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. this is ktvu fox news mornings on 2 weekend. >> thank you for waking up with us, it's saturday, june 3. >> i think you are going to like the forecast sphsm we have that in a moment but first the headline. in south san francisco, a bottled weert give away starts in an hour, residents are being told to not drink their tap water. vandals targeted a water storage facility. it's being tested to make make sure it's safe. we have reaction to president donald trump's
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decision to leave the paris climate accord. do we really have to wait for game two? i am afraid so. but that gives us time to relish the monster win for game number one, the warriors are not just practicing, they are also spending time giving back, we are going to talk more about that coming up. >> first, mark is in with the weather this morning, are things looking good? >> yes, happy to be here. we have some cloud cover this morning. fog, it's overcast out there. we are looking up above the fog bank, it could be muggy out there as clouds are moving in from the south.
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this is the satellite perspective. the high clouds are streaming each and every a good portion of the bay area, it's overcast with a bit of green showing up here. that's moisture falling in the upper levels, we are not talking about clear skies just yet. lots of 50s, san francisco and walnut creek, 50, san jose, 52, today, partly cloudy after the lower clouds and fog. it was warm yesterday. we are going to cool things oof abit, coast line, lower 60s around the bay, we getting to the lower 80s today. that's reflected in the forecast. beginning this morning. 53 to 58. by 4:00, 60s to 80s. san francisco, 67, 80s in santa
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rosa and concord and livermore. we have big temperature swings over the next few days, we will talk about that in a few minutes. happening now, residents this a south san francisco neighborhood are being oorded to not drink the tap water. a health warning was issued after someone vandalized the city's water storage facility. the bottled water give away starts in the next hour. >> reporter: we are at 92 chest chestnut in south san francisco. this is where people can come to collect bottled water. they are going to hand out the water starting at 8:00 this morning after concerns that someone breached the city's water facility on hillside
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boulevard. they cut several lox and climbed a 25-foot water tank and spray painted it. there is no signs damage but residents are being advised to use bottled water until they test the water. >> i think that there should have been more security at the tanks after 9/11. the tanks are vulnerable. there should have been cameras or lighting up there. >> reporter: initial testing did not reveal signs of contamination. a more comprehensive set of results are expected. police believe that the graffiti is gang related.
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so again, they are distributing bottled water to residents of south san francisco, starting at 8:00 this morning. >> thank you christian. it's 7:05. a lake county man has been charged in suspicion of murder killing his daughter, steven miller is alleged to have shot and killed his daughter, miller's mother found her grabbed daughter and called the police, miller had left the scene but he was found quickly, there is no word on the motive for the killing. a woman published a statement about her attack rat stanford.
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she's only known as emily doe. she read a victim impact statement last year and that statement was published and viewed 11 million times, other victims said they were motivated to tell their store iies. the wave water park in dublin is set to reopen today. it's a week after a boy flew off a slide and landed on the concrete. he walked away with only a few scratches. the city said the investigation is ongoing and the slide itself will remain closed. starting today, the park though is open daily. the fre month police -- fr,
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emom -- fremont police officer who shot a man is back on indict, the man he shot faces charges of obstruction and resisting arrest. police officers were called to 85th avenue around 1:30, when they arrived, they found a man and woman who were shot. both victims are from oakland, if you have information on the case, you are asked to call the police. we have an update on a cyber bullying case at san
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ramon high school. parents said their teen aged daughter was secretly recorded using the bathroom. a student athlete is accused of recording the footage. the family criticized district officials of being too lenient on the athlete. they arrested her but they then let her go back to school. now it's been decided that the suspect will be transferred to another school. >> we are pleased with the outcome, we felt like we were sitting in the dark for a long time until we were heard, our voices were not enough, i cannot convey enough our gratitude andure preeks. >> it's not clear if the alleged bully was asked to
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leave or voluntarily chose to transfer schools, under federal law, details of the transfer are kept confidential. the new bart station in fremont will be closed because they are doing critical work testing the software on the trains, there are going to be buses between warm springs and the fremont station, there is another closure later this summer but the date has not been set. when we come back, we let you know which bay area restaurants were serving tuna that has been recalled. reflection and remembrance, we talk about the effect the deadly oakland warehouse fire is having on people and businesses around that area >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
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. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. we are look outside, this is towards sfo. we have high and low clouds out there. we have a cooling trend for the weekend. i will talk about that in a few minutes. it's now been six months since the deadly oakland warehouse fire. 30 sibs people were killed in one of the deadliest fires in california history. the tragedy exposed deep flaws in oakland's building inspection systems, we spoke to people who live near the scene of that tragedy. >> reporter: a memorial and messages still sit outside of what was the ghost ship warehouse, a fire probing out during an unpermitted party.
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questions were raised by fire safety in the building. down the street is the acme fire extinguisher company. after the fire, sales jumped 15% after concerns about fire safety. >> people saw the news coverage and started to think about their own situations, there are property owners that are now more worried about taking care the extinguishers. >> reporter: while some stores have reopened others are displaced. many who lost their lives were artists. >> it was a platform for a lot of artists. i feel like it leaves nostalgia, their lives will always be remembered for the art and how a lot of people did not know about what was going
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on. it's so sad but it gives us a beacon of hope. >> i hope that the safety rules have gotten better so people, you know, next time, it will not happen, we want to prevent people from losing their lives. >> reporter: many people want to honor the memory of the victims and they hope with safety improvements, a tragedy like this will never be repeated. mayor libby schaaf joined us yesterday on mornings on 2 to talk about the steps that the city has been taking to try to prevent another tragedy like the deadly oakland warehouse fire. >> we have a huge teamworking on it and several working groups that have spun off that. everyone comes into my office every two weeks to give me progress rorps and we have gotten a lot done in these six months.
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>> the mayor said the city is trying to triple the number of fire inspectors in the city. we have mark in doing the weather today. the forecast is not too bad, someone said yesterday, it's room temperature. >> i think people put out twitter polls, they said what is your ideal temperature. >> i am 78. >> i like 70. >> okay. here you can have everything today. we have 60s, 70s and a few 80s across portions of the bay area, we have lower clouds and fog plus high clouds, sir us clouds -- cirrus clouds moving out from the south. we have some higher clouds
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streaming into the bay area. we have expected partly sunny skies later today. we are overcast right now towards san francisco and monterey bay, right now lots of 50s. santa rosa, 52, oakland, 57, santa rosa, 58. livermore, on track to reach the 80s later today. it's beautiful, just above the fog bank, you can see the clear skies. beaches in the lower 60s. inland lower to mid 80s. we are tracking this cool weather system to the north. as the high clouds stream into the area, we call it partly sunny and it's cooler sunday as this system moves in from the north. the temperatures bounce up by monday and into tuesday, next week, by thursday, some of the
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forecast models are a ways out but we have showers in portions of the north bay on thursday. so showers chances in the forecast for later in the week, that's interesting. san francisco, mostly cloudy skies, 56, partly sunny into the afternoon hours, 60s, by 4:00, upper 60s in san francisco. we had the clouds this morning, then partly sunny skies later for saturday afternoon, maybe mostly sunny skies by really late in the day. 60s at the beaches, the warmest locations, lower to mid 80s. temperatures this afternoon, santa rosa, 82, san francisco, 67, concord, 84, san jose, 78. sansan -- santa rosa, 70.
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next week, we have some showers chances later in the week, that could be added to the thursday forecast, especially for places like santa rosa. >> after the 90s, we could use the rain. >> i just put out all of the patio furniture. >> i will work overtime to help you out. >> okay. put the covers on. >> he is a full service weather man. >> thank you, mark. happening today, space x is hoping the weather cooperates for its big launch at cape canaveral. the first attempt was scrapped by weather. it's going to bring supplies to the international space station. >> it will be the first
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recycled cargo ship to the international space station, the count down starts at 2:00 this afternoon. a day after beating the cavilers, it feels like a few days, they should be practicing but they are not, they are out in the community giving a big boost to the east bay middle school. >> coming up, a cause that has eight other states following suit for climate change >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break have assembled.
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. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. this morning, many are outspoken about president donald trump's intent to pull america out of the paris climate agreement. almost every major city in the past 24 hours has decided, if washington is not going to do it, we will. >> leaders from france and germany said they are not going to renegotiate the pact. >> scott pruitt defended the move. >> it was a failed deal to start with. >> environmentalists held a rally outside of the federal
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building in san francisco. they said they reject his argument that the teal will cost the united states jobs, they said that clean energy creates jobs and protects future generations. >> we are isolated from the rest of the world. trump does not care about our droughts, our wild fires, our air and our water but we do and we have to take action. >> governors from six states announced that they are joining the new climate aligns launched by the governors of california, new york and washington. meanwhile, president donald trump has refused to declare june pride month. ivanka trump said i am proud to
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support pride. the advocacy group glaad said this administration is no friend to the community. president obama declared june pride month each year. a new television ad poses sanctuary cities for undocumented workers, the face of the ad is a man who lost his son after he was killed by an ung documented immigrant. he is asking california politicians -- undocumented immigrant. he is asking politicians to not be behind the bill. >> he wants to speak to the 40% of californians that do not support measures like this. >> supporters of the measure said it protects the cultural
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and economic contributions made by immigrants. the man said he does not think he will be able to stop the legislation but he hopes to get the governor to veto it. president donald trump signed laws related to law enforcement. >> i am proud to sign two laws to fulfill the sacred commitment. >> the first law gives priority to law enforcement agencies that hire veterans, the other is about getting benefits after a loved one is in -- killed in the line of duty. next up. a tourist in san francisco is killed in a deadly brawl. >> we tell you why residence on
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>> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break ght after the break . welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. we have a bit of fog and clouds on this early saturday morning. but do not worry, it's going to clear up, for the most part,
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and it's going to be a great weekend. good morning, lets take a quick look at the weather. >> it's nice to see you guys. >> normally we pass each other, now we are here together. talking about the clouds and the fog. we have fog and also higher clouds. it's a multi layered cloud deck to start the day, the temperatures are mild, we are looking out twowdz the golden gate bridge, we have some fog to talk about and then some higher clouds showing up on the satellite. there is a chance that there could be a sprinkle or two offshore but most of the moisture is falling way up into the upper levels only. we have mostly cloudy skies to start out your saturday morning. we have 50s across the board.
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san jose, 58. san francisco, 53, half moon bay, 54, here's the forecast, we have the cloud cover out there and the skies becoming partly sunny and muggy throughout the afternoon. temperatures on track to warm up. 60s and 70s by lunch time. we have a big range for later in the afternoon. most areas are cooling off a bit from yesterday but we still have 80s in concord and livermore. san francisco in the upper 60s. we have a temperature rollercoaster to talk about and eventually shower chances, i will update the forecast in a few minutes. right now a health watch, a giant water storage tank was vandalized and residents in south san francisco are being told to not use the tap water.
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we are live are how water officials are trying to make sure that the tap water is safe. >> reporter: good morning, first off we have a call out to the police to find out what the latest is in terms of finding out who is behind the case of vandalism. we are here at 92 chestnut in south san francisco. this is where people can come to collect water if they need it. we have cases of water coming in. this is happening after concerns that someone breached the city's water facility. yesterday morning, police were summoned to cal water. vandals had cut several locks and climbed a 20-foot water tank. there were no signs of contamination but water
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officials are advising residents to avoid using the tap water. initial tests did not reveal signs of contamination but they are telling people to be careful until they do more tests. dan, you are here for your dad. >> i am getting water for my father. >> reporter: what do you make of this, does it make you feel vulnerable. >> sure it does, i feel that they should have had better protection up there, maybe cameras to see if anyone comes in during the night. they should protect the water. >> reporter: you can see cal water service coming in. the water is going to be distributed at 8:00 this morning.
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residents are being advised to use bottled water, do not use the water from the tank. the water in the tank has been flushed out of an abundance of caution but right now cal is advising everyone to use bottled water. >> is there a limit on how much water they can have? >> reporter: i do not know yet. that's a good question. right now they are bringing in a lot of weart. i do not know the limitationses. that's what we are hoping to ask water officials. >> when do they hope to have the tank refilled with clean water and back to normal. >> reporter: that's another good quell. they are hoping to get it running as soon as possible. >> thank you christian, he is live for us in south san francisco. new this morning, a recall
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for ahi tuna shipped to bay area restaurants. it has tested positive for hepatitis a. look at the map, it shows the bay areas restaurants that were shipped the possibly effected cases of ahi tuna. they have been asked to stop serving the recalled fish. signs of hepatitis a include abdominal pain and fatigue. san francisco police have arrested two people in connection to a fight outside of a hotel that killed a tourist from australia. it happened outside of the da vinci hotel. we have more on what we learned about the victim and now the investigation. >> reporter: apair of sunglasses and clothes were on
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the cement, remnants of the brawl that took place at a hotel. >> the victim got into a verbal altercation that became physical. >> reporter: matthew bate suffered injuries and was transported to the hospital where he later died. officers looked for suspects at the hotel. he was in town for the basketball games. >> the police came to our door and looked at us and moved along. >> reporter: investigators are looking into what led up to matthew bate's death. >> it happens, violence is endemic to america. that's the problem that we are having these days. >> reporter: matthew bate was a
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chemist from australia. the medical examiner will determine how he died. >> thank you, tara. santa rosa holding a special election tuesday, there are two measures on the ballot. one is rent control. rent increases would be capped at 3% a year, landlords also must have just cause to evict tenants. the next is a tax on marijuana businesses. the city expects to receive a million dollars which would be used for code enforcement and educating the public about drugs. wisconsin wonts to be the first state in the nation to
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require welfare beneficiaries to take drug tests. >> public assistance should be more like a trampoline than a hammock. >> it's a big step backwards, it approaches drug addiction as a moral failing rather than as a disease. >> under the proposal, if someone tests positive, they get treatment for drug addiction at the state's expense. a new report from the cdc raises the numbers of people piesonned from eating death cap mushrooms in the bay area to
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18. back in december, we told you how the wet winter made for an abundant crop the death cap mushrooms, they resemble a number of safe mushrooms. there are a number of candidates to sit on the cal board of regents, including the governor's senior adviser for policy. if approved, the person will serve 12 year terms. the man who invented the modern day wet suit has died at his san jose home. he was famous for wearing a black eye patch after a surf board hit him in the eye. he first opened a surf shop in his garage and then he opened a
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second store. he will forever be known for creating the wet suit which he turned into a world wide famous company, oneil. >> we grew up watching jack putting on the old suit. >> a lot of us would not be out here without the wet suits. it's changed the whole access to water sports. >> he was an environmentalist that launched an education program for children. a special moment for a bay area boy from oakland who loves everything about bart. yesterday he got a treat he is not going to forget. he got a chance to go behind the scenes and he even announced the stations over the intercom. the 11 year old has been blind since he was two years old and
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that caught the attention of a generous stranger. >> dianne linares and her son gio love bart trains. >> there is a bart train that goes by children's hospital. when he woke up, he asked everyone to be quiet and he listened to the sounds from bart. >> when he was two years old, he was diagnosed with williams syndrome. >> he had has two surgeries. he has calcium issues, his bones absorbed tooches calcium which -- too much calcium which stopped them from growing. >> then a stranger he met on bart gave him an act the
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kindness. >> he gave us a gift. $100 for him to ride the rails but the family did not get to say thank you, so she reached out look looking for the man, that's where we came in. bart is helping out and looking for the strange and also giving him the time of his life. he went around bart. he met the new police chief who gave him a badge. then he met one of bart's dogs and then got to drive the train. >> then it was time for the ride. >> we are in the front. >> we rode through his favorite stop, which he got to announce. >> we are approaching fruitvale. >> although it was a day he
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will never forget, his mom still hopes to meet the man that started this all with a small act of kindness. >> i love that story, it's great. a great act of kindness and this little boy is having the time of his life. >> now we want to talk about the water park in dublin, it's going to reopen this weekend after slides were shut down for safety. we are going to look at the ongoing investigation that will still keep win slide closed today. >> a monster benefit concert featuring the biggest names in entertainment after a bomber killed people outside of an arianna grande concert >> we have more coming up on ktvu news right after the break
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. welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. good saturday morning, nice way to start off the weekend. we are starting off with low clouds and high clouds. we have the full forecast coming up. thank you mark. happening today, a funeral will be held for greg allman. former president carter plans to be ee tent. he won multiple grammys and -- to be in attendance.
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he won multiple grammy awards. new information about the death of chris cornell. he had a few prescriptions drugs in his system when he died. singer ariana grande will be hosting a benefit for the victims of the bombing attack at her concert. a number of big stars will be joining her including katy perry, justin bieber. tickets for the concert went on sale thursday and sold out in six minutes. happening today, thousands of people will be in san francisco for day two of a
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comedy center in civic center plaza. it's the colossal clusterfest. medians will be performing on five stages, more than 20,000 people are expected to attend the three day event. as you might imagine, security is expected to be tight. there are some street closures in the area, grove street is closed between larkin and post. bart may be a good idea to get around. >> lets go over to mark. we have a big weekend ahead. it looks like. >> it will be a nice weekend for you, especially saturday. we are starting out with gray, low clouds and fog. typical june fog, then a batch of higher clouds. filtered sunshine into the afternoon. this is a nice shot of the
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landscape of san jose, you probably noticed the hills drying out rapidly. they are turning brown, that's a reflection of the increase in fire danger, shears a satellite perspective. we have fog and higher clouds streaming in from the west. you can see the green showing up on the radar. most of it is around the pacific. we have clouds to talk about in the bay area, santa rosa, 52, livermore, 54, san francisco, 53 degrees. on the satellite we have colder air up to the north. today still mild further south. this system moves in sunday, we have cooler temperatures for the second half of the weekend. today, partly sunny skies for your saturday. maybe a bit cooler than
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yesterday but still some 80s inland. this afternoon, partly sunny skies, the orange is working its way back to the area, the warmest locations in the lower to mid 80s, cooler than yesterday. santa rosa in the lower 80s. 70s towards vallejo and napa. towards oakland, 70. antioch, 85, down in the south bay, 78, gilroy, 85 degrees, as we head to san mateo, 70, pacifica, 61 degrees. it's going to cool off into sunday then we warm things ip monday and tuesday, partly cloudy skies on wednesday, we have a developing situation, maybe some showers chances especially in the north bay on
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thursday. >> so what is the deal with 61. >> it was a good year for wine. >> i remember something from school, 61 is the only temperature where you can flip the numbers and get a change from celsius to fahrenheit. a group of golden state players spent some time giving back to the community. >> i did not think i would be general manager of the warriors, no way, so you can do that too. >> this event was held at west lake middle school. oakland mayor libby schaaf and
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five warriors players attended the event. they are in the middle of the finals but they took time to help introduce a new learn and play zone which will help kids learn and have a place to play. >> the finals are fleeting but this is here forever. here's a place where you can be committed and play with other kids and learn and play hoops, all of these great things come together. >> these are things that you watch on tv, as a kid, it's just a dream come true to just be in the nba. i did not meet that many nba players going up. just to be part of it and experience it with the kids is exciting. >> so this shows kids how much they matter. kids had a chance to play with the players. they played some basketball and
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ping pong. something that they mid remember. they also got snacks personally made by kevin durant's mother. >> by the way, she's like 6- foot 3 inches. how about some baseball, there is only one team with a worse record than the jientsz. they -- giants. they happened to be in philadelphia and it's the phillies. luckily, the giants won. a single to the left side. block scores. he fans and hit the first shut out of the year, then austin, welcome to the big leagues,
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there is mom and dad. the giants beat them 10 - nothing. >> no such luck for the a's. the nationals scored a ton. the nationals go up one - nothing. but then looking for some love, not getting it. the catcher goes hor sont eal. dan yell goes long and then the final, 10 - three. >> still ahead, a -- hor -- hor hir --orizontal, -- horizontal.
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daniel goes long and then the final 10 - three. >> still ahead, more sports
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welcome back to ktvu news, all of the news, weather and information you need to know throughout your day. scientists continue to keep a close eye at a giant ice shelf in antarctica that could break off in a couple of days, it's grown by 11 miles in the past weeks, when it breaks off, it could raise the sea level by several inches around the globe. >> a sixth grader claimed the
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top spot in the national spelling bee. >> that's correct. you have won. >> ananya vinay won it. she's from fresno. if you are at home asking what the word means, it's a type of dress fabric r. the 12 year old took home $40,000 in cash. >> she's a big golden state warriors fan, she said, i would like tickets to one of the games. >> someone should let her see one of the games. >> time is 7:57, a new report find 20% of shopping malls in the united states will go out of business in the next five years, a record number of stores set to close this year
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alone, it's a trend that continues as amazon guess people to continue to shop online. as malls close, online sales are expected to double this the next 15 years. one air force cadet is using a new material to stop a bullet. the invention is unbreakable and lighter and more flexible than built proof vests now. >> our officer said, this will fail, then we loaded it in and it stopped it, then it stopped it a second time and a third time. >> if it works as planned, it would weigh way less than the current vests. the new material is being
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tested against a variety of bullets. >> wow. that's great. >> coming up in our next hour, residents this one south san francisco neighborhood are being warned to not drink the tap water after vandals struck a storage tank. >> is been a year since a woman went public about her sexual assault at stanford university. we talk about the impact it's still having on the conversation about sexual assault crimes
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higher and higher. take a look at oakland this morning. and you can see, we've got that gray sky. greeting you at 8:01 on the clock. but it is going to be warm. >> yes, mark said it is going to warm up. and blow all of the clouds away. >> maybe a little too warm for some but summer is knocking on our doors. welcome to mornings on 2. >> i'm claudine wong. >> welcome back, everybody. >> have some coffee. >> yes. >> right there. >> i am frank mallicoat. >> we will get to the forecast in a moment. a couple of headlines making nute this morning.
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bottled water is a give-away and getting under way in south san francisco for residents who are still being told that their tap water might have been tainted. >> officials want to make sure the water is safe. and the vandals targeted the water storage tank, so they got to do some things before they let people use that water. and we are going to check in with kisten captain for more on this give away that is just getting under way and we will talk about the tests. we are still gauging reaction to president trump's decision to withdraw from the paris climate agreement. >> now, there were local protests here in the bay area, and we also are continuing to watch reaction from international community as well. more on, that and game two of the nba finals. wait another day. it sles than 20, a little more than 24 hours away. tomorrow evening. which gives us a little more time to relish the win of game one. and the guys were busy yesterday. >> they were busy. and i love this. because you would think, right, we are in the finals, and they've got to focus and it is all about basketball and not so
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much. >> and we will talk about this video, this event right here and talk about that coming up. and it just makes you love this team more. >> they can do no wrong. >> that's right. just ask them. they can do no wrong. 8:03 on the clock. we promised we would talk about this warm weather. it is going to be nice. last week, memorial day, we talked about how it was cool. >> it was. >> and people were so disappointed. and beach plans and things to do. >> all shivering out there. but yes, a little muggy out there. and maybe it might feel like you're stepping off the airplane in honolulu or something like that. >> that would be nice. >> yes. >> if you can't make it to hawaii. >> cue the music please. [ laughter ] >> we will work on that. that is coming up. here is the live camera. looking out to the estuary. with lots of overcast. low clouds and fog. and then high clouds as well. looking at muggy weather. and moisture from the south and the west. pretty mild out there. this is the pattern we are watching. we have the fog and then some higher clouds, 15,000, 20,000, 25,000 feet, and up above our
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heads and that will be a factor for today. and solid overcast, though. a little bit of some green showing up on the radar. probably just falling before it -- evaporating before it reaches the ground. well offshore, right now, mostly cloudy skies. and temperatures pretty mild. showing you some 50s, mid to upper 50s for santa rosa. and san francisco, 53. and livermore, 57. and san jose, 58. and we have the low clouds, and just in general, cloudy skies this morning, and temperatures as we showed you in the 50s and then into the afternoon hours, we should have partly sunny skies, and 60s to 70s, and warmest locations will be approaching the low to mid-80s. and here is our forecast model, trying to scale back on the clouds, by early afternoon, and then the temperatures, the range is from the lower 60s coast-side, and upper 70s to the low 80s inland. and maybe a few mid-80s toward antioch and livermore. and san jose, 78. and san francisco, 67. and there we go, san rafael, 77. and yesterday was warm. and today we are going to cool things off a little bit. and more cooling setting up for the second half of the weekend and talk more about that coming
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up in a few minutes. a bottled water give-away is under way, right now, and this is in south san francisco. >> yes, it is. and an entire neighborhood in that city has been told not to drink tap water due to safety concerns. >> we have more from south san francisco where there is a sizable line of people, i guess, waiting to pick up that bottled water. christian, take it away. >> reporter: hey, frank, in just the last five minutes, last three minutes, that line has disappeared, because they are now starting to distribute the water and a lot of folks making their way through 92 chestnut in south san francisco, to pick up their water. and officials here say that they are kind of gauging based on need and talking to folks to figure are figure out how much they need and asking people to be considerate and making sure people don't take more than they need and make sure they have enough for all of the customers. in the last half hour, i was able to contact a spokesperson for cal water and he was able to offer the progress on the check of the water. this was all discovered yesterday morning around 10:00. police were summoned to the cal
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water facility on hillside boulevard. and investigators there discovered that vandals had cut several locks and climbed a 25- foot water tank and had spray painted the letters f and m on the water tank. despite the fact that there were no obvious signs of contamination, water officials decided to proceed with caution. and they are advising residents to avoid using the water for drinking. they are advising people to use bottled water for drinking. and for cooking. and in all, about 1,000 customers or so have been affected. and now, initial testing did not reveal any signs of contamination. and there are more comprehensive test results due a little bit later on today. and water officials clir fyked this morning that the -- clarified this morning that the water in the tank has not been dumped and instead the pipes have been taken care of. and the tanks isolated with the graffiti. and the test results due today. and more comprehensive test results at 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. if they confirm the water is safe, it is reconnected back to the system.
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meanwhile, residents have been asking about security at the site. cal water is there are multiple layers of security and the vandals were able to defeat the levels of security and they are looking at tightening the security. and again, we are looking at contacting the police later on to find out if there is any progress in finding who might be responsible for this. at the latest word, they did believe that this might have been somehow gang-related but you can see customers now are starting to show up. water officials distributing that water, making sure that folks do have clean and safe drinking water. and we are going to see if we can talk with somebody here briefly to find out. sir, wondering how you heard about this and if you are concerned about it at all? >> sure. got a door tag yesterday. also got a call while i was at work. told my wife about it. and first time i'm coming down here is this morning. so inconvenient, but we can deal with it. >> all right. good attitude. thank you very much. good luck. >> thank you. >> there you go. folks here seem to be taking it
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in good stride. they are reminding people to not take more than they need. it doesn't appear that they have a real hard limit. like you only get one case. but they are trying to make sure that people are respectful and make sure that there is enough water to go around for all of the residents who are affected, frank and claudine. >> it sounds like it won't go on for a long, long time. >> thank you, live in south san francisco, thank you, christian. well, lake county man, charged with murder on suspicion of shooting and killing his 20-year-old daughter. 39-year-old steven miller was arraigned in court yesterday, and according to the press democrat, his bail was set at $2 million. investigators say miller shot and killed his daughter hannah welch tuesday night at the family's home in hidden valley lake. and miller's mother found her granddaughter and called police. investigators say miller had left the scene but he was found within minutes. so far, there is no word on any possible motive. a year ago today, the victim of a sexual assault case in a high profile case at that, at stanford, published a statement about her attack. some have credited that statement for changing the
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conversations about sexual assault crimes. and the victim, only known as emily doe, former stanford athlete brock turner was convicted of sexually assaulting her on campus in 2015 while unconscious. and she read a victim's impact statement during sentencing last year but the statement was also published and viewed more than 11 million times. other victims of sexual assault say that statement inspired them to step forward to tell their stories. turner was sentenced to six months in jail. he served just three months. and was released. the wave water park in dublin is set to reopen today. it has been one seek since the 10-year-old boy was thrown from one of the water slides during the park's grand opening. the video has been seen, and taken by a photographer in the east bay times, you saw the boy flying off at the very end, the emerald plunge slide and he walked away with only a few scratches but it caused a big discussion about safety. at this point, the city says the investigation is ongoing and that particular slide is going to remain closed
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indefinitely. and now, the park had already been scheduled to close for the four days after the grand opening, but starting today, that park will be opened daily until august 13. and police have now identified the man who was shot by fremont police on memorial day. they also identified the officer who opened fire. and officers say the fremont police officer william gorly was on patrol when someone flagged him down to report a person with a metal pipe threatening people. and the officer says the man ignored his repeated calls to surrender. and shot him after the suspect made an aggressive move toward him. he undergoes surgery and remains hospitalized and he has charges of brandishing a weapon and obstructing or resisting arrest. the new bart station in fremont is closed this weekend, to do critical work, and testing the software for plant extension to san jose. there is a free bus that runs every 15 to 20 minutes between the stations and bart says people should add an extra 30
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minutes or so to their trip. there is another weekend closure also planned for sometime this summer. but bart says that date has not yet been set. well, mushrooms in the bay area. poisoning more than a dozen people. we will talk about this new report that was just released by the cdc. >> and taking to the skies. or hitting the road for summer vacation. up next, we will take a look at the biggest travel trends for the summer. travel senior editor, gabe is in the studio.
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good saturday morning. waking up to lots of cloud cover. fog and higher clouds working into the bay area. cooler this weekend. especially as you head toward sunday. we will talk more about the forecast highs in your neighborhood, but if you're not a fan of the weather here, you can always travel. >> you can. good segway, mark, thank you very much. and school is letting out across the bay area which means summer has arrive and travel is on your mind. so choosing a destination to visit, either with your family or friends, can be a daunting task. especially these days.. gabe joins us with travel trends and travel bans that might influence your vacation plans. >> happy summer to you. >> the long weekend is back. >> we love celebrating the long
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weekend with a holiday or memorial day labor day. and we did a study, and we did a study for the last year, and people are looking to stay domestic for the summer travel and the long weekend has gained new popularity. all of a sudden, the idea of taking a friday or monday or tuesday off and having this sort of compact, sort of burst of a vacation, within three or four days. >> who needs a weekend am with four days? >> it is easier to plan and budget. >> and some call it a micro adventure. maybe take eight or 10, two or three night vacations instead of one or two major vacations. >> planes or jumping in the car or drive? >> and we are looking at trips that are three to five hours away from home and most people will do the drive. with trips over five hours, about 40% of people we surveyed would opt for a plane or a train instead. and the idea is, especially when we live in the state of california, that the most magical place on earth, that if we are going to really sort of invest on a vacation, keeping it within a three to five hour
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drive has definitely gained popularity this year. and most people are doing it to travel to visit family and friends. so it is not really locked into a holiday weekend. although we have a couple of the opportunities over the summer. it is really just the idea, generally, throughout the year, of tapping into one or two days around a saturday/sunday. fitting in a trip. >> where will we go? >> here in california, what is popular? >> a couple of places. mammoth has a lot of play this season because of the snow. people are looking to do a program moth lakes get-away. the -- mammoth lakes get-away. sierra nevada, $119 a night. july is blacked out but the latter half of the summer and into the fall, great deal. >> and by the way, you yosemite is just around the corner. >> an hour away from yosemite national park as well. and a great remote property. and further south, if you want to do a southern california beach, which generally sees prices climb over the summer season, the fairmont grand delmar which actually according to trip advisor is not only the
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number one luxury resort in california, but in the country. frank, this is where you go for a secluded upscale get-away. but $295 a night. $100 resort credit that represents a good 50% off regular rates. and one of the great luxury resorts in california. the adison restaurant. fantastic wine list and fantastic dining. anyway, a special occasion over the summer season, this is the place to go. >> you had me with san diego. >> yes. >> and let's talk about some potential travel bans. because a lot of that has been going around. especially with laptops. what is going on with that? >> there is a decision, looming, i plene we have already got a laptop ban in effect for in-cabin travel from eight different middle eastern and african countries. the idea here is with homeland security extend it to any international flight into or out of the u.s.? the european union is resisting expanding that ban and they would rather see enhanced security checkpoint activity at airports and a sumping security concern, if you can't bring your laptop, into the cabin, do you want to have that many
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lithium battery operated devices potentially catching fire in the cargo hold where it is much more unchecked than the cabin. and i figure with summer around the corner, we will have some kind of a homeland security decision on expanding this ban here in the next couple of weeks. >> how about people going to europe? is that still -- are people doing that? >> as of now, that ban does not affect flights out of the u.s. to europe. >> coming here. >> but the idea is, if homeland security expands the ban, it would be international flights into or out of the u.s. so that could potentially affect flights. >> and flight traffic from the middle east to the united states has gone down. >> since we saw the ban take effect, after a steady seven- year rise of traffic from the middle east to the u.s., we have seen a drop now. and it could be the ban and also the image that the middle east has towards the u.s. travel in general. >> we had to wake him up. he was in sonoma this morning. welcome to northern california. >> good to be here. >> good to see you.
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thank you, dave. good stuff. well, it is a great weekend to go out and play, right, mark? >> beautiful weather. in fact, a live look outside. up above the fog. a beautiful look out toward san francisco bay and mount tam, out there in the distance. toward the east peak there. and still, a perfect example here, we have the fog and then some higher clouds streaming into the area. satellite right now, picking up on some of the higher clouds moving in from the south and the west. and essentially, mostly cloudy skies. over most of the bay area right now. and a little bit of some green showing up out here, just offshore and a chance of a sprinkle out here, mainly to the west. >> and checking in on some of the current numbers, updated, right now for saturday morning, and pretty mild, and showing you some 50s and could feel it muggy out there as well. and san jose right now, 58. and san francisco, 53. and concord, warming up to 61 degrees. so very mild. pretty mild in concord. i was checking out the squaw valley web cam a few minutes ago. and it is just amazing. you can actually ski and ride on the slopes this weekend. so we have the high clouds here in the bay area. they have the high clouds in
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the sierra as well. looking out toward lake tahoe. and from squaw. and it looks like some snow that is still a lot of snow to talk about. especially for june. and high clouds, streaming into the bay area, for today, and we had the cooler weather system up here to the north, and that will move in for tomorrow. so we are expecting cooler temperatures, as we head toward your sunday. and then once this moves out, and warm back up, by monday and tuesday, and then possibly, it is still a few days away, but a chance we could have a few showers, especially up in the north bay, and that would be on thursday. so we will be watching out for that. over the next at least, as we head toward next week. the clouds gradually mixing out and revealing partly sunny skies later on today. and temperatures ranging from the low 60s coast-side, to the upper 70s to the low 80s inland. maybe a few spots right around 83. to 85 degrees. and these temperatures will check in at about 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. and santa rosa, 82. and most areas a little bit cooler, compared to yesterday. and oakland, 70. and livermore, mid-80s. and the more neighborhoods down to the santa clara valley, san jose, upper 70s.
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and morgan hill, gilroy, around 84 to 85 degrees. and san francisco, 67. and right near the immediate coastline, mainly in the lower 60s. and here is a look ahead. the five-day forecast, tomorrow, it will be cooler than today. and then warm things back up by monday and tuesday. and by tuesday, warmest locations close to 90 degrees inland. and we will cool things off once again by wednesday. and it will be interesting, talking about some shower chances and added to the thursday forecast. watching out for that. >> a lot of lawns out there, probably applaud it. >> yes, a little bit of free water coming from the sky. >> thanks, mark. a family and friends say their final farewell to music legend greg allman. >> we will talk about his final resting place. >> and a move by california for climate change protection that has eight other states following suit. stay with us.
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this morning, many remain outspoken about the president's plan to pull out of the paris climate agreement. >> one man can't stop our clean energy revolution. one man can go back in time. only i can do that. >> almost every major american city in the past 24 hours has decided if washington is not going to do it, we will. >> leaders in france, italy and germany are saying they will not renegotiate this global pact. the head of the environmental
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protection agency scott pruitt is defending the decision. >> it is a failed deal to begin with. it only reduced the temperature by less than 0.2 of one degree. >> a group of environmentalists held a rally outside the federal building in san francisco to protest against president trump's decision to leave the accord. yesterday, they said they reject his argument that the deal would cost u.s. jobs. and instead, they say clean energy creates jobs. and protects future generations. >> we are isolated ourselves from the rest of the world. and we are endangering the planet. trump doesn't care about our droughts, our wildfires, our air, our water, but we do. and we actually are going to have to take action. >> governors from six states announced they are joining the new u.s. climate alliance which launched earlier this week by the governors of california, new york, and washington. time now is 8:25. a new television ad paid for by special interest group, opposes sanctuary cities for
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undocumented workers. it is running right here in the bay area now. the face of ad is this man, don rosenberg. he lost his son six years ago after he was killed by an undocumented immigrant in a hit- and-run accident. rosenburg is asking california politicians to withdraw support from bill sb-54. legislation would prevent police in california from assisting federal agents in matters of immigration enforcement. two bills designed to help police officers and veterans are law this morning. >> our duty as americans is to honor their service and sacrifice. and to protect those who protect us. i am proud to sign two laws to help fulfill that very, very sacred commitment. >> the first law will give priority for federal grants to law enforcement agencies that hire veterans and the second law is taking steps to reduce the backlog of families waiting to get approval for survival
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benefits after their loved one is killed in the line of duty. president trump says it is unacceptable that injured officers have suffered and children of fallen officers have had to put off their dreams of going to college. in san francisco, a big comedy festival with several street closures and a high security presence. >> and reflection and remembrance, as we mark six months since the ghost ship wearhouse fire claimed the lives of dozens of people. the effect it is still having on people and businesses that are located around that burned- out wearhouse, coming up.
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it is a little foggy out there. the golden gate. the big towers. shrouded in fog. as the traffic is pretty light, too. but it is all going to blow away. at least that is what we are told. >> yes. >> i believe mark. >> we believe mark. of course we do. >> happy saturday everybody. happy weekend. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning to you. thanks for waking up with us. i'm claudine wong. >> and we have mark in this morning looking at the weather and how long before we can see the towers of the golden gate bridge? >> maybe closer to 11:00. it is 8:30 right now. >> okay. we have to wait for it. >> we will hold you to it. >> we will check in at 11:15. we have lots of low clouds and fog out there. in fact, here at sfo, solid overcast and that could impact the flights, especially the arriving flights with the lower visibilities out there. we have the fog, and some higher clouds working their way back into the bay area as well. and here is the sat light perspective with high clouds streaming overhead and a few
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sprinkles offshore and most of it is not really hitting the ground at all. and still lots of overcast for your saturday morning. and temperatures right now in the 50s. and santa rosa 54. and san francisco, 53 degrees. and the weather pattern setting up, and high clouds up there for today, the sky moves in for the second half of the weekend. we will cool things off into your sunday forecast. and then a little bit more of a bump in the numbers by monday and tuesday. and here we go, today, this is 11:00. and we have solid fog with the high clouds. and mostly cloudy skies this morning. and the clouds begin to lift later on this morning. and late morning, and especially into the early afternoon hours. so we are expecting, we will call it partly sunny this afternoon. and temperatures ranging from the low 60s, coast-side, and we will have temperatures inland, upper 70s, to the low to mid- 80s. and most areas, a little bit cooler, compared to yesterday. and we will talk more about the forecast in a few minutes. and happening today, thousands of people will be in san francisco, for day two of a big comedy festival at civic
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center plaza. i want to show you the view from sky fox. as our chopper flew over colossal cluster fest yesterday afternoon. >> it makes me laugh. >> it is easy. >> the name makes you laugh. >> it is perfect. >> there are also comedians and musicians there, to entertain you. performing on five different stages and some of the big names include big bur and jerry seinfeld and fred armenson. and more than 20,000 people are expected to attend the three- day event and as you might expect, security is expected to be tight. now, if you are going or if you are trying to avoid that area, let's talk about the street closures. fulton street closed between larken and hyde. police are encouraging people who are headed there to take public transportation. some residents in south san francisco are in line this morning, they are picking up cases of free bottled water, due to safety concerns, about their own tap water. >> this all happened because someone vandalized a giant
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water storage tank and inspectors don't think the water is contaminated but not taking any chances and they are doing tests. we have more on the search for those who are responsible for the vandalism and the give- away. >> they are starting to distribute water here at 92 chestnut. in south san francisco. making sure that residents get the water they need. after that incident where vandals targeted cal water facilities here. in the last hour or so, i was able to contact a spokesperson for cal water, and he was able to offer the latest on progress to check the water. this was all discovered yesterday morning. at around 10:00. police were summoned to the cal water facility at hillside boulevard. investigators discovered that vandals had cut several locks and climbed a 25-foot water tank and spray painted the letters f and m on the cal water tank. and despite the fact that there were no obvious signs of contamination, water officials decided to proceed with caution. and are advising residents to avoid the water. they are telling people to use bottled water for drinking. and cooking. and in all, about 1,000 customers are affected.
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and now, initial testing did not reveal any signings of contamination. -- signs of contamination. more comprehensive test results are due around 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. the water officials clarified this morning that the water in the tank has not been dumped. instead, the pipes leading from that tank have been flushed and the tank has been isolated. it will be tested again further. and then once they finish that test, they may very well release that water back into the system, and once they have those more comprehensive test results, to see exactly how that water is is doing. meanwhile, residents have asked about security at the site. we did talk with the cal water officials. they say this morning that there were several security layers in place. they say somehow those vandals managed to get past those security layers. and get to that water tank. and now, they are saying that they are reviewing their security procedures. meanwhile police are continuing their investigation. in south san francisco, christian captain, ktvu, fox 12
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2 news. it has been six months since the devastating ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland. on december 2, many people died during a fire that started at a party at the ghost ship warehouse, an artist collective at 31st avenue and international boulevard. the fire had a big impact on the neighborhood. a memorial still sits yo ut side what is left of that building. a family-run business that sells fire extinguishers just down the street from the warehouse says sales jumped up to 10 to 15% because of concerns about fire safety. >> our business, it was brought to the for front for everybody, that they kind of saw a lot of news coverage and then they started thinking about their own situations so there are property owners who are now more compliant about taking care of exrishers and fire escapes and things like that. >> and the mayor joined us yesterday on mornings on 2 to talk about the stens the city is taking to try to prevent another tragedy like the ghost
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ship warehouse fire. >> we have had a huge multi- disciplinary team with outside experts, more than 20 people, and several working groups that have spun off of that. everybody comes into my office, every two weeks, to give me progress reports, and we have gotten a lot done in these six months. >> mayor libby says the city of oakland is trying to triple the number of fire inspectors in her city. well, two people have been arrested in connection with a fight outside of a hotel in san francisco that killed a tourist from australia. and that fight happened just after 2:00 yesterday morning. outside the da vinci villa hotel on van ness avenue in the russian hill neighborhood of the city. police say 33-year-old matthew bait of wolner, australia died at the hospital after the fight. investigators are looking into what led up to his death. >> a victim got into a verbal altercation. with a couple of subjects. during that time, it became a physical altercation. >> and now, we learned that
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bait was an analytical chemist in australia. the medical examiner will determine exactly how he died. santa rosa holding a special election this coming tuesday, and there are two measures on the ballot there. one is for rent control. and rent increases on most units would be capped at a 3% a year, landlords must also have just cause to evict their tenants. and the second measure is a tax on legal marijuana businesses. and they would have to pay an 8% tax, which could not exceed $3,000. and the measure targets four types of cannabis-related businesses. cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, and dispensaries, in the area. and the city expects to receive at least a million bucks, which would be used for code enforcement. issuing the permits, and educating the public about drugs. wisconsin's republican governor wants to make his state the first in the nation to require many welfare recipients to take a drug test. 1.2million people receive public assistance in wisconsin and programs range from medicaid to food stamps. the drug testing would apply to
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those without children, 148,000 people estimated. >> public assistance should be more like a trampoline than like a ham block and for those who are able to work, we shouldn't -- hammock, and for those who are able to work, we should enable thet them go get back to the work force. >> it shows addiction as a moral failing rather than a disease. >> and if someone tests positive they can get treatment for drug addiction at public expense and those resisting to take the drug test will lose their benefits and the measure will go to washington, d.c. next week for the approval from the trump administration. and it must also pass the wisconsin state legislature. a new report from the centers for disease control, raises the number of people poisoned from eating capped mushrooms from last year. most victims recovered but three victims needed liver transplant including an 18- month-old girl who suffered permanent neurological damage. >> we told you how the wet
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winter made for an abundant crop of mushrooms. the water park in dublin set to reopen today. and it is one week since this 10-year-old boy was thrown off a water slide. find out what to expect in the park today. >> and it is an aquatic sport that dates back to the ancient egyptians and today is a special day for the past time. coming up, we will tell you how easy it is to practice crew. or rowing. here in the buy area. stay right there -- here in the bay area. stay right there.
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this saturday morning, time is 8:42. looking at lots of cloud cover throughout saturday morning. and not only typical fog but higher clouds from the pacific. and gradually clear things up and a pretty nice forecast as well. and have that coming up in a little bit. let's talk the day. and what a great day to get on the water. rowing. and the sport goes back to ancient egyptian times. and time to get in the little shell and put the oars in and push against the water. and if you do it correctly, you move really quickly. or you move very slowly.
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>> or you catch a crab and you get thrown out of the boat. >> rowing is referred to as crew. and the sport here in the united states, the first modern day competition, it dates back to 1715. and it made an olympic debut back in 1900. and we are telling all of this because today is national learn to row day and joining us this morning is tom horton from the east bay rowing club to tell us a little bit more about the sport. and tom, i got to tell you, i rode at cal many years ago. and i have a love affair for this as well. but maybe you can enlighten our viewers and tell us why you love it so much. >> well, rowing is quite an amazing sport. because unlike a lot of other sports, you can row your entire life. rowing is something that really gets under your skin. and the bay area especially has become quite a rowing center. and it used to be that most of the rowing was on the east coast. but obviously with teams like cal, it has become quite an
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active sport out here on the west coast. and especially here in the bay area. and in fact, where we are, at the aquatic center on the open estuary, that's where the cal heavy weight men row. so when we are out there on the water, we will often see cal coming by in their boats. >> i have a question for you. why do we have to row so early in the morning? >> is it just because there is less traffic? that is one of the things that people are saying what time? what time? >> it is crazy. >> that is one of the reasons, yes. we are down here at 5:20 a.m. [ laughter ] >> so it is really incredible to see the watch come up over the estuary. the warm front is just flat as glass. we are out there all by ourselves. just us. the seagulls and the seals. and so it is really magical to be out on the bay at that time of the morning. but it is because it is the best water. and when the water is flat, it is just such a magical experience. and we have a lot of different teams that go out on the water.
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in the morning, the master, the adults that are rowing. and then in the afternoon, it is the juniors. we have berkeley high, artamis and oakland tech juniors rowing out of the boat house. they come down after school and row on the water in the afternoon. so this is a very active place. there is a lot of aquatic activity going here all day long. >> talk about, it is the ultimate case for it, because you are only as good as the eight guys in your boat, if you're in an eight and if you're not pulling your weight, everyone will let you have it. >> that is so true. you know, in other ball sports, you can kind of hang back, or if you're not having a good day, you can kind of let your teammates take the load. but when you're in the boat, it is all for one. and that is really why they call it the ultimate team sport. everybody has to pull together. and then you are the cockswan in the back of the boat urging you on and keeping you straight down the course. >> and national learn to row day. how long does it take to learn to be a decent rower?
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and what do you hope people do today? >> well, this is a great opportunity for people that are completely unfamiliar with rowing to come down and get their hands on an oar. we take them out in the rowing barge, which is a very easy safe platform to row on. it is not like the tippy boats that they would graduate to if they take on rowing. but it is something that you, it is like anything, any new skill, it takes a little while to get into it. but the great thing about a novice program, you're all starting in the same place, all in the same boat together. and it is something that you gradually get the hang of it and it is all about timing and building core strength but you know, anyone can learn to row. >> and the cost today, and really how much does it cost to get started in general? >> so, you know, learn to row day is a free event. and we open up our boat house to the public. we invite anyone to come down and experience rowing. and you will get a really good sense about rowing in today's activities.
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and then we offer a couple of week trial period, where if people are interested, they can row for a couple of weeks with us. and that is $140. for the two weeks. with a great novice coach, who is the mills women's coach and if they want to join the club, it is like joining a health club, you pay a quarterly fee and you get unlimited access to the boat house, and our great coaching staff. >> and sounds great. >> by the way, it is a good workout, too, isn't it? >> yes. >> okay, tom. >> thank you. >> it is an incredible workout. >> thank you so much. >> a great workout. >> national learn to row day. tom horton, thank you so much. >> my pleasure. >> and really the weather, it is fantastic to get out on the water. >> yes, you are talk can about the timing, the early morning, and i guess you want the calm glassy conditions out there, to hit the water, so your time woog be 2:00 in the afternoon when it is -- your timing would be 2:00 in the afternoon when it is all choppy out there. and then i can blame the choppy water instead of my rowing
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ability. the weather, mostly cloudy skies across a good portion of the bay area. the satellite and high clouds working their way back into northern california and in the region. for today, we are starting off with this, mostly cloudy skies. and temperatures right around 55 to 60 degrees. and then as we head into the afternoon hours, we will call it partly sunny, and highs will range from the 60s to the 70s, and warmest locations, approaching the low to mid-80s, for this afternoon. and under partly sunny skies. and a live camera outside right now, we will show you this, looking out toward -- if you can't pick out the estuary here, and lots of overcast, we have the fog and then higher clouds working their way back into the bay area right now. and here is the satellite perspective. once again. and there you can see, at least a little bit of some green showing up out there in the pacific. and most of that is not hitting the ground in terms of rainfall. but for us, still solid overcast, and it could be feeling a little bit muggy out there as well. humid conditions, working their way back into the bay area. for today. and temperatures actually pretty mild. showing you sant rosa, 54.
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and oakland, 57. and san jose and mountain view both. 60 degrees at last check. and half moon bay, 54. and once again, here is the overall weather pattern for today. clouds moving in. and then this guy moves in for tomorrow. so with that, we are going to cool things off for the second half of the weekend. today, a little bit cooler compared to yesterday. and then we are going to warm back um by monday. and tuesday. and in fact, by tuesday, warmest locations could be close to 90 degrees. and lear is our forecast model. of course, we -- here is our forecast model. by late morning, clouds begin to mix up. that's the thinking with the skies partly cloudy later on today, and then bring in the temperature, low 60s coastside, and warmest locations, inland. in the upperselves. close to 80 degrees. -- upperselves. close to to 80 degrees for saturday afternoon. and vacaville, 77. around the bay, close to 70 for oakland to almeda. and then head inland, you will find more 80s. mid-80s for livermore,
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pleasanton, and antioch. and san jose, 78. and gilroy, 85. and san francisco, 67 degrees. one degree down from yesterday. 68. and then lower 60s oud to the coast. a look ahead, the five-day forecast, a bit cooler on sunday and then warm back up. a little rollercoaster, ups and downs and that will be the case for monday and tuesday, with the upper trend. and then wednesday, partly cloudy skies and still talking about shower chances by thursday, especially, up in the north bay. so just spritzy. just a little bit of a spritz. we will see. south bay, not much at all. but petaluma, santa rosa, we will keep an eye on that. >> okay, thanks, mark. >> thank you, mark. well, ariana grande is going to return to the stage tomorrow in manchester, england, for a benefit concert in honor of the victims of last month's terror attack at her concert. yesterday she visited some of her young fans. still hospitalized after the suicide bombing. which killed 22 people. and injured more than 100 others. and a number of big stars will be joining her on the stage
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tomorrow in manchester. the list includes katy perry, justin beiber, usher, pharrell williams and miley cyrus. people at the show last month will be offered free tickets. the show sold out in minutes. a young graduate at the u.s. air force academy, already making a significant contribution to the nation's war fighting capability. not from the skies either. great story. coming up next. who are these people?
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the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians
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it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. welcome back, everybody. a group of golden state warriors players spent time giving back to their community. >> i didn't think i would be gm of the warriors. no way. so there is no reason why one of you guys can't do that, too. >> but he is the gm. helping to kick things off with an inspirational message to some kids. yesterday, they were at the nba cares event at west lake middle school. in oakland. and also on hand was the mayor libby shaf, and the nba
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commissioner adam silver, as well as five of the warriors players. the new area inside the school will provide kids with a safe place to play and learn. >> the finals are fleeting. but this will be here 365 days a year. and whether it is players in the league, executives in the league, we all got here through hard work and here is a place where you can be committed, you can play with other kids, you can learn. you can play hoops. they all come together in one place. >> and it is a dream come true for me just to be in the nba and to share my dream with these kids and see how excited this he are to see us as nba players. i didn't really get a chance too meet that many nba players growing up. so just to be a part of that and experience it with the kids, it is exciting. >> and what a fun day. students had a chance to play video games with ian clark. and there it is. how about a little ping pong with seven-footer javail mcgee on the ping pong table and enjoyed snacks made personally
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by kevin durant's mom wanda durant. pbj from wanda. pretty cool. and the giants are tied with the padres in the basement of the national league west. while the phillies are at the bottom of the nl east with the worst record in baseball. giants last night had a rare laugher go their way. their struggling offense exploded for 10 runs and 15 hits. and span and nunes combined for 15 hits themselves. and austin slater, with the major league debut and went one of five. and there is the hit right there. the first rbi. the first hit in the big leagues as the giants went on to pound the phillies by a final of 10-0. over the college teams, where the a's are playing in an inter-league series this weekend against the red hot washington nationals. this one hurt. the a's ended up on the wrong side of a lop-sided score. nats center fielder michael taylor hits a solo homerun in the second. first run of the game was pretty much over after that.
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washington also splashed a little defense. ryan goodwin, a great stretch on a ryan healy shot. and nationals win it 13-3. on the beatdown on your oakland a's. >> one air force academy cadet is using common kitchen ingredients to stop a bullet. >> now the material is basically made of corn starch and water. something that you could mix up in your kitchen and they added extras, anti-ballistic materials to the mix and the concoction is basically unbreakable and lighter and more flexible than bullet proof vests now. >> the range safety officer pulled this .44 magnum and said this will fail. we loaded it in, and it stopped it. and it stopped it a second time. and then a third time. >> now, if that bullet proof concoction works as planned it would weigh two-thirds less than bullet proof vests and the air force cadets have filed for a patent for the product. it is currently being tested against a variety of bullets. >> who knew? corn starch, right? >> pull it out of your shelf.
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♪take me home tonight. ♪ i don't want to let you go till you see the light. ♪ take me home tonight. onight. >> what a beautiful shot. over the oakland estuary this morning. if you like a little gray, if you like it a little hot, just wait for it. >> yes. it is coming for you. >> yes, take that walk. grab a coat. by noontime, you will take it off. >> i know. i was thinking i was going to go for a little run this afternoon. but maybe it might have to be a little bit earlier. >> you might have to talk to mark about that. >> well, welcome to mornings on 2. thanks for waking up with us. it is saturday, june 3. i'm claudine wang. >> first full weekend in june. we will talk to mark in a moment to get the forecast. but first headlines to share.
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bottled water give-away, under way in south san francisco. for residents there who are still being told not to drink their tap water. >> officials are warning to make sure the water is safe and they have tests going. it all happened because vandals targeted a water storage tank. we are talking this morning about president trump's decision to withdraw from the paris climate accord. we are still gauging some reaction. >> there were local protests around the bay area. and we are also going to continue to watch reaction from the international community as well. . we will have the latest on what the city of san francisco is doing to make sure that people get the services they need. in case of an emergency. mergency. >> more on that, coming up. >> and he is the man right now. >> that guy. >> yes. >> all right. >> right there. >> my afternoon run might be too hot? >> i think it will be okay, especially the early portion of the afternoon. we are not talking about major heat today but if you like the cool refreshing run -- >> yes, i do.
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>> who doesn't by the way. >> that could be happening this morning if you can schedule it out or later on tonight. look at the blanket of fog along the bay and mount tam. so up above that fog, a perfect illustration, you can be mountain biking below the marine layer and then shivering and then get above the marine layer to the top of tam and pretty warm. and it is a big micro climate change say within about a 500, 600 feet. here we go on the satellite. lots of high clouds. we have the fog. and then higher clouds working their way back over the bay area right now. so it is just cloudy. up in the north bay, and south bay, and out toward walnut creek and livermore as well. temperatures pretty mild. it could feel a bit muggy out there. santa rosa, 5. would he have concord, 62. and san jose, 61. and half moon bay, 54 degrees. this morning, it is an easy forecast. mostly cloudy skies. and 10:00 temperature, mid-50s to the mid-60s. and by 12:00, beginning to warm up. and here is the eventual temperature range.
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50s to 60s and 70s. and warmest in the mid-80s. a little bit cooler than yesterday. and we are expecting partly sunny skies later on today. so here is the forecast model to try to mix out the fog and then some patchy fog hanging out near the shoreline, into the early portion of your sat saturday afternoon. and we are bringing you the colors to show you 60s coastside and 60s and 70s and 80s by 4:00 this afternoon. and the numbers are a little cooler than yesterday. and today, 84. and san jose, 78. and san francisco, 67. and pacifica, keeping it cool there, mainly in the lower 60s. we will talk more about the sunday forecast, and eventually, we could still have some shower chances in your five-day forecast. we will have more on that coming up in a few minutes. well, the san francisco fire department is conducting a unique fire drill today on the water. >> they are. firefighters are teaming up with a group of special sailors. ktvu christian captain is live and shows us the potentially life-saving rescues out on the water front. christian? >> reporter: absolutely. and there is a way really to
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make sure that the fire department is getting the very latest in terms of what they can do to try to help everybody community here in san francisco. and john baxter here joining us from the san francisco fire department to talk about the drill. and first off, if people see this going on today, in mccovy coving, in the area around at&t park, this is just a drill. what you are really learning how to do, you are learning you to affect rescues for everyone in case of a water emergency. >> that's absolutely correct, christian. so today, we are meeting at pier 40 which is the south beach harbor, and we are going to go over a couple of logistic issues with our members here, and specifically walt, on how we are going to be addressing individuals who have mobility issues, who are visually impaired, hearing impaired, these are a group of sailors who are out on the water, and if we have an emergency, how are we as the rescue workers, their city team, going to be able to effectively address their specific issues, and get them to safety. >> and absolutely, like any drill, this is an opportunity to figure it out, before it
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becomes an emergency. and this is exactly what you want to do. you want to work with these communities. with everyone, to figure out, hey, what can we do to make it better for you. what can you do to make it better for us. >> that's absolutely correct. would he do not want to practice during an actual live emergency. we want to be able to be prepared, but not only do we want to be prepared, we want to hear from the people who have these limitations, and what they expect from us. so that we can thoroughly address those issues. pro actively. beforehand. before we actually have to, god forbid, ever have to, you know, effect that type of a rescue. >> and hopefully skills you don't have to put in play here. and john, i will move you aside here. this is tight quarters on the dock and i want to make sure none of us wind up in the water. walt, joining us from bags, right now, and first off, thank you very much for joining us this morning and first off, explain what the acronym bad stands for. >> bay area association of disabled sailors. forming about 25 years ago. as a way to create some co- south co-synergy with the
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community. it starts off with a blind person and someone in the wheelchair. and someone in the wheelchair can't get around well and the blind person can't get around well but they can't see and together in a co-synergistic way they can create one person and go out. >> and we talked about different ability levels and we don't want to say disabled necessarily because differently abled is a better way of saying it and different needs for people with various abilities that they need for being rescued. in other words, somebody who is hearing impaired and vision impaired might need different rescue techniques. >> absolutely. this whole thing started, about four weeks ago. when we were out sailing, and it was one of the giants games. and there were some chi ackers out. and -- kayakers out. and the kayakers flipped. and coming in from a sailing training session, we found two people in the water. so we actually went to rescue them. and it turns out that the blind guy had my hand out of the boat and i caught the hand of the
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person in the water, ultimately pulling them on to the boat and that began the process of how do you actually practice real in-the-water drills and usually you throw something over the side and pick tup. that began a conversation -- pick it up. and that began a conversation. and the next weekend, randomly, i'm walking along the streets of san francisco in south beach and rick mcgee, a batallion chief for the san francisco fire department, i hear someone start talking to me. and a blind person walking down the street. you never know who is talking to you. and he sounded knowledgeable. he asked me, how do i avoid those fire hoses sticking out of the buildings. and i said very carefully. because you can run into them and you can't see them. >> absolutely. >> and walt, we got to get going but we want to make sure that people understand that this is a work of collaboration with you, the fire department, and the office of emergency services here in san francisco. thank you very much. i'm happy that you guys are out here working together. and again, san francisco, wanted to make sure that everyone who is out on the water gets those emergency services, hopefully, that they
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don't need, but should it arise, they want to be sure they practice it first before they actually have to do it in reality. >> that makes it perfect. >> nice job, thank you. well, new this morning, a recall for ahi tuna distributed to bay area restaurants. according to the fda, some tuna was shipped in the middle of may and it tested positive tore hepatitis a. -- for pep titis a. several cases of the -- hepatitis a. several cases were shipped to california, and texas and new york. we want to put a map on the screen which shows you the five bay area restaurants that got the possibly infected cases of tuna. all of them have been asked to stop serving that recalled fish. possible signs of hepatitis a include fatigue and abdominal pain. and if you have eaten at one of the restaurants, and you think you might be infected, you should see a doctor immediately. 9:07. your time. residents in south san francisco, getting up very early this morning to pick up free cases of bottled water due to safety of their own tap
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water back home. someone broke up on the water facility up on the hill there friday morning and vandalized one of the storage tanks. graffiti spray painted on outside of the tank. they think it might be gang- related. and the water sample shows no contamination. but officials are waiting for the results. of more sophisticated testing. before they allow people to drink any of the water or use it for cooking, too. about a thousand households affected in the sunshine gardens neighborhood of the city. >> i have been here 52 years. and never seen this happen. >> vandalism. >> yes. >> that's what i heard. >> does that surprise you? >> not in this world today. nothing surprises me. nothing. >> cal water started giving away the free bottled water yesterday. and resumed it about an hour ago this morning. affected customers can pick up the bottled water near the intersection of chestnut and commercial avenues. and results of the water tests should come back later today. but as a precaution, water mains are being flushed and water is being dumped out. the waterway in dublin is set to reopen today. one week since a 10-year-old
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boy was thrown from one of the slides there. during the park's grand opening. and this is the video. we want to show you, it was taken by a photographer at the east bay times and you can see the boy flies off the end of the slide and on to the concrete. the emerald plunge slide. the little boy walked away with just a few scratches but it did launch this whole security, or safety discussion, rather. and the city says that investigation is still ongoing. and that slide in particular is going to remain closed indefinitely. and now, the park had already been scheduled to close for four days after the grand opening. and starting today. it will be open every day. until august 13. comedian kathy griffin went on the offensive friday following the backlash she has gotten because of a picture she posted showing a severed and bloodied head of president trump. when she spoke yesterday along with her attorney she says president trump is using his power to target her and trying to ruin her life. and she also said that she has been getting death threats but even , so she will not stop --
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but even so, she will not stop what she is doing. >> i have dealt with older white guys trying to keep me down my whole career. >> she has apologized for the picture but still facing major backlash. many of the upcoming comedy shows have been canceled including napa, grass valley and carmel. she has also lost an endorsement deal. well, the new warm springs bart station in fremont will be closed this weekend. bart says crews will be doing critical work testing new software for the plant extension down south into san jose. there will be a free bus running every 15 to 20 minutes, between the warm springs and fremont stations. and bart says people should add an extra half hour on to the trip. if you're traveling that way. and another weekend closure, also planned sometime this summer. but bart says the date has not been set just yet. hundreds of volunteers and gun violence survivors marching across the golden gate bridge
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to honor national gun violence awareness day. the second annual wear orange march will start at 9:30 this morning. in a few minutes. on the san francisco side. and the group will then march across the bridge for a program on the marin side. that will kick off at 11:00. more than 250 other wear orange events are happening this weekend all across the country. a child care advocate in a bay area city calls for an increase in the city's budget for early care and education. find out how the extra gunding would benefit workers -- funding would benefit workers. >> and sports arenas and stadiums may soon have to pick up the bill when it comes to extra public transportation. we will tell you what it all means coming up.
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good saturday morning. time now is 9:14. the director wants me to sing. and it is too early for me, guys. >> come on, mark. >> welcome to our world. >> rose mary sings every saturday. and dances. >> come on. we are waiting for it. >> a little extra. >> come on. [ laughter ] >> thinking about it. a few high clouds out there. lots of clouds near the coast and near the bay and we will talk about the weekend outlook coming up. >> and the good news is mark, have you 45 minutes. >> okay. i'm warming up. >> we are waiting for it. >> break it out. 9:14 on the clock. this morning, defense secretary
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james mattis is speaking at an international security conference in singapore and called north korea a clear and the present danger to the world. >> we cannot ignore the challenges that you and i know we face. as vice president pence stated, the most urgent and dangerous threat to peace and security in the asia-pacific is north korea. north korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them is not new, but the regime has increased the pace and the scope of its efforts. >> before the speech, he met with the australian prime minister and he is trying to assure all of america's allies in the asia-pacific region that the trump administration will protect their interests. the defense ministers and experts from 40 nations in the region are at a three day security summit. 9:15 your time. the u.s. is leading another effort to apply more pressure on north korea. the u.n. security council expanded targeted sanctions against the north, after pyongyang's repeated missile tests. and resolution has the support
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of north korea's only major ally, that would be china. the trump administration has been pressing china to reign in north korea and slow down the missile program. the sanctions involve banning international travel, and freezing their assets, of a group of north korean military officers at a north korean bank. and back to the bay area. south bay sports arenas and stadiums may soon be forced to pay for extra public transportation for special events. as ktvu jessy gary reports the valley transportation authorities that decided to start billing for extra buses and light rail vehicles. >> we are in a position where we have to re-evaluate and examine everything we can that is costing us extra money. >> the you fork euphoric blow from u2 blew off weeks ago but the transportation bill remains. officials say some 6,000 concert-goers used the agency's light rail to get to and from levi stadium. the cost $61,000.
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which has not been paid by the tenant. the san francisco 49ers. last night, the agency's board voted to start billing all venue operators, in santa clara county, for the extra buses, light rail trains, and personnel, used for events. >> score! >> that includes the sap center games and shows. and soccer matches at the stadium. yes, the goal is to stop the vta from bleeding red ink. >> the issue is that extra service, the extra service costs us a lot of money. and so we've got find other ways to pay for it. >> stacy ross says on average, it costs the vta between 50 and $60,000 per event. a projected deficit won't be helped by shelling out that kind of cash. especially for the 49ers. who have eight regular season home games even year. city council member teresa o'neill is floating the idea of additional fees as a solution. >> have a fee that could either be paid by the tenant or whoever is promoting the event.
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i am willing to look at don'ting things like possibly -- at doing things like possibly putting a surcharge on the cost of parking. >> the 49ers cite productive discussions this week with the parties involved and declined to talk on camera. we don't want to negotiate this in the press reads a statement from the team spokesman bob lang. we are working behind the scenes. for an equitable solution. vta officials say they are spending a bill over to the stadium authority, for the u2 cost, but it is unclear if they are going to find what they are looking for. ♪ >> jessy garrett, fox 2 news. >> well, it is a brave new world, isn't it? >> it is all about the bottom line. everywhere you go. >> yes. >> getting people, lots of people, moving them in the most efficient way. all right, 9:18. there is a little music at the end of that story. >> yes. >> segues right to mark's personal concert and dance-off. [ laughter ] >> he is still thinking about it. >> still thinking about it. >> yes, the forecasting is lard enough, right? >> no pressure. >> pressure is on.
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>> and talking about the weather for today, we have lots of clouds and the fog in place and higher clouds working their way back into the bay area. it is kind of filtered sunshine. especially in the south. ♪ >> an easy song. >> i need the actual real microphone. >> how about we bring in margaritas. >> that's the first step. >> and here we go, though, the forecast -- it turns out to be a nice day. looking out toward san jose. and a few high clouds, in fact the clouds beginning to lift in the portions of the santa clara valley. and some of the overcast, a good portion, and you will notice the moisture being directed toward us, and we have maybe the filtered sunshine this afternoon, and a little bit of some green showing up on the radar. it could be some sprinkles offshore. but for the most part, we are just expecting partly cloudy skies. later on today. by mid afternoon. san francisco, 54. lots of 60s for san jose and fremont and livermore, 61. and santa rosa, 58 degrees. and here is a look at our forecast, for today. partly cloudy. looking out toward the gloomy
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skies though. over san francisco bay. over the bay bridge. so we still have solid fog here. out towards san francisco. and that will probably mix out by at least early afternoon, or mid afternoon. and we should have more partly cloudy conditions out there. and the temperatures for today, keeping it cool, coast-side. and low 60s there. around the bay, and either side of 70 degrees. and inland, and the mid-80s. and in san francisco this morning, 10:00 a.m., mostly cloudy skies. and 56, and then into the afternoon, hours, by 1:00, we are expecting partly sunny skies. and same deal, probably a little bit more sunshine, by 4:00, later on today, 67 degrees. here is a look at our highs for your saturday afternoon. and these numbers are coming down a little bit from yesterday's readings. santa rosa, 82. and fairfield, 82 as well. you will see san rafael and kenfield both in the upper 70s and marin county, later on today. and near 70 for oakland and hayward and as you work your way inlarpd -- inlarpd, 80s by archt yock and brentwood. and a forecast high of 78. and cupertino, 78 as well.
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and here out toward san francisco, still solid fog. all morning long and that should begin to lift into the afternoon hours. and they will be a gradual process. but at least we will have the fog the next two or three hours. the five-day forecast ahead, the temperatures do cool off into sunday. warm back up nicely into monday and tuesday. tuesday, probably one of the warmest days of the week. and then partly cloudy skies, by wednesday. and then could be talking about some shower chances, thursday. so keep an eye on that, especially up in the north bay. and when is the last time it rained? >> it has been a while? >> probably about three weeks ago, would he had a weak system move in across the area. actually, i should take that back, the other day. the other day, i woke up and it was wet outside. >> a little bit. >> light shower activity. i think it was wednesday morning. >> i said what is that? what is that wet stuff on the ground? >> go back last winter. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> i think we will recall. >> mark, thank you. well, a young graduate of the u.s. air force academy already making a significant contribution. >> yes, to the nation's war
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streamed online. the dark stylized look of the fox series gotham includes a very chic wardrobe especially for the vallen. -- villain. ashley has a look behind the scenes at some of the signature outfits. >> hello. >> the dark stylized look of gotham includes its chic wardrobe, particularly for the always fashionable villain. >> costume designer john glazer gave us a behind the scenes peek at some of the signature outfits. >> this is penguin's closet. and you will remember certain things. and his suits go from dark but as they became the mayor, they became more purple. like this. and he lost his flamboyant monkey fee and multicolored
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coat and became a little more mayoral. >> this is enigma's closet. and before enigma started to transform into the rid ler, his suits were green, but they were just dark shades of green. a little more realistic. as he started turning into the riddler, we started here and we went to here, and we went to here, and went to that green, and now, he is this. >> wow. >> i will glisten and glitter all over gotham city. >> and the potpourri of many things, tabatha, she, too, started off with lots of sparkle. and lots of studs. but now, she too has fallen into a classic look. >> and there is a specific evolution to these fashions. >> if you look at comic books and how they are painted, we also try to paint all of the
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clothes so that they go from light to dark. and we don't see it on everything, but as much as we can, we paint. and even like the darkened uniforms. and when we choose fabrics, we try to choose things that go from light to dark. so we are kind of mirroring the comic book look. >> see how they get in style for the season three finale of gotham june 5. on fox. in new york, ashley dvorkin, fox news. >> just wish i had a closet that big. >> don't we all. [ laughter ] >> no kidding. 9:27 on the clock. mushrooms in the bay area. poisoning more than a dozen people. the new report released by the cdc. more on that, in our 9:30 hour.
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it means, anywhere. in a car? yep. oof. but not like that. like this. oooh, family boat trip! yeah. and check this, record as many shows as you want. what? what? i just got chills. i know! tv, like, made for us. finally! finally. yeah. finally. ♪ wait, that's way cheaper than cable. i will guarantee, i bet not one of those cars is listed. >> i can't wait to get on the road again. >> and some are coming in. some are taking off. >> the golden gate bridge. we talk about fog. the forecast in the 80s. but this is the bay area. so we are going to deal with a little fog. and make you put on a few layers so that you are hot and then comfortable. >> that's right. >> and this is san francisco.
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>> and these are the mornings that fool you if you don't list ton mornings on 2 and then listen to -- don't watch mornings on 2 and then listen to mark. >> june this time of the year is when the fog rolls in for a couple of months, three months. >> we call the forecasters, june gloom, it seems like for centuries we have been calling it that. and a lot of options here in the bay area. with temperatures mid-50s, coastside right now and reaching the low 60s. here we go, just up above that fog bank, looking up to mount tam, you can see east peak there and high clouds cruising overhead. we kind of have a variety pack in terms of clouds and fog and then some scattered high clouds as well. here is the satellite perspective, and the clouds continue to stream in from the pacific. a little bit of some green showing up on the radar as well. most of this is out to the west. and really not reaching the ground in terms of rainfall. and here we go, with the satellite, and we do have some clearing starting to take place, and that is in the south bay. san jose, and morgan hill, and
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gilroy. and updating the current numbers, pretty mild out there, and at least away from the coastline, and talking about upper 50s, to the low 60s right now, and we have novato checking in at 61. and fremont, 63. and san jose, 61 degrees. at last check. and here is the overall weather story for today. partly cloudy but still solid overcast, solid fog, near the coast and near the bay. and it will have an impact on temperatures, take your pick. low 60s there, near the shoreline around the bay, on either side of 70. inland neighbors approach the low to mid-80s but most areas today will be a bit cooler than yesterday. so a little bit of a dropoff in the numbers all weekend long. and for this morning, mostly cloudy skies, and here is the eventual temperature range later on today. by 4:00. and 60 to 85. with skies becoming partly cloudy and we could still have patchy coastal fog hanging out into the afternoon hours. and the temperatures, ranging as we showed you, and take a look at some of the highs for you right now, san francisco, 67. and concord, 84. and san jose, in the upper 70s, 78 degrees, and we will talk more about the weekend outlook
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for your sunday, a few more changes for the second half of the weekend, more on that in a few minutes. >> mark, thank you sir. and an order remains in effect at this hour in a neighborhood in south san francisco. not to drink the tap water. >> someone vandalized the giant water storage tank. there is concern that the water could be contaminated. christian has more from south san francisco, where this morning, free cases of bottled water were being given away. >> they are now starting to distribute water here at 92 chestnut. in south san francisco. and making sure that residents get the water they need. after that incident where vandals targeted cal water facilities here, and in the last hour or so, i was able to contact a spokesperson for cal water and he was able to offer the latest on progress to check the water. now again, this was all discovered yesterday morning at 10:00. and police were summoned to the cal water facility on hillside boulevard at around 10:00 in the morning and investigators discovered that vandals had cut several locks and climbed a
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water tank and sprayed the letters f and m on the cal water tank. despite no obvious signs of contamination, water officials are proceeding with caution and telling residents to avoid the water and telling people to use bottled water for drinking and cooking. in all, about 1,000 customers are affected. initial testing did not reveal signs of contamination. more comprehensive test results due around 3:00 or 4:00 this afternoon. water officials clair collar fyked that the water -- clarified that the water in the tank has not been dumped and instead the water has been isolated and tested further. and once they finish the test, they may very well release that water, back into the system. once they have those more comprehensive test results to see exactly how that water is doing. meanwhile, residents have asked about security at the site. we have talked with the cal water officials. they say this morning that there were several security layers in place. they say somehow, those vandals
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managed to get past those security layers. and get to that water tank. and now, they are saying that they are reviewing their security procedures. and meanwhile, police are continuing their investigation. in south san francisco, christian captain, ktvu fox 2 news. >> all right, thank you. and a new siren is being tested at the oroville dam spillway. the old siren got washed a way during the emergency back in february with all of the flooding. the purpose of the siren is to alert workers during an emergency. the first test happened yesterday and more tests the first friday of every month. and crews continue to chip away at the damaged spillway. a team of engineers say given the department of water resources, 24 recommendations, to prepare the spillway for a temporary fix, ahead of flood season in the fall. well, there is a call for the city of san francisco to increase funding for child care. advocates say city leaders should add $10 million per year for early childhood, or early child care and education programs. advocates say the extra money should go to boost the pay for
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worker's wages. early educators on average earn $19.28 an hour. $7.50 below what is considered self sufficiency wages for a single person living in san francisco. some head start workers say they can't afford to live in san francisco anymore. time is 9:36. and many remain outspoken about president trump's plan to pull the u.s. out of the paris climate agreement. >> one man can't stop our clean energy revolution and one man can go back in time. only i can do that. >> almost every major american city in the past 24 hours, has decided if washington is not going to do it, we will. >> leaders from france and italy and germany are saying they will not renegotiate the global pact. the head of the environmental protection agency scott pruitt is defending the decision. >> it was a failed deal to begin with. it only reduced the temperature by less than 0.2 of one degree. >> a group of environmentalists
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held a rally outside the federal building in san francisco, against the president's decision to leave the accord. yesterday they say they reject his argument the deal would cost the united states jobs. instead, they say a clean energy act creates jobs and protects future generations. >> we are isolating ourselves from the rest of the world and we are endangering the planet. trump doesn't care about our droughts, our wildfires, our air, our water. but we do. and we actually are going to have to take action. >> governors from six states are announcing they are joining the new u.s. climate alliance which launched earlier this week by governors out of california, new york, and washington. well, two bills designed to help police officers and veterans are laws this morning. >> our duty as americans is to honor their service and sacrifice. and to protect those who protect us. >> i am proud to sign two laws to help fulfill that very, very
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sacred commitment. >> the first law will give priority for federal grants to law enforcement agencies, to hire and train veterans, the second law is taking stepping to reduce the backlog of families wanting to get approval for survivor benefits. after their loved one is killed in the line of duty. president trump says it is unacceptable that injured officers that have suffered and as children of fallen officers have had to put their dreams of college on hold. a very special moment for a bay area boy here, from oklahoma, who absolutely loves everything about bart. yesterday, he got a treat that he will never soon forget. he got a chance to go behind the scenes and even announce his favorite station over the intercom. the 11-year-old has been blind since he was two. and as paul chambers reports, that caught the attention of a very generous stranger. >> diane and her son gio are frequent bart riders, and hopping on board is one of the 11-year-old's favorite things to do, all started nine years ago when gio had surgery and in a coma for six or seven days.
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>> there is a bart train that goes by children's hospital. and when he woke up, he would just ask everyone to be really really quiet and we try to listen for the sound of bart. >> when he was two, he was diagnosed with a genetic condition that is present at birth and can affect anyone. since his diagnosis, he has had two surgeries. >> he had calcium issues. and his bones absorbed too much calcium. which made him stop growing and his brain continued to grow. so it busted the nerves in his eyes and he went blind. >> it is through his experience as a blind child that his mother is reliving her life which took a change memorial day weekend when a total stranger that gio met on bart showed an enormous act of kindness. >> the gentleman offered to give gio a gift and we took the gift and the doors shut and we looked at the ticket and it was a very generous tickets. >> more than $100 for gio to ride the rails but the family didn't get to say thank you and she reached out looking for the
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man and that's where we came in. i contacted bart which is not only helping look for the generous stranger but giving gio the time of his life. >> we were thinking we got to reach out to this family and offer gio this real cool bart experience. >> gio took me around bart where he had the opportunity to meet the new police chief. who gave him a badge. he then met one of bart's canines and then it was off to the operation control center where geo got to show off some of his knowledge. >> pittsburg does not come here. >> he is right. >> and then there is something where he wanted to dot -- to do the most. >> we are in the front, geo. >> he got to announce his favorite stop. and to the airport. for the return trip. although this is a day gio will never forget, his mom still holds out hope to meet the man who started this all, from a small act of kindness. >> in oakland, i'm paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. >> time now is 9:40. a new report from the centers
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for disease control raises the number of people who were poisoned from eating deaf cap mushrooms in the bay area to 14 and most recovered but three of the victims needed liver transplants including an 18- month-old girl who suffered permanent neurological damage. and now in december we told you how the wet winter made for an abundant crop of muss rooms and the death cap closely resembled edible wild mushrooms. the warriors are lending a land in the community. not like they have stuff to do. >> they have a few things on their mind. but boy are they giving back in a big way to an oakland middle school. we will tell you what the warriors were up to yesterday when we come back.
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♪>> it is saturday morning. interesting perspective from nasa. there we are. okay. look at that. beautiful. >> yes, strategically planned. >> yes. >> a live look closer to earth. on earth, we have lots of fog at the golden gate bridge. in fact, very zence. you can't even see the south tower here. areas of fog, near the coast. some higher clouds as well. we will let you know what that means for your saturday forecast. all coming up in a little bit. and well, a group of golden state wars players spent time giving back to their community. >> i didn't think i would be gm of the warriors. no way. so there is no reason why one of you guys can't do that too. we take great pride. >> and that was the gm bob myers helping to kick things off with an inspirational message at an nba cares event
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at west lake middle school in oakland. and on hand the oakland mayor and the nba commissioner adam silver as well as five warriors players. a new area inside the school that will provide kids with a safe place to play and learn. >> the times are fleeting. but this will be -- the fimes are fleeting. but this will be here 365 days a year. and players of the league, executives in the league, we got here through hard work and here is place where you can be committed, and you can play with other kids, you can learn, you can play hoops, all of those things come together in one great place. >> and see the things that you can watch on tv, and a little kid, it is a dream come true for me to be in the nba and to share my dream with these kids and to see how excited they are to see us as nba players. i mean i didn't really get a chance to meet that many nba players growing up. to experience it with the kids, it is exciting. >> so exciting for them. how about this for exciting? how about playing video games with ian clark. and what did they play? >> they played a little hoops.
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>> and then play ping pong with avail mcgee. >> and they got food. and wanda durant, there she is right there, she actually made snacks herself. and brought those to the event. >> so she had a lot of fun in game one. and tall. so is her son. one team worst than the giants, that would be the phillies. and the giants happened to be in the philly area last night and that was a good thing. and did a hammer job. brandon bell beats the shiv. a little hot chop under caesar hernandez's arch span. he had four hits by the way. giants up 1-0. more to come. top of the 2nd. edwardo nunes with a single down the left field side. and he walked three times. and pitched the giants first shutout of the year. complete game. and stanford product austin slater, welcome to the big leagues. the first major league hit and rbi and mom and dad say bravo. nice stuff. it was a laugher.
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giants over the phils 10-0. the final. and no such luck for the a's on the other side of a lopsided score. and nationals at the coliseum. they scored a ton. and michael taylor says ouch. long ball. 1-0 nats. and a little d. and ryan haily looking for a little love in the outfield. seeing none. and a great catch across the body. a 20-hit game for the nats. another homer here. and daniel murphy goes yards. and oakland gets them blasted out of the coliseum, 13-3 the final. and to the college ranks, stanford must win three straight games this weekend. or they will be eliminated from the ncaa baseball tournament. and head coach mark marquez is stepping down. he has been at the helm for 41 years. his team must keep winning to stay in the tournament though and keep him from retirement. and a little bit longer. stanford lost to cal state fullerton last night, 4-1. and it is a double elimination tourney, and the cardinals, they got to beat byu at sunken diamond this affect, and then win two in a row, against
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fullerton, to advance to the weekend super regionals. so go cardinals. a young graduate of the air force academy has made a concoction using water and corn starch that she says can stop a bullet. 21-year-old haily weir says she got the idea in a chemistry class at the academy. so to test out the concept she poured water in a corn starch and a blix of anti-ballistics materials and asked his professor to put his finger into the mixture with force. >> i jammed my finger into this bowl and i almost broke my finger. it did not penetrate into the liquid. >> the concept of going out there and stopping a bullet was something that we had made in a chemistry lab. that is a really spark of the interest for me. >> testing proved very successful. and weir says they need to do more to prove that the mixture can be used one day. she just graduated from the academy last month by the way. and has already applied for a patent for that. >> i bet she has. >> yes. >> and the air force is funding the research.
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and they say it will be much, much lighter, if it works, as a bullet proof vest than the invest, two-thirds lighter than the ones now. so that will make a very, very big difference. >> who knew. >> yes. >> and military and police officers. >> yes. >> corn starch. >> corn starch. >> what a concept. and let's kick it over to mark who is in for rose mary today on what looks like a pretty good weekend. got a little fog to deal with. but all good. >> some fog and higher clouds. a little cooler than yesterday. so the temperatures are trending down a little bit this weekend. for saturday, and especially as we head toward your sunday. but as frank mentioned, yes, lots of fog near the coast. and still over the bay, here is our live camera looking out over the golden gate bridge and you can barely pick out the south tower there, but it is out there. lots of fog. in fact, we actually had clear skies here, all day, friday, but look what happened, the fog making a comeback, and inland, we have some higher clouds working their way back into the area. so you can see the clouds streaming into central california. approaching the bay area. and we do have more breaks in the clouds though. each in the south bay. we have some more -- even in
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the south bay. we have more filtered sunshine for san jose and gill roadway and morgan hill. more overcast to san francisco and novato. coming in closer right now, and we will show you some of the current numbers out there right now, san jose, 61. and it is pretty mild. we could feel it a little muggy out there as well for your saturday. walnut creek. 60. and santa rosa in the upper 50s. 58 degrees. and here is the deal. as we head toward the afternoon hours. skies becoming partly sunny. and we could still have some patchy fog, and still hanging out near parts of the coastline, into the early portion of your saturday afternoon, and temperatures ranging from the low 60s, coast side, and warmest locations, inland, back up into the low to mid-80s. and so once again, we have a flow moving in from the pacific for today, and this guy, this area of low pressure, it moves in on sunday, and this will cool us off, and will actually reinforce the cooling, as we head toward sunday, and once it moves out, we are talking about a nice little warmup monday and tuesday. and then guess what? we could be talking about some more shower chances, next week. and here is the forecast model,
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and monday and tuesday and wednesday. look what happens in thursday. some green showing up here. fairly good showers up to humbolt county. and for us, some clouds and possibility of some showers on thursday. and best chances in the north bay and south bay, probably just some clouds out there. temperatures for this afternoon, lower 80s out towards santa rosa. and saint helena and sonoma. around the bay, 70 degrees. heading inland, some 80s. and as we mentioned today, a little cooler than yesterday. we will cool things off probably on average about three to six degrees cooler than friday's readings. san jose, 78. san francisco, 67 degrees. socked in right now. in the early portion of the afternoon. it should be a different story. a look ahead. the five-day forecast, we will cool things off into sunday. and a little bit of a spike in the numbers by monday and tuesday. and partly cloudy into wednesday. and then we will see if the forecast models hold on to that, the shower chance, for thursday, and might be adding that, especially in the north bay. but at least we don't have to worry about any raindrops.
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>> we need a day or two to commit on that. >> we need a day or two to commit on that. >> because these models, they actually, i was looking back to last winter, they did such a wonderful job forecasting the intense storms and we have seen some improvements over the past few years it seems like. >> gotcha. >> thanks, mark. >> thank you. >> stay with us. qeerkz. we'll be right back.
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a short time ago vallejo police have announced they have launched a homicide investigation into an early
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morning shooting after midnight. officers responded to a report to gunfire at core cran avenue just east of highway 29 and north on 37 as you can see there, on the map. when police arrived they say they found evidence of a crime scene but no victims. investigators later learned that the man had driven to the hospital, in a private vehicle. and suffered from a gunshot wound. and died at the hospital. his name is not being released until family is notified. no arrests have been made. funeral will be held in georgia for southern rocker craig allman today. former president jimmy carter plans to be in attendance at the private event. and greg allman of course part of the allman brothers band winning multiple grammies and being inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame and died a week ago due to complications from liver cancer. he was 29. a young man from pleasanton graduated from high school despite a rare genetic disease that doctors said he would not
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survive. >> roman perkins beat the odds 18 years after our first story aired about him. >> getting ready for graduation took years of hard work for roman perkins. with the help of his two brothers, he proudly prepares for the ceremony at the high school. >> this day, symbolizes goals accomplished. and in the face of many challenges. >> i always try my best. and as long as i try my best, i can go as far as i want to. >> a lesson he said he learned from living with hurler's syndrome. a rare genetic disease. he is missing an important enzyme. a condition that can lead to death in the first few years of a child's life. >> say cheese. >> we first met roman in 1999, when he was only 10 months old. after he received a bone marrow transplant. a treatment that saved his life but it is not a cure. experts say many children with hurler's die before they turn 10 years old. >> but roman beat the odds. in january, he turned 18. and he says graduation day is a
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milestone he fought hard to reach. >> graduation is a big accomplishment. because i was told that i should be in special classes, but i demanded to stay in the normal ones because i am new, and i am able to overcome. >> roman perkins. >> roman is graduating with a 3.1 grade point average. despite having problems seeing, hearing, talking, and walking. he says he overcame these challenges by refusing to give up. >> i never thought i would see this day. i didn't. he makes you stop and kind of appreciate things. >> what a great story. >> blessing. >> and a great note to end our newscast here on mornings on 2, 80s today, and enjoy the day, and there it is, up on the screen, and cherry festival in san leandro under way. >> and cooler tomorrow. >> not bad.
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a little foggy and about 11:15 or so. not holding you to it. >> and holding to you the minute. >> look at the golden gate bridge. >> and thanks for joining us this morning. >> all of the news on social media, ktvu.com. there is that bridge. 11:15, mark says, 11:15, we will see it. >> let's do this again tomorrow. have a great day, everyone.
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- [emily calandrelli] on this episode of exploration: outer space. robots are leading the way for deep space exploration. on mars they can take core samples from rocks. - the history of the planet is written in its rocks and its soil. - [emily] students are getting in on the fun by programming robots called swarmies. - so it's a robot competition. but we're really after revolutionizing space exploration. - [emily] robots are also building rockets made of composite material. - but as you go on these longer duration deep-space missions, every pound, every ounce is critical. - [emily] join us as we see how robots are helping us explore mars and beyond. (futuristic sound) welcome to exploration: outer space. i'm emily calandrelli. there are plans in the works to one day send astronauts to mars. but how safe will it be?

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