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. beefing up patrols in oakland. why more officers will be out on the street today, and the new plan to help crack down on violent crime. >> and a new issue arising in the ongoing negotiations to avoid another bart strike. we'll tell you about the conflict of interest accusations threatening to derail talks. >> and the search for a missing toddler continues in oakland this morning. the new effort from the girl's family in hopes of bringing her to safety.
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. good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2, saturday, july 27th. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning. i'm maureen naylor. claudine is off this morning. rosemary is here and you have a cooling for us! >> yes, a cooling into the weekend. this morning, starting out similar to yesterday. gray skies well into the valleys this morning. temperatures similar to how we started yesterday. patches of drizzle reported along the coast and around the bay. for the afternoon, we'll turn mostly sunny, but we will be a tad cooler, only subtle changes in the forecast for the next few days. i'll show you what you can expect for your neighborhood, coming up. law enforcement in the east bay are preparing for more violent demonstrations. oakland police are trying to avoid a repeat of recent vandalism after george zimmerman was found not guilty. the department says it is aware of several demonstrations planned for today, including a rally for trayvon martin scheduled for this afternoon. officers say they are prepared if protests start to get out of
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hand. oakland leaders and community members say they have had enough of the violence in their city. council member noelle gaya wants the city to declare a state of emergency, making it easier to receive financial aid from the county, state and federal government. the announcement comes just days after an 8-year-old girl and a 66-year-old dog sitter were shot and killed in separate incidents. >> i don't walk around the neighborhood anymore. i'm kind of scared to walk by myself, because you know, who knows? somebody is going to do the same thing to you. >> residents in the maxwell park neighborhood are discussing hiring private security. a block party is scheduled for later this morning near the home of judy solomon. the dog sitter was gunned down on tuesday. people who say they are against the closure of the berkeley main post office will be making their voices heard today. they plan to protest outside the historic post office on austin way at 1:00. the postal service is moving forward with plans to sell the building to a private buyer. the agency says it is losing
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millions of dollars and has to close postal facilities across the country. negotiations in the bart labor dispute are scheduled to resume tuesday, but one side has already made a move. ktvu's alex savidge is live in san francisco this morning with why bart's lead negotiator is suspected of having a conflict of interest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. two employee units are calling for bart's lead negotiator to be removed from the talks, claiming he has a financial interest in another strike taking place. thomas hawk is bart's chief negotiator and also vice president of viola transportation. hawk was compensated by viola during the strike, but a bart spokesman told us he was paid just $500 in administrative fees. he calls that a minor amount of money, hardly enough to create
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a conflict of interest. but union representatives disagree. they say it's clear that hawk stands to benefit financially if negotiations fall apart once again. >> we're calling upon the board of directors to immediately investigate the conflict of interest and to even order him to be removed from negotiations. >> reporter: right now, hock is in the middle of a 10-day vacation, preplanned. but he is expected to return on tuesday to continue negotiations with the two bart employee unions. by the way, the deadline to reach a deal and avoid another bart strike is august 4th. meantime, a word of caution here if you're planning to ride bart later this morning. we are getting word from bart there is a 15-minute delay on all trains due to track maintenance this morning. be aware of that. live this morning in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2news. president obama is marking the 60th anniversary of the end
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to the korean war today. here is a live picture from the national mall in washington, where you can see the president approaching. he is set to deliver remarks in a commemorative ceremony here at the korean war veterans memorial. now, we plan to bring you part of the speech. we've seen some of our nation's military gathering. this will be a somber ceremony. we'll come back as soon as mr. obama takes the podium and watch part of his speech. a dedication ceremony for the future site of the memorial is planned for 10:00 this morning. the memorial will be built near lincoln boulevard and sheridan avenue, near the entrance to the national cemetery. the dedication, just as president obama's remarks this morning are planned to set the mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the korean war. there is a renewed search this morning for a missing 21- month-old girl in oakland. the family of daphne webb plans to handout flyers at the corner of mountain boulevard and keller avenue. they will also canvas her
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mother's neighborhood. daphne's father reported the girl missing july 10th. other family members say they have not seen her since late june. new this morning, a female has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit in connection to the death of a saratoga teenager, audrey pott. she is the 15-year-old high school student who committed suicide last september. her family says she became distraught after three teenage boys allegedly assaulted her at a party, in which she got drunk and passed out. cell phone photos circulated through her school. pott's family claims the female defendant tried to cover up the incident, including hiding her role in what happened. an 18-year-old has been arrested in connection with a crash last month that killed a bicyclist last month. cody hall is being charged in jail on charges of manslaughter and reckless driving. the accident killed a dublin woman and injured her husband. police arrested hall's father, who they say is a convicted felon, while serving a search warrant earlier this month,
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police found two illegal assault rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition in aaron hall's home. california officials say violent crime in the state is up. however, crime rates remain at historic lows. the annual crime in california report tallied 160,000 violent crimes last year. that's about a 3% increase from 2011, when there weremore than 155,000 violent crimes reported. the state points out the figures are half of what crime levels were at 20 years ago. a new study has revealed fremont is the second safest city in the u.s. irvine, california came in at first. the numbers are based on the fbi's latest crime data for cities with populations more than 200,000 people. fremont is one of six california cities on the list, but is the only one in the bay area. the website business insider reports fremont has a murder rate 81% below the national average. lot going on today in the bay area, from baseball to america's cup, even the berkeley kite festival. let's turn now to rosemary to a
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check on the saturday weather. >> saturday afternoon will be splendid for most of us. remaining cool along the coastline, but this morning, a lot of gray out there all the way into the valleys. temperatures on the cool side. we have a pretty robust onshore breeze through the delta. giving you a live look first at mount diablo, take a look. we have low clouds spilling in over and across parts of the east bay this morning. and that marine air is going to have an influence on your afternoon highs. again, we have a cooling trend for your weekend. giving you a view of how widespread the gray is, from santa rosa down into san jose, you get into the east bay, just east of awritten today, beginning to see the clearing there. areas like lafayette, danville, concord, livermore, mostly sunny this morning, although you can see a patch on the outside. for the afternoon, we will be mostly sunny. low clouds begin burning away by 10:30, 11:00. along the coastline, we will remain mostly cloudy and cool once again. that onshore breeze really
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blowing through fairfield, 24 miles per hour. gusting to near 40 at times. so again, that onshore breeze, cool pacific air, drifting through and cooling areas down all the way into the central valley for today. here at home, 56 degrees outside your door in concord. 55 in napa. 54 in san francisco. low 60s mountain view. these numbers, a lot like where we started yesterday. getting outdoors this morning maybe for a run or hike, it's going to feel pretty good out there, because it's cool. if you're out there for just a morning stroll, it could be a little chilly, even a little patchy drizzle out there in parts around the bay area, as well as the coastline. this ridge of high pressure has shifted east a little bit, giving us a bit of a break. if you are going to the sierra, expect thunderstorms this afternoon over parts of the sierra crest. so the higher elevations for today and possibly for tomorrow, but this is the system here that is helping to bring the cooler air in place, keep that low cloud deck in place, and bring us the onshore breeze throughout the afternoon. so the seabreeze will be picking up later today.
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we can expect that once again. for afternoon highs, 75 novato, shaving off a few degrees from yesterday's high, still feeling really nice in areas like oakland for the afternoon, 69 for you. 77 castro valley. mid to upper 80s for inland east bay communities. 91 in brentwood, one of the hotter spots today. 78 for san jose. mid-80s morgan hill. as you can imagine, we're running a little cool for this time of year, but inland east bay locations may actually appreciate that at this point. 77 redwood city. 70 degrees san bruno. unfortunately, it will be cool and cloudy at the coast. low 60s for you. your extended forecast here, numbers will continue their downward trend sunday, monday. little changes on tuesday. then we will begin a rebound on wednesday. i'll have a look at your saturday lunchtime numbers for you, coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. more than 100,000 people are expected in gilroy this weekend for the city's well- known garlic festival. visitors can enjoy pungent offerings from more than 60
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food vendors, selling everything from garlic bread to garlic-flavored ice cream. eight finalists will also compete for $5000 prize in the great garlic cookoff. >> came down for the weekend, and this has been on my bucket list for 35 years. so we're here! >> festival has raised more than $9 million for community groups in its 35-year history. drivers, though, should expect heavy traffic on 101 between san jose and gilroy. we've posted details about all the events in the bay area this weekend. go to our website, ktvu.com and click on the weekend extra tab. a hostage situation with a deadly outcome. what led up to an exchange of gunfire between the hostage taker and police? >> prestigious distinction for a bay area soldier. how his heroic actions earned him the military's highest honor. >> but first, a look outside, the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza, looks good right now. a's fans, 12:05 start. giants, 6:05 in san francisco.
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welcome back. a live look at the bay this morning, with low clouds and enhanced onshore breeze moving through your area. . a gunman in south florida killed six people before being shot to death by s.w.a.t. teams early this morning. the hours-long stand-off started last night in the town of hialeah, just a few miles north of miami. s.w.a.t. teams say they rescued two hostages after storming the building. police are still investigating the motive for the hostage situation and identifying the victims. we are also following developing news in egypt, where close to 40 people have been killed in overnight clashes between protesters and police. those clashes come one day after hundreds of thousands of people took part in rallies across egypt, ud
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demonstration in cairo's tahrir square. witnesses say police used tear gas to stop protesters from approaching a bridge in cairo, then fired on demonstrators. the muslim brotherhood says as many as 70 people have been killed. the operator of the bullet train that derailed in spain is now being held on suspicion of negligent homicide. wednesday's derailment killed at least 78 people. authorities will charge him with reckless homicide. spain's interior minister says evidence shows he was at fault. investigators are studying the train's data recorder to determine if the train was going too fast when it hit a curve on the tracks. u.s. army soldier from antioch is to be awarded the nation's highest military award next month. staff sergeant kai carter distinguished himself in one of the costliest battles in the afghan war. jake tapper has his story of bravery. >> reporter: it was a devastating taliban attack, captured in this insurgent-made
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video. >> let's go! >> reporter: launched on the eastern afghanistan outpost, positions so poor, it was nearly indefensible. up to 400 insurgents used the high ground to stage an overwhelming assault on just 53 u.s. troops. >> every kind of weapon that they could get their hands on, they were throwing at us. we hadn't seen that before. >> reporter: eight u.s. soldiers were killed that day, the deadliest day for the u.s. in afghanistan that year. but there were heart-stopping heroics to defend the base. one, staff sergeant clint romashea has already been given the nation's highest honor for bravery in the face of overwhelming odds. [ applause ] >> reporter: now there will be a second white house ceremony for the same battle. this time to sergeant ty carter, a member of b troop, nicknamed the bastards. that morning, carter ha been risking his life running ammo to troops, when a sniper pinned down him and four others in
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this humvee. >> had no more ammo left, getting hit from every which way. >> reporter: sergeant josh heart led two other soldiers to try and provide cover for their trapped comrades with their own humvee. it was a suicide mission. >> heart came across the net and said, you know, got -- rpg pointed right at me. that was the last we heard from heart. >> reporter: bad went to worse. rounds began penetrating the humvee. the enemy was now inside the base. the five men trapped inside decided they needed to get out of there. three tried to make a run for it, while carter and sergeant brad larson provided cover, but enemy fire killed sergeant justin gallegos as he tried to help specialist stephan mace, badly wounded. mace was left lying, trapped in open ground. carter sprung into action, rescuing mace, bringing him back to the humvee. mace ultimately would not survive, but carter's bravery among the brave, now deserving
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the medal of honor. >> according to the medal of honor society, the nation's highest military honor has been awarded to more than 3400 people since 1863. this morning, two types of drones have been approved. the scan eagle will be used to track migrating whales. and the puma will be used in response to oil spills. drone use has previously been limited to government and other agencies. the air force is facing a shortage of fighter pilots. the military branch has created a retention program to keep the pilots it does have from leaving. the air force says it will be short 700 fighter pilots during the next decade. officials say pilots will receive $25,000 for every year they stay in. that offer goes up to nine years and $225,000. the air force says some reasons for the shortage include commercial airlines offering
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higher salaries and fighter pilot fatigue after years of war in iraq and afghanistan. a task force has been created to raise awareness about valley fever. the potentially deadly disease can be contracted by breathing in fungus-laced spores from dust. it has hit central california especially hard in the last three years. recently, the state transferred 2600 inmates, particularly vulnerable to the fungus to other prisons. 14 lawmakers from california, arizona, and texas will comprise the congressional valley fever task force. the cost of building a new jail in san mateo county could double, if the county cannot collect state funds. the county is now looking at issuing bonds for at least half the cost of the new $165 million jail. the state has already rejected the county's request for $100 million in funds for jail construction. officials say the costs will increase due to interest and funds spent issuing the bonds. in washington, dc, u.s. park police this morning are trying to identify the person
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who vandalized the lincoln memorial. police say late thursday night, early friday morning, someone put green paint on the statue, its pedestal, and the floor. the paint was discovered yesterday and the monument was closed while workers cleaned up the paints. in response to the recent vandal imp, the national parks foundation is asking people to donate to the national park service cleanup efforts. they say vandalism is a common occurrence among the 400 national parks across the country. some big names in music rocked candlestick park last night. ♪ ♪ >> mixed emotions for concert goers, leading up to the demolition of the stick and the one thing fans will definitely not miss. >> a cooldown is spilling into the bay area for the weekend. i'll have a look at temperatures, coming up. ♪
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. ♪ for more than 50 years, thousands of fans have gathered
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at candlestick park in san francisco, but not long now before the stadium will be demolished, with a shopping center set to take its place next year. the venue commonly referred to as the stick is enjoying big names in the final months. last night, jay-z and justin timberlake rocked the stage for their legends of the summer tour. >> awesome, big! real, real big! >> i love the history at candlestick, but i hate the traffic. it's the worst part. parking, parking, parking. >> while parking may be a point of frustration, candlestick fans agree once it's gone, the stick will truly be missed. sf gate reports crews plan to blow up the stadium within weeks of the 49ers' final touchdown next season. crews are in town shooting "the rise of the planet apes" in north beach. drivers in the area will see no parking signs lining the streets. wherever the signs are displid, parking will not be allowed
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from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 this afternoon. there will also be intermittent traffic control on columbus avenue and on california street. bit of a cool start this morning, but looks like it may warm up a little bit, rosemary, after we pass the noon hour, i guess. >> yeah, a mild to warm day around the bay and inland. along the coast, partly to mostly cloudy and cool once again for today. let's fill you in. giving you a look here, find your neighborhood. at this hour, 50 to near 60 degrees for some of those areas shaded in green. but most of us waking up with mostly gray skies and, again, in the 50s. getting into the 10:00 hour, we begin to feel better. upper 50s around san francisco, oakland, into the inland areas. mid to upper 60s, in time for your 10:00 a.m. then for the lunch hour, temperatures feeling quite nice for inland communities. we're talking 76 degrees for your lunch hour, livermore. widespread 70s to near 80 degrees where you see yellows and oranges. meanwhile, around the bay and into the north bay for your
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lunch hour, low to mid-60s expected. temperatures along the coastline, you could even see shades of blue remaining in areas around half moon bay and pacifica. pacifica today, 60 degrees is where you will reach. 62 for san francisco. upper 60s in oakland. low 70s for heyward. mid-80s for concord. upper 80s in antioch. temperatures running below the seasonal average for this time of year, but feeling quite nice for our inland communities. nice and warm, close to the water. if you like it cool, head to the coach. temperatures continue to fall tomorrow a few degrees. getting into monday and tuesday, temperatures will remain, well, a lot like what we're seeing for sunday. not a lot of change going on. we'll get back to the warmer summer-like weather. by wednesday, we begin to rebound. back to you. >> thanks, rosemary. there's a warning for people who take vitamin b supplements this morning. the fda is recommending
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avoiding vitamin b supplement that could contain steroids, sometimes used illegally by body builders. neither ingredient is listed on the product's labeling. the fda says users have reported fatigue, pain, and thyroid problems. well, a free smooth thee give-away at jamba juice today. participating stores throughout the bay area plan to give three 9 1/2-ounce smoothies to children ages 8 and younger. the deal is from 11:00 to 4:00 today. jamba juice says children must be present to get that free treat. it is part of jamba kids day to promote good nutrition. pepsi's parent company is announcing it will no longer label its naked juices as all- natural. this comes after a lawsuit revealing the drink's actual components. what the company has claimed to be a boost of vitamins is, according to the lawsuit, a combination of synthetic ingredients. "usa today" reports the company
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is paying $9 million to settle the lawsuit. the fda says it does not have a clear definition of what constitutes a natural product. quite an unusual theft in the bay area. cat stolen right out of an owner's locked car. how this surveillance video may help catch the cat napper. >> and first, it was delayed. now, when we could find out the new opening date for the new span of the bay bridge. >> and a new setback in the ongoing negotiations to avoid another bart strike. we'll tell you why the employee unions are accusing bart's lead negotiate of a conflict of interest.
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. bay area commuters preparing for the possibility of another jam-packed bart, as employees go back on strike. >> there is a new twist in the ongoing labor dispute. unions are now demanding bart get rid of its lead negotiator. alex savidge has more. >> reporter: well, good morning. the employee unions are crying foul here. they say this is a clear conflict of interest and they want bart's chief negotiator to be removed from the ongoing talks. they say because he has a financial interest in another strike taking place. thomas hock is his name, bart's lead negotiator. and he is also the vice
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president of viola transportation. now, during the bart strike that happened earlier this month, viola was contracted to provide some of the shuttle buses for commuters to get around without the trains running. the unions yesterday providing ktvu with copies of invoices. hock was compensated by viola during the strike, but a bart spokesman told us he was paid just $500 in administrative fees. he says that's a minor amount, hardly enough to create a conflict of interest, but union representatives dispute that and they say hock stands to benefit financially if negotiations fall apart once again. >> concerned about these allegations. we do expect the board of directors to investigate. >> reporter: now, hock has been on a 10-day vacation, but he is expected to return and continue negotiations with the two bart employee unions this tuesday. that's when things will resume. the deadline to reach a deal and avoid another bart strike here in the bay area is august
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4th. also, word here this morning for anyone planning to take part, we are being told there is a system-wide delay of about 15 minutes or so and this is due to track maintenance going on this morning. live this morning in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2news. bart parking fees are set to increase at two oakland stations in a couple of days. a 50-cent increase will go into effect on monday at the macarthur and west oak stations. daily fiat macarthur will be $1.50. west oakland will be $5.50. vallejo will begin charging paid parking on thursday, august 1st in all ferry parking areas. that includes the downtown parking garage, which opened last year. it will cost $5 a day to park your car there. a monthly pass will cost $20. people will be on hand thursday to help drivers navigate the new parking fee machines. this morning, we are learning more about the suspicious device that shut down the bay bridge during the afternoon commute. officials say the device turned
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out to be a gray pipe that did not pose a threat. a passer-by spotted the object near the trevor island off ramp and called 911. the bomb squad responded, shutting down all lanes of the bridge. >> it was something that looked very suspiciously like an explosive device. it was a very suspicious item. a gray cylinder. it looked, looked very suspicious. >> the closure caused traffic to back up for miles. the commute was especially sluggish because of the giants and a's ball games and the jay- z and justin timberlake concert at candlestick park. next week, we'll know about the dependability of the bolts for the bay bridge. engineers will test the bolts under extreme conditions to examine how they hold up to sea water and other stresses. the bolts will be bathed in saltwater to age them and then pressured with a force equal to 10 semi trucks. >> so this is essentially an outdoor testing lab. this is for a particular test called a stress corrosion test. and this test will tell us how
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long the bolts on the bridge will last under tension in a marine environment. >> while some engineers say corrosion caused previous bolts to fail, further testing has found no problems. officials may decide by the middle of next month when the new eastern span will open. the contra costa times reports outside experts will discuss whether installing a temporary fix could allow the bridge to open before contractors finish repairs to all the faulty bolts. the span was scheduled to open labor day weekend, but an oversite committee pushed back the date due to safety concerns. meantime, the state has canceled a $5 million celebration to mark the opening. happening now, live back to the nation's capitol, president obama is marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the korean war. currently, you see this live picture from the national mall in washington, where military performed the national anthem a few moments ago. we do expect the president to make remarks in a few minutes,
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marking the commemoration. he declared today will be national korean war veterans armistice day. we have video earlier of when the president arrived. we plan to bring you part of his speech when mr. obama takes the podium. stay with us and we'll bring you back to washington for part of his live speech. the dedication ceremony for the future site of the korean war memorial later this morning. the memorial will be next to the entrance of the national cemetery. the national dedication -- or that dedication, like the president's remarks this morning, are going to be marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the korean war. brentwood police say they have good leads in a case they are treating as a hate crime. someone spray painted racist graffiti on the driveway and garage door of a home on lexington court thursday morning. police say later that day, someone spray painted a swastika and the words "whites only" on a bench next to a basketball court in a nearby
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park. >> we all look out for each other. we have homeowners associations. it's sad. >> brentwood police calls this a serious crime. they say they recovered strong evidence at both scenes and will push for felony charges if they catch those responsible for the graffiti. a homeless man accused of beating a man to death with a bat at a milpitas mall is scheduled to appear in court on monday. prosecutors say the man hit the victim with a bat 11 times at a sporting goods store last month. police say they have not revealed the relationship between the two men. we're learning more this morning about the death of an infant in a marysville hotel room. the 11-day-old baby was found wednesday in a room at the rio end motel. deputies say the child was surrounded by drug paraphernalia, including syringes, needles, baggies and scales.
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>> standoffish from the baby. the baby was at the end of the bed. the mom was at the front of the bed where the pillows would be, just, like, why does this keep happening? why me? why me? >> a 5-year-old boy was also apparently staying in the room. the mother of the children has been arrested on felony child endangerment charges. supporters of expanding ace train service to central california are hoping a sales tax increase will provide funding. voters could be asked to approve a half percent increase in sales tax next year. officials hope to start service to modesto by 2018 and extend service to turlock and merced by 2022. drivers in contra costa county should expect delays on marsh creek road. crews with the water district will be putting in pipelines along the stretch between clayton regency mobile home park and royal oaks drive. the project could take three months to complete. most of the work will be sunday through thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m., but at times, crews could be working from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. time is now 7:37. depending on when you ask, it was pretty warm the last few
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days. >> it was warm yesterday. >> yeah, some people like that. let's turn over to rosemary. getting relief today, back to the 80s for some areas. >> yeah, that was in the valley the last few days, where it was 100 degrees. a nice cooldown is right up my alley. if you like it on the mild side, that's what we're going to see around the bay area. inland, warm, but we will be below average for this time of year. most of us waking up with the gray start, at least along the coast and around the bay. patchy drizzle reported around the bay and coast as well. giving you a live look at the gray start in san jose, 58 degrees outside your doors right now, with just a very light breeze. the onshore breeze is blowing, but again, it's light in most cases along the coast, around the bay. but a fairly robust onshore breeze through the delta this morning. i'll show you that coming up. we do have this low right off the coastline that's helping to keep that onshore breeze blowing, thicken the marine layer and the clouds associated within that marine layer, stretching all the way into our
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valleys this morning. to the east of us, you can see still a lot of monsoonal moisture being circulated around over the sierra for the afternoon. if you plan on going to the sierra for the weekend, thunderstorms are a possibility. looks like south of tahoe, right along the crest line. for us here at home, the marine layer, right about 2000 feet. again, low clouds within that marine layer have pushed all the way into our valleys. we're talking about the north bay, south bay, and inland. you have to get past right about lafayette to see the mostly sunny skies and beyond. patchy drizzle along the coastline, just around the bay, and that onshore breeze pulling that cool pacific air through the delta and into the valley for the weekend. 56 degrees in fairfield right now. 56 in concord. 58 in oakland. these numbers, a lot like what we had yesterday morning. so a little cool and cloudy if you're heading outdoors. unless you're going for a run, it's going to feel pretty good. 57 belmont, 58 for foster city. if you're going to see the a's play this afternoon, maybe already packing up, thinking
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about doing some tailgating, bring along a light jacket. we will be mostly cloudy until 10:00, 11:00. then we'll see partly cloudy, mostly sunny skies appear. for game time, about 12:05, 64 degrees. light onshore breeze that will be strengthening. if you're going to berkeley for the kite fest, a nice seabreeze for the afternoon is exactly what you will get. that will be good for kite flying. 67 degrees for berkeley this afternoon. 69 degrees in oakland. low 60s in san francisco. a cool day along the shoreline. 60 degrees for pacifica. partly to mostly cloudy skies. farther inland, the warmer it's going to be. into the santa clara valley, 78 for san jose, low 80s los gatos, 70 degrees this afternoon if you're going to the boardwalk in santa cruz. the extended forecast here, temperatures will continue to cool. tomorrow, a few degrees cooler. then we'll level off. we'll remain with only subtle changes in the forecast for monday and tuesday, and then we begin a rebound on wednesday. back to the desk. >> thanks, rosemary.
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police in san francisco are using surveillance video to try to catch a cat thief. it happened thursday night at the corner of polk and broadway. someone smashed through a car window to steal a 12-year-old cat named roxy. police say pet nappings in the city are not unheard of, but cat nappings are a rare occurrence. yesterday, owner caroline adamson drove all over the city looking for her 8-pound feline. >> i really feel, you know, like i'm her mother and i'm supposed to keep her safe and i didn't. it's a horrible feeling. >> the police department says they plan on posting the surveillance video online. adamson says she will pay a $500 reward to anyone who can safely return her cat. no questions asked. san francisco zoo is inviting the public to watch its baby penguins waddle to their new home for the first time. traditionally, the march of the penguins is a zoo members-only event. this is the first year the public has been invited. five young penguins will be joining the rest of their colony at penguin island. the zoo says the exhibit has
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been one of the biggest attractions since it started in 1984. all five penguins hatched in early may. meanwhile, the oakland zoo is asking visitors to donate fresh produce to help feed the animals. they are asking for apples, kiwis, carrots and other fruits and vegetables. doors will be opening early today at 9:00 a.m. the first 250 guests will receive a golden ticket to spread produce in the elephant exhibit. each person who donates will receive a ticket for a free ride. well, it has not been done by any republican committee. that is until now. the bay area gop group that just made history by becoming the first in the u.s. to take one action. >> and we're learning more about san jose state's plans to suspend a highly promoted pilot program. what may have contributed to the high failure rate among students taking classes online. >> and let's give you another live look outside. there is the san mateo bridge, all 7 miles of it. both directions, 92 looking great on this saturday morning.
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we h happening now, president obama is addressing people as part of a memorial for the end of the korean war. let's listen in for a little bit. >> -- men emerged from their muddy trenches. marine raised his bugle, played "taps," and a soldier spoke for millions when he said, thank god it is over. in the days that followed, both sides pulled back, leaving a demilitarized zone between them. soldiers emptied their sand bags and tore down their
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bunkers. our pow's emerged from the camps. our troops bordered ships and steamed back across the ocean. in describing the moment he passed under the golden gate bridge, one of those soldiers wrote, we suddenly knew we had survived the war and we were home. >> there again is president obama speaking on what is the 60th anniversary of the korean war. 2.5million were killed, including tens of thousands of americans. today's program will include the president laying a wreath for those killed. he'll also be recognizing the united nation allies that provided combat troops, medical teams, and others supporting the war that went from 1950 to 1953. the ohio man who held three women captive for a decade will spend the rest of his life in prison. >> by virtue of plea, you will not be heading to trial. >> i'm aware of that.
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>> ariel castro pleaded guilty to more than 900 counts against him, including kidnapping, rape and aggravated murder for the miscarriage of one of his victims. he snned t court when he spoke about the daughter he had with one of the victims, a man today berry. >> i miss my, my daughter very much. >> castro's plea deal calls for a life sentence, plus 1000 years. with the deal, castro avoids the death penalty. a veteran chp officer has been placed on administrative leave. 47-year-old jeffrey closson was arrested on suspicious of inappropriately touching a disabled man. police say he was off duty when he allegedly touched the 22- year-old man in a bathroom at the arden fair mall last month. investigators identified closson after looking at surveillance video. embattled san diego mayor bob filner is promising to get therapy, as he fights calls for his resignation over claims of
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sexual harassment. >> the behavior i have engaged in over many years is wrong. >> filner says he plans to undergo intensive therapy at a behavioral clinic, starting august 5th. the announcement comes after a series of women came forward claiming he had kissed and groped them and even placed them in head locks. several members of his own party have called on him to resign. >> my failure to respect women and the intimidating conduct i engaged in at times is inexcusable. >> filner says he will be briefed about city operations twice a day while he is getting treatment at the clinic. the marin county republican party is making history with its vote supporting same-sex marriage. it is the first republican central committee in the united states to promote the cause. thursday night at the monthly meeting, the 23-member committee cast their ballots. they say it's an effort to attract more voters. members also voted in support of creating a strategy for the next few years that would bring new life into marin's
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republican party. the gay marriage battle has arrived in oregon. supporters started campaigns across the state yesterday in hopes of securing enough signatures to force a new vote to legalize same-sex marriage. back in 2004, orians overwhelmingly voted to change the constitution, saying marriage could only be between a man and a woman. but supporters say a lot has changed since then. >> i have lots of gay friends. i've worked for gay-owned businesses in portland. and i think they should have every right that we have. >> the question is, i think whether voters will be sending a message back that says, you know, what part of no don't you understand? i voted on this already. >> more than 116,000 valid signatures are needed to put the issue on oregon's ballot next november. today, pope francis will lead a mass at one of brazil's largest cathedrals. last night, the pope presided over one of the most solemn rites of the catholic church, a procession reenacting christ's crucifiction. other activities for the pope today include a lunch with
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brazilian cardinals and bishops, then a prayer vigil for young pilgrims as part of world youth day celebrations. earlier, we showed you the president at the korean war anniversary. beforehand, he talked about the economy in this morning's weekly address. >> repealing obama care, gutting crit cam investments in our future, threatening to default on the bills this country has already racked up, or shutting down the government just because i'm for keeping it open, none of those things add up to an economic plan. >> president obama says his focus is to protect the middle class by providing good paying jobs, quality education, healthcare, and a secure retirement. he is calling on republicans for by partisanship and end the political bickering in washington. the white house says two guantanamo bay detainees may be sent back to nigeria, after a 30-day waiting period. this would be the first transfer as part of the president's long-promised plan
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to close guantanamo. there are 160 detainees. 60 are on a hunger strike. rallies are planned in support of a controversial soldier in the bay area. today's an international day of action for manning. supporters will be demonstrating at powell and market streets in san francisco and the berkeley main post office, among other places. the former army intelligence analyst has admitted to sending classified information to wikileaks. he faces up to life in prison. we're learning more about what may have contributed to the high failure rate for san jose experiment for online learning. the los angeles times reports half of the students enrolled in the online pilot program had already failed the courses once. the other half were students from underprivileged oakland high school. the school suspended its online program for the fall semester, after half the students enrolled had failed their classes. a new ordinance that will limit donation boxes in alameda county goes into effect next
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month. the boxes will be banned in unincorporated areas and only allowed at churches, libraries, senior centers, and parks in improved locations. property owners will also need to pay a $1500 application fee. the changes come after complaints that the boxes encourage illegal dumping, graffiti, and scavenging. precautions are under way in california, after an animal tested positive for the bubonic plague. which summertime destinations are being affected now? >> cooler days in the forecast for the weekend. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood, coming up.
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. yosemite is unveiling new service this is week to help the hearing impaired, offering american sign language videos on its yu tube channel. a full-time interpreter will be in the visitor's center through summer. three southern california camp grounds are closed this morning after a dead squirrel tested positive for the bubonic
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plague. public health officials in los angeles closed the camps in the angeles national forest after a ground squirrel tested positive this week. officials are also testing for the presence of the plague at big bear lake, lake arrowhead and running springs in the san bernardino mountains. >> i could have gone to vegas, but, no, i chose the campground, only to be run out by the plague! >> officials say infected fleas carry the plague bacteria. bubonic plague has been a concern in northern california. a chip monk tested positive for the plague last year. one of the oldest bisons roaming golden gate park in san francisco has died. the 30-year-old giant had to be put down yesterday. veterinarians say her health had been declining since wednesday. bison typically have a life expectancy of 25 years. the san francisco zoo's chief of veterinary services says the bison's longevity can be attributed to the excellent care provided by staff. eight bison now remain in the park. 7:55. we're coming up on the end of
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july, seeing a little bit of a cooldown on the weekend, rosemary? >> yes, we began the cooling trend yesterday. slightly cooler today. then sunday will be one of the coolest days as we get through your weekend. so for today, just shave off a few degrees from yesterday's highs. that's about where we will sit for the second half. putting some of the numbers on your screen, 85 for concord today. 75 vallejo. 74 san rafael. upper 60s in oakland. if you're going to see the a's play, go doing be a mild one. if you're going to see the giants play, 62 in the afternoon, but cooling back, so bring along a jacket. onshore breeze will be with us for the afternoon today. and again, there is the cooling trend on your screen. today, a tad cooler than yesterday. tomorrow, a few degrees cooler than today. monday, we may just be bottoming out right there in the low 80s for the inland communities, upper 60s around the bay, low 60s and cloudy along the coastline. temperatures take a slight rebound on tuesday, but really, the bigger change will come by
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midweek wednesday. if you're getting out this morning, it's cool and cloudy in most locations. i'll have a look at your current conditions, coming up. the oakland a's now up four games in the a.l. west after taking down the angels yesterday. to the bottom of the first, lowry slaps one deep to right center. see ya later! a's down 2-1. then in the second, game tied at 2-2. lowry says keep feeding me! sharp single down the line, two runs score, going 3-for-4 on the night. a's get the victory, 6-4. bar toll low cologne getting his 14th win. marco scutaro rain glow night at at&t park last night. scutaro was out of the lineup with a sore back. 9th inning, giants leading, full count. romo looking for his 25th save of the year, but brandon bell just can't make that play. ball goes right through him, into the outfield. two runs score. cubs win 3-2. tough loss for the giants last night. well, it is a much desired safety distinction. which bay area city is topping
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a new nationwide study for being one of the very safest places to live. >> and the smell of garlic will fill the air in the south bay today. where drivers should expect big traffic delays.
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i would ask those who can stand, please stand so we can properly honor you here today. president obama this hour, paying tribute to the brave men and women who served in america's military during the korean war. >> reporter: and a potential setback in the ongoing negotiations to avoid another bart strike in the bay area. we'll tell you about the conflict of interest accusations threatening to derail talks. >> and the search for a missing toddler continues in oakland this morning. the new effort from the girl's family in hopes of bringing her to safety. . good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2, saturday, july 27th. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning. i'm maureen naylor. claudine wong is off today. let's get right to rosemary with a look at your saturday forecast. >> a nice day in store, cooler for your afternoon. we're waking up with gray skies around the bay area, into our local valleys this morning. patchy drizzle reported along the coastline and over parts of the bay. but by the afternoon, we'll be partly cloudy to mostly sunny.
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a tad cooler for the afternoon and subtle changes in store in the extended forecast. so how long this cooling trend is going to continue and your numbers expected for today, coming up. negotiations in the bart labor dispute are scheduled to resume on tuesday. but one side has already made a move. ktvu's alex savidge is live in san francisco with why bart's lead negotiator is being accused of having a conflict of interest. >> reporter: the two unions representing bart employees says the lead negotiator has an interest in another strike taking place. the two unions are calling on the lead negotiator to be removed from the ongoing talks. we're talking about thomas hock. he's the chief negotiator for bart, also the vice president of viola transportation. now, during the bart strike that happened earlier this month, viola was contracted to provide some of the shuttle buses that commuters use to get around, because the trains were out of service. the unions provided ktvu with
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copies of those invoices. now, hock was compensated by viola during the strike, but a spokesman for bart told us he was paid just $500 in administrative fees. he says that was a minor amount of money, hardly enough to create a conflict of interest, but union representatives disagree and they say that hock stands to benefit financially, if negotiations fall apart and bart workers head back to the picket lines again. >> we're calling upon the board of directors to immediately investigate this conflict of interest and to even order him to be removed from negotiations. >> we don't feel this created a conflict. it's a minor amount of money and we expect tom to be back at the table on tuesday. >> reporter: tuesday is when negotiations are expected to resume between bart managers and those two employee unions. now, hock has been on a 10-day vacation, but he does plan to return to the bargaining table on tuesday. the deadline to reach a deal and avoid another bart strike
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is august 4th. meantime, for anyone taking bart this morning, we are being told there is a system-wide delay of about 15 minutes or so due to track maintenance. live this morning in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2news. new this morning, as we brought you live in the last hour, president obama is taking part in a service to mark the 60th anniversary of the end to the korean war. [ taps playing ] >> the president is currently speaking at the korean war veterans memorial at the national mall in washington. mr. obama will lay a wreath to honor service members killed during the war. he says america will never forget their sacrifice. >> the guns of war thunder no more. along the jagged front, men emerged from their muddy trenches. a marine raised his bugle and played "taps" and a soldier spoke for millions when he said thank god it is over.
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>> 2.5 million people were killed in the fighting. the president is also recognizing the united nation allies that provided combat troops, medical teams and other support in the war. it went from 1950 to 1953. meanwhile, a korean war memorial is coming to the presidio. a dedication ceremony for the future site of the memorial is planned for 10:00 this morning. the memorial will be built near lincoln boulevard and sheridan avenue near the entrance to the national cemetery. the dedication, just like president obama's remarks this morning, are marking the 60th anniversary of the end of the korean war. happening today, law enforcement in the east bay are bracing for more violent demonstrations. oakland police are trying to avoid a repeat of recent vandalism, after a florida injure acquitted george zimmerman of killing florida teen trayvon martin. the police department says it is aware of several demonstrations planned for today, including a rally for trayvon martin scheduled for this afternoon. officers say they are prepared
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if protests start getting out of hand. oakland leaders and community members say they have had enough violence in their city. a council member wants the city to declare a state of emergency, making it easier to receive financial and police aid from county, state, and the federal government. the announcement comes days after an 8-year-old girl and a 66-year-old dog sitter were killed in separate incidents. >> i don't walk around the neighborhood anymore. i'm kind of scared to walk by myself because, you know, who knows, somebody going to do the same thing to you. >> residents in the maxwell park neighborhood are discussing hiring private security. a block party is scheduled for later this morning near the home of judy solomon, the dog sitter who was killed on tuesday. people who say they are against the closure of the berkeley main post office will be making their voices heard today. they plan to protest outside the historic post office on austin way at 1:00 this afternoon. the postal service is moving forward with plans to sell the building to a private buyer. the agency says it is losing
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millions of dollars and has to close postal facilities across the country. there is a renewed search this morning for a missing 21- month-old girl in oakland. the family of daphne webb plans to handout flyers at the corner of mountain boulevard and keller avenue. they will also canvas her mother's neighborhood. daphne's father reported the girl missing back on july 10th. other family members say they have not seen her since late june. new this morning, a female has been named as a new defendant in a civil lawsuit in connection to the death of saratoga teenager audrey pott. pott is the 15-year-old high school student who committed suicide last september. her family says she became distraught after three stages boys allegedly assaulted her at a party where she got drunk and passed out. cell phone videos documented the incident. prosecutors claimed pott tried to hide her role in what happened. an 18-year-old has been arrested in connection with a crash last month that killed a
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biker in pleasanton. cody hall is being held at the santa rita jail on charges of vehicular manslaughter and reckless driving. the accident killed a dublin woman and injured her husband. police also arrested hall's father, who they say is a convicted felon, while serving a search warrant in the case earlier this month. the san francisco chronicle reports police found two illegal assault rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition in aaron hall's home. california officials say violent crime in the state is up. however, crime rates remain at historic lows. the annual crime in california report tallied 160,000 violent crimes last year. that's about a 3% increase from 2011, when there were more than 155,000 violent crimes report. the state points out the figures are half of what crime levels were at 20 years ago. a new study has revealed fremont is the second safest city in the united states. irvine, california came in first. numbers are based on the fbi's latest crime data for cities with populations more than 200,000 people. fremont is one of six
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california cities on the list, but is the only one in the bay area. the website business insider reports fremont has a murder rate 81% below the national average. time now, 8:07. let's turn over to rosemary and see what we can expect on this saturday morning. >> yes, good morning to you. it's a cool start out there, a cooldown in time for your weekend, and that about sums it up. partly to mostly cloudy skies in and around the bay area. along the coast, around the bay, north bay, south bay, we are mostly gray. you get into lafayette, concord, mostly clear for antioch as well. giving you a live look here over areas of lafayette, a beautiful start to your day. you're right about the cutoff there. areas in orinda reporting mostly gray skies. livermore reporting mostly gray skies. it is fairly low spread. allow clouds ride through areas of the delta as well. we've got vallejo, martinez reporting partly to mostly cloudy skies. fairfield, you're in the clear. danville, and again farther east. it is fairly widespread.
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marine layer, right about 2000 feet. cooler air pooling in. onshore breeze is blowing. fairfield, 23 miles per hour. this is the type of breeze we see when we know that we've got that cooldown pulling all the way through in areas of the delta, maybe even into the valley. so that cool pacific air moving through. that will help with the cooldown as we get into your afternoon as well. helps to offset the heating in the afternoon. 58 degrees right now. 50s to low 60s around the bay area. a cool start in santa rosa at 54 degrees with mostly cloudy skies at this hour. clouds will begin to peel back. we will remain near the shoreline with the clouds for the entire day. it will be another cool day along the coast, but for the bay, it's going to be mild. for inland communities, it is going to be warm, but below average for this time of year. we've got this system here that continues that onshore breeze, low clouds and cooler air for the entire weekend. the ridge of high pressure
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that has been bringing us hot conditions inland, now pushing off to the east a little bit. still, the possibility of thunderstorms over the mountain tops of the sierra for the weekend. if you're going that direction, want to point that out. also want to head west. we have a tropical storm, flossie. winds right now at 65 miles per hour, weakening. but the reason i point this out is because it's making a trek towards the hawaiian islands. looks like monday night, into tuesday, it's going to cross right through. winds are expected to be 40 miles per hour at that time. so continuing to weaken. we'll be borderline tropical depression/tropical storm, but it is summer. if you are headed this direction for your week ahead, just make sure you check that out before you go. afternoon highs for today, under partly cloudy, mostly sunny skies for the bay area, 69 in oakland, 72 in heyward. mid-80s in concord. upper 80s in livermore. going to the garlic fest, it's going to be a nice, warm day, mid-80s. it is summertime and we know it could be hot out there. it's going to feel quite nice
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for your afternoon. your extended forecast here, we will continue with the possibility of morning drizzle, seeing a little bit this morning, see it again tomorrow pork. temperatures continuing to cool for the afternoon on sunday. monday may be the coolest day. slight rebound on tuesday, but really don't feel the summer- like pattern return, or at least the summer heat, i should say, back into the forecast for your wednesday. upper 80s in the forecast for inland communities, 70s around the bay, 60s at the coast. i'll have a look at lunchtime numbers, coming up. the weather will be welcomed in gilroy, where more than 100,000 people are expected for the city's well- known garlic festival. visitors can sample offerings everything from garlic bread to garlic ice cream. the great garlic cookoff will be a competition for $5000. >> this has been on my bucket list for 35 years, so we're here. >> the festival has raised more than $9 million for community
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groups in its 35-year history. drivers should expect heavy traffic on 101 between san jose and gilroy today and tomorrow. we have posted events around the bay area for the weekend. go to ktvu and click on the weekend extra tab. a hostage situation with a deadly outcome. what led up to an exchange of gunfire between the hostage taker and police? >> well, a prestigious distinction for a bay area soldier. how his heroic actions earned him the highest military honor. >> and looking at the golden gate bridge, 746 feet tall, still trying to unwrap that morning blanket of fog. traffic on the 101, great in both directions. time now, 8:12. you're watching mornings on 2.
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. thank you for joining us this morning. giving you a live look at the overcast skies over jack london square, 56 degrees in oakland right now, with a light breeze. a gunman in south florida killed six people before being shot to death by s.w.a.t. teams early this morning. the hours-long stand-off started last night in the town of hialeah, just a few miles north of miami. s.w.a.t. teams say they rescued two hostages after storming the building. police are still investigating the motive for the hostage situation and identifying the victims. we are also following developing news in egypt, where close to 40 people have been killed in overnight clashes between protesters and police. they come just one day after hundreds of thousands of people took part in rallies across egypt, including a mass
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demonstration in cairo's tahrir square. witnesses say police used tear gas to stop protesters from approaching a bridge in cairo, then fired on demonstrators. muslim brotherhood says as many as 70 people may have been killed. the operator of the bullet train that derailed in spain is now being held on suspicion of negligent homicide. wednesday's derailment killed at least 78 people. authorities will charge him with reckless homicide. spain's interior minister says evidence shows he was at fault. investigators are studying the train's data recorder to determine if the train was going too fast when it hit a curve on the tracks. a u.s. army soldier from antioch is to be awarded the nation's highest military award next month. staff sergeant ty carter distinguished himself in one of the costliest battles in the war. jake tapper has the story of bravery. >> reporter: it was a devastating taliban attack, captured in this insurgent-made
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video. >> let's go! >> reporter: launched on an eastern afghanistan outpost, positioned so poorly, it was nearly indefensible. up to 400 insurgents used the high ground to stage and overwhelming assault on just 53 u.s. troops. >> every kind of weapon that they could get their hands on, they were throwing at us. we hadn't seen that before. >> reporter: eight u.s. soldiers were killed that day, the deadliest day for the u.s. in afghanistan that year. but there were heart-stopping heroics to defend the base. staff sergeant clint romashea has been given the highest honor for his bravery. now there will be a second white house ceremony for the same battle. this time, to sergeant ty carter, a member of b troop, 3rd platoon, nicknamed the bastards. that morning, carter had been risking his life running ammo to troops, when a sniper pinned him down and four others in this humvee. >> they had no more ammo left.
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they were getting hit from every cl way. >> reporter: sergeant josh heart led two other soldiers to try and provide cover for their trapped comrades with their own humvee. it was a suicide mission. >> heart came across the net and said, you know, got rpg pointed right at me. and that was the last we heard from heart. >> reporter: bad went to worse. grounds began penetrating the humvee. the enemy was now inside the base. the five men trapped inside decided they needed to get out of there. three tried to make a run for it, while carter and sergeant brad larson provided cover. but enemy fire killed sergeant justin gallegos as he tried to help specialist stephan mace, who was badly wounded. mace was left lying, trapped in open ground. carter sprung into action, rescuing mace, bringing him back to the humvee. mace ultimately would not survive, but carter's bravery, among the brave, now deserving
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the medal of honor. >> that was jake tapper reporting. according to the medal of honor society, the nation's highest military honor has been awarded to more than 3400 people since 1863. this morning, the faa has certified two types of drones for civilian use. the scan eagle will be used to survey ice floes and migrating whales off the coast of alaska. the puma drone can be used in emergency responses to oil spills. drone use in the united states has previously been limited to police and other government agencies. the u.s. air force says it is facing a shortage of fighter pilots. the military branch has created a retention program to keep the pilots it does have from leaving. the air force says it will be short 700 fighter pilots during the next decade. officials say pilots will receive $25,000 for every year they stay in. that offer goes up to nine years and $225,000. now, the air force says some reasons for the shortage include commercial airlines offering higher salaries and fighter pilot fatigue after
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years of war in iraq and afghanistan. a task force has been created to raise awareness about valley fever. the potentially deadly disease can be contracted by breathing in fungus-laced spores from dust. it hit central california especially hard in the last three years. recently, the state transferred 2600 inmates particularly vulnerable to the fungus to other prisons. 14 lawmakers from california, arizona, and texas will make up the congressional valley fever task force. the cost of building a new jail in san mateo county could double if the county can't collect state funds. counties looking at issuing bonds for at least half the cost of the new $165 million jail. the state has already rejected the county's request for more than $100 million in funds for jail construction. officials say costs will increase due to interest and funds spent issuing the bonds. some big names in music rocked good old candlestick park last night. the mixed emotions for concert
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demolished, with a shopping center set to take its place next year. the venue commonly referred to as the stick is enjoying big names in the final months. last night, jay-z and justin timberlake rocked the stage for their legends of the summer tour. >> this is why it's awesome, big. real, real big! >> i love the history at candlestick, but i hate the traffic. it's the worst part. parking, parking, parking. >> while parking may be a point of frustration, fans agree once the stick is gone, it will be truly missed. plans are made to blow up the stadium within weeks of the 49ers' final touchdown next season. . and delayed traffic could continue in san francisco today, as crews are in town to shoot the sequel to "the rise of the planet of the apes." filming will begin this morning in north beach. drivers in the area will see "no parking" signs from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 this afternoon. there will also be enter mitten
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traffic control on columbus avenue and on california street. >> good old candlestick, childhood park. even saw the pope up there. >> you should see claire stadium. >> couple more years. let's check in with rosemary and see what's happening. >> hello to you. a pleasant day in the forecast, if you plan on picnicking this afternoon, swimming, make sure you're inland. that's where we'll see the warmest weather. upper 80s, near 90 degrees for inland communities. here is a time line for you. along the coastline, low 50s. around the bay, mid to upper 50s. mostly sunny skies, chances are you're in the low to mid-60s by this time. 10:00, mid-50s for the coast. low 60s around the bay. upper 60s inland. if you're going to see the a's play this afternoon, 12:05. mid-60s expected around the coliseum, upper 70s for the lunch hour. along the coastline, mostly
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cloudy and cool the entire day. 60 degrees for pacifica. low 60s in san francisco. giants game a little later this afternoon, a cool, breezy one, so bring along your jacket or hoodie. 77 in redwood city. mid 80s in concord. 89 in antioch. nice and warm inland, but not too hot. temperatures will continue to cool getting into the second half of your weekend. waking up with patchy drizzle this morning, seeing it again tomorrow morning. partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. temperatures may be at their coolest on monday. we begin just a very subtle rebound on tuesday. most of us may not even notice. bigger jump in temps tours comes on wednesday. back to you. a free smoothie gives-away at jamba juice today. participating stores throughout the bay area plan to give free 9 1/2-ounce smoothies to children ages 8 and younger. the deal is from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. jamba juice says children must be present to get that free treat. it is all part of jamba kids
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day to promote good nutrition. pepsi's parent company is announcing it will no longer label its naked juices as all- natural. this comes after a lawsuit revealing the drink's actual components, what the company claimed to be a boost of vitamins is, according to the lawsuit, a combination of synthetic ingredients. "usa today" reports the company is paying $9 million to settle the lawsuit. the fda says it does not have a clear definition of what constitutes a natural product. tame is 8:27. quite an unusual unusual theft in bay area. a cat stolen right out of the owner's locked car. how this surveillance video may help catch the cat napper. >> and how an entangled sea lion was saved. 0!ockñ?çóxo?ñ=çñññçvxqx?ñññ?óioy
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. first a delay, now we could be getting a better idea of when the new opening day will be for the eastern span of the bay bridge. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm maureen naylor. >> and i'm mike mibach. >> next week, we'll know more about the dependability of the bolts of the bay bridge. the bolts will be tested next week under extreme conditions to examine how they hold up to sea water and other conditions. the bolts will be bathed in saltwater to age them, then pressured with a force equal to 10 semi trucks. >> this is a particular test called the stress corrosion test. this test will tell us how long the bolts on the bridge will last under tension in a marine environment. >> while some engineers say corrosion caused previous bolts to fail, further testing has found no problems. officials may decide by the middle of next month when the new eastern span will open.
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the contra costa times reports outside experts will discuss whether installing a temporary fix could allow the bridge to open before contractors finish repairs to faulty bolts. the span was scheduled to open labor day weekend, but an oversight committee pushed it back due to safety concerns. the $5 million celebration to mark the opening has been canceled. this morning, we are learning more about the suspicious device that shut down the bay bridge during the afternoon commute. officials say the device turned out to be a gray pipe that did not pose a threat. yesterday, a passer-by spotted the object near the treasure island off ramp and called 911. the bomb squad responded, shutting down all lanes of the bridge. >> it was something that looked very suspiciously of an explosive device. it was a very suspicious item, gray cylinder. it looked, looked very suspicious. >> the brief closure caused traffic to back up for miles. the commute was especially sluggish because of the giants and a's ball games and the jay-
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z/justin timberlake concert at candlestick park. brentwood police say they have positive leads in a hate crime. someone spray painted racist graffiti on the home on lexington court thursday morning. later that day, someone spray painted a swastika and the words "whites only" in a nearby basketball court. >> we all look out for each other. we have homeowners associations. it's sad. >> brentwood police are calling the incident serious crimes. they say they recovered strong evidence at both scenes and will push for felony charges if they catch the person responsible for the graffiti. police in san francisco are using surveillance video to try and catch a cat thief. it happened thursday night on the corner of polk and broadway. someone smashed through a car window to steal a 12-year-old cat named roxy. police say pet napping in the city are not unheard of, but cat nappings are a rare
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occurrence. carol adamson, the owner of the cat, drove all over the city looking for her 8-pound feline. >> i really feel like i'm her mother and i'm supposed to keep her safe and i didn't. and it's a horrible feeling. >> the police department says they do plan on posting surveillance video online. adamson says she will pay a $500 reward to anyone who can safely return her cat, no questions asked. a homeless man accused of beating a man to death with a bat at a milpitas mall will appear in court on monday. the man hit the victim with the bat 11 times at a great mall sporting goods store last month. the suspect says the victim threatened him with a knife. police will not say what the relationship is between the two men. we are learning more this morning about the death of an infant inside a marysville hotel room. the 11-day-old baby was foundens inside a room at the rio inn motel. deputies say the child was surrounded by drug
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paraphernalia, including syringes, needles, baggies and scales. >> standoffish from the baby. the baby was at the end of the bed and the mom was at the front of the bed where the pillows would be, just like, why does this keep happening! why me! why me! >> police say a 5-year-old boy was also living in the room. the mother of the children has been arrested on felony child endangerment charges. a veteran chp officer has been placed on administrative leave. 47-year-old jeffrey closson was arrested in sacramento on suspicious of inappropriately touching a disabled man. police say he was off duty when he allegedly touched the 22- year-old man in a bathroom at the arden fair mall last month. investigators identified closson as the suspect after looking at surveillance video. negotiations in the bart labor dispute are scheduled to resume tuesday, but there's a new twist. union attorneys accuse bart's lead negotiator of having a conflict of interest. they filed a complaint with the transit board of directors. they say the bart negotiator, thomas hock, may have benefited
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from the strike earlier this month. hock is also the vice president of viola transportation. union attorneys say they obtained invoices showing the company billed $16,000 for helping run shuttle buses during the strike. bart parking fees are set to increase at two oakland stations in a couple of days. 50-cent increase will go into effect on monday at the macarthur and west oakland stations. the daily fiat macarthur will soon be $1.50. the fiat west oakland will be $5.50. paid parking at vallejo stations starts thursday, august 1st in all ferry parking areas. that includes the downtown parking garage, which opened last year. it will cost $5 a day to park your car there. a monthly pass will cost $20. people will be on hand thursday to help drivers navigate the new parking fee machines. supporters of expanding ace train service to central california are hoping a sale tax increase will provide funding. owners could be asked to
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approve a half-cent increase in sales tax next year. officials hope to start service to modesto by 2018 and extend service to turlock and murr said in 2022. drivers in contra costa county should expect delays on marsh creek road. crews with the water district will be putting in pipelines along the stretch between clayton regency mobile home park and royal oaks drive. the project could take three months to complete. most of the work will be sunday through thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. but at times, crews could be working from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. almost 160 acres have been burned by a grass fire in sonoma county. the fire started yesterday around 1:45 in the afternoon along lakeville highway, just southeast of petaluma. calfire, the marin county fire department, and local firemen all came together to contain the flames. authorities say the fire started away from the road on property owned by pegasus ranch. the fire burned 158 acres of dry brush and some eucalyptus trees. no one was hurt. a sea lion rescued by two
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volunteers from sausalito's marine mammal center has been released back into the wild. volunteers were on a training exercise in monterey when they found the adult male sea lion under the monterey wharf with a rubberband around his neck. after a few days of recovery, the animal was released at rodeo beach. >> maybe not the best morning at the beach. if you're going out for a walk, or for a nice job, sure. >> if you like it gray, gloomy- - >> looks like it's breaking up, though! >> yes, we will have mostly sunny skies, in the next hour or two noticing them to clear out. where it may not clear at all, right along the coastline for you today. mostly cloudy and cool. a live look over the pleasant hill area, where you can see low clouds drifting over. and we've got temperatures very similar to yesterday. the cloud deck is similar to yesterday. the onshore breeze, blowing
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that cool marine air in through the delta, even valley for today. here's the system responsible for our cooling trend. it's going to continue to bring us the low clouds, the onshore breeze, and the cooler air into the bay area. the ridge of high pressure pushing off to the east, just a little bit as a result, but over the sierra, we continue with the possibility of thunderstorms for the weekend. so if you're traveling to the sierra, along the ridges and the mountain tops, thunderstorms are in the forecast for the afternoon. here at home, patchy drizzle along the coast, in and around the bay this morning. marine layer, 2000 feet deep. low clouds developing within that marine layer, pushing all the way into areas like vallejo, martinez. livermore reporting mostly cloudy skies. let me show you how widespread it is. from the coast, around the bay, north bay, south bay, pleasanton, livermore. fairfield, danville, concord, antioch, mostly clear skies and a beautiful start to your morning. those of us in the sunshine, upper 50s to low 60s.
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walnut creek right now, 60 degrees for you. 58 in fairfield. widespread 50s around the bay area, and it is a cool, cloudy one at half moon bay at 55 degrees. onshore breeze, fairly light around the bay area. as you get through the delta and fairfield is reporting 25 miles per hour. so again, that cool pacific air, pulling through, and it's going to help us out in the afternoon with the highs. 85 degrees for you today, fairfield. 89 in antioch. 88 livermore. even a bit below average for this time of year. around the bay, a mild one. low 70s at heyward, 69 in oakland if you're going to see the a's play this afternoon. if you're going to gilroy for the garlic festival, mid-80s, so nice and warm, but not too bad. where it could be a little cool and cloudy, along the coast. going to see the giants this evening? 56 degrees at game time, partly cloudy skies, and the westerly breeze will be picking up with the afternoon seabreeze with us this afternoon. great for the berkeley kite fest, but perhaps a little chilly if you're going to see
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the giants play later today. extended forecast, this cooling trend continues into sunday. monday may be the coolest day. little changes into tuesday. then we begin a bigger warmup on midweek wednesday. back to the desk. >> thanks, rosemary. the oakland a's are now up four games in the a.l. west after taking down the angels last night. jed lowry slapping one deep for the solo shot, a's down 2-1. 2nd inning, lowry says keep feeding me the ball! two runs would score. lowry, 3-for-4 on the night, with 3 rbis. 6-4, bartolo colon getting his fourth win. marco scutaro rain glow night last night at the giants game. romo looking for his 25th save, but not quite. brandon belk can't make the routine play, going right through him into the outfield.
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two score on the error. cubs win 3-2. 8:40. we're learning more about san jose state's plans to promote a highly promoted pilot program. what may have contributed to the failure rates of students taking classes online. >> and changes to the starbucks menu. >> here's a live look at the traffic cam on 880 by the oakland coliseum. looks pretty gray, almost blue from this shot. as we mentioned, time for the a's game, 12:05 this afternoon. you'll see where the traffic will be piling up before and after. your time is 8:41. you're watching mornings on 2. look at 'em.
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. a gloomy day over downtown oakland this morning. we will break away to partly cloudy skies and a mild afternoon in store for you. the ohio man who held three women captive for a decade will spend the rest of his life in prison. >> by virtue of the plea, you will not be heading to trial. >> i'm aware of that. >> ariel castro pled guilty to more than 900 counts against
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him including murder and rape. he stunned the court when he suddenly spoke about the daughter he had with one of the victims, amanda berry. >> i miss my daughter very much. >> castro's plea deal calls for a life sentence, plus 1000 years. with that deal, castro avoids the death penalty. san diego's embattled mayor bob filner is promising to get therapy, as he fights calls for his resignation over claims of sexual harassment. >> the behavior i have engaged in over many years is wrong. >> filner says he plans to undergo intensive therapy at a behavioral clinic starting august 5th. the announcement comes after a series of women came forward, claiming he had kissed and groped them and even placed them in head locks. several members of his own party have also called on him to resign. >> my failure to respect women in an intimidating conduct i engaged in at times is
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inexcusable. >> filner says he will be briefed about city operations twice a day while he is at the clinic. the marin republican party is making history with its vote supporting same-sex marriage. it is the first republican central committee in the united states to promote the cause. thursday night at the monthly meeting, the 23-member committee cast their ballots. they also add that it will help attract more voters. members also voted in support of creating a two to three-year strategy that would bring new life into marin's republican party. the gay marriage battle has arrived in oregon. supporters started campaigns across the state yesterday in hopes of securing enough signatures to force a new vote to legalize same-sex marriage. back in 2004, oregonians overwhelmingly voted to change the constitution, saying marriage could only be between a man and a woman, but supporters say a lot has changed since then. >> i have lots of gay friends. i've worked for gay-owned businesses in portland. and i think they should have every right that we have. >> the question is, i think
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whether voters will be sending a message back that says what part of no don't you understand? i voted on this already. >> more than 116,000 ballot signatures are needed to put the issue on oregon's ballot next november. today, pope francis will lead a mass at one of brazil's largest cathedrals. last night, the pope presided over one of the most solemn rites of the catholic church, a procession reenacting christ's crucifiction. he first arrived in a modified pope mobile. other activities for the pope today include a lunch with brazilian cardinals and bishops, then a prayer vigil for young pilgrims as part of world youth day celebrations. earlier, we showed you the president speaking at the korean war anniversary. well, beforehand, he talked about the economy in this morning's weekly address. >> but repealing obama care, gutting critical investments in our future, threatening to default on the bills this country has already racked up, or shutting down the government just because i'm for keeping it open, none of those things add
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up to an economic plan. >> president obama says his focus is to protect the middle class by providing good-paying jobs, a quality education, affordable healthcare, and a secure retirement. he is calling on republicans for by partisanship, to end political bickering in washington. the white house says two guantanamo bay detainees may be sent back to nigeria, after a 30-day waiting period. this would be the first transfer as part of the president's long-promised plan to close guantanamo. there are 166 detainees at the prison. 68 are on a hunger strike to draw attention to their detention without charges. 8:48 now. army private bradley manning's fate is in a military judge's fans. now rallies are planned in support of the controversial soldier in the bay area. today is an international day of action for manning. supporters will be demonstrating at powell and market streets in san francisco and the berkeley main post office, among other locations.
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the former army intelligence analyst has admitted to sending classified information to wikileaks. he faces up to life in prison. we're learning more about what may have contributed to the high failure rate for san jose state's experiment with online learning. los angeles times reports that half the students enrolled in a pilot online learning program had already failed the courses once. the other half were students from an underprivileged oakland high school. the school suspended its online program for the fall semester after half the students enrolled had failed the classes. more than two dozen healthcare workers at ucla have been arrested after staging a sit-in right in the middle of rush hour traffic. police made the arrest after the protesters formed a circle in the street at the busy intersection of westwood and wilshire boulevards. workers say they are protesting stalled contract talks for 12,000 of ucla's patient care technical employees. this morning, the fda is proposing new rules to ensure the safety of foods imported
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from other countries. the proposed rules would require importers to comply with the same standards as u.s. farms and food processing plants. the announcement comes after a multistate outbreak of the food- borne intestinal parasite cyclospora. >> we live in a globalized world and the food supply that americans are consuming is coming from countries, 150 or so, and we need to make sure that, that food that is being put on your table, for your family, is as safe as it can possibly be. >> approximately 15% of foods sold in the u.s. is imported. that includes 30% of fruits and vegetables, and 80% of seafood. starbucks is launching a new fancy food menu to satisfy a more upscale taste. on tuesday, some of the new products will be offered in the los angeles area. the new lineup will feature local ingredients, including some low fat or gluten-free
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items, stuffed with sustainably grown fruit or vegetables. they will be designed to look handmade. french chef riggo is in charge of coming up with the new creations. last year, he sold his bakery to starbucks for $100 million. a new ordinance that will limit donations boxes will go into effect next month. the boxes will only be allowed at churches, libraries, senior centers and parks in approved locations. property owners will need to pay a $1500 application fee. the changes come after complaints that the boxes encouraged illegal dumping, graffiti and scavenging. less than 10 minutes from now, hundreds of children in the south bay plan to start playing sports in an effort to wipe out cancer. the nonprofit group wipeout cancer is holding a sports day for charity. families will be biking, playing volleyball and tackling an obstacle course. this all starts at 9:00 this morning at the community center in campbell.
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. yosemite is unveiling new services this week to help the hearing impaired.
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the park will now offer american sign language videos on its youtube channel. a full-time interpreter will also be in the visitors center throughout the summer. three california camp grounds are closed this morning after a dead squirrel tested positive for the bubonic plague this week. officials are also testing for the presence of the plague at big bear lake, lake arrowhead, and running springs in the san bernardino mountains. >> i could have gone to vegas, but no, i chose the campground, only to be run out by the plague! >> fleas carry the bacteria. bubonic plague has been a concern in northern california when a chip monk in south lake tahoe tested positive for the plague last year. one of the oldest bisons roaming san francisco's golden gate park has died. the 30-year-old guy 30-year- old guy ant had to be put down
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yesterday. bison typically have a life expect attention of 25 years. the bison's longevity can be attributed to the excellent care provided by staff. eight bison now repain in the park. coming up on the 9:00 hour, just talking with rosemary, still waiting for the fog to burn off on this saturday. eventually, we'll see the sun. >> yes, partly cloudy, mostly sunny for inland. around the coast, no such luck. partly to mostly cloudy the entire day. this morning, a little bit of drizzle around the bay area and the coast. let's zoom in closer and show you where the cut-off line is. north bay covered, south bay, covered. os bayshore line, covered in gray. this is where it about stops. cordale shifting out east bay, mostly cloudy. martinez, right on the borderline, maybe partly to mostly cloudy. concord, walnut creek, mostly sunny. just west of lafayette, mostly
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gray. shifting one last time down to the south, pleasanton, livermore, surrounding communities, covered in overcast skies at this hour. so partly cloudy to mostly sunny for your afternoon. temperatures feeling pretty good. mid-70s for novato. upper 60s sausalito. upper 60s, low 70s along the east bayshore line. mid-80s to upper 80s for the inland communities. 86 danville. low 90s in brentwood and that's one of the hotter spots. 84 for gilroy this afternoon, if you're going to the garlic fest. 70s along the peninsula this afternoon. 77 redwood city. 70 degrees san mateo. 62 in the afternoon for san francisco. so if you're going to be tailgating out there for the giants game, it will be mild, but then getting into the evening hours, it's going to cool down. by the way, we start to see sunset about 8:20, 8:25, depending where you're at these days. the extended forecast, cooling trend continues sunday, monday. a slight little warmup on
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tuesday. may not really notice. bigger warmup comes wednesday. >> thanks, rosemary. the san francisco zoo is inviting the public to watch its baby penguins waddle to their new home. traditionally, the march of the penguins is a zoo members-only event. this is the first year the public is invited. five young penguins will be joining the rest of their colony at penguin island. the zoo says the exhibit has been one of its biggest attractions since it started in 1984. all five penguins hatched in early may. meanwhile, the oakland zoo is asking visitors to donate fresh produce to help feed the animals. they are asking for apples, kiwis, carrots and other fruits and vegetables. doors will be opening in a few minutes, at 9:00. the first 250 guests will be getting a golden ticket to spread produce in the elephant exhibit. each person who donates will also get a ticket for a free ride. well, it is a very hot and smelly tradition. we'll take you down to the south bay to see what's cooking at this year's gilroy garlic festival. >> and we're going to bring you
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a live report from outside a movie shoot taking place right now on the streets of san francisco. stay with us.
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. still no deal. why transportation agencies are telling bart riders to prepare for another strike. >> you have the thanks of a
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grateful nation. and your shining deeds will live now and forever. >> the president pays tribute to the brave americans who fought in the korean war. >> and a hollywood movie shoot on the streets of san francisco this morning. we will show you the set up here on broadway and we will tell you about the scenes. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> and good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday july 27th. the last saturday of july. >> just about over. we want to get to rosemary for the final weekend of july to see how it'll be. sounds cooler. >> yeah. temperatures will be running below average in time for the last weekend. we start at this cooling trend yesterday. today slightly cooler. sunday will be the coolest day of the weekend. i will show you these numbers coming up. >> thank you. happening today, law
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enforcement in the east bay are bracing for more violent demonstrations. oakland police are trying to avoid a repeat of vandalism that followed a quittal of george zimmerman. oakland police plan to step up patrols today. the department said it's aware of several demonstrations including a rally for martin scheduled for this afternoon. officers say they are prepared if protests start to get out of hand. leaders and community members say they have had enough of the violence. councilmember wants the city to declare a state of emergency making easier to receive financial and police aid from the county, state and federal government. the announcement comes days after an 8-year-old and a 66- year-old dog sitter were shot and killed in separate incidents. >> i don't walk around the neighborhood anymore. i'm kind of scared to walk by myself. who knows, somebody going to do the same thing to you. >> reporter: residents of the
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maxwell park neighborhood are discussing hiring private security a block party is scheduled for later this morning near the home of the woman shot and killed on tuesday. >> there is a new search this morning for a missing 21-month- old girl in oakland. the family of daphne webb plan to hand out flyers, they will also canvas her mother's neighborhood. her father reported her missing on july 10th. other family members haven't seen her since late june. >> negotiations in the bart labor dispute are going to begin tuesday but attorneys accuse bart's negotiate ear of having a conflict of interest. they filed a complaint saying thomas hawk may have benefit from the strike earlier this month. he is also the vp of the transportation. union attorneys say they have invoices showing the company billed $16,000 for helping run shuttle buses during the
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strike. >> if he has a financial interest in provoking a strike and a prolonged strike, at that, that is directly in conflict with his duty to bargin in food faith. >> they were our source of transit buses and we were trying to provide accessibility on short notice. >> reporter: and bart said it doesn't believe there is a conflict. they said he didn't operate the buses but worked as a broker and is only getting $500 in fees. bart board member said she doesn't think there is a conflict but said the board should talk to an attorney about the issue. >> new, as we brought you live in the last hour here on mornings on 2 the president is taking part in a ice rvto remember the 60th anniversary of the end to the korean war the president currently at the veterans memorial at the national mall in washington. he will lay a wreath to honor
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those killed during the war. he said america will never forget their sacrifice. >> the guns of war thunder no more. along the jagged front men came out from their muddy trenches, a marine raised raised his bugle and played taps >> more than 36,000 americans were killed in the fighting. the president is also recognizing the al lies that provide support in the war. a korean war memorial is coming to the presidio. a dedication ceremony is planned for 10:00 it morning. it'll be built near lincoln boulevard near the entrance to the national cemetery. the dedication marked the 60th versiony of the end of the war. >> a hacker has died.
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>> this video shows barnaby jack. he was set to speak at the 2013 conference next week but the 35- year-old was found dead in his apartment thursday night. police have ruled out foul play. >> an 18-year-old has been arrested in connection with a crash that killed a bicyclist in pleasanton. cody hawes is being held at jail in dublin on charges of manslaughter and reckless driving. the accident killed a dublin woman and injured her husband. they also arrested her father who they say is a convicted felon while serving a search warrant. the san francisco chronicle reports police found two illegal assault weapons and thousands of rounds of am ammunition. >> parts of san francisco will be taken over by primates.
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its part of the latest planet of the apes film. we are live where little hollywood has come to town. >> reporter: good morning. the film crew shooting scenes for the dawn of the planet of the apes. it's the sequel to the rise of the planet of the apes. you can see the set up. it's drawing quite a crowd. if you look down to the right you can see people, probably tourists taking shots of this set up that the crews have put together. obviously the proper department hard at work. one woman asked me what happened and we had to let her know this is all for a movie that's being shot today. filming will start early this afternoon here at this location and i'm told there are several other locations where they will shoot. that means expect traffic tie ups. we see police in position to make -- to shut down some of the streets in this area. you want to be aware of that.
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this whole set up here is certainly drawing a crowd this morning. a lot of people watching and a short time ago we talked to one man visiting from spain. >> i didn't know what it was about. just the camera what was about because i thought -- couldn't be something real should be some advertisement or a movie. that's why i'm taking pictures to say i saw how they work filming this. >> reporter: bring you back out here live you can see a trio of wrecked cars here including that san francisco police cruiser that looks like it's seen better days. obviously they -- this is all for a scene in the movie. we don't know what scene is taking place. the crews being sort of quiet on what will be shot here. obviously they will shoot one of the scene here this afternoon, several other locations where they are shooting for the dawn of the planet of the apes. also parking issues.
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cars not allowed to stop in certain areas and i'm told along with these locations there will be scenes shot at san francisco city hall tomorrow. live in san francisco, alex savage. >> cool shot here of a barge out into the bay area where -- all right, you have at&t park back there. thank you show director. we have mostly gray skies from the most inside the bay and into our valley this morning. the marine layer right about 2,000 feet deep and the low clouds, in -- with in that layer pushing all the way inland this morning. i want to start with the winds because that on shore breeze, 21 miles an hour in fairfield has dropped off just a little bit but still fairly robust. through the delta we are seeing the low clouds. meanwhile i'm seeing gusty conditions in the hills.
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over the hilltops areas like mount diablo reporting gusts of 20 miles an hour. the low clouds being pushed inland and across portions of the inland east bay. we have mostly cloudy skies in to livermore. we will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny for the afternoon. the next hour or two we will start to see the clouds thin out and break away. we will stay mostly cloudy along the coastline. 62 right now fairfield. 66napa still a cool morning over parts of the north bay. mid50s santa rosa. 60s redwood. 64 mountain view, 61 san jose, the last half hour we have headed to the peninsula. this time we will head east where -- 58orinda, low 60s pittsburgh. and pleasanton. mostly cloudy and low 60's outside your door. backing it up the ridge of high pressure that brought us the heat early in the week now starting to shift just a little bit. if you are going to the sierra the possibility of
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thunderstorms up and down the sierra. for the afternoon, it'll be over the sierra, along the mountain tops, that's a plan for it. this is the system here that it'll continue the on shore breeze. the cooler air and the temperatures below average for this time of year. tomorrow we will be cooler than what we get for today. also want to pull a little farther west. test on the tropical storm, the winds 65 miles an hour. it's macing tracks toward the hawaii islands and monday night into tuesday it'll weaken but take a look, it crosses over the islands at about the 40 miles an hour. when it does so it'll be just a very weak storm, maybe depression if you but if you are planning to head in it direction that's something to plan for as well. afternoon highs at home under mostly sunny skies, 74 san rafael. low 60s in san francisco. mid to upper 80s for the inland east bay, livermore, into the -- if you are checking in about
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78, today a few degrees cooler than yesterday. tomorrow a few degrees cooler than today. the coolest will be monday. little change on tuesday. a bigger rebound in temperatures coming on wednesday. we will have a look at lunchtime numbers coming up. >> new information about a deadly standoff in south florida. what neighbors are saying about the apartment complex shooting that ended with several hostages dead. >> and a high bay area soldier earned one of the nation's top honors. >> and where children can get a cool treat all for free today.
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. a link look at the mostly sunny skies over mount diablo. the on shore breeze gusting to about 18 miles an hour. we are getting new information out of south south florida where a gunman shot and killed six hostages before being shot and killed. police are still investigating the motive for the situation. neighbors say that the gunman lived in the building but police at this point are not confirming that. we are also following news in egypt where close to 40 have been killed in overnight clashes between protesters and police. the violence a day after hundreds of thousands of people took part in rallies.
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witnesses say police used tear gas to stop protesters approaching a bridge and then fired on demonstrators. the muslim brotherhood said as many as 70 have been killed. in morning came word the operator of the bullet train that derailed in spain is being held on suspicious of negligent homicide. the derailment killed 78. he will be charged with reckless homicide. spain's minister said evidence shows that the operator was at fault. investigators are studying the train's data recorder to determine if the train was going to fast when it hit a curve on the track. >> new, a teen girl has been named as a new defendant in a civil lawsuit in connection to the death of a saratoga teen, she was a 15-year-old who committed suicide. her family said she became distraught after three teen boys assaulted her at a part .
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photographs then circulated through her school. the family said the female defendant tried to cover up the incident including hiding her role in what happened. >> california officials say violent crime in the state is up, however, crime rates remain at historic lows. the crime in california report tallied 160,000 violent crimes last year, a 3% increase from 2011 when there were 15 5,000. the state points out the figures half of what crime levels were at 20 years ago. a new study had revealed fremont is the second safest city in the united states.irvine was first. the fbi based it on populations more than 200,000. fremont is one of six california cities on the list but is the only one in the bay area. the website business insider reports fremont has a murder rate 81% below the national average. >> the faa certified two types
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of drnes for civilian use. the faa said one will watch whales and the other will be used in emergency responses to oil spills. drone use has previously been limited to government agencies. >> the air force said its facing a shortage of fighter pilots. they have created a retention program to keep the pilots it does have from leaving. the air force said it'll be short 700 fighter pilots during the next decade. they say pilots will get $25,000 for every year that they stay in service. that offer goes up to nine years and 22 5,000 dollars. the air force said some reasons for the shortage include commercial airlines offering higher salaries and fighter pilot fatigue after years of war in iraq and afghanistan. >> next month a united states army soldier will receive one of the military's highest honors. the video shows a taliban
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attack on an eastern afghanistan out post. close to 400 staged an aassault on 53 troops while eight men died others are receiving honors tye carter, a member of b troop will be honored. >> every kind of weapon they were throwing at us. we hadn't seen that before. >> the sergeant will receive the medal of honor recognized for risks i had life to save others while being pinned down by enemy fire. he also killed enemy troops, resupplied ammunition and gave first aid. the medal has been given to 3400 people since 1863. >> we first reported the lincoln memorial was vandalized. now a private group is asking for donations to help with the cheap up. the national parks foundation said vandalism is a common happening. you can help by texting parks
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to 90999. a one time donation of ten dollars will be added to your phone bill. >> more than 100,000 people are expected in gilroy for the well known garlic festival. there is food from more than 60 vendors, selling everything from garlic bread to garlic flavored ice cream. they will also compete for a 5,000 dollar prize in a cook off. >> came down for the weekend and this has been on my bucket list for 35 years. we are here. >> the festival has raised more than $9 million for community groups in its 35 year history. you should expect heavy traffic. we have posted details about all the events around the bay area. go to ktvu.com and click on the weekend extra tab. a free smoothy give away at yjamba juice. participates stores will give them out to children eight and younger. the deal is on from 11 to 4 in the afternoon.
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they said children must be present to get that free treat. it is part of jamba kids day. >> two of the biggest names in the music scene leaving their park on candlestick park. >> the low clouds clearing. temperatures slowly rising. what you can expect for the afternoon coming up.
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no . the stadium will soon be torn down for a shopping seven tore. the venue commonly known as the stick is enjoying big names in it's final months. last night justin timberlake and jay z rocked the stage. >> this is like great. big, real big, real real big.
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>> i love the history at candlestick. i hate the traffic. it's the worst part. parking. >> while parking may be frustrating fans agree once it's gone the stick will be missed. san francisco chronicle is reporting crews will blow it with in weeks of the final touchdown next season. >> police trying to catch a cat thief. happened thursday night at the corner of polk and broadway. someone smashed through a car window to steal a 12-year-old cat. pet nappings aren't unheard of but cat napping is rare. yesterday the owner drove all over the city looking to her pet. >> i really feel like i'm her mother and i'm supposed to keep her safe and i didn't. it's a horrible feeling. >> investigators say they do plan to post the surveillance video online. the woman will pay a reward to
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anyone who can return her catalanotto questions asked >> a bank said a faulty program is to blame for repossessing the wrong house. a woman returned home after a vacation to find her property missing, the locks changed, she wants $18,000 to replace everything but said the bank is asking her to show receipts for everything that is missing. >> we had a seven piece patio set out here, all of that's gone. this was full of toyota engines. >> the bank said the items she is reporting don't match up with their records of what was removed. >> the skies over the park will be filled with kites today. this weekend is the 28th year of the kite festival. it includes workshops on making kites, kite flying lessons, also a championship
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competition. >> always a good scene. lot of colorful kites, go check in with rosemary to see if there will be enough wind. >> i think so. it'll be a great day for kite flying. we have that on shore breeze. it'll be strengtheninger. interest it's robust, 20 to 25- mile an hour winds reported but as we know that cool pacific air blowing through the delta is what helps to off set the heat. we are starting off widespread 50s to low 60's. a few hours reporting upper 60s to low 70s. going to feel quite nice in most cases, we will stay mostly cloudy and cool. inland, 70s to near 80 degrees for your lunch hour. it'll be nice and for the bay area, widespread, mid, perhaps a few upper 60's in time for lunch and this is what you expect for the second half of the day. 62 san francisco, mid70's in
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mountain view, upper 70's san jose, a lot going on. the giants play today, the a's, sonoma at the raceway. we have races going on there. it's just a great day to be outside. if you are going to be close to the coast bring along the jacket. tomorrow will be even cooler. monday the coolest day. temperatures try to rebound on tuesday. we may not notice so much but by wednesday a warm up. temperatures back into the upper 80's. 70s round the bay. 60's at the coast. >> concern over medical natural practice. why some doctors say a planned change could make your costs shoot through the roof. >> and quite the rescue by the marine mammal center. how it was able to save a sea lion.
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. bay area drivers preparing for the pocket of another jam packed commute. >> negotiations in the bart labor dispute are scheduled to resume tuesday but attorneys accuse bart's negotiate or of having a conflict of interest. they say thomas hawk may have benefit from the strike. he is the vice president of a transportation company. leaders say they show that the company billed 16,000 for helping run shuttle buses during the strike but bart says
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there is no conflict adding that he is a broker only receiving $500 in administrative fees. bart parking fees are set to increase at two oakland stations. a 50-cent increase on monday at the mcarthur and west oakland stations. the daily fee at mcarthur will soon be $1.50 vallejo will be charging, start charging for parking in some locations next week. paid parking starts thursday august 1st in all ferry parking areas. that includes the downtown parking garage which opened last year. it'll cost five dollars a day to park. a monthly pass will cost 20. people will be on hand thursday to help drivers navigate the new parking fee machines. >> we are learning more about the suspicious device that shut down the bay bridge during the afternoon commute. it turned out to be a gray pipe. a passerby spotted the object
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near the treasure island off ramp. the bomb squad responded shutting down all lanes of the bridge. >> it was something that looked suspiciously of an explosive device. it was a very suspicious item. a gray cylinder. it looked very suspicious. >> the closure caused traffic to back up for miles. the drive was especially sluggish because of the giants and a's ball game and the concert out at the stick. next week we will know more about the dependability of the bolts for the bay bridge. engineers will test them under extreme conditions to look at how they would hold up to sea water and other stresses. they will be bathed in salt water to age them and then pressured with a force equal to ten semi-trucks. >> this is essentially an outdoor testing lab. this is for a particular test called a stress corrosion test. it'll tell us how long the bolts on the bridge will last under tension in a marine
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environment. >> while some say it caused previous bolts to fail further testing has found in problems. they may decide by the middle of next month when the new span will open. outside expects will chris if installing a temporary fix could let the bridge open before repairs are gun. the span was scheduled to open labor day weekend but a committee pushed back the date because of safety concerns. >> supporters of a ace train -- are hoping a sales tax increase will provide funding. workers could be asked to approve a half percent increase next year. officials hope to start service to modesto by 2018 and they said service to turlock and merced by 2022. a jury has sentenced a vallejo woman to life in prison for murdering her son's father. she was convicted of shooting
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andrew green to death in 2010. prosecutors said she killed him because she was upset over their failed relationship. the case was a retrial. the jury deadlocked in the previous trial. >> a man accused of beating a man to death with a bat is scheduled to appear in court on monday. the man hit the victim 11 times at a sporting goods store last month. he said the victim threatened him with a knife. police have not said if a knife was found at the scene or what the relationship was between the two men. >> we are learning more this morning about the death of aclu a baby in a hotel. the 11 day old baby was found wednesday. the child was surrounded by drug items. >> stand of from the baby -- the baby at the end of the bed and the mom was at the front of bed where the pillows would be just like why does this keep happening, why me, why me, why
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me. >> a 5-year-old was also staying in the room. the mother has been arrested on felony child endangerment. >> caps, limiting the amount of money patients can collect for medical malpractice may be be eliminated. a push to collect signatures is underway. voters want to change the law that caps damages for pain and suffering. they want voters to decide whether to restructure you're the law. opponents are saying removing could cost billions. >> taken out of the health care system and into the pockets of the trial lawyers, it count be at a worst time. >> supporters need half a million signatures to qualify for the ballot. if it gets there they say to expect an enxpensive and emotion alley election battle. >> first of it's kind event is set to start in 30 minutes. it'll take place from ten until two in the afternoon at the six
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flags discovery kingdom in vallejo. it's a day for people to stand up to against marine mammal capt ivity. a sea lion rescued by volunteers has been released back into the wild. volunteers were on a training exercise in monterey when they found an adult male under the wharf with a rubber band around its neck. vets removed the band and after a few days the animal was released. >> san diego mayor is promising to get therapy as he fights calls for him to resign over claims of sex harassment. >> the behavior i have engaged in over many years is wrong. >> he said that he plans to have therapy at a clinic starting august 5th. the announcement after a series of women claimed he had kissed and touched them and even placed them in head locks.
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several members of his own party called on him to resign. >> my failure to respect women, and the intimidating conduct i engaged in at times is inexcusable. >> he said he will be brief on operations while at the clinic. >> a party making history with votes on same sex marriage. it's the first committee to promote the cause. thursday night at the monthly meeting the 23 member committee cast their ballots to try to attract more voters. they also voted in support of creating a strategy to bring new life into the republican party. the gay marriage battle has arrived in oregon. supporters started campaigning across the state yesterday in hopes of securing enough signatures to force a new vote. in 2004 oregon voted to change the constitution saying marriage could only be between a man and a woman.
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supporters say a lot has changed since then. >> i have lots of gay friends, very worked for gay owned businesses and i think 42 should have every right we have. >> the question suicide prevention think whether voter -- will send a message back saying what part of no don't you understand? >> more than 100,000 signatures needed to put the issue on the ballot next november. >> today the pope will lead a mass at one of brazil's largest cathedrals. last night he preside over a procession redoing christ's death. he arrived in a pope mobile. other activities for the pope include a lunch with the cardinals and bishops and then a prayer vigil for young pilgrims as part of world youth day celebrations. >> starting with the gray look at the day over the oakland area.
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you can see the coliseum. it's a great day for a ball game. our temperatures will be running a little on the cool side for this time of year. a look at the system that remains off the coast. this will continue to see that cool air in to the area. the on shore breeze continues and the marine layer around 2,000 feet. the low clouds that have developed with in that marine layer stretching through the bay and this to the valleys. this is the trend we will see for today. it'll continue for tomorrow. again we will going to be below average for this time of year i want to show you the one hour time l aps e. this is the course of the hour from the last hour until now and you can see those low clouds starting to thin out. we are on our way to partly cloudy skies for the second half of the morning and into the afternoon mostly sunny. at least away from the coastline? partly to mostly cloudy and we will stay cool.
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meanwhile around the bay it'll be mild and for the inland it'll be warm but it'll be enjoyable. it'll not be to hot. the temperatures at this hour. 55 santa rosa. mostly gray. 356napa. 57 san francisco. by the way the low clouds, causing delays at the sfo. if you know someone flying in, some of those arriving flights are showing about an hour delay. 59 for oakland. 61 haywood, 61 san jose, afternoon highs for today shaving off a few degrees from yesterday. mid-70s never do, low 70s kent field. under partly cloudy skies, to the east bay, 69 for you oakland. if you are going to see the a's play, 77 castro valley. upper 80's to low valleys. nice and warm enough for a swim party. 78 for san jose, we have 84 for gilroy. a nice warm one for the garlic festival. 77 redwood. 62 san francisco. if you are going to play there
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-- bring along the jacket. the on shore breeze will strengthen for the afternoon. that sea breeze will make it a perfect day for kite flying in berkeley. the extended forecast here, temperatures will continue to cool, tomorrow will be the coolest day of the weekend and then we see a slight drop in temperatures as we get back back to work on monday. change on tuesday, we start to see the summer like heat return to the area by midweek wednesday. back into the upper 80s. low to mid70 he around the bay. i will have a look at lunchtime numbers coming up. >> aheads up for drivers downtown san rafael. several streets will be closed for the twilight bike race. they include parts of 4th street, 5th and a, b and c and d streets. raisers travel at 30 miles an hour or more as they complete laps around a course. those streets will be closed from 1:30 this afternoon to 10:00 tonight. >> visitors to san francisco will be exposed to quite a
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sight today. the world naked bike ride. it's set to get started at 11 this morning. similar events will be held across the country. riders want to race awareness of biking. >> a warning for people who take vitamins. which the fda said contains dangerous steriods. >> and san francisco's north beach neighborhood feels like hollywood. a crew is on scene. they are setting up a film shoot. we will tell you about the different locations they will shoot in later today and some of the traffic trouble that could come along with it. [ male announcer ] with at&t, you're sure to get a better bundle.
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pyramid you can see the top of that covered in fog this morning. >> army private bradley manning's fate is now in a military judge's hand. rallies planned in support of the soldier. he has admitted to sending classified information to wikileaks. today is a day of action for manning. supporters will demonstrate in several places around the bay area including pal and market streets in san francisco and the berkeley main post office. people who say they are against the closure of the berkeley main post office will make their voices heard. they plan to protest outside the historic post office at one this afternoon. the service is moving forward with plans to sell the building to a private buyer. the agency said it's losing millions and has to close postal, facilities. >> the president is using his weekly address to talk about the economy. >> appealing obama care, gutting critical investments in
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our future. threatening to default on the bills the country has wracked up. shutting down the government because i'm for keeping it open . none of those things add up to an economic plan. >> the president said his focus is protect the middle class by providing good jobs, health care and secure retirement. he is calling on republicans for a end to the bickering in washington. the white house said two detainees may be sent back to algeria. the transfer could happen after a 30 day waiting period. this would be the first transfer as part of the president's long promise plan to close the bay. there are 166 detainees at the prison. 68 of them are on a hunger strike to draw attention to their detention without charges >> let's recap our top stories. today marks the 60th anniversary of the end of the korean war. two and a huff million died in the fighting in 15 minutes the
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presidio will hold the dedication ceremony union attorneys are accusing the lead e negotiate ear of having a conflict of interest. they say thomas hawk may have benefited from the strike. they say the company billed $16,000 for helping run shuttle buses during the walk out but bart says there is is no conflict. they said he didn't operate the buses but served as a broker and is only getting $500. another episode in the planet of the apes film series is being shot here. the first film was released in 1968 while the last came out more than 40 years later. alex live for us this morning in san francisco's north beach where filming for that newest movie is already getting started. >> reporter: yeah. the crew here has a pretty big set up going on. we are on columbus near broadway and as you can see,
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this scene here is drawing quite a crowd. a lot of people stopping to take pictures, some confused, one asked me what was going on. she thought maybe there was an accident or fire or something. no, this is all just a little bit of hollywood magic. the props folks have been out since early this morning setting up all these judged cars, including that burned out san francisco police cruiser. this is to film scene from the dawn of the planet of the apes. the filming will start here at this particular location early in the afternoon is what i'm told. there are several other locations where they are shooting other scenes. i will show you what things looked like all morning long as people stopped to take pictures and soak in this scene here. not something you see often here in san francisco. you do want to expect some traffic tie ups because as part of this film shoot there will be street closures on
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california and columbus throughout the day and throughout the afternoon. several this whole set up drawing a lot, a bit of hollywood here in san francisco. >> definitely kind of -- new for me. nice to see that we have something going on in san francisco. >> and with this film shoot again there are multiple locations all round north beach. another thing, i want to show you here. there are signs set up. the police department has put up a lot of the no stopping signs throughout the area. you don't want to park in these areas because they want to keep the streets clear. several locations they will shoot here in north beach. they go until about two this afternoon and i'm told there will also be another scene shot at san francisco city hall tomorrow. we are live this morning in san francisco. alex savage. >> warning this morning for people who take vitamin b. the fda is warning people to avoid
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one from healthy life saying it could contain steriods. officials say the company's b50 vitamins tested positive for them. they are sometimes used illegally by body builders. neither is listed on the product's labeling. the fda said users have reported fatigue, pain and thyroid problems. >> the fda is proprosing new rules for foods imported to you other countries. imports would have to comply with the same stand arts as the united states. the announcement after a outbreak of a parasite. >> we live in a global world and the food supply that americans are consuming is coming from countries, 150 or so and we need to make sure that foods that -- is being put on your table for your family is as cuevas it can be.
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>> approximately 15% of food sold in the united states is imported. that includes 40% of fruits and vegetables. >> time for ticket saturday. today you have a chance to win a pair of tickets to great america. park is home to the new gold striker roller coaster. it's the tallest and fastest in northern california. for your chants to win go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word, it's thrill. >> new concerns about the plague. how it's spreading and the warning for visitors to several popular parks. >> cooler days are in for your bay area weekend.
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. more than 150 acres burned in a grass fire. it started around 1:45 around lakeview highway.
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cal fire the man rain fire department and others worked to contain the flames. authorities say it started away from the road on property owned by pegasus ranch. the fire burned dry brush and trees, nobody was hurt. one of the oldest bisons in golden gate park has died. the 30-year-old giant had to be put down yesterday. vets say her health had been declining since wednesday. biso, in normally live 25 years. san francisco's zoo chief said it was because of the great care provided by staff. eight bison remain at the park. >> three campgrounds are closed this morning after a dead squirrel tested positive for the plague. public health officials closed the camps. they are also testing for the presence of the plague at big bear lake, lake arrowhead and
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running springs. >> i could have gone to vegas but i chose the campground only to be run out by the plague. >> inflected fleas carry it. it's also been a concern in northern california. a chip marching in south lake tahoe tested positive. new services this week to help the hearing impaired. the park will offer american sign language videos on its youtube channel. >> a new ordinance will limit donation boxes in alameda set to go into effect next month. the boxes will be banned in unincorporated areas and only allowed at churches, libraries, senior centers and parks in approved locations. property owner also have to pay a 1,500-dollar application fee. the changes after complaints that they encouraged illegal dumping, grafitti and svac
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enging. baby penguins are on their way to their new home. they are holding their march as we speak. five are going to join the rest of their colony at penguin island. its been one of the biggest attractions since it started in 1984. all the five hatched in early may. the oakland zoo is asking visitors to donate fresh produce to help feed the animals, they are asking for apples, and other fruits and vegetables. the doors open early at nine. the first 250 were receiving a golden ticket each person who donates produce will get a ticket for a free ride. >> san jose's joey chestnut has another championship under his belt. he downed 179 chicken wings, beats my personal best of five in just ten minutes at a hooter's world wing eating championship. it's the second time he has won. he won the hot dog eating
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contest on the 4th of july as he has done so. >> only five. you can do more. >> one day. >> want to be safe. >> let's look at the weather. >> okay. we have a pretty afternoon. at least for most of us. mostly sunny at the coast we will be cloudy and cool at this hour. low 50s at the coast. upper 50s around the bay and some of us with sun inn land east bay areas, warming into the mid60s at this hour. for the next hour, temperatures will be in the upper 60s for the inland and then notice by lunchtime you are into the upper 70's to near 80. that's for the lunch hour. around the bay in time for the lunch hour mid60s expected and for the afternoon temperatures a few degrees cooler than yesterday. mid to upper 80's for the warmest location cans, 60's to low to mid-70s. warmer in redwood, the extended forecast shows you the cooling trend will continue. tomorrow will be the coolest day of the weekend. cool back to work on monday and
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then we work back up. >> i know you said this but we were talking about the garlic festival. normally its always in the 90s. >> going to be warm but not bad. >> no the as bad as usual. thank you. >> that's going to do it for us. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> and be sure to join us for our next newscast after ufc. we will have more on the protest outside the berkeley post office. we leave you with a live look at the kite festival underway in berkeley. have a fantastic saturday everybody. thank you for watching. >> good-bye. what makes the sleep number store different?
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