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president in israel, and we will bring you the latest on the president's trip. mornings on 2 starts now. this is ktvu mornings on 2 . good morning, thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2 on this monday morning, may 22, i am pam clark -- pam cook.>> good morning, i am dave clark. i think we are going to see your break in the weather. sometimes the inland areas take another day or so which is the case again. the fog is moving over the bay, and the water temperatures are still very cold. when the ridge is this strong it takes another day or so before it cools down inland, 60s for some and 50s for others, a good 30 degrees
spread on some of these temperatures but a lot of low clouds. these temperatures will drop when this ridge begins to move tomorrow, one more day with close to 90s inland, 60s and 70s. good morning. >> hello, steve. it is 4:01 am, traffic is off to a nice start. not bad out through altamont pass, the traffic is light. this is your chance to beat the traffic through livermore and castro valley. traffic in both directions off to a nice start. at the bay bridge it looks light. news this morning, and an officer involved shooting in the san francisco bayview district late last night is under investigation and so far we have very few details.
the police were called to the area at selby street and casada just after 11:00 for a home invasion laundry and at least one shot was fired and no injuries were reported but one suspect is in custody. the canine unit has been searching the neighborhood for another possible suspect and people in the area were ordered to stay inside with the doors and windows locked. we have a reporter on the way and he will bring us more information later in this newscast. the bombing at the hospital in thailand happened at a military owned the hospital in bangkok that is also open to civilians. this is the third anniversary of the military coup in thailand but authorities say it is too early to know whether that has a connection to the blast. they do not know who is behind
the attack. it is 4:02 am. no success near pittsburg in the water rescue search for a man that disappeared at the delta saturday while boating near the bear island. his son fell overboard and he jumped into rescue his son, and the boy was pulled out but his father has not been found to. there are other agencies the joined the search, and one lady said the currents in the delta can be strong where the rivers merge.>> i watch for the seek help, vegetation and water, and the sea lions and otters coming this way out toward the ocean. if you see the kelp on the water that means the current is there. >> the search was called off last night because it was too dark and the search teams have
not said whether they will be searching again today. investigating the stabbing of the university football player, the stabbing happened late saturday night or early sunday morning in downtown san jose after night out with friends. chad miller was reportedly stabbed more than once in the stomach and is that the santa clara valley medical center in intensive care. the school has released a statement, "we are aware of the incident in which the san jose state student and football player chad miller was a stabbing victim. he is hospitalized and expected to recover. our thoughts and prayers are with chad and his family for their prompt recovery. " the defense is expected to call the first witness of the penalty phase of the sierra lamar murder trial and prosecutors rocked up their case against antolin garcia- torres on thursday with very emotional testimony by the
parents of sierra lamar. the jury found garcia's torres guilty and attempted kidnapping of three other women. the jury will now have to decide whether to recommend a death penalty or life in prison. a man to back in court today for dismembering a body, and david stubblefield shot his neighbor back in march and prosecutors say he did cut up the body and tried to get rid of it with chemicals. he may have been angry about a dispute involving a space heater. during his last court hearing he pled not guilty to several charges including homicide, robbery and burglary, and he is being held on a $10 million bail. president trump is in israel on the second leg of his overseas trip as president, and president trump has said that
he believes he can help the israelis and palestinians come to an agreement on a peace plan, and tomorrow he is scheduled to meet with the palestinian president, and the israeli president gave him a warm welcome at the airport. >> your visit here, mr. president, is truly historic. never before has the first foreign trip of the president of the united states included a visit to israel. thank you, mr. president. >> on my first trip overseas as president i have come to the sacred and ancient land to reaffirm the unbreakable bond between the u.s. and the state of israel. >> president trump first stop was in saudi arabia where he
spoke with the gathering of arab leaders and urging muslim countries to take the lead in the fight against extremism. it is 4:06 am. the warriors will's -- will try to secure a place against the spurs tonight, and leonard set out game three on saturday for the spurs and is listed as doubtful after's rain -- after he sprained his ankle. the game starts at 6 pm tonight in san antonio and we will bring you complete coverage leading up to the game followed by the postgame reaction during the 10:00 and 11:00 newscast tonight. >> it works well for our scheduled to be on a little bit earlier, i appreciate that. the unexpected find in the east bay home, and the criminal investigation underway after the marijuana grow house was discovered.
am. the missile landed in the sea of japan, and the leader of north korea kim jong-un says they are ready to deploy more of the same missiles. this comes one week after a longer-range missile was successfully tested. the president trump budget proposal is set to be delivered for lawmakers tomorrow. as a new wave of spending proposals, cuts are in store for several benefit programs including medicaid, federal employee pensions, welfare benefits and farm subsidies. $103 billion is expected to be slashed on food stamps over the next in years, a cut of 25% and the budget contains $1.6 billion for border wall construction, $300 million for
border patrol and immigration agents. there was a cold reception for vice president mike pence at the university of notre dame in indiana with some graduate student protesting. the vice president set to deliver the commencement address yesterday but as soon as he was introduced dozens of students and parents were silently standing up and walked out. the students say the protest was meant as a show of solidarity against the policies against the trump administration. the vice president did not acknowledge the walkout and continued with his speech. >> that is a pretty big deal to walk out of your graduation ceremony. it is 4:12 am. good morning. we are off to a decent start on northbound 101 on gilroy. northbound 101 driving from gilroy to morgan hill, let's say, and through the area is not a bad commute at all.
driving to san jose traffic is moving pretty well with no major problems on 17 or 85, or any of the freeways. now is your opportunity to get something done. 280 northbound looks okay. we are having some trouble with our camera. westbound bay bridge traffic is not bad up through to hwy 17, traffic moving pretty well. for the most part it is a nice early commute on this monday. let's bring stevie and. -- bring steve in. low clouds making a push over the bay, inland not going to matter much although we are picking up a slightly stronger breeze out to the delta. we will see if this holds, and if it does we could have cooler weather for some. san francisco buoy came way up
from 50 and now 55, bodega bay still cold. out it travis looking at cooler temperatures, and this is giving an effort to try to kick in the delta braze. 50s and 60s on the temperatures, inland well into the 60s but if not dealing with 50s in a few 40s. novato 50, napa 56, 36 in truckee, 51 in monterey, 63 in sacramento. the fog up and down most of the coast, this bridge will hold one more day and that system will work its way in from the south which will cool things down a little bit. today we are 60s to 90s, inland mid 90s for some, on the coast and bay 50s to 70s. that is the way it works out
here. cooler wednesday and thursday, nice weekend and not as hot as the last weekend.>> it was pretty warm over the weekend. it is 4:15 am. it is been three months since flooding forced thousands to evacuate their homes in san jose. >> the anderson dam overflowed in the coyote creek flooding the neighborhoods and 14,000 evacuated. there are still 200 families living in temporary housing, and they are getting housing doctors and money for transportation, but they are still not home. >> we had affordable housing prices before the flood hit so this makes it more acute. we recognize we have bigger challenges to tackle to address the affordable housing problem. in the meantime we can certainly continue to push hard, and we are soliciting folks that want to donate, for
example used cars, and the goodwill is helping to repair the vehicles and get them in the hands of the families and those are the things we are pushing on.>> the mayor is saying they are looking at a more hands-on approach with another aspect of flood prevention, and gasia mikaelian will have that in a special report coming up at 7:00 this morning on mornings on 2. it is 4:16 am. the recall that could ruin the beginning of the grilling season what was recalled in these hot dogs that can make you sick. we have an exclusive interview with 49ers general manager john lynch and hear about his first few months ahead of the niners.
welcome back to mornings on 2, it is 4:19 am. the oakland a's could not sweep the boston red sox, erupting for 15 hits and 12 runs and many coming off of the a's relievers. oakland has three runs and only six hits. the a's committed three errors having them a major league of 42 errors. the miami marlins are coming to town for a two game series tomorrow. not much better for the giants, losing 8-3 against the cardinals, and adam wainwright
was pitching strong the entire game for the cardinals, and the giants pitcher kane continued to struggles on the road, and the giants are in chicago this morning to take on the defending world champions, the chicago cubs or a four game set. a new world for the 49ers, creating goodwill this off- season with the hiring of general manager john lynch and coach shanahan. >> they both received high marks on draft day, and we set down for an exclusive interview with the new general manager. >> today's about the future of the team and the people that know me well know i'm not in for a lot of promises but i will make a few, we will assemble a team to make you proud.>> reporter: is there something that stands out to you that surprises you? >> the totality of the job, it
is called "general manager" for reason, and it is a lot more than picking players. i do that, but i think the totality of it, and there's a lot of big decisions. in my former life i made about three decisions a day, which card do i want to drive, where will i go for dinner. the hardest part about this when you have to tell good people and good players that they do not fit in the plans. i try to look them in the i myself, and kyle does the same thing, and i tell them why. i think so long as you are honest with honest with people, and that is what i felt when i was a player. i did not always agree with their assessment as a player, but i could live with it. that is what we will do and the job has been fun.>> you have a tough decision to make with an individual that ran into a problem and that sends out a signal, again, having been at
the draft day party, a lot of the fans were very positive about that because they felt it showed signs of a new direction. >> that situation was gutwrenching, and that was a starting player force but unfortunately some things happened and we made a decision, and it was not sent as a message but if he did, that's okay. back transitioning into some of those decisions more toward the playing field, and you have had 25 or 30 transactions, minimal, and how difficult has that been for you and are you liking the way the communication has gone with the coaches, the talent evaluators and kyle. >> the working relationship, and the coaching staff, there
has been tremendous interaction, and i was hopeful that would be the case. i knew that kyle and i had that because we see football in a similar light, but we are challenging each other. we don't agree on everything, but it is easy to say we will agree to disagree and just move on but we don't want to do that. what we do is sell each other on why we believe passionately about this. >> reporter: what will it take in your minds eye to be a 49er as you envision the team going forward, and what are you looking for?>> it's interesting you asked that question because kyle talks about that, he calls it the "wit" what it takes. these are the specific traits we look for and it may not be with the rest of the league views as the ideal trait but
this is what we are looking for, we want the guys that absolutely love to compete and that love the game of football. we want the guys that have contagious competitiveness, the guys that are leaders that can make the people around you better. everyone does not check every box, but now that we have them we want to develop them, and we like what we have. >> it is great to get to know him like that and do your that. part two of the exclusive interview will air tonight and we will take a closer look at the first few months for john lynch as managers of the san francisco 49ers.>> he is a very nice guy, i like that interview. around for over 100 years, we will show you the crazy costumes from bay to breakers and how is as it evolves to a more family-friendly event. we check in on the man that
plowed into the people in the new york times square, the mental issues that could have contributed to his breakdown. off to a nice start on this monday commute wise, not a lot going on coming up to the bay bridge toll plaza. if you or by the coast 50s and 60s, inland in the 90s. as the host of access health, i've discovered move free ultra's clinically-proven ingredient gives you better mobility, flexibility and comfort than glucosamine chondroitin, in one tiny pill. also in new gummies.
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to fix it. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2 on this monday, may 22, i am dave clark. >> good morning, i am pam cook. it will still be warm today inland, but not as hot as yesterday?>> some areas will be. there is a delta breeze for some and we will see if that holds. again, 50s and 60s by the coast, and we see this making a move over oakland, but again, it will take another day for this ridge to break down. cool on the coast and hot inland. a pretty good plunge wednesday and thursday with temperatures dropping 25 degrees for some. it already started on the coast,
westwind and northwest which is a little bit different the last week. 50s and 60s on the temperatures, a few 40s with santa rosa at 49, 57 by the concord pavilion. low clouds and fog on most of the coast with that ridge giving us one more nice day, warm day or hot day depending on how you look at it. cool on the coast in the 50s, 60s and 70s. right now we have a look at some of these commutes that are not that bad. the traffic is doing okay if you are driving on i-80 westbound through solano county from vacaville, fairfield or vallejo driving into the area to the carquinez bridge. there is construction slowdown eastbound i-80 approaching highway 30 seven but for the most part doing very well.
on 80 westbound, not a bad commute heading to the maccarthur maze. the bay bridge still is light. this is the time things change a little bit and we will keep you posted. it is 4:30 am. the house fire in antioch led to the discovery of a large marijuana grow operation. the fire began at 2 pm yesterday afternoon and cell phone video from the neighbor shows heavy smoke coming from the home, and take a look at that. firefighters say they knew it was a marijuana grow house right away with bars on the windows, doors barricaded, and the electrical meters were tampered with. after forcing their way into the home they found the marijuana plants in almost every room of the house. >> it is quite a bit, several rooms full. they essentially took a single family dwelling and turned it into a complete grow house. five or six