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>> do you remember when rock was young. suspect elton john does. >> i talked my girls to ski there. snow at higher elevations yesterday. as steve had forecast. it's 41 degrees there at lake tahoe. always pretty. year-round, beautiful place. thank you for joining us here. i'm pam cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> a lot of thunderstorms up there. this whole month, they've had some up there. they will probably have some more today. for us, that thunderstorm activity has moved off . it will be a much quieter day. it's rather cool out there this morning. a lot of 40s, low 40s, mid 40s. but we will rebound. colorado rockies come into town. that will be tonight. 59 degrees. mostly clear. maybe a few partly cloudy. it looks okay. activity has calmed down. they will fire up again.
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there it goes zooming out of the picture. much quieter. again, there's enough available moisture. that will fire up some isolated thunderstorms. we still have an onshore breeze and low clouds. they have not been completely wiped out. are 40s, 50s on the temps. they were 42. 47 out by the concord pavilion. 46 danville. 50s. breeze are -- and a little low clouds. a lot quieter today. also a little warmer. another low is going to drop in from the northwest. that will be on late sunday into monday. there's no sign really of a big warm-up. 60s and 70s. 6:02. so far, so good. is there something you want to get to? >> there is a crash westbound in oakland if you're trying to get to the bay bridge. you're going to see a truck
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there got into an accident here in the center divide. tow truck is there with it. it's been metering traffic. you can see 580 traffic -- or i'll tell you that 580 traffic is backed up from highway 24. if you're driving to the bay bridge, more traffic is getting through here. it's looking a lot more like normal. still, it's just a touch slider at the toll plaza. this is about a 10-50 minute delay. there have been no problems on interstate 880 getting up into oakland. but again, we mentioned that problem on 580 getting into the bridge. let's talk about the san mateo the dumbarton bridge. looking good across the peninsula, which is off to a nice start. let's go back to the desk. we're following developing news in oakland. deadly overnight crash that's being investigated. it happened at 98th ave. near bancroft avenue. ktvu's allie rasmus has been out there for a while. what you know? >> reporter: 98th ave. and bankrupt is where this crash happened. we kept about a block away because this is where the road
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closures begin. all the way to 98th and macarthur. you can see the crash scene behind us. two vehicles involved. white sedan that looks like -- it looks like the airbags were deployed. it's wrapped around that light post over there. and earlier this morning, we could see some investigators at the scene recover some sort of firearm near the crash site. we don't know how or even if that weapon is enacted any way to the crash. whether some sort of crime occurred or whether or not this is just a horrible accident. it's apparent, though, from the video and from what we've seen here earlier this morning that that -- at least one person died in this crash. we don't have an update on that person's condition or the extent of their injuries. but we have spoken with at least a couple of neighbors off-
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camera who said they heard the impact of the crash. it was very loud, 2:30 in the money. one man said he wasn't surprised that this happened because he said this is a very dangerous intersection. now, back at your life that you can see this closed intersection. you can see some garbage trucks and some big rigs that have had to have been rerouted and redirected around this area because 98th ave. between sunnyside and -- it's shut down to traffic. we don't know how long it will be or how long the investigation will be going on here. we can tell you that it is closed down for now. it is also affecting some bus routes in the area according to an ac transit supervisor. they've had to be redirected around this investigation.
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back to you guys. >> thank you. happening now, san jose police are investigating a deadly shooting. police say two people were killed late last night in the foothills near mount hamilton. investigators say the victims are a man and a woman, but they are not releasing any other information about them at this point. police are saying they do not have any information about suspects or a motive. ktvu's alex savidge is headed to the scene. he will have more coming up from san jose in our next half hour. 6:05. back to a central -- san jose courtroom for reuben foster for a very important preliminary hearing. he is facing charges related to a domestic violence incident. he pleaded not guilty to three felony charges. the alleged thick -- victim is his alleged girlfriend. later recanted her accusations. center -- sacramento bee says the ex-girlfriend today will testify foster did not hit her and that he lied -- she lied to police at first. persecutors will decide if they will move ahead with charges. a driver arrested in connection with tuesday night's crash is due in court today.
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21-year-old facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter that driving under the influence of marijuana and possession of an illegal weapon. witnesses report seeing a white toyota camry speeding before that crash. the victims were riding in a white escalade. they have been identified as 39- year-old noel johnson, 14-year- old christian lemus, and nine- year-old broke lemus. all were from manti,. the chp says it's on the lookout for signs of marijuana impairment the agency says it's officers used surveillance -- field sobriety tests to determine which drivers may be under the influence of marijuana. they say the test is similar to the ones used for alcohol. >> can i do these multiple things at one time? can i stand on 1 foot, count
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out loud? we may smell alcohol. we may smelled marijuana from the car. we may see that the speech is somewhat impaired, a little bit slower, not really able to respond to our questions. >> across that nine bay area counties, the chp arrested 197 people for suspected marijuana impairment last year. since january 1 of this year, when the sale of attritional marijuana became legal here in california, 87 people have been arrested so far in the bay area for the same charge. officers -- drug recognition expert for the chp and we are going to talk to him live about drug -- driving under the influence of marijuana. bart riders enrichment are demanding more security at the bart parking garage because of vandalism and rowdy behavior. passengers say break-ins and graffiti are common and richmond station talking garage . blaming teenagers who are board who hang out in that area. there are surveillance cameras in some parts of the garage
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that apparently is not enough to stop the vandalism. but -- bart police say they've increased patrols but passengers and victims say they rarely see police officers. martin halloran has stepped down. he's being replaced with vice president tony montoya, a former union president tells the chronicle that hellgren left because dealing with city hall and politics wore him down. earlier this week, the san francisco board of supervisors rejected two of mayor mark farrell's nominations. the nominees were seen as being too close to the police union. coming up at 7:30, we will address the changes in the police department and committee -- police commission with supervisor malia cohen. 6:09. rapid drug use at a party --
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bart station. >> you wouldn't think you were in america. >> the growing problem out there. and a bart board member whose taking action this morning aimed at stopping it. you wouldn't believe how bad these people are. these are people. these are animals. >> president donald trump lashes out at california's sanctuary state policies in response to the latest attacks on california's immigration policy. good morning. if you're driving anytime soon trying to get over to the macarthur maze, you will see an accident being cleared out. that's holding traffic back in oakland. a --
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giuiliani says mueller told him that the president will not be indicted following the longest -- long-established legal guidance that sitting presidents cannot be prosecuted. mother could recommend that congress take action if you find evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. newly released financial documents show president donald trump reimburses personal attorney michael cohen more than $100,000 last year just before the presidential election. that's in apparent reference to a payment made to adult film
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star stormy daniels. the president has denied knowing anything about the payment to daniels, who alleges she had an affair with the president. under investigation for possibly violating campaign finance laws. 6:13. yesterday, the white house, president trump hosted several california officials who oppose california's sanctuary policies. it included lawmakers and leaders from san diego, orange, fresno, riverside, and san bernardino counties, all vocally supporting the lawsuit to end the california sanctuary state law. inspect the blanketed policies across california aren't working. so we need help. inspect the state of california's attempts to nullify federal law have sparked a rebellion by patriotic citizens who want
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their family -- families protected and there borders secure. >> the president said libby schaaf should face charges for criminal obstruction of justice after she warned immigrants to expect raids by ice agents. >> the governor says trump is lying about immigration, and the laws of california. we, the citizens of the fifth largest economy in the world, are not impressed. a usually berkeley -- uc berkeley professor says california is a -- an easy target for the president. >> california is a state which he knows he's not going to get the votes in 2020. he knows he's not going to actually publicly do very well here in terms of congressional races in 2018. one overnight california the bogeyman. >> 13 republicans from california and the house of representatives. the sanctuary debate could be
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tough for those who represent districts with large latino populations. during yesterday's white house meeting, president donald trump called for full funding for us-mexico border wall. the president promised california leaders in attendance that he would push to get that border wall funded by congress as soon as possible. just last month, the president threatened to shut down the federal government if congress did not approve and provide some money for the wall. this latest statement from the president could cause more budgeting battles in congress before -- between those for and against that border wall. first lady melania trump says she's doing better after kidney surgery. she tweeted, a thank you message to the staff at walter reed medical unit and to all who sent a good witness. looking forward to getting back home to the white house. president trump visited her at the hospital and joked that after going to capitol hill and meeting congressional med --
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members, he's the one who should be recovering in the hospital. let's check back in with sal. it's been a pretty busy day, pretty -- busy week. >> we have been looking at a crash at the macarthur maze. i want to put -- load put it up right now because it looks like they are just beginning to move this crash, this truck that was in the crash out of the way. it looks like the caltrans tow truck is going to tell this vehicle away and then the lanes will be open for good. but it did cause a bunch of slow traffic on 24th and on 580. if you're coming down out of the caldecott tunnel hoping to make the transition, well, this has been holding you up a little bit. the good thing, it happened early. there has been some unexpected delay. you can see that there's another truck here that kind of holding things up. so they can get going here. westbound 580 there, moving it now. shortly thereafter, making things a lot better. getting
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out to the maze. if we can pull back. here we go. that's the picture i wanted. thank you, kp. the macarthur maze. traffic is doing all right. we can go to the bay bridge. this one is holding traffic back a little bit. i think it has been just a little lighter than usual. as you drive up to the commute there. no major issues. this is a look at 880 in front of oracle. you can see traffic in both directions is moving well. traffic also looking pretty good. and if you look at the south bay commit, much better today than usual -- yesterday. we had that water main break happily, that's been taking care of. traffic moving well in that same spot. at 6:17, mr. -- and i say mr. steve paulson. >> yesterday, the roads. they were very nice. >> nice guys. a bunch of good baseball
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people. >> very good baseball people. i would agree with that. thank you, sir. man, it gets warm down there. i'm telling you. if you're in those lower seats, it's warm. >> are you complaining? >> no, i'm just saying. it's deceiving. anyway, let's get to it here. santa rosa 46. 46 cool degrees. 52 sfo practice and as he was 51. now they are 52. we will focus on san jose. 70, 51 today. average is 75, 53. below on both. the extremes are way up there. 100 back in 1997. going back to -- san jose. it was hot. 1896, 32. we will never see that again. never see that again. probably not. low clouds. sunny, sunny and nice. 57. speaking of the giants, the rockies are in town. partly cloudy. 59. west wind, 20 miles per hour. temperatures will rebound to near average. cool, cooling. i guess that's
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not going to materialize. up in the sierra, a lot of thunderstorm activity. look at that. i love that. that's why i show that water vapor. you get the circulations on that. much better than the infrared satellite. is that last one? no, there will be another one late sunday into monday. a lot of thunderstorm activity. sacramento one of the leaders of the pack with almost a half inch of rain. sierra ed good activity. not nearly as much as the low moves out of the picture. 40s on the temps. 50s, low 50s. speaking of, upper 40s here. menlo park, stanford, los altos, cool 46. 50s on the san mateo coast. fremont, foster city. and san mateo. you see some of that cloud cover. triggering more towards the lee
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side of the sierra. you can see the circulation. creeping up a little bit. low clouds. sunny, nice. there's still a breeze. we have not wiped out that low heart attack. there's still going to be fog. each day, we will come up a few degrees. start another cool down again on sunday into monday. 60s, 70s on the temps. 66 alameda. 77 in brentwood. pretty nice here for me. 70 in san jose. 73 morgan hill. cindy want in cupertino. 60s on the coast. upper 60s san bruno to low 70s. redwood city and menlo park. a little warmer. cooler sunday, monday. >> no selfies from the giants seat? >> no, i don't do that. i don't do that stuff, pam. i don't want people to know where i am. >> i know, but people like to
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take pictures with you, don't they? usually i have no makeup, i'm out for a run. thanks. 6:21. a new treatment to help people addicted to opioids. it's a drug approved by the fda. what it reportedly can do. and the xbox controller is getting a major upgrade to make gaming more inclusive. we will check it out when we return. looking at tonight's primetime lineup, it's gotham at 8 pm. followed by "showtime at the apollo". after that, the 10 and 11:00 news.
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welcome back. a grand jury in san francisco indicted the ceo of bumble bee foods on charges that he conspired to fix prices. he's accused of conspiring with others to eliminate competition by setting prices for canned tuna. two other indicative -- executives have already pled guilty to price fixing. the u.s. government began the investigation more than two years ago. 6:24. an update about the healthcare around romaine lettuce. the cdc now says it's okay to eat romaine lettuce. severe e. coli outbreak that made 172 people sick in 32 -- 32 states was linked it to romaine lettuce grown in yuma,
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arizona. one person here in california died after eating the lettuce. the fda says know romaine lettuce has been harvested in yuma since april 16. now it is wall pass that 20 monday shelf life. one company is looking to re-invite the wheel. michelin is launching an airlift tire called and we'll -- tweel . each tweel will cost $750. not cheap. xbox is debuting a new controller helping gamers with disabilities. there are no directional pads, no buttons. instead, it's just a white slab with two large black buttons. making it easier for people with disabilities to play the games or people who suffer from muscular problems.
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that controller, by the way, the price it starts at $100. >> nice. 6:26 is the time right now. a bold move from san francisco mayor mark farrell. the millions of dollars he's budgeting to deploy medical teams to san francisco's streets and what they are going to be targeting. a homicide investigation underway right now. two people were shot to death. ktvu's alex savidge is out there. he will have details on what those investigators are working on right now. right now, things have improved at the macarthur maze. when you get to the bay bridge, traffic is a little bit slower. we will tell you more about this coming up. woke up one would think a lot of the low clouds might get wiped out because temps inland are just not that warm. enough to keep us near average to slightly below again. we will take a look at those temps coming up. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
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winning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold.
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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>> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> well, good morning. we are in london this morning. that's the iconic london's tower bridge. the royal wedding, of course, between prince harry and meghan markle is this weekend. we had to be there live. it's one of the things that makes pam very happy to think that she's going to get up early. she is going to be watching tv. watching the royal wedding. you should be there. >> i do like to be part of the royal -- can they do something
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about the watercolor there? it's a thad brown for the ceremony. >> i was going to say, yeah, they need to do what chicago does and make it green or something. >> maybe a sparkling silver thing. >> we are going to be on the air with it tomorrow morning beginning at 5 am. >> me, too. >> you, too. >> good morning. how are you? mostly sunny today. there's still some low clouds around. inland temps are not getting in the 80s. even though they usually get that warm temps. that brings in the fog. the onshore breeze continues this theme. low clouds. chilly. 40s for many. santa cruz mountains, mostly sunny, breezy. it will be nice today. temperatures near average to slightly below. 36 santa rosa. 55 oakland airport. warmest, livermore at 54 degrees. 64, 52 for san francisco. average, 64, 85 the record, 2009.
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giants in town again. that will be at -- with the colorado rockies. 29 miles per hour. the low responsible for our thunderstorm activity has moved off into nevada. you can see it's clearing the picture there. it's actually cleared the sierra. west of oakland, 50s and 40s on the temps. napa airport was 42. some fog thing reported. thunderstorm activity is calmed down. there's another opportunity, if you will, maybe next monday, tuesday, another low will move in. this one is moving out. that's going to allow temps to come out a little bit. 6:31. one issue at 580? >> yeah, that's gone. we are getting more crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza. it seems to be a slightly lighter than usual. but not much. if you're driving to the bay bridge, you'll be in some slow traffic. by the way, the crash that we are talking about that was on 580 has been cleared.
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they cleared it out to the parking lot so the vehicles are all right there. those were on 580. that's helping this out just a little bit. let's talk about 880 northbound. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well. it's crowded, though. also on 580, as i look at the east bay commute, i noticed slow traffic heading south into union city. traffic on the altamont pass. and then slow traffic on highway 4. all pretty normal. for this time of the morning. 6:32. let's go back to the desk. happening now, a homicide investigation in east san jose. late last night, a man and a woman were found shot to death. ktvu's alex savidge, your at the scene. you are near piedmont road. good morning, alex. >> this investigation is unfolding in a relatively remote area here in the foothills of east san jose. you can see behind us here, you have a san jose police squad car blocking off this road to traffic because crime scene
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investigators are continuing to investigate this scene. the actual scene itself is about a mile up this road. as we look life right here, to the left, you can see that a car as we speak is being towed away from that crime scene right now. it appears to be a honda civic. a black honda civic being taken away from the scene. and we get the sense that that has something to do with this investigation. now, this is all unfolding on the 3800 lot of fear road here in the foothills of east san jose. a few miles east of interstate 680. officers first called here around 10:00 last night. that's when they found a man and woman who have both been shot several times. both of those victims died here at this scene. now, at this point, police are not it -- releasing any information on the man and woman who were killed. no arrests have been made so far. according to authorities. police at this point have not released any sort of a description on the person or the people they believe may be responsible for this double homicide. these were, by the way, the ninth and 10th homicides of the
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year here in san jose. if anyone has any information on this case, they should put in a call right away to san jose police. we will send it back to you. >> this looks like a fairly isolated area. traffic doesn't appear to be affected much. >> reporter: oh, no, absolutely not. this is not a major thoroughfare by any stretch. we are ready for up here. beyond this point, from what i'm told, you go up this road and the homes start to end. there aren't any homes after a certain point. you're just talking about a remote area where this crime scene is. this investment -- investigation continues to unfold. mayor mark farrell will announce new effort in the city to help heroin addicts kick their addiction. the program is a first in the country. and will bring direct treatment to addicts. according to chronicled the mayor is including $6 million in the
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current budget proposal to pay for a 10 person team that would go out onto the street and give homeless people a new drug that effective at stopping heroin cravings. almost immediately. farrell told the chronicle that waiting for addicts to come into a clinic is not working. food and drug administration has approved the first non-opioid drug to help patients manage withdrawal symptoms. those can include muscle pain, nausea, stomach cramps, and anxiety as well as insomnia. more than two thirds of overdoses were related to opioids last year. the drug was recently intended to treat high blood pressure. it's been used to help patients trying to get off opioids in the united kingdom a mother is in jail. 10 of her children have been badly abused and were living in a house filled with garbage. i'm a rogers was arrested. --
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at first, she was initially arrested last month. misdemeanor charge of child endangerment. investigators say they found her children living in a fairfield home filled with trash and human and animal waste. she denies the allegations. her husband, jonathan allen, pled not guilty to felony charges of torture and child abuse. both parents are due back in court next week. for a preliminary hearing. former students at presentation high school are demanding the principal and the president of the school's board of directors to resign, saying kinds of teacher misconduct works -- claiming administrators never notified authorities about reports of sexual abuse or assault. the school leaders caused additional abuse by not reporting those claims.
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>> by law, which, of course, as a 17-year-old, i didn't know, from the beginning, the first time that i told about it cuts the police should have been called. >> the school released a statement saying, quote, presentation high school respects the alums who are making these statements and is proud of the strong women they've become even though we disagree with some of their factual descriptions. the school has since opened an office to prevent harassment and added mandatory training for staff. santa clara school district is planning to increase efforts to educate students and staff about reporting sexual harassment. it comes after the necco high school teacher dominic caserta resigned amid sexual abuse allegations. the school district plans to appoint a harassment task force, streamlined reporting procedures, and educate staff, students, and parents.
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caserta has denied the allegations. a lyft driver from fremont is in jail. he is accused of raping a female passenger. the 24-year-old driver is being held without bail. a woman who lives in oakland ordered a ride last month to go to her friend's house in berkeley. the driver driving a white hyundai elantra, offered to take the woman back to her home for free. however, authorities say instead he took the woman back to his home in fremont offered her marijuana, and then raped her when she was unconscious. >> after spending some time in the apartment, she's directed upstairs. that's where the sexual assault occurs. it's our responsibility to get this information out there. he was a lyft driver. serving the entire bay area. >> police say they are concerned there may be other lyft passengers were victims but have not yet come forward. capitola man is facing charges of possession and distributing assault weapons. he was arrested yesterday after the santa cruz county sheriff's
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gang enforcement team served a search warrant at his home. i want to show you a picture of what they see the fan. 10 guns, including several illegal assault weapons. in the process of being built. niles was booked into the county jail and is now being released. >> devon dusty, a member of the bart board of directors is following through on a bold promise he made after very disturbing video was released of people passed out or shooting up on drugs at the civic center bart station. devon dusty is on the bart board. he is at that bart station this morning. helping to patrol the area. he arrived there about an hour ago. he will be sitting at the bart station until 8:30 this morning. this comes after bart riders released this video you're looking at of people passed out or shooting up on drugs inside the bart station. >> it looks third world.
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honestly, you wouldn't think you are in america. just body after body sitting down. needles, feces, everything. do you have fs pd and the art please turn -- department are performing patrols. they will be meeting this week to come up with a permanent solution. our question of the day is this. who should bear the most responsibility for improving conditions on bart? should they be politicians, should it be the police? should it be bart? or someone else? tell us what you think. a vote on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page as well. 6:40. deadly crash in oakland early this morning. police have found a gun at the scene. ktvu's allie rasmus will have a live report on the investigation into this fatal accident. some of the highest towing fees in america.
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details on the new plan for the city of san francisco to help people with low income a -- low incomes pay their towing fees. if you're out and about trying to get to that roads, not a bad commute on the bridges. including the san mateo bridge. another cool morning here. patchy low clouds giving way to a little bit warmer afternoon temps. they are still running a little bit below average for this time of year.
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john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families. and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing. john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future.
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welcome back to fox 2. -- mornings on 2. we're keeping an eye on stocks. macy's had great news. this morning. another big retailer with very disappointing news. jcpenney, dow jones down. almost 90 points. nasdaq and the s&p losing ground as well. we will have the detail coming up in our dollars and cents. about those warriors, they lost to the rockets last night. 127-105. warriors are heading back to the bay area. they split the first two things of the western conference finals. ktvu's joe fonzi has more from last night's game . >> reporter: the rockets and
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her fans knew there had to be a sense of urgency in game two of their playoff series. there's no way they could afford to go down two games to none and then have that series switch to oakland. all year long, the warriors have only been vulnerable when they beat themselves. combine seven first-quarter turnovers with defensive lapses that led to open shots and poor shooting by two of the three guys who provide most of the golden state points. that's a formula for a loss. >> they came out and played a gate -- great game. so they got -- you know, we got what we deserved. so they kicked our butts, no other way to say it. >> we were bed on the defense. it wasn't offense. it was the defense. it was the turnovers leading to the had transition defense. it wasn't offense. >> i started the game with a turnover. i take full responsibility for the start of the game. after that, it's just contagious. our teammates followed my lead.
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>> we do what we are supposed to do. yada yada yada. that's a good feeling. better than the alternative. >> good players and good teams really have bad games back to back. reasonable to expect that klay thompson will do better than three of the 11 in the field. we will find out on sunday when the series switches to oakland. in houston, joe fonzi, mornings on 2 . let's check in with gasia to see what's happening in the next hour of mornings on 2. >> when i join you in minutes, we will be joined by supervisor malia cohen in the studio. we will focus on her efforts to ensure that shipyard gets the toxic cleanup it was promised. following revelations that the contractor appears to have falsified so tests. and her vote that helped paralyze the san francisco police commission to the point
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where it can't even meet, let alone make a decision. apple announced it's working on a second headquarters. now there are indications it's looking at the other end of the country. for that second site. why northern virginia could be its choice. and the battle that could be setting up between apple and amazon. and all those jobs. these stories and much more. i'll join you in minutes, dave and pam. the price to park at the golden gate bridge may be going up soon. >> drivers are allowed to park in the golden gate bridge employee parking lot on the weekends for a five dollar daily rate. the toll plaza parking lot is $.25 every 15 minutes. under the new proposal, drivers would be charged five dollars an hour at both lots. according to the bridge district. those lots make about $200,000 each year. that could double to $400,000. san francisco's transportation agency has approved a break for low-income
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people. >> san francisco has the nation's highest cost to retrieve a car that's been towed. right now, it costs on average 557 bucks to get back a towed car. starting july 1, the city will waive its fees for low-income car owners. but you'll still have to pay the $229 towing charge as well as storage fees that are almost $70 a day after the first day to that towing company. the waiver applies to families that earn $50,000 a year. 6:30 eight is the time. back over to sal. he's been very busy this entire week. >> we have been busy. today is actually one of the better days. right now, bay bridge, we're going to start there. 280 thousand people cross. you know, right now, we do have a crowd that's backed up all the way out to the maze. it's filled in definitely. no problems on the bridge.
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880 northbound, you might want to get on the roads and. because it hasn't filled in just yet. and you can tell southbound 880 is slowing from about eight street into union city. things are just a little better today. 680, pleasanton, a little bit slow on the way down. fremont and nothing major so far in the south bay. 6:40 nine. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. >> thank you, sir. it's a nice forecast. the clouds will burn off. they are not widespread or anything. you can see some breaks looking good. back towards the city. it looks like a nice day. temperatures again really near average to slightly below. sunny and nice. 60s 70s on the temps. still not into the 80s yet. that includes toilet -- clear lake and vacaville. it's going to be nice. san jose, 70, 51 today. average is 75. 53. hello on both.
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100 back in 1997. 32 on the low. sleepy little agricultural town back in 1986. there it goes. spinning into nevada. boy, is it accelerating. weak high pressure will build in. we still have a westerly component there. onshore breeze is not going away. 40s, 50s. pretty cool lows. a lot of low 40s. still in there. scott valley, felton, 43. socal is at 44. saratoga 40s. low 50s. 51. cool degrees. a lot of activity yesterday associated with that lopez favoring north and east. that has since pushed off. another system might drop in for another round of this. one system kicks out. weak high pressure moves in. that's allowing us to slowly build up on some of these temps.
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blocking pattern and green one in the forecast models. blocking pattern. the pattern stays the same, which is why we keep getting these lows flaking in here. 60s, 70s on your temps. and temperatures again should be about 78, 79. they are coming in at 74. that's exactly what they will be . close to slightly below. a little into the weekend. next week, pam. >> thank you, steve. when your body clock is disrupted, you may have a higher risk of major mental health problems. a new study suggests an interrupted body clock is linked to mood disorders like depression or by portal -- bipolar disorder. you cannot change it. researchers studied 91,000 people in the uk and track how
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being active at night or in active during the day affected them. those with more disruption were between six and 10% more likely to be diagnosed with a mood disorder. fewer babies are being born in the u.s. this shows a slight increase where women in their early 40s in particular, the total number of babies born last year was the lowest since 1987. one reason for the decline is more women focusing on a career and waiting to start a family. 6:32 is the time. the white house is launching a new push to build a border wall. what president donald trump is doing to get full funding for the walls and to start building its. plus, major developments from kensington palace this morning. what the royal family just announced about the weekend's big plan. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option
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to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. southwest airlines says no flaws were found after inspecting 35,000 engine fan blades following the midair accident last month. a woman died in a flight when a engine fan broke and debris shattered the window where she was sitting. southwest was ordered to conduct inspections. the ceo says the inspectors did not found any new flaws but some blades were sent back to general electric for further examination. our time is now 6:55.
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a $500 million settlement has been reached by michigan state university with more than 300 victims of larry nassar. he pleaded guilty to assaulting the victims under the guise of treatment. he also possessed child pornography and sentence today decades in prison. lawsuits are still pending against usa gymnastics. espn will be honoring the victims by giving them the courage award at the espy ceremony july 18th. more global billionaires are living here in the bay area. according to the chronicle, the bay third comes in third with the region with the most billionaires. the report says it reflects the growing technology sector in the bay area. a san francisco police team are searching for the owner of
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two pit bulldogs that bit four people and attacked another dog in delores park. take a look at a photo of the man that left with the pit bulldogs shortly after the attack. the dogs attacked a dog named bloom. the dog survived but suffered puncture wounds. her owners tried to break up the dogs but the owners were bitten on the hands. if you recognize the man or the dogs, call san francisco police. the time is 6:57. the back street boys are back. they're releasing their first new single in five years. ♪[music] ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart, breaking my heart ♪ ♪ >> now, the brand-new song is called don't go breaking my heart. it is part of an yum coming album that will be released later this year. the back street boys are celebrating 25 years together. they will continue their las
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vegas residency in july. we're two days away from the big royal wedding. of more information is coming out about how it will take place. meghan markle's father will not be at the wedding. he is recovering from heart surgery and asking the public to give him space to focus on his health. 600 people have been invited to the royal wedding inside of st. george's chapel at windsor castle. the groom, prince harry, will have his brother, william as his best man. meghan markle will not have a maid of honor. >> my impression is that they love one another very much. they're very committed to each other. they're very serious about their relationship. >> now, today 250 officers will take part in a big security rehearsal.
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the wedding will cost about $43 million. most of which will be going towards security. there is also word that elton john will perform on the wedding day. but we don't know if it is within the wedding or at the reception. make sure that you join ktvu tomorrow. we will have live reports from windsor castle clout the day beginning at 5:00 a.m. you will see everything that is happening leading up to saturday's wedding. >> i would recommend that you look into obstruction of justice for the mayor of oakland, california, jeff. that's president trump saying oakland mayor libby schaaf should be prosecuted. more on the white house round table meeting on immigration enforcement. >> reporter: and 98th avenue between sunny side and macarthur remains shut down this morning because of a deadly crash. what we know about the investigation coming up. ming up. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> it is a busy thursday. >> yes. >> may 17th.
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i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about your thursday weather. steve paulson knows -- >> it looks nice today. a bit warmer. gasia, good morning. >> and to you. >> dave is right there. it looks nice on a little more sunshine and our good friend jim at the sausalito yacht harbor. good morning. spring is around the bay this morning. sunny and clear as far as you can see. that is a good sign. 40s for a few. cool readings. patchy low clouds around. they will not last as long today. but they're not going anywhere. they're not disappearing completely. they will be back over the next few days. calmer inland today as the low responsible for the thunderstorms yesterday is exiting stage right. thunderstorms, maybe a few popping up over the sierras. enough moisture to allow heating. west at sfo. northwest at 12 at half moon bay. i think you get the idea. there's a westerly breeze there. 40s and


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