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as investigators try to learn the motive in the deadly gilory garlic festival shooting the fbi is letting some people back into the area to pick up their cars and other belongings. we are live and gilmour with how people are responding. went down and went to go as democrats running for president held their first night of debate . a wrap up of what happened as they get ready for round 2. at 7:00 on the dot on this last day of july. >> good morning. let's talk about the wednesday whether. >> what do you think, not bad? it will be a little warmer for some today. there still some 40s and we
will get warmer temperatures but near average some of the lohse been quite cool. plenty of fog although the wind is a fact are here. it has been cut in half compared to the last 48 hours with the monsoon continued to stay east and south with only a few high clouds make it into the area it was about 30 or 35 yesterday so once the fog burns off -- 50s and a lot of 50s on the peninsula. low 50s even around los altos and pacifica a little warmer
today looks like it will be cooler tomorrow, more sun today if you upper 80s. still south city. >> south city is good in a way that the lanes have been cleared but it's not so great because the backup is still there. the crashes gone but the damage remains. north bound 101 from middleberry avenue up into south city and it will be slow. if this is you you may want to use 280 instead. on the east bay community slow traffic. highway 4 and 680 are slow. the bay bridge is back up for 15 or 20 minute delay and no problems in oakland getting into the downtown area. 680 traffic looking all right and the south bay commute is
off to a good start. eight people injured in the gilory garlic festival shooting are still in the hospital. five valley medical center. stanford has two patients and one person at regional medical center. many more people are suffering emotionally following the trauma. they are now turning to crisis counseling being offered at two locations. tonight the group community solutions will offer each other emotional support and are being held in spanish and english at the community solutions office and the other meeting at rebecca children services. both meetings are set to run from 6:00 until 7:30 pm tonight. you can find this information and more on ktvu.com. officials in san jose --
last night individual where keyla salazar recently graduated from eighth grade , she was remembered as being kind. >> she was a beautiful child who cared for the people and she cared about animals and was our motivation. >> friends talked about a close bond between kayla and her mother and just before she was killed she wrote a letter saying she had completed all of her chores and in return asked her mom to get a puppy for her little sister. people that ran for their lives during the shooting will be able to get their cars, trucks and rvs back. who is allowed in and what people need
to bring to get there cars back. >> a lot of people have been waiting to pick up their vehicles today they will be allowed into the area. we have already seen san jose police and state police and agencies helping out because there are so many items in cars that are left behind specifically two parking lots will be open and the first will be at west 10th and the second lot is south of miller avenue. these are the areas that investigators have looked at the crime scene and have made the decision that it's okay for vehicles to be picked up and there will not be any vehicles from other parking lots or the park itself. is still a very active crime scene. we spoke with the vendor yesterday who saia lot of
supplies were left behind in her car is still in the park. >> everything is stair there i grabbed my purse my my brother and sister-in-law and we left. i can pick up my car when they notified me. >> if you need to recover a car you could go to the elementary school in gilray and you will be shuttled by bus to where we are and will be under law enforcement a skirt and yo must have proof of insurance and registration. the vehicles are mostly for vendors and volunteers. some people were able to pick up their car yesterday. only two parking lots south of miller avenue and west 10th from 9:00 a.m. and it's too soon to pick any
vehicles or belongings north of the area or in the park itself. a heartbreaking story from fairfield. newborn twins found abandoned behind a stripmall. when baby died and the other still in the hospital. police were called yesterday afternoon about a woman wandering around with two newborn babies around fifth and rose on interstate 80. the first arriving police officer found two newborns in distress. the officer perform cpr but one of the babies died at the scene and the other newborn was still alive and rushed to the hospital. they later found the mother bleeding a short distance away. they rushed her to the hospital as well. it breaks my heart. i feel for the mother because
she was in a situation where -- >> the mother has not been arrested and we have no other information about her. the future of the baby that survived will be determined by the department of social services after they know more about the mother and her situation. california does have a safe surrender law where a mother can drop off newborn to the hospital or fire station within 72 hours of the babies birth. a san francisco police officer will return to duty after suffering a head injury. he was facing us a suspected drug dealer. the officer tracked down the suspect but was hit on the head in this process. the first group of 20 democratic presidential candidates running for the white house debated several issues in detroit from healthcare to gun control. >> we break down what we saw in
the debate last night. >> the candidates were united on one thing, they disagreed on the best way and the best policies to do that. the first round -- the second round of debates brought up healthcare, immigration and gun control referencing the meat recent mass shooting. >> i will make sure we get universal background checks past. the assault weapon ban and we do something about the magazines. when that little six-year-old boy died and his dad said he was only six years old. >> flag mental health risks and put an end to assault rifles that have no business in american neighborhoods.
the nra has a sinatro cold and so do the pharmaceutical companies and health insurance companies. none of this will change. >> the candidate seem to be in agreement about a pathway to citizenship for immigrants and dreamers and making changes to the policy of separating families of the border. for-profit detention in this country. i expect people that come here follow our laws and we reserve the right to criminally prosecute them. the topic that revealed morbid disagreement on the issue of healthcare. elizabeth warren and bernie sanders defended the idea of medicare for all in favor of
the taxpayer-funded system. the democratic message will be, we are going to go in and the only thing you have left we will take it and do better and i don't think that's a recipe for success. >> we are not trying to take away healthcare from anyone. we should stop abusing republican talking points in order to talk with each other on how to best provide the healthcare. tonight the second group of candidates will take the stage and will include joe biden and kamala harris. senator harrison joe biden will be in the two center podium positions on the stage and they are pulling the highest in the group. the cost of getting around
the bay area keeps going up. now one transit agency is making a change for low income riders. the new pilot program going into effect a historic trip to africa for two bay area political leaders in ghana. why they went there next. we can see that it is still little slow on many of these commutes as you drive on the golden gate bridge. ♪
expected to end today with the prosecutor addressing the jury as the jury starts deliberations. yesterday the defense delivered their closing arguments telling the jury that the defendants are -- oakland firefighters did not tell the two truth. there's enough reasonable doubt to find harris not guilty. >> i kept talking about the ironies and contradictions. >> the case could go to the jury by the afternoon and if convicted they can each get up to 39 years in prison. after the jury deliberations and the verdict wraps up to stay with ktvu and our crime
reporter for all the continuing coverage and we will bring you developments from inside the courtroom. the american civil liberties union says the trump administration continues to separate children despite the judges order. 911 children were removed from their parents of the border over the past year. the group says most of the parents when four weeks without knowing the state of their children. there asking the judge to rule on whether the separations were justified. at a time when tensions are high, three new bright pink sea saws were set up at the barrier. children played with the teeter totter is on both sides of the border. new this morning, bay area congresswoman nancy pelosi and
barbara lee are in africa right now. nancy pelosi took time to meet an eight-year-old girl and gave her a big hug. the hud quickly turned into a dance. a group of house democrats are in ghana visiting the door of no return. the group also observed the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved africans being sent to america. the house speaker sent out a tweet reading, today was deeply transformative and we saw the horrors and humbly walked through the door of no return with a renewed sense of purpose to fight injustice and inequality. today speaker pelosi is addressing the parliament, the first person from the united states to do that. considering cutting fares
and half. the independent journal reports a pilot project is expected to begin next year. it applied to ferries and bus service. they have already agreed to the discount despite the cost of living. what things are you seen on the roads? >> the commute getting to its peak. westbound 24 blowing in lafayette. nothing out of the ordinary but it is the peak time of morning. people are showing up trying to get over from richmond and there is a backup. 80 westbound 26 minute delay which is not out of the ordinary. at 20 to 25 minute delay. what i like about the commute
is seems typical without too many crashes along the way. north bound 101 still slow after an earlier crash. on the south bay commute some traffic into the west valley on 237, 101, 280 and 285. a big change to the golf and it was a warring wind yesterday under 10 miles. the fog is well made a big push. partly cloudy and 49 degrees looking for clearing and a high of 72. lima valley at 51 1 acre up above it all is 61 degrees. even cloverdale down to 53.
it does look a little warmer today and slightly cooler tomorrow but the warming kicks up. as we move forward to the weekend, rutherford near 90, belmont, piedmont and union city and panola all in the 70s. 66 in the studio and 64 for half moon bay. the high just gnosis in a teeny bit and that's all it takes. as it moves in -- augusta of 30 , concord have guests of 25 i would look for warmer conditions with the water temperature still cold enough that i don't think the fog is going anywhere. 51 in santa rosa, 62 in the
oakland airport. 53 in boulder keep creek and mid-50s around southern california a little warmer but the tropical moisture continues to stay out of the sierra nevada and most of the tahoe areas east and south. maybe by the weekend they will get some that monsoon moisture. warmer today cooler tomorrow backup as we go into the weekend. the first weekend of august. upper 80s to near 90 for some temperatures but pin up 3 to 5 degrees and they will come back down a teeny bit on thursday slow warming as we go into the weekend. if you're looking for work your next job interview may come via text message. the ins and outs of how it works and what kind of job you likely will not be up to score. what one company is doing to help the police station tell the difference between illegal
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>> therefore tink cannabinoids that we detect and today for the most part the industry is extremely interested in five of them and law enforcement agents are really interested in two. >> the hardware cost $30,000 in each test costs up to $50 per supervisors have proved improved the treatment for mental health crisis. a building near walnut creek is most recently used for eldercare and will be turned into a social rehabilitation facility for those that receive nonmedical care including group meetings, socialization as well as medication and counseling. sums some oppose it and fear it might be a danger to the community.
advocates are calling on san francisco cedar city leaders to adopt a policy they gathered at city hall yesterday and said even one homicide is too many calling on the city to work toward the goal of zero homicide. >> this year alone as of july 19 we have seven murders, 17 shootings involving injuries and 55 shootings without injury. >> i don't know how to describe it. nobody explained to me what happened to my baby. >> i'm crying and it's been 13 years for me and it still hurts. it is still yesterday for me. >> the police chief said the homicide and violent crime nate rate is trending down. the board of supervisors is in recess and may take up the issue in september.
>> berkeley police are searching for three burglars who targeted office of the award-winning filmmaker. surveillance photos show clear images of two men breaking into the studios monday morning. police say they stole several highly acclaimed documentaries including a feature film on the dalai lama and his family. the thieves also stole valuable equipment. at this point police are still are searching for leads. a newly released video of an officer involved shooting. what it reveals about the suspects who went on a rampage. also some in the south bay are still in shock as they continue to cope with the deadly shooting at the gilory garlic festival. we are live to bring information on support services available to anyone who needs them.
if this picture does not tell the story of summer in san francisco and much of the bay area coming haven't been here that long. take a look at the fog. meanwhile far inland, people are waking up and staying put because it's already warm. >> it is wednesday morning, the last day of july. >> july flew by for so many of us. let's talk about the final day of july. >> we have had a nice summer.
there could be a few areas near 90. the fog by the coast and it does look warmer with some areas not even getting the low cloud but yesterday a big push but that's not the case today with temperatures near average, slightly above and slightly below. plenty of low clouds in place just getting squashed a little bit from high pressure building in that tends to get the base down lower. the onshore breeze which was a huge factor of the last couple of days, 20 forecasting to 30 and now it's only nine. fairfield also had clouds yesterday and clear this morning. already 50s for many, in the next hour we will start to see a little jump. up in the oakland berkeley hills
mid-50s to upper 50s. look for warmer conditions around the bay today. 80s for the interior and 60s and 70s by the water. it is a little better and things -- i like the day when it comes to regular traffic because we have normal slowdowns and we don't have a lot of crashes. westbound bay bridge backed up to the maze. this is typical commute and you will not find anything surprising. on 880, this commute usually doesn't get going and by get going i mean it doesn't slow down until about 8:00. 580 looks all right. the san mateo bridge looks okay. steve mentioned the fog and the fog will burn off quicker so we may not have as many air delays that san francisco international airport as we normally do it's getting thick on when it one.
devastated families in gilroy dealing with the tragic deaths of children another very emotional pain. sarah is at the high school right now where there is help available for people who need it. >> reporter: this is one of many spots offering counseling services there is a lot of help available they will open in about 1.5 hours in the area will turn into resource center. victim should not isolate themselves and should reach out to people. dramatic events like this could destroy the sense of safety in a community but surviving happens by leaning on the community and
this community is offering a lot of options. emotions are really rob right now and we saw that first handed a news conference. the 13-year-old, keyla salazar , was one of three killed at the festival. her mom is completely devastated but thankful for the support. keyla salazar gave her mom and up a couple days before the festival and it would be her final wish before she died. >> she wrote a letter to her mom saying, i accomplish what i promised you so please can you buy my little sister her dog now? and it was her last wish. >> the family is now trying to find a golden retriever for her
little sister. christopher high school and wrecker elementary school will provide counseling services starting at 9:00 a.m. thursday and friday. there will be small group discussions at two locations tonight. christopher high school will open it 9:00 this morning for counseling services. police and fbi said the search for evidence after the gilory garlic festival shooting may go on until this weekend. it appears the shooter acted alone. investigators check surveillance video from the stores the shooter went to and is not seen with anyone else. at this point they say he planned the attack but do not know why.
>> we continue to try to understand who the shooter is and what motivated him and if he was aligned with any particular ideology. >> police found a second weapon inside the shooter's car. they also found a bag filled with ammunition. investigators and nevada say what they found in the home where he was living, bulletproof vests, gas mask and empty bottle of valium. the sheriff said that the department never had any contact with the shooter. all this week active shooter training is taking place at mills high school and their hosting police, firefighters, paramedic and teachers. san mateo county office of emergency services holds the drill every year giving crews
from different department a chance to work together and prepare for actual emergencies. if you live near mills high school watch out for emergency cruise. deputies confronted a san francisco man suspected of going on it drug fueled rampage. authorities posted the video on youtube as part of their investigation. investigators say the 32-year- old engineer was celebrating with friends on the fourth of july when he reportedly took four hits of lsd. his friend say he became delusional and started punching, stabbing and choking people before stealing the truck and ramming into pedestrians. he then try to run down an officer and a sheriffs deputy. >> officer scrambled and fired
at him and several shots went through the windshield and the truck smash into a chp suv. >> he was airlifted to the hospital. arraignment set for next month facing charges including attempted murder, carjacking and assault with a deadly weapon. san francisco need your pull help to identify three robbery suspects. back on july 15 the men approached the man, picked him up off his feet and threw him to the ground. another man tried to break it up but he was knocked unconscious. that happened and stockton and pacific streets. the suspects got away with the stolen watch and the victims were taken to the hospital treated and
released. the das office has received a report from the sheriff department about last month's incident involving the president of the toronto raptors. the raptors president is accused of shoving a deputy while trying to join the team on the court. while the sheriff's report is recommended charges the da will only say the case is still under investigation and no decision has been made. a warning this morning if you own or if you fly a small plane. what you need to know about the security alert issued by the department of homeland security. event organizers are re- examining their security plan in the wake of the gilroy garlic festival shooting and what they are doing to help keep people safe. but first let's see with coming up in 8:00 hour. coming up a military mom,
we don't know how or in what way the fire is affecting any flights coming into her departing san francisco international airport. we understand the fire may possibly be near the maintenance yards. we are working to try to get you more information on what exactly is happening but clearly you can see a large plume of thick smoke and certainly a cause for concern and we will monitor what's happening. event organizers are taken look at security plans santa rosa police say they have increased security especially around the perimeter because authorities in gilroy state the gunmen cut a hole in the perimeter fence to get inside. the next day we had conversations to make sure we were addressing the concerns.
we are going to modify part of our plan to make sure we are paying attention to the perimeter. >> police say they will be visible throughout the fairground and have all undergone active shooter training. security will also be on the grounds. >> the santa clara county fair will open and security will be a big concern. they want to safety and strategy plan in place before the gates open. they're asking for the details on the security plans before the fair opens. and san francisco police will also tighten security of the music festival, the three-day weekend event beginning august 9 . it's packed with as many as 200,000 people. in a statement the police state that outside lands is an annual event and there will be san francisco police presence with many outdoor events including
perimeter security. the governor signed a bill into law yesterday asking presidential candidates to release their tax returns. most of the democrats have already done so but attorney for the pro president said it was unlawful and hinted at lawsuit would be forthcoming. my eyes are on the fire in south san francisco. obviously visible not only from the freeway but from the airport. i checked in with sfo tower in it's not affecting operations. the fire department has arrived on the scene and they are there south san francisco on the
boundary between south san francisco and san bruno and you can clearly see it from miles away and that camera what you see the building there the tower and you can also see there is a master stream one of the trucks is put up a master stream and one of our cruises on the way and we will let you know so far it is not affecting planes, the planes are landing on runways not affected by this. we will see if the smoke becomes a hazard in right now it is not. talk about the commute. headed over to the peninsula no major issues. a very typical commute all these are very typical commute and you can see traffic on the south bay commutes typical slowing to the west valley.
746. the planes are doing there normal thing and have not heard the pilots. and master stream is when the fire department puts up a huge hose and that is a huge amount of water coming through usually a ladder truck. >> we have a pretty good fog bank and it's a very dark four 7:33 am. 96% relative humidity low of 56 with the west southwest wind. low 60s already for some a big huge difference between concord
and buchanan airport. attend a great difference in areas. 50s for some in san ramon, alamo already up to 60. tomorrow more fog and slightly cooler near 90 for rutherford belmont and piedmont in the 70s. there's plenty of fog but again it's been compressed and that will allow for burn off. the monsoon moisture continues to be the focus in the four corners. southern california really
missed the cloud. nothing coming up here or for tahoe were tricky. yesterday at this time it was west gusting to 30 with low clouds. you will see some near 90 degree temperatures but the water temperatures are cold enough 50 still in some areas. 87 down in las vegas. phoenix finally got some rain yesterday. they have all had .04 this month and they are running well behind. but not for tahoe and truckee, looks quiet. warmer today with a slight cool down on thursday. as we go into the weekend there will be some low 90s. there's a 3 to 5 degree warm up
into the weekend. when it comes to looking for love it looks like one generation is putting the brakes on that in the big reason some millennial say they don't have a love life. plus many parents worry their kids spend too much time playing video games. coming up wyman more people are turning gaming into lucrative business and a way to make a lot of money. and a new episode of the podcast is out. i had a great time with my good friend talking about the movies the politics and what inspires him. look for the bay area people on ktvu.com. ♪
welcome back. the department of homeland security has a security alert if you own a small plane. plane owners and pilots, modern flight systems are vulnerable to being hacked if someone gets physically into your plane. engine readings, compass, data and other readings can be in the mid related and hacked to give out false information to the pilot. the alert recommends if you own a plane make sure you do not
allow unauthorized physical access to your plane. while some parents worry their kids spend too much time playing video games, some gamers can earn a lot of money. last weekend a 16-year-old from pesylvania one $3 million at a gaming championship. the competition is one example of the incredible popularity of e sports from shooting to sports games to multiplayer online battles. organizers say teenagers can also build longtime friendships. >> you can join the team at your high school in there over 60 colleges now that heavy sports competitive programs. >> why didn't i know about this? some of the biggest competitions have 100 million viewers and many comes from corporate sponsors. e sports is projected to earn $345 million in north america this year and more than half $1 billion oversees.
today we are expected to get an interest rate cut from the federal reserve now more on the decision and how this could affect the economy and our bank accounts. >> the announcement comes four hours from now and economist you expect the rate cuts for the first time since 2008. we will be getting that later today when the opening bell rang. sales for the iphone down but apple music, apple pay and wearable devices all doing well and the company stock is performing well. on the heels of the earnings and head of the announcement the markets are pretty quiet the dow jones down just a little bit fluctuating up and down starting the day fairly strong down two points. the s&p 500 down a little bit as well. the nasdaq gaining ground. and
the markets of course will be waiting to hear from the federal reserve today on the expected interest rate cut and lawmakers have been concerned about the ongoing trade war with china and the fed uses rate cuts to offset inflation. we will keep an eye on that. the university of california filed lawsuit with five major retailers accusing them of infringing on for japan's related to l.e.d. light bulbs. lawsuit named amazon, walmart, target, ikea and bed bath and beyond. the patent relates to filament ellie be light bulbs. they have that glowing filament
visible inside and the technology was developed by researchers at uc santa barbara. they have failed to require the suppliers to honor the university patent. if you're looking for jobs he may not have to worry about what to wear for your first interview because many recruiters are conducting interviews by text. beckoning include questions about availability and salary. checks interviews are common for airlines hiring pilots, hospitals hiring nurses and manufacturers hiring workers but if you're an attorney, doctor or upper management you should plan on a face-to-face interview. very interesting to have a lot of that conduct did. another debate of democratic presidential candidates.
some of the heated exchanges last night in detroit and what to expect tonight. and remembering a 13-year-old who was killed at the gilory garlic festival. hundreds showed up to support her family. with rising stress in the modern world, a good night's sleep is nearly extinct. however, there's hope on the horizon.
day 4 of the gilory mass shooting investigation and we are live with the latest investigation including the people that ran from the festival and when they can return for their belongings. newborn twins are found abandoned behind the store and what we know about the mother and infant. one down one to go as democrats take the stage.
a wrap up of what happened last night as they get ready for round 2 tonight. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2. >> back to breaking news from san francisco international airport. there is a fire at the united airlines maintenance facility. the fire department and other agencies are responding and you can see a thick plume of smoke rising from the area. >> it popped up about 30 minutes ago and we did get a statement from a spokesperson. it says, structure fire at united airline maintenance facility located north of the terminals. responders are on the scene and passenger terminals are not affected with flights operating normally. if you drive 101 north or south you probably know the maintenance facility on the east side of highway 101 current flight data coming in
as the spokesperson said no flights right now are affect did because of this fire and there's a live picture showing the smoke at the united maintenance facility. allie rasmus is on her way to the scene and we will get more information. >> the smoke is essentially rising straight up in a column. >> it looks like they are getting a handle on it. yesterday was more of a low cloud deck and yesterday cordelia ab2 sunny versus yesterday morning when it was overcast. southwest went at six. yesterday gusting up to 30.
the delta breeze is falling apart. it is really not that strong. 50s and 60s, the winds already up to the area. san jose up to 80 today. plenty of clouds and it looks like it will burn off with all the tropical monsoon moisture favoring areas east and southeast. 50s and 60s beginning the move for some inland the warm-up and it will be a bump up near average. highs today 60s, 70s and a few near 90. i'm going to go through the
traffic then i will show sfo in just a moment. if you're trying to get over to the san francisco area, no major issues and traffic is slowing down in oakland on 80 northbound as you drive through the area. at sfo the fire is not affecting highway 101. if you're taking a flight this will not affect you because the airplanes coming in and out normally and in fact they are taking off on the runway not going into the smoke and landing not into the smoke. we do have a crew on the way. back to the gilory garlic festival shooting. a2 victims are still in area hospitals. five at valley medical center in san jose. stanford has two patient's. one person at regional medical center.
many more are suffering from emotional pain following the shooting and are now turning to crisis counseling offering net two locations in santa clara county. tonight community solutions is helping people reconnect with each other. the meetings are held it the same time in english and spanish. when it the community solutions office on murray avenue and the other rebecca children services. both meetings are set to rent from 6:00 until 7:30 pm. you will find this information and more on ktvu.com . a vigil held in san jose for keyla salazar. people gather last night where she recently graduated from eighth grade and she was remembered as kind and curious. her family says they are comforted by the outpouring of support.
>> she was a beautiful child who cared for other people and she cared about animals and was our motivation. we are in pain. >> friends describe the close bond between kayla and her mother. shortly before she was killed she wrote a letter saying she had done all her chores and returned asked her mom to get a puppy for her little sister. the people that ran for their lives during the shooting left their vehicles and belongings behind and they will be able to pick them up today. law enforcement is providing restricted access to the area. >> this morning the fbi will be at the area for those that left their vehicle here at the overflow parking lot and the lot near miller avenue. those are two areas that people can go in.
they have this area completely blocked off and is still an active crime scene. again, if you're a vendor or volunteer today you can start picking up your vehicle and unfortunately if you parked in the main lot rehab belongings there in other areas he will not be able to get those today. the volunteer lot at west 10th and the second lot at parkside are the two areas that investigators have process as part of the crime scene and made a decision that it is okay for picking up cars in the area. if you do have a car here and you want to pick it up anytime between 9:00 and 4:45 pm this evening, if you have belongings and another area that you have to wait to get a call from law
enforcement. >> i will get my car when they notify me. it's >> reporter: if you need to recover a car you will go to gilory and check-in and they will shuttlebus every went to the parking lots that are available today and you must show your drivers license, proof of registration and insurance before the vehicle was released and this is happening today between 9:00 a.m. and 4:45 pm and law enforcement officials know that there is still a lot of personal will longings left inside the park and they are still processing that area and it's an active crime scene. if you are a volunteer or vendor you can go to the elementary school to get settled here and you will be escorted in.
newborn twins found abandoned near stripmall in fairfield. one twin remains the hospital and the other child did not survive. yesterday police received a call wandering around with two babies she had just given birth to. the first arriving officer found two newborns in distress and perform life-saving measures but one of the babies was pronounced dead. the other newborn was still alive and transported to a hospital. authorities later found the mother walking 10 minutes away and officers also transported her to the hospital. >> it breaks my heart. i feel for the mother, she was in a situation where she felt hopeless, obviously. >> the mother has not been arrested and police have not released any additional information. social services will determine where the baby will go once they learn more about the mom
and the situation. california does have a baby surrender law where you can drop off a baby within 72 hours of birth. a second round of debates will be held tonight after the first round of contenders clashed in detroit last night. >> this was a debate about not just the white house but the future of the democratic party. >> a crowded stage in a real debate about where the democratic party now stands and it's a clash between bernie sanders, elizabeth warren and it was a moderator -- >> we can go down the road with senator sanders and warren want to take us with policies like medicare for all, free everything and impossible promises that will turn off
independent voters and get trump reelected. >> sanders and warren were shoulder to shoulder. >> i don't understand why someone ghost all this trouble to run for president of the united states to talk about what we can't do and shouldn't fight for. >> young clashing over medicare and decriminalizing border crossings there was a focus on winning in 2020. >> not only to feed the presence but congressional allies. >> the debate and the went to mine are also about lesser- known candidates and a final shot to make the cut for the next debate. >> i don't think the democratic party should be surprised. >> google shows the most searched candidate in every state was author marion williams. in night number 2 is tonight
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photo as they were driving by the scene. wear they were clearly taken when the fire was more intense. we can show you that when we look at the live picture maybe 15 minutes ago we could clearly see a thick ball of gray smoke directly from the ground. that is no longer the case some rain, hey still hanging in the area along with the fog. but things have changed dramatically. >> firefighters have the station out there responding quickly and it looks like we do have the fire under control. now we go across the bay to oakland is closing arguments in the ghost ship warehouse fire trial are wrapping up today. the defense delivered its closing arguments yesterday telling the jury that the two are scapegoats because the
landlord and her family are not on trial in oakland firefighters did not tell the truth. the attorney told jurors there is enough reasonable doubt to find harris not guilty. >> talking about the ironies and contradictions in the case. >> the case could be in the hands of the jury by this afternoon and if convict did the two could each receive up to 39 years in prison. is jury deliberations on the verdict struck coast closer stay tuned for continuing coverage. bay area representatives nancy pelosi and barbara lee are in africa today. overnight the speaker took time to meet with an eight-year-old girl at a palace in ghana. a group of house democrats is in the country visiting. the departure point for millions of african sold into slavery and the contingent for
the 100th anniversary of the first enslaved africans shipped to america. considering cutting fares and have for low income riders. the journal reports the project is expected to begin early next year and should last 18 months and discounts would apply to ferries and bus service. it is designed to expand ridership and affordability. now have a look at the wednesday morning commute. >> the commute seems to be okay today it is very typically slow in some areas and not so slow when others. the peninsula traffic is a little slow past the airport because of an earlier truck accident. the bay bridge still has a backup trying to get into san francisco. 30 minutes or maybe less. 880 slowing down as well. a lot of slow traffic.
sfo, the fire and smoke is not there and the airplanes were not affected. you do not have to worry about missing flights. this is a look at north bound 281 or 85 in the silicon valley muc traffic is okay. downtown san jose the traffic is moving well. for some very foggy and the high is built-in compressing it. windy, dark and cold on the beach today. the wind is not favorable more south is it really stacked up on parts of the coast including san mateo. maybe this afternoon you will get some sun but it will take a while to get going. 55 in low 60s around palo alto. the south wind at half moon bay south southeast, i would say
wait about a half hour 45 minutes to get some sun. only west bound -- saratoga nevada in the 80s, half moon bay in the 60s. some of that fog and low clouds did not make the push inland and it is really solid a part of the coast. also the napa valley a strong surge up there. the high builds in a little bit, running a little bit warmer and that is probably going to translate into the highs. no monsoon moisture for tahoe.
a little warm up today with a slight cool down thursday and back up we go as we head into the weekend. 60s, 70s and 80s to near 90% as temperatures warm up but overall not much of a change on this last day of july but it looks warmer for the first weekend of august. download the ktvu weather app. there is also an easy feature for you to upload your weather photos and video. it's free to download. it looks like one generation is putting the brakes on looking for love. the big reason some millennial say they do not have much of a love life. a new episode of bay area people podcast is out today. talking about movie politics and what inspires him today. you can catch that on our website at ktvu.com.
advocates are calling on san francisco city leaders to adopt a zero tolerance policy toward homicide. as advocates gathered on the steps of city hall they said even one homicide is too much. there calling for goal of zero homicides. >> this year bayview alone as a july 19 we have seven murders, 17 shootings involving injuries and 55 shootings without injury. >> i do not know how to
describe the feeling. nobody has explained to me what happened to my baby. >> it has been 13 years for me and it still hurts. it is still yesterday for me. >> the police chief said the homicide and violent crime rate is trending down. the san francisco board of supervisors are on recess and may take up the issue. police are searching for three burglars who targeted office of the award-winning filmmaker. surveillance photo shows clear evidence of two men and a women suspected of breaking into the studios monday morning. police say they stole several highly acclaimed documentaries including a feature film on the dalai lama and his family. and they also stole valuable equipment. >> this represents 20 years of work it's all gone and we are
at a standstill. we have no way to finish the film and everything is gone. >> they are still searching for leads and if you have any information, call police. a company says they have a solution for law enforcement agencies struggling to tell the difference between legal hemp and illegal marijuana. they have a process. it takes about 20 minutes. it separates cannabis by a sonic bath and filters it to get the rare extract. >> today really for the most part the industry is extremely interested in about five and law enforcement agents are really interested in two. >> the testing hardware cost
$30,000 and each test costs up to $50. millennials are staying single because dating is too expensive. one third of millennial say they believe dating costs too much when coupled with housing and student loan costs. 5000 single millennials were surveyed. went young people want to be financially stable before getting into a committed relationship. newly released video of an officer involved shooting and what it reveals about the suspects that went on a rampage. >> many in the south bay, they continue to cope with the deadly shooting at the gilory garlic festival and we are alive with the support services available.
this is the last day of july in thank you for joining us. >> just like that we say goodbye to july and hello to august. what's on tap today? >> a little warmer. it's still pretty grade behind you guys. high pressure is building in so that does smash it down on the deck and there's the push inland. but a fierce deck in the fog it
could be a little while before burns off. a southwind is a cooler direction and it does look warmer for many inland because the breezes developing and it has turned hardly anything santa rosa and san francisco concord low clouds and it might take a little while to burn off her some but inland we are still holding court. sunny, nice and warm 50 and 60s there are some temperatures running winter 2 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. the high kicks in for little bit and tomorrow looks like another cool down 60s and 70s and 80s to near 90. a fire on the building but no one was hurt before they evacuated. we have skyfox overhead and you
can see the fire department is on the scene no injuries reported. they did have a large response as you might imagine at an airport. the incident appears to be over not affecting planes. look at west bound bay bridge traffic is backed up but it is getting a little bit better now. is not backed up to the maze so if you want to wait around you might want to wait around until traffic is better. 880 north bound as well we have had less volume on these commutes we talked about sfo not affected anymore. north bound 101 in the silicon valley , 280 and 85 also slow let's go back to the desk. the city of gilroy coping with the mass shooting at the gilory garlic festival with lives lost and others deeply
affected. families are now getting the emotional support they need. >> reporter: chrysopal highs -- christopher high school is one of the places where you can find help. in about 30 minutes the doors here at christopher high school will open up and the student services building will turn into a resource center with four people try to navigate life after the mass shooting. they should reach out to people they feel safe with and find help. traumatic events can destroy the sense of safety in the community that surviving happens by leaning on the community and this community is offering a lot of options. trying to process this could feel impossible and emotions are raw. we saw that at the news conference yesterday for a
vigil held for keyla salazar . her mother is completely devastated but thankful for the support. she actually gave her mom a note a couple days before the garlic festival and they did not know it but it would be her final wish before she died. >> she wrote a letter to her mom saying, i accomplished what i promised you and i cleaned the kitchen and bedroom so please can you buy my little sister her dog that's all i want and that was her last wish. >> the family says they are now trying to find a golden retriever puppy for her sister and asked for grief resources christopher high school and wrecker elementary school will provide services -- today, tomorrow and friday and there also two community meetings.
the addresses are on your screen. there will be small group discussions and one-on-one support. christopher high school will open in about 30 minutes at 9:00 this morning and will close today at 5:30 pm but thursday and friday they will close it 8:00 p.m. and will close today at 5:30 pm but thursday and friday they will close it 8:00 p.m. bay area police and the fbi so the search for evidence after the shooting may go on until this weekend. this morning police say it appears the shooter acted alone. investigators checked surveillance video and say he is not seen with anyone else. at this point they say he planned the attack but do not yet know why. >> we continue to try to understand who the shooter is, what motivated him and if he was aligned with any particular ideology. >> they found the second weapon
inside the shooters car park northeast of the festival ground and found a bag filled with ammunition. investigators tell us what they found where he had been living, a bulletproof vest, gas mask, ammunition boxes and empty bottle of valium. the sheriff says the department never had any contact with the shooter when he lived there. >> high schools coding holding an active shooter training. the county office of emergency services holds the drill every year and gives officers and deputies and firefighters a chance to work together and prepare in case there ever is an actual violent incident. people are being warned to watch out for emergency crews near the school. we have new video from the sheriffs department of deputy
is confronting a san francisco man suspected of going on a drug filled rampage. this video was posted yesterday as part of the investigation. the 32-year-old youtube engineer was celebrating with friends when he reportedly took four hits of lsd. he became delusional and started hunching, stabbing and choking people before stealing a truck and ramming it into pedestrians. he then tried to run down a chp officer and sheriffs deputy. >> officer scrambled in several shots went through the windshield. he was airlifted to a hospital. arraignment set
for next month. he is facing a string of charges including attempted murder, carjacking and assault with a deadly weapon. police say men approach a 56-year-old man lifting him off of his feet and throwing him to the ground. another man tried to intervene but he was knocked unconscious. it happened around 1:00 in the afternoon and the suspects got away with the watch. the victims were taken to the hospital, treated and released. warning this morning if you own or fly a small plane. >> event organizers re- examining the security plans in the wake of the gilroy garlic festival shooting and what they are doing to keep people safe. >> ♪
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the festival -- the shooting at the festival has other event organizers across the bay area taking a closer look at their own security plans. the fair starts tomorrow with an 11 day run. police say they have increased the security especially around the perimeter because authorities say the gunmen cut a hole in the perimeter fence to get inside. >> the next day we had conversations to make sure we
were addressing the concerns. we're going to modify our operational plan to make sure we are paying attention to the perimeter. >> police say they will be visible throughout the fairgrounds that have gone to active shooter training. the fair is scheduled to begin this week and also a top concern, they want to safety and strategy plan in place before the gates open tomorrow. the san francisco police will also tighten security for the upcoming music festival. the three day weekend event starts august 9 and attracts as many as 200,000 people to golding gate park. it is an annual event and there will be san francisco police presence. with any outdoor event we plan for public safety including perimeter security. north korea fired multiple and uneventful projectiles.
south korean officials have not identified the projectiles fired say they were launched from the east coast. just last week north korea fired two short range ballistic missiles as a warning to the south korean military after the president met with kim jong-un at the demilitarized zone last month and a greased to restart talks. a busy morning out there. let's take a look at the commute. we have things that are getting a little better on the bay bridge approach in san francisco. you can see it is a little better. not quite backed up all the way up to the over crossing. if you're willing to wait you can wait to see if things will get better. traffic here is also getting better. sfo is not affect did but there is a crash southbound 101
coming down from san francisco with a very slow process getting to the airport and this has nothing to do what happened at sfo on the building fire. it is an accident and traffic is very slow if you want to get down to the peninsula take 280 instead. a thicker fog bank made a bigger push yesterday but did not make the move inland. it is a lot thicker and followed for some it may take a while to burn off. plenty of low clouds around but there are signs that a warmer inland pattern today will build ever so slightly. it could be tough to get the fog to burn off the parts of the san mateo coast. we bump it up a little bit
today, three or 4 degrees and would not be surprised if inland areas hit 90 degrees after the mid 80s yesterday. still plenty of fog. the high kicks in and the monsoon moisture stain east and south not moving into tile yet 50s and 60s for some. running a little bit warmer, overall we warm up one day and one day we cool down, tomorrow and warmer into the weekend. 60s through 80s and we eased back a little bit tomorrow then we go back up again on the weekend for another warm up. still to come. >> stop the jumpers.
for those of us that do pay it's irritating. >> many are not happy with the way they're operating and we sit down live with the new general manager of bart and hear his plans. if you're looking for work your next job interview may come via text message. how it works and what kind of jobs you likely will not be able to get through your phone.
planes him pilots that modern flight systems are vulnerable to hacking if someone manages to gain physical access. the agency points out that engine readings, compass data and other readings could be manipulated to show false readings to the pilot. if you're looking for a job, you may not have to worry about what to wear for your first interview. many are conducting interviews via text message. including questions about qualifications and availability. it's most common for blue- collar and hourly pay jobs. hospitals are hiring nurses and manufacturers. if you're looking for work as an attorney, doctor or upper management do still plan on a face-to-face interview. iphone sales are down but apple stock is up. >> also waiting to hear from the federal reserve today. >> incredible numbers from
apple. apple reports iphone sales were down 12% but it is way more than a phone company. apple music, apple pay and wearables such as the watch and airpods are doing very well. the wearable division is up 48%. it brought in $5.5 billion for the quarter. that's an apple stock up almost 4% right when the opening bell rang. right now it's up almost 5% and that is helping the nasdaq this morning. taking a live look at the big d. the nasdaq is up 0.25%. the s&p 500 also up a little bit as well. the markets will be waiting to hear from the feds today on the expected interest rate cut. policymakers have been concerned with ongoing trade war with china and the effect it's having on the economy.
the fed also uses rate cuts as way to offset inflation and when interest rates go down consumers get a lower rate on home loans, adjustable-rate mortgages and auto loans analysts are also talking about security systems that capital one after the huge data breach that affected 100 million customers. stolen information includes names, social security numbers and other personal information. a hacker is a former employee of amazon cloud computing division. she faces five years in prison and a fine. >> it's not as if this is a sophisticated person because she gave herself away on line. i think we need to see more security for companies that mishandle your information. >> you can temporarily unfreeze your credit to get a car or buy
a home. they believe it's unlikely the information was used for fraud or disseminated to individuals. delta airlines making a bigger effort to communicate with travelers who are death or hard of hearing. flight attendants will now make wear name tags to show they are able to speak with sign language. today we will get the announcement on interest rates, investors, traders and economists will also wait to hear any comments in any indications that they will continue to lower rates throughout the year, holding stable. what they say in the meeting is what is driving the cut and it will be very important. the alameda county das office received a report about
last month's infant -- incident . at the toronto raptors president accused of shoving a deputy while trying to join his team on the court to celebrate the championship. well the report is recommending charges against him the da will only say the case is still under investigation and no decision has been made. the classic film is returning to the big screen. the shawshank redemption turning 25 this year and to celebrate the film will be shown at movie theaters nationwide from september 22 through the 25th. the movie tells the story of a group of inmates forging a friendship about a crept system. it received seven oscar nominations and is highly regarded as a culturally and
historically significant film a viral video of a donkey joining in with the south carolina man as he sings opening to the lion king. >> after he started singing the donkey loudly joins in. the video has now been viewed more than 3 million times. the animals at the san diego zoo has a new rhinoceros born on sunday. >> the mother was artificially inseminated on march 2018 and carried the calf for more than one year. they will remain off the exhibit to allow them time to bond. still to come, we will let you know about some of the shows he can catch at peddle
a woman in ashville got quite a surprise when she tried to pay for her son's breakfast at a mcdonald's drive-through. she was told it was already paid for. heidi goforth posted the receipt she had from facebook. had a message from the woman in front of her. my son is in the air force. i can't buy him breakfast, so i bought yours. have a blessed day. in her face the kids, she said the woman's gesture touched her and she said the woman's son is so lucky to have a will mother who love him so much. a 3-d printer will help a man keep his right foot. what his cancer is in
aggression, it triggered other ailments which caused his bones today. it appeared his only option was amputation, but doctors at an arizona hustle utah 3-d printer to build him an ankle bone out of titanium, and in basic terms that acted like an standard ankle replacement. >> a second chance in having two normal legs and being able to walk and play with my kids and do everything that a normal person could do. >> doctors say that surgery is so new, they aren't sure how successful it will be, but he says the results of already exceeded his expectations. parents worry about their children playing too much time on video games, but in some extreme cases people can make a good living playing video games. last weekend, a 16-year-old from pennsylvania won $3 million at a gaming
championship. the competition was one example of the skyrocketing popularity of esports from shooting to sports games and multiplayer online battle. organizers said they can also help teens foster longtime friendships. >> you can join a team at your high school. i think it's over 60 colleges in this country that now have esports competitive programs. that the some of the biggest competitions have 100 million viewers, and most of the money comes from corporate sponsorships. today is the major-league baseball trade deadline. the open it is show they are buyers of the deadly after two different trades with kansas city royals. oakland has a half-game lead for that final wild-card spot. all of major league baseball seems to be watching the giants to see if they are going to be buyers or sellers. they have not shown which way the team is leaning so far. after starting off the month with one of the worst records in baseball, the team has become pretty hot. they are to in half games out of that final wild-card spot in the national league. the trade deadline is today at
1:00 this afternoon. the world series intermediate division, livermore will continue to the next 20 deliver moral trailed the team in new jersey, then tracked until the seventh inning until they tied at eight, and that sent the game into extra innings when livermore scored two runs. livermore place new mexico at noon. remembering the victims of the gilroy garlic festival , and the community is beginning to heal. we will also tell you how some people are being allowed back into the festival site. plus, a play to increase satisfaction for b.a.r.t. riders. >> reducing crowding, decreasing service, and a fully staffed board commute department. >> we sat down with the new bar general manager to learn more about his plan to fix the transit system. the bay area commuting and giving back to his community. how hannibal thompson is helping kids gear up for the school year. july is one of the longest mo