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good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. i am christian captain, today sunday, july 31. >> it is the last day of july. can you believe that? football is coming up. i am frank mallicoat. a few things happening around the bay area. a man falls 100 feet down a cliff near san francisco's sutro baths and died. his girlfriend tried to rescue him. she was not her. three rescuers who went into the water without wetsuits late yesterday afternoon to help . picked up by the coast guard and they will be okay. san francisco marathon kicked off this morning.
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26+ miles over the golden gate and throughout the city. the first runners started early . >> 27,000 runners from around the world hit the pavement and good luck. 27 miles. i'd have to have someone chasing me the whole time. pretty good weather out there. oakland triathlon festival kicks off today including a title flow swim in and out of the estuary and we will have an update on the conditions. there is the international and the spring course so a lot of people being physical on the sunday morning. people running in the city and the triathlon. >> i am not up to 26 miles. two or three. [ laughter ]. >> not in my bucket list.
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cloudy skies and patchy drizzle. and live look at the golden gate bridge where you can see the fog. cool down continues for sunday. we have runners there on the golden gate bridge. take a look at that. folks on the go. into the east bay, you can see low clouds and hayes. we will have smoke over portions of the south bay and monterey again for today but the headline will be temperatures continuing to come down. let's look at the numbers. 58 in concord, 57 livermore, around the bay low 60s. 60 redwood city. san francisco for the marathon, 56. to the north bay, 53 santa rosa. today will be a cooler day for the inland community is -- communities. i will have the extended forecast coming up. texas officials say one woman is dead and several other people heard after a shooting in downtown
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austin. three other women are hospitalized in serious condition but are expected to survive. a fifth person was hurt but refused medical help. there was some kind of disturbance in austins entertainment district as the bars were closing. someone began shooting into the crowd. police have not located a suspect and say it is possible that one of the people who was injured is the shooter. a deadly crash in hayward overnight on i 80. here is video happening before 4 am this morning on the southbound side near the west winton avenue ramp. you can see the wreckage of the roads blocked off by police. sources say one person was killed and another injured and taken to the hospital. national park service looking into how a man fell nearly the the desk 50 to 100 feet down a cliff to his death. this happened near the sutro baths and the clubhouse.
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rescuers jumped into the water without wetsuits to try to say the man. leigh martinez found out the man's fall was deadly. >> reporter: san francisco's fog covers the rough surf striking the edge of the sutro baths ruins. the trail leading down to the bath are explored by locals and tourists. >> some places where there is in a sense around it so i it is not impossible for someone to fall. >> firefighters say two people did fall off the cliff. rescue crews raced to the water near the cliff house restaurant. >> i saw speedboats and commotion. it was chaotic on the water. there were speedboats and a lot of the gas -- gusts were concern. >> people were freaked out and afraid. there were so many cops and ambulances. fire says the man fell 50
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to 100 feet off the cliff near the restaurant. he was seen lying face down in the water. the park service rescue swimmers had difficulty getting to the man because of the rough surf and they needed help from the coast guard getting out of the water themselves. the man was pronounced dead by the southern marin fire depends -- department. the man's companion was on a cliff near the water. she was rescued. bart is running normally today after a fire at a station yesterday. this is the walnut creek station. insulating material used around the third rail on the west end of the station caught on fire. >> anybody who's been and a station has see the third rail and they see the plastic cover that goes over the third rail. that is what was on fire in this case.>> bart crews needed an hour and a half to put out the fire.
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trains were back in service last night and no injuries reported. bart is trying to figure out what caused the fire. traffic delays on bay area roads yesterday and it's not clear if the schedule bart track shutdown between glen park and daly city station was a factor. there are six more weekends that the shutdowns planned for track maintenance. crews installing noise reducing equipment on the tracks. the weekend closures will last through mid october. they are running free bus shuttles. it should at least an extra hour to the trip. santa clara fire is getting their upper hand on a wildfire east of san jose. this is near calaveras and sierra roads last night. about 125 acres have burned so far. the fire is 75% contained and there are no evacuations ordered and no issues.
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the biggest fire in northern california continues to grow. 1500 firefighters battling this fire. it has charged a 34,000 acres and 57 homes. 350 people remain evacuated. the people living in the carmel highland area are allowed home. one man says even though he was told to leave he simply couldn't walk away from his property. >> it's everything you worked for. it is all your stuff and you don't want to go. i wanted to stay here and it was gonna burn and i was gonna watch it burn. >> officials say it will take a month or longer to get the fire under control. that is putting a strain on cal fire crews which are being sent from fire to fire with no rest. the sand fire burning in northwest la is now almost
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fully contain. crews have circled 93% of that fire and it has burned 39,000 acres that started a week and a half ago. that is one quarter of the size of the station fire. a new bill is helping to prevent lgbt discrimination at all schools and universities by getting rid of religious exemptions. california's religious colleges and universities condemn the exposed to civil rights lawsuits from students and employees. some schools are calling it an attack on their free exercise of religion saying the exemption allows to have policies in line with their faith. measures heading to the state assembly after passing the senate. now the 39th san francisco marathon getting underway. elite runners started earlier this morning. >> three, two, one, go.
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>> off they go. 27,000 runners, the largest field ever signed up for this race. also some new features to this year's race. >> joining us is jorge who finished last year in third. he is a leader in the shakeout run at fort mason. what is the shakeout run?>> nice fun run that calms the nerves to get the legs moving before race day.>> sounds good. record numbers this year. 37,000. what is it about this marathon? >> well as you know it's an incredible city and iconic and lends itself to running across the beautiful city as well as the golden gate bridge. also enjoy this kind ofwhether and summer months. it's a great
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event. >> you may want to say a thank you to marry orozco for the weather because this is perfect running weather. a little cold and fog. you must love this. >> i am wearing a coat only because i'm not running but i wish i was joining the thousands of runners today. perhaps next year. this is fantastic weather which is the attraction of why people want to run here.>> can you talk about -- you have boston and new york but san francisco is special. you go to the golden gate bridge and it is a beautiful city. do you find yourself sightseeing?>> yes. i have lived in the bay area for over 15 years and i still when i drive across the golden gate bridge it's an incredible emotion. in this particular event to be able to run on the golden gate bridge makes it that much more special and the major appeal
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for this event. it's exciting for the runners. >> a live shot there.>> in terms of how san francisco stacks up, san francisco is the city of hills. that has to make it tough to get a good time on your marathon. >> certainly. their hills but i also think there is downhill. you can get that action on the downhill. >> everything that goes up must come down. >> absolutely. good luck today. >> thank you guys. skydiver in southern california is now in the record books. >> this guy is nuts. his name is luke aikens and he is the first person to jump from a plane without a parachute for a wing suit and lived to tell the story. >> he is an. >> thank god for that.
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he jumped out of a plane at 25,000 feet and landed safely into this net yesterday and he did it on my tv. it sold for two minutes and flipped onto its back to land the aikens jump. he said if i wasn't nervous i would be stupid but i guess he said he wanted to show people we can all do the things we think we can do if we approach it the right way. pinpointing . you can't be off at all. not even a little bit. [ laughter ]. >> one bay area cities officers want to buy you a cup of coffee. coming up we will tell you where you can get a cup of joe later today. 300 toddlers hit the race for us in the stridor cup in san francisco. we will have the top finishing toddlers coming up.
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good morning. happy sunday. giving you a life look into the open estuary. swimmers in the water this morning at the third annual oakland triathlon festival underway. a cloudy start and a cool start and the cool down will continue for the afternoon today. thank you. pope francis is telling thousands of young catholics to get moving and take risks in life to build a better world. today is the last day of the folks five day visit to poland for world youth day. the pontiff telling the crowd not to confuse happiness with a sofa saying they should not be called couch potatoes. one young woman shared her story about the challenges of life in war-torn syria.>> every day we live life that is
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surrounded by this. much like you we close our doors behind us and each morning we as we leave for work or school. in that moment that we are draped by fear that you will not return to find our home and our families as we lived in. >> the 26-year-old student questioned her faith and asked the crowd to pray for people living in syria and all around the world. and olympic team has arrived in rio and they will be competing in the summer games but they won't be representing their native countries. members of the first olympic refugee team talked about what it means to be in the olympics. the athletes were picked by the international committee to highlight the refugee crisis. they share similar stories of being forced from their homelands. all of them have the same strong feeling about never give up and they did a lot
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. they have a lot of bad situations happen with them and with us. and we continued because we had dreams. >> the refugee members are eligible to win gold silver and bronze for themselves but any metals will not count as medals for their home countries. opening ceremonies start august 5. champions cup international soccer exhibition tournament making a stop in the south bay. liverpool and ac milan facing off at levi stadium in santa clara. 59th minute, here we go. liverpool since up and lock and fires a shot. corner of the net. there it is. roberta for amino also scores for liverpool. summer tournament now moving to minneapolis where melania will
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play chelsea on friday. hands-on learning adventure is held in oakland today where you can find everything from storytime to face -- spaceships. halton harcourt is hosting the torah. this is jack london square. curious explorers of all ages are invited on a journey with the left hm h characters like curious george. enjoy the family-friendly activities starting at 10 am and will finish at 6 pm. looking pretty good for 75. 300 toddlers came to san francisco yesterday to compete in the stridor world cup championships by the japanese took over the races and are going home with a sweep. they took first in the two, three and four-year-old races. levi crazy legs from stockton was the youngest competitor. 18 months old. he is ahead of his game. the unique race left kids
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showing off their skills and compete in a friendly atmosphere. get them started early.>> that's great. it gets them outside and biking and getting around. >> it's a good day to run 26 miles.>> good day for you. let's check in with rosemary. >> >> feels pretty good. definitely like it cool when we're running. even a bit apache dressel. here is in life look at the inner east bay where the clouds have moved and. we will also have smoke and haze over southern portions of the bay today. the southerly flow continues over our area. cool down continues. right now into san francisco, you can see the fog and clouds and 53 now in areas around santa rosa.
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56 san francisco and upper 50s in oakland. 57 livermore. 59 as we get into the fog and low cloud cover from the coast around the bay and inland this morning. the marine layer is deeper and the onshore breeze is blowing. we have a went at 21 miles per hour gusting to 25 . it's an onshore breeze in concord but a light wind in oakland. is a look at the future cast, second part of your morning and early afternoon, low clouds pulling back and we will remain with mostly cloudy skies at the coast. the rest of us will be mostly sunny and temperatures falling off upper 80s and low 90s for some of the warmer locations. a warm day in gilroy for the garlic festival. 70 at 10 am and a noontime number at 80. 85 at four clock in the afternoon. that will be the warmest part of the day. north bay, 79 for santa rosa
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and 78 for napa. mid-70s san rafael. upper 60s sausalito. onshore breeze. upper 60s alameda. the wine fair continuing. low 90s for some of the warmer spots. 90 danville. 92 brentwood. south bay, 81 san jose. 81 santa clara. 81 cupertino. santa cruz and 74 with partly cloudy skies. for the peninsula, upper 70s redwood city. 65 san francisco. there is a look at the extended forecast. low 90s and the forecast as we get into the business week. monday, tuesday, wednesday, little change and low 90s inland and upper 70s to near 80 around the bay. low 60s expected him on the coast so partly to mostly cloudy skies.
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temperatures turn into the back half of the week. by thursday a cool down coming our way. all in all a good-looking forecast. any idea how cold the estuary is? we have a lot of people swimming in the triathlon. i feel sorry for them. >> 55 degrees.>> good for them.>> coming up, a small pamphlet of the u.s. constitution is selling online but why and what does that have to do with the race for the white house. a man's effort to get a message to donald trump.
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dashcam video showing a scary moment as a four-year-old girl was hit by a car in china. thankfully she only suffered scratches and bruises and is expected to be okay. it shows a little girl darting out in the street in front of the car. moments after being hit as you saw her stand up on her own and walked to the side of the road. she will be okay. police say an officer who survived a shooting that killed his partner is on track to make a full recovery. officers wait for jonathan guzman were shot thursday night. guzman who was a veteran of the force was killed. the city's police chief says investigators have looked at his body can video but they don't know if the shooting was targeted. investigators are waiting to interview erwin but he is still
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recovering from surgery. san diego's mayor praised at the officers for their bravery.>> we have two heroes. absolutely representing the best of the best. so we will continue to show that support in the coming days and months and years. what they have done and support to protect all of us and protect our city. >> that suspect were shot by one of the officers and he is in critical condition. a second man called a suspect was also taken into custody. san jose police investigating a stabbing which left four people injured. it happened before 1:30 am yesterday near south almaden boulevard. to at the victims suffered major injuries. police say several of the people involved left at the scene before officers arrived. it's not clear what led up to the stabbing. police said no arrests have been made. coming up a pair of
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emeryville police officers had a close call. gunshots rang out and one of the officers was nearly hit. now new information about what happened. investigators searched through the wreckage of a hot air balloon that crashed in texas killing all 16 people on board. ♪
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it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. taking a look at the golden
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gate bridge. you can see the marathoners making their way across. a busy weekend of events around the bay area that will cause traffic delays around the bay. >> you have the marathon and the giants and the naps are playing today. if you are going over the bridge, take notice. the last day of the gilroy garlic festival in the south bay. >> you can still smell it. >> i have never gone. >> it is a tragedy. i grew up here and lived here and worked here and never been to the gilroy festival. shameful. >> it is too hot for me to be out there. >> hi everyone. it is 7:30 am and we have christian for clotting and rosemary, a nice day for a swim. >> if you like it cool. we will warm things up and it will be as warm as his today.
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there's a lot look at the swimmers where we were talking a moment ago about the temperature. it's a cool site this morning but we have the oakland triathlon going on in the san francisco marathon. in alameda, art and wine festival today. temperatures will feel good as we get into the afternoon. temperatures now in the 50s for most of us with cloudy skies around the bay. 56 san francisco, north bay, cooler, low 50s santa rosa. low 60s to low 90s this afternoon. antioch and livermore will hit 90. around the bay, low 70s and mid to upper 70s for the peninsula and 62 for pacifica. today temperatures will be bound . folks headed really hot early on in the weekend temperatures
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will feel good for the first week of august.>> last day of july. many of san francisco streets are crowded with runners this morning as the 30 marathon hits the streets. tough competitors expect that across the finish line of the next half hour. investigators looking for the cause of a fire which shut down the walnut creek park station. the fire was limited to the insulation used on the electric third rail at the west end of the station. all operations back to normal. >> dating women is dead after someone fired into a crowd into the entertainment district and for other people injured. police say there was a disturbance when someone started shooting and they do not have a suspect in custody but one of the injured people could be the shooter. ntsb investigating a hot air balloon crash in texas that
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killed 16 ople. it was 30 miles south of boston when it caught fire and crashed into the field. the fire was in the basket itself. one witness said she heard a popping sound before the bloom came down. >> i think the pops that i heard was the balloon connecting with the lines. by the time i looked that way it was on the ground. >> ntsb investigators in the process of trying to figure out what caused the balloon to come down. one of the worst hot air balloon crashes in history. clinton campaign says its internal computer systems were not compromised in the latest hacking scandal. staffers say a separate network used by the clinton campaign maintained by the democratic national convention was hacked. clinton's press secretary says there is no evidence that internal systems have been compromised. earlier president obama said russia is most likely responsible and the director of
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the cia isn't taking it lightly.>> obviously interference in the us election process is a very serious matter. and i think certainly this government will treated with great seriousness. the fbi and the department of justice are investigating. the clinton campaign thinks russian plus desk president putin may being trying to help trump win. donald trump is responding to the father of a fallen muslim american soldier. >> if you look at his wife she was standing there she had nothing to say that she probably wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me.>> you may remember khizr khan spoke at the convention asking donald trump if he had ever read the u.s. constitution saying trump could borrow his copy. he called the nominee unpatriotic and selfish.
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a pocket version of the constitution has become a bestseller on amazon. the booklet sells for one dollar and was in the top 10 best-selling books list yesterday. the version con had was not the same as the one that has become popular but it does appear that lawyer is responsible for the uptick in sales. some new information coming in about the emeryville police officers who were nearly hit by gunfire and it happened friday night while the officers were on foot patrol near the pixar studios. emeryville police are calling the incident of negligent discharge of a firearm and they said officer saw a bullet ricochet and hit a building. no one was injured and no arrests. san jose police are inviting people to sit down and have a cup of coffee with them. organizes with a cop. is being held this afternoon at
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immanuel baptist church. the department says there will be no agenda and no speeches. just good chatter and a cup of coffee. it is a chance to get to know the officers in the community. the giants broke a three- game losing streak with the help of familiar faces. hunter pants back who hit a double in his first appearance at the plate after missing 48 games but his team unfortunately couldn't bring him home. the national score on anthony rando's two run homer in washington scored one more in the 4th to take us with a lead. they got going in the fourth. the newest player and water nunez hit a drive to right- center field and that makes the score 3-2. angel pagano drove in the time to run on a ground out in the bottom of the seven. bases-loaded and the giants score 2 more. the giants be the nationals again today with matt payne
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going for his 100th career win. the players had special inspiration from a new piece of our. the giants unveiled a statue of madison baumgartner. made it 36,000 legos. it took 300 man hours to build and will be on permanent display in the fanlike. he wanted to see how closely it matched and you can judge for yourself there. it's a pretty close match. it ended up being a rough night for the oakland a's against cleveland. in the fourth oakland's billy butler and the indians catcher exchange some heated words and butler stopped the chatter when he hit a 440 foot home on and then hit at-bat. the war of words heated up again and the empire sent a warning to both dugouts. the tension ignited and the indians in their half of the fourth inning. dylan overton just recall from aaa national was replaced in the indians lineup.
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mike napoli got another two run homer. they will face a costs the line with the indians. some pokimon fans will be in oakland trying to catch them all. they will do it for charity. there will be a pokimon theme to toy drive for the ucsf children's hospital in oakland being held for 12:30 pm until 2:30 pm at the end game store on washington street. there will be pokistops near the store and brothels and prizes for people who would like to donate. >> a pokimon is in your style you can grab your kite and head to berkeley for the last day of the festival. thousands of people are crowding the marina flying kites. parking is $15. parking can be found in several spots. free event takes place at cesar chavez park. the event harry potter fans have been waiting for. they are lining up to get their
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next fix in the x series. there is a harry potter kids brunch at book smith on haight street from 9:00 until 11:00. pick up a copy of harry potter and the cursed child. it is the eighth installment and jk rawlings best-selling series. it is offered in print and digital. the story is set 19 years after harry potter and the deathly hallows. he is now a father. we have a powerball jackpot winner but the ticket was sold in new hampshire. a lot of people there i know. it was worth $487 million. >> someone in new hampshire did carry all six of the numbers and those again, 11, 17, 21, 23 and 32. powerball number five matt. the eighth largest lottery jackpot and there has not been a winner since may when a new
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jersey family went home with a 400 when a new jersey family went home with a $429 million windfall. that's a great way to start the day. wake up to that news. >> we will have the latest on the efforts to fight. insurance expert with helpful tips on how you can protect your home.
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welcome back. wildfires burning in california. we wanted to know what you can do as a homeowner to make sure your property is protected. open hills fire, residents did not have insurance and have lack of coverage.
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joining us to talk about wildfire preparedness is state farm agent jane wilkes. >> a lot of people have homeowners insurance. should they go about that? when it comes to fire? >> what you want to make sure is that you have enough coverage to rebuild your home. you don't have to have extra but make sure that if it burns down in the wildfire that you have enough coverage see can rebuild it. >> what about for people who live in an urban area. people think this is a story for oakland hills or the wildfires that we are seeing. this is important for people in urban areas. you mentioned you take enough insurance no matter where you live. if you are in a wildfire you take extra measures that you want that space around your home. no trees over your roof so the embers will not come in and catch your house on fire. you have some tips.
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what can people do? to make sure they are in good shape. one of the things that's important to do is to meet with your insurance agent to review your coverage and make sure you have enough. >> that brings up a good point. i get my homeowners policy and i file it away. but there like $300,000 or whatever. there stuff you need to go over. if something bad happens. most people i like you, they get their insurance and they haven't looked at it. meeting with your agent you can go over and make sure you have the right clause. people don't know market value and replacement cost. you want to ensure for replacing it which is labor and materials. in terms of taking a home inventory, that is an issue, it is easier now than ever. people can take pictures of
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items around the house and serial numbers. what about an accurate count on what they have. >> inventory is important because in a wildfire disaster if you lose it there are items you would lost and you can remember them all. inboard session inventory is important. sit with a pad of paper and each room and itemize what they've got and then another way is to get a video of everything in your house. once you have that information you have to make sure it doesn't burn with the fire so keep it off-site. what is a big mistake people make? >> being underinsured. they don't really realize the importance of it and you don't want them to have a fire and have the firemen walk around your home and say you don't have enough coverage to rebuild your home. people are underinsured. one of the things you can do to mitigate the premium is to go with higher deductibles as a strategy.
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the higher the premium the lower the deductible so when you have that review with your agent if he tells you that you don't have enough coverage don't worry about the premium but go with higher deductible. >> when you talk about losing a home, deductible gets washed away.>> it's a minor thing.>> for folks that live in apartments or condos. were damage to your unit can damage other people's units. what should they do? what should they look at? >> they need to have the same coverage to replace their items. make sure they have liability. if they cause damage to other units. if they start a fire. make sure you can replace items for the other person. >> if you drive a kind of car you are insurance could go up and down. does geography have something to do with the premium?>> there
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are a lot of factors that go into determining the premium. it could be the driving or the type of car you drive. there are so many variables.>> okay. you had a busy year? >> very busy. not too many claims right now but i meet with my clients a lot and reviewing coverage. to minimize exposures. >> thank you so much. great information. >> i think we will go downstairs and talk weather. we've seen these runners behind us and the folks swimming in the estuary. they need the cool weather because they are doing so much physical exertion. >> it's a nice morning to be out if you are exercising. if you are stepping out for a run, cool to partly cloudy. a little bit apache drizzle. cloudy conditions nice and there is a life look at the golden gate bridge and the
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runners. we continue with cool down. inland communities will be in the upper 80s to near 90. nose -- those will be for the hotter locations. that's check in on your current conditions where we start out with gray skies over berkeley. you can see there at 56 now. upper 50s to start your morning and oakland. upper 50s livermore. the cloud cover from the coast around the bay and north bay into portions of the south bay and into the inner east bay, marine layers deeper and onshore breeze is blowing through fairfield. travis, gusts 225. that's a good sign that we had the cool pacificare. temperatures continuing to come down. the morning fog and coolie conditions in lent and relatively speaking, 90 degrees is not cool but better than where we have been. this is the north bay, 79 santa rosa, mid-70s san rafael. 67 sausalito.
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cloudy and coolie in that direction. as we head to the recent east bay we had the art and wine festival near alameda. 79 castor valley. 90 walnut creek. 89 degrees expected for concorde. south bay, 81 san jose, 83 los gatos, 87 morgan hill. it's going to be warm and could also have a little bit of smoke and haze due to the fire that will continue over near carmel. 74 santa cruz. 75 san mateo and 65 san francisco. low 60s and cloudy in pacifica. here is a look at the extended forecast. temperatures will rebound but not in a big way. we're looking at a modest warm- up into monday and tuesday and wednesday. was a clear skies of the afternoon. the 90s and the forecast.
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upper 70s to low 80s around the back and 60s and cloudy at the coast. by thursday temperatures come down just a bit. a good-looking forecast for the first week of august. no 100 in there. good news for folks. >> the 32nd art and wine fair and down 10 alameda, food, wine, beer, music and the kids area on park avenue. 10:00 until 6:00. or go to the gilroy garlic festival. from calamari to ice cream, everything garlic. live entertainment and arts and crafts and winetasting and the children's area. the final day today. millions of people who were hoping to watch a few shows got an error message instead. we will tell you about the
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streaming service that crashed last night.
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time for the pet of the day. romeo, a three-year-old while the who is an infection a boy with lots of personality. big things come in small packages like his namesake. he can be moody so he needs a
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patient owner who will work with him on food behaviors. he will do best in a home without small children. he is neutered and up-to-date on his shots. you can meet him at the humane society and the north bay. check out our facebook page, ktvu. binge watchers can start watching again this morning now that netflix streaming is coming back online. it crashed saturday night during prime binge watching hours. watches of the us were greeted with a message that the service was having technical difficulties or it was unable to process viewer request. netflix tweeted a message at 6:30 pm that they were aware and were working to fix them. the issues were limited to those using the web player. customers using the app weren't affected. teen choice awards air tonight. john cena is hosting the show. they honor the biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion and more.
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the teen choice awards kickoff at 8:00 eastern. are you ready for some football? the niners and raiders back to business. one of the big stories for the 49ers involving this big guy, anthony davis. abruptly retired from the niners at 25. since then he used the time to heal up and yesterday was reinstated by the nfl. niners happen to have him back. davis was the 11th overall pick in 2010. 49ers began trickling in with the santa clara headquarters yesterday. they have the third head coach in as many years hiring the new guy chip kelly formally with the eagles. he has a reputation for unconventional training methods. players are trying not to have any preconceptions. i wanted to see for myself. you hear a lot of stories but like i said in the spring when
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he got here he gave me a call and ever since everything has been fine. the biggest thing for us is the process. it is new for us and there is no need to complain. all we had to do is get in on it. >> there kicking up preseason in a few weeks and they opened the season at home on a monday night game against the new look la rams. that will be on september 12 at levi. investigation uncovered a disturbing discovery that daily supplements may do more harm than good in some cases. consumer reports found that people could get sick from using supplements. they learn manufacturers don't have to prove what is in the pills which makes it impossible to know what you are taking which could include materials like arsenic. one of the signs to tell if you are getting a good product is
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to look for a usc symbol. that means they paid extra money to have pills testan's desk pills tested. imagine jumping out of a plane with a parachute and you did it on purpose. amen to that yesterday. we will tell you how he played it all out and how we survived down below. we have video to prove it all.
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and good morning, everyone. that's our emeryville camera, and people are running. a couple anyway. >> it seems to be the theme. >> it's the oakland triathlon with people in the estuary and in oakland. it's the san francisco marathon. if or not getting physical today, something is wrong. >> really impressive folks hitting the streets early. welcome to mornings on 2. it's sunday, july 31. i'm in for christine wong. >> and i'm in here for me. and i worked last night, too. and we start with our forecast. the inland folks, baking in the heat and we had relief yesterday and will continue as we get into our sunday.
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with that said, still in the upper 80s to low 90s for the warmer locations but way better than the century mark. a look at a bit of a hazy sky and the southerly flow that will continue to push smoke into areas in the south bay and a little bit reported in the sierra this morning. i'll show you a tweet that was sent to us. >> really? >> yeah. i'll show you that coming up in the next hit. 56degrees in san francisco right now and 59 in oakland and upper 50s, walnut creek and 54 in santa rosa, and partly to mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the afternoon today, low 60s to low 90s. a 30-degree span depending on how you like it. i think we have a graphic. 91 for aspect okay and 89 for concord, mid-70s in hayward and san mateo, and closer to the coast, partly cloudy skies in
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pacifica. a nice micropattern in place. and then another cool down in the extended forecast. that is coming up in just a bit. new overnight, one woman is dead and three others hospitalized after an early on morning shooting in downtown austin, and three other women are hospitalized. investigatorssay there was a disturbances in austin's entertainment district just as the bars were closing, and someone began shooting into the crowd. police have not located a suspect and have only a vague description of a possible shooter. back home, bart officials are looking for a fire that shut down service at the east bay station yesterday p there was no service at the walnut creek station at yesterday afternoon at 3:00 after insulated material around the third rail on the west end of
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the station caught fire. >> anyone who has been in the bart station has seen the third rail and the fiberglass cover that goes over the third rail, and that was on fire in this case. >> crews were able to put the fire out quickly and expect to put the diagrammed trains back in service. no report of injuries. there were traffic delays along bay area roads yesterday. it's not clear if the scheduled bart track shut down between the glen park and daly city stations was a factor. regardless, there were six more long weekends of the shutdown all for track maintenance and crews are installing noise reducing equipment and the work is expected to last through october. samtrans is using shuttles. fire crews in santa clara county are making progress in a wildfire that broke out near
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calaveras and sierra roads after 5:00 last night. the latest information has the fire at 75% contained and 125 acres scorched. no evacuations ordered, and no homes are threatened. they will be looking for a cause once the fire is under control. and we are looking at the fire still burning in monterey county that cover ised 38,000 acres and is 15% contained. >> we have on the phone the cal fire public information officer bennett malloy. good morning. how are you? >> reporter: how are you? the fire is continuing to eat away along the los padres national forest, and that's primarily where the fire is spreading in the southeast direction, kind of away from
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the carmel valley. >> wondering how the forecast is helping you out or hindering you guys out there, bullpenet. >> reporter: cooler weather and increased humidity is good for firefighting as long as it doesn't bring wind. that influence seems to be moderating along the coastline below 400 feet. once you get above that, the fire burns from 1000 to 1500, 2000 feet and it's staying hot and dry and even down in the single digits. it's creating almost a harder experience for the firefighters where it's hot and dry. >> is it a good year this year in terms of not a ton of fires? we had not had a ton of rain. >> reporter: unfortunately, we didn't get all the rain we needed, and the rain we did get
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in years pass past and now we have a combination of drought- stressed trees and the additional of escapal grass that is fire ready. >> bennett, i have a question about the call for more firefighters. it's been exhausting work and you put the call out. are you looking for more firefighters around the state to lend a hand? >> reporter: we have quite a few -- it's a collaboration of hundreds of agencies here. a little over 5300 firefighters total on this fire. in fact, we have so many firefighter that is we have out grown the additional base camps. we have two additional camps to assist in the feeding and sleeping of the firefighters. >> all right. thank you very much. that is bennett milloy from cal fire. thanks, and good luck with
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everything out there, sir. >> reporter: thank you for having us on. >> absolutely. the sand fire burning northwest of los angeles is almost fully contained now. crews have circled 93% of the fire and it's about a quarter of the size of the station fire that burned nearby 7 years ago. and new this morning, pope francis is telling tens of thousands of young catholics to get moving and take risks to build a better world. this is the last day of the pope's 5-day visit for world youth day and told the crowd not to confuse happiness with the sofa saying they should not become so-called couch potatoes. one young woman shares her story about the challenges of life in war-torn syria. >> every day, we live surrounded like this. but like you, we close our doors behind us as each morning we leave for work or school.
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it's in that moment that we are gripped by fear that we will not return to find our home and our families. >> the 26-year-old student questioned her faith and asked the crowd to pay for people living in syria and all around the world. a new bill is hoping to prevent lgbt discrimination at all schools and universities. the religious colleges and universities could be exposed to civil rights lawsuits from students and employees. some schools are calling it an attack on free exercise of religion saying that the exemption allows them to have policys in line with their faith. the measures are heading to the state assembly after passing the senate. thousands of runners are racing through the streets of san francisco right now with the marathon underway right now. >> starting at 5:30, they got out early this morning, and the
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winner crossed the finish line a few minutes ago. >> yeah, there we go. the top two men were fairly close in the last part of the race, and joining us now is the winner of the 2016 marathon, and max haynes, congratulations. can you tell us about the course? how was it out there? >> reporter: oh, it's a thrill. i'm from san francisco and it's great to run in the city i'm training in. the first half is up and down. we saw it here at the embarcadero, up down, up, down, windy and wet but the organizers and volunteers did a great job. >> it must be fun to win in your home area, and talk about the hills. i covered the boston marathon a number of times, heartbreak hill. what's it like, up, down, up, down? it must be crazy. >> reporter: yeah, it is.
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this is like boston except with 7 heart break hills. the hills are fun because you lose yourself a bit. you go down and all can do is focus on not falling over, and sometimes, the straightaways are more difficult. you have to look straight ahead. but the hills are nice sometimes. not so nice at times. >> and you get to train here and you think it helps you prep for this marathon in particular? were you running the course to get a feel for it to know where to put on the gas and the brakes? >> reporter: at times, i wasn't intentionally running the course, just golden gate park. i live in the mission and running around the mission t helps with the course today. i think unintentionally i was able to preview the course. >> and interesting, max. the course has changed in 30-
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plus years. sometimes, the golden gate bridge is in. sometimes, it's not. do you like going over the golden gate bridge? >> reporter: yeah. it's fun. today was foggy and you can hardly see it. and all but two lanes -- just two lanes closed, 2 lanes, 3 lanes of traffic and winds blowing everywhere. it's an experience. you don't get to run across the bridge all that often so this is awesome. >> max haines-stiles, congratulations. i think you need a frosty beverage and a day of rest, my friend. >> reporter: i think i need a nap. thank you. >> thank you for joining us, and congratulations. >> he looked great. >> he looked like he could run another 26. luke aikens in california is the first person to jump
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watt a parachute or a wing suit and live to tell the story. >> boy, just made it, too, on the edge. he jumped out of a plane at 25,000 feet and landed safely in the net yesterday on live television. he feel for about 2 minutes. he has ahead 18,000 jumps but before the jump he said if i wasn't nervous, i would be stupid. amen. he wanted to show people that we confer -- can all do what we think we can't do if we approach it the right way. like my mother always said. >> i hope he was wearing a helmet. >> he was. how hillary clinton and donald trump are trying to connect with blue collar workers. workers. >> it's a deep, rich feeling,
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just a wonderful feeling and feels so good when you have it right. >> older athletes wind down their activity as they feel the bruises and 80s of training hard. up next, it's never too late to take on a new and difficult sport. we'll lace them up when we come back. stay right there.
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happy sunday and thank you for joining us this morning. getting a live look over the east bay, smoke and haze expected over the south bay for today. going to see the giants play this afternoon, low to mid-60s and partly cloudy skies. a nice day coming our way. the numbers coming up. a little journey and a little theme running through with "don't stop believing." athletessay they may cut back on what they love to do with the fear of getting hurt. >> but connie curry has no plans to slow down. she competes on blades of steel. >> reporter: all you have to do is watch connie curry skate, and you will feel her joy.
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>> it's just a deep, rich feeling. it's a wonderful feeling, and it feels so good when you have it right. >> reporter: she's been doing it for 17 years. >> getting dizzy out here. i need to catch my breath. >> reporter: an achievement which is more remarkable when you realize she didn't lace up her skates until she was 60. >> my 95-year-old father told me his regrets and asked what was my regret. and i said i wanted to wear one of those ice skater pretty dresses, and he turned around and said what is stopping you? go rent skates and go tomorrow. >> reporter: she went and fell hard and it scared her but she gave herself a lecture. >> when you were a kid, we used to throw ourselves in the snow, and i remember the feeling and
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i got back out and have loved it since. i can just check it off the list. >> reporter: and keep on trucking? >> i did. i did. >> reporter: and her list of things to do at 77 only seems to grow. she tried freestyle and 7 years ago, she started ice dancing. three years ago, she entered her first national competition. >> john choreographed a program in vancouver, my first international competition. >> reporter: john her coach. he is a 3-time canadian national champion and in 1980 competed in the lake placid olympics. >> i do it because of the passion and connie is an inspiration to me and all the other skaters around. >> reporter: that passion is inspiring. do you feel you are an inspiration? >> i hope so.
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>> reporter: the reaction is pro found performing at the adult nationals. >> to have the crowd respond the way they did. >> reporter: it was a stimulation? >> it's a stimulation, and you can tell when she is skating and performing, she is loving everything moment of it. and people think oh, my gosh. if she can do it, can i do it. >> reporter: do you think at any point, she's 70. maybe we won't be doing some of the things she wants to do? >> she's going to out last me. i tell you, she has so much energy. >> reporter: and you lift her and there is no fear? >> as long as she has confident -- confidence in me i have confidence in her. >> i think i have always been brave. in my heart when i am doing something i totally love i feel 90% of the time safe and secure. >> reporter: it takes predication with pre-dawn hours
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on the ice and practices 4 days a week but connie's husband will tell you that she tackles ice skating like ice. >> she knows no limits. >> reporter: she owns her own business and is taking banjo lessons. >> she is practicing day and night [laughter] >> reporter: what are you going to be doing at 80? >> a new free dance. >> reporter: anything you can't do? >> yeah, be a perfect figure skater. i will try the rest of my life. >> reporter: claudine wong, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> i think as you get older, you give up on stuff and get sedentary and your body slows down. use it or lose it. >> i was going to say exactly that. >> just keep doing it. but today might be a good day to go indoors and find an ice skating rink. it's warming up so you may want
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that relief. at least make plans depending on how you like the weather, cool at the coast and warm inland and a warm day over areas like san jose, a live look there. a little haze, and we have been talking about it this morning. we expect some of the fire smoke to continue into the portions of the south bay, and i want to show you a picture of the sierra with the haze and smoke reaching the sierra nevada. it has to do with the flow. we keep talking about the flow, and that just means mid and upper level wind. here is a good example. the wind bars from the south, it's easy to understand how the smoke is transported into the bay area all the way into the sierra. big sur, the relative humidity is good and the weather is good, only 50 degrees and it will warm up for today and again, the southerly flow will continue to push the smoke in
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our direction and continue to push it all the way into the sierra. i don't say mitt was reporting smoke yesterday. 56 in berkeley right now, and 55 in san francisco. here at home, cloudy skies to start the day and patchy fog. our story for the afternoon issue the continued cool down. 62 in brentwood. for the north bay, 54 in santa rosa. we have the on shore breeze with us for today. traves, it's gusting quite strong this morning. here's a look at the forecast for the garlicfest, 10:00 a.m., 70, and noon time, 80 degrees and 4:00 in the afternoon, 85. it will be warm. so if you don't like the heat but really want to go, early. giving you a look at the north bay, 78 in novato and upper 60s for sausalito and the east bay,
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alameda a gorgeous day for the art and winefest. 90degrees in danville, and 92 in brentwood and some folks enjoy the heat. this is your day to be inland. 87 in morgan hill and gilroy, and 81 expected for san jose, nice and mild in santa cruz and capitola. if you want to go to the boardwalk, head to the beach over this, and 65 in san francisco, it will be nice at the giants game. temperatures coming up slightly monday, tuesday, wednesday, and then drop off again as we get into thursday. a good looking forecast. what do you say? >> sounds good to me, rosemary. >> two thumbs up. >> four thumbs up. hey, your daily dose of vitamins might be doing more harm than good. what you need to know to make sure or getting the best quality products for your family. but first, a rare look
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inside a bay area moviehouse. that story and more when we come back.
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and they're off. nearly 300 people came to compete in the strider world cup championship with the
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toddlers. the japanese striders took first in the 2, 3, and 5-year- old races. >> crazy legs voyer out of stockton placed. and he can hardly walk. but they are competing in a friendly atmosphere and having fun, too. champion's cup soccer exhibition tournament makes a stop in the south bay. it was liverpool and milan. and liverpool with the first shot in the corner of the net. that is good. 14 minutes later, another score for liverpool and that was your final. thesummer tournament will move off to minneapolis with chelsea
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on friday night. patrons who used to visit an old moviehouse in the east bay will get a walk down memory lane. the historic art deco building closed its doors in the 1980s. the county opens the building and yesterday opened it up for tours. one women said it was her home away from home as a teenager. and there is an effort to restore it. >> amazing. when you watch a movie in a theater like that, it's just different. >> i grew up near the orinda theater. a pair of emeryville police officers have a close call. one of the officers was nearly hit, and i i -- we are learning new information about what happened.
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and there he is, max haines- stiles, the winner of the san francisco marathon, had him on the air a few minutes ago. >> a local guy. >> a local guy, won his own race and looked great, by the way. >> i have to say that has to give him the edge, knowing the city, knowing the course, knowing the weather. i think it helps him. >> have you ever wanted to run 26 miles? >> i -- wanted? >> i have aspirations of someday doing it [laughter] >> but not wanted. >> could you ever cover a
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marathon and -- >> oh, yeah. >> i have all the respect in the world, god bless you, but, man, that's a long way. >> the only way i would run 26 miles is if someone is chasing me with a stick. >> i can see that, and i can't get past 3 miles and from what i understand, you have to get past 3 miles for it -- >> to count? >> to feel good. [laughter] >> you get a participant medal that way. how about weather on this marathon sunday? >> let's talk about the weather, great weather for the runners. right? it's nice, cool, patchy drizzle reported, and our headlines for your weather is cooler. temperatures will continue to drop off for the afternoon. 54 at santa rosa right now and 56 in san francisco and 60 in oakland and 60 in livermore and san jose and for the afternoon, low 60s at the coast and low 90s inland and around the bay, right in between. 70s in the forecast for oakland
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and 79 in redwood city and south bay at san jose, 81. if you are just joining us, perhaps haze and smoke drifting over the south bay. santa rosa to the north, gorgeous and 79. the sonoma raceway, a race going on there, and they have excitement going on, but, yes, a lot going on and good weather. and it will change a bit going into the week. the extended forecast coming up. >> rosemary, thank you a bunch. police in florida are looking into a motive for the shooting that left three people dead and a boy injured. police were called to the south florida house in kenneddal this morning and 2 women died at the scene and a 17-year-old boy died at the hospital. police are not releasing information about who might have fired the deadly shots. in texas, a woman is dead after someone fired into a big crowd in austin's entertainment district, and all the victims
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that were shot were expected to survive. this happened just as the bars were shutting down in austin. they don't have a suspect in custody and only a vague description. investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that shut down the walnut creek bart station. so far, all they know is that the fire was insulation on the third rail. all operations are back to normal. the time is 8:33. ntsb is investigating a hot air balloon crash in texas that killed all 16 people on board. it was about 30 miles south of austin when it crashed in the field. investigators think that the fire was in a basket that dropped. hoping to find cell phone video of the incident. a witness said she heard a popping sound. >> i think the pop was the balloons connecting with the lines. by the time i looked that way,
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it wassed on ground. >> investigators are in the process of trying to determine why it crashed. it's one of the worst hot air balloon crashs in history. hillary clinton and tim kaine are making their way through ohio this morning, a 3- day bus tour through ohio and pennsylvania. clinton's focus largely has been on the economy and taking aim at donald trump. >> person after person has come forward to say the same thing. i got the contract. i did the work. he wouldn't pay me. heim talking about plumbers, painters, glass installers, marble installers, all kinds of people. >> next week, we'll be making appearances throughout the nation and in california. the clinton campaign said that the internal computer system was not compromised in the
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latest e-mail hacking scandal. a separate computer network maintained by the dnc was hacked but the clinton press secretary said there was, quote, no evidence that our internal systems have been compromised. earlier this week, it was said that russia is most likely responsible and the director of the cia isn't taking that lightly. >> interference in the u.s. election process is a very, very serious matter, and i think, certainly, this government will treat it with great seriousness. that's all i can say at this point. >> the fbi and department of justice are investigating. names, addresss and e-mails from a voter analytical system is a possible motive for the hacking. >> she was standing there. she had nothing to say,
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probably, maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. to tell me. you might remember that khizr khan spoke at the convention saying that trump could borrow his copy of the u.s. constitution. >> since khan's speech, a pocket version of the u.s. constitution has become a pop seller in amazon. it was in the top 10 best selling books yesterday. the version khan had at the convention doesn't look like it's the same one that was popular on amazon but it appears that the muslim- american lawyer is responsible for the up stick in sales. and vacaville police have arrested two teens suspected of robbing gas stations and fast food restaurants. a 16-year-old boy from vacaville was arrested after a
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short foot chase. investigatorssay he had a backpack with money, a large knife, and a t-shirt that may have been use -- used to cover his face, and another boy was arrested suspected of robbing a taco bell last thursday. a little cesar's pizza and a gas station were also robbed. fortunately, no one was hurt during any of the robberies. a game stop in newark is offering a $2,000 reward to find the man accused of robbing their store twice. police released surveillance videos of the man as he is suspected of robbing the store on jarvis avenue this month and in february of last year. policesay the man walked in with a gun and left with money. he is suspected of robbing game stop stores in union city and san leandro. new information coming in
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about the two emeryville police officers who were nearly hit by gunfire with a shooting that happened late friday night near the pixar studios. emeryville police are calling the incident a negligent discharge of a firearm and say officers saw a bullet ricochet off the ground and hit at a nearby building. nobody was injured. san jose police officers are inviting people to sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee with them today, coffee with a cop. it's being held this afternoon at 12:30 to 3:30 at the emmanuel baptist church. there will be no agenda or speeches, just friendly chatter and a cup of coffee and a chance to get to know the officers. the fastest runners started
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the san francisco marathon at 5:30 this morning. >> and the winner for the women is a local gal from oakland. >> congratulations, tori. let's talk to you about your race strategy. how did you go into the race? >> reporter: my strategy was first to enjoy the race. i'm a local resident and i wanted to have fun and go out and run a good pace. i didn't expect to win it. pi --but it was a great opportunity. >> it's the first marathon have you ever run; right? how do you feel? must feel great. >> reporter: yeah. i am very happy. i'm tired now but it was good to win. i grew up in the bay area and coming here and winning it was a lot of fun. >> tired sounds like an understatement. we talked with the top men's finisher, and he said what
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comes up, must come down. the hills, a plus and a minus. how did you navigate the hills? >> reporter: i just kept trying to push up the hill and gained momentum going down the hill. i felt it on the legs by mile 20 but had to keep pushing forward. >> reporter: what about going over the bridge? it been in the race some years and they have taken it out some years. how much fun is this to go over the golden gate? >> reporter: it was great. as we were going back, you can see the crowds coming back up the other way, and people are clapping their hands expected cheering for you. when you are the first female, they are saying keep going. that was pretty awesome. >> a first-place finish in your first marathon. and this can't be the last one. do you plan on going to more marathons? >> reporter: yeah, definitely.
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i'll keep running until i'm old and gray. >> where do you go from here, though? >> reporter: as long as my legs keep going. you know, you just keep pushing yourself to see how fast you can go. this wasn't a pr for me but in the past i qualified for the olympic marathon, so i would like to keep going. >> and tori tyler, and the men's winner as had a local guy. so tori, congratulations. go get ready and enjoy your day. >> reporter: okay, thank you. >> let's take a quick look at the map to avoid the closures. san francisco might be a mess with a giants' game. parts of the embarcadero will be shut down until 2:45. if you are going to the giants's game, it might cause a bit of a bakeup. details on the road
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closures, reroutes and suggested detours on ktvu.com. just click on the web links tab on our home page. and we have a powerball winner sold in new hampshire. last night's drawing worth a cool $487 million. >> yeah. someone in the granite state matched all 6 numbers. i lived there for a number of years. i might know the guy. 11, 17, 21, 23, 32, and a powerball of number 5, well, i want to meet you. this is the country's 8th largest lottery jackpot. hasn't been a winner since may when a new jersey family took home nearly half a billion dollars. so granite stater taking it all. >> way to start the day. a new water park coming to the bay. the progress and when you can expect to see the center up and running. and shocking video out of china, a little girl running across the street is hit by a
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are car but, as you can see, somehow survives. more on that when we come back.
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good morning. a beautiful day over the east bay this morning, a little haze
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out there. the air quality, not bad and temperatures cooling off as we get into the afternoon. the cool down started yesterday for the inland folks and will continue for sunday. i'll have a look at your temperatures coming up in just a bit. >> thank you, rosemary. the u.s. army is conducting military drills to promote peace. >> and wild video of a young girl in china as we go around the world in 80 seconds. >> reporter: malaysia, u.s. secretary of the army eric fanning on hand as american and malaysian service members hold joint military exercises. the annual operation is meant to reinforce cooperation between the u.s. and allys in asia and help promote stability in the region. the army secretary will continue his overseas trip with visits to troops in japan and south korea. poland, pope francis celebrating mass at a church dedicated to one of the
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country's native sons, the late pope john paul ii marking the 1050th anniversary of the country's adoption of christianity. kenya, a wave of school fires with students torching more than 100 government schools in the past several weeks. the government said cheating on exams and pressure on students are the reason for the attack while teachers blame the government for the outbreak. china, dramatic video shows eighths girl knocked down by a moving car, fell, rolled over on the ground and then stood up on her own and staggered to the side of the road. we are told she suffered only scratches and will be okay. that's a wrap off this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. an investigation has undiscovered a somewhat
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disturbing discovery. daily supplements may do more harm than good. people can potentially get sick from using supplements. they learned manufacturers don't have to prove what's in the pills to make it almost impossible to know what you are taking that might include dangers such as arsenic. >> one important thing is if you are a person who does need a supplement because you're pregnant or might be getting pregnant, look for a usp symbol, and that means they paid to have their pills tested for potency and purity. >> and consumer reports is reporting that although they are prohibited from claiming they can cure a condition, many have been caught making those claims. work on an aquatic park
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will done by february in dublin. it the have a performing arts center with 2000 seats. people living in dublin asked the city to cut back on the site where mandatory water conservation measures were put in place, and now, residents will be saving twice as much water. >> it looks great. i want to take a dip, hit the water slide. sounds fun. >> today, if you want to take a dip out there -- >> i think that will be cold compared to the pool. >> a little chilly. right, rosemary? right. dublin might be the better place to hang out poolside. the north bay, mostly cloudy and we have partly sunny and partly cloudy skies with a live look over the golden gate where we continue to watch the runners this morning with the san francisco marathon going on in san francisco and the
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oakland triathlon going on in oakland and a lot of stuff at sonoma going on. the gates are open in so no, ma'ama open -- sonoma at the raceway, and we have plenty to do today. the temperatures will feel quite nice for the last day of july and not much different in the first week of august. let's check in on the cloud cover. stockton, pretty good at the coast and patchy drizzle out there this morning. as we shift into the inner east bay, partly sunny in areas near livermore and mostly sunny to partly cloudy, and then farther east and mostly clear in areas like brentwood and aspect -- antioch. the on shore breeze is blowing and the marine layer is stronger -- i should say thicker, and we will remain mostly cloudy at the coastline
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for today and partly cloudy right here in san francisco and maybe on the western edge, mostly cloudy as we get into the afternoon. 60s at the coast and for san francisco and 70s around the bay. as we slide closer into the south bay, upper 70s to low 80s, and earlier in the week, low 100s. 65degrees right now in brentwood and 61 in fremont and 57 in berkeley, and 55 in san francisco and 55 to start the  morning at half moon bay. 54 in santa rosa. south bay, 61 in san jose. going to see the giants play? a good looking day, partly cloudy skies and on shore breeze and 53 at game time and temperatures expected to top out at 65 in san francisco. in the north bay, highs 78 for sonoma. closer to the water, 67 for sausalito and tiberon. upper 60s for alameda and low
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70s for oakland and upper 70s inland at castro valley and 90 in danville. one the hottest spots, brentwood at 92. a beautiful day in santa cruz, 74 for the afternoon high there. 79 in redwood city and 72 in san bruno and cloudy and cool at the coast. daly city, half moon bay and pacifica, in the low 60s. the extended forecast, temperatures will climb and notice not a huge jump, just a settle one. and monday, tuesday, wednesday, low 90s and then we'll cool back for thursday. a good looking forecast for the start of august, and consider that we are still in the middle of summer, no complaints. >> we should be back in philly and cleveland with hail and rain. >> hot and muggy. >> thank you, rosemary. another pokemon go event. coming up, where you want to be if you are trying to catch them all and where you might want to avoid if you are just over
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this. we'll be right back.
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happening today, pokemon fans will be in oakland trying to catch them all and do it for charity. they will be at the pokemon themed toy drive and fundraiser for children's hospital of oakland at the endgame store on washington street. there will be poke stops and raffles. and if pokemon isn't your style, you can grab your kite and had the out to berkeley for the last day of the kite festival. thousands have been out flying the beautiful kites. we have new video posted on youtube. marking costs $15, and the shuttle will be at several
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spots including golden gate field. those kites are amazing. binge watchers can start watching again now that netflix's streaming service is back online. the service crashed on saturday night during prime binge watching hours, and watchers were greeted wife the message that the streaming service was having technical difficulties. netflix tweeted out a message that they were aware of the problems and they were trying to fix them. the issue seemed to be limited to those using the web player. those customers using the app were unaffected. the giants broke a 3-game losing streak. >> hunter pence is back and hit a double in his first appearance at the plate after missing 48 games, but his team unfortunately couldn't bring him home. the nationals score on anthony rent don't's 2-run blast.
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washington scored one more in the fourth to take a 3-0 lead but the giants got offense going in the 4th. eduardo nunez with a drive to right center field making the score 3-2, and angel pagan drove in the tying run with a groundout in the bottom of the 7th. bases loaded and the giants scored 2 more. that is your final, 5-3 giants, and the giants facing off against the nationals. maybe the players had special inspiration from a new piece of art. check it out there. the giants unveiled a giant lego statue of madison bumgarner, and it will be on permanent display in the fan lot. bumgarner checking out how closely it matches him, and you can see it looks pretty close. it ended up being a rough
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night for the as against cleveland. in the 4th inning, oakland's billy butler and the indian's catcher had heated words but butler stopped the chatter who he hit a 440-foot homerun and flipped his bat, and the umpire sent out a warning to both dugouts. but the tension seemed to ignite the indians in their half of the fourth. cleveland hit 3 homers off dillon overton who was just recalled from triple a nashville. he was replaced and the indians picked up another 2-run homer. the as dropped that 16-3 and will face off against the indians again today. >> if you want to get re revenge, do it with your bat. well-trained runners are out on the road. we'll go out live to the san francisco marathon to see how the rest of the runners are holding up. we'll tell you what roads to
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avoid and not just stuck in traffic. we have a giants' game, too. we'll be right back.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. august is coming along on monday. and rosemariy is delivering a perfect day for a marathon or whatever you want to do. >> marathon, triathlon, whatever is in for you. >> right. the art and wine fair, sonoma. >> what are you doing today? >> hopefully something fun. we are going to be warm i remember land and cool at the coast. so you have your pick. we have mostly cloudy skies along the bay and around the coastline, and temperatures this morning in the 50s and low 60s. 57 in san francisco and 61 in oakland and low 60s in livermore and the north bay, 56, and the south bay locations, low 60s, and as we get into the afternoon, our cooling trend continuing, and when i say cooling trend, i don't necessarily mean it's going to be cool because areas like antioch, 91 for today and 90 in livermore and closer to the bay, very comfortable. 75 in hayward and mountain view
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and san mateo. like it cool? head to the coast, cloudy skies in pacifica. and temperatures will rebound going into the business week and it will be a modest change. >> thank you, rosemary. one woman is dead and three others hospitalized after a the shooting in downtown austin, texas. there was a disturbance just as bars were closing up. that's when someone began shooting into the crowd. the women in the hospital are all expected to survive. police have not located a suspect and have only a vague description of a possible shooter. a deadly crash in hayward along interstate 880. new video from the scene. it all happened just before 4:00 on southbound 880 near the west winton avenue off-ramp. you can see the wreckage and roads blocked off by police. one person was killed and another one injured and one person was taken to the hospital. in san francisco, the
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national parks service is looking into how a man fell nearly 50 to 100 feet down a cliff to his death yesterday afternoon in the waters off lands end. three rescuers had to have jump in the water without wetsuits to save the man but the man's fall ended up being deadly. >> reporter: san francisco's fog covers the rough surf. the trails leading down are frequently explored by locals and tourists. >> there are places when there isn't like a fence or anything surrounding it, and i feel it's possible for someone to fall. >> reporter: firefighter says two people did fall off the cliff. at 4:30 p.m., rescuered race the to the water. >> there was a lot of speed boats and a lot of commotion going on. it was chaotic on the water. there was like speed boats, and a lot of like our guests are like pretty concerned about
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what was going on outside. >> a lot of people were freaked out and afraid because there were so many cops and ambulances. >> reporter: san francisco fire said that the man fell from the cliff at the restaurant and was seen lying facedown in the water. park service rescue swimmers had difficulty getting to the man because of the rough surf and needed help from the coast guard and getting out of the water themselves. the man was pronounced dead by the southern marin fire district. the man's female companion was stuck at the bottom of the cliff. she was rescued with rescuers repelling down the edge. bart is rung a normal schedule in the east bay after a fire in the walnut creek station yesterday afternoon. officialssay that insulated material around the third rail on the west end of the station somehow caught fire. >> anyone who was in the bart
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station has seen a third rail and seen the fiberglass cover, that was on fire in this case. >> the crews needed about 90 mondays to put out the fire and inspect the track surrounding the equipment for damage, and trains were back in service last night. no reports of injury, and bart is trying to figure out what may have caused the fire. big traffic delays along the bay area roads. there are six more weekends of shutdowns planned all for track maintenance. crews are installing noise- reducing equipment, and closures are expected to last through mid-october, and samtrans is running free bus shuttles. and heading to sfo millbrae t should add an hour to the trip. crews are getting an upper hand on the wildfire east of san
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jose. flames broke out near calaveras after 5:00 last night. the latest update on the sierra fire said 125 acres have burned. the fire, 75% contained. there are no evacuations ordered, and no homes threatened at this time. the cause is under investigation:the number of fire crews working on the biggest wildfire in northern california continues to grow with more than 5300 firefighters battling the fire south of carmel. flames have charred nearly 34,000 acres, 57 homes and 11 other buildings have been destroyed. 350 people remain evacuated. some people living in the carmel islands area are allowed to return home. one man said even when he was told to leave, he wouldn't walk away property his home. >> it's all you work for, and i don't want to go. if it was going to burn, i was going to watch it burn and do what i can to stop it.
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>> officials say tell take a month, possibly longer to get the fire under control. that is putting a huge strain on cal fire crews sent from wildfire to wildfire with no rest between stops. the sand fire northwest of los angeles is almost fully contained. fire crews have circled 93% of the fire and it has charred 39,000 acres since it started a week and a half ago, about a quarter of the size of the station fire that burned nearby seven years ago. happening right now, race day in san francisco for the 39th annual san francisco marathon. >> 27,000 runners taking part in their own street celebration and top competitors have crossed the 99 line but it's open to those who are not elite runners, and some of them are still out on the course. >> we're joined by the marathon's vice president of marketing, michelle la france. good morning. >> reporter: good morning.
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how you doing? >> we're all good. how are you doing? i know the race is still under way. how have things gone? >> reporter: yeah. things are wonderful here. it's incredible, and we are doing very, very well and riding the wave of emotion, and it's a beautiful day and nice and cool for our incredible athletes. >> we were talking about the weather, and it couldn't have been better, nice and cool conditions. how are the time -- times this morning? >> reporter: i'm sorry. how were the what? >> how were the times for finishing? >> reporter: oh, the times. incredible times for both men and women and we are coming up on the award ceremony shortly where we can celebrate them and their incredible achievement. >> we are seeing the male winner right now and you have to put your hands together because the male and female winners are both from the bay
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area. >> reporter: yes, we love, love that and we have 87 countries represents from the race. and we love that we have bay area winners here representing the east bay as well with oakland and lots of local pride. >> this year, a record setter, 27,000 entries. what is it about the marathon that brings out the runners? >> reporter: it's hard to say. so many things but we have to think that our course is the most beautiful running tour in san francisco and from the golden gate bridge to the embarcadero and bay bridge, golden gate parks every mile is packed with an seches san francisco and you to a lot of spirit of the city is part of the counter's journey every step of the way, and it's hard to say that's not on anyone's bucket list. >> i must say especially if you are not from the city, you must
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do sight seeing. going over the golden gate bridge has not always been on the racecourse. >> reporter: correct. we are coming up on our 40th anniversary. the first was in 1977 and has changed many times over the years and it hent always been on the bridge. we shut down a good part of it, and runners can run underneath the towers and it's really incredible that they were able to take advantage. >> it's never too early to talk about next year. each year you get a sense of what went right or wrong. any changes for next year? >> reporter: we have digital experiences and an interactive preview at the expo, and we have everything growing with lots more surprises and
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celebration of the runners, so proud of all of them and congratulations to all the runners. >> michelle la france, chief marketing from the san francisco marathon, enjoy and bask in a great day and a great race. congratulations. >> reporter: thank you so much and congratulations to all of our runners. >> absolutely and, of course, not everyone is as fast as the winners. there will be runners on the streets for a little while and probably a good 5 hours for this morning, and here is a quick look at the map of where the races are taking place. remember. it started at 5:30 and 11:00 or so it should slow down. roads near golden gate park will be closed until 11:00 a.m. and the embarcadero will be shut down until 2:45. >> for details on the road closures and muny reroutes, checker out ktvu.com and click on web links on our home page. coming up, clinton and kaine are on the campaign
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trail. how the democratic nominee for president and her vp pick are trying to connect with blue collar workers. >> imagine jumping out of a plane with no parachute on purpose. one man did just that and we'll tell you how he survived and we have the video to prove it.
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olympic team has arrived in rio, but they won't be representing their native countrys. they talked about what it means to be in the olympics. >> they were picked to represent the ref gee crisis. >> they have the feeling of never give up and did a lot to reach here. we continue because we have dreams. >> they will compete to win medals but they will not count as medals for their home countries. we had liverpool and ac milan facing off last night at
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levi stadium in santa clara. the first shot, and then 14 minutes later, liverpool scores again, and that's all they needed. the crazy sky diver is now in the record books. >> this is crazy. he jumped from a plane without a parachute and lived to tell the story. >> he's in. >> that would be a bull's eye. >> actually, not in the center. >> a little off center. luke aikens landed safely into
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a net on live vision, through for about 2 minutes and then flipped to land on his back. before the jump, he said, if i wasn't nervous, i would be stupid. i guess. aikens side -- said he wanted to show people we can all do things we don't think we can if we approach it the right way. >> what does make you if you are jumping out of the plane without a parachute? >> it was live tv and hopefully they paid him and paid him well. >> that freefall must have been short. praying i'm sure. and looking live into the east bay, haze there and talking about the haze and smoke all the way into the sierra. and i think over the south bay today we definitely have a good possibility of smoke and haze
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that continues from the fire burning near caramel. - - carmel. the marine layer is thicker and on shore breeze is stronger. 62 in pacifica for your afternoon and mid-60s in san francisco. to the east bay shoreline, mid- 70s in hayward and 80s to low 90s in areas around concord, livermore, antioch, a warm day, just not as hot. 87 for morgan hill and 85 for the gar lake festival in gilroy. if you don't like it hot, now is the chance to get out and go. we are looking at pretty good weather for the start of the day. otherwise, expect warm, sunny, hazy conditions for the second half. and the extended forecast, we'll show you that we have a warm up coming our way. but it's a subtle warm up as you get into monday, tuesday, wednesday, low 90s in the
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forecast and morning clouds and afternoon sun and cloudy at the coast, upper 70s to low 80s around the bay and low 60s expected at the coast and then we see a cool down as we get into the second half of the business week there. so we have been talking about it this morning. no complaints when it comes to the weather. we could easily hit 100 degrees. we did it a few days ago. >> all looks good to me. patrons who used to frequent an old moviehouse in the east bay got to walk down memory lane. the theater opens in san lorenzo in 1946 but the historic art deco building closed its doors for the last time in the 1980s. the county owns the building now and opened it up for a public tour. people remembering the theater said getting inside again was a rare treat. >> this was my home away from home for two years of my life as a teenager. i miss this theater and that's why i'm here. i hope there is a way to make
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it there. >> a unique theatre is a black like mural on the walls, and there are efforts underway to raise enough money to restore the building as a performing arts center. and in oakland, you can find everything from story time to spaceships. the curious world tour at jack london square welcomes curious explorers of all ages. you are invited on a journey with characters such as curious george who, by the way, is 75 years old this year. you can enjoy the family- friendly activity starting at 10:00 a.m. >> looks great for 75, not a scrap of gray fur. nearly 300 toddlers came to san francisco to compete in the strider world cup championship. but the japanese took overall the riders and went home with a sweep in the 2, 3, and 4 to 5-
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year-old races. local rider, levi crazy boy voyer from stockton, 18 months old, our local strider. >> i think they had a good time. >> i think they had a great time. all tricked out. coming up, let's check out our instagram pic of the morning. >> great shot. >> this was posted by the 415 guy with the caption, looking up at a foggy golden gate bridge on a saturday afternoon. >> we have very, very creative viewers. if you would like to share your photo, be sure and include ktvu and you can see your picture on air like the 415 guy. a small pamphlet of the u.s. constitution is selling big time online but what does it have to do with the race for the white house? one man's effort to get a message to donald trump.
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pope francis wrapping up his 5-day trip to popped will a with holy mass for world youth day. more than 76,000 pilgrims gathered for the event and the final homily of the world youth day celebration. the pope encouraged hundreds of thousands of young people to, quote, believe in humanity, stop hate, and pray for the victims of terrorism. a new bill helping to prevent lgbt discrimination at schools and universities by getting rid of religious exemptions. the colleges and universities could then be exposed to civil rights lawsuits from students and employees, and some schools are calling it an attack on
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their free exercise of religion allowing them to have policys in line with their faith. and san diego police say that an officer that survived a shooting that killed his partner is on track for a full recovery. they were shot during a traffic stop on thursday night. guzman, a 15-year veteran of the force was killed. the chief said they have looked at his body cam footage but still don't know what caused the shoot shooting. >> we have two heroes and absolute represent the best of the best. and we will continue to show what they have done in support
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in protecting all of us and protecting our citizens. >> the suspect was shot by one of the officers, and he is in critical condition. a second possible suspect was taken into custody. 3 people including a 10- year-old girl are safe after being rescued in the sacramento dealt a they took off from brannani land on a jet ski and became stranded. rescuers found them stuck on a sand bar and brought them to safety. no one was hurt. your daily vitamins might be doing more harm than good. coming up, the findings from a surprising new study and what you need to know to get the best quality products for your family. and following an investigation into a deadly ballooning crash. what the witnesses are saying about the tragic hot air balloon crash in texas that left 16 people dead.
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good morning, everyone. welcome back. the san francisco marathon underway, started at 5:30 and these people are at about four hours which, by the way s a very good time. in the san francisco marathon, it's up and down and up and down. >> give me all day i could make the marathon. walk it out.
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>> welcome back. i think i would need about 6 hours. and i felt an earthquake about 4:00 in napa? yeah, the 4.7 magnitude. i'm sorry. i cut you off. >> i was going to say that. take it away. >> yeah. if you felt rattling, confirmed that, no reports of damage, 2.7 but send us a tweet. >> the 2-year anniversary of the big quake, a lot of rattled nerves up there. absolutely. and we have good weather coming our way. upper 70 this is afternoon, a bit of a gray start over the golden gate bridge with patchy clouds and fog and 65 in walnut
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creek and low 60s in oakland and 67 to start your day in san francisco. 62 in pacifica, and 65 in san francisco. 81 for san jose, and i need to mention a possibility of hazy smoke over the south bay. once again, something that we see, 90 for livermore and 91 for antioch, nice and mild weather. a warm up for the week ahead but not a big one. i will show you the extended forecast coming up. >> all right, rosemary. we'll check in with you. in florida, police are looking for a motive and a gunman in a shooting that left three people dead. they were called to a house in kendall this morning. a woman and two teenagers died. they are a woman and her 19- year-old and 17-year-old sons and a 12-year-old boy who was injured in the shooting. no one is say figure he is
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related to the other victims. police are not releasing information about a suspect. and in texas, a woman is dead after someone fired into a crowd in austin's entertainment district this morning. four other people were injured. all of them are expected to survive. policesay some disturbance happened when someone started shooting as bars were shutting down. and they say they are interviewing witnesses and will get a description of the shooter. back in the bay area, investigators are looking into the cause of a fire which shut down a walnut creek bart station. all they know is is that the fire is limited to the insulation used on the third rail on the west end of the platform. all operations today are back to normal. the national transportation safety board is investigating a hot air balloon crash in texas that killed all 16 people on board. it was south of austin when it caught fire and crashed below. investigators think that the
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fire was in the basket itself. one witness said she heard a popping sound before the balloon came down. >> i think the pops i heard was the balloon connecting with the lines. by the time i looked that way, it was already on the ground. >> ntsb investigators are in the process of trying to figure out what caused the balloon to crash saying it's one of the worst hot air balloon crashs in history. hillary clinton and tim kaine are in ohio on a 3-day bus tour. clinton is directing her speeches to blue collar workers and taking aim at donald trump. >> person after person is coming forward and saying the same thing. i got the contract and did the work. he wouldn't pay me.
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i'm talking about plumbers, glass installers, marble installers. >> she will be making stops in nebraska and virginia and right here in california. the clinton campaign staffers say that a separate computer network used by the clinton campaign and maintained by the dnc was hacked. the clinton press secretary said there was no, quote, evidence that their internal system had been compromised. earlier this week, president obama said that russia is most likely responsible and the director of the cia is not taking that lightly. >> obviously, interference in the u.s. elections process is a very, very serious matter, and i think certainly this government will treat it with great seriousness. that's all i can say at this point. >> both the fbi and department of justice now investigating. meanwhile, the clinton campaign thinks russian president putin might be helping trump to win
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in terms of what was compromised, names, addresses, and e-mails from a voter analytic system. meantime, donald trump is responding to the father of a fallen muslim-american soldier. >> his wife was standing there, had nothing to say. probably she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me. but minutey of people have written that. >> khizr khan asked if trump ever read the u.s. constitution saying that trump could borrow his copy and called the nominee unpatriotic and selfish. khan's speech prompts the constitution to be a top seller in amazon. the version khan had at the convention doesn't look like the same one that is popular on amazon if you -- it appears
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that he is responsible for the uptick in sales. a teenager is under arrest suspected of robbing fast food places gas stations armed with a gun. a 16-year-old boy was arrested after a foot chase. he had a backpack with money, investigators say, and a knife and a t-shirt he may have used to cover his face. a 14-year-old boy was also arrested in connection to at least one of the robberies, suspected of robbing a taco bell last thursday with the 16- year-old. the 16-year-old may have been involved in at least four robberies that all happened last week. a little cesar's pizza and gas station were also robbed. no one was injured in any of of the robberies. game stop in newark is offering a $2,000 reward to find the man suspected of
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robbing the store twice earlier this month and back in february of last year. policesay he walked in, had a gun and left with money. he is expected of robbing stores in union city and san leandro. and tomorrow morning, we'll have a one on one interview with emeryville's police chief jennifer tejada, asking her about the two emeryville police officers nearly hit by gunfire over of the weekend. the shooting happened on friday night while the officers were on foot patrol near pixar studios. it's called a negligent discharge of a weapon. the chief will join us on mornings on 2 in the 8:00 hour. and san jose police officers are inviting people to sit down and have a conversation and a cup of coffee today, and it's all on them in a department organizing event called coffee with a cop. it's being held from 12:30 to
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3:30 at the emmanuel baptist church, no agenda, no speeches, just a cup of coffee and a chance to get acquainted with the community. happening in the east bay, the 32nd annual art and wine fair in downtown alameda with vendor booths, food, wine, beer, live music and a kids' play area. the fair runs from 10:00 to 6:00 or head south to the time day of the gilroy garlic festival with cal -- ca well, amari to garlic ice cream. whoo, that takes getting used to. the final day is today from 10:00 to 7:00. and also happening, harry potter fans are lining up to get the next book, the 8th
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installment in jw rowling's series. harry is now an overworked father of 3 struggling with his past. i am sure people will flock to get that book. >> i'm sure. we have a powerball jackpot winner but the ticket was sold about 3000 miles away from new hampshire, and was worth $487 million. >> someone matched all of the numbers, and they are 11, 17, 21, 23, and 32, and the powerball number, 5. this is the country's 8th largest lottery jackpot. there has not been a winner since may when a new jersey family went home with a $429 million wind fall. the giants broke a 3-game losing vehicle with the help of familiar faces and a new one. hunter pence hit a double in his first appearance at the plate after missing 48 games, but his team, they couldn't bring him home. in the third, the nationals
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scored on anthony rendon's 2- run homer, and washington scored 1 more in the 4th. the giants got offense going in the 4th, and san francisco's newest player, eduardo nunez with a drive to right center field making the score 3-2. and then angel pagan drove in the tying run on the groundout. bottom 7, the bases loaded and giants scored 2 more. the final, 5-3 giants and host the nationals again today. there is a new madison bumgarner statue at at and t park made of 36,000 lego bricks. it took 300 hours to design and build and will be on permanent display in the fan lot. you can see bumgarner himself checking it out to see how closely his lego double matches his form and it looks close. >> spot on. it wound up being a rough night for the as at cleveland. billy butler and the indians'
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catcher exchange words. butler said skip the forget the chatter. how about a 440-foot homerun and watch him flip the bat. the war of words heated up again and the umpire sent a warning to both dugouts. how much a bunch of homeruns? cleveland hit 3 jacks off the as 24-year-old pitcher who was just recalled from triple a. he was replaced and the indians picked up another 2-run shot from mike napoli. they will face off one more time today. well, world series competition right here in the bay. up next, meet the local teams representing our area trying to make a little history. and a new water park coming to the bay. progress made so far and when you can expect to see the center up and running in the trivalley area. it's all coming up. stay right there.
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good morning to you. a live look of the oakland estuary, cloudy skies to start the day, and a cold front headed for the weekend. we have weather for your weekend and nice weather coming our way. once the clouds part, it will be mostly sunny skies away from the coastline and comfortable weather around the bay, warm inland but not as hot and the cool down will continue for sunday. i will have the neighborhood numbers coming up. >> rosemary, thank you. the world series will number livermore, and if you ask which world series, here is the answer. >> it's the little league. a local team will be trying to
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make history. >> reporter: they're idols are all stars. >> clinton kershaw. >> reporter: and so are they. the tapville aces or as they are now known, california district 57, a name not as catchy but much more significant and designated them as little league participants and will compete against the best 13-year-old players in the world. >> it's exciting, and nervous to know that you are 1 of 100 to 200 players every year to play in the tournament. it's cool. >> reporter: and cooler to experience both on the field -- >> the level of baseball is unbelievable. the kids raised their level to compete very well. >> reporter: and off of it. >> we haven't even gotten there yet and already received shirts and hats and all that. >> we get to stay in the hotel. >> and there are dinners that were given to our team, the fourth of july parade.
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so there is a lot of community things that the kids are involved with. >> reporter: the aces get to see major league heroes up close, not a bad vantage point for batting practice, and they are becoming mini celebrities. are they soaking up the status? >> they really are. and we have to be careful keeping this fun and possibly being the best team in the world. >> in the hotel, we can hang out but nothing too crazy. like i said, when we step on the field, it's all about the game. >> reporter: because the game is, all of, why they're here and the competition will be stiff. sure. the aces are hometown favorites but the reality is the host team has never made it past the u.s. semifinals. >> most of it was just a chance
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to get deep in the series. >> reporter: a deep run in the series would be super cool as kids like to say but the aces have already won. >> it's a once in a lifetime opportunity and something to remember for the rest of our lives. >> you know what is super cool? the championship game on espn. >> that's fantastic. >> can you imagine the kids? >> i love the kid saying it's all business. we're having fun but when we get on the field, it's all business. good stuff. and how about weather? it's sunday and we have clouds out there and good stuff, and we'll check in with rosemary. sounds good. we do have mostly sunny skies away from the coast, and where we will remain cloudy, right along that coast. here's a live look over the oakland estuary looking towards the east and you can see the beautiful glow from the sun beginning to pour into the bay
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area. temperatures will be mild to warm at least around the bay and inland. not as warm as yesterday. we'll continue to cool down. we're talking about a small quake that hit napa earlier. we have a location on it for you. we mentioned it at the top of the hour or actually, 9:30 or so. 2.7 magnitude, 4 miles or so just south of atlas and on the east side of yountville and napa. so that happened at 4:17 this morning. if you felt a shake, you weren't imagining it. something going on there. clouds at the coast. and to the north bay, peeling away here as well and more widespread about half an hour, an hour ago and the inner east bay, mostly clear and the south bay, plenty of sunshine at san jose, sunnyvale. the on shore breed in
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fairfield, 16 miles per hour and gusting stronger earlier. 67 in fairfield and 69 in brentwood. 50sand 60s around the bay. 67 in palo alto. 56 in san francisco and in santa rosa and the south bay, 63 and mostly sunny skies. mountain view for today, beautiful, and noon time, 74 and upper 70s in the forecast for the afternoon, and they are holding on to the low 70s as we get into 6:00, 7:00. petaluma, 77. 78 expected for novato, and 75 for san rafael. sonoma, 78 and going to the raceway, mild to warm. bring the sunblock and the water. 73 for oakland and 69 in alameda with the art and winefest and 90 for livermore and 92 in brentwood. shifting into the south bay, we'll probably have the smoke and haze once again.
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81 in san jose and 81 for cupertino. mild in santa cruz, and 85 in san mateo. going to see the giants? a nice day at the ballpark. the temperatures will warm monday, tuesday, wednesday and notice it's not a significant change. low 90s in the forecast inland and upper 70s to near 80 around the bay and 60s around the coast and temperatures will cool off thursday and this past week, the inland communities were baking. still warm are and definitely nicer weather for the week ahead. back to you guys. >> thank you, rosemary. it's 9:50 and work on a new aquatic park in dublin will be done by february. the complex will have six water slides, 3 pools, and a big water playground with 480,000
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gallons to fill the attractions. they had asked the city to cut back on the size because of mandatory water conservation measures, but they will be saving more than twice as much water as required, they say. and it will be completed by february. there will be a pokemon- themed toy drive and runed -- run in oakland. there will be poke stops near the store and raffles and prizes for those who donate. and you can grab your kite and head out to berkeley for the last day of the kite festival. thousands have been flying the beautiful flights. we have beautiful video posted on youtube. parking costs $15,000 and parking at several spots including golden gate field.
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it will take place at cesar chavez park today. and up next, we'll tell you about the streaming service that crashed last night and more. stay right there.
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teen choice awards tonight on fox. john cena and victoria justice
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hosting the show honoring the biggest achievements in music, sports, television, fashion, and arts. the teen choice awards kickoff at 8:00 eastern. binge watchers can start watching again now that netflix streaming service is back online. it crashed saturday night during prime binge watching hours. would-be watchers here in the u.s. and overseas reported that there was technical difficulties or unable to process viewers' requests. netflix tweeted out a message last night that they were aware of the problems and were working hard to fix them. it seemed to be limited to those using the web player. are you ready for football? hope so. the 9ers and raiders are back to business with both camps opened this week, and one of the big stories for the niners involves that guy, pro tackle anthony davis who abruptly
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retired from the 9ers last june at 25. and since then he has had time to heal up and yesterday, reinstated by the mfl. the niners are happy to have him back, a pro bowler. meanwhile, the 49ers began trickling into the santa clara headquarters yesterday, and they will have their third head coach in as many years, chip kelly, a former eagle guy. he has a reputation for unconventional training methods and a high-powered offense. but players are trying not to have any preconceptions. >> i want to see for myself. i heard a lot of stories but like i said in the spring, he got here and gave me a call and i am pretty sure i can speak for the other guys who feel the same way. >> the biggest thing for us is to respect the process. there is no need in us complaining on what we heard.
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all we have to deal with is what is now. >> niners will kickoff the pre- season in a couple of weeks on a monday night against the new look former st. louis rams now in l.a. >> 5 weeks away. >> i can't believe it. it's almost here. >> i don't believe it, either. >> love it. time for a quick peek at their? yes. good weather, cool at the coast and warm inland and mount diablo, the haze there in that view and mostly sunny away from the coastline for today and the numbers, temperatures are continuing to fall off just some and still going to be very warm but not as hot and we will get back to warmer weather, a subtle jump monday, tuesday, wednesday, low 90s for inland and cooling back a bit as we get into thursday. >> the haze that we're seeing, some of the remnants from the
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fires burning, making their way into the bay area? >> a southerly flow. >> and the sore feet in san francisco are people that ran the marathon. and they started at 5:30 and are working to the finish line. >> and if they have continue -- tennis shoes on that are wet, they came from here. be sure to join us tonight. have a good week. >> see you later. ♪
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