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a young girl drowns in this san mateo lagoon. how she inned up in the water and somehow neighbors are reaching out to her family. >> day-time highs will be rolling back for your sunday. we'll have a look coming up. >> right now thousands of people are making their way to the olympic club for the final day of the u.s. open. good morning and happy fathers day.
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welcome to mornings on two i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. a little cooler than yesterday? >> yeah. not as hot. we are talking about concord that hit 103 yesterday, 93 today. plenty warm along the coast and bay. we will begin to roll back those numbers. san francisco hit 86 yesterday. 70 degrees expected for today. if you are heading to the u.s. open, bring a light jacket you just may need it. we'll talk about your current conditions coming up. we begin with a tragic loss in san mateo county. a family is in mourning for the death of a three-year-old girl that drowned. alex savidge is live there with more on what happened. >> reporter: good morning. yes, this girl's family grieving after the three-year- old wondered away from her apartment in the complex and drowned in this lagoon. this morning you can see here a
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memorial has been set up here. it was last night when neighbors gathered to hold a candle light vigil. the girl's family called 911 to report her missing just after 4:00 in the afternoon. san mateo police came here and launched a search. we are told it was a neighbor that found the girl floating unresponsive in this lagoon that is ajay isn't -- adjacent to the apartment complex. they did cpr but they could not revive this little girl. neighbors say they feel awful. >> three-year-old kid they are gone in a minute. you can't blame the parents for that. oh my god. the rest of their life will be hell. >> reporter: we did talk last night with the girl's father off camera. ktvu crew did. he did not want to speak on camera about what happened. only saying his daughter had a beautiful smile. the san mateo county coroners
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office won't be larging an investigation -- won't be launching an investigation. a funeral is being planned for a 13-year-old petaluma boy that died while trying to help push a stranded truck off of highway 101. trevor smith was on his way to a birthday party when a truck carrying some of the party guests ran out of gas. he got out to help push the truck when he fell and was run over. authorities have not decided whether to file any criminal charges in the case. oakland police are searching for the driver responsible for a fatal hit and run crash. it happened at 10:00 last night near international boulevard. officers responding to the scene after getting reports of a fight. when they got there they found the body in the street. witnesses told them the driver hit the victim and nearby white suv and took off. they are inspecting that suv and crash site for clues about the suspects vehicle. no suspect information has been released. two women were hurt in a
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freak accident in eastern contra corsica county. they were on the back of the boat when a hydrocoil broke apart and struck them. both women were rushed to the hospital with head injuries. the harbor master says with a lot of people on and off the water everyone must pay close attention. >> be aware of your surroundings. slow down especially when you see a skier or wake border in the water. just pay attention. >> the contra costa county sheriffs office is investigating the accident. if you didn't enjoy sweltering temperatures as high as 106 degrees yesterday you are in luck, there there is a cooling trend beginning. kids kept cool at the downtown playground. officials at water world said they saw three times the number of visitors than on an average day. >> kids are out of school and
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over triple digit temperatures it will bring out crowds. >> a lot of kids. a lot of kids and a lot of people. >> the usual crowd was twice as big as lake temiscow in oakland. they probably had a better time than that guy right there wearing hot dog snugy. you know i actually love this heat. once the sun went down, rosemary the hot summer nights. >> oh yeah. there is a best part of summer for some of us. boy it was hot out there yesterday in some areas. especially if you didn't have ac. no ac at my house. getting a look outside. we do have the fog that coastal cloud deck. back along the coastline. not expecting it to move far inland but it will eventually. today we are starting to see the changes. first the coast along the because and our inland areas will begin to see it by a little bit today and more so by
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tomorrow. take a look at what we are experiencing the next couple of days. yesterday was the hot etc.. today we'll see anywhere from 5- 10 degrees of cooling for the inland areas. more like 10-15 closer to the coast. and monday the numbers are back in the mid 80s for our inland valley locations. this morning waking up again with low cloud and fog cloud out there and we will continue to see this right off the coastline. it's not going to move too far inland. but later today we will see it return to the coast and by tomorrow and into tuesday it will move farther inland. right now current temperatures very mild out there. in many cases. 67-degrees in fair feel. 66 in concord. 70 degrees at this hour in livermore. it will be another warm one. 59 in oakland right now. 63 for san rafael. 66 in san francisco. so along the coastline again already seeing the changes. the transition to an on shore breeze is already happening later this morning. for santa rosa expected for
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the afternoon. 88 for san rafael. 70 degrees in sausalito. mid 70s for oakland. 80s to 90s as you get farther inland. 92 walnut creek. 96 livermore. 95 expected in antioch. in the south bay 87 for san jose. 84 sunnyvale. while we are still very warm, you should notice the difference. not as hot. 85 redwood city. 78 san mateo. 70 degrees this afternoon in the city. 60s for the coast. 70s yesterday and looking at 60s and continuing to cool into monday. mississippi tuesday into wednesday we do rebound just a bit. summer arrives on wednesday and then on thursday we are cooling it back into the 80s once again for the inland valley locations. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. the u.s. open wraps up today in san francisco with all eyes on the oh limp i believe club own the world's best golfers. they want the open to be golf's
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toughest test. ktvu allie rasmus joins us live from san francisco with more on what is ahead. good morning, allie. >> reporter: just to tell you where we are. we are just down the main entrance of the olympic club where thousands will make their way through this portal to watch the final day of the u.s. open. all the people you see coming down the hill, they have just come from shuttles that have taken them from candle stick park all the way over here. the olympic club there is not a lot of parking in this area. skyline boulevard is closed off to traffic. if people want to get here they are starting at candle stick park. they go through and get their tickets scanned and walk through this main entrance. we started the morning just like all these other people you see here. we started at candle stick park, we hopped on the shuttle and talked to people here because it's fathers day. we talked to a father and son team that was from missouri.
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came all the way from missouri to watch this final day of the u.s. open. a lot of people told us they are here to sigh the top players in person. they have watched these events for years on tv but there is nothing like watching it in person and getting that experience. they said they were curious to see if tiger woods does any better today than he did yesterday. he shot five over par yesterday which is his worst score ever at a major championship after starting the round in the lee. jim furyk and graeme mcdowell are the ones to watch. tee off is at 9:20. people are already making their way down here. thousands of people are expected to watch today especially because it is fathers day and this is a big event and something people have been looking forward to. live in san francisco allie rasmus ktvu channel 2 news. >> the first golfers do tee off at 9:20 this morning. former uc berkeley star charlie
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wii begins at 1:20. and then 17-year-old amateur bo hosler is only four shots from the lead and he will start at 4:20. don't forget if you want to -- on the front of our web page we do have a live score board of everything that is happening over there. all you have to do is go to ktvu.com. and it is 10 after 7:00. all eyes are on greece today. the important election happening today that could impact the global economy. >> a stage killed one person and trapping several others. what we have learned. >> be careful where you park in san francisco why the city is planning to issue a lot more tickets. >> let's take you outside for a look at interstate 880 this morning. traffic very light on this fathers day sun. time now is 7:10. you're watching mornings on 2. 3q
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good morning, to you. a live look at the city. we've got fog right along the coastline this morning. afternoon highs not as hot for tea. today. greece is voting in the countries most critical election in 40 years. the new democracy party is moving neck and neck. banks and other governments fear the series of wins rejected a european bailout it could trigger another financial crisis. worst case scenario greece defaults on its debt, stops using the euro and touches off a crisis that will hit europe. for the second and final day egypt januaries are voting -- egyptians are voting for a new president to replace
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mubarak. right now the country is being run by the military. it took over last week after the parliament was desolved. while they are not happy with their choices they are hoping one of the two candidates will be able to restore order to the country. >> woodie you vote -- who did you vote for? >> he has is character to be a president. >> i don't allow any man like hosni. >> despite the election there are reports that it will intimaters who the -- it will not matter who the people vote for. one person is dead after a stage collapse an hour before a radio head concert. it happened in canada. crews were setting up the stage when it suddenly fell on top of them. the collapse left several people trapped in the rubble. >> they were setting up when the top portion of the stage
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collapsed on top of them. my understanding there is a number of people on that stage unfortunately four people were hurt. the remainder of the people when they heard the stage coming down ran from the area. >> the show was canceled after that accident. according to the bands website the 40,000 tickets were sold out. investigators are trying to determine what caused that collapse. it has been almost a year since a stage collapse killed seven people at sugar land concert. air show nearly ended in disaster. >> oh my gosh. >> viewers were shocked when that happened. that is a stunt plane that crashed at the legacy air show in eastern idaho. the pilot was doing a series of rolls when his eagle stunt plane lost power. the pilot aimed for an empty field when he went down and
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amazingly he landed safely. only suffering a broken ankle but otherwise okay. there will be a new course at this years reno air races after last years deadly crash. 11 people were killed and 70 others hurt when a vintage plane crashed. the new course will be about 150 further away from spectators. the changes will also help smooth out difficult turns for pilots. this years show starts on september 16th. four climbers are presumed dead after an avalanche on the highest mountain in north america. a 69-year-old survived after tumbling 60 feet into ay vas. the other climbers fell into the snow and have not been seen since. snowfall and wind are slowing search efforts. >> we are getting a look at the damage left behind in mexico by hurricane koa lat that. a 13-year-old girl and seven-
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year-old sister were killed when their home was crushed. additional crews have arrived to fight the wild fires that destroyed more homes in colorado history. more than 1600 firefighters are fighting around the clock. 15 miles west of fort collins. that fire is estimated to be 45% contained. lightning started the fire more than a week ago and it is already burned 55,000 acres. >> the number that our preliminary assessment came up with is 181 homes destroyed by this fire. my understanding this makes it the most destructive wild fire in colorado. >> the fire was quiet overnight but crews are under a red flag warning today. they are expecting wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour along the ridge tops there and temperatures are going to be in
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the 90s. rick santorum is weighing in on president obama's new immigration policy. >> you are seeing a pattern where the president said i will pick and choose what lay law -- what laws i'm going to enforce. what laws i'm going to stand up in court and fight for. >> he says it's wrong for the president to stand up for immigration and ignore issues such as the defensive marriage act. and he criticized mitt romney response. resaid romney should have take an better stance but doesn't want to anger latino voters. both are schedule to appear at a political conference held by the national association of latino elected officials. romney is scheduled to speak on thursday. the president on friday. latinos are the fastest growing is voters in america. new green regulations are causing controversy. even before they take effect. california recently approved some of the toughest standards for new homes in the nation.
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starting in 2014 new rules will require the installation of solar ready roofs and sensor lights on new homes. the standards will increase construction cost by several thousand dollars. state officials say it will save homeowners money in the long run but not everyone agrees. >> we would like to see more being done in enforcing what is already out there rather than continuing to increase the stringency. >> our power plants don't have to run as often. we've been able to build fewer power plants. it has been a tremendous benefit to the state. >> some industry groups say it will hurt many californians that are still recovering from the recession. california's energy commissioner argues it will save energy and money through lower monthly utility bills. microsoft is preparing a big announcement tomorrow possibly a new tablet. it will come out with its new
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tablet computer. it has never made a computer on its own before. tablet runs a new version of windows known as windows rt based on the same class of ships ipad uses. apple cofounder had simple -- >> be nice to people. you go go further in the end. >> he reminded graduates from business and engineering that following their passions is a path to success. he also received an honorary doctorate of engineering leadership. if you parked illegal in san francisco, watch out. the city transportation director says newly hired parking enforcement officers will soon target drivers that park illegally in residential areas. it's expected to help the agency issue an additional $6.5 million in citations over the next two years.
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the plan will help the mta close a nearly $20 million budget deficit. >> if you're heading on to highway 4 in discovery bay any time soon expect delays. there is one way traffic control as construction crews finish paving work there. traffic should be back open in both directions by 9:00 a.m.. water main break led to traffic problems in benicia. a sink hole developed at the bottom of an off ramp yesterday morning. police had to close off the ramp so crews could fix the problem. your time is 7:21. a fathers day surprise for a south bay man. how his wife convinced him to go to the airport and emotional reunion that followed. >> cooling trend is heading to the bay area in time for your fathers day. we'll take a look at the numbers expected for your neighborhood. [ mechanical humming ]
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maria yesterday morning. the air force did not give any advance warning of the landing or provide details about the mission. they said it was only a spectacular success because the craft orbited twice as long as its predecessor. father's day will be special for a father return -- >> holy. [ laughter ] >> he went to the airport yesterday to welcome home a soldier but did not know the person returning home was his son. everyone was in on the surprise but him. his wife convinced him to rye with the patriot guard to welcome home a soldier. >> i shot mom a text. i said i have this great fathers day surprise. and that was essentially how it all came about. >> you saw the words i said.
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>> everyone who knew about the surprise managed to keep it a secret for two weeks and clearly it was a success. he wasn't expecting to see his son until christmas. >> i chalk that up as the best reaction ever. you just have to laugh and smile. what a great fathers day for them and rosemary delivering them great weather if they will spend it outside today. right? >> yes. we have better weather. more manageable for sure. if you like it warm, well it is going to be that. however, not as hot as we received yesterday. and along the coast, well it may be a little cool. we've got the fog back with us. and banked upright against the coastline this morning. low 60s to low 70s out there. inland spots still holding on to some of that heat. by noontime those low 60 les be along the coastline. low 70s around the bay area. and inland valleys some of us
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warm into the mid 90s once again will sit right about 85 degrees for lunchtime and then again for the afternoon these numbers better than what we had yes. we reached above 100 degrees in areas around concord, livermore, antioch, fairfield all hitting triple digits yesterday. today 96 in livermore. still going to be a little toasty. 93 in concord. 85 vallejo. 88 expected for santa rosa. wide spread 70s and 10:s along the peninsula. 85 redwood city. 87 san jose. along the coastline it will be cool and partly cloudy. extended forecast there you have it happy fathers day to all our fathers and those celebrating today. tomorrow the fog will be a little farther inland. more so on tuesday. notice as you continue that cooling trend we see a bump on wednesday that happens to be the first day of summer and cool it back down a little bit on thursday. dozens of dogs hit the waves in san diego county all for a good cause. check it out.
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this is the seventh annual surf dog competition. it was held at imperial beach yesterday. they are pretty good at it. the event raises money and awareness for abandoned pets. this year the money will all go to the aspca. >> hard to tell if they are enjoying it. >> they are having a good tame. will happy hour return to hayward? why supporters say it's time to bring it back. >> a little girl unresponsive in this san mateo lagoon. what she did just minutes before the drowning.
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a three-year-old child drowns after wondering away from her home. this morning authorities are calling it a tragic accident. welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm john sasaki. >> and i'm claudine wong. a memorial sits at the lagoon where this young child drowned. ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge is live rob the scene with what we -- is live on the scene with what we know what happened. >> reporter: this all just happened in matter of minutes. the three-year-old girl wondered away from her apartment and found floating unresponsive in this nearby lagoon that is just a few feet away. neighbors this morning have set up a small memorial here at the edge of the water. last night people that live in
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this complex came together and held a candle light vigil. many stunned by this drowning. the girls family called 911 shortly after 4:00 yesterday morning to report her missing. san mateo police moved in and launched a search and a short time later we were told it was a neighbor that found the girl floating in the lagoon. police and paramedics did cpr but they were not allowed to revive the little girl. they remember seeing the girl playing here in the complex. >> terrible. devastating. they were always you know they were always the two girls were always together. >> reporter: the san mateo county coroners office will investigate this drowning. police tell us this does appear to be simply an accident. a ktvu crew did talk with the girls father off camera last night. he didn't want to talk specifically about what happened. he simply told us his daughter in his words had the most beautiful smile he would ever
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see. we are live this morning in san mateo alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. oakland police are investigating the death of a long-time east bay artist who was found stabbed to death in his home. officers discovered the body of 67-year-old michael thorn bradley inside a duplex on morgan street. there is no information on any suspects. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward in the case. we have more details about a shooting in oakland we first told you about yesterday right here on mornings on 2. according to the oakland tribune all four people shot are laborers. they were continuing a celebration that began with a relatives graduation party earlier that day. the four men were shot around 4:00 yesterday morning near 28th avenue and east 16th street. one man was pronounced dead at the scene. his brother and two cousins were wounded but are expected to survive. despite situations like that shooting, most bay area cities are reporting a drop in
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violent crime. 13 of the areas 15 biggest cities recorded fewer murders, robbery, assaults, and rapes. criminal justice experiments say the economy could be if bringing together a stronger community. ivory madison submitted evidence on friday that show key differences from what mirkarimi and his wife say happened during their december 31st argument. one of the sticking points is whether mirkarimi tried to interfere with the investigation. a conduct hearing could cost mirkarimi his job. a group of native americans protisted the open -- protested the opening of the park yesterday. saying the new parking lot sits
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on sacred land. the district agreed to modify its plans but protestors say they did not follow through with them. >> what they were supposed to do is not put any bathrooms on the site which they didn't do. there were only supposed to have two handicap parking spots so now they have seven parking spots in here and they were not supposed to grade the hill where we know our ancestor remains are at. >> spiritual events by native americans can occur here. >> just 30 year yards from the protist tours, others cheered the opening of the park. supporters say it opens the area to the public. there are still people camped out at oakland lake view elementary school. we did send someone over there to check on the situation. there are five tents set up on the school grounds be they have been there since friday afternoon. protesting the closure of the school. lake view is one of five schools closing because of budget cuts. parents say they will stay there until the district
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listens to what they have to say. we are hearing more about the discovery of the erik. ship wrecked boat found at the bottom of the sea. less than 24 hours after the sinking he rented boats and equipment and convinced the ships captain a survivor to help him. last week sonar images reveal searches of a ship and they confirmed it was the erik. families must decide whether to send more money to dive into the wreck and recover the bodies. >> a scholarship will be set up to -- perez graduated from rear don high school in san francisco. yesterday the school held a fundraiser for a scholarship in his name. firefighters donated $25,000 to that scholarship fund. perez's younger brother said
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the scholarship is more about than just perez. >> it's about the men and women in the uniform being in the military or in the fire department. it's about the sacrifices they make every day. >> the fire that killed lieutenant perez also claimed the life of firefighter and paramedic anthony valerio. southern california wild fire is expected to grow today as hot conditions continue to fuel flames. fire began yesterday afternoon south of interstate 10 in bo mont. 30 acres had burned by the time firefighters arrived. that spread to 2,000-acres in four hours. the wind will drop to 10 miles an hour today but temperatures will still be in the 90s. so far it's only 10% contained. fire in eldorado county came dangerously close to homes. several people in the area had to leave their homes because the fair spread so quick all. it burned ten acres before fire firefighters got it under control.
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>> i looked out my window that faces up here i saw yellow. i said that is strange. and than i started seeing flames ensmoke. >> all the homes had the proper defensible space which did help them. if it was too hot for you yesterday, rosemary has cooled things down for us today. still warm. still nice but not sweltering. >> right. still hot at my place. but not as hot. our numbers will be rolling back. back into the 90s. some of us hit above 100 degrees. along the coast we are waking up with fog. rapid return in the overnight hours. there you see it from the city. it is just inside the gate. most ever us will remain mostly sunny but right along the coastline waking up with gray skies and a little bit of mist and drizzle. calm conditions at sfo. we do have that on shore breeze making its way inland. a little breezy scute gate. westerly wind at fairfield at
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16 miles an hour at this point. and a southerly breeze in napa 16 miles an hour. the numbers mild to even warm outside. few degrees warmer than where we started yesterday. by afternoon we will see that turn around. 58-degrees in oakland. 61 san francisco. 64 san jose. livermore are you heading to the farmers market out in livermore. 70 degrees already. 66 in concord. highwaying off to the north bay 63 in napa. so again our numbers will continue to cool as we progress into the workweek. today we will begin to fill it and by tomorrow more so. let me show you why. the satellite radar here we have a weak system off the coast of baja. that's what brought back that southerly surge and the marine layer and along with the coastal clouds. we have a weak system passing over the north of us. that will flatten our ridge just a little bit. a stronger one rolls past tomorrow. that will continue the cooling trend. on shore breeze strengthening today. afternoon highs anywhere 5-15
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degrees below what we saw yesterday. wide spread 70s and 80s around the bay. 80s and 90s for our inland areas. 88 expected for santa rosa tea. 88 nevada. 84 kentfield. 75 for oakland. 80s and low 90s along lafayette, walnut creek. 9:expected for liver. into the santa clara valley a warm day. not as hot. 85 santa clara. along the peninsula 70s and 80s for you. 78 degrees this afternoon for wood side. 60s for the coast. the extended forecast the cooling trend will continue. notice we do see a subtle rebound on tuesday. the first day of summer arriving on wednesday and we warm up again. but it doesn't last long. back into the 80s in time for thursday with the morning clouds. if you are going out to the u.s. open today, it's going to be a cooler day. we'll take a look at that
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forecast coming up. the olympic club is tough. ktvu allie rasmus joining us now live from the entrance gates with the crowds already arriving. allie. >> reporter: as rosemary said it's cooler today but the weather here is still beautiful. not a clue in the sky. people are dressed in their short leaves and shorts. now that it's later on this morning things are getting a little more crowded. people are getting their passes and badges scanned and making their way through the main entrance here to watch the final day of the u.s. open. the first group to tee off starts at 9:20. today of course is fathers day. thousands of people are expected to show up and watch this event. all the people you see coming down the hill in the distance. they have just come off shuttle buses. that's because the volunteers and spectators they all started the day 11 miles away from here at candle stick park.
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and that is where you had to park and clear security to board shuttles to take spectators and volunteers over to the olympic club. that is because there is no parking near the u.s. open. we were on board those shuttles with everyone else this morning. we talked to a man that brought his father from missouri here for this fathers day event. and some of the people there told us what they were looking forward to. >> watch it on tv and to see how far and accurate they hit the ball. it will be nice to see it right in front of your eyes. it's a whole different peperspective. that's what i look forward to the most. >> reporter: now some of the top players people will get to see in person today. tiger woods. they will get to see if he does any better today than yesterday. woods shot five ore par yesterday. it's his worst ever score at a major championship after starting off in the lead. they don't start this afternoon but the first groups tee off at
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9:20 this morning. you can see a lot of people getting an early start making their way over to the olympic club to pick out a good spot and watch the action today. live in san francisco allie rasmus. >> as allie said the first golfers tease off at 9:20 this morning. charlie wi begins at 1:20. tiger starts at 1:50. on the front of our web page website ktvu.com we do have a live score board of the u.s. open. california pizza kitchen is back open after a norovirus shut it down. test confirms to customers and three employees had norovirus. as many as 20 people reported feeling sick after eating there earlier this month. the restaurant reopened after a thorough cleaning and inspection.
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an employee was handing out coupons earlier in the day encouraging people to eat at the restaurant. hayward may soon lift the happy hour ban for six months. in this trial period restaurants can serve discounted alcoholic beverages from 4:00 to 9:00 if they offer nonalcoholic drinks and food. hayward restricts bars and restaurants from such promotions. the city council will talk it over on tuesday. your time now is 7:42. he evaded law enforcement for 16 years. this morning new pictures released show us what authorities found inside the walls of whitey's home when they tracked him down last year. >> we are taking a look outside at mccarthur maze. traffic is looking good. it's 7:43 you are watching mornings on 2. our cloud is not soft and fluffy.
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>> a live look there at the golden gate and the fog returning to our area. that's signifying a transition to cooler weather for your fathers day. >> oakland police are not saying much about reports of a man on a roof armed with a gun. officers were called to the area of garden street near east 27th street around 8:00 p.m.. officers searched for the gunmen. three men were event liarsed. there is no word on what charges they face. man charged with burning down a san jose school has back to court on tuesday. he is in jail on aggravated arson charges. he and another admitted to starting a six alarm fire at trace elementary two years ago. they were 16 but both have been charged as adults. if rio received an eight year prison sentence last month.
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police don't know why a woman drove her car into a festival injuring 18 people. the woman drove about 50 feet at 20 miles an hour hitting people and pinning some of them underneath her car. bystanders had to lift that car to get the people out and some did suffer serious injuries. witnesses say the 63-year-old driver looked disoriented. jerry sandusky will under go a psychiatric evaluation today. he will talk to a prosecution psychologist. the former penn state football coach says he suffers from a personality disorder that caused him to write love letters to his accusers but that does mean he molested them. new fbi photos show how james whitey bulger lived as a fugitive. ammunition and cash was stuffed inside the walls and under the
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bed. investigators seize more than $# hundred thousand -- more than $800,000 in cash. grieve was sentenced to eight years in prison for helping bulger who is accused of 19 murders in south boston. bulger faces trial later this year. today presidential candidate mitt romney's every town counts tour is taking him to ohio. since friday romney has been on the road traveling to small cities he says the president has forgotten about. he told people the country is on the path to become another europe. something america does not need. >> we are not going to go down that the path. we will restore the pins pals that made america the exceptional nation it is. get america working again. >> besides pennsylvania romney has already stopped in new hampshire. after hawaii he heads to wisconsin, michigan, and iowa. those are all states president obama won during the 2008
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election. despite romney's upcoming visit it was ron paul that came out on top of this weeks convention in iowa. paul received 21 of the 25 unbound delegates elected over the weekend. he says he will bring those votes to the republican national convention in august. while paul has admitted romney will be the republican nominee, he still hopes to influence the direction the party goes. president obama and his family are spending father's day weekend in their hometown of chicago. this is video from last night of the first family say tending the wedding of white house advisor vally jared's daughter. they are glad to see the president that hasn't spent much time there since becoming commander and chief. security is tight in lusaka pose mexico as world leaders arrive for the g20 summit.
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the summit starlets tomorrow. organizers of the london olympics say they were not persuaded to give extra premium tickets to greece. the greek olympic committee president asked the london organizing chairman for extra tickets because there was a big demand in greece even though demand was low. the organizing committee denied that and said everything was done by the book. usually comedian russell brand tells the jokes. but this time the joke was on him. tibet leader the dalai lama grabbed his beard last night. >> there's not a lot i can do. just go with it. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> the dalai lama touring the united kingdom outlying his bow dust teaching of peace and understanding. it was a birthday
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celebration fit for a queen. the royal family road in carriages for the trooping the color parade. yesterday was the queen's official birthday which is always celebrated in june. even though her actually birthday was in april and that is when she turned 86. time now 7:50. the x-factor is in the bay area. you will hear from people that sat in the audience and you will know there is still a chance that you can get in too. >> notable changes on the way for your bay area sunday.
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tapings of the x-factor are continuing today. yesterday thousands of people made their way into the audience and see the show. some people came to see the judges. others wanted to see how good the singers really are. >> just to watch the performances of all the different people trying out.
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>> tapings will continue twice a day until tomorrow. no tickets are available but you can sign up to be on the wait list. for more information on the x- factor adductions -- awe dictions just -- auditions just visit ktvu.com. mayor ed lee along with pride parade participates are going to fly the flag from the balcony of his city hall office. that is last years ceremony you are watching. this years gay pride festivities will take place next saturday and sunday culminating in the 42nd pride parade. thousands of people will be in san francisco today to celebrate history. the 62nd annual june tenth annual continues today. it commemorates the ending of slavery in the united states. it's the longest gathering of
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african americans in northern california. why travel all the way to italy when you can have the sights and sounds of the mediterranean coast right here in the bay area this weekend. it's all part of the 58th alabama yule north beach festival in san francisco. the event concludes today from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. if you go you will see food, crafts and street art. >> today the weather will be a bit more bearable for people going to the north beach festival. what do you say rosemary? >> more bearable. that is a good way of explaning it. for many of us it will be quite warm but just not as bad. for some of us it's turning cool. giving you a look there over the waters where the fog is back with us. banked upright against the coastline. many of our coastal cities waking up with gray skies and a little bit of mist and drizzle. heading to the u.s. open we have allie rasmus out there.
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they say it's sunny but it's not going to be as warm as saturday. we'll be in the mid 50s no the low 60s. meanwhile the forecasted highs for today around the bay low 60s at the coast. 70 degrees in the city. along the peninsula upper 70s to low to mid 80s. 87 san jose as we round the curve and into the east bay. 70s for oakland. hayward. go inland and it's warming up. 93 concord today. 96 in livermore as we head to the north mid to upper 80s. so a good looking day many most cases. a little bit hot for the second half of the afternoon. the forther inland you go the extended forecast shows you the cooling trend continuing. monday looks to be the coolest day. at least for the next several days as you get into tuesday. on wednesday summer arrives at 4:09:00 p.m. and it will be warm once again. not too bad. nothing like we saw yesterday or today. then we cool back on thursday.
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tim lincecum rough season continues. yet the two-time cy young award winner says he still wants the ball. he turned 28 on friday. first inning casper wells goes deep. then jesus with another solo shot there. giants climb back and they took the lead 3-2 in the fourth when cabrera he came through again. but lincecum cannot hold that lead and in the fifth mariners on the corners and lincecum throws a wild pitch. seattle wins 7-4 and lincecum is 2-8. warm day in oakland. they watched the a's win their fifth straight game. went deep against the padres. former cal pitcher took a no hitter into the sixth inning. cameron tried to break it up in
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the fifth but crisp came to the rescue. a's led in the seventh. scored two runs and the padres took the lead. in the bottom of the seventh johnny against smacked a two out two run homer. 7:57. we are keeping an eye on the ongoing elections in greece. the effect the outcome could have on the u.s. economy. >> the freak accident that injured two women out in contra corsica county. [ thunk ] sweet! [ male announcer ] the solid thunk of the door on the jetta. thanks, mister! [ meow ] [ male announcer ] another example of volkswagen quality. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease the 2012 jetta for $159 a month.
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a little girl drowns in this lagoon next to her apartment complex. how she ended up in the water. >> and a man struck and killed by a car in oakland overnight. why it's being investigated as a homicide. >> afternoon temps will take a tumble for your sunday. i'll have the numbers coming up. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. if it was too hot for you yesterday, it will cool down today but that doesn't mean it won't be hot still right rosemary? >> a little bit hard to sum up but yes this says a lot. 70 degrees today in frank. yesterday 86. that is a 16-degree drop.
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meanwhile concord you hit 103 yesterday. still will be warm today but just not as hot. we are mild out there. we will take a look around and show you the afternoon highs coming up. we are following developing news we just heard about a few minutes ago. yesterday afternoon two men reportedly from oakland drowned after their fishing boat capsized in the delta five miles west of stockton. we just received a call into our newsroom that a third man also from oakland is still missing. police say they have recovered the body of one of the drowning victims. they say none of the men were wearing life jackets. they are expected to resume the search this morning. peninsula neighborhood is in shock this morning. is a three-year-old girl drowned in a lagoon not far from her home. ktvu allie rasmus joins us live to tell us how it happened and how neighbors are coming to the families aid. alex. >> reporter: a short time ago i touched base with san mateo
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police. this drowning appears to be a tragic accident. you can see a small memorial set up here where this three- year-old girl was found floating unresponsive. she wondered away from her nearby apartment. last night people came here to this spot to hold a candle light vigil. many stunned by this drowning. the girl called 911 to report her missing from her apartment. san mateo police moved in and launched a search and a short time later we're told it was a neighbor that found the little girl floating in the lagoon right next to the apartment complex. police and paramedics did cpr but they were not able to revive this little girl. neighbors we talked with say they can't imagine the pain this family is dealing with. >> you have to keep your eye on them 24/7. you can't just have your kids out there and you know not have them supervised at all times.
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>> reporter: the san mateo county coroners office will be doing the investigation into this drowning. one of the ktvu crews did talk off camera with the girl's father. he didn't want to talk specifically about what happened. how his daughter ended up in the water but said his daughter had a beautiful smile. we are live this morning in san mateo. a funeral is being planned for a 13-year-old petaluma boy that died while trying to help push a stranded truck off highway 101. trevor smith was on the way to the birthday party with several people on friday when a truck carrying the party guests ran out of gas. trevor got out to help push the truck when he fell and was run over. oakland police are searching for the driver responsible for a fatal hit and run crash. it happened around 10:00 last night near international boulevard. officers responded to the scene after getting reports of a fight. when they got there they found the body in the street. witnesses told police the driver hit the victim and a
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nearby white suv and then took off. police are inspecting the suv and crash site for clues about the suspects vehicle. no suspect information has been released. two women were hurt in a freak accident in the water in eastern contra costa county. they were on the back of the boat when authorities say a hydrofoil tied to the boat broke apart and struck them. both women were rushed to the hospital with head injuries. >> be aware of your surroundings. slow down especially when you see a skier or wake border in the water. just pay attention. >> the contra costa county sheriffs office is investigating that accident. a cooling trend starts today after we've seen temperatures as high as 106 degrees. it is hot out there. it is expected to be ten degrees cooler than it was. when that bank sign you saw
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that said 103. kids kept cool at the spray ground and officials say they saw three times the number of visitors than they usually do on an average day. >> good morning, to you. that's when you want the water when it's hot. marine layer and fog back with us. it made a rapid return in the overnight hours and into this morning and right along the coastline. could hang there most of the day. that again indicator of the changes already taking place. we have an on shore breeze blowing through the gate this morning. and all the way into the delta. it's a light one. but it's there. and it's again going to bring the bigger changes by tomorrow. but for today even 5-10-15 degrees of cooling expected for our inland areas as well as along the coast. more so for the coast with the gray skies out there this morning. and by monday even cooler mid 80s is what we are looking at for our valley locations for your back to work monday.
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your forecast here notice 2:00 in the afternoon still hugging the coast. if your fathers day plans take you out to the coastline, maybe partly cloudy. maybe mostly gray. and already beginning to move back in as we settle into the evening hours. current temperatures right now a little warmer than where we started yesterday. still holding on to a lot of the heat from yesterday in areas around fairfield 72. 73 in livermore. 69 in concord. 56 san francisco. so a big difference but that is typical for this time of year. 59 in oakland. 67 san jose and looking at mid to upper 60s right around santa rosa. your afternoon highs today 88. 88 for sonoma. 88 for nevada. 70-degrees in sausalito. low 60s for stinson beach. 80 degrees expected castro valley. meanwhile inland going to be another warm one.
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93 concord. 92 danville. if you were hitting 100 plus yesterday you will take 96 and do so happenfully. 84 expected for sunnyvale. 74 san bruno. 60s for the coast. 66 expected this afternoon. there is the extended forecast there. we continue to drop off in the afternoon. mid 80s on monday for the inland spots. low 60s for the coast. tuesday a sight little rebound. warmer on wednesday and then they fall back again on thursday. back to you. happening now greeks are voting on what could be the countries most critical election in 40 years. the new democracy party are running neck and neck. banks and other europeans worry it could trigger another financial crisis. worst case scenario they default on their debt. in egypt it's the final day of
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voting to replace president hosni mubarak that is removed from power. the choice is down to mubarak's exprime minister. right now the country is being run by the military. it took over last week after parliament was desolved. it's a hard choice between former member mubarak's party. >> at least he has character to be is a president. >> i don't allow any man like hosni. >> despite the election, there are reports that it will not matter who the people vote for. the military might be the one to make the final decision on a winner. your time is 8:08. a stage collapses killing one person and trapping several others. what we have learned about this tragic accident. >> and competing with apple. the anticipated device that
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microsoft could announce tomorrow. >> and take a look at this picture. this is the golden gate bridge but the fog is back. it is wet out there. but not necessarily cold. don't let that fool you. it's still going to be quite warm today even though we are in for a bit of a change of the weather.
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good morning. a live look from san jose. what a gorgeous shot there. we have clouds back at the coast. mostly sunny elsewhere. unseasonally hot weather from
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yesterday breaking down today. one person is dead after a stage collapsed an hour before a radio head concert. it happened yesterday afternoon in toronto. crew members were setting up the stage when it suddenly fell on top of them. the collapse left several trapped in the rubble. >> they were setting up when the top portion of the stage collapsed on top of them. my understanding there were a number of people on that stage. unfortunately four people were hurt. the remainder of the people when they heard the stage coming down ran from the area. >> the show was canceled after that accident. according to the bands website the concerts 40,000 tickets were sold out. it has been a year since a similar stake collapse killed seven people at a sugar land concert. heavy winds knocked down the stage. it happened just before the country music group took the stage. an air show nearly ended in
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disaster. look at that. onlookers obviously shocked by that stunt plane as it crashed. this is at the legacy air show. the pilot was doing a series of rolls and then his eagle stunt plane lost power. the plane aimed for an empty field and as you can see it, he does go down but he only suffered a broken ankle. otherwise amazingly he was okay. let's talk about the reno air races. there will be a new course at this years race after last years deadly crash. last september 11 people were killed and 70 others were hurt when a vintage plane crashed. the new course will be at 150 feet further away from the spectators and those changes are also going to help smooth out difficult turns for the pilots. four climbers are presumed dead after an avalanche on the highest mountain in north
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carolina. a japanese team was scaling the mountain when an avalanche hit the area. the other climbers fell into the snow and have not been seen since. snowfall and wind are impeding search efforts. there are about 400 climbers currently on the 20,000-foot tall mountain. >> we are getting a look at the damage left behind in mexico by hurricane carlotta. it made land fall near acapulco. a 13-year-old girl and seven- year-old sister were killed when her house was crushed. they were able to pull the girls' mother out of rubble alive. fight the wild fire that destroyed more colorado homes than any other fire. more than 1600 firefighters are working day and night shifts on the high park fire 15 miles west of fort collins. that fire right now is 45% contained. lightning started it more than a week ago and has since burned 55,000 acres.
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>> the number our preliminary assessment came up with is 181 homes destroyed by this fire. that makings it the most destructive wild fire in colorado. >> the fire was quiet overnight. crews will be under a red flag warning today and expecting wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour along the ridge top there is and temperatures also expected to be in the 90s. former presidential candidate rick santorum is criticizing the stance president obama is taking on immigration. >> you are seeing a pattern where the president has said i will pick and choose what laws i will enforce. what laws i'm going to stand up and fight for in course. >> santorum says it's wrong for the president to take a stand on issues such as immigration and ignore others like the defense of marriage act. he says romney should have taken a harder line even if it upset latino voter.
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mitt romney and president obama will get a chance to interact with people from the latino community. romney is scheduled to speak on thursday. the president on friday. la knee toes known as -- latinos make up the fastest growing voters in america. two bay area counties are receiving federal grants to help get the unemployed back to work. san francisco and san mateo counties will get a combined $5.6 million from the labor department. it's part of a work force invasion fund meant to help improve work force development by finding ways to develop services more efficiently. green regulations is causing controversy even though they haven't gone in effect just yet. the toughest standards for new homes in the nation. starting in 2014 new rules will require installation of solar ready roofs and sensor lights on new homes. those standards will increase construction costs by several thousand dollars.
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state officials say it will save homeowners money in the long run but not everyone agrees. >> we would like to see more become done in enforcing what is already out there rather than continuing to increase the stringency of the regulations. >> our power plants don't have to run as often, we have been able to build fewer power plants so we've had savings as well in our electricity system. it has been a tremendous benefit to the state. >> some industry groups say the higher construction cost will hurt many californians are still recovering from the recession. the commissioner argues the upgrades will save energy and money through lower monthly utility bills. microsoft is preparing a big announcement tomorrow. the company will come out with its own cab let computer. microsoft is a software company. the tablet runs on new versions of windows. based on the same class of chips the ipad uses.
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apple cofounder steve had simple advice for santa clara university graduates. >> be good to people. say nice things and you will actually go further in the end. >> he was invited to be commencement speakers. he reminded garage wallets that following their passions is a pass to success. if you park illegally in san francisco, watch out the city transportation director says newly hired parking law enforcement officers will target drivers that park illegally in residential areas. the extra enforcement is expected to help the municipal transportation agency issue an additional $6.5 million in citations over the next two years. the plan is going to help the mta close a nearly $20 million budget deficit. cal tran has secured funding for the next phase of the parkway project. a public private partnership will help fund construction. it is also going to help fund maintenance on the road.
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the first phase was completed back in april with a demolition of doyle drive. phase two is expected to begin later this summer. if you are traveling on highway 4 in discovery bay, expect delays for a bit longer. there is one way traffic control as construction crews finish paving work there. traffic should be back open in both directions by 9:00 a.m.. a water main break led to traffic problems in benicia. a sink hole developed at the bottom of an off ramp yesterday morning. police had to close off the ramp so crews could fix the problem. a father in the south bay gets the surprise of a lifetime. best reaction ever. we will talk about a father's day surprise that took weeks to plan.
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we have breaking news to report out of los angeles. there are multiple reports that 47-year-old rodney king has been found dead. according to tmz king was found early this morning by his fiance at the bottom of his pool. an investigation is being opened up by police. he became famous in 1991 when he was video taped being beaten by lapd officers. all of the officers were acquitted sparking city wide riot. air force spacecraft is
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back after spending 15 months on a secret mission. it landed at the air force base near santa maria yesterday morning. the air force would not give information about the landing or the mission. they say it was a spectacular success. you have to watch this next story because there is no way you will smile when you see this. it is a father's day surprise for a man in the south bay that got a big surprise from his son returning from overseas. >> present arms. >> holy -- [ laughter ] >> i laugh every time i see it. he didn't know the person returning was actually his own son. everybody was in on the surprise expect for of course him. ramos' wife convinced him to ride with the guard to help welcome home a soldier after getting the idea from his son. >> i shot mom a text.
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i said i have this great father's day surprise. and that was essentially how it all came about. >> you saw the words i said. yes i got. >> he got got. everyone that knew about the surprise did manage to keep it a secret for two weeks. ramos wasn't expecting to see his son home until christmas. >> love seeing stories like that. rosemary you'll have to top that. >> oh the pressure. i can't top that. it was beautiful. outside our doors quite beautiful in most spots. if you are waking up with that coastal fog outside your door and drizzle along the coastline you are thinking maybe not so pretty. giving you a live look here the winds all over the place. we have that south westerly breeze move into areas around napa. more of a south easterly for santa rosa. how about this all the way into fair feel. not too strong but getting that south westerly breeze. that feels pretty good. and through livermore we've got a south westerly breeze. there we go.
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that is actually good news. especially if yesterday was really hot for you. 73 still in livermore. not feeling it just yet. that on shore breeze will continue and along the coast and the bay we begin to feel it right away. inland areas not as hot as yesterday and then we will continue to trickle in and the coolest day will be tomorrow. afternoon highs for today under mostly sunny skies for most of us along the coast we could be struggling with that coastal fog that hangs over us. 52 for pacifica. 70 for san francisco. mid 70s in oakland. 80s around areas like napa and santa rosa and get far inland around the east bay. 96 livermore. 95 antioch. down into the south bay 87. low 90s for morgan hill. the extended forecast outside our doors we will see mostly clear skies. a warmup once again for the inland spots. by tomorrow another 10-degree drop on tuesday we begin a subtle rebound on wednesday first day of summer. a little warmer and then
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thursday into next weekend looks like we could fall below average for this time of year. back to you. time now 8:25. dozens of dogs hit the waves in san diego county for a good cause. the seventh annual surf dog competition was held at imperial beach yesterday. the event raises money and awareness for abandoned pets. this year all the proceeds will go to the aspca. a three-year-old girl drowns in a san mateo lagoon. how that accident happened and what a neighbor is saying about the tragedy. >> fire continues to rage out of control in the south land. the race to put out the wild fire in near 100-degree temperatures. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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a developing story this morning. a boating accident involving a group of east bay fishermen. welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm john sasaki in for mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. we are following developing news out of san joaquin county. one man drowned after a fishing boat capsized in the delta five miles west of stockton. a second man was found clinging to the boat and a friend of one of the families involved just called our newsroom to say a third man also from oakland is still missing. police say they have recovered one body from the water. none of the men were wearing life jackets. that man is still missing and presumed dead and police are expected to resume search for his body this morning. this morning a family is mourning after a three-year-old girl drowned in a nearby lagoon. san mateo police received a 911 call yesterday afternoon that the young girl had wondered away from her home. by the time police arrived they found the girl floating unresponsive in a nearby
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lagoon. police say her parents were home at the time bawdy not see the girl wonder away. >> three-year-old kid they are gone in a minute. you can't blame the participants for that. oh my god the rest of their life is just going to be hell. >> the coroners office is in charge of this investigation. police say it appears to be nothing more than a tragic accident. oakland police are investigating the death of an east bay artist that was stabbed to death in his home. a neighbor called police after he hadn't seen bradly for a duh days. there is no information on any suspects. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward in the case. we are getting more information on the quadruple shooting in oakland. the oakland tribune reports all those shot were laborrests. four men were shot around early
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yesterday morning. one man was pronounced dead at the scene. his brother and two cousins were wounded but are expected to survive. despite random acts of violence like that quadruple shootings most are reporting a drop in crime. 13 of the areas 15 biggest cities recorded fudder murders, robbery, assaults, and rapes. that is all according to new numbers released by the fbi. the bad economy could be committing a sense of communal solidarity and encouraging the city to use their resources solidarity temperature there are different accounts on exactly what happened on new years eve in the ross mirkarimi case. ivory madison submitted evidence that supports key differences on what happened. one of the sticking points is whether mirkarimi tried to
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interfere with the investigation. tuesday's misconduct hearing could cost mirkarimi his job as sheriff. newly remodeled glen cove with ther park opened to praise and criticism. a group of native americans protested the opening of the park yesterday. last year they tried to block the development of the park saying the new parking lot sits on sacred ground. >> what they were supposed to do is not put any bathrooms on this site which they didn't do. they were only supposed to have two handicap parking spots. and they were not supposed to grade the hill where our ancestor cree mated remains are at. >> it's specified that spiritual events by native americans can occur here. and is encouraged to occur here. >> just 30 yards from the protest others cheered the opening in the park. they say it opens the area to the public. a group of people remain
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camped out at lake view elementary school. we sent someone over and there are five tents set up on the grounds. lake view is one of five closing because of budget cuts. protestors which include mostly parents say they will stay at the school until they take their opinion. a ship wrecked boat found at the bottom ostosises less than 24 hours after the sinking joe the stepson of one of the seven men presumed dead started to search. he started by renting boats and equipment and talking to the ships captain one of the survivors. then last week sonar images reveal features of the ship, a follow up dive did confirm it was the erik. now the families are trying to decide whether to spend more money on the dive into the wreck to possibly recover the bodies. new scholarship will help carry on the legacy of san francisco firefighter killed in the line of duty.
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perez died last year. perez graduated from rear den high school in san francisco. yesterday they held a fundraiser for a scholarship in his name. perez's younger brother says the scholarship is more than just about perez. >> it's about the heros every day. men and women in uniform being the military or our fire department here. it's about the sacrifice they me every day. firefighters in southern california are struggling to control a wild fire being fueled by the dry conditions. that fire began yesterday afternoon south of interstate 10 in bo mont. by the time they arrived 30 acres have spread. they say the location of the fire is making it hard to get in front of it.
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>> we've got to work from where it started. >> forecasters say the wind will drop about 10 miles an hour today. but the temperatures are still going to be in the 90s and so far this fire is only about 10% contained. fire in el dorado county came dangerously close to homes. it started 2:30 yesterday afternoon. several people in the area had to leave their homes because the fire spread so quickly. it burned about ten acres before firefighters got it under control. fire caught homeowners but surprise. >> i looked out my kitchen window that faces up here and saw a yellow i thought they were the clouds. but they were yellow. i say that is frustrating. then astarted seeing flames and smoke. >> firefighters say all the homes have the proper defensible space which indeed help them. the cause is being investigated. good morning, to you. a live look here at san jose.
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we've got mostly blue skies out there. a better day, better air quality, numbers not as hot giving away to cooler conditions for your afternoon today. we are even waking up with fog along the coastline this morning. half-moon bay santa cruz mostly gray skies. mostly clear across the region. we have a weak system arriving over the north of us. a stronger system will roll past tomorrow and continue our cool down. meanwhile we have a system hanging off the coast of baja. that is bringing our southerly surge up to our area. we watch the low clouds really push in and they banking up along the coastline. by the afternoon we are still looking at partly cloudy maybe mostly cloudy skies out there and a little damp a little drizzle out there. by tonight sunsets at 8:35m and the low clouds are move into the bay. we could wake up tomorrow with that intrusion a little farther inland. right now a little tough to
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tell if you are inland because you are already sitting at 73- degrees in livermore. 72 fairfield. we do have that weak on shore breeze reaching you but it's barely trickling in. most of us right here along the coast and bay very similar to where we sat 24 hours ago. farther inland two to four degrees warmer. 62 redwood city. 66 mountain view. that happens when we get into the overnight hours and don't cool off. holding on to that heat from yesterday. especially far inland. shots for the afternoon today hopefully you will feel the difference there. 88 expected for santa rosa. 88 for nevada. still warm enough to be outdoors and in the swimming pool. 92 for you. 92 danville. mid 90s pleasanton. it will be a mild one over areas of alameda. 75 in oakland. and off to the south bay. into the santa clara valley 87 san jose. 92 morgan hill.
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89 for zaire are toga and -- saratoga and for the peninsula today. 78 san mateo. 70 in the city. 60s for the coast. 62 for pacifica. 63 half-moon bay. the extended forecast your temperatures will rebound. warming it up on wednesday. not as hot as the weekend here but back in the low 90s for our inland spots. and cooling it down thursday into next weekend. if you will see the a's plays today i'll have the forecast coming up. the u.s. open wraps up today in san francisco with all eyes on the oliverric club and world's best golfers. the usga wants the olympic club to be the hardest and it seems we have gotten that. >> reporter: the usga has transformed the olympic club into a pop up city of sorts. they have tents set up here and we are standing on a two story
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tall platform that all the people coming to watch today's events are walking to so they can get out to the course and stake out a spot and make sure they get the best position to watch the action. behind us is the main entrance. this is where we have seen lots of people making their way off shuttle buses that bring them here from candle stick park. >> it's going to be a beautiful day. >> reporter: people have to start their journey here at candle stick park. they drive and park there. they have to clear security and board shuttles that will take them here to the olympic club. there is no parking in this area so everyone is relying ons shuttles. so far people say it's been a pretty smooth well organized ride. now we were on board those shuttle buses this morning. we asked some of the people there what they were looking forward to today. >> it's my father so i thought what a nice fathers day present. come out and take him to the u.s. open. >> you can probably see the
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tournament better sitting at home on a tv set. there is something about being here. >> now some of the top players spectators will get to see in person. tiger woods of course. they will see if he does any better today. woods shot five over par yesterday. it was his worst score ever at a major championship after starting the round in the lead. jim furyk and graeme mcdowell will start today's final round tide for the lead at one under par. teeoff is 9:20. we are less than an how were away. we will see things get more crowded out here. you can see people coming through that portable. they are getting their passes
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scanned and making your way over to court. this is also fathers day as you heard some people mention. they expect attendance to be high here. between 33-35,000 spectators. that is not including the 5,000 volunteers that are out here today. it was an all around bad day for tiger woods. not only di he discover and fall around. woods mealy says his right hand. the dalai lama and the comedian. no, it's not the beginning of the joke. what happened when the former peace prize winner met up with an edgy sunny man. >> that is san rafael. everything is looking good. it is 8:41.
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good morning, to you. a live look from bay point there. rolling hills, blue skies, mid 60s to near 70 degrees outside your door. >> after a norovirus outbreak a pizza kitchen is back open. they were closed after test confirm two customers and three employees had the virus. as many as 20 people reported feeling sick after eating there earlier this month. the restaurant reopened last night after a thorough cleaning and inspection. an employee was outside handing
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out coupons earlier in the day. hayward may soon lift its happy hour ban for six months it will be a trial period and restaurants could serve discounted alcoholic beverages from 4:00 to 9:00. if they offer nonalcoholic drinks and food. right now hayward restricts bars and restaurants from such promotions. the city council will talk it all over on tuesday. we still don't know why a woman drove her car into a crowd and injuring about 30 people. it happened at a town square in ohiofully night. the woman drove about 50 feet at 20 miles an hour hitting people and pinning some under her car. some suffered serious injuries. witnesses say the 63-year-old driver looked disoriented. jerry sandusky will reportedly under go a psychiatric investigation today. a source close to the case says he will talk to a prosecution
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psychologist. the former penn state football coach said he suffers from a disorder that me him write letters to his lovers but does not mean he molested them. photos show just hose james whitey bulger lived as a fugitive. investigators seized more than $800,000 bulger hid from law enforcement for 16 years before he was arrested last year. greig was sentenced to eight years in prison for helping bulger. bulger faces trial later this year and we'll try to show you the pictures a little later on. profootball player is facing federal arson charges after an afire. he said he set his bedroom on
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fire because god tole him to do it. cell phone taken moments after the fire show how dangerous it could have been but everyone got out safely. >> we just grabbed the stuff we could. grabbed our kids. i grabbed all my school books and everything and ran out here. >> he was one of the top defensive backs in the nation for the usc trojans for hurting his knee as a senior. he briefly played for the seattle sea hawks and san diego chargers and have been playing linebacker for the spokane arena football league. the man accused of killing -- >> the man accused of killing three armored car guards has been arrested. 21-year-old travis bum depart never was taken into custody after he tried to pass the border. he was in a blue pickup truck and alone. police say bumgarner killed three of his fellow armored guards and left a fourth seriously injured during a robbery attempt. today presidential candidate mitt romney's every town counts tour will take him
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to ohio. on friday romney began his trip in new hampshire. he is traveling to the small cities the president has forgotten about. yesterday during three spots in pennsylvania he told people the country is on a path to become like europe. >> we will restore the principals that made america the america it is. >> besides pennsylvania he's already stopped in new hampshire after ohio he heads wisconsin, michigan, and iowa. ron paul came out the winner in this years iowa convention. paul received 21 of the 25 delegates and says he will bring those votes to the republican national convention in august. paul has already admitted romney will be the republican nominee but he is still hoping to influence the way the party
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goes. >> president obama and his family are spending the weekend in their hometown of chicago. this is video from last night as the first family attending the wedding of white house advisor valerie jared's daughter. they are glad to see the president penning time there. the president will leave chicago today and head to the g20 summit in chicago. security is tight in mexico as world leaders arrive for the g20 summit. mexican police are backed by the military in helicopters and boats. the summit is being met with protests. activists are asking for leaders to not forget about food security by discussing issues like economic stabilization. usually comedian russell brand tells the jokes. what do you do when this happens? this time the joke was on him. that is the dalai lama that grabbed brands beard during a speech last night in
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manchester, england. >> i don't know what to do. just kind of go with it. >> thank you. >> the dalai lama is touring the united kingdom outlying his bow dust keeping. he was left in awe and called his meeting amazing. it was a birthday celebration fit for a king. the royal family road in carriages. yesterday was the queen's official birthday which is always celebrated in june even though her actual birthday was in april. hollywood comes to the bay area. dreams of becoming the next music star. >> a cooling trend is under way. i'll have the numbers expected for your fathers day coming up.
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tim lincecum's rough season continues yet he says he still wants the ball. lincecum turned 28 on friday but the mariners had no presents for the seattle native. wells goes deep. seattle up 1-0. the giants did climb back and lead 3-2. two out single scores brandon crawford. lincecum cannot hold the lead and in the fifth mariners on the corners and lincecum throws a wild pitch. warm day in oakland. fans watch the a's win their
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season high fifth straight game. they hosted san diego and smith went deep against the prey days. former cal pitcher ross took a no hitter into the sixth inning. cameron tried to break it up in the fifth but cocoa crisp came to the rescue. two runs and the padres took the lead. in the bottom of the seventh johnny gomes smacked a two out two run homer. tomorrow san francisco kicks off the gay pride week with the traditional raising of the rainbow flag. on monday san francisco officials including mayor ed lee are once again going to fly that flag from the balcony of the area's city hall office. this years gay prize festivities will take place this friday and saturday. the grand marshal this year is
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comedian sarah silverman. why travel to italy when you can have the sights and sounds of the mediterranean coast in the bay area this weekend. you might get serenaded with italian music. it's all part of the 58th annual north beach festival. the event cocaines today from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. atracks include the food, craft and street art. this is one of the oldest street fests in the area. thousands of people will be celebrating history in san francisco. the 62nd annual june teeth festival continues today on fillmore street. two-day event that started yesterday commemorates the ending of slavery in the united states. it's the largest gathering of african americans in northern california. your time is 8:55. and let's head right over to rosemary for a look at the changing temperatures for those of us that thought maybe it was a coach too hot yesterday. turning down the dial a bit. >> yeah. 5-10-15 degrees cooler.
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with that said it will be a warm one in many areas. for your afternoon today we are looking at 70s around the bay. including oakland. are you going to see the a's play? 72 at game time. mid 70s by the afternoon and on shore breeze 10-15 miles an hour. it's going to be beautiful out there. and around the bay take a look. 78 for san mateo tea. san jose 87 for you. as we get inland it will be warm once again. yesterday we topped out in the 100s. 96 not too bad livermore. 92 in fairfield. off to the north bay where it will be gorgeous it will be warm 88 santa rosa. 88 in napa today. you will be out wine tasting for your fathers day. there is your extended forecast. numbers continuing to fall back on monday and then we hold on with only subtle changes for tuesday. summer arrives on wednesday and look at that numbers warm back up. by thursday we are cooling off and it looks like the first week of summer will be a little
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cool for this time offerers. x-factor tappings are continuing today at oracle arena. thousands of people as you can see there made their way in to sit in the audience and see the show. you can see there britney spears and lovato. others sigh they came to see how good the singers really are. >> just to watch the performances of all the different people trying out. >> the tapings will continue twice a day until tomorrow. there are no more tickets available. there is a wait list and if you want to sign up for that you can go to the x-factor website. and for more on the x-factor auditions including a slide show just go to ktvu.com and click on our photos tab. east bay fishermen fall victim o a boating accident. a week outing that ended in disaster. >> and breaking news out of
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a little girl drowns in this lagoon next to her appear complex. how she ended up in the water and what neighbors are saying about her family. >> a bay area man drowns and another goes missing during a
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fishing trip in san joaquin county. the search underway. >> breaking news from los angeles, rodney king, the man at the center of the los angeles riot, is found dead. >> some tension moments as this plane goes down during an air show in idaho. how the pilot managed to avert disaster. >> good morning. happy father's day to all dads out there. it's sunday, june 17th. i'm claudine wong. >> it's shaping up to be another hot day today. rosemary orozco joins us with a look at the forecast. >> good morning to you. we do have a cooler pattern beginning to settle in. i love to use this map because it really helps you digest what we're talking about here. we'll be a lot cooler but we'll still be quite warm. 93 degrees this afternoon in concord. yesterday you hit 103. we're following developing news out of san joaquin county.
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about an hour ago we learned that one man drowned yesterday after a fishing boat capsized in the delta five miles west of stockton. a second man was found clinging to the boat. a third man is still missing. that friend says all flee men are from oakland. police have recovered one body from the water. they say the men were not wearing life jackets. the man who is still missing is presumed dead. police are expected to resuit search this morning. a peninsula neighborhood? shock. a 3-year-old girl drowned in lagoon not far from her home on day street in san mateo. alx savage tells us thousand happened and how neighbors are coming to the family's aid. >> this drowning happened in a matter of minutes. the 3-year-old girl wandered away tw her apartment in this complex. a shore time later she was found unresponse nift lagoon a few feet away. there is a small memorial that sits here at the edge of the water. it was last night when neighbors came to this very
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spot, they held a candlelight vigil, many stunned boy this drowning. the girl's family called nine one qun just after 4:00 p.m. yesterday to roar their daughter was missing from their apartment. san mateo police moved in and launched a search and it wasn't long after that that we're told a neighbor found this girl floating unresponsive in the lagoon that's just adjacent to the apartment complex. police and paramedic did cpr but could not revive the girl. we talked with neighbor who says she doesn't understand how this could happen. shep the girl's parents always kept a close eye on her. >> it's just devastating. i feel for the family. like i said, they're amake parents. they're always with their children. i run into them almost every morning walking their children to the school bus. i've never seen the kids by themselves. >> the san mateo county coroner eaves will do an investigation
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into this drowning. i did speak or touch base with the san mateo police department. their investigators telling me that at this point the drowning appears to be a tragic accident. back to you. we're following breaking news out of the southern california where 47-year-old rodney king has been found dead. according to tmz effort found early this morning by his fiancee at the bottom of their pool. tmz says he was pronounced dead just after 6:00 a.m. a drowning investigation is being conducted by police. he became fame us in 1991 when he was videotaped being beaten by l.a.p.d. officers. all of the officers involved were acquitted of criminal charges sparking citywide riots. a funeral is being planned for a 13-year-old boy who died trying to push a a stranded truck off highway 101. trevor smith was on his way to a birthday party friday when a truck carrying some of the pear guests ran out of gas. he got out to help push the
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truck. he fell and was run over. oakland police are severing for the drive responsible for a fatal hit and run crash about 10:00 p.m. last night at 61st avenue and east lawn street near international boulevard. police responded to the scene after getting reports of a fight. when they got there, they found the body in the street. witnesses told them the driver hit the victim and a nearby white suv before taking off. you can see the suv there. they are expecting it and the crash site for clues about the suspect's vehicle. two women were hurt after a freak accident in the water in eastern contra costa county. on the back of a boat in the discovery bay harbor yesterday when a hydrofoil broke apart and struck them. both women were rushed to the hospital. >> be aware of your surroundings. slow down. especially when you see a skier or a wake border in the water.
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just pay attention. >> the contra costa county sheriff's office is investigating that accident. if you did not enjoy the sweltering temperatures yesterday, you are in luck. a cooling trend does start today. it's expected to be ten degrees cooler than it was yesterday. >> the kids are out of school and over tripple digit temperatures, you will have some crowds of. >> a lot of kids, a lot of people. >> the usual crowd was twice as big as the lake in oakland. they likely had a cooler time than that guy whose job required him to wear a hot dog snuggy in that 103-degree
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livermore heat. you just want to cry for that guy. that's a live look at san jose. we have blue sky out there. this looks a little hazy. we have better air quality in store for today. we have a pattern change going on. we have fog along the coastline this morning. we have a sliver just inside the bay. we have the onshore breeze back. that delta breeze blowing 23 miles pr hour through fairfield. through the gate it's blowing pretty good, 20-25. a little gusty in the mill valley. sfo reporting calm conditions. that onshore breeze coming back. it will strengthen for today and will be even stronger. tomorrow will be cooler for inland areas. you will begin to feel it today. 64 in oakland right now, 64 in san francisco, low 70s in san jose, livermore 77 already for you. 74 in concord and areas to the
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north bay 69 napa, 72 in santa rosa. some of us waking up warmer than yesterday. by this afternoon you should begin to feel that breeze as it trickles in first the coast, then the bay, then inland finally feeling it a day or two later. this will be the cooler trend we get for the days ahead. this was saturday topping a 100 degrees, even warmer in some spots. today mid-90s. tomorrow mid-80s. if you are headed to the u.s. open, it will be cooler, low 60s, upper 50s, low 60s already outside this morning. we'll continue with that trend for the afternoon. the re-have us 80s near santa rosa today, 87 for petaluma, 88 novato, low 80s san rafael, 70 sausalito. 74 berkeley, mid-70s in oakland, low 70s at gametime for the a's this afternoon, mid- 70s second half of the day.
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off to the peninsula it will be partly cloudy, mostly sunny and warm in redwood city, 85 for you, 78 degrees in the city. heading to the north beach festival today, 60s along the coast. that's a ten degree difference from just yesterday. many areas along the coast waking up with a little fog and drizzle this morning. extended forecast, numbers rolling back to the mid-80s monday for the valley locations. the coast slightly cooler. on tuesday partly cloudy, subtle changes. more of a warm-up come mid-week wednesday which happens to be the first day of summer. thursday we cool it down a bit again. i will have the father's day lunchtime numbers coming up. additional crews have arrived to fight the wildfire that's destroyed more homes than any fire in colorado history. more than 1600 firefighters are working around the clock fighting this fire.
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the fire is estimated to be 45% contained. lightning started that fire more than a week ago. it's burned 55,000 acres. >> the number we came up with 181 homes destroyed by this fire. my understanding is that makes this the most destructive wildfire in colorado. >> the fire was quiet overnight but crews are under a red flag warning today. they're expecting wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour along ridge tops and temperatures in the 90s. a southern california wildfire is expected to grow today as hot conditions fuel the flames. that fire began yesterday afternoon south of i-10 in beaumont. by the time firefighters got there, 30 acres had burned. then that spread to 2,000 acres all within four hours. they say the location of the fire is making it hard to get in front of of it. >> air tankers and water dropping helicopters are both being very effective. they're really -- they're the only thing reaching the fire right now. we have crews working their way
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into it. >> forecasters say the wind will drop to ten miles per hour today but temperatures will still be in the 90s and so far it's only about 10% contained. a a plane loses power in mid-air during an air show. how the pilot averted a potential disaster. >> a stage collapses, killing one person, trapping several others. what we're learning about the tragic accident at this radiohead concert in canada. >> taking you outside, that is bay point, highway 4, looks like traffic is moving very well in both directions on this father's day morning. this is "mornings on 2".
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good morning to you. a live look at the richmond-san rafael bridge, fog returning to the coast this morning. the onshore breeze on its way back as well. new, greeks are voteing in what is arguably their country's most critical election in 40 years. they're running neck and neck. banks and other european governments fear that if the siriza wins and rejects the yorpt een bailout, it could trigger another financial crisis. worst case scenario, greece defaults on its debt, stops using the euro and touches off a christ that's would move across europe, hit u.s. stocks
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and lead to big bank losses. for the second a and final day egyptians are voting for a new president. they're choosing between the ex- prime minister and a conservative islamist from the muslim brotherhood. the country is being run by the military right now. most egyptians say they're not happy with their choices but are still hoping one of the candidates will be able to restore order to the country. >> i want democracy. i don't allow any man like hosni. >> despite the election, there are still report it is may not matter who the people vote for because the military may be the one to make the final decision on a winner. one person is dead after a stage collapsed about an hour before a radiohead concert yesterday afternoon in toronto. crew members were setting up
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the stage when it suddenly fell on top of them. the crash left several people trapped under the rubble. >> they were setting up when the top portion of the stage collapsed on top of them. my understanding is there were a number of people on that stage. unfortunately, four people were hurt. the rest of the people when they heard the stage coming down ran from the area. >> the show was cancelled after that accident. investigators are trying to determine what caused the collapse as the weather was clear yesterday. it's been almost a year since a similar stage collapse killed seven people at a sugarland concert. 70-mile-per-hour winds flocked down the stage at the indiana state fair last august. an air show nearly ended in disaster. >> oh, my god. >> watch that stunt plane as it crashes. this was over in eastern idaho.
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the pilot was doing a series of rolls when his plane lost power. the pilot aimed for an empty field when he went down and suffered a broken ankle. otherwise, he is ok. there will be a new course at this year's reno air races after last year's deadly crash. last year eleven people were killed when a vintage plane crashed near vip seats. the course will be about 150 feet further away from spectators. four climbers are presumed dead after an avalanche on the highest mountain in north america. a japanese team was scaling mount mckinley thursday in alaska. snowfall and wind are slowing search efforts. there are 400 climbers currently on the mountain. this is some of the damage left in mexico by a hurricane.
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this storm made landfall near acapulco friday triggering cell mudslides. to children were killed when their home was crushed. rescuers pulled the girls' mother out of the rubble alive. form are presidential candidate rick rick is weighing in on president barack obama's new immigration policy. >> so you are seeing a pattern where the president has said, i'm going to pick and choose what laws i'm going to enforce, what laws i'm going to stand up and fight for in court. that is not the job of the president. >> he says it's wrong for the froze stand up for immigration and ignore issues such as the defense of marriage act. he also criticized mitt romney's response to the immigration policy. he says romney should have taken a harder stance. this woke both mitt romney and president barack obama will get reaction on the new policy from latino voters. both are scheduled to appear at a political conference held by
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the national association of latino elected officials. mitt romney is scheduled to speak thursday, the president on friday. latinos are the fastest growing group of voters in the country with twelve million expected to head to the polls in november. some new green regulations are causing controversy even before they take effect. california recently approved some of the toughest standards for new homes in the nation. starting in 2014 the new rules will require things like solar ready roofs a and sensor lights on new homes. state officials say it will save homeowners money in the long run but not everyone agrees. >> we had like to see more being done in forcing what's already out there rather than continuing to increase the strine gensy of the regulations. >> our power plants don't to have rush as often. we have been able to build fewer power plants. so we've had saveings in the our electric system. it's been a tremendous benefit to the state. >> some industry groups say the higher construction costs will hurt many californians still recovering from the recession.
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>> microsoft is preparing a big announcement for tomorrow, possibly involving a new tablet. rumor has it the company is going to come out with its own tablet computer. microsoft is a software company, has never made a computer out own before. the tablet reportedly runs a new version of windows known as windows rt based on the same class of chips the ipad uses. microsoft seems to be following apple's lead in creating software and hardware for products. apple's co-founder had advice for santa clara university graduates. >> be nice to people. you will go further in the end. >> he served as commencement speaker and reminds graduates from schools of business, engineering and arts and sciences that following their passions is a path to success. he also received an honorary doctorate of engineering leader
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up. if you park illegally in san francisco, watch out. newly hired parking enforcement officers will soon target drivers who park illegally in residential areas. the plan will help the tam tam close a nearly $20 million budget deficit. highway 4 in discovery bay is now back open. kellogg bridge was closed this morning. construction crews were doing paving work. more closures are expect on the same stretch tomorrow morning. a water main break led to traffic problems in benicia. a sink hole developed at the bottom of an off ramp from # 780 to south haj harshton road yesterday. a father in the south bay gets the surprise of a lifetime. for father's day reunion that took weeks to pull off. >> our afternoon highs are expected to spiral. we'll look at what to expect for your area coming up. way-there's no way.
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an air force spacecraft is back on ertsd after spending the past 15 months on a secret mission. it landed in california yesterday. the air force did not give any advance warning of the landing and would not provide details about the mission. it said that the journey was a a spectacular success because the space plane or bitted twice as long as its predecessor. a it's father's day. it's an extra special day for a a dad in the south bay who got a pretty big surprise from his son returning from overseas. >> present arms. >> holy [beep] >> you are not going to find a reaction better than that. everybody there was in on the surprise accept for him. ramos wife convinced him to ride with the patriot guard to
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welcome home a soldier. >> i shot mop a text. i have this great father's day surprise. that was essentially how it all came about. >> you saw words, i said. >> everyone knew about this surprise but they all had to keep it a secret for two weeks. they did it. ramos wasn't expecting to see his son home until christmas. hard to follow that. dozens of dogs hit the waves in san diego county this weekend for a good cause. the surf dog competition was held at imperial beach yesterday. the event raises money and awareness for abandoned pets this. year the money will go to the aspca. we talk about the wax lot. it was smoking hot yesterday. getting better today for people who don't have air conditioning. >> yeah. it's going to be a a lot better. around bait arks along the coast feeling it already. inland it will be the trickling effect. it takes a little while before
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you get that sea breeze. at this hour, some of the spots like concord and livermore already waking up in the 70s. meanwhile up along the coast, we're dealing with gray skies, fog, even a little bit of drizzle. we're telling two stories this morning. if you do live far inland and it's already 70 degrees, you have planned a a strategy and you are doing an early morning brunch for your father's day. low 60s to low 70s, so a a widespread of numbers going on out there. low 60s at the coast for lunchtime. 70s around the bay. inland areas that are going to get in the 90s today will be right about 85 degrees at lunch. it will already be warble in some spots. for the afternoon cool at the coast, mild around the bay, hot inland, not as hot. 88 for napa, 88 santa rosa, 83 san rafael, mid-70s in oakland, low 90s concord, mid- to upper 90s eared around livermore. at the coast it will be a cool
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day. 62 pacifica, partly cloudy. extended forecast, numbers continuing to roll back. we'll cool it off even more monday, mid-80s for the valley. that feels good. numbers will be begin to rebound slightly tuesday into wednesday. wednesday is the first day of summer. then into thursday numbers goin roll back again. next weekend could be a bit cool for this time of year. we'll track that for you. enjoy your father's day. back to you. tragedy on the water, two separate cases of drownings with bay area victims. >> here in san mateo a willing girl wanders away from her apartment and wines were drowning in this nearby lagoon. we'll tell you how neighbors are reaching out to her family. >> honoring the legacy of a san francisco hero, the special scholarship set up in honor of a fallen firefighter. sweet!
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a yule cruel drown there's a san mateo lagoon argument neighbor speaks out about this family tragedy. welcome back. >> i'm claudine wong. a memorial now sits at the lagoon where this young child drowned. the accident happened yesterday around 4:15 at a lagoon near the apartment complex on the 1500 block of day street. alex savage is live on the scene with what we know about what happened. >> reporter: one neighbor i talked with a short time ago told me this girl's parents always kept a close eye on their kids.
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that's why they find this hard to understand. yesterday she wandered away from her a was found floating in this nearby lagoon. there is a small memorial sitting here at the edge of the water. last night neighbors came to this very spot and held a candlelight vigil, many shocked boy this drowning. it happened in a matter of minutes yesterday afternoon just after 4:00. the girl's family called up 9-1- 1 to report that their daughter was missing. san mateo police police department moved in and began to search this area. a shore time later we're told it was a neighbor who found the girl floating unresponsive in this lagoon just adjacent to the apartment complex where she lives. police and paramedic performed cpr but could not revive the girl. she was pronounced dead at the scene. we talked with a neighbor who lives nearby the family and says she saw the girl's dad shortly after the drowning. >> he was just heartbroken. he did not seem like he really wanted to talk and i didn't
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want to pressure. i expressed my sympathies and kind of went home. i'm sure they're just devastated. >> reporter: the san mateo county coroner's office will be doing a a full investigation into the girl's death. so far she has not been identified. i did touch base with the san mateo police department. they tell me at this point the drowning appears to be a tragic accident. the girl's father, one of our crews did catch up with him last night. he was far too distraught to talk on camera about what happened. back to you. oakland police are investigating the death of a longtime east bay artist found stabbed to death in his home. police discovered the body of michael bradley inside a duplex on market street. a neighbor called police after he had not seen bradley for a a few days. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward in the case. we have more details about a shooting in oakland we told
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you about yesterday all four people shot are labors who immigrated from guatemala. the four men were shot around 4:00 yesterday morning near 28th avenue and east 16th street. one man was of pronounced dead at the scene. his brother and two cousins were wounded but are expected to survive. despite situations like that shooting, most bay area cities are reporting a drop in violent crimes. 13 of the area's 15 biggest cities recorded fewer murders, robberies, assaults and rapes last year than in 2010. this is according to new numbers from the f.b.i. there are differing accounts of what exactly happened on new year's eve in the ross mirkirimi case. his neighbor submitted evidence fried day that shows key differences from what ross mirkirimi and his wife say
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happened during their december 31 argument. one of the sticking points is whether ross mirkirimi tried to interfere with the investigation. a misconduct hearing is set for tuesday. it could cost him his job as sheriff. there are still people camped out at oakland's lakeview elementary school. we sent someone over to check on the situation. they said there are five tents still set up there. they've been there since friday afternoon protesting the closure of that school. it's closing because of budget cuts. the protesters say they're going to stay at the school until they feel like the district is listening to them. the new glen cove waterfront park reopened in vawd lay hoe this week toned praise and criticism. a group of native americans protested the opening of the park yesterday. last year they tried to bloct development of the park saying the new parking lot sits on sacred ground. the grater vallejo recreation district agreed to modify the plans. protesters say they did not
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follow through. >> what they were supposed to do is not put any bathrooms on the site which they did not do. they were only supposed to have two handicapped parking spots. they have seven. they were not supposed to grade the hill where we knew our ancestors remains were at. >> that specifically specified in the cultural easement that spiritual events by native americans can occur here. it's encouraged to occur here. >> just 30 yards from the protest, others cheered the opening of the park. supporters say it opens the area to the public. we're hearing more about the discovery of the shipwrecked both found at the bottom of the safe cortez. the search effort was led by joe hacinto is one of the step sons of one of the seven men presumed dead when that ship went down. less than 24 hours after the sinking, he rented boats and equipment and convinced a a survivor to help him. last week sonar images revealed features of the ship. a dive confirmed it was the ship. families must decide whether to
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spend more money to diver into the wreck and possibly recover the bodies. a new scholarship will help carry on the legacy of a san francisco firefighter killed in the line of duty. lieutenant vincent perez died last june fighting a house fire in the diamond heights neighborhood. yesterday the school held a fundraiser for a scholarship in his name. the firefighters local union donated $25,000 to that fund. >> it's about the heroesest day, the men and women in fiewn oorm, the military or our fire department here of san francisco, or where i work, the oakland police department, a it's about the sacrifices they make every day. >> that same fire also killed another firefighter and paramedic. firefighters in southern california are struggling to control a wildfire being fueled by dry conditions. the fire began yesterday afternoon south of i-10 in beaumont. 30 acres burned by the time firefighters got there. then it spread to 2 thoued
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acres within four hours. the wind will drop to ten miles per hour today. temperatures will be in the 90s. so far it's only 10% contained. a fire in el dorado county came very close to home yesterday afternoon east of folsom lake. several people in the area had to leave their homes because that fire spread so quickly. it burned ten acres before firefighters got it under control. >> i looked out my kitchen window which faces up here and saw yellow -- i thought they were clouds. they were yellow. then i started seeing flames and smoke. >> firefighters say all the homes had proper defensible space which did help them. the cause is still being investigated. good morning to you. a live look here from san jose. we have a southerly breeze over san jose at this time. mostly blue skies. fog has returned to the coastline. the onshore breeze is back with
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us. it will strengthen over the next day or so. we'll see a cooler pattern taking hold of us by the afternoon especially for the coast, along the bay and then it will begin to creep inland. inland warming unrapidly, 77 already livermore right now, 74 concord, 76 fairfield, where we do have an onshore delta breeze blowing through fairfield. 69 napa, 72 santa rosa, upper 50s near san francisco and along the coast significant cooling today. we have fog, even a little drizzle at this hour. the westerly breeze will pick up. outside of that we have mostly sunny skies makeover most of the bay area. the onshore breeze, the fog, we have a system off the coast of baja that's bringing that southerly surge all the way to the bay area. that will continue. we've got systems riding over the north of us, a weak one today flattening our ridge a
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bit, a stronger one tomorrow continue our cooling. mostly sunny skies in most places, fog along the coast, a mild start. 5-15 degrees cooler for today. still quite warm in many areas. cooling trend continue mung day. 88 for novato this afternoon, 87 petaluma, 88 santa rosa, 83 san rafael, 70 sausalito, a nice day to head to the a's game. 75 in the afternoon for oakland, low 70s at gametime. 90s walnut creek, danville, 96 livermore. yesterday inland valley some topped 100 degrees. we'll be warm in many spots, but not as bad. the extended forecast, numbers continuing to fall into monday, mid-80s will be the average
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inland. low 60s for the coast, partly cloudy, morning fog. partly cloudy tuesday, slightly warmer, bigger jump wednesday, first day of summer. thursday we're cooling off a bit. back to you. california pizza kiffen in walnut creek is back open off a norovirus outbreak shut it down. it was closed by the health department friday after tests confirmed two customers and three employees had norovirus. 20 people had reported feeling sick after eating there earlier this month. the restaurant reopened last night after thorough cleaning and inspection. in the dolly lama turns the tables on a famous comedian. what did he to russell tbland caught the british funnyman off guard. the final day of the u.s. open has begun. you can see crowds of people pouring into the olympic club. we'll take you to the olympic club in a live report coming
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good morning to you. live look over san rafael, mostly blue skies, a a mild start to the day, temperatures ten degrees cooler this afternoon than yesterday's highs. time to recap our top stories. one man is missing and presumed dead after a fishing boat capsized in the delta five miles west of stockton. the body of a second man was found. a third was found alive clinging to the boat. all three men were reportedly from oakland. police are expected to continue
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search forget missing man today. a 3-year-old girl drowned in what sheriff's investigators are calling a tragic accident. the girl wandered away from her home in san mateo yesterday. a neighbor found her floating in a nearby lagoon. her parents were home but did not see the girl wander away. 47-year-old rodney king was found dead. he was found by his fiancee at the bottom of their skipping pool. king became fame us in 1991 when he was videotaped being beaten by los angeles police officers. back here in the bay area, the first golfers have teed off in the final round of the u.s. open. former champs jim furyk and graeme mcdowell are tied for the lead. we have the latest live at the open. we're with some people who came a long way to see the best golfers in the world. >> reporter: that's right. from as far away as vancouver, missouri, the ecoasts are other country, they're all coming to
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the olympic club for the u.s. open. when they come in, this is what they see. the usga has built a popup city here at the olympic club. they've got enormous tents they've set up just for this event. people are checking their bags over here and often the distance of that enormous tent, that's growrs selling merchandise. when the grads come through, you can see them pass through this pal union. they head up the stairs off in the distance over there to make their way over to the course to get a good spot to view some of the action today. we're standing on a two-story tall platform that the usga built on top of the olympic club course just for this event. can you see the old sand trap under that platform. off to the left, you can see the main entrance to the course where people are -- big crowds coming through. they're getting their passes scanned and getting ready to start their day here. the first group of golfers teed off about 20 minutes ago. the main golfers, the top players, they don't get started until later on this afternoon. we have been here since 6:00
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a.m. people have been pouring into the olympic club since then to get an early start. >> good morning. >> morning. >> thank you. >> it's father's day today. organizers are expecting big crowds of spectators to watch the u.s. open. most of them had to take shuttle buss from candlestick park to the course because there is no parking near the olympic club. one of the media reps says they're expecting between 33,000 and 35,000 people to watch the event today. that's not even including the 5,000 volunteers who are here also. we asked some of the golf fans what they were along looking forward to most today. >> you can see the tournament better sitting at home in front of the tv. there's something about being here. it's exciting. >> i wanted to see the olympic club. we've seen that already. it's nice to see the best players in the world. >> reporter: some of the top players spectators will get to
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see today, tiger woods. woods shot five over par yesterday. it was his worst score ever at major championship after starting the round in the lead. jim furyk and graeme mcdowell will start today's final round tied for the lead at one under par. they don't get started. they're the last group to tee off at 3:00 this afternoon. people have been coming to the olympic club since 6:00 a.m. a lot of people wanted to get an early start to make sure they have a good spot on the course to watch the golfers this afternoon. back to you. it was an all around bad day for tiger woods. he struggled and fell behind in the third round. watch this. see him hit that photographer right there. he shakes his had off. that was on the 18th hole. he collided with a cameraman. he says he is still going to play today. he said directly after that and later with reporters that he was quoted, just fine. organizers of the london olympics say they were not persuaded to give extra premium
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particular particular to greece. the sunday times of london allegesth greek committee president asked the london chairman for extra tickets because there is a big demand in greece. the organizing committee denied the allegations. jerry sandusky will ungo a psychological examination today. a source says he will talk to a prosecution psychologist. the former football coach says he suffers from a personality disorder that cause thoimed write love letters to his alleged accusers but that does not necessarily mean he molested them. the prosecution could wrap up tomorrow. new feb photos show how james witty bulger lived as a fugitive. more than 30 guns and knives and ammunition and cash were found stuffed inside the walls and under the bed at the apartment he shared with his girlfriend. investigators seized more than $800,000 in cash. bulger hid from law enforcement for 16 years before he was arrested last year.
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his girlfriend was sentenced to eight years in prison for helping him who is accused of 19 murders in south boston. oakland police are not saying much about report last night of a man on a roofer armed with a gun. officers were called to garden street near east 27th street around 8:00 p.m. officers searched for the gunman. three men were eventually arrested. there is no word on what charges they'll face. no one was hurt. a man charged with burning down a san jose school heads back to court tuesday. he is in jail on aggravated arson charges. prosecutors say he and another man admitted to starting the fire at trace elementary two years ago. they were both 16 but have now been charged as adults. a pro football player faces federal arson charges following an apartment fire. police say kevin elson set his bed on fire with a cigar because he quote, god told him
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to do it. this happened in washington statement cell phone vo shows how dangerous it could have been. everybody got out safely. >> we just grabbed the stuff we could, grab our kids, i grabbed all my school books and ran out here. >> elson was once one of the top defensive backs in the nation for the usc trojans before hurt his knee as a senior. a man accused of kill threeg armored car guards at a university in western canada has been arrested. he was taken into custody yesterday as he tried cross into the u.s. at the border between canada and washington. border patrol said he was in a blue pickup truck and was alone. police say he killed three of his fellow armored guards and left a fourth seriously injured fry dade during a robbery attempt. police still don't know why a woman drove her car into a crowd at a festival injuring about 30 people. it happened at a town square in
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ohio friday night. the woman drove about 50 feet at 20 miles per hour, hitting people and pinning them under her car. bystanders had to lift the car do get some of the people out. some did suffer serious injuries. witnesses say the 63-year-old driver looked disor yentded. today mitt romney's every town counts tour is taking him to ohio. since friday mitt romney has been on the road traveling to small cities he says the president has forgotten. yesterday during three stops in pennsylvania he told people the country is on a pat to become leak europe, something america does not need. >> we're not going to go down that path. we're going to restore principles that made america the nation, the exceptional nation it is, get america working again. >> besides pennsylvania mitt romney has stopped in new hampshire. after ohio he heads to wisconsin, michigan and iowa. despite mitt romney's visit, it was ron paul who came out on
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top in this weekend's convention in iowa. paul received 2 sst 25 unbound delegates elected over the weekend. he says he will continue to bring those votes to the republican national convention in august. paul has admitted that mitt romney will be the nominee. he still hopes to influence the direction the the party goes. president barack obama and his family are spending father's day weekend in their hometown of chicago. we have video from last night. this is the first family attending the wedding of a white house advisor's daughter. neighbors say they're glad to see the president who has not spent much time there since becoming the commander in chief. he will leave chicago today and head to the g-20 sum anytime mexico. secure is tight in mexico as the world leaders arrive for the summit. mexican police on patrol are backed by the military and helicopters and boats. the summit is being met with protests. activists are asking for leaders to not forget about food security while discussing
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issues like economic stabilization and financial reform. that summit starts tomorrow. usually russell brand tellsth jokes. this time the joke was on him. dalai lama grabbed russell brand's beard during a a speech last night in england. >> go with it. >> the dalai lama is touring the united kingdom outlining his buddhist teachings of peace and understanding. it was a birthday celebration fit for a queen. the royal family rode in carriages. this is the trooping the color parade held outside bucking hal palace. yesterday was the queen's official birthday which is always celebrated in june even though her actual birthday was in april when she turned 86. hollywood is in the bay
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area. dreams of becoming the next music superstar, local auditions for "the x factor." >> a notable drop in our afternoon highs is expected today. we'll look at the numbers. i should be arrested for crimes against potted plant-kind.
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welcome back. tomorrow san francisco kicks off the city's gay pride week with the traditional raising of the rainbow flag. seem city officials including mayor ed lee and pride pro raid participants will raise the flag from the balcony of the mayor's city hall office. this was last year's ceremony. this year's festivities are next weekend culminating with the parade sunday. "the x factor" tapings are continuing today at oakland's oracle arena. yesterday thousand find people made their way in to sit in the audience and see that show. some people came to see the judges. you see them there. others came to see the
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contestants. they wanted to sew how gtd singers really are. the tapings do continue twice a day until tomorrow. there are not any tickets available but there is a wait list. you can sign up for that list on "the x factor" website. you can also get more information on ktvu.com. we have more on the auditions including a slide show. just visit ktvu.com, click on the photos tab. on father's day, happy father's day to everybody. rosemary orozco, how is the weather? >> it's actually a nice day out there. the air quality is better. our numbers are taking a dive. this is where he we landed saturday, up above 100 inland, mid-90s for today. then mid-80s monday. 77 in hayward today for the afternoon, 75 in oakland, 70 san francisco, inland it will be warm but more manageable. 93 concord, 96 livermore, 92
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fairfield. 88 santa rosa today, 88 in napa. a significant cooldown for the coast, dealing with fog this morning along the coast. pacifica 62 degrees. the breeze will continue perhaps spretsdening for the afternoon, 85 degrees in redwood city. there is the father's day forecast. now the extended forecast, tomorrow the numbers will continue to cool. you have to suit up again just in time. numbers back to the mid-80s. a subtle warm-up tuesday, low 90s wednesday. cooling down again thursday. >> thank you. we solve some festivals today. you cfer the sights and sounds of the mediterranean coast right here in the bay area this weekend. >> how about a little italian serenade? it's all part of the 58th annual north beach festival in san francisco. that event begins in a few minutes at 10:00 a.m. and will run until 6:00 p.m. attractions klutz food, crafts and street art. this is one of the oldest street festivals in the area.
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>> thousands of people will be celebrating history today in san francisco with the 52nd annual festival on fillmore street. it's a two day event. it started yesterday, ends today. it comem rating the ending of slavery in the u.s. organizers say the festival is the largest gasted engage of african- americans in northern california. that is our report this morning. thank you for trusting us. >> be sure to join us for our next newscast at 5:00. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. happy father's day. thank you for joining us.
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