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welcome to morning sun 2. it is a debate june 10. thank you for waking up with us. it is a saturday. explosive start. we will have a good finish. we have some stories to talk about the fall we kick off the forecast. we will talk about an attack on a 13-year-old boy that happened outside a public library. 3 investigators think it was random. we will take you through what happened. we will tell you how he is doing as well. the latest between james comey and president. trump. but congress is asking for this morning. more of the president's reaction on the week that was when he is calling for the fbi director a leader and a liar.
we will tell you what his personal attorney might be doing very soon. there will be no sleep for the warriors. they are on their way back home for game five on monday night. i was sad that i really think it is an opportunity. a golden opportunity to close this thing out at home. it was a very frustrating game to watch. a lot of people said about the officiating. it is one of those games where -- it got heated. >> when you give up to 24 -- >> we will give them that one game. >> i think i might have just the whole thing. i took today off and suspending
the parade.>> we will bring it home. outside the doors at this hour we have more clearing than yesterday. because of it -- no delays at this time. you can see blue skies and to san francisco this morning. temperatures running a little bit cool. for your afternoon today a little cool for this time of year. still very mild. a chance of a few showers. you can see a few clouds over the hills. 48 in santa rosa. 53 to start the morning in san francisco. oakland 58. san jose 54. temperatures are cooler with the skies. down by nine -- 9 degrees in fairfield. around the bay down by a few degrees. a cooler start. with the sunshine bishop feel better. the ones remain on shore. a light breeze in fairfield.
oakland -- 13 miles per hour. as we go to the satellite and radar you can see the clouds just a few piled up against the coastline. it will have piled into areas like lake county in the north bay. a chance of showers. stopping at noon time you see for the north we have the blue popping up over lake county. it wants to go all the way down to the north edge of sonoma county into the afternoon. we're looking at mostly clear skies and partly cloudy for your afternoon for the central and south bay. in the north bay a slight chance of a few showers. take a look the color coding. a lot of green indicating a lot of 60s. well inland a few low 70s. a look at the afternoon highs in details for today. take a look at the extended forecast coming up. read with police investigating an officer involved shooting. >> kristen is live on it scene.
witnesses say it started as a chase. i understand it ended with gunfire.>> reporter: the story still developing. in the last minute a pair of police officers walk out of his home behind me. you get a sense of the damage and what might have happened last night. there is damage to the truck. damage to the front of the house. you can see what appears to be two bullet holes. we have video of what happened overnight. according to the east county today to start it with the police chase last night. that chase ended near the intersection of birchwood and garron parkway. with the suspect vehicle crashing into this home. the men in the vehicle and the police were shooting back and forth with each other. one of the suspects was hit. >> we have one person was shot by the officer. his condition i cannot release
right now. >> coming back to our live picture. we don't have a lot more information about the condition of that individual or another man in that vehicle. investigators will be investigating this incident. we are hoping to learn more about the incident as the morning progresses. you can see those officers just now leaving the scene. clearly the incident still under investigation. we're hoping to gain more information as the day progresses about this incident. hoping to learn why they were chasing these individuals in the first place. at this point we are hoping to also speak with the homeowner here. the resident to find out what they have to say. it must've been an incredible story of this chase and shoot out right in their front yard. some more information
coming out regarding a crash last night that injured to san francisco police officer near ocean beach. it overturned -- it happened before 8 pm. along the great highway to the beach chalet restaurant. officials say the impact of the crash deployed the airpacks. both officers were taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. no other vehicles were involved with the accident. it blocked both directions throughout the evening. a 13-year-old boy will make a full recovery after being -- outside the public library and what appears to be a random attack. a 40-year-old homeless man's the boys several times with a pocket knife at about to death 30 yesterday afternoon. the suspect was taken into custody. they still don't have a motive. >> without any sign a reason it just began to stab him with a pocket knife. as a result of the stabbing the
teenager sustained injuries to both of his arms. >> the 13-year-old boy is a student at taylor middle school. happening today to competing rallies are planned in santa clara at the border with san jose. one is against islamic sharia law. but the other in support of the muslim community. rallies planned on opposite lives of the street and winchester avenue and stevens creek boulevard. it is one of about 30 nationwide. organized by the group asked for america. the group says his goal is to fight islamic extremism. members of the council of american islamic relations they asked for america is the anti- muslim group spreading hate. police will be prepared for both rallies. we don't anticipate problems. we want to keep the peace and protect everyone's first amendment right. >> both of the rallies one from 11 am this morning until 3 pm.
legal trouble for a contra costa dist. atty. legal trouble for a contra costa dist. atty. peterson. state agents carried out a search warrant in a criminal investigation. sources tell us ages detained -- such as office. peterson was not arrested. this follows a civil grand jury recommendation that peterson should be removed from office. he admitted in december of spending more than $66,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses. than the wes county jail are moving forward. the board of state and community corrections voted to approve a $70 million grant for the project. supporters they a 400 bed jail expansion enrichment will help alleviate overcrowding at the martinez jail. critics would rather use the money for rehabilitation programs and treatment centers. warrior fans are looking at the bright side of things. the team will not go undefeated. they will have a chance to get an mba title in front of their
hometown fans on monday night. >> that side of the doubt. lebron james had a triple- double. they avoided elimination. 137-116. tyree irving -- had 40. the semifinals record with 24 three-pointers. not to mention a 49 point first quarter. kevin durant scored 35. the warriors could never overcome that first quarter. >> it was just an emotional game. it is the finals. they were down 3-zero. we knew they were going to come out and fight. there was a lot of fight in intensity. >> both teams want to put themselves in the record books. put themselves in basketball history. we tried to do whatever it takes to went. >> game 4 was by far the most
physical in the series. the referees call technicals on six players in the head coach. there was a mixup with so many people getting teed up. green picked up to. an automatic ejection. the first technical was actually on the coach. coach carter -- and pretty much everyone else -- >> he stayed in the game. stay tuned we will check in with -- still in cleveland. we will chat about the game. he was at last night's game. >> it was frustrating. they are coming back. >> you want them -- last year the game -- let's have a go at different way. if you want to go see it tickets go on sale today. the start at 10 am.
on the season-ticket waiting list you can get a chance at noon. members of the warriors insiders club who have american express credit card can buy tickets at 2 pm. followed by all club members at 3 pm. if there is anything left over -- the general public can get those tickets at 5 pm. we will put information on the website. or you can just watch it on tv. >> it is okay to watch it on tv. >> i prefer it. you miss a lot when you go there. >> they are coming home. i'm glad they one game 3. that would've been scary. >> a memorial service for a little girl who died more than 100 years ago. the ceremony to remember her after she was found by construction crews last year in san francisco. president clinton spent on james comey's testimony before
good morning. happy saturday to you. isn't that a glorious view this morning? partly cloudy skies. temperatures running cool for this time of year. there is a slight chance of a few scattered showers. i will have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. now to the investigation into ties between russia and the trump administration. congress is asking this man james comey to turn over all of his memos of his meetings with the president. they also requested the white house for any records from
those meetings. including if there are any audio recordings. president. trump is calling comey a leaker and a liar. >> no collusion and no obstruction. he is a leaker. but we want to get back to running our great country. >> i think he abuse power. there is no question. he abuse power. whether he obstructed justice remains for the fact to come forward.>> several news outlets reporting president. trump's personal attorney will file a complaint against comey the senate judiciary committee at the justice department's office of inspector general. it will involve his testimony thursday on capitol hill he had a friend pass on information to the new york times. a law professor about his memos detailing conversations with mr. trump. the administration trying to change the conversation in the russian investigation to legislative agenda. trump went to the transportation department to
talk about curbing regulations to allow for more infrastructure improvement projects. but dramatic affect he showed up -- study after study. and tossed them aside to make the point now is the time to improve the nation's roads and bridges and dams. >> it is time to start building our country. with american workers and with american iron and aluminum and steel. >> we will lift these restrictions and unleash the full potential of the united states of america. >> the president is proposing to spend -- he is yet to release specific details. the proposal remains a top priority. the governor. jerry brown coming to san francisco to push his efforts to fight climate change forward. >> with president. trump taking such an outlandish public -- position
he is actually-the focus on climate change. fee governor. brown stood beside germany's minister of environment yesterday to announce a joint goal -- to cut emissions by 80% below 1990 levels by the year 2050. he says california joined 11 of the state committing to the paris climate accord after trump pulled out of that agreement. it is urgent and fundamentally important. but extremely difficult. it requires heroic efforts. >> governor says california leads the nation in renewable energy. since 2015 the coal use has dropped to almost 0. let's head over to rosemary for a check up our weekend. cool for this time of year. 70s not too bad. it is going to be mild once again. we remain with the possibility of a few sprinkles.
we are outside the partly cloudy skies. for the afternoon more of the same expected. a beautiful view of the golden gate bridge towards the west. this unsettled weather disrupts the marine layer. we wake up with clear skies. that's what we're going to see today. more than likely again tomorrow. a little bit of fog and cloud cover near pacifica and half moon bay. inland a little bit right over portions of the south bay areas. stretching through gilroy. the best chance for showers will be for lake county and the north bay. here's a look at the system bringing a little bit of rain to northern california. it will bring scattered showers to the sierra as well. if you're going to be in tahoe the possibility is there. keep an eye on the forecast. thunderstorms are in the forecast for the sierra. all the way down to fort bragg along the coastline clear lake la county -- not too far off you will see a few scattered
showers in the afternoon. for the rest of us partly cloudy. a cool to mild day. 1 pm stopping it for you we can see partly cloudy skies. some of the models bring the rain down to the north edge of sonoma county. as we get into sunday start off very similar. partly cloudy skies. into the afternoon things change a little bit. the system dropping south into california could bring the possibility of sprinkles. over the higher elevations. open areas like the diablo range. for the sierra as well. in any event it is going to be a little bit cool for this time of year. a little bit breezy and damp. especially into sunday. 48 degrees santa rosa. 52 san rafael. upper 50s oakland. middle 50s to start your morning in livermore. in the east bay -- 59 antioch. 49 lafayette. 53 in morocco.
afternoon highs for today upper 60s and low 70s. 69 in the battle. these bay shoreline -- 66 oakland. before san francisco for the afternoon. we are looking at inner east bay 72 brentwood. so pay location 71 morgan hill. 70 degrees -- that chance for showers with us on sunday. things start to improve with a partly cloudy skies on monday. warming it up by tuesday. into wednesday. upper 60s for the costs. low 70s along the bay. low to middle 80s and one. happening today someone to get the biggest payday of their life. >> powerball jackpot. you have to play two when. it keeps growing at $435 million. the 10th largest jackpot ever. if there is a winner they can
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involving birth-control pills. they are pulling the 24 nationwide because of the packaging error. secondly to an unintended pregnancy. the fda's is the first four days of that. control packet half for placebo pills. as opposed to the active tablets. big difference. it will have the lot number l600518. an expiration of may 31 an expiration of may 31, 2018. because of the packaging error the lot number and expiration date of the recalled product are no longer visible. consumers who have it or think they should have it should contact their doctor. a carmaker hcde has issued two recalls. the first one covering santa fe suvs from 2013 -- 2017. their problems in the hood. the hood latches are an issue. the second recall covers models from 2015 at 2016. faulty parking brake lights.
the total recall impact 600,000 vehicles in the us. to stop a nurseries are closing up shop. are set to close san jose location become a senior housing project. rising rent is to blame for the closure of the mountain view location. you will see reduced pricing at both stores. they are both set to close by the end of october. san jose city staff members proposing the sale of more than one doesn't downtown properties to google. san jose has been trying to help google acquire land for anymore ms. tech campus. will bring up to 20,000 jobs to the area of surrounding the train station. it would also be google's largest campus. lunch with billionaire investor warren buffett has raised more than two-and-a-half million dollars. someone paid $2 million $679,000 to the get-together at a steakhouse in new york city. the winner is remaining anonymous.
he has been doing this for 18 years. his first wife is the volunteer before her death in 2004. the record for a lunch is more than three point toward million dollars. some popular video games are coming to life. nintendo and universal studios teaming up for a new theme park called super nintendo world. ground has been broken at osaka. in japan. with a donkey kong and mario kart theme rides planned. the park will be ready until 2020. you will have to travel to japan to experience your favorite nintendo characters in person. there are plans for nintendo parks in universal orlando in hollywood as well. a bizarre incident last night at disneyland is the electric parade was going on. 17 park goers were hit with poop. from a gaggle of geese that
happened to be flying overhead. it caught a lot of people by surprise. they had to call firefighters to respond to the rather messy emergency. a hazmat team was called in. they got to clean up in a private area. they all got a new set of clothes as well. that must have been -- we will leave it at that. onto some more serious news. a mother accused of art -- of abandoning her child is san francisco zoo. why she is not getting out of jail on bond.
>> we have to relish it. it will be like a holiday monday night.>> good morning. let's get a look at your weather. we already know -- >> i will be here watching it. very bummed about last night. finally some excitement. they are coming back home. >> you are the one that wanted it to be -->> you already took tuesday off. >> you jinx them. >> it was my fault. outside this morning partly cloudy skies. more sunshine for today. we're not losing. that chance. scattered showers. it will favor the north bay. a view at the warriors flag blowing in the light breeze. over san francisco.
we are looking at cool temperatures over portions of the north bay to start your day. santa rosa 48. san francisco 55. 55 livermore. san jose 54. clear skies in place. we are cooler this morning. a few degrees cooler -- the winds are on shore. we have had -- if you stepping out it could be brisk. nevada are reporting in northwest breeze at 12. oakland 13. fairfield at 10. the cloud cover not nearly as it ends up as yesterday. a little bit along the coastline. pacifica and half moon bay. san mateo bay -- over morgan hill. it is burning away. for your afternoon today partly cloudy skies. it is getting into the afternoon a little bit of blue. a little bit further than the
north bay area. lake county the possibility of scattered showers. increase all the way down to santa rosa. for the north bay you might see a sprint or a light shower. it should not be a big deal. as we get into the afternoon and evening hour more of the same. probably cloudy skies. temperatures remain on the cool side this time of year. 60 pacifica. 54 san francisco. middle to upper 60s around the bay. 60 middle to upper 60s around the bay. 64 -- upper 60s and low 70s for warmer locations. 71 antioch. temperatures may cool is a bit more. a better chance of showers for your bay area on sunday. memorial service for a little girl who story has captivated our viewers. the child died in 1876. 141 years ago. her casket and remains found by a construction crew last year in san francisco. she was recently identified as
edith how to cook. a group called the garden of innocence reburied her a green memorial park. the memorial service set for 11 am today at the cemetery. the public is invited to attend. if you're headed from the bay area to sierra you could get some delays in that trip. a mudslide shut down several lanes of highway 50. about 50 tons of debris split into the world. there is one way control traffic near riverton at alder creek road. traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction. chevron is trying to determine the source of a hazardous material spill in the bay near its refinery. it happened friday morning. they put -- to keep it from spreading. the substance is described as a
black soot like material. it is in the water alongside the refinery. >> chevron issued a statement. refinery has conducted a thorough check of his operations. it does not believe it is the source of the material in the water. they are working with the ship operators to consider other potential sources. sacramento man facing federal bank robbery charges for crimes in 1995. that includes two robberies just this year. police say 44-year-old clayton smith confessed to robbing the same bank branch in san ramon twice. once in february and once in march. they spotted his car on a security camera attract his license plate number. he told them he robbed the bank to pay off a gambling debt. is ephesus the woman accused of shoving her five- year-old out of her car and driving away has pleaded not guilty. samantha pattern appeared in court yesterday. an attorney as she be released
from custody. christina has the very latest. >> reporter: the judge denied a request to release her on her own recognizance citing public safety concerns. cameras were not allowed when she appeared before a judge in san francisco. she pleaded not guilty to two counts of child endangerment. one felony and one misdemeanor. prosecutors say witnesses saw her on monday growing items out of her car and screaming at her five-year-old daughter to get out. she did not want to be her mother anymore. she is accused of shoving the child of the parked car and driving away recklessly with her one-year-old one in the back seat. >> this child was all by herself. right by the zoo. the facts speak for themselves. >> she shook her head at the accusation telling her lawyer it wasn't true. her attorney declined to speak on camera. >> her fianci had no comment
outside of court. we found her public -- page showing pictures of her and her children. her attorneys that she is never been convicted of a violent crime. she is seeking employment. she has relatives out of state but she is not a flight risk. the five-year-old girl in one- year-old boy in the custody of child protective services. the dist. atty.'s office seeking to place them with family members. >> we looking at all possibilities. for any relatives that can care for these children. 3 she is being held on $100,000 bail. she is due back in court in two weeks. oakland mayor is proposing a big increase in spending for the homeless. it includes want -- $1 million for clean up and toilet facilities. $500,000 for a rent is right program to help keep tenants in their home. $200,000 contribution to a new navigation sensor to get people into housing.
the new funding brings the city's commitment to fighting homelessness $185 million the next two years. roughly 50% increase. a recent countdown nearly 2800 homeless people are living in oakland. 600 more than in 2015. we're learning a power outage affecting 1000 customers thursday was caused by a drone. it happened around a 15 thursday night. a witness said a man was flying a drone the crash into high- voltage wires. the outage affected 1600 people. city officials say the repairs cost tens of thousands of dollars. that's a look at the drone. police are searching for the man who was at the controls of that drone. a witness said he drove away in a white hatchback. writer should expect 20-40 minutes delays in that area. there is no service between lake merritt in fruitvale
station. they can take a free bus between fruitvale and 19th st. station for the weekend. that's according to bart. city of tampa will bring back flower power by throwing a summer of love concert. later this month. the summer solstice concert one of the 50th anniversary of the summer of love in the 60s. when crowds of hippies gathered in golden gate park -- part. the concert will feature more than 40 legendary musicians. it is being held june 21. outside the conservatory of flowers. safety fair at the fairgrounds for residents of alameda. 11 am until 3 pm. parents can get a booster seat in a bike helmet for the children. they must have a child at the event. in their car if they want a booster seat. you have to show proof of residency. you can also get a free lunch. the city of brisbane a
cookoff is taking place at the historic 7 mile house. restaurants famous -- will be challenged by other recipes. to get a $25. proceeds benefit the international -- educational tools and supplies. a 13-year-old stabbed by a stranger. the attack outside the library in the peninsula claimed on a homeless man. a warning about rushing rivers. the sierra snowpack that is making rivers more dangerous.
it is not the middle of the night. rise and shine. a nice day. we have a partly cloudy skies for today. there is a slight chance of a few short -- a few showers. it is a beautiful one. the chance for showers over the north bay. the high sierra could pick up a little bit of snow. it will not impact -- if you're driving. it will be cool and unsettled. for your weekend. here and there. the impact of a record sierra snowpack is being felt right now with the snow melts underway. the action shifted to the rivers. we suited up on the american river to feel the force of the rapids from the melting snow.>> reporter: southern california rivers are energized and flowing at levels not seen in
years. >> it was pretty fast. it was really fun. cold water. >> as the winter chill time someone it is draining from the sierra. 2 >> i had a moment of taking my breath away and looking at the snow.>> reporter: a general manager of adventure connections a rafting company along the south fork of the american river. >> his team has been preparing for stronger flows as the mountain snow melts away. >> we made it required people coming back from tahoe and over the country did a handful of training trips before they went out and started working. we require the people see the river and a bunch of different levels and get comfortable. >> we are a lot more aware of everything going on. we know it is possible for a rescue situation to arise. 3rd there might be thousands of visitors at the river. >> we have not had this every
year. if you're not familiar you need to be conservative.>> reporter: they are patrolling the stretch of the american river. his mission to survey the damage help with the rescue and educate the public. the dangers of stronger flows are apparent to areas that might appear to be safe to lead to trouble as well. >> sometimes it is deceiving. you might think it is still flat out there. now the current is moving 8 miles an hour or faster. if you throw a stick for your dog they can get swept down the river pretty fast.>> reporter: another hazard a few yards away. the trees that normally tower overhead are in the water with you. >> the water is going through the trees. you can think about spaghetti getting caught up. something simple like that. >> to see the river firsthand we're hitting the rapids ourselves. this trip will be shortened by one hour due to the stronger
flow. >> cfs cubic feet per second to describe a flow rate of a river. one basketball is one cubic foot. if you scan the river imagine 4000 water basketball cruising by every second. that's how strong it is right now. it will strengthen over the next few weeks. >> a piece of a lot. we could be looking at 10,000 cfs. >> anna weber is today's guide. she leads a safety briefing before our departure. >> stay calm and hold your breath. step number 2 is to keep your feet up. step number 3 is to swim back to the raft. >> and easy entrance to the river. the stronger rapids are about 4 miles away. joining as a safety wrapped in a kayaker. >> our guide invites us to jump into the cold water before we hit the stronger rapids. the answer is yes.
very chilly. even with the wetsuit and lifejacket my heart rate jump instantly. it was difficult to talk. >> after hearing commands like all ahead stop -- our boat was dear to the rapids by troublemaker. >> the rapids -- plenty of force. even more impressive they can easily be twice as strong as we head into the warm summer day. our journey ends here. the serene waters -- this marks the end of our trip. be strong flows will leave a long make a lasting impression. >> it has been 35 years since i have been down the river. it was great.>> a new day will
bring another round of voters of the area. there could be exciting adventures -- a boost in awareness respect and knowledge can lead to a safe day of these boiling waters. >> have you ever gone rafting like that? >> not like that. how do you know the people you are taking -- really know what they are doing? >> i have done it on colorado. you just hold on. there is a lot of safety training. hold onto the ropes. >> the guys were saying we don't know what the river is going to be. it is a little scary. >> judging from the snow in the sierra still up there it will be a while before the rivers calm down. >> it is still coming down. don't forget your --
definitely need those. >> outside at this hour a little bit cool to jump in the water today. temperatures running from the low 50s to low 70s. a view at hand san jose. partly cloudy skies. a lot of cloud cover over the hills. we remain in this unsettled pattern. another system will be dropping in bringing a chance for isolated showers tomorrow. today if you're in the north bay in lake county a very slight chance. the rest of us remain dry today. a view of a little bit of cloud cover along the coast pacifica in areas over half moon bay. down at the santa cruz is the clear. most of us at this hour partly cloudy to mostly clear. if you every system bringing rain to northern california. it will drop down over portions of lake county and the north bay. that's where cut off. the rest of us not likely to see any. you can see a little pink
indicating a rain or snow mix. high elevation snow a possibility. over the sierra. it won't impact the past on highway 50. very unsettled weather this weekend with thunderstorms the possibility for you if you are going there for your weekend. the future model will stop in the afternoon. it doesn't bring us so far down. there is a chance of cloud cover down to santa rosa. tomorrow we start off with similar conditions. partly cloudy and breezy. as we get into the afternoon you can see how the system jobs from this direction brings scattered showers. right now the higher elevations of the areas of the north bay and maybe diablo -- we will track it for you. we might see afternoon showers pop up. maybe a slight chance for thunderstorms as well. i'll site right now partly cloudy skies. 55 san francisco. upper 50s oakland. 55 livermore. santa rosa 48. along the peninsula a few more numbers. minimal part 53.
55 with five. afternoon highs six the -- 69 the battle. everyone for napa. closer to the water in san francisco 64. 60 pacifica. upper 60s (giants play today. a little bit breezy. 69 san jose. a view at the extended forecast. a chance for showers for your bay area sunday. temperatures at their coolest. on sunday. we began a rebound on monday with warmer weather tuesday. into wednesday. upper 60s at the coast. low 70s around the bay. it could feel more like june. a little bit more like summer as we get closer to the solstice. it was difficult ul to watch the game last night. >> it was tough but we have to give them one.
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feelings. the team is still on the verge of bringing home another nba title. some were quick to point the finger at the officiating. >> i feel like the refs took this one. the referees wanted another game. but we will see them back in oakland and we will take it on monday. >> most of those calls were bogus. i did not get the calls. >> i agree with him. over 1000 showed up to watch them last night in concord. across the bay area, crowds are expected again monday night, the potential clenching of game 5 at oracle arena. the warriors success over the past three years have put the odds of basketball fans on work when. their trips to the finals are hoping fuel civic pride and excited. san francisco has traditionally overshadowed oakland but the people who call oakland home are proud of their team and their town. >> great energy and camaraderie between all the people of oakland. >> having the warriors do so well in the nba finals is just
a blessing for the city. it's putting us on a national platform. we have a spotlight on oakland. >> oakland tourism officials say this year, networks made a picture of using oakland in their nba coverage. of course things change. this is a look at san francisco. there will be joined pride. >> it's a tough year for oakland. by the way, the a's and the giants lost last night. this is a new sport for folks that want to go for gold in the 2020 olympics. >> the international olympic committee has announced several new sports including three on three basketball. it's played on a half-court with only 1 and 2 point shots. the first team to 21 wins. the word on if nba players will participate.
>> it does look like fun. and it's looking more likely that los angeles and paris will be awarded olympic games international eleby committee has formally proposed picking the 2024 and 2028 olympic host cities at the same time this year. los angeles and paris are the only cities with bids left to host the games. if approved, both will be awarded in september. we will have what you need to know about getting tickets for game 5 at oracle. bay area police officers were hurt when this patrol car overturned in san francisco. new details about what may have caused the crash.
>> they know to put it my favorite shop. i love this one. those tourist came to see the golden gate bridge and what is cited as this morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, june 10. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. we have your weather which i think you can tell looks glorious right now. the forecast is coming up. first here are some of the headlines. we are following a developing story from overnight. there was an officer involved shooting in brentwood. >> we have new information from the scene about what happened. you will hear from someone on the scene and just a couple of minutes. we're watching the south bay. there are dueling protests planned for this morning. >> there will be opposite street corners and a couple of hours. those protest -- one group as part of a nationwide effort. we will have more on that coming up. and we need to talk about the warriors. the game that was but really
wasn't. doug mason will get an opportunity to to when it all if all goes well on monday night during game of 5 at home. >> you know you want tickets. they go on sale very soon. we will talk about that and have reaction to last night's lost. first let's kick it over to rosemary and find out about the weekend. it looks good at least from this vantage point. once you get outside, it's a little cool and breezy. and enjoyable weekend is in store for the bay area. we are with the possibility of a few showers over the north bay today. that will repeat tomorrow but with that said, i think you will have a nice day. 54 degrees in san francisco. or i should say, santa rosa. looking out of san francisco. san francisco checking in at 56. oakland, 60. upper 50s in livermore and san jose. with clear skies, temperatures down by 70 degrees and fair for. san jose done by 4. as far as
cloud cover, yesterday, very extensive. that is not the case today. the onshore breeze is with us. s of overreporting 16 miles an hour. 10-15 through areas like travis and the delta. here's a view of the cloud cover. a little over pacifica and half moon bay and stretching down along the coastline. earlier this morning, there was some over portions of the south bay. for saturday, partly cloudy with a chance for sprinkles. areas of the north bay and lake county in particular. the rest of us will remain dry. we will remain cool for this time of year. low 60s on the coast. low 70s for warmer locations. 66 in oakland. 69 four san jose. temperatures will fall more into the bay area sunday. the chance for scattered showers is a little more widespread. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. we begin with breaking news overseas. two american soldiers were
killed this morning and two others wounded in a surprise attack today in eastern afghanistan. officials say an afghan army soldier opened fire on u.s. service members. the afghan soldier was then killed. such inside attacks have happened before in afghanistan. in march, and other afghan soldier opened fire on foreign troops winning three american soldiers. brentwood police are investigating and officer- involved shooting. this started with the police chase around 9:45 pm and and it near birchwood road. the suspect's vehicle crashed into a truck and a home. witnesses say the man inside the vehicle and the police shot back and forth at each other. police say one of the suspects was hit. a family was inside the home when the vehicle crashed into it. >> all the sudden i heard an explosion and a hit to the house. we went upstairs and got the kids and got them on the floor. we listen to the shootout and then the cops came to the door pretty soon and that was it.
>> right now we do not know the condition of the person shot or the other man reported to be in the car. police have not said what started the chase. the brentwood police department and the contra costa county district attorney's office are both investigating. more information regarding a crash last night that injured two san francisco police officers near ocean beach pier police say the vehicle overturned after hitting an object on the road. this happen before 8 pm along the great highway near the beach chalet restaurant. officials say the impact deployed the car's air bags. the officers were both taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. no other vehicles were involved. this block both directions of the great highway for much of the evening. served a 13 with the boy is expected to recover after being stabbed outside the millbrae public library and what appears to be a random attack. san mateo county sheriff deputies say a 40-year-old homeless man stabbed the boy several times. this was with a pack a night around 2:30 pm.
the suspect was taken into custody. investigators do not have a motive. >> without any reason he just began to step in with what we believe to be a pocketknife. as a result of the stabbing, the teenager sustained injuries to both of his arms. >> the 13-year-old boy is a student at taylor middle school in millbrae. the suspect's name has not been released. today, two competing rallies planned in sort -- santa corey -- santa clara. one is against islamic sharia law and the other is in support of the muslim community. the rallies are planned on opposite sides of the street. one on winchester avenue and the other on stephen creek all of our. the anti-sharia law rally is one of about 30 nationwide organized by the group act for america. the group says it's goal is to fight islamic extremism but members of the council on american islamic relations say act for america is an anti- muslim group spreading hate. police say they will be prepared for both rallies.
>> we do not anticipate any problems but we want to keep the peace and protect everyone's first amendment rights. >> both rallies one from 11 am until 3 pm this afternoon. more legal trouble for contra costa county district attorney estate agents carried out a search warrant and what is the criminal investigation. sources tell us that agents detained him on thursday and search's office in martinez. we're told mark peterson was not arrested. this follows a civil grand jury recommendation last month that he be removed from office. he admitted in december that he spent more than $66,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses. lanes to expand the west county jail and contra costa county are moving forward. the board of state and committee corrections voted to approve a $70 million grant. supporters say the 400 bed jail expansion and richmond will help alleviate overcrowding at the martinez jail. critics say they'd rather use that money for rehabilitation programs and treatment centers. warriors fans are likely a little bummed out and depressed
in what could've been a clincher that turned into a cavalier win. forget about the undefeated postseason run. the good news is now they have a chance to win on their home court. that's monday night. >> the flip, james drives, he throws it down! >> lebron had one of those games. another triple-double as the cavaliers avoided elimination in game four. kyrie irving let everyone. this guy had 40 points while the cavaliers set an nba finals record with 24 -- 3-pointers and 49 points in the first quarter. kevin durant scored 35. the warriors cannot overcome a 16 point first-quarter deficit. >> the first quarter they came out and hit us with that amazing punch. 49 points in the first quarter is too much. but you need to give them credit. they played extremely well. >> it was one of those nights
where we did not have anything click. so, were looking forward to getting back out there on monday and playing better. >> we start to go up their game 5 which will be unbelievable. unbelievable atmosphere. we will come out with the headfirst mentality. >> came in for was the most physical. the racks called the tech -- the rest, technicals on many players and steve -- including the coach. it look like draymond green picked up two tackles. meanwhile automatic ejection would have come from apathy officials said the first technical was called on steve kerr and not green. they had to stop the game for a little bit. steve kerr and green and everyone else thought he was out. coming up the next hour we will go to cleveland and talk to our sports guy, joe fonzi, and get his perspective on the game. he was at the arena last night and will soon be winging his way back home. >> tickets for game five at oracle go on sale in hours.
these -- season ticket holders get the first crack at 10 am. then season ticket waiting list holders will be next at noon. members of the warriors insider club who have american express credit cards can buy tickets starting at 2:00. if you don't have an american express and you are an awards -- rewards club member you go 3:00 if you are the rest of us, your crossing your fingers and hoping for the best. 5:00 tonight you will get your chance if there's anything left. for more information go to ktvu.com. click on the web links. >> if you don't ask you never find out. sometimes they are out there. a memorial service today for a little girl who died more than 100 years ago. the ceremony to remember her after she was found by a construction crew in san francisco a year ago. president trump puts his own spin on james comey's testimony before congress. taking questions from reporters
[ music playing ] >> it's going to be a beautiful day. it already is. here's a view across the bay as we start the morning with partly cloudy but mostly clear skies around the bay area. temperatures will be a bit below average for this time of year. still, a gorgeous day in store. we have a slight chance for some scattered showers. i will pinpoint where and show you the numbers for your neighborhood coming up. governor jerry brown was in san francisco talking about climate change. >> president trump taking such an outlandish position, he is actually heightening the focus on climate change. >> the governor stood be --
stood beside germany's minister of environment to announce a joint goal to cut emissions by 80% below 1990 levels by 2050. california joins 11 other states committing to the climate accord after president trump pulled out of the agreement. >> it's urgent, it's fundamentally important but extremely difficult and it requires a heroic effort. >> governor brown says california leads the nation in renewable energy and since 2015, cold use has dropped to almost 0. no to the investigation into alleged ties between russia and the trump administration. congress is asking former fbi director james comey to turn over members of his meetings with president trump investigators have requested the white house for any records from those meetings including any tapes, audio recordings. in the meantime, the house democratic leader nancy pelosi is accusing the president of abusing his authority. president trump says james
comey is the one who was "a leaker and a liar." >> no collusion. no obstruction. he is a leaker but we want to get back to running our great country. >> i think he abused power. i think those are questions. he abused power. whether he obstructed justice remains for the documents to come forward. that's when one. the facts. >> several outlets are reporting this morning that president trump's personal attorney will file a complaint against comey with the senate judiciary committee and the justice department office of inspector general. they will invoke his testimony thursday on capitol hill that he had a friend pass on information to the new york times about his memos detailing conversations he had with the president. the administration is trying to change the conversation from the russia investigation to his legislative agenda. from went to the transportation department and washington to talk about curbing regulations to allow for more infrastructure improvement
projects. for dramatic effect to shot off those binders that had study after study in them. he then tossed those binders aside. he was making the point that he says it's time to start working to improve the nation's roads, bridges and dams. >> it's time to start building our country with american workers and with american iron and aluminum and steel. we will lift these restrictions and unleash the full potential of the united states of america. >> the president wants to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure but has yet to release any specific details. the white house says the plan remains a top priority. we have the weekend here and we will find out what's on tap weather-wise. we have kind of a chilly start but it looks like we have blue sky. >> a little how we landed yesterday. blue skies. a little cool and breezy in some areas.
in a slight chance for some scattered showers. with that said it will be a great day. we are looking at mostly clear skies along the coastline. there will be a better chance for showers on sunday. as we get into the extended forecast we will warm back up eventually. let's take a look outside our doors. a live look at the oakland skyline where we are waking up with more blue sky this morning at sfo in way better shape than yesterday. they had delays reported. about an hour for some arriving flights because of the cloud cover and fog. that's not the case today. here is a look at the system that is bringing rain and snow all the way into california. it looks like it will sink all the way south to around lake county and bordering the northern area of the sonoma counter -- sonoma county area. is all the way down to fort bragg. into the late morning and early afternoon it will be over lake county and it will be over
portions of the north bay. just a few sprinkles are possible. and not a reason to cancel outdoor plans. 58 degrees in napa. 56, san francisco. in the central and south bay, mostly clear, partly cloudy and drive today. san jose, 57. afternoon highs for today, it will not feel a lot like jim but this is great weather. 71 in napa. 68 and san rafael. low 60s in san francisco if you're going to the giants game. cool and breezy but not too bad in the stands. 70 expected in concord. south bay locations, upper 60s and low 70s. 69 in san jose. 70 in los gatos. if you are going to tahoe for the weekend, that unsettled weather will also impact the tahoe area. today, a wind advisory for the lake area. temperatures in the afternoon around 50 degrees. overnight lows down to around 35. just about freezing.
if you are planning on doing any camping, be aware, it's cool out there. on sunday there is a chance for showers. high elevation snow and perhaps a rain/snow mix. be prepared for that. here is a look at the extended forecast. temperatures at home will be at their coolest on sunday. partly cloudy skies and afternoon showers a possibility, primarily over the hills. low to mid 60s from the coast around the base and upper 60s in the forecast inland. we begin to rebound on monday with warmer weather back in the forecast. by midweek wednesday, upper 60s at the coast, low to mid 70s around the bay and mid 80s inland. >> maybe some snow in the sierra. right? >> isn't that amazing. >> and they are still skiing right? >> through july 4. after a road trip through what should've been cupcake teams in milwaukee and philly, the giants were hoping for goodness last night at home.
well, it did not have. the twins shut them down. this was embarrassing. when the pitcher steps up with the bases loaded and that happens. santana driving matt moore to the gap. everyone is coming home. three rbis. giants get on 4-0 early. santana was tossing some heat. buster posey would end the game. he had afforded shut out. the giants are now 15 out in the nl west. they lose it 4-0. the a's and tampa were the a -- the race at how many homeruns can we have? answer was 5. this started early. steven souza junior says hello, and goodbye. that is a 31 bomb. there's more. 5-0. smith lifting this perch long and strong. that is a 2 run jack.
not a long ball from logan morrison and it was a long evening. oakland falls to the race. 13-4. today, we are talking about getting a payday. a really big one if you pick the right numbers. >> is growing. $435 million. is the 10th largest jackpot ever. the winner tonight could get all the money over 30 years and get agreements. the other cash one-time payment some sounds like a better deal. a check for $273 million. you have until 7:00 to buy a ticket. two dollars. what do you know? it only takes one. >> it's never mind. >> i would love to be the lead story tomorrow morning. >> as i sit here alone. >> i will take care of you.
pills. lupine pharmaceuticals is pulling mibelas 24 f-e nationwide because there is a packaging error that could lead to an unintended pregnancy. the fda said the first four days of the birth control packet have four placebo tablets as opposed to the active tablets. the recalled products will have the lot number l600518 and the expiration date of may 31, 2018. there is a packaging error so you cannot find that lot number and expiration date on your recalled products. if you don't see one, that would be a good sign you may have the affected product. if you think you might, call your doctor. two south bay nurseries are closing. the summerwinds nursery's in san jose and mountain view are set to close. the san jose location will become a senior housing project rising rents are to blame the closing of the mountain view location. you will see reduced pricing at both stores. they are set to close by the end of october. and we move right along
here. lunch with a billionaire investor, warren buffett, has raised more than $2.5 million for glide memorial church in san francisco. >> someone paid $2,639,000 for the get together at a steakhouse in new york city. the winner is remaining anonymous. buffett has been doing this for 18 years. his first wife used to volunteer at glide. she died in 2004. the rocah for lunches more than $3.4 million. temps are instrument happened last night in disneyland as electric parade was going on. partygoers were hit with poop from a gaggle of geese. they have been to fly overhead. that caught them by surprise. firefighters responded to the messy emergency and had to bring in a hazmat team as well because they were not sure what it was. out of the gate. the guest ended up cleaning up in a private area and thanks to the folks at disneyland, they all got new clothes as well.
what a messy affair. some popular video games are coming to life at nintendo universal studios. they are teaming up at a new park called super nintendo world. ground has broken in osaka at universal studios japan. donkey kong and mario kart theme rides are planned first. the park will not be ready until 2020. you have to travel to japan to experience your favorite characters in person. but there are plans for a nintendo park in universal orlando and hollywood. >> i love that game. >> i could never beat that game. i'm still traumatized by it. we turn now to more serious news. we want to talk about the situation in the san francisco zoo were a mother is accused of abandoning her child. we will tell you more about why the judge is refusing to let her out of jail on bond. plus -- >> a full house last night at oracle. coming up inside the warrior
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[ music playing ] >> that will give you up and about on this beautiful, beautiful day. we have a few clouds out there but outside of that, it looks like a go do it day. it's good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i'm claudine wong. let's get a quick look at what temperatures we are looking at for the day. i don't think it's too bad. sometimes i don't like it so cool but i think it's been lovely around the area. >> not bad. a little bit cool for june. anytime we have an interesting weather pattern that arrives on the weekend and it's june you had to think about all those brides that were planning for
warmer weather. at least you will not worry about your hair. it's going to be a little breezy but temperature should be just fine. here's a view of san francisco as we look toward the tower into the west. we do have some cloud cover against the coastline. in san francisco, 57 degrees. 64 in santa rosa. 60 in oakland. upper 50s in livermore and san jose. with all that clear sky temperatures are down by a few degrees. we will rebound in the next hour or so but 4 is a lucky number. santa rosa, livermore and san jose all done by a few degrees. cooler than that in fairfield. the sun is shining so it should not feel so bad. the onshore breeze is fairly weak. we do have it at 60 miles an hour reporting in and around travis. oakland reporting sustained northwest at 7. here is a view from up above where we have the
radar going but no rain to speak of. the rain is over northern california and it will slip south. i think areas like lake county and perhaps the north edge of sonoma county picking up a few speckles this afternoon. outside of that, the rest of us will be dry with partly cloudy skies and temperatures a little cool. 60 degrees in pacifica today. 64 in san francisco. for the giants game, a little cool but partly cloudy. 65 in hayward. upper 60s and low 70s for warmer locations and it's june! temperatures will cool as we get into sunday. we increase the possibility for scattered showers as well. we want to update you on the breaking story we told you about at the top of the newscast. and afghan officials said that the two u.s. soldiers killed in two injured in a surprise attack today in eastern afghanistan. the taliban has claimed responsibility saying the attack was committed by one of the group's fighters who had infiltrated the afghan army. the pentagon said it's aware of
the incident today and will release more information when appropriate. and afghan spokesman said and afghan army soldier or someone posing as an afghan soldier opened fire on u.s. service members. the afghan soldier was killed. happening later today, a memorial service for a little girl whose story has captivated many of our viewers. the child died in 1876. her casket and remains were discovered by a construction crew last year behind a home in san francisco doing work the three-year-old was recently identified as edith howard cook. they did that through dna analysis and cemetery records. a group called the garden of innocence reburied her at the greenlawn memorial park in coma. the memorial service is set for 11 am at the cemetery and the public is invited to attend. chevron said it's trying to determine the source of a hazardous materials spilled in the bait near its refinery in richmond. this bill was discovered around 6:30 am a friday morning.
chevron put booms around the area to keep it from spreading. the substance is only described as a black soot like material and it's in the water alongside the refinery's long wharf. they issued a statement saying the refinery has conducted a thorough check of its wharf operations and is not to leave it is the source of the material. chevron is working with the ship operator to consider other potential sources. if you watched the game you know the first quarter was brutal. and golden state cannot recover and they got their first loss of the postseason. >> they have not lost since april 10. it's been a while. >> that's difficult for us to handle. we have monday to look forward to. >> they can win it on the home court and christien kafton is at the warriors store and one agreed to tell us how fans are taking the pounding by the cavaliers last night. >> oh my god. i am still shellshocked. shellshocked! the first quarter was brutal. i don't even know what to make
of it. >> before he could have beverage it was 10-2. >> how do the warriors dig themselves out of that hole? it was a tough, tough start. you and i, we are not the only ones who are shellshocked this morning. we talk with fans. we are at the team store in walnut creek. the store opens at 10 am. we are expecting some fans to come out and show some love this morning. those fans this morning are starting to offer a diagnosis about what went wrong last night. meanwhile, that stunning loss, the warriors will be back here on monday. tickets are still available. we checked online this morning. the lowest-priced ticket we could find from irreparable dealer was $790. that was in the upper level behind the who. on the other end, courtside seats are also still available. those are available for $43,000 apiece. if you want a deal you can buy
a pair of seats for the low price of $78,000. as for last night's game, fans are already working on strategies for when the warriors take on the cavaliers on monday. >> play defense. that was a little on the weak side the last game. play the defense. getting all those three- pointers from lebron. he can't keep that intensity up another game. the odds are in favor of the warriors, right? >> >> reporter: you need to hope those odds are in the warriors' favor. and hoping the warriors bring it home, clinch at home. in retrospect, if that happens, it may seem like it was inevitable, that it was meant to be that they would clinch at home. that's what i am hoping for and i think that's what all those fans are hoping for. that they wanted on the home court. that will be a magical experience. tip-off is at 6:00 monday night. you can bet the bay area will be watching. >> that may be an easy commute home if you leave work at 6:00.
>> i have to say when i saw the cavaliers fan getting kicked off the courtside seat yesterday i was like -- that is one expensive ticket. >> when he left he was shaking hands with the security of some of the others in cleveland. >> that goes to show the intensity that this game had. the fans were involved and you could hear the commentator saying that this fan -- what you can say and what you should and should not say. clearly the intensity was there for the players on the court and you could see that last night. a lot of physical play. and of course the fans are getting ejected. everyone was getting into it. >> a lot of technicals. 8:36 am. a sacramento menace facing bank robbery charges for crimes dating back to 1995. the list includes two robbers from this year in the east bay. folsom police say clayton smith has confessed to robbing the same u.s. bank ranch in san ramon twice.
he did it apparently in february and allegedly again in march. investigators say he spotted his car on a camera after a bank robbery in folsom and tracked down his license plate number. authorities say smith told them he robbed the san ramon banks to pay off a gambling debt. new details about the woman accused of pushing her five- year-old daughter out of a car on the great highway in san francisco. she said she's not guilty. cristina rendon was at the courthouse on friday for her arraignment. >> reporter: the judge were not her request to release her on her own good kong but citing public safety concerns. cameras were not allowed inside court when samantha patton appeared before a judge in san francisco. she pleaded not guilty to two counts of child endangerment, one felony and one misdemeanor. prosecutors say witnesses saw patton on great highway on monday throwing items out of her car and screaming at her five-year-old daughter to "get
out." and she did not want to be her mommy anymore. that is accused of shoving the child out of the parked car and driving away recklessly with her one-year-old son in the backseat. >> this child was all by herself by the zoo and the facts speak for themselves. >> reporter: sugar had the accusations telling her lawyer it wasn't true. patton's attorney declined to speak on camera. and her fianci had no comment outside of court. we found her public facebook page showing pictures of her and her children. her attorney argued patton has never been convicted of a violent crime and she is currently seeking employment and although she has relatives out-of-state, she is not a flight risk. the five-year-old girl and one- year-old boy are in the custody of child protective services although the district attorney's office is seeking to place them with family members. >> we are looking at all possibilities right now and we're looking for any relative or relatives that can best care for these children. >> reporter: patent is being
held on $100,000 bail. she's due in court at about two weeks. a newly elected congressman accused of assaulting a reporter reportedly plans to plead guilty. republican greg g and forte of montana is accused of bodyslamming a reporter after he was asked questions about healthcare. the incident took place on may 24, one day before special election that he won. the misdemeanor assault charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail. he is expected to be sworn into office later this month. oakland mayor libby schaaf is proposing an increase in spending for the homeless. the plan includes more than $1 million to clean up and toilet facilities. $500,000 for a renters rights program and a $200,000 contribution toward a new navigation center to help get people into housing. the mayor said the funding will bring the city commitment to fighting homelessness to $185 million over the next two years.
that is a roughly 50% increase. a recent count found nearly 2800 homeless people live in oakland. that's about 600 more than in 2015. we are now learning that a power outage affecting over 1000 customers thursday at mountain view was caused by a drone. this happened around 8:15 pm and mountain view's rex manor neighborhood. a witness said a man was flying a drone that crashed into some high-voltage wires on polaris avenue. that outage affected about 1600 people. city officials say the repairs will cost tens of thousands of dollars. police are searching for the man who was operating the drum. witnesses say he drove away in a white hatchback. people from the bay area are heading to the sierra this weekend and could encounter delays. mud slide has set down several lanes of highway 50. caltrans said about 50 tons of debris slid onto the road near whitehall. right now there is one way control traffic near riverton
at alder creek road in el dorado county. traffic is down to one lane in each direction. the part lake merritt station is closed today. if you need to ride that line expect 20-40 minute delays in that area. no service between lake merritt and fruitvale. you can take a bus bridge between the fruitvale and 19th street stations for the weekend. bart is hoping that will help you out if you need to go that way. area police officers injured friday night when their car overturned. the latest on this accident outside the beach chalet at ocean beach.
happy saturday. a glorious day in the bay area. partly cloudy skies, cool but temperatures will rebound into the afternoon. we will remain cool for this time of year. i have a look at the numbers for your neighborhood and where we may see a few sprinkles this afternoon coming up. i love animals. all kinds of animals. i appreciate them and i'm so
glad the oakland zoo is back bringing in some of the wildlife but does >> it's beautiful. joining us is katie from the oakland zoo and she brought a giant african millipedes. >> thank you for having us. this is a giant african millipedes. they can live between 5 and 7 years. they can have about 250 legs. this is not a full-grown millipedes. they can grow to be almost a foot long. what's amazing about these animals is that they are decomposers. do you know what that is? >> the eat stuff that's decomposing.[ laughter ] >> very good. they eat mostly dead plant material and they will transform it into vitamins for your soil. >> they are good. >> very much like earthworms. >> you mentioned you had a very mad african millipedes.
>> this guy is happy. >> she is much happier now. >> you're going to make her mad. >> when they do get upset, they were curl up into a tight ball and secrete and use. it's kind of like an acid and it's really stinky. if something was trying to eat it, they would spit it out of their mouth quickly. >> if i am regarding in the bay area, i'm not going to find this. >> you will not find a giant african but you will see other millipedes. >> what kind of africa will you find this? >> this is mostly on the eastern side on forest floors are going up toward mountains. nowhere super freezing. >> and they are slow, they are kind of nice. >> just hanging out. >> after the sabbath leg, starting at the -- seventh leg you will be able to see if it -- if it was a boy there would
be a gap and the be these hawks coming up. >> can i lose focus -- does any animal creep you out? >> you know, i really don't like spiders very much. i appreciate them. i don't want them on me. >> i appreciate the giant african millipedes even though i don't want her on me. >> milla peta side, you have some exciting stuff happening at the zoo starting with the condors. >> this is so exciting. our gondola is open. is going to take you up to this beautiful restaurant. the california trail is not yet open. the gondola -- come to the zoo, by the gondola up to the restaurant and have a fantastic meal. see our amusing view and head back down. >> if you've been there to the zoo a bunch of times, this is something that really can change the experience.
tell us about the fundraiser you are having. >> walk in the wild is my personal favorite time of the year at the oakland zoo. it's an evening gala fundraiser. its annual. we have it every year. basically the zoo pathways are aligned with over 100 local restaurants, wineries, caterers and breweries, desserts. they are prepared to give everyone free samples. it's a great opportunity for restaurants to let you know what they are about. >> clotting, can i interest you? >> let's talk about a green tip as i move this way. i'm usually not this wimpy but it's all the legs. >> are green tip, i brought the millipedes today because our green tip is to compost. i want to remind everyone to
throw your food waste or plant material into a compost instead of the garbage. we are reducing methane into the atmosphere and these little guys can do their job. >> just so claudine knows, these are pets also. >> they live a long time. >> one an aquarium and take it home. >> you can and i will visit. >> check out the oakland zoo from 10:00 to 4:00. $19.75 for adults. $15.75 for kids between 2 and 14. >> contact the zoo if you are a restaurant that would like to participate in walk on the wild. we do have a few spots available. >> does this cute have it in? >> it's a good day to go to the zoo. how would you like to hold this joint millipedes? >> did the little legs tickle? >> yes. it's a little like sandpaper. it's pretty cool.
>> it's a good day to had to the zoo. if you're going to be out and about this is what you get. partly cloudy, mostly clear skies today. we do have a slight chance for scattered showers favoring the north bay. and really the north edge of sonoma county for today. this has to do with the system being picked up on the satellite and radar. you can see oregon and washington and the north corner of california, seeing it all the way down into areas like eureka and fort wragg. this will continue to sink south a little bit more. the lake county area and perhaps the north edge of sonoma county. although futurecast model are not really picking up on it much. this is a look at noon when we will have the best opportunity. we don't see any there and then it's out of here. that is saturday. this is sunday. we are looking at the sierra to continue with the possibility of scattered showers there. some high elevation snow is a possibility. today there is a lake wind
advisories. here at home, partly cloudy to start the morning on sunday. by the afternoon the system that dropped and will bring us a better chance. right now the model is picking up on the best possibility over the hills. over the north bay and perhaps the diablo range. we will track this for you. temperatures will be cooler tomorrow than today. looking at the numbers right now, 57 in san francisco. 60 in palo alto picks up become a 58 outside your door. upper 50s and low 60s for the east bay. if the four and the north bay of santa rosa. pittsburg, 60. antioch, 63. meanwhile, a cool 55 in lafayette. here's a look at the dayplanner if you're going to be in haywood or san leandro. the east bay shoreline, temperatures in the mid to upper 60s for the afternoon. by noon, 63 expected. then we will stay right there into the second part of your day. 65 in berkeley. 68 and san rafael. 71 in napa.
inner east bay, 72 in brentwood. at the coast, cool and low 60s. pacifica and half moon bay, mild. the inland areas of the south bay, 69 in san jose and 71 in morgan hill. a chance for showers increasing on sunday and temperatures drop. sunday the bottom of. widespread 60s in the forecast for all of us. low 60s on the coast, upper 60s inland. monday we begin the rebound and by tuesday and wednesday it begins to feel like june once again with upper 60s in the forecast for the coast, 70s around the bay. 80s inland. >> can you believe my coanchor would not touch the millipedes? i'm a little disappointed. >> all you had to do was close your eyes. >> i'm giving you a hard time. the world's top athletes will take over this streets of san francisco this weekend. coming up we will tell you what that's all about. who are these people?
struck the warriors incredible success of the past three years have put the odds of basketball fans on oakland. there three trips to the nba finals are helping fuel pride and excitement. san francisco has traditionally overshadowed akland but the people who call oakland home are clearly proud of the team and this town. >> a lot of great energy and camaraderie between the people of oakland. >> having the warriors do so well in the finals is a blessing for the city. is putting us on a national platform. we are having a spotlight on oakland. >> oakland tourism officials say this year they are glad the tv networks make a point of using real oakland in their nba coverage. sometimes what happens is they put the golden gate bridge on everything. >> lake merritt from above. >> that was a big push back form oakland. when you talk about oakland,
show oakland. >> all eyes will be on oakland, monday night. a new employee export -- international of the committee has announced several new sports including three on three basketball. displayed on a half court with only 1 and 2 points shots. the first team to 21 will win. no word if nba players will participate. that looks like fun. it's looking more and more likely that los angeles and paris will be both awarded olympic games in the years to come. the international olympic committee has formally proposed picking the 2024 and 2028 olympic host cities at the same time this year. los angeles and paris are the only cities left with bids to host the games. both games will be awarded this coming september. a safety fair at the alameda county fairgrounds for residents of alameda. from 11:00 through 3:00. parents can get a booster seat and bike helmet for their
children. parents have to bring their child to the event and you do have to bring your car as well if you are picking up a booster seat. you do need to show proof that you live in the county. you can also get a free lunch. in the city of brisbane, and adobo cookoff for a cause happening at the historic 7 mile restaurant. tickets are $25 per proceeds are going to benefit the salupongan international which provides educational tools and supplies to villages in the philippines. the cookoff starts at 1:00. coming up in our next hour, a 13-year-old boy outside a public library on the peninsula is attacked. investigators believe it was random. we will take you through what happened and tell you how the little boy is doing.
>> that's perfect. good morning. you are looking at a live picture outside of the raiders practice facility. today the defensive coaching staff and players are hosting a football clinic for around 100 oakland football players and their coaches. >> what a thrill for those kids! >> really front to see the guys they look up to and play at the raiders practice facility which is awesome. welcome to mornings on 2. thank you for joining us. it is saturday, june 10. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we will have your forecast in a moment but first some of the things we are talking about this morning.
sadly, on the peninsula, a 13-year-old boy outside a public library was assaulted. >> he's just going there and walking outside. investigators say it was random. this man attacked this kid. we will tell you how that boy is doing this morning. we are watching the south bay this morning. there will be dueling protests planned for this intersection later on. >> there will be opposite street corners. this is in a few hours. one group as part of a nationwide effort. we will have more on that coming up. and we need to talk about the warriors. the game that was or wasn't depending on where you live. no sweep. they just need to come home to when it all hopefully on monday night. >> we are all blaming ourselves. rosemary blamed herself for taking tuesday off. i blame myself for watching it on a different tv then i watched the other games. frank is blaming us. [ laughter ]
if you want to go, tickets go on sale today for game 5 in an hour. we will talk about all of that. >> do you have any money over bar so i can buy a ticket? >> $43,000 for a courtside ticket. >> how much would it be to see them when it at oracle, though? >> fans are not happy to see the warriors on there. their slogan is, defend the land, i believe? outside at this hour we have a little bit before that will happen. we have saturday to enjoy here's a look -- we are looking toward the west. low clouds up against portions of the coast and in and around
the bay we have partly cloudy skies in some areas. the rest of us are waking up to blue skies. temperature started a little cooler. they are now beginning to rebound. 59 in santa rosa. 57, san francisco. though 60s in oakland, and livermore. temperatures were down by several degrees when we started the morning, the sun shining, we are beginning to catch up. warmer in sfo, oakland and hayward. today will be an unseasonably cool day. a little breezy at times. concord reporting 16 and gusting at 25. that has picked up in the last hour. if you from up above and we are tracking some rain over northern california. the north bay and lake county area could pick up an isolated shower this afternoon or later this morning. it should not be a huge deal but there is a slight chance for you here. the central and south bay will remain dry. we will get a better shot tomorrow. for saturday, partly cloudy skies and a chance for a few sprinkles in areas of sonoma county in north. here's a look at the afternoon highs for today.
60, pacifica. if you're seeing the giants play it will be nice. cool and breezy. 65 in hayward. 74 concord . 70 in santa rosa. 69 in san jose. temperatures will cool for the back end of the weekend. i will detail that in the extended forecast coming up. we begin this hour with breaking news. we've been following this throughout the morning. an afghan official says that two u.s. soldiers were killed and two injured in a surprise attack today in eastern afghanistan. the taliban has claimed responsibility saying the attack was committed by one of the group's fighters who had infiltrated the afghan army. the pentagon says it's aware of the incident and will release more information when appropriate. there is a report that president trump has been briefed on the emergent situation in afghanistan. and an afghan spokesman said an afghan army soldier or someone posing as an afghan soldier opened fire on u.s. service members. the afghan soldier was killed.
overnight, brentwood police are investigating and officer- involved shooting. according to east county today it started with a police chase. this ended near birchwood today with a vehicle crashing into a truck and a whole. witnesses say the men inside the vehicle and the police shot back and forth at each other. police said least one of the suspects was hit. we do not know that person's condition. police have not commented on what started the chase. brentwood police and the contra office are both investigating. let's talk about the warriors and warrior fans. we can't blame you because we are a little bummed today. the perfect postseason that was right there on the table is gone. >> guess what? we can now when this whole thing at home on monday. joe fonzi followed the team to cleveland and joins us this morning with thoughts on game 4 and monday night's clincher.
it was frustrating for me to watch at home. how was it courtside? >> well, i think you need to get the folks here a lot of credit. remit the cavaliers came out and said, it's inevitable, no team has ever come back from 3- 0. but if they look at lester, no team in the final set ever come from 2-1 either. the people we talk to here are very encouraged because numbers wise, this is exactly where the teams were last year at this time. obviously the cavaliers knew there was no room to spare when they came out on the court last night. the warriors of trying to wrap things up but cleveland came out on fire. is started with the fact that the cavaliers may 24, 3- pointers. that is a record. you looking at kevin love, he had 6 of 8 last night. he went for 23 points and all. the cavaliers set a record by also scoring 39 points in the first quarter. kyrie irving has been super in these playoffs. he went for 40 points. he had 7, 3-pointers. he also had to dig tough once
inside plus the foul. the warriors had a reason for some optimism right before halftime. kevin durant the buzzer with the 3. he went for 35 points but that only got the warriors within 18 but the came out in the second have been hit a quick 3 but the got within 12. every time they close the cavaliers got an answer. lebron james goes off the board and back to himself as he scored 31 points. the cavaliers win big. they get back in the series. the warriors know that the cavaliers put together a great effort last night and they had to be better in game 5. >> you can hold onto it. it's gone. it's over with. 16-1 sounds pretty good good and -- pretty darn good. it's time to go put on a show for our fans in oakland. try to close it out at oracle. >> we have a golden opportunity
going home to close the thing out at home. i wanted to win when on the road. now we'll see what it wins at home. >> both teams wanted to put themselves in the record books and put themselves in basketball history. he tried to do whatever it takes to win. i think both teams are trying to do that from game to game. >> reporter: no more talk of 16 and 0. the one thing that they characterize that game as well was the chip innisbrook there were a total of seven technical fouls called. 4 against the warriors, 3 against the cavaliers. a couple of double technicals and at one point everyone thought that draymond green had his second technical. he got a technical late in the game. they played the song, hit the road jack, the whole arena was singing with. but came to found out the one that happened early in the game was actually charged to steve kerr, not draymond green. he had fun with the crowd and had some fun in the post game as well.
i think both teams note that they can afford to have this thing keep evolving into an emotional exercise on monday. is going to take the best basketball that they can play. i think that game got a little bit chippy, a little bit weird the way that thing ended. the one thing that is obvious about the game is the cavaliers came out in new they had to play the best they possibly could. and did. and it's hard to imagine -- they at one point were shooting as many as 60+ % from three- point range. it's crazy. it's hard to imagine them doing that again. >> during the game does a thing, the can't keep it up and then they did. but for game 5 -- i wonder does it feels different. imagine how similar this is to where people were last year it feels different. it feels like this was there one game to prove that they
deserve and they can go against the warriors and they can win against the warriors. even though no one's been able to for the last 15 games. do you feel like there's not as much fear amongst the warriors or warriors fans. rely, okay. so we will go 16-1. >> >> reporter: a couple of things. number one, when you in the postseason you never see the same team during the regular season four games. now it will be 5 games and row. there are series of adjustments that happen. obviously the cavaliers did somethings to the warriors and vice versa. the warriors will look at the way things work. backing game one the cavaliers did everything possible to keep the warriors off the three- point line. kevin durant had all those streaks to the basket and 6 dunks. they said they're not going to let that happen. the warriors will have to adjust and say, were not going to give those guys those open 3. it will be another adjustment. there is obviously a different feel last year. there was a sense that the cavaliers had momentum and was there 3-1. i do not see them -- i think they played the best game they were possibly playing
of playing last night. it's hard to imagine them doing the three times in a row. that's what they would have to do. but we said the same thing this time lasted. the warriors can take nothing for granted. i thought it was funny when people said we hope they lucidly bring it home and when it at home. no. you never want to have that. >> with that in mind, my guess is you don't want to make a return trip back to cleveland later this week. all due respect to ohio and cleveland. >> yes. as beautiful and is out here on this saturday past noon, we just heard the times going for the noon times, yes, i would very much like to say, let's get this thing all done on monday at home. no question about it. safe flight back to warriors ground. we appreciate it. do you have a prediction for the final score? is he still there? >> reporter: you know, my standard thing on that is if you want predictions, talk to rosemary. i will just go there and report
of the game. >> we will ask rosemary. thank you, joe. if you want to see game 5 at oracle, tickets go on sale today. if you are a season ticket holder you have the best chance. >> bring your checkbook and your american express card. christien kafton is at the warriors store in walnut creek to talk about how fans are dealing with last night's loss and even lined up to buy some gear? >> >> reporter: not yet. it's -- the store doesn't open for another 45 minutes. it would be a little earlier. fans agree with joe. they definitely want to see the warriors close it out now. they do not want any more drama and no more highlights. they want this done as soon as possible. the team store opens at 10:00 this morning. fans are starting to diagnose what they think went wrong last
night. that stunning loss means the warriors will be back home on monday. tickets are available for that game. we checked online this morning. the lowest-priced ticket we could find, $790 on the upper level behind the who. on the other end, court side seats are also still available. the price tag bear -- $43,000 apiece or if you want to buy two, $78,000. some say that is a small price to pay to see history in the making. as for last night's game, fans this morning are weighing in on what they think went wrong starting with intensity. they say the warriors did not have. the cavaliers did. >> it was do or die. lebron had to do it. he had all those 3-pointers. he had to do it. it was that or go home. >> reporter: tip-off tomorrow, monday, rather at 6:00. you can but the bay area will be watching that game. a lot of fans, like we've been
saying, everyone wants this closed out. no more drama. no more back and forth. let's get this done. let's be businesslike and get it done. >> that's right. i agree. i was watching yesterday and i thought, you know what? let's just do this and get it done. and let's do it on monday. the world's top athletes will take over the streets and waters of san francisco this weekend. next, we will explain why. stay with us, we will be right back.
a great day to be in the bay area and great if you have the day off to enjoy. mostly sunny skies at this hour. temperatures will remain on the cool side for june but not bad. there is a slight chance for scattered showers. i will show you where plus detail the afternoon highs for your neighborhood coming up. a great day to be in the bay and my next guest will be shortly. the world's top athletes will take of the streets and waters of san francisco to compete in the 2017 escape from alcatraz triathlon over the weekend. it features a one it features a 1.5 mile swim from alcatraz, an 18 mile bike ride through the
presidio and a picturesque eight mile run. this race is considered one of the most iconic triathletes drug triathlons in the sport. joining us israel olympian and triathlon participant. he will be in the water and biking. how are you? >> i'm good. >> i know your parents are here. your dad was a triathlete and you caught the bug. tell us how it started. >> i did. i remember growing up in transition areas of the different triathlons in chicago. i watched my dad race. when i was eight years old, there was a local kid's triathlon in my hometown that my parents helped organize. that was my first introduction to it. not nearly the distance of this weekend but it was my first taste and from there i hopped on a kids triathlon team and it took up. >> are you a glutton for punishment? this is hard. think of what you will do tomorrow. u.s. women from alcatraz. you will bike ride and run. it's crazy! >> yes. i think all of us out there get
a little satisfaction from going in the suffering a bit and hanging out in the ping zone. this is a great course to do it on. it's legendary for how hard it is. >> we will talk about that. in the pantheon of triathlons with think of the big ironman in hawaii. where does this rank? >> i'd say it's a couple notches blow that. is one of the legendary races. we call it a classic. it's been around. this is the 39th year. there is a wait list that is very long. people wait on the lottery to get into this race and be part of it. it ranks pretty high up there. for me it's been a bucket list race for a long time. >> is this the first time? >> the second time. >> talk about that initial plunge from alcatraz into the water when you start? are you thinking, what am i doing? or, i am jacked out of my mind? >> it's kind of a longboat
rate. i got there really early the year before. i'm always early. you hang out on the boat and you watch all the athletes come on and you try to pass the time. until you're getting ready to jump off. for us they have is hanging onto the railing. i think one of my first thoughts right before the race was how high the boat was. it's about 10 feet off the water. you are bobbing up and down. once the gun goes off my mind switches off and switches into race mode. it's just business from there. >> for people who say i cannot do this, i can never trained for it, i'm in my 50s. you have guy who is 87 years old that is participating in this for the second time. >> yes. i think anybody out there can go out and do a triathlon. you have all the resources. it takes a little practice but that's one of the things i love about the sport. you have the three sports. i've seen a lot of people who said they can't do a triathlon or wouldn't do a triathlon go out and do it.
86 is incredible. i hope i can do it when i'm there. >> good for him. when you're done, what do you do? do you sleep? >> food is usually the first thing on my mind. refueling and probably finding a nice spot of grass to lay down and. >> all the best. good luck tomorrow. we will be looking for you. escape from out to tries at 7:30 am.. from alcatraz -- it should be completed around 1:00. this win into marina green and everything revolves around baker beach and golden gate park and the presidio. good luck. >> thank you very much. off to weather now with rosemary. how would they do tomorrow? it's not going to be too bad. if you're going to be out there participating or watching, maybe a light jacket. it will be a little cool and breezy. we are looking at partly cloudy skies. i think tomorrow we start out just like today. a mix of clouds but a lot of
blue skies and sunshine. we have a system that will impact us over the next couple of days. today it brings the possibility of scattered showers down to the north bay. tomorrow, it drops a little bit further south. with that, a little bit better chance for a few scattered showers although right now for sunday it looks like it's favoring the hills and the sierra. if you go to the sierra for the weekend, be prepared. you will have scattered showers and cool conditions and the possibility of thunderstorms there. this is around fort bragg today. to the second part of the morning and early afternoon, over lake county. the possibility for scattered showers. the far north edge of sonoma county has a possibility as well. for the rest of us, a mix of sun and clouds. breezy at times. low 60s on the coast, 70s for warmer locations inland. as we get into sunday, the system drops in a little further south and that is a mix of sun and clouds an increased chance for scattered showers for the back end of the weekend. temperatures right now in the upper 50s in san francisco. 63 in brentwood.
62 in san jose. afternoon highs for today, mild. it feels like early spring instead of late spring. 68 in san rafael. along the coastline, 60 in pacifica. the inner east bay, 72 in brentwood. 69 in san jose and 70 and los gatos. here's a look at the extended forecast. temperatures will cool as we get into sunday. only managing about 60 degrees at the coast and upper 60s for inland cities. we get back to warmer weather as we get back to work on monday. warmer days on tuesday into wednesday. mid 80s for inland communities. 70s around the bay and upper 60s at the coast. your videogame dreams could soon come to life. nintendo is collaborating with universal studios. yes, a video theme park. we will tell it about -- we will tell you about it when we
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uk conservative have been speaking out against theresa may's built election gamble. she called the election with the intention of increasing her majority and mandate a crews of crucial brexit talks. she ended up losing seats and having to form a minority government. some british newspapers today reporting anger within the governing conservative party directed at may's joint chiefs of staff fiona hill and nick timothy. over the disappointing election campaign. the german chancellor says germany may increase trade with mexico. she made that announcement yesterday in mexico city during a meeting with the mexican president. mexico's government has been seeking new trade opportunities in response to president trump's demand to negotiate the north american trip free trade agreement. mexico's president said he hopes a global agreement between mexico and the european union can be finalized by the end of the year.
angela merkel is visiting latin america ahead of the g 20 summit in germany next month. in south america, top electoral court embryos brazil gave their embattled present a big victory on friday. voting to reject allegations of campaign-finance violations that could have removed him from office. after four days of deliberations voters -- judges voted in the case that many viewed as a measure of he would remain in office amid a corruption scandal. the main parties and of his coalitions have stuck with it but several reports of reflected without being associated with the president could be detrimental to reelection campaigns next year. next, at 9:30 am, the latest between james comey and president trump. we will tell you what congress is asking for this morning. >> and may have been a stunning loss last night but warriors fans are saying it's not over until it's over. we will have insight for you
coming up. take a look outside. we wanted to give you this beautiful shot of the warriors flight. is not cooperating. >> it will be rocking on monday. it is a beautiful saturday out there. we will have more on your forecast and the warriors. that is all coming up. the bay looks like a giant swimming pool in the oakland raiders are doing something very special for some high school football players and high school football coaches. they are holding a clinic today in alameda. what a treat for these kids hanging out with the raiders and some of their defensive coaching staff. awesome stuff. we will be right back. .
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