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and lyft protest. hundreds are headed to san francisco. we'll tell you about their demands. and the iconic bay area radio station will soon go dark. we're live with the station's last signoff. and what was once a bay area powerhouse. i will skip the pumpkin spice latte. >> why? >> in favor of an iced coffee. because the afternoons are hot. today is tuesday, august 27th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> you brought fog with you. >> a little more today than yesterday. >> it's like 3:00 in jack london square. >> should go a little inland. we have bigger fog bank, though. the bases are still pretty low. slightly cooler. a little bigger fog bank. higher clouds later. which should start to move in
by this evening. and overnight into wednesday morning will be our best opportunity. maybe if we pick up dry lightning. forecast highs will be above the average. santa rosa, oakland, livermore. and san jose, not as hot as yesterday. but still above. temperatures down 3 for santa rosa. down 5 for san francisco. livermore, down 3. very hot 91 yesterday. higher clouds associated with what was once a tropical system. now, still offshore. moving a little more north/northeast. will put us in the window. won't be until later on. dealing with fog. sunny. higher clouds look like they are on the way. not much of a delta breeze. 50s, 60s on the temps. a few 50s. but there's a lot more 60s. 67 by the conference. also by el cerrito. and 54 in pinole. fog will give way.
and tonight, we'll start to see some of these clouds move in. and we'll get dry lightning out of that. napa county, solano county. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s through the interior. 7:02. sal is here. he's looking at his computer. and he will tell us, that it's a moderate commute. it's not completely light. but we have traffic that is moderate. if you're driving from marin to the east bay. let's start there. you can see that the traffic here is moderately heavy. no major issues driving through there. traffic continues to be okay if you are driving on westbound bay bridge. you can see the commute here is backed up for about a 20-minute delay. 880 north and southbound in front of oakland. is not too slow. right now, it probably will get that way a little bit. but you can see traffic is all right on the san mateo bridge. it's better than we saw it last time. we look at the east bay commute. southbound 880 at whipple, there was a crash. and another crash on bailey
road. we had one there yesterday. this also involving motorcycle traffic. backed up into antioch this morning, driving over to concord. 7:03. let's go back to the desk. new this morning. a san jose police officer is recovering. it happened late last night, when the officer stopped the suspicious car near almaden avenue. police say the person inside the car bit the officer's arm. the scuffle ensued. and the driver drove away. ending up dragging the officer some 30 feet. the officer was dragged to the hospital. time now, 7:03. a bay area transit agency says there are fewer people cheating on paying tolls here in the bay area. that's according to a new report. ktvu's sara zendehnam is at the bay bridge toll plaza. and you're hearing there is a new law after ktvu conducted an investigation. >> reporter: that's right. good morning. ktvu first reported on that
dealer plate loophole in 2013. and found out that the bay area was losing actually $11 million a year in uncollected goals. that comes out to $1 million a month. today, that number is down to $250,000. because of a new law that says they can't have dealer plates or placards. there was no way to track or find them. now, every newly purchased car comes with a temporary license plate. the number is linked to the driver's address. so they can be tracked now. while there is a 75% drop in toll evaders, there are still some getting through without paying. whether it be on purpose or on accident. >> all of the other reasons why we might not be able to read a license plate, you know, obscured by a bicycle rack or a license plate frame, whatever. all those other reasons have remained pretty much constant. so this has been a big
improvement. >> there have been some bumps in the road to get to this point. and it's prompting some changes from the dmv to. improve license plates. they are working on response size. better identifying information that the plates are from california. a clear design to identify the expiration date. and better adhesive so plates don't pop up in the wind. the dmv plans to better implement those changes by november. sara zendehnam, ktvu 2 news. we have an update about a shooting in el cerrito including an off-duty officer yesterday. the officer is saying that he shot in self-defense. the shooting happened 10:00 sunday night near mosier lane. police say the officer shot 44-year-old thomas whalen, after whalen attacked him with a rock. whalen survived and is now in the hospital. the officer has been identified as roderick sudenheim. he is now on paid
administrative leave. new surveillance video at sunday's smash and grab robbery. we'll show it to you now and say the police identified the men in dark sweatshirts as the robbers. police say they escaped in a black sedan. there was chaos in the mall, as people ran for cover, thinking the sounds of smashing glass were actually gunfire. at this point, no arrests have been made. in santa clara, a woman riding in a lyft car was killed. a man critically hurt. in a crash that involved the suspected drunk driver, who police say was driving a stolen car. it happened early sunday morning. police say 32-year-old cladio perez ran a red light at lawrence expressway at cabrillo avenue. and slammed into a lyft car. a few minutes later, police say they tried to stop perez in a parking lot. because they thought the car was stolen. >> the moment he leaves that parking area, he's already significantly further away from
our officers. so it was actually only a matter of seconds, three or four officers fed over the radio. the woman who died was 28-year-old carol major. the other passenger, a 26-year-old sunnyvale man, is? critical condition. the ride share driver is expected to be okay. perez is facing charges of murder. happening today, a caravan of uber and lyft drivers will protest in san francisco, outside uber's headquarters. they're demanding to be classified as employees. ktvu's cristina rendon is in san francisco. and the caravan is crossing the state. >> that's exactly right. good morning to you, gasia. this is an ongoing battle for uber and lyft drivers. they have protested many times before. but this is the very first time they are using something essential to their work. that is their cars. this is a motorcade. and they did leave los angeles
yesterday. roughly 200 uber and lyft drivers plan to protest outside of uber headquarters at noon today. they say they will plan to take over a portion here. the drivers are demanding that state assembly bill 5 be passed. it's a bill that creates a pathway for drivers to unionize and would classify them as employees. and would also give them basic protections. and paid six days. in just last morntle, we spoke -- month, we spoke to one of those drivers. here's what she had to say. >> i've been driving about three years. the pay isn't enough. not just paying taxes on the money we put in our bank account. we're paying taxes on the money that uber and lyft do. >> uber and lyft have been fighting the passage of that bill, saying they will keep working with drivers on the quality. and critics of assembly bill 5 say most drivers appreciate the
flexibility to create their own hours. many have second jobs. but this motorcade is going strong. they say they are stopping in san francisco and oakland today. actually, they stopped in fresno yesterday. meeting with united farm workers to draw inspiration from that deco. they say today's protest is part of, i guess you could say paying that homage in 1956. when those workers went all the way to sacramento. after today's noon protest here in san francisco, they're going to be going across the bay, driving to oakland. they will be making their way to sacramento by tomorrow, where they will rally on the steps of the state's capital, pushing for ab5 and pushing to create a union. we're live in san francisco. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. time 7:09. youtube says it won't negotiate with the youtuber's union. the union is regulated of creators and influencers at
utube. the union wants more openness from youtube. we talked to ryan eldredge from the organization nerds on call about how youtube determines which channels make money. ultimately, they want to be able to post a video and run ads on it, regardless of how many viewers or followers they have. that way, they get equal share. essentially right now, youtube decides, this video is appropriate. this video is able to make money. so we will allow it to run ads on the channel. >> youtube says it is addressing the union's concerns. but it won't negotiate the union's full list of demands. happening today. house speaker nancy pelosi and congresswoman jackie speier will host a town hall on gun violence. they're working with the national group, moms demand action and the california state surgeon general. the event is on lincoln high school. it starts at 5:30 tonight. school year is under way. and even though it's a very
welcome back to mornings on 2. time is 7:13. family members and friends gather to honor the life of a young mother, killed 10 years ago by a driver who was being chased by police. [ singing ] >> 10 years ago, 25-year-old markita bosley was driving her baby to see his father, when she was hit and killed by a driver. police were chasing that driver because he had been driving erratically and would not pull over. the baby is now 11 years old.
and survived, but has permanent brain damage and physical disability. he was a good person. great person to everybody. and he's my hero. he's my motivator. he's everything. >> the driver who hit and killed markita bosley is in prison. the oakland police department changed its police pursuit policies after this particar crash. now, only a suspect wanted for a violent crime can be chased by police, especially if the pursuit could endanger the public. released from the hospital. saturday night, an unmarked police car was rushing to a burglary call when it jumped a curb and hit a bus shelter and hit a plain clothed police officer already at the scene. also injured one of two car burglary suspects. the officer was released from
the hospital yesterday. police say the second suspect who was not injured is 32-year-old f. he faces several charges including burglary and resisting arrest. a frightening shootout at at panthorran mall. the shooting near the mall's food court involved two rival gangs. four teenagers have been arrested for the shooting that occurred back on july 2nd. the two people who were hurt, also teenagers, have recovered from their wounds. and in san francisco, police arrested two people in connection with this, a brazen, broad daylight shooting on market street that was caught on camera. 18-year-old laron simpson, and 21-year-old elijah ernest, were arrested in oakland. police say security camera and cell phone video showed them firing shots towards a crowd, a week ago. during the busy evening commute. it happened after a fight
nearby. an update on the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. two patients are still in the hospital. one is in fair condition. the other isn't releasing any information. sally medical center received seven patients from the garlic festival shooting. all were wounded by gunfire. a community in the south bay is split over a project to help the homeless in san jose. last night, city leaders held a meeting with more than 150 people. the project is to turn the city- owned lot on fourth street and younger avenue into a four- story apartment building, to lease it out to homeless people, aged 55 and older. project is close to an elementary school. and the community worries it will attract crime. but city leaders say homelessness in san jose is growing at an alarming rate. what it is, it's not a shelter. it's not a food bank.
it is apartment. >> we need them so desperately. we grew by 2,000 in the city. yet we only opened up a couple hundred units of supportive housing. >> i know that it's the right thing to do. but to put this facility in the location that they're proposing, i don't think it's a wise choice. >> now, that location was specifically selected because half of san jose's homeless are in downtown. in that particular district. the project still in the early stages. it still has to be approved by the planning commission. but if it's approved, the earliest it could break ground would be sometime next year. popular hiking trail in the south bay is partially reopened after a family mountain lion was spotted in the area. a mother mountain lion and her cubs were spotted. prompting rangers to close it. rangers say eight miles of trails as well as the farm itself are now back open.
but back country trails remain temporarily closed to give the mountain lion some room. the rangers urge all park visitors to stay alert and stay out of all closed areas. a big project. this is a joint project between cal fire, caltrans and santa clara county fire officials. over the next four months, they'll be clearing out brush, grass and dead trees from los gatos to summit road. officials say drivers on highway 17, you could see some delays while the crews are out there working, monday through friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and a similar project has been going on in the east bay between lafayette and orinda for the past several weeks. let's talk about what is happening all around the bay area, trafficwise, with sal castaneda. >> all right. gasia, dave. good morning. we have a commute that is pretty typical for a tuesday, which is to say it's crowded.
we'll start in the east bay. and a lot of people are trying to access bridges right now. this is a look at the richmond bridge. it's moderate. it's not the heaviest i've seen. there are no crashes reported on this stretch. i want to mention that traffic on 80 westbound. a 40-minute drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. when you get here, you add 20. 880 still looks decent from the coliseum, driving up to downtown. 580 is getting a little slower this. is the san mateo bridge. and dunbarton bridge are just moderately heavy. and i want to mention, the traffic in the silicon valley has been a little slow. i also want to mention that next time, we'll take an extended look at highway 4. highway 4 for the second straight day in a row has had problems from antioch to concord. we'll have a look at that coming up in about 10 minutes. but now, here's your weather. with mr. steve paulson. >> hold on a second, sal. we see something. >> tweet there? there you go.
>> graphic. >> and now, mr. steve paulson. >> thanks. we'll get to it. a little cooler today. even though it will still be above average for just about everybody. but there's a bigger fog bank today. checking the morning. checking in for the mish. feels a mild 57-ish or so. this old guy. thank you. 56. you were close. very, very close. but there are three other locations in the city that are 57 in the mish. 57 el cerrito. kensington is in there. only one below average this time of year. the rest will be above. not as far above as yesterday. but still above for many. temperatures coming down for 3. yesterday was quite warm to hot for may. a lot of these higher clouds
look like they want to pay a visit later this afternoon tonight. this morning, about some fog. maybe a little more than yesterday. not much of a delta wind yet. but a slightly stronger breeze. these are the warmest surface temps we've had. a lot of 60s. 50s, 60s on your temps. they are running a little cooler than 24 hours ago. upper 50s, low 60s. 53 union city. 71, redding. to 60 in ukiah. sacramento, almost 70 degrees. fog will give way to sunshine. then these higher clouds will start drifting in on computer model. watch how it picks up on that. right there. tonight, by 7:00. east bay, most of the bay area there. north bay. and right into tomorrow morning. early tomorrow morning, napa county, maybe lake county, solano county, look to be the best opportunity. i think a lot of this is fine here can up through the oregon border. it might be close tomorrow morning.
60s, 70s, 80s, 90s on the temps today. temperatures still well above average if you're away from the coast. tomorrow, though, it does look cooler. as that system moves in. we'll take that into the end of the week. does look warmer for the weekend. 7:22. right now, california campus students may have to leave the campus to take medical m marijuana. health officials are calling it the worst measles outbreak in near three 30 years. the new cases reported. and when the cdc saw a spike in the potentially deadly disease.
time is 7:25. in our health check. 12 new cases of measles have been reported in the united states. according to the cdc, the cases reported last week, brings this year's total to 214. one of the cases was of a teenager from new zealand who visited disney and universal studios. health officials are looking for anyone who may have been in contact with the teen and showing symptoms. this may be one of the most difficult times for female college students. more than half of sexual assaults take place between august and november. it's a period they call the red zone. the rain abuse and incest national network says college women between the ages of 18
and 24 are three times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence. advocates say colleges need to do more to educate women about sexual assault. k through 12 schools in california may soon allow parents to give their kids medical marijuana. the state submitted a bill to let parents decide whether they can bring their drugs to school. currently, they have to leave campus to take their medication. the bill would only allow marijuana in nonsmoking form. opponents question whether regulations are strong enough. the bill now goes to the senate for a final vote. governor gavin newsom is traveling around the states. free community college for three years. today, the governor is visiting a community college in sacramento. later this week, go to one in southern california.
it's estimated some 33,000 students will be eligible for the free tuition program. happening today, the san francisco public library and 49ers are teaming up to create a new kind of library card. former 49er keon williams launching the new 49ers theme card. it will be at the branch. the new cards are free and available at all 25 branches of the san jose public library system. 7:25. it was just recently honored by the bay area hall of fame. now are a local radio station is signing off for good. we're live in san francisco with big changes coming. also, you may want to soak up the rest of the summer sun while you still can. after a break, why some are expecting an extremely cold winter this year.
it's a beautiful day. 7:30. on the dot. usually, we've seen the top of the pyramid, shrouded in fog. not the case today, though. there are certainly clouds and fog in the distance. if yesterday was too warm for you. don't you worry. today is going to be just a bit better. >> good morning. thank you for joining us, tuesday august 27th. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. >> the farmers almanac has predictions about this winter. get ready. it says get ready for colder-than-average temperatures. expected to be heavily-impacted by both cold and snow. at the farmers almanac says the coldest part of winter should
hit towards the end of january and continue through the first part of february. that's what they say. >> that's what they say. let's see what our exrts say. >> i know. >> meteorologist steve paulson is here. >> they have cool and near normal for us. >> okay. >> we are going into a lot. >> not rain like we had last winter. >> i would be shocked. that i don't think will happen. we have a little cooling trend today. it will still be above average. still hot for many. 80s for many. or upper 80s, including carol lind a. milipitas, 90. burlingame, 72. 60s, upper 60s. tropical clouds. they will start to make impact tomorrow morning. we'll see if we get dry lightning out of that. this morning, there's not a whole lot out there.
not enough of your delta breeze. temps are running cooler than yesterday. we'll rebound again. 50s and 60s on the temps. tropical clouds coming in. 50s in a lot of these temps. 60s in and around san jose. santa clara valley. then the clouds will start to move here. that's the remains of the tropical system. 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s still for some in their upper 90s. well above average for many inland. but it does look like by tomorrow, we'll start to see a pretty big drop. 7:32. sal is here. and he's going to talk about -- >> the east bay commute is where a lot of the slow traffic is. but there's also slow traffic in marin county. and silicon valley. your we're to the point where they're slowing everywhere. although it's not out. ordinary. let's look at these maps. stop and any go, including hercules.
richmond bridge approaching. between novato and san rafael. we promised you a look at highway 4. we had an earlier motorcycle crash. not as serious as yesterday. but still, from antioch to concord. it has been pretty slow. and concord to walnut creek on 680. 24 has slow traffic as well. in lafayette and orinda. to the bay bridge we go, about a 20-minute wait here. nothing here is probably surprising you. getting a little more clouded on 880 heading north on into downtown. look at 280 in san jose. you have slowing here all over the valley. trying to get in. 7:33. going back to the desk. one of the bay area's long- time radio stations will soon go off the air. kfog is changing its format from alternative rock to sports talk or even changing the call letters. >> ktvu's allie rasmus is live. tell us more on what is happening to kfog. >> well, even the station's
name and call letters, kfog were a direct tribute to the san francisco bay area. but starting next month, the station will no longer exist. instead of playing music like it has in the 1960s, the station will instead simulcast. its call letters will change for good. on its website, they still have ads and promotions for concerts like smashing pumpkins. musical acts that it used to feature on its airwaves over the years. the station played everything from beatle toss alternative rock. contemporary indy rock bands. at one point, it had hundreds of thousands of bay area radio listeners, fans who registered with the station as fog heads. >> time passes, right? and things change. but it feels like i'm losing a bit of the bay area. right? i mean, it's something that i can refer to. my kids even know what k fog
is. >> i think it's important to keep those things that keep us uniquely san francisco. and going to miss them. kfog is owned by atlanta-based coupleulous cumulous media. saying it's never easy to say goodbye. cumulous did not specifically say why it decided to pull the plug on kfog. only said that they wanted to expand their sports radio audience. but the station's demise comes a couple of months after the bay area radio hall of fame inducted it into the hall of fame, givenning it the title of -- giving it the title of legendary radio station. alley rasmuss, ktvu, fox 2 news. time is 7:35. next month, a fundraiser will be held to help victims of
trauma. jaycee dugard was kidnapped walking to her bus stop. she was locked up by garrido and his wife in the backyard of their home in antioch. and garrido sexually abused her and fathered two of her children. this week marks 10 years since jaisesy dugard re-- jaycee dugard reappeared. a police sergeant trial. 25-year-old facing the death penalty. he shot and killed sergeant scott. his trial began yesterday. but as soon as it started, the judge continued the case until september 30th. the judge said he is starting the trial on another case and is awaiting a supreme court ruling that could stop capital
punishment. justices said a suspect's right to a fair trial outweighs the privacy rights of an officer who has previously been accused of taking bribes, tampering with evidence, lying or excessive force. based on the ruling, an officer's credibility can be challenged during a trial. a lower ruling barred from giving names of deputies accused of improper conduct. new this morning. the santa clara county medical examiner identified the man who was killed in a hit-and-run, near san jose state university. he was 20-year-old fernando alvarez. at first, police responded to a body found in the road. no suspects have been arrested or identified. a go fund me page has been now set up to raise money for the funeral of alvarez. last check, that raised about $6600. west oakland is getting a
new affordable housing complex. it will be move-in ready in just days. it's a five-story project called the union. it's going up on fifth street. should be complete in about 10 days. this is time-lapse video of the project as it's happening. typically, a building of this size would take a year to complete, under typical construction methods. in this case, the pieces are assembled and premade and trucked out to the building site. that means less of an impact on the surrounding buildings. and some of these cost less to rent. >> you'll see much less impact with trucks. people parking. you can build 30% more apartments with the government money. or you can have lower rent for both. >> monthly rent am range from $1800 to $2800 for a two-bedroom. tenants could be moving in by the end of the year.
first wife jennifer sebel newsom will host a panel for women in college to make sure they get the same amount of money as men. it's part of equal pay. sieble nusom will lead this. it will be at sacramento state university. >> an astronaut is helping to celebrate historic moments with women. celebrating women's achievement. and outline more gender equality. 10 years ago, nasa astronaut flew into space as part of a mission to the hubble telescope. now she says it as a way to pave the way for more women in space. >> we have a really diverse work force. and there's women at every
level making decisions. making the strateamic decision -- rategidecisions. >> i have an 11-year-old daughter. and i want her to see herself as having all of the opportunities that i saw myself as having when i was growing up. >> the initial kickoff panel will be followed by more round table discussions in the coming years. the goal is to deepen discussion over women's issues as the country celebrates more than 100 years. our time is now 7:40. puerto rico bracing for another possible hurricane. and coming up, when tropical storm dorian is expected to reach puerto rico and the dominican republic. and the battle intensifies. as it rejects a $22 million offer to help fight the amazon fire. where it thinks the money would be better spent. first, though, let's check in with mike mibach. >> good morning to you. both coming up in the next hour. as college students across the country go back to school.
time is 7:43. puerto rico is bracing for another strong hurricane as tropical storm dorian is getting stronger. people are making preparations, stocking up on food and water before it hits. dorian may reach puerto rico and the dominican republic by thursday. >> the whole island has been traumatized. you have to take that into
consideration. >> when the storms come. we are much worried about what is going to become after. >> dorian is the fourth named storm of the atlantic hurricane season, which continues through november 30th. time is 7:44. brazil says no thanks to an offer of $20 million from the g7 countries to fight those fires in the amazon. a brazilian spokesman says they are grateful but the money would be better spent on reforesting. accused western countries of treating brazil like a colony. brazil's president says french president macron has to apologize first before they will accept any age. one u.s. company is helping to fight the fires in the amazon. a modified boing 7 -- boeing 737. the jumbo jets can
continuously drop it for two miles. they are happy efficient response to the bolivian governor's request for help. >> never seen a fire this dry. dry for the next several months. >> the jet was originally based at mcclelland air base. it has guideline missions in california and oregon. california board of supervisors will vote on declaring a county emergency. declaring a climate emergency that demands immediate action to halt, reverse, restore and address the consequences and causes of global warming. that vote expected at 9:30 this morning in san jose. 7:45. we should be right in the middle of the morning commute. sal castaneda, not too bad for a tuesday. >> we have slow traffic,
gasia, dave. but it's to be expected. that it would be slow. there are a couple of areas that are slower than normal. let's start off in the east bay, with interstate 80, which is pretty slow, driving in from before highway 4 down to berkeley. this is definitely after the summertime traffic. and highway 4 also slow through pittsburgh. it's a little better than it was. it was backed up at one wint to antioch. 680 is slow all the way through walnut creek. and 24 is moderate. bay bridge is backed up if you're driving on interstate 880. it's closed just after 66 on the way to downtown oakland. san jose traffic is busy this morning as you can see. all the freeways getting up to that west valley. today's weather. let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sal. >> you're welcome. >> we'll get to it here. we had a little more in the way of fog. not a lot. temperatures peaked out. most locations should take
enough. compared to yesterday. went under san francisco. there might be some areas to get to about 70 degrees or so. but it does does look like a warm to hot weekend inland. hercules, milipitas. mid-80s to near 90. capitola 74. big news for tonight, tomorrow will be the remains of what was a tropical system now, which has been going out to sea. but now looks like it's going to start moving more towards us. by later this evening, overnight into wednesday morning. so coast fog today. a little more than yesterday. not much more of a breeze. even that. what is there is really not that strong at all. 50oss the temps -- 50s on the temps. 60s from lafayette. 66 blackhawk. 62 brentwood. few high clouds drifting in.
they'll be on the move later this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow morning. lake county, solano county. look to be the best community. forecast models there. start toss bring in clouds by 7:00 tonight. this would be what we call dry basis. very dry. probably no rain with that. lightning, cloud maybe. don't want any cloud to ground. that will be the possibility tomorrow morning. northern sacramento valley. sierra nevada. firing up there tomorrow afternoon. lyft and the heat. and we get our best opportunity for morning. 60s, 70s, 80s, to 90s again. for many. fairfield yesterday was 103. 70s, 80s, 90s, to temperatures coming down tomorrow. that tropical moisture in there. that's going to put a little dent in the ridge of high pressure. fog bank is cooling on wednesday. temperatures still warm to hot today. cooler weather is on the way.
looks a little warmer. >> all right, steve. 7:49. a makeover for an iconic board game. the first board game in 70 years. coming up in the next hour. how can help design a new room for the 1949 murder mystery game, the blue mansion. plus, video of miles of new border wall being built along the u.s.-mexico border. coming up, why the border patrol says the fencing is stronger than ever.
welcome back to mornings on 2. time is 7:51. new video from the border patrol, along the u.s. mexico border showing the new wall being built. the video being shot by a drone near san luis, arizona. the wall is 18 feet tall. the old wall was only 10-feet wall. also, this new wall is three layers thick. construction expected to be finished by early october. the money for the taller wall came after president trump's emergency declaration along the border. as wall street continues to wait for a trade deal with china, hasbro made a very interesting purchase. it now owns death row records. pam cook is here now with today's dollars and cents. >> hasbro wanted to expand its family entertainment division.
so it bought the company that owns peppa pig. for successful brand. but that company also owns death row records. so we'll see what happens with that brand. hasbro stock gained 1% when the opening bell rang this morning. shares of mattel going up with its inspiring women dolls. taking a look at the big board. a little reprieve this morning as some hope for a new trade deal. dow jones up a quarter of a percent. 53 points to 29, 950. s&p 500. and the nasdaq. both about the same percentagewise. the nasdaq gaining a little more, still well below 8,000. president trump is back at the white house this morning. after three days of talks at the g7 summit in france.
world leaders have been pressuring the u.s. the president has announced new trade talks with china. but he says there is no definitive timetable. china has called for, quote, calm negotiations. but they have not backed down on imposed tariffs. >> i'm sorry. it's the way i negotiate. the way i negotiate. it's done very well for me over the years. >> political analyst says even if both sides are willing to meet, it is no guarantee that they will actually reach a new trade deal. >> spirit airlines say its is looking to introduce its fleet of planes for its low-cost flights. right now, it only has airbus in the lines. kfc. testing a chickenless option. the fast food chain will be
testing new menu items with plant-based products beyond meat. customers will get to choose between meatless wings and nuggets. if that trial run is successful, kfc will talk about rolling it out nationwide. >> you want me to check it out first? >> i do. i think you should do some research. >> okay. timeis 7:55. a ktvu story about a 60-year-old in oakland who is a field artist, caught the attention of one of our viewers. that story earlier this month, was about this young man. devon mosely junior. he sold some of his paintings. oreeric jackson, manager saw our ktvu story. he decided to give devin the ipad and the apple pen if he gave him one of his paintings. >> let's not overlook these
kids. >> it's touching. very touching that someone would want to help us. help him. >> devin's grandma said she wants devin to learn to give and not just receive. devin said he would like to teach other kids huto draw it is 7:56. a -- rare sighting. a nature camera caught this. a black bear feeding at the condor sanctuary. black bears are not common in that area. so seeing this is very unusual for rangers. the wildlife conservatory said it's the first black bear sighting since they opened 20 year ago. time is 7:56. a caravan of uber and lyft drivers coming from southern california up here, expected to protest in san francisco, outside of the headquarters of
bay area bridges, all thanks to a new law. how much toll authorities are getting back in revenue. today's uber and lyft caravan protests. as hundreds make their way to san francisco. we're live at uber headquarters with their demand. the iconic bay area radio station, kfog. we'll go live with the story on the station signing off.
and the next phase for what was once a bay area powerhouse. good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's tuesday, august 27th. i'm mike mibach. >> bright sunshine behind us. along the oakland estuary. steve paulson, it was a little warm for some of us yesterday. >> very warm for me. mike, good morning. >> good morning. it has been a while. >> it has. gasia is right. temperatures are warm around the bay. but it does look slightly cooler today. yet most will still be well above average at least today. still upper 80s. mid-90s. they did drop the city a little bit. officially, i want that. the moisture off the coast. that's the remains of the tropical system. they are on the way for later this evening tonight into wednesday morning. we'll be getting dry lightning out of that. i would think early tomorrow morning would be the best. also solano county, contra
costa. not much of a breeze. it's just not there yet. probably tomorrow, though. 60s on the temps for most. temperatures are running a teeny bit cooler. and upper 50s, right over to some. fremont. union city, the same. pacifica, 53. 56 dealing with fog. a little cooler there. that fog will hang out by the coast. and those clouds will be on the move late tonight into tomorrow. still 90s in the interior. now, here's sal. >> all right. and we are looking at a commute that is still pretty busy out there. start with highway 24. because it has been slow. although it is getting a little better. and then 680, in case you're coming in from concord to walnut creek is slow. so is highway 4 because of earlier collisions. it was a stalled part. toll plaza sitting there. adding to what was already slow traffic there anyway. 880 northbound. slowing down right about here into downtown.
and there is downtown san jose. cal train, by the way. has no major difficulties reported. straight to the south bay. we're new this morning, as san jose police officers are recovering after a violent encounter during a traffic stop. it happened late last night, when the officer stopped a suspicious car near almaden boulevard. police say a person inside the car bit the officer's arm. a scuffle ensued and the driver drove away and dragged the officer some 30 feet. the officer was treated and released from the hospital. police have the car. they do not have the driver. there are not as many crossing bridges. as sara zendehnam reports, they are getting back millions of dollars in what would have been lost revenue. california registered 1.3 million temporary license plates for newly purchased cars from january to may. since then, there has been a 75% drop in toll evaders.
that is what makes it illegal for cars and plates. if you buy a car now, you get a temporary identifying license plate that is linked to your address so you can be track down. the way around the toll was driving through the toll plaza with a generic dealer plate. there was no way to track and find those drivers. ktvu first reported on that dealer plate loophole in 2013, and found the bay area was losing nearly 11 million a year in uncollected tolls. that's about $1 million a month. that number today is down to 250,000. this is encouraging news for the metropolitan commission. >> if we maintain the current pace, it will increase toll bridge revenue collection by approximately $8 million. >> new programs don't come without their fair share of issues, though. the dmv is working on improving the temporary license plates. by having a unifying font size. a clear sign to identify the
expiration date. and better adhesive, so plates don't flop up in the wind. but it's been good for ronel. >> hasn't been any hiccups. at first. obviously the new system. so still learning that. but other than that, it's been smooth. >> the dmv plan toss implement the new changes for the new license plates by november. sara zendehnam, ktvu fox 2 news. we have an update about a shooting in el cerrito. officials say the officer says he acted in self-defense. after shooting a homeless man outside the officer's home in el cerrito. police say the officer shot 44-year-old thomas wayland, after wayland attacked him with a rock. wayland survived and is now in the hospital. the officer has been identified as roderick subiton. he is on paid administrative leave. now to new surveillance
video. police say these pictures show the robbers, who are wearing dark hooded sweatshirts. people ran for cover inside the mall, when they heard the robber smashing the cases. police say, in fact, no gunshots were fired. and they've not made any arrests. in santa clara. a woman riding in a lyft car was killed in a crash with a drunk driver. police say 32-year-old claudeio perez of san jose ran a red light slamming right into that lyft car. a few minutes after that. police say they tried to stop perez in a parking lot. because they thought the car was stolen. >> the moment he leaves that parking area, he's already significantly further away from our officers. so it was actually only a matter of seconds before
officers said over the radio, we are not going to initiate this. >> the woman who died has been identified as 28-year-old carol major. the other passenger, 26-year-old man from sunnyvale is listed in critical condition. the ride share driver is expected to be okay. perez now faces a number of criminal charges. happening today, a caravan of uber and lyft drivers will protest outside of san francisco. demanding to be classified as employees. ktvu cristina rendon. >> it is crossing the state and arriving here in san francisco at noon today. that's when the group is going to protest outside of uber's headquarters. this is an ongoing battle. they have had protests before. but this is the first time they will be using their cars for the protest. there are about 200 uber and lyft drivers that left los angeles yesterday. they're calling this a motor marsh going across the state.
coming here to san francisco to rally outside of uber's headquarters. they plan to shut down a portion of market street. and they say they're promoting ab5. they want that bill passed. that bill would essentially create that or classify them as employees. and would also create a pathway for drivers to unionize. give basic worker protections like minimum wage. health insurance. and paid sick days. >> i've been driving about three years. and the pay isn't enough. because when you take account for all the taxes that we have to pay. we're not just paying taxes on the money that we actually put in our bank account. we're paying taxes on the money that uber and lyft do. >> they have been fighting the passage of that bill, saying they will keep working with drivers to ensure quality of work. and critics say most drivers prefer the freedom and flexibility to create their own hours. many drivers have second jobs.
but this protest is still going to go strong from what we understand today. the motor march stopped in fresno. meeting to draw inspiration from that fight decades ago. and these protestors say that they hope to pay homage to that fight in sacramento in 1966. after today's noon protests, they are going to go across the bay, driving to oakland, where they will hold a 4:00 p.m. rally outside a church in oakland. then they will continue their way tomorrow. ending at the state capital in sacramento. pushing for ab-5 and of course pushing for a union. we're live in san francisco. cristina rendon, fox 2 news. across the bay. getting a new housing complex. in the form of a presettled apartment building. it's a five-story project called the union going up on fifth street. should be complete in about 10 days. typically, a building this size would take a year to complete. under regular construction methods. they are premade and assembled
at a factory in vallejo. that means liss impact on the surrounding neighborhood. and some of these will cost less rent than a traditionally-constructed building. >> you'll see much less impact with trucks, people parking. you can build 30% more apartments with the government money or you can have lower rent or both. >> monthly rent in the westoakland building will range from $1800 for a studio to $2800 for a two-bedroom. hosting a panel and to ensure they get paid the same as men. it is part of equal pay ca, which is a statewide initiative, focused on closing the gender pay gap. they will lead with new york times author. the event kickses offer at 7:00 tonight, at sacramento state university. working with the national
d thp, moms demand action. ancalifornia state surgeon general. the event is at lincoln hool on francisco. begins at 5:30 tonight. school year is under way. coming up, the warning female students need to know about in their first months of school. and up next. why one community in the south bay is against plan toss build a new housing project, designed to help people who are homeless. good morning. we do have traffic that is going to be slow on some of the freeways. although things are beginning to improve. i do see something here in lafayette that looks like it's pretty slow near the b.a.r.t. station. most of the fog has already retreated to the coast. the higher clouds that look like they want to pay a visit. but not until later. we'll talk about that. well well well, what have we here?
survived, but has permanent brain damage and physical disabilities. >> she was a good person. a great person to everybody. and he left us a great person, too. he's my hero. he's my motivation. he's everything. >> the driver who hit and killed bosley is in prison. also, the oakland police department changed its pursuit policies after this crash. as of now, only a suspect wanted for a violent crime can be chased. saturday night, an unmarked police car was rushing to a call when it jumped a curb and hit a shelter. hitting a plain clothed police officer. critically wounding car burglary suspects. police say the second suspect who was not injured is 30-year-old leonides may of san francisco. he was booked into the san francisco jail. he faces several charges
including burglary and resisting arrest. san mateo county district attorney confirmed that the shooting near the mall's food court, involved two libel gangs. four have been arrested in that shooting. the two people who were injured, also teenagers, have recovered from their injuries. and in san francisco, police arrested two people in connection with a shooting right there at market and sixth. that was caught on camera. aby-year-old laron simpson and elijah ernest were arrested and captured in oakland. cell phone video caught them. this happened after a fight nearby. an update now and some of the victims from the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. santa clara medical center said two patients are still in the hospital there. one is in fair condition. the other has not released any information. they received a total of seven. all were injured by gunfire. a community in the south bay is divided over a plan to
build a new housing project to help the homeless in san jose. the new meeting held last night. the project is to turn a city-owned lot on fourth street and younger avenue into a four- story apartment building to lease to homeless people 55 years old and older. the project is close to an elementary school. city leaders say homelessness in san jose is growing and at an alarming rate. >> what it is, it's not a shelter. it's not a food bank. it is apartment. we need them so desperately. >> we grew over the last two years by nearly 2,000 homeless in the city. and yet we only opened up a couple hundred units of supportive housing. >> i know that it's the right thing to do. but to put this facility in the location that they're proposing, i don't think it's a wise choice. >> now, this location was specifically selected. since half of san jose's homeless are downtown in that
specific district. the project is still in its early stages and still needs to go before the planning commission. the earliest it could break ground. a family of mountain lions. take a look as a mother mountain lion and her cubs were spotted last week. this prompted rangers to close the park. rangers tweeted saying that 8 miles as well as the farm itself are now back open. however, back country trails remain temporarily closed to give the mountain lions some bloom. the rangers urge people to stay out of closed areas. we will start on the bridges. mike, gasia. we have a little bit of an issue here on some of them. we've had a stalled vehicle on the bay bridge. looks like that may have been cleared. but it is going to be slow approaching. and now looks like we have a crash approaching westbound. bay bridge, west of treasure island. that is going to make traffic
on the bridge slower. and it will make things slower also as you wait at the toll plaza. this morning, on 880, it is slowing down. as you drive past oakland. there's also a crash northbound 880 south of alvarado boulevard off-ramp. and that's slowing traffic. this is san jose. northbound traffic is doing well. i just got a tweet from someone saying, what is going on? and we'll see if i can get back to it. doesn't look like there is requesting going on, on the san mateo bridge that we know of right now. this looks like a lot of slow traffic. let's go to steve with the weather. >> all right, sal. most of it is hanging on. but i don't think it will last too much longir. sunshine today. high clouds coming in later. slightly cooler. but still, almost all locations will be above seasonal normals on the high side this time of year.
higher clouds, again, could lead to maybe what we call high- based thunderstorm activity. early wednesday morning. it's going to be a cooker for some. clear lake, 103. milipitas, though. 74 san francisco. 60s, upper 60s to near 70 degrees. that's the moisture. you can see, there's a little bit of activity there associated with that. and looks like it wants to make more of a northerly move now. this morning, it will be sunny. no problems there. unless you're over by the coast. water temperatures, the warmest they have been all summer. 60 point reyes. we still lots of 50s. fairfield, minus 2. 65. there are a few 70s as well to the east. but 65, santa cruz. boulder creek. santa clara 66.
san jose, gilroy. 90. 64, 68. monterey was 65 now 60. higher clouds will move in tonight. if we get anything out of that, it would be early tomorrow morning. something to watch. forecast model showing the rain. shows the cloud cover beginning to pop up tonight. right there. a lot of this could see solano county. that's the best opportunity. more likely, though, over the sierra, up towards the north near the oregon border. 60s, 70s, 80s to 90s again. for many, it's been a hot august away from the coast. but there are signs of a cooler pattern tomorrow. it will put a dent in the ridge of high pressure. we'll see cooling. maybe 5 to as much as 10 degrees. we'll carry that in to thursday. for your activities on the weekend, you two. >> all right, steve. thank you for that.
here's a reminder to download the weather app. it has interactive radar. hourly updates. the seven-day forecast is also an easy feature for you to upload your photos and video. >> it's now 8:21. california may be one step closer to allowing parents to give medicinal more than to their children on school grounds. details on the proposal and what critics have to say about it. officials calling it one of the worst measles outbreaks in 30 years. and when the cdc saw a spike in the potential deadly disease.
several cases of measles have been reported. the cases reported last week, resist this year's total to 1,015. one of the cases was a teenager who visited disneyland and universal studios. public health officials are looking for anyone who may have been exposed to that teen and may be showing symptoms. advocacy group says more than half of college sexual assault take place between august and november. women between the ages of 18 to 24 are three times more likely to get sexually assaulted.
may soon allow parents to give medical marijuana to their children. currently, children and teens who use medical cannabis to treat their medical sues have to leave campus to get their medication. the bill would only allow it in nonsmoking form. opponents question whether medical marijuana regulations for children are strong enough. this now goes to the senate for a final vote. this weekend, governor gavin newsom is highlighting. today, governor newsom is visiting a college in san francisco. it's estimated some 33,000 students will be eligible for this free tuition program. happening today. san francisco 49ers are teaming up. team mascot launching the new 49ers theme card.
they'll be at the joyce ellington branch at 11:00. the new cards will be free to the public and available at all 25 branches of the san jose public library system. >> do your children have theirs? >> no, they don't. >> they don't? >> they have the library at school. >> good. we're going to talk about major changes to a radio station many of us grew up with. now, kfog is signing off for good. we're live to bring you details on the big changes coming to kfog. plus, his drawings were a social media hit. coming up, the generous gift for a 6-year-old sartist with skill -- artist with skills beyond his years. we have a couple of issues making it slower. but in general, we're at the thick of this commute. look at 280 in san jose. very slow, getting up to the west valley. most of the fog is headed back to the coast. we are looking for sunshine. then higher clouds s off shore.
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hello. blue skies. a little up in marin county. sunny, cooler. higher clouds later. mostly sunny. forecast highs for san francisco. everyone else will be above. just not as hot as yesterday. although there's always a few locations that tend to run almost as warm. we do shave off a few degrees for everyone. santa rosa, livermore, san jose, down 3. still warming up. upper 80s to low 90s for some. west/southwest of the bay area. there are signs that things start increasing by evening and overnight and early wednesday morning. sunny for mest. -- most. 50s for a few inland holding on. almost 70. 55 bodega bay. also, lima valley. 60, american canyon. and upper 60s for some. mid-60s for others.
fog, though, will be hanging out by the coast. that will keep them in the 60s for most. and that moisture is on the way for tonight. if we get anything out of it, it would be tomorrow morning. north and east bay. 60s unlikely to give way to much more than 60s on the coast. 60s. we have slowing on the san mateo bridge. motorcycle accident has lanes blocked. i wouldn't advise you trying to use the san mateo bridge. if you'ot already on it. if you're just leaving the house, there's no reason for to you go to the san mateo bridge. you might be able to do other options, including maybe phoning ahead and saying, can i work from home this morning? i know that's not an option. but the traffic is not looking good. you could go up the nimitz freeway. but you're going to see a lot of slow traffic gooding to the
bay bridge. you could use transit. but again, i do not recommend that san mateo bridge. a long-time bay area radio station will soon sign off for the last time. kfog, switching from its alternative rock format to changing call letters. >> ktvu's allie rasmus ms. more on the -- ms. more on the final days of 104.5. >> even the station's call letters and name, kfog were a direct tribute to san francisco and the bay area. but starting september 6th, the station as we know it, will no longer cease to exist. it will start simulcasting krmb radio. and its call letters will change for good. on its web page, they still have smashing pumpkins, harvest music festival. kfog used to play on its airways over the years. since the 1980s, they played everything from beatles to rock
to classic rock. over the past 10 to 15 years. registered with the station at fog heads. they often paired this sound, a fog horn with its call letters. >> i keep mine here too. that makes me a fog head. >> this is a commercial from the station's early days in the mid-80s. their logo was we're home to rock and roll. so many are sad to see a station with so much local history go off the air. >> that's so disapointing. it has such a great history of music. you feel like kfog is the stitching to hold that fabric together. yeah. that's too bad. i mean, i respect sports radio, too. but it's not what kfog has been about. >> now, kfog is owned by
atlanta-based cumulous media. and in a statement about the change, the company's market manager said, quote, it's never easy to say goodbye to a station. we want to thank staff, listeners and advertisers who made kfog the legendary station so many enjoyed. they did not say why they wanted to pull the plug on kfog but that they wanted to expand their sports audience. the bay area radio hall of fame gave it the title of legendary radio station for the area. the change goes into effect, as you said, september 6th. in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu, fox 2 news. next month, a foundation to set up north bay victims of trauma will hold a fundraiser. the jaycee foundation. she was walking to a bus stop near lake tahoe. she was locked up by garrido and his wife. where garrido sexually abused
her and fathered her two children. this week marked 10 years since dugard reappeared. next month's fundraiser will take place at the winery in kenwood. the state supreme court is making it easier for a suspect to get in about an arresting officer's history of misconduct. the justice said the suspect's right to a fair trial outweighs the right of an officer's right to privacy who has been accused of abuse. the decision stems from a lower court decision that barred the sheriff's department from giving prosecutors the names of deputies, accuse of miss conduct. a new attempt to change the rules on how long migrability children can be detained -- migrant children can be detained. this says children can't be detained more than 20 days. state attorney general javier becerra said the new rule would
indefinitely cause irreparable harm to children. >> they are holding children and families in jail-like conditions for weeks. these individuals, certainly children. too on, they're being held without food, health or even medical care. >> an immigration official described the new rule for detaining children longer than 20 days as a way to keep families together while they wait for a court ruling. we have new video of a construction video. the droin video was taken near san luiss, arizona. it shows a wall that is 18-feet tall. the old wall there was previously 10-feet high. the new wall is also three layers thick. it is expected to wrap up by early october. this comes from president trump's emergency declaration about the border. a 6-year-old caught the
attention of one of ow viewers. >> that viewer made the little boy's wish come true. >> okay. great. >> eric jackson. the manager of this sprint store in sunnyvale. the 6-year-old from oakland thinks here's going shopping with his grandin other. he has no idea what was in store for him. >> you look familiar. do you know me? >> the first grader had caught the attention of jackson earlier this month, when we did a story about devon at a youth art exhibit. his drawings of sonic the hedgehog showed a skill level beyond his years and attracted a lot of viewoss social media. devon was saving for -- for an apple pen andipod. >> most kids get any kind of money in their hand, they're sizesidetracked by the increase
air jordan. >> reporter: jackson says he sees himself in devon as child of the inner city. jackson said he was taught by his family to help others whenever he can. >> who taught you how to do that? >> nobody. >> nobody? >> no. >> that's cool. how can i get one of those? >> in exchange for a painting, jackson gifted devon with an apple pen and ipad. >> here you go, buddy. >> oh, man. >> does that work for you? >> thank you. >> you have to show the world what you got because you're special. tell them what you got. >> ipad. >> what are you going to do it? [ inaudible ] >> there you go. >> devon was generous, too. he gave me a painting. >> is that for ms. amber? >> thank you. thank you. i'm really surprised. thank you so much. >> devon's grandmother said she wanted devon to learn to give and not only receive. and that she's grateful if
jackson for his generosity. >> it's touching. really touching that someone would want to help us, or help him. and a complete stranger. never met him. never heard of him. >> let's not overlook these kids that are out there. >> what's next for devon? his grandmother says he wants to pay it forward. he says he would like to teach other children how to draw. in sunnyvale. amber lee, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> big smile there for devon. puerto rico bracing for yet another tropical storm coming up. when tropical storm dorian is expected to reach the u.s. territory, as well as the dominican republic. also, some college steurntds follow -- students follow their passion. coming up, the top five most valuable college majors and why they're worth so much. .
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8:42. puerto rico is bracing for another possible hurricane. sucking up on food and water before the storm hits. the national hurricane center says that dorian may reach puerto rico and the dominican republic thursday. the whole island will be traumatized. >> when a storm comes, we are much worried about what is
going to come after. >> dorrian is the fourth named storm of the atlantic season which continues through november 30th. brazil is fighting the fires in the amazon rain forest. the government says the resources would be better used to reforest europe. brazilian's president has been at arms with french president emmanuel macron. accuses brazil of treating it like a colony. he says the country must opolgize before receiving any aid. boeing 737 to bolivia. the jumbo jet can continuously drop a fire retardant for two miles. company officials say they're happy to respond to the do livian request for help. >> never seen this kind of fire. very, very dry.
it's dry for the section several months. >> the jet was originally based in mcclelland airport in sacramento. it was used to fly nearly 100 missions. it's been a rough commute over a number of bay area bridges on this tuesday morning. sal, starting to ease up a little. >> there's a new crash on the bay bridge. but the big crash really is on the san mateo bridge. and i want to show it to you on the map first and show you how bad it is here. let's go to the map and traffic has been very slow. as you drive across the san mateo bridge. because of a motorcycle crash. unfortunately that has been out there for a while. and westbound getting out to the peninsula has been super slow at the time. some people are using the san mateo bridge. but traffic is going to be very, very slow. you can see that some cars, in fact that, car that you see trying to get back in the traffic. they were out of their car, just waiting around.
they're looking up at 880. you can try to go to the bay bridge. there was a minor accident on the bay bridge westbound. but the traffic here has been very, very slow. so crossing the bridge right now is not very good. as a matter of fact, you can see that i would recommend either using b.a.r.t. or if you have some flexibility, not going at a time and waiting for this stuff to clear out. i think this is going to be a bad morning for these two bridges. 8:45. >> let's get right to it here. a lot of that fog has retreated. seems to be a little more today than yesterday. inland. won't matter. 90s or 100. hercules. milipitas. down 80s. near 90 degrees. capitolla, 94. city, granada, bodega bay. but it is that high cloud deck.
now taking a little turn more towards northeast. that was put in line for us later tonight. does look like some activity will move in later this afternoon. early wednesday morning. north and east. solano county could be in line. that would be early tomorrow morning. probably more toward the north. 50s, 60s on the temps here. 64 ukiah to sacramento. and reno, 66. 90 down there in las vegas. for the low cloud deck. it is certainly low enough. but set to make a move tomorrow. as that opens up. should open the door for a little sea breeze. upper 90s. almost all of these. not as hot as yesterday.
and tomorrow does look cooler. bigger fog bank, after you get rid of the clouds in the morning. more of a breeze. temperatures coming down about 5 to 10 degrees. still pretty hot inland. level it off friday. not crazy out there. >> thank goodness. 8:47. apologizing for past actions. the members of the lgbtq community. an iconic board game getting a makeover for the first time in 70 years. coming up, how you can help design a new room for the 1949 murder mystery the hue clue mansion.
stocks were headedhigher as concerns kind of weigh out any good news out there. >> and there is a big tobacco merger in the works. >> very interesting. philip morris and ultria have confirmed that they are possibly talking about joining forces. ultra, you might remember, spun off from philip morris back in 2008. analyst says it is a move to combine resources. ultrarecently invested in san francisco based juul. and focusing on kanabiss technology and product redevelopment. we'll continue to watch those talks. shortly after the opening bell rang this morning. word came in, suggesting conflicting reports of where the trade talks stand. and the government leaders in
china are not currently negotiating with the u.s. and that sent the market down. checking in on the latest numbers, live look on the big board. coming back in the last 15 minutes or so. the dow jones was down. now at 25,000, 895. the nasdaq also down a little bit. the s&p 500, barely hanging onto a gain. pretty flat right now. president trump is back at the white house now. after talks at the g7 summit in france. world leaders have been pressuring the u.s. to end the war with china because it is hurting the global economy. the president insists new trade talks continue but there is no definitive timetable for completing a deal. he has also not backed down for a plan to impose new tariffs on chinese goods starting september 1st. >> i'm sorry. it's the way i negotiate. the way i negotiate.
it's done very well for me over the years. >> political an lifts and economist -- an lifts and economists remain skeptical that a new deal can be reached before the tariffs kick in. people posted photos of the huge crowds inside the store and outside. look at that. signs were posted in the parking lot. warning shoppers they might have to wait three hours to park. by the afternoon, costco was forced to close the store early. due to what it calls public safety concerns. company said the doors were shut to new customers. but that those inside would be allowed to finish shopping. and as students across the country head back to school, a new list is out, showing the most valuable college majors. personal finance website bank rate ranks 162 college degrees in order of the median income
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as of today, starbucks is bringing back its popular seasonal drink. pumpkin spice latte. it is arriving about a month earlier than previous years. it also announced a new pumpkin cold brew is on its way. it introduced the drink in 2003. >> preseason at the -- 9:00 this morning. meantime, the warriors are unveiling their new san francisco home. and the most noticeable feature of the chase center is the 82-
by 52-foot scoreboard. the largest in the nba. top restaurants will be preparing all the food. and the arena was designed to make sure that every one of the 18,000 seats offers a great view of the court. one of the best parts about chase center. and one of the things we're most proud of is whether you're sitting on the floor or in the last row ofthe building. you have an unbelievable experience. >> the entire warriors operation is now under one roof. the practice facility is now there. the basketball staff, management, sales department, will all work inside the chase center. metallica and the san francisco symphony will perform the first concert there in just a couple of weeks. the warriors played their first preseason game there. becoming the first woman to play in an nfl preseason game. approached by a number of nfl teams. kicking a 65-yard field goal. lloyd was genuinely interested. but it conflicted with a game.
the manager of clue is renovating. hasbro is partnering with a home design website to unveil four possible new designs. hasbro was asking the public to pick the winning describe. clue fans have until december 9th to cast their vote. mattel is honoring two women who made history with their own barbie doll. barbies made in the likeness of the women. they come with material about the women's contributions to society as well as authentic clothing and accessories. it drives to honor historic role models. aviator amelia earhart. a southern california boy celebrated his fourth birthday at his favorite place. a costco. the costco warehouse in norwalk shut down the food court so that armando martinez could invite friends and family to celebrate his birthday. the party included all things
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