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>> we find ourselves at friday, thank you for joining us july 6 i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning i'm dave clark. i know who knows all about your weather. >> wasn't that a beautiful sunrise this morning? we have the clouds in place making it feel a little bit muggy for some. we have tropical storm fob io impacting the bay area giving us a look at san francisco across the bay the mid-and high- level clouds are bringing a little moisture, not expecting much rain. we are looking again at warmer weather and muggy weather for your afternoon today. this is a look at sfo, 61 degrees, 57 santa rosa, 60s in oakland with upper 60s in livermore and san jose with temperatures creeping up with the cloud coverage. there is fabio to the south and west with high-pressure over areas of baja in california and
also there is a low year where we are just in between that area. that is where we are getting all of this moisture coming this way. so the clouds are showing a little green as well with a little bit of moisture flow in place for today. clouds will be with us the entire day and we are looking at humid conditions. the wind is generally light reporting at 13 miles per hour with the southerly flow continuing today also bringing with it hazardous conditions for the local beaches so just be aware with the heightened danger for rip currents as well as sneaker waves. afternoon highs for today will be lower 80s for areas like novato, 70 san francisco, 80s and 90s for the inland locations with 75 over oakland and for the south bay 85 in san jose. temperatures will be climbing to the bay area weekend and we will look at those numbers
coming up. now let's get a check of the highways. we have a pretty good commute on this friday as a lot of people are taking the day off judging by the traffic. we do have light conditions on the richmond bridge approach, usually there is some slow traffic but currently it is light. driving on the eastshore freeway trying to get around the area it is also light. this is highway 4 at bay point where traffic is moderately heavy but it will not be stop in which is good. at the bay bridge toll plaza we are looking good from the east shore. unless there are any serious crashes getting in the way, the roads are looking good. now let's get back to the desk. new information about a public health advisory in contra costa county. this is a live look at the skyline near the shell refinery in martinez. there is an advisory remaining in effect mostly as a precaution as a team from shell is working to fix a faulty flyer. this
health advisory is for martinez. eye, nose or throat irritation may be possible for people with respiratory sensitivity but most people will not be affected. we will continue to monitor the situation bringing you developments. this morning we have a trade war between the world's two biggest economies, overnight the united states and china imposed tariffs on billions of dollars of goods, alyssa harrington is in the newsroom to tell us how the bay area will be affected and what economists are saying. >> these tariffs just went into effect and now we are watching to see how this will impact both countries. in the bay area the port of oakland will feel the impact because the port handles billions of dollars of international trade overseas. the biggest trade partner is trying to. 70,000 people depend on jobs from truck drivers to warehouse
workers. the director of the berkeley center for law and technology says china does export more to the united states but the u.s. could lose in other ways. >> there are areas where china has very competitive technology where we could be collaborating and they might decide we will do it with the europeans. >> the trump administration imposed a 25% tariff on $34 billion of chinese exports including auto parts, industrial equipment and medical devices, china vowed to strike back and impose its own terrorist on hundreds of u.s. products. the president has said he will impose tariffs on other goods in the coming weeks. live from the newsroom alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. scott pruitt has resigned as the director of the epa after months of controversy over his management and his use
of federal resources, in the resignation letter he wrote the unrelenting attacks on me personally, my family are unprecedented and have taken a toll on all of us. a dozen federal investigations focused on his spending habits first-class travel excessive security expense, use of employees for personal errands and questionable relationships with lobbyists. >> you do not want to give your opponent ammunition to use against you which he did.>> environmentalists have criticized pruitt for his support of oil companies. the epa under pruitt pushed back environmental protections such as strict fuel standards for cars and trucks and a rule targeting emissions from coal field powerplants. the deputy administrator andrew wheeler will become the acting administrator. he is a former chief of staff to republican oklahoma senator which is a noted climate change
skeptic, observers say that wheeler will carry out the same agenda as scott pruitt but is likely to stay under the radar. officials in thailand say that time is running out for the 12 boys and their soccer coach still trapped in a flooded cave and now one of the rescuers has died. a former thailand navy seal died over the mission to deliver oxygen canisters to the boys. the diver ran out of air when underwater. the weather is getting worse in thailand and oxygen levels in the cave are running lower. the kids ages 11 to 16 and their 25-year-old coach have been trapped for almost 2 weeks. meantime elon musk of tesla is sending a team of engineers to thailand to help with the rescue. they plan to see how they can help using his technologies including pumping water or providing heavy-duty battery packs. his boring company may also
help with its huge drills or excavation expertise but that might be too dangerous in this situation. there is no word on if those officials will accept his offer. drought conditions are being felt across the state. the drought monitor says 85% of california has abnormally dry or drought conditions. it also says most of eastern napa and lake counties are experiencing moderate drop of the press democrat reports reservoir levels are much better off than past summers. this is a look at the current drought conditions behind the state. most of northern california is yellow which is abnormally dry, some areas are darker in the orange and those are moderate drought. look at southern california, the far right bottom corner there are areas in red which indicates moderate to severe drought. at the very corner the bright red shows extreme drought conditions. excessive heat
watch for most of southern california today and then again tomorrow as the area faces a heat wave. temperatures in the valley, lower mountains and deserts are expected to be between 100 to degrees and 112 degrees. parts of the coast could reach around 100 degrees. officials are telling people to take extra precautions as of the heat and fire threat. if you're headed to the beach beware of high surf, the weather service has issued a beach hazard warning from sonoma to monterey county's through tomorrow afternoon. tropical storm fabio is causing big swells with the largest waves this morning but if you're headed to the coast look out for rip tides and other dangerous conditions. this morning we have new information about the biggest wildfire burning in california, just a little while ago cal fire announced the county fire
grew slightly overnight from 88,000 acres to 88,375 acres. it is also the containment going up from 33% to 37%. this is a fire east of the lake in parts of napa and yolo county's. meantime in lake county full containment is closer in the poni fire which started almost four weeks ago burning 15,000 acres. now it is 92% contained. they are hoping to fully contain it in the next day or two. there are 800 firefighters still cleaning up looking for hotspots. a fire on the birder -- border between california and oregon has closed southbound lanes of interstate 5 in the area. the southbound lanes will stay closed in ashland, oregon. there is no estimated time for reopening, the fire started yesterday afternoon forcing evacuations in the small town
of hornbrook. it has burned almost 8 square miles and currently it is 0% contained. funeral services will be held today for the oakland teenager at the center of a long legal battle regarding brain death. it will be at the gospel church in oakland and will be buried in mount eden cemetery. she was 13 years old when she suffered complications following a tonsillectomy in 2013 at the oakland children's hospital. she was declared brain-dead but her family sued and they were allowed to move her to new jersey. the family there can reject brain-dead diagnosis. last month she died from liver failure and a brain injury, her family has filed a malpractice lawsuit. the mta is taking away a left turn option on a busy san francisco street, the agency
will be getting rid of the left turn onto hayes street. it is a move to speed up bus travel, the change is part of a $360 million improvement project. the latest move leaving the street with just two left turn lanes, northbound at lumbar and southbound at broadway. police are increasing patrols in an area where a pedicab accident happened last week, last wednesday a car swerved into traffic and hit a pedicab traveling in the bike lane. a family was riding in the pedicab but have since been released from the hospital. the operator of the pedicab is suffering from critical injuries. san francisco police has announced they will be increasing patrols along the embarcadero for the summer, that is where christien kafton is this morning, we will bring him in for a live report later on. more possible problems for tesla. reports of a third active investigation opened up. a victory for the state of
california for now. a federal judge made a decision when it comes to the safe sanctuary state law. good morning, traffic is lighter than usual. if you're driving in san francisco, northbound 101 looks good approaching downtown. outside this morning we have cloud coverage that we do not typically see. there is tropical moisture moving through the bay area and i will tell you what to expect for today as well as into the bay area weekend, after the break.
investigating a complaint. cal osha opened the investigation in april after a report that the company misreported workplace injuries and failed to take safety measures at its factory in fremont. a federal judge in sacramento has upheld most of california's sanctuary laws. the judge ruled the state can legally limit cooperation within the agency and he rolled a state can examine detention centers where immigrants are being held but the judge said california cannot block private employers from allowing i.c.e. agents on their premises without a warrant. the usa government sued california in march saying that the law affected the ability of federal officers to do their jobs but in the ruling the judge said refusing to help is not the same as impeding. he is urging president trump and congress to set aside politics. democrats praised the decision from the judge.
>> the measure is constitutional. it passes legal muster. you have an attorney general, jeff sessions who is fixated and almost obsessed with immigrants and people of color over the rule of law. >> governor brown has said only congress can chart the path forward by rising above mindless artisan division and working together to solve the problem. bay area immigration activists continue to protest the trump immigration policies. members of the group occupy sf i.c.e. have been camped out in front of i.c.e. headquarters since early in the week, yesterday they blocked off part of washington street. the group says they want i.c.e. to be abolished. sal is right over there and by the way you have been doing a great job taking care of traffic. >> i think you are just saying that because the traffic is light. okay, you are right though.
looking at the traffic today, definitely it is a day when a lot of people have taken the day off it seems. either that or they're just not going to work now. the roads are light 880 northbound and southbound. also you can see traffic at the toll plaza which is the barometer to see what kind of day it is, it is light as you drive into san francisco. speaking of san francisco, there's traffic on the bridge moving well. on the san mateo bridge you are looking good, so the theme is unless we get a crash it is going to be a little bit slow here and there but for the most part it is a light commute. what about the weekend weather? we have a nice forecast for your weekend. warming up some and outside the door right now you may have noticed those mid and high- level clouds that came in last night providing with a beautiful sunrise this morning. for the day today mostly cloudy
skies as we have some moisture coming this way from tropical storm fabio. a little bit humid today with temperatures warming up slightly. and then saturday and sunday more so but this is going to be felt everywhere. the coast should be cool with localized onshore breeze but inside the bay and the inland communities will be warming up. also bringing a southerly swell so for the south facing beaches and most other beaches rip currents and sneaker waves have been heightened for today and tomorrow just something to be aware of. 66 walnut creek, 63 oakland, 60s in san francisco. in the south bay 67 mountain view. temperatures are up compared to yesterday morning with all the cloud coverage. afternoon highs for today are lower 80s for san rafael, low 80s to mid 80s over santa rosa and for the east bayshore mid- seventies to upper 70s from oakland san leandro and hayward. the inner east bay 90 degrees
in brentwood, 74 san francisco, 64 pacifica, 60 3/2 moon bay. the south bay locations are 85 for san jose, 88 in los gatos. this is a look at the extended forecast bumping up the numbers by about 5 degrees into the bay area saturday not a lot of change on sunday. temperatures will be cooling a little bit monday but all in all good looking weather in the forecast with 60s at the coast upper 70s at the bay with 90s inland. if you have a subscription to movie pass more changes are coming your way. the reason prices will now be based on the time of day. one of america's favorite sweet treats is coming to the south bay. where the newest dunkin' donuts store will be opening today.
want to hear, tell us i will get your requests from twitter facebook and instagram, just search for the hashtag ktvu. >> 7:22. there is hope for patients of alzheimer's and their families. >> for more on that and the trade war between u.s. and china, let's go to pam cook in the studio with "dollars & sense". >> that is the big story this morning as we have been reporting china retaliated with tariffs on imports from the u.s. which was expected after the trump administration began imposing tariffs on chinese imports overnight. the chinese foreign ministry says new tariffs take effect immediately and will affect billions of dollars worth of machinery and components that go into finished goods made in the u.s. that means any factors will have to pay more for parts and equipment. analysts speculate the businesses will pass the increase onto consumers and it
will also affect how competitive the companies are with other countries. will continue to watch that. back to the alzheimer's disease, when the opening bell rang bio jen stock jumped 13%, the company announced success with its new drug, the company out of massachusetts. checking in on the broad market they were set to be headed lower with the trade war news but the jobs report came in which is offsetting. it was better than expected and this is a live look at the dow down 15 points. 24,341 and the s&p 500 is up .25% and the nasdaq up .5%. so they are all getting help from the latest jobs report just released this morning, the labor department says that 213,000 jobs were added last month, more than expected. that is a sign of confidence
from employers despite the start of a trade war with china. the report says the unemployment rate has risen from 3.8% to 4% so that was higher than expected. maple powdered or glazed? hard to beat the smell of hot freshly baked donuts in the morning. dunkin' donuts has opened up its first shop in san jose. located near blossom hill road and oak grove high school, the doors will open today and it is part of the bay area expansion for the company. first walnut creek in 2016 followed by half moon bay, american canyon, south san francisco and fremont. so dunkin' donuts is doing well. jesse gary will report live from the new dunkin' donuts in the next hour. movie pass subscribers, you may have to pay more to see popular movies at certain times. the monthly movie subscription service will be adding a peak
pricing surcharge, subscribers will be charged 2 to 6 dollars more to watch popular movies at popular times. movies affected will have a red lightning icon above the showtime. speaking of movies, very interesting this week. typically it is slow but record numbers are coming in because of the heat wave across the country. >> get to the air conditioning. >> with the world cup it was down, the fourth of july and all that but people are beating the heat. that is good news for the movies in the theaters. 7:26. a light show powered by drones. you will see the unique fourth of july display that came one day late. san francisco police are setting up to step up traffic enforcement. it is a light commute with
a good day on highway four, coming up toward concord. a pretty good forecast for the weekend, we are waking up with clouds and it is a little humid today. i will explain that and check in on your temperatures, coming up. if yyou need to stay downeaway from it. call 911. let our first responders come out and handle it. police and fire will respond as well as pg&e. pg&e will make the scene safe. ♪
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across the bay or from san francisco. you will notice the clouds. you may have noticed the sunset last night or the sunrise this morning all compliments of the clouds that are coming all the way from tropical storm fabio. 61 in san francisco now. santa rosa 57, 60s in oakland livermore and san jose in the upper 60s. a lot warmer than 24 hours ago because of the cloud coverage. 13 in concord, nine in hayward and sand carlos nine. into the afternoon today we are continuing with the local seabreeze onshore and the rest of us have a bearable wind. this is the cloud coverage across northern and central california and there's even green indicating the added moisture to the area. we do not expect any rain or thunderstorms for the higher elevations but it is feeling a little bit muggy especially inland. 70 in san francisco, mid-70s oakland, 85 south bay, to the
north bay 83 santa rosa and the east bay 80s to 90 degrees, concord livermore and antioch. temperatures are climbing into saturday and sunday. we will look at your extended forecast coming up in a little bit. now let's get a check on the highways. good morning, we have a commute that is going to be very nice today on this friday. the lightest day of the week perhaps second to the fourth of july when there was no traffic but right now it looks like another holiday at the bay bridge. it is looking very good at the east bay freeway and the san mateo bridge traffic is quite light. the dumbarton bridge is looking good. the silicon valley commute is light, there is no slow traffic here and into the santa cruz mountains we are good. this is a live look at 280 san jose moving well. now let's get back to the desk. a public health advisory is in effect for the martinez and
pacheco areas mostly as a precaution as a team from shell is working to fix a faulty flyer at the refinery. eye nose or throat irritation may be possible for people with respiratory sensitivity. most people should not be affected, we will continue to monitor the situation and bring you developments. china retaliated against the u.s. overnight imposing tariffs on some u.s. imports after the usa imposed new tariffs on $34 billion in chinese imports, the chinese foreign ministry says the new tariffs start immediately but did not give details on which products would be impacted. china said they would target everything from soybeans to electric cars. the chief of the environmental protection agency, scott pruitt has resigned, he had been investigated for ethics scandals including questions about spending on travel, security cost, dealings with lobbyists and alleged misuse of government resources.
san francisco police are stepping up patrols in an area where a reckless driver hit a pedicab operator. christien kafton is on the embarcadero with more on the increased police presence and police say this is not actually connected to the crash from last month. >> reporter: good morning, san francisco police are stepping up enforcement in the area of the embarcadero because of the influx of visitors. we have been watching as vehicles have been speeding to the area and we have watched cyclists run through red lights. just over one week ago this was the area where the driver of a gold honda civic caused a chain reaction crash landing a family of four in the hospital leaving a pedicab operator injured. he is still hospitalized. the family was treated and released. the examiner reports san francisco police are increasing patrols in the area looking for
reckless drivers. the traffic division including motorcycle units will be closely watching the area watching for reckless drivers and writing tickets. we were able to flag down a cyclist and he told us what he will see drivers do on his commute.>> i see them use the shoulder to run red lights. they just do not feel like stopping on their way to work. >> is a dangerous? >> yes. >> reporter: police have said the increased patrols are in response to the influx of tourists that have come into the area over the summer. police are looking for any information about that recap incident. they were able to pull some pictures of the suspect vehicle but they are hoping there is more video or that witnesses know about the car or its driver. coming back out to this live look, you can see how busy the intersection is. this is the embarcadero where samson and
chestnut come together. there are a lot of moving parts in the area with a lot of lanes going from 3 to 2. vehicles are speeding in the area, sometimes cyclists ignore the rules and run through red lights or stop signs. there are a lot of moving parts and that is why this could be one of the more dangerous areas for people to cycle or walk or drive through. live from san francisco christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you christien kafton. police in antioch are investigating a shooting from yesterday morning where one woman was killed and another was injured at a home on delta fair boulevard, the victim's were 55 and 28, one of the women died at the scene and the other was taken to the hospital but we do not know her condition. >> they are very nice people from when i met them. they have a little boy and sometimes he would come out on his bicycle.
but it was really sad. i hope they catch them. >> there have been no arrests made and there is no word of any suspects. please call antioch police with any information. a man was accused of shooting and killing a security guard on monday and is now facing murder in san francisco. cardell mason coleman appeared in court yesterday, he is being held without bail in connection to the shooting in the bayview district. the security guard who was killed from hayward was taken to san francisco general hospital where he was pronounced dead. he worked for stars & stripes protective services. police have not given a motive for the shooting. police from yuba city are looking for a woman and her 11-month-old son, they left the hospital when the little boy tested positive for drugs. pictures of the 38-year-old and her baby came out of the hospital after the baby suffered a medical emergency but she left after the drug
test with the iv attached. anyone with information is urged to call yuba city police. danville police confirmed the drowning of a teenager at san ramon valley high was an accident. there is no evidence that the 15-year-old try to kill himself as some speculated early on. the county coroner reached the same conclusion last month when he was found unresponsive may 8 after swim class, police also said there are no signs of foul play. a man from antioch may be in the hospital for many months after a fireworks explosion badly injured his hands and eye. the family of the 33-year-old says that he found fireworks possibly a roman candle in a trash dumpster and he lit it likely out of curiosity. it then exploded blowing off parts of all five fingers on his left hand, part of his right thumb and he was hit in
the eye by shrapnel.>> it caught my attention instantly. i looked outside and all i could see was the smoke. a cloud of smoke coming to the office and i said that is my parking lot. so i looked outside and saw that. >> the man who is married with two young daughters will need several surgeries on both hands. police are searching for a driver who threw fireworks at a woman and injured her on the fourth of july. the 20-year-old woman was standing on the corner of fulton street in the panhandle neighborhood, that is when a man pulled up in a car throwing fireworks at her, they then went off injuring her left foot. she was taken to the hospital and treated with non-life- threatening injuries. in the community in san jose people living there say the city is not doing enough to stop illegal fireworks shows like this one.
on the fourth of july more than 1800 complaints of illegal fireworks were logged with the city as neighbors worried about fires. the parties are investigating if it was fireworks that caused small grass fires wednesday night. travis air force base used drones to celebrate independence day. 500 drones lit up the night sky, the show was supposed to happen on the fourth of july but was delayed because of the wind. the drones are quiet with led lights that are synchronized to music.>> moving synchronized through the air to make impressive shapes. it is something people are not used to seeing.>> overall it was pretty impressive. for the electronics and all of that, i liked it. >> the same drone is flown at the olympics, coachella and in las vegas. the shows are shorter but more expensive but they are
considered to be safer because there is no danger that they will start the fires. a real tragedy in thailand and the rescue attempt to save a group of young boys and their soccer coach who are trapped in a flooded cave. coming up at 8:00, what a local scuba instructor says will be the biggest challenge. president trump is narrowing down his shortlist for the supreme court. we will look at the potential front runners today. traffic is moving along pretty well today but we have not had many glitches as we look at the macarthur maze and the bridge you can see traffic is moving well. outside the doors we have a lot of clouds in place making us feel humid as we get into this friday. a check on what to expect outside now and for the rest of the weekend, coming up.
welcome back to "mornings on 2", new this morning, mike pompeo the secretary of state is now in north korea. is first trip since the meeting between president trump and kim jong-un. they will be going over specifics of the commitment kim jong-un made at the summit and he will try to dispel growing skepticism about how serious north korea is about giving up its nuclear arsenal. we are days away from a new nominee for the supreme court and there is a new favorite, president trump has narrow down the selection to four candidates. doug luzader takes a deeper look at the process and the upcoming senate fight. >> for the president it is not about coming up with a pick
against democrats it is finding someone that conservatives can unite behind. the president at a boisterous rally in montana last night making the announcement that is three days away. >> if you turn in monday at 9:00 i think you will be happy with this. >> the president had been considering seven candidates for the high court that we know of sticking to a list of potential nominees he put forward during the 2016 campaign. of the seven, three are now considered front runners. they are all federal appellate court judges. brett kavanaugh, raymond kethledge and amy coney barrett. amy coney barrett would be the most controversial, someone who has already sparred with democrats during nominations. brett kavanaugh has plenty of experience but he is based in washington so that could work against him. so it is raymond kethledge who might be emerging as the front runner among front runners,
somebody who might be able to win widespread conservative support. >> the rumor and the buzz is that as of now, today the president really hit it off with raymond kethledge and he could be the new front runner.>> the one thing that these three potential front runners have in common is their relative youth, the oldest among them is 53 so this is a decision that could have a lasting impact. from washington doug luzader, fox news. quick good morning to frank mallicoat in the newsroom as we look ahead. >> good morning. happy friday everyone, now coming up in the next hour we know that san francisco has some of the highest rents in the country but what about in the world? coming up the new study that shows how the city by the bay compares to other countries across the globe and another bay area location that made the top five. a big day as ice
cube is bringing the big three basketball league to open. coming up ice cube joins us live onset with all the action to be off tonight. so it is a great day we hope you will join us and we will see you at 8:00. sal i can see you write there because you know what is happening on the commute. >> that is right. i keep looking up and i am presently -- pleasantly surprised by the commute we have light traffic moving along well with very few crashes. let's go to the richmond bridge as we start here you can see traffic moving well on interstate 580 getting on the bridge moving over to san rafael. when you get over to san rafael traffic is moving along nicely. this is a look at central san rafael, south bend 101 from novato to san rafael we have a nice drive all the way from southern marin and the golden gate bridge. highway 24 is good through lafayette and 680 through
walnut creek headed up to the tunnel in oakland. the bay bridge toll plaza is light with no major issues. san mateo bridge is also looking good headed out to the peninsula. notice that in all my traffic shots we are overcast. >> yes, clouds and more clouds. not the low clouds and fog that we typically get because we have mid and high-level clouds sticking around for today coming all the way from tropical storm fabio bringing moisture. so it is a bit humid. this is a look at sfo where we don't have any low clouds and fog to bring delays for the arriving flights. so there are no delays when it comes to the weather. 61 san francisco, 57 in santa rosa, 60s in oakland livermore and san jose. temperatures are a lot warmer this morning and you may notice that stepping outside of by 13 in concord, seven oakland, five
santa rosa with a southerly flow in place. also, a south swell bringing heightened danger when it comes to the beaches. the rip current and the sneaker waves, all of that for the beaches but especially the south facing beaches like santa cruz and stinson beach. that is for today and tomorrow. so this is the radar and satellite where there is cloud coverage and there is a look at the green meaning the added moisture is in place. there is no rain in the forecast and we do not expect any thunderstorms in the hills which is good news. so we are not going to see any of that for today but we will feel muggy and warm in some spots. 89 livermore, 87 concord, into the north bay 83 in santa rosa. mid-seventies in oakland, 70 in san francisco and in the south bay 85 san jose then along the coast 64 pacifica, santa cruz lower 70s.
this is a look at the extended forecast where we are warmer as we get into the bay area saturday and sunday. holding steady with mid-90s for the inland cities with lower 80s around the bay. notice that the coast remains cool with the onshore breeze sticking around. monday and tuesday only subtle changes but yes i think today folks will notice we are feeling a little tropical. a different feel. 7:49, a new documentary about the north bay wildfires. coming up we will tell you when is going to premier. plus, in the south bay white supremacist messages. why it is happening and why it might be part of a growing trend.
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♪ >> is old-school hip-hop on friday morning traffic jams. i want to thank julie for requesting this song and of course you know that we will have ice cube visiting us coming up that is what inspired the traffic jams today. tell me what song you want to hear just use our hashtag. 7:52, a country music band says they are being punished for being patriotic.
>> ♪ >> that is the west cook band they say that facebook try to censor their song, i stand for the flag. they were able to post a video but algorithms blocked the paid promotion on facebook, facebook investigated and reversed the online restriction that blocks political posts saying that after looking again we determined this does not need the label. facebook says it will keep working to improve its policies. for the second time in two weeks a south bay city is doing with white supremacist posters, they were found plastered around saratoga, on the fourth of july. one sign says keep america american with a subheader reading report any and all illegal aliens, they are not immigrants. they are criminals and that references a website that channels white supremacist ideology and it is associated
with another white supremacist from texas. >> it is offensive and has no place anywhere but especially in a community. the irony it was independence day. very unwelcoming harsh and unnecessary. >> whoever put up the sign will face a fine of $100 for each offense. a local golf coach under arrest under suspicion of molesting young students, the 52-year-old kenny kim is in custody on eight felony counts of sexual assault, the victims are girls who were coached by kim. he was an instructor at country drive golf center and he coached at other courses throughout the area. today is the start of the quarterfinals in the world cup, france faces uruguay in the first match, minutes ago friends scored on a free kick. the ball was headed in. france is leading at halftime.
"mornings on 2" remain here on ktvu fox 2 news today but to watch france against uruguay we have it for you on fs 1 and then at 11:00 this time brazil and belgium will battle it out and that is also on fs 1. we would like to invite you to the upcoming world cup parties at the civic center plaza. ktvu will be emceeing the semi finals on the 10th and 11th and then the finals on the 15th. the big three the professional basketball league will be coming to oakland's oracle arena featuring hall of famer's and former nba champions including baron davis, world peace and amari stoudemire. one ticket gets you in to see all eight teams. gary payton will be coaching the three headed monsters, the team made it to the championship last year. coming up we are very excited to welcome ice cube himself to
the studios. we will talk more about big3. again live at oracle arena beginning at 5:00 in the evening. go there in person or watch it live from the best seat in the house right here on ktvu fox 2 news. we have ticket information on our website and you can watch evening newscasts over on ktvu plus. is california headed for another drought? coming up, we are looking at conditions around the state and the concerns. good news for doughnut lovers, we will go live to the new dunkin' donuts opening up in the south bay today.
are we headed toward another drought? a look at the conditions across california and the impact the recent wildfires have had. rescue attempt continue for the young boys trapped in a cave in thailand. what will be the biggest challenge if they try to swim out? >> this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> good morning one and all welcome back and happy friday
i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. mike mibach and steve paulson are enjoying the day off. >> hopefully they are inland because it is warm inland, along the coast a little cool and breezy with this microclimate pattern in place. more on that in a moment but first look at the cloud coverage outside at this moment. coming from us via tropical storm fabio. we have high pressure over the south and to the north low- pressure and that circulation is helping to pull it into the bay area. so today the mid-and high-level clouds continue to spill in and we have a little bit of green, but we do not expect any rain although it will be feeling a little bit tropical with the humid air in the forecast. 69 in livermore, 65 oakland, 64 napa, 61 san francisco. with all the cloud coverage we are definitely off to a warm start.
a look at the forecast for hayward, 60s and then by lunchtime low to mid 70s with upper 70s for the second part of the day. 80 degrees over fremont, 80 mountain view, lower 80s in the north bay, inner east bay near 90 and areas like livermore and antioch are 90. temperatures will be climbing into saturday. a look at those numbers coming up in a little bit. now let's check the highways. right now we have a very nice commute for monday morning did i say monday morning? it is friday. i think my brain went on holiday. it is friday and currently it looks like a sunday because it is light. something to caution you about is that it might not be light this evening as people try to get out of town and some people are trying to get the most of the weekend. just be aware of that this afternoon but currently there are no issues on 880 northbound
and southbound and then traffic on 580 looks good. most of the commute is looking very light, the san mateo bridge, dunbarton bridge and all the bridges including the silicon valley commute in case your turn to get to cupertino in the west valley things are looking good, 280 is moving well and the caltrain is on time. a trade war between the u.s. and china has some economists worried about the fallout, overnight the trump administration imposed a tariff on $34 billion of chinese exports, china responded by slapping taxes on u.s. products. alyssa harrington is live from the newsroom talking about the impact this could have. >> some worry that a full- fledged trade war could push the country into recession. from farmers to car manufacturers could all be impacted. that is because the tariffs affect agricultural products and industrial equipment that would raise the cost of a pressure cooker at a chick-fil- a. consumers could see higher
prices, some companies might have to lay off workers. the tariffs are meant to pressure china as president trump accused china of using predatory tactics and theft of american intellectual property. the chinese ministry of commerce accused the white house of igniting the biggest report in economic history, the ripple effect could be felt in the bay area.>> china is the largest trading partner with the port of oakland. our exporters and importers are concerned about the potential effect of a trade war.>> the port of oakland has handled billions of dollars of trade with china. the port supports more than 70,000 jobs from truck drivers to warehouse workers. the president is taking a hard stand on this saying he is prepared to impose tariffs on $550 billion of chinese exports which exceeds the number shipped to the u.s. last year. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2
news. scott pruitt resigned as head of the epa after months of controversy over management and his use of federal resources. in the resignation letter pruitt wrote the unrelenting personal attacks on me and my family are unprecedented and have taken a toll on all of us. more than a dozen federal investigators focused on his spending habits, travel, excessive security expenses, use of employees for personal errands and questionable relationships with lobbyists. >> you do not want to give your opponents ammunition to use against you which he did. >> environmentalists criticized pruitt for supporting oil companies and his questioning of climate change. at the epa pruitt pushed back and ruled -- remove ruling on strict emissions rules. deputy
administrator andrew wheeler will become the acting epa administrator, he is a former coal industry lobbyist and a former chief of staff to oklahoma senator james ein hoff who is a climate change skeptic. observers say that wheeler is expected to carry out the same agenda as pruitt. thailand officials say that time is running out for the 12 boys and their soccer coach who are trapped in a flooded cave. one of the rescuers has now died, the former navy seal died during an overnight mission trying to deliver oxygen canisters to the boy. authorities say the weather is getting worse and oxygen levels in the cave are running low. the children 11 to 16 and their 25-year-old coach have been trapped for almost 2 weeks. elon musk is sending a team of engineers to thailand to help in the rescue. they plan to see how they can help using musk technology.
the tunneling startup company, the boring company could also potentially help with massive drills or excavation expertise but those methods might be too dangerous in this situation. no word on if officials will accept the offer. we talked with a longtime scuba instructor and bay area of a scuba company in burlingame about the situation, yesterday scott jackson told us how challenging it would be to teach the young boys to dive. >> there would have to teach them really strong and in-depth things in a short period of time and make sure the children mentally are completely ready because they have to swim out 1.2 miles underwater. that is a long time so that would probably have multiple tanks for each person. in order to do it right. >> jackson says the six hour trek to get out of the cave is why crews are preparing to
place oxygen tanks along the route. he says the most important thing is the hardest to teach and that is getting the boys to remain calm. this morning we have new information on the largest wildfire burning in the state, cal fire has announced the county fire grew overnight from 88,000 to 88,375 acres. containment went up from 33% to 37%. the fire is in parts of napa county and yolo county. meantime full containment is close in the pawnee fire from lake county which has burned 15,000 acres. it is 92% content, crews hope to fully contain the fire in the next day or two. there are more than 800 firefighters mopping up and patrolling for hotspots. a local filmmaker is getting ready to debut a new documentary about the north bay fires, the movie called the urban inferno.
the night that santa rosa burned will be on july 19 at the roxy stadium in santa rosa. dr. stephen seeger tells the story on how he and his neighbors were forced to flee their homes to escape the deadly flames on october 9. proceeds will be donated to local fire related charities. drought conditions are being felt across the state. the drought monitor says 85% of the state has abnormally dry or drought conditions. most of eastern napa and lake county are experiencing moderate drought but the press democrat reports reservoir levels are much better off than past summers. look at the current drought conditions in the state. most of northern california in yellow is abnormally dry, some areas are in orange indicating moderate drought. look at southern california where most areas are in a moderate to severe state. at the very bottom of the state, at the bottom right corner of the screen you will
see extreme drought indicated and that is highlighted in red. there is an excessive heat watch for most of southern california today and tomorrow as the area faces a heat wave. valley temperatures and the mountains as well as desert locations are expected to be up to 112 degrees in southern california. parts of the coast could reach 100 degrees. officials are telling people to take extra precautions because of the increased heat. if you're headed to the beach beware of high surf, there is a beach hazard warning from sonoma to monterey county through tomorrow afternoon. tropical storm fabio is causing the big swells and the largest waves are expected this morning but if you are headed to the coast look out for rip tides and other dangerous conditions. funeral services will be held today for jahi mcmath, the oakland teenager at the center of the long legal battle regarding brain death, the funeral is at the full gospel church in oakland with
her burial in mount even -- eden cemetery. she followed complications following a tonsillectomy at children's hospital. she was declared brain-dead but her family sued and she was allowed to move to new jersey where families can reject a brain-dead diagnosis. the family says she died last month from liver failure and a brain injury stemming from the tonsillectomy. the family has now filed a malpractice lawsuit. san francisco police are increasing patrols where a pedicab accident happened last week. wednesday a car swerved in and out of traffic and then hit a pedicab traveling in a bike lane, the family was riding in the cab and was injured. the examiner reports the pedicab operator is still suffering from critical injuries. the san francisco police department has announced it is increasing patrols along the embarcadero for the summer.
christien kafton is on the embarcadero and we will bring him for a live report coming up. the san francisco mta is taking away another left turn option on a busy street. the agency is getting rid of the left turn onto hayes street to speed up bus travel. it is part of a $360 million improvement project, this leaves the street with just two left turns, one northbound and one southbound. >> that street is a pain to get off. coming up next, an antioch mechanic needs several hand surgeries. we will show you what happened after he found a discarded firework. two bay area cities are being named the most expensive places to rent in the world. find out which cities are topping the list. if you are driving this morning, you will find the commute is doing very well. this is coming out to the
macarthur maze and driving toward the bay bridge. a warm tropical feel in the air for today. i will explain why and i will bring you your temperatures for the weekend, coming up. ( ♪ ) pixar pier has arrived! prepare to be awed. prepare to be moved. prepare to make a mad dash... ( ♪ ) ...because with the incredicoaster, pixar pal-a-round, and a bunch of your favorite pixar characters, it's going to be pretty incredible. pixar pier is now open! only at disney california adventure park.
two donuts. or to beat the smell. malthus are watering in the south bay, dunkin' donuts opened its first shop in san jose located near oak grove high school and part of the bay area expansion. there was walnut creek in 2016 followed by shops in half moon bay, american canyon, south san francisco and fremont. jesse gary will be reporting live from the new store in 20 minutes and we will see how long the lines are. 8:15, we have been reporting on skyrocketing rent in san francisco and now they are actually the highest in the world, a study ranked the average rent in 540 cities around the world using data from a website that tracks the cost of living. san francisco came out on top with an average of $3500 per month for all apartments. from the studio to the big ones. hamilton, bermuda is second at
$3400, manhattan was third at $3000. san jose was number four. the average rent $2500 a month. >> that is why we are moving to montana. right? >> we could have mornings on montana. >> right, live from big sky country. today the commute in the bay area has actually been okay. we have not seen a lot, just how we like it. nice and quiet, i'm sure it has to do with the holiday on wednesday. as you can see traffic is nice and easy, this is interstate 880 n. and south. we have not seen any big slowdowns at all this morning. certainly there are people out but things are looking good with a couple of things here and there but even in the silicon valley things are okay. now for the weekend weather get to rosemary orozco.
we have a warming trend for the next few days and outside the doors we have some added development. notice the clouds overhead coming from tropical storm which means we will be feeling tropical on friday. 60 degrees at sfo, 61 santa rosa, 60s in oakland, upper 60s livermore and had no -- san jose with a mild start. locking in the heat from yesterday with those clouds and again there is a look at the subtropical moisture moving into the bay area. all of the cloud coverage from northern california through central california and you can even see a lot of green. that is all adding moisture to the bay area. we do not expect any rain out of it but we are definitely feeling warm and humid especially for inland communities. at the coast cooler with the onshore breeze so perhaps not so much for you but again this will be with us for today. partly sunny to mostly cloudy.
a look at the forecast for the east bayshore with 60s over the next few hours and then for lunch time low to mid 70s with upper 70s for the second part of the day. the sun is setting at 835, 69 degrees at 8:00 so it is mild with 75 in oakland. 80 degrees in napa, 81 novato, 70 san francisco, 64 pacifica. 90 degrees in antioch and brentwood, mid-80s san jose, thinking about heading over to tahoe? we have great weather for saturday and sunday, partly cloudy mostly clear with temperatures starting cool in the 40s but by the afternoon mid-80s and the forecast for both days. here at home temperatures are climbing to the 60s currently at the coast so we have the seabreeze sticking around keeping us in the 80s for the bayside communities. low 90s for the inland cities and that is for tomorrow and the next day then slightly cooler monday.
we also have a southerly surge on the coast line for the beaches. rip currents and sneaker waves will be there. >> that is what i love about the bay area, just drive 10 minutes if you don't like the weather. there is more trouble for tesla, what we are now learning about investigations into the electric car company.
>> this is where i disagree with ice cube, i like that breakfast but we can agree to disagree. that was requested by chris, thank you. it is traffic jams, i pick your request by searching for the hashtag on social media. facebook, twitter and instagram just use the hashtag ktvu. 8:22, there are new troubles for tesla at several reports say that cal osha has opened up another investigation. cal osha would not reveal but confirmed to the business insider agency last month it began looking into a complaint so ktvu look at enforcement records and found three current investigations.
cal osha looked into tesla april after allegations the company misreported workplace injuries and failed to take safety measures in fremont. mike pompeo is now in north korea, his first trip since the summit between president trump and kim jong-un. mike pompeo is there to talk about commitments that kim jong- un made to denuclearization. he will try to dispel growing skepticism over how seriously north korea is taking giving up its nuclear arsenal. president trump will announce his nominee for the supreme court monday and there is a new favorite. the president has narrow down the list to three front runners, all are federal appellate judge -- court judges. amy coney barrett has faced off with democrats during a nomination fight already, brett kavanaugh is in washington which could work against him. it does appear raymond kethledge is the front runner among front runners. >> the rumor and the buzz is
that as of now, today the president really hit it off with raymond kethledge. he could be the new front runner. >> one thing that they have in common is their relative youth, the oldest is 53 so this is a decision that could have a lasting impact on the court. in a blow to the trump administration, a judge in sand -- sacramento has held most of the century laws in california. the judge ruled the state can legally limit cooperation with immigration agents and he ruled the state can examine detention centers where immigrants are being held but california cannot block private employers from allowing i.c.e. officials on their premises without a warrant. the federal government sued california in march saying that their laws affect the ability of federal immigration officers to do their jobs. in the ruling the judge says refusing to help is not the
same as impending.>> the measure is constitutional. it passes legal muster. you have an attorney general jeff sessions who is fixated and almost obsessed with immigrants and people of color. just over the rule of law. >> governor brown issued a statement that reads only congress can chart the path forward by rising above mindless partisan divisions and working together to solve the problem. not exacerbate it. a bay area immigration activist is protesting the comp administration immigration policy. members of the group occupy san francisco i.c.e. have been camped out in front of headquarters in san francisco since monday, yesterday they blocked off part of washington street with signs. they want i.c.e. to be abolished. pope francis is celebrating a special mass for migrants calling attention to their plight inviting them to the vatican. europe and the united states
are closing the doors on them. several migrant support groups will be at the intimate mass marking the fifth anniversary of the pope visit to a sicilian island that for years was a primary destination of migrants smuggled from the country. happy reunions for pet owners whose animals ran off during the fourth of july celebrations but some were not so lucky. what you should do. police stepping a patrol in a busy part of san francisco. why the pedicab accident last week actually has nothing to do with the changes. on your way to the silicon valley the commute is good from downtown san jose into cupertino and sunnyvale. we will tell you more about the morning commute when we come back. we are warming up for the weekend, that in addition to a lot of cloud coverage in place today making it feel a little bit humid. i will have the details on this, coming up.
this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> welcome back to "mornings on 2" on this friday i'm gasia mikaelian. >> happy friday i'm frank mallicoat and it is the most important forecast of the week because it is the weekend. let's get over to rosemary. any weekend is a good weekend, this weekend we have warmer weather with inland temperatures hitting up but along the coastline we have 60s. there is a microclimate pattern in place for the first full weekend of july. at sfo we don't have the clouds so those arriving flights will not be delayed. 60 degrees san francisco, 61 santa rosa, 60s in oakland, upper 60s in livermore and san jose. the numbers are up by 5 to 15 degrees from yesterday because of the cloud coverage. take a look at what is embedded in the cloud coverage. moisture with clouds coming from
tropical storm fabio and we have humid weather for today so it is warmer inland and we are looking at tropical storm fabio bringing the cloud coverage for the entire day. partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies even in the afternoon and evening. providing us with a good sunset last night and this morning a gorgeous sunrise. again just a lot of cloud coverage. we do not expect any rain or thunderstorms in the hills. temperatures will be mild and warm for the east bayshore with upper 70s near 84 today and then closer to sunset at 8:00 we are sliding back to the upper 60s. 80 degrees in napa, 70 san francisco, 79 hayward, 90 degrees for the hotter spots like antioch and brentwood with 80s in the san jose area. temperatures are climbing more into the weekend and we will look at those numbers coming up. it is 8:30 now let's check the highways. good morning,
traffic is lighter today and obviously people have taken the weekend already at least enough people have so if you're driving to san francisco it is looking good. driving into downtown san francisco, northbound 101 approaching the 80 split traffic is moving well and driving from hayward to union city it is a nice drive all the way to the silicon valley. the commute is looking good with the trains traveling on normal schedule without a lot of crowding. now let's get back to the desk. a public health advisory in effect for the martinez and pacheco areas in contra costa county, workers are trying to fix a problem with a compressor. eye nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people, but most should not be affected. china retaliated against the united states imposing tariffs on u.s. imports after the u.s. imposed tariffs on $34 billion in chinese imports.
the foreign ministry in china says the tariffs will take effect immediately but have not gave details on which products will be affected, china says they will target a wide array of items. the chief of the epa has resigned, scott pruitt had been investigated for ethics scandals including questions about spending on travel security costs, industry lobbyist dealings and alleged misuse of government resource. san francisco police are out in force looking for traffic infractions in the same spot where he hit and run driver injured a pedicab driver last week. christien kafton joins us live from the embarcadero to talk about the increased police presence. so have you noticed a difference on the streets? >> reporter: yes we have, we have been here since 5:00 this morning and we have seen a lot of heavy activity. there is a lot of traffic along the embarcadero and really i would say in the last 30 minutes we have seen a marked
increase in the number of police patrols in the area including this incident. we have video for you where we saw a police cruiser pulled over a car. they did confirm it was a traffic infraction but they did not say why they were pulling over the black sedan. at the same time we were watching that, another cruiser was on the other side of the embarcadero. police are stepping up patrols because of the influx of visitors this summer. just over one week ago the driver of a gold honda civic caused a chain reaction crash landing a family of four in the hospital leaving a pedicab operator injured. the operator kevin manning is still hospitalized, the family was treated and released. now the examiner reports police are increasing patrols in the area looking for reckless drivers. sf pdfs traffic division will be keeping a careful eye on the area watching for reckless drivers.
we were able to flag down a cyclist who told us what he has seen drivers doing on his commute. >> i will see them use the shoulder to run red lights. they do not feel like stopping on their way to work i guess. >> is it dangerous out there? >> yes. >> san francisco police say that the increased patrols are in response to the influx of tourists that have come to the area. police are still looking for any information about the pedicab incident. they were able to pull some pictures of the gold honda civic suspect vehicle but they are hoping there is more video out there or that a witness who knows about the car or driver will step forward. we will continue to monitor but in the last 45 minutes as the commute started picking up we saw an increase in the number of police vehicles patrolling the area. live from san francisco christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news.
a man from antioch may spend several months in the hospital after a fireworks explosion injured his hand and eye. the 33-year-old francisco alfaro found fireworks in a trash dumpster and then lit it. it exploded blowing off parts of all five fingers of his left hand and right thumb. he was also hit in the eye by shrapnel. >> it caught my attention instantly like a big bomb. i looked outside and saw a cloud of smoke coming to the office. that was my parking lot so i looked outside. >> alfaro who is married with two young daughters is an auto mechanic. he will need several surgeries. in the south bay people in the community in san jose say that the city is not doing enough to stop illegal fireworks.>> over the years
this has become a popular place in santa clara for people to set off illegal fireworks, the city has received 1800 complaints from residents who are concerned over fires. investigators are looking into several small grass fires from wednesday. in san bruno police arrested 25 people for illegal fireworks, the violators were fined $1000. police arrested five people in oakland for having illegal fireworks. in santa cruz deputies issued 15 citations and confiscated hundreds of fireworks. some people in sacramento are looking for their pets that ran away after being scared by the fireworks. yesterday the front street animal shelter was carrying for a number of dogs they found after they ran away from home because of information programs free micro-chipping and id tags there were fewer strays. >> more and more people are aware and as a result perhaps
we won't hate the fourth of july. >> although there were many reunions yesterday, some dog owners are looking for their lost pets. shelter workers say do not give up, even if you visited all of the shelters after the first few days keep checking. some people will find them and take them in without notifying animal control. there is a line out the door at the newest south bay donut shop and people are lining up for more than just the doughnuts. jesse gary is live in san jose where i imagine coffee is a big draw as well. >> reporter: have you had dunkin' donuts before? >> i never had. never had a donut or the coffee. >> that is a shame. i am starting to take the order to figure out what everybody wants. i will send the bill to you. we are live from oak grove in san jose and we mentioned there
is a line out the door. this is part of the line snaking around to the corner. or up to the counter and also there is a line outside through the drive through. so it is as crowded as all get out. as i come around the corner look, dunkin' donuts. coffees and smoothies and everything. the doors open at 6:00. the grand opening will be the 14th but today is the first day for business. they will go until 9:00 tonight. wait a minute. put in a chocolate frosted. one chocolate with sprinkles. dave i will just do a quick interview here. excuse me how are you? can you tell me what the lord of this is? >> i used to eat this in florida. they have good coffee and good
doughnuts.>> gasia mikaelian is interested in the coffee. why is it good? >> it just tastes good. is a different choice than starbucks. >> okay excellent. what is your name? >> my name is katie. >> okay have a good morning. let's talk to the man who made this possible because he owns 10 dunkin' donuts in connecticut. this is ray. you already own 10 stores and as we said dunkin' donuts is huge on the east coast. why expand to california? >> the brand has extended out west and we had the opportunity to come to san jose and we fell in love with the city. we have been extremely successful. it is so exciting here. we are happy to be here and we are just hoping to make a mark. >> reporter: what were you expecting? hopefully a good opening but this?
>> i really was not. i heard there would be a lot of people coming but i am just excited. it is overwhelming. >> reporter: what is the secret to dunkin' donuts?>> fresh quality. we bake fresh daily and the beverage line is delicious. >> reporter: okay you are open at 6:00 today but going forward you will open at 5:00 in the morning? >> yes, running early. >> reporter: i appreciate it. gasia mikaelian wants to know about the coffee. what is the secret ingredient? >> love. >> reporter: okay love, very good thank you very much. best of luck to you. you cannot beat that. the secret ingredient is love so i will bring you one cup of loving coffee.>> okay charge it to the ktvu account. >> well done.
i spent a lot of years in new england. you can hold your breath and go from the dunkin' donuts to the next one. a lot of times they are on one side of the street and then the other. when you grow up in new england it is in your dna. medium regular with a donut on a sunday. it is kind of a working man's coffee. a good solid cup of coffee. so enough on that, coming up the new iphone is expected to come out this fall and a splash of color could be coming to the newest product. more when we come back.
i we worked with pg&eof to save energy because wenie. wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
friday by using social media. just use the hashtag ktvu. >> that is how you lay the foundation. ice cube coming shortly. we are continuing to see how the trade relations between the united states and china is affecting the stock market but there is good news. >> for that and more let's go to pam cook with "dollars & sense". >> a positive sign in the economy is companies going public and this morning there will be an announcement from sonos. analysts say that the high-end speakers are expected to do very well going forward as more people and services and companies use smart assistants like amazon and google. sonos is based out of santa barbara. when the opening bell sounded this morning, biogen topped the list of stocks to watch doing very well up $47 a share or nearly 16%.
that comes after announcing success with the new alzheimer's drug. the company is based in massachusetts. helping things out this morning is the latest jobs report coming in better than expected at 530 this morning, 213,000 jobs were added last month, it is a sign of a healthy economy. education and healthcare added the most jobs last month, manufacturing increased as well and right now the dow jones is up 143 points, quite a bit of a recovery, more than .5%. the s&p 500 and nasdaq are both up. of course, trade and the jobs could change certainly with the trade war with china so we will continue to watch that. we have an update to the movie pass story, subscribers may soon have to pay more to see popular movies at certain times, the monthly movie subscription service will be
adding a peak pricing surcharge, subscribers will be charged more to watch popular movies at popular times and you will know that because the ones that are affected will have a red lightning icon above the showtime. apple talking about a new phone this year with more color options. the phone will be available in blue, red, orange and gray. it will be a bit more affordable than the iphone x and will include facial recognition. the expected price for the phone is between $650 and $750. you might remember the iphone 5 c came in a lot of colors but did not do very well. my question is when they have a colorful phone, you always cover it with a case. so it is kind of interesting why they have come out with this to attract the younger people. let's talk more about
traffic, today has been a good friday. >> i think a lot of people have today off. let's look at the bay bridge where you can see traffic at the toll plaza is very light. we did not have any issues slowing traffic and when you get to san francisco it is looking good, perhaps sfo, southbound 101 is good, northbound looks good and the east bay commutes are doing good. likewise for the silicon valley. how about the weekend weather? we are looking good with a warm-up coming. a minor warm-up today and more into saturday. then we are holding steady. you might notice the feel is different today with some tropical moisture coming this way from tropical storm fabio. that is going to leave us feeling a little bit humid for the second part of the afternoon. maybe even feeling it now. we will be 90 degrees for the warmer locations so it is definitely feeling a little bit more humid and muggy than
typical. also bringing a southerly search for the south facing beaches. stinson beach and santa cruz with rip currents and sneaker waves possible. all of the beaches so just be careful if you're out and about along the coastline for the next couple of days. 65 novato and oakland, 65 san francisco and 69 in livermore. afternoon highs for today, 60s at the coast, 70 san francisco, 83 redwood city, 79 hayward, 89 livermore and the south bay 91 in morgan hill with 83 expected for santa rosa. this is the extended forecast, warmer today and tomorrow. then into sunday more of the same and then monday we are little cooler which you might not notice. all in all a good-looking forecast so take your pick. whatever you like, there is someplace to be. ice cube's
big3 the 303 professional basketball league is coming to the oracle arena. players like baron davis and amari stoudemire will be playing. there will be four games with 40 players, gary payton is coaching the three headed monsters, his team made it to the championship last year. the big three live tonight at oracle arena beginning at 5:00 pm. watch the game live here on ktvu fox 2 and we have the ticket information you will need on ktvu.com. you can also watch the regular evening newscast from 5:00 to 8:00 pm on ktvu plus. we will be hearing more about the big3 coming up with ice cube himself. he will be live coming up. a homeless woman who stole a police suv will be arrested. we will hear from witnesses and
for the second time in two weeks a south bay city is dealing with white supremacist posters which were found plastered around saratoga 4 july, one of them says keep america american and says report any and all illegal aliens, they are not immigrants they are criminals. the poster references a website that channels nazi ideology and is associated with a texas
white supremacist group. >> it is offensive and there is no place for this anywhere but especially along a community. the irony it is independence day, it is very unwelcoming and harsh and unnecessary. >> city officials say the person who put up the sign faces a fine of $100 for each offense. we are hearing from the woman who climbed onto the statue of liberty on the fourth of july. therese okoumou is from staten island, she appeared before a judge on thursday and was charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and interference with government agency functions. following the court appearance she says she climbed up on the statue to raise awareness about president trump's immigration policies and how they have hurt immigrant communities. the next court date will be august third. a homeless woman is in jail accused of stealing a police
suv in oakland, it was stolen yesterday in a matter of seconds at the corner of myrtle and 21st street where police were conducting an assault investigation. the woman jumped into the car and then took off, two hours later police found the suv and the woman at the bay bridge toll plaza and there was a dog in the backseat. police think the woman may have stolen the dog which was then taken to animal services. u.s. and china are trading tariffs. coming up, how the trade war is affecting us here in the bay area and across california. a 49er wide receiver is sharing his good fortune. the generous gift for the person who he says is his inspiration.
accused of shooting and killing a security guard will face murder charges. cardell mason coleman appeared in court yesterday and is held without bail in connection to the shooting at a public housing complex in the bayview district. the security guard rolando romero from hayward was taken to san francisco general where he was pronounced dead. rolando romero worked for stars & stripes protective services, there is no word on a motive. attendance at the marin county fair was down this year, the independent journal says 104,000 people went to the fair compared to 118,000 last year, the fair ran from june 30 to the fourth of july. marin county's largest public employee union threatened a labor strike at the fair, the union reached a deal with the county and it was called off, the report says smoke from the county fire may have affected attendance. the quarterfinals of the world cup, france is facing uruguay and minutes ago the
french advanced. with help from the opposing goalkeeper. >> a big shot and it went in. >> i cannot imagine. france was up when the goalkeeper muffed the shot. france is one of the favorites in the tournament and is now headed to the semi finals next week. coming up next on ktvu fox 2 is "mornings on 2 the 9". to watch post-game coverage of the game it is on fs 1 and then at 11:00 brazil and belgium will battle it out on fs 1. we invite you to the upcoming world cup watch parties at the civic center plaza. we will be emceeing the semi finals on the 10th and 11th then the finals on the 15th. marquise goodwin is sharing good fortune with the people he loves, he posted on social media a video showing the moment his mother and sister learned he
bought a house for them. goodwin says that his sister who has cerebral palsy has been a lifelong inspiration. goodwin had a breakout season last year signing a three-year $20 million contract. today, extra patrols in san francisco to make sure pedestrians and pedicab drivers stay safe this summer. players and coaches from the big3 basketball league visit a homeless encampment. handing out food and toiletries. rapper and actor ice cube is the cofounder of big3, he will join us live onset as he brings the league to oracle arena. >> we are so excited to welcome ice cube today, but first some business to get through. i picked one of my favorite songs on this international kissing day.