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searching for the government. we are live at police headquarters to bring the latest on the investigation . also, we are watching new york city, hundreds of thousands honoring the national starting a big title, we take you like to new york and see the celebration and what comes next. that brings the women to california. a little bit, morning, he's probably in the newsroom. the higher cloud came by, as wind and other low clouds are in place. i know what they mean.
the low clouds are being reported for every reporting station. from santa rosa to san jose and everyone in between. even off to fairfield, that is a pretty good push. 60s to 70s to 80s. inland temps are heading up and moving out slowly. ties, napa, san francisco and palo alto all but pickup today, you can see it is not a huge jump. and this is in town. if you're out towards sanford may be 81 or so. always tend to be warmer there. that is the system preventing us from warming up that much pleasant moves to the pacific northwest, the dewpoint of the amount of moisture and there's really up there says why these lows are in the 60s for many, 60s for some but every reporting station, last my locked, was 60 or higher that
includes 60 to 59. but l's abroad day. el sobrante so, so the unsure breezes and placed at the lows are up, he has become up a couple of different place but am 67 not low to mid 80s inland. 7:02. sal is here you will talk about -- >> the east bay first rumors the slow traffic is. first of all we will start off with what everyone wants to know about, how is the bay bridge doing? i can show you and tell you is a normal-looking commute. unless you're using the carpool lane it'll be a while before you are making your way on. a decent little run the last few days, nothing major, getting out to the spot from the bridge is taking about 30
minutes. 8:80 northbound is beginning to slow down. we had a problem 880 northbound, and almost all of it on the freeway just because it has a ripple effect. 580 still pretty good, a little slowing as you come in towards the grand lake area a little bit as you pass but that's not all. and it is better. as we talked about the south bay commute is beginning to fill in, and a couple of earlier issues. this is downtown san jose, northbound 280 on the right looks great. we have developing news in san francisco. the police searching for criminals driving a car that ran down a man in the parking lot of san francisco's legion of honor. police say the suspects were in the busy parking lot and they were breaking into cars. the victim, and his young son, they were walking across the parking lot toward their car when they saw two men wearing gray hoodies.
he fell to the ground as the car sped away. police say what originally started as a car burglary will probably turn into a case of attempted murder. police are asking anyone who sees that stolen car to call them. >> a silver or gray bmw four- door with tinted windows. is going to have significant damage to the windshield from where the pedestrian struck the windshield. >> that man is in the hospital now. this is in serious condition but he is expected to survive. his son was not hurt, the sun is staying at the hospital with his dad until his mother arrives here in the bay area, we expect that to happen later this morning. investigators are checking video, they are checking photos
from the victim's camera, as well as a surveillance camera from a muni bus that had to be going why by as the bmw had left for the museum. the school district in marin county is now renamed the miller district school county. they voted 3 to 1 after that i did to slavery and the confederacy have also voted to change the name of the dixie alimentary school to lucas valley. the issue has pitted many in the community against each other for years. the changes that to happen before class resumes in august. it seems like one of the special moments in history that is kind of a part of the turning point, hopefully, and moving things forward. >> happening now, just days after the historic victory beating the netherlands the u.s. women's national soccer team is being honored at a parade in new york city celebrating the team's fourth ever title. this is the city's first tickertape parade since the women's team won the first
women's world cup. in their first year to be honored with a parade at the time. >> is a big deal of the kicked off about an half hour ago. you are there along the parade route to new york city. i hear it, and see everything happening, what is going on right now? >> this is actually city hall, this is where the parade is going to in about 10:30. you can tell the people who had the tickets, about 3500 you have seats are getting ready to hear what is going to be an incredible ceremony. mayor mel diblasio will hand over the keys to the city to the u.s. women's team. of course back to world cup champion for time world cup champion, that is a record, of course in terms of any national team in the world winning the cup, and if you can take a look this is one of those situations where you see the livestream, they are coming down what is called the canyon of heroes which starts at battery park at the tip of manhattan and they
go through, the confetti has been falling for 20 minutes. there are american flags being draped over buildings and people are screaming equal pay, equal pay. of course that is an ode to what they screamed to their fight for equal treatment. as everybody always knows the women's team has been fighting to get equal pay to their male counterparts. that has been a part of the theme here. it really seems like this is bigger than soccer and there many different reasons. for what is next for the women? they are coming here to california are they? >> they really are, they are going to go to the sb espyawards in l.a. right after their festivities here in new york, and then they will start a five-game victory tour which is going to start in pasadena at the rose bowl on august 3rd. really an exciting time for people here in the state to see just how a much incredible talent. it wasn't just a win out there in france they dominated out there in france.
the message from this team is that they are here to stay, this is not a fluke they will continue to do this moving forward. >> have you had a chance to talk with anyone in the crowd, was anyone at the parade four years ago and isn't it come back or is this a first for a lot of people? >> reporter: i have seen a couple of people here who were at the first. people who have been inspired. it is not just the fans. this team has been unapologetically themselves. they have been out there with confidence, ey have celebrated, they are unashamed of winning and showing the confidence and it has been an inspiration to women not only in france and in the and villains and the soccer players, but obviously for young women here in the united states. plenty of fans out there, people out here, especially for megan rapinoe who is the team's, tournament mvp. she scored the most goals out there in france. just an incredible moment. it is exciting to be here and i'm glad that it is streaming out for everyone to watch.
>> it looks like the weather held up too. i see, it looks good. brian in new york city. thank you for joining us. there may be a major development today and a controversy over adding a question about citizenship to the u.s. census. what president trump may do as early as today. we will tell you after the break. changes are coming to a neighborhood who won city councilmember said it is plagued with crime. the action city leaders just took trying to help solve the growing homelessness crisis. good morning, would you have slow traffic in oakland if you can avoid by taking a different freeway, this one, 880 northbound pretty slow. will tell you what happened to make it that way. very muggy and humid, a lot of low clouds in place and a little bit of rain up in norton county. crescent city picked up zero point 06 0.06. this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching.
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new this morning a homicide investigation is underway in san francisco. after two people were shot last night in the city's bayview neighborhood. one person has died and another taken to the hospital. elissa harrington and southside place headquarters to bring us the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning it happened on genting street right near a homeless shelter. according to an employee one of the victims were staying at the shelter and was hit by a stray bullet when he went outside to smoke a cigarette. here is some value video from a little bit earlier, when police responded, the man was pronounced dead at the scene. the second victim was not breathing when officers arrived and we are told he does have life-threatening injuries. video shows after police were called to the scene after 11:30 last night. officers responded to shots fired to find two men with gunshot wounds. the scene was triaged and
gathered evidence. >> we had one of our comes i teams go out, very experienced homicide team. they were creating the various rounds. we will do is take all that information, and try to put it into the right sequence for the prosecution of this case. >> someone at work at the homeless shelter said this appeared to be a robbery, police are looking all possibilities what led to the shooting, they have not released the names of the victim. the other victim is being treated at s.f. general hospital. there have been no arrest. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. times 7:13. the warehouse ghost ship trial companies today. derick almena back on the stand to be cross-examined by
prosecutors. now almena blames the city of oakland for causing the fire that killed 36 people in december 2016. and testified that police officers, firefighters, and other city officials made several visits to the warehouse. at one point, and even accused oakland fire officials of line. >> we believe the fed, perjured themselves when they said they never went in. my client has itemized where law enforcement and officials have gone in approximately 30 times. >> amana is expected to testify the rest of this week under cost examination. make sure you stay right here with ktvu for continuing coverage of the goshen warehouse file trial , archive crime reporter henry lee will be in the courtroom today, and you can find his blog online at ktvu.com. president trump may take action today set a citizenship question. that is after a federal judge
reviews to allow the justice department to switch lawyers as they argue their case in a lawsuit over the issue. the president does issue an executive order to get the question on the census it is sure to be challenged by democrats. >> everybody is exacting for expecting an executive order. which, probably all things being equal., with odds and the issue directly from them. >> the house is now threatening to block funding for this. so the appropriations committee could do that, they grant any funding in the 2020 census to go for that, that is what they said they're going to do. >> the timeline for deciding the issue is unclear, the congress department of the commerce department said that the forms are already being printed. >> 7:15 california now the first date to offer health benefits paid for by tax payers provided for by illegal
immigrants. for undocumented immigrants. the governor made health care a priority through his first state budget. >> is robust, comprehensive, very nuanced, culturally competent budget. a bottom on a budget that can make anything californians proud. >> california already covers children regardless of immigration status. times 7:16 bernie sanders is focusing on for cisco's housing crisis and a new presidential campaign on. >> you share a kitchen with 30 other? >> in the ad we see sanders' wife and a multi-occupancy building and sever cisco's
chinatown building. the sender's campaign says this 21st century economic bill of rights that includes guaranteed healthcare, living wages and a right to fair, affordable housing. time is now 7:17. the oakland city council voted to shut down the street in the district that is considered a source of crime. several people that are homeless live on 37th avenue near the home depot, councilman of allgaier's said shutting down that street would force the homeless out of that area and create a safer environment. for store employees and for neighbors. lassen's council meeting went late into the night and into early this morning. business owners had a mixed reaction to this plan >> we definitely support disclosure just for the safety of our associates. we have a lot of associates who work in the back, who work in a lot of activities unloading trucks and we have had significant opportunities with safety and just the morality
associates. >> we believe if there is more vehicle traffic around our business, it would deter crime. but if it is all closed off, it is like a sanctuary for crime. >> that the oakland city council unanimously approved the temporary closure of that street. city law requires people in the neighborhood to be given 24 hours notice before anything happens. the council plans to give them more time. although the details of how much more time we still haven't heard, hasn't been worked out. they are saying they going to get people living in rvs on the street sometime to move their rvs. >> time is 7:18. sal castaneda is monitoring a so-so pattern. >> it is so so we do have some slowing out there. let us go ahead and take a rise through marin county on the richmond bridge. this is 580 westbound coming out toward the toll plaza.
it is slow and they will be slow until about the middle of the span. no major issues along that span. 80 westbound, a 30 minute delay after earlier issues along the stretch between richmond and berkeley oakland. educated bay bridge it is backed up this is probably not the read that everyone is taking the week off. traffic has been slowed things to an earlier problem. southbay commute looks pretty good. a little bit of slowing on 280 but a little bit of to possibly see everyday. the spring stephen was today's weather. >> averages 67. testing today is the day, the service is good temperature has
gone from 65 to 66 to 64, we don't i see that and the onshore wind has picked up there is a lot of low clouds in place. it'll be close, i think there are parts of the city certainly warmer than the official rating, but 58, 5859. it is very consistent. look at alameda, berkeley 62. one observation oakland 62 in the oakland hills also right at 60, if it feels warmer to you it is. tommy jarvis has a very overcast morning and 61 in the speech down. i remember seeing the sun yesterday but say that beach town is stinson beach. maybe a little bit but be honest, there is a big fog bank, not the low cloud deck, every reporting stations is cloudy and made out to fairfield all the way to cordelia fairfield. there are pockets of fog i know in cordelia, so the napa county, around vallejo and i 80 and also the golden gate bridge, keep that in mind.
60's, 70s, 80s morning fog in the mostly so many and warm inland. oakland looks like they will go above the average, one of the few that have been way below but inching closer to get into these average temperatures. tomorrow you will start to see some getting above san francisco. 66, the average is 67. that bigelow is keeping us from warming up that much but the rain in the pacific northwest and the crescent city, crescent city wrote me and said we had 0.06, that is impressive to get that from rain and not drizzle. coveting is clearing out rapidly but the stage is set for a really warm morning. the dew points are up and we are under cloudy skies, we did get much cooling and there is a south wind in the atmosphere. low and mid 60s. onshore breeze and travis was up to 28, that is the indication that it will be slow to warm up inland temperatures are bumping up, the system goes through the pacific northwest.
by the way, for those who have followed the monsoon season. they said it's about kick in. high-pressure building in and that will funnel and some moisture from mexico. if you are a monsoon fan, and i love to see the monsoon, usually it is august but it looks like it is kicking in. 70s and 80s, there inching up. continued into friday, maybe saturday looks a little cooler sunday. 7:22 and it is the end of the road of an iconic car that symbolized semi things over the past 80+ years. he will expand by volkswagen is stopping production of the latest version of the beetle. it is the first united states and only second time this happened, a woman delivered a baby with the help of a donor who is deceased. we will explain with the mother needed to give birth.
7:25. a couple is suing a fertility clinic in los angeles after the mother gave birth to someone else's baby is due to an ivf mix out. according to the lawsuit, they went to a clinic and paid more than $100,000 for ivf services. the parents, both of whom are asian, were told their embryo would yield a little girl. the mother became pregnant with twins later gave birth to two boys who were not of asian descent. when ivf experts say mixups such as these are about as rare
as a plane crash. >> this was an embryo that had to be somewhere located either in an incubator or a frozen, let us say cryogenic and someone extracted the wrong embryo. they would've had to been an error in either the labeling or in the reading of the label. >> dna testing revealed the new york couple is not directly related to the babies and the babies weren't even genetically related to each other. the lawsuit says the plaintiffs had to relinquish custody of the babies to their genetic parents. the cleveland clinic in ohio is the first hospital in north america to deliver a baby from the transplanted uterus of a deceased donor. hospital says the baby girl was born june via c-section to a woman in her 30s and that there were not any serious complications during the pregnancy. the cleveland clinic has performed five uterus transplant so far. three were successful. relatives of the latest american to die while visiting the to the public say they begged her to cancel her trip. 33-year-old alexandra medina went to therefore to cosmetic
surgeries. her mother says that she ignored what were called red flag warning's mother clinic including that she would pay at the time of the surgery. according to her family investigators found out the doctor did not have a license to practice surgery. this is the third cosmetic surgery related death of an american in just the recent weeks. 7:27. we know buying a home in the bay area is difficult for most of us. we will find out which cities at home are considered the very worst for first-time homebuyers. also, following development in a deadly shooting in the east bay. we are live in san pablo to bring you the latest.
7:29. we are going in our musical rolodex. >> the band. >> the band. >> just like that. >> news he knows music and weather. look at this picture, foggy and misty jik. there's all that dust turned into a light mud. i think it's about time for a car wash. >> we can talk more about the picture in just a minute. >> look at that fog. it is wednesday morning, july 10th. let us talk more. it is muggy, i almost said moist. >> that is correct. >> we are going to start in new orleans. >> okay. >> it is pouring. there have been reports of six
inches of rain in the french quarter. >> you are kidding? >> i am not kidding. there it is. not sure if it is confirmed, but twitter is going bonkers. 2.4 inches of rain in 20 minutes. so, that is the tropical disturbance that is in the gulf of mexico that has backtracked from the for the panhandle and looks like it will form a tropical storm and then go in later in the week friday and saturday. somewhere around louisiana or southeast texas. but that, the gulf of mexico, it is bathwater, it is amazingly warm so so the pictures coming in, bourbon street is flooded. that is a retweet but just six inches of rain. that is something we will be talking about here in the tropical disturbance again looks like it will probably develop later in the week. for us, yes it is very muggy out there, quite human. is a lot of moisture in the air and that is leading to some very warm lows temperatures are creeping up each day. we are beginning to get closer
to average. we've been below for a long time because of the system right there. what did bring rain to northern california. for those of you who are the model writers, you know who you are. it actually had some light rain in crescent city. we picked up .06. that is a lot for july 9th. you do not see that all the time. once the system goes through, then the high in the four corners can build on. we had a south wind in the upper atmosphere. also a lot of atmosphere which the lows are in the 60s for many. and why it feels so muggy. water temperature dropping a little bit of the entre breezes in place so i think that will be a push for the coast. inland temperatures should creep up a couple of degrees. 60s, 70s, low to mid 80s. 7:32, something new or the usual? >> usual, we have slowing everywhere. this is the commute, 7:30. traffic will be busy trying to get out to the macarthur maze.
it has taken 28 minutes, not as busy as it would be in, let us say, february. still busy and when you get to the bay area bridge still crowded. no problems on interstate 80, recovering after earlier problems downtown. san mateo bridge commutes are okay. you can see traffic in the east bay traffic is normal. 101 getting slow into mountain view, 85 and to 80 all very slow still. 7:33 let us go back to the desk. hundreds and thousands of fans are celebrity the world champion women's soccer team on the streets of lower manhattan. a live look here at the parade. it has made its way to what is called the canyon of heroes. that is right in front of city hall. elsewhere the parade started at battery park and made its way to city hall. this of the historic win. two other national team.
you likely have the crowd chanting equal pay right after the victory, there is still an issue. or than two dozen women soccer players have filed a generous commission lawsuit against u.s. soccer. that the world cup is over there going to mediation. >> seems like were the special moments in history that is a part of the turning point, hopefully, in moving things forward. world cup champions avenged the parade in york city hall as the mayor, bill de blasio, will present the team with a key to the city. it will then head to the airport to fly to california and be in los angeles for tonight's espy awards. new this morning the british ambassador to united states has resigned. the couple to partner of kim darroch comes just days after diplomatic tables were late showing him criticizing president trump. the views of the trip ministration were published in britain's sunday newspaper. they said the current controversy and the circumstances appointing a new
ambassador to united states. now to developing news police and san pablo are searching for a person responsible for shooting and killing a man overnight. it happened right at the san pablo richmond boundary. cristina rendon live at the san pablo police department to bring us this morning's developments. >> good morning. i just checked in with san pablo place. still no details being released at this hour but we do know investigators believe this was a targeted shooting that left a 22-year-old man dead san pablo police were initially called out just around 9:30 last night to the area of stanton avenue near giant road. officers there found a 22-year- old man on the street who had been shot at least once. they say those officers tried to perform life-saving measures on the man until paramedics arrived. the victim died before they could taken to a hospital. no other victims were found in that area, the crime scene tape is stretched for about a block. they had several shell casings on the ground from what we understand but at this point no arrests have been made and the
scene has now been cleared. at this point we are starting to figure out if any suspects are being looked at police. they have not released a description to us all we know is that the 22-year-old victim died in the street. we do not have his identity as of this morning. we're hoping to learn more details from police later on today. but, they are asking anyone with information to give us or give them a call. any information they can provide about this homicide. we are live and san pablo. cristina rendon. ktvu fox 2 news. times 7:36 a livermore community mourning the death of a promising high school player while the police are searching for a young man suspected of shooting and killing him. now there is a memorial for 16- year-old emanuel mosby at a taco bell restaurant on the east dailey boulevard where he was shot and then killed on monday night. classmates and friends say that he was a kind and decent young man >> that could've been me, you know. kind of sad to hear.
and devastating to the town, to be honest. he was just such a great person. >> police say the shooting happened after an argument and identify the suspect is 21-year- old jorge tellez, they say he is armed and dangerous. a police a person is a police officer is recovering this morning after being crashed into. at 8:00 last night, a car less control. lost control. three people were hurt in the crash, they are expected to be okay, then a short time later the driver of another car hit a police officer inside a patrol car who was doing traffic control at the scene. time is 7:37 a new affordable housing project whatever cisco is aimed at helping families, senior citizens, and former senior citizens who were homeless. mayor london breed and other city leaders took part in a joint groundbreaking of 88 broadway and 735 davis. now, together those buildings will provide 178 new units of
rent which will start at about $750 a month. >> when they move into those units, when they are looking out their window, when they are cooking dinner on their new stove, can you think about how it might feel, especially if you do not even have housing in the first place? >> this is the seventh major affordable housing project being built since last july in san francisco. combined, they will provide more than 900 units. a new survey on housing indicates that several bay area cities are among the worst in the nation for people trying to buy a home, specifically first- time homebuyers. the personal-finance website whilehub put berkeley at the top of his list of three american cities as the risk for homeowners. oakland, san francisco, san jose, antioch and santa rosa are also on the worst list. in a separate part of the study, they also found that san
francisco, santa clara, and sunnyvale had the distinction of having the highest cost of living in the country. our time is a 7:38, a billionaire rap mogul is working with a company in san jose, we will tell you what jay- z is bringing to the cannabis business and how he hopes to use what he is doing with the company. also a close showdown at the 2019 mlb all-star game, as the american league beat the national league. we are live to bring you the cleveland highlights. to check in with mike muzak with morning sun two. coming up in the next hour, disney's "the lion king" taking over with the world premiere, find out how the stars of the film are react as the movie hits theaters this coming weekend. coming up on the 9 is the last place you would expect to find an alligator. chicago park has decided to call home and what the police are doing to try to capture the reptile. back after the break.
welcome back to mornings on 2 our time is 7:42. another major league baseball all-star game has come and gone and for the seventh straight year the american league one. they beat the national league. >>, we have some live in cleveland to have us give us a look at this year's summer classic. >> reporter: good morning, you are right it was another win for the american league. but, also last night was a chance for some of baseball's youngest talent to show off what they have got. a close finish to a neck and neck game. the american league winning at the 90th mlb all-star game 4-3. the american league getting off to an early lead in the bottom
of the second to to a double from the astros' michael brantley. >> but a homer by julie gallo of the rangers helped put the game out of reach for the national league. >> reporter: 24-year-old shane bieber of the indians, a first- time all-star, struck out all three batters when he took the mound. earning him this year's mvp award. >> it is an incredible feeling. >> reporter: the mlb organization rolling out a new viewing feature during the game. life conversations between players on the field and announcers in the booth. the braves' freddie freeman testing it out. >> and i were there going to throw me, i do not think they understood. >> reporter: the most proportional part emotionalof the night, when players and fans honored the former los angeles pictures tyler skaggs. the 27-year-old dying unexpectedly last monday. >> please join us in a moment of silence. >> reporter: with this mlb
chapter, this all-star chapter, closed in cleveland. mlb officials already looking forward to next year's game. that is when the best and most well known and most popular in baseball will be heading to california over to los angeles. >> lauren blanchard in cleveland, have fun. thank you. time is now 7:44. billionaire hip-hop mogul jay-z is teaming up with a cannabis company based in san jose. the company is caliva. they say jay-z will be the company's chief brand strategist. caliva produces cannabis at an indoor farm and has 600 employees. jay-z has been outspoken about legalizing marijuana. he wants to be an advocate for those who been jailed for nonviolent cannabis crimes. >> it is important to jay-z and caliva in this partnership is that we take an active advocacy role in times of
industries of those who have been left behind around this cannabis movement. >> in a statement jay-z said the potential in the cannabis industry, caliva's expertise made them the best partner for the endeavor. we want to create something amazing, have fun in the process, do good, and bring people along the way. 7:45 let us help you get to where you need to go, probably not school in the middle of summer but there is still work, doctors appointment, camp, that sort of thing. >> summer camp for summer school for some. people are going places, that is for sure. northbound 101, we are starting in san jose in the silicon valley commute. check it out for you. some slowing here past mckee road. it will be slow on parts of the 101 an 280. downtown san jose looks good but if you get further west into the valley, like up to cupertino you will see slowing. not a particularly remarkable day, there is no traffic
rewrite expected on the peninsula. just a little bit better than normal through redwood city and palo alto. driving out to the east bay, if you are 680 looks good from walnut creek to dublin and we do have some traffic on 180 n. getting into oakland and at the bay bridge is still pretty thick getting across into san francisco. 7:46. almost 7:46 we missed it. >> we will get next time. i have to start in new orleans because this is getting to be a bad situation, getting worse here, they are getting torrential rain. there have been reports of 6+ inches of rain overnight, one report of almost 2.5 reaches inches of rain in 20 minutes, so, whether tap is a very good source if you want to follow on twitter. national hurricane center will initiate advisories on potential tropical cyclone two at 10 a.m. at daylight central time, this would be expected to be a category one hurricane out in the gulf of mexico by friday maybe into saturday.
it will come in and looks around southeast texas or louisiana but this is very rare. the national weather service has issued a flash flood emergency for new orleans. the emergencies are issued for exceedingly rare situations. okay, when a severe threat to human life and catastrophic damage from flash flooding is happening or will happen soon. the mississippi river, at new orleans is expected to crest at 19 feet, the levees are built to about 20. this will be one of the highest, if not the highest since 1950s or something to watch. back home a huge fog bank is in place. temperatures continue to try to warm up a little bit here. again the city, the average high is 67, they are getting closer to have a bit over 67 this month. that low, very strong low has kept us from warming up that much. but northern california, yes we had a little bit of crescent city. so, that deserves a mention
there. you could see it coming out of the upper atmosphere. the dew points are way up, that is amount of moisture in the air with the low clouds that is why we have 7060s and the humidity is very high. for mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, this fog bank will be tough to budget. and the temperatures continue to creep up a little bit but not really too much with coast and bay. it is a little bit of warming but that is a fog bank that will play into our temperatures. 60s, 70s, 80s. once the logos to the north and will start a bigger warm-up, not crazy but warmed up friday and saturday. our time is 7:48. still ahead, is barbecuing into space? the next hour, mattel's newest doll and who is reportedly looks like. but first, why the hit series 'friends" will no longer be seen on netflix.
welcome back to mornings on 2. time is 7:51. a one-day strike is happening as we speak by mental health therapists at kaiser. there on picket lines and protesting what they say are long wait times for patients. it is the second time since december. therapists have staged a protest. they are highlighting what they call severe understaffing at kaiser's mental health clinics. this one-day strike will continue until 3:30 this
afternoon. outside the kaiser medical offices on geary boulevard. kaiser just sent us a response to this one-day strike. they say they are committed to working with the therapists who address an increase in demand for metal mental health services. it is 7:52. marriott international is being ordered to pay a $124 million fine for consumer data breach at 54 starwood hotel locations all over the world. marriott bought the starwood chain in 2016. but in 2014 when it was a separate company, hackers harvested passport information and payment card numbers from 339 million guest records. the information was gathered during an eight month period. european regulators are demanding the marriott pay that fine because i did not take action to make sure the starwood system was secured when it became a part of marriott. marriott says it will appeal
that fine. were that interest rates are heading lower, that is fueling rally on wall street and a new record. pam cook is back in our studio with the dollars and cents. >> reporter: a brand-new record the s&p cross the 3000 level for the first time. it is hovering right below that level right now. that is where many retirement accounts are invested in the s&p 500. part of the reason is because spreadsheets may be an interest rate cut at the fed meeting later this month. now on that news, stocks headed higher with the opening bell rang this morning, ringing the bell by the way is charity waters celebrating a milestone of providing clean, safe drinking water to 10 million people around the world. taking you left the big word in your stock exchange, there is the dow jones up 100 .26 thousand 888. about a third of the percent. s&p of almost a half of a percent to 29, 94. it did cross the 3000 level so
we will see if it can close there. the nasdaq at 8193. up more than a half of a percent. the fed she made the comment about interest rates this morning. still testify before congress detailing his assessment of the economy., he's delivering the fed's semiannual monetary report to congress and says a weakening global economy and unresolved trade issue, unresolved trade issues, have bolstered the case for a looser interest-rate policy. the fed benchmark rate currently stands in a range of 2 1/4% to 2 1/2% that is up to the central bank which boosted rates four times last year. today will mark the end of an icon, the last of volkswagen beetle is rolling off the assembly line. after more than 70 years the german automaker is stopping production of the beetle at its plant in pueblo, mexico. it helped germany's economy recover after world war ii and became a symbol of the flower
power movement here in california. but the latest version has not been selling as well as expected. the last beetle rolled off the assembly line today and will be displayed at a volkswagen museum in mexico. the hit series "friends" will no longer be there for you on netflix. the sitcom is leaving for warnermedia's new streaming service hbo max. which is expected to launch next year. this will be the new home for the content from the cw, "the fresh prince of bel-air", pretty little liars, and new original programming. talking about amazon this morning as well. and a lawsuit, that will be in our next hour. time is now 7:55. famed civil rights activist and legendary olympic star tommy smith still giving back to his community tommy smith won the olympic gold medal in the 200 meter sprint at the 1968 olympics. tommy smith and his teammate john carlos raised their fists
at the podium at the medal ceremony, a salute supporting human and civil rights tommy smith now hosts, among many other things, an annual track meet at uc berkeley for kids between the ages of 4-18. recently he sat down with paul chambers. it is in a new episode of our bay area people podcast. tommy talked about various issues from that silent protest at the olympic games in 1968. two when he was a child picking cotton. and the chance that brought him to the bay area to go to san jose state. you can find the interview with paul chambers by searching bay area people in podcasts. time now 7:56. the dixie school district in marin county did it, the officially changed its name. with the school district is now called and what was the reason for the controversy in the first place. plus, a father is in the hospital this morning.
one person killed, another injured in an overnight shooting in the city of san francisco. we are live the police headquarters with the search for the gunmen. thieves attacked a father after confronting him for after their breaking into cars. hundreds of thousands of fans are honoring the u.s. women's national soccer team with the huge parade. will take you live to new york city for the world cup celebration. from ktvu fox 2 news this
is mornings on 2. good morning everyone welcome back to mornings on 2 it is wednesday, july 10th. kind of gray and cool. >> no missed on the way in. it is very cool and gray. lots of gray, everywhere, not just here but yes we are used to it over the oakland alameda estuary. but for everybody, just about everybody, all the reporting stations have fog or gray. never valid, many reports for not favela napa valley. also in the parts of solano county. it looks like it could be one of those rare days where the inland east bay, high temperatures are about the same. it will be very close the forecast high is 83 in livermore. that 83 is still six below average, oakland 74 would be two above. the city inching closer but still cannot get over 67. san jose and santa rosa are close but still slightly below.
we have to wait for the system to go through to the north and i will show you that in a second. 50s around lake tahoe, pretty mild. either 1 or 2. ignore what source you look at the much lower than what they've had in past summers. but it looks like those highs we warming up with a huge fog bank. the system has helped us from warming up that much it is moving inland and as it as it is driving across high clouds and also get a lot of low clouds in place. 60s for many even on the lows. there is an onshore breeze. we will see if it holds bullet for inland temperatures to bump up. coast and bay just a slow process. 67, low to mid 80s. good morning to you. right now traffic is okay in some areas a little slower than we would like to see it. first of all let us to the richmond bridge where things are improving a little bit on the approach to marin county to san rafael from richmond. slow traffic in miranda, ever so slightly on southbound 101.
this is a look at 80 westbound. 30 minutes holding. that time is been there for the last hour or so on the bridge to the macarthur maze. another 20 year at the bay bridge toll plaza. things are beginning to even out. 580 has become the slow after highway 13. 8: 02. this morning a homicide investigation is in san francisco after two people were shot in the city's hunters point bay view district. one person died and another was taken to the hospital. elissa harrington live outside the please hair headquarters. we just spoke on the phone with the witness, what did that person say? >> reporter: good morning i spoke with an employee at a homeless shelter on the street where the shooting happened. he told me that one of the victims ran into the shelter to get help after he was shot. it happened last night at around 11:30. that man, described to be in his 40s collapsed inside of the building and done with in just
minutes. the employee at united council of human services will be the people there did try to help him at least one employee thought he was staying at the shelter and went outside to smoke a cigarette when he was hit. the other victim did survive, and was taken to the general hospital in critical condition. homicide investigators triage the scene and interviewed witnesses. police have not released emotive. >> there are varying hypotheses as to what is going on. we are looking at every avenue of what is actually occurred. >> reporter: police spent hours collecting evidence and have not made any arrests in connection to the shooting and have not released the names of the victim. this shooting follows one that happened just on monday in the city's mission district. at this point we do not know if this is connected. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. and for developing news and san francisco as police search
for the person who ran that a man in the parking lot of san francisco's legion of honor. please say a group of people were in the museum parking lot breaking into cars. the victim, and his young son were walking across the parking lot right toward their car when they saw two men in gray hoodies raking into their vehicle. police said the victims were taking photos of them as they moved onto another car. that is when they spotted him. jumped into a bmw and rammed right into him. the impact sent him up onto the hood and into the windshield of the bmw before he fell to the pavement below as the vehicle sped off. please say what originally started as an auto burglary will likely turn into an attempted murder case and they are asking anyone who sees the vehicle to call them. >> a silver or gray bmw four- door with tinted windows. it is going to have significant damage to the windshield from where the pedestrian struck the windshield. >> that man is in the hospital
in serious condition and is expected to survive. his son was not hurt but is staying with his father at the hospital and the boy's mother arrives in the bay area which is expected to take place later this morning. investigators are looking at video and photos from the victims camera as well as a surveillance camera from a muni bus that happened to be passing by as the bmw left the museum. an oakland police officer is recovering after a driver crashed into his patrol car while on the scene of an earlier crash. just press it:00 last night a car lost control and hit the grace baptist church and 98th avenue and walter. three people were hurt in the crash, they are expected to be okay. a short time later, the driver of another car hit a police officer inside a patrol car. that officer was directing traffic after the crash scene. police in east we are looking for the personal will responsible for a deadly shooting in san pablo a 22-year- old man was shot and killed shortly before 9:30 last night near stanton avenue and giant road. investigators say the victim was inside a car and that there are no other victims. the roads were closed for several hours as officers collected evidence. as of right now please do not have any suspects in custody if you saw anything or know
anything about this particular case you are encouraged to call san pablo police. oakland scotia warehouse fire trial continues today with defendant derick almena set to go back to the witness stand to be cross-examined by prosecutors. just yesterday he testified that officers, firefighters, and other city leaders made several visits to the warehouse and effectively signed off on the safety of the building. at one point almena even accused oakland fire officials of lying. >> make no bones about it. we believe that the fire department perjure themselves when they said they never went in. my client has itemized where law enforcement and officials have gone in, approximately 30 times. >> almena is expected to be on the witness stand the rest of this week under cross examination. we hope you stay with ktvu as we bring you continuous coverage of the ghost ship warehouse trial fire trap.
henry lee will be in the courtroom again today, you can find his blog online at ktvu.com. the dixie school district in san raphael is now the miller creek school district. they voted 3 to 1 after critics linked it to slavery and confederacy. they also were to change the name of the dixie elementary school to lucas valley elementary. the changes set to take place before classes resume in august. happening now hundreds of thousands of fans are celebrating the world champion women's u.s. soccer team on the streets of lower manhattan. the team just received the key to the city from mayor bill de blasio. a live look at the parade that started at battery park, went to broadway and is wrapping up at city hall. women are being celebrated and championed. not just here in new york but around the country. it is certainly a victory lap that comes days of the team's historic win in everyone's to take home the title, two more than any other national team. you heard the crowd chanting
equal pay after the victory. that is still an issue is more than two dozen women soccer players have filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against u.s. soccer. the two sides agreed to pursue mediation in the coming weeks now that the world cup is over. >> it seems like 20 special moments in history that is kind of like a part of the turning point, hopefully, and moving things forward. next up for the world cup champions? the team heads to the airport to fly to los angeles. i'll be in california tonight for the espy awards. changes come to the neighborhood that one oakland city councilmember is says it is played with crime. the actions they are doing to help solve the growing homeless problem. there may be a major development today in the controversy over adding a question about citizenship to the u.s. census. what president trump made you as early as today, after the break. morning with traffic improving as the warning commute wears on. it looks pretty good on 680 heading into fremont. the reporting station in the clocks is cloudy and that is a low cloud deck so it will be tough to budge eventually it will. and let him just trying to warm up, take a look at those, coming up.
there are reports that president trump may take executive action today to anything to question on next year's census. >> this could trigger new legal battles between the president and democrats. >> >> reporter: the president is bound and determined to make this happen and we could see some action as early as today.
this may be a stop the presses moment with census forms already being printed according to the commerce department, the president may simply order them to any question on citizenship there were some indications late yesterday that today may be the day. >> i just got off the phone with the senior ministration official. it is likely to happen tomorrow. that's something of executive action, i cannot confirm it is definitely happening tomorrow but likely something some executive action, the dust >> kind of goes around. >> reporter: would add a completely new wrinkle as demonstration suffers or legal setbacks in order to add the asked the question. refusing to allow the justice department to switch lawyers as they argued the case in a lawsuit over the issue. the white house says this is vital information. many democrats say it would depress the census count for illegal immigrants. >> everyone is expecting an executive order. moran memorandum which all things being equal, from kind
of odds here, would survive the scrutiny from the court if the president issued it directly from him. >> reporter: nothing is certain after the white house suffered a setback. democrats in congress may have an option of their own. >> checkmate, the house is now threatening to block funding for this to the appropriations committee can do that. they can prevent any funding in the 2020 census to go for that particular question. that is what they said they are going to do. >> reporter: that is in addition to the additional printing costs if the question is added. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. trip to california is on the first date to offer health benefits paid for by taxpayers to some undocumented immigrants. governor newsom sign the log yesterday making low income adults under the age of 25 eligible for the state's medicaid program regardless of their immigration status. the governor made health care a priority through his first date budget. >> it is robust, it is
comprehensive. i think it was very nuanced. it is a it is a culturally competent budget. bottom-up, not top-down. and, a budget that can make, i think, californians proud. >> california already covers children regardless of immigration status. senator bernie sanders is focusing on san francisco's housing crisis in a new ad for his presidential campaign. >> and you share a kitchen with 30 other sros? >> this ad shows his wife touring a cramped single will room occupancy building in the chinatown neighborhood, he also visits an affordable housing division. the sanders campaigns is the 21st-century economic bill of rights includes guaranteed healthcare, living wages, and the right to fair, affordable housing. oakland city council has decided to shut down a street
that is considered a source of crime. there are several homeless people living on 37th avenue near the home depot. the councilman said shutting down the street would force them out of the area and create a safer environment for workers and neighbors. last night's meeting went late to the evening and early morning hours. business operators expressed mixed reaction to this plan. >> we deftly support the closure for the safety of our associates, we've a lot of associates in the back that work and a lot of activities unloading trucks and we have had significant opportunities with safety and just the reality of associates. >> once this, we have no access. we believe if there is more vehicle traffic around our business, it would deter crime. but if it is all closed off, it is like a sanctuary. >> the council unanimously agreed that henry closures, city law requires that people be given 24 hours notice before
anything is done but the council plans to give more time, the details of how much more time really are not being worked or have not worked out as of yet. they say that will give you forgive people living in rvs on the street to move the vehicle. people outrage over pg&e's request for a retake. members of the public had a chance to sound off on the topic yesterday. pg&e wants to increase customer rate to raise $2 million over three years for wildfire safety. this rate hike without about $10.50 a month to the current pg&e bill starting next year. is in the average to just over $170 and then adding another $20 more per month by the end of three years. >> this demonstrates the audacity of this corporation that puts process profits over people, to come and ask for increases. >> there are seven more public meeting scheduled it wide and he three of them are here in the bay area. let us check in with steve and satellite and start with sal castaneda at the morning commute. we do have traffic that is
kind of in the middle of its busiest time. it is moving along slowly on some of these commute i am surprised it has remained a 30 minutes for this bridge. we just don't have the same volume that we would on a week in winter. but some people are not going. you have some slow traffic out here and it does look like someone is being pulled over. sometimes i see this. this person probably trying to pull over that person, we will see. that is a safety officer, not a person. north towne 880 as you drive past the oakland coliseum, slow traffic as you drive up to the downtown area. you want to avoid it, 580 is a little better, not much. at this point i would not switch. if you are driving in the south bay on the silicon valley freeways are slow. i misspoke of course chp officer is a person. you know that.? yes i do. >> sometimes i talk to them, i will stop and say, i always talk to them.
>> i said hi to them, they look at me like what are you doing here? we have to get down to new orleans where it has been raining, raining, raining. reports of 6+ inches of rain this morning. heavy duty rain and the system, which is a trouble system now will be forming into a tropical storm. it should be in the next two couple of days. are you going to move? i think you will move? maybe you will move, hold on a minute. there we go. the water temperature in the gulf is 86 degrees off of alabama. 86 degrees. that is a tub of bath water. that system will become a tropical storm barry and it looks like it will range or reach a category one by about friday. it'll be about 75 miles per hour. should go around the texas louisiana border late friday saturday but it is producing
copious amounts of rain. a lot of low clouds in place for us, temperatures continue to try to creep up. we bottomed out a monday and every day bumping up a little bit was still below average for just about everybody. that system turning up in the pacific northwest is honing things in check. they did produce some rains even into northern california. crescent city at 0.06. you see that's going along the oregon and california border. these temperatures are being really, really mild anywhere from four to eight or nine degrees that we were 24 hours ago. still an onshore breeze. not as strong was still on shore. low clouds slow to burn off. once the system goes through today or tomorrow than the high in the desert southwest told them. they are getting there slowly but still running little bit below average but it does look like by tomorrow they will jump into the upper 80s. on the weekend, not much change, but then 80s and low 90s. quick reminder to download our ktvu weather app if you
have not done it for your smart phone and tablet you can find interactive radar, the early forecasts. also an easy feature to upload your weather photos. it is free to download from the apple and google play store. it is the end of the road for an iconic car that has symbolized semi things for 70 decades. we will explain why volkswagen is stopping production for the latest version of the beetle. heartbreak for a couple in los angeles. the couple gives birth to someone else's babies because of the fertility clinic mixup. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
a couple is suing a fertility clinic in los angeles after mother gave birth to someone else's babies because of an ivf mixup. according to the near couples lawsuit they went to a fertility clinic last year and paid more than $100,000 for ivf services. the parents, who are both asian, told her embryo would yield a little girl. the mother became pregnant with twins and later gave birth to two boys who were not of asian descent. when ivy expert experts say mixup such as these are about as rare as a plane crash. >> this was an embryo that had to be somewhere located either in an incubator or a frozen, let us say crier tank and someone extracted the wrong embryo. they would've had to been an error in either the labeling or in the reading of the label. >> dna testing revealed the new york couple is not genetically related to the babies. and that the babies weren't even genetically related to
each other. the lawsuit says the plaintiffs had to really good custody of the babies to the genetic parents. the cleveland clinic in ohio is the first hospital in north america to deliver a baby from the transplanted uterus of a deceased donor. the hospital says the baby girl was born in june via a c- section to a woman in her 30s and that there were no serious complications during the pregnancy. the cleveland clinic has performed three successful uterine transports. relatives of the latest american to die while visiting the american dominican republic say they begged her to cancel trip. alexandra jermaine medina. alexandra medina ignored red flag warning's including paying at the time of surgery. according to her family, investigators found the doctor did not have a license to practice surgery. this is the third cosmetic surgery related death of an
american in recent weeks. a funeral service is taking place this morning in michigan for legendary auto executive lee iacocca. he died last week at the age of 94. in recent years he was battling parkinson's disease but the cause of death has not been determined. he was best known for the development of the ford mustang and pinto in the 1960s and later for revising chrysler as the ceo during the 1980s. the tubbs fire devastated the north a and 2017 san francisco firefighters were among the hundreds of crews on the frontline fighting back in that fire. after the flames faded 149 of the san francisco firefighters submitted blood in urine samples to be analyzed, looking to see if any toxic chemicals had pulled up in their system. now, the pony merry prelimnary results of this test are back, as we told you first yesterday on the nine, we broke the news that test showed the firefighters had elevated levels of mercury, as well as a toxic chemical commonly found in fire retardant. the san francisco firefighters are working closely with researchers. >> the amount of toxic exposures that they are getting with minimal equivalent is
extremely serious. >> the fire chief is calling on equipment manufacturers to look for ways to reduce firefighter exposure to toxic and carcinogenic chemicals and fire retardant and other safety be gear. a bay area cannabis company is teaming up with a billionaire rap mobile. find what jay-z is bringing to the business and how he hopes to use the platform. >> we continue to follow developments in a deadly shooting in the east bay, we are live and san pablo to bring you the latest. ski san jose, silicon valley commute, improving now as you drive north towards mountain view. just a really big fog bank over almost everybody this morning. still there for many. if you get the sun you are lucky, not many do. we will see what is in store for the temperatures. show me the crown.
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>> it was a big blink. >> you know what? a lot of fog, that is a good point. some areas got the fog this morning and it was really stockton for many. i think that plays into our weather the next couple of days. inland, this is the biggest push we will see on the low cloud deck. temperatures continue to try to bump up. 66 san francisco, 67. oakland downtown 74. one of the few that is above everyone else which continues to be below evening. they are slowly warming up but i will tell you it is that low to the north and is really holding things back a little bit. just a big fog bank. water temperatures around 51-55 degrees and that low is sending in a lot of high clouds. that and the low clouds kept our local is really up there today. northern california there was something crescent city. 60s on the temperatures for many, really mild. running anywhere from three to four, at one time 10 degrees warmer than 20 hours ago.
there is an onshore breeze. nothing offshore, it is onshore. once the load to the north and scoots through the next 24 hours than the southwest will build in for warmer temperatures. 60s, 70s low to mid 80s. we do have traffic at the bay bridge that is still busy. we will see if it will improve because sometimes on summer days it improves in the 9:00 hour. not there yet maybe it'll improve in the next half hour but still rather crowded getting onto the bridge before you make it over to san francisco. also this morning's commute will be so slow on 880 as you drive past the coliseum. although it is improving you can see the slowdowns have lessened quite a bit 580 slow from 18 over to lake shore. as we look at the south bay, all the freeways slow getting onto the valley and a couple of issues in redwood city. southbound is a little bit better heading down. 8:31 let us go back to the desk. let us take you back to new
york city for hundreds of thousands of fans are celebrating the u.s. women's soccer team on the streets of lower manhattan. we can see some members of the team are speaking now as the parade has just round up and now they are the meeting fans in city hall. they just got the key to the city by the way. by mayor bill de blasio. the victory lap comes days after the team's historic win of the netherlands to take him the fourth title, two more than any other national team. we heard the crowd chanting equal pay after the victory and that is still an issue. more than two dozen women soccer players filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against u.s. soccer. two sides agreed to pursue mediation in the coming weeks that of the world cup is over. festivities for the world cup chance and that's the whole and then the team get on an airplane as they had to southern california. the woman will be in los angeles for the sb awards. the british ambassador to the united states has resigned. the departure of kim darroch comes days after diplomatic
cables were leaked showing his criticism of president trump. his use of the trump administration were published in britain's mail on sunday newspaper. the current circumstances require the appointment of a new ambassador to the united states. >> now to developing news, please and san pablo are searching for the person responsible for a shooting and killing overnight. it happened in the san pablo richmond boundary. cristina rendon line at the san pablo police department to bring us what you have learned. >> reporter: good morning to you. we are telling you that we are still waiting for word about any latest developments on this investigation but overnight they released a few details to us saying there investigators believe this was a targeted shooting that left a 22-year- old man dead. please officers initially responded just around 9:30 last night to the area where a giant road and stanton avenue intersect. officers arrived they found a 22-year-old man on the street. he said he had been shot at
least once. we understand that officers there tried to perform life- saving measures before paramedics arrived, but the victim and the dying before they could get him to a hospital. at this point, the crime scene has already wrapped up, investigators have left the area but they have not made any arrests. they do not find any other victims and again, no suspect description from a we are being told by police. at this point there asked anyone with information to come forward but we want to repeat, we do believe this is a targeted attack and not necessarily a risk present to the public in the area this morning. as soon as we find more details we will let you know, for now we are live in san pablo. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. 8:34, new safety upgrades have been made at the smart train station were two people died last month in separate instances. with the tracks cross, the fences are known as z gates because they force people to walk in a zigzag pattern before they could cross. the gates will be installed at the fourth quarter because it
would interfere with the actual crossing arm. similar gates will be in all the other stations before the end of the year. the new affordable housing project its emphasis goes aimed at helping families and formally homeless homeless seniors. there was the groundbreaking of 88 broadway and 735 davis near the embarcadero. the buildings will provide 178 new units with rents starting at about $750 a month. >> when they move into those units, when they are looking out their windows, when they are cooking dinner on their new stove, can you think about how it might feel, especially if you didn't even have housing in the first place? >> this is the seventh major affordable housing project in conjunction since last july combined it will provide more than 900 units. 8:35 a new survey about housing indicates several big bay area cities are among the worst in the nation when it comes to buying a home, especially for first-time
homebuyers. the personal-finance website, wallethub, puts berkeley at the top of the list of the 300 american cities as the worst for homeowners. oakland, tampa cisco, san jose, antioch and santa rosa are also on the list. wallethub also found san francisco, santa clara, and sunnydale had the latest cost of living in the country. trips to the berkeley city council is debating a new climate change topic. kate harrison wants berkeley to ban natural gas and new homes. if approved the plan would expand to all the buildings over time. they say that burning natural gas creates a greenhouse gases but also affects the indoor environment and can affect children with asthma. she wants to lay the groundwork now for a law that would require 40% of new construction across the state to not include natural gas. we are just getting ahead of the curve to ensure the new building will allow for 100 years, will already meet that standard.
>> the council could vote as early as tuesday and if it passes berkeley would be the first city in the country to impose a ban on natural gas. alameda county holding a seminar on how to limit the potential damage from future earthquakes. much of the damage from recent earthquakes in california and across the world resulted from electrical and plumbing systems. safety experts say the property damage can slow down evacuations, delay rescues, and can lead to fires. it is an all day training session that starts at 9:00 this morning at the county office of emergency services in dublin. across the bay the menlo park district is mistreating its earthly fairness. when the fire is the only fire station in northern california connected to the stake state's shakealert system. menlo fire one of the top search and rescue forces. today starts at 1:00 it is at the fire station on oakwood avenue in downtown menlo park. a san jose cannabis, is attracting a big star, rap mogul jay-z. caliva has
announced that jay-z will be the chief strategist. it has 600 employees. jay-z has been outspoken about legalizing marijuana and wants to be an advocate for those who have been jailed for nonviolent cannabis crimes. it is important to jay-z and caliva in this partnership is that we take an active advocacy role and types of industries of those will been left behind around this cannabis movement. >> in a statement jay-z said with all the potential in the cannabis industry. caliva's expertise makes them the best partners for this endeavor. we want to create something amazing, have fun in the process, do good, and bring people along the way. rule 8:38, coming up the reason why they hope the people responsible for this mess get some help. a showdown at the 2019 major league baseball all-star game as the american league beat the national league.
we are live a progressive field in cleveland with your highlights. ghts. still looking at the east bay were things are beginning to wind down a little bit. westbound 24 still slow. just a lot of low clouds in place, those were very low to mild, but the fog is also playing into our forecast will see what is in store for the temperatures.
another all-star game is in the books. liam hendrix gave up a home run in suitable smith of the giants but for the 70 or in a row the american league beat the national league. we have someone live a progressive field in cleveland to get a look at this year' is midsummer classic. morning lauren. >> reporter: good morning. you are right, the american league came away with the win. it was a close game up and ultimately they were deemed the champions. yet another year. seven in a row. last night wasn't just about that, it was also about showcasing baseball's youngest talent. a close finish to a neck and neck game. the american league winning the 90th mlb all-star game 4-3. the american league getting off to an early league and lead in the bottom of the second thing
stick to a double from the astros michael brantley. but a homer by joey gallo of the rangers helped put the game out of reach for the national league. 24-year-old shane bieber of the indians, a first-time all-star struck out all three batters when he took the mound. earning him this year's mvp award. it is an incredible feeling. >> reporter: the mlb organization rolling out a new viewing feature, live conversations between players on the field and announcers in the booth. the braves freddie friedman trying it out. >> i know they're going to throw me. >> i don't think he understood it. >> reporter: the most emotional part of the night coming when players and fans honored from a los angeles angels pitcher tyler skaggs. the 27-year-old dying unexpectedly last monday. >> please join us in a moment of silence. >> reporter: with this all-star chapter now closed here in
cleveland, mlb officials already looking ahead to next year's big event were the best in baseball will be heading to california. down there at dodger stadium in los angeles. now is a push for the postseason for the trade deadline. we talk about madison bumgarner and whether or not they will deal them, what do you think? >> it would be sad to see him go but almost everyone thinks he will be gone for prospect. we will see. i don't know what the answer is. i'm glad another general manager of the giants at this point. would not want to make that decision. even to talk about the peninsula. traffic will be busy. if you are driving on the peninsula now, san mateo heading out toward the berlin area. the slowest traffic is between san mateo and belmont and redwood city. in both directions really. talk about northbound 280. this commute looks okay, there have been no major problems here driving through. we can see the trains have been okay this morning. well at least caltrain has.
there have been other serious delays because of a locomotive problem. bay bridge toll plaza still crowded. 8:44 that to bring steve and with today's local weather. just a lot of fog, and a lot of low clouds, some of it right down on the deck. the high is building and slowly which is compressing some of the fog but temperatures continue to struggle to warm up after the coolest today. are running below average except for oakland which is slightly above. we are getting closer but there is just a big fog bank out there and even at 8:00, every reporting station from santa rosa to concord to the west isn't cloudy. that is just a lot to deal with. napa, san francisco, palo alto. up a little bit here. a couple of degrees, one, two, looks to be wide because it is the system of it. that is a very strong system for july 9th and 10th.
it could bring rain to seattle. but a little bit of rain also up, extremely california. crescent city from a 0.03 to a 0.06. the mere fact they got some rain is worth noting there. the system finally kicks out and it has fondled and a tremendous amount of moisture. the dewpoint of which is what the temperatures are up, which is why they are running anywhere from about four to six to eight degrees warmer than we were 24 hours ago. some lows never got below 60. an onshore breeze is in place, not as windy as it was a couple of days ago but the low clouds, i don't think, for some it will be a great day. for others inland you will warm up it is a slow process. 60s, 70s, 80s. once the system goes through in 24 hours then we will see temperatures begin to make the move back into the upper 80s to low 90s. if it is not tomorrow it will be friday and saturday. still to come on the 9, the debate on immigration continues will discuss the possibility of mass
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homeless man.. this apartment complex on the corner of this area, is well-maintained, but residents walked to their cars and see this. >> reporter: th say the trash pile up has doubled in size in two weeks. a growing eyesore. those who live in this community told us they reached out to the city about this without success. so we went to city officials to find out what could be done for the residents there. the will was available to speak on camera we stopped by the housing department. folks later reached out by phone and told me that they were aware of the issue and that they have cleaned up the same homeless area back in april and may. they say it was a third time they've had to do so. >> one time they had a hazmat crew and took the stuff away. they just come back. >> reporter: office trash, that is one thing but residents say they want to clean up of this trash the need to help the homeless like the man is a is responsible for it. >> it is tragic, not only for the tenant for this guy. he obviously belongs someplace other than the streets.
>> reporter: this and he told me they have tried to help him in that way as well by sending their outreach team to offer the homeless man assistance but he has turned them down each time, they say they will try again. in san jose i am andre senior, ktvu fox 2 news. 8:51 the chief of the federal reserve is testified before congress and what he is saying is file a rallying on wall street. >> and includes an record for the s&p 500. >> good morning s&p 500 across the 3000 level for the first time. it is dropped below that level. we will see if it can close there. another reason is because of the fed. jerome powell told congress there may be an interest rate cut at the fed meeting later this month. that took stocks up right when the opening bell rang this morning. checking in on the big board live right now, across the board they are up the dow jones gaining just about a third of a percent to 26 864. the s&p 500 now at 2992.
but it did cross that 3000 level, the aztec 8191. it is up more than a half of a percent. this bread she made the comment about interest rates, he still testified before congress right now. detailing his assessment of the economy. he is delivering the semiannual monetary report to congress and set a weakening global economy and unresolved trade issues have both search the case for a booster bolstered the case for listed user interest rates. it stands at 2 1/4% to 2 1/2% number that is after the central bank boosted rates four times in the last year. today will mark the end of an icon. the last volkswagen beetle is rolling at the assembly line after more than 70 years the german automaker is stopping production of the beetle at its plant in mexico. it helped germany's economy recover after world war ii and became a symbol of the flower power movement here in california. the latest version has not been selling as well as expected.
the last beetle rolled off the assembly line today and they will be displayed in a volkswagen museum there in mexico. a federal appeals court ruled that amazon can be sued over defective products sold by a third-party vendor. the ruling says amazon can be classified as a seller because it does not allow customers to jointly communicate with the outside vendors. the court also said a 1990s law that regulates publishing third- party content does not apply in this case. the case involves a woman who bought a retractable dog leash that broke, hit her in the eye, caused her to lose sight in that eye. analysts speculate that this could change policies and seller agreements on amazon because the majority of amazon sales are from third-party vendors. so, no comment yet from amazon. but, expect to hear. >> i buy through you, through amazon. >> he would go directly to the supplier. but since amazon is not allowing the contact, that is with the court's ruling.
a bill that would allow more low income college students to apply for the program is now on the governor's desk. >> the food stamp program recipients get a card and can use it at grocery stores and farmer markets. the new legislation makes it easier for low-income students to pot qualify for this program. this state senator wrote the bill and set a recent government report says one third of all college students struggle to buy food. another bill that would let college athletes profit from the use of their name, image, and likeness cleared another hurdle and the statewide legislature. the ski was passed unanimously. the bill would ban schools in california from taking way scholarships eligibility from alice athletes who use their fame to make money. it also lets athletes hire an agent to represent them. is not go to the appropriations committee and onto the full assembly. civil rights activist and former ella baxter is continuing to give back to the committee. >> tommy smith won the gold
medal in the 19 68 olympics. many remember when he raised his fist during the ceremony. he's that on recently with paul chambers and a new episode of our bay area people podcast. they discussed issues from his iconic silent adjuster at the olympics to his early days picking cotton and the opportunity that brought him to send santa fe's day. we just posted a new car podcast this morning find it by searching bay area people wherever you get your podcast. still to come the 9 cheering on team usa the celebration still underway back east for the champions of the women's world cup disney's "the lion king" is taking over hollywood with the world premiere. find out how the stars of the film are reacting as the movie hits theaters this weekend.
time now is 8:57. another well-known warriors will not be with the team. shaun livingston will not be with the team anymore. police in philadelphia are trying to identify a group of people caught on camera storms into and stealing from a walgreen. surveillance video shows about 60 people entering the store, grabbing items off the shelfs and running out of the store. some threw goods at workers, injuring some of them. the star of disney's lion king hid the restaurant carpet. the disney classic was originally released 25 years ago as an animated film. it is the latest animated
film to be brought to acting. i felt close to that song. you know. you try and do it the way that you feel it's felt to you when you were a child. >> not only is this a family film but a family about family. it is a -- the circle of life. >> i love the life advice that you get from the film. this is not just entertainment. barbie is going to space. mattel is teaming up with a european space agency that is looking like italian astronaut samantha costoponetti. ♪ it's been a hard day's night, and i've been working like a
dog. sir paul mccartney takes the stage tonight in san jose. the legendary beatles is off his tour. tickets start at 6:45. the final show of the tour is saturday. concern is mounting over the president's plan for mass immigration raid and his continuing attempt to put citizenship question on the ballot. we'll break it all down. and preparing for the worst. how alameda county is getting ready for the next big earthquake. celebrating the champions. a look at the parade for the u.s. women's team after their historic world cup win. taking a look life