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vallejo police are looking for the gunman that opened fire at a family picnic. one man is dead. >> a fire guts a home in the east bay last night. >> pablo sandoval is under investigation. the accusations made against the giants slugger. good morning, welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday june 3rd i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong.
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looking for the possibility of rain. how is it looking? >> it looks like we will have a good shot of it. it will come on monday. today will be your final day of dry weather before we turn wet. we are waking up anywhere from 4-10 degrees cooler than where we started yesterday morning. additional cooling expected for the afternoon and that afternoon breeze will be back with us once again. i will break this down for you and show you what you can expect for today in the week ahead coming up. one person is dead and three others injured incluing critically after a shooting at vallejo park. right now the search is on for the gunman. >> reporter:s police tape is still here this morning. clear evidence of the investigation has stretched into the evening. we stopped by the police department 45 minutes ago. they are still looking for the gunman that opened fire on a
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family at this park. one man is dead and three others are recovering from bullet wounds. police say the shooting started at 8:15 saturday night as the family was at a barbecue and picnic at this park. witnesses tell police someone in a dark colored sedan started shooting. the victims did not wait for ambulances. by the time the police arrived they had already been driven to two different area hospitals. 57-year-old man died from his injuries. a 67-year-old woman was listed in critical condition last night. as was a 17-year-old boy. a 35-year-old man is recovering from a bullet wound to his arm. at this time police are not identifying the family involved or speculating about a motive. coming back out to our live shot we walked around the scene here. you can see there is evidence of how quickly the victims left this park. there is still picnic items on some of the tables here. as you look across the basketball court there is a bicycle over there in that corner as well. clear evidence whatever
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activity happened here forced people to leave very quickly. investigators are asking anyone with information in this case to come forward. for now we are live in vallejo christien kafton channel 2 news. in overnight news a double shooting in downtown oakland sent a man and woman to the hospital. witnesses say someone fired several shots on 14th and broadway around 9:45 last night. female victim was found a block away. she had been shot in the chest. police don't know if this was a robbery or if the victims knew each other. officers were questioning people but so far there are no suspects or arrests in this case. a berkeley man had to rescue his 92-year-old grandmother as part of his home went up in flames. it worked its way up from the first floor to the second floor where curtis harrison's grandmother was sleeping. he ran upstairs picked her up and carried her out. he believed ananlectrical socket may have been overloaded. >> there was a loud bang like
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shooting the house. like a sharp earthquake jolt and saw the smoke. and the flames over there. trying to get the water hoses around. >> he salvaged what he could overnight and will meet with the red cross today. they will provide them with a temporary place to stay. a car slammed into a utility pole. it happened at 2:40 this morning at east 14th street and 163rd avenue. a woman ran her car into the pole and knocking it ten feet off its foundation. pg&e crews are working to install a new pole. giants third baseman pablo sandoval is being investigated for sexual assault. a woman claims she sexually say salted her after meeting her at a bar in santa cruz. they arrested him -- sandoval's attorney says the incident was
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consensual. the woman said she was into intoxicated to consent. last night fans told us they were stunned by the news. >> panda. i'm stunned. >> there is a lot of people who would lie. >> i really hope it's not true. that is tough to hear. >> unfortunate to hear that. especially for the kids that look up to these players. >> a spokes woman for the santa cruz county sheriffs department says several interviews have taken place place. today is the final day for united airlines at oakland airport. they are ending service there after 75 years. the last flight leaves this afternoon. united had just one route at oakland. flying 11 times a week flying
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to denver. travelers flying in and out of san francisco face more delays and cancellations today. the airport closed one of the runways to make lighting and sign repairs. that prompted airlines to cancel 36 flights last night. short flights were delayed 1-2 hours long flights were delayed half hour. police say this man 25-year- old robert monroy ran through the terminal completely naked. they spotted month roy walking around without his clothes on in a apartment. they chased him through terminal b and arrested in front of a security check point. >> rain rosemary?
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>> it is june. we had a dry winter we could use it. partly cloudy mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. a live look at san jose. and we are dealing with mostly clear skies overhead with a few clouds in some area where they are piled up over the coast. and we have the westerly breeze continuing on south westerly through fairfield that nice delta breeze cooling things off yesterday afternoon and we'll continue to do so far today. a little gusty in the hills but not too bad. 52-degrees in san francisco. 52 in oakland. wide spread 50s through san jose. 51 santa rosa. a few degrees cooler than where we started yesterday. you may notice as we get outside, you are looking pretty good over parts of the north bay. mostly clear skies. again a little cooler than what we felt on saturday. a look at the satellite radar. the ridge of high pressure now out of here and the next influence will be the system that continues to move inland
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by tonight and into tomorrow the clouds will begin to increase and by tomorrow morning even the possibility of a few scattered showers in the forecast. some high elevation snow over the sierra as well. let's pick it up tomorrow morning. for you we have mostly gray skies. a few scattered showers falling. it doesn't look too wide spread. hopefully not going to impact that morning drive. by 10:00 or so its does move all the way across. down into santa cruz and across the monterey peninsula. we have noontime rain here. if you have lunchtime plans for your monday, this is what you can expect. and it's out of here in time for the evening drive home. not a lot expected. maybe a few .01. 77 in petaluma expected for today. 79 expected santa rosa. 73 san rafael. mid 60s sausalito. up to the east bay upper 60s for oakland. hayward 70. 74 castro valley.
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our inland areas boy was it hot a few days ago and now you are looking good. 75 san jose. 84 morgan hill. 68 san mateo. 71 redwood city. mostly clear skies. 75 in palo alto. along the coast partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. cool once again. notice the big drop off. temperatures will roll back well below average this time of year. and it takes us a little while before we bounce back. tuesday will be a dry but cool day. upper 70s in the forecast for our inland areas. and thursday getting back in the low 80s with 60s along the coast. we'll have your lunchtime numbers coming up. a downed power line may have sparked a grass fire in brisbane. fire burned at least ten acres and knocked out power to more than 1300 customers. took three hours to get the fire under control.
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all power was rest store and no one was hurt. firefighters are investigating a fire east of redwood. cal fire says at one point the flames burned close to home before crews surrounding that fire. for the first time this morning sierra's president is speaking out about a massacre that left dozens of children dead. plus. >> moments of panic as a gunman opens fire inside of a canadian mall. the information for the shooter. >> and not ready to retire the number of older americans still working is higher than it has ever been. why? and the reasons that number is expected to grow. >> first a live look at 880 in oakland traffic as you can see on a sunday morning is nice and light. very nice morning in the bay area. you're watching mornings on 2. i'm more of an absentee plant parent.
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good morning, to you.
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live look there at the low cloud deck. blue skies above the clouds. live look from san rafael. 51 degrees outside your door. for all you angler fans it's a celebration fit for a queen. in london this morning britain queen elizabeth is leading an armada of boats. here's a live look from ron do despite the cool drizzly weather thousands are attending the event. and more than 50 members of the royal family are by the queens side today. that includes prince william and duchess of cambridge kate. they watched a horse win the derby. she was dressed in a royal blue
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coat and dress hat. >> i'm wearing my crown jewels. i don't have my hat with me. it's for tomorrow. >> the celebration continues tomorrow with street parties and a concert in front of birmingham palace. police say they have a description of a possible suspect in a deadly mall shooting in canada. >> everybody out. >> gunman killed one person and wounded seven in a busy food court in toronto downtown eaton center. two people are in critical condition. a pregnant woman went into labor from stress as panicked shoppers tried to hide or escape that mall. >> we were working. we had to lock the door. security came and told us we had to lock the door. went to the back we had to lock them. they told us to evacuate the building. >> the injuries to the man that was killed certainly indicate he wassed targeted victim of
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the shooting. there are a number of people that were clearly innocent bystanders. >> police are looking at surveillance tape and following up on leads to catch the killer. >> the man charged with killing florida teenager trayvon martin will turn himself in. here's a live look at the jailhouse in sanford, florida. his client has returned to florida to surrender. on friday the judge revoked zimmerman's bail and gave him until this afternoon to turn himself in. he lied about how much money he had gave access to. >> new this morning the president of syria said his government had nothing to do with last weeks massacre. in a televised speech today. he said not even monsters would carry out such a crime. his country is facing a real war. more than 100 people were killed during that massacre. nearly half of them were children. in san francisco a small group of children took place in a graphic presentation.
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they were part of a rally to call for the international community to do more to stop the violence in syria. u.n. investigators say most of the victims had been shot at close range or stabbed. >> the international community keeps watching as venezuela sends 35,000-tons of diesel to syria the world keeps watching as russia continues to send ships to syria laidenned with arms. the world keeps watching as iran sends ships to syria with arms. >> yesterday secretary of state hillary clinton discussed the situation in syria with her russian counterpart. in election news donald trump was out campaigning for mitt romney in north carolina this weekend. >> we need a president who has business accum. we need a president that has business ability. we also need a president that
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has heart. mitt romney has a lot of heart. the reason i decided not to run is because i got to know him. >> he spoke friday night at the state republican convention in north carolina. during his speech trump spent a lot of time questioning president obama's birthplace. democrats have been pushing mitt romney to distance himself from trump and the birth issue. president obama went to visit his old home chicago. he was strolling through the neighborhood with his security team and one of his advisors. he stop to chat with some people. >> he came up to the corner where he was. he shaked and asked everybody how he was doing. >> this is the first time the president has gone home in over a year. later in the day he flew to camp david where he spent the night. he heads back to the white house this morning. more americans are delaying retirement than ever before. according to the u.s. bureau of labor statistics fearly 1-5
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people are still in the work force. that is the highest percentage since 1964. and the number of workers over 75 has never been higher. many of those seniors say they are just not ready to retire while others are still working because their savings were hurt by the economic downturn. >> a lot of people haven't saved enough. therefore they need to work longer in order to save more and or need additional income for as long as possible to supplement what they possibly could get from social security. >> the number of seniors in the work force is expected to increase as the generation of baby boomers ages. a shelter for young homeless pregnant women may close. is the shelter on 62nd avenue would not hold up during an earthquake. the 71-year-old building needs to close. it's one of two centers in the east bay that accepts pregnant women and allows them to stay two months after giving birth.
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antioch city leaders are stepping up to wipe out blight. they couldn't find anyone to -- there has been a recent rash of squatters taking over vacant homes. today there will be a memorial service for three-time san mateo mayor and long-time city councilman john lee. he died monday night after battling lung cancer. he spent 12 years on the council. today's memorial service starts at 3:00 this afternoon. lee was 81 years old. mothers against drunk driving walked to spread the message of alcohol free party for teenagers. >> three, two, one. run like mad. >> hundreds participated in the 5k walk at chavez walk. m.a.d. says this time of year prom and
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graduation can be dangerous for teens. many celebrate with drinking. they raised nearly $45,000. a rare sight in the sky this week. what nasa will be watching and how you can see it too. >> plus the very important thing an arizona woman forgot on the top of her car that now has her facing child endangerment charges. >> fair weather in the forecast for your sunday. what changes are on the way? i'll explain coming up.
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a woman in arizona is facing charges after police say she left her baby on top of her car and drove off. phoenix police found the five weekend old baby in the car seat in the middle of the road. the babies 19-year-old mother put the car seat on the roof of her car and forgot it was there. officers say she had been smoking marijuana with her boyfriend. >> it does not appear immediately she realized what happened. i think that perhaps she got where she was going and
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realized that she did not have the baby in the car. >> the baby was not hurt and now in the custody of arizona child protective services. her mother is facing one count of aggravated dui and one count of child abuse. on tuesday you may see a very rare site in the sky. that is when venus passes in front of the sun. you are looking at pictures right now at the last time transit happened. this was back in 2004. if you missed it this time it will not happen again until 2117. you cannot look at the sun directly. there is also plans to stream it live on the internet. >> will we be able to see it with all this crazy june weather coming? >> put it in order with rosemary. make it happen. >> we do have increasing clouds on the way. first we will notice the high clouds and they will thicken. eventually they will drop a little rain on us. for today we are dry. we are waking up with the morning clouds. partly cloudy skies expected
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for the afternoon. but a major cool down expected for tomorrow in addition to wet weather on the way for your back to work monday. today we'll shave off a few degrees over yesterday's afternoon highs. this morning we are waking up cooler as well. upper 40s to low top mid 50s outside our door by noontime. upper 50s for the coast. wide spread 50s around the bay. few low 70s for the inland areas. and for the afternoon how about that. there will be another cool day by the coast. on shore breeze will continue to blow. we have 60s and 70s around the bay. and 70s to low 80s for your inland areas. if you like it mild, you like it warm maybe head out to areas around walnut creek, concord, santa rosa, napa will be a nice place to be. notice that big drop in the afternoon highs expected by tomorrow. our inland areas upper 60s in the forecast for you. low 60s remaining for the coast. few scattered showers. it looks like it will come early on and be finished by late afternoon. we are cool on tuesday but dry.
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wednesday into thursday finally bouncing back in the upper 70s to low 80s. back to the desk. heavy rains and tornadoes hit the mid atlantic causing one serious injury. violent storms in pennsylvania, maryland, and virginia caused a dome to collapse. heavy wind ruined homes, businesses, and boats. national weather service confirmed six different tornadoes. this water rescue shows how dangerous streams and rivers can be during rainstorms. they walked along the stream in maryland. a moment later witnesses say the rising water carried them downstream. firefighters didn't have much time to plan because the water was rising quickly. >> when the first unit got there the water rose within a foot or two within the first ten minutes of being there. >> firefighters managed to get safety vests to the kids. they lower firefighters down and pulled the kids down.
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a saturday night barbecue turns deadly as shots ring out in vallejo park. when it was over one man was dead and three others were injured. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm john sasaki. police worked through the night and morning to figure out who is behind the deadly shooting. two of the victims are still fighting for their lives. christien kafton joins us live from crest ranch park with what happened. >> reporter: there is still a lot of evidence in this police investigation. we can see the crime scene tape over here. vallejo police are still looking for the gunman that opened fire. one man is dead and three others are recovering from bullet wounds. police say the shooting started at 8:15 last night. as the family was at a barbecue and picnic. witnesses tell police someone in a dark colored sedan started shooting. the victims did not wait for ambulances. by the time police arrived they had been driven to two different hospitals in the
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area. a man died from his injuries. a 67-year-old woman was listed in critical condition and a 17- year-old boy. a 35-year-old man is recovering from a bullet wound to his arm. this morning about an hour and a half ago we went by vallejo police looking for an update on this story. at this time police are not identifying the family involved or speculating about a motive. we have walked just across the park here and coming back out here live to the live shot you can see how quickly the family left the park. there is a bicycle and a basketball over here. there are items that have been left on one of the nearby picnic tables. clearly the people that left left in a hurry. police are looking for the publics health on this case. looking for anyone that has information to contact them and let them know what they saw or if they know anything about this shooting. for now we are live in vallejo christien kafton. san francisco's fire chief says two firefighters killed in the line of duty last year left a lasting legacy that is going to benefit the department for
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years to come. the fire department rang a bell at 10:58 yesterday marking the first anniversary of the deaths of firefighter vincent perez and firefighter paramedic anthony valerio. >> i still miss him. and i keep praying. >> we did learn some lessons and we are continuing to develop new policies to address certain things. whether t windy conditions or hills. >> the department unvailed a plaque honoring the firefighters. review of the operations that day led to 25 new safety recommendations. you can find raw footage from the memorial on ktvu.com just look for the video player that is on our home page. a petaluma man is behind bars in connection with a stabbing. it happened late friday night in an apartment complex. a fight broke out between the
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suspect and victim. police say no matter the number they are thrilled any time they can get a weapon off the streets. police received a dozen firearms yesterday in a gun buyback program. people turning in the guns received $100 target gift cards. >> every gun off the street is one less gun that is hurt an innocent person. for us it's worthwhile to do it just for that reason alone. >> police ran serial numbers of each weapon to see if any were stolen. if any luck they will be returned to the owners. if not they will be destroyed. dive teams are looking for the sierra lamar. they have been serging for the 15 -- they have been searching for the 15-year-old since she disappeared. the man reported of killing sierra went fishing at that reservoir at the time she went missing. volunteers went out for the 24th time yesterday searching
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for any clues to her disappearance. sierra's father says the volunteer searching help keep the family going during this extremely difficult time. >> the worst thing is not knowing. the worst thing is not knowing and still there. you can cast your ballot for the california primary coming up on tuesday. registers are open today. just few dozen people turned out to cast their ballots yesterday at the alameda county registered voters. turnout will be light because of the election and how the voting process has changed in recent years. >> for a low turn out election we will see 75% of our turnout will be by mail. very few people go to the polls anymore. >> we never give up. always encourage. >> all polling places will be open on voting day 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m..
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for more information head to ktvu.com and click on the news tab and scroll down to the politics page. people that live near the site of the warriors future arena have doubt. they are now booming. first at ann t park and then the tech industry. they told the chronicles it's becoming too much to deal with and neighbors are worried about more loud clouds, more parking more parking garages for basketball fans. muni's busiest rail line should be up and running this time tomorrow. they shut down the n-judah to replace worn out rails a little more than a week ago. almost 40,000 people ride the n- judah each woke day. it also forced the j-church line to force its route. starting tomorrow there will be new fairy service between oakland, alameda and oakland. the oyster point terminal ferry
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will operate. rosemary has been talking about the change in weather we are getting. really it was a beautiful day yesterday and i know rosemary that if i liked it yesterday i'm not going to like tomorrow. [ laughter ] >> well, you know a mixed bag of sorts. i realize we are into june and people are going are you kidding me? rain? we could use the rain. it's not going to impact the weekend. today we have another nice day in store. it will remain cool by the coast but that is very little change. we've got cloudy skies outside our door this morning. i bet we're used to that as well. we will have fair skies by the afternoon with mild weather to warm weather. the on shore breeze will continue. westerly wind at san francisco 10 miles an hour. 21 in fairfield. the nice delta breeze cooled off our inland areas. should only be a few degrees over what we felt yesterday. calm in san jose.
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partly sunny and cloudy san jose. 56 fairfield. mid 60s in concord. low 50s in livermore. as you head out toward san francisco wide spread 50s across the board at this hour. few low 60s you've got to get well inland. areas like antioch holding on to 60 degrees or so. now that the sun is up you can see the temperatures rebound. here's your satellite radar view. the ridge of high pressure that has been in place bringing us that hot weather has moved off to the east. this will be impacting us as we get into the back to work monday. you may even need to pack an umbrella for the kids. you can see a little bit of light rain beginning to fall over northern california. it will stall here for the day. by tonight it will begin to sink. clouds will increase and then by tomorrow morning perhaps a few scattered showers over the north bay. it looks like most of it will hold off once we get past that morning commute. and then it looks like by 10:00 noontime is when the wide
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spread possibilities scattered shower loss be in the forecast. here are your afternoon highs for today. a gorgeous day in santa rosa. 79 degrees. 78 for nevada. 74 expected kentfield. mid 60s for sausalito. low 80s walnut creek. danville 81. inland areas still warm enough for that pool party. 75 san jose. 74 santa clara. if you are planning a backyard barbecue it's not too hot. 71 redwood city. 66 san bruno. low 60s in the city if you are heading to see the giants play today bring along that jacket. the sea breeze will be blowing. upper 60s in the forecast for tomorrow. notable drop for the afternoon highs. in addition to the increasing clouds. possibility of rain on monday. and pulls on out. looks like by late afternoon and early evening. hopefully will not impact the evening drive. by tuesday we are dry but cool. we do rebound.
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temperatures getting back in the upper 70s and low 80s by wednesday and thursday. if you are heading out to sunday streets this morning i'll have that detailed forecast coming up. we are just learning that former family feud host richrd dawson has died. he hosted the game from 1966 to 1975. he was known for kissing thousands of women. he also starred in hogan heros. he died from cancer. he was 79 years old. firefighters in new mexico are working around the clock to contain the biggest fire in that states history. the white water fire has devoured 227,000 acres. even with more than 1200 people fighting the fire it's only 15% contained. two separate lightning strikes started that fire back on may 9th. since then a dozen cab ins and -- cabins and other buildings have been destroyed.
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tomorrow fire season officially begins in the north bay. cal fire says it will ramp up staff. the agency also says it's going to be hiring seasonal firefighters to meet the demand of a very active fire season. they are also encouraging property owners to clear the vegetation from around their homes. enterprise space station is on its way to its now home. then on tuesday it will begin its last leg of the journey by tug boat. your time now 7:39. family of a special needs child was kicked out of their home. why they were evicted even though they always pay their rent on time. >> who authorities believe is responsible for the deaths of five people found in a a burned out suv. >> here's a live look outside as traffic moving on this sunday morning. we take a look around the bay
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area. actually things look good everywhere. we haven't seen any major problems to report for you this morning. see a little traffic hazards here and there. there is a traffic collision now being actually reported though at the toll plaza. on the bay bridge. we'll keep an eye on that for you. looks like there is a couple vehicles involved. it's 7:39 you are watching mornings on 2.
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a live look at the gray skies over the bay area this morning. partly cloudy skies for this afternoon. slightly cooler than what we felt on saturday for the second half of your day. egypt's top prosecutor said
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he will appeal move baroques corruption charges. thousands celebrated when they heard mubarak got a life sentence. protestors were calling for a new uprising over th acquittals. some observers said justice has been served. >> i think this verdict against former president move baric that there is justice after all. leaders are not immuned to prosecution. >> protestors called the trial a sham and called for mubarak's execution. investigators are trying to figure out why a cargo plane crashed through an airport fence and slam into a bus killing all ten people on board that vehicle. the plane's four crew members survived the crash and rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment. they were approaching landing at the time of the crash. aviation experts are looking
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into possible brake failure. investigators in arizona say the discovery of five bodies in a burned out suv in the desert is likely connected to mexican drug cartels. police believe the suv is the same car that fled from border patrol agents earlier in the day. the sheriff says he is concerned about the growing violence in the western part of that county. california woman has been arrested for allegedly killing her family in their home. police believe regina johnson murdered her husband and 14- year-old daughter and stayed in the apartment until she called a relative and mentioned the bodies. >> she happened to mention her husband and daughter were dead inside the apartment. >> the relative called police. another relative told investigators johnson recently been laid off. a small fire was quickly put out in one world trade center in new york. it started early yesterday morning on the 89th floor. construction workers were able
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to use fire extinguishers to put it out. firefighters responded to make sure everything was urn control. the cause of that fire is now being investigated. president obama is scheduled to visit the tower on june 14th to get a briefing on construction. students at chardon high school in ohio received their diplomas this weekend. just months after a deadly shooting at their school. 265 graduates walked up to receive their diplomas on saturday. students say their feelings about leaving the school are mixed. >> after everything that happened, i don't really want to leave our school because i feel like we have become so close and everyone is so much more loving it will be hard to leave it. >> it will get easier. i myself a glad i don't have to go back in the school. >> a 17-year-old who was arrested in connection with the shootings will be tried as an
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adult. former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky's trial is set to start on tuesday. the trial comes seventh months to the day after sex charges against him. tom could start as early -- testimony could start as early as monday. they say he sexoutly abused ten boys. vice president joe biden's daughter has tied the knot. 30-year-old ashley biden married dr. howard krine. this is the picture of the newlyweds. she is a social worker in delaware. vice president biden and his wife released a statement say they are happy to welcome their new son-in-law to the family. job edwards' witness has released a tell all book. it's scheduled to be released june 26th. two years ago she gave an
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interview saying she did not want to capitalize on the affair to make money. this weekend they found edwards not guilty on campaign finance fraud and deadlocked on others. the family of a special needs child became the victim of a southern california real estate scam. the ramirez paid their $2200 rent on time all while caring for ten-year-old jesus. he suffers from leukemia and has under gone six surgeries. he and his mom were coming back from the hospital after they found sheriffs deputies posting an eviction notice. the bank foreclosed on the home and they were paying rent opaque owners. >> this is all we have right now. that we were able to take out of the house. >> my brothers and sisters thought they thought we were criminals. >> the ramirez did get a little bit of reprieve.
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a realtor is letting them stay at the home for the time being. new hope in the fight against breast cancer. it acts as a smart bomb against breast cancer cells without damaging healthy ones. it was tested on women that have one of the most aggressive forms of the disease. it keeps cancer at bay for longer than conventional treatments. actress kathryn has lost her battling l with lung cancer. she died yesterday in her los angeles home. she has won two emmys for her roll on desperate housewives. she was 72 years old. warren buffet auction for a private lunch with the billionaire begins today. you have until 7:30 tonight until friday june 8th to make your bid on e-bay. but only if you have some serious cash to throw down. last year an anonymous bidder paid $2.6 million to have lunch
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with buffet at a new york steak house. the proceeds are going to go to the glide foundation. this is all a benefit for san francisco's glide church. the battleship uss iowa is in the los angeles harbor. tug boat there is you go guided the ship through the narrow angel gate harbor yesterday morning. the iowa left the bay area last weekend. next saturday it will be moved to its permanent location will be converted to a museum. it was decommissioned in 1989 after one of its guns exploded and killed 47 sailors. thousands of people took off this morning on a week long bike ride that started in san francisco. the message behind the journey. >> how much would you pay for a comic book. the record breaking price tag for this rare comic book cover. >> outside our doors some of us waking up with clouds. some of us partly to partly cloudy skies. we have cooler conditions on
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how much would you pay for a comic book? how about $1.6 million. that is how much a rare tin tin cover book sold. they have broken two records. one for yesterday's sale. and it was sold back in 2008 when it went for $948,000. the cover was purchased by an unnamed private collector. san francisco at & t park looked yesterday like new york 100 years ago. it was turn back the clock day as the they wore the same uniforms the new york giants wore. in the fourth inning buster posey threw a strike to second base. he was trying to steal. cubs scored one run in that inning. in the sixth aubrey huff walked on a close pitch and ryan came home with the tying run.
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thenway keen hit a chopper. the giants win 2-1 as matt king struck out seven. the oakland a's had to get a littles in fall tick to break a hitting streak. brian worked out of a mini jam in the third. with al exlisten third mccarthy fanned mike and the game stayed even. the a's took a lead in the fourth and broke it in the fifth. jonas broke his bat but dumped one in the right and reddy came home. the world's largest hiv aids fundraiser is under way. they started very early this morning. aids life cycle is a seven-day bike ride from san francisco to los angeles. it all raises money. today the 2200 cyclist will ride the first leg that takes
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them from the cow palace in frank to the harvey park. the 545-mile ride is expected to raise $11 million for the san francisco aids foundation and the l.a. and gay and lesbian center. thousands of people put on their best black and white formal wear for the biggest parties. this years black and white ball was held last night at civic center. the ball was a fundraiser for the san francisco symphony music education prom. organizers say it brings music to 75,000 bay area kids every year. >> all of their education programs and their wonderful programs developmented the musicians is very meaningful and important. >> there is music on five stages last night including performances by cindy and paul simon. tickets cost between $250 and $5,000 each. i know san francisco tradition continues today. it kicked off yesterday
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morning. it has an eco urban theme this year. in addition to the food, the shopping, and crafts there was a demonstration on healthy cooking. rosemary union street fair norine today right? >> no rain today. we are actually looking pretty good. a lot going on out there. we have sunday streets. giants hosting the cubs once again. outside our doors this morning a few degrees cooler than where we started yesterday morning. you may notice if you are heading out to your local farmers market the on shore breeze continuing. a westerly wind at sfo and oakland 10 miles an hour. check out fairfield a pretty nice delta breeze blowing through your area. we have 55 in concord. 53 livermore. wide spread 50s low 50s for areas along the north bay as well. so a fairly mild start just not as warm as we had been on saturday morning. if you are heading out to sunday streets and the mission district again. we have you from 11:00 to 4:00
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it will be a nice day. partly cloudy skies. your forecast will be a little breezy in the afternoon. winds 10-15 miles an hour. also the california academy of sciences has their free day in the park. so that to be aware of. partly cloudy skies and a nice afternoon inland. 80 degrees for concord. 81 livermore. we have nice mild to warm weather over santa rosa and napa. mid 70s san jose. along the prince la we have mild weather for you. 68 san mateo. upper 60s low 70s just across the bay. oakland san leandro as well as hayward. your extended forecast shows you change is coming in the way of wet weather, cooler conditions as early as tomorrow. perhaps packing an umbrella for the kids as they get off to school in the morning. it looks like it will move through right around 10:00 noontime or so and be out of here by monday night. we will remain on the cool side. tuesday. wednesday warming up just a bit. back to you.
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>> a pack of tiny dogs took over san francisco kellior race park. dozens of canines in creative outfits turned out for the second an whole contest. the spca brought along plenty of adoptable dogs and cats and other animals. a final departure the airline that is leading the city of -- that is leaving the city of oakland for good today. >> plus one person is dead. three people are hurt after a shooting during an outdoor party in vallejo. who investigators are looking for this morning.
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we have new information about an overnight shooting that left one man dead and three others injured. >> an east bay home gutted by a fire. >> and pablo sandoval under investigation. what his lawyer days about accusations of sexual assault. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday june 3rd i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach.
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>> and i'm claudine wong. we have been talking about this change in the weather. it's camming. heading our way. we have a pretty nice day in store for us. a little cooler outside. >> yeah a few degrees cooler as you step outside your doors. we will shave off a few degrees from the afternoon highs. overall it will be a pleasant day. today sort of a transition day. and then by monday it looks like we may get a few late season showers. i will break this down for you. show you what you can expect today and into your workweek coming up. one person is dead and three others are injured after a shooting at a vallejo park. it happened at an outdoor party yesterday afternoon. this morning the search is on for the gunman. force christien kafton has more. >> reporter: we have new information about that shooting. told to us by an earwitness who was nearby. take a look how quickly folks left this party last night. you can see there is plenty of
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items they clearly abandoned this picnic site in a big rush. we just spoke to a gentleman that lives nearby. he describes hearing several shots, a pause and more shots. vallejo police looking for the gunman that opened fire on a family at this park last night. this morning one man is dead and police say three others are recovering from bullet wounds. police say the shooting started at 8:15 last night as the family was having a barbecue and picnic. witnesses tell police someone in a dark color sedan started shooting. the victims did not wait for ambulances. by the time the police arrived here they had been driven to two different hospitals in the area. 57-year-old man died from his injuries at the hospital. a 67-year-old woman was listed in critical condition last night as was a 17-year-old boy. a 35-year-old man is recovering from a bullet wound to his arm. now we stopped by vallejo police this morning looking for an update on this investigation. at this time police are not identifying the family involved
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or speculating about a motive. and walking around the crime scene here take a look you can see from our live shot that there is items still out here. you can see a basketball and a bicycle also left here at the scene. investigators this morning looking for any new information about this case. that earwitness we talked to earlier this morning said he was too concerned for his own safety to appear on camera. that was one of the reasons why he didn't say what he had to say on camera. he is concerned for his own safety. police are looking for anyone to come forward with any information about this case so they can track down that gunman. for now we are live in vallejo. in overnight new as double shooting in downtown oakland sent a man and woman to the hospital. witnesses say someone fired several shots on 14th and broadway around 9:45 last night. a man was found shot in the leg near a magazine store and a female victim was found a block away. she had been shot in the chest. police don't know if this was a robbery or if the victims knew
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each other. officers are questioning people but so far no suspects or arrests in the case. a berkeley man had to rescue his 92-year-old grandmother after his house caught fire. he ran upstairs, picked her up and carried her out of the building. he believes an electrical socket may have been overloaded. >> there was a loud bang like shooting in the house. like a sharp earthquake jolt and saw the smoke and flames over there trying to get the water hoses around. >> he salvaged what he could overnight and meeting with the red cross today. they are providing them a temporary place to stay. also overnight a car slammed into a utility pole. it happened around 2:30 this morning. the chp says a woman ran her car into that pole knocking it about ten feet off of its
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foundation. the driver failed a sobriety test and arrested on drunk driving charges. pg&e crews are working to install a new crew. giants third baseman pablo sandoval is being investigated for sexual abuse charges. sheriffs deputies interviewed sandoval yesterday. he was not arrested and played last night. the woman says she was too intoxicated to consent. sandoval has been a crowd favorite. fans often sport panda hats at at & t park. last night they were stunned. >> it's panda. >> there is a lot of people that lie. you never know who to trust. >> i really hope it's not true. that's tough to hear. >> it's unfortunate to hear that especial for the kids that look up to these players. >> santa cruz sheriffs department says several interviews have taken place and the investigation is
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continuing. sandoval's attorney released this statement yesterday. we have no further comment at this time. today is the final day for united airlines. that airline is ending service after 75 years. the last flight leaves this afternoon. united had just one route left at oakland flying 11 times a week to denver. united has a major hub and maintenance base still at san francisco international airport. travelers flying in and out of sfo face more delays and cancellations. they closed one of the roadways in order to make lighting and sign repairs. a duty officer tells ktvu that prompted airlines to cancel 36 flights last night. short flights were delayed 1-2 hours and longer flights were delayed is longer. they are determine whether drugs or alcohol played a role -- 25-year-old robert monroe ran through a terminal
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completely naked. the incident started yesterday morning. they started monroy walking around with without his clothes on. they arrested him. one of the officers suffered minor injuries. airport operations were not effected. good morning, to you. happy sunday. giving you a beautiful shot from the north bay. you can see the low clouds spilling in over the hills. not really pulling in too far though. we are with gray skies over the bay. parts of the peninsula and east bay as well. partly sunny skies san jose. we are looking at partly cloudy skies for today. our on shore breeze continues. our cool down continues. we'll be a few degrees cooler in the afternoon. we are a few degrees cooler as we start the morning. westerly wind sfo. 54 in oakland. wide spread 50s around the bay. inland we are looking at 56 for concord. 57 napa. 54-degrees in santa rosa.
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it's a beautiful day. we have it cloudy and cool once again. you guessed it right along the coastline. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy expected for the coast. satellite radar the changes we've been talking about over the last couple of days now materializing. you can see even a little bit of light rain falling over northern california. most of it not hitting just yet but it will continue to sink over the course of the evening. and then by tomorrow morning it looks like we could actually get a shot at some rain with the best chance coming late morning into the afternoon. he's your forecast. let me show you what happens. i will pick it up. notice the time stamp monday 7:00 a.m.. so for the morning drive mostly gray. maybe a little bit of drizzle. maybe a few scattered showers. by 10:00 or so 11:00 it becomes a little more wide spread. by noontime if you have outdoor plans for lunch it looks like we could see wet weather there. and by 1:00 and 2:00 it's moving out of the north bay and out of here in time for the evening drive.
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a few .01 a possibility. maybe a tenth of an inch in some areas as we get more rain in the north bay. outside of that it will be a few sprinkles. 77 petaluma expected for today. 79 santa rosa. 73 san rafael. enjoy your sunday it will be nice in most cases. 69 oakland. 70 degrees san leandro. we expect the on shore breeze to pick up. 80-degrees in walnut creek. low 80s concord and livermore. 75 down spool the south bay. san jose. 74 santa clara. 73 sunnyvale. 66 san bruno. 68 san mateo. 71 in redwood city. low 60s if you are heading to the city for afternoon fun. upper 50s low 60s partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for the coast. there is the extended forecast. notice the spiral in our temperatures. boy that take a big plunge into monday. tuesday will be dry but we will remain cool and then we get
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actually into well we will call it seasonal numbers wednesday into thursday. upper 70s low 80s for the inland areas. low to mid 60s expected for the coast. back to the desk. it is a celebration fit for a queen. the colorful water parade going on in london right now to honor queen elizabeth. >> and chaos and panic as a gunman opens fire inside of a canadian mall. search for the shooter is under way. >> let's take you outside. there is the bay bridge toll plaza right now. the chp was working on an accident we told you about earlier. three vehicles involved. there is an ambulance or an emergency vehicle still in the area right there by the toll plaza. there were several lanes briefly closed because of debris in the lanes but that has all been cleared up. traffic moving smoothly as they figure out what caused that accident. it's 8:09 you are watching mornings on 2.
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labor because of the stress. >> we were working and then we saw people running. we had to lock the door security came. they told us we had to lock the doors. go to the back. we went to lock down and then they toldtous evacuate the wild -- they told us to evacuate the building. >> the injuries to man that was killed indicate he was the target of the shooting. >> police are looking at surveillance tapes right now and trying to follow up on leads to catch that killer. at any moment now the man charged with killing florida teenager trayvon martin is expected to turn himself in. attorney for george zimmerman said his client returned to florida to surrender. the judge gave him until this afternoon to turn himself in. he lied to how much money he had access to. the pot of syria says his government had nothing to do with last weeks hulo massacre. he said not even monsters would
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carry out such an ugly crime. he blamed terrorists for the massacre. this weekend in san francisco a small group of children took part in a graphic representation of the massacre. they were part of a rally to call to the international community to stop the violence in syria. most of the victims had been shot at close range or stabbed. >> the international community that keeps watching as venezuela sens 35,000 tons of diesel to syria. they keep watching as they send ships to syria laiden with arms. the world keeps watching as iran sends ships to syria with arms. >> yesterday secretary of state hillary clinton discussed the situation in syria with her russian counterpart. they say they need to help
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syria create a transition strategy. it's called the biggest celebration on the river in 350 years. thousands are taking part in queen elizabeth diamond jubilee. the queen is leading 1,000 boats down the river. it's all part of a four-day celebration to mark the queen's 60th year on the crown. thousands are expected to attend the event. here is a live look from london. thousands are there. you can see the boats going by right now. more than 50 members of the royal family are by the queen's side tea. that includes popular prince william and kate the duchess. celebrations started saturday with royal day at the races. the queen watched a horse with a courtly name of cam lot win the derby. they waved to the cheering crowd of 130,000.
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congratulating a jockey there. >> i'm wearing my crown jewels. i haven't got my hat with me. it's for tomorrow. >> the celebration continues tomorrow with street parties and also a concert in front of birmingham palace. the big batch wraps up tuesday. donald trump was out campaigning with mitt romney in carolina. >> we need a president that has business. we need a president that has business ability. we also need a president that has heart. mitt romney has a lot of heart. and the reason i decided not to run is i got to know him. >> he spoke friday night at the state republican convention in north carolina and during the speech trump spent a lot of time questioning president obama's birthplace. democrats have been pressuring mitt romney to disassociate himself from trump and the birth certificate issue. president obama took the day off campaigning yesterday and
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instead went to visit his old home in chicago. he was seen strolling through his old neighborhood with his security detail and one of his advisors. along the way he greeted supporters and started to chat with some people. >> i heard someone yell mr. president. we ran up to him and talked with him. he asked everyone how they were doing. >> this is the first time the president went home in over a year. later in the day he did fly to camp david where he spent the night and will head back to the white house this morning. more americans are delaying requirement than ever before. according to the u.s. bureau of labor statistics. nearly 1-5 people 60 and olderer still in the work force. the number of workers over 75 has never been higher. many of those seniors say they are just not ready to retire while others are still working because their savings have been hurt by the economic downturn. >> a lot of people haven't saved enough. therefore they need to work
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longer in order to save more or need additional income for as long as possible to supplement what they possibly could get from social security. >> and the number of seniors in the work force is expected to increase further as the generation of baby boomers ages. a shelter for young homeless pregnant women by soon close. they found cay is a on 62nd would not hold up top an earthquake. the building needs to close. the five women who live there right now could be evicted. it's one of two centers in the east bay that accepts pregnant women and allows them to stay two months after giving birth. antioch city leaders are stepping up efforts to rid light. instead they are going to hire an outside firm to address the year. antioch officials want to bring back code enforcement. there have been a recent rash of squatters taking over vacant homes. the contract between the city
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and outside consultant could be signed in a week. today there will be a memorial service for three-time san mateo mayor john lee. he died after battling lung cancer. he spent 12 years on the council before retiring. lee was 81 years old. mothers against drunk driving walked to spread the message for alcohol free parties for teenagers. hundreds participated yesterday in the 5k walk. m.a.d. says this time of year during the prom and graduation season could be dangerous for teens. many celebrate by drinking. i was walking up to mc that event that raised nearly $45,000. a woman in arizona is facing charges after police say she left her baby on the top of her car and then drove off. phoenix police found the five week old baby in a car seat in
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the middle of the road around 1:00 yesterday morning. police say the baby's 19-year- old mother apparently put the car seat on the roof of her car and then forgot it was there and took off. officers say she had been smoking marijuana with her boyfriend. >> it does not appear that immediately she realized what happened. i think that perhaps she got where she was going and realized that she did not have the baby in the car. >> fortunately the baby wasn't hurt but he is now in the custody of arizona child protective services. his mother facing one count of aggravated dui and one count of child abuse. a big grass fire in san mateo county what caused it and why it left thousands of people without power. >> additional cooling in the forecast for your sunday. i'll have what you can expect coming pup.
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a downed power like may have sparked a grass fire in brisbane. it started around 1:30 yesterday afternoon. fire burned at least ten acres and knocked out power to 1300 customers. it took three hours to get the fire under control. all power has been restored and no one was hurt. firefighters are trying to determine the cause of a fire yesterday. cal fire says at one point the fires burned close to home before crews surrounded that fire. a rare site in our sky on tuesday. it's called the transit of
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venus. it happens when venus passes in front of the sun. you are looking at it when it happened in 2004. if you missed that one don't miss it again. it won't happen until 2117. that is right 105 years from now. you can't look at the sun directly but you can look at it projected on paper through a telescope and nasa is even going to stream it live on the internet to make it easier for us to watch. nice if you like fog. nice if you like sun depends on where you are in the bay area. >> that is what is great about the bay area. what area you like you can typically find it. you head to the coast it will be cool again. if you head inland you are look at 70s and even low 80s for the afternoon. giving you a live look from san rafael. isn't that a beautiful shot? deck of low clouds floating by. we've got temperatures holding in the 50s at this hour. mostly clear to mostly gray depending on where you are at. typical for the bay area.
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for the afternoon we will roll those numbers back for the inland areas a few degrees. upper 70s for santa rosa today. low 80s livermore. 84 degrees expected for concord. 75 san jose. you can see for yourself anywhere 2-4-degrees on this map. 2-5 degrees expected for the inland areas. along the coast very limb hear -- very similar weather. low 60s in the city for the afternoon. if you will see the giants play today 61 degrees at game time. low 60s remaining for the second half. around the east bay upper 60s in the forecast. mid to upper 70s near walnut creek. concord expected to hit 80 degrees. right around antioch and pittsburgh and into brentwood with we are looking at low to mid 80s for your afternoon. there is your extended forecast. boy what a plunge. today into tomorrow 69 degrees for your monday. if you are just joining us looks like we could get a few
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sprinkles overhead on monday. we dry out. tuesday cool, dry and numbers rolling back up. back to you. heavy rains and tornadoes hit the mid atlantic this weekend causing one serious injury. violent storms in pennsylvania, maryland, and virginia caused a fabric golf dome near pittsburgh to collapse. downpours left drivers stranded on flooded roads and heavy wind ruined businesses and homes and boats. here's a scary experience for kids be this water rescue shows how dangerous streams and rivers could be during rainstorm. three teenage boys walked along a stream in maryland. a moment later the rising water carried them downstream. they found a place to stand under a bridge. firefighters didn't have much to plan because the water was rising quickly. >> when the first unit got there the water rose in a first foot or two. >> they managed to get safety
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gunfire breaks out during a barbecue in the park and the hunt this morning is on for the gunman. good morning, and welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> police worked through the night and morning trying to figure out who is behind the deadly shooting.
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two of the victims are shooting for their lives. christien kafton is live now from crest range park which is in the north side of vallejo with what police say happened. >> reporter: we talked with several neighbors around this park and none of them wanted to appear rob camera for fear they could be targeted next. the quiet neighborhood out here they all -- all the neighbors describe hearing a series of three or four shots a distinct pause and another series of shots. they saw a number of people come running out of the park. this morning one man is dead and police say three others are recovering from bullet wounds. police say the shootings started at 8:15 last night as family was at a barbecue and picnic. witnesses tell police someone in a dark colored car started shooting. the victims did not wait for ambulances. by the time the police arrived they had been driven to two different area hospitals. a 57-year-old man died from his injuries. a 67-year-old woman was listed in critical condition last night as was a 17-year-old boy.
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a 35-year-old man is recovering from a bullet wound to his arm. we stopped by vallejo police department about three hours ago two hours ago looking for an update on this story. at this time police are not identifying the family involved or speculating about a motive. you can see this picnic table here. evidence of how quickly the family abonn donned this park -- abandoned this park. investigators are asking anyone with information to come forward. we are live in vallejo christien kafton ktvu channel 2 news. no matter the number they are thrilled any time they can get a weapon off the streets. police received a dozen firearms yesterday in the gun buy back program. weapons range from shotguns to rifles and revolvers. >> every gun off the street is one less gun that can hurt innocent person. so for us it's worthwhile to do it just for that reason alone. >> police ran serial numbers of
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each weapon to see if any were stolen. if they were they will be returned to the rightful owners. a petaluma man is behind bars in connection to a stabbing. it all happened late friday night in the 400 block of green briar circle. there was a fight that broke out between the suspect and the victim. tony has been booked into the jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. dive teams will start searching the reservoir for any signs of the sierra lamar. they have been searching for the is girl since chekist appeared on march 16th. meanwhile family and friends have not lost hope of finding sierra alive. volunteers went out for the 24th time yesterday searching for any clues in her disappearance. sierra's father says the volunteer searches help to keep their family going during the difficult time. >> the worst thing is not knowing. the worst thing is not knowing and still there.
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>> the next volunteer search is scheduled for this coming wednesday. san francisco fire chief says two firefighters killed in the line of duty last year left a lasting legacy that is going to benefit the department for years to come. the fire department rang a bell yesterday at 10:58 marking the first anniversary of the death of vincent perez. a house fire suddenly flaired up and engulfed them in flames killing them. >> i still miss him and keep praying. >> we did learn some lessons. we are continuing to develop new policies to address certain things. whether it's windy conditions. >> the department unvailed a black honoring the two fallen firefighters. a review of the operations that day did lead to 25 new safety recommendations. you can find raw footage from that memorial at ktvu.com. just look for the video player.
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you can cast your ballot for the california primary coming up on tuesday. registers are open today in alameda and san francisco and santa clara counties. officials say turnout will be light because of the nature of this election and how the voting process has changed in recent years. >> for a low turnout election we'll see i don't know 75% of our turnout will be by mail. so very few people go to the polls anymore. >> we never give up. always encourage. people die for the right to vote. >> all california polling places will be open on tuesday election day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.. for more on the upcoming election visit ktvu.com and click on the news tab and scroll down to the politics page. former family feud host richard dawson has died. he was known for kissing thousands of women during his run on the family feud.
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dawson was also famous for starring in hogan's hoaries. according to a posting from the son's facebook page he died from cancer. he was 79 years old. the desperate housewife actress died yesterday in her los angeles home. she has won two emmys for her roll on desperate housewives. she was 72 years old. people that live near the site of the warriors future arena are having their doubts. the quiet neighborhood is now booming. first at & t park and now the tech arena. some tell the chronicle it's becoming too much to deal with. neighborhoods are worried about more loud clouds, more traffic, and less space for parks. firefighters in new mexico are facing dry and windy conditions this morning as they try to contain the white with ther -- they have burned
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227,000 acres. even with more than 1200 people fighting that fire it's only 15% contained right now. two separate lightning strikes started that fire on may ninth. since then a dozen cabins and several other buildings have been destroyed. firefighters are already preparing for fire season here in the bay area. tomorrow fire season officially begins in the north bay. cal fire says it will ramp up staff in its sonoma lake napa unit. they will also hire seasonal firefighters to meet the demand of what is expected to be an active fire season. they are also encouraging patrol owners to clear the vegetation around their home. good morning, to you. another enjoyable day around the bay area. we've got a live look at san jose. mostly clear skies. clouds have rolled through. bringing us plenty of sunshine outside your door. we have a lot of sunshine over livermore. we are socked in with the gray
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and the clouds and the fog once again along the coast. and parts of the east bay as well. the on shore breeze continues. a little gusty through the delta. light breeze at sfo. you can see all this gray along the peninsula. we've got a little bit of clearing. inland areas around redwood city. partly cloudy skies over mountain view. south westerly breeze in concord 13 miles an hour. fairfield gusting to 20-25 miles an hour throughout the morning. again that on shore breeze really kicking in and bringing us the cool down yesterday additional cooling expected for today. south westerly wind at napa at 9 miles an hour. we have a system on the way. that's what is helping to bring back the on shore breeze. cooler air mass filtering in. tomorrow it looks like a built bit of rain. 57-degrees in napa. 51 san rafael.
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upper 50s and low 60s inland. 60-degrees in fairfield. so a gorgeous morning to get outdoors and head to the farmers market maybe for a run. we've got a run going on. we have the satellite radar up for you. we have a few returns already over the north corner of california. most of this is verga. this is the system that is cooling us down and bring us a few scattered showers on monday. it will stall here at least for the time being. so we have another great day in store for you today. partly cloudy skies for the coast it will be a little cool. our inland areas will be very pleasant. we will see a temperatures fall a few degrees over saturday. what impacts are we expecting from this system? a few .01 wednesday. winds anywhere from 10-20. it will be cool and seasonally cool. 50s for the coast. mid to upper 60s for some of the warmer spots. that again will come monday. let's enjoy today. 80 degrees expected for sonoma this afternoon.
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77 petaluma. 69 for berkeley as well as oakland. low 80s livermore. walnut creek a gorgeous day. 80 degrees expected for you this afternoon. santa clara valley will be nice. 74 in santa clara. mid to upper 70s. -69d degrees -- 69-degrees in santa cruz. 68 san mateo. upper 50s low 60s with that sea breeze blowing once again for the afternoon along the coast. your extended forecast again i have to point out those numbers. do you see that afternoon high on monday? 69 degrees. you will feel that difference. you may need a jacket. maybe an umbrella for the kids. on tuesday we are drying up. it will take us a little while to bounce back. low 80s by thursday. i'll have your lunchtime numbers for you coming up. >> thank you. the enterprise space shuttle is on the way to the final home. the pro toe type shuttle
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arrived in new york kennedy airport on april. look at that. today it will be taken across new york harbor to port elizabeth on a barge. then on tuesday it is going to begin the last leg of its journey by tug boat to the intrepid sea, air and space museum in manhattan. muni's busiest airline will be open tomorrow. shuttle buss are being used in its place. almost 40,000 people ride the n- judah each weekday. starting tomorrow there will be new ferry service between oakland and alameda. it's the first new ferry ride in the bay area in nearly 20 years. they will operate monday through friday during peak commute hours. people that sign up on the website will get to ride for free during the first week. 8:40. a couple with a special needs child just trying to get by and
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the family fell victim to a real scam. >> first taking a live look outside. that is 101 in san jose. traffic moving along nicely on a nice sunny day. by motorola on verizon 4g lte, you guys can stay in touch. ( grunts ) cool. you can video call on skype... send photos. yeah, okay. yeah, let's do it. get $100 off any motorola 4g lte smartphone,
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good morning, to you. a live look from emeryville this morning. look at the low clouds. some of us dealing with plenty of sunshine this morning. consider yourself lucky. investigators are trying to figure out why a nigerian cargo plane crashed into a nearby fence, slamming into a bus and killing all ten people on board that vehicle. the planes four crew members survived the crash and rushed to a nearby hospital with treatment. the plane was owned by allied air. aviation experiments are looking into possible brake failure. investigators in arizona say the discovery of five bodies in a burn the out suv found in the desert is likely connected to mexican drug cartels. the bodies were found in the desert.
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police believe the suv is the same one that was spotted fleeing from a border patrol agents earlier in the day. the sheriff says he is concerned about the growing violence in the county. egypt's top prosecutor says he will appeal the verdict that acquitted mubarak and his sons on corruption charges. thousands of people initially erupted with joy when they learned mubarak got a life sentence for killing protestors. protestors were calling for a new uprising over the acquittals. some say justice has been served. >> i think this verdict instructs us all that leaders are not immune from prosecution. >> six top police commanders accused of killing protestors were acquitted of murder charges. protestors called the trial a sham and called for mubarak to
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be executed if >> california woman has been arrested for allegedly killing her family in their home. police believe re dwi that johnson murdered her -- regina johnson murdered her husband and their son. >> mentioned her husband and daughter were dead inside the apartment. >> that relative called police and that relative told investigators that johnson had recently been laid off. family of a special needs child is being victimized by a southern california real estate scam. they paid the $2200 rent on time every month while caring for ten-year-old jesus. he sufferings for leukemia. he and his mom were -- family members shot video of the 15 minutes they were given to collect their belongings. the bank foreclosed on their home. they were paying rent to fake owners. >> this is all we have right
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now. that we were able to take out of the house. >> my brothers and sisters thought -- they brought lots of cops. because we were criminals or something. >> family did get a reprieve. realtor is letting them stay at the home for the time being. the battleship uss iowa is in the los angeles harbor. the iowa left the bay area last weekend. next saturday it's going to be moved to its permanent location and it's going to be converted into a museum. the world war ii ship became famous for carrying franklin president roosevelt to the conference. it was decommissioned back in 1989 when one of the guns exploded and killed 47 sailors. vice president joe biden's daughter has tied the knot. ashley biden married dr. krine. this is a picture of the newlyweds. ashley biden is a social worker in delaware. krine is a plastic surgeon in
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philadelphia. they released a statement saying they are happy to welcome their new son-in-law to the family. i ill hunter -- rielle hunter has released a tell all about the couples relationship. it's scheduled to be released june 26th. two years ago hunter gave an interview to gq magazine said they didn't want to capitalize on the affair to make money. they found edwards' not guilty rob campaign finance fraud and deadlock on several other charges stemming from donations made to hide the affair. former penn state football coach jerry sandusky's trial is set to start on tuesday. it comes seven months to the day after child sex abuse charges were filed against him. now if the court can't find enough impartial jurors, if they can find them rather the testimony could begin as early as monday june 11th. prosecutors say sandusky
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sexually abused boys from 1994 to 2008. he has denied the charges. at & t park looked yesterday like new york more than 100 years ago. it was turn back the clock day. in the fourth inning buster posey threw a strike to second base to retire tony as he was trying to steal. the cubs scored one run in that inning. in the sixth with the bases loaded aubrey huff walked on a close pitch and ryan came home with the tying run. thenway keen hit a chopper which scored cabrera. giants win 2-1 at matt cain struck out the rest. fresh off the dl brandon worked out of a mini jam in the third. with gordon on third he fanned mike and the game stayed all
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evening. josh redubbing was to drive a gap in right center. kirk and weeks scored as redubbing went to third. 4-1a's. still two outs. broke his bat and dumped one into right. right there. and redubbing came home. a's win 9-3. warren buffets auction with a private lunch begins today. you have from 7:30 tonight until friday june 8th to make your bid. but only if you have serious cash to throw down. last year an anonymous bidder paid $2.6 million to have lunch with buffet at a new york steak house. the proceeds will go to the glide foundation to benefit san francisco's glide church. instead of lunch with warren buffet how about spending $1.6 million for a comic book. that is how much a rare tin tin comic book cover was sold for.
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it sold in 2008 for $948,000. it is one of the biggest and most popular bashes in the bay area. a look inside the black and white ball and the music aye cons that headlined -- icons that headlined the event. >> giving you a look outside the door it's mostly gray skies. mostly clear inland. i'll take a look at your afternoon highs coming up.
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and we want to take you now live back to london for the diamond jubilee celebration that is under way. you can see out there the wind is blowing. it's cool, it's drizzly but that is not stopping thousands of people from attending the event. that boat right there part of the ship going down the river and in london this morning britain's queen elizabeth is leading that of 1,000 boats down the river. you see everyone got their umbrellas out but that is london they are used no that weather. again this is a four-day celebration that celebrates the quinoas 60 years on the thrown. the world's largest hiv fundraiser is under way. aids life cyclingist raise money for people living with hiv and aids. opening ceremonies kicked off the 6:00 this morning at the cow palace in daly city.
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now more than 2200 bicyclist are on their way to harvey west park. the 545-mile ride will raise an estimated $11 million for the aids foundation. combination of drugs is offering new hope in the fight against breast cancer. it abouts as a smart bomb against breast cancer cells without damaging healthy ones. they were tested on women that had different forms of the disease. researchers found it does keep cancer at bay for longer than conventional treatments. it also reduces side effects associated with other traditional cancer treatments such as hair loss. actress kathryn houston has lost her battle with cancer. she also played the president's secretary on the west wing. she was 72 years old. thousands of people put on their best black and white formal ware for the biggest parties.
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this years black and white ball was held last night at the civic center. the ball is a fundraiser for the san francisco symphony education program. it brings music to over 75,000 bay area kids every year. >> all of their education programs and their wonderful programs developed and the musicians it's really very meaningful and important. >> there was music on five stages last night including performances by cindy and paul simon. tickets cost between $250 and $5,000 a piece. >> and they had gorgeous weather for that event last night. it's changing a little bit. if you have outdoor plans enjoy today. right? >> yeah. we have nice weather in store once again for today. we will be slightly cooler. especially our inland areas continue to watch the temperatures fall off seasonal numbers. that's what we are looking at for today. and since it's early june it will feel pretty good. we are dealing with low clouds along the coast. partly cloudy for the afternoon. sinking into the bay and across into the east bay we have
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mostly gray skies. mostly clear for the majority of our inland areas down into san jose. major cool down expected for monday. we'll hold on to that cool weather for tuesday. but we are talking about rain if you are just joining us. possibility of scattered showers in the forecast for your monday. for this morning 50s to low 60s as we get into the 9:00 hour. lunchtime will feel pretty good around the bay and inland. 60s to low 70s and into the afternoon upper 50 to low 60s for the coast. on shore breeze blowing for this morning and continue for the afternoon. 60s and 70s around the bay. 70s to low 80s expected for our inland valley locations. there is your extended forecast. huge plunge in our ash highs expected by monday. upper 60s for the warmest areas. and then as we get into tuesday we will remain dry but cool and then wednesday into thursday we notice that the warmup will be back with us. but again that chance for rain coming on monday. we'll take a look at the latest
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model for you coming up. another san francisco tradition continues today. the 35th annual union street festival kicked off. this year there is an ez koa urban theme which means in addition to the food, the shopping, arts, and crafts you will see demonstrations on sustainable living and cooking. you can check it all out today. >> a pack of tiny dogs took over the park. dozens of canines with colorful outfits turned out for the spca whole economy way what. weekend barbecue ends in horror. searching for the gunman that turned a family park into his own shooting gallery. >> take a look at this video a car into a utility pole.
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makes reacting to news -- neighbors are reacting to a deadly shooting in vallejo that park this morning. a car wraps around i-ah tilt -- a utility poll in the east bay. and he was part game show
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host and part ladies' man. saying farewell to a family feud kissing bandit. >> bay area news coverage continues, this is ktvu channel 2 news mornings on 2. >> i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. mornings on 2 is going to end early at 9:30 this morning because of nascar. racers going to take on the monster mile which is in dover delaware. here at home, though, we are taking on a bit of a change in the weather as rosemary is watching that for us. >> the bigger changes coming together. today subtle changes continuing in the way of our cooldown. we are dealing with clouds along the coast and inside the bay this morning, a cooler start, anywhere from three to 6 degrees if you're getting outside this morning, you may notice this and then for the afternoon, partly cloudy skies and afternoon sea breeze by monday, late season showers in the forecast. i'll break it down for you coming up. one person is dead and three others injured after a shooting at a vallejo park.
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it happened at an outdoor party and right now police are still searching for the gunman. christian kaplan has more. >> reporter: we have talked to neighbors here around crest ranch park this morning and they describe a series of three or four shots, a pause, then another series of gunshots, one neighbor says he then saw a number of people running out of the park. this morning one man dead. police say three others recovering from bullet wounds. police say the shootings started at about 8:15 saturday night as a family was at a barbecue here. someone in a dark colored sedan start shooting at the victims. at the time vallejo police arrived, they had been driven to two different area hospitals. a 57-year-old man died from his injuries. a 67-year-old woman was listed in critical condition last night as was a 17-year-old boy. a 35-year-old man is also
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recovering from a bullet wound to his arm. neighbors tell us that violence is unusual for this park. >> i'm surprised. i'm surprised because like i told you, nothing happened. i live in here for eight years and that's the first time. >> reporter: vallejo police, we have been looking for an update from them this morning. at this time police not identifying the family involved or speculating about a motive. you can see how quickly those people must have left from the park yesterday. there are still items left here on one of the picnic tables. police are still looking for that gunman who opened fire last night. if you know anything about this case or know who the gunman might be, get in contact with the police. for now live here in vallejo, christian kaplan, ktvu channel 2 news. a double shooting in downtown oakland sent a man and two the hospital. someone fired several shots on 14th and broadway around 9:45 last night. the man was found shot in the leg near a magazine store.
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the female victim found a block away. she had been shot in the chest. police don't know if this was a robbery or if the victims knew each other. so far no suspects or arrests in this case. also overnight, a car slammed into a utility pole in san leandro. it happened 2:30 around east 14th street and 163rd avenue. the chp says a woman ran her car into the pole, knocking it about 10 feet off its foundation. the driver apparently failed a sew brightest test -- sobriety test and arrested on a drunk driving charge. giants third baseman is being investigated for sexual assault. a woman claimed sandoval assaulted her after meeting her at a bar in santa cruz. he was not arrested and played last night. the attorney says the incident was consensual. the woman says she was too intoxicated could content.
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fans often sport sandoval hats. >> panda, it doesn't seem like something panda would do? >> there's a lot of people who lie so you don't know who to trust. >> i really hope it's not true. that's tough to hear. >> unfortunate to hear that and especially for the kids that look up to these players as their idols. >> a spokeswoman for the santa cruz county sheriff's department says several interviews taken place and the investigation is continuing. pablo fully cooperated with the sheriff's department. we have no further comment at this time. richard dawson has died. dawson hosted a game show from 1976 to 1985 and then again from 1994 to 1995. he was known for kissing thousands of women during his run on the family feud. dawson was also famous for starring in hogans heroes. according to a posting from his son's facebook page, dawson died from cancer and he was 79
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years old. today is the final day for united airlines at oakland airport. the airline is ending service there after 75 years. the last flight leaves this afternoon. united had just one route left at oakland flying 11 times a week to denver. united has a major hub and maintenance base at san francisco airport. travelers flying in and out of san francisco face delays and cancellations today. it closed one of its runways to make lighting repairs. that prompted airlines to cancel at least 36 flights last night. short flights were delayed one to two hours, long flights delayed 30 minutes. investigators are trying to determine whether drugs or alcohol played a role in a bizarre incident at the airport. a man ran through the terminal completely naked. they spotted monroy walking around without his clothes in the parking lot. so they chased him through terminal b and then finally
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arrested him in front of a security checkpoint. one of the officers suffered minor injuries but airport operations were not affected. a berkeley man rescued his 92-year-old grandmother after part of his home went up in flames. the fire broke out over midnight. worked its way from the first floor to the second where curtis harris son's grand -- harrison's grandmother was sleeping. he believes an electrical socket may have been overloaded. a downed powerline may have sparked a grass fire in business bain -- brisbane. the fire burned at least 10 acres and then power outage knocked out power to more than 1300 customers. took about three hours to get the fire under control. all power has since been restored and no one was hurt. antioch city leaders are stepping up efforts to rid blythe from that city. they couldn't find anyone to fill the position so they are going to hire an outside firm to try to address this issue.
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antioch officials want to bring back code enforcement. there's been a recent rash of squatters taking over vacant homes. a contract between the city and the outside consultant could be signed in a week. a shelter for young homeless pregnant women in oakland may soon have to close. a recent inspection found it would not hold up during an earthquake. the archdiocese owns that building and says it needs to close. the five women living there could be evicted. it is one of two centers in the east bay that does accept pregnant women and allows them to stay for up to two months after giving birth. you can cast your ballot now for tuesday's election. just a few dozen people turned out to cast their ballots yesterday. elections officials say turnout will be light because of the nature of this election and how the voting process has changed in recent years. >> for a low turnout election,
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we will see 75% of our turnout will be by mail, so very few people go to the polls anymore. >> we never give up. always encourage, people died for the right to vote. >> all california polling places will be open on tuesday, election day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for more on the upcoming elections, visit ktvu.com and click on the "news" tab and scroll down to the politics page. muni's busiest rail line should be up and running this time tomorrow. they shut down it to replace worn out rails a little more than a week ago. shuttle buses have been used in its replacement and almost 40,000 people have had to make other arrangements because they ride it each weekday. the rail upgrade also forced the church line to curtail its route at church and market service. new ferry service tomorrow. it is the first new ferry route in the bay area in nearly 20
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years. the oyster point terminal ferry is going to operate monday through friday during peak commute periods and people who sign up on the east bay ferry website can get a ride for free during the first week. good morning to you. it is going to be another beautiful day around the bay area, cloudy and cool out the coast right now, but partly cloudy for the afternoon. we are looking at, well, that low cloud deck floating across the bay, this from the north bay and that shot you can see just the top of the tower is actually a great view with the blue skies up above it. we are seeing just a little peak of sunshine along the coastline and inside the bay at this hour. partly cloudy skies again, expected for the afternoon. our temperatures will be a little bit cooler this afternoon. in fact, they are a little bit cooler right now than where we started saturday morning. 54 degrees in san francisco, 55 oakland, upper 50s in areas around redwood city, menlo park into palo alto, 59 vas 59
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santa rosa. the onshore breeze continues to blow and through the delta this morning gusty, anywhere from 20 to 25 miles per hour so you may see the trees swaying a little bit outside your door near fairfield, concord and into areas near antioch but shouldn't be too bad. we've got this system here that continues to cool down our air mass, continues our onshore breeze and by tomorrow will bring us rain. you can even see the returns there over the northwest corner of california, most of that virga not necessarily hitting the ground just yet but eventually it will. i'm going to show you what happens as we get back to work on monday morning. a few scattered showers in the forecast, keeping in mind the atmosphere is fairly dry and we could see this as virga but mostly gray skies, by about 10:00 or 11:00 it becomes widespread, sprinkles hitting the ground by about noontime, the lunchtime could be soggy, damp, by 1:00, 2:00 it begins to leave the north bay, still
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over the south bay. sierra, high elevation snow expected about nine thousand feet. it's going to be a rainy cool one in yosemite. forecasted highs for today, 79 santa rosa, 78 novato, sleet toes 65 -- salts athlete partly cloudy and 71 redwood city, mid-70s palo alto, low 60s in san francisco if you're going to watch the giants play today, maybe heading out to sunday streets later this morning, there's your extended forecast, numbers will take a dive. our afternoon high 69 degrees expected, cool on tuesday, rebounding wednesday into thursday. back to you. a dramatic water rescue shows how dangerous streams can
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be during rainstorms. three teenaged boys walking along a stream in maryland were swept away when the water quickly rose. they got stuck under a bridge. volunteer firefighters lowered firefighters down, pulled the boys up and treated them for hyperthermia. chaos inside a busy shopping center. gun fire in canada's most popular malls. the diamond jubilee. how the brits are celebrating 60 years on the throne for queen elizabeth ii. first take you outside. you're take a live look at 280 and 17, this is in san jose, and we are getting a look at lots of different directions of traffic and everything looking great. no major traffic problems to report around the bay area on this beautiful sunday morning. it is 9:13, you're watching mornings on 2. 0!ockñ?çóxo?ñ=çñññçvxqx?ñññ?óioy
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good morning to you. a live look there, blue skies over walnut creek, 80 degrees expected this afternoon. police say they have a description of a possible suspect in a deadly mall shooting in canada. >> everybody downstairs. >> the gunman killed one person and wounded seven others in a busy food court in toronto's downtown eaton center.
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two people in critical condition. and other people trampled. a pregnant woman went into labor from stress and panicked shoppers tried to hide or escape that mall. >> we were working and then we saw people running. we had to lock the door, security came, told us we had to lock the door, go to the back. we went to lockdown and then they told us to evacuate the building. >> the injuries to the man who was killed certainly indicate that he was the targeted victim of this shooting but there are a number of other people who were clearly innocent bystanders. >> police are looking at surveillance tapes and following up on leads to catch the killer. at any moment now, the man charged with killing florida teenager trayvon martin is expected to turn himself in. an attorney for george zimmerman says his client has returned to florida to surrender. on friday a judge revoked zimmerman's bail and gave him until this afternoon to turn himself in. the judge says he lied about how much money he had access to when he was freed on bond back in april. investigators in ghana trying to figure out why a
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nigerian cargo plane crashed and crashed into a bus and killed the people in the bus. the plane owned by allied air was landing at the time of the crash. aviation experts are looking into possible break failure -- brake failure. egypt's top prosecutor says he will appeal the -- thousands initially erupted with joy yesterday when they learned mubarak got a life sentence for killing protesters. this means all charges must be reviewed including the murder conviction. some observers said justice had been served. >> i think this verdict against president mubarak certainly instructs us all that leaders are not immune from prosecution. >> six managers accused of killing protesters were accused of murder charges, the judge --
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the president of syria says his government had nothing do with last week's massacre. in a televised speech, he says not any monsters would carry out such a crime. he said his country is facing a real war. more than 100 people killed during that massacre and nearly half of them children. in election news, donald trump was out campaigning for mitt romney in north carolina this weekend. >> we need a president who has business acumen, we need a president who has business ability. we also need a president who has heart. mitt romney has a lot of heart, and the reason i decided not to run is i got to know him. >> he spoke friday night at the state republican convention in north carolina. during the speech trump spent a lot of time questioning president obama's birth place. democrats have been pressuring mitt romney to distance himself from trump and the birther issue. president obama took the
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day off from campaigning yesterday. instead, he went to visit his old home in chicago. he was seen strolling through his neighborhood yesterday morning with his security detail and one of his advisors. along the way he greeted his supporters and even stopped to chat with some supreme. >> i miss the president so we ran up and president obama was walking down the street. he came up to the corner where we were, took our hand and shaked it. >> this is the first time the president has gone home in over a year. later in the day he flew to camp david where he spent the night. he heads back to the white house this morning. it's being called the biggest celebration on the river in 350 years. in london this morning thousands are taking part in queen elizabeth's diamond jubilee. the queen is leading an arrest mauda of one -- armada of 1000 boats. the celebration actually started yesterday with a royal day at the races, one of the
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queen's favorite past times. the queen watched a horse with the courtly name of camelot win the derby. the queen dressed in her royal blue coat you can see there and her matching hat waved to the cheering crowd of 130,000. roya part. >> i'm wearing my crown jewels. >> i haven't got my hat with me. my hat is for tomorrow. >> can't forget the hat. the celebration continues tomorrow with street parties and also a concert in front of buckingham palace. the big bash will wrap up on tuesday with a service at st. paul's cathedral. thousands of people in san francisco put their best black and white formal wear this weekend on for one of the biggest parties in the bay area. this year's black and white ball was held last night at the civic center. the ball is a fundraiser for the symphony's music education program. organizers say the program brings music to over 75,000 bay area kids every year.
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>> all of their education programs and their wonderful programs developed by the musicians is meaningful and important. >> music on five stages last night including performed by -- performances by cyndi lauper and paul simon. a mother accused of driving away while leaving the baby on the top of her car. how the child is doing today. a cooldown continues for your sunday. i'll have what you can expect for your area coming up.
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a woman in arizona is facing charges after police say she left her baby on the top of her car and then drove off. phoenix police found the 5-week- old baby still in the car seat in the middle of the road, around 1:00 yesterday morning. police say the baby's 19-year- old mother had apparently put the car seat on the roof of her car and then forgot it was
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there. police say she had been smoking marijuana with her boyfriend. >> it does not appear that immediately she realized what happened. i think that perhaps she got where she was going and realized that she did not have the baby in the car. >> the baby is okay and he is now in the custody of arizona child protective services. the mother is now facing one count of aggravated dui and one count of child abuse. the world's largest hiv/aids fundraiser now underway. aids life cycle is a seven day bike ride from san francisco to los angeles to raise money for people living with hiv or aids. opening ceremonies kicked off at 6:00 this morning at the cow palace in daly city. the 545-mile ride will raise an estimated lech million dollars for the -- $11 million for the san francisco aids foundation and the l.a. gay and lesbian center. mothers against drunk driving wants to spread the
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message of alcohol-free party for teenagers. hundreds participated in the 5k walk at chavez park along the berkeley marina. m.a.d.d. says this time of year the prom and grad season can be dangerous for teens, many of who celebrate by drinking. the event raised nearly $45,000 to support the victims of drunk driving and educating young people about the dangers. warren buffett's auction for a private lunch with the billionaire begins today. it starts at 7:30 tonight and then you're going to have until friday, june 8th to put in your bid on ebay, but you are going to need some serious cash to participate. last year an anonymous bidder paid $2.6 million to have lunch with buffett at a new york steakhouse. the proceeds are going to go to the glide foundation for a benefit for san francisco's glide church. >> you're going to make a bid, aren't you? >> yeah, an early one. it won't be -- time to check in with rosemary. going to be a pretty nice day today, huh? >> it is going to be a nice
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day. we have fair weather in the forecast for you once again, a mix of sunshine and clouds out there this morning, mostly sunny inland and mostly cloudy skies over parts of the coast. the sea breeze will be back this afternoon which means if you're near the coast it's going to be brisk and cool. if you're inland where we are looking at 80 degrees in some cases, low 80s near antioch, that afternoon sea breeze may feel pretty good. temperatures are going to be seasonal for this time of year, slightly cooler than what we got on saturday and then in the -- into monday that chance for showers is going to roll in and looks like we could actually see a few sprinkles hitting the ground between 10:00 and noontime and into the early afternoon will be our best shot, at least that's what the models are indicating right now. upper 60s in the forecast for the afternoon, so well below average for early june. we will be dry and cool tuesday and then we get back to the 70s and low 80s by wednesday and thursday. >> and again, where is your best chance of getting a little wet? >> over the north bay, as usual. >> always the north bay. >> a few 100s, maybe up to 1/10
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of an inch for some of the water spots. >> welcome to june. >> thanks. >> thanks. that's our report for this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> and up next it is the nascar race from dover, delaware and be sure to join ktvu for our next newscast which is at 5:00. of course we are always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thanks for joining us. have a great sunday, everyone. >> take care. for complete bay area news coverage, stay with ktvu channel 2 news and ktvu.com, news and weather available anytime you need it. whoever said that "less is more"
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