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ghtmares thankfully, the va has made important advancements in tbi so if you think you or a veteran you know has sustained a brain injury get screened one man is dead, one woman is injured, the overnight stabbing now under investigation in vallejo. the cinco de mayo is underway in the south bay. why some say tonight's party could get out of control and what police are saying about it. and the men accused of planning the september 11th attacks go before a military court this morning. what is expected to happen and how the families of the victims can watch the proceedings.
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good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, may 5th. let's diver right into it and go to rosemary for a quick look outside today. >> good morning to you! a warming trend in time for your weekend. let me show you what i'm talking about. friday's highs and today's highs. we're looking at a tendering difference in santa rosa, 12 degrees san francisco, 11 concord. you see what i mean. a noticessable warm-up into the afternoon hours. if you're getting outdoors this morning, we're several degrees cooler than yesterday morning. i'll have the numbers coming up. this morning one man is dead and a woman in serious condition after a stabbing at a vallejo mobile home park. the woman had to be airlifted to the hospital. the man died from his injuries at the hospital. police say they received a call overnight about a stabbing involving several people. when they responded they found the two injured people. they say they had detained someone as a person of interest but are not yet calling this.
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a suspect. right now they're not releasing anymore information. >> at this point it's still too early to give any specific details, because we're still trying to learn the specifics of what occurred. >> police say the woman was in serious condition when she was taken to the hospital. right now no update on her condition. police are investigating a takeover robbery at this 72 on miller avenue. at about 10 last night, two employees were locking the backdoor of the royalty spa, when police say a man pulled a handgun and forced the employees into a room. police say he then stole money from the business and the victim's car. he is described as hispanic in his 20s, wearing dark clothes. police say they're also looking for a second possible suspect, also described as hispanic and in his 20s but with visible tattoos on his arm. an investigation is underway into an overnight fire in san francisco. it happened at a home on thomas avenue in the bayview district. flames came from the garage
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around mid night and the red cross is helping about nine displaced people. there was heavy smoke throughout the house. there are no reports of any injuries and there's word no -- no word yet on what caused the fire. in the sunset district a woman was critically injured and another fire, this one at 3:00 yesterday afternoon at a home on 41st if terraville. there was a lot of smoke and clutter inside the house. firefighters found a woman on the second floor of the home, she was transported to the hospital. inches knocked down the flames within 20 minutes. the cause is under investigation. it's cinco de mayo, and in san jose the celebrations are already underway. we were there last night as people crowded into bars and restaurants. business owners say the last time cinco de mayo fell on a saturday, it was chaos and the city was overwhelmed by people. san jose police say they are
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anticipating a similar situation as the warm weather brings more people to the downtown area to celebrate. >> for that reason we have enough officers here that we feel confident we'll be clear presence for individuals to realize that it's a safe environment, but then also for anyone who plans to be disruptive, we will be able to address those issues immediately. >> police say they are being especially vigilant because of last week's beating death of a 14-year-old boy in downtown roosevelt park. it was a gang-related crime and there is a zero-tolerance policy in effect for tonight's party. and san francisco's cinco de mayo festival will kick off in just about three hours. the celebration is being held in mission delores park until 6:00 tonight. it will feature 10 local artists performing a variety of cultural themed dances. and in oakland, the free cinco de mayo concert is going to be held at 2:30 today in the fruitvale transit village. this is located at 34th avenue and international boulevard. the concert will feature music
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and songs from central and south america. the caribbean as well as mexico. dii check points in effect around the bay area. most were up and running last night and will be open through tomorrow morning. deputies and napa county say they will be deploying extra patrols looking for drunk drivers. more information is coming out about the marin county teenager accused of attempted murder and the theft of a sportscar belonging to a famous chef. 17-year-old suspect max swayed in juvenile hall, in april he shot at two teens and last year he stole a $2,000 lamborghini from tv chef guy fieri. he wrote about plans for more crimes in papers found in a storage unit in richmond. police served a search warrant last night. it's not clear if anything was found there. happening right now, five men accused of orchestrating the september 11th attacks are appearing in public for the first time in three years. they are being arraigned at a
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military tribunal on guantanamo bay, cuba. the hearing began about a half hour ago. the self-confessed mastermind mohammed and four conspirators face charges, including terrorism, hijacking and nearly 3,000 counts of murder. legal experts are divided on what will happen here. the arraignment can be as simple as reading the charges and entering pleas. but some military lawyers think the tests may try to turn the proceedings into a political circus. mohammed mocked the tribunal in provo court appearances. relatives of 9/11 victims are demanding the death penalty. >> it lingers in the back of your head that these people are still alive. i mean, they're not glorious, but -- it would bring closure. >> a trial date is expected to be set. but it won't begin for at least another year due to legal motions and other issues.
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the families of six 9/11 victims have flown to gitmo to watch the proceedings. they were chosen by lottery. other victims' families are watching through closed circuit television at four military bases in the united states. stay tuned, we'll have updates throughout the morning. a magnitude 4.3 earthquake shook the north bay overnight. the earthquake hit after 2:20 this afternoon, three mimes east of the geysers and 24 miles north of santa rosa. the geysers produce a lot of small quakes because it of its geothermal power plants which have steam if deep wells. more than a dozen agencies around the state are going to participate in an earthquake drill today. it is a full-scale earthquake response exercise meant to simulate a health care volunteer mobilization and deployment. the drill is happening inside the oakland coliseum. tonight the moon will appear bigger and brighter than usual. it's called the super moon.
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this is video of the center moon from last year. and tonight there will be a full moon and at 8:35, the lunar orbit will be at its closest point to earth. the moon will appear about 14% larger and 30% more luminous than most full moons. i notice the moon as i was driving in this morning. it was spectacular, and it helped that everything was so clear, rosemary, a beautiful day in store. >> you're right. and that moon, fabulous. yes, we're looking at wall-to- wall sunshine at this hour. our numbers are going to be a lot warmer than just yesterday. sunday looks to be the warmest day. a live look outside our doors, and the bay bridge, we've got just the breeze blowing in some areas, generally light in the hills. it's a little gustier. we've got pattern change going on here. we've got a northeasterly breeze in santa rosa, westerly san francisco, calm in san jose. and northerly breeze in fairfield, about 12 miles per hour. calm in oakland, northerly just a generally.
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breeze in livermore. in the hills above a thousand feet, take a look at what the winds are doing. really whipping mount diablo, 49 miles per hour right now. 33 at the oakland hills to the north. and we've got 17 miles per hour reported at big rock and 20 miles per hour reported at atlas. current temperatures this morning, a dryer air mass pulling in the winds are going to help warm us up into the afternoon. but right now cooler than where we started yesterday morning. 46 san rafael. 47 concord. 52 in oakland. low 50s napa. santa rosa, 55 in fairfield so we'll begin to see a rapid rebound now that the sun is up. taking a look at what you can expect for today. up to 15 degrees warmed nor inland areas. and the warmest day again expected to be sunday with this ridge of high pressure in place and looks like stick around for a few days. afternoon highs expected for the area, 77 petaluma, 74 novato this afternoon. 72 in sausalito. low 80s in some areas.
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santa rosa, napa expected to hit 80 in the afternoon. 70s for oakland. inland east, and we are looking at a warm-up in danville, 77 for you. 78 in livermore. into the south bay, 78 san jose, 80 degrees morgan hill. and along the peninsula it will be a nice mild to warm day. 75 expected in mountain view, 75 redwood city. 73 expected san bruno. mid to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies over the coast. 66 for pacifica today. 72 degrees this afternoon in the city. your extended forecast shows you the warming trend continues for the coast tomorrow, low 70s in the forecast. mid to upper 80s expected inland. monday, tuesday programs the warmest days of the warming trend. and then we begin to cool down into wednesday. the onshore breeze will return. we'll look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. they got engaged while being held captive in iran. but today month after being free the two uc berkeley
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graduates will tie the knot. and hit by taggers, the graffiti showing you will in the south bay and the mobile app police say can help them. this is 880 in oakland, highway patrol is clearing an accident that happened in the northbound direction of 880. we'll be right back right here on mornings on 2. what'll it be?
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good morning to you! a live look there. it will be a weekend of clear skies and mild to warm afternoons. president obama officially kicks off his re-election campaign with two major rallies today before leaving washington he spent time yesterday at an arlington, virginia high school, touting his plan for college loans. today the president and first
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lady will speak at two universities, one in ohio and the other in virginia. these campaign says he's trying to attract youth vote by focusing on the economy and job growth. next week president bo and obama will stump in seattle, los angeles and reno. republican presidential nominee mitt romney may soon pick up the endorsement of rick santorum. romney campaigned yesterday in pittsburgh and before the rally he met with santorum in the closed door meeting. romney is working to shore up the support of republican conservatives. many of whom backed santorum. two uc berkeley grad watts held captive in iran are getting married today. they were engaged two years ago in a tehran prison. they were hiking on the iraq border when they were arrested on spying charges. today's wedding is a private ceremony reportedly in an undisclosed location in california. the university of california has 50 new
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recommendations for police in campus protests. the uc report follows criticism of use of force against occupy protestors in berkeley and davis last year. among the recommendations, use mediators instead of police. officers should use their hands- on protestors instead of pepper spray or batons. students should be disciplined at school instead of arrested and the uc should videotape protests. you can read all of the recommendations on our website, ktvu.com. we have posted the full report under hot topics on the homepage. a church, school and several businesses in san jose are doling with a graffiti problem. someone tagged the great catholic church and school. the principal says it's not hateful or gang-related, but earlier this week the school says it was hit with from feetee that appeared to be anti- religious.
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>> they crossed out the word church and put a pentagram and spelled out the "f" word here. >> several businesses along race street were also vandalized thursday. the city sent out a team to cover graffiti at the church. you can report graffiti in san jose with an app called sj clean that lets you take a picture and send it to the city. there's a new development in a story you'll see on 2. for the past month residents in antioch telling us about a group of people allegedly squatting in vacant homes. after a ktvu investigation, those alleged squatters have moved out. >> they don't want to be seen. pure and simple. if people hadn't paid attention to them, they would still be here. i'm happy. >> you would be dealing with the effects of it? >> yes. yes. >> a ktvu crew kept its
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distance from the men packing up. they did not talk, but did give the crew an on scene guesteddure. neighbors plan to bring occupy the issue with the city council later this month. a cash-strapped private school will be allowed to stay open until the end of the school year. a federal bankruptcy judge ruled wind rush school can operate through june. the school filed for bankruptcy last fall after defaulting on a construction loan. the 36-year-old school will close its doors june 7th, after the 8th grade graduation ceremony. next week the san francisco teachers union will meet for the first of two votes that could lead to a strike. the union says negotiations over a contract have stalled. it says the district is demanding too many cuts despite millions of dollars in resources that could prevent layoffs and give teachers a 2% raise. the district says they're not hiding any money and the union does not see the fiscal reality of the situation. when it comes to job growth, sonoma county is one of
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worst places in the country. a study ranks the area 389th out of 398 u.s. communities. the man who helped write the record says they've lost 20,000 jobs since the year 2000. some other local areas are showing significant job growth. silicon valley at 38th best in the nation. san francisco and the peninsula, 85th in job growth. and napa ranked 142nd. napa will have more latino people than white people within the next 20 years. that is according to a high in gracious policy study commissioned by the napa valley community foundation. white baby boomers are getting older. that population is shrinking. and the latino population is growing. soon there will be a latino majority. and it hopes to educate the community and find solutions to the racial issues. one of yahoo's share holdes is demanding the ouster of its ceo because of an error on his
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resume. meridian yell lowe wants the sunnyvale company to fire scott thompson and is threatening a lawsuit. yahoo called the mistake on the resume an error and a filing with the sec yahoo stated thompson received a science degree from stonehill college but he never did. the defense team in the john edwards trial will cross- examine a key prosecution witness on monday. he is the lawyer of a went under it-year-old wealthy donor who secretly gave $725,000 to edwards' presidential campaign in 2008. the witness testified edwards knew about the money and used it to hide the affair with his pregnant mistress, rielle hunter. >> the prosecution is attempting to influence this jury by proving that john edwards is an unethical fellow had is caring with this woman. >> edwards has bleed not guilty
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to six counts relating to campaign violations. if convicted he faces up to 30 years in prison. there's a new rape allegation against the former head of the international monetary fund. dominique strauss-kahn is calm up in a prostitution scandal in france. that investigation has now led police to another woman, who says she was working as a prostitute when she was gang april at a strauss-kahn sex party in washington, d.c. in a hotel back in 2010. strauss-kahn was arrested lasts year after a maid accused him of raping her. although the charges were dropped, she is now suing him in civil court. and the colombian prostitute at the center of the secret service scandal is opening up about what happened. she spoke on colombian radio, claiming an agent owed her $800 after a night with her. she called all the agents fools for not resolving the matter by giving her the money. she didn't look through their belongs position didn't know they why linked to president
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obama she said. this morning residents in iowa are beginning to clean up from a tornado that ripped right through their town. and a series of explosions set off for a special reason. how they made a young boy's wish come true. >> outside our doors a chilly start will give way to temperatures above normal for early spring. we'll look at what you can expect, coming up! cheeseburger macaroni?
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homeowners and farmers are helping each other clean up tornado damage. investigators confirm an ef-2 tornado touched down knee wayland, iowa thursday night. the winds were up to 130 miles per hour, strong enough to rip the roofs off two homes and destroy two turkey farms the residents can clean you now in the daylight but they say when the tornado hit, it was dark and the experience was terrifying. >> the warnings and the sirens are going off, and the storm just moved in. >> a lot of the tin hitting the
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house, rocks hitting the house, stuff hitting the house. >> damage and lending hands. i know they would be there for me if i had that. >> although build relationship with lost, fortunately nobody was hurt during the tornado. a truck driver finds himself stuck on the top of his semi, which became an island in michigan. that truck the only thing saving him from the floodwaters until you see rescue crews arrive with a boat. at the bottom of the water is interstate 75! the flooding is the worst that county has seen since 1986. no flooding expected around here. blue skies throughout much of the bay area. the giant have a matinee today and rosemary, it should be in the 70s maybe even in san francisco on that side of the city? >> it is going to be gorgeous. if you like sunshine and 70s, 60s at the coast, and a few 80s
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into the afternoon. this morning are you stepping out the door early? well, test the waters because it's a little chilly out there. napa few degrees warmer but for most of us slightly cooler. 40s to mid-50s. but we'll see it a rapid warm- up. by lunchtime, widespread upper 60s to low 70s around the bay and inland. that's by lunchtime, already going to feel quite nice. for the afternoon, upper 60s and 70s for the coast. 70s to low 80s for our inland spots. and the bay area will be nestled in between with nice mid-70s for oakland, hayward, 76 in fremont, 78 expected san jose today. 72 again in the city for the afternoon. 66 pacifica. to the north 80 degrees expected santa rosa. and our inland east bay locations will warm above average by a few degrees. 80 expected for antioch. there's your extended forecast. tomorrow will be even warmer, programs a little toasty for the valley spots. but our coast widespread low 70s in the forecast there. monday, tuesday we're going to hold on to the trend and notice
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in the extended forecast no ryan. we'll begin cooling on wednesday. back to you. the calaveras county bomb squad is helping an 8-year- old's wish come true. for half of his life, evan has been fighting leukemia. and enduring chemotherapy treatments. he says the one thing he has always wanted is to see a large explosion like the one in the movies. so the make-a-wish foundation stepped in and evan was able to witness five different blasts. >> understanding the tragic event that we have, we try to make it so they forget about that and while they're with us, they're having fun. >> he says his favorite explosion was the one with the gasoline because it made that huge fireball. he and his family say they will remain in california for a few more days before heading home to texas. your time is 7:26. san francisco mayor ed lee celebrating a big birthday
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today. the gift he is asking from city residents. and the city of oakland also marks a milestone birthday. the uninvited guest who showed up to that party. >> reporter: and coming up, overnight violence in vallejo had police looking all night long. we'll tell you what happened.
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one man is dead and one woman seriously injured as police now searching for who is ever responsible for this deadly overnight stabbing. welcome back to mornings on 2. vallejo police say the stabbing happened at the olympia mobile home park. we are live at the scene with what police are saying. >> reporter: let me show you higher, yellow crime tape out in this neighborhood, so are investigators. and we have seen quite a few of them documenting evidence out here this morning. police telling us this started shortly after midnight when they got a call about a stabbing. when they got here to the olympia mobile home park, they found two people had been hurt. one man died of his injuries. a woman had to be airlifted to a local hospital in serious condition. >> we don't know yet. she was transported to the nearby hospital with a serious injuries, but we don't know or have not received updates.
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>> reporter: we have learned that one person is in custody. we're also looking into reports from folks out. here that this may have been a dispute between neighbors. as soon as we get an update from police, we'll bring that to you. about 30 minutes from now another search effort is going to get underway to find missing south bay teenager sierra lamar. volunteers can check in at bur note elementary until 1 p.m. today. the 15-year-old morgan hill girl disappeared march 16th on her way to school. sheriff's investigators focusing on two reservoirs near her home. dive teams plan to resume their search there next week. police officers killed in the line of duty will be honored by the state this weekend. the list of officers includes slay show police officer jim capoot. tomorrow night there's will be a candlelight vigil at the
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capitol mall in sacramento. and on monday capoot's name will be on the wall of the peace officers memorial. a car thief recovering from a police shooting, just after 5 last night in pinole. highway patrol says an officer was following a stolen car on interstate 80 when the driver exited on to pinole valley road. officers say the driver then pulled into a kaiser parking lot, got out of the car and tried to run. what happened next remains a bit unclear but highway patrol says at some point a pinole police officer shot the suspect, who is now expected to survive. the suspect's name has not been released. a man involved in a bay area law enforcement scandal is now in federal custody. the family of former antioch police officer chris butler left federal court without talking to the media yesterday. butler pleaded guilty to crimes including conspiracy to sell drugs and, theft, running a massage parlor prostitution ring, robbery, and extortion. all while working as a private investigator with members of
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the contra costa county drug enforcement team for cnet. >> he feels extremely bad for a lot of reasons. lot of people got hurt by this, and his family particularly. >> butler will be sentenced in september and faces up to 10 years in prison. the family of former san ramon police officer lewis lombardi learned he would spend three years behind bars for stealing drugs, money and jewelry while on the task force. oakland police are looking for the teenagers who stormed a barbershop and robbed 20 people. we're told four latino teenagers carrying guns and wearing bandannas over their faces hit the barber shot on international boulevard around 8 lasts night. they stole money from the shop it took customers' wallets, cell phones and other valuables before running off. today east palo alto is going to give you cash for your unwanted guns. the police department is hosting this annual gun buyback program today and the
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department will give out $100 for each of the first 150 guns returned. just go to the parking lot of the east palo alto city hall between 9 and 1. there was a proud day for oakland as city leaders hosted birthday celebrations. >> happy birthday city of oakland! >> mayor quan called yesterday a renaissance and celebrated oakland's 160th year with the cake. a restored model of city hall was unveiled after it was vandalized last fall during an occupy protest. >> we're very young city, and oakland is really a city on the rise. >> the police department held its first open house giving residents a chance to interact with the officers. protestors did threaten to disrupt the celebration. officers stopped the group as it tried to speak with the police chief. police did let some protestors into the party but soon after one man tried to speak at the microphone and officers
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escorted the group out. the alameda county district attorney's office filed charges against three people arrested during an occupy oakland demonstration on tuesday. 22-year-old jordan barred was charged with felony vandalism. 24-year-old isaac castro was charged with felony assault on a peace officer, and 54-year- old stephanie demos faces charges resisting arrest and failure to disburse. police arrested 39 people on tuesday and prosecutors say more charges may be coming. today is san francisco mayor ed lee's 60th birthday. he's not asking for lots of gift. instead he is asking the community to volunteer their time, improve the city and support local businesses. suggestions, they include reading 60 books to a child, donating 60 school supplies or biking or walking to work 60 times. investigators found a faulty valve on a hydrogen tank at ac transit fueling station in emeryville. that one experienced a leak which caused evacuations.
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you can hear the hissing leak on a cell phone video sent to us yesterday. ac transit workers saw flames coming from a 9,000 gallon task of pressurized hydrogen used to fuel ac transit buses. firefighters and police evacuated a school and businesses, including pixar. the station is going to be closed for several days until a c-tran it finds out exactly what went wrong. a bay area fisherman is getting the credit for freeing a gray whale that was tangled up in a fishing line and buoys. the whale was first spotted off the coast of orange county on april 17th, and on thursday mark a nilo was on his boat after the coast of bodega bay when he spotted the buoys and the large whale. >> he was right on the surface. he was wore out that -- he got right to him. >> they used this hook to snag the line and cut it from the whale. he says it took about 90 minute
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to free the whale and once it was loose, the whale did a lap around the boat, surfaced and swam away. he thinks the whale was relieved to be free and was saying thank you. after being postponed by veer weather, rosie is being declared the winner of the kentucky race. as many as 100,000 people ready track when the wind and rain picked up. but when the weather calmed down, the horses took off. this marks the first time in 138 years a woman has won this race. it's held every year on the friday before the kentucky derby, and features three-year- old phillies. the winner receivers a $600,000 and a silver trophy. the bad weather is supposed to improve in time for this afternoon's kentucky derby. the run for the roses is scheduled to begin at 3:24 our time. right now your early favorites to win are union rags. the kentucky derby is the first leg of the triple crown and is called the most exciting two minutes in sports.
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flood for the roses. it's great event, great song as well. great day outside. as we move into the afternoon, rosemary, can't get much better. >> it's going to be nice out there! especially if you like the sunshine and warm weather. i do realize not everybody likes the sunshine, but for the most of us it will be a great bay area weekend. high pressure beginning to build, and as it strengthens it is going to continue our warm- up into sunday. giving you a live look there, at some blue skies and some rolling green hills in the inland east bay area, where most of us again waking up with sunshine pouring in to our windows. so that ridge of pry measure beginning to take over, the so many that brought us rain on thursday has pushed off to the east, we're in between and as this begins to settle, in we're watching the gusty conditions develop this morning. not so much right at the surface where most of us are in. hills is where we're seeing it. so sunny skies today, a notable warm-up for the afternoon, and again tomorrow slightly warmer than what we will get for
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today. so the current winds outside our door this morning, you can see generally light out there, 12 miles per hour in napa. where it's really gusting in some areas in the hills above a thousand feet or so. mount diablo reporting 50-mile- per-hour winds at tile. when they descend off the hills, they dry and warm and that's going to bring us a big warm-up for the afternoon. 52 in oakland. 47 redwood city. mostly clear skies and cool on the coastline this morning. 48 in mountain view. 49 san jose. but we're already beginning to see a nice rebound. napa few degrees warmer at this point than where we sat 24 hours ago. your afternoon highs for today, 80 degrees expected for santa rosa. 79 sonoma. 76 san rafael. off to the east bay, temperatures will warm into the mid-70s for oakland, hayward, upper 70s danville, pleasanton. 78 for livermore, 80 degrees the afternoon for antioch. how about the santa clara valley? sunny skies and 70s. 78 for san jose.
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even 80 degrees expected morgan hill. a beautiful day at santa cruz, 74 expected this afternoon. and the peninsula, no change there. you're just as nice! 75 redwood city, 7498. 72 in the city. 68 expected this afternoon in daly city. the warm-up will continue into sunday. 70s in the forecast for the coast, mid to upper 80s inland. and our numbers will be quite warm monday, tuesday and then we begin a cooling trend on wednesday. if you're headed out to see the giants play this afternoon, i'll have that forecast for you coming up! arizona of governor signs a ban stopping funds for planned parenthood. out that may a effect on services in and what both sides are saying. and never before seen video of the 1986 challenger explosion. why that video is now being shown. but first, let's take you outside. there's a sunny look at 280 in san jose. traffic pretty busy for this time of morning on a saturday morning. but things moving just fine on this gorgeous saturday morning.
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good morning to you! a live look there at the fair skies over downtown oakland this morning, holding at 52 degrees in downtown. we're getting a look at amateur video shot on january it was ath, 1986. as the shuttle challenger exploded, killing all 7 astronauts onboard. it is only the third such video ever released.
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>> so tough to watch. the couple died in the 1990s and their niece was going through home videos looking for nature wedding footage, when she stumbled across that video instead. election results in iran show rivals of president mahmoud ahmadinejad have won a majority of seats in the legislature. ahmadinejad casted his vote in iran's runoff elections yesterday. the parliament can influence the runup of the election of ahmadinejad's successor next year. the new iranian parliament will begin its sessions in late may. japan is celebrating the last of the country's 50 nuclear reactors switching off. this is video of the fukashima plant that was damaged in last year's earthquake and tsunami. since then no reactor that would stopped for checkups has gone back up. the country now requires new tests that prove reactors can withstand natural disasters. it also needs the approval of
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residents before restarting any of the reactors. the blind chinese lawyer at the center of a diplomatic standoff between the washington and beijing remains in a chinese hospital this morning. chen guangshen is there with his wife and two children. american embassy officials talked to his wife this week while the chinese government says the family can apply to to go overseas, no date has been set for them to leave. he was imprisoned and placed under house arrest for exposing abuses against pregnant women in china. adam youk of the beastie boys has lost hit battle with cancer. they burst on to the music scene in 1986. 25 years and 40 million records sales later, they were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. youk was also a video director and advocate for free tibet and helped organize the first
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tibetan freedom concert in golden gate park in 1996. he was 47 years old. another state will soon legalize marijuana for medical purposes. the connecticut senate passed a medical marijuana bill but the bill does not come with a regulated system of cultivation 'tis pensing and licensing like here in california. instead the connecticut bill outlines specific diseases that marijuana would treat. patients would need a doctor's recommendation in order to get the drug. connecticut's governor is expected to sign the bill very soon. planned parenthood in arizona is considering legal action after a new law cut its funding. yesterday governor jan brewer signed a bill that cuts the organization's access to farrakhan money used for non- abortion services. arizona already bans the use of public money for abortions exempt to save the money. but anti-abortion advocates thought the law needed to be broader. planned parent hood says this could interrupt family planning
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services. family of a arizona woman are learning they donated thousands of dollars to her fake cancer scheme. 27-year-old janie toller said he had breast cancer and needed surgery. she said she didn't have health insurance so found a doctor who performed doctor under the table but needed help raising the money so she reached out to coworkers at the hallmark hospice center. >> we're in the business of helping people in need. and you are expected to show compassion and you want to bring comfort to those who are suffering. >> now police say it was all a lie. they say she never had cancer and wanted are money for breast implants. she stole about $8,000 from people and has now been arrested for that crime. a dog is now in a santa clara animal shelter after lying with a body of his owner on the side of the road. the man was hit and killed by a car while riding his bicycle on highway 1, north of builder
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ranch state park. police say his body was on the side of the road for almost 12 and hours, hidden by bushes. the man's dog who was riding in a basket on the bike was carped up next to the man. he was not hurt and is now being evaluated. police are still searching for the driver of the car. several brands of dog food are being pulled from shelves after after a samonella outbreak sickened more than a dozen people. the products manufactured by diamond pet foods in south carolina have sickened at least 14 people who are recently fed their pets. no pets have been affected. here's a list of all the brands in that recall. there is a new effort to troy toe stop underage drinking to create so-called -- free
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zones. it refers to favored sweet alcoholic beverages. the board of supervisors is set to consider the measure next tuesday. children's hospital and research center in oakland is getting a financial boost. hospital officials announced they received two grants worth nearly $3 million as part of the affordable care act signed by the president back in 2010. the money will be used to renovate the hospital's primary care clinic, teen clinic and center for the vulnerable child. golden state warriors star stephon curry will help set off a renovation. today at noon curry will be there as the renovation begins. sprite is helping renovate the courts at 25 rec center across the country. a sacramento first gridder is called a hero for saving a
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choke, classmate during lunchtime. >> copy yelling, i'm choking! and everybody like, like -- and they didn't know what to do. but i knew what to do. i did -- >> she says she learned the heimlich maneuver from a tv show on the disney channel. the girl's principal recognized her actions with a certificate. your time is 7:49. and every woman deserves some sparkle. that's special bling that golden gate bridge is set to receive on her 75th birthday. and badly treated horses are now recovering after being rescued from a contra costa county farm. why authorities admit help should have come sooner. >> afternoon highs are expected to soar above the seasonal norm for this time of year. outside our doors this hour a bit of cool start. we'll look at your numbers coming up!
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contractors are trying to determine what caused a building to collapse in new york city. the building came down yesterday evening. firefighters rushed to the scene where they spent the night searching for people in the rubble. luckily, no one was inside the building and no one was hurt. a construction crew had been working on the foundation of that building but they had already left for the day when it had collapsed. the golden gate bridge is getting some sparkly new jewelry for its 75th berkeley. a scientist designed special mirrors to go on the bridge's two towers. the idea is that when the mirrors catch the sun, they will create flashing sparks of light. the mirrors will be remote controlled, so they don't distract drivers and pilots. they are set to be installed at the end of the month. four malnourished horses have a new home at least for now. they're at the contra costa county animal services in martinez. concerned citizens accept photos to animal services pleading with them to rescue
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the horses from private ranch land. but they had no luck. however, once ktvu called a county supervisor and the animals served director, the horses were seized that same day. >> why did it take more than three weeks to get these horses out of here? >> there's no ex cues for that. and that should have happened -- there should have been immediate action on this right away. >> animal services is now conducting an internal investigation and a criminal investigation of the horses' owner because of the bacterial skin condition they are losing clumps of hair. but after two weeks in martinez, that new hair is coming in and the horses are eating well. in another horse rescue, a u.s. forest service helicopter flew two horses to safety in orange county. four horses had fall on offer a trailer and down a ravine. one of the animals did die. rescuers cleared brush then walked pot a third horse. they were part of a ride held for 18 years. none of the riders was
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seriously hurt. today is christmas for comic book fans. why? it's free comic book day. stores across the world are giving away certain items for free. more than 23 million come, have been given away, the idea to promote comics so customers both young and young at heart. the girl scouts are celebrating their 100th anniversary. it includes an appearance by disney channel stars, animals and a flash mob. the celebration is held at the alameda county fairground in pleasanton beginning at 10 a.m. and will last until 10 tonight. tickets are $40 and include everything, clept for parking and food. it's a unique but time honored tradition, the annual leonard j bird calling contest in piedmont.
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students took the top prize for mimicking the call of the greater prairie chicken. the bird calling contest started back in 1963, and has gotten attention across the country. many of the winners appear on the "tonight show" and we posted more video of the contest under hot topics at ktvu.com. your time is 7:55. it's shaping up to be a gorgeous day out there! and rosemary, is it my nephew as birthday today so deliver him up a good forecast, will you? >> happy birthday. hopefully it's an outdoor party, bring along the sunblock. at this hour you may need a jacket. a little cool this morning. 40s and low to mid-50s is what we're waking up with. so if you have an early morning softball game, you might need just maybe a sweat shirt or a hoodie. if you're headed up to see the giants, different story. 67 degrees, mostly sunny skies.
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the winds between five to 15 miles per hour. so perhaps a little breezy and you know if you're headed to san francisco, always a good idea to have a jacket just in case. 75 expected in oakland for today. 76 in fremont. 78 san jose. these numbers are up, well above what we felt on friday. 79 concord and if you head to the north, 80 degrees this afternoon for santa rosa and napa. the extended forecast, dry warm pattern will continue into the extended forecast. tomorrow will be a warmer day along the coast, low 70s in the forecast. we're going to keep this trend through tuesday with looks like a slight dip in temperatures expected by wednesday. back to you. new information about that north bay teenager accused of attempted murder as well as the theft of a celebrity chef's luxury car. what police found that may indicate he may have planned to commit even more crimes. and president obama solution to paying down the u.s. debt. we are he plans to find the money. and a special treat in the sky. why the moon may appear larger than usual tonight. 0!ockñ?çóxo?ñ=çñññçvxqx?ñññ?óioy
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a man killed and a woman injured in vallejo, the investigation going on right now following the violent night. and cinco de mayo celebrations start early this year in san jose. what police are doing to keep the streets safe.
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and the mastermind between the 9/11 attack, trial underway. an update on today's proceedings. good morning. and welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, may 5th. it has been a fantastic morning so far since that came up and if you're outside this afternoon, it may just get even better. let's check in with rosemary and that saturday forecast. >> good morning to you! mostly clear, nice morning for the fremont runners. we've got a notable warm-up expected for today in our extended forecast will be dry and warm we're gusty in some areas. i'll show the numbers expected for your neighborhood, coming up. this morning vallejo police are investigating a stabbing that left one man dead. a woman had to be airlifted to john muir hospital from the olympia mobile park. a man died from stab wounds at
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the hospital. police say when they responded, they found the two injured people and they had detained someone as a person of interest but are not calling that person a suspect. right now they're also not releasing any more information at this time. >> at this point it's still too early for us to give any specific details. we're still kind of learning the specifics of what occurred. >> police say the woman was in serious condition when she was taken to the hospital. so far there is no word on her condition. this mill valley spa was the target of a takeover robbery last night around 10:00 police say two employees were locking the backdoor of royalty spa when a man pulled a handgun and forced the two employees into a room. police say he stole money from the business and the victim's cars. he is described as a hispanic and this his 20s wearing dark clothes. police say they are also looking for a second possible suspect, also described as latino man in his 20s. but with visible tattoos on his
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arms. an investigation is underway into an overnight fire in san francisco. it happened on a home on thomas avenue in jennings street in the city's bayview investigate. flames came from the garage around midnight. the red cross is helping about nine displaced people including three children. most of damage occurred in the garage but there was heavy smoke throughout the house. there are no reports of any injuries and no word on what caused that fire. a woman was critically injured in another fire in san francisco. this one broke out around 3 yesterday afternoon. in a home on 45th, first. that is in the city's sunset district. firefighters say there was a lot of smoke and clutter in the house. they did find a woman on the second floor of the home and she was rushed to the hospital. firefighters put out the flames within 20 minutes and kept the fire from spreading to homes next door. san jose police are preparing for tonight's cinco de mayo celebration. while some people got the party started a little early.
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we were there last night as people crowded into bars and restaurants. the last time cinco de mayo fell on a saturday, it was chaos and the city was overwhelmed by people. san jose police say they are anticipating a similar situation at the warm weather brings more people to the downtown area to celebrate. >> for that reason we have enough officers here that we feel confident we'll be clear presence for individuals to realize that it's a safe environment but then also for anyone who plans to be disruptive, we will be able to address those issues immediately. >> police say they are being especially vigilant because of last week's beating death of a 14-year-old boy in the park. they say it was a gang-related crime. for that reason there's a zero- tolerance policy in effect for tonight. other cinco de mayo celebrations are planned for around the bay area. in about three hours, the annual celebration will begin in mission dell or ross park
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until tonight and will feature 10 artists performing a variety of cultural themed dances. in oakland a free cinco de mayo concert begins apt 2:30 in the fruitvale village. it's going to be feature music and songs from central and south america and the caribbean and mexico. in preparation for tonight, some dui checkpoints are already in effect around the bay area. some started last night and are going to run through tomorrow morning. even more are planned for tonight's cinco de mayo holiday. san francisco police are societying up check points on ceasar chavez street and police are deploying extra patrols to look out for drunk drivers. more information is coming out about the marin county teenager accused of attempted murder and the theft of a sportscar belonging to a famous chef. 17-year-old max wade is in juvenile hall, made headlines for allegedly stealing the 2 $200 lamborghini belonging to guy fieri but police also say
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wade shot at teens in april and was planning more crimes. police now say he wrote about plans for more crimes in papers found in a storage unit in richmond. new this morning, in his weekly address president obama says it is time to shift attention from wars overseas to the problems back at home. >> that's why i've called on congress to take the money we're no roger spending at war, use half to pay down the debt and the other half to rebuild america. >> president obama wants to use some. money for health care, education and infrastructure. he accuses republicans of promoting more tax cuts for millionaires wife leaving the middle class behind. happening right now, five men accused of orchestrating the september 11th terror attacks are appearing in public for the first time in three years. the mastermind and four co-
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conspirators face charges including terrorism and 3,000 counts of murder. they are being arraigned at a military tribunal on guantanamo bay, cuba. the hearing has been bogged down as the defendants have refused to answer questions. they've also complained they were not allowed to wear civilian clothes of their choice. meanwhile, relatives of 9/11 victims are demanding the death penalty. >> it lingers in the back of your head that these people are still alive. i mean, they're not glorious, but -- and it would bring closure. >> a trial date is expected to be set but it won't begin for at least another year due to legal motions and other issues. the families of six 9/11 victims have flown to gitmo to watch the proceedings. they were chosen by lottery. other victims' families are watching through closed circuit television at four military bases in the united states. stay tuned to mornings on 2. we'll have updates on this
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hearing throughout the morning. a 4.3 earthquake shook the north bay overnight. it hit just after 2:20 this morning. its epicenter at three miles east of the geysers and 24 miles north of santa rosa. the geysers produce a lot of small quakes because of the geothermal power plants which draw steam from deep wells. more than a dozen agencies from the bay area and around the state are going to participate in an earthquake drill today. it is a full-scale earthquake response exercise to simulate a health care volunteer mobilization and deployment. that drill is happening inside the oakland coliseum. tonight the moon will appear bigger and brighter than usual. it's called the super-moon. this is video of last super- moon that happened last year. the moon is full tonight and at 8:35 the orbit will be at its closest point to earth. the the moon will appear about 14% larger and 30% more luminous than most full moons.
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good morning to you! and at this hour the sun is shining bright. a live look from san francisco. you can see fair skies overhead, wall-to-wall sunshine from the coast inland. it is pouring in. 49 right now san francisco. 52 santa rosa. 53 in san jose. sunup for a couple hours now, we have a dryer air now in place. and that actually helped cool us down in the overnight hours. 50 degrees in oakland. so many of us actually starting out a little chillier than yesterday morning. 55 in areas the mountain view, menlo park to palo alto. we're looking at mid-50s. low 50s and san jose. upper 40s livermore, 52 degrees in concord. and the temperature holding steady, 59 in napa, 52 in santa rosa. the winds are light out there. little gusty and hayward early this morning, a 7 miles per hour now santa rosa. notice from the northeast that's an offshore breeze. that really going to warm us up this afternoon. and northerly wind in fairfield
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between miles per hour. it's in the hills where they're quite gusty. and when they descend down from the hills, they help dry and warm us up. 20 miles per hour reported. 49 reported mount diablo this morning. and 33 miles per hour reported in the oakland hills. so for today, mild to warm weather. temperatures will be up several degrees over yesterday. from some. warmer spots maybe even 10 to 15 degrees warmer than friday's highs. 60s and 70s for the coast. and winds will be generally light from five to 10 for some of the breezier areas. 80 degrees santa rosa this afternoon. 78 for novato. 76 in san rafael. low 70s sausalito. 68 and mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. stinson beach. let's head to the east bay, where temperatures will warm into the 70s in a few low 80s. 75 in oakland. 77 danville pin land we're looking at 80 degrees for pittsburg this afternoon. 81 in brent wood. santa clara valley nice and
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toasty. 78 san jose. 75 sunnyvale. on the peninsula, temperatures will be mild to warm. 74 expected 98. and on the coastline, good- looking day in half moon bay. 68 degrees, mostly sunny skies. 72 this afternoon in the city. extend forecast there shows you our warming trend that will continue. tomorrow will be the warmest day of the weekend. and then as we get back to work on monday, we'll hold on to the trend through tuesday. no rain in the forecast. we do begin to cool a bit on wednesday. if you're out and about today, i will have your lunchtime numbers coming up. he may not be doing well in the polls but he is still fighting. the particular group of people g.o.p. candidate ron paul is trying to appeal to here in california. >> and a former nba great finds a new call, why you can how call him dr. shaq. but first a live look outside. there is a stall on eastbound 80 at the connector to the 580. highway patrol now working to
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clear the scene. it is 8:10. this is mornings on 2.
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good morning to you! a live look there. what a gorgeous shot of the oakland estuary! we have sunny skies and a warm- up in store for your bay area weekend. president obama officially kicks off his re-election campaign with two major rallies today. before leaving washington, he spent time yesterday at an
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arlington, virginia high school touting his plan for college loans. today the president and first lady michellewoman will speak at two universities, one in ohio and the other in virginia. his campaign says he is will try attract the youth folk by focusing on the economy and job growth. next week president obama will stop in seattle, los angeles, and reno. and presumptive republican presidential nominee mitt romney may soon pick up the endorsement of formal rival rick santorum. romney campaigned yesterday in pittsburg and before that rally he met santorum in a closed door meeting. romney is working to shore up the support of republicans conservatives, many of whom backed santorum. republican candidate ron paul remains in the race for the white house. >> we believe we will win the hearts and minds of the people, so we have the changes necessary to get us out of that mess. and that's one thing the young people realize. >> paul held a town heal meeting yesterday at the university of san diego and
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enjoys speaking at colleges but he is talk to the leaders of tomorrow and the people who will share this country's future. two uc berkeley graduates held captive in iran are getting married today. they were engage two years ago while being held in a tehran prison. they were hiking on the iraq border when they say they were arrested on spying charges. shourd spent 14 months in custody, the men were held more plan two years. today's wedding is a private ceremony reportedly in an undisclosed location in california. the university of california has 50 new recommendations for police patrolling campus protests. the uc report follows criticism of use of force against occupy protestors in berkeley and davis last year. among the recommendations, use mediators instead of police. officers should use their hands on protestors instead of pepper spray or batons. student protestors should be disciplined at school instead
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of being arrested. and u-c police should vip the protests. you can read the recommendations on our website at ktvu.com. we posted the full report on hot topics on the homepage. a church, a school and several businesses in san jose are dealing with a graffiti problem. someone tagged st. leigh the catholic church and school. earlier this week the school was hit with graffiti that appeared to be anti-religious. >> it's pretty devastating to see your school campus violated in that way. they have put a line through the word church, and they had put what look liked a pentagram on here, and then they spelled out the "f" word here. >> several businesses along ray street were also vandalizes on thursday. the city sent out a team to cover graffiti at the church. you can report graffiti in san jose with an app called sj
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clean that lets you take a picture and send it straight to the city. a story you'll see only on 2, for the past month relationships dense in antioch have been telling us about a group of people allegedly squatting in vacant houses. neighbors even snapped photos of them moving into a foreclosed home on mead street. but after a ktvu investigation, the alleged squatters have moved out. >> they don't want to be seen. if people hadn't paid attention to them and just let them be they would still be here. i'm happy. >> you would be dealing with it. >> yes. yes. >> a crew kept its distance from the men packing up. then didn't talk but did give the crew an obscene gesture. it was planned to bring up the squatting issue with the city council this month. a cash-strapped private school will be allowed to stay open until the end of the school year. a federal bankruptcy judge ruled that wind rush school can operate through june.
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the school filed for bankruptcy last fall after defaulting on a construction loan. the 36-year-old school will close its doors june 7th after the 8th grade graduation ceremony the union says contract negotiations with the district have stalled. it says the district is demanding too many cuts in spite of having millions of dollars to prevent layoffs. the district says they're not hiding any money and the union does not see the fiscal reality of the situation. when it comes to job growth, sonoma county is not at the top of the list. a study by new geography ranked the area 389th out of 398 u.s. communities. the man who hemmed right the report said sonoma county has lost 20,000 jobs since the year 2000. some other local areas are showing significant job growth. silicon valley ranked 38th best
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in the nation. san francisco and the peninsula were 83rd in the job growth area. napa ranked 142nd. napa will have more latino people than white people living there within the next 20 years. that's according to a migration policy institute study commissioned by the napa valley community foundation. white baby boomers are getting der. the population is shrinking, while the latino population is slowing growing. soon there will be a latino majority. the foundation behind the study says it hopes to educate the community and find solutions to the racial issues it faces. one of yahoo's major share oldes is demanding the ouster of its ceo because of an error in his resume. hedge fund meridian yell hope wants the company to fire scott thomaston and is threatening a lawsuit. he set a deadline of monday. yahoo called the mistake an error in a filing with the sec, yahoo stated thompson received
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a computer science degree from stonehill college in massachusetts. but he never did. this is the lawyer of a 101- year-old welt yea donor on secretly gave $725,000 to john edwards' president am campaign in 2008. the witness testified edward knew about the money and used it to hide the affair with his pregnant mistress, rielle hunter. >> the prosecution is attempting to influence the jury by proving the john edwards is an unethical fellow who is carrying about with this woman. >> edwards has pleaded not guilty. if convicted he faces up to 30 years in prison. there's a new rape allegations against the former head of the international monetary fund. dominique strauss-kahn is currently caught up in a prostitution scandal in france. but that investigation has now
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led police to another woman who says she was working as a prostitute when she was gang raped at a strauss-kahn sex party at a washington, d.c. hotel back in 2010. strauss-kahn was arrested last year after a new york city hotel maid accused him of raping her. those charges were dropped but she is now suing him in civil courted. in the colombian prostitute at the center of the secret service scandal is opening up about what happened. she spoke at a colombian radio station. she claims the agent owed her $800 after the night with her. she called all the agents fools for not resolving the matter by giving her the money. suarez says she didn't look through their belongs and didn't know they were linked to president obama. you can now call retired nba center star shaquille o'neal dr. o'neal. he graduate today with his phd in education from florida. he already has a bachelors degree and mba and took classes on campus and via video
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conferencing. and because of his hectic schedule he even paid for some professors to fly to him for one on one classes. befriending facebook. why students in one high school are trying to ban a popular social networking site. >> outside this morning sunshine with a warm up to follow. i'll have the numbers expected for your neighborhood when we return.
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homeowners and farmers helping each other clean up tornado damage, an e f-2 tornado touched down in iowa thursday night. the wind were clocked at 130 miles per hour. strong enough to rip the roofs off two homes and destroy two turkey farms. residents can clean up now in the daylight but they say when the tornado hit, it was dark and the experience was terrifying. build relationship with lost but nobody was hurt during the tornado. your time is 8:25. and it's shaping up for a very, very nice day, even hot in some places. >> it's going to be a little toasty. bring along the jacket this morning, though. little chilly as we get outdoors this morning. some of us still holding in the 40s. so yes, but we will see a rapid warm-up. we're already seeing it in morning in the next half hour to hour or so. most of us will be in the 50s, then the 60s. right now 49 degrees reported in some of our valley locations. and widespread 50s near the bay as well as areas inland.
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and buy noontime mobutu skies. mid-60s as the coast. low 70s inland and then for the afternoon, we're going to be a lot warmer than yesterday. we're looking at mostly sunny skies if you're headed to tahoe for the weekend, dry conditions. low 50s in the forecast for today. mid to upper 50s for tomorrow. but why would you go anywhere with this weather here! we're got temperatures warming into the low 80s for some of the warmest areas today. by tomorrow though, 86 expected for the inland areas along the coast, going to be a beach day. we've got upper 60s to low 70s in the forecast for your weekend, and it's a trend we're going to hold on to through tuesday, wednesday we have a bit of cooling in the forecast. back to the desk. >> five massachusetts middle school students are leading a movement to defriend facebook. the five friend say there's a lot of bullying happening on that social site, carrying into the school day. they say people use the internet to say things they wouldn't say in person some in response, they've created the
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three f challenge. >> free from facebook. delete your facebook until summer. >> there is a special computer set up in the guidance counselor's office for students to deactivate their accounts. they are videotaped doing so and then the footage is played on a school morning news. they also sign a contract and receive a t-shirt. so far 20 other students have signed off facebook. san francisco giant aubrey huff opens up about the anxiety attacks that put him on the disabled list. how he is coping and when he plans to rejoin the team. >> and new details this morning on a police investigation in this neighborhood in vallejo. if you're open to choosing your own batter, mix-ins and toppings, come in today and build a stack you'll be proud of. only at denny's.
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a double stabbing leaves one man dead and a woman in serious condition. welcome back to mornings ton 2. the stabbing happened just after midnight and ktvu's cara is at the scene and talking with neighbors there. >> reporter: first off i want that let you know police confirmed to us they have arrested the man they believe is responsible for this. i also want to show you part of the scene here. you can see it this wooden railing that used to be standing up bright has fall don't ground in the scuffle overnight investigators have just now wrapped up their investigation after being out here all night. we saw them collecting quite a bit of evidence here at the scene. they have been here at the olympia mobile home part since before 1 after getting a call about a dispute between neighbors as well as a stabbing. a 43-year-old man died of his injuries. a 42-year-old woman was airlifted to the hospital.
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and neighbors are just starting to hear about what happened. >> this is sad. it's really sad. i mean, words can't describe how close of home this hits. especially when we first moved here, he was really helpful and definitely helped to kind of welcome us to the neighborhood. >> investigators tell me they have arrested 32-year-old cameron weiss of slay who and and not sure what the dispute was about. a car thief is recovering after being shot by police just after 5:00 last night in pinole. highway patrol says an officer was following a stolen car on interstate 80 when the driver suddenly exited on to pinole valley road. officers say the driver then pulled into a kaiser parking lot, got out of the car and started to run. what happened next remains a bit unclear, but highway patrol says at some point a pinole
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police officer shot the suspect, who is this morning expected to survive. the speck's name though has not been released. another search of the for missing teenager sierra lamar is now underway. you can still volunteer up until 1:00 in afternoon at burnett elementary school in morgan hill. 15-year-old sierra disappeared march 16th on her way to school. sheriff's investigators have been focusing on two reservoirs near her home. dive teams plan to resume their search there next weir. police officers killed in the line of duty will be honored by the state this weekend. that includes vallejo police officer jim capoot. he was killed on november 17th. nine other california law enforcement officers also died in the line of duty last year. tomorrow night there is a candlelight vigil in sacramento and on monday capoot's name will be placed on the walls of the california peace officers memorial. oakland police are looking for the teenagers who storm aid barbershop and robbed up to 20 people. we're told four latino
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teenagers carrying guns and wearing bandannas over theirs faces hit the barber shot on international boulevard near 92nd around 8 last night. they stole money from the shop and took kersey wallets, cell phones and other valuables before running off. today east palo alto will give you cash for your unwanted guns. the police department is hosting their annual gun buyback program today. the department will give out $100 for east of the first 150 guns returned. just go to the parking lot of the east palo alto city hall, between 9 and 1. a man involved in a bay area law enforcement scandal is now in federal custody. the family of former police officer chris butler lest federal court without talking to us yesterday. butler pleaded guilty to crimes including conspiracy to sell drugs, theft, running a massage parlor prostitution ring, robbery and extortion. all while working at a private investigator with members of the contra costa county drug enforcement team or cnet.
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>> he feels extremely bad for a lot of reasons, lot of people got hurt by this. and his family particularly. >> butler will be sentenced in september. he faces up to 10 years in prison. meantime, the family of former san ramon police officer louis lombardi learned he would spend three years behind bars for stealing drugs, money and jewelry while on that task force. it was a proud day for oakland as city leaders hosted birthday celebrations. >> happy birthday city of oakland! >> the mayor called yesterday a renaissance and celebrated oakland's 160th year with a cake. a restored model of city hall was unveiled after it was vandalized last fall during an occupy protest. >> we're a very young city, and oakland is really a city on the rise. >> the police department helped its first open house giving residents a chance to interact
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with officers. protestors did threaten to disrupt the celebration. officers actually stopped the group as it tried to speak with the police chief. but police did let some protestors in the party soon after however one man tried to speak at the microphone and officers escorted him out. the district attorney's office has filed charges against three people arrested during tuesday's occupy oakland demonstrations. 22-year-old jordan barr was charged with vandalism. 24-year-old isaac castro was charged with felony assault on a peace officer. and 54-year-old stephanie faces charges of resisting arrest and failure to disburse. police arrested 39 people on tuesday and prosecutors say more charges may be coming. investigators say they have found a faulty valve on a hydrogen tank at an ac transit fueling station that experienced a leak which caused evacuations. you can hear the hissing leak on cell phone video obtained by
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ktvu yesterday. ac transit workers saw flames coming from a 9,000-gallon tank of pressurized hydrogen, used to fuel ac transit buses. firefighters and police evacuated a school and businesses, including pixar. >> once the system itself detected that it was having a problem particular began to shut itself down. >> a station will be closed for several days until ac transit finds out exactly what went wrong. after more than two weeks tangled up in fishing lines and buoys, a gray whale is now free, thanks to the efforts of a bay area fisherman. that whale was first spotted off the coast of orange county on april 17th. then this past thursday mark was on his boat four mimes off the coast of bodega bay when he spotted the buoys and the large whale. >> he was right on the surface. he was wore out that -- we got right to him.
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>> they used this hook to snag the fishing line and cut it from the whale. he says it took about 90 minutes to free the whale. and once it was loose, the whale did a lap around the boat, surfaced and swam away. he says he thinks the whale was relieved to be free and did a lap as a way to say thank you. good morning to you! looking forward to a pleasant forecast for your saturday. giving you a live look from san jose. fair skies, calm conditions, low 50s outside your door in san jose. we've got high pressure continuing to build and move into the area. as it does it will continue to warm us up. highs on friday upper 60s to near 70 degrees. by today, upper 70s even a few low 80s out there. and then sunday will be the warmest day. so big warming trend expected for your weekend. we've got winds picking up at times but generally light across the area. napa reporting 12 miles per hour at times.
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12 in fairfield, calm. livermore, san jose, oakland in areas right around hayward. the winds are helping warm us up because when it descend off the hills, dries and whams us up again. 53 san francisco. 59 in napa. 59 santa rosa. this is a big jump from earlier this morning. we had sunk into the upper 40s in areas around santa a, napa. 49 still in livermore where we have calm conditions. you can see this for yourself. afternoon highs today above normal for this time of year. yesterday we were a few degrees below normal. 80 degrees expected for santa rosa. 77 petaluma. a great day in novato. 80 in napa. off to the east we're looking at temperatures in the mid-70s for oakland, hayward, 74 expected san lan throw, 77 danville. upper 70s to low 80s livermore, antioch, we're looking at more of the same for areas around san jose.
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78 for you, 80 morgan hill. 76 in santa clara. 76 this afternoon in fremont. and marathon going on there this morning. so a mostly clear, mostly calm start there. 74 san mateo. 72 degrees in the city this afternoon. mid to upper 60s if you're headed to the coast. afternoon highs tomorrow will be even warmer and then monday looks to be perhaps the warmest day. we'll begin that cooldown as early as wednesday. if you're going to see the giants play, i'll have that forecast for you coming up. san francisco giant aubrey huff says he expects to rejoin the team on monday for its series against the los angeles dodgers. that is when huff is eligible to come off the 15 day disabled lacey. he went on the d.l. to deal with an anxiety disorder and says he had an 8 hour panic attack that began in his new york hotel room last month right before the giants were scheduled to play a doubleheader with the mets. he went home to florida and had another attack the next day.
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he doesn't know what caused it but says he's seeing a therapist and he is now feeling better. the giants are looking to snap their four-game losing streak this afternoon. last night they lost game one of their series against the milwaukee brewers. the giants came back, tying the game at 4 in the 6th. in the 7th, though, ramirez's single gives the brewer the lead, and they would not give that up. game 2 this groan here on ktvu channel 2. our coverage begins at 12 and and 12:30. the oakland a's dropped their first game of a 3-game series against the tampa bay rays. david price struck out the 12 a's batter in eight innings. the offense backed him up with the two-run home run to gist rays a 5-1 lead in the 4th inning. the rays win 7-2. several brands of dog food are being recalled this
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morning. how the product sickened people but not animals. plus never before seen video of the space shuttle challenger explosion. how this footeddage was discovered, 26 years after that tragedy. first a look like outside at the traffic on 280 in san jose on northbound highway 85, north of southbound 280, there's a two-car collision blocking the number 1 lane. if you're head out the door there, time is 8:40. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you! a live look from our roof cam at the estuary. mostly clear skies, noticeably warmer weather in store for your weekend. election results in iran show rivals of president milosevic ahmadinejad have won a majority of seats in the legislature. ahmadinejad cast his vote yesterday. the parliament can influence the election of ahmadinejad's successor next year. the new parliament will begin its sessions in late may. people in japan are celebrating as the last of the country's 50 nuclear reactors are stot off. it was damaged in last year's earthquake and tsunami. since then no reactor stopped
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for maintenance has gone back up. the country now requires new tests that prove reactors can withstand natural disasters. the blind chinese lawyer at the center of a diplomatic standoff between washington and beijing remains in a chinese hospital this morning. chen guangshen is there with his wife and children. officials talked to his wife this week and while the chinese government says the family can apply to go overseas, no date has been set yet for them to leave. he was imprison and placed under house arrested for exposing abuses against pregnant women in china juppe a new law is ending the use of taxpayer money for any planned parenthood service in arizona. yesterday governor brewer signed a bill that cuts the organization' access to money used for non-abortion services. arizona already bans the use of public money for abortions except to save the mother. but anti-abortion advocates
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thought the law needed to be broader. planned parenthood says it could interrupt health care and family planning services. another state will soon legalize marijuana for medical purposes. the connecticut senate passed a medical marijuana bill but the bill does not come with the regulated system or cultivation dispensing and licensing here in california. instead the bill outlines specific diseases that marijuana would treat. patients would need a doctor's recommendation in order to get the drug. connect's governor is expected to sign the bill soon. the city of ashland, oregon is threatening to shut down the new restaurant because of an unconvention al ingredient. eric dragon edibles known for service food infused with marijuana. city officials have turned down its business license unless it stops selling the pot infused food by monday. the owner is planning to reapply for a license he says he will serve regular food but people with a marijuana card
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with bring their own pot infused oil to put on their food. an arizona woman is in jail accused of scamming friends and family out of $8,000 for a fake cancer treatment. 27-year-old jamie tolled said she had breast cancer and need reconstructive surgery. she didn't have health insurance but found a doctor who would perform the surgery and reached out to coworkers hospice. >> we're in the business of help people in need. and our country you are expected to show compassion and you want to bring comfort to those who are suffering. >> now police say it was all a lie. they say she never had cancer and wanted the money instead for breast implants. in total she stole about $8,000 from people and has been arrested for that crime. we are getting a look at amateur video shot on january 28th, 1986, as the shuttle
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challenger exploded, killing all 7 astronauts onboard. it's evenly the third such video ever released. >> oh, no! they're all gone! it exploded! they're gone! they were here, and now they're gone! >> the video was shot by a man who was attending the launch with his wife. the couple died in the 1990s, and their niece was going through home videos looking for their wedding footage when she stumbled across this video instead. adam youk of the beastie boys has lost his battle with cancer. youk and his group burst on the music scene in 1986, 25 years and 40 million record sales later the beastie boys were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. he was a director, film
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producer and advocate for free tibet and helped organize the first free tom concerted in 1996 in golden gate park. he was 47 years old. several brands of dog food are pulled from the store shelves after a samonella outbreak sickened more than a dozen people. federal officials say the products manufactured by diamond pet foods in south carolina have sicken at least 14 people who had recently fed their pets. at least five were hospitalized after handling the food. no pets have been affected and no illnesses have been reported in california. here is a list of the brand in the recall. four malnourished hospitals that ktvu helped rescue have a new home for now. they are at the contra costa animal services in martinez. concerned citizens sent photos of the animals to animal services, pleading with them to rescue the horses from private ranch land. but they had no luck.
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however, once ktvu called a county supervisor and the animal services director, the horses were seized that same day. >> why did it take more than three weeks to get these horses out of here? >> there's no excuses for that. and that should have happened -- there should have been some immediate action on this right away. >> animal services is now conduct an internal investigation and a criminal investigation of the horses' owner. balls of a skin condition, the horses are losing clumps of hair, but they've been in martinez two weeks newspaper to and that new hair is starting to come in. the horses are also apparently eating well. and in another horse rescue, the u.s. forest service helicopter flew two horses to safety in orange county. four horses had fallen off the trail and down a ravine. one of the animals did die. rescuers cleared bush in were able to walk out a third horse part of an annual ride held for
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18 years. there's a relationships lewis in the works that will create sweet alcoholic beverages that appeal to the younger crowd. the board of supervisors is set to consider the measure on tuesday. children's hospitalized and research center in oakland is getting a financial boost. hospital officials announced they have received two grants worth nearly $3 million. it's part of the affordable care act signed by the president in 2010. the money will be used to renovate the hospital's clinic, team clinic and center for the vulnerable child. golden state warriors star stephon curry will help kick off a basketball rec center. today at noon he will be at the park as renovations begin. sprite is helping to renovate
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courts at 25 parks and recreation centers across the country. rosie is being declared the winner of the kentucky oaks race. up to 100,000 people were at the track when the wind and rain picked up. but when the weather calmed down, the horses kicked off. this marks the first time in 138 years a woman has won this race. it is held every year on the friday before the kentucky derby, and features three-year- old phillies. the winner receives $6700 thousand and a silver retrieve. forecasters say the bad weather should clear up in time for the afternoon's kentucky derby. the run for the roses is scheduled to begin at 3:24 our time. right now the early favorites to win are union rags. the kentucky derby is the first leg of the triple crown and is called the most exciting two minutes in sports. the golden gate bridge is gearing up for its 75th
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just 14 months after being transplanted, the national christmas tree has died. yesterday the park service says the colorado blue spruce died from complications of the replanting. it was moved from new jersey to a field outside the white house in early 2011. a new tree has already been
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chosen and will be planted in late october. golden gate bridge is the going some sparkly jewelry for its 75th birthday. a scientist designed some special mirrors for the towers. they are going to be remote controlled, however, so they do not distract drivers. and pilots are set to be installed at the end of month. >> not sure about the mirrors. excited about the party. it's the 27th of this month. >> yes. >> that should be fun. clear skies it morning as well as this afternoon. and i want to turn to rosemary because hopefully tonight as well with the moon that's bigger than usual tonight. >> it will be gorgeous, mostly clear skies. it was for just early in morning if you had a chance to catch it. but yes, we're looking at a nice warm-up for your weekend. and mostly sunny skies. a few degrees above the seasonal norm for this time year. you're going to feel it because yesterday we were a few degrees below the seasonal norm.
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so all in all, anywhere from five to 10 to 15 degrees warmer than what we felt on friday. fair skies this morning. dryer air in place. allowing us to cool down, so some of us still holding on to 49 degrees. some of our valley locations. most of us now in the 50s. mid 60s to low 70s for the lunch hour. and then 70s even low 80s expected inland for the afternoon. heading to tahoe, low to mid to upper 50s in the forecast for your afternoon. and your extended forecast there, 60s for the coast today. low 70s by tomorrow. our valley locations will be warmer as well. 86 the average tomorrow, and then it's a trend we just hold on to through tuesday, a bill the cooling on wednesday. but no rain at this point in the extend the forecast. back to you. it's unique but time honored tradition, the leonard j waxdeck bird calling contest in piedmont.
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three students took the top prize for mimicking the call of the greater prairie chicken. the bird calling contest starts in 1963 and has gotten attention across the country. many of the winners often appear on the tonight show. and we posted more video of the contest under the hot topics tab on ktvu.com. >> did you participate in that last year? no? >> yeah. i practiced. wasn't good enough. >> coming up at 9, new safety measures after the cruise ship grounding in italy. the three things the cruise line will now be doing before every voyage. and look up in the sky around 8:35 tonight. why the moon is going to appear bigger and brighter than normal!
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good morning, welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, may 5th. >> you may want to get outside today and enjoy the nice weather on what is cinco de mayo. we have a look at the forecast. >> good morning, to you. it's going to be calm and quiet and comfortable out there for today. you can see from friday in to today, a nice big warm up, by 10:00 degrees, expected in areas around santa rosa. 12-degree warm up in san francisco. the trend continues around the area. your weekend, coming up. one man killed and another woman hurt in a stabbing a at a mobile home park. >> reporter: police have confirmed for us they arrested 32-year-old cameron weis, a
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resident in vellejo, investigators have been collecting evidence. officers got here around 1:00 after getting a call about a dispute between neighbors and a stabbing. a 42 year-old woman was rushed in to surgery after air lifted to a hospital. a man died of injuries. neighbors tell us this is a man who will be missed. >> a very nice neighbor to have. it's sad and unfortunate that things happen to people who are so good. he will be greatly missed. >> reporter: the victims friends have been here, too upset to speak with us but say he was a great guy. police are ininvestigating
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a takeover robbery. two employees were locking the back door and approached by a unknown suspect. the man pulled a gun and forced employees in to a room and stole money and cars described as hispanic, in his 20s, wearing dark clothes. police are looking for a second possible suspect, hispanic in his 20s and visible tatoos on his arms. police are investigating a late night attack on a school campus. roosevelt elementary officials notified police when they found blood and a wallet. he told them he was drinking alcohol and playing basketball on the school's outdoor courts when men attacked him. the victim sustained head injuries and could give them a description of attackers. investigation underway in to a overnight fire in san francisco. it happened in the bay view district. flames were coming from the
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garage. the red cross is helping about 9 people who are displaced including three children. most of the damage occurred in the garage. there was heavy smoke. no word of what caused the fire. sunset, a woman was critically injured in a fire, about 3:00 yesterday afternoon in a home on 41st. firefighters say there was a lot of smoke and clutter in the house. they found the woman on the second floor of the homes she was taken to the hospital. firefighters knocked down the flames within 20 minutes and kept a fire sprom spreading to homes. -- from spreading to homes. the celebration is already underway for cinco de mayo. >> we were there as people crowded in to bars and in to restaurants, business owners say the last time cinco de mayo fell on a saturday it was chaos and the city was overwhelmed by
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people. san jose police are expecting a similar situation. >> we have enough officers to feel confident, we will be a collie present for individuals to realize that it's a safe environment but also for anyone who plans to be disare are up disruptive. >> police are being individual leapt because of the beating -- individual leapt because of a beating death of a 14-year-old boy. deputies in napa will employ patrols looking out for drunk drives. master mind mohammad
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annoyed the military judge by refusing to answer questions. a codefendant came in strapped to a chair because he didn't want to appear in the proceedings and another defendant dropped to his knees and started praying. they were holding a silent potest and face charges including terrorism, hijacking and 3000 counts of murder. >> throughout the military proceeding, the defense will seek to pull back the cur tape of secrecy and carefully management to reveal unpleasant truths and seek accountable for torture. >> while a trial date will be set, it won't begin for at least another year due to legal
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motions and other issues. six families flew in, chosen by lottery. other victims families can watch the closed circuit televisions at military bases in the united states. a17-year-old maxway made headlines for stealing a lamborghini belonging to that guy. police say wade shot at two teenagers. they found papers in the stornl unit which detailed plans for more crimes. police also served a search warrant at a home last night. it is not clear if anyone was found. two graduates held captive in iran are getting married.
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bower and shourd, they were hiking and arrested on spying charges. the men were held for more than two years. today's wedding is a private ceremony reportedly in a undisclosed location in california. tonight the moon is going to appear bigger and brighter than usual. ist a super moon. this is video of last year's moon. at 8:35, the lunar orbit will be at the closest point to earth. it's going to appear 14% larger and 30% more luminous than most full moons. good morning, a live look this morning, mostly blue skies overhead. we have a light breeze. gusty conditions in the hills. little to complain about. nice warm up expected for you.
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57 degrees in santa rosa. 55 san francisco. redwood city in to mountain view and areas around pa la alto, 50s as well. you are looking at 59 degrees, 55 near redwood city. 55 livermore. to the north, low 60s in napa. 57 in areas around santa rosa. the win have been light. we have a light breeze developing, santa rosa, 10- 13 miles per hour, fairfield gusty at times. this happened over the last hour. it's above 1000 feet where the winds are gusting fast in some cases. 53 miles per hour gusts reported. offshore breeze at this point. that's going to warm us up in to the afternoon. the winds here closer to home, anywhere from 5- 15 miles per hour. not bad. the warm up, noticeable, 5, 10, 15 degrees warmer. sunday the warmest day under mostly cloudy skies.
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highs expected for the yeah, 80 for santa rosa. 74 berkley. mid-70s oak land. along the coast 66 expected for pacifica. 79 inland east bay. livermore 78. 80 morgan hill. at&t park, mostly clear. for the afternoon low 70s expected around the city. your extended forecast shows this warming trend will continue. 86 the average for tomorrow. 72 if you are headed to the coast. we will keep that as we move through monday. tuesday, subtle changes. dropping off by wednesday. back to you. a mixed bag when it comes to job growth in the bay area. counties that did the best and one bay area county among the worst in the nation.
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>> he traveled here from texas. how a northern california bomb squad helped an 8-year-old boy's wish come true. cçrrú
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live look from the city. beautiful start to the day, sunny and 70s. few low 80s for the afternoon. there is a new development in a story you will only see on 2 for the past month residents have been telling us about a group of people squatting in vacant houses and neighbors snapped photos moving in to foreclosed home. after a investigation, the alleged squatters have moved out. >> they don't want to be seen. it's pure and simple. if people hasn't paid attention and let them be, they would still be here. >> you would be dealing with the effects of it. >> a crew helped the distance from the men packing up and did not talk but gave the crew an
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option gesture. neighbors plan to bring up the issue with the counsel this month. a church, school and businesses in san jose are dealing with a graffiti problem. someone tagged a church and school. none of the of the graffiti was hateful. >> it's devastating to see your school campus violated in that way. >> they put a line through crossed out the word church and put what looked like a pent pent gram. >> several streets were vandalized thursday. president obama says it's time to shift attention from wars overseas to the problems
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back home. >> i've called on congress to take the money we not r not spending at war, use half to pay down debt and other half to rebuild america. >> president obama wants to use some of the money for health care, education, and infrastructure, he accuses republicans of promoting tax cuts for million airs while leaving the middle class behind. the economy and tax inequities are themes to the reelection campaign which mr. obama kicks off today before leaving washington he spent time at an arlington virginia high school touting plan for college loans. the president and first lady, michelle obama, will speak at two universities, one in ohio and the other in virginia. he is trying to attract by focusing on issues such as job growth. president obama will stump in seattle, los angeles and reno. presidential nominee, mitt romney may pick up endorsement
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of rick santorum. romney campaigned in pittsburgh and before the rally met with santorum. romney is working to sure up support of conservatives many of whom backed santorum. ron paul wants everyone to know he is still in the race. paul held a meeting yesterday at the university of san diego. he enjoyed speaking at college campuss and talking to the leaders of tomorrow and the people who will shape the country's future. defense team in the john edwards trial will cross examine a witness on monday. lawyer of a 101-year-old wealthy donor who secretly gave 72 5,000 dollars to the campaign in 2008.
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et wards pleaded not guilty. if convicted he faces up to 30 years in prison. university of california has 50 new recommendations for police patrolling protests. the report follows criticism of use of force against occupy protesters last year. among the recommendations, use mediators instead of police. officers should use hands instead of pepper spray and bay on thes. -- batons. read all the recommendations on our website at ktvu.com, we have posted the report under hot topics on the home page.
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a private school will be allowed to stay open until the end of the school year. the school with operate through june. the school filed for bankruptcy last fall after defaulting on a $13 million construction loan. the school will close june 7th after the 8th grade congratulations ceremony. the san francisco teachers union will meet. the district is demanding too many cuts despite millions of dollars in resources that could give teachers a 2% raise. the district says it's not hiding any money and claims the union does not see the fiscal reality of the situation. one of yahoo's major shareholders is demanding the ouster of its ceo because of an error on his resume. lobe wants the sunny vail company to fire scott thompson and threatening a lawsuit.
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lobe set a deadline of 9:00 a.m. monday. yahoo called the mistake a inadvertent error. yahoo said thompson received a science degree in massachusetts but never did. seminole is not at the top of the list. a study ranked the area, 389th out of 398 u.s. communities. the man who helped write the report says sanoma lost 20,000 jobs. areas are showing growth. silicon ranked 38th best. an fran and peninsula 85th in job growth. napa ranked 142nd. napa is going to have more latino than white living there within the next 20 years according to a migration policy institute study commissioned by the napa valley community
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foundation. white baby boomers are getting older, the population is shrinking while latino is slowly growing. there will be according to researchers, a latino majority. foundation behind the study says it hopes to educate the community and find solution to racial issues faced by the community. >> cinco demio will kick off. it's held until 6:00 tonight featuring 10 local artists performing a variety of cultural themed dances and in oakland, free cinco de mayo concert will be held at 2:30. bomb squad is helping an 8- year-old's explosive wish come true. for half of his life, evan has
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been fighting leukemia and enduring chemotherapy. he says the one thing he has always wanted to see is a large explosion. the make a wish foundation stepped and evan was able to witness five blasts. >> understanding the tragic event, we try to make it so they forget and while they are with us, they are having fun. >> evan says his favorite explosion was the one with the gasoline. it made a huge fire ball. he says he and his family will remain in california for a few days before they go home to texas. it is a big achievement for former star, the new title, shaquille o'neal is receiving today. the sun is shining and our temperatures are rising. i will have what you can expect coming up.
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a storm in oklahoma dropped baseball sized hail. the storm lasted 20 minutes as they watched it destroy their property. car windows were smashed out, people's homes absolutely got pummeled. no serious injuries were reported. a truck driver found himself stuck on top of a semi which became an islander in a flash flood in flint, michigan. the truck was the only thing saving them from the flood waters. at the bottom of the water is interstate 75. this is the worst flooding in the flint area in 26 years. we have a beautiful day shaping up here. rosemary is watching the forecast this morning. i don't know if we can complain about any of it. >> shorts and flip-flops if that doesn't say a lot. >> hopefully you will be enjoying the day as well. a nice warm up in store for you. mostly sunny skies. a light breeze and offshore
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breeze developing. the winds in the hills, gusty. we are looking at temperatures already in the 60s, santa rosa, napa, fairfield low 60s. 59 concord. 58 hayward. 53 in the city. lunch hour, 60s and mid to upper 60s, low 70s by the afternoon. around the bay, mid to upper 60s expected at lunchtime, 60s and 70s for your afternoon and inland, upper 60s to low 70s by lunchtime. upper 70s to low 80s by the second half of your afternoon. sunsets after 8:00. plenty of sunshine and daylight to have fun. sunday is going the be warmer, the warmer of the two days, notice, we don't see a lot of change as we head in to first half of next week. by wednesday, cooling back a little bit. low 60s in the forecast for the coast. low 80s inland. back to the desk. call retired mba super star, shaquille o'neal, dr. o'neil.
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he graduate with his phd in education. he has a bachelors degree and mba and took classes on campus and via video conferencing and paid for professors to fly to him for one on one classes. a great whale tangled up in a fibbing line for two weeks is free. how a crabbing crew saved the large animal. cash for guns, the city giving away $100 for unwanted firearms.
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. police responded to calls of a stabbing at the olympia mobile park after mid night. a 42-year-old woman was hurt and had to be air lifted from the park. a 43-year-old man died at the hospital from his injuries. police say multiple people were involved in the altercation. so far they have arrested 32- year-old cameron white. he does lyat the park and neighbors are shocked by the news. >> it's just sad. words can't describe how close of home this hit. especially when we first moved here, he was helpful. definitely helped to kind of welcome us to neighborhood.
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>> no word on what led up to the stabbing. coming up, we will go back life for an update on the investigation. a man is in jail after he barricaded himself and estranged wife inside a home for several hours, police tell us 45-year-old richard michael rudy invited his wife to the home on arthur street before 8:00 last night, leading her to believe she was picking up their children. their children were with other family members. rudy had a gun and threatened to kill himself. his wife was able to call 911 and just before 1:45, the special response and crisis negotiation team was able to talk him in to letting his wife go. a earthquake shook the north bay overnight. it hit after 2:20, epi center three miles east and 20 miles north.
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they produce quakes because of the power plants which draw steam from the deep wells. earthquake drill underway at the oak land colosseum. a dozen agencies from the bay area and around the state are participating. it's a full scale earthquake response exercise to simulate a health care volunteer mobilization and deployment. alleged car thief recovering after shot by police. it happened after 5:00 last night. highway patrol says an officer was following a stolen car on interstate 80 when the driver exited onto the road. the driver pulled in to a keizer parking lot, got out of the car and started to run. what happened next remains unclear. highway patrol says at some point a police officer shot the suspect who is expected to survive. the suspect's name hasn't been released. another search efforts for missing teenager lamar is underway. you can still volunteer, up until 1:00 this afternoon at
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burnett elementary school in morgan hill. 15-year-old sierra disappeared march 16th op her way to school. investigators have been focusing on reservoirs and dive teams plan to resume the search next week. police officers killed in the line of duty will be honored this weekend includes vellejo police officer, ca pu. 9 others died also. there is a candle light vigil in sacramento and on monday, his name will be placed on the wall of the california peace officer's memorial. oakland police are looking for the teenager whose stormed a barbershop and robbed 20 people. 4 latino teenagers carrying guns and wearing bandannas hit the barbershop near 92nd. they stole money and police say they took the wallet, cell
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phones and valuables before running off. east palo alto will give you cash for unwanted guns. the police department is hosting annual gun buy back program today. the department is going to give out $100 for each of the first 15 guns returned. go to the parking lot of east palo alto tween 9:00 a.m. and 1:00. a man involved in a law enforcement scandal is in custodym family of former police officer, chris butler, left court without talking to the media yesterday. butler pleaded guilty to crimes including conspiracy to sell drugs, theft, running a massage parlor, prostitution ring, robbery, and extortion. all while working at a private investigator with members of the drug enforcement team or c- net. >> he feels extremely bad for a lot of reasons. a lot of people got hurt by this. his family particularly. >> butler will be sentenced in
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september and faces 10 years in prison. the family of former san ramone police officers lewis lombardi learned he would spend three years for stealing drugs, money and jewelry while on the task force. investigators found a faulty vav on a hydrogen tank at a fueling station that had a leak which caused evacuations. >> that sound is a sound of that hissing leaks on a cell phone video obtained yesterday. workers saw flames coming from a 9000-gallon tank of hydrogen used to fill ac transit buses. firefighters and police evacuated a school and businesses including pixar. >> once the system detected that it was having a problem, it began to shutdown. less dangerous than you gas station would be under similar circumstances.
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a proud day for oak land as city leaders hosted birthday celebrations. the mayor called yesterday a renaissance and celebrated oakland's 160th year with the cake. a restored model of city hall us vailed after vapidlized -- vandalized after last fall. the police department held the first open house giving residents a chance to interact with officers. officers stopped a group as they tried to speak with the police chief. soon after one man tried to speak at the microphone. officers escorted the group out. almy da district attorney's office filed charges against three people arrested during the occupy oakland demonstration. jordan bard was charged with
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vandalism. isaac charged with a felony assault on a peace officer. and stephanie d emo s faces charges of resissing arrest and failing to dispus. a fisherman is getting credit id for freeing a whale that was tangled up in a fibbing line. he was spotted april 17th. mark was on his crab boat almost now miles off the coast. he says he spotted the buoys and the large whale. >> he was right on the surface and wore out. we got right to him. >> they used that fibbing hook to snag the fishing line and cut it from the whale. it took 90 minutes to free the whale. once it was loose the whale did a lap around the boat, surfaced and swam away. he thinks the whale was relieved and did that lap
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around the boat as a way to say thank you. you are invited to release 2000 salmon, the 8th annual kiss and release starts in 20 minutes. kids will help carry the fish to the bay. there is going to be a barbecue and blessing of the salmon from 10:00 until 2:00. four malnourished horses that ktvu helped rescue have a new home. they are at costra county services. concerned citizens sent photos to animal services pleading with them to rescue horses. they had no luck, once ktvu called the county supervisor,  the horses were seized the same day. >> why did it take three weeks to get the horses out of here? >> there is no excuse for that. that should have happened. there should have been
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immediate action right away. >> animal services is conducting an internal investigation and a criminal investigation of the horse's owner because of a bacterial skin condition, they are losing clumps of hair. after two weeks, new hair is starting to come in and the horses are eating well. >> in another horse rescue, a u.s. forest service helicopter flew two horses to safety in orange county. four fell off of a trail and down a ravine. one of the animals died. rescuers cleared brush and walked out the third horse. they were part of a annual ride held for 18 years. none of the riders were seriously hurt. three pilots took part in a -- u.s.s. hornet. the pilots were part of the do little race for trade in the movies for pearl harbor.
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in 194216b52 bombers took off from the hornet, bombed tokyo and forced to bailout over china. the event will honor jimmy doolittle. the native that led the attack. good morning, mostly sunny, a sunny a live look from the estuariry. the temperatures rebounding. mild to warm weather in the forecast. 5, 10, 15 degrees above yesterday's highs. winds between 5- 15 miles per hour. all thanks to the ridge of high pressure that is building in and taking control for the weekend. as it builds, again, beginning to see the offshore breeze. 20 miles per hour reported in fairfield with gusts reported 25-30 near fairfield. 5 map, 7 oakland. live moore and cop cord,
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reporting calm conditions. 13 santa rosa and napa. the hills really blowing from 28-48 miles per hour, near mount deablo. the winds, they dry and warm and sitting in the 60s, fairfield, napa, santa rosa. 10-degree difference where the winds are light. 58 hayward. 59 san jose. a nice warm up, above what we saw yesterday. few degrees above average. 78 navato. 79 sanoma. east bay, temperatures warming to the 70s to 80s. 75 oakland. 77 danville. heading inland, pittsburgh, 80 for today. 81 brentwood to. the santa clara valley. a game this afternoon, it's going to be warm, cinco de mayo festivities.
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75 redwood. 72 degrees this afternoon in the city. mid to upper 60s in the forecast along the coast, mostly sunny skies. low 70s today for santa cruz. there is your extended forecast. beach weather and swimming pool weather. it's going to be wall to wall sunshine for the afternoon today, tomorrow and the trend will continue monday in to tuesday before we cool back on wednesday. coming up, i will have a look at the lunchtime numbers. today is san francisco mayor's birthday. he is not asking for cake or gifts but asking the community to volunteer. suggestions include reading 60 books to a child, donating 60 school supplies and biking or walking to work 60 times. your time is 9:42 abs safety measure after the deadly cruise ship drowning in italy. the three things the costa cruise line will be doing before every voyage.
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no trouble getting over the bridge this morning. winds are light in the area. your time is 9:45, let's recap the top stories this morning. fife september 11 terror suspects arraigned at a military court in guantanamo bay.
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they held a silent protest and refused to answer the judge's questions. they face numerous charges, terrorism and nearly 3000 counts of murder. cinco de mayo in downtown. tensions are high because of the recent gang related beating death of a teenagerrer. they are going to increase patrols and enforce a zero tolerance policy. policist a man responsible for a death. more on the suspect and how neighbors are reacting to the violence. >> reporter: take a look at the damage that was done out here in this neighborhood overnight. neighbors say this wooden railing was knocked over in the scupel. police tell us -- scuffle. police arrested cameron weis. investigators r with here at oh litchia mobile home park after a dispute between neighbors
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turned in to a stabbing. a 42-year-old woman was rushed in to surgery after air lifted to a hospital. a 43 year-old man died of injuries. police say they are still notifying his family. neighbors say the news is upsetting. >> a nice neighbor to have. it's so sad and unfortunate that things happen to people who are so good. he will be greatly missed. my heart guess to the family. >> reporter: some of the victims friends have been out here to see the scene. they were too upset to speak was on camera. live, carol lou, ktvu, channel 2 news. italian company operating a cruise ship ha ran aground announced new safety measures. it hit a reef after the captain veered off course. are limits to the captain's authority. there will be realtime tracking of the ships and they will
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train passengers in case of emergencies. a blind chinese murder remains in a chinese hospital this morning. chin is there with his wife and chin, american officials talked to his wife this week, and while the chinese government says the family can apply to go overseas, no date has been set for them to leave. chip was in prison when placed under house arrest for exposing abuses against pregnant women. a court began trial against ferguson. she is facing charges for taking part in the secret filming of two orphanages. she broke the law and violated the privacy of fife children. they say she got the footage during undercover trip in 2008. the trial began yesterday and ferguson did not attend that
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opening session. we are getting a look at amateur video shot on january 28th, 1986 as the shuttle challenger exploded killing 7 astronauts on board. it's only the third such video ever released. the video was shot by steven who was attending the launch with his wife. the couple died in the 1990s, their niece was going through the home videos looking for their wedding footage and stumbled across the video instead. adam of the beastie boys lost his battle with cancer. they burst onto the music scene
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in 1986. they were inducted in to the hall of fame. he was a video director, film producer and advocate for a free tibet. he helped the first organized concert. a state will legalize marijuana for medical purposes. the senate passed a bill. the bill does not come with a regulated system of cultivation, dispensing and licensing. the connecticut bill outlines specific diseases that marijuana would treat. agents need a doctors recommendation to get the drug. the five massachusetts middle school students are pulling the plug on facebook. the fife, 14-year-old friends say there is a lot of bullying happening on the social site, it's carrying over to the school day. people use the internet to say things they would not say in
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person. in response, the they have created the 3f challenge. >> free from facebook. >> delete your facebook. >> there is a special set up in the guidance counselor's office for students to deactivate accounts and they are videotaped and the footage is played on the school's morning news. they sign a contract and receive a t-shirt. 20 other students have signed off on facebook. later tad the most exciting two minutes in sports will kick off. the kentucky derby expected to begin at 3:24. our favors to win the run for the roses are boating miser and union rags. it has become a well known social event complete with those big hats and those mint julips. stef curry will kick off a basketball court renovation in oakland. they received a grant from
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sprite. today, curry will be at the park as the renovation begins. sprite is helping to renovate courts at 25 parks and rec centers across the country. it's ticket saturday. that means today, one lucky viewer is going to win tickets and three dog night. it's part of the mountain winery concert series in saratoga. it's friday, june 8th. go to ktvu.com, before midnight and put in the secret word, which is rock. arizona woman pretends to have breast cancer, what she was planning to do with the thousands of dollars people donated to her. the golden gate bridge is gearing up for the 75th anniversary and given accessories to make that sparkle. warmer weather is settling in a look coming up. @(
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an arizona woman is accused of scamming friends. >> and family out of thousand dollars. 27-year-old jamie said she had breast cancer and needed a double vasectomy. she said she didn't have hem insurance. she could not afford the operation and reached tout co- workers at the hallmark hospice
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center. she wanted the money for breast implants and stole $8000. 14 months after transplanted the national christmas tree died. it died from complications of replanting. it was moved to a field outside the house in 2011. a new tree has been chosen. it is going to be planted in late october. golden gate bridge is getting new accessories for the 75th birthday. a scientist designed special mirrors to go on the two towers. they will be remote controlled and won't distract drives and pilots. hotly anticipated block buster, the avengers is in theaters.
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the film is about a team of marvel comic heroes and pulled in $80.5 million in domestic debut yesterday. that's the second best f opening day. this morning, hot topic, let's check in with rosemary. >> warmer weather for today. mid-50s to 60s. gusty conditions in the hills and breezy in some spots. areas like fairfield, a facebook bier tells me, it's howling good as well. mid-60s to low 70s. the winds are not widespread and we will see winds between 5, 10, to 15 miles per hour for the bay. upper 60s for the coast. 70s to 80s expected inland. look at what we can expect. 72 in the city. it is calm in livermore. 78 for the afternoon.
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your extended forecast shows you the warming trend continues. if you like it warm, it's going to be hotter for tomorrow. 86 will be the high for the inland spots. 88 monday. we get back to cooler weather by wednesday. low 80s for the valleys and 60s for the coast. feels like summer is here. zñzñzñtgtgçwoç'c'cz
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