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hundreds of people turn out for a demonstration that lasts until morning. it started peacefully. my demonstrators say they don't want the funds to distract people from the message. demonstrations continued in seattle with thousands of arrests were made. the latest on the ongoing battle between police and protesters. and coronavirus cases continue to rise not only in california, but across the country. the latest on the cases here in the bay area as the fact he moves into the final stage. >> from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2 . welcome to mornings on 2 it is sunday, july 26 . and good morning everyone. i am alex savidge. i am in this morning for frank
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mallicoat. let's have a check on your bay area whether, and it might be a great start to the day for some folks, but we shouldup, yesterd good morning. as you mentioned, it is another great one along the coast, and inside the bay as we can to the afternoon. temperatures are going to be right about where they should be this time of year. we are looking at seasonal temperatures. 60s opposed, 70s and 80s around the bay. a few low 90s expected inland. temperatures take a dip tomorrow and then back up slightly on tuesday to fall again. better details on the current conditions and the rest of today and thfocast coming up. four thanks, rosemary. it's been two months since00 pe the south streets of last night in the city's latest march and rally in support of
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the black lives matter movement. demonstration included members of the bay area all of moms who put wore bright yellow shirts and carried piece sense. group leaders came to act as human barriers to protect the demonstrators and they say they refused to be intimidated. four we know there are forces that would try and undo the good they are doing. or prevent them from doing what they are doing. >> this bay area group was inspired by the walls moms in portland. embers of that have become the icons of the nightly protest that had taken place in portland during the past two months. >> the protesting remain peaceful during the earlmorning >> reporter: good morning. the protest started last night and did not end until early this morning. protesters took to the streets of oakland, not only to support the black lives matter movement, but also in solidarity with demonstrations happening and portland after
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federal forces were sent there. oakland police department says several people were arrested last night and the alameda county superior court house was set on fire. windows at the police department were broken and spray-painted. there were other reports of vandalism and small fires set in the downtown area as well. the department says some people through fireworks at officers. while the protest took a violent turn in the late-night hours, it did not start that way. protesters does not take away from the message that federal police should not be involved in protests and they are taking a stand against their presence in oakland if it should get to that point. four i feel like protesters are just people who want to be heard . they are fighting for equality, and is likely should be allowed to do that without intervention. >> we do have a photographer out in oakland right now, and we will share images of the aftermath of the protest at 7:30. live, ktvu, fox 2 news. the wall of moms group
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held a smaller protest in palo alto and supported the protesters in portland. several people stood along the corner yesterday afternoon. organizers say they were protesting police brutality and president trump sending federal officers into cities. >> and there were protests all around the country, around 200 people gathered in downtown los angeles. there was some vandalism at federal buildings, and officers made a few arrest. about 50 people chanting outside l.a. city hall, and one group the product a freeway about a mile south of downtown. but this protest wrapped up before 10:00. a very different story in seattle, where 21 officers were injured and police made more than 40 arrests. two large groups of demonstrators joined forces and marched toward the king county family justice center. they broke windows in several businesses and entered a construction site and set fire to equipment in both car windows. when police ordered this crowd to leave, the crowd began throwing bottles and tossing
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explosives at officers. as many as 5000 people came together for a demonstration in downtown portland overnight. that is where there have been protests every night for the past two months. this started as demonstrations against police toddy, but they've turned into protest against president trump who sent federal officers into portland. police called last night's event a riot and federal agents used tear gas and the crowd, surrounding the federal courthouse. most of that crowd left by about 230 this morning. there are reports of some injuries, but police have not released many details. you can get latest developments on all of these protests on our ktvu news app free to download in the app store. and that's the coronavirus pandemic, cases continue to rise in the 4.1 million cases reported. florida now has more cases than new york making estate with the second most cases in the country behind california. at least 50 intensive care
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units reached capacity. last year, 18 states set daily case records and 40 have had 14 day increases per capita. more than 73,000 new cases were added across the country yesterday. the second highest daily total since the pandemic began. here in california, the state added more than 6000 covid-19 cases over the last 24 hours. right now, there are over 446,000 cases statewide. more than 8400 people have died. in the bay area, there are more than 47,000 covid-19 cases, and 761 people have died. a vaccine for the coronavirus has set to begin final state testing tomorrow. the final stage of testing. the vaccine was created by the national institute of health. the study is going to include 30,000 participants. a few other vaccines have begun smaller, late stage studies and other countries, and here in the usa, the series of studies
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are planned to begin each month to the fall. >> 15 members of the petaluma fire department are under quarantine this morning after one firefighter tested positive for covid-19. officials say the firefighter it is in good condition and has not been hospitalized. fire station with the infected firefighter works is closed for cleaning by a professional sanitation company while the station is closed. the fire department will assist petaluma and responding to emergency calls. a 17 san quentin and made has died from complications of covid-19 to the president says there are 628 active coronavirus cases now. more than 100 staff members have been infected. the latest death comes as work is underway to deep clean the 600,000 square foot interior of the prison. >> this morning, we are learning more about, learning more from the alameda county sheriff's office about the civilian employee who died from the coronavirus. they say 61-year-old valerie
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leon died on friday night. she joined the department in 1997, and most recently worked as an administrator in the corners office. she is survived by three children and 13 grandchildren. >> all right. your time number 7:08. the talk about our sunday forecast. i drove in today. just even saying that, rosemary is something i have not set in a long time. i drove into work today, and as i did, it was certainly gray out side. he looked similar to how we've been starting the weekends. yes. >> yes. yes, more of the same. it must've been surreal to actually drive in this morning. if you are getting on the roadways, we have the clouds and fog out there this morning for visibility does not look back on the roadways. if you do have to be someplace where we may have delays because of the weather. giving a live look your across the bay into san francisco where we cannot see the city this morning.
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and now, over two yesterday we morningeratures though, very similar to yesterday. 54 degrees right now in santa rosa. we have 55 in san francisco. oakland reporting 62. upper 50s, livermore, and hasan has a waking up with more sunshine than san francisco and santa rosa. temperatures are mild, even a tad warmer in livermore this morning. along sfl up by four degrees. and around the bay area up in regard to the restarted yesterday. the winds remain on shore. fairfield reporting 21 miles per hour. so there's good news there. have not lost it completely. you can see it's fairly weak out there and the onshore breeze not expected to pick up and bring us any relief. we will have another warm day. giving you a look here at some of that cloud cover. the darker shades of gray indicating where the fog is thicker up over the hills this
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morning and said the bay. half moon bay reporting seven mile visibility. so even though it is thick, the marine layer depth, about 2000 feet, not necessarily close to the ground. so close that you are going to have trouble with it right along the highways. giving you a look here at the quiet one over our area. and for the afternoon, temperatures write about average. santa rosa, low 80s in the forecast for you today. san francisco 67, 75 for oakland. 91 in livermore, and san jose expected to go to about 82. we are going to cool it off slightly on monday, and then warming up a little bit on tuesday. cool it down wednesday. more on this coming up in the extended forecast. >> okay, thank you, rosemary. coming up this morning. the last an generation of civil rights leaders will be remembered today. most of the coming week is the nation says a final farewell to john lewis. in my class, a look back at the incredible record-setting career of budgetary tv personality regis philbin who died this weekend.
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something wrong, do something. his actions showed us just that. >> later today, lewis's body will be carried across the edmund pettis bridge and return to washington, d.c. where he will lie and say that the u.s. capital. this funeral service will be held in dr. martin luther king jr.'s ebenezer baptist church in atlanta on thursday. >> broadcasting legend regis philbin has died at the age of 88 . he spent 52 years in the broadcasting industry and was on tv a record 16,746 hours. julie banderas takes a look back at his career. >> reporter: he talked his way into our hearts. regis, francis, xavier was born august 25th 1933 in new york. he was named after his father's alma mater regis high school. he graduated from cardinal hayes high school in the bronx
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before going to notre dame where he majored in sociology. after college, he joined the u.s. navy. he then began his television career as a stagehand and delivery boy for a tv station in los angeles. he soon became a news writer, and was so good that he was offered a job at another station of this board's castor. in 1960, he began a four year period as a news anchor for ko geo tv in san diego. in 1975 he began a six-year stretch as host of amr sandals. finally, he was becoming a success >> i used to watch regis and i go, he just made me laugh. every time i turned on the television he was doing something silly, or something stupid, or something courageous . >> after an unsuccessful nbc talkshow, he teamed with cindy garvey to host the morning show on abc. after a few weeks, he was climbing the ratings letter in
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new york. he was red-hot, and gained more rave reviews with his health styles show on cable. in 1985, kathy lee gifford joined the show. three years later, live with regis and kathy lee went into syndication. his boyish charm teamed with kathy lee's boldness created a show that america loved. in 1991, the duo hosted the miss america pageant live from atlantic city. almost a decade later, regis was at it again, hosting the game show who wants to be a millionaire on abc. this program became a phenomenon, with philbin asking the question that became famous. >> in 2001, his dual role of talkshow host by day, game show guru by night and him daytime emmys. that same year, kathy lee went out the door and kelly reppert joined as cohost. lightning had struck twice with the popular daytime house. a legend that made our days a
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little brighter. and that might night made us feel like 1 million bucks in new york, julie banderas, fox news. four hurricane hannah made landfall in texas this weekend moved inland. the storm was about at 5:00 p.m. local time and brought heavy winds and rain. flash flooding is expected across portions of southern texas and northeastern new mexico. it's the first hurricane of the atlantic season to make landfall. in the meantime, hawaii is bracing for douglas. that's one peaked as a category four, but it has since weakened to a category one. douglas is expected to just miss the big island, and then pass over maui today, but forecasters say the path could change and cause more damage to the big island. the storm brings the possibility of damaging winds, flooding, rain, and dangerous high surf. >> all right. let's check back in with
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rosemary. you are tracking both of those systems. >> yes. so we're looking at douglas. still offshore, but moving towards the hawaiian islands, giving you a look here at what is going on out there. we do expect it to continue to be a category one as it moves in , and moves over those islands a little bit later today. checking on the path for you, we are looking at it, as alex mentioned crossing on the north edges there of the islands, expected to have wind at about 80 miles per hour, perhaps 75. as it moves through, right now, the winds are 90 miles per hour and moving west or northwest at 16 miles per hour. with the strong winds, the heavy rain, the possibility of flash flooding, as well as coastal flooding of alex mentioned a moment ago. so we are tracking that they're in tracking that here. the low clouds and fog back with us this morning.
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sso reporting gray skies. yesterday, waking up with blue skies, not the case this morning. 55 degrees over san francisco. we have 54 in santa rosa. low 60s in oakland, upper 50s in the more as well as san jose. very similar to where we were yesterday with a few degrees. we have still with us 21 miles per hour reported. a little bit stronger than where we were yesterday. i think for the afternoon today, it's going to feel very similar to yesterday. summit maybe a tad warmer or cooler, but all in all, a little change expected. we got the fog out there this morning along the coast inside the bay stretching into the east bay. areas that ha yesterday now, waking up with the cloudy partly sunny skies. this pattern is not going to uch. we are going to see temperatures move just up by a few degrees, back down by a few degrees. more on that in the extended forecast. here's a look at the afternoon highs expected today. 80 degrees for nevada. beautiful weather for you there. the display be a warm wind. upper 80s for concord. around
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the bay, mild .67 over san francisco. mid-70s expected in oakland. upper 70s for hayward. along the coast, 64 expected in pacifica. santa cruz in the low 70s and for south a, 82 over san jose. 90 degrees expected in morgan hill. your extended forecast, temperatures dropping slightly on monday. a minor warm-up on tuesday, been a bit of a cooldown on wednesday. more dramatic. we should fill that one, definitely. the midweek wednesday cooldown, but it does not last. temperatures backup a few degrees for and 50. very seasonal, very comfortable for this time of year. back to you. all right, looks good. rosemary, thank you. tens of thousands of masks found sitting in storage. how a group of bay area volunteers, doctors, and engineers are working together to make sure they can be put to good use. also, we are learning a few more details about the republicans coronavirus relief
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bill. when treasury secretary steve mnuchin says people should expect their next stimulus check. >> show that black lives matter. i don't wait for anyone else to give you permission to validate who you are. >> the black lives matter movement is saying we matter. >> the term anra every dinner conversation. >> to make some changes. and we hear you. bunesses au could do better than that?
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the work atomics variance. one of the big issues for covid-19 has been affordable housing. and in the san francisco bay area, it's been a magnet for these jobs that pay six figures. the problem is, you get these people coming in for these thousands and thousands of jobs that pay good money but they cannot buy a home here. post covid-19, what's happening is it is going to force experiment and you and i, and many others to have to work from home. and we found that we can do it, and employers have found out that they can track a as we are online. you know how many minutes on the computer how many calls we make, they can regulate that. so i think we will see a shift where people that want to get these good jobs in the bay area but cannot afford homes, they can live in the central valley, they can live in sacramento, they cannot find affordable housing and still get these great jobs. that's going to help those individuals and help the tech firms who rely on these people to work for them.
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>> also said to keep an eye on the election this year. the presidential race is key but the seats in the house and senate could have a bigger impact on taxes and the economy moving forward. tomorrow, republican lawmakers are expected to roll out their proposal for the next coronavirus aid package. steven mnuchin says the $1200 stimulus checks will be coming out sometime in august. the gop's unveiling plan had a delay over how much money should be given to people who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. democrats want to extend the $600 weekly payments that ends but some republican leaders wants to get the payments to just $200. secretary mnuchin will join chris wallace at 10:00 a.m. to discuss workers and businesses affected by the pandemic. hotel chain speaking out about reports that immigration and custom enforcement has been using their hotels us temporary
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detainment centers. they posted a message on line saying this is not activity that we support, or in any way wants to associate with our hotels. the associated press reports the children have been temporarily held in hotels in arizona and texas. hilton says it plans to deny all future reservations. and suv drove through a crowd of demonstrators during a protest in a denver suburb. video shows the crowd scattering as a blue jeep runs right through the group. a protester fired a gun, and two other protesters were injured. one is taken right away to a hospital. the other walked in later with a minor injury. the chip was towed away. it's not clear at this point if anyone was arrested. demonstrators also broke windows at the courthouse and set fi >> wright, 7:20 expert coming up, we know the mask was in san francisco have gotten even strict, will tell you about those new rules and why one woman says she does understand
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the importance of keeping her face covered. and the search for a hit-and- run driver in pleasantville. the lead that witnesses gave police in the hopes it leads to an arrest.
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what will be the first thing you do as soon as you're able? at ikea, we wondered that too... we found that people didn't say catching a new movie, or going on a trip. it was to simply be with loved ones. having that first hug. sharing that first meal together. and showing off the good news. we know you can't wait to welcome people back into your home, and neither can we. let's get ready for what's next. ikea. the founder of a well-known
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bay area motorcycle club has died. how friends and family gathered to remember toby jean levinson and how he helped the community. also, protest last into the early morning hours in the east day. my demonstrators say they don't want the violence and destruction to distract people from the message. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. now, we give you a live look here at foggy conditions on the gold it gave bridge here on this sunday morning. welcome, everyone. back into mornings on 2 , it is sunday, july 26. good to be with you. i am alex savidge in this morning for frank mallicoat. >> and i am claudine wong. alex, great to see you. >> yeah, good to be with you, buddy. always. >> coming in on a sunday. thanks to rosemary orozco of course for watching the weather for us as well. we saw a foggy shop the golden gate ridge. not something we have not seen before.
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it always begs the question, how long is it going to take before that turns away? >> yeah. mning to you, claudin all of the other this morning. covered in gray, a little bit of fog and patchy drizzle. i think a late morning, early afternoon burn off is expected for all of us. once again we will be partly sunny along the coastline as we continue with this pattern. temperatures are expected to be very similar to yesterday, giving you a live look there at that golden gate bridge shot. we are looking at temperatures ranging from the low 60s at the coast to 70s around the bay, to low 90s for our hotspots. so it's going to be one inland, but not too hot. definitely bearable by july standards. temperatures will cool off just slightly, and then they are backup once again. also a little roller coaster ride for the days ahead. i will have a look at what you can expect for the bay area sunday and the weekend coming up in just a bit. >> okay, look forward to that. rosemary, thank you. it's now been two months since
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george floyd was killed in the custody of minneapolis police. 700 people filled the streets of oakland last night in support of black lives matter, and demonstrations th while the protest and open begin, peaceful thdown. ktvu joined us by this morning with what we saw unfolding in the east bay. sarah? snack good morning, alex. now that the sun is up we are getting a better look at the aftermath of nice protest. you can take a look at the video here. the oakland police department's of the alameda county superior court house was set on fire. you can see the shattered windows and graffiti in this video. several people were arrested last night. according to the pd, there were reports of vandalism to the police station, and small fires set in downtown oakland as well. while the night did take a violent turn, it started peacefully. with hundreds of protesters wanting their voices
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heard. they were not just there to support black lives matter, but also, in solidarity with demonstrations happening in portland after federal police were sent there. a group called the bay area wall of moms acted as a human barrier to protect demonstrators. they were inspired by the wall of moms in portland who had done the same thing at protest there. they say they are taking a stand against the federal forces and open if they should get to that point. i have reached out to the oakland police department, for more information about last night protest and are waiting to hear back. reporting live, sara zendehnam, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> this is the first weekend of san francisco's new health order in response to the growing number of coronavirus cases in the city. it does require people to wear masks , and nearly all situations once they step outside her door. this was a scene on the streets of san francisco yesterday. some people were wearing masks, but others were not. woman says she understands the importance of keeping her face covered to stop the spread of
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the virus. >> i was doing it before they made it mandatory because we are all trying to be mindful of each other, but we know people are not. so, i tried to do my part. >> everyone over the age of 10 years old and san francisco is now required to wear a mask anytime they come within 6 feet of another person. those who cannot wear a face covering due to medical conditions must carry a written note from the doctor, or other medical professional. >> and, crowds of people seem to be ignoring social distancing and mask wearing guidelines. the city has repeatedly asks large crowds not together there. efforts have also been made to deter people from going to the lake. a restricted parking and band food trucks and vendors on the weekend. but it does not seem to be working. large gatherings are feeling the spread of the coronavirus in oakland and elsewhere. >> and officer with the los angeles police department has died from covid-19. officer valentin martinez died on friday. he was a 13 year veteran of the
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department. officer martinez was 40 factors old and was about to become a father. he tested positive for the virus at the end of may. l.a. mayor eric garcetti described martinez as a hero. >> one of those front-line individuals that embodies the city government family. said would never stop working for all of you. he made the ultimate sacrifice serving all of us. >> officer martinez is the second lapd employee to die from the illness. for the 23 lapd officers have tested positive for the coronavirus true the department is investigating where martinez may have contracted the virus. >> police are investigating a shooting this morning that left a 20-year-old man dead. officers responded to reports of gunfire at about 7:30 on friday night. through the intersection of gateway drive and brown street. the victim in this case was pronounced dead at the scene. police have not released his name yet, and they have not
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said if they have anyone in custody. this was vallejo's 16th homicide of the year. pleasant hill police are looking for a hit-and-run driver lucy crashed into another car. police released this photo of the damaged car. now, this happened just before 11:00 on friday night. police say a 10, 2000 model ford explorer was traveling northbound when it ran a red light. the suv hit a red nissan on concord avenue. witnesses say the driver of the explorer got into interstate 680 going southbound. the person in the nissan was not hurt. a memorial for the founder of a legendary motorcycle club was held in oakland. friends and loved ones gathered together to read bertolli livingston who started back in 1958. the group was the bay area's first all-black motorcycle club. the dragons became known for their commitment to family and their strong sense of community. the club often organized charity drives and fundraising events. beakers at the memorial talked about livingston's place in the
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club, and the city of oakland. >> as founder and president, toby exuded the values he built into the clubs foundation. community, honor, family, and brotherhood. the dragons became the blueprint for countless motorcycle clubs and toby became a leader to so many backers around the world. >> livingston was also friends with the black panther party who had headquarters near the clubhouse. he was 86 years old. >> police in kentucky say three members of an armed militia group were accidentally shot in a bizarre incident during a demonstration in louisville. this happened yesterday during the latest protest in the hometown of breonna taylor. she is the african-american woman who was killed in a controversial police shooting earlier this year. police say one member of that militia group accidentally shot and wounded three others during a counter demonstration. all three of those who are expected
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to recover. four all right, your time now 7:37. and let's talk about how our weekend is shaping up and the week is starting. yes, good morning to you, claudine. happy sunday to everybody. we have another good look day on the way. this morning, waking up with the clouds, the fog, and visibility okay. we are with temperatures very similar to yesterday. the winds are onshore, but really light. a live look there. we have gray skies and place this morning. was not the case yesterday. we woke up with a blue sky over areas. even the golden gate bridge had a little bit of blue sky yesterday. so the clouds yesterday were more widespread. 55 degrees reported in san francisco. 54 in santa rosa. upper 50s livermore and san jose, good morning at 59. there's your 24-hour temperature change. a near repeat of yesterday. a few degrees warmer in livermore, as well as sfo. everyone else, very similar.
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the wind is generally light. we have not been in concord reporting onshore present nine miles per hour. fairfield reporting 21 miles per hour. so, just enough to help us out and keep temperatures and check. not too hot for today. the fog will be with us at least for the morning hours expect that late morning burn off-- temperatures are going to cool slightly as we get back to work on monday. it does not last, though. i have details on what you can expect in the extended forecast, coming up. rosemary, thank you for coming up here on mornings on
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2, the debate over reopening schools rages on. but protest at california's state capital urging the governor to let kids back into school. plus, the giants new coaches making history as the first woman to coach on a major league team after a break, we will hear from allison atkins paris and hear what it meant to them seeing their daughter take the field. also, we can let you know here that you can have all of your morning headlines delivered right to you by signing up for the new ktvu newsletter. all you have to do is go to ktvu.com to sign up for the daily service. want restaurants to open?
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dozens of parents are calling on governor newsom to reopen schools this fall. parents attended a rally yesterday at the state capital. there are five requirements for reopening's ills. accounting must be on the states watch list for two weeks straight. all teachers have to wear face masks. so while students eight years old and up. symptom checks and regular handwashing and social distance thing must all be enforced. >> we want our children to get back to the classroom to do with their teachers, be with their friends, and get back to learning the right way. >> parents say their children have missed out on so much
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already. many are chanting for more years. dozens of bay area schools are seeking stuff that would let them reopen classes this fall. last week, governor newsom said instruction would start online for counties on the coronavirus watchlist strip on friday, governor newsom said elementary schools and counties on the watchlist could apply for a waiver to alter those rules. officials then say which schools were asking for waivers. the governor says school districts must work with both parents and teacher labor unions to come up with specifics for any waiver plan. nearly all of the bay area school districts are beginning with the new school year with online classes only. and a new national poll finds most american parents are worried about returning to traditional in-person classes when instruction resumes. the associated press survey found that 80% of those questioned are worried or scared about sending their children back to class as they think it would contribute to ridding the virus. and the nation's top infectious disease expert says there is reason for concern.
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>> we need to start off with a little humility and say we don't know all the answers to that right now. that's for sure. studies are coming out. >> the same survey found nearly 67% of americans are opposed to president trump's strong push to quickly reopen american schools. >> colleges and universities across the country are also trying to figure out if they will hold in-person classes when school resumes. most of the major bay area colleges are planning to hold limited classes on campus. many schools across the country say they will only have online classes. that includes harvard university which plans to charge the full tuition. then, as some students consider their options. >> i'm considering taking the fall semester off because after experiencing the virtual spring, i really feel like i missed out on a variable is enough active the harvard
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education, which is the harvard experience. >> reporter: most schools that plan to hold on campus classes say it won't be the same as last fall. instead, masks will be required , dorm capacity reduced, social distancing in classrooms, and coronavirus testing will be conducted. a network of volunteers and health professionals are refurbishing tens of thousands of masks to help slow the spread of covid-19. the group called the scrappy stripers takes expired masks that have been sitting in storage and makes them safe and usable once again. volunteers removed the elastic and re-strapped the mess with a thicker band. new ones are no longer suitable public health guidelines and they are acceptable to be used in the community. >> this just seem like the opportunity to bring people
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together and get them a little bit of hope, let them feel good about serving in the community and giving back. >> for me, as a physician, it is incredibly important because this is one of the evidence- based pieces to knocking down this virus. >> so far, the scrappy stripers have finished about half of the 80,000 masks that were found at ucsf. the products are donated to seniors, homeless people, and members of underserved communities. two we are making history this season. allison akin is the first woman to coach a big-league team. her parents say this is just the beginning. >> packing it first base. >> during the giant exhibition game monday night, watched her youngest daughter alyssai go th alyssa. and he was not watching the same tv i was. and i go, there's alyssa on first base. it was incredible. >> from the family home, alyssa's errands had no idea that their 30-year-old would be making her debut as a first
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woman in mlb history coaching for a big-league team. neither did alyssa. two she did say she was glad she was wearing-- should not say this glad i was wearing a mask. so nobody could see my lips tremble. >> the nerves went away on tuesday. she did the whole exhibition game. her parents never thought it would be possible. four on on the baseball field, and not in my wildest dreams. as far as making it an impact somewhere, even in the organization, yes. she would. >> before earning a masters degree in sports management at usf. alyssa was a intern in 2014. she worked on community projects their enterprises. before moving to operations. holding her head up high, when she was named coach despite naysayers and the pressure. >> across from the park,
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watching opening night thursday, appreciate the diversity. >> more and more prominent in these mail-based professional leaks. the maxim helping they aspire for more. >> that's where you start first base, and then some days it should becomes a manager. >> alyssa's parents say their daughter does not see himself as a trailblazer. her focus is on the team and living. changing the culture, and making the giants organization better along the way. >> i'm hoping that the other ones in the league realize you know, there may be something to this that can help us. and there's other female talent out there that can do what she is doing. ktvu fox 2 news . so proud. you just love that beer rosemary, joining us once again to check on the weather here in the bay area, and are starting off a gray and cool, but
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eventually, we will see some sunshine. eventually. >> yes, indeed. good morning, alex. it's the cloudy skies during the morning to keep us very comfortable in the afternoon. that's exactly what we are going to get. again, for today, temperatures where they should be for this time a year. no extreme heat in the forecast although it will be warm for communities. giving alive look there for ktvu towards the estuary san francisco. we do have the cloud cover in place in areas that started out with blue skies yesterday also covered in gray. one of those giving a view now. we have some fog out there as well. we will continue with this pattern. temperatures, coming up to slightly only to fall a little bit. then back up once again. when it comes to the cloud cover, i think by about 10:00 or 11:00, it begins doing road. there is a look at 9:00 along the coast in the north bay as well as east bay through parts of the straight and into the delta.
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by noontime, close to 11:00 or so, it's pulling back out of the area that will go partly sunny along the coastline for today. mostly sunny for the rest of us. into the afternoon. those clouds holding very close to the coast. and i want to point you to the sierra. because again, day after day, we watched the thunderstorms developed over this area. if you're thinking about heading toward the sea, over some social distancing, camping, hiking, that sort of thing, they prepare those afternoon thunderstorms and are expected to come around again today. the temperatures outside right now, under partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. 57 degrees to start your morning. upper 50s to low 60s for the east bay shore. in the east bay, 59 in livermore. her afternoon highs for today, gorgeous in areas over nevada. napa, santa rosa. low 80s expected for you there. going to be a warm one in concord and upper 80s to low 90s around the bay.
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72 in berkeley, 67 in the city of sentence disco. for half moon bay, this afternoon 64. santa cruz, 71 for south bay, 88 . louise expected san jose. there's your extended forecast. we will continue with this trend temperatures cooling off slightly on monday. back up on tuesday. we get a notable drop on wednesday. i think that will be the first time we feel a difference. according expected midweek wednesday but we bump up those numbers by thursday. back to you. >> okay, sounds good, rosemary. coming up, this year's emmy awards will be a lot different than it has been in the years past. how the ceremony is going to proceed, and some of the top contenders. plus, the giants looking for their first win of the season against the daughters. after the break we take a look to see if they were able to hold on and avoid a 0-3 start. you are thirsty and we know that you want a cold drink.
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nominations for the emmy awards are set to be announced this coming tuesday. reporter ashley dvorkin has a look at some of these years predictions and what the ceremony might look like in middle of the pandemic. >> the primetime emmy awards are september 20th with host jimmy kimmel. due to that one of ours pandemic, questions remain about how it's all going to work. >> one popular theory is that it might look like the way espn handled the nfl draft a couple months ago. sort of like high production quality cameras set up in nominees homes for
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reactions, because one thing that really has to translate is the live nature of it all. no one has really done a big live eventshow to happen during of this and it was pretaped. >> covid-19 shutdowns have affected many productions including contenders. >> a project were aretha franklin character, their productions and i got pushed. another big contender this year was thought to be chris rock doing the fourth cycle of fargo on fx. >> we have a couple other projects that got pushed forward in the nonfiction space. the last dance. >> predictions are already in for major categories >> a lot of people think that this could be the year that succession bubbles to the top. those are not a show that is
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getting on in years, but people seem to really care about it and he mentioned for that show has really grown. big little lies is competing as a drama after a miniseries a couple years ago. morning show. >> emmy nominations will be announced july 20 in hollywood, ashley dvorkin, fox news. >> bluegrass festival has been officially canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak.happen october at golden gate park. instead, festival organizers are putting together an online broadcast that will feature new performances along with old footage. this year would have been the 20th anniversary of harley strictly. the festival typically draws about 750,000 people over three days. people are coming together online to support the oakland zoo. the zoo hosted a ritual fundraiser, and reopening celebration. it's called lala zoo law.
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>> tonight we are doing 100% going to your favorite zoo. this is 100% going to the animal care fund. >> visit was planning to fully reopen on wednesday, and there will be special preview days for donors and members tomorrow and tuesday. the zoo has faced extreme financial hardships like many other bay area institutions and businesses. last nights event included guest speakers and a silent auction. the children's land in oakland is also getting a boost in support. so far in allman fundraiser has raised more than $148,000. they have a $300,000 goal. fairyland wants to reach that goal in order to reopen whenever it's allowed. the park had a plan to reopen soon, but the recent increasing coronavirus cases forced fairyland to put off reopening. we have put a link to the donation site under the links in the ktvu news app. giants and dodgers wrap up.
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i beg your pardon. the giants and dodgers wrapped up their season opening series in los angeles tonight. yesterday, the giants beat the dodgers 5-for to give the first one is the new manager. wilmer flores, and donovan solano hit a two run double in san francisco's victory. the giants were outscored 17-to in their first two games before their first 0-3 start in eight years. >> the los angeles angels are in the oakland coliseum this afternoon in the first series of the new season. yesterday, in l.a., there 4-1 victory. the ball into the seventh inning in his debut as an angel. they have right now one ring and one loss in this new season where of course, there are no fans in the stands. >> hundreds of people turned out for a demonstration in oakland that lasted through the night and into this morning.
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it did start peacefully, but when the sun set, the problems began. why demonstrators say they do not want the violence and destruction to distract people from their message. and the magicians continue in seattle where dozens of arrest were made. the latest on the ongoing battle between police and protesters. and coronavirus case continuing to rise not only in california, but across the country. the latest on the case is here in the bay area as a vaccine moves into the final stage of its study. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. and good morning to you. taking a live look outside as the sun is making it appearance and saying hello to you. it is not look at these day. and it looks pretty. a little spiderweb on our camera. but we've been waiting for that to burn off. it looks like the process is underway. welcome to mornings on 2. it is
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sunday, july 26. i am claudine wong. >> morning, everyone. i am alex savidge. yes, some folks are's already seeing sunshine this morning. it's gorgeous on that part of the bay area. rosemary is here to tell us one folks who are little closer to the bay might start to see the burn off. yes, good morning to you. to all of you, happy sunday. we are going to see another mostly sunny day away from the coastline. i think we will get a late morning, early afternoon burn off once again. temperatures are expected to be very similar to where we were yesterday. so starting with morning clouds. the afternoon sun, temperatures ranging from low 60s and areas of her pacifica to low 90s for folks at antioch. everybody else, somewhere in between. we will take a look at your current conditions. lineup this afternoon highs, and a peek into your extended fork forecast coming up. all right, thanks. it's been two months since
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george floyd was killed in the custody of minneapolis police. hundreds filled the streets of oakland last night in support of black lives matter and the ongoing demonstrations in portland. the protest in oakland remain peaceful during the early evening hours but then things changed once the sun went down. ktvu's sara zendehnam joins us live with the aftermath. good morning, sarah. two of morning. now that the sun is up, we are actually getting a better look at the aftermath after last night's protest. you can take a look at this video here. the oaken police department says the alameda county superior court house was on fire. you can see shattered windows and graffiti in this video. several people were arrested last night. according to the pd, there were other reports of vandalism to the police station, and small fires set in downtown oakland as well. while the night took a violent turn, it started peacefully, with hundreds of protesters just wanting their voices heard. they were not just there to support the black lives matter movement, but also in solidarity with demonstrations happening in portland after
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federal police were sent there. a group called the bay area wall of moms acted as a human barrier to protect demonstrators. they were inspired by the wall of moms in portland who had done the same thing at protest there. they say they are taking a stand against the presence of federal forces in oakland if it should get to that point. is terrifying and one of the reasons i'm willing to put my life and body on the line because i the that this is becoming a fascist dictatorship. >> we are still waiting for back numbers. the police department said that several people were arrested, but we have reached out in hopes of getting that information. reporting live, sara zendehnam, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> we will check back in. wall smaller protest in palo alto in sport of the protesters. several people stood on the corner yesterday afternoon. organizers say they were protesting police brutality, and president trump's decision to send federal officers into cities. there were protest all
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around the country, about 200 people marched through downtown los angeles. there was some vandalism at federal buildings, and officers made some arrests. about 50 people chanted outside of la's city hall, and one group briefly blocked a freeway that's about a mile south of downtown. the protest is wrapped up by about 10:00 last night. a very different story in seattle for 21 officers injured. police made more than 40 arrest . two large groups of demonstrators joined forces and marched toward the king county family justice center and broke windows at several businesses, then entered a construction site, setting fire to equipment and breaking car windows. when police ordered this group to leave, the crowd started throwing bottles and tossing doses and officers. >> as many as 5000 demonstrators gathered for a protest in downtown portland overnight. that's where there have been demonstrations that have been taking place every day for the past two months.
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these have started off as protests against police brutality, but they have developed into demonstrations against president trump who sent federal officers into the city of portland. police, last night, declared the event a riot, and federal agents used tear grass on the crowd. most of the crowd left by 2:30 this morning. there were reports of some people being injured, the police have not released any details as of yet. >> you can get all the latest developments on the bay area and the country using our ktvu is at. it is free to download in the app store. and now, to the coronavirus pandemic. cases do continue to rise in the u.s. with more than 4.1 million cases reported. florida, now has more cases than new york, making it the state with the second most cases in the country behind california. at least 50 intensive care units run for to have reached capacity, and last week, 18 states set daily case records. 40 had a 14 day increase
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increase per capita. more than 73,000 cases were added across the country yesterday. that's the second highest daily total since this pandemic began. here in california let's show you some numbers for the state added more than 6000 covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours. so right now there are 446,452 cases statewide. more than 8400 people have died. in the bay area, there are more than 47,000 covid-19 cases, and 761 people have died. >> vaccine for the coronavirus is set to begin its final stage of testing tomorrow. the vaccine was created by the national institutes of health and moderna. the study will conclude 30,000 participants. a few other vaccines have begun with smaller late stage studies and other countries here in the united states, there are a series of studies that are scheduled to begin each month through the fall. 15 members of the petaluma
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fire department are under quarantine this morning after one firefighter tested positive for covid-19. officials say that that firefighter is in good condition and has not been hospitalized. fire station three, where the infected firefighter works is now closed for cleaning by a professional sanitation company while the stations close, the adobe fire department will be assisting petaluma to us respond to emergency calls. a 17 san quentin inmate has died from covid-19. the presence of there are now 628 active coronavirus cases. more than 100 staff members have been infected. the latest death comes as work is now underway to deplane 600,000 square-foot interior of morning from the alameda county sheriff's office about a civilian employee who died from the coronavirus. they say 61-year-old valerie lyons died friday night. she joined the department in 1997, and most recently worked
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as an administrator in the coroner's office. she is survived by three children and 13 grandchildren. all right, time now, a: 07. let's talk about the sunday forecast we are looking at. we saw the sun creeping out, so, it's making its way. >> yes, good morning to you. some folks really love the fog, the clouds, the cooler conditions. i like the sunshine. so when i see that sunshine it puts a smile on my face. we are looking at sunny skies away from the coastline, again for today. a live look there at little bit of hayes but blue skies for the inner east bay this morning. the cloud cover is a little bit more widespread, including over areas of sfo. they started out with blue skies yesterday morning, we may even have some delays there for fights. so you may want to check on that. if you are flying out this morning or if somebody is arriving for you. 55 degrees ght now in san
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francisco. 54 in santa rosa. low 60s in oakland. a little more in san jose. the winds are generally light and we are close to where we woke up yesterday when it comes to the temperatures. within a few degrees for most. getting into your afternoon, we are looking at again, about 10:00 or 11:00 i think mostly sunny skies. there is a view of what you can expect:00. it does begin to erode. the north bay still dealing with cloud cover. just inside the bay for the spatial, and along the coastline. but as we get into the second part of the day, we are looking at some mostly sunny conditions over areas of the bay, as well as inland cities. for the afternoon, we will be partly sunny to partly cloudy for the coastline. the south tends to get a little bit of clearing as we head into the second part of the day. and then those morning temperatures. 64 degrees in brentwood right now. 56 in novato. and for the south bay, we got
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upper 50s to low 60s there. afternoon highs for today, 80 for hottest 93 expected for brentwood today. a beautiful one coming for the south. 80 expected over mountain view. so, i warm day, but not too hot. temperatures will cool off just some as we get to monday. it does not last. backup on tuesday. i will have a look at that extended forecast for you coming up. >> all right. thanks. today does mark 100 days until election day. how a new poll lays out the biggest issues on the minds of voters. plus, we are going to take a look back at the incredible record-setting career of legendary tv personality regis philbin who died this weekend. you have the power to know before you go when you wake up with mornings on 2. >> you also have the power to know everywhere you go on the ktvu fox 2 news app.
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pictures this morning from selma, alabama. this is where people will gather to pay tribute to life and legacy of civil rights icon john lewis. the body of the late congressman is going to eventually travel as part of her procession this morning across the edmund pettis bridge in selma. again, this is a live picture
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here showing the scene there as this procession is about to get underway. there will be a short ceremony outside the brown chapel church , and then once that happens, lewis's body will cross across the bridge. it will pause there for one minute. loses family and alabama state troopers will be on the other side of the bridge to greet his body and continue to follow that procession truck morning. following the procession, the body of the late civil rights leader will lie in repose at the alameda state, i beg your pardon at the alabama state capital. there was a memorial service for his family and friends in lewis's hometown of troy, alabama yesterday. his sister talked about how he worked for equality and justice for everyone. he lived with a never- ending desire to help others. he often told us if you see something wrong, do something. his actions showed us that.
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later today, loose his body will be carried back across the edmund pettis bridge and returned to washington, d.c. that is where he will lie in state at the u.s. capitol. his funeral service will be held in dr. martin luther king jr.'s ebenezer baptist church in atlanta on thursday. broadcasting legend regis philbin has died at the age of 88. he spent 52 years in the broadcasting industry and was on tv a record 16,746 1/2 hours. we take a look back at his long career. >> reporter: he talked his way into our hearts. regis, francis xavier philbin was born on august 25th, 1933 in new york and he was named after his father's alma mater, manhattan's regis high school. he graduated from cardinal hayes high school in the bronx before going to notre dame where he majored in sociology. after college, he joined the u.s. navy. he then began his television
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career as a stagehand and delivery boy for a tv station in los angeles. he soon became a news writer and was so good that he was offered a job at another station as a sportscaster. in 1960, philbin began a four- year period as a news anchor for ko geo tv in san diego. in 1975, he began a six year stretch as host of a in los angeles. finally, he was becoming success. >> i used to watch him and go-- he just made me laugh. every time i turn on the television he was either doing something silly, or something stupid, or something-- courageous. two after an unsuccessful nbc talkshow, he teamed up with cindy garvey to host the morning show on abc. after just a few weeks, he was climbing the ratings ladder in new york. he was red-hot. and he gained more than rave reviews with his health style show on cable. in 1985, kathy lee gifford
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joined the show. three years later, live with regis and kathy lee went into syndication. philbin's boyish charm teamed with kathy lee's boldness created a show that america loved. in 1981, the duo hosted the miss america pageant live from atlantic city. almost a decade later, regis was at it again, hosting the game show who wants to be a millionaire on abc. this program became a phenomenon with philbin asking the question that became famous. in 2001, his role of talkshow host by day, game show guru by night earned him two daytime emmys. that same year, kathy lee went out the door, and film star kelly river joined regis. lightning had struck twice for the popular daytime host. we just philbin, a legend that made our days a little brighter and at night, made us feel like 1 million bucks. in new york, julie banderas,
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fox news. hurricane hanna made landfall in texas as a category one storm and moved inland. it made landfall about 5:00 p.m. local time and brought heavy wind and rain. flash flooding is expected across portions of southern texas and northeastern mexico. this is the first hurricane of the atlantic season to make landfall. meantime, hawaii is bracing for douglas. that storm is a category four but weakened to a category one storm. douglas is expected to just miss the big island and passover maui today. forecaster say the path could change and potentially cause more damage to the big island. that storm brings the possibility of damaging winds, flooding, rain, and dangerously high surf. rosemary is here now. we're moving of course, into hurricane season, and now, two systems that are continuing to track. yes, you're right.
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as hannah continues to deteriorate, we are still keeping an eye on douglas as it is expected to move just north, sweeping across portions of the hawaiian islands later today and tomorrow. there is a look at hurricane douglas as we speak. again, strong winds, heavy rain, flash flooding, coastal flooding, pounding surf all expected in douglas right now. right now, category one wins at 90 miles per hour moving west and northwest at 60 miles per hour. we are looking at hurricane warnings for areas over oahu, as well as kawai. you can see the scope there looking like it can actually just skim parts of looks like hawaii as we move through even oahu so, we are tracking that. here at home, we have no complaints. we start out with morning clouds. we break away to the afternoon sunshine, and our temperatures, pretty phenomenal for this time of year. perhaps a little bit cooler along the coast for some. a
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little bit warm for him and cities. especially for inland cities, this time either we know it could be a lot worse. we have seen time after time, over the last several days, those thunderstorms coming up over this year into the afternoon. this is yesterday. if you look at the time lapse, it reads that afternoon. the possibility that thunderstorms will be over that area once again for today. and i say this because i know there are some folks still trying to get outdoors and do some social distance. maybe some camping, some hiking, maybe just some fresh air. if you do come across thunderstorms in the afternoon, please take shelter. giving a look here at the temperatures right now. we have mostly cloudy skies here at home. 57 degrees at half moon bay. upper 50s to low 60s for the east bay shore. low 60s livermore, and 65 over brentwood. let's check in on those numbers for the east bay. how about 55. 60 in clayton. mostly sunny and 67 died brentwood. afternoon highs for today, barry average for this time of year.
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a little cooler if you want to call that for santa rosa .81 for you today. 67 in san francisco. mid-70s in oakland. the 90s in livermore, san jose at 82. so, when it comes to fire danger, this is also good news. we don't want anything too hot or too windy. i expect the entrepreneurs to be with us. it's going to be weak but their. keeping our temperatures relatively mild in most spots. 75 for oakland today. 67 in san francisco. low 80s expected for the peninsula. upper 80s to low 90s for areas of the inner east bay. 91 in livermore. in the north, 80 degrees in napa. your extended forecast, we are going to cool things off slightly and warm it up once again. a bigger drop to come midweek wednesday. he may actually feel the notable drop. then, temperatures are backup. just a little bit for thursday. back to you. >> okay, thanks, rosemary. the u.s. is taking a closer look at the shrinking presence in afghanistan. how peace negotiators are
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looking to identify a path forward there. also, we are learning a few more details about the republican coronavirus relief bill. when treasury secretary steve mnuchin says people should expect the next stimulus check. clear
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tomorrow, republican lawmakers are expected to rule out their proposal for the next coronavirus aid package. steven mnuchin says the $1200 stimulus checks would be coming out sometime in august. the gop's unveiling plan hit a delay over how much money should be given to people who have lost their jobs during this pandemic. democrats want to extend the $600 weekly payment that ends on the 31st through january. but some how can leaders wants to cut those payments to just $200. secretary mnuchin will join chris wallace at 10:00 today discuss benefits affected by the pandemic. hotel chain speaking out
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about reports that immigration and customs enforcement has been using their hotels as temporary detention centers. the chain posted a message on line saying quote, this is not activity that we support or in any way want associated with our hotels. the associated press reports children have been temporarily held in hotels in arizona and texas. hilton says it plans to deny all future reservations. >> with more and more people working from home, it's really brought forward the concept of distance working, meaning your proximity to your job is no longer really an issue, so if you cannot afford a home in the bay area, you could buy elsewhere cheaper and still do your job, which could save you a lot of money. morgan stanley believes it is a trend that will carry on as long as there is value in the work at home experience. one of the big issues before covid-19 has been affordable housing, and in the san francisco bay area, it's been a magnet for these jobs that pay six figures.
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problem is, you get these people coming in for these thousands and thousands of jobs that it a really good money but they cannot buy home. post covid-19, what's happening is, it has been a force experiment and you, and i, and many of us have had to work from home. the fact that we can do it, and our employers have found out that they can track us because we are online. you know, how many minutes we are on our computer how many calls we make here and we can regulate all that so i think we are going to see a shift here where people that want to get these jobs in the san francisco bay area but cannot afford homes, they can live in the central valley, they can live in sacramento, they can now find affordable housing and still get these great jobs. that's going to help those individuals and it's going to help the firms who really rely on those people to work for them. >> also said to keep on the upcoming election if the presidential race is key of course, he believes seats in the house and senate could potentially have a bigger impact on taxes and the economy
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moving forward. demonstrators in kentucky are continuing to demand justice for breonna taylor. how people took to the streets there last night, and when that demonstration briefly turned violent. thus, more ceremonies taking place today saluting the late congressman john lewis. we are taking a live look right now. more on the symbolism behind his procession. that is taking place this morning. awesome internet.
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honoring the civil rights icon. people in alabama this morning paying their respects to the late congressman, john lewis. and more demonstrations planned here in the bay area today. calling for racial justice. how some groups are taking their cause right to the streets. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. and welcome back to mornings on 2. as i look oaklan camera. right atop the ktvu studios in oakland looking over towards san francisco , and a gray start as you can see to the day for many folks. but we know the sun is shining through in some parts of the east bay this morning. hopefully, a lot more sunshine as we move throughout the day.
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again, welcome everyone. back here. i am alex savidge in this morning from frank mallicoat. >> nice to have you here. i am claudine wong, thanks for joining us, and if you're wondering when you will see some sun or should you just snuggle back in bed a little bit longer and enjoy the cool morning, rosemary has the answers for us. this is the sleeping weather that we like. >> yes, good morning to you, and alex. something about the cloud cover helps us to get off to a slow start and not feel guilty about it. we want to move. outside our doors, we are waking up partly sunny to mostly cloudy from the coast around the bay. a little bit more widespread. the marine layer is about 2000 feet deep. by the afternoon, we are looking at warm temperatures once again inland. low 90s expected for our hottest today. we have west, low 60s to mid
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60s expected along the coast. checking on current conditions, show you the afternoon highs and what you can expect in the extended forecast coming up. >> all right, rosemary. we look forward to that happening now. the procession is underway for the late georgia congressman john lewis, and it's across the edmund pettis bridge right now in alabama. that is of course the same bridge were civil rights marchers were attacked by police in selma 55 years ago. lewis had his skull fracture during that march, and it was a march to gain voting rights for african-americans in this country. the congressman's body will cross the bridge alone, and then it will be met by an honor guard of state troopers who will then escort his casket to the state capital. there in alabama. he will lie in repose there at the capital for tonight. of course, you can see live pictures here. the procession is just getting started here. of course we are going to continue to follow it. of course congressman lewis represented atlanta in congress for 34 years. on wednesday, he will lie in
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state at the georgia state capital. and then he is scheduled to be buried in atlanta coming up on thursday. lewis died of pancreatic cancer earlier this month at the age of 80. and again, we are continuing to follow this procession here in selma, alabama this morning. the body of civil rights icon john lewis will be making its way across the edmund pettis bridge. we have full coverage of today's ceremony and all the surrounding events here on ktvu as well as on ktvu plus. hundreds of people filled the streets of downtown oakland last night in the city's latest march and rally in support of the black lives matter movement. the demonstration included members of the bay area wall of moms who wore bright yellow shirts and carried yellow pea signs peer group leaders say they came to barriers to help protect demonstrators. >> that protest in downtown oakland remained peaceful
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during the evening hours, but then there was violence and vandalism and arson once the sun went down. police did make several arrests after the superior court house was set on fire, and windows at the oakland police headquarters were broken and sprayed with graffiti peaceful demonstrators say the overnight violence should not divert attention away from their fight against police brutality. especially right now with what's happening in portland which is really disgusting to me, and i'm just here to represent, and to show oakland, or show portland i'm here with them. >> sara zendehnam is going to have more on last night to menstruation oakland coming up for us at 9:00. and suv drove through a large group of demonstrators during a protest in a denver suburb. video shows the crowd scattering as a blue jeep runs through that group. a protester fired a gun and two other protesters were injured. one was taken immediately to the hospital, and the other walked in later with a minor wound. the jeep was towed away, but
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it's not clear yet if anyone has been arrested. demonstrators also broke windows at the courthouse and set fire to the inside. please in kentucky say three members of an armed militia group were excellently shot in a bizarre incident during a demonstration in louisville. it happened yesterday during the latest protest in the hometown of breonna taylor. the african-american woman who was killed in a controversial police shooting earlier this year. police say one member of the militia group accidentally shot and wounded three others during a counter demonstration. all three are expected to fully recover. >> this morning, police are investigating a shooting that killed a 20-year-old man. officers responded to reports of gunfire at about 7:30 on friday night. near the intersection of gateway drive and brown street. the victim was pronounced dead at that scene. police have not released his name yet. they have also not said if there's anybody in custody in connection with the shooting. this was his 16th homicide of
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the year. this morning, police are searching for a hit and run driver who say crash into another car. police released this photo here of that damaged car. this happens just before 11 on friday night on contra costa boulevard. police say a ford explorer was traveling north when he ran a red light. the suv then hit a red nissan traveling westbound on concord avenue. witnesses say the driver of the explorer gone to interstate 680 and headed southbound. the person that nissan was not hurt. >> a memorial was held for the founder of the legendary oakland motorcycle club. friends and loved ones gathered in oakland to remember toby livingston who started the east bay drive and back in 1958. the group was the bay area's first all-black motorcycle club. the dragons became known for their commitment to family and their strong sense of community. the club often organized charity drives and fundraising
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events. speakers at the memorial talked about livingston's place in the club and the city of oakland. >> founder and president, toby exuded the values he built into the clubs foundation. community, honor, family, and brotherhood. the dragons became the blueprint for countless motorcycle clubs and toby became a leader to so many bikers around the world. >> livingston was also friends with the leaders of the black panther party who had their headquarters near the dragons clubhouse. toby livingston was 86 years old. all right, we want to talk about weather here in the bay area. rosemary joining us now for a check of the forecast. it's going to start off kind of cool and cloudy. for some folks, rosemary, but it's going to warm up. >> it's funny, because i am beginning to sound like a broken record. you can probably tell me what the forecast is going to be. the morning clouds, the
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afternoon sun. 60s at the coast, 97. we are done. getting a live look outside our doors where we have blue skies overhead over the east bay. we have clouds along the coastline. you can see as we look towards the west, clouds just right there on top of the hill. the marine layer is about 2000 feet deep. the low clouds around the bay, more widespread this morning. yesterday, blue skies. this morning on the case. gray overhead. visibility not bad for folks that need to be somewhere this morning. san francisco, 55 degrees. 54 in santa rosa. livermore 62. san jose 61. with the low clouds in place, sometimes those arriving flights become delayed. so that to be aware of if you know somebody flying in today. giving you a look there at the 24 hour temperature change. very similar to yesterday. within an a or two for most. a little bit warmer of an area like sfo and livermore with cloud cover in place. right now, it's three degrees
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warmer than yesterday. fairfield onshore breeze 21 miles per hour. a little bit stronger than yesterday, keeping our temperatures and check for the afternoon. it will be a warm day, but not nearly as hot as it could be for this time of lf moon bay re visibility at about seven. santa rosa reporting visibility at 10. so it looks like for the most part, for folks again the need to be on the roadways, you are a-ok. although we are seeing a lot of overcast sky out there this morning for the futurecast shows you into the afternoon, a very mild pattern in place. we will have the size guys along the coastline. around the bay, a lot of 70s. 80s for inland cities, and a few low 96 active. . shades of pink nowhere to be found unless valley. even the sacramento valley in the low to mid 90s for today. a look at the afternoon highs for us here at home. 93 in antioch. upper 80s for concord.
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80 degrees for napa and around the bay. 67, san francisco. 77 hayward, 81 for the peninsula and redwood city. temperatures are going to cool slightly for tomorrow, and then they are backup on tuesday. a better look at your extended forecast, coming up. researchers are working around the clock on potential coronavirus vaccines. how one study is about to take an important step. and u.s. troops have been stationed in afghanistan for more than 18 years. how all signs of that conflict are coming together again to try to find a peaceful resolution. and we want to give you another live look right now in selma, alabama. you can see the crowd there is lining this route that is a procession taking place in honor of congressman john lewis. we are going to follow this during our newscast here on ktvu and you can also watch uninterrupted coverage right now over on ktvu plus. >> social distance, wash your hands, and wear a mask. >> get the power to power
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today marks 100 days until election day. president trump's handling of the pandemic has reached a new low. reports show 32% of americans approve of the president's approach to the coronavirus coding 8% approve his handling of the economy. 20% of people say they think the u.s. is headed in the right direction. that is down from 42% in march before this pandemic. democrats have been encouraged about joe biden's chances of taking over the white house in november, but strategists expect the race to tighten closer to voters may gravitate trump. the ultimate result of reopening schools this fall could also weigh on decisions closer to november 3rd. today, three moving trucks left the u.s. consulate in china . people gathered outside and took photos of those trucks going in and coming out. that
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is after the chinese government ordered the u.s. to shut down the consulate in the capital province on friday. the order came after the u.s. told beijing to close its conflict in houston. the u.s. accused china of using its double medic facilities to coordinate espionage and 25 american cities. >> a special u.s. envoy is in afghanistan right now for peace talks between the afghan government and taliban fighters. the u.s. is drawn down its military presence in that country following president trump's 2016 campaign promise to end the u.s. occupation of afghanistan. foxy jennifer griffin has a look at the stance right now. >> a peace deal with the taliban, the trump administration hopes will allow u.s. t19 years of war. past the day mark this week. but the agreement signed in february remains fragile. commander general frank mckenzie had this warning in an interview with america. mike while the taliban about
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not attacking u.s. or coalition than it's been in quite a while. >> the u.s. taliban closed for a full u.s. withdrawal from afghanistan within 14 months. something the president campaigned on and hopes to achieve by november. since february, the u.s. has drawn down two 8600 troops, and withdrawn from five bases in afghanistan as part of the deal. roughly, the same number of troops as when president obama left office. down from a high of 100,000 in 2010. no u.s. troops have been killed in afghanistan since deal was signed. the pentagon continues to say it has found no evidence with russians that pay bounties that led to the death of the american troops. >> we've not found any corroborating evidence that would indicate that there was a bounty program. >> secretary of state mike pompeo spoke to his russian counterpart about working together in afghanistan. two with russia's messengers,
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with china's messengers we know it is in the afghan people's best interest. my fascination is the national defense authorization act includes an amendment with jason crow of colorado that would require the administration to make several certifications to congress before it can draw down any further in afghanistan. at the pentagon, jennifer griffin, fox news. some of spain's most popular summer attractions are being shut down as coronavirus infections surgeon that country. spain has close nightclubs, bars, beaches, and public health officials and other european countries including britain and norway are requiring splinter in from spain to spend time in quarantine. the french and belgian governments are now warning their citizens not to visit spain because of recent rakes there. here in california, dozens of parents are calling on governor newsom to reopen schools this fall. they gather for a rally at the
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capitol yesterday. news has laid out five requirements for reopening schools. must be off the states watch list for two weeks straight. all teachers must wear face masks so that all students 8 years old and up, symptom checks, regular handwashing, and social distancing must all be enforced. >> we want our children to get back to the classroom to be with their teachers, be with their friends, and get back to learning the right way. >> parents say that their children have missed out on so much already. many in this crowd were chanting four more years. >> all right, your time now is 8:47 point have to check back in with rosemary as this morning shapes up. like we've seen it shape up before. starting gray and cool, and eventually the sun is low. right? >> yes. a typical summer pattern in place for those of us today. we are looking at 60s at the
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coast. low 90s inland. temperatures right about the seasonal average. some a tad cooler, some a tad above, giving a live look here at the san mateo bridge. the low clouds are more widespread definitely. the marine layer, about 2000 feet deep. so, it'll take a little while before it finally erodes, but we are looking at partly sunny skies for the coast today, and mostly sunny for the rest of us. a look here at the computer. it's a quiet one out there. we do have just a little bit of circulation right off the coastline. and that's keeping a bit of a southerly flow out there this morning. the winds are generally light. you can see reporting calm conditions for hayward coming in from the north at 3:00 at southeast san jose at 5:00. little bit of an onshore breeze right through the delta this morning. reporting a 21 mile-per-hour wind. so, there, the wind as well.
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very standard with this type of pattern. here's a look at the future cast as we get into the second part of the morning, the clouds are eroding. there's 10:00 for you still in the north bay. east they will go partly cloudy and mostly cloudy still at the coast. for your lunch hour, into one or so, it continues to pull back with partly sunny to partly cloudy skies along the coastline. we are looking at temperatures in the low 50s to low 60s around the bay area. a few inland cities under ascension. upper 60s already reporting 66. we have 62 in oakland. upper 50s in san francisco, and if we continue west, 57 at half moon bay. into the north bay, 54. one of the cooler spot. fremont, 62 at this time. inner east bay .57 we've got 64 in dublin. so, pretty start to the day. and for the inner east bay, by lunchtime, low 80s expected in livermore. low 90s for the second part of the afternoon. the peak right about 4:00. so nice one for you there.
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cool along the coast. 64 per pacifica. around the bay, very comfortable. mid-70s in oakland. low 80s redwood city, and then as we go in the, temperatures for the east bay, 89 in concord, 91 in livermore as i mentioned a moment ago, and in the north, 80 degrees expected. 77 for san -- temperatures are not going to change much. until we get to about wednesday, notice on monday, coming down just slightly on tuesday, backup just a few degrees here by wednesday, going from 94 degrees on tuesday to 86 on wednesday. should definitely notice that pretty bit of a cooler day. it does not last. temperatures begin to climb again on thursday. back to you. >> okay, thank you rosemary. keeping a close eye this morning on hurricane douglas as it appto prepare ahead of that storm. >> plus, repurpose seeing expired and used facemasks. now, how some volunteers have figured out a way to safely
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repurpose the masks and give them to those. we want to take you back to the scene unfolding in selma, alabama this morning. live pictures of the procession taking place to honor the late congressman john lewis. we are following all of the events happening this morning alabama during our newscast here on ktvu, you can also what uninterrupted coverage of the procession right now on ktvu plus.
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police in france say a church volunteer has admitted to setting fire to a historic cathedral earlier this month. investigators say he is now facing arson charges for the fire that badly damaged the 15th century gothic cathedral in the city. investigators say the suspect is a 39-year-old man from you wanda who volunteered to do several jobs at the church, including locking up the cathedral at night. the motive is still unclear. researchers say the amount of plastic flowing into the world's oceans will likely triple over the next 20 years. the study found that people all around the world are now using more plastic products that ever, especially in countries where there is poor waste management. researchers say the problem is only going to get worse in the years ahead, despite the global effort to reduce the plastic waste that is going into our oceans. a network of volunteers and health professionals are
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refurbishing tens of thousands of masks to help slow the spread of covid-19. the group is called the scrappy stripers, and they take expired masks and replace the elastic with new, thicker bands. the new ones are longer suitable for healthcare workers but they are in compliance with public health guidelines and acceptable for people in the community to use. >> this seemed like the perfect opportunity to bring people together and give them a little bit of hope, let them feel good about serving the community and giving back. >> for me as a physician, it's incredibly important, because this is one of the evidence based pieces knocking down this virus. >> so far, the scrappy stripers have finished about half of the 80,000 masks that were found at ucsf. the products are then donated to seniors. we are getting a
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look at the aftermath of protest last night. our organizers are denouncing violence and disruption as they continue their calls for racial justice. also, one of sentences goes most popular music festivals is not going to happen this year. how the holiday bluegrass festivals going virtual while still having new music. >> men attacked by two from the screwdriver. what happened hours before east also troubling. >> how the city's broken mental health system released a man to sin. putting innocent lives at risk. superfast internet.
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organizers are putting together an online broadcast that will feature new performances along with old footage. this year would have been the 20th anniversary of the bluegrass festival. that free festival typically draws about 750,000 people over three days. >> that special celebration in the south this weekend for a county veteran. the community of logan got together for franklin, 104 is birthday. people drove by the scythe and waved to him from afar in order to keep a safe distance. he not only fought in world war ii, the korean war, and the vietnam war, but he was also part of saving the late senator john mccain from where he was being held as a prisoner of war. >> is just fantastic to recognize that in his community. i cannot believe how they came out like this. it's a beautiful thing. and i know he is thrilled by it. >> frankel worked in special intelligence and worked as a navy pilot for nearly 40 years.
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>> hundred people turned out for a demonstration in oakland that lasted through the night, and into this morning. it did start easily. when the problem started. we'll tell you why demonstrators say they do not want the violence and the destruction to distract from the message. and honoring a civil rights icon. right now, people in alabama paying their respects this morning to the late congressman john lewis.
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hope weather for today point after new sunshine for the coastline alex wood good morning to you and all of you. a late morning and early afternoon burn off. temperatures coming in is similar to yesterday. 60s up the coast. 70s, if you owe low 80s around the a and inlet cities. very seasonal for this time of year. check in on your current conditions, lineup your current highs. coming up. happening now, the concession taking place for
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john lewis. this has been underway for the last half hour or so. the congressman body just crossed that same bridge were civil rights marchers were attacked by the state troopers fifth the five years of go. very emotional time. lewis during that march had a skull fracture. it was part of a campaign to gain voting rights for african- americans. his body did cross the bridge alone. was met by honor guard of state troopers. now they would escort his casket to the state capital where he will lie with those tonight. he will be taken to the u.s. capitol tomorrow where he remained until tuesday night. he was in congress for 34 years is colleagues have card caught in the conscience of congress. on wednesday he will light str and then is scheduled to be buried in it lante on thursday. he died of pancreatic cancer on
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july 17th. he was 88 years old. we will continue to follow this procession and the ceremony for congressman john lewis. we also have complete coverage of the ceremonies and events streaming. back here in the bay area hundreds of people filled the streets of oakland last night in support of black lives matter. ongoing demonstrations in portland. the protesters remain peaceful in the early hours but later in the night things changed. a look at some of the damage was done to the cities. >> reporter: our photographer john cousens is in oakland right now. he shared video of what downtown look like after the protest. crews in front of the oakland police department 40 at the building after windows were smashed. the courthouse was also damaged after part of it was set
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last night. and other reports of vandalism and small fires that in downtown oakland as well. there were about 700 people to to the streets. they did not want the focus to shift from their messages because the night of unrest. protesters were there just to support black lives matter but in solidarity with demonstrations happening in portland. a group called the bay area wall of moms have acted as a human wall. they say they're taking a stand against the presence of federal forces in oakland. if they should get to that point. >> we know there are forces that could try to undo the things they're doing. >> they're not going to intimidate me. i'm not afraid of them. >> the protest wrapped up early
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this morning. there were lots of other protest that happened last night all around the country. about 200 or so people march to the streets of downtown los angeles. there was some vandalism to federal buildings and officers did make a few arrests. about 50 people stopped intended outside l.a. city hall. this protest wrapped up by about 10:00 last night. a different story in seattle. 21 officers were injured and police made more than 40 arrest. two large groups of deputies joint forces and march toward the king county family justice center. they broke windows in several businesses and then entered a construction site is that fire to equipment and broke car windows. when police ordered this group to leave the crowd began throwing bottles and tossing explosives at officers. >> as many as 5000 devastated
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gathered downtown portland overnight. where they have been having protest every day for the past two months. they started the demonstration against police brutality. also against president trump who has said he will send officers to portland. police declared last night event a right and they 32 guest the crowds right around the federal hotels. most of the crowd left by 2:30 this morning. police have not released many details yet. a lot of has happened since the death of just george floyd. ktvu political reporter with a preview. >> reporter: good sunday morning to you. it has been two months since the death of george floyd. two months of protest. today we are following up with our very first guest to find out if the nation has moved towards a vision of progress. during police reform on capitol
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hill. an extended conversation about the promises he made at the aftermath of the four-part test. share were his appointment hit department still need to get back. >> these are things that are real progress. again we have a wall to talk but i want to make sure the public knows we fulfilled our obligations to help lead change. not just us but other department in the bay area are committed to doing that. >> join us for these conversations right here at nine: 30 on ktvu. after years of discussion, injuries there is now a new biplane open in san francisco's new panhandle neighborhood. recyclers are expected to write. gestures will be on the sidewalk and car still have three lanes on the other side of those plastic post. cars may be forced to slow down
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which they call bonus. work was expected to continue through next month. it was finished this weekend. the new bike lane on fell street is open right now. let's get a check of the forecast for this day across the bay area. son some folks have this sun peeking through some have to wait a little bit longer. good morning, happy sunday. we are looking at mostly cloudy guys along the coastline. inside the bay are seeing some clouds. a lot of bob reported over areas. planes on the move. this type of weather tends to bring delays. something to be aware of if you know somebody that will be arriving to sfo. 56 degrees right now mostly cloudy skies in san francisco. santa rosa 56 for you there. san jose at 60 four.
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we are just within a few degrees of weber yesterday. some a tad warmer some a tad cooler. onshore breeze fairly weak. you can see areas over nevada and oakland recording a north wind right at the surface. we continue just a bit of a southerly flow coming into this direction. a bit of a south low as well. all and all a good-looking forecast and a relatively mild start to the day. the fog i have a two hour time last week it is beginning to slowly erode from the inter- news page from the south bay along the southern edge of the peninsula and the north as well. this will continue as we get to the second part of the morning. mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. partly sunny cloudy a lot like yesterday. temperature is very seasonal.
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right on spot for some areas. 67 for san francisco today. a little bit cooler for santa rosa 81 there afternoon high. 82 expected over san jose. if this is a bit warm for you temperatures will cool slightly for tomorrow. and warm back up again on tuesday. more details on what you can expect on the extended forecast coming up. a potential coronavirus vaccine was to be tested on tens of dozens of people. researchers are hoping to quickly approve the vaccine if effective. people stocking up in hawaii as her cate douglass gets closer. people on the island are trying to stay prepared. another live look in selma, alabama. a large crowd has gathered there. they are there to watch the point session that is taking place in honor of the late congressman john lewis. we are following that possession in our newscast right here at ktvu.
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also providing uninterrupted coverage right now on ktvu plus.
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now to the coronavirus pandemic. 4.1 many cases reported. florida has more cases than new york making the state with the second most cases in the country behind california. at least 50 intensive care units around florida have
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reached capacity. 40 have had 14 increases in cases per capita. more than 73 thousand cases were at around the country yesterday. the second-highest day total since the pandemic began. 15 members of the aren't according after firefighters tested positive. he is in good condition and is not been hospitalized. fire station three is closed for cleaning by professional sanitation company. while the station is closed the rancho adobe will assist them in responding to emergency calls. the 17th san quentin inmate has died from convocations of covid-19. there are 600 28 active coronavirus cases. more than 100 staff members were in fact did. work is underway to deep clean the 600,000 square-foot interior of the prison. >> this morning we're learning
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more from the alameda county sheriff's office about his lien employee that died on the coronavirus. 61 valley leon died on friday night. she had joined the department in 1997 and recently worked as an administrative in the corners office. she is survived by three children and 13 grandchildren. a vaccine for the coronavirus is set to begin final stage testing tomorrow. this was created by the national institutes of health and mode dharna. it will include 40,000 participants a few other vaccines have begun small other late stage studies and other countries. here in the u.s. are a series of studies that were scheduled to begin each month to the ball. tomorrow republican lawmakers asked beckett to release more details and roll out there proposal for the next coronavirus relief package. steve mnuchin said $1200 to this text will be coming out
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sometime in august. the gop's unveiling plan hit a delay over how much money should be given to those who lost their jobs during the pandemic. democrats want to bit extended $600 weekly payment that ends on the 31st through january. some publican leaders want to cut the paper down to just $200. secretary minister would join chris wallace at 10:00 a.m. to discuss benefits for workers and businesses affected by the pandemic. hurricane hannah made landfall in texas as a category one storm. the storm made landfall around 5:00 p.m. local time. brought heavy winds and rain. flash flooding as a affected across portions of taxes and northeastern mexico. hawaii is bracing for douglas the storm peaked as a category four but has since the weekend to a category one storm. douglas is expected to just miss the big island passover maui today. the path could change and cause
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more damage to the beguiling. the storm brings the possibility of damaging winds, flooding, rain and dangerously high surf. a logic about and consider. more going on there that we are in here. >> the hurricane continues its path toward the island. right now it will run just north of the island as it moves over the next 24 to 36 hours. a look here at her cate douglas. we do expect it to remain a category one as it moves across. the winds are 90 miles per hour in the movement is west southwest is 60 miles per hour. right now there hurricane warning in place for oahu and hawaii. we actually have a guest joining us from the islands. we have got stacy he got this morning. thank you so much for joining
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us daisy, can you tell us what island are you on? and how are the conditions right now? be good morning i am on alignment and hawaii. the big island. it is kind of eerie it is pretty calm. we actually have some the most beautiful guys. to do some stargazing last night and there is no width served is really really kind of an eerie feeling here but is very very nice right now. >> it looks like the hurricane is actually going to pass by your island and not to give you a whole lot of grief. the winds and some areas are gusting to about 30 miles per hour do you have any strong witness is coming through your area? >> not right now. it is pretty eerie. i drove around this morning to take a look. you can tell there was something in the neighborhood. we have is very choppy seas there's a lot of salt wind that normally does not blow the wages.
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you can tell from the way the waters are turning right now. there is something in the neighborhood. that is for sure. >> yes. yeah it actually looks nice where you are right now. you are actually not new to this. you being on the islands your entire life. you actually experienced a category for that blow your house off back in 1991, is that correct? >> yes that is correct. hurricane kiki came roaring through unexpectedly we had a brand-new house that was built to hurricane standards. it devastated. my house was brand-new and was totally devilish dated complete loss. >> oh my gosh i'm sorry to hear that. it must've been quite a shock so. for somebody who has been through some like that what are the biggest fears and the biggest concerns for folks that may be in the way of her cate
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douglas? >> it is always the unknown. we have one of the best silver defense directors always keeping people informed. have a great operation that sends information to people. we always have a plan. we hope for the best the plan for the worst type of thing. i drove around this morning i was shocked to see how many businesses actually had fly boards all over the windows. sandbags and fronts. our island we are very very resilient and we always prepared. it is unknown it is always whether we have a wood desk in the rain, federal. people do not know what is going to happen at any given time so that is kind of like the thing that keeps people on edge. yesterday the stores were selling water and generators. people have a tendency to do care. best amy doing the why is that
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we said we hope for the best prepare for the worst. >> yes point before i let you go we're watching it from a bar. what are the weather forecasters there saying about the storm? are you prepared for power outages? of course the rough surf. flooding rains as well as last flooding the possibility? >> all of those things. most of our utilities are all above ground. they have a lot of underground utilities. we are always due to the adverse i would just eat everyone is more worried about the high winds. in hawaii we had to rain a lot. there think that prepares for the category one about sick mile-per-hour plus the winds. that is one thing everybody here on the island is very scared about ying our prayers
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for you. it is 621 your time i believe. thank you again for being with us this morning. good luck. >> my pleasure thank you rosemary appreciate the opportunity. aloha coming up on mornings on 2 the giant that you got on was a very unusual season. now our two hometown teams are shaping up against their southern california rivals after the break.
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the giants and dodgers wrap up this is an opening series in los angeles tonight. yesterday the jets beat the dodgers 5-4 to give kaplan his first victory. wilma florez, and donovan solano hit a two run double and seven cisco's victory. the giants were outscored 17 minus two in the first two games before boarding the first 0-3 start in eight years. the a host los angeles angels once again at the coliseum in the first series of this season. yesterday justin upton homered in los angeles for -1 victory over the atlantic.
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they have one win and one loss in this new season were of course there are no fans in the dance. >> just cut out and those virtual bands. that we are getting used to. very strange. one let's take a look at our weather. a fabulous day, looking at afternoon sunshine. temperatures are going to be very similar to where we were yesterday. low 60s at the coast. a little bit of log out there. as we get into the afternoon will have sunny skies. temperatures in the mid-50s to mid 60s for most. for the afternoon expects 60s at the coast. seven is around the bay 80s in land. a look at your afternoon for areas over san jose. enjoy the weather. >> looks great >> looks like it will get better this afternoon. >> takes her coming out this
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