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>> in san mateo today sent eager job seekers got there big break. dozens of other players took part in a job fair. a career counselor was also on hand to help those that did not get jobs work on there resume. the air transport administration expects airline profits to plunge this year. they are expected to net $4 billion a share compared to $18 million in 2010. that news along with big
declined to weigh in on wall street. the dial dot 61 points and the nasdaq fell by 30. the s&p 500 closed below normal. consumer editor tom vacar explains why clouds in apple's forecast translates to a bright future for consumers. ♪ i feel good. >> reporter: right after feeling "i feel good," steve jobs came out to a standing ovation. he wasted no time introducing a dazzling array of new software. most of it is free or extremely inexpensive and all it is designed to work in harmony with one another. >> software is a huge component
and apple proved it. >> reporter: the big announcement, cloud computing. no more plugging into your computer to synchronize your apple devices. >> icloud stores your content in the cloud and wirelessly pushes it to all devices. >> reporter: is a series of massive server farms that do everything. >> it automatically uploads its, stores it, and pushes it to all devices. >> it is about integrating everything from hardware to software so you create a great experience for your users. >> it just all works. it just works. >> reporter: the new software should be out sometime later this fall. i am tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. microsoft has announced plans to bring live tv to its
gaming console the xbox 360. they can already stream and download movies from the internets but it would be the first to bring live tv to users. there is renewed confusion tonight in europe as germany tries to zero in on a deadly e. coli outbreak could face a new test results indicate they still have not determined a source of the bacteria and that is a reversal from yesterday when they said been sprouts were likely the source. the united states supreme court left in place a law allowing documented high school graduates to pay in-state fees for colleges. it extends undocumented
students from paying more expensive out-of-state petition. the judges today refused to hear the case without comment. >> a new report suggests a solution could be temporary for prison overcrowding peevey new data suggests that 67% of those said to be released will likely reoffend and wind up back in prison within three years. up to $24 million, that is how much the u.s. navy wants to spent to clean up a shoreline are treasure island. david stevenson tells us which feathered friend is at risk if the investment is not made. >> reporter: baseball owner remembers the days when sailing from treasure island meant watching out for friendly fire. >> used to be over here in the hangar area and we had to sail
around that. >> reporter: sailors used the portion of clipper cove as a range from 1941-1989p to date the navy is planning to reduce lead shot that may endanger diving ducks. >> they go down and eat the shot. >> reporter: is is accessible to the deaths. they are now proposing to spend between $2,000,000.22 million to clean the code in the most expensive plan includes dredging times of lead contaminated sediment. the cheaper plan simply buries the contaminated sediment in the landfill. >> i am looking at the animals that actually dive into the
sediment where a lead shot has fallen down into its. >> reporter: a public meeting to remove the lead and protect the diving ducks is set for june 14 here on treasure island. >> the san francisco 40 niners are teaming up with stanford university to help at-risk youth. the youth impact program is designed as a four-week course. the program will be held on the stanford university campus next month. organizers say the boys will also learn life skills on how to resolve conflict in the future leader. millions of dollars poured into charities this weekend. they raise $7.3 million puts the total proceed at more than $100 million. the highest bid was for a napa trip for two couples with
dinner and wine. as cities everywhere scrounge to make ends meet, a surprising new political strategy, the new tax plan that could make some conservatives cringe. and the bay area could finally be in for a warm-up. meteorologist rosemary orozco tells us how soon it may hit the 70s and where. >> you can watch bay area news at 7:00 and all of our newscasts on your computer or mobile device. we are streaming live on the web for you at ktvu.com. [ female announcer ] this is the story of sam,
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>> a massive wildfire in eastern, arizona, has nearly doubled in size, driven by winds gusting to 60 g to 60 miles per hour. at least three resort towns have been evacuated but no one has been hurt. five buildings have been destroyed. here in the bay area we have had it with his cool weather and when we say 70s, everybody's ears perk. >> enough is enough; right? enough of the so-called wet weather. let's take a look what is going
on out there. take a look at where we may be seen a few sprinkles here sitting in the low '60s at this time. livermore, concord, redwood city. 59 degrees right now in napa. temperatures sitting in the low '60s for the north bay today. going to be in the low 70s by tomorrow. there is that system off to the east. by tomorrow, mostly sunny skies and the temperatures are going to rebound. a ridge of high pressure building in. your forecast here, by tomorrow morning we have got low clouds and a little bit of clouds. by lunchtime notice we are
mostly sunny. this system is going to push off to the east and in this year as they continue to deal with a little bit of rain. here at home we are looking pretty good. temperatures are going to warm a few degrees and are inland areas could see anywhere from a 5-10-degree warm-up. low 70s in the forecast around santa rosa. 73 tomorrow. come to the coast, still cool but a little bit of improvement. we will see sunny skies. that will be a little bit of an improvement; right? tuesday and wednesday temperatures begin to climb. thursday and friday looks to be some of our nicest weather. approaching the 80s in some cases. we will cool it back a little bit for the weekend. but again, we are going to be
dry. >> thank you, rosemary. ten years ago tomorrow george w. bush passed sweeping tax cut for millionaires. millionaires are asking congress to raise taxes. the group says the country needs the funds and they want to give something back. so far more than 200 people have signed on including about one dozen in the bay area. >> that is our report for tonight. i am gasia mikaelian p keep in mind our coverage continues on ktvu.com and with our 10:00 news on ktvu channel. "tmz" is up next right here on tv 36. fee court is now in session.
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