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that breaking news happening in san francisco after two women were taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle. good evening i'm heather holmes. >> and i'm ken pritchett in for frank somerville. >> it's not clear if the driver stopped to talk to police. we have a crew on the way to the scene in san francisco and we'll bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. >> if you have to get to the
city tomorrow. this is the site you will see. interstate280 is back in business. 10 hours early and 280 is open ahead of schedule. debora villalon has what this means for the upcoming deadline. >> reporter: horns are heard after the chp opened the 280 before time at 7:00. not tomorrow morning which caltrans had set up for before. >> reporter: this is where a seismic had to be replaced. doing that work in stages by closing lanes would have caused miles of back up. >> it would take six months so it's better to do exactly what we did. which is close it down, get in,
do the work and get out. >> i got it, i got it. >> reporter: not that it wasn't messy. subcontractors worked the site. southbound over memorial day weekend. that time they finished two hours from the deadline. now they know better. what to expect. it also helps that crews had easy access from underneath the fly over to punch through. >> this is the horror picture. over on the other side that's the south bound freeway. that's the one we did during memorial day. so that's the after. >> i'm glad you know tomorrow morning's commute is going to be a lot better. >> reporter: many drivers used 280 straight shot into the city. on weekdays it carries 60,000 cars in both directions. making some people late. >> people will go for the bar- be-que. there was a big delay there. it did affect us. >> reporter: the next closure
comes labor day weekend when two more hinges will be replaced. it will also impact the northbound lanes. because they were replaced two hinges, caltranss tells us 280 will be closed at least as long as this time maybe longer. one thing caltrans said it had going for it in its favor this time that eased the back up is that the giants were on the road this weekend. but they will have two home games when 280 closes at the end of august. people are headed home this hour as the fourth of july weekend comes to an ends. let's take a look at live traffic. this is the camera near the coliseum looking to 880. now let's take a look at our live camera in berkeley. this is interstate 80, a heavy picture. this is traffic going into san francisco. it is moving that's more than could be set for much of the next day. interstate80 had stop and go
traffic as people were headed home from the holiday. and now more on the fire. a firefighter clearing the fire lane was injured tonight. when a calfire bulldozer overturned. a medical helicopter had to come in and rescue that firefighter who suffered minor injuries. calfire just updated the fire. it's only 30% contained. calfire lifted evacuations just two hours ago for people who live around highway 128. the campgrounds in that area are still closed. calfire is working to try to prevent that fire though from spreading and tonight those crews had some help from bay area firefighters. ktvu's cristina rendon was at the fire scene and she explains the challenge for firefighters hoping to enjoy the weekend. >> reporter: firefighters dropping by air is key to
helping fire crews fighting the fire. the closure of state highway 38 at pleasant valley road forced boaters to turn around friday afternoon. >> we drove an hour and a half and now we have a roadblock. >> reporter: josh and des era e ibage planned for a day in the water. but for crews the monticelo fire is a problem. it has caused two other fire crews to join the fight. mandatory evacuations are main in effect. >> not only are we in steep terrain, but combined with the triple digit figure, low humidity makes it a very challenging environment for firefighters to work aggressively all day and all night. >> reporter: the amount of fire
activity they've seen to date has increased by 70% compared to last year making it all that important to stop these fires quickly. >> we just saw some smoke when we came up the mountain. so we didn't really realize we were going to be closed. >> turn back, if you're headed to lake barriesta it's not good. >> reporter: this roadblock will likely remain there until 7:00 tomorrow morning when calfire reassessing whether or not to let people back into their homes. reporting in yolo county, cristina rendon, ktvu channel 2 news. fire crews made progress on another big fire near lake bariesta. fire crews report that the bus fire is now 48% contained. that's up from 80% just this afternoon. the fire began last tuesday and had burned 4,700 acres. and road closures have been lifted. the cause of that fire is under
investigation. and crews battling both of those fires not only dealing with the flames but also battling the heat. let's check in with our meteorologist mark tamayo for more on the conditions there. >> temperatures have been trending up a bit over the last two or three days especially for this part of the region. temperatures up 100 degrees once again. this was the first fire about five days ago out toward hope valley. this other one developing yesterday out toward the monticello fire. you've been hearing a lot about the very hot temperatures. dry conditions and also the terrain as a huge challenge for the fire crews steep terrain with elevations around 500 to 1,000 to 2,500 feet. that will continue to be a constant fire for all the fire crews in the region. today we topped out at 97 degrees. another hot forecast coming up for tomorrow near the fire
zone. forecast high 92 degrees. in addition to the heat, we're also tracking high clouds. we'll have more on that coming up at 10:35. gunfire locked a 10-mile festival, three people from rival bike clubs. police arrested one man but are on the hunt for others. azenith smith joins us live from the shooting. >> reporter: three victims were flown to bay area hospitals. their conditions are unknown at this hour. this morning, in broad daylight this gas station was a crime scene after two motorcycle groups opened fire. it's considered the largest motorcycle event in the state. bringing upwards of 50,000 bikers together to celebrate the fourth of july holiday. but on its last day, gunfire erupted. >> it's terrible. i mean, you know gives bikers a bad name and stuff too. it's not a good thing to
happen. >> here it is surprising but not shocking. >> reporter: around 10:30, police found three shooting victims and another man assaulted at a chevron gas station a mile and a half from downtown. the shooting stemmed from a fight at the hollister rally the night before between two motorcycle clubs. >> this morning they crossed each other as they did last night. there were some words last night from what we're gathering. this morning when they crossed each other at the gas station, bullets erupted. >> reporter: police arrested one club member last night for a concealed weapons violation. >> it's just bad to see stuff like this. they bring it back after being down for five years. and last year there wasn't as many problems, but still problems. >> reporter: nathan hernandez went to the hollister rally with his family. he was looking forward to seeing the bikes. he says the shooting hasn 't deterred him from coming back
but says this year, he was disappointed. >> if you're going to have that stuff happen, what's the point of having the rally. >> reporter: police have recovered a lot of evidence but will not say if they recovered the weapon or weapons involved. live in hollister, azenith smith. police have yet to make any arrests in a shooting outside of the b.a.r.t. station. it happened last night in the bus zone. the man walked into the station after being shot. investigators say the man's injuries are not life threatening. san francisco police tonight are looking for a missing elderly man who uses a walker. we want to show you now the picture of the 86-year-old man. he's 5'8" tall. a small plane crash claimed the life of three people.
the single engine piper went down along river side county. firefighters say the victims likely died on impact. according to a calfire battalion chief the plane clipped a tree breaking off its ring then fell into a ravine. one witness described what he saw. >> he tried to climb and he was losing power. and he just dove into that mountain. and there was a big, you know, burst of flames like a mushroom cloud of fuel. >> reporter: officials have not released the names of those killed in the accident but initial reports indicate one of those killed was a man from irvine and the other two on board were his relatives. a divided jury will resume deliberations on whether the dodgers are responsible for the beating of fan stow.
the beating left him critically injured. the oakland city council will meet behind closed doors tomorrow to discuss the fate of a 10 year lease deal for the oakland coliseum. major quan says they want to rework the deal. the deal was approved after word that baseball commissioner bud selig would allow the team to move out of oakland if a deal isn't reached. i have never come close to wanting to beat someone up and go at it and that's the way i felt yesterday. >> a bay area woman is upset after a man walked up to her 16- year-old daughter, handed her a card and told her she would be
good in porn. how the man was able to work at the county fair. today we found something for free. why your next sunday trip to san francisco could be a little cheaper. wounds that will tell a story forever. the man attacked bid a shark is already back home. what he felt when that shark bit him and what he did to try to get it off. the 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds. heat shields are compromised. we have multiple failures. what's that alarm? fuel cell two is down. i'm going to have to guide her in manually. this is very exciting. but i'm at my stop. come again?
paid parking on sundays it just got the boot in san francisco. ktvu's allie rasmus sells us about if return of free sunday parking meters and why some are not happy about it. >> reporter: mark conan checks the meter and flashed a thumbs up. sums up how he and many drivers feel about the return of free sunday parking. >> definitely a nice change. >> reporter: change is something church officials at the unitarian church in san francisco no longer have to worry about. churchgoers used to rush out of their services all the time. >> we didn't have any quarters to come out and put into the meters. so they told me to go the walgreens or this little store over here. >> reporter: the city started charging for meters on sunday. about a year later the san francisco municipal transportation agency reversed that decision. >> people who are choosing to live in san francisco are already incurring significance cost to live in this beautiful city. four hours of meters parking on a sunday just felt like an
unnecessary kind of tax. >> reporter: nta spokesman said mayor ed lee pushed for the change to help generate support for a transportation bond this november. the city spans to lose about 11 million in revenue from free sunday parking. bikes, pedestrian and transit group say that lost revenue is a lost opportunity to spend money on pedestrian safety and mass transit improvement. >> this city has a lot of money still, i'm sure we will be okay somehow. >> reporter: meters parking isn't free everywhere in the city and some neighborhoods near fisherman's wharf and near the ballpark on game days you will still have to pay. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. the body was discovered near willow and 11th street last night around 9:00 p.m. police say the victim had visible injuries and investigators are now trying to determine how the victim died and are looking for any witnesses with more information. so far there are no suspects.
israeli police say six jewish suspects are now in custody in connection of a brutal killing of a palestinian boy. paleel was beat and burned alive. there's a strong possibility that his killing was fueled by nationalistic sentiments. indicating that it was a revenge killing for the death of a teen. israeli border police is seen beating a boy that was protesting his cousin's death. the boy was ordered under home arrest for nine days. >> he hasn 't been charged. there's no charge on him. why are you putting him on house arrest. that makes no sense.
i'm an american, i know american law. this does not happen in america. >> israeli police say that the teenage boy was taking violent actions against police and had a sling. in iraq, reports that as many as seven people were dead after planes bombed the city of mosul. the report comes a day after isis released this video. isis seized mosul in june. since then the group has taken over most of iraq. the city named bagdadi a terrorist. most online accounts investigated by the national
security agency belong to your every day internet users. the nsa collects data on more ordinary internet users than foreign targets. the report says nine out of 10 accounts followed were the unintended target. the tsa says devices that fail to power up will not be allowed on planes. the additional inspections come amidst concerns that al-qaida linked terrorists are working to develop more sophisticated bombs designed to go undetected through airport security. the new changes will primarily focus on airports in europe and the middle east. it's something one long distance swimmer will never
forget. >> i'm sitting here staring at this shark eye to eye just right there. >> hear how he describes what he felt when the shark attacked. >> and in weather parts of the bay area have really been heating up. coming up the hottest day of the workweek and i'm tracking these high clouds moving in from the south. coming up the potential impact in your monday forecast. ter. t let you buy this. oh. crystal geyser please. crystal geyser. bottled at the mountain source.
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survivors have filed lawsuits against asiana and boeing. the head of homeland security today defended the president's handling of the border crisis. in the face of criticism by members of both parties. in a broadcast interview, secretary jay johnson says the border is not open to illegal immigration. but he stopped short of saying what would happen to all the children who have crossed illegally without parents. more than 52,000 minors have been caught since october. johnson said he has spoken to some who describe a frightening journey. >> i've spoken directly to kids on the border who tell me they've held on for days and hours to the top of the freight train literally holding on for life because they risk falling and dying. >> some say the president has not moved quickly enough. a democratic congressman from texas said today the president should have seen this crisis coming a long time ago. pope francis is expected to
meet with six victimming of the church sex abuse scandal tomorrow. the pope has offered his support for victims and has promised toll -- tolerance. some people have criticized him for being slow to react on the issue. all six victims are from europe. back at home today the long distance swimmer who was bitten by a great white shark just yet says he is shaken up by what happened to him. steven robles was swimming with a group of people off manhattan beach yesterday. that's when a 7-foot juvenile shark that had been fighting for more than a half hour to get off of a fisherman's line bit robles on the chest. >> i'm sitting here staring at this shark eye to eye, just right there. and i could feel the vibration of this entire shark gnawing into my skin. i grabbed his nose with my hand here, and i tried to pull it
off of me. and fortunately the shark released itself. >> robles says because he's a strong swimmer he was able to fight off the shark. but he called this experience frightening. >> i thought that was it. i thought i might be dying. i thought, i just thought this can't be it. you know. >> robles says the fisherman made a horrible decision to keep the shark on the fishing line for so long. fishing for great white sharks is illegal but the authorities at the sea conclude had the the fisherman had done nothing illegal. after the attack the shark swam away and has not been spotted since. >> he's such an amazing amazing thing he survived. fun at the fair interrupts it after a teenage boy is approached by a man soliciting
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a man accused of soliciting young girls for the porn industry at the alameda fair has been arrested. >> officers say they nabbed him in a sting yesterday. ka to the --katie utehs spokes to a mother who says she reported the man after her daughter was approached. >> he said you would be a good porn star, that just makes me sick. >> he was short, kind of creepy looking. >> reporter: he handed justice this card.
we blurred some of the picture but it says big pimping inc. be a star and offers a bonus for an 18 birthday signing. deputies say the man is aaron gim --gimbert. >> they watched that person today, he gave out a couple more cars and he's now in custody. >> reporter: but gimbert was not just walking the fairground. >> he had an employee shirt on a few hours later. >> we've had over 450,000 people come through this fair and then on the very last day we get one knuckle head and it's a shame. >> reporter: we called the number listed on the business
card and reached a voice mail recording for bpi incorporated. katie utehs. san rafael man is behind bars accused of sexually abusing a girl over the span of three years. 37-year-old arturo hernandez was arrested in novato this morning. he was the subject of an ongoing investigation after novato police received information that he had molested the girl while he was living at her home. an update now on breaking news we brought you at the top of the newscast. we have just learned the two women hit by a car in the san francisco sunset district. the women were carrying groceries as they were hit by a car. as they crossed near moraga
street tonight. police say the driver stopped and cooperated with officers. and police say the man was not impaired and reported he simply did not see the women. now police say one woman had a gash in her head and suffered some broken bones. the second woman suffered only bumps and bruises. one of the state's top financial post could be getting a recount. perez wants to get -- the democrat from los angeles is trailing behind the bay area democrat betty yee. . less than 500 votes separate the candidates. yee has already declared victory. the family of a southern california woman who was punched repeatedly by a chp officer says they want to see the officer punished. cell phone video of the july 1st incident recently came to light. rick lozano has our story and we want to warn you some of the
video is difficult to watch. >> reporter: attorney carrie harper talks about the chilling video that shows a chp officer taking down a woman he encountered walking down i10 and then repeatedly punches he. >> he was seeming like he was trying to kill her. >> reporter: it's unclear why the woman identified as marlen pennet was on the freeway is not important. >> the reason why she was on the freeway does not matter, what happened to her that day, she got beat, she got beat. >> i love my mom. she was brutally beaten by the police. he punched and pound and pounded on her.
the only thing she could do is block her face. >> she has suffered multiple injuries. she has being having to press ice compacts repeatedly on her body, face, arms shoulder. >> reporter: the family would not talk at lengths about the case or about mrs. penick. but they want it made clear that no one deserved the pummeling that she took at the hands of a very large police officer. >> we're not going to stand here and say what did she do prior to her being beaten. we're going to say you beat her and you need to be accountable for it. period. >> that was rick lozano reporting. the chp says it has launched an investigation into the incident and the chp says the woman was not injured and is in the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. the officer is on paid administrative leave. tomorrow is the start of a probate trial of sterling. the trial will determine whether sterling's estranged wife shirley had the right to
negotiate the $2 billion sale of the team to steve balmer. she said that after her husband was banned from the nba because of racist remarks he made to a girlfriend. he also removed her from control of the family trust that owns the team. the trial puts the sale on hold which must be completed by september 15th. joe montana and other 49 greats are gearing up for one final game at at candle stick park. the charity club will play a game for charity. ticket s if you're interested still available. proceeds will go to if san francisco police foundation as well as to the firefighters cancer prevention foundation. a new sightseeing tour is giving people an opportunity to learn more about san francisco culture without leaving a cable car. the misfa cable car tour took to the streets today.
it is a two hour ride on a cable car. tour guide rabbi mosha langer says the mission is to provide acts of goodness and kindness while guests learn about the city's historic landmarks. >> the most interesting stop on the tour is the plaque that's on the church of sciencetology but originally that was a synagogue. that was the first place prayer service took place in san francisco. >> reporter: the tour wraps up at the jewish contemporary museum. for adults the price to ride is $36 and $26 for kids. rock fans rejoice. after two decades of silence, pink floyd is making a come back. the casual announcement just made on twitter. also our meteorologist mark tamayo is tracking the forecast for your workweek.
some bay area museum visitors did not have to pay admission. people with debit or credit cards for bank of america or meryll lynch got it free. >> free museum admission, allows me to see many cultural artifacts and interesting things in the city. >> reporter: the program is held on the first full weekend of every month and is also offered at the space and saoeups center. the contemporary jewish museum as well as the legion of honor. -- space and science center. two different weather roads out there today as you would expect this time of year. the dense fog, stubborn fog at the coastline keeping those
temperatures in the 50s. take a look at the maps in the afternoon. the highs from this afternoon. look at 68 in pacifica. all these 90s inland. antioch topped out 98. san jose not as hot but 82. you can see moisture streaming in from the south and from the east approaching the bay area. so those high clouds will continue to move toward the region. i'm sorry for those messy arrows but you get the idea. the clouds moving in from the south and the east. here's a closer inspection. the fog still dense. coast side and right around the bay. these high clouds continue to sweep into the region so those high clouds will be a factor in the monday forecast. current temperatures still showing 70s out there. san jose 65 and san francisco and half-moon bay even sfo in the cooler side in the 50s. for tonight, we do have this, partly cloudy skies, fog near the coast and near the bay. here is our live camera looking toward the bay bridge from the oakland estuary. tomorrow will be hot at the
coastline. tomorrow the giants moving across the bay paying a visit across the bay out toward the a's and you can see partly cloudy skies tomorrow evening. temperatures will be in the upper 60s. the extended we're talking about a bit of a cooling trend. overnight lows first thing tomorrow morning. we're thinking lots of 50s out there and 60s out toward fairfield, concord and livermore. this area of high pressure responsible for the inland heat. drawing in high clouds. we are concerned with at least a slight chance of a few thunderstorms approaching the bay area for tomorrow and into tuesday. the best bet will be to the east. for tomorrow, probably just some high clouds it'll feel humid out there. temperatures inland back up into the 90s. beaches still patchy fog and readings mainly in the 50s. forecast models with thunderstorms chances here in the bay area. definitely a big batch of high clouds moving into the region tomorrow morning. into the afternoon by 5:00 this pattern remains in place as we head into tuesday as well. forecast highs for tomorrow.
santa rosa 90. vacaville 100 degrees. more triple digits out toward antioch and brentwood. livermore 89. fremont 84, and san francisco 69, dense fog right near the immediate coastline. look ahead your five day forecast, we're going to gradually cool off those numbers by tuesday and wednesday with your weekend always in view. partly cloudy skies on saturday. we're going to warm up those numbers on sunday. when you step outside tomorrow, especially away from the coastline. you will notice that's a humid set up out there. the muggy conditions out there so get ready for that on your monday day forecast. and paul mccartney is getting to release a new video with brand new songs. this is video from 1989 when gilmore and three others reunited. he said the endless river album
sweep of a pretty good opponent and you had six players named to the all star team. semarga on the mound for the first time to face the toronto blue jays. got into a bit of a jam in the first. but out of it when he got jose bautista to ground into the double play. and they added to it in the fourth. hit into right field that scored steven bote and it was 2- 0. john jasso has his bat shattered. late in the inning and the ball still falls for a hit. semarja meantime scores in the seventh. striking out adam lin, cody rasmuss and francisco. the