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white male were stabbed near stanon and hate streets near golden gate park. both victims were taken to san francisco general hospital. police say they are looking for two suspects. one described as a heavy african american male with dread locks. the other is an african american male who is wearing a white hooded sweatshirt. they fled the scene in a maroon car. police are looking for the gunman who opened fire on the man sitting in his car. claudine wong joins us from the scene. >> reporter: if you look behind me you can see the crime tape still sitting out here on the street. police left within the last hour. i have been talking to them about what they know about what happened. here's what we know. they were out here over night for hours progressing the scene and there were multiple crime scenes. they got calls around 2:00 last night. neighbors hearing lots of gunshots. we talked to one woman who said
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she heard at least three. thought they were fire crackers or fire works of some sort. police got out here and found a victim shot multiple times. they thought he may have driven here after he was shot. >> we are working multiple crime scenes. it does look like the area where the victim is found was not where he was shot. >> reporter: they were out here for hours processing the scene. at this point they do not have a suspect description. they don't have any witnesses that we know of that actually saw the gunman or shooters leaving the scene. we are asking anyone with information to come forward. as far as the victim what we know about him he is in his 30s, lives in hayward but does not live in the neighborhood where the shooting happened. as far as we know. he's in intensive care in
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critical condition. certainly at this point watching his condition very closely and talking to neighbors as they wake up. one woman told me she heard the sound of gunshots. didn't know what it was until she heard the sound of police cars. police are looking for the person accused of an attack at san moe say -- san jose state university. a 22-year-old man walking with friends near the science building got into an argument with another man at about 8:30. there was a fight and the other man reportedly slammed the victim's face into the sidewalk and then ran off. ktvu janine de la vega will have more on the search for the suspect and the victim coming up at the top of the hour. contract talks and the bart labor dispute will resume at 9:00 this morning. negotiators are trying to reach a deal before the sunday night strike deadline. the three big issues on the table which are wages, pensions, and health care
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benefits. union leaders are strongly denying management's claim it had sweetened its numbers. >> the numbers that they have been giving the public and press are false. they are not true. >> doubling our salary proposal, slashing the medical proposal in half, i would say we are not getting anywhere. >> transit experts say a second bart strike next week would be far worse than the first one earlier this month. the number of overall workers will be higher than over the july 4th week. the bad memories of the first strike earlier this month is still fresh in their minds and commuters are painfully aware that losing bart cost them time and money. >> what are we going to do about child care and gas? >> the possibility of another strike just makes me so anxious. thinking about it. i just remember the last time
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it was a horrible experience. >> commuters are hoping the two sides will reach a deal before sunday night's deadline. if there is no agreement they hope there will be another contract extension or possibly a cooling off period to keep the bart trains running. stay with ktvu for a bart labor dispute. you can also follow us online and on twitter. facing heavy pressure. the california public utilities commission is proposing new rules for regulating ride sharing services. the state says companies such as lift, side car, and uber are under its jurisdictions. they concluded the services must be licensed. proposals include requiring drivers to under go criminal background checks. there would be zero tolerance for drug and alcohol. they also need an insurance of a minimum of $1 million.
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san francisco cab drivers are protesting ride sharing startups. they blasted their horns outside the cpuc office near city hall. the drivers see the smart phone enabled ride share services as illegal taxis that steal their business. >> unfair regulations, unfair competition. that covers their passengers in an event of an accident. >> they believe ride share drivers should go by the same rules as cab drivers. but the cpuc wants to regulate them in a new category called transportation regulation. it could pass the proposal at a meeting on september 5th. time is 4:35. there new rules. the faa won't let the airlines land at the same time another jet is landing on the parallel runway. pilots for u.s. airlines may
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still land side by side. since the asiana crash, safety regulators have been focusing on foreign airlines and how often they call up a landing and make a second attempt. surveillance in the city despite strong opposition. supporters of the technology say it would help police respond to crimes, terrorism, and natural disasters. >> i think it's very important because this is about public safety. public safety for the community and our first responders. >> privacy advocates say the lack of rules about how long data would be restored would
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turn the city into a police state. william braton raised the surveillance in may saying it would help. 23-year-old barry white has been charged with killing two employees at the victoga gold jewelry store and seriously injuring the owner. he said he thought he had been overcharged for an item he recently purchased. cindy chavez is the apparent winner of the runoff election. with 100% of precincts reporting chavez has 55% of the vote. santa claire rap county registrar voters still need to certify the results. the winner will replace disgraced supervisor george
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shirakawa. he resigned after using taxpayer money to fuel his gambling habit. time is 4:37. moi voice is struggling. >> i can hear it. >> hopefully the traffic won't be struggling. >> brian, i feel your pain. welcome back pam, by the way. let's take a look at what we have now. traffic is moving along pretty well around the bay area on 80 westbound as you drive out to the mccarthur maze with until major problems. also the morning commute looks pretty good on westbound bay bridge. coming up to the toll plaza. it is nice so this early hour right now shows us some pretty good roads as you can see right for yourself. northbound 280 in san jose that traffic is also off to a good start getting up to highway 17. it's 4:38 let's go to steve. thank you, sal. good morning, everybody. very similar pattern here and not much changing. a little system go by yesterday. others had sunshine and warm
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temps. if you are far enough inland you can get to the 80s. we have a lot of low clouds and fog. gusts 36 top travis. that is a little stronger than yesterday. some areas did warm up. 50s on the temps or near 60. 28 that is stronger than yesterday. i think yesterday at this time it was 20. that is a sign yesterday was decreased. i think today will cool down a little bit. but more of a westerly breeze for most. san jose is picking up an easterly breeze. 54 in tahoe. sacramento at 56. a system that will move into the pacific northwest and northern california late tonight and tomorrow. cool coast. warm inland. there is a westerly breeze in place or our winds if you will. 80s inland. 60s and 70s by the bay. 60s or very, very low 70s. hazy and warm inland. some of that smoke is still filtering in. fog near the coast. 60s and 70s and 80s. some locations still getting on the warm side. these are pretty close to
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seasonal averages for some. a little cooler on thursday. and rebound it. temperatures getting in the mild to warm category away from the coast. time is 4:39. and just about 90 minutes from now pg&e plans to turn the gas back on in a mountain view neighborhood after a gas leak last night. around 9:00 p.m. crews capped the leak of a four inch wide line on charleston road near san antonio road. seven businesses lost gas service. they included a nearby orchard supply, taco bell, and kfc. 4:40 is the time right now. anthony weiner says the race for new york mayor should not be about him. the latest television ad to save his political career. plus allegations against tsa airport screeners. the crimes they are accused of committing against unsuspecting passengers. good morning. westbound 24 the traffic looks
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good heading out toward the caldecott tunnel. we will tell you more straight ahead.
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good morning. not much change. temperatures inland will be in the warm to hot category. those closer to the coast cool to mile. strong storms near tampa bay, florida combined to form this waterspout. waterspout looks like a tornado but is weaker and straight and only appears over water. the storm hit yesterday evening and brought thunder and high winds. national weather service says the waterspout lasted about 15 minutes. minor damage was reported. new this morning the report says the number of tsa agents caught stealing, sleeping on the job, and letting people bypass security is on the rise. the tsa investigated more than 89,000 case -- 9,000 cases of alleged conduct for security
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screeners since 2010. that is a 26% increase in three years. in spain investigators say the train driver in last week's deadly crash was on the phone with a colleague when it happened. the black box recorder shows the operator hit the break seconds before the train went off the tracks. the train was going almost twice the speed limit when it derailed. 79 people died and many more were injured. today is the sentencing for bradley manning. manning is accused of leaking more than 700,000 government documents to the website wikileaks. yesterday he was found not guilty of aiding the enemy. that charge carried the possibility of life in prison without parole. he was found guilty of 20 other charges under the espionage act. following the verdict manning supporters gathers in san
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francisco. >> we are all bradley manning. >> this rally was held at powell and market streets. people here say manning is a whistle blower and should not be considered a trader. they say the government is taking away people's rights especially when it comes to surveillance. >> it's becoming so huge now that they are targeting the press. they are targeting individuals who say things on the internet even if they are not threatening anybody. you can't even be mad anymore. >> yesterday's rally will not be the last. they will closely watch the sentencing hearing which begins today. >> some say if private manning can be convicted so should julian assange. that is what they are saying. assange's attorney and civil liberty groups fear the u.s. will prosecute assange as man's coconspirator. the father of nsa leaker edward
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snowden is thanking vladimir putin for keeping his son safe. he went on tv to say he is grateful for protecting edward. russia is considering edward snowden's request for temporary asylum. the younger snowden is charged with violating espionage laws. president obama is making a trip to capitol hill to rally democrats ahead of the upcoming fall budget show down. president obama will urge democrats to stop republican attempts to make further cuts to the federal budget. by october 1st congress must agree on a stopgap measure to fund the government or face a shut down. today's meeting between the president and democrats comes just before congress begins a five-week summer recess. a woman charged with defacing the washington national cathedral is attached to five other vandalism.
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that paint matches the kind found on the organ at the national clothed real and the lincoln memorial. she will remain in custody until a court hearing later this week. anthony is not dropping out of the new york mayor race. >> i know there are other politicians that say i wish that guy weiner will quit. they don't know new york. they don't know me. quit isn't the way we roll in new york city. >> weiner released this campaign ad after acknowledging he exchanged sexually explicit messages with women up to a year after he resigned from congress amid a scandal over his twitter messages. a new poll shows 16% of likely democratic supporters support weiner as mayor. a candle light vigil is
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held for a 21-month-old girl that went missing earlier this month. he left daphne in the car with his elderly mother when he went into a convenient store. when he came out she was gone. two lake county men accused of sexually abusing a girl and forcing her to work on a marijuana farm are due back in court today. they are accused of growing more than 1,000 marijuana plants. authorities raided the marijuana farm and rescued the girl back in april. if convicted they could get life in prison. the private ambulance company that serves santa clara county has paid off its overdue bills. rural metro owed $2.5 million to the county's emergency response system. most of the money was for communications, franchise, and first responder fees. however, about a half a million dollars was for fines due to
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late response times and vehicle failures. time is 4:49. coming up quickly on 5:00 sal is keeping an eye on traffic. how sit going -- how is it going? >> it's doing okay. toll plaza looks good coming into san francisco. and you can see traffic is moving along well. all right let's move along and take a look at the next picture. this will be 280 in san jose northbound. that is a very nice looking drive with no major problems. with a look at the peninsula traffic on 101 and 280 are looking good as you drive on 01. the road sensors not showing a lot of activity here. there was a little bit of road work near the airport. you can see for yourself here 280 looks pretty good. 4:50 let's go to steve. thank you,. very good morning. stuck in a pattern here.
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just day-to-day changes. a little warmup for some. today looks like a little cool down for some. 50s and 60s mid 60s as you head from the coast. over into inland areas. and then you get over the coastal hills you will find 70s. we can push mid to upper 80s again. my forecast goes from here to the back 40. i have to include everybody in here. about 86 and 87. probably up to clearlake and ukiah a little warmer. 50s on the temps. mostly. mountain view and moffett 60 always running low. 54 tahoe. 55 ukiah. 60s down to san diego. weak system moving by. we still get that westerly breeze. yesterday 60s and 70s and 80s
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inland. hazy skies. 86 for antioch. by the coast 60s and 70s around the bay. mostly 70s on the peninsula. 80s out toward livermore. a little cooler on thursday as that low to the north goes through. and then a little rebond on friday. be bad bug infestation at a warehouse. san jose sprays for mosquitoes twice if a week. the effected area that will be covered tomorrow night to combat west nile virus. was repainting the house, see in m you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month
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welcome back. the discovery of rabid bats has prompted an important warning for the city of davis. eight out of 12 dead bats recently found over the overpass in davis had now tested positive for ray rabies. they are still warning people not to pick up any bat they may see on the ground. bug experts will inspect the good will industry warehouse in burlingame where bedbugs was found last week. it also forced good will to get rid of thousands of dollars worth of donated goods that were stored in the infested areas. storm crews will spray for
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mosquitoes in north san jose to stop the west nile virus. that fogging will start at 11:00 tomorrow night. last week crews sprayed parts of east san jose. miskey tees carry -- mosquitoes carrying the virus were found in that area. let's go back out to sal. >> all right brian and pam. good morning, once again we are doing pretty well out there. traffic continues to look good around the bay area. let's take a look at interstate 880 in oakland and the traffic there does look pretty good if you are driving north and southbound. there was earlier road work near high street but that is gone and the traffic looks good. also the the toll plaza it is light. there are no major problems there. the traffic is moving along very nicely. on the peninsula 101 and 280 off to a good started. let's go to steve. it was off to a good start. if you like this pattern we're
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in because there is not much change. system still move into the north. main core will move in tonight or tomorrow. today looks to be a little bit cooler. especially inland i don't see much change. still a little haze around the edges from some of those fires. more of a westerly breeze. a lot of 80s through the interior. again these are slightly below arch. 60s and 70s near the coast. the temperatures does look a little warmer. >> thank you, steve. coming up next counting down to another bart strike. the new details about just what both sides are asking for. plus we continue to follow breaking news in san francisco. police searching for two suspects after a double stabbing near golden gate park.
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we are live in san francisco where police are searching for two men suspect of the a double stabbing. we'll let you know about the conditions of the victim. an assault on a college campus sends one young man to the hospital. we are live in san jose to tell you the details. it is four days and counting to the bart strike deadline opinion the major roadblocks to a deal that will keep the trains rolling. all ahead on the ktvu channel 2
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morning news. good morning. thank you for joining us. wednesday, morning july 31st i'm pam cook. >> you look vaguely familiar. >> yeah nice to meet you. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve is right there. the forecast. >> not much changing, you two. if you want warmer temps head inland. i don't see much change compared to yesterday. 10:s to the interior. 60s and 70s closer to the water. traffic is looking good on the san mateo bridge. traffic looks good all the way to the peninsula. if you are driving on 680 southbound, that traffic is looking good. we continue to follow that breaking news in transwhere two people were stabbed in golden gate park. tara moriarty is there with the very latest information on the
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condition of the victims and description of the suspect police are looking for. tara. >> reporter: you know the fire department just arrived and now they are just leaving. they were cleaning up the crime scene here because it was quite bloody on the sidewalk. we talked to police a few minutes ago. they say the two people who were fighting for their lives have now stabilized. they were stabbed right here in golden gate park. now let's take a look at the video we have from earlier this morning. this happened around 2:30. police say a woman possibly in her 40s was stabbed in the chest. the second victim a male in his 20s or 30s stabbed in the stomach. they were taken to sf general hospital by ambulance. we notice officers taking pictures of the scene. they released a description of the suspect. one described as a heavy set black male with dread blocks another black male wearing a


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