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we are live in berkeley where a train collides with a pickup truck. could a case of bad parking be to blame? >> right now the search is on for a hit and run driver in oakland. what we have learn about the victims and one of the cars involved in that crash. >> uc berkeley wants occupy the farm protestors off this land but it doesn't look like they are going anywhere. why protestors think a raid might be coming soon. >> mitt romney on the hot seat over high school pranks.
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the very serious claims leveled against him that has parents looking for answers. good morning, to you. welcome to a brand new day and it's friday, may 11th i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. let's check in with steve paulson. good to go to the beach or picnic on sunday? >> well not sunday. there may be fog coming back by sunday. today looks good. it will be clear skies and smooth sailing here. temperatures warming up 70s, 80s to near 90 degrees inland. now to sal. all right, steve we are looking at the bart station here in san francisco. 24th street mission station earlier it was shut down for about 45 minutes or so because of a police investigation. but now it has reopened and you can go down to 24th street and
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catch a train there. you can also go to 16th street and glen park is what people were doing as well. now you can just come down here. that could be inconvenient for those that don't have a car. you don't have to do that now. bart trains by the way i got off the phone with bart central. let's move along and take a look at the golden gate bridge. traffic here looks good on both directions. some of the clouds and fog we saw earlier have moved away. 6:01 let's go back to the desk. we begin with breaking news from the east bay. a crash involving a passenger train and a pickup truck ktvu tara moriarty joins us now from berkeley with how this accident is effecting the morning commute. tara. >> reporter: union railroad workers were able to back this train up off of the pickup truck. it sort of ridden up on top of the back of it. right now it looks like they drove that truck off and it appeared really not to have
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scratch. if we take a look at the video we can show you exactly how the train smashed up on top of the pickup truck and reportedly workers at a steel plant like to park here. they parked a little too close to the tracks. we're at the union pacific railroad track that runs parallel to interstate 80. the accident happened just after 5:00. we believe that there were passengers on board but from our advantage point we can't see inside. as far as we know the passengers are still on the train. hopefully these folks will be able to get on their way pretty soon. we are noticing they are still talking. there is engineers, people with pacific railroad trying to figure out what will happen next. there is also berkeley police here on the scene. again the truck just drove off minutes ago without a scratch.
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and it appears that no one was hurt. still need to work out the details with berkeley police. we will be talking with them. live from berkeley i'm tara moriarty. in overnight news two children are among the three family members injured in a hit and run crash in oakland. that happened shortly after 4:00 this morning at 98th and mccarthur. the two girls are 10 and 12 years old. the children along with their mother suffered minor injuries. police are still looking for a driver in a stolen car that raced away from the scene. 6:04. we are following more overnight news from oakland. a very tense standoff has ended with a grim discovery. now just hours ago we found out the gunman took his own life. the stand off started at 10:00 last night when a man barricaded himself. police immediately seal off
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several streets and called in the swat tame. police finally went into that house around 3:00 this morning. that's where they found the gunman dead. 6:04. happening light now that continuing stand off at uc berkeley research facility the university has lost patience with a group of occupy protestors. claudine wong is live in albany where both sides seem to be digging in holding their ground. >> reporter: that is right. the issue right now is that the university wants to start research on this plot of land. they want to do it on monday and don't think they can do it with the occupy proteases tours are here. now we have daylight we want to show you what is happening. you are taking a look at private security that is out there. tents from this side where they are standing all the way to the other side. this is ten acres called the gill track. the occupy the farm protestors have been here for 2.5 weeks.
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they are pushing for urban farming. yesterday they filed this lawsuit and locked the gate. what they have done is they have locked the gate. the policy this morning is you can go out and they will unlock those gates and let you out but you are not technically allowed to go back in. however, the protestors have put the palettes right here and we have seen them go up and over and walk back out. police don't seem to be taking issue with that. there is also this whole little campground that exists out in front of the locked gates. we have talked to these folks this morning. they said they don't plan to go anywhere. they feel like they have been watching police activity and feel like they are safe for a couple days. again they want this research to start on monday.
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you will take a more active approach. they said they want to have urban farming and research. it looks like at some point. oak lands police need your help to fine a missing 11-year- old boy. jerry walker there is his picture. he ran away from his west oakland group home wednesday night. he attends la cheim school. they also say he could still be in west oakland or may try to find his waugh to the east -- his way to the east mont mall. also this morning members of oscar grant's family will hold a news conference. they will denounce johannes
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mehserle's request to have the conviction overturned. he claims the shooting in 2009 was just a tragic mistake. grant's family will be outside the county district attorneys office in oakland at 9:00 a.m.. 6:07 republican presidential candidate mitt romney is apologizing for taking part in high school pranks. coming up at 6:15 the bullying attack romney is accused of leading and what the sister of the victim is now saying about that incident. governor jerry brown will be in santa clara later today. he will be at the first ever california economic summit. it's a gathering of business and government leaders trying to come up with solutions to california's economic problems. now to get ready for the summit, organizers held 14 regional forums all over california in the past two months. ideas, suggestions, and concerns out of those forums will be presented today at the summit. all right it is now 6:08.
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we want to go back to sal. how is the commute? >> we are doing pretty well. we are kind of easing into it. let's take a look at the freeways. 80 westbound looks pretty good. there is a little bit of crowding up near the albany hill but that is not unusual. as we look at the chp list we do not have a lot going on. the morning commute continues to look good. there is certainly more people. if you are driving in castro valley there is report of smoke coming up from the area. 6:09 let's go to steve. >> thank you. we have mostly clear skies. there is a little bit of fog toward monterey. if you have to blame anything blame those grasses they are really, really high.
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trees oak, juniper, and mulberry. 86 today. 75 in san francisco. 86 concord. san jose from 82 to 85 degrees. we still have 40s san rafael is in there for lows. a lot of low to mid 50s elsewhere. the system that is sitting out here will work its way toward late saturday and sunday. but today it's sunny and it will be warm and hot for some. a little breeze out of the north in some of the higher elevations. look for 60s and 70s near the coast. mid to upper 80s. brentwood and antioch in there. fremont 82. san carlos in there. half-moon bay 70 degrees. fair and warm with your weekend always in view.
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sunday looks cooler as we get a little increase in some of that fog and much more pronounced cooling trend inland monday and tuesday. ten minutes after 6:00. more allegations against catholic priests. what is the vatican is doing to investigate the new claims. >> plus another oakland raider in trouble with the law. what the term is saying about heyward bey. >> what the navy is doing that could 'cuz dolphins to lose their hearing. hello?
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new this morning a navy study shows its use in sonar could harm more sea life than first thought. the report estimates the under walter sounds could cause more than 1600 dolphins or whales to lose their hearing. explosions could kill more than 200 marine mammals every year. kentfield college student that died in a saline disaster will receive a degree. dominican university will present the degree to the family of jordan fromm. there will also be a new scholarship fund in his honor. he was one of four people that died last month in a yacht race. large waves forced their boat the low speed chase to crash
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into the fallon islands. reports from the washington post that say mitt romney was a bully in high school is coming under new scrutiny. alison burns is in our washington, d.c. newsroom to tell us what this is all about. >> dave, the sister of the student that mitt romney bulled said there are factual inaccuracies in the washington post and does not want her brother used to further a political agenda. washington post quotes five romney classmates that say 1965 romney and a group group of his friends cut the hair of a fellow grass mate. he cry and scream for help. >> i seasonally don't believe that i -- i certainly don't believe that i or i can't speak
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for other people. >> he died in 2004. his sister tells abc news she did not know about that incident and she thinks her brother would be furious at the story. reporting live alison burns ktvu channel 2 news. 6:15. the vatican now investigating seven priests from the troubled legion of christ for -- even fathered three children with two different women. the legion had insisted any sexual abuse was confined to that founder. however a vatican investigation found the same culture of secret city that allowed the founder to cover up his actions enabled other priest to abuse children. tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the
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public memorial for former football star junior seau. every seat in that huge stadium is expected to be filled as fans say goodbye to the san diego sports ledge. he took his own life in his home last week. oakland rayers will be in court. war bay was pulled over last month after a chp officer spotted hep -- the raiders that that are aware of the situation. over the nec few weeks bay area high schools will hold senior proms and graduations.
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system will beat bedrinking. this week local market united agreed to stop selling sweet alcoholic beverages that are popular with young people. there has been a concertive effort to stop teen drinking. >> my parents didn't talk to me about it. i want to do it differently. >> parents say the open dialogue includes talking their children out of trying to sneak booze. the amgen tour of california starts in the bay area this weekend. stage one in santa rosa on sunday. stage two starts in san francisco, monday. and then -- for the first time in the history of the race riders will be climbing mount
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delay. in every city -- that do vollenner if too if if you want to volunteer go to the west america bank building at first and d streets between 6:00 and 9:00 a.m. on sunday. 6:18 is the time. bart is moving well. >> yeah. i want to look at the 24th street station. this station was closed earlier this morning because of police activity on the platform. as a matter of fact we had reported stabbing down there. police arrived. fire was there for a bit. trains are now stopping again. for awhile they were not stopping a the the 24th street street station but now the station is open. that is still early here in the
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mission district and some people are still showing up. let's go out and take a look at other pictures. northbound and southbound 880 this traffic moves well in both directions. if you are driving to the livermore area traffic looks good. eastbound 580 you may see a fire truck there on the shoulder. 6:19 let's go back to steve. >> thank you. very happy friday. temperatures on a roller coaster. a little cool down wednesday and thursday. the only fog is down toward monterey. kind of in monterey bay. it will be sunny to mostly sunny. that won't stop temperatures from warming up. we had the 80s pushed off a little bit. now 80s and low 90s starting to pop back up. 70s mainly around the coast and bay. not much of a breeze. still a sea breeze direction. but it's less than five miles an hour. higher elevations a little more of a north wind. 40s on the receivers to the north bay again.
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low 50s to mid 50s everywhere else. high pressure builds in for a day or two. the fog needs something to get it going. sunshine warmer. a few high clouds no biggy. nice to hot. breezy in some of the higher elevations. that means temperatures they are going to warm up fast. upper 80s to near 90s for some. upper 60 rs to 70s to near 80 degrees. with your weekend always in view. saturday looks fair and warm. a little cool down comes in on sunday. it does look cooler into early next week as well. ford is recalling more than 10,000 calls for transmission problems. a sensor may keep the drivers from putting the car in
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reverse. 2012 expedition. 2011 and 2012 f-150 trucks. prices for downtown office buildings could set records this year. according to the san francisco business times that is because demand is heating up for commercial real estate. sales agreement so far this year have topped $1.2 billion. another $1 billion worth of commercial billings are rumored to be coming up for sale. what year is this? >> 2012. >> this is the year the world will end. there is a new discovery that disputes that doomsday theory. >> plus how this time magazine cover is breathing new life into a debate over parenting. >> traffic is moving along pretty well. you'll see slow traffic beginning to pop up in some areas. [ male announcer ] sizzler's new ultimate steak combos.
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people that text while talking. the fines could cost up to $85. police say the crack down is all about safety. they have responded to 23 pedestrian accidents just this year. three of those were fatal. 6:25. the time magazine cover very controversial shows a mother breast feeding her almost four- year-old son is really causing a controversy. 26-year-old los angeles mother posed for the cover photo with her preschooler son. he is standing on a chair while he nurses. the headline reads are you mom enough? now this article is about what is called a attachment parenting. leading supporter dr. bill sears says extending breast feeding can create a closer bond. here's what local mothers said about that photo. >> i think it's too much. they have a sense of what the body parts are. so it shouldn't be like this. >> it's not something i would do. but i think every mother has to
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decide for herself what the right thing to do for her and her children. >> the mother that appeared on this cover said she was nursed until she was six years old. her parking lots were really into nutrition. her dad is a uc berkeley trained scientist. she also tells time magazine she nurses her other son who is five years old once a month. alcatraz will not be making a return. fox is canceling the mystery thriller after a troubling drop in viewer ship. in the beginning it attracted 10 million viewers but by the end of the 13th episode season it had shrunk by more than half. a new discovery disputes the ending of the year. oldest mayan calendar yet and goes well beyond the year 2012. the findings contradict the modern day theory of the world
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coming to an end. all right time now coming up on 6:30. early morning hit and run crash in oakland. an stent that involves -- an accident that involves children. >> we are live in berkeley where a train has collided with a pickup truck, massive delays on the capitol corridor this morning. >> and we will take you live to new york where the opening bell is about to ring. the big surprise that is taking the bank stocks down.
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francisco. ceo actually i use that software. they are waving hello. we will get you all the numbers coming up. >> we'll smile and say good morning, to you any way. thank you for joining us here. it is friday, it's may 11th i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. time is 6:30. in the news we are following breaking news this is coming in from the east bay. a crash involving a passenger train and pickup truck. ktvu tara moriarty is in berkeley now covering this. there is important new information and this is really starting to effect bay area commuters isn't it? >> that is right. it really is. if you plan on catching a train this morning you are lookings at delays up to two hours. that is because this accident happened at 4:45. it's almost 6:45 and these trains haven't budged. police tell me they have to interview everyone involved. the accident happened when the train collided with a pickup
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truck parked too close to the tracks. the train was headed to sacramento from oakland so it justin left it wasn't going very fast. now there are passengers on board. we're not sure how many. union pacific railroad worker just backed up the train in the past hour or so and drove the truck off the track. there was damage to the other side. now police say the worker at a nearby steel meal parked there as workers around here often do. again this time it was just a little too close. as you can see the train just moved out of the tracks here. looks like they have gotten the service back up and running. that is the good news. the man that parked a little too close to the tracks he will receive a parking ticket. and just to give you an idea where this happened we're on the union pacific railroad tracks that run parallel to interstate 80. again the good news being the train is back up and running
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because all trains had basically been frozen between oakland and sacramento. actually san jose as well. reporting live from berkeley i'm tara moriarty. overnight news two children are among the three family members juried in a hit and run crash in oakland. it happened shortly after 4:00 this morning. now the two girls are 10 and 12 years old. the children along with their mother suffered minor injuries. police are still looking for a driver in the -- police say the hit and run driver ran away along with his passenger. the search for the missing morgan hill teenager sierra lamar will get national attention today. americas most wanted will air the episode tonight. she disappeared on the way to
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school. volunteers will conduct another search for her tomorrow. 6:33. san francisco police now confirming the man killed by a police sharp shooter was suspected of fatally beating his own mother. investigators also telling us details of the violent events that led up to that fatal police shooting. they say 41-year-old dennis hughes barricaded himself in his girlfriend's post street apartment and started setting fires and shooting bullets through walls, floors, and ceilings when the police tried to arrest him. >> due to the significant and ongoing threat the shooter posed to the community the firefighters the officers and the dangerous fire that grew out of control sfpd fired a shot. >> hughes killed his mother on rohnert park. he flew into a violent rage after 66-year-old dianne hughes
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told him to move out of the house they shared. squatter encampment is causing a lot of frustration for nearby neighbors. paul chambers joins us now from san jose. good morning, paul. >> reporter: good morning, pam. residents are saying they are worried about squatters that live out in the neighborhood. this is coyote week. this is where they are citing. now yesterday there was a fire at an a homeless encampment. it was a small vegetation fire where there was burning trash. people in the area are not happy about that because they worry things could get a lot worse. and there is a lot of vegetation out here. there is also a barbecue grill in the area. firefighters were able to knock it down quickly. the major concern for people out here is the proximity the place where the homeless people
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are living in. it's right across the street. people are afriday for not only their public safety but what they do around here. the main concern is about the hopeless people there is not much they can do at this time. live in san jose i'm paul chambers. 6:35. memorial will be held tonight for a teenager from newark that was stabbed to death last month. 18-year-old osana futi was killed at a fremont house fire. an 18-year-old man has been charged with his death. he was a staff football player and just about to graduate. memorial today begins at 6:00 at newark memorial high. futi we will be buried in american city moe a. that is where he was born.
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search crews had to trudge through the rugged terrain for almost 20 hours to reach that crash site. so far they have recovered 12 bodies. the 45 people believed to be on board that flight. the jet liner crashed on wednesday during a demonstration flight for journalists. jp morgan chase said it suffered trading losses of $2 billion since the beginning of april. the surprise announcement came as they expected to report properties of $200 million. the bank ceo said it was caused by errors, sloppiness, and bad judgment. it's likely to shake investor confidence. jp morgan stock down 9%. president obama waking up this morning in southern california after last nights big fund raying event at the home of the actor george clooney.
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he raised $15 million. that is believed to be a record. the guests paid about $40,000 each to be there. but most of the $shamming. was -- two win won. they joe biden has apologized to president barack obama for up staging him on the same sex marriage. 6:38 is the time. shot out to the folks at golden state lumber in san rafael. apparently you know them. they have a few always. they have a big flat screen and it's always on channel 2 in the morning. >> i like that. you know who else does that is sierra deli in oakland. >> thanks for watching.
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good morning, everybody. let's take a look at what we have now. traffic is moving along pretty well if you are driving on highway 4 you will see slow traffic. concord, pleasant hill, walnut creek nice looking drive. and as i move the maps to hayward and union city it also looks good. looks like we are getting a little bit of a late start for the commute that is good because it's lighter than it usually is. let's go to the 24th street bart station. you have heard the station was closed in the last hour because of police incident. apparently someone was stabbed on the platform. these are live pictures from above. you can see things are as normal. people are being allow in and out. i want to show you video that we took earlier when the police roped off the area. reportedly a 35-year-old man was stabbed at the station by an unknown woman or unknown to
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us any way. the investigation continued for 45 minutes and then they reopened the station. 6:39 let's go to steve. >> sal, mario tells me oakland fire department and police department also watching us. >> thank you to them. >> yes, thank you. we do have sunrise over the big city. it will be warm. i know some of you like the fog. others say where is that fog bank? the fog is down toward monterey. it will probably be back on sunday. for those of you suffering from allergies and i wish i could say i feel your pain. i don't. if you are or if your bets. me -- grasses and trees really high. oak, pine, second mother in the centuries.
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highways cost and bay. and then 80-degrees in oakland. finally if you get out far enough you see near 90 degrees. especially out toward antioch and gilroy and up toward clear lake. we have very warm weather right there. you can see the 90s popping up. a lot of 70s around the bay. hardly a breeze at all. i expect temperatures to rocket up pretty fast. by 7:00 you will see the temperatures out of the 40s. high pressure will win out today and tomorrow. a little system right there works its way toward sunday. sunshine warmer today. nice to hot. little breezy in some of the higher elevations. i would say 15-25 in the hills. 80s to near 90s. upper 60 rs and 70s.
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temperatures though will be above arch here. about the same saturday. cool down starts sunday. it does look cooler for everybody early next week. a high speed chase from solano to contra costa county a unique view of the aftermath. the pictures taken by a motorcyclist passing by. >> uc berkeley filed a lawsuit. they locked the gates here in al banny but occupy the farm protestors remain on university land. where the situation stands right now and why police are on scene and what they are doing. >> good morning, bay bridge toll plaza looks wide open for you here. you can see westbound traffic moving well with no delays. we'll tell you more about the morning commute and the bay weather.
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good morning, to you here's a quick look at the top stories you are following. we have breaking news from the east bay. look at these pictures an early morning accident involving a capital corridor train and a pickup truck. this is in berkeley. this is having a big impact on the friday morning commute. pardon me. we will bring you a live report from berkeley on all of this coming up on mornings on 2. >> also two children they are among three family members hurt in a hit and run crash. it happened in oakland. this was shortly after 4:00
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this morning at 98th and mcarthur. >> and later this morning members of oscar grant's family be holding a news conference. they will denounce former bart police officer johannes mehserle's efforts to have his manslaughter conviction overturned for the killing of oscar grant. happening now uc berkeley may be getting anisi over the continuing staboff. they want to caught reserge on -- conduct research on their albany farm. claudine. >> reporter: there are certainly people still on this land here in albany. still tents out there and still folks spending the night out here and occupying the portion of land. the gate however that has changed. you can see there is a lock here on this gate that is
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preventing people from walking back in. what uc berkeley police are letting people out but the policy now is they will not let hem back in. uc also filed a lawsuit. they are asking people to leave the land. they have not seen any forcible measures being taken. i've been talking to protestors out here. some don't want to give their names. you've agreed to talk to us just tell us the plan. what is the option? >> we have here for the long- term. uc has been demanding we leave the land in order to negotiate. we are calling their bluff. we know from 15 years of past history many, many different people and different organizations on several different attempts to try to turn this land into an urban farm. the university has only ignored them. it's only now that we have the land that they have started the
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conversation. >> reporter: do you expect them to come in here and raid the area and push everybody out? >> i don't think i can say yes or no. looking at what they have done so far i think their tactic is more to squeeze us out. to starve us out. there have been rumors flying of a raid but we have not had a raid yet. two days ago at 6:00 in the morning they gave their loud notice and threatened to use chemical agents and blunt force if we interfered with the barrier. they were not intending to arrest and not a dispersal order. >> reporter: now everything stays the same. >> yeah. it could change at the drop of a hot. they are very impromptu lock the gates on us. they didn't make an announcement. >> reporter: okay. all right. thank you for talking to us. again that is the situation as it stands. it could change at any moment. we will keep an eye on it.
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you can see security guards walking in here now. live in albany claudine wong. we have new video of an arrest following a high speed chase from solano to contraction -- contra costa county. independent viddographer -- videographer captured this. the chase ended on highway 680 at monument boulevard. the driver faces charges of drunk driving. driving with a suspensed license and resisting arrest. the man accused of kidnapping two girls and killing their mother and older sister is now dead. authorities in northern mississippi say they repeatedly ordered adam mayes to surrender yesterday but he shot himself in the head. the two girls ages 8 and 12 were found alive. they were treated add the
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hospital and released early this morning. the girls disappeared from their tennessee home two weeks ago. authorities say mayes killed the mother and 14-year-old and kidnapped the younger girls because he thought they were his daughters. vice president joe biden has a apologized to president obama for forcing his hand on the same sex marriage issue. he pushed the issue to the forefront when he said he was comfortable with same sex marriage during a tv interview last sunday. right after that reporters started hounding president obama about his position on the issue. that led to the president's big announcement wednesday that he now supports the right of same sex cap couples to marry. he accepted vice president's biden's apology. most bay area drivers you have seen gas prices go up
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about $0.05 in the last week and price hikes may not be over. you can expect to see gasoline prices jump another $0.25 in the next week. that is because the summer gasoline is at an all-time low. there is three refineries that make that special gas they are offline making repairs or doing maintenance work. so the prices will keep going up. >> there is always something. sal. i'm walking to work, pam. >> i wish i could. >> going to get up at 1:00 in the morning and walk. >> you might have to get up earlier than that. >> i know. seriously if you don't want to use gas don't want to drove your car public transit is on time. there are no major delays on those systems. let's go outside and take a look if you do have to drive to the city. let's say you are going to the
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bay bridge. traffic will be light here at the toll plaza. really hasn't developed at all. the worst thing for your gas mileage is sitting in traffic idolling. slow traffic. this is a look at the commute on interstate 880 in oakland. both directions moving well. tonight there is a baseball game in oakland. 705 the a's verses the tigers that will be a nighttime game. and the morning commute in santa clara valley looks pretty good. the road sensors have not started picking up slow traffic at all. a little bit on 85. but that is about it. let's go to steve. >> thank you. happy friday. a little bit of fog down toward monterey and santa cruz. that is about it. everywhere else is sunny. high clouds could filter in but nothing to stop the sunshine and warmer conditions. 80s and now some 90s popping up there pretty far inland. a lot of 70s around the bay.
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40s i expect these to pop up in the 50s in the next hour. low to mid 50s. it won't take long to warm up. high pressure out today and tomorrow. weak little low right there that will start to move over us on sunday. that will increase the fog. sunshine and warmer weather. nice to hot. a little breeze up in the higher elevation. there is not much of a breeze in the surface. 60s, 70s, and 80s to near 90- degrees. livermore will be closed. fremont 82. 76 in santa cruz. i might have to fine tune that. it will be under the impact of that fog near the monterey bay. otherwise sunshine, warm weather and sunday looks a little cooler and monday as well for everyone. >> all right, thank you, steve. investors are liking facebook. the action the social media giant is taking ahead of its ipo. >> how the usfl is being relaunched. >> good morning, right now
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traffic looks good in san francisco if you are driving northbound on 101 from the peninsula all the way to the city you should have a decent drive. cçrrú
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. live look at the big board. dow jones down 35 points. a lot of banking stocks down on that surprisingly disappointing
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news from jp morgan on their trading losses. facebook stock may sell for more than original projections. earl earlier estimate there is $28-$30 a share. but now they are asking for more shares. ipo date has been set but is expected next friday. the united states football league is making a come back. oakland raider legend he is one of the advisors for the reborn usfl. the league went out of business many 1987. they plan to play between march and june. let's check in really quick with sal on traffic. >> all right. coming up on mornings on 2 we'll have more on the traffic but i just want to show you the bay bridge is light. i also want to show you on the maps contra costa slow in
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antioch and bay point but looking good in pleasant hill. >> expect for fog down the coastline it will be sunny and warmer today. and about the same saturday does look cooler on sunday. >> coming up on mornings on 2 an early morning crash a train crash in the east bay. this one could cause commuter chaos for a lot of train riders. >> also the call for a new trial in the bart shooting case what the family of oscar grant is doing in one hour. stay with us.
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