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donald trump is the system. carly fiorina taking shots at donald trump. in the interview with her running mate, senator ted cruz. the warriors reading -- ready to take on the trail blazers today. the history behind that rivalry. [ music ]. good morning everyone. look at that beautiful picture. the sun shining already over the bay bridge. temperatures are up and another beautiful day. >> you thought yesterday was warm you will love today.
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changes are coming our way. look at that shot. it makes us all very grateful to live here in the bay. welcome to the mornings on 2 mac. let's go over to rosemary for a check on how high the temperatures are going to go today. >> similar to yesterday and without the wind. the winds will come down. colmer this morning and as we get into the afternoon mostly sunny skies will turn partly cloudy and that will be the change we had seen come our way. take a look at the beautiful gorgeous shot in the san francisco area. son has been out for 45 minutes and we are looking at a fabulous day. let's check in on the winds. santa rosa in oakland reporting easterly breeze. fairfield reporting 12. again breeze out there. offshore breeze continues. temperatures will soar at the above average today. not as windy. 53 in walnut creek.
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54 in novato. 55 sfo. san francisco 61. a cool one at half moon bay, san jose. here is a look at the day planner. this is for the east bay locations by 10:00. already hitting 70 degrees has we get into lunch, mid 70s and then upper 70s as we head into the second part of the day. this is hayward forecast but includes oakland. if you are seeing the a's place today you will share that area with the warriors play. we have a fabulous day for the east bay shoreline. we will be mostly sunny but i want to show you as we get into the afternoon, things start to change. here is 5:00. the low clouds are pulling back
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along the coastline. this will be the beginning of a cool down that we will see as early as tomorrow. i will have a look at the afternoon highs and what is going on there and in the extended forecast, clouds them with rain. we begin with the road to the championship. it is a big day for the warriors as they start round 2. golden state hosting trailblazers in game one of the western conference semi finals. the warriors took three of the four during regular-season. it came back in february when portland rolled to a 137-105 victory over the warriors. that deficit was the warriors widest margin of the season. you may remember that klay thompson call that game a flu. one is at 1230 pmn oracle. traffic and parking will be messy because there is also an a's game. warriors game 2 is that oracle tuesday night at 7:30 pm.
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games three and four are in portland. game five through seven will alternate between oakland and portland. >> on the road to the white house. carly fiorina and senator ted cruz in burlingame all yesterday and all of them talking about donald trump of course and all of them trying to get votes at the california gop. both primary to reassure republicans that they have a path to victory that both have been mathematically eliminated to clinch the nomination before the convention. last night the arena made the case that there is a chance to contest that and she took shots and other republican candidates.>> donald trump isn't going to challenge the system. donald trump is the system. i wish governor john kasich would get the memo because you see if you lose 49 out of 50
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states you will not be the nominee. it isn't going to happen. >> the arena didn't stay in the bay for long. she flew to indiana which has its primary coming up on tuesday. pete wilson enjoys cruz at the convention. cruz came out swinging against the current governor. he said this in an interview. >> reporter: after first being endorsed by the old guard >> you all are experiencing the consequences of those misguided liberal policies. >> senator ted cruz immediately went after the new. >> governor jerry brown and kamala harris have adopted policies that of hurt millions of californians and donald trump dave brown and harris knew some $12,000. he helped fund their policies. >> he is behind the top of the polls. he is down 27 points.
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>> i will you change the numbers. >> i named my vice presidential nominee. >> the arena is well-known in the bay area. >> the first californian on a national ticket since ronald reagan. >> she was born in texas and lives now in virginia. >> do you really believe that carly fiorina will help you in this state? >> here today the crowd does seem to choose him. a far cry from the hundreds of screaming protesters that sent donald trump scrambling over barricades just to get an. >> i think donald's rhetoric often is nothing but hateful and insulting. >> cruz spend the most time in the state and got the most support from the republican party. california will decide this primary. senator ted cruz
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pokes his early arrival and campaign work with the help of the old guard, in the wake of revolution began here in the great state of california. >> he hopes it will wendy him a new victory. >> if we unite we will when the primary and win the general and win over hillary clinton and turn this country around. >> california voters go to the polls june 7 with 172 delegates up for grabs. we talked about the difficult math. >> it is a narrow path but if donald trump doesn't have enough pledged delegates going into the convention and then so he feels on the first vote that a lot of the delegates are released to vote however they like on the second ballot.>> michael simpson says she is
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doubtful that the arena will have a lasting impact on the cruz campaign. she lost her bid for senate back in 20 10 x 10 points and moved out of state.>> bernie sanders campaign opened an office in oakland. dozens of people were there to celebrate the office located on college avenue and broadway. this is sanders a second campaign office in california. he opened one in los angeles. hillary clinton will be there. her oakland campaign office opened on thursday. clinton is focusing on indiana's primaries which is on tuesday. election coverage continues. we will have the gop convention in the protest on the first day of the event. murder of san jose couple allegedly by their own two sons. 22-year-old [ null ] crombie shot his father a dozen times in the family's garage. he killed his mother with one shot to the head.
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the brothers allegedly wrote cryptic messages on the walls and make sure blood didn't seep under the garage door before heading to oakland for an animate convention. they are being tried as adults. pg&e crews looking for a gas leak in alameda county. people reported smelling gas near bay farm island at 7:00 last night. more reports coming out of oakland. no one was evacuated and no one has been injured. the cause of a fire at the estuary is under investigation. is spent -- it look like this from our cam. firefighters say people from oakland and alameda posted multiple posts about that smoke. that smoke was so thick because of a special will used to keep the peer from rotting. it is very flammable and that is why you saw the thick black smoke coming off because
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once that started for the oil starts to vaporize and get hot and starts to burn and then you get that thick black smoke. when tire fires burn and stuff like that. people swam over to climb up on the peer. no homes or buildings were frightened and no one was hurt. you don't even need to own a bike to participate in bike to work day. that bike share program will let you check out a bike for free on may 12. use it for a half an hour before being charged. there are 70 bike stations for you can check out these free bikes. go to ktvu.com and click on web links. could tailgating be a way to save time and energy? a new idea to move cargo straight ahead. hunger strikes. day 10 of the protest. how the mission is affecting their health and what they are planning to do next.
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good morning. welcome back on the senate. a live look at the golden gate bridge. starting out with sunshine overhead and have to get this party started. temperatures are warming up back to the mid to upper 80s. i will have a look at your neighborhood coming up. it is playoff season for another bay area team. the sharks play game two tonight. they are hoping for more support. it was the first time in shark history that a proposed a season game did not sell out. the team did not know who the opponent would be or when they would play until late. there are a few hundred tickets
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left for tonight's game. they expect sellouts for the rest of the run. a new high-tech tailgating system designed to move cargo by truck. >> researchers say it can save fuel and improve safety and ease traffic congestion. tom vacar has that story. >> reporter: it may look like tailgating but it is not. thanks to sophisticated sensors and communications technology by next year you will start seeing platoons in trucks. >> stephen shot over has worked on platooning for decades. the same principle of drafting that enables racecars, cyclists were flocks abuse to save energy. >> when you run the client -- text close together the front truck can save 5% of the fuel consumption in the following trucks can say 10 or 15% of the fuel consumption. we think that in the future with more improvements of those numbers could get bigger. >> pellets on technology is
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testing the system. it benefits safety as much is fuel economy. >> with this technology the rear truck knows what the front truck is doing and knows that whatever the front truck is doing the rear truck will mimic that and react almost instantaneously. >> as this shows is that we truck has to hit the brakes the followers will do so long before the human driver could countering possible driver fatigue or inattentiveness. >> safety comes from the fact that we are adding the ability to the driver. >> there is a national shortage of 48,000 truck drivers. as many drivers age 50+ retired the shortage will increase to 200,000. the younger 20 and 30-year-old men and women aren't necessarily attracted to the industry. >> another big benefit. >> we can have the technology to move the vehicles closer together and do it safely then
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we can increase capacity of the highway. >> if trucks and cars were equipped with this technology even the most crowded freeways would be cleared up and even in the most congested times and move much more quickly. tom vacar. interesting find in some of the deepest waters of the pacific. this is video of a stunning jellyfish that was spotted near them arianna's island near the philippines where the deepest waters in the world can be found. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration released a video. sign to say this jellyfish appears to be a predator according to his long extended tentacles. look at that. >> predator mode. beautiful. >> also beautiful is our weather. let's go to rosemary orozco. it is a beautiful sunrise.
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>> if you enjoy yesterday you will enjoy today. and it comes to the weather at least. we have 70s at the coast and 70s in san francisco. mid-80s for inland communities. we will start in the east bay where we have blue skies overhead although a beautiful view on this picture. temperatures are similar in most areas and a few degrees cooler and a tad warmer for some . livermore it is calm and temperatures are cooler. storm tracker 2 showing you what is going on as we get into the pattern of in place for the bay. we have to take a big look around and we have this rich that remains off the pacific and we have a system that brought us scattered showers were held to earlier and continues to bring scattered showers over lake tahoe and still you can see in the picture if i squeeze in close of the north winds continuing today and not as strong as yesterday
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and definitely a lighter breeze out there this morning. no wind advisory. the wind although will be breezy at times that won't be as strong as yesterday but the temperatures will remain in place. there is future cast. we will go back to this because this will show us the changes as we get into the afternoon. low clouds beginning to work back on the coast line. it could be partly cloudy for the second part of the afternoon into the evening. for pacifica in santa cruz, it will come in from the south. possibility of thunderstorms super tahoe and there you see it. still having to do with the system. as we get into the evening it remains fair but we will likely push inland as we get overnight for tomorrow morning we wake up to partly cloudy skies and by tomorrow afternoon not as warm as today. if you like the warmth enjoy it. 61 san francisco and 59 oakland. 53 walnut creek. low 50s to start your morning
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in santa rosa. mid-50s into the south bay. 56 mountain view. going out to see the a's today were in the parking lot for the warriors, here is a look at what to expect, 9 am, upper 60s. 11 am, 54. by 1:00, 80 degrees. it will be warmer, it could feel like 85. make sure you have the sunblock and drink plenty of water. low 70s in the forecast. 84 degrees for walnut creek and 86 at antioch. 77 by the water in alameda. peninsula is 81 in redwood city. 70s san francisco. gorgeous and the city. very sure extended forecast. temperatures will fall off as early as monday. still comfortable monday and wednesday. back into the 60s and scattered shower still in the forecast lingering into thursday.
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>> plenty of drinking out there. at the tailgating. not all of the water. get water in the mix. stay hydrated. be sure to download the free ktvu weather app for the latest . it has live radar and up-to- the-minute forecast. your time is 7:20 am. the deadening flabby -- deadly flooding in texas. the challenges that rescue workers are facing. iraq is getting worse. 24 hours after protesters stormed a garden green zone.
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new developments on increasing violence in iraq. 19 people are dead after two car bombings. this comes a day after people storm the parliament building.
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prime minister ordering please try arrested protesters to broke through the green zone barricades to the us embassy is. the demonstrators following influential shiite cleric. may day rallies planned across the bay today. protesters will march for different causes including immigration reform and higher pay and ending police brutality. and opened a rally at the fruitvale bart station and those people will march to san antonio part. a union will march in san francisco at 11:00 this morning. researchers may be closing in on a cure for fear. it could be a huge step in the treatment from ordinary phobias to posttraumatic stress. >> reporter: this can be a normal response to outside stimuli or can be tied to the
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memory of a traumatic experience. for some the sphere of memories can be debilitating. especially for those struggling with phobias or posttraumatic stress disorder. researchers say the memories are not as solid as you may think and can be altered. >> every time you retrieve a memory it gives you an opportunity to rewrite or add new information. >> it is this reconsolidation that scientists are studying to find ways to cure fear attached to memories. >> we try to block the storage of the old memory and the re- storage with drugs or we can introduce new information that changes the way the memory feels. we can change it from something that is give fearful that is neutral. >> researchers hope to learn more about what a memory is. they believe it believes -- falls between 10 hours after recalling the memory. the goal is to a race the fear attached to memories leaving the memory but not the fear. research could be key to treating ptsd.
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scientists now believe they have identified a gene that affects how fear memories are processed in the absence of this gene may be the key to new treatment. >> we can identify genes that cause ptsd and we can predict whether someone may develop ptsd or whether we can develop drugs to target those areas. >> scientists warn we are still years away from a racing fear but learning more every day about how the mind works and treatments. in new york, abby huntsman. after 90 years and opened a landmark italian deli has closed. owners of the geneva claim rising rent. customers lined up yesterday for a chance to get genova's sauces that had so many people happy. a mother waited patiently.
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>> 2 1/2 hours at least and our turn is that. we will scream when it is that. 95. all of this for ravioli. >> people worked here for 40 years and it says something about the business. >> genova delicatessen will keep locations in napa and they are looking for a new retail location in oakland. another branch of the family owns two delis. president obama is not holding back at his last correspondence dinner. what he had to say about the donald straight ahead. where police will be getting their new body cameras coming up. but officers are expecting to where. temperatures are expected to reach their peak. we will look at the conditions and talk about what to expect in the cooling trend expected by tomorrow coming up. when consultant josh atkins books at laquinta.com.
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top stories. police say hi same column robby shot his father more than a dozen times. when his mother rushed and he killed her with one shot to the head. he and his brother omar went to oakland for an animate
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convention. they both will be tried as adults for the parents murders. >> jia peak convention wraps up in burlingame today. donald trump had a controversy all speech friday. carly fiorina and senator ted cruz tried to reassure they have a path to victory. they have been mathematically eliminated before the convention. they are looking at indiana. a hunger strike to protest police shootings in san francisco is an attempt at. five people on the hunger strike have been surviving only on liquids. a spokesperson said the strikers are getting weaker and all of them visited a doctor. one of them have pneumonia. they want greg suhr to resign over a string of police shootings in the group and their supporters accuse the police department up fostering a culture of racism. >> we will take it and let him know there is no more business as usual until the people of
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san francisco and people of color can feel safe. we don't feel safe right now. >> supporters of the hunger strikers planned a rally in march for the mission district starting at 1:00 on tuesday. time now is 7:31 am. in the east bay yesterday, the wind was picking up. >> it was everywhere on the peninsula in burlingame. >> it down a little bit. it didn't feel swell tooling -- sweltering. >> the wind keep things cool and feeling better. temperatures will remain up. today is expected to be the warmest day of not only the week but the next several days. we begin the cooling trend. a few into the east bay and all of that sunshine. woke up with sunshine and we
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haven't throughout the afternoon. low clouds will begin to roll back in and i will show you just a little bit that let's look at what is going on in san francisco. you can see the tower and mostly sunny skies. 62 degrees in san francisco. we had the crew ship. 75 and sunny in san francisco. what a treat. 59 degrees in oakland, 51 livermore, 55 san jose, 52 santa rosa. i mean 75 this afternoon. the pattern is not changing a lot for today but in the second part of the afternoon we have a southerly surge that will bring low clouds back to the coast starting in areas like monterey in santa cruz. the pacifica and ocean beach and continuing northward. also there will be a shift in the wind and as we start the morning
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the winds of light for most coming in from the east and northeast but as we get into the second part of the day the arrows to a flop and we are looking at an onshore breeze. san francisco could hit 75 degrees early and late in the day the breeze will pull us back. 81 in oakland for the second part of your afternoon. 79 mountain view. low 80s for santa rosa. mid-80s in livermore. temperatures coming back down into monday. clouds are coming back. a look at the extended forecast coming up. some people will be glued to their radios and tvs today. golden state starts the second round of playoffs this afternoon. golden state may have something to prove because the blazers can claim the margin to victory. klay thompson called that lost a fluke and curry will this --
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return during the series. traffic and parking could be messy because there is an oakland a's game at the coliseum. hans single ball, it didn't work out for them. starter chris devenski in the second inning. billy byrnes singled to left. that was the end of scoring but a forearm strain he made it look easy. ryan matson closed it out in the night. the sweep against houston. the giants try to avoid being swept up by the hottest team in baseball. they did get it going in the third. buster posey scored on the two
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outhit mating it for-three, new york. they expanded their lead in the six. giants battled back with two runs in the eighth. raiders fans are hoping to keep the team in the bay area. they rallied outside of the headquarters to push for a new stadium to be built in oakland. this comes on the heels of mark davis to move the team to los angeles. >> cristina rendon own explains. >> reporter: echoing outside the raiders headquarters in alameda were cheers from the tailgaters. christopher solomon
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and her family drove from fresno to show support. >> we are out here is a family. my daughter and husband is here.>> these families want owner mark davis to open his eyes. >> enough is enough. commit to oakland or sell to someone who will. >> davis pitched the idea of moving the team to a $1.4 billion stadium off the strip in las vegas saying he put $500 million of his own money to make it happen. >> i am infuriated and disgusted and embarrassed. >> we are selling out season- ticket said there is a waiting list. you won't get this in vegas. >> next week the raiders and officials will talk about building a new stadium in oakland. >> the founder says the team wants to say and they don't take davis's actions seriously. >> mark davis either needs to
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concede to get the match in oakland or sell the team to an open order because we are the greatest culture of fans. >> oakland officials including the mayor say they are committed on getting it done. a deal that can't come soon enough for raider nation.>> it is always been oakland. it should always be oakland.>> cristina rendon. republican presidential candidate donald trump making his first appearance on news talk shows. in an exclusive interview with chris wallace he disputed claims that his appearance at the california republican convention sparta the right. >> we had 31,000 people in the stands and it was packed and the biggest crowd they've ever had with 31,000 people and we didn't have a ryan for anyone raise their hand. it was like a lovefest and it was incredible. i didn't even see the riot. these are wiseguys and it is a
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terrible thing that people are allowed to get away with this. these are professional agitators. >> trump said he never sought the protest against him. he also added that he will come out of indiana's primary on tuesday the big winner and is already ahead in the polls. president obama last night with his final dinner in washington. this is for correspondence. big names from the world of politics, business in hollywood for at this annual event. larry wilmore hosted the dinner and also hosted the nightly show. the funnyman had a hard act to follow as barack obama himself gave his last and possibly his best speech at the dinner. >> next year at this time
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someone else will be standing here in this spot and if anyone guesses who she will be -- [ laughter ]. it is surprising you have a room full of reporters and celebrities and cameras and he says no. is this dinner too tacky for the donald? what could he possibly be doing instead. is he eating a trump stake? to beating out insults to outgoing? what is he doing? >> bernie sanders was the only presidential candidate to attend the dinner. coming up you will see how the president ended his speech and it is something to wait for. >> san jose police have chosen the body cameras that they could wear as early as this summer. they are going with taser international to supply the force.
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they have been debating between the stun gun company five did you. city council has to approve the decision. president obama is switching for research into smart and technology. it is to make guns safer to only allow the owner to fire the bucket -- weapon. a ring fob would establish the person using the gun. a white house spokesman said it is a safety industry issue. that is what people do. that is what manufacturers do. that is the source of innovation. i think the best thing is in the auto industry. >> the national rifle association says it is not against smart guns but is against the law that keeps americans from owning firearms they don't have that smart gun technology. san jose man under arrest for shooting and killing his own wife after a 1230 after a 12:30 am investigation.
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sonja neyland was rushed to the hospital but she died a short time later. officers later arrested james nallan on suspicion of murder. police are investigating. it is the sixth homicide in the past two weeks. oakland police offering a reward to find the person who shot and killed a bicyclist near lake merritt. police have identified the man as ernesto laura junior from texas. they are trying to figure out a motive there but they don't think it was a robbery. if you have information call oakland police. a rite of passage over the golden gate bridge. how girl scouts celebrated the event. i have no idea. >> how that young man living
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with autism who is unable to speak is using his computer to express his feelings. that story up next.
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officials in texas up on the body of a victim after rain and flooding in the town of palestine on friday. the other victims include a woman and four of her great- grandchildren. cleanup underway. people forced from their homes are now trying to recover what remains of their belongings. the flooding breach the roots of some homes and rescue workers used fire trucks to get to the victims. 40 homes and businesses are severely damaged. as we
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close out autism awareness month we want to tell you about a boy who was diagnosed as a how the. spirit benjamin alexander couldn't communicate until he learned to type. >> might need back reports he is a writer and college student. >> reporter: he cannot speak but benjamin alexander has much to say. one type the word at a time. >> i must not be as stupid as some people think. >> he hasn't spoken since 2 when he was diagnosed with epilepsy and autism. >> the voice within is remarkable. >> children receive gifts throughout their lives and christmas, hanukkah, birthdays and for me be autism gift box is a demon that robbed me if a normal childhood. who in the hell gave me this
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gift. please, take it back. >> he was a smiley chubby cheeked toddler and just starting to form words. >> we didn't suspect anything until 18 months and he stopped looking at me and i couldn't get his attention when i would sing. >> his parents both doctors got to diagnosis and they fear autism. often called a pervasive developmental disorder. >> using the word autism had a horrible connotation. >> as few as one in 10 people with autism are nonverbal. they don't have meaningful language. >> i feel like he died. >> years of therapy led been to typing. >> i could see in his eyes the intelligence and i knew we had
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to find a way to get it out. >> his longtime teacher used facilitated communication with been holding her finger to support his own as he typed. she initially had doubts about this method. >> being allowed to work with him in the a way that kids could communicate. >> did you always like what i did with you? >> know, i worked hard. i was hard. >> then graduated with honors from high school and got into tulane university in new orleans. he is an english major with a 3.7 gpa. his dad is his constant companion on campus. >> i in the gps. i direct him. that also provides a steady hand when been types. >> i had the monotonous voice of my computer. i have no idea if my laptop
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displays confidence but it has helped me deal with the ravages brought to me by this disease. >> his computer announces his wish to contribute. >> normal conversation and sound and not formal. >> then in his parents cheer for autism. >> i don't look too far in the future. i think it is a depressing thought that things change. 10 years ago i wouldn't have thought that he would have been doing this. >> his former teacher believed been witek speed -- succeeds expectation. >> i am getting emotional but he is like my son as well. >> ben wants people to know he
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is here. >> i am not be autism posterboard but i hope people will make the effort to allow us to be heard. >> using his writing, his voice. >> what a great story. you can find out more about autism and autism awareness month on ktvu.com. click on a web link section. >> we will talk to the people behind the controversy a film called the vacuum. possible connection with the mmr vaccine and autism. >> now let's turn to rosemary because none of us can wait to get outside. >> hopefully you have nothing else to do but get out and relax and bring the sunblock in the shades in the water. another warm day in-store and temperatures will be back into the mid-to upper 80s in areas over the east bay and east bay
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hills. padilla blue sky from the coast around the bay in inland. that will change as we get into the second part of your afternoon right along the coastline. we will talk about that coming up. let's look at a broad view, satellite radar and you can see from the when bars the upper level winds in the atmosphere. it tells a lot. we have the system off to the east that will bring thunderstorms to areas like tahoe. we have the high pressure that remains over the bay and we are still right there in between with the north and northeasterly winds for the afternoon today. not a strong this morning and not as strong in the afternoon. could be locally breezy at times. we're not seeing the wind like we did yesterday. mostly sunny skies and warmer weather. future cast, a little bit of low clouds and fog activity on the monterey coast. second part of the afternoon, it works its
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way up the coastline and into areas like santa cruz and half moon bay. even stretching into areas to point reyes where low clouds are expected. if you are thinking about heading to the beach we will start at mostly sunny and this will roll in and in the evening it will continue to move through and by tomorrow morning partly cloudy skies around the bay. winds now looking at fairfield, northerly breeze at 12. napa with the breeze at 5. oakland with a southerly breeze at 6. temperature, seeing the warm up. 62 san francisco. mid to upper 50s around the bay . mountain view 56. to have a festival there. we have numbers in the north bay similar to yesterday. 53 napa. 55 san jose. afternoon highs, a warm one.
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74 degrees at 11:00. 80 degrees at game time. be prepared for the warm weather. when you are sitting in the stands it will feel hotter. 83 degrees petaluma. 79 in sausalito. gorgeous day. 81 castor valley. a nice day to be by a pool. 83 los gatos. 80 san mateo. 75 san francisco. embarcadero, gorgeous day. extended forecast, cool down begins tomorrow and temperatures continue to fall tuesday, wednesday, scattered showers, thursday. in addition to what weather coming it is look like much, maybe 10th of an inch or less. the numbers falling off. 60s and the forecast for wednesday and thursday.>> today it will be beautiful. >> i will take it.
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>> former child star weighs in on marriage. the former growing pains actor feeling a bit of pain in social media. what he said about why following his leave. the pet of the day. so cute. four-year-old cat who loves to be in the spotlight. hollywood is a talkative and outgoing cat. best in a home with adults only. visit san francisco spca to meet her. go to the mornings on 2 mac tab and scroll down to the pet of the week section.
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travelers and belgium will use the departure hall at the brussels airport for the first time since the terror attacks. passengers will use the building that has been under prepare for a month.
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the airport had been resuming flights but passengers are using a temporary check in facility. security checks will continue. 16 people died at that airport in another 16 people died at a says -- subway station. orthodox christians are celebrating easter today. people attended a midnight mass in moscow. including russian president vladimir putin. there are 200 million orthodox christians and roman catholics in product at -- protestants. a former child star feeling the pain because of his comments on marriage. kirk cameron who starred as mike seaver said wives should follow their husbands lead. he says wives should not tell their husband how he ought to be a better husband and he added let each person get their part right regardless of how
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their spouses treating them. there is hope for real change in marriage. people have been sounding off on social media about those comments and this person says so you are saying women should put up with abusive husband? that is not what god had in mind. >> another says kirk cameron has a bit of a problem understanding irony. christiane smith says wives must be submissive's desha missive to husband? with misogyny and abuse. hash tag. a controversial documentary on vaccinations and autism. it features a center for disease control whistleblower. the documentary is topping controversy. we will talk to the people who made the film. also coming up, more jokes and highlights from last night's white house correspondents dinner.
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good evening everybody. it is an honor to be her in my last and perhaps the last white house correspondents dinner. >> you all a great and the end of the republican never looked better.
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good morning. taking a live look outside. the sun is already shining and looking to be a great day. >> that is an odd picture right now. it looks hazy but i can guarantee you the sun is shining brightly in the temperatures are on their way up. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 mac. i am ross palombo. a look at your weather on this first day of may. rosemary, i like to yesterday. it could of been breeze year. off the breezeway exit there was trash flying everywhere. >> it was blowing in most areas. when advisory expired for the hills yesterday. pretty much everywhere it was breezy. the winds have gone fairly calm and they will be light
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throughout the afternoon. picking up locally to breezy at times but nothing like yesterday. we do have 7 miles per hour reported in fairfield. fairfield was gusting to near 40 miles per hour yesterday so a big change when it comes to the wind.  calm sfo. livermore easterly breeze at five. 57 livermore. low 60s concorde. north bay 61. mid-50s half moon bay. low 50s in redwood city. san francisco 64 in the south bay 60 degrees. numbers. we have 59 now in belmont and 54 for palo alto and shifting into the inner east bay, 62 in antioch and 55 danville. low 50s lafayette. these numbers are similar to yesterday. a few degrees warmer in areas
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like fairfield and cooler in livermore. all in all in the same pattern for today minus the wind. i will have a look at the afternoon highs and we have a cooling trend per back to work monday. let's talk about the road to the championship. it continues with game one in the second round against the trailblazers. golden state biggest loss of the season came at the hands of portland. damian lillard ripped off 51 points. they don't really feel the need to learn anything they said. they are focused now on playing the best they can play so they can continue to work towards back-to-back championships. here is the warriors second round schedule. game one at 12:30 pm at oracle. traffic and parking may be messy because there is an afternoon game as well. warriors game two at 730 on
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tuesday night. games 527 will alternate between oakland and portland. senator ted cruz and carly fiorina trying to turn the corner at the california gop convention. both tried to reassure current -- republicans they have a path to victory. both have been mathematically eliminated to clinch the nomination. last night the arena made the case there is still a chance to contest that. she took shots at the other republican candidates. >> donald trump isn't going to challenge the system. donald trump is the system. >> i wish governor john kasich would get the memo because you see if you lose 49 out of 50 states you will not be the nominee. it isn't going to happen.>> the arena didn't stay in the bay for long. she flew to indiana which has
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its primary coming up on tuesday . pete wilson endorsed cruz at the convention and cruz came out swinging against the current governor. he said down and talk to us about all of that during an exclusive interview.>> senator ted cruz. >> after being endorsed by the old guard. >> you are experiencing the consequences of those misguided liberal policies. >> senator ted cruz immediately went after the new. >> governor jerry brown and gavin newsom have adopted policies that occurred millions of californians and donald trump gave brown and harrison newsom $12,000. he helped fund their policies. >> he is behind to trump call in the polls. he is down 27 points. >> this past week i named my vice presidential nominee carly fiorina. >> the arena is well known in
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the bay area. >> the first californian on a national ticket since ronald reagan. >> she was born in texas and lives now in virginia. >> do you really believe that carly will help you in this state? >> in here today the crowd doesn't confuse him which is a fark cry from the protesters that send donald trump scrambling over a barricade just to get an. >> donald's rhetoric often is nothing but hateful and insulting. >> riess spent the most time in the state and gotten the most support from the republican party. >> california is going to decide this primary. who would have thought it. >> senator ted cruz hopes his early arrival and campaign work with the help of the old guard.
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>> the raven revolution began here in the great state of california. >> he hopes it will win him a california victory. >> if we unite we were when the primary and the general and beat hillary clinton and turn this country around. >> california voters go to the poll on december 7. we asked about the difficult math for all of them. >> it is a narrow path but if donald trump doesn't have enough pledged delegates going into the convention simply fails on the first vote then a lot of the delegates are released to vote however they like on the second ballot. >> michelson says she is doubtful that the arena will have much of a lasting impact on the cruz campaign in california. the arena lost the bid for senate in 20 10 x 10 points and
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moved out of state. >> bernie sanders campaign opening their first bay area office in oakland. the new office is on college avenue and broadway in oakland. this is sanders second campaign office in california and he has one in los angeles as well. clinton will be in san francisco this friday for a fund-raising event. last thursday she opened her campaign office. clinton is focusing on on indiana. our coverage continues@ktvu.com. coverage of the gop convention and the protests. details in the murder of a san jose couple by their own two sons. police say hi stephen colin robby shot his father a dozen times. he killed his mother with one shot to the head. he and his brother omar wrote cryptic messages on the walls and major blood didn't seep under the garage door. they went to oakland for an
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enemy convention right after. because of a fire in the oakland estuary under investigation. thick plumes of smoke yesterday. check out these pictures. this is what it look like from our roof camera. firefighters said people from oakland and portland called several times with concern. firefighters said there is a special little used to keep the pier from rotting and it burns quickly. >> very flammable and that is why you saw the black column of smoke coming off because once the word started to burn it starts to vaporizing get hot and then you get the real thick black smoke that you have seen from car fires and when tire fires burn. >> in terms of a cause, people climb to the pier from time to time but they don't know if that is what caused the fire.
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no homes or buildings threaten. pg&e crews looking for a gas leak in alameda county. people reported smelling gas last night. more report started coming out of oakland and san leandro in castro valley. no one evacuated and no one injured. girl scouts celebrating an event on the golden gate bridge. it is the promotion from junior scouts to cadet. the bay area girl scouts crossed the bridge to mark the occasion. they also practiced first aid and held a friendship circle ceremony. some of the scouts were joined by mothers and a few grandmothers had also bridged on the bay area landmark. donald trump makes his first news show appearance in a month. what he had to say about protests in the bay area. natural health. we are life in the new living
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expo in san mateo. it is all about fostering a healthy mind and body and spirit.
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happy sunday. afternoon highs will soar above average once again. i will have a look at the current conditions coming up. it is an event that promotes healthier living and artistic expression and mindfulness. strumming joining us live is ken kaufman who is the founder of the living expo. >> good morning. thank you for having us on your tv show. >> thank you for being here. can you explain to people that do not know what this is about, this is an all-around approach to living better.>> well we
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focus on mindfulness and all of the different tools that you can use in your lives to advance it and help you rediscover things that maybe you are out of touch with that you need to get more balanced and create better energy. antiaging products tucson is an infrared at the baths. a myriad of products. 190 booths. >> it sounds like lectures and workshops teaching people how to have this mindfulness and live better. you are in day three. woody's seeing from the people who are walking through there. i am sure it changes every year. >> they really enjoy the grounds of the set -- of the event center. there is grass they can lay down and chill out. there are so many booths with products and services that we
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try to have something for everyone. we focus on having unique and unusual products because it is not the kind of products you can buy in health food stores. these are unique and unusual and if people come out for this today they will be thrown away with all of the variety of the blues. it's amazing. >> so many things there that you can't see anywhere else. what is the trend now? what are people looking for at the moment? elixirs or products? what do you see? >> it is exciting. all of the mindfulness products and tools that you can use to get more in touch with yourself and your feelings and emotions. i love it when people come to the show and tell me how grateful they are that this is been going on for 25 years and that it continues to go on and
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i have the come -- my wife going to be the godfather. >> i know our photographer brian is out there. i'm hoping he can pan around and show us how the space looks. you may not be able to do that but there he goes. as he is doing that, and showing us how you are down to a long hallway. give us your favorite products. the biggest surprise. the biggest surprise that products are experiencing at the expo. >> i enjoy the vibration machine because you stand in your whole body gets a massage to standing on it. it is so relaxing and when my back really hurts in the morning i stand on this for 10 minutes and my whole body feels rejuvenated and i'm ready to
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go. it is fantastic. >> thank you for joining us. the final day of the new living expo goes from 11 am until 79 -- 7 pm. san mateo event center. $15 admission. if you can't get to that, get outside. it is beautiful.>> it is gorgeous. if you like yesterday, rosemary has a similar forecast for today. we will get rid of the wind which is good news. temperatures will be just as warm for today. by tonight we see a transition back to a cooler weather pattern and i will explain that in a moment. let's take a look at what is going on now. a beautiful view into oakland which it will be warm this afternoon. if you are going to see the oakland a's play, you can expect low 80s in the forecast.
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santa rosa 59. 62 san francisco. low 60s oakland. most of us starting out like yesterday. we will continue with this pattern until the second part of the afternoon and things will change. where we will notice right along the coastline because low clouds coming back from the south, there will be a surge in santa cruz. we see it in half moon bay and moving into pismo beach and it will work north over the afternoon. the winds are light and could be breezy at times but nothing like yesterday. we had a wind advisory yesterday. by 3:00, notice the error is. we now have an onshore breeze. for the last few days it is that offshore and remains offshore. by the second part of sunday the winds will become onshore and that will lead to a cool down tonight and into tomorrow. there is that future cast
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model. earlier models had low cloud line all the way into the north bay by 5:00. this will change over the course of the next few hours. we have the low clouds coming back and the possibility of thunderstorms in this year is. no need to go anywhere because we have fabulous weather here. 79 sausalito, 83 san rafael, 83 sonoma, 77 alameda, 85 pleasanton, 86 antioch. san jose 82, 83 saratoga, 70 by the water in santa cruz, 75 for san francisco, low 80s palo alto in menlo park. extended forecast, temperatures begin to cool off tomorrow and still not cool but cooler than what we have seen. temperatures back to the 70s
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for inland cities. mid-70s on tuesday so the cooling trend continues. we add the possibility of rain wednesday and thursday. something for everyone. >> an amazing discovery. what experts were able to tell about this stunning jellyfish from this rare moment caught on camera. after nearly a century in oakland, to neo-buzz -- genova's deli closing. all hope is not lost.
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increasing violence in iraq. 19 people are dead after two car bombings. this is a day after hundreds of people stormed the parliament building in baghdad. prime minister is now ordered police to arrest protesters if they bring to the green zone barricade again with the us embassy is. the demonstrators follow a shiite cleric who one spot against us forces. travelers and belgian will use the departure hall at the brussels airport for the first time since the attacks in march. passengers on some flights will use the building that has been
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under repair for more than a month. the airport had resumed flights but passengers have been using a temporary check-in facility. x or security checks will continue before travelers get to the terminal. 16 people died at the airport in another 16 people died of a subway station during the twin suicide bombings. 16-year-old girl in texas was killed and another teenager hurt after they were thrown from a spinning carnival ride. it happened friday night in el paso. police say the 16-year- old girl hit a metal barricade after being thrown from the right. another girl was ejected but her injuries are not life- threatening. a girl was thrown but she put her arms around a safety bar and was not seriously hurt. >> this right hasn't been determined if it is a safety bar or a seatbelt either failed or was not done correctly. >> police are investigating
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whether the ride had been properly inspected. may day rallies across the bay today. protesters will march for different causes including immigration reform, higher pay and ending police brutality. in oakland, a rally at the fruitvale park station and they will march to san antonio park. sherman union will march at 11:00. after 90 years in oakland, a landmark deli has closed and owners of the genova delicatessen blame rising rent. customers lined up yesterday for a last a chance at june over chocolate and sandwiches. a sicilian mother waited patiently. >> 2 1/2 hours at least and our turn is almost up. 95, are we? >> a place where people worked for 40 years, that says something about the kind of business it is.>> genova
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delicatessen will keep locations in napa and there looking for a new retail location in oakland. there is another branch of the family that owns it two delis and they are not affected by the oakland closure. >> some people say genova. whatever the correct way you say it, the sandwiches will be missed. comedian in chief has everyone talking and laughing. the president gave his final speech at the white house correspondents dinner. more jokes and highlights coming up. we've got the bright new face of the democratic party here tonight, mr. bernie sanders. you have been distancing your self from a. that is just not something you do to your comrade. the sun is shining, temperatures are climbing. how high you can expect it will
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go in your neighborhood, coming up.
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>> welcome back. good morning. i'm russlet's get a quick look at weather with rosemary. i've been listening this morning. a little less wind, a little more sun, a cooldown later. >> a lot more sun. >> yes. we're looking at -- you're right. you said it perfectly. we have sunny, warm weather coming our way. not as breezy this way and a cooling trend on our way. let's cruise through this. mostly sunny skies to get through the day. we have temperatures that will, again, be unseasonably warm for your afternoon. as we talked about briefly, the winds have definitely come
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down. take a look. santa rosa reporting 6. 5 miles per hour in napa. fairfield at 7. and oakland reporting 7 as well. a southeasterly breeze. as we get into the afternoon, the off shore breeze will turn on shore and that will be the beginning of what will lead to a cooldown for tomorrow. san jose, that southerly breeze at 6 but calm in mountain view. let's get to the numbers. upper 60s already outside of your day in fairfield. 63 in concord. 57 in livermore. around the bay, 65 san francisco. low 60sin oakland. low 60sin mountain view. to the north bay, upper 50s at santa rosa. 57 and 58 reported near half moon bay. upper 50s in palo alto. and we have 65 degrees outside your door in antioch. temperatures are slightly cooler in areas and slightly
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warmer in others. a lot has to do with the wind and what is going on. for the afternoon, temperatures will be very similar. here is a sneak peek into the north bay. 83 novato. 79 in sausalito. when we come back, we will take a look at the broader afternoon highs for the day. and low clouds coming back to the coast for the afternoon. and a cooldown expected on monday. >> thank you, rosemary. the california gop convention wraps up today. after donald trump's controversial appearance on friday. ted cruz and carly fiorina tried to reassure voters that they have a path to victory but they have been math matt mathematically eliminated for the nomination. here is a look inside
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oracle arena. golden state will take on the trail blazer four hours from now. they are getting everything ready in there. they have all of shirts on the seats. maybe. i don't know. started dancing. it looks like seats with t- shirts on them. yes. no. yes. no. yes. yes. yes. >> yes, there we go. >> there we go. >> the seat covers for today. so golden state, we have to talk about this whole blazers warriors things. of course warriors took three of the four games they played during the regular season. you have to talk about the game that is remembered that was won by portland. it was 32-point victory which is any of the warriors nine losses during the regular season. but golden state guard clay thompson says the game was a fluke and steph curry is hoping
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to come back for game four in the series. all right. new this morning, republican presidential candidate donald trump making his first appearance on one of the sunday talk shows in nearly a month. on fox news sunday, he disputed claims that his appearance at the california convention sparked riots. >> we had 31,000 people in the stands. it was packed. never had a crowd like that. the biggest crowd ever. we had 31,000 people. we didn't have a riot or anyone to raise their hand. it was a love fest for an hour and a half. i didn't even seen the riot. these are wise guys that stomp on police cars. it's a terrible thing that people are allowed to get away with. these were professional agitators. >> he says he will come out on top at tuesday's indiana primary. president obama took the
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stage for the final correspondent dinner in washington. big names and politics, business and hollywood were all at the event. comedian and broadcaster larry willmore hosted the dinner. he had a hard act to follow as president obama gave his last and best speech at the dinner. >> i want to close my final white house correspondent dinner by saying thank you. i am proud of what you have done. it has been an honor and privilege to walk side by side to strengthen our democracy. and with that, i have two more words to say. obama out. [laughter] >> all right. well, it looks like the commander in chief played
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homage to rappers and kobe bryant. the san jose police department has chosen the body worn cameras that officers could be wearing as early as this summer. they will go with taser international to supply the force with the new tools. they had been debated between that company and another company run by a former sergeant. president obama is putting more research into smart gun technology. the idea is to make guns safer by only allowing the owner to actually be able to fire the weapon. they do that through fingerprint or a ring fob that establishes that the right person is trying to use the gun. a white house spokesman says that issue is dealt with other u.s. industries. >> that's what people do. that's what manufacturers do. that is the source of innovation and variety. i think the best example is in the auto industry. >> the national rifle
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association says it's not against smart guns but any law that would keep americans from owning firearms. a san jose man is under arrest for allegedly killing his wife. she was rushed to the hospital but died a short time later. officers later arrested her husband on suspicion of murder. police are trying to figure out exactly what prompted the shooting. the killing marks san jose's sixth homicide in just two weeks. oakland police is offering a $10,000 reward for someone who shot and killed a bicyclist near handover avenue. police have identified the man as arnesto junior from texas. they don't think it was a robbery. if you have any information and can help, give oakland police a call. san francisco transportation officials say a man was rushed to the hospital after falling from a cable car.
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it happened around 2:45 yesterday afternoon. the cable car was about to stop when the man fell. the man who is about 60 years old lost his grip on a handrail and we do not have any word on his condition this morning. raiders fans are rallying to keep the team in the bay area. they are pushing for a new stadium to be built right here in oakland. this comes on the heels of the team owner pitching a plan to move the team over to las vegas. >> christina explains the fans are also talking about the upcoming contract negotiation with oakland officials. >> raiders. >> reporter: echoing outside the oakland raiders headquarters in alameda were cheers from the 66 mop tailgate and forever oakland group. crystal sullivan and her family drove from fresno to show her
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support. >> i hope it shows that we're out here as a family. my daughter and husband are here. >> reporter: and these families want the team owner mark davis to open his eyes. >> we are here to tell him enough is enough. commit to oakland or sell to someone who will. >> reporter: last thursday, davis pitched the idea of moving the team to a proposed $1.4 billion stadium just off the strip in las vegas saying he would put $500 million of his own money to make it happen. >> i'm infuriated, embarrassed, insulted. >> there's a waiting list for season tickets. you won't get that in vegas. >> reporter: what is giving them hope is that the raiders and city officials will sit down and talk about building a new stadium here in oakland. the group founder says the team already knows that loyal fans want them to say and they don't
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take davis' actions seriously. >> they can get a new stadium here in oakland or sell it to a new owner in oakland. >> reporter: officials including the mayor say they're committed on getting a deal done. a deal that can't come soon enough for raider nation. >> i grew up raiders. always been oakland. it should always be oakland. oakland is home. >> reporter: reporting in alameda county, ktvu fox 2 news. the time is 8:39. sharks play game two tonight. the team is hoping for more support than they got in the 5- 2 win over the predators. that was the first time in sharks history that a post season game did not sell out. the team attributes that to not knowing who the opponent would be. there are still a few hundred tickets left for tonight's game. the sharks do expect a sell-out for the rest of the runs for the stanley cup. well, this year you don't even need a bike to participate
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in the bike to workday. the bay area bike share program will let you check out a bike for free on may 12th. riders can use them for half an hour even before being charged. there are 70 bike stations in the bay area where you can check out one of the bikes. for more information, go to ktvu.com and click on our web link section. well, a bittersweet farewell where the elephants from the ringly brothers circus are headed after the final show today and how you can enjoy that last performance from home. and a documentary takes us from cover-up to conspiracy. coming up next, we will talk to the producer behind back, the film about the alleged link between autism and certain vaccinations. what has happened since the film was pulled from the tribeca film festival? when consultant josh atkins books at laquinta.com.
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want and what we're getting. may is national osteoporosis month. it's more common in women but men can also be affected. doctors say there are several things that could put you at risk. >> smoking and excessive alcohol intake can increase risks. not getting enough calcium or vitamin d. not being active. >> well, doctors say it can cause bone fractures that lead to more than 500,000 hospitalizations every year. >> the cdc had known all along there was this mmr autism risk. >> a movie surrounded by controversy was pulled from the tribeca film festival this year. va x-ed is about an alleged cover up from the cdc and claims a link between the mmr
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vaccine and autism. today we're talking to the film's producer along with poly tommy who is featured in va x- ed and the editor in chief of autism magazine and raising a son with autism. >> yes. >> you're here to talk about this film. it started showing in the bay area on friday. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> we were talking briefly before we came on. i watched this documentary and i watched the message and i can understand both sides why people who are so scared your movie is about antivaccinations that this is what is causing the uproar. when you talk about the tribeca film festival and why it was pulled and now he is saying people should see it. it is confusing. let's clarify for folks, is this about not getting vaccinated. >> no. in fact we are desperately trying to make vaccines safer. we have a whistleblower inside
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the cdc. a top government scientist in charge of looking at the safety of vaccines. he has come forward and said that the mmr vaccine that they throughout data and manipulated a study to cover up the fact that it could be linked to autism. meaning this vaccine can cause autism. >> okay. so you're not saying -- if you watch it, it's clear. you're not saying don't get your measles mumps and rue bella vaccine. we had this outbreak in california and people were upset about who was not vaccinating children because those diseases when they get them can be harmful. you had a pediatrician in your film that said if we don't vaccinate, we will go back to the dark ages. it will be a problem. you're saying let's take a look at vaccines all together. let's look at what age our children get vaccinated. >> we would prefer that the mmr be split up into the single
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vaccinations that we didn't have people claiming that it caused autisms. we have hundreds of thousands of parents like poly tommy worldwide that got this mmr vaccine and the child descended into autism. >> poly, you're one of the many stories told in the video. this is -- you feel a lot of compassion when you're watching your story and know what you have been through and you meet the children and the parents and the parents who feel like they weren't given all of the information. tell me your story. >> he is my second son. i had no reason whatsoever to question the vaccines. my daughter was vaccinated and fun. in the morning he had the mmr and by the evening he had a massive seizure and was very sick and the doctor said he had a common reaction to the mmr vaccine and everything would be okay. he is still very, very sick. my concern for california children is you have passed a law saying that children have to be mandated with the vaccine to go to school. how do we know which of the children is going to be sick
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like my son. >> so the concern is because i have talked to pediatricians and other parents and, you know, i did a story earlier on a woman whose daughter was exposed to whooping cough because of people who were not getting vaccinated. are you making a distinction between just mmr and some of these other vaccinations? there are a lot of different things and there are more studies who say it's safe. it's confusing for parents. i feel the reason there's so much controversy, if you tap into the fear, people don't watch the whole movie and they say there is a link and they don't vaccinate, then we're in trouble. >> this is about the mmr. it is focused around a fraud of the mmr. if the cdc is committing fraud on the mmr study, we have to question them testing other vaccines. we want an independent testing body looking at all vaccines so make sure that they're safe and
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working well together. measles effects 1 in 450,000 people in america. we now have 1 in 45 children getting autism every year. >> it's a call to action documentary. what i notice is that the call to action is don't go to your doctor -- it wasn't saying don't go to your doctor. it's a different call to action. is it about overhauling and say we need to shine a light. >> absolutely. everybody needs to contact congress to say i want the cdc fraud investigated immediately. we're talking about the health of our children. we have senator pan pushing a bill making us take this fraudulent defective vaccine. in fact i would like senator pan to sit down with me any time on television and talk about why when he knew there was a whistleblower saying this was destroying children's laws why would he pass a law making us use that defective vaccine. >> poly, you have one child,
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your oldest child with no problems with the vaccines. >> my elderliest daughter had her vaccines absolutely fine. billy, not okay at all and still not okay. he has severe autism. and it's a live long condition. >> and your third. >> i can't risk vaccinating him because i don't know if he will be a bella or a billy. i'm scared because i don't trust what has happened to my child. >> so the movie is not about do not vaccinate. but you personally have chosen -- >> i would like safe vaccines. i need to know what i am putting into my child is safe. and i have seen firsthand what a vaccine injury can do. >> we are selling out every show and every theater we open in. more and more every day all around the country everyone is saying oh my god why is our government not stepping up and doing their job? why have we let this
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whistleblower a year and a half waiting to be heard by congress. >> doctors who do not work for the cdc we figure shine a light never hurts. >> we appreciate fox big time. >> thank you so much for joining us. va x-ed is showing in san francisco and berkeley. we have more information on ktvu.com. that's all under web links. we're going to send it back over to you ross and rosemary. >> thank you. let's look at the weather. it's a beautiful day out there. can't wait to get outside after mornings on 2. >> i went to check out the patio on the second floor during the commercial and it is gorgeous already. temperatures feeling quite mild. if you're thinking about sunday brunch, it is a fabulous one. pick one with a patio. 65 in san francisco. oakland checking in at 63. livermore at 57 degrees. good morning, san jose.
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60 degrees. isn't that a beautiful back drop there with the golden gate bridge. another warm afternoon. the changes will come in time for monday. here is a wide view showing you what is going on. we have the ridge that continues right here over the pacific. we have that system that continues to bring thunderstorms at least a chance a risk of there for portions of the sierra. and the wrap-around moisture will bring clouds to the central valley. for us here at home, we have that northerly breeze that continues. and that off-shore breeze will be with us for the start of the day. by the afternoon, things change up just a little bit. here is your futurecast model. notice the clouds beginning to pull back towards the coast. we are expecting partly cloudy and mostly cloudy skies maybe. we will see how quickly this moves in. by sunday late day early evening hours. santa cruz and half moon bay,
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stretching all the way into paint ray, we could have the clouds return even before sunshine even though futurecast is showing it slower than earlier. notice the cloud cover here. that has to do with the system that remains parked to the east side of california. in the evening hours, it will fill in the low clouds. tomorrow, partly cloudy to start the morning. temperatures for today will be a lot like yesterday. 75 under mostly sunny skies. if you're seeing the a's play today, it's going to be a warm day. temperatures fall off tomorrow. the cooling trend continues into tuesday. stop you there on wednesday where we have a chance for showers still in the forecast. there's good news. it doesn't look like much but it will bring us some and cool our temperatures way back. back into the 60s. >> so good out there. >> it is really nice. >> yeah. >> can't wait to get out. >> where are we going for brunch? >> i don't know. i fly, you buy. >> it's always that way.
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>> she has that down. >> i can agree with that on a day like that. >> sounds good. >> 8:53. an interesting find in some of the deepest waters of the pacific ocean. it almost doesn't look real. that is a jelly fish. it is stunning. it was spotted in an area east of the philippines. also where the deepest waters in the world can be found. this was released and scientists say that jelly fish appeared to be in predator mode. how do we know that? apparently because of its long extended tentacles looking for something. well, the elephants at ringling circus will perform for the last time today. they are retiring the elephants after years and years of allegations of animal abuse. they have been part of the show for 45 years. they will spend their
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retirement at a conservation park in florida. the last show is in rhode island but the circus will live stream it on facebook and website if you're interested. all right. the time is 8:55. a case of road rage in florida takes an unusual turn. why police will not be able to prosecute a man who was holding on to the hood of a car as it sped down a florida road.
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with 99.9% reliability for just $30 a month. keep calm, your internet's on. >> a case of road rage in florida ended up as a wild ride for one of the men involved. >> i'm not going to fight you. >> wow. >> crazy video. he jumped on the hood of the car. you can hear him say i'm not going to fight you. he was arguing with the driver of the vw. that driver hit the gas. you see the u-turn. all with that man hanging on and yelling at him. it attracted a lot of attention which is why there's cell phone video and there is surveillance video of the incident.
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despite that and all of the witnesses there's not enough evidence to arrest or prosecute either. >> wow. bizarre. >> bizarre. all right. 8:58 on the clock. coming up at 9:00, how thousands of girl scouts celebrated a special event with new life lessons. coming up, more jokes and highlights from last night's white house correspondence dinner. >> good evening, everybody. it is an honor to be here at my last and perhaps the last white house correspondence dinner. you all look great. the end of the republic has never looked better.
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>> okay. carly fiorina taking shots at donald trump. what the vice president hopeful had to say about the donald. round two of the nba playoffs begins today. we will tell you about the history of these two teams. mornings on 2 continues. >> this is mornings on 2 weekend. >> a live look right now from san jose. look at that. perfectly clear skies. the sun is shining. and the temperatures are going up. >> and not as windy today which is good. if it was a little too gusty for you yesterday. a beautiful sunday out there. welcome to mornings on 2. it is the first day of may. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm ross palombo. let's go over to rosemary for a look at the beautiful forecast. >> just as warm and not as windy. we have changes coming. if you don't like the warmth,
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wait 24 hours because the changes will be in place as we head into monday. we don't want to talk about monday though. let's talk about sunday fun day. we have mostly sunny skies. plenty of sunshine to go around from our hills to our coastline. we have plenty of sunshine in store for today. as we get into the second half of the afternoon, we will begin to see changes. it will come late in the day. for most of us, we won't notice the difference. here is a look at the variable wind out there which is typical when there is a ridge of high pressure in place. coming in from the south and oakland, fairfield from the north, gusting to 24. so it has picked up in this area. that drive along i-80 could be a little tough. you may have to hold on to the wheel. in any case, the winds will not as strong as they were yesterday. so that is good news. maybe locally breezy at times but not bad for most. 71 in concord right now. 72 in walnut creek. what we are seeing is a huge rebound in our numbers already.
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67 in san francisco. 66 in san jose. very mild. upper 60s in hayward. keeping in mind it's 9:00 in the morning. here is a look at the 24-hour temperature change. 7 degrees warmer than we were yesterday. 7 degrees warmer in fairfield. 4 degrees warmer in concord. 10 cooler in livermore. but most of the north bay is slightly warmer at this time. as we get into the afternoon, it will be a warm day at the a's game. game time is 1:05. 80 committee agrees expected. which means if you're in the stands or on the black pavement, it will feel warmer than that. have your shades and stay hydrated. we have the afternoon highs soaring around the bay. i will have a look at your area and the cooldown heading our way coming up. >> thank you. sounds good. let's talk about the road to the championship. we are outside oracle this morning. looking good today for game one
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of the second round of the playoffs. as we pan around, we know that people will be filling in there. there's the plaza club entrance. we are excited for the game today. strength in numbers. we were inside earlier today and we could see that the strength in numbers shirts were already on the seats. we are showing you the coliseum as well. because if you are headed out to the game today, keep in mind the a's will also be playing an afternoon game. so that may make getting there a little slower. so keep that in mind. we wanted to try to give you a live look at traffic heading to the basketball game and the a's game. right now, it's still early. 9:00. go out there early a little bit. maybe take public transportation. all a good idea if you're going out there. all right. let's talk about the game. warriors fans talked about getting even with the trail blazers. portland did hand the golden state the biggest loss of their
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season back in february. when the warriors were asked about that game, they said we're looking forward, not backward and they are focusing on the playoffs. not what happened during the regular season. here is a look at the schedule. game one today at 12:30. game two is also at oracle at 7:30 on tuesday. then game three and four will move to portland. and games five and seven if necessary would alternate between oakland and portland. and the sharks also playing today. we will have more on that in a few minutes. ted cruz and carly fiorina trying to turn the corner at the gop convention. both tried to reassure republicans that they have a path to victory. both have already been
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mathematically eliminated to clench the nomination. but fiorina says there's a chance to contest that. she took shots at the other two still in the race. >> donald trump is not going to challenge the system. donald trump is the system. i actually wish john kasich would get the memo because you see if you lose 49 out of 50 states, you will not be the nominee. it isn't going to happen. >> fiorina didn't stay in the bay area for too long. right after the speech she flew to indiana which has its primary on tuesday. california voters go to the polls on june 7th. we asked a professor about the difficult math ahead for all of them. >> it's a very narrow path. but if donald trump doesn't have enough pledged delegates going into the convention and so he fails on the first vote, then a lot of the delegates are released to vote however they
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like on the second ballot. >> professor michael says she is doubtful that fiorina will have a lasting impact on the cruz campaign here in california. she lost her bid for senate near in 2010 by ten points and then moved out of state. donald trump making his first appearance on a talk show in nearly a month. he disputed claims that his appearance here in california at the republican convention sparked that riot. >> we had 31,000 people in the stands. it was packed. never had a crowd like that. the biggest crowd they have ever had. we had 31,000 people. we didn't have a riot or anyone raise their hand. it was a love fest for an hour and a half. i didn't see the riot. these are wise guys who stomp on police cars. it's a terrible thing that people are allowed to get away with. these were professional agitators. >> donald trump also added that
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he will come out in top in indiana's primary on tuesday. the bernie sanders campaign opened its first bay area office in oakland. dozens were there to celebrate the new office which is located in oakland's rock ridge district. this is sanders' second campaign office in california. he also has one open in los angeles. hillary clinton's office opened on thursday. right now they are focusing on indiana's primary on tuesday. you will find coverage on ktvu.com of the gop convention as well as this weekend's protests. new details this morning in the murder of a san jose couple allegedly by their own two sons. police say 22-year-old shot his father more than a dozen times in the family garage. when his mother rushed in, she killed him with one shot to the head. then the two wrote cryptic
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messages on the walls and made sure that blood didn't seep under the floor before heading to oak land for an anime convention. they will both be tried as adults. the chp says alexis hoover was not wearing her seat belt when the driver of the car she was in lost control off of interstate 80 in fairfield. the vehicle rolled over several times. when officers arrived, they found all three people in the vehicle had climbed out of the car. but hoover's injuries were severe and she later died at hospital. the cause of a fire on a peer is under investigation. check out this video. that fire sent thick plumes of smoke into the air yesterday afternoon. people from oakland and alameda were calling multiple times because they saw the smoke and were concerned. you could see it as far away as san francisco. it was so thick because there is a special oil that is put on
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the peers and the oil burns quickly. >> it's very flammable. that's why you saw the thick black smoke coming off, because once that wood started to burn, that oil starts to vaporize and get hot and you get the thick plaque smoke that you have seen from car fires and when tires burn and stuff like that. >> firefighters say people swim over and climb up on the peer from time to time but they're not sure what caused the fire. no one was hurt. pg&e crews looking for a possible gas leak in alameda county. people reported smelling gas around 7:00 last night. no one was evacuated though. and in the end, no one was injured. thousands of girl scouts celebrated a bridging event on the golden gate bridge. that's the promotion from the cadets. it is the 35th year that bay area scouts have literally crossed that bridge to mark the
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occasion. they also practiced first aid and held a friendship circle ceremony. coming up, after nearly a century in oakland, gnova deli closed its doors last night. for those that missed it, not all hope is lost. we are taking a live look right now at the new living expo in san mateo. wonder what they're doing? we will have a live report from the convention that is all about fostering a healthy mind, body and spirit. >> so peaceful. it's the disneyland resort diamond celebration.
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. >> i have your afternoon highs for oakland and the rest of the bay area coming up. >> looking good. thanks a lot, rosemary. we're just about two hours away from an event that promotes healthy living and artistic expression and mindfulness. >> joining us live from the san mateo event center is lapito
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from crystal tones. one of the people featured at the expo. >> look at that. >> good morning. can you hear us? we're listening to you right now. we're getting more mindful. >> yes. >> okay. >> moving into our higher sense of well being. the most profound tools for transformation available on the planet. and because we're crystal in structure, it allows us to train at this higher self realization by activating light into our cells. works with different gem stones, minerals. the crystal tones are the most profound tool for transformation and bring us to our higher self. >> it sounds so beautiful. we saw earlier there was a woman lying down there and you
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had the bowls around here. what is that all about? >> that's actually a shockra balancing with the crystal bowls. we're actually balancing and activating light, aligning her body to train to a higher frequency. we call it also a sound. >> okay. i feel like i should whisper when we're talking to you. it's so peaceful and calm. >> soothing. >> when you have all of these people coming into the center and they're trying to be mindful, do you take them each through this? where do they usually -- they just go to your center to get this? one more question. and how are they supposed to feel when they leave? are we supposed to feel more centered and calm and mindful. >> more centered. it's actually activating your divinity. we're all did i convenient. it's allowing us to move into the higher state of awareness of that realization. and as we move into that
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realization, we become more mindful of the planet, our lives, ourselves, create more kindness and joy for the planet. and creating more harmony. >> do people come in and hear this and listening to it and them achieve some sense of what this does for them or do they have to do what we saw earlier with the woman laying down and going through a whole treatment? >> no. they can actually take the bowls and they can can come in and actually experience the bowls and play the bowls for themselves. >> i always wonder when i see these -- that's amazing. i always wonder when i see these, do they make the bowls and then decide whether it has the right tone quality afterwards. >> yes. >> that's how it works. >> you hear if it has the right tone. >> yes. after it's born, yes. >> i'm feeling -- >> we do have a temple. >> you have a temple. >> we have a temple in mount
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shasta. a crystal bowl temple in mount shasta. you're welcome to come and visit that temple. >> all right. >> there's a showroom that because of the energy we call it a temple. >> thank you so much. we've got to go. but thank you for showing us this because it's one of like 190 different things that are at this event. so it's really interesting. it's called the new living expo. it goes from 11:00 to 7:00. >> yeah. at the san mateo event center. it's 15 bucks to get in for general admission. tickets are still available. if you go down there, say hello to lipito for us. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> that was amazing. that was pure bay area bliss right there. >> you said earlier when we were talking to the organizer of the show that he said one of the things that you will do when you go in there is you will be so surprised and fascinated by each of these dozen and dozen of folks. >> i think we were surprised.
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>> it's hard to do an interview when we're trying to be mind. >> it wasn't an interview, it was a treatment. do you feel more divine. >> i do. >> that is divine, isn't it. >> it is. >> yeah. let's me transition to the weather. i feel like i'm going to get myself into trouble. isn't that a gorgeous view? that will bring serenity. a gorgeous start to the day. plenty of sunshine in store. and we will have warm weather for your afternoon. a nice day to be lounging by the pool maybe. maybe grilling outdoors. maybe heading to the beach. because the weather will be just as warm but the winds won't be as strong. that is good news for most of us. 66 in santa rosa. 65 in san francisco. upper 60s in oakland. low 60s in areas around livermore. 66 for san jose. sunny skies for today. by the second part of the
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afternoon, we will begin to notice changes. it will be right along the coastline. we expect a southerly surge of the clouds to work their way up the coast. by late afternoon, early evening, we could have partly to mostly cloudy skies along the coastline. it won't come in time to ruin your afternoon. sunny and just as warm as yesterday. can i get that out? can i make any sense of that. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s for some of our warmer spots. just a tad warmer today than yesterday. the winds are off shore at this point. but they will turn on shore in the second part of the afternoon. right now the northeasterly breeze in napa and san francisco and as we move into the afternoon, notice the arrows begin to switch some. san francisco now 15 miles per hour on shore. it says about 4:00 in the afternoon. we're looking at 13 in napa in the afternoon. this will be the beginning of a transition that will lead to a cooldown. it looks like by monday, we
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will feel the cooldown. for today, again, it will come late enough that we won't really feel it or notice it. at least not most of us. for the afternoon in hayward today in the upper 70s. going into the low 80s for areas around oakland. alameda expected to go into the upper 70s. so this pattern shows you where most of the east bay shoreline will be for the second part of the day. we're talking low to mid 70s by lunchtime. and then into the afternoon, those upper 70s will be sticking around. low 80s expected again for oakland. 83 for petaluma today. 74 for stinson beach. 81 for castro valley. into the south bay, 82 for san jose. cupertino at 80 degrees. partly cloudy skies by the second half of the afternoon. pacificca, 82 for you. the peninsula a gorgeous warm
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day. palo alto, 82. city of san francisco great place to be today. sunny and 75 degrees. it's going to be nice. that cooling trend begins tomorrow. we will call it comfortable weather. monday and tuesday, temperatures continue to fall. scattered showers in the forecast for wednesday and thursday. wednesday and thursday also happens to be the two days that we will see our coolest weather. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. >> we have had pets in here. we have been drinking pop tarts with beer. >> we had beer floats. where are you going with this. >> that is probably the most interesting interview we have ever had. i'm still feel thanksgiving. >> you guys seemed challenged by it. >> you don't know when to ask the question. we were trying to create an environment. >> right. >> when do you ask your question. >> sure. you should have just sat back. >> it was a treatment. >> i sat back and -- >> he is still rubbing the crystal bowls. >> i was sitting on the side lines just sort of laughing at
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you guys. >> we enjoyed it. >> she is just walking away at this point. >> now she is gone. >> it was a good experience. >> yes, it was. >> now that rosemary is done with us, we're moving on. a landmark italian deli has closed its doors after 90 years. owners of the genova's deli blame rising rents for the departure. customers lined up for a last chance of the sandwiches and pastas. >> two and a half hours at least. at least. and our turn is almost up. we're going to scream when it's up. right. 95. all of this for good ravioli. >> a place where people worked for 40 years that really says something about the kind of business it is. >> i've waited in long lines but two and a half hours, that
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is a long line. they will stay in napa and they are still looking for a new retail location in oakland. there is another branch of the family that owns two delis in walnut creek. those won't be affected by this closure. >> good news. an unusual case of road rage in florida. what the man on the hood right there is yelling. why he is even on the hood. coming up.
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>> britain's youngest princess will be ringing in her first birthday tomorrow. royal fans are getting a glimpse of the baby girl thanks to the duchess of cambridge. isn't she the cutest ever. she took pictures of her daughter. the royal baby birthday will be spent privately at home. she is fourth in line for the british thrown. her mom is great at taking pictures. >> so beautiful. hard to take a bad picture of that face. >> oh. >> a case of road rage in
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florida ended up as a wild ride for one of the men involved. look at this. >> i'm not going to fight you. >> that guy jumped on the hood of a car after arguing with the driver of that vw. the driver hit the gas though and even flipped a u-turn with that man hanging on and yelling something about he didn't want to fight. that attracted a lot of attention. you can see the video from many people. police say despite all of this and the witnesses there isn't enough evidence to prosecute or arrest anyone in this case. >> very interesting. 9:27. let's talk about our weather one more time. >> what is the weather like at mount shasta. >> i'm thinking nice. serene. very relaxing. >> divine. >> divine. >> and for the bay area here, we have another beautiful day around the bay. take a look at that. the water glistening from the
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sunshine overhead. we will have wall-to-wall sunshine for most of the day. the low clouds will eventually work back towards the coastline. 70s at the coast. 70s and 80s around the bay. upper 80s for the inland communities. enjoy it. changes coming tomorrow. still comfortable weather for the forecast for the first part of the week. and then scattered showers wednesday and thursday. >> i can't believe how beautiful it is. temperatures around 86 degrees today. >> yes. >> definitely a day to get out there and start grilling or go to a game. >> go to the a's game. >> yes. >> it will be warm. >> 81 for oakland. >> a touch of summer. >> all right. >> thanks for joining us this morning. we leave you with this beautiful shot. of course we're on ktvu on facebook. >> have a great day.
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what a perfectly beautiful sunday to take a quiet drive through the isolated rolling alabama landscape. nothing but peaceful hills, lush agriculture, open roads and pure relaxation. not so fast. this is talladega. today, the sleepy southern town turns into pure chance. this is the most dangerous drive of your life. you won't find any speed limits here. if you had to use your brakes, then you're probably in trouble. >> oh, no. >> three cars, hard in

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