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this morning, we are following news of another mass shooting in the last 24 hours, there have been two. 29 people are dead. the latest happened overnight, nine people were killed by a gunman who opened fire in downtown dayton. this just hours of the 20 people died at a shooting in texas other warmer. firefighters are getting around on the marsh complex fire. the new containment numbers this morning. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. welcome to mornings on 2 on this sunday, i am claudine long.
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>> i am sarah in today for frank. >> we begin with a developing story. there has been another mass shooting in the united states. it is the second rationing in less than a day. >> this latest incident happened overnight outside of a bar in western ohio. ktvu's alyssa harrington is in the newsroom where she has been monitoring this morning's development. good morning. >> reporter: some witness accounts are terrifying they say a gunman wearing body armor opened fire outside of a popular bar. people were running for their lives. some falling over each other to escape. >> people started running. that is when i started hearing shots fired. and, bullets were just really, a lot of people on the backside were following a lot of people got trampled. and, everything went really quick. >> reporter: the shooting happened just after 1 am dayton time. nine people were killed, 26 others injured. police responded within a
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minute and killed that shooter. investigators say he used a 223 caliber rifle and did have extra rounds. dayton's mayor announced it during an early morning news conference that the bloodshed must be stopped. >> i think that the police and our first responders did an amazing job. clearly, the question has to be raised, why did it didn't have to be the 250th mass shooting in america? 250, this year. >> reporter: a motive for the shooting is not known, police have not released to the identity of the shooter. life in the newsroom, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox news. >> that shooting happened after two hours after a deadly shooting at an el paso, texas shopping center. 20 people are dead and 26 others are heard. nine are critically injured. many victims were shot inside a walmart crowded with back-to- school shoppers. this video is from inside the store as shoppers and employees evacuated officers told everyone to keep their hands up as they left the store.
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officials say there may have been as many as 3000 people inside the walmart when the shooting started. security and police quickly moved people from the store into the mall and outside the building. authority say despite early reports, there was just one gunman. his name has not been officially released, but there are reports that he is 21-year- old patrick who lives in a dallas suburb. it is a nine hour drive to el paso the shooting is being investigated as a hate crime. authorities say they have found a manifesto that talks about justifying violence against hispanic people. there are reports that gunman ran out of ammunition than surrender to police >> the person that was taken into custody was taken into custody without incident. no law enforcement personnel fired the weapons. >> the manifesto authorities are looking at was posted 20 minutes before the shooting started. the mayor about process of this committee will not be defined by what he calls the senseless evil act of violence.
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>> shortly after the shooting, walmart tweeted we are in shock over the tragic events where store 2201 and club 6502 are located. we are praying for the victims, the community, and our associates, as well as the first responders. we are working closely with law enforcement and will update as appropriate. democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke, who had served as a passes congressman, was at a campaign event in las vegas, when he got the news about the shooting. >> it is just a real reminder of what is most important at the end of the day for all of us, and just that, you know, any illusion that we had, that progress is inevitable, or that the change we need will come on its own accord, shattered in moments like these, and that is upon every single one of us. there is no luxury in this democracy of sitting this one out.
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>> he canceled all of hisshort- term campaign events and went back to el paso to be with his wife and family. we also visited some of the shooting survivors in the hospital. president donald trump tweeted last night sa today shooting in el paso, texas was not only tragic, it was an act of cowardice. i stand with everyone in this country to condemn today's hatred ask. there are no reasons or excuses that will ever justify killing innocent people. milani a and i send our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to the great people of texas. >> we will continue to follow that story. and our other big news, weather, we have fires burning. right now, it was really hot yesterday. that was something that was going to be a challenge for them. rosemary is joining us now to talk about temperatures lightning up. >> reporter: we will see temperatures come down slightly today. it will be a minor change for our inland folks. as we get into the business week ahead, even better weather, at least when it comes
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to helping firefighters out with a hot and dry conditions. here is a look at cloud cover over the east bay, where we are waking up with widespread cloud cover this morning, from the coast around the bay, and inland. temperatures are within a few degrees of yesterday. some of us a tad warmer, some of us a tad cooler. you can see up over ssl, we have cloud cover this morning. if you knew do know 70 arriving to ssl, you may have delays this morning san francisco checking in at 57 degrees, santa rosa at 56. we have oakland in the low 60s, the moore and san jose in the 60s as well. san jose, a mild start at 65. there is a look at the cloud cover well over our north bay, and when this morning. over the east bay past livermore. as you get into the south bay, we have cloud cover there. it looks like a mix of low clouds as well as mid and high- level clouds. the onshore breeze for fairfield sustained 17, concord gusting to 29. there is an indication we are beginning to see a pattern change. again, temperatures fall off a little today. still be warm inland, not quite as hot yesterday. 92 is afternoon high for areas
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like antioch and concord, and where we have those fires still burning this morning off over our base i communities. 76 expected in hayward, low 80s for redwood city. and in the low bay, low 80s for santa rosa. this will done will continue into the business week. i'll have a look at those numbers coming up in could just a bit. there is good news from the fire lines in contra costa county this morning. the marsh complex fire is 85% contained, and crews expect to have it fully contained by tomorrow. hundreds of firefighters rushed to the area between clayton and brentwood, and firefighting helicopters were brought in after the sun came up. the marsh complex is actually a series of fired that started along marsh creek road. the fires started within a few minutes of each other and have burned a total of one square mile. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat related injury. no buildings have been damaged the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival is still on the minds of people in the bay area. one of the biggest public events of this weekend is the festival art festival.. police are increasing their
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presence. more uniformed officers carrying larger firearms in hopes of acting as any deterrence to violence. >> the mood is definitely different. people are aware of what happened in gilroy, and now el paso. we have got a lot of thank youse for being here, and having the presence we have here. >> normally, their presence is hidden, and it is up front and personal right now. i think it is trying to make people feel more safe and comfortable. >> the festival of the arts continues today from 10 am to 6 pm. we don't know any specific reasons. turn out for at least the first it was less than normal. there is an empty space at the festival as well, reserved for the honey ladies. vendors after recovering from getting injured after working at the garlic festival. there is a sign asking for donations to pay for medical expenses. to show support for the victims of the gilroy garlic festival continues, by
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volunteers turning out for a carwash festival in centerville for the family of the youngest victim, six-year-old stephen romero the event was in the parking lot of pepper was on east in el camino real. folks can buy to offer their condolences and contribute. >> we are happy the community can get together. the lines are all the way to the back of their. we want to say from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for coming and supporting. it is nice to see everybody get together in this horrible situation. god bless everybody. >> organizers say the fundraiser was a huge success. the event went through the evening as supporters continued to come by. happening today, the family of kayla salazar is holding a community celebration for what would have been her 14th birthday. the celebration is a 4:00 this afternoon at emma press farm park on king street in san jose. a gofundme pages up to help kayla's family cover funeral expenses. so far, it has raised more than $83,000. we have also posted a link to the release funds for the victims and families.
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go to ktvu.com and club on web links. the family of a bay area team charged with killing an italian police officer is back in the u.s. after visiting their son. a spokesperson for the elder family read a statement in front of their san francisco home on saturday night. >> we saw our son finn again, he was okay. but tired, remorseful, and scared. he has our full support, and we stand by his side. now that we have obtained more information about this matter and have a plan in place to get to the truth, i have returned home. the public has an incomplete account of the true versions of the events. it is said, however, the truth will set you free. we look forward to the truth coming out, and to our son coming home. >> 19-year-old finnigan lee elder and his friend gabriel met holly are being held in rome. prosecutors say elder stabbed a police officer 11 times during
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a scuffle, and that met holly yours punched and kicked to the officers partner. coming up, and emotional vigil in new york, one week after twins died in a hot car. coming up, the community rallying around the father as he waits to hear if he will face terminal charges. following the cliff collapse that killed three people in southern california, authorities are stepping up security to keep people safe. you...and mom also gets aoss shoppiback-to-school bag? that's yes for less. ross has the brands you want for back to school. and it feels even better when you find them for less. at ross. yes for less.
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good morning, thank you for joining us on the sunday. giving you a live look there at some fog. and perhaps the city behind all of that fog. we are waking up with partly to mostly cloudy skies. temperatures will begin to fall as we get into the afternoon, followed by a bigger cooldown
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for the days ahead. i have details coming up a beach near san diego has reopened after a live about killing three people. the beach is a popular spot for tourists and locals it was crowded at the time of the collapse. reporter maria has at reaction from beachgoers, along with what officials are doing to help keep people safe. >> reporter: the encinitas beach, where a bluff failed and killed three people is back open for beachgoers. more signs have been posted to warn visitors that the area is still at risk of collapsing. >> for the public, please help us out. keep out of that active area, it is all posted. >> reporter: on friday afternoon around 3:00, the bluff collapsed onto several people enjoying the beach below. five people were pulled from the rubble. sadly, three people did not survive. >> if emma comes down for a nice day at the beach, they are sitting in their chairs, eating snacks, and all of a sudden the cliff collapses. >> reporter: locals like megan fitzpatrick who walk the beach daily is saddened by what
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happened. she says it makes her more aware. >> it is not that unexpected there are signs, but there are not enough signs. they are tourists, they don't know that this cliff is unstable. it could happen to anyone of us. >> reporter: city officials say additional steps are being taken to watch the bluffs and ensure that beachgoers remain safe. >> we are going to keep the area around that failure side to the left and the right, there are some fractures in there that the geotech and also engineering expert is concerned about. we will watch that we will post a lifeguard down on the beach, and we will fortify the posting here today. >> reporter: the medical examiner has not released the names of those three people killed. if you want to go down here and enjoy the beach, remain clear of the bluffs. reporting from encinitas, maria dunn, fox news. and off-duty police officer in florida sprang into action
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after watching a car veer off the world that go airborne. officer rich gardner caught the moment an oncoming car flew into the air on his dash camera. gardner says he saw the car drifting across the lane, then hit a driveway, syndicate airborne, then slamming into trees before landing in a ditch. as gardner turned around to head back to the accident, smoke is billowing from the car. >> the car was so heavily damaged, i was not even sure what was the front or the back. there was a female inside that was at the closest points to the door. she was in pain. she said she had back pain. the car was smoking. i just asked her to grab my arm so i could pull her out. we got her out first. then, the driver ended up jumping out on his own. >> pretty unbelievable video, there. gardner says a nurse saw the wreck and stopped to help both people in the car looked like they were going to survive. fire crews in the south they worked to put out a vegetation fire in san jose. the fire was reported just
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before 4 pm on saturday afternoon. the fire charged two and half acres. no structures were damaged. the cause of that fire is under investigation. the city of berkeley will hold its series of emergency wildfire prepared mistral the first drill is set to take place in the elmwood neighborhood. a week later, another drill will take place in the northeast berkeley hills. the final drill is scheduled for sunday, august 25 near the northern border of uc berkeley campus. all three of the drills are scheduled to take place from 9 am to 10 pm. the napa sheriff's office is warning residents about reports of a mountain lion. officials say they received two sightings of the mountain lion near the airport, near the intersection of airport boulevard and north airport road. the sheriff's office is asking residents to use caution while working or walking near the airport. a pretty unbelievable afternoon yesterday, it was pretty hot. >>@of sarah saying that -- >> that's right, sarah likes the heat. >> i thought it was going to be much cooler yesterday, but it wasn't. >> summer is here and present.
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we will see temperatures drop off just a little bit today. we are beginning to transition to a cool pattern. it will be until about the, it looks like the tuesday, wednesday time for him when we get a bigger push of cool air. we are starting out with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. we have a trough that will develop off the pacific and will bring back the onshore breeze. it is already starting to happen. for our inland communities, sometimes it takes an extra day before you really begin to file. low 60s right now to start your morning in oakland. we have 56 in san francisco, 60 degrees in livermore. in the north bay, 59 for napa, 56 in santa rosa. these temperatures are similar to yesterday. some of us just a tad cooler where we have a little bit of a stronger onshore breeze. fairfield is reporting a good onshore breeze this morning as well as conquer. here is a look at some winds
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out of sfo. the northwest present eight, a were reporting project, livermore reporting 5 we do have a southwest breeze over san jose but it is light. here is a look at the cloud cover over there. from the coast around the bay and inland, it is widespread. we will have this at least for the next couple of hours, as we get into 9:00 to 10:00, it begins to peel back. here is a look at the future cast getting into the afternoon, by 10:00 or so, it looks like the coast of san francisco, areas on the peninsula, still partly to mostly cloudy. everyone else looks to clear out by 10:00 to 11:00. as we get into the afternoon, mostly sunny skies away from the coast. we see this where our beaches like areas like capitola and santa cruz get some pretty good clearing. we have great weather there. meanwhile we do remain partly to mostly cloudy and stuck under those clouds for most of the day over areas like pacifica and half moon bay and all of our small communities along that west facing area. if you are going to the coliseum to watch the a's play it will be beautiful here. mostly sunny skies, low 70s in
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the forecast, with that west and southwest breeze picking up 10 to 50 miles for the afternoon, which should feel good. there is a look at afternoon highs in the north. low 90s in santa rosa yesterday. today, upper 80s at sausalito. closer to the water it will be gorgeous. 68 is the afternoon high for the east bay. 75 in san leandro, 85 degrees cast develop some areas hit mid- 90s yesterday, even upper 90s will be in the low 90s. even though it will be warm, hopefully you will feel relief out there if you just don't like the he. 84 san jose is the afternoon high, a beautiful 76 by the water. along the coastline of half moon bay pacifica, 64 to 66 or so. downtown san francisco upper 60s. nice and warm redwood city and palo alto in the low 80s for your afternoon. here is a look at your extended forecast as we get back to work monday. again, only subtle changes coming our way. it really takes until tuesday to maybe even wednesday before inland communities draw back into the low to mid 80s, low
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70s expected around the day. a 10 degrees drop coming our way will take a few days. well, bay area veterans receive the highest civilian honors. >> i am so glad he is receiving this medal while he is still alive and can see it. >> how he is considered a trailblazer in helping to desegregate the military. tens of thousands of protesters and police clash in hong kong, what protesters are demanding from the government.
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the unrest in hong kong shows no sign of letting up as protesters take to the streets for nine consecutive weekend. is fox news katie logan reports, the demonstrators are demanding more democracy. >> there were more 10 scenes in hong kong saturday as more protest continues. tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of hong kong in yet another mass demonstration calling for greater democracy. the march started peacefully, but later in the evening, a small group of protesters set up barricades on roads and blocked the tunnel. there were then clashes between protesters and police, as police tried to clear the crowds. some protesters were seen throwing bricks at a police station. these scenes of violence are becoming increasingly common as protests become more heated the longer they go on. on friday, thousands of government workers joined the protest movement for the first time. the protest has been
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going on for two months, now, despite the government offering to suspend a controversial extradition bill. >> protesters say they are now calling for greater democracy in hong kong. the city is a former british colony. people there generally enjoy greater freedom. the fears are that the chinese government could eventually crackdown much harder on these protests. end of money, there are plans for a citywide strike in hong kong. this political crisis looks set to continue. >> the 600 protesters have been arrested after escalating demonstrations of her for elections. this comes after more than a week of rallies after election officials banned opposition candidates from participating in city elections in september. thousands of people crowded in the streets demanding change. similar protests last week led to the arrest of 1000 people. a photo lawmaker is proposing a new way on voting on abortion issues.
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democratic state senator lauren book has off a bill that would prohibit the photo legislator from voting on a bill that would affect access to abortion, atlas at least half of the members of the chamber are women. currently, men make up 70% of the house and senate. senator books has a bill in response to recent attempts to restrict access to abortion in several states. another mass shooting, nine people killed overnight in ohio. >> coming up, we will hear from the mayor bay in his the police respond to the shooting and neutralize the shooter in less than a minute. dancing for a good cause, a community coming together to help wildfire survivors.
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is the mornings on 2. good saturday morning, sunday morning, my brain is not working this morning. we are taking a live look outside right now. it is a great start to the day. things are going to warm up just a bit today. not as warm as yesterday according to rosemary, though. that is good news for people who don't like the he. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. we had those great warnings yesterday and it ended up being a very wicked hot day. we should not trust these early mornings they give us all the great, who knows what we are looking at right there. >> it is really thick in some
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areas along highway one you will have visibility problems if you are driving out early, seeing's and around santa rosa. not even sure where that is out. we will check in on a visibility graphic to help us out a little better coming up here in a moment. i see we have a little bit of sky right there on top of that cloud cover. here is another view for you, if you from up above. the satellite view shows you it is widespread this morning. northbay, east bay, down to the south bay along the coastline. the darker shades of gray indicating where we could have a little bit of patchy dense fog over the higher elevations we see some in our east bay hills. if you take a look at the coast as well along highway one, from areas of the northbay coastline all the way down through san mateo county coastline we have patchy fog there. it looks thick in some areas. if i slide to the north of the santa rosa airport it is reporting visibility down to about a mile. there is some gray right over highway 101 between santa rosa and it looks like nevada. you may have trouble there.
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eating out the door early, you may have some of this to be aware of. here is a look at the onshore breeze blowing through fairfield. it was gusting stronger this morning, but still sustained a 17. concord gusting to 29. as a result, temperatures are expected to come down, just slightly for today. santa rosa hit 93 yesterday. today you are looking at 89. redwood city is expected to drop 5 degrees or so. concord, you should notice that difference. it will be a warm day, but 91 is better than 98. and san jose coming down slightly. before i let you go, we will have a better look around. 74 for oakland if you are going to the a's game this afternoon, and to ourselves bay 92 is expected for morgan hill. temperatures will continue to drop. i have a look at that extended forecast for you coming up. we begin with developing stories in el paso, texas and dayton, ohio. those are the sides of the
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latest lashings in the country. >> the ohio shooting happened overnight in a busy nightclub area near downtown dayton. alyssa harrington is keeping an eye on all of the reports coming from dayton this morning. you just got an update on the number of victims. >> reporter: moments ago, officials raised the number of injured from 26 to 27. some of them will undergo surgeries later today. in the meantime, witnesses say the shooting happened outside a crowded bar. they heard pops and realized quickly it was gunfire. people were falling over each other to escape. >> it was complete chaos. i heard bullets wriggling. i believe it might have been the shooter who knew his life was coming to an end. he shot all he could. >> reporter: this shooting happened just after 1 am dayton time. investigators there say the gunman used a high-powered rifle. he was wearing butter armor and did have asked around. nine people were killed, 27 are being treated at the hospital. police responded within a minute and were able to kill the shooter. >> i was scared. i did not know if he was going to hit me or what.
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when the bullets ran, i just dodged and went behind a car. >> reporter: a motive is not known. police have not released the identity of the shooter. dayton's mayor did announce during an early morning news conference this is the 250th mass shooting in america this year. this shooting also comes less than 13 hours after 20 people were killed in el paso and exactly one week since the shooting in gilroy. just 13 hours before the dayton shooting, police were called to an el paso, texas shopping center, where a gunman opened fire. 20 people are dead and at least 26 other people are hurt. nine are critically injured. many victims were shot inside a walmart, crowded with back-to- school shoppers. police had arrested the suspect a gunman who is from the dallas area, which is about 650 miles away. the shooting in el paso is being investigated as a suspected hate crime. shortly after the shooting,
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the catholic church invited the community to a prayer service. more than 100 people gathered at the catholic church. church leadership asked for prayers for the victims and their families and friends, and the entire community of el paso. other people showed support by donating blood for survivors of the shooting, while others brought food and water to the family reunification center and to first responders. hundreds of protesters took to the streets of washington dc, following the mass shooting in el paso. activists with the organization mom's demand action protested in front of the white house last night. the group was said to already be gathering in the nations capital for a conference, but began rallying outside of the white house and marching through the streets of washington after the news of a mass shooting began to spread. a standoff in palo alto is over after more than 24 hours. police and started friday morning as a domestic dispute between a man and a woman at a home near robles park. the suspect barricaded himself inside and refused to come out.
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the woman was safe with police after hours of negotiation, officers took the suspect into custody, just before 3:00 handgun was found, no injuries were reported. a union city police officer is recovering after being injured in a hit and run accident friday night it happened in the area of gn fifth street at around 9:30 p.m. the officer was in a patrol car at the intersection when a toyota previous slammed into the driver side rear door. investigators say the driver and one passenger in the previous got out and ran. another passenger was detained at the scene. police searched the area, but the suspects were not found. the officers sustained minor injuries to the head and neck. investigation is underway into a gun battle in santa cruz. officers responded to a report of gunfire early saturday morning between two people, or to groups of people. when officers arrived, they found one man suffering a single gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. there have been no arrests. investigators blocked at the crime scene and we are talking to your nearby businesses and
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residences to see if there are any surveillance footage of what happened. people hit the dance floor to raise money for victims is last year's deadly campfire. last year were, the sacramento western country dance club held dance lessons. the money raised from the event goes to benefit victims of the campfire, who are still struggling to recover all they have lost. >> people's thinking is less enlightened important, and the need is very much there. they don't really need close, they don't need food, what they need is money. that is what we are trying to do. >> organizers say they have raised over $1000 in the last four months. now to new york where mourners gathered for an emotional week for the 1-year- old twins who died in a hot car last friday. their father says he forgot them in the car when he went to work.
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steve rapoport has the latest. >> reporter: heartbreak at the lake for the twins who died of heat stroke after their father left them in a hot car. >> we are all completely devastated. >> reporter: juan rodriguez, the family of the 1-year-old, also drawn support from family and friends asked as they gather to mourn the daughters of his loss of his daughters. >> reporter: rodriguez appeared in court thursday accompanied by his wife and family. the 39-year-old told police he went to work on july 26 and forgot the twins in the backseat of his car. he did not realize they were there until he returned to the vehicle after working an eight hour shift. rodriguez attorney joey jackson says this was a horrible tragedy. jackson is pleading with the bronx district attorney's office, which is looking into the case to dismiss the charges. >> we believe evaluating all the facts, evidence and everything in this case, they will come to the conclusion that this was a horrible tragedy. >> reporter: rodriguez is a licensed clinical social worker and an army veteran who served in iraq.
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he has pleaded not guilty to two counts each of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, and endangering the welfare of a child. he is currently out of jail on a $100,000 bond. another court hearing will be held on august 22 to determine whether a grand jury will pursue criminal charges. >> ron is a good man, and a good father, and a good provider. and certainly never intentional. >> reporter: as temperatures in the summer rise, car safety advocacy groups hope to bring attention to how you are desperate congressional lawmakers in the house introducing the hot cars act of 2019. it will require new vehicles to be equipped with technology alerting drivers to sleeping children in the backseat. mayor representative elijah cummings is speaking for the first time since the president criticized him. he is suspending his cities repetition after president donald trump called it a rat and rodent infested mass. cummings says he does not want to directly criticize the president, but he invited him to come visit his district.
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>> when i hear criticism by anybody about my city, i think the thing that bothers me most is that we have a situation where there are folks who are stepping on the foot, on the hope of our children. >> cummings has likened the trumpet ministration policies at the border to child abuse and has pursued investigations of the trump administration. democratic lawmakers got a look inside and i.c.e. detention center in texas. one of only six owned by the agency. the local i.c.e. director says he welcomed visit from lawmakers, but left disappointed after they were not allowed access to detainees. the tour was led by congressman veronica escobar who says they worked for weeks to get access to the detainees.
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escobar says without the ability to meet face-to-face with detainees, they left without a complete picture of what is happening inside that facility. that facility is designed to hold people for more than 72 hours. it currently has is 840 people. coming up, the family of one of the bay areas teens are charged with killing a police officer has returned to san francisco after visiting their son. >> they say they have more information in the case and are looking forward to their son coming home. and a bay area man received an incredible honor. the ceremony held to award a 94- year-old world war ii veteran with a congressional gold-medal.
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good morning to you, happy sunday. giving you a live look the of the east bay where we are
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waking up with a lot of fog and cloud cover this morning. i see a pattern change in the works. butchers are expected to fall today. a bigger cool down for the week ahead, and i will break it down for you coming up. a world war ii veteran from the east bay receiving the highest civilian honor. the congressional gold-medal. >> the 94-year-old medal recipient was among the first african-americans to serve in the marines during the time of segregation in the military. >> we bestow upon him that he is an efficient official marine. >> reporter: here and so the veterans building friday, surrounded by his family, ex- marine joseph alexander, received the nation's highest civilian honor. >> now present to our honored guest mr. alexander some of the congressional gold-medal, certificate of greatness. >> reporter: the 94-year-old resident earned his honor
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during world war ii for being part of the first unit of african-americans to join the marines. he was forced to train in a segregated boot camp called montfort pointe in north carolina. >> it was they tried everything they could to make them fail. it was not about training, it was about demoralizing them in getting rid of them. the training was not really training. we try to defeat them. >> alexander fought the japanese in the south pacific in the marshall islands. is sacrificed seem to matter little once he returned home to his native new orleans. >> he had his dress blues on. of course he had to go to the back of the bus. so, he was fighting overseas and comes back home. then, you have a civil rights issue. >> he later settled in the east bay. his family says he was proud of his service but did not talk much about it during the ceremony he chose not to speak at all. >> is a very good man, he is a
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good has been, he is a good father. and, he is good friends too many that we know. the maximum front point marines are considered trailblazers for their willingness to help desegregate the military. eight years ago, president barack obama declared all 20,000 of the marines eligible for the congressional gold- medal. but, his family knew nothing about it until recently when they inquired about veteran services. >> i am so glad he is receiving this metal while he is still alive and can see it. >> reporter: his family says they are proud their father was a pioneer in integrating the military. >> things have gotten better from that time. we still have a long ways to go. the hometown of the sacramento police officer killed in the line of duty is remembering her legacy. a memorial was held for tara sullivan.
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she was killed in june while responding to a domestic violence call. she is born and raised in martinez and graduated from college park high school in pleasant hill. people gathered outside of a city hall to share stories and memories. the man accused of killing her is due back in court in october. amsterdam is celebrating its lgbt q community with a pride parade on the water. the annual parade saturday was very exciting. there were acrobatic crews on jet boards above the canal and plenty of decorations on the shore and on the water. thousands participated. organizers say the took part in the can parade. that is so cool. >> we don't have that here. we do have nice weather today rosemary? >> yes, if you can find some place to learn how to do that, maybe lake merritt or something. it is going to be nice out there. or maybe just grab a kayak we do have beautiful weather coming our way. we are off to a cloudy
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steppingwill be slightly cooler, especially around the bay. inland, you should be able to notice a difference. although in the day is coming your way. we are in july. no, now we are in august. where does the time go? as we get into august, temperatures are going to cool. getting into the week ahead, we are looking at our warmest today being yesterday. hopefully, that is good news for you. again, we are going to watch temperatures fall. subtle changes expected today. tomorrow, bitter changes coming back about wednesday and thursday. here is a look at numbers right now under mostly cloudy skies. if you are joining as we are dealing with a little fog. it looks like it could be thick along highway 101 between santa rosa, and then highway one along the coastline looks sucked in pretty good this morning. just be aware of that if you're getting out early. 62 in concord, under partly cloudy skies, we have 62 in hayward. closer to the coast, 55 san francisco, temperatures are
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similar to where we started yesterday. if we go to the inner east bay, some of us onto a mild start. 67 to start your day in brentwood. the 60s for pittsburgh. dublin is checking in about 62. getting into the afternoon we will shave off a few degrees. the onshore breezes back. the marine layer is deeper. ss are reporting a northwest breeze at about eight. it is covered in gray sky. they have delays for some arriving flights there this morning. livermore with a northwest breeze at five as well as hayward. so a light breeze out there, discussed in areas like concord to the delta seeing some of that wind pickup fairfield reporting gusty winds at the moment. here is a view of that cloud cover it will pull back. by 10:00 or so, mostly cloudy at the coast. hartley cloudy around san francisco and parts of the peninsula. looks like everybody else will begin to clear out. as we get into the afternoon, mostly sunny skies away from the coast. south facing beaches will get
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sunshine. our west facing beaches will remain partly to mostly cloudy for today. if you're going to see the a's this afternoon it will be a nice one. 72 degrees, mostly sunny skies. so, that is a beautiful day to be in the stands. here is a look at the afternoon highs starting in the north bay, upper 60s in sausalito, 84 for novato, low 90s expect for st. helena. seven is along the shore, 72 for alameda. low 90s danville. 93 in brentwood, antioch. that is a warm day. some of these areas hits the upper 90s yesterday. 84 san jose. a warm 88 expected, and and i 76 by the water in santa cruz. 81 redwood city, 79 san mateo san francisco you will go to 67. there is a look at your extended forecast, a near repeat for tomorrow before a bigger drop comes our way by wednesday into thursday. areas in the upper 90s yesterday will be in the mid- 80s. be very nice. a 14-year-old had a chance to have her dreams come true with the help of the make a
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wish foundation. she says it is a day she is always going to remember and it helps her forget all that she is going through. and an officer springs into action when he witnesses a woman's car go airborne into a ditch.
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this afternoon, the oakland a's look to sweep the second letter st. louis cardinals last
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night, the a's jumped on the redwoods early and crews to in a 23 victory. they scored two runs in both the first and 2nd innings. the big team in the seventh one pinch hitter chad pinder smashed a three run homer. the giants had to return home today with a series win against the colorado rockies. the giants even the series yesterday with a typical back- and-forth tends game at coors field. the giants scored four runs in the first capped off by a two run homer by a player they just picked up in the trade deadline. after the rockies took the lead in the fifth, the giants came back in the 8th inning the giants won 6-5. raider nation is in morning today. one of the teams greatest wide receivers have died.) was a four-time pro bowl pass catcher. he celebrated his 71st birthday last thursday. a preliminary investigation indicates he died of natural causes while staying at an arizona hotel. the raiders released a statement which reads his loss leaves an internal void for the
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razors family. his kindness and loving nature will be fondly remembered forever. antonio brown is expected to be the next great rangers receiver. that is only if he is healthy enough to play. he visited a foot specialist yesterday. he has actually ever missed the early part of training because of the century. espn is reporting that the raiders do not think the injury will be a long-term problem, and that he could return as soon as sometime this week. the raiders traded for the former pittsburgh steeler and signed him to a three-year $50 million deal. the u.s. women's soccer team is continuing to show its dominance. the u.s. shut out ireland 3-0 in the teams first match since winning the world cup last month. all three came in the first half. both alex morgan and megan missed the game to minor injuries. 37 people watched at the rose bowl. the next stop for the u.s.
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women's five city victory tour is philadelphia at the end of the month against portugal. a 14-year-old girls dream of becoming a real life popstar comes true. it is all things to the make a wish foundation. fox's doug johnson has more. >> reporter: no, you're not watching mtv. this is 14-year-old michaela abby is making the stream country. >> my dream was to feel like a popstar for a day. and, to do a music video. >> reporter: the teenager tells us she plays a lot of instruments and has had many influences. >> katy perry, adele. >> reporter: she says while making the video, it allowed her to forget about her illness. >> my internal almost something like this is actually happening. >> reporter: her grandmother explains they knew something was wrong after michaela broke her arm skateboarding. >> when it healed we thought it did not heal right. in turn, it turned out to be a tumor in there. >> reporter: she has a des moines tumor. her treatment has not been easy on her health. >> they would not allow her to go to science camp. and she was getting bullied.
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>> they were like you can do anything, let's pick on you. i am tired of it. >> reporter: making and later seen this video has giving her confidence she did not know was there. >> i love it, i started crying. it helps me find hope. i can have fun times even though i am having a bad time with my chemo and stuff like that. >> reporter: michaela tells us in top of beating her chemo, she will focus on what she wants to do in the future. >> i want to phone music i love writing music, i have a whole notebook full of my songs. as we continue following the developing news were 29 people were killed in two mass shootings, the people of gilroy are continuing to recover from the shooting one week ago. >> police are stepping up security at various events including the fremont festival yards in hopes of preventing
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any kind of violence. we will have more on that coming up this as a community came together for a car wash in hopes of raising money for the family of the youngest garlic festival shooting victim.
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this morning, we are continuing to follow news of another mass shooting. in the last 24 hours, there
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have been two mass shootings with 29 people died. and, the latest happened overnight were nine people were killed by a gunman opened fire at a bar in downtown dayton. this just hours after 20 people died at a shooting at a walmart in texas. firefighters continue gaining ground on the march complex fires after smog broke out. the new containment more numbers this morning. from trend four, this is mornings on 2. >> a lot of news we are following for you this morning. we are also talking about the heat there. some fires burning right now. we are looking at this picture, and to look to give firefighters a break out there. it was a long day yesterday, certainly for them. good morning, thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2, i am clotting longer >> and i am sarah.
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rosemary is joining us. day tod temperatures are coming down, bigger improvements in the days ahead. we are at least going to see that we had in the right direction today. we are looking at cloud cover out there, some patchy dense fog to deal with. temperatures are similar to yesterday. the onshore breeze looks to be stronger. the signs are there that we will begin to transition to a bit of better weather, especially if you just don't like the heat, especially for the firefighters out there this afternoon. there is a look at the east bayshore where we are covered in the gray sky. do you know somebody arriving this morning, san francisco right now santa rosa reporting 67. livermore and san jose checking out at 65. some of our east bay areas also in the mid to upper 60s to start your morning. here's a look at the 24 hour temperature change. as i mentioned a moment ago, similar to yesterday through concord, fairfield, napa, a bit of an onshore breeze helping you out by a degree or two. sam carlos is warmer this
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morning. there is the view of all of that cloud cover. we are going to begin to see it around over the next hour or so. this is the sunny skies away from the coastline today. here is a look at what we are dealing with, that fog is the darker shade of gray, indicating where it could be fixed. the can of to cause you trouble on the highways. it is over the east bayshore. then you can say over the east bay hills. really along highway one, just in from the north bay down towards the san mateo county coastline. if a shift to the north, we have a bit along highway 101 from santa rosa to nevada. we will deal with that for another hour or two. then again, breaking away to mostly sunny skies. here is a look at the onshore breeze sustained at 17. concord sustained at 12. both of these areas had a stronger gust going earlier this morning. that has since calmed down. as we get into your afternoon, temperatures will fall off by a few degrees. some areas in the mid to upper 90s.
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low to mid 90s expected today. i realize 90 degrees is not cool. 92 is the afternoon high expected for antioch today. we will go 74 for oakland and closer to the water, 64 expected in pacifica with a bigger cooldown coming our way. i have details in the extended forecast coming up. we will begin with developing news this morning. two mass shootings in the u.s. in less than a day. the fleeting shooting happened early this morning outside a bar in the city of dayton, ohio. the gunmen wore body armor and had extra ammunition and started firing at the crowd. nine people were killed. 27 others injured. a short time ago, authorities announced some of the victims will undergo operations later today while 15 shooting victims have been released from the hospital. police patrolling the nightclub area overnight responded within a minute of the gunfire and shot and killed the shooter. investigators say he used a long gone, a to 23 caliber rifle, and have plenty around. witnesses describe the terror once the gunfire started.
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>> i heard the scuffle, i heard feet moving. then all of a sudden, people started running. that is when i started hearing shots fired. >> i am so completely amazed at the heroic nature of our police department, where they did a great thing and stopped the shooter within a minute. >> reporter: dayton's mayor says this was the 250th mass shooting in the united's this year. a gun control group says there were more than 320 mass shootings in the country last year. hours earlier in texas, el paso police responded to a deadly shooting inside a shopping center. authorities say 20 people are dead, and at least 26 other people are hurt. nine are critically injured. many victims were shot inside a walmart, crowded with back-to- school shoppers.
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what you are looking at here is video from inside the store as shoppers and employees evacuated. officers told everyone to keep their hands about the left the store. officials say there may have been as many as 3000 people inside the walmart when the shooting started. security employees quickly moved people from the store until the mall and outside the building. authorities say despite earlier reports, there was just one gunman. his name has not been officially released, but there are reports that he is 21-year- old patrick. patrick crusius. there are reports of a gunman running out of ammunition and then surrendering to police. >> the person taken into custody was taken into custody without incident. and, no law enforcement personnel fired their weapon. manifesto authorities are
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looking at was posted 20 minutes before the shooting started. the mayor of el paso says this community will not be defined by what this community calls a senseless act of violence. walmart tweeted we are in shock over the tragic events at cielo vista mall in el paso where store two 201 and club 6502 are located. we are praying for the victims, community and our associates. we are working closely with law enforcement and we will update as appropriate. democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke was at a campaign event last night in las vegas when he got the news about the shooting. >> just a real reminder of what is most important at the end of the day for all of us, and just that any illusion that we had that progress is inevitable, or that the change we need will come on its own accord shattered in moments like these , and that is upon every single one of us. there is no luxury in this
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democracy of sitting this one out. >> he canceled all of his short- term campaign events and went back to el paso to be with his wife and family. he also visited some shooting survivors in the hospital. a few hours ago, the president tweeted god bless the people of el paso texas and dayton, ohio. in for another tweet, he announced federal law enforcement is working with local authorities to investigate each city's mass shooting. information is rapidly being a related for dayton. much has already been learned in el paso. law enforcement was very rapid in both instances. updates will begin throughout the day. in his sunday message, the pope talked about mass shootings in the u.s. including last sunday's attack at the gilroy garlic festival. >> dear brothers and sisters, i am spiritually close to the victims of the violence in these days that has led to bloodshed in texas california
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and ohio in the united states. >> the pope delivered his message in front of thousands of people in st. peter's square. the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival is still in the minds of people in the bay area. one of the biggest public events this week and is the 36th annual fremont festival of the arts. in the wake of lessened his attacks, police are increasing their presence at the festival. more uniformed officers carrying large firearms in the hopes of acting as a deterrent to any violence. >> the mood is different. people are aware of of what happened in galba and now el paso. we have got a lot of thank you's are being here and for having the presence we have here. >> normally, their presence is hidden. it is up front and personal right now. i think it is time to make people feel safe.
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>> the festival of the arts continues today. we don't have specific reasons, attendees turn told us turn out for the first day seemed less than normal. there is also this empty space for the honey ladies vendors who are recovering after getting injured while working at the garlic festival. there is a sign asking for any donations that would help pay for medical expenses. to show support for victims of the gilroy garlic festival continues by volunteers from all ages turning out yesterday for a carwash fundraiser for the family of the youngest victim. six-year-old stephen romero. the event was at the parking lot of pep boys. folks came by to offer their condolences and contribute. >> we are happy the community can get together. the lines are all the way to the back over there. we went to say from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for coming and supporting. it is nice to see everybody get together in this horrible situation. god bless everybody.
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>> organizers say the fundraiser was a huge success. the event ran through the evening as supporters continue to come by. the family of kayla salazar is holding a community celebration for what would have been her 14th birthday. the celebration is a 4:00 this afternoon at emma fresh farm park on king street in san jose. a gofundme pages up to help kayla's family cover funeral expenses. so far, it has raised more than $83,000. we have also posted a link to a release fund for the victims and families. go to ktvu.com and click on web links. the family of a bay area teenager charged with killing an italian police officer is back in the u.s. after visiting their son. a spokesperson for the elder family read a statement in front of their san francisco home on saturday night. >> we saw our son, he was okay. but tired, remorseful, and scared. he has our full support, and we stand by his side.
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now that we have obtained more information about this matter, and have a plan in place to get to the truth, i have returned home. the public has an incomplete account of the true versions of the events. it is said, however, the truth will set you free. we look forward to the truth coming out, and to our son coming home. >> 19-year-old finnegan lee elder and his friend gabriel natale hjorth are being held in rome. prosecutors say elder stabbed a police officer 11 times. and then gabriel natale hjorth punched and kicked the officers partner. >> there is good news coming from the fire lines this morning. cal fire says the most complex fire is 85% contained and crews expect to have it fully contained by tomorrow. hundreds of firefighters rushed to the area between clayton and brentwood early yesterday. and firefighting helicopters were brought in after the sun came up. the most complex is a series of fires that started along marsh creek road.
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investigators say it is unusual to have that many fires start that close together. they still do not know how the fire started. >> we do not speculate from the beginning. our investigators have to look at all options and rule things out and basically deconstruct each of these fires. >> the fire started within a few minutes of each other and burned a total of one square mile mile. one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat related injuries. no buildings have been damaged. plans to speed up caltrans may be nearing a slowdown >> the reason why any report says the project to electrify services may be delayed.
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there are moments in life that leave a lasting impression. like the feeling of movement as a new journey begins, or the sight of soft fur, warmed by the morning sun. you might remember new flavours, or a view that defies all expectations. these are the memories that stay with you, long after the moments have passed.
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good morning, happy sunday to you, isn't that a beautiful artistic view with the low clouds rolling into the bay? the onshore breeze is a little bit stronger. the marine layer is slightly deeper. as we know, that means it cool down is coming our way. i have details in your weather forecast coming up. a beach near san diego has reopened after a cliff gave out
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killing three people. that beach is a popular spot for tourists and locals and was crowded at the time of the collapse. reporter maria say the dam has reaction from beachgoers along with what officials are doing to help keep people safe. >> reporter: the encinitas beach where a bluff failed and killed three people is back open for beachgoers. more signs have been posted to warn visitors that the area is still at risk of collapsing. >> r the public, please help us out. keep out of that active area, it is well posted. >> reporter: the above collapsed into several people enjoying the beach below. five people were pulled from the rubble. sadly, three people did not survive. >> will families were down at the beach, sitting in the chairs, eating snacks, and all of a sudden the cliff
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collapses. >> reporter: locals like megan fitzpatrick who walked the beach daily is saddened by what happened. she says it makes her more aware. >> it is not that unexpected, there are some signs, but not enough, that is for sure. these are tourists, they don't know the cliff is unstable. it could happen to either one anyone of us. >> reporter: city officials say steps are being taken to watch the bluffs. >> we are going to keep the area around that failure cites the left and right, because there are fractures in their that the geotech and civil engineering expert is concerned about. we will watch that and post a lifeguard down on the beach throughout the weekend. and we will fortify the posting today. >> reporter: the medical examiner has not released the names of those three people killed. if you want to come down here and enjoy the beach, remain clear of the blots. an off-duty police officer in florida spring into action after watching the car veer off the road then go airborne. take a look here, officer rich
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gardner caught the moment an oncoming car flew into the air on his dash can. gardner says he saw the car drifting across the lane then hit a driveway, sending it airborne and slamming into trees before landing into a ditch. as gardner turns around to head back to the accident, smoke is seen billowing from the car. >> the car was so heavily damaged, i wasn't even sure what was the front or the back. there was a funeral inside that was at the closest points to the door. she was in pain. she said she had back pain. the car was smoking. i asked her to grab my arm so i could pull her out. we got her out first. then, the driver ended up jumping out on his own. >> gardner says a nurse stop to help after seeing the red. fire crews in the south they worked to put out a vegetation fire in san jose. that fire was reported just before 4:00 saturday afternoon.
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this was near albany circle. the fire turned to and have acres. no structures were damaged. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. today, the city of berkeley will hold a series of emergency wildfire prepared minstrels. the first row is said to take place in the elmwood neighborhood. a week later, another drill will take place in the northeast berkeley hills. the final drill is scheduled for sunday, august 25 near the northern border of the uc berkeley campus. all three are scheduled to take place from nine until 10 am. in the north bay, the napa sheriff's office is wearing warning reports about them online. officials say the received two mounds of them online near the intersection of airport boulevard and north airport road. the sheriff's office is asking residents to use caution while working or walking near the airport. >> if you are working or walking outside it will be a warm one. you will need the water and sunscreen. >> yes indeed. we are off to a partly to mostly cloudy start. temperatures are expected to drift downward for today. we will begin a cool down. really the bitter cooling will come.
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it looks like right around midweek wednesday. between now and then we will not get any worse. if yesterday was too hot for you, at least we are going in the right direction. giving you a look over san jose where we are mostly cloudy there. for the week ahead, temperatures are now in the 90s and we will slip into the 80s. the fact low to mid 80s expected for our inland cities. outside our doors at this hour, mostly cloudy in santa rosa, 57 degrees. we are also tracking a little bit of fog out there over areas of our northbay valley floor. it looks could be patchy engines for our early morning commuters. 65 in concord, under partly cloudy skies. as we get closer to the shore, 55 in san francisco, 65 san jose. his numbers are a lot like yesterday. the onshore breeze is a little stronger through the delta. temperatures are a tad cooler there. 61 foster city, 62 in velma, 64 over areas near stanford.
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here is a look at some of the breeze out there. it is generally light for the central and south bay. a little gusty through the delta. concord had a good breeze blowing early. it has calmed down, anywhere from 10 to 15 miles per hour from sso through areas of oakland, concord, and towards fairfield. san jose little more, a light breeze. come conditions reported over mountain view. as we get into the afternoon, another sunny day is expected. a little different than what we are seeing right now. these clouds are beginning to thin out. by 10:00 or so we should be partly cloudy to mostly clear away from the coastline. along the coast we will be stuck under the cloud cover, at least our west facing beaches for most of the day if not the entire day. 66 expected with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. upper 60s for sausalito. low 80s in nevada, 86 in sonoma. nice and warm but not bad. there is a look at the east bay, 75 san leandro, low 90s
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expected in danville. brett what is expected to go to 93. which is an improvement over yesterday. 84 for san jose. sarasota you will go to 87. santa cruz 76 is the afternoon highs there. 81 redwood city, 83 woodside, 67. that is a beautiful day in the city of san francisco. there is a look at the extended forecast. if you like to do you will at tomorrow. temperatures fall a bit more tuesday. really wednesday into thursday is when we get that notable drop for inland cities into the low to mid 80s, low 70s expected bayside. >> not that bad. i think it is great. >> we are going to cool down a little bit tomorrow. >> everything you want. thousands of dollars a week spent on guards to watch for fires at a community college. 2 investigates and covers safety equipment at the school that has not worked for months and have has not been fixed. tens of thousands of
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protesters and police crash in hong kong. what demonstrators are demanding from the government.
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the unrest in hong kong shows no sign of letting up as protesters take to the streets for the night consecutive weekend. as katie logan reports, demonstrators are demanding more democracies. >> reporter: several more tense things on hong kong and saturday as protests continues under growing violence. tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of hong kong in yet
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another mass demonstration calling for greater democracy. the march started peacefully, but later in the evening, a small group of protesters set up barricades on roads and blocked a tunnel. they were then clashes between protesters and police as police tried to clear the crowds. some protesters were seen throwing bricks at a police station. these scenes of violence are becoming increasingly common as protests become more heated the longer they go on. on friday, thousands of government workers joined the protest movement for the first time. the protest has been going on for two months, now, despite the government offering to suspend a controversial extradition bill. protesters say they are now calling for greater democracy in hong kong. the city is a former british colony. people there generally enjoy greater freedom. the fears are that chinese government could eventually crackdown much harder on these protests. and of monday, there are plans for a citywide strike in hong
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kong. this political crisis looks set to continue. in london, katie london, fox news. in moscow, russia, 600 protesters have been arrested. this comes after a week of rallies of eion officials banned opposition candidates from participating in city elections in september. that is a people crowded in the streets demanding a change. some will protest last week led to the arrest of more than 1000 people. a photo lawmaker is proposing a new way on voting about abortion issues. senator lauren burke has offered a bill that would prohibit the florida legislator from voting on a bill that would affect access to abortions unless at least half of the members of the chamber are women. currently, menake up 70% of the house and senate. senator book says the bill is in response to recent attempts to restrict acss to abortion in some mistake. we are following the two mass shootings in america in less than 24 hours. >> will tell you what authorities know about last
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> good sunday morning, i'm sarah. >> and i am clotting. rosemary is here with how our weekend is wrapping up after a very hot day yesterday. we are getting a little bit of a break today. >> we are already beginning to
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see a bit of change out there. the fog is with us. there is a view of the golden gate bridge where we cannot see the towers. awfully soupy and thick. and even trouble for folks that may be getting onto the highways. you can see it is especially thick along highway one this morning. up and down our coastline, and areas over the north bay valley getting a little of that as well. right now outside our doors of the east bay, the fog has spread inland. north bay is they down to the suspect, partly sunny and cloudy. it is beginning to thin out, a little more sunshine at this hour. 57 degrees still at this time in san francisco. santa rosa also reported upper 50s. low 60s oakland livermore, san jose at 65. temperatures are very similar to yesterday. here is a look at storm tracker 2. i put a two hour time lapse you can see those clouds beginning to pull away, leaving sunshine for us into the afternoon. he will be partly sunny at the coastline. mostly clear everyplace else. back to the fog, there is a look at where we have trouble this morning. along the east bay shore, i see
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little gray. the oakland airport is checking in okay as well as ssl. take a look at highway one. that dark shade of gray indicates dense fog, and the visibility over highway 101 from santa rosa through nevada could be a little complicated as well. take it easy out there. should be a okay. here is a look at the onshore breeze with us at this hour. fairfield is reporting a sustained winds at 18. oakland at 12 coming up at 10. we know we always look for that wind to indicate whether or not temperatures are going to follow said that into the afternoon. santa rosa hit 93 yesterday, expected to go to 89 for today. redwood city is going to hit 81 which is 5 degrees cooler. concord, a nice drop for you. 91 is a warm day but it is clearly not 98. san jose is expected to hit 84. how about the afternoon highs over areas of napa. 84 down to morgan hill, 92 in mountain view. he will check in about 80 degrees for the second half of your day.
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temperatures continue to fall. those 90s will turn into low to mid 80s eventually. i'll show you when in the extended forecast coming up. we begin with developing stories in el paso, texas and dayton, ohio. the sites of the latest mass shootings in the country. just after 1 am eastern time, a gunman wearing body armor opened fire at a popular nightclub area of dayton. nine people were killed. 27 others injured. police arrived within 1 minute, and shot and killed the suspect. investigators say he had a high- powered rifle and a lot of ammunition. >> i was scared. i did not know if it was going to hit me or what. when the bullets ran, i just dodged and went behind the car. >> authorities are not releasing the identity of the shooter at this time. investigators say they are also still looking for a motive to the attack. community vigil is planned this evening. the ohio shooting happened 13 hours after the deadly shooting out of texas shopping center. a gunman opened fire at an el paso shopping center killing 20
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people and injuring at least 26 others. nine people are in critical condition. many victims were shot inside a walmart that was crowded with back-to-school shoppers. >> go, go, go, come on! >> hands up, hands out. >> this is video from inside the store as the shoppers and employees evacuated. officers told everyone to keep their hands off as they left the store. officials say there may have been as many as 3000 people inside the walmart when the shooting started. store security and police quickly move people from the store into the mall and then outside of the building. police arrested the suspected lone gunman, and the shooting is being investigated as a suspected crime. the suspects name has not been officially released, there are reports he is 21-year-old patrick crusius lives in a dallas suburb. that is a nine hour drive from there to el paso. authorities say they found a
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manifesto that tries to justify violence against hispanic people. there are reports the gunman ran out of ammunition and then surrender to police. >> the person taken into custody was taken into custody without incident. and no law enforcement personnel fired their weapons. >> the manifesto authorities was close to 20 minutes. his community will not be defined by what he calls a senseless evil act of violence. the community of el paso is turning out to support the shooting victims. hours after the attack, hundreds of people lined up at hospitals and blood banks to donate blood to shooting victims. hospitals put out an urgent call for donations was so many people wounded. blood banks normally closed on sunday are opening up this morning to handle the people who want to help shortly after the shooting, the catholic church did invite the community to a prayer service. whether 100 people gathered at the church. church leadership asked for prayers for the victims and
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families and friends, and the entire community of el paso. hundreds of protesters took to the streets of washington dc following the mass shooting in el paso. activists with the organization moms demand action protested in front of the white house last night. the group was said to already be gathering in the nations capital for a conference. it began rallying outside the white house and marching through the streets of washington after news of the mesh and began to spread. we are staying on top of these two machines all morning long. a press conference is scheduled in el paso in about half an hour. we are expected to find out more information from the investigation in both el paso and dayton. it is age:35. we want to turn our attention to the fires burning right now in contra costa county. the most complex fire is 85% contained, and crews expect a full containment by tomorrow. hundreds of firefighters rushed to the area between clean and brentwood early yesterday. and firefighting helicopters were brought in after the sun came up. the most complex fire is a
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series of fires that started along marsh creek road. investigators say it is unusual to have that many fires start that close together. there is still no word on how this fire started. joining us on the phone we have jonathan cox, he is a division chief at cal fire. good morning to you. >> good morning claudine. >> give us the latest on how the fire is going. i think you have cooler weather today which has to be good news for you guys. >> that is right, the school down we are starting to see is beneficial for our firefighters as well as the fact we don't have wind right now. this has not been a wind driven fire. it has been driven by the topography and vegetation. that has given our firefighters the opportunity to make progress on these lines and start to extinguish some of the hotspots. >> that was the big thing we were talking about yesterday, as long as that wind didn't kick up and keep it moving, you guys would be in better shape. you are expecting containment tomorrow, what is the biggest challenge today? >> right now our biggest challenges is what we call
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rollout. so logs and oak trees that are smoldering, after a while they rolled on the hill image of the road. that is what our firefighters are focusing on today, getting deep into the fires, cooling down the heavy fuels and patrolling along the road to make sure no rollout gets to the other side. >> as far as residence close, we did have evacuations yesterday when they were worried about folks near claim in that area, in terms of the structures, and how close you are, i was really confident that we have got this in good shape for that? >> definitely. we really feel like we have turned a corner on this fire. we are optimistic the containment will continue to go up. luckily, there are no structures damaged or destroyed. there is a road closure obviously inconvenient for some and will work as quickly as we can to get that cleared good news out here in the sense that no structures were lost and destroyed. unfortunately, one firefighter injury. look at that readily open as soon as we can. >> is a firefighter going to be okay?
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>> reporter: yes, better entries, heat related from yesterday out here on the fire line. they were taken to the hospital for evaluation. >> we also have to talk about how suspicious this is. a lot of people were questioning so many fires starting so close together. to have any more indication on if this is arson, or something else that caused all these fires to start? >> that's a great question, anytime we get multiple fires, especially in the middle of the night, we want to focus on the line. multiple investigators were assigned to this incident from throughout the area. they are r back to the beginning of each of these fires to understand how it started. the cause of origin will come out after that investigation is complete. >> i know there is some wildfire preparedness drills even happening today. we have the heat. when we were talking about yesterday, i know there is no fire season anymore in california. we have seen how quickly things can pop up and a little bit of a heat wave and wind and all of a sudden you guys are busy for
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the next month. how are you feeling as lessons learned as we keep learning from the more that we need to do as a state, as communities, as neighbors, to make sure we are prepared. in response time, how do you think with this one how quickly you were able to get around it, and how much work are we doing in that front? >> i think now more than ever, there is a heightened awareness about how precarious the fire situation is in california. i think with that there is a lot being done both on the ground by community members and homeowners, and by fire agencies and first responders from throughout the state. we are just starting to see the brush carry fire throughout the state, and we are seen some increased heat after kind of a late rainy season. so, the next few months will be telling as far as fire season is concerned. this is a great reminder that if you have defensible space, to reinforcement and keep it up. if you don't have it, the time
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is not to get it around or structure. we are going into the most critical part of fire season which is the late summer or early fall >> reporter: it wind events and have dry visitation. the take away from this fire is let this be a learning lesson that the time is now to prepare your home for some of the most dangerous months ahead. >> reporter: i would be lying if i didn't say heading into these hot days i get nervous looking around, and certain others with the hot days, it feels even worse. jonathan cox, division chief at cal fire, thank you for the hard work you guys do out there. glad to hear that is good news from the fire lines. we hope this is out soon, and you guys can get a break. >> thank you clne. >> thank you. time is a:40. people hit the dance floor to raise money for victims of last year's deadly campfire. [ music ], the sacramento country western dance club held line dancing lessons. the money raised from this event benefits victims of the campfire who are still struggling to recover all they have lost. >> people's thinking is less
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and less important. yet, the need is very much there. they don't really need clothes, they don't need food. what they need as many. that is what we are trying to do. >> organizes raised over $1000 in the last four months. investigation is underway into gun violence. santa cruz officers responded to reports of gunfire early saturday morning between two groups of people. when officers arrived, they found one man suffering from a single gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. you have been arrest. investigators blocked of the crime scene and we are talking to the nearby businesses and residents to see if there is surveillance footage of what happened. a standoff in palo alto is over after more than 24 hours. police say it started friday morning as a domestic dispute between a man and a woman at a home near robles park. the suspect barricaded himself inside and refused to come out. the woman was safe with police. after hours of negotiation, officers took the suspect into
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custody, just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. a handgun was also found. no injuries were reported. a union city police officer is recovering after being injured in a hit-and-run accident friday night. it happened in the area of g and fifth street at about 9:30 p.m. the officer was in a patrol car at the intersection in a toyota previous slammed into the driver side rear door. investigators say the driver and one passenger in the pre-is got out and ran. another passenger was detained at the scene. police searched the area, but the suspects were not found. the officer suffered minor injuries to his head and neck. 8:42, this weekend's mass shootings in communities, gilroy is learning shootings there. >> how supporters are coming together to support the victims for the shooting there.
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mass shootings in less than 24 hours have killed less than 20 people. >> good morning claudine. >> when the news of dayton came, i really was in shock. when did you hear about the latest shooting. i just can't wrap my mind around all of the
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pain being felt everywhere, as you said when talking in the break just before we came on her live, they are still burying people in gilroy. that is just crushing. >> it is. it was in the early morning hours. i feared, but i think many people probably in the back of our minds did as we were learning about el paso, that these shootings are getting closer and closer to each other, that what would happen if another one occurred. that was exact will happen. we grieve for gilroy, el paso, and dayton. people don't want just grief anymore. this reminds me a lot of the way i felt and many felt after the september 11 attacks, where we did not feel safe going into the public square, going to theaters anymore. the difference then from what we have now is that our leaders united, and we saw action.
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over the years, a commission was created, laws were changed, and we all are safer now from that type of terrorism than we were before. and, people want action right now. that is what we better get in the coming days. >> that is where we talk about the conversation in terms of what happens now. i was watching the five of the parkland victim talking this morning saying we don't wait, we are not going to wait to see you know, to mourn first, we need to talk about what should be done in gun control, what should be done in politics. we don't wait anymore, do you agree with that, do you agree with we just have to dive into this conversation of gun control, and what you think should happen. people are looking to washington to say how do we stop this. >> we can't wait. the father is paying the price for leaders who have waited in the past. we are seeing two problems
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intersect here. the rise of white nationalism in america, in which the fbi told congress earlier this year is on the rise. and, unrestricted weaponry. it is one thing to address a problem. it is another thing to have unexpected guns. with those two happen at the same time, we are seeing what can happen to all of us as we go to churches in concert, and as we saw at music festivals and the like. >> you introduce a bill, what is the next step? tomorrow morning when, what is it that we do, or today to say we are all upset by it, but what happens? >> i'll say something that i know we know will not happen. the president should seek to unite the country right now, and very friendly denounce white nationalism. and in concrete laws, i will put the department of justice
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to work and have a white nationalist strike force to increase monitoring of these groups, to increase prosecution. when it comes to gun laws, we have to ban and by that every assault weapon in america. that is what australia did after just one mass shooting. that is what new zealand is doing right now after the mosque attacks. we are not incapable of doing that. finishes finding the political courage to keep a safer where we go. >> do you think that is going to happen? in a partisan world we are living in right now, do you think people will come together and say okay, let's do this, do you think there will be agreement or do you think there will be another one of those moments where both sides of the aisle are arguing with no actual movement forward on this? >> is will come, i fear that's renewed unity that we need, but it will come with people marching to the ballot box. last midterm election, 17 nra endorsed members of congress were be in, and we were able to pass background checks for the first time ever, copperheads of
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universal background checks in the house of representatives. we were a few votes away from getting that passed in the senate. i believe this will be a top of mind issues in the senate. and if senators and other side aren't willing to say they will put forward a vote on background checks, as well as other measures that can be taken, i think they will lose their seats. change will come as it always comes in this country, not as fast as we want, but through the ballot box. i know the parents agreed in their communities that will make this a top-tier issue. >> president donald trump has tweeted offering prayers and condemning the shooting. sender cory booker tweeted saying when he refuses referring to the president to condemn what the premises, trump is getting licensed to the silence, he is responsible. do you hold president donald trump responsible for what's happening right now? >> yes. 100%, i do hold him responsible for creating a permissive environment. president donald trump may not
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have marched at charlottesville, but his hateful words were certainly present in every lynch torch. that is part of the problem. he fuels this environment every time that there are incidents like this, he does not make it better. he finds a way to make it worse. >> congressman eric swallow -- >> it is on all of us to make it better. he is one person. he is not going to take this country in the ditch he wanted to go into. >> i do appreciate your time this morning. we certainly grieve with the families in el paso, and dayton, and gilroy here. as we try to make sense of this violence behind that surrounds all of us. we appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you clotting. >> it is not a:51. we will go over to rosemary.
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this is a big story of the day, it is the weather. it is warm outside, hot in some places. >> folks are thinking about getting out and about. for your afternoon today, we will go mild around the bay. another one day inland. not quite as hot. we are beginning a transition, and the cooler weather is starting to move in. the bigger changes will come as we get into the business week. i'll show you that in the extended forecast. here is a look at what is happening over at sso, where we are starting out with a lot of great. a lot of fog, even patchy dense fog this morning. if you do know somebody arriving to sso, those gray skies 10 to cause delays. check on that before you head to the airport. the week ahead, a trough will take over and bring our temperatures back down. we had a very warm weather inland yesterday, even reaching to about 99 degrees or so for some folks some areas probably hit 100. we will bring customers down, at least by a few degrees.
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even though it will be another warm day, hopefully not as bad as yesterday, here is a look at storm tracker 2 where we have a two hour time lapse. the clouds are beginning to thin out in addition to low clouds this morning. we have made and high-level clouds, perhaps a little bit of pudgy haze and smoke due to fires burning in the inner east bay. here is a look at the cloud cover along the coastline, that is where we are seeing thick fog this morning. highway one from our north bay sonoma county coast all the way down to san mateo county coastline. highway 101 is seen patchy dense fog there. it looks like we may add a little bit along the east bay shore. for our early morning commuters, hopefully you have the place to be. you will find some fog out there this minute. the onshore breeze at sfo is 10, hayward reporting seven. livermore six, a soft breeze around 5 or so and areas of the san jose. just a bit of a breeze out there, not too bad. temperatures are beginning to rebound in the 65 in concord, 65 in livermore. closer to the shore 61 in oakland, 62 at sfo and 56 right
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now for san francisco. mid to upper 50s santa rosa novato, napa, olympic peninsula, if you numbers here, 65 over areas of redwood city, 64 belmont. getting into the afternoon, if you will see a slight it will be nice at the coliseum. mostly clear skies, and west breeze at 15 miles per hour or so 72 degrees expected around game time. starting in the north bay, your afternoon highs, 82 samba file, 86 in sonoma, 84 napa. if you are thinking about getting out, and a be doing wine tasting, there is a look at the east bay shore. we have 75% landers. low 90s danville. per hour south 84, san jose 80 upper 80s in saratoga. if you have a place to be, santa cruz is a nice bar. meanwhile, daly city pacifica and half moon bay stuck under gray skies and mid 60s expected there. 67 downtown san francisco. there is the extended forecast. get back to work with a little
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change. temperatures drop slightly tuesday. a bigger push of cool air remove in wednesday into thursday. and, drop those inland communities into the low to mid 80s. >> i think they will be glad for the break. the jury is deliberating in a ship warehouse trial, ahead, what is expected when the jury reconvenes later this week.
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razors nation is mourning today. the pro bowl catcher. just celebrated his 71st birthday last thursday. a preliminary hearing indicates he died of natural causes. the raiders released a statement that reads "his loss leaves an internal void for the raiders family but his kindness and loving nature will be fondly remembered forever. antonio brown is expected to be the next great writers a receiver if he is healthy
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enough to play. he had to visit a foot specialist yesterday and has missed the early part of training him because of the injury. however espn is reporting that the raiders do not think the injury will be a long-term problem and that he could return as soon as this week. the raiders traded for the former pittsburgh steeler and signed him to a three year, $50 million deal. the oakland a's look to butter the st. louis cardinals. last night they jumped on the redbirds early. two runs. the big blow came in the seventh. that is when pinch-hitter chad pender smashed the three run homer. giants hoping to return home today with the win against the colorado rockies. the giants even of the series yesterday with the typical back- and-forth at coors field. the giants or two runs on the nobler two in the fourth. scooter jeanette. taking the lead in the fifth. giants came back in the 8th
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inning and buster posey got the pinch-hit two run double. giants win 6-5. we are following the two mass shootings in america in less than 24 hours. we will tell you what authorities know about the shooting last night in dayton, ohio. the city of berkeley is conducting a series of evacuation drills in the event of wildfires. we will tell you why files like -- why firefighters as a people that not even live in the hills need to be prepared.
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a shooting in a nightclub believes nine people dead. witnesses describe what they saw as investigators look into how the tragedy happened. >> and that shooting comes after a shooting in el paso that killed 20. preparing the east bay for the event of a wildfire. how firefighters in berkeley are trying to prepare people for an evacuation scenario. good morning. welcome to mornings on two on this sunday, august 4th. >> frank has a morning off. rosemary is joining us with the weekend weather. >> we will see the cooling trend. it gets underway today. it really will take hold
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getting into the business week. and how about lake tahoe. it is always a good time to head to lake tahoe. temperatures are nice. mild to warm. in the 80s under mostly sunny skies. a beautiful start there with a lot of blue skies. sunshine and some nice wispy clouds overhead. for us, a lot of gray this morning. i am beginning to see that thin out and sunshine pushing through. for the afternoon, mostly sunny away from the coastline. plenty of nice warm weather to go around. santa rosa, 58. san francisco, 57. oakland, 62. livermore, 66. san jose, 69. temperatures are rebounding. this afternoon, expecting to shave numbers by a few degrees. hopefully you will begin to notice. if yesterday was too hot, it should feel better today. here is the two hour time lapse. clouds beginning to thin out at the east bay as well as the south bay and the higher
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elevations as well. still dealing with patchy fog. visibility over santa rosa has improved as well as highway one. you can see the shade of gray. the darker it is means we have thick fog along highway one. it could be patchy which makes it more dangerous at times. take it easy along highway one. outside of that, highway 101 has cleared up pretty good. visibility between 3-9 miles. earlier, a mile, mile and a half. the wind is on shore. concord, 14. oakland, 10. there is a good indication of nice cool air moving in. getting into the afternoon, the microclimate pattern in place. half moon bay, 66. san francisco, 67. 70s and low 80s around the bay. 79, san mateo. 74, oakland. enter east bay, upper 80s, low 90s instead of the mid to upper 90s we experience yesterday. morgan hill, 92.
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temperatures will continue to fall around wednesday, thursday. we will have a look at those numbers coming up. law enforcement in el paso, texas giving an update on the shooting there yesterday. let's listen in. >> i am the district attorney. we are having a very difficult time for the community. but as with a heavy heart that i talk to you. we are in the process of working together with all law enforcement, especially the el paso police department, the texas department of public safety and the fbi. also with the u.s. attorney's office. we will proceed with the investigation. i can tell you from the state charge, it is capital murder. he is eligible for the death penalty. we will seek the death penalty. the loss of life is so great that we certainly have never seen this and our community.
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we are a very safe community. we pride ourselves on the fact that we are so safe. and we certainly -- this community is rocked and shocked and saddened by what has happened here yesterday. we will proceed in an orderly fashion and we will get ready for trial and the prosecution of this person. if i have left you with anything, i would ask you to think of the 20 lives that were lost. those were persons in our community and we will miss them. and all the victims of the physical and emotional impact. we are just not a community that -- this is not -- we
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are a good and loving community. we will hold him accountable. >> thank you. my name is john bash. i am the united states attorney for the western district of texas which covers el paso. my grandmother has lived here for 50 years. she is 91. i don't think she has ever seen anything like this in the community. my mom grew up here. my dad went to college here. i lived here when i was very young. it has been devastating for the community. i have been unbelievably impressed by our first responders, police, fbi and the work they have conducted. we had a very long night last night. i am working this case. i have been in close consultation with attorney general william barr. we are conducting a methodical investigation with our partners. a careful investigation. but with a view toward bringing federal hate crimes charges
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under 18usc and federal firearms charges which carry a penalty of death. we are seriously considering those charges. we will conduct a methodical investigation with a geared toward those charges. we are also tweeting this as a domestic terrorist case as the statutory definition of terrorism, usc2331. this meets it and appears to intimidate a civilian population. we are treating this as a domestic terrorism case. and we will do what we do to terrorists in this country which is deliver swift and certain justice. with that, i think we will turn it over for questions. >> i failed to recognize everyone in the room. the commander with the department of public safety. my name is tommy gonzalez, city manager. i would like to send a message to the families. that is that the first responders are working diligently to unify the families and get the bodies
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back to them as quickly as possible. we are extending all resources to make that happen. we will open it up for questions now. >> you have been listening to a press conference happening right now in el paso as authorities are talking about the shooting that killed 20 people and injured so many more. the big news from this press conference, a couple of things. one, that the u.s. attorney said they are going to treat this as a domestic terrorism case saying, we will do what we do to terrorists in this country and deliver swift justice. he also called it a methodical investigation. also when you talk about the charges about this gunman will be facing, federal authorities say they will bring federal hate crime and federal firearms charges against him which carry the penalty of death. the district attorney in ohio also said they are proceeding with the investigation as a capital murder case and with the number of victims, they are promising to seek the death
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penalty against the shooter in this case. that is coming out just this morning from el paso, texas. as this continues, we will monitor any developments and keep you updated on the new information. again, authorities are investigating the el paso shooting as a possible hate crime. both on the local level and on the federal level. so as we go forward and as we continue to look at this, we will be looking at those issues. they did discover anti- immigration tirade posted online just minutes before the shooting started. the suspect has been identified as a 21-year-old texas man. again, 20 people hurt. 20 people died rather and 26 other people hurt. most of the gunfire happening inside of this walmart center. we have gotten a lot of reaction from people. notably the democratic presidential candidate beto o'rourke who has served as an el paso congressman and he has
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been speaking out. he was at a campaign event in las vegas when he got news about the shooting. >> we are waiting for that soundbite from beto o'rourke. let's see if we can get that. >> it is just a real reminder of what is the most important at the end of the day for all of us and just that any illusion that we have that progress is inevitable or the change that we need will come on its own accord, shattered in moments like these and it is upon every single one of us. there is no luxury in this democracy of sitting this one out. >> he did cancel all of his short-term campaign events and  went back to el paso to be with his wife and family. he also visited -- visited some of the shooting survivors in the hospital. a few hours ago the president tweeted "god bless the people of el paso, texas and dayton, ohio." he also announced federal law
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enforcement is working with note -- with local authorities. information is rapidly being accumulated and dayton. "much has been learned in el paso. law enforcement was very rapid in both instances." >> we are receiving new information about the mass shooting in dayton, ohio. the gunman has been identified as a 24-year-old from belpre, ohio. he was arrested earlier this morning outside of a bar and dayton. authorities said the gunman had body armor, extra ammunition and started firing at the crowd. nine people were killed, 27 others injured. a short time ago, authorities announced some of the victims will undergo operations later today. 15 shooting victims have been released from the hospital. police patrolling the nightclub area overnight responded within one minute of the gunfire and shot and killed the gunman. folks are now trying to make sense of what happened. >> i'm still trying to
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process. >> the mayor of dayton said this was the 250th mass shooting in the u.s. this year. a gun control group said there were more than 320 last year. a community vigil will be held in dayton tonight. in the sunday message, help talked about the mass killings in the u.s. including the attack last sunday at the gilroy garlic festival. >> brothers and sisters, there has been bloodshed in texas, california and ohio. >> the pope delivered his message and front of thousands of people at st. peters square and led the crowd in reciting a hail mary for all the shooting victims. the mass shooting at the
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gilroy garlic festival still on the minds of people here at the bay area. we had one of the biggest public events as we can. the 36th annual event of the arts. fremont police increase their presence there this weekend. you will see more uniformed officers they are carrying larger firearms and the hope is that it will act as an up -- act as a deterrent to any violence. >> the mood is definitely different. people are aware of what happened in gilroy and now el paso. we have a lot of people thanking us for being here and having the presence that we have here. >> the festival of the arts continues today from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. we do not know the specifics. attendees told us the turnout for the first day was lower than normal. and there is an empty space at the festival. it is reserved for vendors is
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still recovering in the hospital after they got injured while working at the garlic festival. and there is a sign there asking for donations to help them pay for medical expenses. happening now, residents in berkeley southeast hills are taking part in an evacuation drill in case of a wildfire. >> we have more from the elmwood neighborhood. alyssa. >> reporter: good morning. drills like this are a great opportunity for residents and also first responders to test out evacuation plans. i got the chance to speak with a woman in berkeley that signed up for the drill today. she thinks doing events like these are extremely important. >> i think it is a great idea. i think we are all primed for what if. and knowing what to do if we have an emergency is going to be so helpful to us. i lived here during the oakland hills fire. so i remember what an emergency is like and i would like to be better prepared next time. >> people that did sign up
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got an alert at 9:00 a.m. on their cell phones alerting them to a wildfire scenario and instructing them where to go for safety. they got in their cars and made their way down the hill. some emergency officials are planning to go door-to-door to alert residents. people can expect to see a lot of police and fire vehicles in the area. the berkeley fire department, police and volunteers are all participating. in the event of a real emergency, officials recommend having a plan to leave by car or by foot and to prepare a go bag with items like water, nonperishable food, toiletries and tools like matches, and a flashlight to help survive in the event of a disaster. police will also spend the morning working on traffic control to see exactly what they need to do if a lot of people are getting in their cars at once and trying to evacuate. at the end of the drill, they will hold a debriefing to go over how it went. live in berkeley, ktvu trend to -- fox2 news. more on the go ship
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trial.
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the jury in the ghost ship warehouse case is back in court tuesday to deliver -- for deliberations. >> many suggest they have been taking careful notes. >> thursday came and went.
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the fate of the defendants still up in the air. the jury went to lunch. by day's end, still no verdict. >> the jury has been attentive and taking notes. i hope and pray and trust that they won't be swayed by some of the d.a.'s -- at best i can call them tricks and deception. >> i think when you are sitting and waiting and you don't know what people are discussing but you know they are discussing your fate, naturally they are going to be a little more anxious. >> within an hour of starting deliberations wednesday afternoon, the jury sent a note to the judge asking if there was a legal definition for the term authorized agent as it pertains to the building owner and required permits. judge trina thompson told the jury there is no established definition of authorized agent
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but that the fire code refers only to agent. prosecutors declined to comment outside court. the defense attorneys said the fact that the jury asked the question bodes well for their clients. >> my client cannot be concerned about authorized agent under any definition and the section says the owner is responsible for permits. >> we interpret this dialogue with the jury right now is a good sign for mr. harris. of course we don't know but we are optimistic that the jury is going in the right direction. >> the jury also asked if the term's leaseholder, agent, property owner and tenant were interchangeable. the jury was told no. attorneys say it is clear that this diverse jury of nine women and three men have been paying close attention. >> this jury is analytic, detail oriented and issue oriented. a very good jury. >> henry lee, ktvu fox2 news. it is 9:20 a.m. rosemary is standing by in the
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weather center. and you will break down what people can expecting the bay area today. >> temperatures will fall off by a few degrees. yesterday was the warmest day. some inland communities, near 100. today, low to mid-90s expected. still hot one but not as bad. a beautiful artistic view with the low clouds below and the blue sky above. mostly cloudy skies along the coast and inside the bay. even well and land. that has changed. returning to be partly cloudy and mostly clear in the inner east bay as well as areas over the south bay. for the week ahead, the cool pattern will continue. areas in the mid to upper 90s yesterday will eventually be in the mid-80s. hopefully that is some relief for you there. here is a look at the two are time-lapse. low clouds pulling back. some right inside the bay. along the coast, it goes without saying. everyone else having some blue skies on the way.
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at 11:00, we should see that pull back and we are mostly sunny away from the coastline. at the beaches, mostly cloudy. southbay, afternoon sunshine. the wind is generally light and variable. we have the onshore breeze helping to bring temperatures down slightly. and a northwest breeze at seven. livermore, onshore breeze. it is light at 3 miles an hour. here is a look at what is going on as far as the temperatures. we are off to a mild start. rebounding over the inner east bay where we have the sun shining. upper 60s, fairfield, concord and livermore. san jose, 69. around the bay, temperatures are cooler. cloud cover holding us down. 56, san francisco. low 60s, oakland. northbay, patchy dense fog around the valley floor. upper 50s, santa rosa. along the peninsula, 63 for san mateo. and stanford, 67. afternoon highs today, here is
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a version for you to track. santa rosa, 93. the afternoon how yesterday. 89 today. redwood city, dropping about 5 degrees or so. that is a nice relief for concord. low 90s and a warm day. upper 90s. so not quite as hot. northbay, upper 60s, sausalito. we have low 80s for novato. upper 80s over sonoma. 86 for your afternoon. for the east bay, low 70s. beautiful day to hang out. berkeley, 74. afternoon highs for the inner east bay, low 90s. which is a warm day. not quite as hot. 84, san jose. 87, saratoga. along the peninsula. 79, san mateo. 78, san francisco. not much change monday. a tad cooler tuesday. wednesday and thursday, a lot better for the folks that just don't like the 90s. we will be in the low to mid-
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80s. >> comparing the temperatures from yesterday to the end of the week, a big difference. >> it will be nice. a landmark agreement between protesters and military in sedan. how the two sides are hoping to restore peace to the country after months of unrest.
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the unrest in hong kong shows no signs of letting up as protesters took to the streets. tens of thousands of demonstrators were out saturday calling for greater democracy. the march started peacefully but later a small group of protesters set up barricades on roads and blocked a tunnel. as police cleared the crowd, clashes began between protesters and police. some more seen throwing bricks at a police station. >> on friday, thousands of government workers joined the protest for the first time. the protests have been going on for two months despite the government asking to suspend a
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controversial extradition bill. protesters say they are calling for greater democracy. people generally enjoy greater freedoms than mainland china but the fear is that the chinese government could eventually crackdown much harder on the protests. iran said it seized another oil tanker in the persian gulf. several crewmembers were detained in the strait of hormuz. the revolutionary guard said the ship was carrying smuggled fuel. the u.s. says it cannot confirm the report yet but this would mark the third vessel seized by iran in the last two weeks. protesters and the military in sudan have signed a peace agreement after months of unrest. the military overthrew the country's president in april after months of protests against the three decades long authoritarian rule. protesters in the military disagreed for months about who should take over control. dozens of people were killed and demonstrations in june. the agreement signed today paves the way for the military to share power with democracy advocates until elections can be held in three years.
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the killing of dozens of people in two mass shootings is also prompting people to help in any way that they can. >> the shootings that brought an influx of blood donations. and the city of berkeley erie -- berkeley is conducting a series of drills for wildfires. pis nearly extinc. ♪ ♪ however, there's hope on the horizon. every day, ikea is designing vital sleep sanctuaries. with rest reserves like these, repopulation is possible, and together, we can save our sleep.
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good sunday morning. thank you for joining us.
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>> let's get a quick look at the weather with rosemary as we talk about some changes coming our way. >> how about a cooldown. >> we will take it. >> temperatures falling off today. just a few degrees and spots. by midweek wednesday, a notable drop coming our way. when we see a gradual cooldown, it is hard to tell from day-to- day. then you look back and you say, it definitely feels better. sfo, some gray skies. maybe having some delays. 57 degrees in san francisco. for areas with cloud cover, temperatures not budging yet. oakland, 62. livermore and san jose, mid to upper 60s at this point. cloud cover will continue. we see this two are time-lapse showing the inner east bay with mostly sunny skies over the
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santa cruz mountains. enjoying some sunny skies. over the northbay, still covered in a lot of gray. sonoma valley over to the napa valley area. and shifting west, we have highway one still covered in gray and some patchy fog reported over highway one. here is a look at the central bay where the coastline is covered. the east bayshore as well. and along interstate 80. hercules through berkeley. oakland, san leandro, hayward and fremont, still in the gray as well as san jose. shifting and lynn, areas over concord, antioch, livermore and pleasanton all enjoying the sun. it is beginning to pull back a little bit from the coastline near santa cruz. some afternoon sunshine coming your way. here is a look at the visibility improving over areas of the shore. highway one, a shade of gray. not as dark as we saw earlier. you may find some out there. visibility should be better. take it easy. we have the onshore breeze.
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fairfield reporting 16. oakland, 10. the onshore breeze and a deeper marine layer will help bring temperatures down slightly for today. and a bigger push comes for the week ahead. if you are going to the coliseum to see the oakland a's play, it will be beautiful. mostly sunny skies. 72. west, southwest breeze at 15 miles an hour. the afternoon high for oakland today, 74. 79, san mateo. inland, 89 -- 89, livermore. 89, santa rosa. looking at the extended forecast and the cooldown coming up. new developments in the mass shootings in dayton, ohio and el paso, texas. law enforcement has identified the dayton gun men as a person in his 20s. local news outlets say he was a 24-year-old from bell brook, ohio which is southeast of dayton. investigators say the gunman opened fire at a popular nightclub area in dayton at about 1:00 eastern time. nine people were killed and 27 injured. >> i heard the scuffle.
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i heard feet moving. then people start running. that is when i heard shots fired. >> i am amazed at the heroic nature of our police department. they did first-aid and stop of the shooter under a minute. we are grateful for their service. >> police patrolling the area arrived on the scene within one minute of the gunfire. they shot and killed the gunman. the fbi is helping dayton authorities with the investigation. that shooting happened just 13 hours the deadly shooting in and el paso, texas shopping center. authorities say 20 people are dead and 26 others are hurt. police have arrested the suspected gunman who is from the dallas area. within the last 30 minutes at a news conference, federal and local officials announced they will pursue charges that could result in the death penalty for the gunman. they include domestic terrorism, federal firearms
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charges and capital murder charges. the name of the gunman has not been officially released but there are reports that he is 21-year-old patrick crusius who lives in a dallas suburb. that is more than 600 miles away from el paso. authorities said they found a manifesto that claims to justify violence against hispanic people. that was posted 20 minutes before the shooting started. it included information saying that he expected today. there are reports that the gunman ran out ammunion and that is why he surrendered to police. >> the person was taken into custody without incident. no law enforcement personnel fired their weapon. >> the mayor of el paso said his community will not be defined by what he calls a senseless evil act of violence. other officials say that their city is known for being a loving community of two cultures and that they won't change. >> the community of el paso was turning out to support the shooting victims hours after the attack. hundreds of people lined up at hospitals and blood banks to donate blood to shooting
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victims. hospitals put out an urgent call for donations with so many people wounded. and blood banks that are normally closed sunday are opening up this morning to handle the people who want to help. >> shortly after the shooting, the catholic church invited the community to a prayer service. more than 100 people gathered at saint pius the tenth catholic church. church leadership asked for prayers for the victims, families, friends and the entire community of el paso. hundreds of protesters took to the streets of washington dc following the mass shooting in el paso. activists within the organization "moms demand action" protested in front of the white house last night. the group was said to be already gathering in the nation's capital for a conference but began rallying outside the white house and marching through the states of washington. we are of course staying on top of these mass shootings all day. you can find out the latest on ktvu.com, social media and tonight on ktvu fox2 at 6:00
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and 10:00. people happening -- living in a section of berkeley are taking part in an evacuation drill to prepare people in the case of a wildfire. and for families that need to flee their homes immediately. we are live and berkeley with more on how this drill will work. >> reporter: there is actually an announcement going on over a large bullhorn. police are going through the neighborhood and telling people that there is an emergency and then saying that this is a drill. this is a very in depth drill the city of berkeley is doing. i can tell you that it looks like a lot of residents participated. we have seen firefighters, police, paramedics and i got a chance to speak with a resident who also signed up to take part. >> i think it is a great idea. i think we are all primed to for what if and knowing what to do if we have an emergency will be so helpful to us. i lived here during the oakland hills fire so i remember what the emergency was like and i
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would like to be better prepared next time. >> reporter: the fire chief just showed up. tell us how it went this morning. >> so far, it is going pretty well. i am on my way down to join the community at the location where we asked them to go to see how many people we had to evacuate. from the first responder perspective, we have crews in the evacuation area and in the locations where they would be helping people to get out and defend them if they were trapped. and the big component to this was from the first responder perspective. a core to fight -- coordinated unified command post. we are working together on the plan to get people out while we send people in to fight the fire. >> reporter: we are hearing announcement. what is that? >> those are the new speakers the police department has. they are long-range acoustic devices. it is special technology that allows for long-range penetrating verbal warnings.
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they are mobile. it is also something we are looking at an the future for potential speakers to do announcements and warnings to the public. >> reporter: can you tell us why it is so important for cities, especially berkeley, to take part in drills like this? >> we know historically that berkeley has a history of fires. 1923, most of the north berkeley burned. and then the tunnel fire that started in oakland and came here. with increased wildland severity and unpredictable behavior which we have seen in the last couple of years, then need to notify the public and get them ready to evacuate while we prepared to fight the fire is critical. >> thank you very much for joining us this morning. this is one of several drills that will be happening here in the city of berkeley this month. there is one happening next weekend in north berkeley. ktvu fox2 news.
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people hit the dance floor to raise money for victims of last year's deadly camp fire. last night the sacramento country dance club held line dancing lessons. people took to the dance board to learn a thing or two and show up skills. the money raised goes to benefit victims of the camp fire who are still struggling to recover after all they have lost. >> people's thinking is less important. but yet the need is very much there. they don't need and cooler, or food. what they need is money and that is what we are trying to do. >> organizers say they have raised over $1000 in the last number months. organizers in the south bay worked to put out a vegetation fire in the south bay saturday afternoon near albany circle. the fire burned two and have acres but no structures were damaged and the causes still under investigation. a standoff in palo alto is over after more than 24 hours. police said it started friday morning as a domestic dispute between a man and a woman at a
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home. the suspect barricaded himself inside and refused to come out. the woman was with police. after hours of negotiation, officers took the suspect into custody just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. a handgun was also found. no injuries were reported. a union city police officer is recovering after being injured in a hit-and-run accident friday night. it happened in the area of g and fifth streets at about 9:30. the officer was in a patrol car at the intersection when a toyota slammed into the driver's side rear door. investigators say the driver and passenger in the toyota got out and ran. another passenger was detained at the same. police searched the area by the suspects were never located. the officer suffered minor injuries to his head and neck. in the north bay, the napa sheriff's office is warning residents about reports of on my up -- mountain lion near the napa county airport. officials said they received two sightings of the mountain lion near the intersection of airport boulevard and north airport road.
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the sheriff's office is warning people to use caution near the airport. the hometown of the sacramento police officer killed in the line of duty is remembering her legacy. a memorial was held at martinez last night for tara o'sullivan. the 26-year-old was killed in june while responding to a domestic violence call. she was born and raised in martinez and graduated from college park high school in pleasant hill. people gathered outside martinez city hall to share stories and memories break the man accused of killing her is due back in court in october. plans to speed up caltrans may be nearing a slow down. >> the reason a new federal report says the project to electrify the service may be delayed more than previously thought. and a new study suggests kids lose interest in keeping up with sports after the age of 11. we are looking into what is behind the trend and if parents can get their kids back on the field again.
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a beach near san diego reopened after a cliff gave out killing three people. it is a popular tourist spot for locals as well. we have a reaction from beachgoers along with what officials are doing to keep people safe. >> of the encinitas beachwear of bluff failed and killed three people is back open for beachgoers. but more signs have been posted to warn people that the area is still at risk of collapsing. >> keep out of the active area. >> on friday afternoon around 3:00, the bluff collapsed on to several people enjoying the beach below. five people were pulled from the rubble but sadly three people did not survive. >> locals like megan
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fitzpatrick that walk the beach daily as saddened by what happened. she says it makes her more aware. >> there are not enough signs. that is for sure. if it is a tourist, they don't know this is unstable. >> city officials say additional steps are being taken to watch the bluffs and ensure that beachgoers remain safe. >> we are going to keep the area around the failure site to the left and the right stabilized because of the fractures. we will be watching that. we will be posting a lifeguard throughout the week and weekend. >> the medical examiner has not released to the names the three people killed. if you want to come enjoy the beach, remain clear of the bluffs. fox news. the project to modernize caltrain is falling further behind schedule.
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caltrain was supposed to be running on electricity by august of next year now the san francisco examiner reports that a federal monitor said the project is 17 months behind schedule. that means there won't be any electric trains at the transit center until 2022. this week the leaders in the ridesharing industry report quarterly earnings and analysts don't expect good news from either uber or lyft. uber has seen losses skyrocket at a time when increased competition has cut into its revenue. and lyft is expected to report losses. both san francisco-based companies have suffered through turnover in top management. lyft will announce earnings after the closing bell wednesday. uber will release its numbers thursday. a new study suggests the average kids stop playing sports by age 11. the reasons why include financial pressure, bad coaches or because they are not having fun. jennifer williams looks at what is behind the change. >> at an early age it is important to have freedom. >> notable athletes such as kobe bryant are hoping to roll out a campaign to encourage
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kids to continue to play sports. according to a survey conducted by utah state university for the aspen institute, the average child place for just three years and quits by the age of 11. >> what is more upsetting is, what if they believe and take the bad experience with them throughout high school, college and careers. sports are about collaboration and self-esteem building and skill building. and you can't do that in a negative environment. >> according to the parents surveyed, coaches are the main reason why kids experience extra stress and pressure causing them to quit playing sports altogether. >> many coaches make the air of saying, this is what you are not doing well instead of saying, this is what i would like to see you do and let's do more of that. >> according to dr. jonathan feder, parents and especially coaches need to listen to young athletes. >> a coach should be very determined and kind.
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>> the pressure that a parent puts on their child to perform to a certain level can dissuade them from having fun and playing the game and it becomes more competitive at a young age when it should be fun. >> organized sports has also gotten very expensive. according to the study, parents are saying that they spend an average of $200 a year on traveling alone. that is $50 more then they are spending on the actual equipment that their kids play with. at battery park, jennifer williams, fox news. and any plans on playing outside, it will be a hot one today. >> sunblock and water. especially in one. find a swimming pool. temperatures will be as hot as yesterday. although low to mid-90s is still a warm day. giving you a live look here over the berkeley area. mostly cloudy skies. northbay and along the coast. the inner east bay has cleared out fairly nicely. southbay seeing more of the
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same. getting into the week ahead, we are looking at a cooler pattern shaping up. in factit is beginning to transition. today, subtle changes are expected. bigger changes come midweek wednesday. here is a look at the storm tracker where we have been tracking the fog this morning. even a little bit of dense fog along highway one and highway 101. in the time-lapse, it shows you that we are with mostly sunny skies. san jose south and the east bay, covered in blue. inside the bay, cloudy skies for the east bayshore, peninsula and the coastline. the north bay struggling with gray skies. the wind is light. sfl reporting 7 miles an hour. livermore reporting three. calm over areas of san jose. a bit of an onshore breeze. that will also help us out. temperatures are off and running. 68, concord. 68, livermore. closer to the water, stuck under the gray skies.
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stuck under the 50s and 60s. 62, oakland. 64, sfo. santa rosa, mostly cloudy. and a cool 58 outside your door. let's take a tour and see who was warming up. 67, redwood city as well as woodside. 70, stanford. the inner east bay, some areas around brentwood already reporting 74. into the afternoon, low clouds scaled back second part of the day, beaches get the sunshine. santa cruz and stinson beach area. the west facing beaches. half moon bay, pacifica all with partly sunny, cloudy skies. closer to sunset, it begins to move back across the bay. a temperatures for the afternoon, shaving off a few degrees for most areas. upper 60s, sausalito. low 80s burned about a. upper 80s, santa rosa. part of the east bayshore, 72, alameda. low 90s, antioch and brentwood. upper 80s, livermore. how about the southbay.
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saratoga, 87. santa cruz, low 90s in gilroy. along the peninsula, low 80s redwood city. 74, san bruno. 67 degrees, san francisco. here is the extended forecast. little change as we get back to work monday. it is a good-looking forecast. getting into the extended forecast, if you don't like low 90s, how about low 80s wednesday into thursday. feeling really nice for inland cities. low 70s around the bay. >> i like when it cools down at night. >> i agree. both bay area baseball teams are in the playoff hunt. next, the big win between the oakland a's and the giants.
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raider nation is in mourning. one of the greatest wide receivers has died. cliff branch was a four time pro bowl catcher and just celebrated his 71st birthday last thursday. a preliminary investigation indicates he died of natural causes while staying at an arizona hotel. the raiders released a statement which reads "his loss leaves an internal void for the writers family but his kindness and loving nature will be fondly remembered foreve ." >> antonio brown is expected to be the next great raiders receiver but that is only if he is healthy enough to play. brown visited a foot specialist yesterday and has already messed of the early part of training camp because of injury.
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however espn is reporting that the readers do not think this will be a long-term problem. in fact, he could return as soon as this week and that would be good news. the raiders traded the former pittsburgh steeler and signed him to a three-year, 50 million- dollar deal. this afternoon the oakland a's look to take the st. louis cardinals into two game interleague series. last night they jumped on the redbirds early and improved to an 8-3 victory. two runs in the first and second innings. the big blow came in the seventh when pinch-hitter chad pender smashed a three run homer. the giants hope to return home today with a series win over the colorado rockies. the giants even the series yesterday with the typical back- and-forth at coors field pick the giant sword four runs and then a two run homer from a player they just picked up at the trade deadline. after the rockies took the lead in the fifth, the giants came back in the 8th inning. buster posey came up the bench and had a penchant two run double pick the giants win 6-5.
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a warm day for baseball today? >> not bad. low seven days. a nice little breeze. have the sunblock and the water. all good. >> garlic french fries also. >> let's talk about what is really important. we do begin a cooling trend today. for inland folks, not too school. we will get there over the course of the next several days. we go from low 90s today, too low 90s to low 80s and lynn. low 70s expected around the bay. for the coastline, 60s and 70s today. and back into the low 60s. that is why we like it. a nice warm-up and then in the nice cooldown. >> and fighting the fires in contra costa county hoping to get full containment by tomorrow. they will take all the help they can get. >> thank you for joining us this morning. we have a lot of news happening
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today. we will continue to follow developments for you out of dayton, ohio and el paso, texas. there will be multiple press conferences throughout the day. we will be keeping an eye on those. >> stay on our social media platforms and on our website on ktvu.com. the next newscast is tonight at 6:00. we hope you join us then. have a great day! here's one you guys will like. show me making it. oh! i got one. the best of amy poehler. amy, maybe we could use the voice remote to search for something that you're not in. show me parks and rec. from netflix to prime video to live tv, xfinity lets you find your favorites with the emmy award-winning x1 voice remote. show me the best of amy poehler, again.
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>> chris: i'm chris wallace. now to mass shootings in less than 24 hours. last night, at least nine killed in dayton, ohio, and more than twice that death toll at a walmart in el paso. >> we are just walking out towards going into the store, then all of a sudden pop, pop, pop. it has been like there's a shooter, we need to go. >> most horrific thing i've ever seen. >> chris: i packed walmart filled with back-to-school shoppers. >> our community will not be defined by this senseless, evil act of violence. >> chris: we will have the latest on the shooting and the

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