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. they are wetting ready to close market streets for people to watch -- they are getting ready to close the market street for people ready to watch the parade. 49er stadium in santa clara, the $30 million loss the team is now facing.
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. good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, june 4, i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> a lot going on in the bay area. and see what to expect outside. good morning, see rosemary. >> you should wake up seeing it cooler. slightly warmer for the afternoon. i will show you the numbers coming up. right now, preparations underway for the main event of pride weekend, pride parade. thousands of people are expected to attend. allie rasmus is there and why protestors may be showing up. allie? >> reporter: this is where the parade starts and they are in the process of closing down market street. we are three and a half hours
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away so market street is open to traffic right now. it will not be the case for much longer. there are thousands, tens of thousands, large crowds expected today and they are here for crowd control. last year, close to 1 million people showed up for sf pride weekend celebration. including the tens of thousands of people who show up to watch the parade. they are expecting attendance to be even higher. >> there are 200 groups and many of them have floats. we have a preview of some of the floats this weekend. they were built up over pier 54. some people are criticizing the parade for becoming too corporate and too organized. >> they plan to protest this parade. parade organizers say sponsorships let them put on a well organized professional event that raises a lot of money for lbg .
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>> in the next couple of hours we will -- lbg organizations. right now market street is open to traffic. they are in the process of shutting down for stage events. live in san francisco, allie rasmus. ktvu. >> here is a look at the route. it starts at market and beale and ending at market and eighth streets. >> thousands of people got pride rolling with dike march and pink saturday. >> they call it the largest street party. food trucks were set up and it all followed the dike march in delores park. they now think it is a negative term but they have taken it back. >> it is people who take it and we are owning it and celebrating it in a different
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way, positive way. >> it was a good event to show how powerful the lesbian community can be. we have complete pride coverage on our website. look for the hot topic section object ktvu.com. there -- on ktvu.com. santa clara county officials have pulled $30 million in tax funds that were supposed to help fund the billion dollars facility. county leaders say they would rather spend the money on improving schools. 49ers in santa lar rah city leaders object. they say they had ear marked the money to go to the stadium. they will not say whether this will go to the construction of the stadium. they are looking for the gunman who wounded three people. it happened at 80th avenue and ailedder street. they found bullet casings at the scene. they are men in their 20s and
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all three victim resist expected to survive. it is not clear what led up to the gunfire. police told us it may be tied to a dispute over a drug deal. in other overnight news, a man is in critical condition following a chase at san lee around doe. it -- san leandro, they were chasing two suspects and it crashed into a freeway retaining wall. they arrested one man at the scene the and second man jumped over trying to get away. >> he fell 30 feet and taken to the hospital. highway patrol is looking for a driver who may have been involved in a fatal crash in mountain view. >> it p happened near evelyn avenue 6:30 last night. chp said a woman in her 20s. crashed into a tree and she died at the scene. they are now looking for a second vehicle that left the
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scene. it as white toyota camry with five j nm316. it is unclear how the car may be involved. >> they rescued a man who crash need an embankment. it ended up 30 feet down the hill and in the creek. they had to use a ladder to bring him up to safety. it is not clear what caused him to lose control of his car. we should know within 48 hours, the cause of the fire that closed down the bart system. they began the investigation and it is next to the oakland bart station. they are expected to announce today or tomorrow whether the fire was arson or an accident. the flames forced bart to halt train service across the bay for 12 hours creating a chaotic commute. a woman is arrested for allegedly setting a villejo
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encamp meant on fire. police say the homeless woman was angry with other people in the camp and burned their shelters. no one was hurt and the woman was arrested on suspicion of arson and attempted murder. >> certainly expected to be nice today. but not hot. something like we saw yesterday, right, rosemary? >> perfect if you ask knee. one of the -- ask me. >> one of the best seasons. this is for the inland areas. 60s along the coast. few upper 50s and live look there at again, representing the pride festivities going on this weekend. parade is kicking off this morning. it as cool start out there. some of the inland areas slipping back into the 40s. calm conditions in santa rosa. and westerly and fairfield and calm over san jose. we will look at your numbers.
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52 in fairfield. and 50 degrees in napa. and oakland down into the south bay. stepping outside your door in san jose. and 53 for livermore. getting into the afternoon. we have another pleasant forecast for you. it will turn breezy as the system here. pretty much stays as it is. >> bringing that on shore breeze to the area. and continuing throughout the sunday. >> numbers warm slightly. few degrees over yesterday. >> partly cloudy skies. cool to mild weather. and upper 50s to mid-60s and low 70s. around the bay and inland. we are looking at wind 10 to 20 miles an hour for the afternoon. here are the highs expected. 73 for you. 74 for petaluma. and san rafael and sauce lito. and 63 at stenson beach and look at temperatures at oakland this afternoon. 69 for castor valley.
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down into pleasanton. and in you are headed in that direction, great day. livermore, and the south bay, another one enjoyable for you. # two san jose. 73 morgan hill. >> if you are headed to santa cruz, it is great for the boardwalk. 69 in woodside and redwood city. >> san mateo 69. in the city this afternoon, the festivities continue there. the extended forecast showing you again, just a gentle warm up. getting back to work on monday, a lot like today. mid-70s and we head in towards tuesday and wednesday. warming back into the low 80s. we are not going to see any type of spike. the numbers will remain at average. maybe a little below average in some cases. coming up, we will have the lunchtime numbers. firefighters were already stretched in. and fighting five wildfires and now a sixth is burning in colorado. how fast it is moving and how many people have been
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evacuated. >> all eyes on egypt. the critical elections will be announced and why officials are standing by. >> that is is the golden gate bridge. should be a busy day for marin county. people heading north to nascar in zone nome ma. and to the -- sonoma. and to the south for the parade. you are watching "mornings on 2". here you go little man.
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it spans oceans, stretches continents. and is scalable as far as the mind can see. our cloud is the cloud other clouds look up to. welcome to the uppernet. . live look there at the oakland estuary. another mild afternoon in store. firefighters in colorado are battling a new filed fire. this is what -- new wildfire there. this is the waldo canyon fire. it covered 2,000 acres. this shows how close it is to
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the city. over a thousand homes have been evacuated. the wildfires burning in the state, they are looking for an arsonist that started 20 fires in the last five days. they believe someone is starting the small fires in teller county. six small fires are report a two hour time span friday night. >> nine children here with a person that could possibly is burn our house down is very disturbing. >> teller county officials took a person of interest into custody and let him go. right now they don't have any suspects. it is a day of historic change in egypt. thousands of people are gathered in the main square. they are awaiting egypt's electoral commission to announce the runoff. mubarak's prime minister is
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running against someone else. both candidate are in the square. egyptian police have orders to respond with decisive force if there is any sign of trouble. the announcement is expected any moment. >> stay tuned for update on the developing story. >> while facing an economic crisis, there is word that greece's new prime minister is not well enough to travel to a european summit in brussels. he went into surgery for his retina. the finance minister was hospitalized friday. the out going finance minister will lead the delegation to the summit. jerry sandusky is in a llafonte jail isolated from other prisoners. his wife paid him a visit yesterday. they will determine whether he
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is a violent sexual predator. sentencing will take place within the next three months and receive up to 442 years behind bars. it now appears his legal appeal may focus on how fast he was brought to trial. they tried to quit at the start of jury selection saying they weren't given enough time to prepare. >> legal analysts say seven months between his arrest and trial was faster than normal pennsylvania standards. >> penn state is hoping to move forward. they set up a program to set up legal claims and compensate victims as soon as possible. >> who should pay damages. experts estimate each victim could receive a million dollars each. >> the athletic director and former administrator is accused of covering up sexual abuse allegations. the mother of a kansas city girl is facing charges in a shocking child abuse case. they followed up on a tupian
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found the women's 10-year-old child locked inside a closet. she weighed 32-pound. a little girl told police she would go days without eating and never got to play outside and was forced to use the closet as a bathroom. >> we know it not to be normal. we know it to be completely atrocious and, in fact, so does the suspect in the case who also admitted to knowing that she treated her differently and knowing that she probably should not have kept her in the closet. >> the mother told the police she kept her there because the daughter was painfully thin and worried she would get in trouble if anyone saw her. she is now in protective custody with her two young siblings, the other two children appear to be healthy. a state of emergency is declared in this state. the roof served as a parking area in ontario lake.
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they were injured during -- people were injured. several cars did fall through the gaping hole. it is unclear what caused the collapse. and prompted emergency officials to shut off all power to the mall. protestors rallied outside in arizona arguing conditions at the jail are inhumane. >> we are human. we are rights. >> the jail run by maricopa sheriff joe arpaio has a contentious immigration law and will file charges against the sheriff. >> the conditions in joe arpaio's jail and his abuse of the law. he. >> he jailed them in triple digits heat. they he accused his office of
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profiling latino's. >> the one who won gabrielle gifford's seat is carrying on. they talked to 300 constituents. >> there was a similar event last year. six people were killed and giffords was shot in the head and survived. and still recovering. >> meeting the new congressman was therapeutic. >> it is touching and emotional. but i would be disappointed in myself if there was still not some emotion involved in that incident. >> it is carrying the constituents message directly from the constituent to our congressman and no more direct route than that. >> i felt it was essential to do this. we cannot be scared away from doing our job. >> barber was also at the shooting. she picked him to succeed here. >> he will finish the six months and must win re-election in november for a new two year
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term. j.p. morgan chase will drop overdraft he fees and end the $34 overdraft purchases for $5 or less. this goes into effect on july 22nd. the decision is part of a class action lawsuit settlement to resolve claims the bank was charges excessive over draft fees. >> there could be a community battle if they have plans to expand the store. they report the largest retailer is considering the project which would include a 32,000 square foot grocery. the expansion was scrapped after residents filed suit cue to traffic and noise concerns. >> they saw a bigger store would mean more jobs and bigger tax revenues. >> he is the owner of a hawaiian island. they are hoping he can get things done. >> they hope ellison brings job to the rural island.
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they want affordable housing and better transportation. they say he needs to be sensitive to their close knit community. picks or's animation has the number 1 film in america. >> the movie "brave" is expected to gross $60 million. it is about a scottish archer who is out to defeat a beastly curse. >> followed by abraham lincoln, mad gather car three. and followed by prometheus and tom cruise's "rock of ages." he is a superstar. >> there is ryan see sea crest, auditions were held yesterday.
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many case tants arrived a day ahead of time. >> i will be the next one. all of us out here. we have great singers out here. >> my sister passed away when she was two. and i am doing this for her. >> there are three more audition stops in chicago, new orleans, and oklahoma city. only auditions were held earlier in the month in los angeles. american idol season 12 premieres in january. this leads to an arrest. what led to the vendor making death threats. >> if you play the lottery, three winning tickets sold in the bay area. we will tell you where and just how much they were. >> good looking start to the morning, the numbers expected for your area.
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. police say a cool cup of
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lemonade led to the death threats in the farmer's market. a vendor became angry at a woman who demanded more lemon in the lemonade she bought for her children. things got out of control when the husband stepped in. the man threatened to kill them. the police were called in and arrested the vendor. no one was hurt. a lottery ticket worth $13 million was just sold in sonoma county. they won the ticket at the quick pick market in ronard park. >> three, two, 10, 22, 25, and the mega number 7. $13 million jackpot is the biggest lottery win in four years. still don't know who the winner is. someone from fremont is set for life. he won $2 million in the replay program and got what is called
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a second chance prize. >> he had bought a losing scratch ticket and got a second chance to win using information from the ticket. he is now going to get the set life payout of 2 million over 20 years. >> not bad. especially when you have a saving ticket. >> you would take it on your birthday. happy birthday to you claudine. >> first, let me turn the maps on. happy birthday, claudine. >> mike is going to help me get $2 million. >> didn't promise it. >> how do i get in on it. >> i hope your birthday assist as fabulous as you are. what you can expect for today. the numbers are similar to yesterday. we are looking at a slight warm up. tad cooler in some areas. 40s in and around santa rosa. and petaluma, cool start for you. the sun is up and we will begin to rebound as we move through
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the 8:00 numbers. upper 50s along the coast to low 60s and widespread around the bay and inland. then for the afternoon. 50s and 60s at the coast. 60s to mid-70s inland. not typical of what we get in june or around the summer time. >> what you can expect. big pride parade. it is 10:30. 59 degrees. partly sunny skies and not too bad. bring along a jacket and it is expected for today. there is the extended forecast. notice how we gradually climb. we are looking at 75-degree, the average for the back to work monday, upper 70s for tuesday. low 80s into thursday. under mostly sunny skies. back to you. >> san francisco's longest running free outdoor music festival conducts off today. thousands are expected at today's free concert which
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begins at 2:00. and performers are the glide ensemble, the family stone and grammy winner anita baker. there are free concerts every sunday through august 26th. green flag drops today at the savemart. in particular, highways 101, 37, 121, 43 top nascar drives will compete in the race which begins at noon. they will be driving around the track for 110 laps. this is one of two in the 36 race car schedule. sonoma is known for the tight turns. blind corners and long time crew chief said they have been preparing the car for the last month. keeping pit stops to a minimum is essential. >> that's one of the keys here in sonoma. to be able to do it on a two stop race. so you are not spending timon
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pit road. >> marcos ambrose and jeff gordon starting second. >> 100,000 people expected to attend. he used to be eke's top cop and now he is criticizing his former boss. what he is saying about the mayor's signature crime fighting. >> storm brewing in the east which could lead to increased gas prices to people here in the bay area.
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. the parade is hours away from getting underway. >> i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> the pride parade kicks off this morning and occupy protestors will be demonstrating. you can see the barricades are already up there in preparation for today's parade. the theme for the 42nd annual pride organization is global equality. music, marchers and dancers will be occu-pride. they call the parade's dormization by wells fargo, bank of america and clear channel. it starts at 10:30. here is the route. starts at market and beale and ends at market and
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eighth street. mormons will move in the pride parade and in other cities because of the church of jesus christ of latter day saints. mormons have shunned the sexual lifestyle. they backed proposition eight banning same-sex marriage. we have complete coverage. look for the hot topics section at ktvu.com. a community came together for an emotional tribute in danville. lance corporal corral was killed in afghanistan last november. the marine was only 19 years old. his grandfather is a retired army colonel who remembered and saluted his grandson. >> he hit me across the heart when he said papa, i want to be like you. that's pretty rough. i had to live with that.
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>> they called the memorial a symbol of a life well lived and an example well set. women in san francisco's mission district are taking extra precautions about hearing two alleged sexual assaults in their neighborhoods. >> i walk my dog every day. three time as day. now, i won't walk him alone at night. >> she did not want to be identified because she lived where the most recent assault happened. >> early morning two men raped a woman and the woman did not report the crime and police say they have since interviewed her and looking to see if there is a connection to a similar attack on june 15th. blocks away. they have stepped up patrols in the area. and handing out flyers warning people to be aware of thundershower surround diagnose. >> -- of their surroundings.
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>> a group of people were arguing at # street at 11:30 at night. amanda was fat tally shot in the head. they are still looking for the gunman. there is a fatal shooting as 27-year-old tony harper was the vick. they arrived at the hospital with gunshot wound. the other man is in serious condition. investigators believe they were shot near candlestick park. they have not released information on a suspect or motive. former police chief is adding fuel to criticism of mayor jean wong's crime fighting plan. it was a quote. political reaction to rising violence last summer. the plan was impossible to enforce. his department was already stretched too thin. the mayor claimed more than 90% of homicides in oakland occurred in a 100 block area. and the mayor's numbers did not add up. students.
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parents and teachers are vowing to continue the protest against five oakland elementary schools. about 200 people marched from the plaza to lake view elementary yesterday. they want the school superintendent to resign and the district to reopen the schools. some teachers and parents have been holding a sit in and teaching summer school at lake view for the past minute month and a half. >> you don't ve to close the schools. they did not, contrary to what they have been saying, work with the community. the community was blindsided. >> demonstrators propose cutting staff instead of closing schools and the the district said it would cover costs in state funding. a teacher from antioch is back home safe after a whale sung his boat. they are sure glad he is home and alive.
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the whale ran into his 50-foot sailboat off the coast of laplaya after he was finishing a solo trip around the world. his boat began to sink. >> when she came down kabam, it just shook. >> the sailor activated his emergency beacon. a cargo ship couldn't get to him. reflecting on his journey he wants to sail the world. his wife said he needs to find a new hobby. >> largest employee union will be working five days a week after reaching a deal with governor brown. the international union represents half of the state's 182,000 workers. the leaders of the union announced the agreement late yesterday. under the deal, salaries will be cut 4.6% for one year. in exchange union employees will be able to take eight more hours off per month.
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the big news. there will be no four day work week as the governor originally proposed. many state agencies will remain open on friday. >> the supreme court is expected to hands down the ruling on president obama's healthcare act in the next few days. >> they expect us to strike down part if not the entire law. supporters of the affordable healthcare act said everyone with children and young adults are covered under their parent's healthcare plans because of the law. >> they can lead to an emergency room visit. an increased need for medication and so increased costs. >> i would have to have insurance. i don't think i could go without. critics say everyone must buy health insurance in 2014. most americans oppose the healthcare reform and support most of its provisions.
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it indicates 55% of respondents are against the act. 44% favor it. it is a much different picture, however, when you break down the individual provisions. 82% support banning insurance companies from denying coverage to preexisting conditions and 61% like the provision of staying on their parent's coverage until the age of 26. >> this could have us paying more at the gas pump. tropical storm debby has formed. and put us on al remember from louisiana to the panhandle. she can reach strength and interfering with oil and gas production in the gulf region. that is raising the production of higher gas prices all across the country. >> one tornado linked has touched down in southwest florida. >> they damaged homes and businesses in east naples. mainly people said they watched the tornado rip apart their community. >> i saw the water from out of the canal and spinning around.
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and it is back there. and those ducks were being thrown in the air. >> spinning in a circle and there was a bam, boom, boom. >> trees were like breaking. >> one person was hit when he was hit by a falling tree limb. no reports of any serious injuries. >> look at the pictures. think how lucky we are to be here. we can complain about maybe it is a little cooler than we like. >> for some. it is perfect out there. >> little bit of relief from the summer heat. we haven't had too much. >> last saturday. it was stifling and maybe you are appreciating the numbers. >> once again for today. we will be slightly warmer. >> a live look there. san francisco twin peeks and look far in the distance. low clouds off in the coast. the coast is partly cloudy this morning. >> absolutely cooler by a degree or two.
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satellite radar view. we have mostly clear skies and the persistent low remaining off the oregon coast of the that will continue to plug our area with the on shore breeze and the below normal temperatures for your sunday. what can we expect. a lot of what we got yesterday. cloudy skies in the forecast the and winds will pick up in the afternoon. could be gusty over the hills and along the coast. >> around the bay and inland areas. 60s to low 70s. outside our door. it as cool one for you. >> 52 napa. and low 50s in concord, livermore. san jose. you are checking in. and more of the same. looking at low 50s. and it is nascar little bit later this morning. nice day in sonoma. and 67 at the lunch hour. mostly sunny skies and 72. forecasted temperatures are 73
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for santa rosa. 64 in stinson beach and hoping to head to the beach today. >> the wind breaker, hoodie. it could be cool cool. >> 67 for oakland. >> inland it is quite pleasant. 73 for danville. 73 for you in livermore. en antioch. 71 in santa clara. and 73 degrees in sunny vale and heading along the stretch. 70 for you. and 69 expected in san mateo. >> it is expected in the city for the pride if he as they continue. >> -- pride festivities. as they continue. >> slightly warmer than today. back into the low 80s. wednesday and thursday. heading to see the giants and as play. that game was exciting. i will have the forecast for you coming up. near disaster early this morning when two cars clipped a tour bus loaded with more than
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a dozen people. that's what the tour bus driver happened on interstate 880 in oakland. he was near the high street exit when the cars came flying by. >> they he were drag racing and passed me on the left hand side and the other one clipped the front end of the bus. >> the bus driver said the cars kept going. 13 people were on the bus on the way to ventura. no one was hurt. breaking out of jail. authorities in georgia are not only encouraging inmates to do that but rewarding them for successfully getting out. >> we will take you for a live look out for traffic. >> there is east shore freeway this morning. traffic moving along just fine in both directions. sun is out. it is 7:42. you are watching "mornings on 2".
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. good morning to you. live look there at the tribute tower clock. it is 844 -- 7:44. fast moving grass fire. it was first in pleasant valley last night. fire investigators believe they believe a bird landed on an electrical wire igniting some sparks which burned the utility pole and started the fire. >> the flames came within a few yards of homes. no structures were damaged. and the the fire burned five acres. the first call came around 4:40 yesterday afternoon near the 101, 280 slit. they forced highway patrol to shut down the two northbound lanes near silver avenue.
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>> it is just beginning after flooding there earlier this week. and families in duluth are now salvaging what is left of the water logged homes. they wiped out streets and were told to evacuate. they simply did not want to leave their homes behind. >> for 83 years old. i would say for an awhile. >> it was my decision to stay. >> officials say the storm caused $100 million in damage city wide. only about 100 cities of the 250 residents have flood insurance. >> news of the world. >> dozens of demonstrate ors and bank windows smashed in tell aviv overnight. it was the latest in a protest movement demanding social reforms and housing. >> they died in southern afghanistan in boost days. >> two service members were
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killed in a traffic accident in the country south. >> one service member was killed in an insurgent attack and another in a bomb blast. the nationalities have not been released. >> nato announced the governing body will meet to discuss the rising tensions between syria and turkey. >> turkey is angry it shot down one of the fighter jets. syria claims the plane flew into the air space and shows syria relying on russian made air defenses which is a major concern among some western powers. few hours ago, a chinese spacecraft carrying three astronauts docked with an orbiting module. it tries to match the u.s. and russia in state exploration. it was broadcast live on national television. one of the three chinese astronauts is a 33-year-old woman. in the race for the white
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house, new numbers show presidential nominee mitt romney raking in millions. he spent the weekend getting money at the retreat. >> it is impressive. and he did it here in utah with the olympics and he is doing it with his campaign and he will do it as president. >> romney's guest list feature as who's who in politics. former arizona senator john mccain. and condoleezza rice. >> it shows he raised $76 million last month. >> president obama has time off after stumping in florida. he has a little down time and super ac has released a new attack. accusing romney of laying off workers at the capital firm he belonged to for 15 years. four people have died in oregon. the plane crashed right after takeoff in a rural area west of
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eugene. witnesses say it lost altitude and hit a tree which tore a wing right off the plane. all four people on the plane died. their identities have not been released. the national transportation safety board is investigating. >> a chicago family is lucky to be alive after their car burst into flames. look at the flames. police say the car was in the left lane when it got a flat tire. as the driver tried to make his way across the freeway. they were hit by another car. two children were in the back seat. >> the impact of the vehicle. rushed the trunk into the back seat where the kids were sitting. gas tank ruptured shortly after the family got out. as you heard. the family did get out and was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. >> suspected hit-and-run driver faces possible manslaughter charges in southern california. >> police in santa ana say it
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was racing more than 60 miles an hour when he ran over and killed a 5-year-old girl. the mother and sister were critically injured in the crash this afternoon. another driver witnessed the accident helped track down the suspect. >> california police are being tight-lipped about a and push suicide at a luxury hotel. they found the body of a man in his 60s and woman in her 50s dead in a room in the westerly hilton. daytime emhe mys were being held at the same hotel yesterday. the show went on as scheduled. u.s. anti doping agency will decide if there is enough evidence against cyclist lance armstrong. his attorney sent a 11 page letter to the agency accusing them of violating their own rules and breaking federal law during the investigation. they have been unable to defend armstrong because they are not allowed to examine the agency's
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evidence. the seven times tour de france has denied using performance enhancing drugs. breaking out of a jail cell has its benefits. in fulton county jail, they encourage and try to identify a problem with the locks. they pop the cell locks all the time and the jail commander is testing the change and issuing a challenge. >> i am offering that any inmate that can defeat the locks will get a measure of free come miss sear on the house -- commissary on the house. >> they have solve fuss particular kateed new locks. and thundershower reward would be snack foods and hygiene products. up to 20 bucks worth. dead sea by are washing up on florida beaches. they were migrating from africa to canada. and the stormy weather is making it impossible for the bird to feed and fly. at the same time local while
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life workers say they are overwhelmed caring for the number of sick birds and making an urgent appeal for volunteers. west nile virus is detected in two bird in the tahoe area. two robins were found in south lake tahoe. so far no human cases reported in the tahoe region. they are advising everyone to take precaution from using repellant. and when mosquitoes are most active. >> san leandro business will engulf the city with a fiber optic loop. he is bankrolling the $3 million project called lit san leandro, he is confident it will be done by the end of the summer much it will improve internet service across the country. >> city council has voted to join marin county authority. one is called light green with
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50% renewable energy and rates comparable to pg&e. and the deep green program has 100% renewal energy. it cost four to # dollars extra a month. they will be able to enroll as soon as september. a high school student and his grandfather were able to share a special moment. why the graduation ceremony made for a double celebration. it is mostly clear start to the day. outside the doors. slightly cooler. by the afternoon. slightly warmer over saturday. we will look at the numbers, coming up.
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. graduation ceremony in new york state marked a double celebration. >> russell lay got his high school diploma. he had dropped out in 1961 to serve on a nuclear powered submarine. the veteran got to share the
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moment with his grandson who graduated during the same ceremony. >> it is not an opportunity people get. it is one of the once in a lifetime things. you won't under. and it will sing in later on. >> he got it through a special program called operation recognition. it is an educational program designed to help veterans who were unable to finish high school. time now is 7:55. we will go to rosemary for how the sunday is shaping up for us. >> we are off to a fairly good start. 40s and 50s and nice warm up in store. falling well he below average. once again, as well. if you are heading to see the gianten and as play -- giants and as place. it will be 64 at fame time and upper 60s expected throughout the afternoon in oakland.
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>> 67 in he -- hayward and # zero in redwood city. >> 69 in san mateo. and another cool did i by the beach. 58 for pacifica. and 73 to the north in santa rose s and if you head east. warmer spots. >> # four in antioch. the extended forecast. we remain below average as we get back to work on monday, very temperate. and feeling good into wednesday and thursday. still right about average. some just below. we may hold on to the pattern for several days. back to you. >> well, this afternoon. giants fans will pull out the broom pes. and looking for a sweep. they held a furious comeback. >> all tied at four. >> there is the shot to give the giants the lead. san francisco that is not done yet. buster posty in the box.
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says good-bye. and the as battle back. >> down 9-4 and score four runs. it is 9-8. bases led. >> he hit it and it is the game saving grab. there you go, for the ballgame. pride weekend continues in san francisco this weekend. they will be lining market street. and we will take you there live and what to expect and how to get around it. >> plus, we are following developing news in egypt. >> this is live pictures from the square. >> they are waiting for the results of the presidential runoff. 8ñ
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. p.m., welcome to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> i i am mike mibach. we have as and giants. alameda fair. >> pride weekend. and nascar. we have the sunday forecast. >> good morning to you. >> springtime for the first week of summer. today slightly warmer and in areas around santa cruz. and in con -- in santa rosa. and we will run you through sunday, coming up. happening now, tens of thousands of people are getting ready for the largest lgtv gathering in the nation. allie rasmus is live along market street where the parade will be in full swing later on
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in the morning. >> reporter: parade kicks off at 10:30 this morning. this is market and beale street. and they have barricades set up. cleaning and clearing up the street. you can see up further, a block away from where we are, they are diverting traffic around market street and this is the main portion of the parade route. this is expected to be, expected to have continues of thousands of people watch the parade. it is billed as one of the largest pride parade in the world. this is the 42nd year the pride parade happens here and close to a million people turned out for last year's parade and other bright parties and celebration for the weekend. this is video from last year. and this year, they are expecting it to be even higher. we have met people from across the country who got here early to get a good spot to watch the parade. >> i wanted to come here because this is where pride
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started. >> see all different people. just having a good time. everyone hanging loose and everyone is in good spirits. >> we have a preview of some of the 200 floats participating and groups participating in the parade this evening. they are being built over at pier 54. san mateo say it is too commercialized. occu-pride plans to stage a protest. and organizers say the sponsorships electrical net put on a well organized event and to raise a lot of money. take a look out here again. market and beal. and all the barricade are up. they are diverting traffic from this area. the parade kicks off at continue 30:00 this morning -- 10:30 this morning. live in san francisco, allie
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rasmus, ktvu. here is a look at the route for you and it will end at market and eighth street. people got pride weekend rolling with the dike march and pink saturday. they called it the largest nighttime street party. multiple sound stages and food was set up and followed the march in the park. this is a negative term they turned positive. >> it is owning it. and taking it from people who use it against us and we are celebrating it in a different way. positive way. >> the event was a good way to show how powerful the least bean community can be. leads up to the biggest event of the weekend. downtown san francisco will be jammed with tens of thousands of people. we have complete pride coverage for you. look for the hot topic section
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on ktvu.com. we are following developing news. the historic announcement came 30 minutes ago. we will take you live to the tahrir square. thousands of people have gathered in cairo. the new leader is a member of the muslim brother hood. this is where the elevation is under are way. >> mohammed morsi is the winner of the election. this is a symbolic triumphant power. and it marks the milestone as egypt's promised going to democracy after ousting mubarak. police are looking for the gunman who wounded three people in east oakland. it happened around 10:30 last night. it is in ailedder street. and found bullet casings at the scene. two of the rick timms are men
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in their 30s and all three victims are expected to survive. it is not clear what led up to the gunfire. the shooting may be tied to a dispute over a tug deal. >> in other overnight news. a man is fighting for his life. it happened shortly after 3:00 in the morning near 880. sheriff deputies say they were chasing two men in the stolen car and they crashed into a retaining wall and arrested one man at the scene. and investigators say the second man jumped off the overpass trying to get away and fell 30 feet. he is now listed in critical condition. >> they are looking for a driver who may have been involved in a fatal crash in mountain view. it p happened on 85 near evelyn avenue. highway patrol said a woman in her 20s. crashed into a tree on the side of the freeaway. she died at the scene. >> investigators are looking for a second vehicle that left the scene. it as white toyota camry.
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and license plate number. five j n as in nancy and m 316. it is unclear whether the two cars collided or contributed to the crash in some way. they rescued a man who crashed into an embankment last night. he drove over the road and ended 30 feet down the hill into a creek. using a ladder system, firefighters were able to bring him up to safety. they say he suffered moderate injuries. not clear what caused the map who lose control of the car. >> we should know in 48 hours, the cause of the huge fire that shut off part of it across the bay. >> arson investigators began the investigation last week at the scene of the fire near the open where station. >> -- near the open bart station and whether the fire was arson or an accident. >> flames forced them to halt things across the bay. a woman is arrested for
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setting a homeless encamp meant on fire. it was behind businesses. police say the homeless woman was angry with other people in the camp and burned threshold shelters yesterday afternoon. >> no one was hurt. and they were arrested on the suspicion of arson. >> stunning project in santa clara. they have pulled $30 million in tax funds that were supposed to help fund the billion dollars facility. county leaders say they would rather spend the money on improving schools. the 49ers and santa clara city leaders object saying they had earmarked the money to go towards the stadium. they declined to say whether this will had he to get it open in 2014. good morning to you. live look here at partly cloudy skies. back drop there in san
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francisco. bay bridge. and good visibility. wind are light and you are in good shape. 5 miles an hour. calm in oakland. 14 miles an hour in fairfield. the on shore breeze will continue for your sunday. picking up once again in the afternoon. 54 in napa. and santa rosa. and widespread 50s in concord, livermore. and 57 in and around mountainview. redwood city, pal low al toe. it is a -- palo alto, it is a quiet start and in most cases satellite radio showing you the culprit behind the mild weather. hopefully you are enjoying it. it parked itself off the oregon coast and will romaine there for the next number of days. our numbers will gradually warm and we will remain below average. >> for today we are looking at partly cloudy skies and pick
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up. numbers anywhere from one to three. to 4 degrees over yesterday. >> headed to san francisco for the pride parade. and little cool out there. not too bad. we will have the breeze strengthening throughout the afternoon. it is for the region today. >> up are 60s. san rafael and sausalito. six in oakland. and 69 in cast tore valley. and -- castor valley. and in pontiac and in the santa clara. 71 in santa clara. as well as morgan hill. it is going to be a great hill. >> redwood city 70. and low 60s and in the afternoon. daly city and pacifica. upper 60s. there is the extended forecast. the warming trend i talk about a moment ago. it is going to take several
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days to get there. and along the coast. it will remain in the 60s. back to the desk. >> your time is 8:10. jerry sandusky is under special watch in jail for the sex abuse. >> plus a roof collapses and look at the damage inside the mall. >> we will give you a live look outside. this is 101 in san francisco. traffic is very light on sunday morning. that could change as many folks outside of san francisco may be making their way into the city for the pride parade. you are watching "mornings on 2". look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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. good morning to you. mostly clear skies. uniceps sonbly mild pattern continues for your sunday. new this morning, an earthquake in china killed hundreds others. the magnitude quake hit before 1:00 a.m. pacific time. it was centered near the two provinces in southwestern china. numerous houses collapsed and rescue officials are sending in tent, quilts and clothes to the area. >> another quake struck the region in 2008 and left thousands of people dead or missing. colorado has a new wildfire to contain. this is the waldo canyon fire. it flared up around colorado springs. it had covered 2,000 acres.
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this video here shows how close it is to the city. residents in more than a thousand homes have been evacuated. it is 0% contained. aside from the six large wildfire it is burning in the state. they are searching for an arsonist who they say started as many as 20 fires. someone is starting the small fires in keller county. and they were reported in a two hour time span friday night. >> nine children here with a person that could burn our house down is disturbing. >> they took a person of interest in custody and let them go. right now they have no suspects. while molest center jerry sandusky is under suicide watch. he is in bellafonte, pennsylvania. his wife dotie paid him a visit
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yesterday. a state assessment board is going to determine whether he is a violent sexual predator. >> sentencing will take place within the next three months and he could receive up to 442 years behind bars. >> it now appears the legal team may focus on how fast he was brought to trial when they file the appeal. his lures did try to quit at the start of jury selection claiming they didn't give enough time to prepare. legal analysts say seven months between his arrest and trial is faster than normal in pen pennsylvania standards. penn state is hoping to move forward. they want to compensate victims as soon as possible. they are battling with the main insurer over who should pay for the damages. each victim could receive a million dollars each and separate trial is being prepared for two officials of penn state. a mother is behind bars
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facing felony charges in a shocking child abuse case. police are following up on an anonymous tip. they found the 10-year-old locked inside a closet. she weighed just 32 pounds. she told police she he would go day it is without eating. she was never allowed to play outside and was forced to use the closet as a bathroom. >> it is atrocious and so in fact does the suspect in the case who admitted to knowing that she treated her differently and knowing that she probably should not have kept her in a closet. >> she kept her daughter in a closet of because she new her daughter was painfully thin and would get in trouble if anyone saw her. the girl is in protective custody with her two siblings. the other two appear to be healthy. >> a roof of a shop willing
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mall partially -- shopping mall partially collapsed. >> at least four people were injured during the busy saturday shopping day. none of the injuries were serious. cars fell through the gaping hole. it is not clear what caused the collapse. and prompted emergency officials to shut off all power to the mall. >> several thousand protestors rallied outside tent city. arguing conditions at the jail are inhumane. >> we are human. we have rights. >> the jail run by sheriff joe arpaio has inmates in 10ths. and it has a contentious immigration law. and will file charges against the controversial of sheriff. >> this is joe arpaios jail and continued abuse of the law. >> he built his reputation on jailing inmates in the triple
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digit heat and confronting illegal immigration f. >> they have accused the office of racially profiling latinos. >> he is carrying on her position of meeting with voters. >> you will recall a gunman opened fire at a similar event last year. six people were killed. giffords was shot in the head. and she is still recovering. >> meeting the new congressman was they are put particular. >> it is touching and -- they are put particular. >> i would be -- therapeutic. >> if there was not emotion involved in the incident, i would not be myself. >> in carrying the constituent's message directly to the congressman and no more direct route than that. >> i really felt it was essential. we can't be scared away from doing our jobs.
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>> barber was also at the shooting and was hurt. giffords picked him to succeed her. >> he will finish the six months and must win re-election if he wants a new two year term. >> jp chase will drop the overdraft charges for 5-dollars or less. this goes into effect object july 22nd. the decision is part of a class action lawsuit settlement to resolve claim that is they were charging excessive over draft fees. >> could be another community battle if they expand the store. >> the democrat reports the large els retailer is considering the project. which would will you a 32,000-foot grocery. >> it was due to traffic and noise concerns. walmart supporters say bigger store would mean bigger tax reef news. >> he is the new owner after
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hawaiian island. and hope he can get things done for them. >> many say they hope he brings jobs to the rural island. they want affordable housing and residentses say they need to be sensitive to the close knit community. >> pixar animation as the number 1 film in america. > >> that flag was cleaning off. >> expected to gross between 60 and $65 million this weekend. it is about a scottish archer who is out to defeat a beasley curse. on friday, shall -- beastly curse. followed by abraham lincoln. madagascar three. and pride weekend. and rock of ages -- protestors. and rock of ages. >> what led to a tense situation at a farmer's market.
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we have three winning tickets that were sold in the bay area. and what they are worth. out this morning. mostly sunny skies and the numbers on the rebound. we will take a look at what you can expect for the afternoon, coming up.
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me man aid led to death threats. a vendor got angry at a woman who wanted more let me mob in the lemonade she bought for her kid. it got out of control when the husband stepped in and the vendor threatened to kill the man, the wife and the two small children. the police were called and arrested the vendor. no one was hurt. a lottery ticket worth $13 million was sold in sonoma county. they bought it at the kwik-pik market. >> the winning numbers are on the screen. the $13 million jackpot is the largest win in sonoma county in four years. someone is set for life in fremont. they had a he replay program and got what is called a second chance prize. lyou had bought a scratch ticket and got information from
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the losing ticket. he will receive the set for life payout of 2 million over 20 years. >> did that market. it is 100,000 for every year. >> 8:25. >> if you have got outside plans and talking about all the things going on this weekend. cool and really nice. it was lovely outside. >> very comfortable. >> that's a good word for it. >> if you are planning the pool party. maybe a little cool. have the beach towels ready. they may be shivering. >> we are looking at 60s and 70s. and numbers are up slightly over yesterday. you may not even be able to tell. >> 50s outside the door. fairly calm. light breeze out there. >> by noontime. >> remaining along the coastline. 60s around the bay. upper 60s. to low # 0s. for maybe the inland areas and until the afternoon we get into the low to mid-70s. for the inland spots. >> take a look here.
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>> we have 72 in novato and six in crook oakland. and 70 degrees in fremont. p two in san jose. extended forecast shows you little change from today into tomorrow. so, only a subtle warm up. but as we get into tuesday, wednesday. low 70s and 80s. 60s for the coast. back to you. >> the green flag drops today. the save mart 350 and you can expect long traffic jams around the raceway. in particular, highways 101. 37, and 121. 43 top nascar drivers are going to compete in the race which begins at noon today. they will take 100 laps around the track. >> this is a road course. >> one of two in the 36 race car schedules and elevation changes and blind corners. 100,000 people headed to sonoma for the event this weekend.
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>> it was an emotional tribute. >> they will honor one of the bay areas fallen marines and the statue has a permanent home in danville. >> they will be mashing down market street. and we have a live report from the gay pride parade. ñsxóxgñ
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. we are two hours away and welcome back to "mornings on 2". >> up to 1 million people expected to be in the city for the annual celebration. allie rasmus is joining us live
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in san francisco. this parade about to get underway in under two hours. how is it looking down there. >> it is busier. and we are at market and beale street and you can see the floats and groups taking part in the parade. staging in the area of market and beale and we are told that that intersection, will be completely filled with floats. market street is roped off and organizers have been here since early this morning diverting traffic and making sure market street stays clear and even though we are two hours away from the parade. there are people who have set up their chairs and staked out a good spot to watch the parade. we got an update from the parade director. he said the crowd estimates for today. anywhere from 550,000 to 750,000 people expected to watch the san francisco pride parade and that is based on the
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crowd estimates. that makes it the biggest pride parade in the country and also one of the eldest. executive director explained the first pride parade explained in 1970. >> few folks that gathered and there was a match. >> so the first parade here in san francisco. there were five cities who that year were commemorating the riots. and in greenwich village, new york. we commemorate by celebrating at the end of june. >> reporter: now, there are 200 floats and groups in the parade. we got a preview of the floats at pier 54 earlier this weekend. some people have criticized the parade for being too commercial sized and too cooperate. they plan to stage a protest today. and they have promised organizers they would not disrupt the parade event. in response to that. they say the fact that they
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have corporate sponsorships allows them to keep the parade and everything free. it is a balancing act and a sign that they have become more mainstream. they have so many corporate sponsors. if you take a look back out here live. look at market street where they have gotten the street closed off and people getting ready for the parade that is starting in a couple of hours from now. there are floats staging and getting the parade ready to start at 10:30 this morning. >> of course, we had complete pride coverage for you on the website. look for the hot topic section. >> a community came together for an emotional tribute in danville. lance corporal joshua coral was killed in afghanistan last november. he was honored with this memorial yesterday. the marine was 19. his grandfather is a retired
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army colonel who remembered and saluted his grandson. >> he hit me across the heart when he said papa, i want to be like you. that is pretty rough. i have had to live with that. >> they called the memorial at the veteran's memorial building a life well lived and example well set. a man was killed late friday night. group of people were arguing at 37th avenue around 11:30 friday night. emmanuel miranda was fatally shot in the head. they are looking for the gunman. they have identified the victim in saturday's fatal shooting as tony harper. police say harper and another man arrived at the san francisco general hospital with gunshot wounds. the or man is in serious condition. they believe they were shot near candlestick park. >> police have not released any information on a suspect or
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motive. >> women in san francisco's mission district are taking extra precautions after hearing about two sexual assaults in the neighborhood. >> i walked my dog every day. and three times a day and now i won't walk him alone at night. >> she didn't want to be identified because she lived close where the most recent saul happened. two men rained and robbed a woman. she didn't report the crime and police said they have since interviewed her and looking to see if there is a connection to a similar attack on june 15th or 5 blocks rather. they have stepped up patrols in the area. and handing out flyers warning them to be aware of their surroundings. two cars racing down a freeway clipped a tour bus with a dozen people. it happened around 1:30 on 880 in oakland. one car clipped the front end of his bus while trying to pass the other car.
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both cars kept on driving. 13 people upon the bus. and no one was hurt. former oakland police chief if is adding fuel to criticism of the mayor's crime fighting plan. it was a quote political reaction. and sandy said the plan was impossible to enforce because his department was stretched too thin. she claimed the homicides happened in a one, 100 block area. an independent reporter showed the mayor's numbers didn't add up. students. parents and teachers are vowing to tip their protest against the closure of five oakland elementary schools. >> about 200 people mark to lake view elementary yesterday. they want the school superintendent to resign and the strict to reopen all the schools. some teachers and parents have been holding a sit in and
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teaching for the past week and a half. >> the minute they were announced, there are other ways to do this. they did not, contrary to what they have been saying worked with the community. the community was blindsided. they proposed cutting administrative staff instead of closing schools and the closures will save $6 million and cover increasing costs and cuts in the state funding. >> california's largest employee union will still be work after reaching a deal. >> had he represent half of the state's workers. the leaders in the union announced the agreement late yesterday. under the dole, salaries will be cut for one year starting july 1st. in exchange union employees can take eight more hours off per month. big news. there will be no four day work week as the governor proposed and many state agencies will remain open on fridays.
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>> we have new information about a fast moving grass fire in the county. >> they about first spotted at pleasant valley and vaca valley roads. they believe a bird landed on an electrical wire. and igniting sparks which ignited a utility pole and ignite add fire. >> they came a few yards to the homes and they did burn five acres. >> it became a road hazard on 101 in san francisco. it came around 440 near the 280 split. it passed over the roadway farcing them to briefly shut down. 101 near silver avenue. >> it is expected to hand down its ruling on the healthcare act in the next few days. analysts are expecting them to strike down at least part if not all of that law. supporters of the affordable care act said it benefits everyone. more than 3 million adults are
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now covered under p their parents healthcare plans because of the law. >> that can lead to an emergency room visit. and increased need for medication. and so increased costs. >> i would have to have insurance. i don't think i could go without. >> critics of the healthcare act oppose a provision where everyone must buy insurance or face a fine. a poll out today shows most americans oppose the healthcare reform. although they support most of its provisions. >> the reuters poll is against the act and 45% favor it. it is a different picture when you break down the provisions. 82 oppose it. and 62% like the provisional howing children to stay on the parent's policy until age 26. they could have us paying
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more. tropical storm debby has formed in the gulf of mexico. this is from louisiana to the florida panhandle. she could reach hurricane strength within a few days and p is interfering with production in the gulf region. that is higher gas prices across the country. >> good morning to you. it is a good looking start to the day. live look there at the oakland estuary. numbers are holding steady in the 50s. approaching 60 degrees. light wind. and mostly clear skies over the bay. mum among gus low spins off the oregon coast. this is parked here for the next day or longer than that. and remain here for the next couple of days. that will continue to bring us the unseasonbly mild weather. we are looking at partly cloudy skies and p to what we felt yesterday. >> slightly warmer and wind will pick up for the afternoon. >> low to mid-60s and in
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areas like santa cruz. and we have 60s and low # 0s. 51 kegs in santa rose s anna pa. and concord -- in napa. and in oakland. we have a light breeze. little gusty over some of the hills. not bad at all. headed to the fair. it is a great day to head to the fair. >> noontime. low 70s at 4:00 and settling in to 8:00. >> we don't have the summer nights and we do have pleasant weather in the afternoon. sun setting at 8:30. >> 73 expected in santa rosa and for san rafael and off to the east bay. sitting in the upper 60s and if you are going to see the the as play and into the southbound bay. >> it is 71 expected in santa clara and sunny vale and for
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the boardwalk there. >> we are looking at redwood city. cool day by the coast and the sea breeze will continue to move through the area. >> extended forecast there. it is # 0s as we get pack to work on monday. >> slightly warm are with each passing day. back that the 80s by wednesday and thursday. back to you. family escapes their car right before it bursts into flames. look at the video. the crash that led to the explosion on a chicago feeway. >> live look -- freeway. >> live look outside. >> going to get sluggish later in the morning as as and giants fans make their wait out to the coliseum. 67 and sunny in oakland for all you baseball fans. time now is 8:42. watching "mornings on 2".
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. ha a gorgeous start to the day. mile day in the forecast for the afternoon. five people died in a small plane crash in oregon. it crashed after takeoff in a rural area west of eugene. witnesses say it lost altitude and hit a tree.
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and tore a wing off the plane. the pilot and three passengers on board died. the identities have not been released. the national transportation safety board is investigating. four service members died in afghanistan in the past two days. two service members were killed in a traffic accident in the country south. one service member was killed in an insurgent attack and another if in a bomb blast. the nationalities of the deceased it was members have not been released. they clashed with police and smashed windows in israel. the violent demonstration was the latest in the protest movement demanding social reforms and affordable housing. >> syria struck down a fighter jet. it announced the governing body will discuss the issue. syria claims the plane flew into syrian air space which turkey denies.
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shows syrian relying on russian made air defenses which is a major concern to some powers. a spacecraft carrying three astronauts it successfully docked with an orbiting module. this is the first for china as it tries to match the u.s. and russia. >> it is broadcast on national tv. one of the astronauts is a 33-year-old woman. in the race for 2012, new campaign donations so presidential nominee mitt romney raking in millions. he is spending the weekend raising money at an utah retreat. >> they are on time and it is impressive. and he did it here in utah with the olympics and doing it with his campaign. i think he will do it as president. >> romney's guest list is a who's who in politics. they have arizona senator
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mccain. and condoleezza rice. he raised $76 million last month. after stumping in florida, he has down time. but his soup are pak has an ad attacking romney. the venture capitalist firm he belonged to let go employees. they are being tight-lipped about an apparent murder/suicide. they found a man in his 60s and a woman in her 50s. were found dead at the hotel. daytime emmys were held at the same hotel. this is the hotel where whitney houston died back in february. clean up in northeast minnesota is beginning after flooding this week. they are now salvaging what is left of their holes. they wiped out streets and trigger td mudslides. people were told to evacuate.
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they simply didn't want to leave their homes behind. >> 83 years old. i was safer in my own house. >> they caused a hundred million dollars city wide and they have 250,000 resident that is have flood insurance. >> chicago family is lucky to be alive after their car burst into flames on the freeway. check this out. the car was in the left lane when it got a flat tire. as the driver tried to make his way across the freeway. he was hit by another car and two young children were in the back seat. >> the impact of the vehicle crushed the entire trunk into the back seat where the kids were sitting. the gas tank erupted shortly after that where the family got out. >> one person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
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dead sea bird are washing up on florida beaches. >> the stormy weather over the past few week assist making it nearly impossible for the bird to feed and fly. wildlife workers are overwhelmed caring for the growing number. and making an urgent appeal for volunteers. >> they are back safe at home after a whale sunk his boat. >> they welcomed him back in sacramento and the whale rain into his 50-foot sailboat off the coast of la playa, mexico after he was finishing a trip around the world. >> that nose of the boat went up and when she came down, she came down kabam, it just shook. >> the 68-year-old sailor activated his emergency beacon. a cargo ship could not get to him until the incomes day. reflecting on his journey he said he still wants to sail
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around the world. his wife, however, said he needs to fine a new hobby. anti-doping body will decide if there if there is enough evidence against lance armstrong. they are accusing the agency of breaking their own rules. attorneys say they have been unable to defend armstrong because they are not allowed to examine the agency's evidence. the seven time tour de france champion has denied using performance enhancing drugs. this is a fiber optic loop and back on the fast track. he is bankrolling the $3 million project called lit san leandro, they will finish by the end of the summer and vastly improve internet service across the city. richmond residents will have a choice of providers.
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they have joined the marin energy authorities. one is rates comparable to pg&e and provides electricity that is 100% renewable. it cost extra $4 per month. richmond customers will be able to enroll as soon as september. awards system at a county jail in georgia. why they are encouraging them to break out of their cells. >> it is for sunday afternoon. >> the numbers are expected for your area.
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. giant fans will pull out the brooms after san francisco held off a ferocious comeback. >> all tied at four. brand dab at the plate and blast the two run shot to give the giants the lead. the san francisco bat is not done yet. and he says good-bye to the baseball. >> giants lead 8-4 and they batted back and couple of singles. down 9-4 and wind up scoring four. and it is 9-8. and clay hensley on the hill. and waits for the blooper. ryan therio. , win it -- theriot win it is. >> what a great day to watch
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baseball. rosemary is delivering up the nice forecast for the game. >> that was a game yesterday and good luck to the teams today. if you are out there. 64 at the oakland coliseum. maybe you are heading out to watch racing. racing at infineon, and upper 60s in the next hour or so. 72 degrees. and under mostly sunny skies. is it really the first weekend of summer? >> # three santa rosa. >> 73, napa, oakland. and looking at 67 in hayward today. and we are warmer. >> # three in livermore, pleasanton. and if you go to the alameda state fair, it is a great day. and low # 0s for the afternoon. # 0 degreeses, redwood city into the south bay. san jose. if you are headed to the city for the pride festivities going
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on today, 50 in the afternoon. your forecast there, if this is not your liking, you have to head to the desert. and vegas. 103. take a look at we head back to the work, i should say. 75 expect the afternoon. for tomorrow, low 70s. and by wednesday and thursday. back to you. >> well the oldest tennis tournament in the world is back. the two week long wimbledon championship kicks off tomorrow at the all england club. >> the men's defending champion is top notched djokovic. and this is the top seed on the women's side. breaking out of jail has its benefits. they are encouraging inmates to try to break out. try to identify a problem with the locks. inmates pop the cell locks all the time. >> they are detecting a change and issuing a challenge. >> i am offering any unmate
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that can devote the locks. will get free commissary on the house. >> he plans for the jail staff to experienced ones where the new locks will be for testing. will likely be hygiene products and snack foods. gay pride parade will begin in markets. hundreds of floats and troops get ready to move out. >> firefighters in colorado. they are battling several wildfires. the search is now on for someone who is now deliberately setting fires. dude you don't understand, this is my dad's car.
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the crowd on market street is growing. hundreds of thousands are expected to turn out today for the san francisco pride parade. >> surprising new developments in the new 49ers stadium project in santa clara. why county officials are taking back 10s of millions of dollars. >> the results are in for egypt. a winner has been declared in the country's first free election. >> welcome, i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. >> let's get over to rosemary. it's a look another a nice
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sunday forecast. >> it's very pleasant out there. feels a lot like spring. partly cloudy skies. some of us a tad cooler at this hour than yesterday, and for the afternoon slightly warmer. we will have that gentle warm- up continue into our work week and i have your numbers coming up. >> in just about 90 minutes, the gay pride parade gets under way. hundreds of thousands are in the city for the weekend for the celebrations. allie rasmus is live with the celebration. >> reporter: things on market street are getting busier. off in the distance in front of the ferry building, we checked out the stands. people are selling rainbow colored gear and t-shirts ahead of today's parade that's going to start in a couple of hours. and if you take a look further down market street, you can see where all the barricades are set up. some people have an early start. we saw these folks in the chairs, they staked out their spot, their viewing spot in the front to watch the parade about an hour ago. a lot of people are expecting big crowds today, and they
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wanted to make sure they got a good vantage point. beall and market street is the start of the parade route. off in the distance you can see -- we counted four floats staging in that area right now. we are expect ming more to set up there in the next half an hour to 45 minutes. the parade starts at 10:30. this is where it will leave from. and over to the right you can see on the corner a lot of people are getting ready to watch the parade. they have their costumes on, and lots of people walking around getting ready for everything to begin here. thousand, we got an estimate from the parade director who says the crowd estimate for today is anywhere from 500 to 750,000 spectators. that's based on the crowd estimates from last year's parade. that makings it the biggest pride parade in the country. second biggest in the world. second only to sau paolo in brazil. and also one of the oldest. the first pride parade happened back in san francisco back in 1970. back then there were just a couple hundred people.
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>> i think it's clear our community is changing, transforming. everyone refers to the gay '90s. now that we've moved into two decades since then, we've really seen our community sort of grow in scope. in terms of our recognition, in terms of rights. >> reporter: now there are about 200 floats and groups taking part in the parade. some of them from the organization's corporate sponsors. some people have criticized the pride parade and celebration for becoming what they say is too commercialized, too corporatized. a group called occupride plans to stage a protest although they have promised organizers that they would not disrupt the event. but in response to parade organizers point out that those corporate sponsorships allow them to keep this event free and accessible for everyone. if organizers said they respect the occupride's group, their right to free speech and make their feelings known but they hope there isn't a major disruption and are certainly not expecting that this morning. you're looking at the staging area for some floats.
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at last count there were four there. looks like there will be more heading to that area in the next 45 minutes or so. and the next live hit, we will check back there and show you the preparations under way for the pride parade that gets going at 10:30 this morning. allie rasmus, k.t.v.u. here is a look at the route again. it starts at market and beall. heads west. thousands of people got the pride weekend growing with the dike mark and pink saturday. organizers call pink saturday the city's largest nighttime street party. multiple sound stages and food trucks were set up in the castro that followed the dike march, a negative term that these women have turned positive. >> it's owning it. taking it from the people who use it against us and now we're owning it and celebrating it in a positive way. >> organizers say the event was a good opportunity to show people how powerful the lesbian
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community can be. we have complete pride coverage on our website. look for the hot topics section at ktvu.com. there is a stunning new development in the 49ers stadium project in santa clara. county officials have pulled $30 million in tax funds that was supposed to help fund the billion dollar facility. county leaders say they'd rather spend that money on improving schools. the 49ers and santa clara city leaders strongly object, saying voters had specifically earmarked that money for the stadium. however the team declined to say whether this decision will affect construction of the stadium which is set to open in 2014. knew this morning, the historic announcement came just about 90 minutes ago. egypt's new leader is a member of the muslim brotherhood. you are looking at live pictures of kei ohio's main square where a huge celebration is under way. the election commission has named muhammad morsi the winner of egypt's first competitive presidential election. morsi defeated mubarak's last
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prime minister. it hands the islamic muslim brotherhood a symbolic triumph and a new weapon in its struggle for power with the ruling military council. in overnight news police are looking for the gunman who wounded 3 in east oakland. it happened around 10:30 last night. police found several bullet casings at that shooting scene. two of the shooting victims are in their 20s to 30s, a man in his 60s. all three victims are expected to survive. it's still not clear what led up to the gun fire but police say the shooting may be tied to a dispute over a drug deal. one man is fighting for his life following an overnight chase and crash in san leandro. that happened shortly after 3:00 in the morning near 880. sheriff's deputies say they were chasing two men in a stolen car when the suspects crashed into a freeway retaining wall. officers arrested one man at the scene. investigators say the second man jumped off of the overpass trying to get away and he fell 30 feet. he is listed in critical condition. highway patrol is looking for a driver who may have been
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involved in a fatal crash in mountain view. it happened on highway 85 near evalynn avenue at 6:30 last night. c.h.p. says a woman in her 20s crashed into a tree on the side of the freeway. she died at the scene. investigators are now looking for a second vehicle that left that scene. it's a white toyota camry with the license plate number 5jnm316. at this point, it's still unclear whether the two cars collided or if the car contributed to the crash in some way. firefighters in sonoma county rescued a man who crashed into an embankment last night. he drove his car right off east katadi avenue and ended up 30 feet down a hill into a creek. using a ladder system firefighters were able to bring him up to safety. firefighters say he suffered moderate injuries and it's not clear what caused the man to lose control of his car. we should know within 48 hours the cause of that huge fire that shut down bart service across the bay. an elite team of federal arson
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investigators began to investigate last week at the scene of the fire. they are expected to announce today or tomorrow whether the fire was arson or an accident. the flames forced bart to halt train service across the bay for 12 hours creating a very chaotic commute. a woman has been arrested for setting a vallejo homeless encampment on fire. it was behind some businesses. police say the homeless woman was angry with other people in the camp and burned their shelters yesterday afternoon. no one was hurt, and officers have arrested the woman on suspicion of arson and attempted murder. good morning to you. a live fluke san rafael. folks are playing tennis. it's 5 great day to be out there this morning. 52 degrees san rafael and we have a light breeze. a light breeze in oakland, west/southwesterly 3 miles per hour. 16 in fairfield. just a little breezy through the delta this morning but not bad at all. a light breeze, a northerly one
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in san jose right now. 56 degrees at santa rosa, 56 in napa. starting in the mid 40s over parts of the north bay. we are seeing a nice rebounded already. some of us nearing 60 degrees in some areas. 59 in concord, 58 livermore, upper 50s in oakland down into san jose. you are looking at 59 as we round the peninsula here. 59 in redwood city. palo alto, low 60s. satellite view here, watching this pretty big system remain off the coastline. this kaz see stationery. it will remain here. this is what continued to pump that onshore breeze into our area, bringing us the mild weather. numbers warmed into the upper 60s, low 70s yesterday, and for today, will only be slightly warmer by a few degrees. partly cloudy, winds will pick up once again. the on shore breeze, 10 to 20 miles per hour. a little gusty in the hills but not bad. the coast 50s to mid 60s for today, and around the bay we're looking at 60s with low 70s to mid 70s expected for the
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afternoon our inland spots. 10:30 this afternoon. the pride parade gets under way under partly cloudy skies. upper 50s in the forecast a little cool and an afternoon sea breeze expected in san francisco. your forecasted highs for today, look at this. well below normal by 5, 10 degrees, maybe 15 in some cases, 73 in santa rosa. for the afternoon today, 72 expected in navarro. 64 for sausalito. mid to upper 60s for the east bay. 73 danville, down into the south bay. it's going to be mild for you, 72 san jose. 12350e in morgan hill. 70 for sunny veil. 60s and low 70s for the peninsula. 69 san mateo. 72 palo alto, 63 in the city for today. the extended forecast there, so we do have a warm-upcoming. it's a gentle one mid 70s for your back to work monday. upper 70s by tuesday. low 80s in the forecast for our inland spots wednesday and thursday. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. death threats over
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lemonade. the confrontation that brought police out to the vallejo farmers market. >> plus, a disturbing discovery in missouri. why a mother says she kept her 10-year-old daughter locked in a closet. >> first let's give you a live look outside. there is the gold gate bridge, traffic moving in fantastic on this sunday morning, though it could get heavier as we get through this day. people making their way into san francisco for the pride parade. also people from the peninsula or san francisco making their way up to sonoma for the nascar race later today. time now is 9:11. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you. a quiet start in san san jose, mostly clear skies, 59 degrees. several people are missing and 22 people are injured after the roof of a shopping mall partially collapsed in canada. that roof served as a parking lot for the mall in elliott lake ontario and that area has been delivered a disaster. several cars fell through the gaping hole and down onto the food court. it's still unclear what caused that collapse which also triggered a gas leak and prompted emergency officials to shut off all power to the mall. 7000 people have been told to evacuate their homes because of a wildfire near colorado springs. >> we need them to leave when we ask them to leave. >> banging on my window.
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>> he was asleep. i pounded on his door to get him out >> pretty scary. it's right there. >> a lot of orange. >> police went door to door describing through neighborhoods and forced evacuations in manatu springs, colorado. the wall dough canyon fire started around noontime yesterday. it's burned 2500 acres. a fire is one of eight wildfires burning right now in colorado. it is zero% contained. aside from the six large other wildfires burning in the state, or 7, colorado police are searching for an arsonist who has started as many as 20 fires in the last five days. officials believe someone is starting the small fires on purpose in teller county. six small fires were reported in a two-hour time span friday night. >> nine children here, with a person that could possibly you know, burn our house down, was very disturbing. >> teller county officials took a person of interest into custody friday night, but let him go yesterday morning. right now, they do not have any
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suspects. greece continues to fall on hard times, in the face of an economic crisis, there's a word that greece's new prime minister is not well enough to vrabel to a critical -- well enough to travel to a critical your teen submit. he under weather surgery for a detached retina yesterday three days after taking the oath of office. the incoming finance minster was also hospitalized on friday after suffering a collapse. if outgoing finance minister is going to lead the greek delegation to the summit. jerry sandusky is under suicide watch this morning. he is currently in a bell font, pennsylvania jail isolated from other prisoners. his wife dottie paid him a visit yesterday. a state assessment board will examine sandusky to determine whether he is a violent sexual predator. sentence willing take place within the next three months. he could receive up to 442 years behind bars. it now appears that sandusky's legal appeal may focus on how
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fast he was brought to trial. his lawyers try toed quit at the start of -- tried to quit at the start of jury selection claiming they weren't given enough time to prepare. the judge rejected their motion. but legal analysts say the seven months between his arrest and the trial was faster than normal pennsylvania standards. meanwhile, penn state is hoping to move forward. if school has set up a program to resolve legal claims and compensate victims as soon as possible. the school is battling with its main insurer over who should pay damages. experts estimate each victim could receive a million dollars each. and a separate trial looms for penn state's athletic director and a former administrator. they are accused of covering up the allegations of sex abuse. the mother of a young kansas city girl is behind bars facing felony charges in a shocking child abuse case. police following up on an anonymous tip found the woman's 10-year-old child locked inside a closet. she weighed just 32 pounds. the little girl told police she would go days without eating.
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she said she never got to play outside and was forced to use the closet as a bathroom. >> we know it not to be normal and we know it to be completely atrocious, and in fact, so did the suspect in this case who also admitted to knowing that she treated her differently, and that she probably should not have kept her in a closet. >> the mother told police she kept her daughter in that closet because she knew her daughter was painfully thin and she worried she'd get in trouble if anyone saw her. the 10-year-old girl is now in protective custody with her two young siblings. the other two children appear to be healthy. police salem mon aid led -- say lemonade led to death threats at the farmers market in vallejo. the trouble began yesterday when a vendor became angry at a woman who asked for more lemon in the lemonade she had bought for her children. investigators say things got out of control when the woman's husband stepped in. they say the vendor threatened to kill the man, his wife and the couple's small children.
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vallejo police were called in and arrested the vendor. several thousand protestors rallied outside tent city in arizona, arguing conditions at the jail are inhumane. >> we are humans! we have rights! >> the jail, run by maricopa county sheriff joe arpaio houses inmates in tents. protestors also rallied against arizona's contentious immigration law and urged the government to file charges against the controversial sheriff. >> protest against the conditions in joe arpaio's jails and joe arpaio's continual abuse of the law. >> the sheriff built his reputation on jailing inmates in tents in phoenix's triple digit heat, and confronting illegal immigration. the justice department has accused the sheriff's office of racially profiling latinos. the newly elected congressman who won gabrielle girds' seat in arizona is carrying on her tradition of meeting with voters. ron barber, he's right there, was talking to 300 constituents during a public forum at a tucson safe way.
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you'll remember a gunman opened fire at a similar event last year. she was shot in the head and six were killed. she is still recovering. several survivors say meeting the new congressman was therapeutic. >> it's touching and emotional, but i would be disappointed in myself if there was still not some emotion involved in that incident. because carrying the constituents' message directly from the constituent to our congressmen, and there's no more direct route than that. >> i really felt that it was essential to do this. we cannot be scared away from doing our job. >> barber was also at that shooting. giffords picked him to succeed her and he is going to finish the six months remaining in her term. he must, however, win reelection in november for a new two-year term a lottery ticket worth $13 million was just sold in sonoma county. some lucky person bought that winning super lotto plus ticket
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at the quick pick market in roner park. yesterday's winning numbers were 2, 3, 10, 22, 25, and the mega number was 7. the $13 million jackpot is the biggest lottery win in sonoma county in four years. >> and someone from fremont is now set for life. hugh lou won $2 million in the lottery's replay program, and got what's called a second chance prize. lou had bought a losing scratch ticket but got a second chance to win using information 23r that losing ticket. lu will receive the set for life payout of $2 million over the next 20 years. local billionaire larry alley son is the new own -- ellison is the new owner of a hawaiian island and the people who live there hope ellison can get a few things done for them. just over 3000 people live there. they hope ellison brings jobs to the rural island. they also want affordable housing and better transportation. they say ellison needs to be sensitive to their close knit
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community. j.p. morgan chase announced it will drop some overdraft fees. it will end its $34 overdraft fee for debit card purchases of $5 or less. the decision is part of a class action lawsuit settlement to resolve claims that the bank was charging excessive overdraft fees. >> and there could be another community battle. as wal-mart resurrects plans to expand store. the press democratic reports the nation's largest retailer is considering the project which would include a 32,000 square foot grocery. the expansion was initially scrapped after residents filed suit due to traffic and noise concerns. wal-mart supporters say a bigger store would mean more jobs and tax revenues. another box office vick forefor emeryville's pixar. how much money the newest movie is expected to bring in in its opening weekend. >> a subtle warm-up is under way for your sunday. a look at the numbers, coming
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san francisco's longest running free outdoor music festival kicks off today. the 75th year of the stearn grove festival. thousands are expected at today's free concert which begins at 2:00ed a 19th avenue and slope boulevard. performing are the glide ensemble. the family stone and grammy winner anita baker. beginning today there are free concerts in stearn grove every sunday through august 26th. all right. your time now is 9:24. and it's shaping up to be a very nice day. lots of outdoor activities today. certainly we've put in an orderly for rosemary to keep it nice and sunny and not too hot. >> yeah. no gripes out there unless you like it hot. some people do, and we aren't going to have that this weekend. numbers feeling a lot like maybe march and april, as opposed to the first weekend of summer. into the 9:00 hours, the numbers right now sitting in the 50s at near 60 degrees in some spots by the noontime, a
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good look afternoon. we're looking at 67 for the warmer spots. it will still be a little cool by the coast, 57 bust mostly sunny skies -- but mostly sunny skies around the entire bay including the coastline. upper 50s for the coast for the afternoon. the sea breeze returns for the afternoon as well. 60s to low to mid 70s for the warmer spot. 73 santa rosa today, 70 in vallejo. 73 for concord, 73 in fremont. upper 60s expected in the east bay, 67 oakland, as well as hayward down into the santa clara valley. 72 for san jose, looking at 70 redwood city and getting closer to the coast it will be a cooler day, upper 70s, pacificca, half moon bay. ed mid up toker 60s for santa cruz. the warm-up will continue. although it will be slow and gradual. mid 70s for monday, upper 70s on tuesday. low 80s wednesday into thursday. back to the desk. emeryville's pixar animation has the number one
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film in america. >> well, if movie brave is expected to gross between 60 and 65 million dollars this weekend. it's about a scottish archer. there she is. her name is meredith. who is out to beat a beastly curse. on friday alone, brave grossed 24 and a half million dollars. i put my 7 bucks into that. it's followed by abraham lincoln, vampire hunter, mad gas dare iii, prometheus and tom cruise's musical rock of ages. an emotional tribute in the east bay. a ceremony to honor one of the bay area's fallen marines and the statue that has a permanent home in danville. >> plus it will be a busy and loud day in sonoma. we're just hours away from the toyota save mart 350. 3q
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happening right now at 9:30, we're one hour away from the start of if world's largest gay pride parade. >> as many as 1 million people are in san francisco for the 42nd annual celebration. a theme for the lesbian, gay and trans gender community's big party is global equality. among the 200 floats, groups of marchers, music and dancing will be occupride. they plan to protest what they call the parade's commercialization by corporate sponsors. we'll have a live report from allie rasmus in just about 15 minutes. again the parade starts at
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10:30 and here is a look at the route. it starts at market and beall and heads west ending at market and eighth street. we have complete pride coverage on our web site look for the hot topics section. new this morning, mohammed morsi has been declared egypt's first islamist president. just this morning the country's election commission announced that morsi defeated who's knee mubarak's prime minister in a very close like. look at tahrir square in cairo this morning. supporters of morsi are cheering the results. this is the first time modern egypt will be headed by an islamist and a freely elected citizen. today's announcement was the culmination of a tow mull twos 16-month transition in egypt. a community came together for an emotional tribute in danville. [ music ] >> lance corporal joshua corral was killed in an explosion in afghanistan last november and was honored with this memorial yesterday. the marine was 19.
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his grandfather is a retired army colonel who remembered and saluted his grandson. >> he hit me right across the heart when he said, papa, i want to be like you. that's pretty rough. because i've had to live with that. >> corral's commander called the memorial at the veteran's memorial building a symbol of a life well lived, and an example well set. women in san francisco's mission district are taking extra precautions after hearing about two alleged sexual assaults in their neighborhood. >> i walk my dog, every day. three times a day, and now i won't walk him alone at night. >> this woman did not want to be identified because she lives so close to where the most recent assault happened. police say early monday morning, two men raped and robbed a woman on 19th and cap streets. the woman did not report the crime but police say they have since interviewed her, and now they are looking to see if there is a connection to a
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similar attack on june 15th, about five blocks away, police have stepped up patrols in the area, and they've also been handing out flyers, warning people to be aware of their surroundings. there was a near disaster early this morning when two cars racing down a bay area freeway clipped a tour bus loaded with more than a dozen people. that's what this tour bus says happened on i-880 in oakland around 1:30. he was near the high street exit when the cars came flying by. >> guys drag racing passed me on the left hand side. one wanted to pass the other one and clipped the front of the bus. >> the bus driver says the cars kept on going. 13 people were on the bus which was on its way to ventura. students, parents and teachers are vowing to continue their protests against the closure of 5 oakland elementary schools. [ chanting ] >> save our schools! >> about 200 people marched to lake view elementary yesterday. they want the school superintendent to resign. and the district to reopen the
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schools. some teachers and parents have been holding a sit-in and teaching summer school at lake view for the past week and a half. >> the minute these were announced we said there are other ways to do this. you don't to close these schools. they did not contrary to what they have been saying really work with the community. the community was blind sided. >> this is significant. >> demonstrators proposed cutting administrative staff instead of closing schools. the district says the closures will save $6 million and cover increasing costs and cuts in state funding. in two and a half hours the green flag drops at the toyota safe mart 350. expect long traffic jams around the raceway and in particular, highways 101, 37, and 121. they're all headed out there for nascar. 43 top drivers competing in the race which begins at noon, and we'll take them 110 laps around that track. this is a road course, one of only two in the 36-race nascar sprint cup schedule. sonoma is known for its tight
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turns, elevation changes and blind corners and a long time crew chief told me his teams have been preparing its car for a month. keeping pit stops to a minimum is essential to winning today. >> it's one of the keys at sonoma is to get good mileage, to be able to do it on a two stop race so you're not spending your time on pit road. >> specialist marcos ambrose has the pole position with jeff gordon starting in 2nd. 100,000 people expected to attend. former oakland police chief anthony batts adding fuel to criticism of mayor jean quann's signature crime fighting plan. he tells the chronicle it was a quote, political reaction to rising violence last summer. and he says the plan was impossible to enforce, because his department was already stretched too thin. the mayor claimed more than 90% of oakland's homicides occurred in one 100 block area. but an independent report later showed the mayor's numbers simply did not add up. california's largest employee union will still be
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working five days a week after reaching a deal with governor jerry brown. the service employees international union reps about half of the state's 182,000 workers. the leaders of that union announced the agreement late yesterday. and under that deal, salaries will be cut 4.6% for one year, starting july 1. in exchange, union employees will be able to take eight more hours off per month, and the big news, there will be no four-day work week as the governor originally proposed. that could mean many state agencies will remain open on fridays. stockton may soon become the biggest american city to file for bankruptcy. tomorrow is the deadline for talks between the city and its creditors. the next day the city council may adopt a special budget to cover its projected $26 million deficit in case it files for bankruptcy. if negotiations fail, stockton's lawyers could file for chapter 9 bankruptcy on wednesday. the supreme court is expected to hand down its ruling on president obama's healthcare act in the next 23u days.
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analysts expect justices to strike down at least part, if not the entire law. supporters of the affordable care act say it benefits everyone from seniors to children. more than 3 million young adults under the age of 26 are now covered under their parents' healthcare plans because of the law. a bad cold and an asmatic can lead to an emergency room visit and an increased need for medications and increased costs. >> i would have to have insurance. i mean i don't think goikd without. >> contribution of the healthcare act oppose the provision whereby everyone must buy health insurance, or face a fine starting in 2014. a poll out today shows most americans oppose the president's healthcare reform, although they support most of its provisions. the new poll indicates 55% of respondents are against the act, while 44% favor it. it's a much different picture when you break down individual provisions. 82% support banning insurance companies have denying coverage to people with preexisting
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conditions. 61% like the provision allowing children to stay on their parents' insurance until the age of 26. we have new information this morning about a fast- moving grass fire in solano county. flames were first spotted at pleasant valley and vac okay valley roads around 6:30 last night. fire investigators say they believe a birdlanded on an electrical we are ignites sparks which burned a utility pole and started the fire. flames came within a few yards of homes but no structures were damaged. the fire burned about five acres. a nearby vegetation fire became a road hazard on 101 in san francisco. the first call came at 4:40 yesterday afternoon. near the 101/280 split. smoke passed over the roadway forcing highway patrols to briefly shut down two southbound lanes of 101 near silver avenue. a tropical storm warning has been issued as tropical storm debby hits the gulf coast with wind and rain. this is new video into our newsroom. debby could reach hurricane strength within the next few days.
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the storm is already interfering with oil and gas production in the gulf region. that's raising the possibility of higher gas prices across the country. one tornado linked to the big storm has touched down in southwest florida. the twister damaged homes, businesses and cars in east napless. many people say they watched the tornado rip apart their community. >> and i actually saw if water come out of the canal, and it was swinking around and the ducks were being thrown in the air. >> felt like it was spin in a circle. then boom, boom, boom. >> the trees were like breaking. >> one person was hurt when he was hit by a falling tree limb, but there are no reports of any serious injuries. a san leandro businessman's goal to encircle the city with a fiberoptic loop is back on the fast track. executive patrick kennedy is bank rolling the $3 million project called lit san leandro and he's not confident it's all
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going to be finished by the end of the summer. that project would vastly improve internet service across the city. ridge land residents will soon have a choice of electricity providers. the city council voted to join the marin energy authority. i offer 2 power programs. one is called light green with 50% renewable energy and rates comparable to pg&e. the deep green program provided electricity that's 100% renewable. it's a little more expensive, costing an estimated 4 to $7 extra per month. customers will be able to enroll as soon as september. good morning to you. a mostly clear, quiet start to the day. we've got conditions fairly nice out there, if you are going to be outdoors any time soon. 50s, even low 60s already this morning, and into the afternoon, very pleasant, unseasonably mild weather remains in our area due to this system that is pretty much, well, just sitting put at least for the next couple of days or
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so. it's has elongated just a little bit. our unseasonably mild weather will continue. and the on shore winds will continue for sunday. partly cloudy skies, winds 10 to 20 miles per hour for the afternoon. headed to sing francisco for the festivities or the free concert, bring along a light jacket. outside of that we have nice weather in santa rosa, napa if you're headed to the fair a good day for that. your forecast in just a moment. 55 in oakland right now, 56 in napa, as well as santa rosa. down along the peninsula, upper 50s san francisco. 59 in san jose with light winds. a mild day at the county fair. it's summer after all, and plenty during the summer can be quite hot. not going to be the case today. an enjoyable forecast, upper 60s for the noontime, low 70s for the afternoon and settling into the evening hours, maybe a little cooler than what we would expect.
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62 degrees as we get closer to sun set. getting off to the fair for the evening hours, you will need perhaps a jacket for the kids. 72 navarro for the afternoon, 72 in petaluma, 73 for sonoma. napa, all the areas with low to mid 70s in the forecast. also expect 76 degrees or so for lunch. 73 in walnut creek. nice day in danville, a nice day for pittsburg this afternoon. oakland, are you going to see the a's and giants play? the santa clara valley, widespread lows, 70s. 70s in sunnyvale. 70 redwood city and 66 san bruno. mid up toker 60s in santa cruz for the day. the extended forecast numbers remain below average although we see a gradual warm-up into tuesday, wednesday, thursday looks to be the warmest day. low 80s for the valley. back to you. >> thank you, rosemary. a family escapes their car right before it bursts into
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flames. the crash that led to the explosion on a chicago freeway. >> and the floats are in place, the crowd on market street is growing. hundreds of thousands are expected to turn out for this year's san francisco pride parade. >> but first, let's take you outside for a live look at highway 101 in san francisco. a big problem we need to tell you about, a big alert is being issued because of a crash on southbound 101 and northbound bay shore boulevard, at the off ramp just down the road from where you're at right now on your screen. the c.h.p. is responding, they say major injuries could cause big problems this morning.
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good morning to you. a live look there.
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mostly clear over the oakland estuary. a westerly breeze for the afternoon and a mild pattern holding for sunday. the top story this morning, it's one of the biggest gay pride celebrations in the world, and it all culminates in san francisco today with a huge parade. k.t.v.u.'s allie rasmus is live from san francisco this morning, where the parade is about to get under way, ali, in less than an hour. are you seeing unusual floats out there? >> reporter: definitely a lot of colorful floats and decorations out here. right now we're on beall street between market and howard. this is a staging area for the floats involved in this parade. there's about 200 groups taking part in the san francisco pride parade. some have their own floats like this one here. this is the san francisco l.g.b.t. community center float. they're celebrating their 10th anniversary which is why they have the birthday cake decoration out here. again, close to 200 contingents. some have their own floats there. you see the city of berkeley has its own float. up there on the top. bart has its own float, san
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francisco's zoo, also. and we pan to the left, you can see some of the other floats staging here behind us. let's turn the camera around this direction so you can see some of the corporate sponsors of this event also have their own floats. there's a whole foods float with a giant glitter, looks like a beach on top of it, and then stoli vodka has a float. the parade starts at 10:30 this morning. the main route is on market street. on market street the crowd continues to grow this morning. some people started setting up chairs along the barricades as early as 8 a.m. to get a good spot. organizers expect as many as 500 to 750,000 people to turn out. that makes san francisco's pride parade the largest in the country. it's also one of the largest in the world. the only one larger is in sao paolo, brazil. where they get about 4 million spectators. this is also one of the oldest in the country, it's 42 years
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old. >> i wanted to come here because this is where pride originally started, from harvey milk. >> seeing all the different people. just having a good time, everybody hanging loose, and everybody's in good spirits. >> we just enjoy being out here with all these people. it's so much fun, and it's just -- it's just a great day to be here. >> reporter: we showed you some of the floats organized by some of the corporate sponsors of this event. some people have criticized the celebration and parade for becoming what they say is too commercialized, too corporatized. a group called occupride plans to stage a protest although the group has promised organizers they would not disrupt the parade. in response, however, parade organizers point out that corporate sponsorships allow them to keep this event free. other pride celebration and festivals charge a gate or an entrance fee. this particular event this weekend, most of the events are free and accessible to everyone. it's one of the things that
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organizers say they are proud of and would like to keep things that way. back out here live, you're looking at again the staging area for some of the 200 contingents taking part in this parade. this looks like this is a muni float, demonstration here. and they are going to be starting here from beall street, between market and howard at 10:30 this morning. that's when the parade starts. hundreds of thousands expected to turn out. live in san francisco, allie rasmus. four nato service members have died in southern afghanistan in the past two days. the alliance says two service members were killed today in a traffic accident in the south part of that country. yesterday one service member was killed in an insurgent attack and another in a bomb blast. the nationalities of the deceased service members haven't been released. dozens of demonstrators clashed with police and smashed bank windows in israel's commercial capitol of tel aviv overnight. a violent demonstration was the latest in a nationwide protest moment demanding social reforms
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and affordable housing. the tensions are mounting after syria shot down a turkish fighter jet in training on friday. nato this morning announced its governing body will meet tuesday to discuss this issue. syria claims the plane flew into syrian air space, which turkey denies. this incident also shows syria relying on russian-made air defenses, which is a major concern among some western powers. a few hours ago, a chinese space craft carrying three astronauts successfully docked with an orbiting module. this is a first for china as it try tries to match the u.s. and russia in space exploration. the dock was broadcast live on national television and one of the chinese astronauts is a 33- year-old woman. four people died in a small plane crash in oregon. the plane crashed right after takeoff yesterday afternoon, in a rural area west of eugene. witnesses say it lost altitude and hit a tree which tore a wing off the plane. the pilot and the three passengers on that plane died. their outs haven't been
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released. the national transportation safety board is investigating. a chicago family very lucky this morning after surviving an accident that had their car bursting into flames on the freeway. there you see this video of that fire under way. this happened yesterday morning. police say that car was actually in the left lane when it got a flat tire. as the driver try toed make his way across the freeway his car was hit by another car. two young children were in the back seat. >> the impact on that vehicle thrust the entire front into the back seat where the children were sitting. the gas tank erupted shortly after that, after the family got out. >> one person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. cleanup in the northeast minnesota area is just beginning after flooding earlier this week. families in duluth are salvaging what's left of their water logged homes. wednesday's flag floods wiped out streets and triggered mudslides. people were told to evacuate
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but they did not want to leave their homes behind. >> we're 83 years old. i was safer in my own house. and it was my decision to stay. >> officials say the storm caused $100 million in damage city wide. only about 100 of the city's 250,000 residents have flood insurance. hundreds of dead sea birds washing up on florida beaches. the birds were migrating from africa to canada, but the stormy weather in florida the past few weeks is making it nearly impossibility for the birds to both eat and fly. so at the same time, local wildlife workers say they're overwhelmed preparing for the growing number of sick birds. and they're making an urgent appeal for volunteers. a retired schoolteacher from antioc is back safe at home after a whale sunk his boat. the family welcomed max young in sacramento. they're glad he is home and alive. the whale ran into his 50 foot sailboat off the coast of la
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playa, mexico while he was finishing a solo trip around the world. and his boat began to sink back on june 12th. >> god knows that boat went up and when she came down, she came down okay bam. i -- cabam. it just shook. >> the 68-year-old sailor activated his emergency beacon. a cargo ship couldn't get to him until the next day. reflecting on his journey, young says he still wants to sail the world. his wife says, however, he needs to find a new hobby. it's 9:52. an unusual award system at a county jail in georgia. why officials are encouraging inmates to try to break out of their cells. >> mostly clear skies outside our door this morning, a nice subtle warm-up in store for your sunday. what you can expect coming up.
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>>this afternoon giants fans will pull out the brooms looking for a sweep of the oakland a's, after san francisco held off a furious come back. to the 6th i can.
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tied at 4. brandon belt at the plate and he blasts a two run shot giving the giants the lead. san francisco bats not done correct. buster foe see in the box and that's buster posey slapping it over the left field fence. giants lead 8-4 but the a's battle back. down 9-4 in the ninth they wind up scoring four runs. it's 9-8. bases loaded, two outs, clay hensley on the hill. jemile weeks hit that blooper and ryan theriot sieves the game for the giants. if he doesn't get to that ball the a's win but he does and the giants win. the oldest tennis tournament in the world is back, the two week long wimbledon championship kicks off tomorrow. the all england club in london. the men's defending champion is top ranked djokovic. maria sharapova is the french open champion and the top seed on the women's side. breaking out of a jail cell apparently has its benefits. officials at the jail in fulton county, georgia are encouraging inmates to try to break out.
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they're trying to identify a problem with the locks. inmerits pop the cell locks all the time, so the jail commander is testing a change in one cell block, and issuing a challenge. >> i'm offering that any inmate that can defeat these locks will get a measure of free commissary on the house. >> he plans for jail staff to identify experienced lock beaters and put them in the cells where sophisticated new locks are getting installed for testing. the reward will likely be snack foods and hygiene products up to $20 worth. all right. your time now is 9:57. let's go back over to rosemary for a last look at the weather this sunday. hey rosemary. >> good morning to you. we are looking at weather simply nice to put it for you. partly cloudy skies, we will have the afternoon breeze along the coast, 50s to low 60s, around the bay and inland 60s to low 70s. 73 for santa rosa today, 73 in concord, 73 fremont. down into morgan hills 73 for you along the peninsula. 60s and low 70s.
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70 degrees expected redwood city. the extended forecast, a little atypical for this time of year, but in any case, it is pleasant. hopefully you'll have a chance to enjoy it. mid 70s for tomorrow, and then back into the upper 70s, low low 80s by wednesday and thursday. maybe a little cool for this time of year. >> it's nice. when i was at nascar it was cool for the first time in i don't know how many years. it was actually nice. a little bit of a treat. thank you. >> no problem. any time. >> happy birthday, claudia. >> happy birthday. >> in case you didn't hear. that's our report for this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> join us for our next newscast at 5:00. thanks for joining us. have a great sunday. that's sixty seconds, foring out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me.
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