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what the video shows us moments before the officers started shooting. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning, thank you for joining us here on this friday morning, july 19th. i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about friday's weather. here's steve paulson right over here in his office. >> i am indeed. thank you very much. cooler, you guys. that's the forecast here. we started that yesterday and will continue today. temperatures inland coming down, down, down, they will settle in and start a rebound over the weekend. 60s, 70s to low 80s and if you're around the bay, 70s mainly on the coast, 60s unless you're down towards santa cruz, capitola, low 70s there. and inland temps from healdsburg, concord, gilroy in the low to mid-80s. temperatures below average. system in the pacific northwest winds out. stronger than the ridge which in the middle of the country or in the east giving them all the heat and humidity. not for us. we have a nice pattern here.
onshore breeze napa airport. a southeast wind continues to move up the santa clara valley and also the peninsula and parts of the san mateo coast. 50s, 60s on the mild side here on these lows. a few mid-50s to the north and upper 50s, although there are a have an wer, marion canyon onshore breeze in place that will lead to a cooler forecast today, 60s, 70s and 80s. we will have more on the weekend coming up soon. 6:01. sal is here. >> tonight's giants-mets game, fog. >> nothing we haven't dealt or seen before. >> we have got to get you in the seats, my man. >> there's a rumor i'm going on wednesday, the 24th when they play the cubs. >> you got it. see you out there. good morning, everyone. take a look at 80 westbound, if you are driving from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, 19 minute drive. there have been no major problems along the way. you can see traffic here at the bay bridge is light.
so it's definitely lighter than usual, ie, probably think at this point they have turned the metering lights off. if they haven't, they will soon because not a lot of traffic. interstate 880 traffic is moving well on these fridays in july, it's obvious that some people are, you know, taking some time off. and you can see -- you know what happens every year? people start getting used to the summer like conditions and then late august all of a sudden everything changes and that's probably going to happen. this is a look at the silicon valley commute. it is light. at 6:02, go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. new this morning, a s.w.a.t. team broke through the window of a home in milpitas to end a four hour long standoff. police say the suspect attacked a woman with a knife, then barricaded himself inside his apartment on south temple drive. ktvu's elissa harrington is out there this morning and what can you tell us now? >> reporter: behind me is the suspect's bedroom window which you can see is broken. that is where he was holed up for hours. police say that man would not
respond to their verbal commands so they used flash bangs to try to get him to cooperate. this all started last night around 11:30. milpitas police say the suspect assaulted a woman just around the corner with a large knife. that happened on the 1600 block of east calaveras boulevard. the suspect then ran to his apartment where he barricaded himself and would not come out. that man was seen in the window opening and closing the blinds. crisis negotiators tried to speak with him. officers evacuated the entire building. >> we tried to negotiate, that was unsuccessful. our s.w.a.t. team used diversionary tactics, flash bangs to try to gain his cooperation. eventually our s.w.a.t. team was able to make entry into the apartment and take him safely into custody and he was uninjured in the arrest. >> reporter: the man's apartment is located on temple
drive. that female victim is expected to be okay. police say the suspect did not know her and it is unclear why he attacked her. now, police were out here for several hours this morning. we saw them inside of the apartment taking pictures and collecting evidence. again, we don't know what led to this attack. live in milpitas, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. oakland police are searching for a gunman blamed for a liquor store shooting where two people were shot. it happened last night at a liquor store on 59th street and telegraph. investigators haven't said what led up to that shooting but a witness told ktvu the gunman drove away in a dark colored suv. the shooting victims are in the hospital. one was shot in the leg. the other shot in the arm. we are waiting for updates from oakland police about their investigation and the search for a suspect. san leandro police have relieved body camera video of a deadly officer-involved shooting. officers say they were called to north boulevard on june
11th where a man with a machete was exposing himself to children. now, investigators say officers gave multiple commands to 56- year-old anthony gomez to drop the weapon. he eventually dropped it but then went to sit on a neighbor's porch and officers say at that point gomez was holding a dark object in his hands that resembled a gun. >> as the officers began moving, mr. gomez abruptly stood up and with a dark object in his hand extended his arms in a shooting stance and pointed that object directly towards the officers. mr. gomez then shot at a challenging comment, quote, let's go [ bleep ] >> one officer fired a single shot striking and killing gomez. the object he was carrying turned out to be a dark painted piece of wood. the alameda county district attorney's office is investigating the shooting. time is now 6:06. new this morning the richmond planning commission will not recommend a ban on coal storage to city council.
the decision came about midnight after a marathon public hearing, more than 60 people signed up to speak. now for 37 years a cargo transport company levin richmond operated a rail line and marine terminal in richmond and recently started carrying coal from utah to load it onto ships in richmond. critics of the ban say the company would close down, 62 jobs would be lost but supporters of the ban claim dust from the coal pollutes their neighborhood. >> every morning i go out to my car and there's a fine layer of coal dust over everything. coal dust everywhere in our yard. i worry about what it's going to his lungs. >> the company has been in the richmond community well over 30 years and have been parters in the richmond community. we will continue to work with the richmond community. we want to be here. >> the company levin richmond wants a delay on that decision on a ban until the results of an air quality study are
complete. two more arrests have been made in the shooting earlier this month at the tan fran mall one of two shooters. a 14-year-old boy from the shoo 2nd inside the mall. a 16-year-old boy is believed to be the second shooter and a 15-year-old boy is also facing charges. two teenagers injured in the shooting are recovering. time now 6:07. breaking news, new information about a story that was breaking news yesterday morning. a truck driver now in custody, accused of hitting and killing a man in the tenderloin. now, the crash happened at mason and eddie streets yesterday. police say the truck driver did not stop. the police eventually found the big rig at broadway and front streets. police say the driver, 65-year- old oscar mattis, was questioned and later arrested. the man who died identified as
54-year-old michael evans, he is the 12th pedestrian to hit and killed in san fr so far this year. city transportation officials say the tenderloin is part of what they called the injury network which means it's an area that sees a lot of collisions involving pedestrians and cyclists. >> our goal is to reengineer all the streets in the high injury network. last month we redesigned taylor street nearby street that used to have dangerous speeding. we are trying to slow the speeds down and make it safe for people to walk around. >> the driver involved in yesterday's crash was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter. san francisco muni service is back to normal this morning, but that's after that big water leak that shut down embarcadero station for hours. muni says it was testing a fire suppression system early yesterday morning. the sprinklers worked but the drainage system did not. water flowed from the pipes into the muni station and down to the b.a.r.t. platform. muni trains went through the embarcadero station without
stopping. the b.a.r.t. train did ings were a mess once stepped off the trains. >> it is there's delays at some times. like i didn't find out anything until i got here and so if i knew better sometimes i can plan better but then at the same time feels like there's always something going on with muni or b.a.r.t. >> muni scrambled to stop two leaks in the drainpipe. workers managed to pump and clear the water out of the station by about 3:30 yesterday afternoon. just in time for the afternoon commute. our time is 6:09. san francisco moving ahead with plans to create more affordable housing in the city. a committee of san francisco supervisor approved a measure from mayor london breed. it reduces the inspection fees for affordable housing developers and those who are transforming garages or backyards into additional apartments. the chronicle 22 affordle started the permit process
since mayor breed introduced her bill in february. the full board approve that bi at the end of this month. you will hear the heart breaking words from his mother as police are still searching for the killer. first we will tell you what one man did to escape from a high-rise apartment fire in pennsylvania. ania. good morning. we have a look at that east shore freeway. looks like it's doing very well here for a friday morning. it's a little lighter as we might expect on the way to the macarthur maze. it's nice out in the west including the bay area. temperatures have gone below average. we will take a look at those on our friday forecast. ay forecast.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. horse racing continues today in del mar and san diego county after two horses died yesterday. track officials say a horse threw its rider, then turned sharply and collided with another horse before racing started yesterday. now, one jockey was taken to the hospital and is expected to recover. track officials say this was a freak accident and that they have made many safety changes following the deaths of 30 horses at the santa anita racetrack. in philadelphia, four people and three police officers were treated for injuries after a high-rise
building fire. overnight hundreds of people were evacuated after a fire started in a trash compacter. seven injured people were treated for smoke inhala the building and look at this video from our fox station in philly. this man escaped the flames. he climbed down the outside of that 19 story high-rise. he kept going. he escaped the flames and walked away unharmed. san diego's comic-con continues today. the big convention is celebrating its 50th anniversary with more exhibits than ever before. ktvu's lauren blanchard takes you inside that big event. >> reporter: more than 130,000 self-proclaimed nerds and fantasy fans converging on san diego's convention center for the 50th annual comic-con. >> there isn't any festival or comic-con like san diego comic- con. >> it's crazy. like there are so many people and there's so much excitement. >> reporter: half a century ago
the event started in the basement at the san diego with attendees. and in the decades since, not only has it exploded into a massive event drawing people you will expect. lobe -- are here is ridiculous. >> reporter: it's morphed from being solely comic book based to an immersive experience featuring more than 1000 exhibits and animation movies, shows and games. many die hard devotees using comic-con as a chance to dress up as their favorite characters. >> one time of year where you can come be whatever you want and no one is going to judge you. >> reporter: the fun doesn't just take place within the convention center. thousands of unticketed guests can attend similar themed events around the city. comic-con runs through sunday. lauren blanchard, fox news. >> it is the trailer for , tom
make thannouncement. here's the trailer. >> the end is inevitable, maverick, your kind is headed for extinction. >> maybe so, sir. but not today. >> tom cruise is back in the pilot seat. val kilmer is back as ice man. their new enemies are drones. the movie expected to be released next june, 34 years, pam, since the original movie came out. >> love it. i'm sure a good sound track as well as the first one. had a great sound track. have we been able to get gasia to see top gun yet? >> i don't know. my question, as someone who knows the premise, how do they get around the fact these guys are likely too old to be fighter pilots? >> they are instructors, i think. >> all right. i will see the movie because -- don't get me wrong. i will see the movie.
go out and take a look at what we have now. traffic is going to be busy this morning on some of these commutes. look at this. the bay bridge, you're going to like this, traffic is light getting into san francisco in all the lanes, not just the carpool lane. you can see traffic is moving along nicely. 880 north and south, no major problems here and the san mateo bridge traffic also looks good. a lighter than usual friday. as i look at the maps here, i don't even see a lot of slow traffic on highway 4 where i can reliably count on some. there's a little bit right there and that's about it. no major issues are out there so far. silicon valley commute is light. it is 6:17. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> val kilmer's hair was money. i want to spike that out. no danger forecast for sure here. we have a nice forecast and when the giants win tonight, they will be 500. how about that? >> wow. >> i would take the warm
weather gear. plenty of low clouds around. upper 50s, 60s, but it does look like 7:15 tonight probably be plenty of low clouds making a move and you're westerly breeze. cool to warm today, morning fog, sunny and breezy. temperatures sliding below average and around the bay and everywhere we go from healdsburg is 82, redwood city 78, bodega bay 72. fremont 76 and gilroy 81. so not bad here, santa clara also at 80. look at that dip in the jet stream. if this was maybe september, october, maybe we get rain out of that but this has been the pattern for the longest time and everybody and their brother saying next week california is going to get hot. well, maybe. we will see. we will see. the forecast models keep wanting to build that big high back in over us and really has not gotten its act together. it does build in a little bit but we are not setting any records like we did that stretch in june. it's been rather nice. west-southwest breeze oakland, concord, fairfield, napa.
most locations are out of the west-southwest to the north and out half moon bay area, hayward and sfo with a south breeze. sfo sitting at 61. 62 san leandro, redwood city 60. on the mild side with the southeast breeze there. 50s for a few. a lot of low 60s on the peninsula. los altos hills 59. half moon bay where the breeze is a mild 60 degrees. and redwood city, even over to union city. plenty of low clouds but it's not that cold, it's on the cool side, but again temperatures upper 50s, low 60s. but highs today not traveling that far. we are just in a pattern where it's a little bit more cool air aloft, a little cooler forecast on the afternoon highs, although when you get the low and the high, the mean will probably be a little bit above average but the high temps are really the most important thing here so 60s, 70s and 80s and temperatures look like they will bottom out today, warmer saturday, more so sunday, then ease into warmup inland as we head towards early next week. >> thank you, steve. time now is 6:20.
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this was from back in the radio days, peter schilling coming home, major tom, a song about space. that's our theme today. >> perfect. >> andrew probably used to listen to the '80s music along with me. if there's a special song you want to hear, go ahead and send your requests. i play a request every friday morning. use the #ktvu on twitter, facebook or instagram. >> thank you. in dollars and cents, this morning boeing is planning to is set aside $5 billion to help airlines that have suffered from the grounding of the 737 max jet. the company says that it expects to award the concessions to airlines over a number of years. boeing is facing at least 100 lawsuits in the u.s. brought by families of victims of the deadly crashes in ethiopia and indonesia. more than 200 old diesel
school buses across the state will soon be replaced with all electric buses. the state energy commission has approved $70 million in funding here in the bay area, some of the school districts that will get money include sonoma valley, vacaville unified and the redwood city elementary school district. the goal is to help the state reach its climate goals and reduce children's exposure to harmful emissions. starbucks testing out a new concept that could transform your morning coffee run. the company opened its first starbucks now express service in beijing. the store features a minimalist layout and limited seating. one or two baristas at the express location to help with walk-in order. online orders at a dedicated pickup portal. it's not known if the express model will make it here to the u.s. toys "r" us making the low key come back. the company says it will open two stores this fall, one in houston, texas, the other in new jersey. both expected to open their doors in time for black friday shopping. new stores will be about one
third the side of the traditional toys "r" us stores we used to see. they will come with play areas, though, and other interactive experiences in an attempt to draw customers to the store for more than just shopping and beat the online shopping. apple bringing live music to some of its retail stores. ♪[ music ] >> apple planning a summer concert series at stores around the world. the second performance in the series will feature artists omar apollo tonight at the union square store in san francisco. other performances are taking place at stores in to promote i new apple music, apple planning to retire the itunes brand this fall. joe biden is in california today to wrap up two days of political fundraisers. the events were in los angeles. earlier this week executives at sony and warner bros. hosted fundraisers for the
former vice president. recent poll numbers show biden trailing kamala harris in california, 23-21%. we hope you can join us tomorrow morning for our weekly political show, the issue is, this week's guest is tmz's harvey levin. you're going to hear what he thinks about celebrities trying to use their influence as they try to help presidential candidates. the issue is airs saturday mornings at 6:30 followed by mornings on 2. there's a new option to get around san francisco. we are going to take you live to the city for a look at the new e-bikes that have been placed on city streets ars since man first are celebrating major milestone. sal's traffic jam, space related. we want to take you up to the international space station. it's over the atlantic ocean right now and just in from steve paulson, it will be flying over the bay area at 5:06 tomorrow morning. >> 9:46 p.m. >> oh, sorry. >> 22 degrees above the horizon
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southwest airlines. still holding back on the 737 max jet. we are talking about boeing now setting aside billions of dollars to give to families after the two deadly crashes. so we will have all your business news coming up in today's dollars and cents. good morning to you. thank you for joining us here on mornings mornings, friday, july 19th. i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. as we go to steve, he was letting me know that we can actually see the space station, the international space station overhead, so 5:06 a.m. if you're up tomorrow morning. >> who gets up that early? >> most of us. >> a better opportunity at 9:46 p.m. 22 degrees above the north- northwest sky. >> it looks like a slow moving star or pretty fast moving? >> takes two minutes to get across. >> okay. >> and then i think sunday as well, about the same time. >> look what's right behind you too. >> there you go. again if you're up tomorrow morning you can see it but only lasts a minute. but two minutes for 9:46 tomorrow evening.
okay. let's get to it here. sal. >> yes, sir. >> you know the giants will get to 500 tonight if they win. >> that's incredible because i just didn't see it happening and, okay, so i'm a little bit of a cynic, but yes it's incredible. >> i would take the fog gear. upper 50s or low 60s with a westerly breeze. 60s, 70s and low 80s, morning fog, sun, breeze, temperatures today will settle in, probably looks to be the coolest day of the week, 77, 79, 82, 80 for santa rosa, menlo park, livermore and san jose. most locations will be near average to below, especially those inland. that would include livermore's 82, should be 89. san jose off by four. san francisco is close and oakland is right there. so mainly inland takes the biggest dip on some of these temps. everything is continue to deepen in the pacific northwest. that has ramped up the fog bank, maybe local drizzle. we saw that yesterday, onshore breeze to the north and the east and more of a southeast breeze makes for a very mild
condition, upper 50s, low 60s here for some. so the lows are not that cool, 50s around santa cruz, gilroy to upper 50s, almost 60 degrees for some around san jose. se. car canestraffic actually is looking good on the bridge. also as you drive on interstate 880 in oakland, it does look very nice, there have not been a big crowd, san mateo and dumbarton bridge commutes are doing very well. this is a look at the map
system. i don't see any slow traffic on some of the major freeways like 101, 85 and 280 yet in the silicon valley. you might see more people riding e bicycles through downtown san francisco. ktvu's cristina rendon is live in the city with the roll-out of lyft's new e-bikes. >> reporter: good morning to you. yeah, i'm on one of these new e- bikes, i'm not riding it. i don't have a helmet so i want to be safe. but i will show you these are cool because they are not like the traditional bikes. they have this really new cool locking feature. this can go on any bike rack in the city. so that means you really don't even have to ride from dock to dock like those classic traditional ford go bikes off into the distance. this is happening all across the city. it's not going to happen overnight. the roll-out is slow. you can see some of the video we shot already this morning of the new bikes. lyft is calling these bay wheels. they are different from the ford go bikes. this is all thanks to allows l
immediately restore service with the deployment of these new e-bikes. they can be docked anywhere at they don't have to go from dock to dock. that is a big help for riders if the stations are full or they are too far away. and again they are not going to be called bay wheels. the name change comes after lyft sued san francisco to maintain what it says is an exclusive contract to operate a bike share business in the city and elsewhere. and a court order last week stopped the sfmta from issuing stationless bike permits to operators other than lyft. these new bikes started showing up in oakland and san jose in the past few weeks. now they are going to be coming here to san francisco. hopefully the roll-out will happen by the end of the month. we know by looking on a map they are kind of scattered throughout the city, mostly near the mission, we are at market and dolores, also kind of now down in out today and we understand that lyft is trying to get at least 2000 or nearly
2000 of these we will of course bring you some more information. we have reached out to lyft to try to get some interviews and more information as that happens, we will let you know. for now we are live in san francisco, cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. time 6:35. new this morning, a man is in custody in milpitas after a four hour standoff with police. >> s.w.a.t. team used flash bangs and hostage negotiators were out there helping to get the man to come out of his apartment. he is suspected of attacking a woman earlier in the night. >> he was described as having a large knife on him during the original assault, so we had reason to believe he was still armed when he was in say the wo injuries threatening. also new this morning, firefighters in san rafael investigating an overnight fire at a parking garage in downtown
san rafael. it happened on the ground level of the garage at 3rd and b streets. the fire, it was put out quickly. the cause of the fire is under investigation, a hearing in san mateo county is set for today in a high profile murder case. tiffany li of hillsborough is -- prosecutors say she told kaveh bayat to kill keith green three years ago. bayat is still in jail. tiffany li on bail for $35 million and on house arrest. she was ordered to hand over all of his passports and stay away from the airports. motions in the trial will resume at 9:30 this morning. the jury trial is set to begin on august 19th. our time is 6:37. a funeral will be held later today for a 15-year-old boy shot and killed in san francisco. deihad just finished his freshman year at with frie
when he was shot near 24th and cap streets just two blocks away from his home. now the shooter has not been captured yet. police say they don't know if de'von was the intended target. his mother says her son stayed out of trouble and was involved and antiviolence programs in their community. >> he was a good human. he's never hurt nobody. he's never been suspended or expelled. he don't get into fights. >> the funeral for the young man starts this morning at 9:00. it will be at cornerstone baptist church in the bayview. ride share drivers are planning to rally in front of uber's headquarters this morning in san francisco in support of better working conditions. the drivers are supporting a proposed state bill that would force ride share companies to classify them as employees instead of contractors. that bill has passed in the state assembly and is waiting for a vote in the state senate. the "l.a. drivers up to $100 to protest that bill in sacramento
at a rally week. today's rally star our time is 6:38. the outside lands festival starts three weeks from today. the music festival also announced this year's comedy lineup. the headliners include silicon valley star jimmy o. yang and mike birbiglia. tony danza will perform a comedy act. it is part of a three-day music festival right there in golden gate park. the monterey bay aquarium's food truck will be in the bay area this summer. the truck will serve sustainable fish but also has some vegan options. this weekend the truck will be parked at the menlo summerfest in downtown menlo park. the truck will also be at several festivals and events through september. >> i'm ready. 6:39. you imaginon a roller coaster. we are going to tell you where this happened and how those folks finally got down.
first, how the space and science center is celebrating 50 years since the moon landing. let's check in with allie rasmus to see what's coming up in the 7:00 hour of mornings on 2. >> good morning. coming up at the top of the hour, with the large swath of the country facing record breaking heat, emergency officials in those areas are sending out a public safety message that has to do with water bottles left in a hot car. why they say there's documented proof under the right conditions the bottles could end up sparking a fire. and the live action remake of the lion king hits theaters today. you would think singing a duet with beyonce would make anyone nervous but that wasn't the case for donald glover. what he said was the most nerve racking part of remaking the disney classic. we will be right back. this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. happening today, lawyers for the raiders and the city of oakland will be in a san francisco courtroom. the city of oakland is challenging the department of justice over a case based on the raiders' move to las vegas. oakland city attorney argues the city of oakland is due sued nfl and 31 other nfl teams for breach of contract through antitrust violations claiming the move to vegas is illegal.
the department of justice says the city of oakland is not allowed to recover lost tax revenue and the nfl is trying to get the case thrown out. now, the raiders' future home, it is still on budget and on time. the las vegas stadium authority says that stadium is halfway completed. they gave the green line to start booking events for next year. the stadium is due to open on july 31st, 2020. the raiders will move in shortly after that. if all goes as planned this will likely be the raiders' final season at the coliseum. they hold training camp next wednesday at the napa valley marriott. the silver and black added big names in the off season including all pro wide receiver antonio brown. coach jon gruden is looking to reenergize an offense that ranked near the bottom in scoring last ason and l the big the team combined with a move to vegas, they will be profiled on the knocks.
the 49ers open camp one week from today. 49er rookies and veterans will report at team's practice facility. all eyes will be on quarterback jimmy garoppolo. the injury cost him most of last season. he hopes doctors will fully clear him for training camp. the giants are the hottest team in baseball after winning six in a row in 13 of their last 15 games and last night madison bumgarner was pitching. nine innings with six strikeouts like this one coming up here. now the game was tied at one, scored a run, they took a lead, in the bottom half of the 16th, a double right here. it tied the game at two. donovan solano came up, a few
batters later, the bases were loaded. he had a chance to send the fans home happy. >> base hit and this game is over. >> that's how you say it. the giants beat the mets 3-2 after playing almost five hours. tonight's game against the mets, that starts at 7:15. and the as are on the road today playing the minnesota twins. they came into last night's game against the twins with a six game winning streak. a jurickson profar home run in the 6th inning broke a 1-1 tight. the as could not come back. they lost 6-3. tonight's game in starts at 5:10. the 2019 major league baseball hall of fame class inducted into cooperstown this weekend. mariano rivera headlines the class. the only player to get a unanimous selection into the hall. joining him designated hitter
edgar martinez, plus ray halliday who died nearly two years ago and mike messina who played at stanford as well. 50 years ago this weekend astronauts landed on the moon. first time in history. it's a moment captured -- it captured the attention of the world. ktvu's doug luzader joining us live from the smithsonian air and space museum in washington where there is a replica of the apollo 11 lunar lander on display. good morning, doug. >> reporter: good morning. the lunar lander here has taken on new significance as we recognize this extraordinary achievement human history. the thundering launch, the incredible perspective as apollo 11 accelerated and then made its way out of earth's atmosphere, bound for destiny and then the long wait as three pioneering astronauts risked it all to push the boundaries of mankind. 50 years later one of them will
still tell you what they knew was at stake. >> we felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everyone would be looking at us, friend or foe. >> reporter: michael collins crewed the orbiting command module while they made the short hop down to the moon. even that was filled with tension and last minute snags including a flight computer that repeatedly showed an error code something that almost nixed the landing. >> 100 feet, 3 1/2 down, nine farred. >> reporter: gene kranz was nasa's flight director. >> basically throughout the entire decent we had problems with communication, navigation problems, then we had the computer programs, we landed the landing radar and as a result of a trajectory aberration we were landinone sm giant leap for mankind. >> reporter: despite the challenges it all worked. and as we remember how the world came together a half century ago filled with both wonder and hope, here in the
nation's capital a giant image of the apollo 11 rocket has been projected on the washington monument. and a few blocks away at the smithsonian's air and space museum, a new generation appreciates what the apollo 11 team accomplished so long ago. >> i don't know how they did that. i don't know how they went over there and they were brave enough to do something like that because what if it went wrong? >> reporter: and so many things could have gone wrong but ultimately we celebrate what went so right 50 years ago. back to you guys. >> thank you, doug. and celebrating apollo 50th anniversary celebration. it runs from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and then there will be a party for adults 21 and older from 6:00 to 10:00 tomorrow night. and a piece of apollo 11 history is here in the bay area. the uss hornet recovered the apollo 11 crew and command module coming up on the 9:00 we are going to speak with staff
at the uss hornet about the events planned for tomorrow and then tomorrow here on mornings on 2 our weekend edition, we will speak with some of the crew members who are on that recovery mission. i can't even imagine how exciting that must have been to have them not just laback home. everybody -- like you see the news clips of everybody rivetted to their radio, basically listening, right? >> right. >> and the tv but -- >> it's going to be good. i'll be watching. >> yeah. good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at the commute on interstate 80 which is one of the indicators of how we are doing and we are doing very well on 80, carquinez bridge to the mac maze and at the bay bridge this looks good. when i see this, i say the rest of the commute is all light. one other spot that i checked to see if there's slow traffic in. i'll tell you what that is in just a moment as we look at these pictures. where is that spot? okay. it is right here. there is slow traffic here on
highway 4 in bay point. a little bit coming over the hill. so there is a little bit of it. not much. some slow traffic on 37 heading over to novato. marin county from novato to san rafael all the way to the golden gate bridge looks good and silicon valley commute is slight. what about today's weather? let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sir. it is that time of year usually when there's not much going on but we have a little cooler pattern but first ann kay with the great spanky avatar there. very well done. pat mccormick did weather back in the day. i remember him saying tomorrow it will be sunny where it's usually sunny, foggy where it's usually foggy and let's it, you all know where you live. he had a great sense of humor. let's do three from the bottom there. spin the dial. the giants 500 record tonight against the mets. tonight 7:15, low clouds, west wind, upper 50s, maybe low 60s but i would lean on the upper 50s there. i don't think the fog is
disappearing. morning fog, sunny and breezy, 60s, 70s and low 80s. temperatures are around the area from healdsburg 82 to redwood city 68. fremont 76 and gilroy 81 with santa clara at 80 degrees. temperatures little bit below average for most as that system there up in vancouver, seattle, portland digs down into northern california. that increases the fog, that also enhances the onshore breeze as well for most. it's a southeast breeze through the santa clara valley so that's keeping some of the lows up but not that cool here. half moon bay at 60, sfo 61. oakland airport a balmy 64. but to the north we ca52, 55 pe 55 in calistoga, with winds, 56.
cold water, 52. 58 in sacramento, the delta breeze will cool down even the sacramento area, sacramento proper. plenty of low clouds to go around. for some it may take a while to burn off. sometimes san mateo coast can be late in the day if at all. so overall temperatures will start to settle in today, to be the coolest day of the week and then we will see a little rebound going into the weekend. but 60s, 70s and mainly low 80s should cover for everybody. there are a few, of course, you need more of a cold front to cool them down this time of year and that's not happening but for majority they will be a little cooler today. so fog also on saturday, but each day the inland temps will be bumping up, we will see if next week we start to warm up again. signs we will get in the upper 80s to near 90 again. it is wildfire season here in california. cal fire wants us better prepared for it. coming up in the next hour, we will take you tankers for battling nt
♪[ music ] >> frank sinatra, i don't know if there's a better combination. right? thank you very much, patty. one of our -- she's one of the people who request songs. it's pretty good way about her. thank you, patty. let us know if there's a team, this marginal. go ahead and send me a song about space. this song has the moon in it. frank is not singing about space here. let's be clear. i'll play your request every friday morning. use the hashtag, ktvu on facebook, twitter, or instagram. >> a roller coaster became stuck at a maryland amusement park. it is closed this morning. it will stay closed until they
figure out it's safe to be on it. it suddenly stopped on the top of the coaster hill. people were stuck there for almost two hours before they were safely taken down. six flags america is bringing in certified technicians to inspect that ride. >> the city of los angeles being sued for throwing away items that belong to the homeless during sleeps ofmps. the city ordinance allows the city to throw away bulky items found on the sleep. the lawsuit says the city shouldn't be allowed to throw away their tents, and medications. according to the l.a. times, seven homeless people filed a lawsuit against him. we all told you about packages stolen from outside people's front doors that were delivered by a delivery company. the chp arrested a man who is accused of stealing an entire amazon truck. the amazon driver got out of the van for just a moment.
a man suddenly hopped in and took off with the van. still searching for 48-year- old, charles farmer, but they did arrest a man who is accused of helping farmer unload the stolen packages. the chp says 70 packages are still missing. time is 6:58. police in morgan hill searching for a group of women accused of robbing beauty supply stores. investigators released surveillance photos. take a look, five women suspected of stealing $3 to $5,000 in cosmetics from the ulta beauty store tuesday night. authorities say these women are responsible for at least eight other robberies within the past six months. >> they are taking bags that are provided by the store and loading up as much can and running out. when they come in, it is usually less than a minute. so our response is difficult at best by the time we're notified to arrival. >> morgan hill police say they
are closing in on the suspect. investigators have identified two of the women. they are trying to identify three more. an hour long standoff finally comes to an end in the south bay. we're live with what started the incident as the s.w.a.t. team is called in to handle the crisis. >> and in san bruno, two more suspects arrested in the shooting at a popular mall. we have details on who they are coming up. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning, it is friday, july 19, i'm ali rasmus in for gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. steve paulson is working on your weather for today and for the weekend. >> i know someone who is very happy for this weather. she's sitting right here. >> i see the fog. >> you bow to a west wind, young ladies. >> i do. >> we have a cooler pattern today. next week might be a different story. might. i'm not buying into it completely. let's get to the baseball
forecast. giants looking to go to 500 tonight. and i would take the fog gear, fog weather gear. it looks like that's what will be in play. it's not going to retreat that much and move back in. tonight at 7:15, low clouds and temperatures upper 50s. we will have 60s, 70s, and low 80s. breezy conditions today. temperatures coming down, santa rosa to 77. menlo park. 79 after yesterday's 83. livermore 87 to 82. from 84 to 80. temperatures near average, but a little below, more so through the interior coast and bay are close. inland, down from where they should be. that's the system deepening. that enhanced the fog. the water