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ñññññññ . the playoffs they're finally here and the wafors are getting set to face-off against the new orleans pelicans here inside or call arena. the fans are excited. how the players are staying focussed, coming up. . good morning! you're taking a look at a good shot by alex savage.
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we're giving him grief. come on, oshg call, the police to -- oracle, the place to be this weekend. preparations under way. alex, alex! the first home playoff game is tomorrow. as you can see alex is there. oh man! in just a few minutes. he will show us how that arena is gearing up for the rush. maybe just focus on the t-shirt. >> we know he has made those shots. >> he's had a good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it is friday, april 17th. i'm ine. >> rose mary is in for steve this morning and how does it look out there? >> i'm tracking changes. we did have a cool down our way. not everybody. eventually the entire area will get in on the cool down. for today it will be right up against the coastline. that is where we're seeing the low clouds, the fog back with us this morning. how about a view? no. we're not giving you a view.
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we'll give you the wind addition no. the fog the on shore breeze is xhk coming back. not going to be very strong and again i think it will take another day or so before the bay and our inland communities feel this drop in temperatures but you can see here, as we get into the second half of the day the wind the direction of the arrows, pointing in this direction meaning coming from the west meaning that on shore breeze is coming back. yesterday, we had the off shore wind and temperatures started out warm, this morning we're generally calm, that or shore breeze has really died down and the numbers have fallen as well. 39 degrees in napa. 51 in oakland. 51 san francisco some of the colder spots over parts of the north bay. cloudy at four. you're likely to -- 43. you're likely to need your jacket. it will feel cool. 47 in danville right now. 45 alamo. 50 in lafayette and low 50s for
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moraga. there is a look at the fit print. the fog at foot of the coastline through the morning and afternoon. santa cruz will remain partly cloudy to mostly sunny. santa cruz will have another warm day. it is right in this area on your screen. the blues and greens indicating we have 60s in the forecast along the coast and a lot of 70s around the bay area will be well above average this time of the year. i'll detail the afternoon highs put numbers on the screen here for you and detail the cool down coming your way in time of the bay area weekend. how is traffic? >> traffic is actually doing really well. good morning to you. we're looking at an 80 freeway westbound where you can see traffic is actually moving along relatively well. we'll go right to it and from the bridge to the maze, the traffic is taking a 21 minutes. a little bit of slowing down. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza. there was a small crash but you're likely to see some
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traffic this morning. when you get there you'll see the slowing it is hard to see with the sun but definitely is there. as we look at some of the commutes here in the south bay we've had slow traffic but also looking at the peninsula and highway 101 northbound 101 traffic looks good. we look at san jose and it is getting slow at santa clairea. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you. police in walnut creek want to know if you've used a certain starbucks in the downtown area over the past few months because officers have just arrested a man who was accused or who is being accused of recording people in the bathroom of the coffee shop on the locust street. we want to go to ktvu tara moriarty. she is live from the starbucks with how he did it and how he got caught and what people really need to know. >>reporter: a customer is the one who noticed a flip camera mounted under the sink. it is smaller than an iphone so they turned it in to lost and found but it wasn't until weeks later that the manager turned it
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on and was horrified by what she saw. we know that police made an arrest yesterday, 34-year-old jacob turner, they arrested him at his house and seized evidence that could reveal more victims. detectives say he secretly recorded an hour's worth of video on two different occasions, february 6th and april 14th of this year. police say that there are at least 13 victims, perhaps more. one customer we spoke to this morning says she heard of similar instances but the fact that it happened at a starbucks really makes her think twice about public restrooms all together. >> i do use public restrooms. i go into public restrooms, you know, often, and it is just to go in and get out so i'm not looking for a camera. i'm not looking for anything like. that so i'm going to be aware of walking in and i don't think i'm going to do a thorough search but i'll pay attention. >> police say that turner has no
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sex offender historier no criminal -- history no criminal record. it will be possible to prosecute without victim's identities. they believe the victims have a right to know. last tuesday between 2 and 3:00. live from walnut creek i'm tara moriarty. back to you. >> last week it might be easy to remember but back in february that will be tough for a lot of people, unless it is a habitual thing to go to that starbucks. >> i think you're absolutely right. >> thank you so much for that live report. we appreciate it. time is 7:06. in the meantime on the peninsula, police over there searching for a man who exposed himself to a jogger. san mateo police say it happened on a trail. a female jogger heard someone yell. when she turned around she saw a man exposing himself. the shock itself made her stumble and fall. >> in this case, she did the right thing.
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screamed yelled. scared off the suspect and she immediately ran home and called the police. that was the most important thing. >> police say the man never touched the jogger but that fall caused minor injuries on her arm and forehead. take a look at this police sketch of the suspect. he is either white or latino in his 20's. about 5'8 inches tall. weighing 170 pounds and wearing a button up shirt and pants. all right. we are counting down to tomorrow's playoff opener for the warriors. team with the best record in the nba is one of the favorites to win it all this season. ktvu alex savage joins us live from oracle arena. try to take it up a notch. >> this is machine seth curry impression. >> i -- this is my seth curry impression. >> does it look the same as when you do it? >> yeah, it looks just like that. just like that. >> just like it. >> you know i know it is empty there but oracle is considered one of the loudest arenas with
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the fans going nuts. we expect that tomorrow. >> yeah. yeah quiet right now. quiet right now. the only sound you hear is the sound of my shots bricking off the rim. but it will be it will be loud tomorrow though, i promise you that much. i promise you that much. 12:30. that is the tip time. this is the playoffs here. they finally arrived for the warriors round one game one the warriors squaring off against the new orleans pelicans. obviously, given the season the warriors have had. they're the number one seed and the pelicans are the 8th seed. obviously the underdog there. but they'll be coming in fired up trying to steel a game here at oracle arena the warriors will be focussed as well. the fans will be fired up. the motto for the fans this season during the playoff run is strength in numbers and the fans will be key for the team. now, obviously the warriors have had an incredible season,seven
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wins that is a franchise record. that is also one of the best records in the nba in the history of the nba. now, the team, though, they know the regular season doesn't count for anything. everyone starts with a clean record and they're focussed on the playoffs and getting the job done. listen to center andrew boeingen. >> 67 wins doesn't mean crap going into a seven game series against anyone so we don't get an extra pat on the back before the series starts. i think it doesn't mean anything. anyone can be anyone in a seven game series and we have to know that going in. >> tomorrow afternoon's game here at oracle is sold out officially but you can still find tickets online as long as you're willing to pay up. you can get standing room only tickets, we saw them on stub hub for about $160 and if you want to sit in one of these seats
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courtside, although this is probably where the team will sit, but if you want to sit courtside, that will set you back $5,000 for tickets. that is what we saw this morning on stub hub. people will pay the price if they want to be here to watch the warriors in person at oracle. it will be a lot of fun. i was working on my dribbling skills. >> do you think i need more practice or what? yes. yes. you do. >> alex, before you go, i want to tell you one of our editors has been saying to give you a lot of grief about your shot but the way we do it at channel two to give you grief is we like to pull out video. remember last year, alex, when you -- oh, up, up, up, yeah! you missed a lot of shots but now you're just giving us new video to use next year. but yeah. >> i'm trying to make up from last year. >> a lot of shots but we'll give you one more chance. >> all right. >> give me another chance,
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please please, please. >> nope. you know, honestly, alex, i try i'll be honest. >> there you go. >> the only difference between the video you saw and what you've been doing in the last half hour is your outfit. i'm so mean. i'm so mean. i'm just giving you grief. you have to go to assignment and so we'll let you have fun out there. we're just having a little fun. let's send it back to dave. >> we'll talk to you later. time now 7:11. giants fan has really come a long way since he was brutally beaten and almost killed four years ago. . >> it is an incredibly inspiring story coming up in 25 minutes. more on what brian is saying about his road to recovery. it is inspiring. >> plus, it can be very embarrassing when your cell phone starts ringing during an important meeting but when the phone of a u.s. senator went off during a very serious finance committee hearing. people around him couldn't help
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but laugh. we'll tell you which song started playing and why. >> right now, if you're trying to get out to the east bay, you can see the traffic is going to be a little bit busy in some areas but highway 24, i'll give you a drive time between this stretch. >> an unseasonably warm day in the forecast unless you'll be near the coastline for today. the clouds and fog rolling back in. what this will mean to your numbers and what you can expect for the weekend coming up.
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. welcome back. it is now 7:14. e-cigarettes are often promoted as a way to help people stop smoking but there is a new report that shows e-cigarettes use by minors is really going up. the centers for disease control
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and prevention shows the number of middle school and high school kids using e-cigarettes tripled in just one year. about 2 million teens are using e-cigarettes. >> they're really popular i think because people think that there is not a lot of negative side effects. >> they need to be regulated but people aren't sure how to regulate them. the fda is struggling with the issue. >> although e-cigarettes don't contain tobacco or create smoke. they contain very addictive nicotine. california is one of the few states that bans the sales e-cigarettes to minors. but tougher regulations could be headed to the governor later this year. a huge partnership between apple and los angeles public schools is now a giant bust. the los angeles unified school district cancelled a botched plan to buy an ipad for every one of the students. the price tag was expected to be
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$1.3 billion. apple and it's partner educational publisher was supposed to provide curriculums but only parts of the curriculum were ever avai. students in the bay area and across the country this week are taking part in standardized tests but in nevada, montana and north dakota, computer problems are forcing schools to delay testing. in addition to the technical problems a growing number of parents are pulling their children from the classroom and opting out of tests. they say the exams create unnecessary anxiety and stress and don't test their children on what they're learning every day in school. >> we're refusing to take this test. it is a protest against the policies we think reduce education to test preparation. >> the tests are serving no educational purpose at all. >> the federal government does not require states to administer common core tests but washington can withhold funding to schools less than 90% of the kids take
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the test. the movie frozen p -- >> ♪ ♪ just let it go, mr.. >> can you believe that? yesterday kansas senator pat roberts was questioning agriculture secretary when his cell phone started ringing and you can see everybody around him chuckling because the ring tone was let it go from the movie frozen. he says, hey it is for my grand kids. and depending on the day he switches between let it go and the johnny cash song walk the line. >> all right. time now 7:17. and i'm hearing that sal has a little something to share with us? >> one of our viewers said that the spider effect effects -- affects his cat in a certain way. he doesn't like it on the
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screen. he is trying to get it out here. this viewer sent us this picture. i love it. >> that is awesome. >> isn't that cool? >> the viewer, not only is the viewer watching but also it is actually keith cole. thank you keith. sdwl. >> that cat wants -- that cat wants that. good morning everybody. it may be there again. it is not there right now. west bend bay traffic is moving along relatively well. a 15 to 20-minute delay. no major problems as we continue to look at the maps here, traffic will be busy as you drive on 101. i keep going to 101 because that is where all of the slow traffic is. i do want to mention on the peninsula, the traffic is okay but it is getting busier on 280 heading south and then on the san mateo bridge we have a slow down from the hayward side all the way over to foster city. one last live picture. 280 downtown san jose and that
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does look good. at 7:18. speaking of looking good, the weather looks great. >> yes, indeed. we have another beautiful day in store but take a look at the picture. we have a finger of fog moving over san francisco this morning. it is up against the coastline. it is spilling into the bay and this will help to lead to a cool down for some of us. when i say some of us, i mean those folks along the shore. maybe a few neighborhoods in san francisco. we will be mostly sunny away from the coast today and we will only see this drop in temperatures for today along the coast for the weekend. where he continue with the low clouds and the fog and eventually, everybody will get in on this cool down. it is a minor one. i'll show you that in the extended forecast but we even got a chance for rain in the stened forecast as well. let's talk about what is happening right now. another shot at the fog. you can see for the north bay as well as the san mateo county coastline. get into santa cruz we're mostly sunny. it will be another warm day.
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right in here is where i expect temperatures to drop off for the afternoon and we have fog in the daly city. the rich land district. we're watching the golden gate bridge socked in this morning. 44 in napa. upper 40s in livermore. low 50s in hayward and low 50 in san jose. most of us falling within the low 40s and 50s this morning. the winds calmed down. we don't have the off shore breeze. because of it, a lot of the numbers, a lot cooler you may notice as you get outdoors a calmer start to the day and temperatures anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees below where we started yesterday morning. afternoon highs on the other hand, going to be well above average once again. upper 70s to low 80s petaluma, sonoma, you go to 81. although if we have the low clouds and fog for most of the day, that is not going to happen. 82 in oakland. 83 in livermore with abundant sunshine for the inland communities into the south bay.
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two for morgan hill. sarah toega. santa fe -- saratoga, santa fy, 81 paleo alto. 69 in san francisco cooling into the low 60s for the giants game into the evening hours bay area always in view, cooler along the coast. the rest of us still well above the seasonal average. temperatures will continue to fall off but notice it is a subtle drop as we get into monday and tuesday. bigger changes in the forecast and the possibility of scattered showers arriving into the bay area. tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. >> do you see any allergy problems? >> the wind is calming down and that will help those suffering from the allergies. the pollen is still high for trees and moderate for grass. >> everything is still blooming. thanks. disney has released a new trailer for the up coming star
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wars. >> chewy we're. >> i just love star wars. the action packed preview previewed at a star wars convention in anaheim yesterday. star wars, episode seven the force awakens lshgs make its way into theaters on december 18th. the film makers say it picked up where the return of the jedi, the third film of the original trilogy, left off. perhaps the biggest question sparked by the trailer is that shot right there that appears to be darth vader's wrecked helmet. you also hear vader's breath. >> i can't do it anymore. >> sound track leading many long time fans to question could darth vader still be alive. here is something else for them to be excited about. the japan's airline unveiled a new plane. check that out. >> wow. >> it looks like you're flying inside a giant r2d2.
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that is very interesting. the star wars themed dreamliner is part of an agreement between the airline and the walt disney company. r2d2 will start flying internationally sometime this fall although it hasn't said which route. i wonder what it looks like on the inside. >> yeah, i know. hollywood comes to the north bay this weekend. movie producers they're looking for extras. the movie is called the wizard casting for 1,500 people. they're needed to play fans in a wrestling tournament. the movie is produced by a petaluma native. it tells the story of an iranian family who flee to california. you're encouraged to dress in the styles from 1979 or. >> i might know that look. >> i know. all right it was called
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operation baby lift and thousands of orphans from war torn vietnam were brought to the use for new lives. they're all grown u. >> they are being called mobile-goddon. the changes that will make certain website harder on your cell phone.
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(mom) when our little girl was born we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) the 2015 subaru forester (girl) what? (announcer) built to be there for
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your family. love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru.
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. it is being built as mobile-geddon. google is changing the way it recommends websites. the move is expected to have a huge influence on how and where people spend money given most people rely on the smart phones to compare products and look for restaurants. here is how it is going to work. websites let google -- that google defines as mobile friendly will be more likely to appear at the top of rankings. mobile friendly means it works quickly and easily accessible. websites that don't fit that description will be demoted. as part of earth day 2015, this weekend volunteers all over the bay area will get busy, get to work, making their cities cleaner. several events are planned tomorrow from the east bay south bay to san francisco. in san francisco, this year's earth day campaign is green fun, and sustainable. community members and artists
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will be creating works of art in the sand. tomorrow's events will kickoff earth week which is next week. of course, showcased by earth day on wednesday. the ktvu launched a social media campaign. we want you to tell us how you're helping the environment by using the #2actsofgreen. to see a list of parks and earth day events go to our website ktvu.com and click on the website links. thanks dave. a special honor for brian know. >> it has been a long journey. a long walk. to where i'm at now. >> thumbs up from him. a look at his amazing recovery four years after he was attacked. he throws out the first pitch at a bay area baseball game. >> and we're live along chrissy field where it is foggy we have the low clouds as well.
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a couple of warning levels to tell you about especially if you're heading on the water this weekend. . >> good morning, if you're marin bound. a good time to go. the frank is not too bad at the toll plaza a little bit of a slow down at richmond bridge. we'll tell you more straight ahead. >> most of the bay area waking up with plenty of sunshine this morning. over parts of our inland communities as well as around the bay and a near repeat when it comes to the temperatures. as you saw in brian's picture we have fog along the coastline. changes in store to the area and your weekend forecast coming up.
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. a lot of people didn't think i would live past the first 24 hours and to be here now is amazing. >> miracle man come back kid. whatever you want to call brian know, he has been nothing -- know, he has been nothing short of a miracle. what he severely beaten ou the stadium. he has come a long way. we caught up with him. fox two janine de la vega shares with us his inspiring road to recovery. good morning. i mean, really. >> that is amazing. >> you see him talk and how positive he is. it is an incredible story.
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>> it is friday, april 17th. happy friday. i'm includesine wong. >> i'm dave clark. we're check -- i'm claudine wong. >> i'm dave clark. >> these changes will equate to a cool down and we'll all get in on this cool down. for now we're looking at plenty of sunshine over the bay and for the inland communities. for most of us, it will be another day of way above average temperatures. we're talking five, 10 15 degrees above where we should be for this time of the year. santa rosa typically 69, today you'll go to 80. san francisco 69 in the forecast. seven tiply in oakland. today, 82, your forecasted high and san jose, you'll be 12 degrees above the seasonable average with 82 expected inland. along the coastline a different story. this morning, we're waking up with the fog and low clouds seeping into the bay as well as into san francisco. this is going to stay with us.
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at least for the coastline for the afternoon today. for the city and inside the bay it will burn away and be left with mostly sunny skies. but this is where we'll see changing as dave mentioned we have 50s in the forecast with partly cloudy skies here. you go inland, we're well above average once again. 70s and low 80s. we'll have a look at the afternoon hiefs and we'll talk about how the cooling -- highs and we'll talk about how the cooling trend will continue into the weekend. let's check the traffic with sal. >> thank you very much. traffic has been a mixed bag some commutes have been better than normal. some have been moderate. this is not bad. 27 minutes between the k artenas bridge and mcarthur maze. bay bridge toll blaza is backed up for -- plaza is backed up for a 15 to 20-minute delay. this commute hasn't been too bad but there has been slow traffic on highway 101 but 280 nd 85 are decent alternates for you.
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i want to pull it up to the 285 in livermore valley i think you will be happy. it is a lot lighter than usual. the time 7:34. let's go back to the desk. >> all right. thank you. we have an incredible story. this story and that man right there, it has been in the making for years. that is injured giants fan brian stow he threw out the first pitch at the giants baseball game. that is just the beginning of his journey to recovery. janine de la vega is here now to talk about what he went through to get to this point and what he wants to do next. good morning! >>reporter: good morning dave. brian stow has improved quite a bit and san jose giants fans witnessed that at last night's game. they still have the orange and black decorations up out here left from last night. the fans cheered him on as he
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stepped onto the field and there he is with his son and his daughter at his side. stow needed to use a walker. he has been practicing for this moment for months and told us he wanted to throw a strikes. he was severely beaten in 2011 outside dodger stadium and that injury caused brain damage. the san jose giants promised stow's family when he was ready they wanted him to throw out the first ceremonial pitch. his goal one day is to be able to throw over hand again. ktvu visited stow at home where he shared something else he would like to accomplish. >> walking without the crutches or my walker and then start running again. i used to run the races from santa cruz and just to do little stuff like that.
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it is a great feeling. >>reporter: stow says what helps keep him going is his children and trying to stay positive. he was in a coma for nine months and spent years doing rehab and use things to help strengthen his body. you're looking at video of him in his backyard practicing for last night's game. his whole family was so excited for him. and one of the things that he shared is if you remember, he used to be a paramedic here in san jose and he actually used to be inside the stadium along with his gurney ready to treat or help anyone and sit and watch the baseball game. he hadn't been back here into the stadium for five years so it was just a really neat opportunity for him. >> it is fascinating but before you go, a lot of us were here in the studio saying we didn't know he was talking and talking so well so it was just stunning to hear this conversation that was taking place. >> yeah, and he also has a
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really great sense of humor. just listening to him. one of the things that was asked is what did you gain from this injury and the recovery and the whole experience and he answered he gained 100 pounds. because of the medication. but really, his strong will to live. >> he is looking good. janine de la vega live from san jose. thank you. all right. thank you. three people are in stable condition this morning after being stabbed inside a san leeand roe bar. police received -- san leandro bar. they received reports about a stabbing in shilo's cocktails. three men were stabbed. 6 to 7 people were involved in some kind of a fight but suspects ran off before officers got there. police were seen questioning a man with a motorcycle club but investigators told us the bikers are not suspects at this time. now, back in february, a man was arrested outside the bar, that same bar on charges of firing a gun there.
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no weapon was found that night and the next morning, an 11-year-old boy discovered a gun in the bushes. authorities say foul play is not suspected in the death of a paleo alto man who -- palo alto man who went missing during a hike. they found the body of irwin myers yesterday afternoon. he set out for a hike on wednesday morning. his family notified police when he did not return. searchers found his 500 feet below a trail. investigators say at this point it is still unclear what happened. >> that is what we're trying to determine, whether or not he fell or if he was looking for shelter. at this point we do not know that. >> investigators say meyers had hiked in the area before and was in good physical condition. our time is 7:39. the state water board is expected to release a detailed report about new water rules and how quickly cities and water districts will be find for breaking the rules. yesterday governor jerry brown met with people that represent large water users like
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landscapers, golf courses and cemeteries. he says he will not relax the mandatory 25% water cut backs even though there were complaints that the cuts were unfair. the governor also said he is aware it is not going to be easy. >> some people are really hurt, some farmers there will be some wipe out sometimes or temporary and so therefore we want to make sure we bounce balance what -- we balance what we're doing. >> we have ways to save water during the drought and expected to be another warm day. >> yes it is. you're watching the temperatures warm up as we head into the weekend. but with the nice weather comes danger. ktvu brian flores is with us. and bryan there are a few warnings being issued. >> yes a couple. good morning to you. rose mary has been talking about the weather and she says the temperatures are above normal for this time of the year.
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you know this morning you certainly wouldn't know it here along christy field where you see the low clouds and fog but overall it will be a nice weekend weather wise but officials are saying it will be dry and windy in certain parts of the bay area and there are warnings issued. as we go to video now the oakland hills signs are putting the fire danger at extremes. because of the drought there is a lot of dry brush and grass that can quickly go up in flames. the firefighters plan to clear some of the dangerous sites out there but people need to be pro active about this. for example, creating the 100 feet around your home. they're warning drivers not to throw out cigarettes, again winds could pick up this weekend. in the meantime, the wind is not the only concern especially if you'll be along the coast if you're a boater, going into the water. the coast guard says expect strong swells all along the central and northern california coast. they're saying particularly along the national sea shore. anywhere along the peninsula
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monterey bay big surf, the concern is the sneaker waves that can be very dangerous. >> a sneaker wave is a wave in a set that is larger and stronger and usually unexpected so it can be pretty dangerous to keep out in the water and people on the beaches. >> the weather has been beautiful. warm sunny, i don't know. we've been outside pretty much every day. >> i'm excited the fog is rolling in. it hasn't been here for awhile. so -- >>. >>reporter: beach goers are being told to stay away from the water's edge especially along rocks. we're told they can go anywhere from 7 to 13 feet. swim near a life guard. never turn your back on the ocean and use a buddy system. wear a life jacket. we'll take you back here live where you see a lot of the joggers enjoying this relatively cold weather this morning but really depending on where you live as rose mary has been talking about. temperatures will be well above normal. 70s to 80s in the north bay and south bay. definitely hot where i live in
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the east bay yesterday as well as going into the weekend. be careful out there. enjoy the day out there as well. back to you. >> all right. thanks so much. 7:42 is your time now and a man accused of secretly recording people in a starbucks bat. >> it makes me feel really uncomfortable. >> coming up at eight exactly where two cameras were found and why police are still looking for victims. >> and an espn reporter goes on a rant. what may have triggered it and how the network is responding. >> good morning. we're looking at the south bay commute. westbound 237. it looks like we have just a little bit of slow traffic. i'm sorry miss jackson but 237 will be just a tad slow. . >> happy friday to you. we have temperatures soaring well above the seasonable average once again. at least for most of the bay area i am tracking a bit of a cool down for some. if you take a close look, the fog is working its way back. what you can expect for the day
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and your weekend coming up.
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. the bay area is home to the country's first community center dedicated to iranians. the 13,000-square foot center is located on the al a media in san jose. it offers community programs and resettlement services free of charge to u.s. based iranians and persians the center is open to all ages and is the most comprehensive non-profit legal and social and community support center. >> a free exhibit is open at the san francisco's and attributed to a historic event at the end
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of a vietnam war. thousands of vietnamese orphans were brought here. many of them were adopted here in the bay area and given u.s. citizenship. yesterday we caught up with a woman who was 15 months old during operation baby lift. she is now 41 and married and visited the exhibit with her adoptive parents. she has a simple message for the people involved with the oper. >> thank you for taking care of us and for helping and for making sure that we were safe. and caring and opening their arms and hearts. >> the exhibit is on display until december. it is open tuesday through sunday from 10 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.. you'll find continuing coverage at ktvu.com and our youtube channel we have posted coverage of operation baby lift from the ktvu archives. you'll find a link to all of that on our facebook page. your time is 7:47. espn is benching a reporter after seeing a video of her
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verbally attacking a towing company attendant in washington dc. >> do you feel good about your job? i can be a college drop out and do the same thing. >> that was britt mchenry, she was pretty angry after her car was impounded. mchenry questioned the intelligence and the weight of the attendant. she later apologized on twitter saying her emotions got the best of her during a stressful moment. espn suspended her for a week. all right. time now is 7:48. let's head out the door or out our door to your door, sal. >> yeah. you know some commutes you can kind of hang out with us for a bit. some commutes if you have to be there, you might have to leave. we'll sort it out for you. this is a look at commute on 237. it is a little slow here. not too bad once you get past this bottleneck. it is actually looking decent, or is it a decent look into the
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santa clara valley. also look at the the community on westbound 580. this is better than usual. there is a little bit of slowing in livermore. there is a minor accident on the westbound 580 as you drive towards north livermore avenue. if you're getting on the freeway near dublin. you'll see good traffic compared to what you might see on another day. when you get to the toll pinellasa. it has been backed up for -- toll plaza it has been backed up for a 10 to 15-minute delay. if you can wait around, you might wait this out and go in the 8:00-hour. you may save yourself time. unless something happens we predict this whole traffic will be gone. let's go to rosemary in the weather center. >> good morning to you. we have a beautiful day in store. most of us will have abundant sunshine. along the coast we're seeing changes this morning giving you a look here at what is going along right along the coast. we have the fog the low clouds banked up very close even seeping into the bay. if we move in a little closer,
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parts of san francisco waking up the fog as well as daly city. i think for today the partly cloudy skies along the coast and the mostly sunny around the bay and inland will be what we see. the winds will be turning on shore. as we get into the afternoon the afternoon sea breeze will help to cool down the coast for us inland as well as around the bay. minor changes in store. we'll still be well above the seasonal average at least for the bay area and for the inland communities. along the coastline for today you're cooling it down. 44 degrees right now in napa. 52 san francisco. upper 40s to low 50s. livermore, hayward. san jose. without the off shore winds yesterday morning most of the areas waking up a lot cooler anywhere from 3 toand 8 degrees cooler than where we started the day yesterday. 79 in valeto. -- vallejo. low 80s expected for oakland. well above the seasonal average for the inland communities. along the coast, mid-60's to
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partly cloudy skies at pacifica and an afternoon sea breeze in the forecast. 82 for san jose it will be a warm day in santa cruz. 81 with mostly sunny skies. not waking up with low clouds or the fog this morning in santa cruz. the extended forecast here. we see bay area weekend always in view the cooling trend will continue tomorrow morning. we'll wake up with fog. could be a little bit further inland perhaps inside the bay and as we get into sunday, more of the same, afternoon sunshine. temperatures remain above the seasonal average which will bring them down into the weekend. further out tuesday, wednesday thursday. may even see a little bit of rain. >> possible. thank you. time is 7:51. changes to instagram. coming up in 22 minutes, the images that will now be allowed on the social networking. >> hello i'm stuck in this plane. >> that is what he said. he was stuck in the plane. that is a 911 call from the
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worker who was trapped inside an alaska airlines passenger jet. that call has been released after the break we'll have more on the call and the big trouble that person is now facing.
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church in cologne germany. hundreds of fall members and friends travelled there honoring the victims. the 150th candidate yells in the church -- candles represent the men, women and children who died in the crash. investigators say the co-pilot deliberately crashed the plane after locking the captain out of the cockpit. meanwhile, in this country the florida mailman who landed a small gyrocopter on the lawn of the u.s. capitol is back at his home in florida. his name is doug hughes. he was released on bond yesterday after making a court appearance. he has been charged with knowingly operating an unregistered air craft and violating national defense air space. the conditions for his release include home detention with gps monitoring. also, he is banned from operating any flying vehicles. that stunt is raising a lot of serious questions about security around the u.s. capitol.
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washington is supposed to have the most restricted air space in the world. the head of home land security says hughes air craft avoided detection by literally flying dispatcher the radar. he says he was make -- under the radar. he says what he making a political statement about campaign funding. the man who fell asleep is banned from all future work for the airline. >> you're where? >> inside the plain and i feel like it is moving in the air. can you please tell somebody to stop it? >> all right that call is from a 911 tape of a bizarre incident. those tapes just released. the unidentified baggage handler works for a company that provides ground services for alaska airport near seatac washington. the handler claims he fell asleep inside a sealed baggage hold on monday just before the
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plane took off from la. crew members and passengers heard him banging on the walls who alerted the pilot who returned to the airport. >> what a story. some say they're safer than traditional regular cigarettes but are they risking the lives of teens? after the break new concerns this morning about e-cigarettes. >> we're live in walnut creek where police are looking for people who have been to a certain starbucks. we'll tell you how they caught a man secretly video taping customers inside the public res. the east bay commute look at highway 24. so far it looks good. a little bit of slowing now. we'll tell you about that coming up. >> cooler at the coast for today. cooler for everyone by the weekend. i will detail the changes in the forecast and show you the numbers, coming up. female announcer: get on board for better sleep! it's sleep train's interest free for 3 event! get three years interest-free financing
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. hidden cameras inside a restroom at a walnut creek starbucks. we'll have a live report coming up in a few minutes on how the police nabbed the man they believed was responsible and tell you about the disturbing evidence they seized from his home and how that is prompting authorities to look for more victims and look for victims caught on the video. good morning. welcome back to mornings on two.
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>> and good morning i'm dave clark. that is claudine wong in for tori campbell. moez mary is -- rose mary is working hard on for you. >> we have nice weather in store for today. but we are seeing changes out there and if you are right along the coast inside san francisco. you're seeing the changes for yourself. the fog and the low clouds, back with us. as we get into your friday and your bay area weekend. the winds still variable out there. they have gone calm in many spots and with the calmness, we have colder temperatures this morning. low 40s to low 50s. reporting a northwesterly breeze at seven miles an hour. the on shore breeze will take over and we're looking at a localized sea breeze. it won't be strong but it will be enough, again to cool down the coast. that in addition to the low clouds continuing along the coast for today. so partly cloudy, perhaps even cloudy at the coast. 50s and 00's here -- 60s here
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but you go inland away from the coast and temperatures will bound back once again. you can see from the shading here the 70s here. even the low pockets. you'll be in the central valley, a lot of 80s there as well. for today in a nut shell. around the bay and inland, not really going to feel a lot of change but we're definitely seeing it and we're definitely feeling it along the coastline. had4 degrees right now in napa. 52 san francisco. upper 50s in oakland. concord and san jose. afternoon highs for today. again, five, 10, 15 degrees above the seasonable average. going to 84 for today. antioch warming in 82 in concord. 82 in oakland. 882 san jose. we have to get into the upper 80s for most of us to break records so don't expect that to happen. we may see 1 or 2 fall for the afternoon and that should be about it. 65 partly cloudy, cooler at the coast. eventually we're cooling it down. we'll show you the weekend and extended forecast in a little
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bit. let's check in with sal. good morning. >> good morning. the traffic is doing well if you're driving in some areas. compared to what we normally would see. some areas are slow but the bay bridge see waiting around does help. if you can wait around a little bit, you might miss all of the slow traffic because it is getting better by the moment. about a five-minute delay at toll pinellasa. no more delays on -- toll plaza. no more delays itself. 80 southbound. light traffic here from concord to walnut creek. highway 84 is slow in the bay point area as you drive into san jose northbound 280. just slowing at 17 and after that is a decent drive into the west valley. let's go back to the desk. >> all right. police in walnut creek have a question. they want to know if you've used a certain starbucks in downtown walnut creek over the past couple of months. that is because police have just arrested a man for recording people in the bathroom of the coffee shop.
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on locust streets. ktvu tara moriarty joining us now at the coffee shop to show us how he allegedly did it and how he was caught good morning. >>reporter: you've heard of the peeping tom. this was an electronic peeping tom. a flip camera was found underneath the sink in the bathroom smaller than this iphone. a customer noticed it and turned it in and that is ultimately what led to an arrest. we have a picture of the suspect. 34-year-old jacob turner of venetia. they arrested him as home and seized evidence that could reveal that there are more victims. detectives say he recently recorded an hour's worth of video in a unisex restroom on two occasions. february 6th and april 14th of this year. there are at least 13 victims perhaps more. customers we spoke to this morning are disgusted and changes the way they view public restrooms. >> yeah, that is a little creepy. i mean technology is kind of strange beast so you know, people using it to, you know, do
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things it is just creepy. >> did you have to think back and remember if you had been there on these days. >> we come here quite a bit. i don't know if those days but yeah, we come to this one a lot. >> again those dates in case you happen to stop by the starbucks on locust street are friday februaryth in the afternoon and then last tuesday between 2 and 3:00. we saw a woman who walked inside and wanted to know what the story about wa about and she told us, i'm trying to remember if i was there that day. they are trying to think back. walnut creek want you to contact them if you have. i'm tara moriarty. back to you. >> tanko to you later. -- talk to you later. police are looking for a man that exposed himself to a jogger. san mateo police say it happened on a path. a female jogger heard someone yell and when she turned around she saw a man who was exposing himself. the shock made her stumble and fall. >> in this case, she did the right thing. screamed yelled. scared off the suspect and she
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immediately ran home and called the police. that was the most important thing. >> well, the man never touched the jogger but her fall caused minor injuries to her arm and forehead. now, here is a police sketch of the suspect. he is described as white or latino 5'8 weighing 170 pounds wearing a button up shirt and pants. >> it is 8:05. e-cigarettes are often promoted as a way to help people stop smoking but there is a new report out showing e-cigarettes use by minors really going up. the center for disease control and prevention says the number of middle school and high school kids using e-cigarettes tripled in just a year about 2 billion teens are using e-cigarettes -- 2 million teens are using e-cigarettes. >> they're really popular because people think there is not a lot of negative side effects. >> things need to be regulated but people are not sure how to regulate them. the fda itself is struggling with that issue.
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>>reporter: now, e-cigarettes don't contain tobacco or create smoke, they usually contain very addictive nicotine. california is one of the few states that bans the sale of e-cigarettes to minors but tougher regulations may be headed to the governor later this year. all right. well, it has been four years since the golden state warriors won an nba championship and tomorrow they're hoping to take the first step towards another title. ktvu alex savage live for us at oracle arena you got up the court. you got off the court alex. >> you know why? i think this is something that a lot of people at home probably don't get to see. let me give you a behind the scenes look at oracle. this is neat. straight down there at end of the hall way where you see the logo. that is the team's locker room. that is where everybody tomorrow morning will gather. coach confer will give them a nice -- coach kerr will give them a nice pep talk and all of the players, everybody will come excuse me, come running
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down this hall way right here and they will head out this way into oracle arena and boy the atmosphere will just be electric. let's try this, aw, i was working on. that i swear. i made it five times in a row. >> okay. >> i know you did alex. >> we believe you. >> it will be an unbelievable atmosphere tomorrow here at oracle. a sell out crowd as the warriors begin their playoff push against the pelicans. game one tips off at 12:30 here and this is round one. the warriors obviously the top seed and the pelicans, the underdogs coming into oracle tomorrow afternoon. the warriors come off of an improbable season, incredible season. they won7 games, a franchise record they also notched one of the best records in the nba history but you know what? the players, they know that the regular season doesn't count. everybody starts off with the same record once the playoffs start and seth curry talked about how the team is staying
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foc. >> it doesn't matter what our record is now. you know, we have a goal to beat the pelicans four times and figure out who we play next. that is the expectation we have or have had and we have right now. . all right. that is alex savage over at oracle arena we'll keep tabs on what he is doing and also bring you all of the coverage of the warriors nba playoffs on the air and online and make sure you check out ktvu.com for the latest information that is taking place. all right. our time is 8:08. still ahead, a very special honor for brian stow. he threw out the first pitch at san jose giants home opener. >> it has been a long journey. a long walk to where i'm at now.
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>> it is incredible to see him and hear him talk. we'll look at how he is recovering four years after a near fatal attack. >> pat roberts may be one of the oldest senators in office in the congress but he is like a child at heart. after the break the unlikely ring tone on his cell phone that briefly interrupted a very important finance committee hearing.
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. welcome back to mornings on two. our time is 8:11. instagram clarifying the guidelines on what is appropriate on the photo sharing site. now, last year, a woman was suspended from her instagram account after she showed photos of herself breast feeding. she was able to get back on to instagram by will you pleasying a social media campaign. now -- by launching a social media campaign. now, photos women actively breast feeding is 100 % allowed but what is still off limits, images of sexual intercourse and close ups of private body parts. instagram is reminding everybody not to share messages that promote terrorism hate groups or any illegal beh. a popular movie has inspired those suffering with dementia. >> lindsey was in a terrible car
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accident. >> hebrew home in new york says this movie 50 first dates paid one of the employees -- gave one of the employees a great day she asked families to make videos to remind them of familiar places. they hope it will comfort patients struggling with the loss of memory. it was supposed to be a first big step to create a digital classroom for the informational age but now the huge partnership between apple and the los angeles public schools is a giant bust. the los angeles unified school district cancelled what is it it calls a botched plan to buy an ipad for every one of the students. the price tag was expected to be a whopping 1.3 bol. the educational material publisher pearson was supposed to provide curriculum for the district students to use on the ipads. however, only parts of the curriculum were ever available. the district is now considering legal action against the two companies. students here in the bay
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area and all across the country this week are taking part in common core core star stars yieded test -- standardized tests. but computer problems are delaying the testing. in addition to the technical problems a growing number of parents are pulling their children from the classroom and opting out of tests. they say it creates unnecessary anxiety and stress and don't test the children on what they're learning every day in school. >> we're refusing to take this test. it is a protest against the policies we think reduce education to test preparation. >> they're serving no educational purpose at all. >> the federal government does not require states to administer the common core tests but washington can withhold funding to states where less than 25% of students take the exams. the time is 8:14. frozen is so cool it even reached capitol hill. >> graphic preferences -- awe xhshgs on! >> ♪ let it go, let .
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>> just let it go. >> yesterday kansas senator pat roberts was questioning the agriculture secretary when his cell phone started ringing. his ring tone, let it go from the movie frozen. he says it was for his grand kids and says depending on the day he switches it between let it go or walk the line by johnny . we'll let it go. >> we'll let it it go. >> hey sal i think a question for you. what is your ring tone? >> oh, i just have one of the standard ones. i'm very boring. >> i'm boring too. >> when it comes to ring tones. can you recommend one that i should have on my phone? >> i'll have to think about that one. mine is boring. >> you can also, what is your yours? >> i like the rotary sound, you know? >> right? >> social media is built for this. that is why god invented social
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media or someone. send us your ring tone favorites and i'll consider putting that on my phone. you know? maybe. this is a look at highway 244 westbound as you drive between walnut creek and oakland. it is getting slow here although it is better than it was in the last few days. it does look a little bit slow in lafayette. let's look now at commute now on the bay bridge toll plaza approach and that traffic is going to be busy at toll plaza but it is getting better. as you're going to the toll plaza and hoping to get into san francisco, every time we've seen this it is getting better and better. you'll have a little time to hang out with us. especially when you see what will be coming up later in the show. that is a tease folks that is a tease. stick around. here is a loo880southbound as you drive past 238. you'll see slow traffic as you drive-thru there. no major problems and a little slow traffic in fremont as well. 8:16 now. let's go to rosemary in the
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studio. >> what about that song life is a highway? i want to ride it all night long. we were trying to find the artist and put it on for you. but live tv, what are you going to do? that should be your ring tone. >> okay. >> giving you a look outside the doors, we have plenty of sunshine around the bay and inland where we're seeing pretty big changes along the coastline waking up with great skies. the fog is back and it is a cloudy cool start to the day. isn't that a beautiful shot there. you can see the fog pulling in over the hills. it is right about, oh, 750 feet, maybe 1,000 feet deep and so, yes it is coming up and over part of the coastal range. it is not going to make it too far. we'll be cloudy inside the bay. we'll be mostly sunny for inland communities and for today you're looking at temperatures well above average once again. where we'll see the changes we're already seeing them. right along the coastline. so cooler today. a localized on shore breeze and the winds going from that off shore wind we saw yesterday to
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on shore. as i roll you through your friday, notice the arrows here giving us the westerly breeze and that will add to some cooling as well. so for most of us again, not going to feel it today as we get into the weekend. temperatures will come down just slightly. outside our doors right now. we have 54 in walnut creek. 47 santa rosa. 55 sfo and 55 for mountain view. a cloudy, cool start at half moon bay. 48 degrees outside your door. the winds calmed down quite a bit from yesterday morning. because itself most of us waking up cooler from yesterday morning although a big rebound under under way. 60 lafayette. upper 50s pittsburgh as well as antioch. as we get into the second half of the day let's take a tour. we have 81 for sonnomea. 80 for san raphael. 77 in richmond. if you go into the east bachlt upper 70s near the shore. 82 in danville. 84 for brent wood. south bay, afternoon today temperatures range from 80 degrees in santa clara21
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in santa cruz. one area where we'll have mostly sunny skies and temperatures remaining above average. if i take you to the peninsula, notice the difference in the temperatures at least along the coast. 65 in pacifica. 66 daly city and if the cloud is covering overhead. it will feel like a cool one with the sea breeze picking up for the afternoon. 69 san francisco this afternoon. 76 san mateo. are you going to see the gienlts play in sn it is -- giants play? it is going to be a cool evening. sun will set about 7:45. mostly clear skies and again that westerly breeze to about 10 miles an hour or so. it will be a light one. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view temperatures continuing to fall as we get into saturday sunday notice it will stay modest. low 80s remain in the forecast. along the coast, partly cloudy,
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morning fog, mid-60's in the forecast. monday to tuesday monday is a dry day. tuesday looks like we'll transition to a wetter pattern. we're hoping it sticks. in the meanwhile it is just a chance. >> we can hope. >> hey, tom cochran. life is a highway. rascal flats also redid it. it is whichever version you like. you have kweps, we have answers. >> thanks -- questions we have answers. disney released a new trailer for the up coming star wars. >> chewy we're. >> i miss chewy. the action packed preview debuted at a star wars convention in anaheim yesterday. star wars episode seven, the force awakens is going to make its way into the theaters on december 18th. film makers say it picks up where return of the jeddie yie
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-- jedi left off. perhaps the biggest question is sparked by that image. what does that look like? darth vader's wrecked helmet. you can hear the signature breathing on the sound track which is leading lots of people to question could darth vader still be alive? all right. here is something else for star wars fans to think about. check out that plane. japan's airlines unveiled. what does it look like? r2d2. it is made to look like you're flying inside r2d2. we're not sure what the inside looks like. we're trying to track that down. this is the star wars themed dreamliner. a five-year agreement between the airline and the disney. it will start flying sometime this fall but has not said on which routes. >> wow. stock traders apparently had time to catch up on the star wars news. bloom burg training terminals crashed around the world this
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morning. one twitter user posted this during the outage. problems with bloomburg? check out the new star wars trailer instead. another user wrote half of the market getting coffee, the other half updating the facebook profile and sending tweets. another suggested a trip to the pub. the bloomberg said the power outage was caused by network programs but the british government was forgsed to postpone a $4 billion bond sale because itself. britt mchenry caught on camera berating another . >> all right. coming up after the break we'll talk about the rant what triggered it and how the network is responding. >> they're calling it mobile-geddon. the change to koog google that could affect how -- google. that could affect how and where you spend your money.
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. >> there it is for you, rose mary. it took tennis legend serena williams, fencing champion tim morehouse and the rockettes years to master their craft. but only moments to master paying bills at chase.com. depositing checks at the atm and transferring funds on the mobile app. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank.
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. welcome back to mornings on two. the time is 8:25. they're calling it mobile-geddon. google plans to change the way the search engine recommends websites on smart phones and tablets. this is expected to have a big influence on how and where we spend our money.
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given most people depend on smart phones and compare to product or search for a restaurant for instance so here is how it will work. websites at that google defines as mobile friendly will be more likely at the top of the rankings. mobile friendly means that the site loads quickly and it is very accessible. websites that don't fit that description will probably be demoted. as part of earth day 2015, this weekend areas area cross the bachlt will work to get their city's cleaner. there are several -- the bay will work to get their city's cleaner. there are several activities. this is green fun and sustainable. community members and artists will create works of art in the sand. tomorrow's event will kickoff earth week next week showcased by earth day. ktvu launched a campaign. tell us how you're helping the environment and use the hash tag two acts of green. if you're looking for something
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to do for free this weekend, all you have to do is head over to a national park in honor of national park week, admission will be free tomorrow and sunday. it includes all national parks historic sites and other locations managed by the park service. if you want to go to yosemite, you will save $30. there are plenty of parks in the bay area. they include mere woods the national seashore and the golden gate recreational area all great choices. for a full list and a list of earth day events go to our website, ktvu.com and click on web links. >> time is 8:27. getting ready for the weekend and if your weekend plans include heading to the beach be real careful. after the break the dangerous combination that could get unsuspected beach goers into real trouble. . >> outside our doors this morning, minor changes under way, for some, more of the same. for others a cool down in store
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for your friday. i'll explain and your bay area weekend coming up. >> san francisco commute doesn't look bad. northbound 101 better than yesterday approaching the 80 split and southbound 101 looks good heading into the airport. >> the man would was severely beaten at a giants game four years ago made a come back. he thrilled the crowd at last night's game. we will tell you how he is doing and show you his recovery.
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. it is just me trying to find me now where i'm at. how far back i got set how far i need to go forward. >> they're calling him a miracle man, a come back kid. whatever you want to call him
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brian stow is incredible. look at him! you remember, he was severely beaten outside of dodger's stadium in los angeles. he was in a coma for months. but he has come a long way and ktvu caught up with him. janine de la vega will share with us his very inspiring road to recovery. she will be here in just a couple of minutes. stay tuned. good morning. welcome back. it is friday it is 8:17ed i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather as we get ready for the weekend and you know everything there is to know. >> i sure do and i'm going to share that information. >> i know you are. >> and with you out there. for many of us today will be a near repeat of yesterday when it comes to the temperatures, we'll be well above the seasonal average. let's start with some of the numbers. here is a comparison for you where we typically should be for this time of the year and where we'll be for this afternoon. santa rose going to 80 degrees. 11 degrees above the seasonal average. oakland, you'll be a whopping 82. san jose, 12 degrees above the
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seasonal average coming up at 82 as well. not everybody getting in on this. i'm seeing changes outside our door this morning. if you're along the coast if you're just inside the bay areas like san francisco you're seeing it as well. the fog is back with us and these low clouds creeping in to portions of the bay. i think for the bay area and our inland communities going to be a mostly sunny warm day. but right here along the coastline, in addition to the low clouds and the fog we have the on shore breeze coming back. it is going to be a weak sea breeze but it will bring our temperatures down. here we have 60s in the forecast. the rest of us back near the 70s and low 80s for your afternoon. eventually we will all get in on the cool down. it is a minor one, we're still going to be above average but that will take place as we get into your bay area weekend. right now outside our doors this morning. the winds calm add down. the off shore breeze died down considerablily and we started off chillier. 57 in oakland and 54 in redwood
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city. 55 sfo. 48 degrees for half moon bay. oh, man, with the cloudy conditions and another reading says 51. still, cloudy and cool at half moon bay. along the peninsula, and paleo alto, checking in at 516789 a quick peek at the afternoon hiefs. 82 for -- highs. 82 in concord and 82 in antioch. 80 degrees for san raphael and 86 for san mateo. unseasonably warm for most of the region. the cooling trend is continuing into the weekend. i'll have those numbers for you in just a little bit. let's head over to saturday good morning. >> good morning. rose mary. right now traffic is doing pretty well around the bay area. as a matter of fact, as we look at this commute you can see the traffic is a little bit slow approaching high street heading northbound. that is northbound 880 on the right. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza. there is good news. you might be able to stick around longer. there is not a
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big back up. 880 southbound. we've had problems between hayward and union city. we've had a little slowing north and southbound from 238. pockets of slow traffic heading down. lelts go back to the desk. >> -- let's go back to the desk. >> it is one of the stories i just love. in case you missed it there was a very incredibly emotional moment. that is part of it. it happened last night and it was years in the making. that is injured giants fan brian stow throwing out the first pitch at a ball game. ktvu fox two janine de la vega shows us how much hard work it took everyone involved and brian to make this happen and it just touches me to see this. >>reporter: yeah. i mean it is great. you know, brian stow was so excited and honored to be able to throw out the first ceremonial pitch at last night's home opener here at the stadium for the san jose giants. he used to be a paramedic before he was seriously injured. so he remembers sitting inside with his gurney ready to treat
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anybody who needed help and last night when he returned, the crowd welcomed him with cheers. and there he is with his son and his daughter at his side. stow needed to use a walker to get to the pifrj's mound. he had been -- pitcher's mound. he had been practices for amongs and told us he wanted to throw a strike. he was severely beaten outside dodger's stadium and it caused brain damage. they promised stow's family when he was ready. they wanted him to throw out the first pitch. he had to side arm it but his goal is to one day throw over hand again. ktvu visited stow at his home and he shared what he wanted people to take home. >> a lot of people didn't think i would live past the first 24 hours and to be here now is amazing. so i just want people to know
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that can happen. you can make whatever you want of yourself and make it work. >>reporter: what helps keep him going are his children. he was in a coma for nine months and is grateful to be alive. he spent years doing rehab learning how to walk. that is him with his dad in the backyard at home practicing for last night's game. he told us his next goal is to walk without crutches and a walker and also wants to get strong enough so that he can run again. you know, one of the things he told us is that he remembers that he used to run the warf to warf and he really wants to do that . >> i'm believing he intends to do it and he will do it. incredible story. >> he has a strong will. >> thank you. janine de la vega, thank you. three people are in stable condition after being stabbed inside a san leandro bar.
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police received 911 calls around 8:30 last night about a stabbing at shilo's cocktails. police found three men that had been stabbed. 6 to 7 people were involved in a fight but the suspects ran before the officers got there. police were seen questioning a man with a motorcycle club but investigators this morning announced that the bikers are not suspects at this time. now, back in february, a man was arrested outside the bar on charges of firing a gun there. however, no weapon was found that night the next day though, the next morning, an 11-year-old boy discovered a gun in the bushes. authorities say foul play is not suspected in the death of a palo alto man who went missing after a hike. search teams found the body of 70-year-old irwin myers yesterday afternoon. he set out for a hike on wednesday morning and his family notified police when he didn't come back. searchers found his 500 feet below a trail. investigators say at this point
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it is still unclear what hap. >> that is what we're trying to determine, whether or not he fell or if he was looking for shelter. at this point we don't know that. >> investigators say myers had hiked in the area before and was in good physical condition. all right. our time is 8:338. today the state water board they're expected to release a detailed report about new water rules and how quickly cities and water districts will be fined for breaking those rules. yesterday, governor jerry brown met with people who represent large water users like landscapers, golf courses and cemeteries. he says he will not relax the mandatory 25% water cut backs even though there are a lot of complaints that the cuts are unfair. the governor says he is aware it won't be easy. >> some people are really hurt, farmers, they say there will be wipe outs sometimes or temporary and so therefore we want to make sure we balance what we're
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doing. >> governor brown expects people to figure out new ways to save water during the drought. dry conditions due to the drought and warm weather is triggering warnings. ktvu fox 22 brian flores is live for us. it looks beautiful out there but certainly some things to keep an eye on if you're headed to the beach or so. >> you're right. just a couple of warnings to tell you about. we moved from our last location. it is warmer here. warmer temperatures this weekend. in fact, as rosemary has been talking byte we're above average when it comes to the temperatures and let's look at the sun here this morning. if you're planning to be in the east bay along the water here. there are a couple of warnings to tell you about. in fact, in oakland hills as we go to video. they put the warning to extreme. because of drought there is a lot of dry brush, grass that can quickly go up in flames winds can pick up this weekend but we'll be keeping an eye on.
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that firefighters plan to clear dangerous sites but people need to be pro active, for example we've been talking about creating a defensible space around your home and warning drivers not to throw out cigarettes. wins aren't the only concern. if you'll be out in the water on a beach or boater going into the water, the coast guard says expect strong swells all along the central and northern california coast. in particular, on the seashore along the peninsula monterey bay, big surf, the concern the coast guard says is the sneaker waves and rip currents that can be very dangerous. >> a sneaker wave is a wave in a set that is larger and stronger and usually unexpected so it can be pretty dangerous to people out in the water and people on the beaches. >> the weather has been beautiful. warm, sunny, i don't know, we've been outside pretty much every day. >> i'm excited the fog is rolling in. it doesn't been here for awhile.
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-- it hasn't been here for awhile. >> they are telling beach goers to stay away from the water's edge especially along rocks. it can range from 7 to 14 feet. swim near a life guard never turn your back on the ocean, use the buddy system or just wear a life jacket. taking it back out here live it will be a fantastic weekend weather wise. but that warning though does go out for dog owners as well. obviously a lot of dog owners take their dogs along the beach along the coast so be aware of that. temperatures this weekend expected to go anywhere between the 70s and 80s. be aware of the hidden warnings as you head outdoors this morning. back t. >> if it is nice in the city. it will be nice everywhere. still a little chilly? >> i'm from san diego, claudia. i'm chilly at any time. still chilly but i'm getting used to it. >> you'll get there. thanks so much. david hassle hof has a new
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dinosaurs, computer hacking. it is set to come out at end of may. the entire $630,000 budget was raised on kickstarter. it looks like a very serious flick. there are the dinosaurs. i wasn't expecting that. time is 8:42. the 911 call from the worker who was trapped inside an alaska airlines jet. it has just been rel. >> hello i'm stuck in this plane -- >> after the break, you'll hear the frantic me for help and the big -- plea for help and the big trouble that worker is facing. but first -- >> looking at a commute oh my god, where is that coming from! looking at the commute, it is doing okay as you drive up to -- my goodness. i can't even speak. we'll get this commute in a minute. . >> a bit of a transition taking place for your bay area friday. we'll be cooler along the
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coastline for the afternoon and then eventually everybody will get in on this. i'll have a look at what to expect for today and your bay area afternoon, coming up. my name is tony sartorio. i'm a lineman for pg&e out of the concord service center. i have lived here pretty much my whole
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. a baggage handler who made a lot of news for being trapped
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inside the belly of an alaska airlines jet is now banned from ever working for the airline ever again. >> you're where? >> i'm inside a plane and a feel like it is moving in the air. can you please tell somebody to stop it? >> that is the bizarre 911 tape released yesterday and announcement about the guy was released last night. the unidentified baggage guy works for a company that provides ground services for alaska airlines. the handler claims he fell asleep inside the sealed baggage hold monday, just before the plane took off for la. crew members and passengers heard him banging on the walls. they alerted the pilot who then turned the plane around and returned to the airport. espn is benching one of the reporters after a video surfaced of her berating a towing company attendant in washington dc. >> do you feel good about your
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job? so i can be a college drop out and do the same thing because i have a brain and you don't? >> that was 28-year-old britt mchenry. she was angry after her car was impounded. mchenry questioned the intelligence and weight of the attendant she later apologized on twitter saying her emotions got the best of her during a stressful moment. espn has suspended her for a week. time is 8:48. still ahead we're keeping an eye on the roads for you. sal is busy listening to music but also following the roads. >> that's right. we're looking at the roads on the peninsula and highway 101 mountain view, redwood city. that whole area not recommended especially northbound because we've had slow traffic from sunnyvale. a couple of different problems on 101 and a new problem southbound 101. it is already on the shoulder. the easy bet there is to use 280 as an alternative because it is
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much better. also a new accident. let's move to new pictures. moderately heavy. it is getting better. a commute that has improved is westbound 80. small delay at toll plaza i almost fell off my chair here. let's go rosemary in the weather center. >> another beautiful day for most of us. getting some reports from areas like daly city, el grenada and pacifica and saying oh, yes very cloudy. thick, thick and cool. cooler at the coastline for today. partly cloudy skies. a localized on shore breeze moving back to the bay area. inland areas have no idea what i'm talking about. mostly sunny skies and temperatures will be well above average once again. with the morning fog and the on shore breeze returning to the bay area all of us will eventually cool down. it will be a minor drop in temperatures and i think we'll remain above average for the weekend. i'll show you the numbers in just a moment but there is that fog. back along the coastline and we're seeing slivers of it move over portions the bay area. it won't last for very long unless you're at the coast.
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it will be partly cloudy there. the entire day, 48 degrees and cloudy at half moon bay. a chilly start there. 54, redwood city. 56 in hayward. 54 in livermore. the winds have gone calm and because of it, most of us are starting out a few degrees chillier than where we were yesterday morning. the inland communities back up anywhere from five to 10 to 15 degrees above average away from the coast. along the coastline today we'll be cooling it back, almost like a summer pattern right? we get the cooling at the coast first and then it takes a day or two before we see it inland. for today, not going to feel if at all unless you're right at the coastline where again it will be a cooler one. giving us a look here at the extended forecast. a minor drop in temperatures will continue as we get into the bay area weekend and when i say minor. you can see that for yourself. low 80s in the forecast saturday into sunday for our inland communities, upper 70s around the bay. mid-60's at coast. the cloudy conditions if you do have plans maybe to head to the coast. be aware of that and then futd
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out tuesday into wednesday. finger -- further out tuesday into wednesday fingers crossed. time is 8:50. ahead, alex savage has been on the court at oracle arena all morning long. shooting baskets live on the air. he is preparing now for a little game of his own. coming up next, we'll find out who is putting alex's skills to the test.
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. all morning, ktvu alex savage has been testing his skills inside oracle arena and it turns out the warriors aren't the only ones with tall yept. we caught him sinking twiet a few shots over the -- quite a few shots over the past couple of hours. we're putting him up to the test and here we'll do a little shoot off here. so we're going to go outside with our guests. >> i'm ready.
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>> all right. >> are you ready? . >> look at the ball they gave me. >> this is a shoot off. alex will shoot off and then claudeine. you're going to do what i say. the first to miss is the loser if you both miss then you owe me coffee and doughnuts if it is a tie i have another shot up my sleeve. there is something at stake. loser has to bring coffee and doughnuts but if you both miss you can bring it to me. alex you're up first. shoot with your eyes closed. are you ready? >> from anywhere? >> yes. >> okay. let's . >> from anywhere, step back, al aex. >> oh! oh my god! he made it! >> that was good! >> you're not supposed to make it. >> all right claudine. with your eyes closed. >> rude. >> i have to say. he is at oracle practicing all
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morning. >> arizona good athlete. don't do that. all right. here we go. just shoot. >> all . >> aw! okay. all right. all right. okay. >> it sounded good to me. how did it look. >> it made it. claudine made it. >> you didn't see it? >> the second shot, you have to stand on your right foot and shoot it with your left hand. all ? >> right foot, shoot it with your left hand. you can keep your eyes open though. it will be a hard one. >> who is going first. >> you're going first alex. go ahead alex. >> okay. >> right foot, left. >> oh! alex makes it! >> did it go in. >> it went in! >> come on. right foot, left hand. come on. . >> way to go!
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>> it went in. >> all right. the last one is okay, step back, both of you. this is the last one, we're running out of tiechlt step back a little bit -- out of time. step back a little bit. a regular jump shot. step back. >> my worst shot. >> from the top. i'll go from here. from the three-point. >> oh my gosh! >> sinks it. >> claudine, it is al. >> yes, claudine! i think i'll have to bring you coffee and doughnuts. both of you, come see me on monday. i'll have something extra for you. >> that's right. >> absolutely. >> that was actually an aw display of shooting. let's go to the traffic very quickly. i think we're running out of time here. >> i'm impressed. >> i'm proud of all three of you
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right now. >> let's -- are you going to talk about traffic? >> i can do weather. >> do weather first. >> all right. so a minor cool down that begins today only for the coast and then a subtle drop in temperatures. the fog is back. it is along the coastline and will spread inland just a bit as we get into saturday and sunday. >> okay. . see? you don't have to do just traffic. you can do sports as well. >> i know. we'll quickly look at toll plaza. if you've been waiting and watching the brilliant morning on two segment. go to the toll plaza and there is not a lot of crowd here. 880 slow passing the coliseum as you drive up to high street and if you're on the peninsula highway 101 through mountain view is not recommended we'll use 280 instead. it is very heavy. >> all right. we had fun with that. and i enjoyed that. >> i can't believe they made the shots. that is the report for this morning as we say goodbye and have a wonderful weekend. we'll go back to our star
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players the. alex savage making it look easy and claudine wong making it look easy as well. you make the golden state warriors proud. watch ktvu fox two news at noon and we thank you for joining us. >> oh, so close. >> great way to end the show! see you guys. >> that is all right. i'm proud o. >> what are you going to do? captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com mmm... (eating sounds) do you know that guy? get a load of jack's loaded breakfast sandwich. what's on it? what's not on it? two freshly cracked eggs, ham, sausage, bacon, and cheese all on toasty sourdough made just for you. it's like a big ol' breakfast buffet right in your hand. (vo) at jennie-o, we heard of a place in iowa where every thursday people ride ten miles for tacos.
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