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good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2 on this saturday september 8th. happy weekend. >> more on your weather coming up. but some of the headlines making news on this saturday. it's being called a climate day of action with people taking part in 800 demonstration. >> that is across the country and locally. thousands are expected to take to the street for the largest every west coast climate march. if you're heading in and out of the city, you may see some delays. the crews will be demolishing
the last two peers of the eastern span. we'll let you know what will be happening before, concerning and after the explosions. eloan musk making investors nervous again. >> she's drink something whisky and smoking marijuana. we'll see what people are saying about the fallout. but first, let's get a check of your forecast this morning. good morning. we're looking at a nice day, partly cloudy skies this morning. the low clouds and the fog out and about. but not every where we have partly cloudy skies the further inland you go. and that is a view of san francisco, a little fog moving across the city. you can see in the backdrop, we have inside the bay. san francisco right now 67 degrees. and oakland 56 and 58 for san jose. the temperatures up by a few degrees and down in others. napa down by eight. you're feeling a difference
this morning. down by in our oakland. some of this has to do with the clear skies out there. napa is mostly clear and santa rosa is partly sunny and partly cloudy. this is the fog along the coastline. the inside of the bay will go a little closer. and we have some in the area. and we'll shift a little further down along the ocean beach area, sunset district, down to the pacifica and half moon bay waking up with partly sunny and mostly cloudy skies and in the afternoon, we'll be a partly cloudy day away from the coastline. right now santa cruz you have cloud cover, but it will burn away. and this will continue as we get into the afternoon. another beautiful day coming our way. mid-to upper 60s on the coast like pacifica. 67 in san francisco and a lot of 07s in the bay. -- 70s in the bay. upper 80s and 90s in the inland
communities. and the temperatures will cool down as we get into the back end of the weekend. more on this coming up. expect possible delays across the bay bridge as the last two pairs of the old earn span are coming down. it end the end of the demolition project that began three years ago. the implosion lasts a few seconds. it is from 11 this morning to 1:00 in the afternoon. they will conduct environmental monitoring before and during and after the implosion. the bridge bike and pedestrian path are also closed this morning. they will be converted to public use, including an observation platform and a boardwalk. train operators have raced some safety concern -- raised some concerns. they are getting fewer lessons
from certified trainers. operators that are trained but not certified are picking up slack. and they stay workers do not feel safe with their training, keep it safe for the passengers. thousands of people are expected to hit the streets of san francisco today in a march for the environment. it is a demonstration calling for more action against climate change and a shift to renewable energy. and we have a message behind the march. >> reporter: there it going to be representatives from 300 organizations and groups this morning. the march will begin at market street near the plaza. and it will go up to civic center. climate marchs have taken place in other cities like new york, chicago and los angeles. this is the first time it will be in san francisco. today's march in san francisco comes days ahead of the global
climate action summit on september 20th. governor brown organized this summit after president trump pulled the united states out of the paris climate agreement. it will feature al gore and research scientists. they want world leaders to take a more aggressive approach of global warming. they want to phase out fossil fuel extraction and more sustainable energy. tell us about 350.org. tell us about it. >> it is an international climate advocacy campaign. we work all over the world. and we help organizations mobilize like today. we're one of the 300 helping organization today's action t is called for rise for climate change and justice. we know that the solutions for climate change are good for people and the economic.
>> reporter: how does an individual or community rally behind the cause you? how do they get the change into renewable energy. >> if you're watching right now and you saw the wildfires and followed the drought, you know california is on the front lines of climate impact. so join us. come join us at the march at 10. if you live here, you're in one of the best places to get in local organizing. you can get your community to go a 100 percent renewables and stopping the coal export terminal in oakland. >> reporter: thank you very much. so the event is going to start with some speakers that will have a rally here this goes up market street spot civic center. tesla's shares dropped 6%.
he popped on what he called a -- he puffed on a marijuana cigarette. this follows musk's controversial tweet to take the car company private. >> there been a lot of talk about he needs someone to help alleviate the pressure on him. he needs someone to handled the manufacturing day to day. >> tesla has struggled with the production goals for the model 3 sedans. eloan musk sent out and e mate assuring the employees and the company's stock plunged.
he accident mention his recent controversies. he said that for a while, there will be a lot of fuss in the media. results are what matters. investigators are trying to figure out in a tesla car battery is the cause of a fire at a recycling street. concern about toxic smoke led to the brief shelter in place order. and crews got it under control about an hour later. tesla battery was found under the pile of rubble. and the battery pack could have sparked that fire. the fbi is offering a $10,000 reward for the person that set a fire at a planned parent had the building in. this is on south green valley road around 4:00 in the
morning. it caused a moderate amount of damage. no one injured. if you have any information, call the watsonville police. police are trying to figure out what started a house fire that claimed the life of an elderly man. it broke out last night near hilldale hillsdale drive. right arson is not suspected in fire. four people arrested are accused of exploiting their employees and they operated the rainbow facilities in south san francisco, daley city. the employees said that they had them on 24 hours day and force them to sleep on a garage floor they took care of children and the elderly while
the employers allegedly traffic them and stockpiled guns. three of the guns were so- called ghost gun rifles without serial number. >> why you need this type of fire power to take care of them that are aged or children, i can't understand that. >> residents here were arrested and face 59 charges. people took to the street to express their outrage of the killing of a father and his son. the santa clara sheriff's office said he was killed when he went to question to and in were sitting in a truck outside
his home in an unincorporated area of san jose. >> we feel the pain that came from the mother from frankie's mother, his young wife. >> the sheriff's office said they have released a surveillance photo believed to be involved in the fatal stabbing. two people were inside the truck at the time of the attack mothers against murder offering a $5,000 reward for any information that might lead to the killer. last night a rally was held at the alameda county sheriff's office. the it was to mark upcoming changes to the program. urban shield was created following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. but for years, critics plant that the program focused on the
military tactics that can frequent target people of color. they want to refocus the purpose so disaster relief training and emergency preparedness. >> we ended urban shield successfully. and we need to decide what we value and how we are going to prepare for an emergency. >> this year's urban shield program began wednesday and continues through monday. 7:12. the trail for the men involved in the deadly ghost ship warehouse will not happen this year. >> we'll tell you when the trial date has been set and what the defense is considering. we told you about it for months now. and now it is finally happening. how one of the world's largest environmental cleanup project is aiming to clean up the pacific ocean and it is start in the bay. more on that when we come back. (music throughout)
happy week this is a live look over is of s a little cloud cover and fog. we'll be partly cloudy to mostly clear away from the coastline today. the temperatures are expected to drop some as the cooling trend gets underway. i have the details coming up. >> that doesn't look real. >> it is gorgeous. >> we live in a beautiful spot. 7:15. today is an important day. one of the world's largest environmental projects. this is a dutch company assembling 2,000-foot long tubes and will be towed out to the pacific ocean t is aimed to scoop up the floating debris between california and hawaii.
it is known as the great pacific garbage pack seattle. 600,000 square miles. the idea is that the he is debris will many of to to the barrier and a ship comes and empties the unit and hauls away all the crash. and oil company was found guilty of a spill in 2015 it send 123,000 crude i'll no the water. they found that the planes all- american pipeline guilty for failing to maintain the pipeline and found guilty of misdemeanors. the company said it has accepted full responsibility for the impact of the accident. the houston based company faces fines at sentencing in october. the coast guard said that a man was fishing without a life
vest on and fell into the water another person called for help. the coast guard searched for him all into the long and sending a helicopter out this morning to continue the search. the fire that is burning north of reading is now the size of san francisco. it has burned 49 square miles. it is on both sides of interstate 56789 it will remain -- interstate 5. it will remain closed with no date when it will reopen. there is no official word that any hopes have burned. cal fire is estimating it will take another two weeks to get it contained. nearly 2,000 firefighters are on the line. >> we know it is like that. hopefully we'll have something there. and we want them to make sure they have something to come home to. >> a 45 mill section of interstate -- mile section of
5 is close toed. they've had their fair share first with the car fire and now the delta fire. and i'm sure it is hot north reading, right? yes, we have some 90s. we have a trough that will win is through that is going to actually prevent that high pressure from strengthening into the bay area friday. so saturday was props the warmest day. we'll -- perhaps the warmest day. and the cooling trend will continue with a bigger cool down expected for sunday. more on that and the extended forecast. this is a look at the satellite view starting on out with partly cloudy skies. if you have clear skies overahead this morning and cloudy yesterday, chances are you're cooler this morning. and that will change as we get into the next couple of hours. partly sunny and partly cloudy at the coast. that is where we have the fog in around the point and do you know long areas of the west end
of san francisco and pacifica and half moon bay. partly cloudy skies in the second half of the morning. the winds are generally light coming in from the northwest at sfo, 13 miles an hour or so and the onshore breeze will be with us today. we're looking at 54 outside your door in oakland, 55 in san francisco, upper 40s in areas like napa and santa rosa. 56 in livermore and 58 outside your door at san jose. a few more numbers for you. 53 in sam te'o bridge and 56 in belmont. and the afternoon highs for today, by the water, you'll go to 70. 86 for nevada and 87 expected in santa rosa. inland it will be a warm day, 90 in danville. in the south bay for the afternoon, upper 80s to the low 90s from morgan till to gilroy
and 82 in san jose. 75 at santa cruz. if you're going to tahoe, into the 30s. but as we get into the afternoon, mostly sunny and 81 today and 80 tomorrow that is a beautiful forecast for the afternoon. giving you a look at the extended forecast at home, the temperatures will continue to fall off as we get into sunday. and the big are cool down will be business week monday, tuesday and wednesday when the inland communities reach into the upper 70s and low 80s. >> fall is coming. hurricane olivia approaches hawaii, a local team is ready to help when search and rescue why the team just returned from as they remind on standby to head to the hawaiian islands. to make this more enjoyable than just sitting here
hollywood came out in full force to help raise money to fight cancer. stars sang and answered the phones during the sixth annual stand up to cancer live fundraiser out of hollywood. it aired on more than 60 broadcasts and cable networks. they have raised more than $500 million to fund cancer research programs. a ten-year-old patient at children's hospital is on the waiting list for a new heart. he started a project that is
gaining nationwide attention. he's been getting patches from police and fire departments from all over the country. >> reporter: how much patchs have you gotten? -- patches have you gotten. >> a lot a day. >> reporter: braden estimates that he received 560 police in and fire patches so far. his mother challenged him to collect one from every state while he wait for a heart transplant. what is it like being here, the waiting part? >> awful. >> reporter: he was born with a heart defect. there were surgeries and treatments that helped for a while. >> it got him to a point where he could be home with us for an additional five years before we got to this point a few months ago to where he now has to stay here till we get the call. >> reporter: for 569 days, the family from bakersfield has been waiting for a heart. the last 83 of them living at the hospital. >> we have waited for so long that it is hard to believe that
the call is coming. that is why the patch challenge is important and it is a happy distraction. >> it is something we can do to make his stay a little easier. >> reporter: chp came today armed with patches and gifts. >> like braden junior is what i'm calling him. >> reporter: the san jose police came last week bringing this guy. he did not mention it publicly before, but there say special reason that he loves first responders. he has two in the family. >> because of my dad and grand apartment. >> reporter: grandpa. >> reporter: he thinks he should try for a world record next now that he's got one from every state. >> that is the biggest question, when do i get to go home. >> reporter: they now want to
have braden's grandmother to work making a quilt with all of these patches. paul mccartney surprised fans at new york's grand central terminal. wouldn't that be fun to jump off the train and see paul mccartney playing away. he played yesterday. and 300 people were able to get a special metro card. and others gathered around the station and listen in to paul's performance. >> i grew up with the beatles. i remember when they got off the plane in sullivan. they are the group and they still are. >> concert was to promote his new album, egypt station this week. i saw him in concert in fenway park eight or nine years ago. and he's in his mid-70s and
still sounds great. former president obama has stayed out of the the spotlight since leaving office. but today he's coming to california to campaign for democrats. you'll find out where he will and what he is pushing for. >> reporter: we're in san francisco previewing the climate march here where thousands of people are expected to be out here demanding more action to prevent climate change and to start using renewable energy. more on that coming up.
welcome back to mornings on 2 all the that fog and due has cleared. the east bay hills looking good. it looks like a great weekend to be in the bay area. good morning. welcome back. thank you for waking up with us. let's get you to rosemary for a look at how your weekend is shaping up. good morning to you. happy saturday. this is a live look over san francisco. partly cloudy skies to start the day. we have mostly cloudy along the coastline. you can see some inside the bay. but a beautiful start for some with blue skies and sunshine and 57 right now.
47 in santa rosa. it say chilly start over portions of the north bay. napa down by 8 degrees. and oakland down by 4 and up by 2 in concord and livermore. as we get into the afternoon, we'll be mostly sunny away from the coastline and the south facing beaches will have the sunshine right along the coast where west west facing beachs from ocean beach down through pacifica and half moon bay likely to have partly sunny to partly cloudy skies. this say little closer view. we have some cloud cover here. and this will shift a little further. you are expected to clear out as usual with mostly sunny skies and 70s in the afternoon for you there. and the onshore breeze in
fairfield is 14 and calms in the north basement and we'll bring the temperatures -- north bay. and we'll bring the temperatures down. upper 60s in san francisco. mid-70s in hayward. and upper 80s to 90s. the cooling trend continues into next week. there is a big march planned this morning in san francisco demanding action against climate change. rise for climate, robs and justice. take it away. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. representatives from more than 300 organizations are going to be out here today. the march is going to begin at the center and going up market street and then heading over to the civic center. right now i'll bring in tom goldtooth. he is the investigator of the
environmental network. but you talked about another organization. tell us about your organizations and why you're here today. >> we're bringing native indigenous people all the away from alaska and our brothers and sisters from the amazon in south america. and we're members of it takes root. we're an organization of four alicenses net work we experience what is happening on the ground and also really look for real solutions not false solutions to address the climate crisis. >> reporter: what have you or your organizations noticed about the climate impact on the environment in california. we have a lot of beautiful places and the impact climate change has on populations.
>> being indigenous to our lands here, we have brothers and sisters from california. a lot are coming here to stand with us. look at the fires. the fires are critical. the coastal lands, and the rising seas and rising tides. the alaskan people, the ground is melting and the houses are shifting in our homeland from united states and canada. it is affecting our traditional ways. so -- [ no audio ] >> we will check back with her many a bit. we apologize for the technical difficulties. but the coverage will continue through the this morning and throughout the day as the march gets underway. former president obama will campaign that california today for -- will campaign in
california today for democrats. crisscross the nation. the two men traded shots at one another yesterday. >> if you thought elections don't matter, i hope these last two years have corrected that impression. >> what do you think of president obama's speech. i'm sorry. i watched it but i fell asleep. >> mr. obama will appear on stage with 7 democratic candidates at the anaheim center. a usc politic professor said that the climate will make president obama a help in some parts of the country but not everywhere. >> they will use him where they think he's a closer and not use him at all where they think be
a liability. >> he will attend a big money fundraise near new york city. president trump said that attorney general sessions should investigate the identity of the anonymous "new york times" piece. he believes is it a national security issue. in the op-ed, he discussed an internal resistance to the president in his own administration. the president said he can identify up to five people that could have written it, but he declined to name names. former campaign aide -- was sentenced to two weeks in prison for lying to the fbi did discussion a possibility for
then candidate president truck to meet putin. michael cohen has dropped to a threaten $20 million lawsuit against stormy daniels. they want the important star to return the $130,000 that cohens paid her in 2016 to stay quiet affair from president trump. they said they will then drop the lawsuit. they stay is a game by cohen and he said that they do not have to accept the offer. judge brett kavanaugh confirmation hearings wrapped up yesterday. they focused on abortion and presidential appears. two dozen witnesses from both sides gave their opinions from the judge including former
president nixon calmer. >> he would have the -- chairman. >> he would have the president from civil and criminal liability. if a president shot somebody in cold blood on fifth avenue that is correct president could not be prosecuted while in office. >> legal experts say they expect the full senate will likely confirm judge brett kavanaugh on a party line vote later in the movement. a woman and police officer shot and killed her neighbor thinking he was in her apartment. she walked into the wrong apartment. the 26-year-old victim was rushed to the hospital where he died. investigators stay is not clear how the officer ended up in the wrong apartment. >> a blood sample was drown to test the officer's level for drugs or alcohol. and at my request, we are in the process of obtaining a
warrant based on the circumstances that we have right now. >> he worked for an accounting and consulting firm in dallas. a date is set for the deadly ghost ship warehouse trial. the judge set the date for april 2019. the men are charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count for each victim that died in the oakland fire. last month the judge rejected plea deals for both. they are looking for a motion to have it moved out of alameda county. >> they want a trial, they're going to get a trial. we're eager to show our clients' innocence. >> in a statement, the plea deal rejection a morbid
publicity student organized by the district attorney. 7:40. opening statements deliver in the trial of the suspected gypsy hill killer yesterday. he was accused of killing two teenage women in 1976. he is not permitted inside the courtroom yesterday where the defendant interrupted the proceedings over 30 time. they were detailing dna evidence that links him to the crimes. at one point the jury was excused because of the defendant's number of outbursts. they believe that he raped and killed a total of six young women in a five month period in california and nevada in 1976. celebrities are mourning the loss of rapper mack mill letter that died from a suspect drug overdose.
they say rest in peace to miller. some say so unreal and so sad. tnz said that miller whose real name was malcom was found in his home. he was 26. up next, a big reward for information about a fire in watsonville. how much the fbi is offering after flames erupted at a plant parenthood in watsonville. and the sights are almost unbearable and the financial damage as well. we'll go inside a san francisco home trashed by an airbnb guest. more on that when mornings on 2 continues.
folks often the way this morning. a bit of a cool start, especially over the north bay. and we'll check on the currenttowns and show what you to -- currenttowns and show what you to -- current condecisions. the deputy was in an arguement in the victim the hours before the beet and the victim was hospitalized. bailey was placed on administrative leave while the alleged mistreatment was investigated. a group opposed to san francisco's plan to host safe injection sites held a protest
in the city. the demonstrators with the california coalition against drugs and marijuana rallied in front federal building yesterday. they said that the injection sites will violate federal law and trigger an increase in the drug use and they are asking the governor to veto the bill for the injection sites under the guidance of health professionals. a house in san francisco took six hours to clean out after it was trashed what is and air b&b. >> pictures cannot begin to show or show the horror that was hidden inside a home in the san francisco district. >> fowl odor. you could not spend more than ten second in there without having to gag. >> reporter: he put the video of this friend's trashed house. for the last three mav months,
a man rented the space on airbnb this is how he left it. trash and fecal matter and a major health hazardous, used needles. >> it was tips of needles everywhere and bloodstains on the bed. >> reporter: from the time he stayed in the home he never used the trash cans. he littered on the floor. >> that is disturbing to hear this is going on in the neighborhood. and unfortunately, the owner did not know about it. >> reporter: the neighbors did not report any issues with the renter. but that all changed last week when the man left at the end of his contract. >> after the gentleman checked out and cleaning was scheduled to come in and clean. they immediately said they're not going clean t. >> reporter: normally, the owner sprays 100 to clear this room. but with this level of
unsanitary living. it took six hours to get it almost back to normal and they had to hire a hazmat group. but airbnb will probably foot that portion. the company said we have a zero tolerance from this type of behayiour and removed -- behavior and removed that person from our community. his friend will still went out the space but is left with lots of questions. >> what drives a person to that point where they are lock themselves up and shoot up? >> reporter: we're told that the renter paid for the room up front. but we don't know how much it costs. i did looking for a room in the marina district. and the cheapest i found was $5,000 a month. >> imagine being the next
renter. what a mess. to weather. hurricane olivia has weakened to a category one as it continues to move towards hawaii. and a search and rescue team is on standby ready to help if need be. they are preparing to be sent to hawaii. olivia is expected to weak tone a tropical storm when it finally reaches hawaii next week. members from a team just returned august 31st. i was surprised by the heat yesterday. i'm hot what is going on? yes, the inland areas in the upper 80s and low 90s. similar today. we'll bring the temperatures down slightly for the afternoon. and the high pressure is going to going weaken has a low off the coastline there. so for your afternoon today, we'll go 60s at the coast and the areas at pacific call and half moon bay.
and a few low 90s inland, and today slightly cooler than yesterday and sunday a little cooler than that and a bigger cool down expected for the business week ahead. and the high pressure over the southern california coastline will remain in place. but it will weaken just a little bit for today. we have partly cloudy skies so start the day. and with that, many of us are waking up a lot cooler. if you had cloud cover yesterday morning and not overahead today, chances are the temperatures are down by a few degrees. it will escape back into the atmosphere. and that is why we wake up with a capitol hillier start. this is aon the coastline and it stretches down along the west edge of san francisco and half moon bay and the sam te'o coastline. this will clear and mostly sunny skies for the hasn at a crews area this afternoon. a -- for the santa cruz area this afternoon. the temperatures, 56 in san
francisco. 54 to start the day in oakland. upper 50s and low 60s in concord and walnut creek. and the inland community waking up with mostly sunny skies and it has to do with clear skies overahead and napa, 49 for you. in the south bay, 58. 53 in foster city. sam te'o, 56. are you going to see the a's this afternoon 72 with a west breeze game time today at 1:05 this is a look at the afternoon highs for the north bay, 70 in alameda and low 90s in pleasant on. and san jose mostly sunny and 75. peninsula, 80 in redwood city. it will be nice and warm for the afternoon this is a look at the extended forecast.
the temperatures drop off a bit more as we get into sunday. but the bigger call down into tuesday and wednesday when the inland community dollars will be in the upper -- communities will be in the upper 70s to 80s. a group of volunteers is pleading for people to donate their nike gear instead of burning them up in protest. >> we'll look how the nike sales have faired after the release of an ad featuring collin kaepernick. welcome to the xfinity store.
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team is moving to las vegas, they will never leave oakland in spirit and in heart and all do things to try to contribute to high school sports and advance the oakland community. >> raymond chester offered a bit of advice for the students at oakland high school. he told them enjoy your time in high school and become a pickup trucktive citizen and all give -- productive citizen and always give back to your community. people say there is a better way to protest nike signing collin kaepernick. he has been a controversial figure since he began kneeling during the national anthem to protest social injustice. instead of destroying nike gear, donate to help the homeless. >> when you live outdoors, that is the primarily thing you have to worry about is how to get from today to tomorrow. we have people come in every
week shoeless. there is not reason to help people that under greater need than themselves. >> if you are interested in donating your used nike gear, you can contact the local nonprofit donation center to see where the items can best be put to use. a retail research firm said that on line sales of nike apparel and shoes have surged in the few days since collin kaepernick became the face of the new advertising campaign. the sale figured released by the silocon valley shows nike orders jumped 27% in the next four days from previous years sales. it is an early look how the world's largest sportswear company may fair after supporting the quarterback turned activist. now the giants bad summer leaking into the fall. it did not take long to set the
tone on this one. ryan brown says see you later. the giants downtown 2-0 quickly. here is a two on board and two coming home. giants lose again. rangers are in town. the rookie taking texas deep in the first. the slugging continued this is good for two runs as the a's go up 3-0. how about a curtain catch i've got one and now i have -- call. i've got one and now i have two. and they have a game in seattle. and the wildcard race. they are three half back of the first place astros. there is a full slate for college football today. you can watch the game right
hear on ktvu news. cal heads to utah to take on young university. of course sanford and usc. >> that is on the farm tonight and your your ucla are going to oklahoma. that will be a tough one. >> it will be a great upset. >> it sure will. you can encounter some delays if you cross the bay bridge today. >> it will be some big traffic delays late this morning. there is a shortage of muny train operators. we'll tell you who is helping with the shortage that has some people concerned.
[music] >> good morning to you as we bee bop our way saturday. it is a beautiful shot over the san francisco bay. the sun is beginning to peak on that -- peek on that eastern span. gray still but really not bad. good morning to you. it is saturday, september 8. >> and happy saturday one and all. i'm frank mall cay. first, a couple of headlines to share. it has been dub it had climate day of action. tens of thousands of people all taking part in over 800 demonstrations. >> san francisco, expect to see big crowds. thousands in what could be the largest ever west coast climate march. lee martinez is down there talking to folk ins the city and she'll have more on what we can expect to have happen today. a head's up for folks who
might be heading into san francisco for that march or a day of fun, it may take you a whale to get there. >> the last two spans are being demolished today late today. expect rolling closures while that traffic work is being completed. we'll tell you when and what you need to know. and tough times at fremont and the ceo is not helping matters either. >> and you're looking at elon musk on a podcast and he is apparently smoking a little pot and drinking a little whiskey and there is some fall-out from that interview and there is news of the top executive stepping down. we'll talk all about that, but first let's get your important weekend forecast. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to you. a partly cloudy start in san francisco. we have a little bit of fog and cloud cover. plenty of sunshine to go around. 57 in san francisco. santa rosa start understand the upper 40s, but beginning to see
temperatures rebound. 50s expected outside your door. 60 in oakland and san jose also check ing in right about 60 degrees. our inland communities waking up with mostly clear skies. when we start it had day, many folks a lot chillier than yesterday and it has to do with the clear sky versus the cloudy sky. napa was down by eight in the last hour and now down by three. with the sunshine, we will see the temperatures turn around fairly quickly. three in mountain view. and a tad warmer for you to start your day. the storm tracker 2 showing you that we are partly cloudy, mostly clear for our bay side communities. along the coastline, we have cloud cover there. over portions of the north bay, and then as we stretch over areas it looks like perhaps the sunset, ocean beach area, a little bit of clearing right off the coastline there, but not much. pacifica and half moon bay still reporting mostly cloudy skies. santa cruz in clouds but mostly
cloudy skies expected there. an on-shore breeze at 14. we're warm over the north and south bays. temperatures this afternoon expected to come down just lightly. we're looking at 60 degrees tafternoon high in san francisco. 74 in oakland. -- for the afternoon high in san francisco. 74 in oakland. mid to upper 80s in the north bay. the cool down will continue into the business week. i'll have a look at those numbers coming up. >> thank you. thousands of people are expected to hit the street ins san francisco today for a march on the environment. it is all part of a worldwide demonstration for change and a shift to renewable energy. we're live with more on the message. good morning, leigh. >> reporter: good morning. yes, this is the first time this march is happen ing in san francisco. a lot of people are starting to show up now. it coincide was other marches happening across america today. it is going to begin here at the plaza, go up market street and then end up at civic center
plaza. climate marches have taken place in other cities such as new york, chicago and los angeles. today's march in san francisco comes days ahead of the global climate action summit on september 12. governor jerry brown organize it had summit after president trump pulled the united states out of the paris climate agreement. the demonstrators want world leader to take a more aggressive approach on combating global warming and marchers demand a phase out of fossil fuel extracks and a move to renewable -- extraction and a move to renewable energy. joining us right now is thana furman and you are wound of the founder toffs global muslim climate network. so tell me about your organization. >> so the global muslim climate network is alliances of all muslim organizations on environment. for the last two years we came out on the islamic declaration on global climate change in
2016 so we're working with all muslim nations around the world, how to transform our economy towards free fossil fuel. and i'm also with green space which is an interfaith organization which work was diverse communities around the world that work on environment. our willingness to do some action and ask our leader to take certification action in combating climate change. >> victims of climate change, what are you noticing with climate change and its impact either here in california or elsewhere around the world? >> i live in southern california, and i am originally from indonesia so i have seen the impact of climate change in my adopted country here in california but as well as my homeland in inned need i can't
so in indonesia we have severe floods everywhere and also storms and here in california we have severe droughts for the last five years and also like just recently more and more wildfires. like i live only 20 minutes from the holy fire that just happened in southern california just a few weeks ago. so this is real and like our people, like here in california and the united states as well as other parts of the world already experience this big storms, floods all over the place and also people in small island countries, they're going to lose their lands very soon and this is very important that we need to speak up to take action and ask our leaders around the world to take seriously on this commitment taking actionen climate change. >> reporter: you're correct about the wildfires. this season has been absolutely horrible so far that is what cal fire keeps telling us. thank you so much for your time in talking to us. we appreciate it.
the march is going to get started at 11:00. before that aear going to have a press conference amount bunch of different speaker also be out here. it is kind of more a rally situation starting at 9:00. the march itself will begin at 11:00 going up market street to city center plaza. ktvu fox 2 news. thank you. expect possible delays today crossing that bay bridge. and the two peers of the old eastern span are demolished. it mark it is end of the demolition project. the implosions only last a few seconds, but cal trains set a time frame between 11:00 this morning to 1:00 in the afternoon. cal trains will conduct environment monitoring before, during and after the implosion. chp will lead rolling closures on the bridge as a precaution. the bridge bicycle and pedestrian path will be shut down this morning. four remaining foundations will be convert today public use, including an observation platform and a body walk. houstony is trying to get more train operators on the job
but they are now raising safety concerns. they're trying to address an operator shortage by cutting standards and reducing required training hours. operators are also getting fewer lessons from certified trainers. during the shortage, the paper says some operators are being told to pick up the slack. the operators ' union says the workers don't feel safe but they insist the practice is safe. the officials are discussing the matter with a state commission that regulates california rail safety. shares of tesla stock fell more than 6% after the company's ceo elon musk appeared on the joe rogue january experience podcast. at one point musk pupped -- puffed on what rogue january call add marijuana tobacco cigarette and tesla announced that its chief accounting officer resigned after just a month on the job. this all follows musk's controversial tweet about take thing car company private and in an interview with "the new york times" that describes the toll his job has taken on him. >> it has -- there has been a
lot of talk about how he needs a number two in there to help alleviate the pressure on him. one of those promotions today, a preponderate of -- president of automotive, someone to handle the manufacturing day to day. >> tesla has struggled with production goals for its model three sedan. very popular. but production and the deliveries of those cars have surge understand the final days of the quarter. elon musk sent out an e-mail reassuring tesla employees of the company's stock plunge. in the e-mail which was also posted on the company's blog, he thanked his employees and announced several promotions. he didn't directly mention his recent controversies, but he did say this. for a while there will be a lot of fuss and noise in the media. just ignore them. results are what matter and we are creating the most mind blowing growth in the history of the automotive industry. the investigators are trying to determine if a tesla car battery is to blame for a fire at a metal recycling plant. the fire started at al koa iron
and metal on doolittle drive which is near david street yesterday afternoon. concern about toxic smoke left to a -- led the a brief order to stay. the investigators say the electric car's battery pack could have started this car's fire. and the fbi is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the person who set a fire at a planned parent hood facility. you're seeing -- parent hood facility. you're seeing video of that incident now. fire investigators are trying to figure out what started a house fire in daley city. it broke out just before 6:00 last night near hillsdale boulevard. the victim, a 76-year-old man, dieed a t the scene. at least one other person was
displaced by that house fire. the home sustained heavy smoke damage. arson is not suspected, though, in this fire. the family run facility on the peninsula is now under human trafficking and weapons investigation. four people have been investigated and they're accused of exploiting their facilities. they operated rainbow bright. and the employees accuse the owners of making them work 24- hour days and forcing them to sleep on a garage floor. the workers were taking care of children and the elderly while their bosses allegedly trafficked them and then stockpiled guns. authorities say three of the guns were so-called ghost rifle which is means they did not have serial numbers. >> why you need this type of fire power to take care of people who are infirm, who are aged or who are children, i
can't understand it. >> arrested yesterday were the four as well as the boys' mother. they face 59 charges. joshua has also been charged with three counts of rape for allegedly assaulting a female worker. coming up next, another crime heats up on a rash of apple robberies in the bay area. >> we'll talk about the latest apple store to be hit. >> and we told you about it for months and now it is finally happening. how one of the world's largest environmental cleaning projects aiming to clean up the pacific ocean and it all starts here in the bay. more on that coming up. >> if you have a story idea, contact 2 investigates.
headed out. we have a beautiful forecast for you. temperatures are going to trend down a cooling trend begins today. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. today is an important day. it is a story ktvu has been following for months now a dutch company has been assembling 2,000-foot-long floating tubes at the former alameda naval air station. this. -shape barrier will be towed out to the bay this morning, under the golden gate bridge and into the pacific ocean. this project aimed at scooping up the floating debris between california and hawaii. it is known as the great pacific garbage patch and it is more than 600,000 square miles. there are skeptics and there are those who believe the current also send the garbage and a ship will haul it away.
and the spill back in 2015 caused by a corroded pipe sent at least 123 gallons of crude oil into the state beach a jury in santa barbara found the all american pipeline guilt of one felony for failing to maintain the pipeline and it was also found guilty of eight misdemeanors. the company said in a statement that it accepts full responsibility for the impact of that accident. the houston-based company is facing fines. the coast guard is searching for a fisherman who fell overbard. it happened just after 7:-- overboard. it happened just after 7:45 last night. the man was fishing and he fell into the water. the crews did search for the man all night long and they are now sending a helicopter out this morning to continue looking for him. we have new numbers on the wildfire that is burning north of redding. cal fire announced a short time ago that the delta fire grew more than 5,000 overnight or close to 58 square miles.
the fire is on both sides of interstate 5. the chp says the major highway will remain closed through the weekend and there is no estimate and date to reopen. the u.s. forest service says the fire is threatening numerous structures. so far there is no official word, though, that any homes have burned. cal fire has estimated that it could take another two weeks to get this contained. there are nearly 1,900 firefighters on that fireline. >> we know what it is like to have to leave and come home and hopefully have something there and we want to make sure these guys have something to come home to. >> a 45-mile section of interstate 5 is shut down at lake shasta. there is a detour but it will add about 90 minutes of drive time to that route. >> wow. they have had their share thereupon with the carr fire and now the delta fire and let's kick it over to rosemary where i imagine it is warm thereupon again today. yes. warm and dry. temperatures here at home are going to also be warm for our
inland communities. high pressure is weakening just a little bit. a beautiful view at the east bay. and the air quality is good to moderate for your bay area saturday. we do have high pressure that remains off the southern california coastline, but a low that is moving a little bit closer and eventually through the pacific northwest. it will begin to bring our temperatures down. today a minor drop expected. tomorrow a little bit more. as we get into the week ahead, a bigger change coming, especially for our inland communities. along the coast and around the bay, we sort of bottom out at some point. giving you a look at storm tracker 2. there is the graphic. there is a look at that low in the tropics that will be developing in the coming days. for today, partly cloudy skies to start the day. mostly sunny away from the coastline into your afternoon. temperature also range from the low to mid 60s at the coast to low 90s for our inland cities. here is a view at where some of that fog is at this hour. and areas and all loy the west -- along the west edge of san
francisco down through areas of pacifica and half moon bay. the on-shore breeze is light through livermore, just three miles per hour, calm, and it has been like that for most of the morning a beautiful start to the day. temperatures are rebounding. in the upper 40s earlier this morning and now 50 in napa. 60 degrees in oakland. low 60s in walnut creek and 59 in livermore. along the peninsula, 58 at belmont. as we get into the second part of the day, mostly sunny skies in oakland, if you're going to see the a's play, 72 degrees at game time with a west breeze at 10 miles per hour. so a beautiful day at the coliseum there. 86 is the afternoon high in that vadeo. we have 85 in sonoma. closer to the water, 70 degrees. as we head to the east bay, we have temperatures ranging from mid 70s, low 90s in pleasanton.
south bay, san jose, you'll go to 82. 86 in saratoga. 75 there. a beautiful day along the boardwalk, perhaps at the beach. along the peninsula, redwood city, 80 degrees for you there. 65 in the city of san francisco. here is a look at the extended forecast. again, the temperatures dropping off just slightly. as we get into the back end of the weekend, by tuesday into wednesday, low 60s at the coast, low 70s around the bay. upper 70s to low 80s at our inland cities. back to you. >> thank you, rosemary. and when a city-wide clean- up is happening today and how you can help pitch in. >> and it is a film that dives into the politics of one san francisco neighborhood. up next we're going to talk live to the director of "nail house" which will be just shown in a couple of days at the green film festival. in 2011, california passed a law
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it is an important thing to know a nail house is a term that was coined in china based on people who would refuse to leave their homes when big developments like malls and highways were coming through, and so you'll see these pictures of homes that are dug out completely all around and just one little tiny house left. so it is a rogue real estate hold out that refuses to give up their land, and kind of referring to a rusty nail that is very hard to get out. >> so let's talk about this film. it is a little bit about recycling, going green. it is a lot about neighbors and the homeless problem and really how neighborhoods change and the fight that goes on with it. >> yes, absolutely right. we have a city that is in a sort of very hyper speed changing space and there is more and more people who have and more and more people who have not and a greater divide between them. and there is a real problem of vicability in our public spaces about who is able to utilize them and what they're -- vice
abilities in our public separations about who is able to utilize them. >> and it is quite a process. you spent nearly eight years putting this together? >> i did, yeah. and it all started out as conjecture in the neighborhood. there was a lot of division. there were a articles. there were people who were upupset and then everything got very, very real in 2010 when the commission decided to actually evict the center which began a two to three-year-long battle to keep it open. and so that was my burden and i tried to meet it and stay around as long as i could to document what was happening so when it was over people would know how things went down. >> let me just say i really thought this would end up being a story of glory, the under dog winning out. i really did think this would have a happy ending, so when it didn't, we had to resolve that in the film as well.
>> and we're talking about 2/3 of an acre of land when you talk about this tiny spot in golden gate park where it started and caesar and how it kind of grew from there. you talk about not getting the ending necessarily that you maybe expected, but did you learn something else, too, when you're talking to all of the people and really all of the different players in it, very passionate on all sides of this. >> absolutely. and i think what i learned is that it is really hard to find the common ground when people are so polarized, and i listened to obama's speech yesterday and he mentioned, you know, that there always is common ground, and i believe that that is true, and so my hope is that maybe in mourning this place and continuing to talk about its meaning and impact to the city we can start to find that common ground because i really do think people are closer to the same
side than they realize, but they're unable to find that common ground when it came to this place. >> sometimes it is hard to find even though we know it is there somewhere. >> maybe the film can help. >> maybe it can help. thank you so much. >> thank you so much for coming in and good luck with the film. we appreciate your time." nail house" is playing at the san francisco green film festival on tuesday, september 11. it will be at 5:30 p.m. at the center for the arts. so there are only rush tickets available left now for "nail house." that means if you do want to go to the screening, that means you will have to try to get it before the film starts. and you can buy the full festival pass that is $200 and you can pick up that pass at will call. tuesday night is when "nail house" plays. coming up next, politics search for an op ed writer speaking out against the white house. and we explain more about in talking about how the president's push to find the
good morning, everyone. welcome aboard a nice shot as that fog is clearing a little bit earlier than most weekends. it looks like a nice one for on and all in the bay area. it is good to have you on board. at 8:30 here on ktvu. >> good morning to you. let's get you a quick look at how your weekend weather is shaping up. rosemary, warm temperature ? >> yes. we have nice weather -- warm temperature ?s?
>> yes. we will be partly cloudy at the coast. some areas like half moon bay may struggle under the cloud cover. what else is new. giving you a live look from san francisco where we have 57 degrees right now. santa rosa, portions of the north bay with clear skies this morning. we woke up quite chilly nthe 40s, but temperatures are rebounding -- are in the 40s but temperatures are rebounding. we are five degrees warmer. and napa down by three, but napa was down at one point by eight. a nice rebound underway in your neighborhood as well. oakland up by a few degrees. livermore up by a tad. mostly clear skies around the bay area. it is nice to wake up to some sunshine. we do have the fog cover along. it has been pretty much here for the entire morning and then in and around the west edge of san francisco stretching down to pacifica, half moon bay, and even santa cruz, waking up with a little bit of cloud cover. the mostly sunny skies are
coming to our south facing beaches. along the west edge, again, going back to pacifica and half moon bay, it could be a partly sunny day for you. and winds sustained at 14 miles per hour for the entire day or the entire morning, so we will continue with the on-shore breeze there. calm over the north bay. calm over the south bay. and here is a look at the numbers expected for the afternoon. 65 at pacifica. upper 60s in san francisco. 70s, low 80s around the bay. mid to upper 80s for the north bay. low 90s for antioch and livermore. the temperatures continue to cool as we get into the days ahead. i will detail those for you coming up. >> thank you. a big march planned later this morning in san francisco. it is all part of the worldwide initiative demanding action against climate change. and ktvu's leigh martinez reports just ahead of the event, rise for climate, jobs and justice. >> reporter: this is the first time the march has been held in
san francisco. citgo insiding with other marches happening -- coinciding with other marches happening across the u.s. today. more than 300 group also be represented. the march is going -- groups will be represented. it is going to head up to marketed street to civic center. climate marchs have taken place in other cities such as new york, chicago and los angeles. it comes days ahead of the global action climate summit on september 12. governor jerry brown organized the summit after president trump pulled the united states out of the paris climate agreement. the summit will feature former vice president al gore and the research scientist jane goodall. the marcher demands a phase out of fossil fuel extraction and a move to renewable energy. >> we have indig nows people indigenous people facing the perma frost and people here losing their land because of
the fires. these are prophecies that our elders told to us that we have to take action and real action and that is why we're here. >> reporter: the march begins at 11:00, again, heading up market street to the civic center. in san francisco, leigh martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. we have new numbers ton wildfire that is burning north of redding. cal fire announced that the delta fire grew more than 5,000 acres overnight to nearly 37, 000 acres or close to 58 square miles that is larger than the city of san francisco. the fire is on both sides of interstate 5 as well which has created big issues. chp says the major highway will remain closed through the weekend with no estimated date to reopen. u.s. forest service says the fire is threatening numerous structures, but so far no official word that any homes have burned. cal fire estimates it will take another two week force containment, nearly 1,900 firefighters are on the scene right now. >> we know what it is like to
have to leave and come home and hopefully have something there, and, you know, we want to make sure these guys have something to come home to. >> a 45-mile section of interstate 5 is shut down at lake shasta, and a detour is adding at least an hour and a half on to drive times up north to oregon. and new figures show the two huge wildfires that ripped through california this summer caused an estimated $845 million in insured losses. the companies continue to process claims for homes burned in the mendocino complex fire. and nine people lost their lives. a trial date has now been set for 53 defendants -- for the three defendants in the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. the two defendants i should say. the judge set a trial for the
date of april 2019 for the men. they are charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. one count for each victim who died in that fire. last month a judge rejected plea deals saying he had not shown enough remorse. the defense considered a motion to have the case moved out of alameda county but has promised a vigorous defense if it is not moved. >> they want a trial? you're going to get a trial. we're eager to show our clients' innocence. >> in a statement to ktvu, he called the plea deal rejection a morbid publicity stunt organized by the d.a. and he blames the land lord who was not criminally charged as well as oakland agency whose he says turned a blind eye -- agencies who he says turned auto blind eye to the conditions. and 69-year-old man is facing murders and rape charges for killing two teenager girls back in 1976. the cameras are not permitted inside the redwood city courtroom yesterday where the defendant interrupted the
proceedings over 30 times. the prosecution was detailing dna evidence that linked him to the two crimes, and at one point the jury was excused because of the defendant's numerous outbursts. authorities say they believe he raped and killed a total of six young women during a five-month period in california and nevada in 1976. there has been yet another heist at a bay area apple store, the latest crime happened at the apple store at north santa cruz avenue. the officers responded to a report of three men stealing merchandise that was on display inside the store just before 2:00 in the afternoon on wednesday. recently there have been several similar robberies at apple stores throughout california, including one in walnut creek. a group proposed san francisco's plan to host safe injections sites held a protest in the city. the demonstrators with the coalition against drugs rallied
at the federal building yesterday. they said the injections sites will trigger an increase in drug use and a violation of federal law. they are asking jerry brown to veto the law. and governor brown signed a law for profit schools. california has permitted charter schools since 1992 and there are now 32 run by for- profit corporations. they are not required to follow all of the rules established for traditional public rules in the state. president trump threatened china with another punishing round of tariffs. he said he was prepared to tax essentially all chinese goods into the u.s. if by ginning did in the change its trade practices. the threat comes as the administration props to move forward with another round of tariffs on $200 billion both of
chinese imports, including many every day consumer products like electronics and housewares. former president obama will campaign in california today for democrats running for congress. he has mainly stayed out of the public spotlight since he left office 20 months ago, but that is changing new as we head towards november and the mid- term elections. mr. obama and president trump will crisscross the nation drumming up support for their parties' candidates and the republicans and democrats battling for control of congress. the two men traded shots yesterday. >> if you thought elections don't matter, i hope these last two years have corrected that impression. >> what did you think of president obama's speech? and i said i'm sorry. i watched it, but i fell asleep. >> starting at 10:00 this morning, mr. obama is going to appear with seven democratic candidates at the anaheim convention center. they're hoping to win seven republican seats that hillary clinton won in 2017.
a politics professor says the former president will be an asset in some parts of the country, but not everywhere. >> they're going to use obama extra teague include where they -- strategically where they think he can be a closer and not at all where he will be a liability. >> and ohio, illinois and pennsylvania. and a former campaign aide george papadopoulos was sentenced to two weeks in jail for his role in lying to the f.b.i. he pleaded dealt of the possibility of discussing a trip where then candidate donald trump could meet vladimir putin. the prosecutors say his false statements led the fbi to miss a chance to interview one of the russians while he was still here in the u.s. j and michael cohen has offered to drop a threatened $20 million lawsuit against stormy daniels. cohen says he wants the porn
star to return $130,000 that cohen paid her in 2016 to stay quiet about her alleged affair with mr. trump. it would then withdraw the nondisclosure agreement and drop the lawsuit. daniel's attorney calls the move a stunt by cohen so that donald trump will' be deposed in the lawsuit and says he does not have to accept the offer. and it is shaping up to be a busy political season for lawmakers and the trump administration. >> we're going to chat with ktvu east political analyst about the kavanaugh hearing that just wrapped up in weekend. what is next for the president's pick for the supreme court.
[ music ] >> i can't help but look at the fog and think baby come back. no! give me blue sky! the blue sky is back. we have partly cloudy skies for today. i am tracking a cooling trend, although for today it is going to be a very minor one. i'll have the details on your weather forecast coming up. >> thank you. a lot has been happening on capitol hill from the kavanaugh hearings to the release of bob woodward's book and the president's reaction to an op ed. everything is heating up as we head closer to the midterms. >> and here to talk about it is our friend and political analyst on the phone up in the north bay. brian, good morning. >> good morning and, yes, another wild week in
washington, and saturdays aren't the same anymore. >> i guess. let's start with president obama who is campaigning for democrats here in the state, and the two both the current president, president obama took a couple of shots at each other yesterday, is that unusual, and do you expect more to come? >> the answer is it is unusual, and, yes, i would expect more to come. i think president obama is feeling like he needs to step up for democratic candidates and also perhaps a partial assault by president trump on his legacy. in turn, president trump is saying, hey, i want to take credit for the things i'm doing, but it is unprecedented really to see presidents getting into a spat. it has happened, don't get me wrong, but this is the current version of it. >> we talked about unprecedented, though. i feel like just in general we always kind of wade into waters that we're not used to, so when
we're talking about in the break about what the big headline is, you can't focus on this now because we have the kavanaugh hearings that just wrapped up and those were contentious. and where do you think that goes from here? is it inevitable? >> i think so. i think brett kavanaugh ends up being the justice of the supreme court and that probably happens before the month is over, along party lines by the way. i think you'll see it come out of the judiciary committee which is 21 members, and he will be confirmed. >> do you think the hearings might be a little too long? 12 hours in one day? a couple of the senators might be running for president and one has california ties. maybe they're grand standing a little bit to get a little pub? >> well, i think a lot of people who have watched these types of hearings in the past feel like there were certain senators who were quote,
unquote, grand standing. this particular candidate, and we saw this in the testimony by a lot of people outside of the senate, you know, who were brought forward to talk about his character, this particular candidate is highly qualified, whether he had opinions that run counter to what some people think is appropriate, you know, there's an argument that not all of his papers were released and that sort of thing. but if you want to see how you're supposed to testify before a united states senate committee, he was a pretty good example and there were lots of hard questions and lots of long hours. >> okay. president trump is tweeting this morning, brian. he has four tweets so far. one endorsing a candidate, another one talking about his quote, unquote, unprecedented achievements, one talking about economic records, and then apple prices and tariffs. he is all over the map, which is not unusual, but he does not
talk about the op ed in "the new york times" which, you know -- or bob woodward's book. he has been tweeting about it before. where is that in terms of -- i have seen a lot of things about what has happened in the white house as they try to track down who allegedly wrote this op ed. where do you think that story is headed? >> well, we don't know. they're looking. there are folks inside the white house who are close to the president who are saying it is just time to let it go. it is what it is, and it is a huge distraction, but the op ed was a powerful op ed. it really did come from a senior member of the trump administration, and there is some dispute about that. there are people who say maybe it is somebody a couple of layers down. if it were a senior member of the administration, it raises a lot of questions about how the presidency is being run from the inside, and so we'll see where it all goes, but it is
fascinating. it is a who done it. >> and it would be kind of interesting to find out who that person was, wouldn't it. it would change things. >> you know, i can't see that it will remain a secret. first of all, people at "the new york times," i don't know how many, know who wrote it. and other people know who wrote it, and i think, you know, ventally, frank, it will come -- event altly, frank, lit come out. >> timing is everything. >> brian, thank you so much for joining us this morning. we always appreciate your insight. >> absolutely. wonderful. have a great saturday. >> you, too, brian. >> thank you. >> bye, now. >> time for weather. rosemary is somewhere on the premises. i can hear her walking over. >> towards the green screen. >> there she is. what do we have in store today? >> we have nice weather. giving you a live look here first at the blue sky. we have partly cloudy skies around the bay area. partly cloudy, partly sunny along the coastline. temperatures similar to yesterday, perhaps just a tad
cooler. high pressure remains off the southern california coastline, and north of us. we've got a low that is swinging through. so that is going to weak the high pressure getting into the coming days. the trough will set up and all this mean as cool down. for today just a my more change, and we're starting out with sunny skies, so we may break even as we get into the afternoon. the cooldown continues into sunday. another slight adjustment, and then into the business days ahead, a bigger drop in those numbers. that in the extended forecast. here is a look at that high pressure pointed out just a moment ago. and there is a look at the system that is moving through areas over the pacific northwest in the coming days. we are with partly cloudy skies this morning. along the coastline, the areas like pacifica and half moon bay are still socked in pretty good. we have it over the north bay as well. we're going to continue with this as we get into the second part of the morning. partly sunny. mostly clear for santa cruz this afternoon. the winds are generally light. calm over the south bay.
north bay, just a light on- shore breeze. you can see one there as well as fairfield reporting. about 15 miles per hour this morning. 60 degrees right now in oakland. we have 58 to start your day in san francisco. 50s other the north bay. this area started out in the 40s, so it was chilly start. 50 degrees over santa rosa where we're still dealing with a little bit of cloud cover there. into the south bay, san jose, mostly clear and 60 for you. 57 right now at the park. s we get into the second part of the afternoon, we'll go mid 60s for stinson beach. 80s for our north bay. into the east bay, 74. 92 is preponderated for antioch. south bay -- expected for antioch. south bay, and mostly sunny skies into the afternoon. 80 degrees for redwood city. mid 60s expected for the city of san francisco. if you're quoing to tahoe, you're going to need the jacket r -- going to tahoe, you're
going to need the jacket. temperatures in the 30s, near freezing. then in the afternoon, low 80s in the forecast there. it is going to be nice. here at home, it is going to be nice. we have temperatures that will continue to drift a little bit on sunday. a bigger drop comes our way monday. tuesday into wednesday when our inland communities get back into the upper 70s to low 80s for the afternoon. back to you. >> thank you, rosemary. happening today in san francisco, from 9:00 to noon the city is asking everyone to, quote, love our city. they want people to take part in a citywide clean-up. it will be 40 sites throughout san francisco where residents and visitors can all pitch in and help out. they can go to work on their own blocks or anywhere else they choose. hurricane oliva is approaching the hawaii islands. >> we'll let you know about the search and rescue team that is ready to step in and help. the bay area businesses wanted to change the way water tastes and how you can get a sample of the flavors coming up
in about an hour from now, the oakland mayor will open her re-election campaign headquarters. she took office in january 2015 and is now seeking her second term. her campaign headquarters is located at grand avenue near boulevard way. that is just north of lake merit. and that location will serve as the base of operations for volunteer activities along with her re-election campaign staff. there is a group of challengers. bart is expanding direct service to and from the warm springs station. starting monday, the rider also no longer need to transfer to travel to and from warm springs on the lines. the change will be in effect monday through saturday. bart also says service on the green line will return to a 5:00 a.m. start time on weekdays which was the start time before the warm springs station had opened up. hurricane oliva has weakened to a category one as
it continues to move towards hawaii, and a search rescue team is on stand by ready to help. the 36 members of the california task force are preparing to be sent to hawaii if they are needed. oliva is expected to weaken the a tropical storm when it reaches hawaii early next week. the members of the team just returned home on august 31st from their week-long response to hurricane lane. time now is 8:56. the family of stephon clark announced they are planning to sue the city of sacramento for $50 million. that wrongful death claim stems from the controversial shooting that gained national attention in march of this year. the officers suspect that the 22-year-old clark had been break ing into cars. it turned out he was holding his cell phone, not a gun, when sacramento p.d. fired on him in his grandmother's back yard. the damages sought by clark's family include also of financial support, funeral expenses, attorney fees and punitive damages. celebrities are mourning the loss of rapper mac miller
who died of a suspected drug overcoast. tweeted rest in peace to the great soul mac miller. and mendez said unreal, so sad, r. i. p. mac miller and another said, in part, i can't keep losing friends like this. i wish i spent more time with you in these past weeks. i'm so sorry. and tmz is reporting that miller, whose real name is malcolm james mccormick, was found dead inside his san fernando valley home. he reportedly battled substance abuse for years. mac miller was just 26 years old. coming up next, the housing advocates are not very happy about cal trains involvement in a local housing project. >> why they want the agency to withdraw from the project in san mateo. and advocates are rallying today in force in san francisco. in our next hour, we're going to speak with one of the march organizer whose helped farm workers affected by the thomas fire, coming up.
welcome back so mornings on 2 as we take a look outside this morning a little bit of haze, but those skies are blue and if you are inland, it is going to be a warm one. it will feel like summer is still hanging on with both hands today. >> the first woke of september, the second week. >> this is the time when the weather is -- >> a changing. >> generally perfect in the bay
area. >> especially around the bay. [ and welcome to mornings on 2 on this saturday, september 8. >> we'll have more on your forecast with rosemary momentarily. first, some of the headlines. it is being called the climate day of action with tens of thousands of people taking part in over 800 different demonstrations. >> it is happening nationwide and it is happening here locally with thousands expected to take to the streets later this morning in san francisco. it is being called or expected to be called the largest ever west coast climate march. it is the first for the city. leigh martinez will join us next with a look at what we can preponderate. plus, there is also another huge -- we can expect. plus, there is another huge environmental effort. >> we'll show you how the clean- up aims to shrink about 600,000 square miles of floating garbage out in the pacific and it all starts today in the bay. and if you're heading in and out of the city today from the east bay, you may see delays on the bridge.
the crews will be demolishing the last two spans. >> if you're saying to yourself, they're doing it again? yes, they're doing it again. this is the end of the project. we're going to talk about you about the time frame. what happens during and then what happens after it is all said and done. but first, 9:02. let's go to rosemary. so september and october, these are the big months for weddings and everything happen manager the bay area, so weather tends to be pretty nice. >> and warmer weather tends to come on the second part of summer. we still have a few weeks before fall arrives and a beautiful start over jack london square waking up with partly cloudy skies. the fog along the coastline. the temperatures are rebounding. upper 50s now in santa rosa as well as san francisco. oakland checking in at 62. we have mid 60s to start your day in livermore and san jose, 64. the 24-hour temperature change with all of that, the temperatures are warmer than where we were 24 hours ago.
we started the morning with the clear sky. the temperatures were down. napa was eight degrees cooler. so if you were out the door early, you may have noticed that. feeling quite nice even at this hour. here is the view of storm tracker 2 where we continue with the fog along the coastline, and then the west edge of san francisco, down through san mateo county coastline there, pacifica, half moon bay. the on shore breeze is a light one. 14 miles per hour or so. so generally calm over the north bay a light breeze in napa, generally calm over the south bay as well. for the afternoon, a nice one. if you enjoyed yesterday, the temperatures are very similar. we could see temperatures fall off just a bit. but wince we're already with more sunshine this morning, we could break even. 68 for the afternoon high in san francisco. 74 in oakland. and in the south bay, 82 for san jose. mid to upper 80s for the north bay. 91 degrees in livermore and pittsburgh, low 90s expect there had for the seafood festival going on. the temperature also continue to cool as we get into the days
a-- temperatures will continue to cool as we get into the days ahead. i'll have a look at the extended forecast coming up. organizers are preparing for a demonstration down market street. they are expecting several thousand people to participate and we are there to hear more about their message, they're talking about climate temperatures, the rise, and jobs and environment justice, right, leigh? >> reporter: yes. there are representatives from more than 300 organizations and groups here. everyone is starting to get underway for the speakers who are supposed to be taking the stage here. you can see quite a few organizations who are out there right now. they have their banners, their flags, their posters. we also are seeing different pockets of groups all around the plaza here. now, climate marches have taken place in other cities such as new york, chicago and los angeles. now, today's march in san francisco comes days ahead of the global climate action summit on september 12. now, governor jerry brown organized the summit after president trump pulled the
united states out of the paris cry mt. agreement. the summit will feature former vice president al gore and the research scientist jane goodall. the demonstrators want world leaders to take a more aggressive approach to combat global warming, they wanton a move to renewable energy. joining u us right now is -- joining us right you is cause for central coast. tell me about your organization. >> okay. so cause is based off the central coast of california, and we are here to basicry -- we as an organization represent the spanish-speaking communities, communities that have a lot of, you know, immigrants and a lot of farm workers. the communities that are basically commonly exploited by organizations and corporations that try to take our resources, you know, poe lowell our beaches and -- pollute our beaches and them off to wealthier, less diverse areas. >> reporter: so how can people really develop the power to
make any type of change, to see changes in the climate and to stop pollution? >> so i know a lot of people often think that one person can't do much, which is completely not true so there is power in numbers, and you as a viewer or, you know, whoever wants to decide to try to, you know, better the environment, can join an organization because there is power in numbers. and we as an organization, we were able to stop really big corporation, nrg, from building a fourth power plant in a city with one of the highest asthma rates. we were able to stop them from constructing a fourths power plant, nrg. they wanted to take our resources, hand them off to wealthier, less diverse areas, and over the course of four years, sure, it took time, but we were able to stop that. i can't stress that enough. there are power in numbers. another instance, during the thomas fire, the second largest wildfire in california history, we as an organization took time to individually hand out masks
to farm workers who were not given the proper protection by, of course, what we call the bosses who didn't want to give them the protection and exploited their labor, of course, and we also started up the 805 fund because these farm workers were often undocumented immigrants who wouldn't be able to benefit from the fema financial assistance, and so we raised a million dollars to help give them financial assistance and, you know, give these undocumented folks the money back and basically help them like restart up their lives after these really bad mudslides and fires. >> wonderful. thank you so much for your time. >> thank you. >> the march is going to get started at 11:00. they're doing the speakers first at 9:00 and the march at 11:00 going over to the civic center. ktvu, fox 2 news. expect possible delays today if you are crossing the bay bridge because the last two piers of the old eastern span will be demolished. it will mark the end of the dell licks project take started
three year -- democrat ligs project that started three years ago -- demolition project that started three years ago. they have done it from 11:00 to 1:00 in the afternoon. what caltrans does before is they conduct environmental monitoring. the chp will be out there leading the rolling traffic closures on the bridge and that is just as a precaution. most people on the bridge don't even see anything. the bicycle and pedestrian path if you're thinking hey, i'm going to peek over the edge, they're going to be closed. four remaining foundation also be converted to public use and that includes -- foundations will be converted to public use, and that includes an observation platform. and safety concerns, according to the examiner, they are trying to address an operator shortage and they are doing that by cutting standards and reducing required training hours. the operators are also getting fewer lessons from certified trainers. during the shortage the paper also says some operator whose are trained but not certificate
-- operators who are trained but not certified are being told to pick up the slack. they do not feel safe, but they are insisting the practice is safe. the officials are discussing all of this with the state commission that regulates california rail safety. we have some new numbers on the wildfire that is burning north of redding this weekend. cal fire announced a short time ago that the delta fire grew more than 5,000 acres overnight, nearly 30,000 -- 37, 000 acres, close to 58 square miles now. the fire is on both sides of interstate 5, too, which is a big problem. chp says the major highway will remain closed throughout the weekend with no estimated date to reopen next week. the u.s. forest service says the fire is threatening numerous structures, but so far no official word that any homes have burned thus far. cal fire estimates lit take at least another two weeks for containment. there are nearly 1,900 firefighters on the scene right now. >> we know what it is like to have to leave and come home and
hopefully have something there, and we want to make sure these guys have something to come home to. >> a 45-mile section of interstate 5 has been shut down near lake shasta. detour -- the detour is adding 90 minutes if you're heading to oregon. investigators are trying to figure out if a battery from tesla is to blame for a fire at a metal recycling plant. it started on doolittle drive near davis street yesterday afternoon. there was some concern about the smoke. they thought it might be toxic so they had a shelter in order place briefly. the crews had the flames under control in about an hour. and then when the investigators searched the pile of rubble, they found the tesla. and take a close look at this video because the fbi is new offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps catch the person in it. the video from july 20th shows that person that you can see starting that fire. this is at planned parenthood
facility in watsonville. the video was taken south of green valley road around 4:00 in the morning. the fire did cause a moderate amount of damage, but no one was hurt. anyone with information should contact watsonville police. the fire investigators are trying to figure out what started a house fire in daley city which claimed the life of an elderly man. the fire break out just before 6:00 last night near hillsdale boulevard. the victim, a 76-year-olds man, died a the scene. at least one other -- a 76-year- old man, died at the scene. at least one other person was injured. moderate damage and arson is not expected in that fire. last night a rally was held at the alameda county sheriff's office by critics of the county's urban shield training exercises. the rally was to mark upcoming changes to the program. urban shield was created following the 9-11 terrorist attack to help law enforcement prepare for terrorist attacks and other disasters, but for years the critics have
complained the program focused on the use of military tactics that can frequently target communities of color. earlier this year the board of supervisors voted to end the current urban shield program after 2018 and then refocus its purpose to disaster response training and emergency preparedness. >> you know, we ended urban shield successfully and in its wake we really need to decide as a county what we value and how we are going to prepare for our emergencies. >> this year's urban shield program began wednesday and it continues through monday. in the meantime organizers of that urban shield emergency response program, they're holding a disaster preparedness fair. it is at the alameda county fairgrounds in pleasanton. people will learn how to make simple, personal safety kits in case of a natural disaster like an earthquake. international exhibits include a mag towel 7.0 earthquake simulator. the mission is free and the event runs until 4:00 this afternoon. and a home is trashed after being rented out on airbnb.
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new this morning, housing advocates are questioning the merit of a plan to build houses at a caltrans station in san mateo. caltrans has been talking to the developer about a development of an under used parking lot at the heyward park station. it would create a 189-unit complex with 10% to 20% of the homes priced at affordable housing, but the journal reports that the housing advocates are demanding more affordable units, and they say they're violating a law by only negotiating with one developer. it is 9:16 now. today is an important day in one of the world's largest environmental clean-up projects. it is a story that ktvu has been following for months. a dutch company has been assembling the 2,000-footed- long floating tubes at the naval air station. they will be turned out from the bay area on to the golden gate bridge and out into the ocean.
this project is aimed at scooping up the floating debris between california and hawaii. it is known as the great pacific garbage patch, and it is more than 600,000 square miles. while there are skeptics, the idea is that the ocean currents will move all of that debris into the barrier which will collect the garbage and a ship will then come empty the unit and haul away the trash. california governor jerry brown is directing state agencies to work together to protect plant and animal species in the face of climate change. the governor signed an executive order that says that the state's plants and animals create a, quote, complex and beautiful ecosystem upon which so much california's people and economy depend upon and orders agencies to come up with plans for protecting native species and restoring natural habitats. time now is 9:17. let's go over to rosemary for a check of the saturday forecast and when does it get hot?
[ laughter ] >> it fends upon where you are today. i would say go inland if you like it hot. if you like it cool, pacifica may be a good spot. if you like it mild, santa cruz, always one of my favorite spots. we will continue with high pressure in control of our weather pattern, but it is weakening. as we get into the days ahead, it will be a low and then a trough that develops from the pacific northwest that will begin to inflounce us a little bit -- influence us a little bit more. we started out a little cooler where we had clear skies, but now the temperatures are up by a few degrees over yesterday morning, and the sun is shining in many spots, and hopefully you're enjoying it. giving you a view here at storm tracker 2. we're seeing a cloud cover thin out down through the area, and still seeing it along the west edge of san francisco down to pacifica and halfman bay. santa cruz as well, although -- half moon bay, santa cruz as well. and hayward is reporting six.
the winds have been generally light and warm for most of -- light and calm for most of the north bay. rebounding in a big way for some of our inland communities with the sun shining. 68 in concord. 65 in livermore and 62346 walnut creek. you get close to the water -- 62 in walnut creek. you get close to the water, san jose 64 for you. along the peninsula, 62 now in belmont. 65 for you, san mateo. as we get into the afternoon, mild to warm, a tad hot for some. 70 degrees is the hot. and 90 degrees for st. helena. for our east bay, 74. 73 for oakland. if you're going to see the a's play later today, 93 degrees. south bay, 82. for san jose, 75. along the peninsula, mountain view, we have an art and wine fest, 79 for you into the afternoon. 65 in the city of san francisco. low to mid 60s, pacifica, half
moon bay. headed to tahoe, chilly, overnight lows, in the 30s. it feels a whole lot like fall there. we've got some great weather here as well. the temperature also cool back just a tad as we get -- temperatures will cool back just a tad as we get into the business week. eventually our inland communities are back into the upper 70s and low 80s. >> thank you, rosemary. and shares of tesla fell more than 6% after the company's ceo elon musk appeared on the joe roguian experience podcast. and there is some video there. at one point he puffed on what he called a marijuana tobacco cigarette. on top of that, tesla announced that its chief accounting officer just resigned after just a month on the job. and all of this follows musk's controversial tweet about taking that car company private. in an interview with "the new york times," it describes the toll that the job has taken on him. a group of volunteers said there is more con -- a more constructive way to protest
nike's ad campaign featuring colin kaepernick. some have been burning their nike gear. and the turlock native has been a controversial figure since he began kneeling during the national anthem to protest social justice. a group of volunteers says instead of destroying nike gear, they'd like people to donate it to help out the homeless. >> when you live outdoors, that is ultimately the primary thing that you have to worry about is how i am going to get from today to tomorrow. we have people every week that come in shoeless. there is no reason for people to in the have people who are in greater need than themselves. >> if you are interested in donating your used nike gear, you can contact a local non- profit donation center and see where the items can be best put to use. a retail research firm says online sales of nike apparel and shoes have actually surged in the few days since colin kaepernick became the face of a
new advertising campaign. nike's kaepernick d debuted on labor day. it shows the nike orders jumped 27% in the next four days when compared to the previous year's sales. some current and former oakland raiders helped kick off the high school season at macarthur beefed. boulevard. h raiders have a deep connection to community and that oakland will remain at the heart of the team no matter where that franchise is playing their games. a bay area business puts her own spin on flavored water. how you can get a taste that is straight ahead.
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opened. it is a new venture for the woman who started the company simply because she found herself face with a problem she wanted to solve. this store important on union street is new for san francisco bay. a swing and a little boutique. it is sort of like a coffee bar, just without the coffee. >> and they can just come in and enjoy the experience of hint. >> hint is afterall, all about water. water with, yes, a hint of fruit flavor. it is a product that was created after hint's founder and ceo cara golden, found herself faced with a problem. >> i was drinking a ton of soda and now the more i know about diet sweeteners. everybody reacts differently but at the end of the day it is not good stuff that you're put ing into your body. >> reporter: take was 13 years ago. at the time she was pregnant with her fourth child. she knew water was good for her and she knew she should drink more, but golden just didn't like the way it tasted. so she started adding fruit, kept experimenting, and when
the water tasted better, she started drinking more. >> and in six months just from drinking my own version of hint that i had created, i had lost over 50 pounds. >> golden says she knew shes with on to something and so she and her husband invested their own money. they got some tracks, but they still had another -- traction, but they still had another problem, golden says she and her husband didn't really know what they were doing. she had a talk a chemicalla cola executive -- chemicalla cola executive, and instead -- coca cola executive and instead he shut her down. >> sweetie, people love sweet. but at the end of the day, like that is why diet works because diet things are sweet. >> and that is when she says the solution to her problem was pretty clear. [ if i don't actually go out and launch this company, then no one else is going to do it. >> fair to say things have worked out pretty well.
hint now has four offices, 130 employees, and has been estimated at about $100 million in value. the company now shifts directly to consume -- ships directly to consumers an its product line is expanding, yes, once again based on problems that golden keeps finding. >> i had skin cancer a couple of years ago, and i had, you know, not the thing that a ceo or a mother of four really wants to hear. >> she had the cancer removed, but then started doing research about sunscreen and didn't find anything she really liked. >> a lot of these sunscreens that i really want are in the dermatology offices, and they're so expensive. >> and she says they didn't smell good. >> so i use the fruit from three of our different flavors, pineapple, grapefruit and pear and threw it into the sub screen and then we got the fda approval, which is a whole other topic. >> it does smell really good. today the journey continues. these days some call her a
consumer advocate, although she says she just thinks people should know what they're buying. >> like keeping focused on how do we continue to serve the consumer and how do we continue to help that consumer get healthy. >> how do you solve the problem? >> how do you solve the problem. >> if you want to check it out, it is 2100 block on union street. >> i love their water. hay nod clue they made sunscreen. but i guess it smells good. >> it smells great. >> thank you for joining us this morning. tune in to the latest news developments or look to our web site at ktvu.com. >> we're off early. at 9:00, fox's all act college football previewing ucla and oklahoma, and that game starts at 10:00. we will see you on the plus in a couple of minutes! [ music ]
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