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we are learning new details in the last half hour at -- last half hour about a shootout. >> we'll tell you what officers are saying about keeping the peace. >> time is running out for members of the occupy farm protest to pack up voluntarily. >> additional heating is on the way for your sunday. we'll have a look coming up.
good morning, everyone welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday may 6th i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. let's check in with rosemary orozco for a look at your forecast. >> our numbers this morning up several degrees from yesterday and the warming trend continues for your afternoon. we are expecting anywhere from 3-6 degrees warmer than what we felt on saturday. i'll have a detailed look and talk about the breezy conditions that continue in the hills. oakland police officer has been shot and now at the hospital recovering. it happened around midnight in the area of birch street an 92nd avenue. kara. >> reporter: first off we are being told the officers injuries are not life threatening. . the officer was taken here to
the hospital earlier this morning. he arye here shortly after one. he did not comment on the shooting. what we have learned he was chasing the suspect. the officer returned fire hitting the suspect. both were rushed to the hospital. police say the officers condition is stable. we believe the suspects records were recovered at the scene. we'll let you know when we get more information.
>> this year -- just a few arrests were made last night and there were no major incidents. this year they stepped up patrol. one restaurant owner said he appreciated all of the extra security. >> we had a lot of people. a lot of security. >> police say their main goal was to stop any problems before they started. in addition to san jose police probation officers members of the antigang university were out to make sure things stay peaceful. police were also out in several cities to making sure cinco de mayo drivers were peaceful. officers were looking for anyone driving under the influence or driving without a license. >> i think it's easy to maybe play into a lot of the advertisements and hype of different holidays throughout the year. but if you are acting
responsiblely and drinking responsiblely to make sure that people are not putting themselves at risk. >> there were also other check points around the bay area. >> highway patrol are investigating whether alcohol was a factor involved in an accident overnight. that's where a highway patrol sergeant say a -- the woman in the honda died at the scene. the woman in the mini van was life flighted to the hospital. police tell us several shots were fired from a car. no suspect information has been released. one man has potentially life
threatening injuries after a shooting in san jose. that happened just after 8:00 last night just off cadillac drive. officers found one man suffering from at least one gunshot wind. morgan hill winery has hosted a fun raise to find sierra lamar. proceeds from last nights event will go toward the sierra lamar fund. she disappeared while on her way to school. uc berkeley has run out of patience with protestors occupying a land in oakley. that ten acre property is used for agricultural research but protestors claim the university plans to convert that land to
commercial use. negotiations stalled and they are asking the group to voluntarily leave. they have been planting vegetables and hope the land will be preserve for sustainable agricultural. the city of oakland has until tomorrow to submit a plan to investigate alleged police abuses. more than 1,000 misconduct complaints have been made against officers. one officer fired a bean bag round that injured a former soldier. if you liked what you saw yesterday i have a feeling people will like what they will see today. >> yes we have the trend that will continue all the way until about tuesday. if you like the sunshine the warm weather it's here to stay. at least for a few more days. we have numbers already climbing in some cases. giving you a look at the golden
sunshine. no worries there. the winds still blowing in some cases over the hills. areas right around fair feel and vacaville, antioch and brentwood reporting light winds. . for the most part around the bay area upper 40s and low 50s. the wind is blowing. you have low 60s already at this time. 49 in oakland and san francisco. 52 san jose. 49 degrees in livermore. 61-degrees in napa right now. that is almost 10-12 degrees warmer than where we started 24 hours ago. the winds a northerly breeze five miles an hour santa rosa. anywhere 5-12 reported at napa. a little gusty here at times. we have a south westerly breeze out of sfo. calm in san jose. and the winds over the hills gusting pretty good.
mt. diablo 30 miles an hour. those down sloping winds will continue in the warming for today. we are looking at 70s for the coast. 70s around the bay and 80s inland. once again i showed you anywhere from 3-6 degrees warmer and some of us 7-8 degrees warmer than yesterday. low 80s san rafael. 76 at alameda. for the afternoon 79 oakland. 85 expected in antioch. mid 80s morgan hill. 81 degrees for santa clara. and 70s right there banked along the coastline. 70-degrees expected this afternoon. the seven-day forecast shows you the continued warming trend. notice the inland areas. maybe a few low 90s by then.
the coast will see the slight cool down. it will trickle in by wednesday. and thursday mostly sunny skies. low 80s in the forecast. mid 60s for the coast. sunday streets happening this weekend. we'll take a look at what you can expect. your time is 7:0. what was supposed to last a couple hours turned into a 13 hour ordeal. what the men refused to do when they wept before a judge. >> drawing a line between teachers and students on facebook. the push to put restrictions on how they are communicating between social media. >> this is the traffic on 101. a nevada police cruiser hit a wine barrel. this is in the southbound direction. highway patrol is now responding. it's 7:09 this is mornings on 2. it's all over! no! it's not over yet! sofas that can take anything life throws at them.
good morning, to you. live from our roof camera here toward the city there. sunny and warm weather on the way for your sunday. we have new video of a tornado that killed one person this morning in japan. as you can see that twister blew through this area near tokyo destroying dozens of homes. a 14-year-old boy was killed and about 30 others have been hurt. the tornado was mostly in residential areas and right now about 24,000 homes are without power. tornadoes are relatively rare in the tokyo area. five men charged with the september 11th terror attacks will return to court on june 12th. they disrupted yesterday's arraignment at guantanamo bay. a two hour hearing turned into a 13 hour ordeal. they refused to answer the judges questions. it wasn't until seven hours
they began reading the charges. hi jacking and nearly 3,000 counts of murder. one defense attorney says he's going to be challenging the military court. >> over time we will be challenging the legality and credibility of the military structure as a whole. >> they were supposed to enter pleas but they put them off to a different date. others watched via closed circuit television. >> they don't like americans that's all. >> one stopped the procedures by praying. he would get up and pray. >> yeah. >> legal experts predict the start of a trial is is still at least one year away. a service member has been killed in eastern afghanistan. a bomb was responsible. details of that attack and nationality of that soldier have not been released yet.
six coalition members have died in afghanistan so far this month. aaron a-- president obama went to kabul last tuesday and signed an agreement with is karzai. iran says that will increase instability in the region. the military and psychiatrist want to change the name of post track mat stress disorder. ptsd refers to intense and crippling symptoms associated with a traumatic event such as combat. a group of doctors is going to meet in philadelphia tomorrow to discuss that name change. a new report shows california spent nearly $2 million taxpayer dollars on legal costs in the last two
executions. the debate over the cost spiked a rare debate. they will vote whether or not to replace capital punishment with life in prison without parole. executing the 724 people on california's death row would likely exceed $700 million in legal fees. 9:cost taxpayers nearly $1 million in appeals in the 2005 execution of stanley williams and more than $761,000 for clarence allen. they say there are ways to limit cause but the state should not put a price on justice. one man is dead after collapsing on a popular east bay hiking trail. he was found around 8:30 yesterday morning in mission peek regional reserve. they believe the man may have had a heart attack while hiking with his wife. workers at a pleasanton
recycling center made a surprising discovery. a native american skull was found on a conveyor belt. they found the skull on friday as they sorted through recyclables. they determine it was native american so police turned the investigation over to the nay tiff american society which does have jurisdiction over all matters. los angeles police are searching for a missing my view stood -- movie stew owe executive. his family said they knew something was wrong when smith failed to pick up his son the next morning. the money says there were no signs of any problems that may have led to smith's disappearance. the fbi is searching for a missing woman and her dare
daughters. misweekend they found two bodies in a mississippi home associated with the suspect. the identities of the bodies have not been released. they describe the suspect a family friend of the victims and still trying to determine if joann bayne went with him willingly. six-year-old isabel hasn't been seen for more than two weeks. the flight team performed the song bring her home. they were contacted to mix and master the home. that cd is being sold for $3 online. a school hit with tragedy this year says it now has a reason to celebrate this weekend. chardon high school until ohio won a prom contest that was organized by a radio station.
the school won $5,000 to make their prom an unforgettable event at the rock and roll hall of fame. it was back in february when the school was the site of a shooting. >> we just need to show them how strong we have became since everything happened. chardon has been such a close community and it's mind blowing just seeing all the love. >> in addition to the $5,000 the school won from the radio station, donors helped to raise the value of that prize to about $150,000. some schools and states are setting boundaries between students and teachers on social media websites. earlier this year a livermore teacher was arrested and charged with having sex with a student. after that it showed the two
communicated through social mya-- media. >> oftentimes these communications hidden communications start with something that is perfectly appropriate. but then it evolves because it's hidden into inappropriate relationships that have cause many teachers to lose their jobs and students and their families much heart ache. >> the state of missouri now requires districts to develop social media guidelines. many want to began teacher and students from privately messaging all together. some are worried that banning private messages could discourage valid questions and responses. a verdict could come between two bay area high-tech violence. oracle said google stole technology for its popular android smart phone. google denies that claim.
on friday the jury said it reached a partial verdict but was still divided on one undisclosed issue. new orleans woman is suing southwest airlines for larger passengers. it requires passengers to buy a second seat if they can't fit between the armrest. a southwest gate agent told her she was too fat to fly. she is suing because she wants the airline to clarify their policies for larger passengers. your time now is 7:20 a lot of people have allergies but one boy says he is allergic to the cold. >> the main stadium in london opens its doors to the public. >> day-time highs are expected to sore well above average once again. 3q
mexico celebrated cinco de mayo. there was also a parade through city streets. final preparations are under way in great britain ahead of the london summer olympics. the main stadium opened to the public for the first time yesterday. 75,000 people showed up to watch the final test before the games. organizers used this opportunity to check things like security and ticketing and get some feed back. >> it's is a thing we would always take very seriously of course is the feedback from the athletes because they are the most important group of people have to deliver for. >> the ron dan summer olympics run from july 27th to august
12th. tonight the san francisco department of public works will begin an intense cleaning of the tunnel. there will be lane closures and traffic details until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. the cleaning and closures will continue every night through friday. crews will use a special lift to scrub the tunnels ceilings and walls. they will kick off a four month pilot expansion of that popular program. a 2.2-mile route will be dedicated to car free activities from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.. they will closed allock long with 24th. the expanded programs. >> mid 70s possibly in san francisco this sunday. >> yes it will be a gorgeous day out there. backyard barbecues. we have the giants playing tea. giving you live look from san francisco toward the bay.
mostly clear skies. a little bit of haze. mention it earlier air quality no problem. good to moderate. let's take a look at the sunday street forecast between 11:00 and 4:00. 66 degrees at 11:00. warming to 75 in the afternoon with mostly sunny skies and winds between 5-15 miles an hour. sunny and even warmer for today. 85 degrees expected santa rosa. 84 in napa. mid 80s concord. 84 in livermore. low 80s san jose. mountain view looking at 80 degrees. 70s along the coast with mostly sunny skies. maybe it will be a beach day giving you a look at the extended forecast there. even a tad warmer especially for the inland areas come monday and tuesday. then we begin a cooling trend. for the inland spots may not notice it until tuesday. tuesday the on shore flows continue. the cooling trend wednesday and thursday. it doesn't look long-term
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>> the officer was brought here early this morning. the officer was chasing a suspect because he had witnessed an on view crime in progress near 92nd and birch. during the chase the suspect hit the officer. the officer returned fire hitting the suspect. both were rushed to the hospital. the officers condition is stable we are still working to confirm the suspects condition. we have also been told police believe the suspects weapon was recovered at the scene. police chief howard jordan aryed at highland hospital shortly after wanting to visit with his injured officer. he is not commenting on the shoot examining we are -- on
the shooting. we are still waiting to get more information. officers killed in the line of duty will be held tonight. da poo was shot and killed by a bank robbery suspect back in november. ten california law enforcements were killed last year. the sis went was in front of a home around 2:30 yesterday afternoon when he was shot and killed. earlier reports indicate it was a drive by shooting. police have not identified the victim but say he was in his mid 20s. officers have not released any information about a suspect. east palo alto police have collected 2700 guns. they dropped off their firearms and police paid $100 for each gun turned in.
>> you can bring as many guns as you want. we had a gentleman bring in 20 old guns. so he's going to walk away with $2,000. we get anything from pistols to rifles to shotguns. >> plisses two anonymous donors -- police say two anonymous donors put up $15 torque to fund the buy back. a 15-year-old pleasanton boy is in critical condition after he was injured helping his father move a large piece of mechanical equipment. the accident happened on bolder court near valley avenue yesterday morning. the teenager was using a tractor remove items when heavy equipment fell on him. he was transported to a hospital in castro valley. federal investigators say a number of factors led to the deaths of two san francisco firefighters. 48-year-old lieutenant vincent
perez and 53-year-old firefighter valerio died june 2nd when they were overcome by intense heat. the manners should have made sure the crew was safe after radio communications were not initially returned. the architecture of the home also played a role according to that report. earlier state investigations cited the city for four safety violations. a man is dead after being flown into the american river. it happened yesterday near mineral camp grown. the man was rafting with a group when he hit fast moving rapids. the man was able to get back into the raft after being thrown out. >> he got back into the raft and was trying to help his fellow rafters in. he maybe saved a life or two in the process.
>> bystanders pulled the man from the river and attempted cpr. coast guard will be on alert after a string of water rescues. many kite surfers are taking advantage of this weekends wonderful weather. some of them got stuck out on the bay when the winds died down in the late afternoon. between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 yesterday. the coast guard said it responded to nine rescue calls. they sent out a 40-foot rescue boat and requested assistance from the coast guard. >> they were pushing out to sea at four knots. that is pretty significant for these guys. once they are down it starts to get weird and they lose focus. >> none of the kite surfers were hurt and the coast guard recommend that all of them wear wet suits. san francisco will vote on two measures. first one proposition a will bring changes to the garbage
collection service. it would split it into five sections and require competing bidders for each of those contracts. it would also give board of supervisors the right to set garbage rates. they have been the only city license contractor for the past 80 years the company says prop a would make collection more complicated earn would not guarantee lower rates. the second item on that ballot deals with coit tower. that could mean trouble for the cash strapped parks department. east bay city is trying to lure film maker george lucas and vision of a new studio. lucas film pulled the plug to build on grady ranch. now the mayor of walnut creek that his city strong economy transit and housing would make a good fit for lucas film.
walnut creek is proposing -- new report suggests students frustrated with california business school is going to other places. the report finds that california enrollment at the university of oregon has quadrupled in the last decade. if the moon looked bigger and brighter last night it wasn't your imagination. that was super moon. the moon appeared to be 14% larger and brighter than usual. some people did go to the science center in oakland to see it up close. >> moon orbits around the earth in a path that is not a circle but an ellipse. >> the last time we had a super
moon was last march. >> that moon looked great when i was driving to work at 4:00 a.m.. the moon was right above the bay and glistening on the watt -- water. >> we have sunny skies from the coast to the valley. we are looking at wall to wall sunshine. that marine layer not in sight. giving ewe live look at the gold -- giving you a live look at the golden gate. watching the camera shake. we've got some wind in the hills. in fact it's howling pretty good. mt. diablo and east bay hills reporting strong gusts. at the surface not so much. 62 in fairfield. 61 napa. 61 santa rosa. getting out early maybe to the farmers market you may notice this. 53 in oakland. 52 in hayward. upper 40s and low 50s around
the peninsula. there are a couple areas that report a gust from time to time. fair feel and vacaville reporting anywhere from 20-25. look at the rest of us. anywhere from 3 to five tossen miles an hour. brentwood had very gusty conditions but it has calmed down. warmer than yesterday. we are looking at 60s but mostly 70s at the coast. 70s around the bay and 70s to 80s for our inland areas. wednesday generally around the same. that breeze in the afternoon feels pretty good if you've got it. 82 degrees like petaluma. 85 santa rosa. 82 san rafael. mid 70s sausalito. 80 caster valley. 83 for danville and low 80s to mid 80s livermore. 82 san jose. 81 santa clara.
cupertino right around 81. 78 for santa cruz. san mateo mid 70s in the city. the extended forecast we have temperatures that continue to climb. especially inland. we will be pushing near 90 degrees by tuesday. for inland spots that will be the warmest day. on the coast we fall back. 68 for the coast on tuesday and 66 on wednesday. we will begin a better cooling trend for the bay area come wednesday. if you are out to see the giants, i'll have your forecast coming up. >> thanks. winning lot toe ticket is the source of a huge family feud between a bakersfield mother and her son. 76-year-old etta may claims will her son cheated her out of a $50 million jackpot. she was so nervous when she won the prize last year she asked her son to sign her name to endorse the ticket. after signing for the check the
man allegedly put the money into different accounts his mother cannot access. her attorney has called it elder abuse and has gone to court. >> when someone is older and rely on others to help them with their finances there is a degree of trust. often there is a lack of sophistication on the part of the people that are older. >> she claims her son used the money to buy four homes and ten cars. the case heads to court later this month. time is 7:40. as the feel for the presidential election narrows another candidate throws his hat into the race. who he is is and what he stands for. plus. >> a very realistic eparation f area disaster. >> let's get a check on the
good morning, to you. a live look at the blue skies over the san rafael area. 57 degrees in san rafael. >> early bird voters in california can start casting ballots as soon as tomorrow. county election departments across the state will begin sending out june 5th ballots. absentee voters can mail or drop them off in specific locations or vote in person at
election offices. the last day to request a vote by mail ballot is may 29th. on the campaign trail president obama will be in los angeles and reno later this week. the president kicked off his reliction cam -- reelection campaign with rallies in two battleground states. ohio and virginia. while he accused republicans of helping the wealthy he also talked about achievements overseas. >> for the first time in nine years, there are no americans fighting in iraq. [ cheering and applause ] osama bin laden is no longer a threat to this country. >> the president was joined by first lady michelle obama. she praised her husband for
sticking to his ideals. >> we are here because of the values we believe in. we are here because of the vision for this country that we all share. >> about 14,000 people attended that rally at ohio state university. >> while republican presidential candidate mitt romney is taking the weekend off volunteers are keeping his names in the headline in ohio. students have set up a mobile call center. they have phoned hundreds of people yesterday in support of the gop nominee. many of their friends graduated from college but have had trouble finding a job the past year. and supporters of presidential candidate ron paul are not giving up. they packed into the gop convention in sparks. paul reminded supporters the race is not over and while mitt romney was not there one of his
sons was. and from there is a third party presidential candidate. the libertarian party has tapped former new mexico governor gary johnson. he won the majority of delegates at his national convention in las vegas. he promises to be a viable alternative. he is pushing to end foreign military commitments and lower unemployment. french voters are heading to the poll today to choose their next president. so far voter turnout is slightly lower than the presidential election five years ago. today's runoff puts czar koa psi against -- the french president has a five-year term. greece is also holding a critical election today. opinion polls show voters are angry about the debt crisis and will punish the countries two major parties. neither is expected to receive enough votes to form a
government. san diego chargers will host a public organization -- it's ask yuled for friday. guest speakers will share stories and memories of seau. they expect quite a large crowd. police say seau was 43 years old when he died wednesday. there is more controversy this morning involving a the charity behind the kony 2012 video. the children charity neighbors are complaining about too much noise coming from the house. they say it's constantly filled with volunteers throughout the day and night. the charity gained world-wide attention for posting a video about an african war lord. a group of muslims will head to sacramento tomorrow for immigrant rights. they will meet with legislatures to discuss such
things as civil liberties. some world war ii veterans are being honored for their historic mission that has a bay area connection. they were honored at the uss hornet in alameda yesterday. a ceremony marked the 70th anniversary of the raid in tokyo. e wards sailor is one of three surviving members of the race. >> i'm glad it turned out the way it did. we were able to help in that manner. >> many historians consider the doolittle race to be a turning point of the world. z a group of responders want to make sure they are ready when the next big earthquake hits the bay area. bay area medical reserve core units held a disaster exercise at the oakland coliseum. volunteers were made up with severe injuries that they might
suffer in a severe quake. hands on practice is the best way to prepare for an actual disaster. >> in california some folks like to refer to us as disaster disney land. we talk about our four seasons. so yes we absolutely know we must be prepared. >> about 200 people participated in the exercise if you would like to learn how you can volunteer to help. 75 years after the golden gate bridge opened to traffic the bridge is about ready to open to tours. hundreds of pelicans turn up dead at the coast of peru. why this is the second alarming situation in the same area. >> afternoon highs will sore once again. just how much warmer we expect to be this afternoon coming up.
peru's government has declared a health alert and urging people to stay away from long stretches of beach. that is because at least 1200 birds mostly pelicans have washed up dead in recent weeks. an estimated 800 dolphins died in that same area in recent months. there was a mass die off of pelicans in 1997. brittic woman who was mauled by cheetahs says she is on the mend. she was posing with those captive cheetahs at a game reserve last weekend. look at this photo taken by her husband. taken as the big cats moved toward her she was trying to step in to help a child and suffered bites to her head, scalp, stomach, and leg. she thinks the cats were being playful not vicious. there will be special bridge tours starting tuesday through the end of october.
the bridge is celebrating its 75th anniversary. the tour capacity is limited with 40 people during the day and 50 for evening visits. the new 3500 square foot bridge pavilion will open on tuesday. it will include a museum store. california's highest mountain pass is set to open tomorrow. they will be cleared by noon to allow visitors to enter through the parks east gate. after a winner of light snow the road will open -- after a winter of light snow the road will open. the mountain pass is nearly 10,000 feet high. the avengers is smashing records at the box office. the movie is expected to be number one with an estimated
$175 million during the opening weekend. world-wide ticket sales are expected to be more than $500 million. think like a man is expected to be second this weekend with $76 million in ticket sales. and the hunger games is expected to come in third. he has four northbound a title and new shaquille oh neil has -- o'niell has a new title to be proud of. doctor. o'niell received his ph.d in education yesterday. the 7'1" shaq kneeled so the light blue hood could be placed around his neck there. then he picked up the man that placed it there. he earned a 3.8 gpa. >> i thought it was the right thing to do for my children and everyone's children. so kids if you are listening to me now, parents do know best. listen to your parents respect your parents. >> and o'niell says he's not done learning yet and said he
may two to law school next. the giants will look for momentum to take into their upcoming road trip. yesterday against the milwaukee brewers it was pitcher bumgarner helping. next inning buster pose city goes up the middle. there he goes. and gives the giant as one-run lead. brett followed that up with a double. and posy in comes in to follow all the way to first. petaluma johnny against was the hero. he goes deep in the top of the 12th for his fifth home run of the season. grant would get a double playgrounder to get the save and win. 138th kentucky derby ended in exciting fashion with a come from behind win.
>> i'll have another from the outside is closing in. i'll have another has won the kentucky derby. >> i'll have another and jockey mario became the first to win. i'll have another went off at 15-1 and paid $3260 for a $2 bet. >> all right we're talking about baseball. and we're talking about little league day at the giants park. i know some are heading out there. rosemary will be out there all day long. it looks like they have great weather if for that. >> they do. make sure they bring the sunglasses. we are looking at again plentiful sunshine for today. numbers will be warming above yesterday by several degrees. outside our doors a live look at the city and the blue skies
overhead. air quality good to moderate. hopefully the giants will be on a role because we are on a role with this warm weather. we have mostly sunny skies at game time. warm conditions expected for today. the breeze will pick up at anywhere from 5-10-15 miles an hour. very similar to yesterday with these breezes. we have winds in the hills this morning. those are expected to die down. as they descend they will continue to warm our air mass. 85 degrees for santa rosa. 84 in napa. low 80s san rafael. upper 70s in san mateo. down into the south bay 82 san jose. 85 morgan hill. inland east bay mid 80s expected for antioch. livermore checking in at 84. wide-spread 70s for the coast. a few 60s out there. for the most part we are talking half-moon bay pacifica. there is your extended
forecast. notice that warming trend continuing monday into tuesday. along the coast marine layer will begin to reform by tuesday looking at a gradual cool down. on tuesday the inland spots not going to feel it just yet. it takes until wednesday we will feel that cool down all around the bay. we will hold that for thursday. oakland police officer shot by a suspect overnight. the details we learning this morning about what led up to an exchange of gunfire. >> one woman is dead and another hurt after a head on crash. you're going down! it's all over! no! it's not over yet! sofas that can take anything life throws at them.
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our sunny, dry, warm conditions strengthening for today. warmup expect anywhere from 3-5- 7 degrees. mid 80s expected for our inland areas. 70s for the coast. we will break this down and show you what you can expect. oakland police officer is shot by a suspect overnight. it happened just after midnight in east oakland. car a liu is live. >> we are tole the officers condition is stable we are told the officers conditionthe officer witnessed a crime in process and started chasing the suspect. during that foot chase the suspect opened fire hitting the officer in the lower body. the officer returned fire hitting the suspect. the officer is expected to
survive his injuries. we are working to confirm the suspects condition right now. but so far police do tell us the suspects weapon was recovered at the scene. we are trying to get more details from the oakland police department. they have dozens of officers working the investigation. answer we get anymore new details we will pass them along to you. for now we are live in oakland cara liu. the highway patrol is investigating whether alcohol 'cuz involved in a fatal crash. highway patrol sergeant tells us a honda civic and mini van collided head on. a woman died in the honda at the scene. the woman driving the van was flown to the hospital and in critical condition. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. san jose police say this years zip koa demyocele braces -- cinco de mayo celebrations were relatively peaceful.
officers stepped up patrols and tactics. one restaurant owner appreciated the extra security. >> there is a lot of people around here. a lot of security. >> police say their main goal was to stop any problems before they started. probation officers members of the antigang unit and officers with the highway patrol were out to make sure things stayed peaceful. police were also out in several other cities making sure drivers were sober behind the wheel. san francisco police set up this dui check point. officers were looking for anyone driving under the influence or driving without a license. >> ity it's easy to play into a lot of the advertisements and pipe hyperof different holidays throughout the year. but if you are acting responsiblely and drinking responsiblely to make sure people are not putting themselves at risk.
>> and there were also other check points around the bay area. those wrapped up earlier this morning. san francisco police are investigating a drive by shooting that injured one man. it happened around 10:15 last night. police tell us several shots were fired from a car. one person was hit and he is? stable condition this morning. no suspect information has been released. one man has potentially life threatening injuries after shooting in san jose. it happened just after 8:00 last fight. officers found one man suffering from add least one gunshot wound. no one has been arrested and that motive is still under investigation. uc berkeley has run out of patience with protestors occupying a school owned land in albany. they occupied the farm and took over the area. the ten acre property is used for agricultural research but protestors claim the university plans to convert the land to commercial use.
negotiations stalled and uc officials are asking the group to voluntarily leave. the occupiers have been planting vegetables and hope the land will be preserved for sustainable agricultural. the city of oakland has until tomorrow to submit a plan to investigate alleged police abuses during last years occupy protest. more than 1,000 misconduct complaints have been made against officers. a swat officer allegedly fired a bean bag round that critically injured former marine rom sop. the city agreed to complete internal affairs investigations within six months. oakland plans to hire outside contractor to look into occupy complaints. a morgan hill winery hosted a fundraiser this weekend to help find missing teenager sierra lamar. they organized the fundraiser at the winery. proceeds from last nights events will go to the search fund. the 15-year-old morgan hill girl has not been seen since
late march. the five men charged with september 11th terror attacks will return to court on june 12th. they disrupted yesterday's arraignment at guantanamo bay. the two hour hearing turned into a 13 hour ordeal. they refused to answer the judges questions. it wasn't until seven hours into the proceedings prosecutors began reading the charges. they include hijacking and nearly 3,000 counts of murder. one attorney says he will be challenging the military courts. >> over time we will be challenging the legality and the construction as a whole. >> the five defendants were supposed to enter pleas but they put them off to a later date. relatives of 9/11 victims were chosen to watch that hearing in person while others watched via closed circuit television.
>> they don't like americans. that's all. >> one stopped the procedures by praying. he would get up and pray. >> just about a half hour ago the defense set a tentative trial deodate of may 23. the defense could drag on for years. good morning, to you. dry, warm weather remains anchored over the area for your sunday. a live look at the bridge. and the sun just glistening off that water there. take a look at that. isn't that a beautiful start out there? the numbers warmer than where we were yesterday at this hour. 57-degrees right now santa rosa. 56 in oakland. checking in right around 59 deyes in livermore. a cool start in oakland. this is the airport downtown. 58 in concord. 60-degrees in napa. heading outside this morning for the farmers market you've
got no troubles out there. we are a little breezy in the hills once again. in fact out right gusty in some cases. along the surface here where most of us reseed just a light breeze. calm at the airport. calm at san jose. through the delta fairfield and along the vacaville stretch if you are traveling i-80. the winds have been picking up gusting to near 20s. again it's above 1,000 feet where they are really, really blowing. 58 miles an hour reported in mt. dee aen low -- diablo. those descending winds continuing to dry us out, warm us up. and our numbers will be several degrees warmer than what we felt on saturday. 70s and 80s in the forecast for us. even areas like half-moon bay and pacifica sitting at 71 degrees.
82 san rafael. inland mid 80s for areas around clear lake. sonoma 84. off to the east bay where temperatures will warm into the upper 70s oakland san leandro, hayward. mid 80s antioch. 84 degrees for pleasanton. in the santa clara valley warm weather. moderate air quality. 84 expected in lost georgias to. as we get closer to the water 70s for areas around daly city. warming trend will continue for the inland spots. monday into tuesday we do have subtle changes taking place. on shore breeze will make its way back. not for the inland spots we could be pushing 90 degrees for some of our valley locations. and on wednesday we all begin to feel that turn around. i'll have your lunchtime
numbers coming up 37 the search continues for an arizona six-year-old missing for more than two weeks. hippusessic producers are -- how music producers are doing their part to help find her. >> how a radio station and generous donors helped chardon high school students have an unforgettable prom. >> first let's take you outside. this is traffic on the 280. as you can see things are moving along just fine. i want to take you over to contra costa county. there are highways 680 and everything moving in all directions. we checked with the chp no major problems to report on this sunday morning. it's 8:10. does your phone give you all day battery life ?
good morning, to you. a live look there at the jack london square farmers market getting under way. notice very calm conditions. those flags not blowing much at all. 53-degrees in downtown and at jack london. we are just learning this morning a body has been found at churchill downs. just a few barns away where the kentucky derby winner is being kept. police were called to the track just hours after the kentucky derby was run. the body is believed to be a man. at this point no other details are available. in japan one perp is dead and dozens more are hurt after a tornado hit there. we want to show you the video
of the damage left behind of a twister in tokyo. a 14-year-old boy was killed and 14 others were hurt. right now about 24,000 homes are without power. tornadoes are relatively rare in the tokyo area. fbi is searching for a missing tennessee woman and three daughters an arrest warrant has been issued for the man police believe abducted joann bayne and her daughters last month. they found two bodies in a mississippi home associated with the suspect. the identities of the bodies have not been released. police describe the suspect as a family friend of the victims. >> some music producers in oakland are doing their part to find a missing girl from arizona. six-year-old isabel cellas
hasn't been seen for weeks. the oring studio in oakland was contacted to mix and master the song. the cd is being old sonline for -- sold online for $3. los angeles police are searching for a missing music studio executive. gavin smith was last seen tuesday night. his family says they knew something was wrong when smith failed to pick up his son the next morning. he is a movie distributor for 20th century fox. and the company says there were no signs of any problems that may have led to his disappearance. one man is dead after collapsing on a hiking trail. he was found around 8:30 yesterday morning in the fremont hills. police say they believe the man may have had a heart attack while hiking with his wife.
workers a the a pleasanton recycling center made a surprising discovery a native american human skull. they found the skull on friday as they sorted recyclables on a conveyor belt. a anthropologist looked at the skull and turned it over to the native american law enforcement. changing the term post- traumatic stress disorder. the military want to replace disorder with injury. the hope is that will reduce the stigma for troops seeking treatment. ptsd is associated with a traumatic event such as combat.
iran announced its concern about a pack with united states. they are worried an alliance will keep americans in afghanistan for a long time. >> new report shows california spent nearly $2 million taxpayer dollars on legal cost during the last two excuses. the debate has sparked a rare political campaign in california. in november californians will vote whether or not to replace capital punishment with life until prison without parole. executing the 724 people on death row would exceed $700 million in legal fees. it cost taxpayers $1 million appeals in the 2005 execution of williams and $160,000 for allen. there are ways to limit costs
but the state should not put a price on justice. there is more controversy involving the charity behind the kony 2012 video. the invisible charity -- neighbors are complaining about too much noise coming from that house and it's constantly filled with volunteers throughout the day and night. that charity gained world-wide attention for posting a video about an african war lord. some schools and states are setting boundaries between students and teachers on social media websites. earlier this year a teacher was charged and having sex with a student. the two communicated through social media the school district changed its policy. with many teachers across the country using social media some are worried private messages could cross the line. >> often times these communications hidden communications start with something that is perfectly
appropriate. but then it evolves because it's hidden into inappropriate riches that have cause many teachers to lose their jobs and students an their families much heart ache. >> the city of missouri now requires districts to develop social media guidelines. many want to began teachers and students from private messaging each other all together. but they worry banning private messages could discourage valid questions and responses. students frustrated with california universities are going elsewhere. according to the sacramento bee unrollment is up out at several out of state universities california enrollment at utah has quadrupled. chardon high school won a
prom contest. they won $5,000 to make their prom a night to remember at the rock and high school hall of fame. six students were shot. three of them died. >> we need to show them how strong we really became ever since everything happened. chardon is such a close community and it's mind blowing just seeing you know all the love. >> in addition to the $5,000 the school won from the radio station, donors helped to raise the value of that prize to about $150,000. new orleans woman is suing southwest airlines over the policy for larger passengers. the policy requires passengers to buy a second seat if they can't fit between the armrests. southwest gate agent told her she was too fat to fly and needed to buy a second seat last year. she is suing because she wants the airline to clarify its policies for larger passengers. jury deliberations are set
to -- the reached a partial verdict but still divided on one issue. britain has launched an investigation after an olympic worker reportedly smuggled a fake bomb into london's olympic park. the device looked like a bomb was wired like a bomb and had a timer. he carried it through two check points without being searched by security. once inside the man took photos of the fake bomb next to the athletes village and inside the olympic stadium. final preparations are under way at that stadium in london. it opened for the first public yesterday. 75,000 people showed up to watch the test for the games. they used this to check things
like security. >> the thing we will always take very seriously of course is the feedback from the athletes because they are the most important group of people have to be deliver for. >> the london summer olympics run from july 27th to august 12th. it is an unusual allergy a boy in minnesota is allergic to the cold. how he deals with his condition. >> our warming trend continues around the bay area for today giving you a live look at the sunny skies from san francisco toward the bridge northerly breeze blowing. whether or not we will begin to see that warmup continue or whether we will see the cool down i'll let you know.
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minnesota boy is discovering he is allergic to the cold. he breaks out in hives, rashes and welts. the reaction happens whenever he comes in contact with anything colder than his own body temperature. they say his condition is not dangerous. mexico celebrated cinco de mayo in a big way this weekend. this year marks the 150th anniversary of the mexican army victory over france. there was also a parade through
city streets. today sunday streets event in san francisco mission district will kick off a four month pilot expansion of that program. 2.2-mile route will be dedicated to car free activities. the expanded program will help test whether frequent events on other routes will help. giants trying to wrap up a -- people inrabid wondering if we are going to hit the 90s out there. >> we may eventually. we will not do it today. it looks like by tuesday we could see. sorry about that confusing tease. i confused myself. let's take a look at what is happening. waking up with mostly sunny skies once again. most of us a few degrees warmer. the winds howling again in the hills and we have the breeze blowing in some cases through
areas like fairfield and vacaville. mid 50s to mid 60s. lunchtime numbers will be nice and warm. upper 60s to near 70s by the coast. and for the afternoon count on anywhere from 3-5-7 degrees of warming over yesterday's highs. 679 in oakland. 80 degrees fremont. mid 80s morgan hill. 75 today in the city. your extended forecast what i'm trying to say is we will warm it up before we cool it down. temperatures will continue to heat up especially inland. look at the coast a slight cool down there as the marine layer and on shore breeze makes a comeback. we are all feeling it. low 80s in the forecast inland wednesday and thursday. back to you. oakland police officer shot overnight. what led up to the exchange of gunfire with a suspect in east
welcome back to mornings on 2. we begin with overnight news. oakland police officer is in the hospital after being shot. >> that is right he was exchanging gunfire with a suspect at 92nd and birch street. cara liu is live where the officer was shot. >> reporter: police tell us he is in stable condition. and is expected to survive his injuries. now here's what we have learned so far. according to the initial police
log entry, the officer witnessed a crime in process and started chasing a suspect. during that foot chase the sus% opened fire hitting the officer in the lower body. the officer then returned fire hitting the suspect. we are still working to confirm the suspects condition but police tell us the suspects weapon was recovered at 9 scene. he was brought here to the hospital early this morning. police chief howard jordan showed up shortly after 1:00 to visit with his injured officer. police say they are very much working this investigation. they have a lot of folks working on it. we'll bring you any new details as soon as we get them. we are live in oakland cara liu. vallejo police officer james capoot and other officers killed in the line of duty will be honored today. a candle light vigil will be held at dusk. ten california law enforcement die the in the like of duty last year. tomorrow their names will be placed on the walls of
california peace officers. investigators say the victim was in front of a home on 87th avenue near a-street around 2:30 yesterday afternoon when he was shot and killed. earlier reports indicate it was a drive by shooting. he was in his mid 20s. officers have not released any suspect information. coast gar will be on alert after a strange of water rescues. many kite surfers are taking advantage of this wonderful weather but some of them got stuck when the winds died down in the late afternoon between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 the coast guard said it responded to nine rescue calls. the coast guard sent out a 47- foot rescue boat and requested assistance from the san francisco fire department. >> the current was at the maximum which was pushing out to sea at four knots. that is pretty significant. once they are down they start
to get weird on the body and they lose focus. >> none of the kite surfers were hurt and recommend all kite and wind surfers wear wet suits. a man is dead after being thrown into the american river. the 59-year-old man was rafting with the group when he hit fast moving rapids. -able to get back into the raft but -- he was able to get back into the raft but he hit another rapid. >> he was trying to help his fellow rafters. >> bystanders pulled that man from the river and attempted cpr but were unsuccessful. federal investigators say a number of factors led to the deaths of two san francisco firefighters. vincent perez and anthony valerio died when they were overcome by intense heat. the report by the national
institute of occupational safety and health seamanners should have made sure the crew was safe after radio communications were not initially returned. the architecture of the home played a role according to the report in earlier state investigations cited the city for four safety violations. a 15-year-old pleasanton boy is in critical condition after he help his father move a large piece of mechanical equipment. the accident happened on bolder court. police say the teenage ager and father were -- teenager and his father were removing equipment when something big fell on him. bay area medical reserve core units hill the disaster -- organizers say hands on practice is the best way to
prepare for an actual disaster. >> in also some folks like to refer to us as disaster disney land. they talk about the four seasons. so yes we understand we must be prepared. >> about 200 people participated in that exercise. if you would like to learn how to volunteer you can go to our website at ktvu.com and click on web links. east palo alto police collected 7200 guns. people dropped off firearms at the parking lot of city hall yesterday. police paid them $100 for each gun. >> we just had a gentleman bring in 20 old guns. he will walk away with $2,000. we get anything from pistols to rifles to shotguns. >> police say two anonymous donors put up $15,000 no hen fund the program. the department launched the
program back in 2009 after the accidental shooting death of a two-year-old boy by a 12-year- old that found a loaded rifle in a garage. a group of muslims will head to sacramento advocate human rights. muslims will meet with legislatures to discuss issues such as civil liberties. east bay city is trying to lure film maker george lewis and vision of a new studio. lucas film pulled the plug to build on grady large and now the mayor of walnut creek tells the cover track costa ever times says the -- it would make ate good fit. walnut creek is proposing shade land as a possible location. if the moon look the bigger and brighter last night it was not just your imagination it was a super moon. meaning the moon appear to be
13% larger. it happens when the moon reaches the closest possible point. some people went to the space and science center in oakland to see it up close. >> moonier sits around in a pass that is not a circle but sometimes an eclipse. >> the last time we saw the super moon was last march. good morning, to you. a live look at downtown oakland there in the distance this camera from emeryville. you can see the blue skies overhead. several degrees warm never some cases than where we started yesterday. ridge of high pressure continuing to strengthen today. that will continue to bring us the warmer air mask. we have the breeze still blowing. so 3-7-degrees. warmer than where we were yesterday. winds will be back to 10-15 miles an hour in some cases.
breezy in the hills. areas like fairfield and west side of the central valley. antioch seeing some of that breeze. most of us dealing with light winds and calm conditions. 56 in fairfield. eight o'clock in napa. -- 68 in napa. so where we are calm this morning you can see the difference still actually lingering in the 50s. 53 in oakland about the same as yesterday. 54 san francisco. upper 40s and low 50s along the peninsula. the wednesday generally light in the area. i have to take a look where they are really pushing hard. breezy in the hills. for most of us we are wondering what are you talking about? so that will continue they will die down a little later today. most of us not feeling those gusts. again it's aiding in our warmup.
take a look at what we can expect for the afternoon. 82 petaluma. mid 80s santa rosa. a gorgeous day by the water. 79 for the east bay oakland. 78 san leandro. 83 expected for danville. 81 santa clara. 78 degrees under mostly sunny skies. 76 san bruno. low 80s redwood city. the extended forecast the warming trend will continue monday into fuse. we begin to see subtle changes on tuesday. we are expecting the on shore breeze to slowly work its way back. that means the coast will see a slight cooling. we could continue to see a warmup over the inland spots. wednesday and thursday we will see that cool down around the bay. tonight the san francisco department of public works will begin an intense cleaning of the broadway tunnel. that is broadway between powell and hide streets.
there will be lane closures in place between 9:30 tonight until 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. the cleaning and closures will continue every night until friday. crews use a special lift and equipment to scrub the tunnels ceiling and walls. a family feud over a winning lottery ticket worth $50 million. the court battle under way now. >> first here's a live look outside at traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. things are moving smoothly. we do want to alert you about problems up in the north bay. there was affair thatty there- year-old. gent. that's about 150,000 a month -
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good morning, to you. a live look at at & t park. mostly sunny skies and nice weather for game times at 7:05. go giants. nato service member has been killed in eastern afghanistan. nato says a bomb was responsible. details of the attack and the nationality of the soldier have not been released. six coalition members have died in afghanistan so far this month. >> on friday football fans will have a chance to bid farewell
to nfl legend junior seau. the chargers will hold a public ceremony to honor his life. san diego county medical examiner ruled that seau died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his chest. we have new information now on that body found near the kentucky derby racetrack. police confirm this is a homicide. the body of the man was found a few barns away from yes' kentucky derby winner where that winner was kept. the identity of the victim has not been released. president obama has officially launched his reelection campaign. he will hold events in los angeles and reno this week. ed henry shows us how the president and mitt romney are putting the focus on the
economy. >> reporter: calling presumptive president obama together along with the first lady kicking off his 2012 reelection campaign. >> this isn't just another election this is a make or break moment for the middle class. >> reporter: the economy is taking center stage as the general election heats up. >> this is a sad time in america where people want work can't find jobs. >> reporter: a new labor department said only 115,000 jobs were added in april. >> usually the worst the resection the steeper the recovery. and so what we need is a president that can get in there and create more jobs. >> reporter: they released this yes -- inositissing the country is not better off. making his case in columbus, ohio the president said he's the best choice for the nation's working class and took
a swing at romney. >> i don't care how many ways you explain it. corporations are not people. people are people. >> and that was ed henry reporting. mitt romney is taking the weekend off from campaigning. volunteers are keeping his name in the headlines in ohio. students have set up a mobile car unit. they phoned hundreds of people yesterday. and they say many of their friends graduated from college but have had trouble finding a job over the past year. supporters of presidential candidate ron paul are not giving up. they packed a nevada gop convention. he reminded supporters the race is not -- josh romney urged republicans to defeat president obama. there is a third party presidential candidate. he won the majority of
delegates at its national convention in las vegas. in his acceptance speech he promised to be a viable alternative. he is pushing to end military commitments. >> early bird voters in california can start casting ballots as soon as tomorrow. ballots across the state will send out june 5th ballots. they can drop them off in specific locations or vote in person at election offices. last day to request q a vote is tuesday may 29th. nearly half of those that cast ballots voted absentee. the first one proposition a would bring changes to the cities garbage collection service. it would split collections into five sections and require competing bidding for each of the contracts. it would also give board of
supervisors to set -- the company says prop a would make collection more complicated and not guarantee lower rates. the second item on that ballot proposition b deals with coit tower. this nonbinding policy would limit public events at the historic site. critics say this could mean trouble for the cities cash strapped parks department. french voters are heading to the polls to cause their next president. the media announced that voter turnout is over 70%. it was lagging behind the presidential election five years ago. today's run off election hits incumbent nicholas sarkozy. greece is also holding a critical election today.
opinion polls show voters are angry about the debt crisis and will punish the parties two major parties. neither is expect to receive enough votes. a winning lottery ticket is the source of a huge family feud between a bakersfield mother and her son. 76-year-old etta may says her son cheated her out of a $50 million jackpot. she said she was so nervous when she won the prize she asked her son to sign her name. after seeing for the check he was asked to put it into ditch accounts. >> when someone is older and rely on others to help them with their finances, there is a degree of trust. often there is a lack of
sophistication on the part of people who are older. >> he claims her son used the money to buy four homes and ten cars. he has four nba titles and now shaquille o'niell has a new title to be proud of. doctor. o'niell received his ph.d in education yesterday. 7'1" shaq kneeled so that light blue robe could be placed on his neck. o'niell earned a 3.8 gpa. >> i thought it was the right thing to do for my children. for everyone's children. i thought it was the right thing to do for society. kids if you are listening to me now, parents do know best. listen to your parents. >> o'niell says he's not done learning yet he may go to law school next year. some world war ii veterans
are being honored for their historic mission. surviving members were honored at the uss hornet yesterday. the ceremony marked the 70th anniversary of the world war ii aerial raid. the raid was named after james doolittle that led the mission. >> i'm glad it turned out the way it did and we were able to help. >> many historians consider the doolittle raids to be a turning point of the war. within the last 15 minutes we have received numbers from san jose police at arrests made at last nights cinco de mayo celebrations. >> people in peru are being warned to stay away from the beach. the mass bird deaths under investigation. >> our bay area heatup continues for your sunday. coming up the numbers expected for your neighborhood. i'm really going to miss you.
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we are learning more this morning about the arrest maturing san jose cinco de mayo celebrations. officers said they made 30 arrests. they issued 76 citations and 12 minors were taken into custody for curfew violations. despite the arrest police tell us there were no major incidents overnight. peru's government has declared a health alert and urging people to stay away from
long stretches of beach. at least 1200 birds mostly pelicans have washed up dead in recent weeks. estimated 800 dolphins died in that same area. there was a -- that was blamed on a lack of feeder anchovies. a british woman seen here smiling was mauled by cheetahs moments later. she was vacationing in south africa and now she says she is on the mend. she was posing with those cheetahs at a game reserve. you can see there as she is on the ground with blood coming from her neck. these photos were taken by her husband. she was attacked when the big cats moved in when she moved toward the child to take the child out of the cats way. she suffered bites to the head, scalp, stomach, and leg. >> interesting her husband was taking pictures while his wife was -- any way.
yesterday against the brewers it was pitcher bumgarner helping his own cause with an rbi double to left that tied the game in the fifth inning. next inning posy goes right up the middle. brett followed that with a double. posy comes in to score all the way from first. bumgarner gets his fifth straight victory. the oakland a's needed their -- johnny gomes was the hero. give the a's a one-run lead. grant would get the double playgrounder in the bottom half of the 12th. get the save. a's win 4-3. the 138th kentucky derby ended in exciting fashion with a come from behind win. >> on the outside.
i'll have another has won the kentucky derby. >> i'll have another and jockey mario gutierrez became the first rider to win the jersey in the number post position. the avengers is smashing records at the box office. the movie is expected to be number one with an estimated $200 million during the opening weekend. that would make it the first movie ever to haul in $200 million in a single weekend. >> i would leak to see that movie maybe not a great day to go into a theater. stay outside and enjoy the great weather that rosemary is delivering. >> if you don't like it sunny and warm maybe a movie is for you today. bring along the shades and sun block we have plenty of sunshine in store. we'll continue with this warming trend and this will translate from anywhere 3-5
degrees warming at the bay today. you can expect that for your area. the winds strong in the hills this morning. and generally light around the area. this warming trend will continue. by tuesday though along the coast we begin to feel the on shore breeze. slightly cooler on the coast. >> it's going to be perfect. >> i like the hot weather. thanks. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we are ending at 9:00 to bring you the nascar race from talladega speedway. >> we are always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thank you for joining us.