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mashed store fronts and vandalism across downtown oakland after a heated demonstration last night, people angry over the acquittal of george zimmerman. we'll tell you why many say justice was not served. and families of the asiana flight 214. how victims are thanking people here in the bay area. high in the air and catchable! it's a no-hitter for tim lincecum! >> and it's a giant celebration by the giants.
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more on the stellar performance by pitcher tim lincecum. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news on 2. >> i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. another cool morning out there, but rosemary joining us now with a look at what we can expect today. if we liked yesterday -- >> we are right there in that ballpark, claudia. we are going to see another nice day. the clouds along the coastline into the bay this morning, temperatures similar for most. and into the afternoon, i think we will see just a minor change and it will be in the way of a start of a cool-down. for some of us, slightly cooler, and it will be a cooler path as we head into the first half of next week. i'll have your temperatures, coming up. we begin with developing news. the fallout across the country from the acquittal of murder defendant george zimmerman. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. so say we all, foreperson.
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>> well, shortly after the verdict was read, zimmerman smiled and then shook hands with his attorneys, after the jury cleared him of all charges in connection with the shooting death of the florida teenager, trayvon martin. the jury, comprised of six women, deliberated for about 15 hours before they acquitted him. the verdict immediately sparked protests nationwide, including here in the bay area. in oakland, some demonstrations actually turned violent and destructive. alex savidge joins us live from oakland where the store owners are cleaning up. alex? >> reporter: well, yes. quite a bit of cleanup to do here in downtown oakland this morning, following the zimmerman verdict last night. this is a lot of what you'll see around the downtown area, a lot of smashed windows and store fronts, businesses that have been vandalized. what you're looking at here is the sears store on telegraph. you can see just how many windows were smashed up last night as the protest moved through this area. quite a few windows broken during what became a heated
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demonstration. in one case, some protesters even set fire to a dumpster in the middle of the street last night. well over 100 people initially gathered outside city hall, then began to march through downtown oakland, following the acquittal of george zimmerman in the shooting death of trayvon martin. police officers were called in to disperse the crowd. they came from several different agencies, including the sheriff's office and the chp. many of the protesters wore masks as they broke store windows, vandalized a bank and spray-painted buildings. some of the graffiti called for violence against zimmerman. some called for violence against police officers. the neighborhood watch volunteer claimed he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense. demonstrators last night say the guilty verdict is an injustice. >> i don't feel like it's self- defense. no. you killed a little boy. that little boy ain't gonna
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have a chance to do nothing because you felt like it was okay and that you were so big that you couldn't handle him by fighting. you had to shoot him. like it wasn't that serious. >> reporter: vandals also targeted the superior courthouse at oak and 12th street. there was spray paint around the building and at least one window of the courthouse was smashed as well. while there was a lot of damage done in the downtown area last night, i just got an update from oakland police. say they during this demonstration last night, there were no injuries. and oakland police also say there were no arrests made. but obviously, a lot of cleanup for a lot of the store owners to do this morning. smashed windows everywhere you look in the downtown area. live this morning in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. now, across the bay in san francisco, another demonstration is planned for this afternoon. >> trayvon martin! >> last night, protesters
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marched down valencia street. organizers say they had been prepared in case of an acquittal and they had made hundreds of picket signs declaring that zimmerman was guilty. >> that's why we're here, to say that trayvon martin deserves justice, not this travesty that happened in florida. >> san francisco police had patrol cars and vans following the demonstrators. officers say the rally was peaceful. today's protest is set for 4:00 this afternoon at market and powell. >> when do want it? >> now! >> demonstrators gathered to protest the verdict. as a precaution, the lapd issued a citywide alert. it extended the shift of officers and police did not respond to low-priority calls. but the demonstration stayed peaceful. new this morning, police are looking for the person who shot and killed a teenager in east san jose. it happened around 1:00 this
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morning. officers responded to a party and found a 17-year-old boy inside a car with a single gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital where police say he later died. anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call police. all lanes on interstate 580 on oakland have reopened after a shooting shut down the freeway for several hours. police say a gunman shot into a car and injured one person. the victim was taken to the hospital and is said to be in stable condition. the incident shut down most of the interstate near seminary avenue but the freeway reopened just about three hours later. so far, no arrests have been made. a vallejo woman is facing child endangerment charges after police say she abandoned her one-year-old son in a gas station bathroom. police released this still photo from a surveillance video. they say the video shows the woman pushing a stroller into the bathroom, staying there for nine minutes, and then walking
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away. 22-year-old joia hulkill was arrested after someone recognized her from the still photo. police say the child was left alone for about one hour but was not hurt. the time now is 7:06. now to our continuing coverage of the asiana flight 214 crash. the families of the first two teenagers killed in that crash say they're touched by the outpouring of support. more than 100 people attended a memorial in burlingame just across from sfo. while a buddhist organization organized the event, other groups also took part, as a show of solidarity. the parents of ye mengyuan and wang linjia offered their thanks. >> due to the loss of their daughters, they're unable to share with us today, so they had their friend to express
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this gratitude with us. >> organizers of the memorial say they wanted to show the families just how many people in the bay area truly care about them. now, more information is emerging about the third teenager killed in the crash. the san mateo county coroner confirms that liu yipeng was 15 years old. chinese news outlets say all three teens came from the same school in china. the associated press reports she was still in her seat when rescuers arrived on scene. now, sfo is going to hold a blood drive tomorrow to help replenish the blood supply used for the crash victims. the event will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the baggage claim area of terminal 3. walk-ins are welcome, based on availability. happening now, there is a strike at oakland international airport. a group of nonunion fast-food workers are picketing inside and outside the airport. they say they will be joined by union groups.
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the one-day strike is to raise attention about what they call unfair labor practices by fast- food subcontractors. they say workers have been fired up for speaking up. we have not yet received a response from the food vendors. san francisco giants' pitcher tim lincecum took the hill and threw an absolute gem! >> high in the air and catchable. it's a no-hitter for tim lincecum! >> the 29-year-old pitched a no- hitter against the padres in san diego. it's the first of his career and the 15th no-hitter in team history. lincecum was brilliant, striking out 13, while tossing a career-high 148 pitches. lincecum credits his teammates, from pablo sandoval to hunter pence, to keep that no-hitter intact. >> i was pretty much speechless, because like i said, i don't know where to be
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in my head, just kind of the way things have been going. i just am thankful for the way they've played. >> the giants offense had another big night, putting up nine runs in the win. lincecum now has two world series ring, two cy youngs and a no-hitter. a.j. griffin also in fine form last night. the first-place a's won 3-0. catcher derek norris had a home run that eventually went 387 feet. obviously not that one. the a's keep their one-game lead in the division. it was josh reddick jersey night out there at the ballpark. a cool-down is coming. let's turn over to rosemary. how much cooler are we getting? >> today, we may not even notice. it's going to be very minor today, a little bit more tomorrow. tuesday will be the coolest day. for some inland areas, that will be some relief, because it was warm yesterday in many
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cases. i'm giving you a live look at mount diablo. a bit of haze. it's not smog. it's good air quality for today. temperatures a lot like yesterday, unless you're waking up with a different sky. what i mean by that is if you're waking up with mostly sunny skies and you were cloudy yesterday morning, chances are you're slightly warmer. if you woke up yesterday with sunny skies and today you have overcast skies, chances are you're slightly warmer. the afternoon temperatures will be a lot like what we felt yesterday, with just a tad of cooling expected. so areas like napa where we are waking up mostly sunny, you are a few degrees cooler. but in areas like santa rosa, you're warmer this morning by a few degrees. all in all, low 50's across most of the north bay. into the south bay, we've got low close in oakland, hayward. for the peninsula, we're waking
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up with gray skies as well. the onshore breeze, 18 miles hour. we keep track of this because it will tell us a lot about how much cooling we're going to get. it always acts as an ac provider. fairfield, 56 at this hour. mid 50's in concord. 53 in san francisco. upper 50's in redwood city as well as mountain view. the fog is going to burn away. it will remain along the coastline for most of the day. mostly sunny elsewhere. and temperatures in the upper 70's to low 80's. around the north bay, 68 for sausalito. east bay, temperatures still pretty good for today's a's game. up to 90 degrees for our inland communities. 80 in san jose.
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74 in santa cruz. just a degree of cooling expected for santa cruz. mid 60's in san francisco. low 60's remaining at the coastline. the extended forecast here, tomorrow a more notable change will come in the way of those cooler temps. tuesday, again, looks to be the coolest day, starting out with morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. wednesday, temperatures begin to rebound. thursday, we're back into the 90's. maybe into the mid 90's for the inland communities. i'll have a look at your lunchtime numbers, coming up. new information about edward snowden. the key pieces of information he may have that could cause harm to the u.s. government. plus, fans are mourning the loss of actor cory. first, a live look outside. fremont looking very quiet. time now is 7:13. you're watching mornings on 2.
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it's a calm and cloudy start over the oakland estuary, waking up in the 50's and an afternoon with mostly sunny skies, mild conditions. and we continue to follow developing news in the aftermath of the protests over the acquittal of george zimmerman. downtown oakland, you can see the doors have been smashed, just part of a lot of damage we're seeing in downtown oakland. several businesses were vandalized. demonstrators also spray- painted graffiti on walls. now, protests began shortly after a florida jury acquitted george zimmerman of killing 17- year-old trayvon martin. this morning, zimmerman is spending his first full day as a free man. reporter miller is live for us in sanford, florida, where it's
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been relatively calm despite fears of violence. >> reporter: that's right. after george zimmerman was released his ankle monitor was immediately removed. where he'll go next is unknown. the jury has spoken. >> state of florida versus george zimmerman. verdict, we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> reporter: not guilty of second-degree murder and not guilty of manslaughter for the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. zimmerman admitted he shot the teen but he claims he was acting in self-defense. >> you have no further business with the court. >> reporter: after the trial ended, both sides offered their thoughts on the verdict. >> obviously we are ecstatic with the results. george zimmerman was never guilty of anything except protecting himself in self- defense. >> i am disappointed, as we are, with the verdict, but we
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accept it. we live in a great country that has a great deal criminal justice system. >> justice for trayvon! >> reporter: some who gathered did not agree with the verdict. >> the whole system is corrupt! it's about money! >> reporter: protests in other cities were largely peaceful. although demonstrators in oakland vandalized a police car. meanwhile, back in sanford, freedom could be a relative term for george zimmerman. his family is concerned for his safety. >> he's a free man in the eyes of the court but he's going to be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life. >> reporter: and trayvon martin's family is expected to attend church in miami this morning. they say their hearts are broken but their faith is not. >> all right. sunland miller reporting live from florida. thanks for that report. there is an ominous warning
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coming from supporters of edward snowden. a friend warns that if something happens to snowden, it would turn into america's worst nightmare. friends say snowden gave people thousands of documents that could cause more harm to the u.s. in a single minute than any person ever has. the documents detail how the u.s. allegedly intercepted communications. one of the firefighters killed in the wildfire was remembered in his hometown of southern california. on the far right of this picture is 30-year-old chris mckenzie. yesterday, an estimated 2,000 people gathered at the amphitheater in riverside county to honor his life and sacrifice. 18 other firefighters were killed on june 13 fighting a wildfire just north of phoenix. friends say mckenzie had an infectious smile and loved the outdoors. friends of a 22-year-old road rage victim are hoping a
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growing reward will help find the people responsible for his death. on june 12, nakano was killed after a fender bender turned into a deadly confrontation. friends are trying to raise more award money for his case. >> i know the odds are against us, however with the help of the public, i am honestly we will catch these monsters. >> the reward in this case now stands at $35,000. fans of the fox series "glee" are mourning the death of one of the show's stars. ♪ ♪ i know it's late ♪ i know you're weary ♪ >> yesterday, cory monteith was found death in his vancouver hotel by hotel staff. he had gone out with friends
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the night before, but surveillance video shows him returning to his room alone. investigators say there are no signs of foul play. this past april, monteith checked into rehab for substance abuse problems. investigators will decide whether victims will be able to get money from the 911 attacks. the airlines were sued with the reasoning that they were negligent, allowing terrorists to board planes. the world trade center owners have already received more than $4.9 billion in insurance payouts but want the airlines to pay more. the airlines say they should not have to pay, because the owners have already been reimbursed. do you have what it takes to be the winner of the next american idol? cooler weather is headed to the bay area. i'll have what you can expect for today and when will be the coolest day, coming up. crystal geyser is always
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for the first time, fans got to watch two of the america's cup teams compete on the san francisco bay. the team from new zealand took on the italian team. they made their way through the course at speeds well above 40 miles an hour. fans call the race historic and said they were happy to be a part of it all. >> the best boats. we have an opportunity to be standing on land, being able to witness this. never happened before in the america's cup. i'm taking every opportunity to take in as much racing as we can. it is truly exciting. >> new zealand won the race by a wide margin. the next scheduled race is today. the next televised race is set for sunday, july 21. and rosemary, looked like it was a pretty nice day there on the bay. how about today? >> partly cloudy skies. winds just like yesterday. a small craft advisory once
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again. winds anywhere from 25 to 30 miles per hour throughout the afternoon. here at home, waking up with temperatures in the 50's, from the coast, around the bay. upper 50's to near 60's for our inland communities. partly to mostly cloudy skies for the coast. mostly sunny elsewhere. upper 50's for the coast. by 10:00, low to mid 60's around the bay. and for your lunch hour, 80's for the inland communities. upper 60's to low 70's around the bay. upper 50's to about 60 degrees along the coast. your highs for the afternoon, a detailed look for you here. 61, pacifica. mid 60's, san francisco. 70's in oakland. upper 80's to near 90 for our warmest communities. so a tad cooler in some areas. some of us may not even notice. as we get into tomorrow, though, temperatures will continue to cool. and then it looks like tuesday, waking up with the morning clouds. temperatures will be at their
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coolest as we get into wednesday, thursday, we'll be back in the heat, especially the inland communities. low to mid 90's in the forecast for thursday. upper 70's around the bay. 66 at the coast. i'll have a detailed view of your current conditions, coming up. the next round of auditions for the next season of american idol are officially underway! the talent show held its first round thursday. participants who pass this round will have to perform in front of the celebrity judges for a chance to go to hollywood. season 13 of american idol premieres next january. singers in the bay area will have their chance to audition this coming tuesday in san francisco. but registration actually begins tomorrow and organizers are warning hopefuls that if you wait until tuesday to register, you could lose your chance to compete, if they run out of space. there will be no overnight
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camping allowed inside or outside any of the venues. so far, none of the show's winners have come from the bay area. more than a dozen people rushed to the hospital while riding muni in san francisco. what investigators say happened just moments before it crashed with a van. and how one woman says she tried to protect her baby. also, it was a busy night for police in oakland after people took to the streets to protest the acquittal of george zimmerman. alex savidge will have a live look at all the damage. crimes, right out in the open. some right in front of children. ktvu channel 2 news' heather holmes gives you an exclusive look at the problem. but it's not just about arresting people. we reveal what police are doing differently to prevent future
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george zimmerman is a free man this morning. the evidence, prosecutors say, should have convinced the jury he was guilty. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 this sunday, july 14. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. almost immediately after the verdict, protests began across the country and right here in the bay area. this morning, police are preparing for even more demonstrations today. officers are hoping they won't see a repeat of last night's violence in oakland. ktvu's alex savidge is live in downtown oakland with a look at the damage. alex? >> reporter: well, anger over the zimmerman verdict led to some heated demonstrations here in downtown oakland last night. i want to show you. some of what you'll see as you
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look through the downtown area, smashed storefronts. what you're looking at here is the sears store on telegraph. as we pan down here, you can see a number of the windows were broken out last night during this demonstration. but this morning, oakland police are telling us there was actually no one arrested. >> trayvon! trayvon! >> reporter: protesters called for justice for trayvon last night. some set fire to a dumpster in the middle of the street. it was around 10:00 when well over 100 people gathered outside city hall, then began to march through downtown, following the acquittal of george zimmerman in the shooting death of trayvon martin, the unarmed 17-year- old. police officers were called in to disperse the crowd. a number of the protesters wore masks as they broke store windows and spray-painted buildings. some of the graffiti called for violence against zimmerman. other graffiti called for
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violence against police officers. the neighborhood watch volunteer claimed he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense. but even some of the protesters upset about the acquittal were disappointed about the vandalism. >> it doesn't make sense to do this to our community. these people had nothing to do with what happened. they're destroying our own community. just don't do it. >> reporter: now, some business owners, we watched them last night as they stood behind their security gates during the unrest, urging people to remain calm and hoping that their businesses wouldn't be damaged. vandals, in addition, targeted the superior courthouse at oak and 12th streets. they spray-painted the building there and smashed at least one window. the oakland police gave us an update this morning. they said there were no injuries. and, again, no arrests were made. but obviously a lot of cleanup for store owners here in the downtown here. live this morning in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. throughout mornings on 2, we will show you demonstrations throughout the nation. in chicago, people expressed
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their outrage. some demonstrators say they have lost faith in the system. many residents in florida felt a connection to the trial that was held in sanford, florida. people gathered on the steps of the florida capitol building in tallahassee. they were high school and college students about the age of trayvon martin. uniformed officers were on hand to keep the peace. a student group said it may be forced into civil disobedience. trayvon martin's family can still file a civil suit against george zimmerman. it is still unclear if that will happen. zimmerman's attorneys said they were ecstatic that george zimmerman is out of jail. a jury found george zimmerman not guilty of all charges in the shooting death of 17-year- old trayvon martin. >> as happy as i am for george zimmerman, i'm thrilled that
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this jury kept this tragedy from becoming a travesty. >> now, we respect the jury's verdict. but really, what it boiled down to is a kid minding his own business, being followed by a stranger. that's not a theory. that's the facts. >> prosecutors say for them, the case came down to which person was heard yelling for help on a neighbor's 911 call. they believe it was clear that martin was the victim. but the victim's mother also testified that it was her son calling for help. some were visible upset and in tears when they heard the verdict. shortly after the verdict was read, martin's mother, sybrina fulton, tweeted, lord, during my darkest hour, i lean on you. you are all i have. a landmark build in the north bay has been destroyed by a fire. it started last night. the company sold animal and pet feed along with other supplies
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to backyard farms. it is said to be the oldest business in the city. according to the santa rosa press, the fire started in haystacks stored right next to the building. no injuries have been reported. we have learned that robbery may not have been the motive for a deadly attack at the julie mart in san francisco. officers say barry white of antioch walked into the store with a gun and a knife, killed two sales women, then seriously wounded the store's owner. the victims have been identified as 35-year-old ken min of san francisco and lean that lin of daly city. police say white had visited the store at least once before. san francisco police are investigating a crash between a muni train and a van that left 19 people hurt. it happened about 1:00 yesterday afternoon on third street. a muni spokesperson said a white van made a left turn in
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front of the train as it was slowing down to stop. one woman was on the train with her baby when that happened. >> i had to cover my baby. i had to hurry up and cover her so the glass wasn't hit her. >> none of the injuries are life-threatening. police say the driver of the white van has been cooperative. the crash shut down muni's line for a couple of hours, but service has been restored. take a look at this in san francisco's pacific heights neighborhood. a van slammed into several parked cars on california and baker streets, causing a domino effect there. police say it appeared the driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel and run through a red light. a sonoma county supervisor is out on bail, accused of trying to break into a woman's home. 32-year-old efren carrillo was arrested. a woman called police, saying someone was trying to enter her bedroom window. police say carrillo was wearing
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only underwear, socks and holding a cell phone. the woman said she knew him only by seeing him around the neighborhood. a rally is being held. in november, the interior department refused to issue a permit that would allow a company to continue farming. the rally will be tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the waterfront restaurant and cafe in san francisco. bart labor negotiations are expected to continue tomorrow. workers are threatening to strike again if a deal is not reached by the time their contract extension expires next month. the nearly week-long strike cost the bay area's economy $7 million a day in lost productivity. and if you need to fill up your car, you might want to do it soon. the break in gas prices is about to be over. analysts say gas prices are expected to go up about 15 cents a gallon. >> the
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>> in the next couple of weeks. the average price in california is about $4 a gallon. here in the bay area, it's a little bit more in san francisco, where it's about $4.11. in oakland, it's $3.96 finishes eventually, there will be 70 bike stations with more than 700 bikes. membership will cost you anywhere from $88 for an annual pass to $9 for a 24-hour pass. it's 7:38. a nice day to hop on a bike. very pretty outside. a little cooler but maybe just a light jacket and you'll be good to go. >> yes. we are waking up this morning with low clouds, a little bit more widespread, back across the bay. oakland waking up with overcast
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conditions. with that blanket of clouds acting as an insulator, we're just a tad warmer this morning in oakland. we are going to see sunshine here in oakland as this low cloud deck is going to burn away and leave us with mostly sunny skies for your sunday. so saturday turned out to be a warmer day as we expected. today, i'm expecting slight cooling, as a result of this ridge of high pressure beginning to nudge back to the east and a trough developing off the coastline. for today, just a minor drop in temperatures. some of us may not really notice. some of us may enjoy that few degrees of cooling. tomorrow, we are looking at a better cool-down. tuesday looks like it's going to be the coolest day. here are the clouds outdoors. over parts of the north bay, looks like parts of napa, partly cloudy skies. parts of the north bay are under cloudy conditions. from san francisco down through sunnyvale, gray skies for you. oakland, san leandro, hayward,
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all the way down through fremont, waking up with gray skies. as we get through your morning hours, temperatures will begin to climb. and the winds relatively calm. we have just a light breeze. fairfield reporting an onshore breeze, 18 miles per hour. a little stronger than what we had yesterday. in any case, temperatures will warm in your area once again. 56 in fairfield. 57, walnut creek. 58 in oakland. 54, san francisco. 58, redwood city. and for the afternoon, temperatures not budging a whole lot. maybe a degree or two one way or the other. 77 for novato this afternoon. 79 in napa. 69 for berkeley. 65, san francisco. 70, oakland. for the inland east bay, upper 80's to low 90's. brentwood, you will be one of the warmer spots. 80 for san jose. 82, los gatos. 74 if you're going to the boardwalk in santa cruz.
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your extended forecast showing you temperatures, again, on to a cooler path. upper 80's for inland communities today. 70's around the bay. low 60's at the coast. tomorrow temperatures drop off about 4 degrees or so for inland cities. another step down for tuesday. tuesday will be the coolest day. and then, as we get into wednesday, we're bouncing back. 90 degrees in the forecast for the inland cities. 94 on thursday. around the bay, low 70's on wednesday, warming to the upper 70's for your thursday. back to the desk. well, 25 different charities are still waiting for a promised $1 million from napa county's bottle rock music festival. it was the largest event in napa's history. more than 100,000 -- 120,000 people rather gathered at that expo. since the festival closed, financial problems began to surface. so far, three lawsuits have been filed against the event and its organizers. the port of oakland is
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settling a suit with a terminal operator over land just north of jack lennon square. some people in oakland want to turn that property, known as the howard terminal, into a new waterfront ballpark for the a's, similar to at&t park in san francisco. the a's say the waterfront park may be too expensive and are looking to possibly move to san jose. coming up, more on the stellar performance by pitcher tim lincecum that led the team to its 15th no-hitter. the new edition at the fair. plus, new concerns when it comes to food stamps. why it's having such a big impact on mothers. but first, let's take you outside. a little foggy out there at the golden gate bridge. but rosemary says that's going to clear away. it's shaping up for a very nice day. we'll also keep an eye on the roads for you and let you know
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if there's anything stopping or slowing your travel this morning. this is mornings on 2.
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welcome back. giving you a live look there at the bay bridge. poor visibility getting across that bridge this morning. low clouds and fog rejoining us. they will burn away. partly cloudy skies expected for the afternoon. and we want to take you back to our top story this morning. developing news out of oakland. you're taking a live look at some of the dam left behind
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following protests about the acquittal of george zimmerman. we're also seeing spray painting and graffiti. a bart police car was one of the cars damaged last night. more protests are planned in the bay area today. more show times have been added to accommodate the large crowds in oakland that have been lining up to see the new movie about oscar grant. it opened friday in seven theaters, brought in more than $127,000 on opening night. several screenings sold out. the movie is a drama. it opens nationwide on july 26. tomorrow, a vigil will be held for john caldwell.
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caldwell was with grant at the bart station when grant was shot and killed in 2009. the vigil will be held tomorrow afternoon at the 76 gas station where caldwell was killed. despite pressure to ease criminal overcrowding, the governor says there are no plans to build new prisons. governor brown has said limited resources are better spent on education and rehabilitation. meanwhile, the hunger strike continues at more than 20 california prisons. since yesterday, more than 6300 inmates still refuse to eat. the strike ask a statement against inmates being held in solitary confinement.
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congress is debating whether to cut $80 from the nutritional program. some mothers say they will have to buy less food for their children. a bay area politician says there should be saturday voting whenever an election draws near. leland lee is backing a bill that would give voters a chance to vote on a saturday before an election. his bill would require counties nationwide to open a polling place on at least one saturday before election day. yee is hoping to improve low turnout for local elections. the senator is running for secretary of state next year. immigrants could soon be ranked in order to decide who is able to settle in the u.s. the idea is being considered in the u.s. senate right now. the immigration bill has a ranking system that takes into
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account how well prospective immigrants speak english and how well they're educated. the scale would also factor in work experience. the ranking system would begin 2018, in the bill. texas legislation bans most abortion of 20 weeks of pregnancy. this was a second attempt by supporters to pass a bill in the senate. it originally failed to gain approval because of a marathon filibuster by senator wendy davis. >> there's a lot of rule- breaking going on in the capitol right now. unfortunately, we'll just see another day. >> texas governor rick perry said he will sign the bill into law. the state's insurance commissioner says california's new health care exchange system could open people up to fraud. the program starts in october as part of the federal
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government's affordable care act. enrollment counselors will have access to people's personal and financial information. but the state's insurance commission says there is no plan for investigating fraud complaints. a spokesman says the exchange has made consumer safety a top priority. a new program in the east bay is providing high-risk youth with an hiv prevention spill, being funded by the aids research program. it will give youth access to the drug along with safe sex counseling. travada is currently manufactured in foster city. as part of the free admission program, the museum says it's part of an ongoing effort to support edge gaition in the bay area. teachers can get free vouchers.
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meanwhile, napa county is going to be receiving nearly $1 million. the goal is to save energy, create jobs and improve school conditions. the funding became available after prop 39 passed last november. charter schools within napa valley unified school districts were awarded funds. if total, the proposition allotted $450 to california public school districts. visitors to this year's state fair say they are noticing more police officers than normal. yesterday, more than 100 officers were patrolling the grounds at cal expo. workers say on a busy day, the fair can attract about 50,000 people or more. the countdown begins as the royal baby could be here anytime now. with each day that goes by, more and more reporters have stationed themselves outside that hospital. yesterday, prince william attended a charity, despite it being kate middleton's official due date. when the child is born, a piece
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of paper will go in front of buckingham palace and the media will be notified. a meeting between two presidents. afternoon highs will be just a tad cooler than what we felt for your saturday. i'll have a look for the numbers expected for today, coming up.
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a woman has been seriously hurt during spain's last bull run of the year. the australian woman is now going through surgery. records show only two other women in the history of the fiesta have been gored at running with the bulls. four other runners were also hospitalized. one of them is from california. president obama will host former president george h. w.
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bush and his wife barbara. the white house calls the project the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. more wedding licenses are being issued now that gay couples can get legally married. in contra costa county, the clerk's office gaye out 33 offices. after july 1, the county gave out 64. so far this month, there have been 260 marriage licenses approved in the county. the prop 8 ruling is cited as the big reason. time now is 7:55. it's going to get a little cooler by midweek. rosemary joins us with a look at how it's all shaping up for us. >> yes. we do have a cooler pattern working its way towards the bay area. today, you may not notice it so much, just a few degrees of cooling expected for some of
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our locations. tomorrow, a better cool-down. then tuesday will be the coolest day. meanwhile, it's going to be a great day to head out to the ballpark. 68 degrees at game time. and northwesterly breeze at 15 miles per hour. 74 in hayward. upper 80's for concord. 89 for antioch. upper 70's for santa rosa as well as napa. 65 expected in the city of san francisco. 73, san mateo. 79, redwood city. and into the santa clara valley, we're looking at 80's. the extended forecast here, that cooling trend we're talking about, right there in front of you. temperatures will be on a downward trend as we get into monday, tuesday. but we're bouncing back into the 90's by wednesday. 70's around the bay. 60's at the coast. we'll have a look at your
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current temperatures, coming up. it is 7:56. >> put your hands in the air. and wave them like you just don't care! >> grown-ups, actors adam sandler and others. it is estimated to bring in a weekend total of $46 million. the sci-fi movie pacific rim is estimated to bring in $37 million. and a southern california man is 99 years old and still happily employed. >> it's good money. high five. high five. >> that is ted. he is the only greeter employed by nordstrom's. he retired from being a meat cutter in the 19 80's to help take care of his wife, who had cancer. after the santa anita mall opened, ted found his new
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a not guilty verk in the george zimmerman trial in -- a not guilty verdict in the george zimmerman sparks heated protests here in the bay area. showing support for the families of the asiana flight 214 at sfo, how parents of some of the victims are thanking people right here in the bay area. high in the air and catchable! it's a no-hitter for tim lincecum! >> and there it is, a giant celebration for the san francisco giants. more on that stellar performance by pitcher tim lincecum, leading them to a major win. complete bay area news
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coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, july 14. i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm claudine wong. let's head right over to rosemary for a check on your forecast. >> good morning to you. subtle changes in store for your day as we head out there morning. the low clouds are back, piled up along the coastline and inside the bay. areas like oakland, hayward, waking up mostly cloudy, where we were mostly sunny yesterday morning. the subtle change in the afternoon will come in the way of just a mild cool-down, but it's the start of a trend. i'll have a layout of the numbers for you, coming up. and we begin with the developing news this morning. the aftermath of protests across the country, following the acquittal of george zimmerman. >> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. so say we all, foreperson. >> zimmerman shook hands with his attorneys after the jury cleared him of all charges in connection with the shooting death of florida teenager trayvon martin. the six-woman jury deliberated
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for about 15 hours before acquitting him of both second- degree murder and manslaughter charges. the verdict immediately sparked protests nationwide, including here in the bay area. in oakland, some demonstrators turned both violent and destructive. ktvu's alex savidge is live for us in oakland this morning where some store owners have a mess to clean up this morning. alex? >> reporter: yes. quite a bit of damage here in the downtown area. outrage over the zimmerman verdict last night led to heated protests here in oakland. and this is a common sight, as you go throughout the downtown area this morning. smashed-up storefronts, businesses that have been vandalized. what you're looking at here is the store front of the sears store on telegraph, where you can see quite a few windows were broken out last night as demonstrators moved through this area. surprisingly enough, though, oakland police say this morning no one was arrested during this demonstration. >> trayvon! trayvon!
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>> reporter: there were the chapters from the crowd. they called for justice for trayvon martin, the unarmed black teenager who was shot and killed. some sent fire to a dumpster in the middle of the street here me oakland last night. everything got started about 10:00, when well over 100 people began to gather outside of city hall. then the crowd began to march through downtown oakland, following the acquittal of george zimmerman in the shooting death of trayvon martin. police officers were called in to try and disperse the crowd. they came from a number of different agencies. many protesters wore masks as they broke store windows, vandalized a bank and spray- painted buildings. some of the graffiti called for violence against zimmerman. the neighborhood watch volunteer claimed he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense. protesters we talked to are frustrated by the acquittal. >> it does not surprise me. it would have been nice if he
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would have got convicted of something. i look at it like this. god is going to punish him no matter what. that's karma on him. that's something he's gonna have to answer to. >> reporter: vandals also focused on the superior courthouse at oak and 12th streets. they spray-painted that building and smashed at least one window. this is a common sight around downtown oakland this morning. quite a bit of cleanup to do. a lot of smashed-up windows. we are seeing some people getting the boards out to board up those windows today. oakland police gave us an update this morning. again, no arrests were made, and they say no one was hurt during last night's demonstration. live this morning in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. now, across the bay in san francisco, another demonstration is planned for this afternoon. >> justice for trayvon martin! >> last night, protesters marched down valencia street.
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>> that's why we're here, to say that trayvon martin deserves justice, not this travesty that happened in florida. >> san francisco police have patrol cars and vans following demonstrators. officers say the protest was peaceful. >> what do we want? justice! >> the message was the same in los angeles. as a precaution, the lapd issued an citywide tactical alert that extended the shifts of police officers. the demonstration did stay peaceful. protesters say the trayvon martin killing is not a matter of black and white but rather an issue of right and wrong. new this morning, police are looking for the person who shot and killed a teenager in east san jose. it happened on mercer drive around 1:00 this morning. officers responded to a party and found a 17-year-old boy inside a car with a single
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gunshot wound. he was transported to the hospital where police say he later died. anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call police. a vallejo woman is facing child endangerment charges after police say she abandoned her one-year-old son in a gas station bathroom. police released this still photo from a surveillance video. they say the video shows the woman pushing a stroller into the bathroom, staying there for nine minutes, and then walking away. 22-year-old joia hulkill was arrested after someone recognized her from that still photo. police say the child was left alone for about an hour but was not hurt. happening now, there is a strike going on at oakland international airport. a group of nonunion fast-food workers are picketing inside and outside the airport. a one-day strike is to raise attention about what they call unfair labor practices by fast- food subcontractors. they say some workers have been
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fired for actually speaking out. we have not received a response from the food vendors. now to our continuing coverage of the asiana flight 214 crash. the families of two teenagers killed in that crash say they're touched by the outpouring of support. more than 100 people attended a memorial yesterday in burlingame. while a buddhist foundation organized the event, other religious leaders took part as a show of solidarity. the parents of 16-year-old ye mengyuan and the father of 16- year-old wang linjia surprised everyone by joining that ceremony and then, through a friend and a translator, offered their thanks. >> due to the loss of their daughters, they are unable to share with us today, so they had their friend to express this gratitude with us. >> organizers of the memorial say they wanted to show the
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families just how many people in the bay area truly care about them. more information is emerging about the third teenager killed in the crash. the san mateo county coroner confirms liu yipeng was 15 years old. chinese news outlets say all three teens came from the same school in china. while the first two victims were found outside of the plane, the associated press reports she was still in her seat when rescuers arrived on scene. sfo is going to host a blood drive tomorrow to help replenish the blood supply that was used for the crash victims. that will be at the baggage claim area of terminal 3. appointments are strongly recommended but walk-ins are welcome. tim lincecum took the hill and threw an absolute gem! >> high in the air and catchable! it's a no-hitter for tim lincecum! >> the 29-year-old pitched a no- hitter against the padres down in san diego. it is the first of his career
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and the 15th no-hitter in team history. lincecum, absolutely brilliant, striking out 13, while tossing a career-high 148 pitches. lincecum credits his teammates, from pablo sandoval to hunter pence, who made a diving catch, to keep that no-hitter intact. >> i was pretty much speechless. i don't know where to be in my head, kind of the way things have been going. but i just want to thank them for the way they've played, the big offensive output that we've had. >> that's right. the giants' offense had another big night. lincecum now has two world series rings, two cy youngs, and a no-hitter. ace pitcher a.j. griffin was also in fine form last night. the first-place a's won 3-0. the a's keep their one-game lead in the division.
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a good day for baseball. everyone was happy around the bay area. >> that's correct. all right. time now the 8:09. rosemary is pretty happy, delivering up a nice forecast for us. >> hard not to like this weather. if you don't like the weather in your neighborhood, just head someplace else. if you like it warm, you have the inland communities. if you like it cool, head to the coastline. here's the east bay hills. mostly sunny skies to start your day. just a little bit of haze there. humidity levels are up just a tad. we've been watching just this very gentle tug-of-war between the ridge of high pressure to the east of us and the trough off our coastline. yesterday, the ridge won out and we warmed up. today and starting for the next day or two, we're going to have this moving our way. that will continue to bring us a cooling trend. so for today, it is going to be a minor one. i don't think we're going to see a whole lot in the way of cooling. maybe a degree or two in some
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cases. but by tomorrow, you should begin to notice. tuesday will be the coolest day. at this hour, waking up with low clouds inside the bay. and along the peninsula as well. inland cities waking up with mostly sunny skies. and the onshore breeze is slightly stronger. 24 miles per hour through fairfield. so, again, the subtle changes will equate to just a subtle cool-down for the afternoon. 59 in concord. 59 in oakland. mid 50's in napa. upper 50's to low 60's as you head to other areas. take a look. 77 for novato today. 79 for santa rosa. 7 9 for napa. 69 for richmond. east bay, 70 degrees for you. for the a's game, 79.
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we have upper 80's for areas like morgan hill. low 80's for los gatos. 79, santa clara. a nice day at the boardwalk in santa cruz for the afternoon. along the peninsula for today, beautiful weather. widespread 70's in the forecast. 78 for palo alto. 65 if you're headed to san francisco to spend the day there. the extended forecast, low 60's remaining at the coastline. partly cloudy skies for today. mostly sunny away from the coast. temperatures in the 70's around the bay. upper 80's to near 90's for our warmest locations. by tomorrow, the bigger change will come with temperatures dropping a few days at the very least, maybe even more than that for inland communities. 84 on tuesday. then we begin a warming trend by midweek, wednesday. new information surrounding nsa leaker edward snowden. the threat being leveled at the u.s. government by one of his friends. and being hail adhere row. how a 12-year-old boy was able
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reporter sunland miller in sanford, florida. >> reporter: after the verdict was read last night, immediately the ankle monitor bracelet on george zimmerman was removed, meaning he was free to go. where he goes next is still unknown. the jury has spoken. >> state of florida versus george zimmerman, verdict. we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty. >> reporter: not guilty of second-degree murder and not guilty of manslaughter for the shooting death of 17-year-old trayvon martin. zimmerman admitted he shot the unarmed teen that rainy night in sanford, florida, last year, but he claims he was acting in self-defense. >> and you have no further business with the court. >> reporter: after the trial ended, both sides offered their thoughts on the verdict. >> obviously we are ecstatic with the results. george zimmerman was never
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guilty of anything except protecting himself in self- defense. >> i am disappointed with the verdict, but we accept it. we live in a great country that has a great criminal justice system. >> reporter: some, who gathered at the courthouse to support the martin family, did not agree with the verdict. >> the whole system is corrupt! it's about money! the constitution do not protect all! >> reporter: protests in other cities were largely peaceful, although demonstrators in oakland vandalized a police car. meanwhile, back in sanford, freedom could be a relative term for george zimmerman. his family is concerned for his safety. >> he's a free man in the eyes of the court but he's going to be looking around his shoulder for the rest of his life. >> reporter: and trayvon martin's family was not in the court last night as the verdict was read, but they have responded over twitter. they say their hearts are broken but that their faith is not. mike, back to you.
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>> all right. thank you for that report, live from florida for us this morning. and for the latest on the zimmerman acquittal, you can go to ktvu.com and schik on the zimmerman tab. well, there is an ominous warning coming from the supporters of nsa leaker edward snowden. a friend of his, who writes for a british tabloid, warns that if something happens for snowden, it would turn into america's worst nightmare. the friend says snowden gave several people thousands of documents that could cause more harm to the u.s. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had. the documents allegedly show how the u.s. intercepted communications. nelson mandela may soon be released from the hospital. the former president of south africa has been hospitalized with a recurring lung infection. friends say he is on life support but in stable condition. mandela spend 27 years in prison before becoming south africa's first black president
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in 1994. he turns 95 on thursday. fans of the show "glee" are mourning the death of one of its stars. ♪ ♪ i know it's late ♪ i know you're weary ♪ >> yesterday, cory monteith was found dead in his vancouver hotel. police say the actor had gone out with friends the night before, but surveillance video shows him returning to his room alone. one of the firefighters killed in the arizona wildfire was remembered at a memorial service yesterday, an estimated 2,000 people gathered in riverside county to honor his life and sacrifice. 18 other firefighters were killed on june 30 fighting the wildfire just north of phoenix.
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friends say mckenzie had an infectious smile and loved the outdoors. in chicago, a 12-year-old boy is being called a hero for helping to save his family and neighbors from a fire. edwin looked out his kitchen window and saw that his back porch was on fire. he woke up his family and then went outside to tell his neighbors to get out of their homes. the seventh grader alerted more than 50 people about the fire, which quickly thread to four homes. >> people wake up, there's a fire here! and they all came out. >> this young man should be commended. to get people out of the structure, out of his own building, and then neighbors. that's an amazing young man. >> the boy says he knew what to do because of the fire safety tips he learned at school. firefighters do not know the cause of that fire and no one was hurt. a judge will soon decide whether the owners of the world trade center can try to get billions of dollars more in
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damages from airlines stemming from the 9/11 attack. the airlines were sued with the reasoning that they were negligent, allowing terrorists to board the planes. the world trade center owners have already received more than $4.9 billion in insurance pay by payouts but want the airlines to pay more money. do you have what it takes to be the next american idol? we'll tell you where and when you can audition, right here in the bay area. a cool-down is on the horizon. look at allllll that yummyness.
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well, for the first time, sailing fans got a chance to watch two of the america's cup teams compete on the san francisco bay. the team from new zealand took on the italian team. the two huge catamarans hit the starting line near the golden gate yacht club, then made their way through course at speeds well above 40 miles an hour. fans said they were happy to be a part of it all. >> we have an opportunity to be standing on land, being able to witness this. it's never happened before at the america's cup. i'm taking every opportunity to take in as much racing as we can. it is truly exciting! >> new zealand won that race by a wide margin. the next scheduled race is today. the next televised race is set for july 21. let's check with rosemary
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to see what it may be like around the northern part of san francisco there. >> a lot like yesterday. temperatures will be on the cool to mild side. and the onshore breeze will be blowing with a small craft advisory just inside the bay. giving you a look here at temperatures outside our doors right now, widespread 50's. we've got low 50's along the coastline. upper 50's for the east bay. north bay, a few low 60's already. inland communities dealing with the sunshine or shall i say enjoying the sunshine. by about 10:00, 50's at the coast. low 60's around the bay. upper 60's to near 70 degrees by 10:00 for inland areas, especially over parts of the east day. for the lunch hour, a few low 80's at livermore, antioch, concord, fairfield. and we'll have 60's along the coastline. 61 expected for pacifica as we put some numbers here on the screen for you. 65 today for san francisco.
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70 for oakland. 74, hayward. 80 in san jose. the farther inland you go, the warmer it's going to be. 89 for antioch. tuesday is going to be the coolest day. but our pattern will switch around once again on wednesday. 90 degrees in the forecast for the inland cities. temperatures will continue to warm as we get closer to the second half of the week or, i should say, through this second half of the week into the weekend. low 70's expected for wednesday. upper 70's on thursday. the next round of auditions for the next season of american idol are officially under way. the first round of auditions was thursday. salt lake city just one of seven cities on the audition
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tour. season 13 of american idol premieres next january. singers in the bay area will have their chance to audition for idol this coming tuesday at at&t park in san francisco. registration begins tomorrow. organizers are warning that if you wait until tuesday to register, you could actually lose your chance to compete. there will be no overnight camping allowed. so far, none of the show's winners have come from the bay area. time now, 8:27. getting across the bay area on a bike. the new program that's about to take effect and how you can join as early as tomorrow. plus, george zimmerman is a free man this morning. how the backlash of the decision is being felt right here in the bay area. it starts with something little, like taking a first step.
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george zimmerman is a free man this morning. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, july 14. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. there was violence following the zimmerman verdict. some of the worst of it right here in the bay area. some protesters yelled profanities, even shoved and hit a ktvu news crew. >> cut it out! cut it out! >> our news photographer was following the march in oakland when she was attacked. she says someone on a bicycle bumped into her and pushed away the camera. she suffered bruises and a black eye but is otherwise okay thanks to security, who stepped in. as demonstrators marched through downtown oakland, the
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rally for justice then turned violent. protesters set small fires to dumpsters. windows at several stores were smashed. businesses, including a sears store and the downtown offices of the oakland tribune, were damaged also. >> justice for trayvon martin! >> across the bay area, in san francisco, protesters marched down valencia street. organizers said they had been prepared in case of an acquittal. they made hundreds of picket signs declares that zimmerman was guilty. another demonstration is set for this afternoon. throughout mornings on 2, we are showing you some of the demonstrations across the nation following the decision. in chicago, people filtered through the streets to express their outrage. some demonstrators say they've lost faith in the justice system and have planned another rally to start in just 90 minutes. many residents of florida felt a connection to the trial that was held in sanford, florida. hundreds of people gathered on
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the steps of the florida capitol building in tallahassee. uniformed officers were there on hand to keep the peace. a student group known for nonviolence said it may be forced into civil disobedience. under florida's wrongful death act, trayvon martin's family can still file a civil suit against george zimmerman. it is still unclear if that is going to happen. after the verdict, zimmerman's attorneys said they were ecstatic. a jury of six women deliberated for about 15 hours over two days. they found george zimmerman not guilty on all charges in connection with the shooting death of trayvon martin. >> as happy as i am for george zimmerman, i'm thrilled that this jury kept this tragedy from becoming a travesty. >> now, we respect the jury's verdict. but really, what it boiled down to is a kid minding his own business, being followed by a
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stranger. that's not a theory. that's the facts. >> prosecutors say for them the case came down to which person was heard yelling for help on a neighbor's 911 call. they believed it was clear that martin was the victim. zimmerman's mother also testified that it was her son calling for help. many people gathered outside the courthouse, awaiting the decision. some were in tears when they heard the verdict. martin's mother, sybrina fulton, tweeted, lord, during my darkest hour, i lean on you. at the end of the day, god is still in control. thank you for all your prayers and support. for the latest on the zimmerman acquittal, go to ktvu.com and click on the zimmerman tab. all lanes on interstate 580 are open after a shooting shut down the freeway for several hours. police say a gunman shot into a car. the victim is said to be in stable condition.
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the incident shut down most of the interstate but 580 reopened just about three hours later. no arrests have been made. a landmark building in the north bay has been destroyed by fire. it started last night. now, the company sold animal and pet feed along with other supplies to backyard farmers. they are said to be the oldest business in that city. that fire started in some haystacks stored next to the building. no injuries have been reported. we've learned that robbery may not have been the motive for a deadly attack inside a store in the jewelry mart in san francisco. officers say barry white of antioch walked into the store with a gun and knife, killed two salespeople and seriously wounded the store's owner. police say white had visited the store at least once before.
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the exact motive is still under investigation. san francisco police are investigating a crash between a muni train and a van that left 19 people hurt. it happened about 1:00 yesterday afternoon on third and evans. a muni spokesman said a white van made a left turn, right in front of the train as it was slowing down to stop. one woman was on the muni with her baby when that crash happened. >> i had to cover my baby, so i had to hurry up and get up and cover her up so the glass wouldn't hit her. >> none of the injuries are life-threatening. police say the driver of the white van has been cooperating. the crash shut down muni's t line for a few hours but service has since been restored. take a look at the damage caused in the pacific heights neighborhood. a van used for the city's homeless outreach program slammed into several parked cars on california and baker streets yesterday morning. police say it appears the driver may have fallen asleep
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at the wheel. a sonoma county supervisor is out on bail, accused of trying to break into a woman's home in santa rosa. 32-year-olds efren carrillo was arrested. a woman said someone was trying to break into her bedroom window. when investigators got there, carrillo was wearing underwear and socks only. in november, the interior department refused to issue a permit that would have allowed the continuation of farming by the oyster company. a rally is going to be held at 2:30 tomorrow at the waterfront restaurant in san francisco. prices of gas are expected to go up in the next couple of weeks. the reason? some experts say unrest in egypt has cost the price of crude oil to rise. here in the bay area, here's what it looks like to fill up.
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in san francisco, $4.11. oakland, $3.96. in san jose, $3.94 to fill up. several bay area cities are gearing up for a new bike share program. the program is expected to get underway next month. it covers san francisco, redwood city, palo alto and san jose. eventually, there will be 70 bike stations with more than 700 bikes. member will cost you anywhere from $88 for an annual pass to $9 for a 24-hour pass. if it's been a little too warm for you, you might like where this forecast is headed. let's turn to rosemary for a check on when things are going to change. >> i think we'll start to see that transition a bit today. additional cooling for tomorrow. tuesday will be the coolest day. and outside our doors this morning, you may be seeing that change outside your door. we're waking up with low clouds in areas like oakland.
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our pattern begins to shift ever so subtly. we were warmer yesterday, with a ridge of high pressure nudging its way closer to the bay area. for today, we are going to see this system approach the coastline. and that transition will begin. so today, just a minor cool- down. a few degrees of cooling expected in many locations. monday, another drop. then tuesday, a slight cool- down. that's where we will bottom out. right now, we have clouds lined up along the coast. they have moved into the bay area, over parts of the north bay. looks like, from the southern end of napa, stretching into areas like richmond, over santa rosa and novato, sausalito. along the peninsula, down through sunnyvale. as we shift east, oakland, san leandro, hayward and all those small communities in between dealing with gray skies this
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morning. we'll have mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. the onshore breeze, a little stronger. fairfield reporting 24 miles per hour right now. yesterday it was 14 miles per hour. so, again, a little bit of cool pacific air moving through the delta. that is helping to bring temperatures down just a little bit. fairfield, 59 degrees outside your door right now, 3 degrees cooler than we were 24 hours ago. low 50's in san francisco. upper 50's in redwood city. for the afternoon, these temperatures a lot like yesterday. just a tad cooler in some areas. 79 for napa. 77, novato. 74, san rafael. for the east bay, upper 60's to low 70's. alameda, berkeley, san leandro. if you like it warmer, head inland. into the santa clara valley, 80's for san jose. love to point out that santa
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cruz is 74 degrees. mostly sunny. along the peninsula for today, a good-looking day. 79 for redwood city as well as palo alto, in the upper 70's. mid 60's for san francisco. if you plan on being a spectator out there along the waterfront. the extended forecast here, the cooling trend starts today. it will be a minor drop in most locations. a tad cooler on tuesday. and then we rebound with a warm- up expected by mid-week wednesday and it looks like it's going to go all the way into next weekend. i'll have your lunchtime numbers for you, coming up. 25 different charities are still waiting for a promised $1 million from napa's bottle rock festival. it was the largest event in napa's history with an estimated 120,000 people gathering at that expo. but in the weeks that followed, financial problems began to surface.
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charities are now still awaiting payments and three lawsuits have been filed against the event and its organizers. well, there may be new hope for baseball fans who hope to keep the a's in oakland. the port of oakland is settling a suit with a terminal operator. some people in oakland want to turn the 50-acre property known as the howard terminal into a new waterfront ballpark for the a's. developers say the project would also include housing, shops and restaurants. but the a's say the waterfront ballpark may be too expensive and are still looking at a possible move to san jose. a push to ease overcrowding at state prisons. why not everyone is quite on board. plus, we'll take a look at the first weekend in theaters. just how many people from the bay area have already turned out. and a live look outside. traffic looks pretty good right now but could get a little
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busier. the red sox and a's going today. time now, 8:41. you're watching mornings on 2. mary gonzales had a cold, she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor.
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she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy.
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[ dad ] jan? ♪ good morning. a partly cloudy start in san
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jose. 58 degrees. and calm winds. in international news this morning, the obama administration is trying to calm the volatility in egypt. the two-day visit underscores u.s. support for the egyptian people and an end to the violence and a transition to what the white house callings an inclusive democratically elected government. a woman has been seriously hurt during spain's last bull run of the year. the australian woman was struck by the bull as she clung to wooden barriers outside the bull ring entrance. records show only two other women in the history of the fiesta have been gored in the running of the bulls. four other runners were also hospitalized with cuts and bruises, one of them from california. friends of a 22-year-old road rage victim are hoping a
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growing reward will help find the people responsible for his death. on june 12, aya nakano was shot and killed during a minor fender bender turned into a deadly confrontation. last night, nakano's friends hosted a benefit. they are trying to raise more reward money for his case. >> i know it's tough. the odds are against us. however, with the help of the public, you know, i am hopeful that, you know, we will eventually get there. we will catch these monsters. >> so far, the reward in this case has raised $35,000. last night's fund-raiser raised at least $6,000. more show times have been added to accommodate the large crowds in oakland that have been lining up to see the new movie about oscar grant. the station opened on friday in seven theaters across the country. it brought in more than $127,000 on opening night.
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several screenings sold out. the movie is a dramatization of grant's last 24 hours before he was shot and killed by a bart police officer on new year's day in 2009. tomorrow, a vigil will be held for john caldwell, one of officer grant's best friends. caldwell was shot and killed two years ago. police are still searching for whoever killed the father of two. caldwell was with grant at the bart station when grant was shot and killed in 2009. the vigil will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 at the 76 gas station on tennyson road where caldwell was killed. despite pressure to ease prison overcrowding, governor brown says there are no plans to build new prisons. governor brown has said limited resources are better spent on education and rehabilitation. meanwhile, the hunger
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strike continues at more than 20 california prisons. the strike is a statement against inmates being held in solitary confinement at pelican bay state prison. seven inmates have required medical intervention as a result of the strike. smaller and fewer meals for their children. that is what some mothers are saying in the u.s. this weekend. congress is debating whether to cut $80 billion from the nutrition program. the federal government says the food stamps serve approximately one in seven americans, so mothers who work low-wage jobs say if the cuts are made, they will have to buy less food for their children. house leaders expect to vote on the food stamps in the next week or two. a bay area politician said there should be saturday voting whenever an election draws near. yee is hoping to improve low
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voter turnout for local elections. the senator says he's running for secretary of state next year. who is able to settle in the u.s.? an idea is being considered by the u.s. senate right now. the immigration bill has a ranking system that takes into account how well prospective immigrants speak english and how well they're educated. it is a 100-point scale. under the bill, the ranking system would begin in 2018. a state insurance commissioner says california's new health care exchange system could open people up to fraud. the program starts in october as part of the affordable care act. they say workers will have access to people's personal financial information. they say they have made consumer safety a top priority.
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a initiative is being funded by the california hiv research program that will give youth access to sexual health services. studies have shown truvada reduces hiv. president obama will host former president george h. w. bush and his wife barbara in the points of life volunteer project. tomorrow's event honors the winner of the 5,000 daily point of life award. everyone awaits the arrival of the royal baby. every day that goes by brings more and more reporters to the hospital where that birth is expected to take place. yesterday, prince william attended a charity polo match. today, he plans on attending
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another game. now, when the baby is born, a piece of paper will be posted at buckingham palace. a tweet will be sent out. and the media will also get notification. getting into san francisco's exploratorium for free. the new program in effect and how it is designed to promote education. a cool-down is coming to the bay area. we'll start off by shaving off a few degrees. i'll have a look at your numbers, coming up.
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bart labor negotiations are expected to continue tomorrow. the workers are threatening to strike again if a deal is not reached by the time their contract extension expires next month. the nearly week-long strike two weeks ago cost the bay area's economy an estimated $70 million a day in lost productivity. more wedding licenses are being issued now that gay couples can legally get married. in contra costa, back on monday, june 3, the county clerk's office gave out 33 licenses. then on monday, july 1, several days after the supreme court's ruling, the county issued 64 licenses. so far this month, there have been 260 marriage licenses approved in the county. the prop 8 ruling is cited as a big reason. visitors to this year's california state fair say they're noticing more police officers than normal.
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yesterday, more than 100 police officers were patrolling the grounds in sacramento. cal expo has also added more surveillance cameras. workers say on a busy day, the fair can attract about 50,000 people or more. the exploratorium in san francisco has announced it's going to offer free admission to thousands of public school teachers. it is part of the free admission program. the museum says it's part of an ongoing effort to support education in the bay area. teachers are get their free vouchers by visiting the exploratorium's website. meanwhile, napa county is going to get nearly $1 million in state funds to retrofit its schools. that funding became available after prop 39 passed last november. charter schools were awarded separately. coming up on the 9:00 hour,
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let's check in with rosemary to see how sunday is looking. >> we have another nice day in store for you. temperatures will drop off just a few degrees in most cases. afternoon highs still feeling pretty warm inland. but you may notice a difference for the afternoon. right now, we have 50's for most everyone. along the coast, around the bay. antioch, you're waking up with mid 60's. low 60's especially for the inland communities. partly to mostly cloudy skies along the bay, along the coastline. as we get through the 10:00 hour, temperatures begin to warm, feeling pretty good. away from the coastline, we will be cloudy and still in the 50's. but around the bay, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. 64 in oakland as well as fremont. inland communities, upper 60's to 70's by 10:00. for your lunch hour, upper 50's around the coast. right around 80 degrees for the warmest spots. afternoon highs for today, 70 expected in oakland.
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if you're going to see the a's play, 78 for fremont. along the peninsula, a gorgeous one. 76 in mountain view. to the north, 79 for santa rosa as well as napa. these numbers similar to yesterday. we're waking up with the low clouds. those low clouds help to offset the cooling, so we actually started off a tad warmer. but now that the sun has been shining, without that sunshine, we are now slightly cooler. that in addition that an onshore breeze blowing through the delta. low 60's at the coast. temperatures torrential will continue to fall. mid 80's expected inland. then a tad cooler on tuesday. around the bay, low 70's in the forecast. we do have a warming trend by mid-week, wednesday, lasting into early weekend. back to you. well, a team of middle-aged
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comedians have overtaken a team of futuristic giant robots at the box office. >> put your hands in the air and wave them like you just don't care! >> "grown-ups 2" stars actors adam sandler, david spade, kevin james and kris rock. it is estimated to bring in a weekend total of $46 million. "pacific rim" is third behind the very strong "despicable me 2". developing news. the search intensifies this morning for a missing toddler, where police are looking for signs of the little girl right now. and demonstrations over the zimmerman verdict turn violent in oakland overnight. we do have complete coverage on protests on both sides of the bay. it starts with something little, like taking a first step.
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we are on the scene of new search for missing toddler where oakland police are searching for her now. >> we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> as watch over the george zimmerman anger is protesters who cannot believe what the jury decided and have decided to act out. there was chaos in oakland over night as dozens of protesters broke glass in the name of trayvon martin. more on the damage done and
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reaction to the vandalism. >> it's a no hitter. >> lincecum sets it aside for a performance so brilliant it will go down in history. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning, everyone. welcome to amongings on 2. >> we're going to head on over to rosemary, let's go for a check on how our sunday is shaping up. >> good morning, another beautiful day around the bay area waking up with clouds along the coastline have slipped into the bay, so gray skies in and across areas as well as north bay down into parts. temperatures similarly to slightly cooler than 24 hours ago and i think that's a change we'll see as well. just going to see a tad of cool down for afternoon highs. the cooling turn is going to continue, i'll have a look at what you can expect for today and how low i expect it will go
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coming up. there is new search at the hour for missing oakland toddler. she was the subject of an amber alert last week. ktvu alex savage just arriving at the scene working on establishing a signal. i know we do have you by phone, what can you tell us is happening right now. >> reporter: we have a search that's underway here. it's one of the east bay original parks and right now we have search teams from alameda county. total of about 30 searchers. right now we're spanning out across the wooded area searching obviously for any signs of diaphany web, the missing 21 month old who went missing last wednesday. her father claims that she was kidnapped while he was inside of a liquor store. so there are searchers going through this area. they have search dogs. i'm also told by lieutenant on the scene that there are cadaver dogs as well that are in this area searching. i just talked to the lieutenant and got an update on what
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exactly is taking place. i asked him what led him to this area. they have specific information that she's possibly in this area. this is one of the areas where she and her father would come for walks. and so this is just covering their basis in this investigation, covering their basis and trying to search any possible area where she may be. this search began at about 7:30 this morning it will continue at some time command post set up here and searcherrings are searching for any sign of this missing toddler who went missing last week in oakland. >> alex, we know you're working on establishing a shot out there we just pulled up. we appreciate the new information you've told us that she's possibly there in that location. as soon as you get that shot up we'll check back in with you for an update live in oakland on the search for diaphany web. >> and also developing this morning the aftermath of protests over the acquittal of george zimmerman.
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>> we, the jury, find george zimmerman not guilty so say we all foreperson. >> well, zimmerman shook hands with his attorneys as you can see right there after the jury cleared with all charges in connection with the shooting death of florida teenager trayvon martin. the jury was made up of 6 women they deliberated for 16 hours before acquitting him. the verdict immediately sparked protests nationwide, including here in the bay area. and some of the words of violence during those protests happened in oakland. there you see just some of it, demonstrators madged through the downtown area and rally for justice turned unruly. they vandalized the bus stop. they set fire to dumpsters, windows and several stores were also smashed. businesses included a sears store and downtown office of oakland tribune. >> it's not the people that really have true emotion behind
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it, so, it's people that just want to rage out against anything and everything and using this as an excuse to be destructive. >> now, police told us they did not make any arrests merchants say they're angry that no one was taken into custody. across bay another demonstration is planned for this afternoon. >> last night protesters marched down the street in the city's mission district they had been prepared in case of an acquittal. they made hundreds of pickets that say the justice discriminates against minorities. >> that's why we're here to say that trayvon martin dereceivers justice -- deserves justice. >> they had patrol cars and vans following demonstrators, officers say the rally was peaceful. set forth at 4:00 this afternoon at the intersection of market and powell. >> and we want justice.
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>> what do we want justice. >> message was the same in los angeles demonstrators gathered to protest the verdict. as precaution they issued a city wide tactical alert. police did not respond to low priority calls but the demonstration upon peaceful. trayvon martin killing was not a matter of black and white but rather an issue of right and wrong. we will have a live report on the verdict from sanford, florida coming up at 9:30. new this morning police are looking for the person who shot and killed a teenager in east san jose. it happened around 1:00 this morning. officers respond to a party and found a 17-year-old boy inside a car with a single gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital where police say he later died. anyone with information of the shooting is asked to call police. >> all lanes on interstate 580 and oakland are back open after shooting shutdown freeway for several hours. police say a gunman shot into a car near the seminary avenue
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exit and injured one person. the victim was transported to the hospital and said to be in stable condition. the incident shutdown most of the interstate near seminary but 580 re-opened just about 3 hours later. so far no arrests have been made. >> happening now, there is a strike at oakland international airport. a group of nonunion fast food workers are picketing inside and outside the airport. they are being joined by union groups. this is a one day strike and is meant to raise attention of about what they call unfair labor practices by subcontractors. some workers have been fired for speaking up. we have not yet received a response from those vendors. >> now to our continuing coverage from the airline flight 214 crash. they're touched by the out pouring of support. more than 100 people attended a memorial yesterday just across
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from sfo while a buddhist foundation organized the event. others also took part in a show solvence darety. and the parents of 16-year-old yenung and the father surprised everyone by joining that ceremony. and then through a friend and translator offered their thanks. >> due to the loss of their daughters, they're unable to share with us today, so they had their friend to express this gratitude with us. >> organizers of the memorial say they wanted to show the family how many people in the bay area truly care about them. >> san francisco giants picture took the mound and threw in absolute jab. >> 29-year-old pitch against the san diego padres.
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it is the first of his career in the 15th no hitter in team history, lincecum absolutely brilliant striking out 13 while tossing a career high 148 pitches. let's give him credit for pub list fielder hunter who made a diving catch to keep that no hitter intact. >> that was pretty much speechless. i don't know where to be right now, in my head just kind of way things have been going, but, you know, just thank you for the big place, big offensive out put that we had. >> that's right, giants offense had another big night but 9 runs in the win. he have two cy youngs and no hitter. ace pitcher aj griffin also in fine form last night. he tossed eight shut out innings as the first place as won 3-0 oakland got on the board in the fifth one captured derrick not this play at home run that went 387 feet. the ace keep on winning in the
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west. they got a one game league in that division. more than 36,000 fans attended that game it was josh reddick jersey night in part. >> it's -- golden gate bridge low clouds have moved in and across the bay. we have mostly cloudy skies over the north bay, eastbound, san jose partly cloudy. mostly sunny. we continue to be parts between that ridge of high pressure to the east f us so low to the west. in the coming days this low is going to be moving closely, that is going to lead to a cool down. we'll start with today but temperatures cooling just a few degrees in some cases take a look at the low clouds and managed to move back into the bay area. on shore breeze a little bit stronger through the delta. about 24 miles per hour. fair field reporting 22 miles per hour. yesterday at this hour fair field you're about 14 miles per hour. so a decent on shore breeze flowing and temperatures are slightly cooler as well in areas like fair field.
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64, 63 in concord around the bay. the winds are generally light because of the cloud cover we're a few degrees cooler. 57 as you get outside and maybe headed to jacqueline square. afternoon highs for today, pretty, good around the region. temperatures will be slightly cooler in most cases than yesterday. upper 70s to low 80s closer to the water upper 60s to low 70. you're checking about 68 for the afternoon. 69 alameda. 70 degrees for oakland for the afternoon. 90 degrees near the inland east bay. the south bay. 79 santa clara as we head towards the peninsula. 79 redwood city. 78 for palo alto. mid-60s. low 60s with partly cloudy skies expected for the coast. your extended forecast so, again, just getting started additional cooling expected for tomorrow, tuesday will be the coolest day and then we'll rebound with a warm up by midweek wednesday and it will
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go into your weekend. back to you. >> well, fans of hit fox show glee get a sudden shock with news of actor cory, new details from the deputy police chief in vancouver where his body was found. >> more indepth coverage of the george zimmerman not guilty guilty verdict. why the head of the naacp says this case is far from over. look at 'em.
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we know there will be civil almost assuredly and then there will be a federal civil rights phase. we're putting our faith in that system. >> in order for federal charges to be brought against zimmerman. justice department would need to prove that a hate crime was committed. throughout mornings on 2 we've been showing you some of the demonstrations following the zimmerman decision. filtered through the street to express their outrage some say they have lost faith in the justice system and as planned another rally to start in just about an hour.
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many residents tell the connection to the trial that was held in sanford florida. hundreds of people gathered on the steps of florida capitol building in tallahassee. many were about the same age as trayvon martin. uniformed officers were on hand there to keep the piece. known for nonviolence said it may be forced into civil disobedience. >> fans of the glee are mourning the death of one of the show stars. >> i know it's faith. i know you're weary. >> yesterday 31-year-old cory was found dead in his hotel room. vancouver police say the actor had gone out with friend the night before. surveillance shows him returning to his room alone. there are no signs of foul play. >> when he missed his check out time staff went to the room at noon and found his body. >> they have released statements expressing their grief. he had been dating his costar.
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he had been in rehab for substance abuse problems. an autopsy is scheduled for form. one of the wild fighters were remembered in his hometown in southern california on the far right of this picture here is 30-year-old chris mckenzie. yesterday an estimated 2000 people gathered at the am fee theater to honor his life and sacrifice. 18 other firefighters were killed on june 30th fighting a wild fire just north of phoenix. friend say mckenzie had a smile and loved the outdoors. a judge is going to soon decide whether the owners of the world trade center can try to get billions of dollars damages stem frog the 9/11 attack. it starts tomorrow and is expected to last 3 days. airlines were sued with the reasoning that they were negligent allowing terrorists to board the plane. they have received $1.9 billion in insurance pay outs but want the airlines to pay more money.
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the airlines say they should not have to pay because the owners have already been reimbursed. there is an ominous warning coming from a support eric, a friend of his who rights for british tabloids if something happens it will turn into america's nightmare. he gave several people thousands of documents that could "cause more harm to the u.s. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had" he said details intercepted communications throughout latin america by going through a telephone company. nelson mandela may soon be released to allowed to recuperate at home. the former president has been hospitalized for more than 5 weeks with a lung infection. friends who visited him say he's in stable condition. mandela spent 27-years in prison before becoming the first black president in 1994. he turns t 5 on thursday. no winners in last night's
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power ball jackpot drawing and that means the top prize is going to reach an estimated $116 million. lucky -- or unlicky last numbers were 2, 8, 22, 35, 37 and power ball number was 6. tickets sold in so the person who bought that will win a million bucks. >> not bad. >> i'll take it. >> there goes the coupon shocking but the drake stay moisture company faces details on what could be the last chance to stay in business. >> outside our door is partly to mostly cloudy skies and temperatures slightly cooler. i'll have an expect for your afternoon coming up.
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>> a deadly that killed at least two people and forced thousands of evacuations is
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starting to weaken. this morning the typhoon was downgraded to top corral storm after moving inland. it did make land fall yesterday afternoon with 74-mile per hour winds. more than 300,000 people have evacuated their homes, at least 100 people have been hurt. for the first time sailing fans got a chance to watch two of the america's cup teams compete on the san francisco bay. the team from new zealand took on the team. the two huge -- two foot long hit that starting line which was actually near the yacht club and they made their way well above 40 miles per hour. fans call that race historic and said they were happy to be part of it all. >> they're the best crews in the world. we have an opportunity to be standing on land and being able to witness this. it's never happened before as america's cup and i'm taking every opportunity to take in as much racing as we can and it's really exciting. >> well, new zealand won that race to buy -- by a wide
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margin. we're getting started. the next scheduled race, the nextel vised race is set for sunday july 21st. >> oyster company is hosting a rally to help their fight to stay open. last november the department refused to issue a permit that would have allowed them to continue farming. the owners of the farm say the decision has shutdown their company was based on false environmental impact study. the event will be tomorrow around 2:30 in the afternoon at the waterfront restaurant and cafe in san francisco. get ready to pay more for gas, prices expected to go up about 15 cents a gallon in the next couple of weeks, the reason, some experts say unrest in egypt has caused the price in crude oil to rise. the average is about $4 a gallon for a gallon of regular unleaded. here is what it looks like to fill up right now $4.11. oakland $3.96 and $3.94 in san jose. >> the next round of auditions for the next season of american idol are officially underway.
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>> the popular fox talent show held first round of auditions on thursday salt lake city just one of 7 cities on the audition tour. participants who pass this round will have to perform in the front of the celebrity judges for a chance to go to hollywood. appears next at january. here singers here are going to get their chance to audition for american idol this coming tuesday at at&t park. registration begins tomorrow and organizers are warning idol hopeful if you wait until tuesday you might lose your chance because they may run out of space. there is not going to be any over night camping allowed inside or outside the ballpark. so far it's probably about time, you think? >> i think it is time. i think it's time you get in there. we will have a winner once you audition. >> not if i audition. i will say when i've covered that out at at&t park it's been
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freezing. they stand out there for hours. rosemary they could use a little bit of warm up judging from your forecast they may not get it. >> it's always safe to have that jacket handy. that's what we'll need again for today if you're going to the coast and going to be hanging out in san francisco for the afternoon. we've got got cool to mild conditions we do begin a path to cooler weather. for the afternoon today, oakland as game time 105, 68 degrees partly cloudy skies with the northwesterly breeze about 15 miles an hour, a great afternoon for a ball game. 70 degrees expected for the second half of the day or warmest part of the day for oakland. meanwhile the rest of us looking at temperatures like this around the bay at this hour. for the inland community where we have mostly sunny skies. by 10:00 upper 50s to low to mid-60s from the coast to bay and inland communities right about 69 degrees for the lunch hour nice and warm already for inland cities around the bay,
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upper 60s, upper 50s at the coast. i expect we'll begin to see the low clouds retreat in the next hour to hour and a half. extended cast, mostly sunny, 76 for napa. 74 -- mid-60s san francisco. colliding along the peninsula. into the south bay 80 degrees for you san jose. the extended forecast there's that cooling trend again starting today a bigger drop tomorrow. the coolest day on tuesday and then we're warming it back as ridge of high pressure moves back in and drives those temperatures back into the 90s by wednesday and thursday looks like it will be a trend we see into the weekend, back to you. >> 9:26. demonstrators take to the streets on both sides of the bay as the jury frees a man who killed trayvon martin. we have team coverage here and in florida. >> with dramatic trial and now it's come to dramatic conclusion. and i'll have the latest on the george zimmerman verdict live from sanford florida coming up. this morning crews are
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cleaning up downtown oakland after protesters of the verdict damaged buildings and started fires more on the destructive demonstration straight ahead. 5ñ
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verdict george zimmerman trial and seeking what they
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call justice for stray vonn martin. welcome back. >> and i'm claude y. the zimmerman verdict sparked protests across the country. protesters say they can't understand how an armed neighborhood watch volunteer could have justifiably shot and killed an unarmed 17-year-old as he walked down a street in sanford florida last february. zimmerman claims he shot martin only after the two became locked in a confrontation and claims martin beat his head. some argue martin was racially profiled. reporters is live now in sanford this morning with reaction to the verdict. >> you've seen their voices to remember trayvon martin demonstrators disa pointed by the acquittal took to the streets in several cities. although the rallies were
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largely peaceful, property damage including a car was reported and naacp wants a federal civil rights lawsuit against the neighborhood watchmen. >> his comments of these punks always get away. the comments by a young black boy in that neighborhood felt like he zeroed him out. it gives people concern. >> the department of justice have an ongoing investigation of the trayvon martin case, this was the scene saturday night inside the courtroom in sanford florida. >> state of florida versus george zimmerman, verdict, we the jury find george zimmerman not guilty. >> zimmerman was found not guilty of second degree murder and lesser charge of manslaughter. ultimately the prosecution was not able to meet its burden of proof that the neighborhood watchman had committed a homicide against 17-year-old who was returning home after buying snacks. saying zimmerman is a freeman could be a misnomer if you ask
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his family. >> there are groups, there are people would want to take the law into their own hand as they perceive it. >> we have spoken to some members of the martin family and they described their emotions about the verdict as sad, devastated and confused. back to you. >> all right. thanks. 9:31 protest is set for 4:00 this afternoon at market and powell in san francisco following this demonstration against the verdict in the mission district. hundreds of protesters were scene and heard marching down the streets last night. their protest was largely peaceful. the protests in oakland, however was more problematic. they also set fires to dumpsters, windows at several
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stores. downtown offices of the oakland tribune. >> people that want torrential out against anything and everything and using it. >> merchants told us they were angry at police for not making any arrests. shortly after martin's mother posted this message on twitter. lord during my darkest hour i lean on you, you are all that i have at the end of the day god is still in control. thank you for all your prayers and support. walked into the store with a gun and a knife, killed two sales women and then seriously wounded the store's owner. police say white shot at officers before being arrested near the store on brandon
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street. the victims have been identified as 35-year-old of san francisco and 51-year-old lean na lynn of deadly city. he had visited the store at least once before the exact motive is still under investigation. it happened around 1:00 yesterday afternoon on third street and evans avenue. a white van made a left town right in front of the turn as it was slowing down to stop. >> i have to cover my baby i have to hurry and get up so the glass wouldn't hit her. >> none of the injuries are life threatening the driver has been corroborating. take a look at the damage caused by this. a van that's used for the city's homeless out rich program
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. it started last night at the business the companies sales animal and pet feed along with other supplies at backyard farmers. he's set to be the oldest business in that city. according to the santa rosa democrat the fire started in hay stack store next to the building. no injuries have been reported. >> saw know ma county supervisor is on bail accused of trying to break into a woman's home. 32-year-old was arrested early yesterday morning. a woman called police saying someone was trying to enter her house through her bedroom window. when officers got there they say she was walking towards them wearing only underwear, socks and holing a cell phone. the woman told detective she knew him only by seeing him around the neighborhood. >> several bay area cities are gearing up for new bike share program and tomorrow you have
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the chance to get a jump start and buy your membership. the program is expected to get underway next month. redwood city, palo alto and san jose. eventually there will be 70 bike stations and more than 700 bikes. membership will cost you anywhere from $88 for annual pass and $9 for 24 hour pass. >> a slight cool down is in store for some of us for today giving you a live look there into alameda. if you're going out to the ceo, partly cloudy skies and temperatures will be on the mild side. so yesterday the ridge of high pressure coming into closer to the bay and as expected our temperatures warmed by a few degrees and several degrees in some cases. for today a slight little cool down as that low off the coastline begins to impact our weather. so for today temperatures will fall just a few degrees in most cases by monday a bigger drop expected for especially the inland communities.
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now the marine layer has allowed the low clouds to develop and move into and across the bay we are waking up mostly gray and some areas where we were mostly sunny because of that temperatures are slightly cooler in some areas around the bay. few degrees cooler outside your door than we were 24 hours ago. you can see how it's into the valley crossing over to areas like rocket, these are going to burn off. in fact i'm beginning to see that layer begin to thin out just a bit. you may be able to pick it up if you've been watching this morning. redwood city, sunnyville up and down the peninsula as i shift into the east bay we have it here, down into hayward across into fremont and get into the inland east bay and you're waking up once again this morning and your temperatures are beginning to warm. in addition to low clouds, the on shore breeze is a little bit stronger, 22 miles per hour yesterday out tracking the window about 14 miles per hour. so it is a bit stronger, chicago reporting winds about 25 so that cool moist on shore
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breeze up pulling through parts of delta. and temperatures are a few degrees cooler in your neighborhood and i'll expect we'll see that trend for the afternoon. >> temperatures going to fill pretty good. upper 80s to 90s let's take a look at what's happening right now. 67 walnut creek. upper 50s around oakland, 68 degrees, 50s in the north bay with mostly cloudy skies and partly concludey skies in napa looks like mostly cloudy skies. for the afternoon today just shaving off a few degrees from yesterday. 76 -- 68 south, some of us may not notice so much. some may feel the difference oakland for the afternoon. 88 for pleasant ton. 90 degrees for brentwood shifting south just a little bit. 87 for morgan hill. 74 at the boardwalk for the afternoon there. 79 redwood city. 79 wood side. 70 degrees in san bruno and
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you're looking at low 70s, how about 65 degrees this afternoon for san francisco. the extended forecast will be cooler over the next few days starting with today, tomorrow the bigger draw. tuesday we bought them out. low 80s in the forecast for inland cities about 70 degrees around the bay. low 60s expected for the coastline. ridge of high pressure build back in and we warm back up. for inland cities wednesday, thursday, and this warmer trend looks like it could carry all the way into the weekend back to the desk. george zimmerman is a freeman. the backlash from that jury's decision and the attack on one of our own journalist. >> plus the story of oscar grant now in select theaters. did people actually show up to watch the movie. >> at first let's take you outside there's the gray rolling on through fremont this morning. it looks great going through there, still a little gray but the sun is on its way. no major traffic problems to report for you. it's 9:39. you're watching mornings on 2.
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register at alz.org >> welcome back, a live look there, state point this morning at temperatures ranging in the 60s. now to coverage of mass protest following the george zimmerman not guilty verdict, a ktvu photo journalist came under attack last night in oakland. >> don't worry about that camera. >> cut it off. cut it off. >> our photographer was following the march when protesters started attacking her. she said? someone on a bicycle bumped right into her and pushed the camera away and she says that as a group of four men with their faces covered continued to threaten other people who were walking by and cheering. she suffered bruises and black eye and otherwise okay thanks
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to security who stepped? friends of 22-year-old road rage victim are hoping a growing reward will help find the people responsible for his death on june 12th. he was shot and killed after a minor fender bender turned into deadly confrontation. last night his friends hosted a memorial benefit in san francisco. they are trying to raise more reward money for his case. >> i know it's tough the odds are against us, however, with the help of the public, you know, i am hopeful that we will eventually get there. we will catch these monsters. >> so far the reward in this case has reached $35,000 last night's fund-raiser raised at least $6,000. times have been added to accommodate the large crowds that have been lining up to see the new movie about oscar grant. >> open friday and 7 theaters
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across the country. it brought in more than $137,000 on opening night. several screenings sold out. the movie is a dramatization at the last 24 hours before he was shot and killed by a barton police officer on new year's day in 2009. it opens nationwide on july 26 july 26th. and tomorrow a vigil will be held for john who was one of oscar grant's best friend. the 25-year-old caldwell was shot and killed 2 years ago while sitting in a car at hayward gas station. police are still searching for whoever killed the father of 2. he was with grant at the bart station when grant was shot and killed in 2009. he was also the god father to grant's young father. the vigil will be held tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 at the 76 gas station. brook hollow well was killed. >> despite pressure to ease over crowding governor brown says there are no plans to build new prisons according to sacramento. california has built one traditional since 1997 that was in county back in 2005.
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governor brown has said limited resources are spent on education and rehabilitation. meanwhile the hunger strike continues in more than 20 california prisons since yesterday more than 63 inmates still refuse to eat. the strike is statement against inmates being held in solitary confinement at the prison. los angeles times report 7 inmates have required medical intervention as as a result of the strike. there to's no word of the condition of those inmates. a politician said there should be saturday voting whenever an election draws near. he's backing a bill that would give voter chance to vote on a saturday before the election. he's hoping to improve low turn outs for local elections. the senator says he's going to run for secretary of state next year. the state's insurance commissioners california new health care exchange system could open people up to fraud. covered california program starts in october as part of the federal government
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affordable care act. enrollment counselors will have to have access to people's personal and financial information, but the state's insurance commission says there's no plan for investigating fraud complaints. the cover of california spokesman says the exchange has made consumer safety a top priority. smaller and fewer meals for their children, that is what some mothers are saying in the u.s. this weekend. congress is debating whether to cut $80 billion in the program. the federal government says those food stamps are about approximately 1 in 7 americans. some mothers if the cuts are made they'll have to buy less food for their children. they expect to vote on the food stamps this month. immigrants could soon be ranked in order to decide who is able to settle in the u.s. the idea is being considered by the u.s. bill right now. they have a ranking system that takes into account well perspective immigrants speak english and how well they're
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educated. it is 100 point scale that will factor in work experience. under the bill the ranking system would begin in 2018. president obama welcomes the former president of the white house tomorrow. he'll host former president george h.w bush and his wife. the elder bush formed points of life volunteer project. they call the project the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. tomorrow's event honors the winner of 5,000 daily point of light award. and international news this morning the obama administration is trying to calm the volatility in egypt. the no. 2 diplomat is headed to choir row today to meet with that country's interim government. 2 days visit under scores the support for egyptian people at an end to the violence and transition to what the white house calls selected civilian government. the egyptian military forced the military after country wide demonstrations. a woman has been seriously hurt during spain's last bull
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run of the year. the 23-year-old woman is undergoing surgery. authorities say she was struck by the bull as she clung to woodenned barriers just outside the bull ring interest. two other women in the history have been gored in the running of the bulls four other runners were hospitalized with cuts and bruises one of them from california. count down begins as everyone is waiting for the arrival of the royal baby and every day that goes by brings more and more reporters to that hospital with that birth is expected to take place. yesterday prince william attended a charity polo match despite many reports that said it was her official due state. today he is going to another game. now when the baby is born a piece of paper is going to be posted a tweet will be sent out and the media is going to get notification. some of america's fastest inline speed skaters are racing in the napa valley inline marathon and half marathon today of silverado trail will
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be closed from 7:00 to 10:00 this morning it closes and continues. skaters will roll southbound along silverado trail. takes these adventure seekers on at least 280-degree turns. one lap is -- two laps are 26.2 miles. there is new search at this hour for missing oakland toddler diaphany. she was the subject of amber alert last week. ktvu alex joining us live for us this morning to tell us more about this expanded search, alex. >> reporter: it is quite a large search that is underway this morning. for that missing toddler, it's actually happening at several locations right now, including a regional preserve area here in the oakland hills not far from where we are right now. we want to show you some video from that command post we just left that area a short time ago and it's set up at nearby leona canyon preserve. that's where 30 volunteer searchers are scowerring the
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trails and wooded areas there. there -- they're from alameda county they're using both search dogs. this is all part of the investigation into the disappearance of 21 month old diaphany web. her father told oakland police that she was abducted from his car while he went inside a store earlier this week. now, i was talking with the lieutenant here on scene he told me the reason they are focused on this park today or part of the reason because diaphany and her father would typically go take walks on some of the trails and he talked about why the search was focused here today. >> reporter: you know, we're trying to support and continue looking as many spots as we. and so, you know, we're going to continue putting that forward and trying to get as much we can as anyone who might see or know something. >> reporter: at the same time a teen right now is also -- team
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is searching near the apartment where she lived with her father not far away from leona canyon preserve. at the same time they have officers back at the original crime scene in this case and that would be the store on 78 78th and international where she disappeared this past wednesday. those officers are in that area canvassing and searching for more witnesses. her father -- his path -- her father was arrested but the district attorney declined to prosecute him. web has told us that he had nothing to do with his daughter's disappearance. oakland police tell me this search will continue here in the hills and at that original scene near the store on international boulevard throughout the day today. live this morning in oakland, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a woman is now facing child endangerment charges after police say she abandoned her one-year-old son. police released this still photo from surveillance video. they say the video shows woman
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pushing a stroller into bathroom and then walking away. 22-year-old was arrested after someone recognized her from the still photo. police say the child was left alone for about 1 hour but was not hurt. san francisco attraction is letting some people in for free. we're going to it will you about the new program in effect and the reason behind the move. slight cool down is going on for what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. look at 'em.
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the workers are threatening to strike again if a deal is not reached by the time their extension expired next month. the nearly week long strike a week ago cost them $70 million a day in lost productivity. the unison says another strike could last longer. wedding licenses are being issued now that gay couples can
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get married. back on monday june 3rd, county clerk's office gave out 33 licenses on monday july 1st july 1st several days after the supreme court's ruling they gave out 64. so far this month there have been 264 license approved in the county and the prop 8 ruling is site -- cited as a big reason. visitors this year say they're going to see more police officers than normal. yesterday more than 100 officers were patrolling the grounds in sacramento. cal expo has added more cameras. workers say on a busy day that fair can attract about 50,000 people or more. exploratory crumb has announced it is going to offer free admission to thousands of public schoolteachers during the next 2 years. it's part of the free admission program. the museum it's part of an on going effort to support education in the bay area and teachers can get their free vetcher -- vouchers by visiting the web site. napa county is going to get a million dollars to retrofit its public schools.
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now the goal is to save energy, create jobs and improve school conditions. the funding became available after prop 39 past. charges school within the napa valley school district or 39 funds. in total the proposition allotted $450 million to california public school districts. well, a team of middle age comedians have over taken a team of giant robots at the box office. >> and wave them like you just don't care. >> grown ups 2 stars actors adam sandler, david space, kevin james and chris rock. and it's estimated to bring in total of $46 million. the movie pacific rim estimated to bring in $37 million that would make it third behind the very strongish call me too. >> no movie for me too. >> it is time to get outside. looks like good one. >> it's going to be gorgeous
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day. if you inland and you don't like the heat maybe a movie theater with ac blowing on you is what you're looking for. at this hour temperatures remain in the 50s some of our cities with that sunshine over you in the 60s already by about 10:00 or so as we get into the next hour. for your lunch hour 59 at the coast, around the bay, 60s mid to upper 60s mid-70s to about l 0 degrees for your lunchtime. afternoon highs for today, 70 degrees in oakland if you're born to watch the as play. a great day to be out there doing tailgating, nice day not going to be too warm. 76, along the peninsula 70s in store for you. inland communities upper 80s to low 90s once again we're going to shea off a few degrees from yesterday's highs, 79% or rather 89 for antioch. upper 80 as well as -- we're going to begin to cool down today. it will be a few degrees back
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to work on monday, temperatures will be cooler for the afternoon, mid-80s in the forecast for inland cities. low 70s expected at the coast little change, for about tuesday. looks to be the coolest day we begin to warm back up as we get into midweek wednesday and beyond. >> all right. beautiful. thank you rosemary. as a report for this morning be sure to join ktvu2 for next newscast at 5:00. >> of course we're always here for you. we leave you now with a shot from our roof top. here is the oakland coliseum. have a great sunday everyone. thanks for joining us. rent? tress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you wanted a firm bed you can lie on one of those. we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. oh, yeah! once you experience it, there's no going back. don't miss the final days of our summer closeout, for the biggest savings on all sleep number memory foam and iseries bed sets. only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. sleep number. comfort individualized.
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i'm chris wallace. today, a jury finds george zimmerman not guiltny the death of trayvon martin. we'll get the latest from sanford, florida. plus, just when it looked like congress couldn't get any more divided, it does. on immigration, house republicans reject bipartisan plans passed by the senate. >> the house is going to do its own job on developing an immigration bill. >> why don't we just get about the business of doing a bill? on obamacare, criticism of the president delaying part of health care

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