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and this sketch was just released by the sheriff's office as investigators stray to track down a man accused of attacking two women on a trail. this is mornings on 2. >> and welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday june 6th. >> i'm mike m ib ach a very busy weekend a lot of graduations.
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let's turn to rosemary. it's a beautiful start. yeah. for some it's finally going to feel like summer. we have temperatures climbing today. we will be from cool along the coast to warm inland and it's the start of a warming trend that will take us into the 90s for some by the end of it. areas of the east bay. partly to mostly cloudily. the north bay waking up with clouds. we get into areas of the east bay. concord mostly sunny this morning. we are going to see this peel back as we get in to the second part of the morning. early part of the afternoon. i think we will be partly to mostly cloudy. it'll be along the coastline. 58 in concord right now. 58 in oakland. 54 san francisco and low 50s for nevado and along the peninsula we have 59 mountain view. as we get into again the second part of the morning mostly sunny skies. a least away from the coast around the bay and inland
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communities will be warming up. we will have the gray skies along here. upper 50s to low 60s for the coastline a lot of 60s and a few 70s and you go inland and it's a mild to warm day. mid to upper 70s in the forecast a few pockets will hit 80 or so for the afternoon. take a look at the central valley. its going to be 90s or so in and around areas of sacramento. we will warm up. i will put numbers on the screen when i come back and detail the warming trend. back to you. >> thank you. an investigation is underway in san francisco into a deadly accident involving a bicyclist and a police patrol car. it happened about 9:00 last night near sunny dale. right now it's unclear who hit who. investigators say the bicyclist was a young man in his 20s who
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wearing a helmet. >> >> >> we apologize. this is not related to the story. we want to tell you more about this accident. there were no safety lights on the bike and it didn't have brakes. there was a bike event earlier in the night but it's not clear if the bicyclist was part of that a 3-year-old who was kidnapped is back his family because of the help of a vta driver. >> the bus driver is a hero. o >> investigators believe alfonso eddington took the boy from the library. he then got on a bus with the child heading toward the bart station. the bus driver said he realized the young boy i fit the description of an aalert that was sent out by his dispatch. >> i pulled over and hit the brake and i said i'm looking for a green backpack. once i learned it was a
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kidnapping it really hit. i broke down. >> eddington is in custody. the 3-year-old appeared to be unhurt. the sheriff has released a sketch of a man they say groped two women walking on a trail. they hope someone may recognize the man. he is described as 20 to 30. about 5'7'' with olive skin and a medium build. investigators say both of the attacks happened on monday on the walking which is just north of half moon bay. they say the first incident happened at seven in the morning the second was reported just after six at night. the president is leading ayodele gaze to delaware this morning for the funeral of beau biden. the eldest son of the vice president. he died last week from brain cancer at the age of 46 a mass is scheduled to start? just about 25 minutes. this is a live picture from inside the church. its being held at saint
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anthony's in wilmington delaware. the president will give the eulogy. air force one was scheduled to land in the area a short time ago. the president is with the first lady. others attending the service include hillary clinton and bill clinton and the chicago mayor. thousands of people including the biden family attended the wake. they held hands as they walked in to the church a color guard brought in the casket which is draped the american flag. some waited five hours in line to get into the church and to offer respects. stay tuned throughout the morningw. he will carry part of the memorial funeral mass including the president's eulogy. the san francisco city attorney has filed a lawsuit against a landlord accused of harassing and bullying tenants their rent controlled home. the defendant owns apartment
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buildings in the city. tenants say they had access blocked to mailboxes and the disabled are targeted. >> she is torturing these tenants very bad and illegal behavior with -- improper evictions. with harassment. the lawsuit also claims she has interrupted gas, electric, water and cable service and installed video surveillance cameras aimed at resident's front doors. we tried to contact her but she didn't return calls. santa clara is hosting a gun buy back today. it'll run between eight and noon in san jose. people will be able to hand over their guns, no questions asked. gun owners will be offered $100 for hand guns. the governor is praising santa clara county residents for doing their part to meet the water conservation goal. he talked about it -- water
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district officials say the county met the state's goal of cutting water use by 25% in april. the governor said he importants efforts to recycle toilet water into driving water. >> whatever we can do to facilitate, reclaiming and reusing water we are for. if we can help with more standards i will push that very hard. the governor is expected to visit southern california next week also to talk about the drought. new water restrictions set to take effect in vallejo next week. they said water customers are on target to meet their goal of a 16% reduction in water use. so far water use dropped by 12%. the additional water restrictions are set to take effect on thursday. the new restrictions ban the use of drinking water in fountains or other water features and limits watering lawns by property addresses, even can water on monday, wednesday and friday, road can
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water on tuesday, thursday and saturday. violaters can face up to five hundred dollars in fines. the fair kicks off today at the county event center. it'll feature pig races, carnival rides and a variety of exhibits. there will be performances from tower of power. and the charlie daniels band. the fair runs through june 14 june 14th. it's ten dollars for adults and children five and under are free. oakland animal services are waiving fees by the end of the month. it's called summer of free love. the goal is to help find forever homes for all of the shelters, longer term residents including dogs, cats and rabbits. the shelter recommends all family members be present for at dome to ensure a good match. according to the shelter director the adoptions may be free but the love shelter pets provide is priceless. happening today we could see horse racing history. american pharoah is the favorite to win the belmont
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stakes and capture that triple crown. he has won the first two legs of the derby. his jockey is victor espinozo who nearly won the triple crown last year. russell bays has won more than 12, 5hundred races in his career. the most by any rider and he knows a good horse when he sees one. he is so far he has looked like he was head and shoulders above the rest of his age group. baring any unfor seen circumstances i think he is set to win. now there have been only 11 horses to win. the last was the horse affirmed in 197-8689 golden gate field is expecting a huge crowd. gates will open at nine. the club is sold out with part
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of the clubhouse. changes made at a peninsula are crossing. the safety improvements being made after the death of a woman whose car was stuck on the tracks. and last night at fenway it started as another swing of the play for brett laurie but what happened moments later left a woman in critical condition. (music) hey! let me help with that. oh, thank you! (music) introducing the one-and-only volkswagen golf sportwagen. the sportier utility vehicle.
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good morning. we have a live look at the golden gate bridge. you can see plenty of fog. some of us waking up with mostly sunny skies and we have a warmer day ahead. ly have a look at the temperatures for you coming up. a woman hit by part of a baseball bat at an a's game is
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in critical condition. brett lawry broke his bat yesterday against boston. part of his bat flew in to the stands and hit the woman who was sitting in the second row. she was bleeding from her face and rushed off in a stretcher a boston police officer scooped up her son who was with her. the officer tried to shield the boy's eyes the scene. the woman was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. the player hopes for the best the 49ers are losing another player to retirement a young one and that will happen at least temporarily. anthony davis is leaving because of lingering injuries including a concussion. he was drafted in the first round of 2011 and while the team wishes him well davis expects to return in a year. the 49ers will still own
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his rights. they include 24-year-old chris bor lapd. the women's world cup kicks off in canada today. team usa has a chance to win it all. scott reese spent some time with the team including the players that have strong ties right here in the bay area. >> reporter: the world cup comes only once every four years but for the team players it's a whirlwind. >> it's hectic. we have been -- we have been kind of building up to this point for the past, you know, nine months a lot of travel a lot of training. lots of media. yeah. we are here now and it's -- exciting. >> reporter: especially exciting for the bay area. four of the 23 team usa members having played college soccer locally including kelly and christian who were teammates hats stanford. >> that was a really big
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growing point in my career. i feel like iment as a young naive player and came out more mature and it helped me get to where i am today. >> the players i grew up with. they have a different perspective with them of what it was like playing here i think there is a closeness you that get when you play on a younger team with your players. >> reporter: ju lie johnston was a star just down the road. for her the experience is a bit surreal. >> four years ago i was watching it when i was home for summer break for college. to be here and see what they did is remarkable. the women are poised for a remarkable run in canada but regardless of the tournament outcome they understand the size of this opportunity. >> you can see that there is a
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huge rise in importance and the focus on women's soccer during this time. it's a shooting star event where the world turns on the television for a month and you are the center of it. >> every little girl who plays dreams of making to the world cup and myself. the rest of the girls on this team get to do it and we get to represent the country. >> it means everything. it's maybe a cliche to say a dream come true but it is. >> the first match kicks off at 3:00 p.m. crews have been putting the finishing touches to a stadium. that's where the host country will face china this afternoon. that will be followed by new zealand. >> you can find more information by going to
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ktvu.com. i can tell you the first match is against australia. >> exciting. fun to watch. fun to watch the weather warm up as well? >> yes. we are going to see nice warm weather come our way. we won't loose the on shore throw meaning along the coastline we will continue with that cool weather as we get in to the afternoon and partly to mostly cloudy a live look in to the east bay. you can see we have sun there just a little bit of cloud, fog cover. it's not going to last. it is going away. its going away as we speak. we have a system that continues to push off to the east. the wrap around moisture continues to bring the storms to areas like the sierra and we have seen a few build ups over the local hills though it hasn't amounted to much we will continue to see that for the next day or so. outside of that a warming trend is pretty much what we will see for the weekend. we have the fog that will continue along the coastline.
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low 60's expected along the coast. 70s and 80's expected for today. sunday will be the warmer day as we get into monday. temperatures peak in the 90's. we may hold onto that heat for tuesday and then temperatures start to slide by wednesday. 58 right now in areas right around balance net creek. mid50s for san francisco. red road you are starting out 59, mountain view you as well. 56 in san jose. partly to most include crowdie skies along half moon bay. 56 as you head out the door danville. go further into the east bay we have 56 in antioch and brentwood starting at 61. most of us with in range of where we started yesterday morning. some of us slightly warmer. for the afternoon today a lot of 70s around the north bay. nevado. 80's in areas like clear lake. you go closer to the water and 60s in the forecast -- upper 60s in richmond.
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into the east bay more of our microclimate pattern. 75 castro valley. if you like it warm head to danville. 84 expected for the afternoon. 86 for antioch. mid to upper 70's in and around milpedas. upper 70's around morgan hill and into gilroy. mid-70s for wood side. up 68. san mateo and san francisco looking for 64. low 60 60s along the coast we have weddings, fairs and festivals. the extended forecast with your bay area weekend always in view. temperatures continuing to climb again as we get there to sunday. monday, holding onto that heat through tuesday and then we start to see the numbers pull back a little bit on wednesday. not losing the afternoon sea meaning along the coastline not going to feel the big warm up. >> if you get to hot you have somewhere to go. thank you.
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celebrating all things goonie. fans celebrating that classic movie released 30 years ago and a special guest is slated to attend. we will give you a clue. he is the guy behind that truffle shuffle. meet professor x. is he living at the east bay spca in oakland. he loves to explore. is he looking for a loving new home. to celebrate adopt a cat month visitors to the oakland and dublin centers can adopt a kitten for $75 or take home an adult cat. for more information on professor x go to the website and click on the pet of the day section.
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you can expect heavy traffic for the 21st concert of the shoreline theater. the event is hosted by the rid yellow station and is sold out. this year's line up includes modest mouth, cold war kids and more. that concert kicks off at 11. apple kicks off its conference on monday. it gives developers a chance to check out their newest software and hardware. analysts expect new versions of ios and osx to be revealed. they could also announce a new
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streaming music service and reveal new features for the apple watch. the man behind three unique ballot initiatives got the go ahead to start collecting signatures. he was behind the california flag act. it would require california state flag to be displayed above the american flag. he stayed protocol is that the american flag should be on top. another initiative backed by the same man calls for the governor of california to be called president as in president jerry brown. he also wants to ban out of state election contributions. he said he thinks california is like it's own country and so he said we should start acting like it. one of the biggest movies of the 80's is celebrating it's 30 30th anniversary this weekend. >> if you can hear me run. run. the goondocks is a yearly celebration. 15,000 fans are expected to go to astoria oregon where the
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movie was shot. they have -- and a screening of the movie where fans are expected to dress up as their favorite character. among that year's guest is that guy. that is the actor who played chunk. >> classic movie. written by -- satisfy san francisco's chris columbus. one of his first movies. he also wrote gremlins. >> very locally connected. also a week in to the muni challenge. that was issued to the supervisorrers by transit riders. the challenge is to ride every day for 22 days and we are getting john on the phone to check into see how it's going. ?
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good morning to you. giving you a live look there at -- rowing going on. it looks like lake merit. i believe we have ally on the water this morning. you will want to stay tuned for that. ? outside the doors over the bay and along the coast we are waking up with cloudy skies. over the north bay we have some as well. you go inland east bay and you get in to the south bay. partly cloudy to mostly sunny and into the afternoon we will be mostly sunny at least away
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from the coast. we have a warm upcoming our way. not going to include everybody. it has to do with this key part here. the on shore breeze. we aren't going to loose it all together. it'll taper off of the the inland areas will be mild to warm but along the coast we will remain with partly, mostly cloudy skies. temperatures in the low 60s in the area around half moon bay and pacific a. outside the door 55 degrees san francisco. 58 oakland where we showed you that live shot. 58 walnut creek. into the peninsula we have upper other's. sfo, redwood city, down into mountain view. we will take a look at a few more numbers here. 61 outside the door. gilroy this morning holding onto 55. as we get in to the afternoon again low to mid60s expected for downtown san francisco. we have upper 60s for the east bayshore line you go inland it begins to warm up.
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we have temperatures in upper 70s. even mid80s expected for some areas like pittsburgh and antioch and brentwood for today. a detailed look at your neighborhood for today and the warming trend that will continue for the second part of your weekend and beyond. thank you. here is a look at some of the top stories we are following for you this morning. the funeral for bear biden is just starting. this is a live picture of the service being held at a roman catholic church. bear biden was the oldest son of vice president joe biden. the president will give the eulogy. an investigation is underway in san francisco after a deadly incident involving a bicyclist and a police car. it happened just about 9:00 last night on the edge of mcclaren park. investigators say it's not clear who hit who. they say the bicyclist was a young man in his 20s and he was not wearing a helmet. american pharoah is the
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heavy favorite to win the belmont stake ises and capture the triple crown. the last horse to win that was affirm in 1978. american pharoah is a 3-year- old colt who hopes to be the 12th horse in history to win the derby. . the mayor and seven city supervisors are taking the challenge to ride muni for 22 days. i got on board two where riders said its time city leaders experience life on muni first land. >> if we got on over at van es that would take us down. >> reporter: frustrated muni riders. >> we are at martin. >> reporter: just get on board. board and start a conversation. >> i don't know request we keep giving them more money. >> if i had -- i would take. i'm so not happy. >> reporter: local leaders are promising to ride muni. >> i'm going to make sure that
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i ride every day. i will try some new lines. >> reporter: they were challenged by the transit rider's union that asked supervisors to make good on a policy that's been on the books for 22 years. >> you think they are out of touch? >> i wouldn't say they are out of touch. we want to make sure that they really understand that on a gut level what it means to users on a daily level. >> reporter: the spokesperson admits things could be better. >> are you doing a good job? >> we are doing a good job at getting better. our biggest room for improvement is being unreliable. >> reporter: he said improvements are coming. >> the voters approved five million dollars over five- years. >> reporter: riders say they like the challenge but want to make sure the city leaders go the a real ride. >> why? >> because it -- >> reporter: i think glitches on some of the lines, the mission line. number 14 is very over crowded.
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>> reporter: the ones who signed up say they have learned something. >> makes you more aware of trying to ride. >> reporter: they have been riding for a full workweek. we thought we would check into see how it's going. joining us on the phone is john. good morning. >> good morning. >> how is the week gone? >> the week is going really great. i -- i have ridden every day. >> is that different from your normal routine? how does it vary? >> my normal routine is that i may pick it one day a week. sometimes not. sometimes i bike, i drive as well. it's outside my normal routine. >> has it given you a new
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perspective in terms of what riders deal with? when i rode on it and i grew up in san francisco. i have ridden it for a long time. it's not hard to find rider who aren't happy. they are upset about performance, about a lot of things. >> yeah. there is a lot that goes on on a person yes a daily routine that can be frustrating. muni being late or information, may not be great. often there are other thing that make your life stressl and it's taken out on muni. >> let's talk about your ride i saw you were at 17 which is good. only scott weiner looks like he had a couple more than you. tell me -- we look at some of your tweets. you have been doing that. i have seen tweets where you were late the first day or you just got on the wrong bus the
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first day and -- you were on bart. we have a picture of an escalator out of service. anything that you have seen that surprised you? >> i have been riding for a long time. it's not like my first venture into muni. what this time with the challenge lets me doe is focus on the experience of riders is. so, i have been tweeting abhijit it. liting surprising to me -- you know i'm still surprised that some of the next muni signs are inaccurate and that's why i got on the wrong line. that was funny and i didn't time that -- i built the time into my schedule to take the longer route. in my district we live five miles city hall. often we will take bart. we will take muni and then
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bart. i decided to take the light- rail and j church. i love the view from delores park but the sign put me on the wrong light-rail vehicle and i went on the k and had to take bart. i think that was my one glitch. i asked the -- do you think supervisors and the mayor, do you think you are out of touch and what do you think at the end of the day will be -- the benefit of this challenge? >> i think we are -- out of touch to what the daily grind is for muni riders, what it's like to ride muni every day. we are preparing straightening the roads. all those things ways we are
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working and we know those are things we have to do to improve the system and that way we aren't out of touch. those are things we should be aware of and that's what it helps us with. >> thank you so much for joining us. city officials say safety improvements have been made at an intersection where a driver was killed in february when she was stuck on the train tracks. the changes are at ravens wood avenue. this week the city instaled temporary turn restrictions. drivers can no longer turn from ravenswood onto southbound alma or across the barrier installed. >> the intent is to prevent queing on the railroad tracks. and changes may mean detours of up to a mile for
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some drivers. >> little challenging because if you want to make a turn -- i have seen cars just by habit want to turn and suddenly they stop and block photograph kick that defeats the purpose. police have started issuing tickets and paraphernaliaings for people illegally going around the barriers. the fbi is investigating the breach that compromised the information of 4 million current and former federal workers. security clearance information and background checks dating back 30 years was among the data stolen. hackers suspected to be behind that breach. >> regardless of who it is and regardless of their aim, the administration takes this very seriously and recognizes it as a threat to our national security. >> officials have denied any
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involvement and have called the allegations irresponsible. investigators still trying to to determine the scope of the interruption. it happened in december but wasn't found until april. if you wanted to know how to row a boat today is the day to do it. the lake is holding a free learn to row day at lake merit. ally is already live for us out there on the water. you look like a proalready. proalready. >> reporter: i'm off to a great start. we are out here for learn to row day out on lake marr," ot -- marriot. t. i have an event going on today you will show people what it is to come out and learn to do there >> absolutely. today is national learn to row day. we are expecting to have between 80 and 100 people in boats today. probably have -- 200 or so come by the booth. learn how to use a rowing rowing machine and how to get fit in this wonderful sport. >> reporter: what time does it
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start and how much experience do you need to have to come down and learn this? >> you need to have no rowing experience. if you know how to swim it's a bonus. we will start at nine. >> reporter: i know how to swim. i kind of learned. i got a tick lesson this morning. ly try. is there a way to try to pick it up again? >> yeah. already. >> come backn. >> you got it. >> nice and easy. very well done. >> it's thickier than it looks. these guys make it look effortless. they are just gliding on the water what's your favorite thing about this? >> i love -- you can [inaudible] the moon rice over the lake was the full moon. it's so wonderful. it's different. >> reporter: how much commitment is it if you want to take part?
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>> we have three teams that meet on a regular basis here as well as a sculling team. our team enter mediate, most of this group is. we are out here three days a week. most of our packages are two hours long. it's a great way to get a good work out. >> reporter: for today if you haven't done this before and want to see if you like it you want to try it. you can come out for learn to row day and out here. i think they will have -- some demonstrations. you can get a chance to get in one of these boats and try your hand at it. if you don't fall in the water that maps you have had a successful day. that's how i'm grading. >> are you so smooth. you keep going. >> forward. >> all right. have fun. we will check in with her
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later. >> absolutely. a peninsula woman arrived home and had a scary encounter. in 25 minutes the search for an armed robber and the sketch of the suspect. and getting ready for game two. the party being held today for fans at sports authority. and a look at some of the gear we got that you can find in those stores. ♪ we came in station wagons, campers, on planes to see what walt had built. ♪ forever young ♪ and what we found was a place that was always growing, but never grew old. ♪ forever young ♪ and now comes a celebration 60 years in the making. the disneyland diamond celebration. ♪ may you stay ♪ with dazzling, new experiences for the young ♪ may you stay ♪ and the young at heart. ♪ forever young ♪ come remember that feeling. ♪ forever young ♪ come feel forever young.
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live look there. good morning to you. san jose. we are looking at partly to mostly cloudy. 56 degrees. it's a beautiful start to the day. i'm tracking a warm up for your
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weekend. ly have more on those numbers coming up. because of the help of bay ar volunteers 200,000 meals being prepared at a community project to send to people in need. they hosted the event. it featured 500 volunteers. those meal also be sent to 30 country around the world. volunteers of all ages took part. >> i learned that there are people in the world that don't have the same stuff as us. >> we are all so blessed in this area and it's good to get a -- a little reality check for the kids to see that people in other parts of the world don't have what we have. more trips are scheduled for today. it'll go down as one of the most expensive lunches ever but an online gaming company believes it's worth spending $2.3 million to have a private
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lunch with warren buffet. that was the winning bid to the buffet auction with the proceeds going to the foundation that helps the poor and homeless in san francisco. the auction has raised $20 million in the past 15 years. the warriors are getting ready for game wolf they must play the rest of the series without irving. he fractured his kneecap. >> they will have to come in with a high focus level and eye intensity level. they got that mentality. one man down, another steps up.
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the cavaliers worked out at obra cle. during that practice take a look at this james, practiced over and over again the same shot at the same spot where he miss from at the end of regulation on thursday night. if he made that shot most likely would have been the game winner. there is the nba final schedule. game two set for tomorrow. the series heads to cleveland for games three and four which will be played next tuesday and thursday at six our time. warriors items are red hot and today there is a special party for fans. all sorts of gear will be on sale. there will be surprises and an appearance by one of the stars the last warriors championship team. that event runs from 11 this morning until one this afternoon. it's at the sports authority on bridge point parkway in foster city. if you are wondering what
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kind of gear they may have over there claudine has some. >> we have some examples. hats >> i like to say these are all good options. especially with father's day. >> you putting in a plug for which one you want? which one do you like? >> what's that? that's not the three sign is it? the one in the middle. >> the yellow one. the one in the middle. we have seth curry. we have -- western conference. one that says rosemary rocks. no. they have the city. >> i like the blue one. >> i do too. >> this is my favorite. >> it's nice to have is one that says western conference. you have a little king tiesed one there. that one is cute too. all you gamers out there and
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then -- we have -- we have a lot of curry gear here. in case that -- what you want. we have it and i think that's -- sorry. forgot in the bag. one more. >> that tape works for everything. >> there you go. curry. nice. yellow like the sun. hot hot hot. >> nice and warm. i don't have a yellow one. maybe i will take that one. >> i like it may was so cold. about time >> are you right. right. we had just a spike in the temperatures like may first, may second and then the rest of the month went cool and then we had a little more warm in the end. it'll feel like summer for some of us this weekend. giving you a live look here at the blue skies as well as the low clouds. that are slowly clearing away. temperature wise we are with in a few degrees of how we started
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yesterday morning. some of us slightly warmer. some cooler a live look over oakland and you can see we have clouds overhead here in oakland as well as around the bay and around the coastline. 52 degrees in santa rosa. midother's in santa rose a. san jose starting out at 57 degrees. let's take a look at the big picture here. the center of circulation. the system that continues to push its way to the east will continue to bring the possibility of a few scattered showers and storms to the sierra. you can expect those to pop up in the afternoon. ridge of high pressure starting to strengthen into the weekend. we will continue with the on shore breeze. it'll be mostly sunny. those are the showers that i told you. you can expect for the sierra for the afternoon. then we roll in to the evening and it pushes closer to the bay area. you can see by -- tonight.
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we may have those clouds roll our way. we aren't expecting showers out of it and most likely we aren't going to see it. it looks like those clouds will roll in after sunset. 75 degrees for the afternoon today in nevado. 64 san rafael. 60s in the forecast. stinson beach, 63 with partly to mostly cloudy skies. nice and mild along the water. 70 degrees in oakland. 75 castro valley. low to mid80's for walnut creek. upper 80s in the forecast for area around brentwood and antioch. south bay a nice day. 77 san jose. 78saratoga. 64 san francisco. low 640s expected along the coastline but not a lot of sun for pacifica or half moon bay. always in view. temperatures will continue there are upward trend as we
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get in to the second half of the weekend. becoming hot for some as we get into sunday, monday, tuesday, low 90s in the forecast for inland communities. warmer around the bay. upper manyo's to near 80. that's a warm day. along the coastline temperatures will range in the 60o's. we could see more sun along the coast as we get farther down the road but not necessarily for today. >> thank you. >> welcome. >> late night rides for state senators in sacramento have been canceled. why it was a controversial program and what the senate president is a ceusing the media of doing. >> and father's day is early for inmates at san quentin. >> and we are watching out for events happening around the bay area today. if you are in san francisco the union street festival starts at ten this morning. its being held on union. between golf and steiner. it includes food, live music, a fashion show and much more.
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it's the end of the line for a controversial late night ride service for state senators. senate president said he has ordered the rides to stop. last week reports came up that the state senate had hired two part time drivers who would pick up state senators around sacramento when they call. critics say it was a thinly hidden program to give them a
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free lift when neighborhood temperatures -- when they drank to much. four state lawmakers have been accused of that. he said the drive was hired at the recommendation of security experts. he accused the media of confusing the matter. father's day is a few week as by way but for some it came early. that event is put on by a program called get on the bus. the group gives family members who live a hundred mile away a ride to the prison for a family visit. activities included face painting, board games and pictures. >> just being able to hug them. just being able to kiss them. you know and embrace them, embrace them. >> i have been holding back tears since they came in. >> the event helped one father and daughter meet after ten years of not seeing each a. the
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dads who took part say they appreciated the opportunity to remind their children how much they love them. fresh off their meeting the president the giants in philadelphia and that means fun times with the phillies. spilled popcorn on fans there. made peace with a friendly kiss. the giants showed off their power last night. down 3-1. justin maxwell tied the game with this monster shot. he warming -- he was filling in for hunter pence. posey broke the tie with a solo blast in the 7 president. that was his ninth on the year. giants win. as we said earlier the fan was hurt by a broken bat in boston. on the field the a's struggled, with their defense. they had -- three errors on the day. allowing the red sox first run and then in the fourth -- first allowing the red sox their
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third run. the a's looked like they were starting to turn it around by sweeping the tigers out but they lost to boston last night 4-2. one bright spot, pat vi -- he entered in the eighth and threw both left and right handed. he became the first in the majors to do that since greg harris of the expos in 95 . police say an aalert driver saved a 3-year-old from a kidnapper. and we sent ally out on the water this morning. there she is right there in the middle. those are live pictures. why you are likely to see them out today with her and why many more may soon join them. it'll be a great day to get on the water a warming trend in store. we will check in on the current conditions and the afternoon highs coming up.
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he served in the military. fought for the right its of the under privileged was a member of one of the most powerful political families in the
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country. bidding farewell to beaau biden. >> from ktvu fox 2 this is mornings on two. >> and welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday june 6th. >> good morning. rosemary is standing next to us. may as well say hello to her with this beautiful news on this beautiful june saturday. yes. temperatures are already starting to climb. we have sunny skies, low 60s. we started in the 50s and will look at those numbers coming up. first a live look at mount diablo where we have a few puffs of clouds. we will continue to see this clear out. we will be mostly sunny for inland cities around the bay. along the coastline partly to mostly cloudy. expected for today. we have 60 degrees in walnut. 61 walnut. 60 in fairfield. you get around the bay with agree skies. we are still in the 50s. 59 haywood. low to mid50sa enand around san
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santa rosa. along the coastline the local on shore breeze. that will make the difference from the cool to mild to warm weather. fairfield reporting 22 but this will die down as we get in to the afternoon. it won't give us to much relief but in any case it'll be a nice day for most of us. notice the clouds along the coastline. the sea breeze will stay along the coastline as well. 60s are along the coast. even a few upper other's. around the bay it'll be comfortable. 60's and 70s. even the inland mild to warm. 70s and 80s. the heat stays in the central valley where the shades of red indicating 90s. not going to happen today. eventually we will. we will go in to the future. for today we have some great weather coming our way. i will have a look at the numbers. take a look at your neighborhood and detail this
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warming trend. thank you. thank >> thank you. a funeral mass is being held for beau biden >> this is being held at a roman catholic church in wilmington delaware. the president is expected to give the eulogy and there are several people attending this -- this funeral mass. >> yeah. the first lady, also hillary clinton and former president bill clinton as well as the chicago mayor. >> beau biden died last week from brain cancer. he was only 46. he had a series of health problems throughout his life. he had a minor stroke at one point. certainly very sad. he was planning to run for governor at one point. certainly difficult time for the biden family. >> biden also served in iraq, also the attorney general of delaware and wanted to be that next governor of the state there.
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the president saying he had grown very close to the biden family while in office and had built a very personal relationship with beau. he did die of brain cancer at the age of 46. family members calling him the kindest and most loving person they ever knew. the president again is supposed to give the eulogy and we will --. >> we will keep watching monitor the events inside that church as well. we will try to bring you the president when he gives that. a woman returned home to a scary encounter she said she parked in her driveway and was getting out when the man in this sketch ran up to her and pointed a gun at her. he stole her handbag, jewelry and ran away. the victim was shaken but not hurt. is she was able to help police create this sketch of the suspect. he is described as african american in his mid0's, approximately 6'1'', with a
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slim build. anyone with information should call the sheriff's office. an investigation is underway into a deadly accident involving a bicyclist and a san francisco police patrol car. it all happened about 9:00 last night on the edge of the park near sunny day. right now it's still unclear who hit who. the bicyclist was a young man who hasn't wearing a helmet. >> it's a tragedy. not only for the family but also for the officers involved. there are many different factors that obviously played a role into this tragedy at which we are trying to put together. investigators say there were no safety light its -- lights on the bike. the sheriff's office has released a sketch of a man they say groped two women walking on a trail. is 20 to 30, about 5'7'', with
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olive skin and a medium build. investigators say both attacks happened on monday. they say the first incident happened at about 7:00 in the morning. the second was reported shortly after 6:00 at night. a 3-year-old boy who was kidnapped is now back with his family because of the help of a vta driver. >> the bus driver is a hero. absolute hero. investigators believe the 23-year-old took the boy from the main library when his mother wasn't looking. they say he then got on a bus with the child heading toward the bart station. that bus driver said when the two boarded he realized that the young boy fit the description of the alert sent out by his dispatch. >> i pulled over and hit the brake and i said i'm looking for a green backp ack. it really hit. you know i had to go back in
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the bus and i broke down. >> reporter: the suspect was caught at the bart station and is in custody. investigators say the 3-year- old appeared to be unhurt. the rowing club is hosting a learn to row day here in oakland anyone who wants to go out and learn how to row can come and join in the fun. fun we are live on the water where all the action is taking place. are you looking good ally. >> reporter: thank you. you know this is a real work in progress once i start talking i get in this rhythm and i'm used to talking with my hands but you can't do that in rowing have you to keep both hands on the oar. i will let lizzie do most of the talking. tell us about what people can expect when they come out. >> today is national learn to row day. we are on the [inaudible] offering a free clinic to the
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public. [inaudible] and [inaudible] you can come early and sign up. >> reporter: this is what people can learn to do. very no experience doing this. i got a quick lesson and that's what you are doing. >> absolutely. we want to introduce people to the sport of rowing. it's a great total body work out and is a great way to exercise outside and get to see what the beautiful city offers here on the lake. >> reporter: what's your favorite part? >> i mean i love the work out. i love [inaudible] -- i love my coach. >> reporter: we were talking. what we are doing now is not allowed. you aren't supposed to talk while you row. >> no. no talking is allowed. >> reporter: we are braking the rule -- breaking the rules. >> it requires focus. if you are having a stressful time you can come out here. >> reporter: today you don't have to have any experience.
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>> absolutely. we do prefer if you know how to swim. you don't have to have any prior rowing experience. you can come out and we will show you how to get out and row. >> reporter: no prior rowing experience. i'm the perfect example of that. so far i -- at least --. i haven't sunk the boat. that's the good thing. national learn to row day going on today. here at the lake merritt club. they are doing these clinics from nine to two today. they are picking up the speed. i have to stay focused. i will send this back to you. >> hopefully --. you won't need to use your swimming experience. it sounds like perfect weather. it looks like perfect. all right. she is focused. we will check back in a little bit. happening today we could see horse raising history. american pharoah the favorite to win the belmont stakes and get the triple crown.
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he has already won the first two legs. the kentucky derby and the preakness. his jockey nearly won the triple crown last year riding california chrome. the most by any north american rider he knows a good horse when he sees one. >> he looks like he was head and shoulders above the rest of his age group. barring any unforeseen circumstances like him not liking the track or something like that i think he is set to win the triple crown. >> there have only been 11 horses to win it. the last was affirmed in 1978. historic racing days bring people to the track across the country. golden gate fields is expecting a very big crowd. gates will open early this morning at nine. the turf club is sold out along
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with part of the clubhouse. father's day is just a couple of weeks away and it's time to do some shopping. we have a couple of suggestions. >> nobody ever realizes how beautiful oakland is until they come. >> and what the nba finals in town all eyes are on the other city by the bay. coming up in ten minutes how the city is making sure it looks good in the national spotlight. >> and if you are looking for something to do today why not head out to san leandro. the parade begins at ten. that's followed by the cherry festival. it's all happening in the downtown area and includes a farmer's market, a beer garden and as you may expect a lot of cherries .
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good morning to you. happy saturday a live look over the san rafael area where you begin to see the clouds part out of the way. we will have partly sunny skies a i beautiful day a nice one to hang outside. giving you a look. we have cloud as long the coastline. inside the bay for the inland communities beginning to see the clouds again burn away. we will be left with mostly
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sunny skies for the second part of the day. the coastline going to see partly to mostly cloudy. we have the system here that day after day has led to build up over the sierra. we have had thunderstorms firing off over the sierra. if are you going to the sierra it'll happen again. in to the afternoon we start to see that build up. we may get a little bit of that cloud cover to come our way. in any case we aren't looking at any showers for today. we are looking at a warm up. especially for the up land cities. along the coastline we will continue with the fog. we will continue with the on shore breeze. not going to loose that completely. that means 60s at the coast a very comfortable day around the bay. the inland communities will warm in to the 880's for the afternoon. it's a warming trend that will continue for the second part of the weekend. sunday and monday look to be the hotter days and then temperatures will start to drift back down as we get into tuesday. if you just don't like the heat, be prepared. it's coming our way. it won't last for to long.
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especially for the inland cities that's where the heat will be on. 60 degrees if fairfield right now. we have 61 walnut creek. get around the bay. upper 50s to low 60s. temperatures starting to turn around. mid50s around napa. santa rosa still cool for you. 52 if we shift farther inland 59 antioch. 60 for you pittsburgh and a lot of mid to upper 50s into alamo and through danville. afternoon highs for today. beautiful one in areas like kempfield. san rafael. mid-70s for nevado. areas like clear lake. to the east bay temperatures range to near 70. 70 for oakland. by the way, cream, do you know cream? they are opening up a new one in college avenue. they are give away free sandwhichs today. if you live in that area. berkeley, alameda you may want
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to check that out. 84 in danville. 84 pleasanton. in to the south bay 77 san is jose. 75 in sunny vai a beautiful day along the peninsula. 75 palo alto. 60 for san francisco. low 60s with partly to mostly cloudy at the coast. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view. there is the warm up into the low 90s by monday. tuesday going to be just as warm. it's wednesday when the temperatures start to slide. upper 70s to near 80 around the bay and mid to upper 60s expected partly cloudy at the coast. back to you. >> father's day is just over two week away. if you want to figure out what to get dad we have a couple of ideas. we have a lot of products here a few are made right here in the bay area others we thought were cool. we wanted to give you enough time to shop. let's start with electronics. this is -- see this thing?
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if you are sick of plugging in your charger and you don't want to you plug this guy in and then flip it up so it hangs out on the back. you stick it on this stone and -- i don't know if it works when you hold it. it work when is you put it on the table. it turns green. >> it's a charger. >> yeah. you can hear it? it charges in >> eliminating the cords. >> yeah. it's like a -- this one looks like a -- coaster. then you put that on there and you can plug that in and that one works. >> i don't think i would say no. >> this is a san francisco based company. they gave us a lot of things to show you. just liting things to make your life easier a phone stand. this one just kind of gives you a -- in case you want to take all your selfies or want to talk on face time. always a problem. you have that one. have you this air frame one which is just propers it up on your car. it's like a -- we didn't take it out but you stick it in the
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vent. keep it there so you don't mess with it and then this one. >> not a huge fan of that i like the stone charger. >> it's winning? if you put it along through here. johnny does commercials for this one. it goes --. >> what is it? >> let's say are you run around the studio -- not a charger you put --. >> looks like a fanny pack. >> you drop it and you are like --. >> that's ridiculous. >> bummer. come on. johnny does did on like a chair lift. >> interesting idea. not for me. >> are you just not going to drop it? let's move to this. this is also cool. this is a san francisco based company. you can figure out how to work them? >> nope. >> you put your ears on. >> first of all -- you have to go to disneyland to get them? >> you don't have one? let's talk about that later rosemary i bet has one. rosemary --. >> of course.
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everybody --. >> loves disneyland more than her children love disneyland. >> this gives you options so you don't have to reuse the hat and make different colors. >> there you go. >> look at this. this segment was good just because i can make him do that. >> you have your kids and they are always drawing things for you and always making nice things. >> which when it comes down to it is the only gift i want. i'm not a big item thing. >> two mom who are preschool aged children they try to figure out what to do with all that art. how do we get through this? they created these which are books of your children's art. you can send them in. they send you a little box. it's prepaid. shipping. >> memories forever. >> and you give all your stuff. even your 3d stuff. look at that. you put it all in. the art work is made digital and sent to you in this book. it takes a few weeks to get it. if you like this idea get in
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your orders. >> that's cool. >> that's cool. >> that's cool. >> i don't mind that one. >> it just really wind of helps unclutter. >> that's my number one. i like it >> ktvu.com on your screen. >> some day in the future you give it to your son for father's day. >> that's cool. >> i still have a little binder at home i keep it alln. >> that's because they are young. when they get bigger the binder gets bigger. >> i like my binders. >> if you like any of them we have links to all of them on the website. just go to the web links section which is at the bottom right of our home page. >> or get a warriors shirt. >> and then you have this. we will be right back after the break.
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not waries are giving back to the community. they joined adam silver to open up a remodeled boy's and girl he is club. >> this is really special. it's here for you. >> the renovations part of an nba cares program to help
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children in local communities a 9-year-old asked the head coach as the team celebrating with us cream. with the warriors in the finals the spotlight is on oracle. marketing for the city said its been working hard to make sure that the world gets a good look at oakland. i talked to them about how they are trying to get that done. >> with remaking sure. we are working with the espn producers who are showing the game to ensure they have beautiful scenic shots of oakland. when we watch sporting events half the images are of san francisco sometimes. we are ensuring this time around we have a commitment from the network to show oako land. >> >> reporter: what do you want them to see? >> some of the best, first of all is from the hills down to the waterfront. people aren't expecting we have
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this -- these forests. there is only to many seats. >> absolutely. we have people -- the game will be broadcast all over the world. this is our chance, free attention might i add that doesn't cost the city a dollar to promote the beauty of the city. >> reporter: and as oakland welcomes the burst of tourists to the city we are remembering the last time the finals were in the bay area. the last time they were in the finals was 1975. those games were played at the cow palace. we will talk live with jamal about when this team won that comon ship and his thoughts on this series. >> mcdonalds testing out a new way to see you smile. the chain has developed a create your taste kiosk that lets you make a custom burger. they are being tested
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nationwide including in los angeles. customers use a touch screen to order. they can pick the type of beef, cheese, bun and toppings. some of them include chi li, and red on on slices. new water restrictions. what will soon be banned and the fee. >> and the man behind california flag act. just got to go ahead. that's not his only unique ballot initiative. what else the san diego resident is trying to accomplish.
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a funeral mass is being held at this hour for beau biden. the president will be giving the eulogy. he died of cancer last week. he was the oldest son ever joe biden. he was praised for always working to help others. the sheriff's office has released a sketch of a man they say groped two women walking on a trail.
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both of the attacks happened on monday on the west walking trail in the miramar area. the man is described as 20 to 30. with olive skin and a medium build. place your bets. american phoraoh is the favorite to win the belmont stakes and capture the triple crown. post time is 33:50. the last horse to win wassa ffirmed in 1978. american pharoah hopes to be the 12th horse in history to win the kentucky derby. the preakness and the belmont in the same year. they have a little light rain but it should be clear skies for those horses. as american pharoah tries to win that would be cool to see. union street festival just started. county fair going on.
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kicking off today. its going to be warm for some of us. giving you a live look here in to the east bay where we have a mix of clouds. mix of sunshine. some of us starts out with mostly clear skies. let's take a look at what's going on. we will detail your area. we have again the clouds along the coastline inside the bay. started out a little more widespread. it's now beginning to burn off and for the second part of your morning will continue to clear back to the coast. along the coast it's going to remain for today. expect partly to mostly cloudy. areas like stinson beach. we are not going to loose the on shore breeze. fairfield reporting 22 miles an hour. not to strong. its going to pull back just a little bit in to the second part of the paraphernaliaing and in to the early afternoon. we won't loose the sea breeze all together. it'll be a cool day. we will be comfortable inside the bay area.
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our inland areas, mostly sunny skieses and a -- skies and a warm one. 59 oakland. 56 san francisco. upper 50s to low 60s along the peninsula. 60 in mountain view. we have 61 wood side. menlo park starting out at 60 -- upper 50s automatic the coast today. low to mid60's san francisco. mid to upper 60's for the east bayshore line get in up over the east bay hills and it turns warm. 845, perhaps 86 in areas like antioch. these numbers will be similar to what we had yesterday. just lightly warmer but the warm up will continue a jump coming into sunday. lasting into monday. some of the hotter days maybe monday and tuesday. i will have a detailed look at your afternoon highs and detail that warming trend in just a little bit. >> thank you. san francisco mayor and seven city supervisors are taking the challenge to ride muni for 22 days.
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it started monday and several supervisors have been tweeting about their experience. we talked to john to see how it's going. he told us he has been on muni every day and said it's given him a better idea of what riders face. in menlo park safety improvements have been made where a driver was killed when her suv got stuck on the train tracks. the changes are at ravens wood avenue where it crosses the caltrain tracks. drivers can no longer turn from ravens wood the intent it to prevent lining up on the railroad tracks and prevent collisions with the train. the changes naming detours of up to a mile for some drivers. >> little challenging because if you want to make a turn. i have seen cars by habit want to turn in there and they stop
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and block traffic and that defeats the purpose and then cars back up under the train tracks. police have started issuing warnings and tickets for people illegally going around the new barriers . it'll be a six month trial. >> saw people in oakland celebrated first friday with a protest against a new band on nighttime demonstrations. about 450 people who use the hash tag break the curfew met a couple of police officers watched but the demonstration ended peacefully. this is not the first time people have gathered against the new policy by oakland mayor. dozens gathered a couple of weeks ago when the proposal was first announced. the mayor's approach attempts to keep people after the sidewalks and off the streets after dark but protesters say the policy is similar to a curfew and that oakland is becoming a police state. san francisco city attorney's officeo has filed a lawsuit against a landlord accused of harassing and bullying tenants their rent controlled homes.
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the defendant is anna -- she and partners own ten apartment buildings in the city. tenants say she has blocked access to mailboxes, garages and laundry facilities and targets elderly or disabled tenants. >> she is absolutely torturing these tenants. cold violations. harassment of her tenants. the lawsuit claims she has interrupted gas, electric, water and installed video cable systems. we tried contacts her but she didn't return our calls. we are learning more about what kind of personal information was taken by hacker who targeted united states government computers. the fbi is investigating the breach that compromised the investigation of more than 4 million current and former federal workers. security clearance information and background checks was among the data stolen.
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authorities think the hackers are based in chain a. >> regardless of who it is. the administration takes it seriously and recognizes it as a threat to the national security. the man behind three unique ballottives got the go ahead to start collecting signature. louis is behind the california flag act and it would require the state flag to be displayed above the american flag. he said protocol said the american flag should be on top. another one calls for the governor of california to be called president as in president jerry brown. he also wants to ban out of state election contributions. he said he thinks california is like it's own country and he says we should start acting like it. >> the governor is praising
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santa clara residents for doing their part to meet the state's water conversation goal. he traveled to the south bay to talk about water conversation. he said he supports efforts to recycle toilet water into drinking water. >> whatever we can do to family facilitate reclaiming and reusing water. >> the governor is expected to visit southern california next week to talk about the drought as well. new water restrictions set to take effect next week. the city said its water customers are on target to meet their goal of a 16% reduction in water use. the restrictions are set to take effect on thursday the new
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restrictions ban the use of drinking water in fountains and other water features. it also limits watering lawns by property addresses. if you have anode number address you water on tuesday, thursday and saturday. if i want to adopt a pet oakland animal services is waving fees for some residents. find out who included in the summer of free love event. it has been 40 years since the warriors have won a championship. as they prepare for game two we will talk live to jamal wilkes. on that 75 championship team. that interview coming up live.
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we have the san castle contest going on a little bit later this morning. if you are interested, robert crown memorial state beach starts at nine. goes until the afternoon. >> all right. thank you. people who live on bruce jenner lane are debate figure
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they should change the street's name to caitlyn. the debate started after vanity fair cover. some say while they support the decision to go by a different name they want to keep the street name. >> everywhere you call when you say bruce jenner lane they think you are joking. they start latching. have you to explain it. >> the city of austin said the city council and local resident also have to vote on the issue before the sign can be changed in the neighborhood. the warriors trying to tempr the expectations of fans. this he say the cavaliers are a tough team and will continue to be even though they lost their star point guard. he fractured his left kneecap in thursday's thursday's over loss. he will have surgery in cleveland and will be out 3-4 months. the warriors say don't count out james. here is the final schedule. games two is at oracle tomorrow
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at five. the series then goes to cleveland for games three and four next tuesday and thursday night. someone who knows something about winning is former golden state warriors and champ jamal wilks. he helped them win 40 years ago and is author of his book. he is live to talk about basketball. good morning to you. >> >> good morning. >> take me back 40 years first of all. you guys take down washington and that nba final. four games to nothing a lot of people calling a big upset. not sure if you feel that way. what was it specifically that clicked for that 75 championship team to win the title? >> i think it was a big upset. earlier in the pre-season we were expected to be okay at best. i think we all rallied around
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our coach. he played nine or ten players. we had a true superstar in rick barry and clifford ray kept all the guys glued together. it came together so magically and our fans were just great. i'm so happy for the organization and the team. mainly for the fans. they have a lot to be excited. the team plays a lot like we did. very unself fish. don't care who get its the c. >> yeah. ono that 7a team i know you were 21. you were the youngest player at that time. you were the rookie of the year you averaged 11 points in the series you. you won some other titles. with the lakers but was that first title with the warriors the most cherished you have? >> well. i look at it like children. each one is different but you love them all the same. they are all special. i will say this. the title with golden state being my first year when a lot
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of pundits thought i couldn't survive it and also, we were expected to be okay where with ucla and show time lakers we were expected to be great. it was a team of hall of famers. that golden state warrior championship will always be special to me. >> so when you won the title in 75 did you think it's going to be 40 years before golden state is back into an nba championship series? >> absolutely not. i thought -- i thought that team had the opportunity to win another championship and i thought over years they have had great players come and go. i thought they could the at least advance to the wept eastern sconce country music conference or the finals. when you get there who knows. anything can happen. >> i know you said earlier this team -- we are watching is unself fish. similar to the team you played on in 75. look agriculture the video of
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curry. what are your thoughts? >> he is just so -- explosive. he can score. all -- every way imaginable. with the ball. without the ball. with the step back. he has a quick release and -- and -- he passes well. to his other teammates. he plays defense. he is the total package. >> seth has had -- quite the story in his young life. you decided to write kind of a memoir about your own life called jamaal wil ks. talks about going from the college days in to the nba and even after. what inspired you to sit down and start type away? >> well, thank you. i wanted to give back some of the love to the fans. they asked me over the years are you writing a book, what are you coming up with a book. in writing the book i realized that i played in the golden era. i played with great people and against some great people with
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great organizations. it's available on amazon.com you can only get it there. it's not so much how great i am. it's about the great experiences that i was able to be part of and i hope i share some of the insights to young people and their parents to encourage and -- up lift them. >> all right. real quick. let's be honest. the warriors in four you think? >> well i think maybe five. i like --. >> five is good. >> i like the attitude. you still can't --. yeah. you still can't count out cleveland or james but the lost of irv ind is really huge. this is is. should be a great game tomorrow. hall of fame. thank you for taking the time on this saturday morning. >> thank you so much. >> all right. time now is 8:48. let's head over to rosemary we talk about game two at oracle tomorrow obviously it's inside but a lovely day that will be
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in oakland. >> yeah. chamber of commerce day. back on game one. it was beautiful outside. its going to be another beautiful day for those visiting here to watch the nba finals. for those at home we have an enjoyable weekend. very similar to yesterday. slightly warmer for some tomorrow. we will get a bump in the temperatures. we still have low clouds, they will continue to erode through the morning hours where we are not going to see a lot of sun for today. its going to be along the coast. comes from kirk. we are beginning to see the clouds clear. into the second part of the morning we will be mostly sunny
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away from the coastline. notice the coast. doesn't ever year. maybe even a few thunderstorms been happening day after day. it'll continue for today as well. in to the evening. it'll continue over the sierra and start to drift across the central valley. 54 degrees in napa. we have 55 san francisco. low 60s livermore. the temperatures -- 59 in haywood and san jose at 59 at the moment for the afternoon. back in to the mid to upper 70's for areas like napa, santa rosa to 77, 86 in clear lake for today. 74 san rafael and 66 expected closer to the water. you get along the east bayshore
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line a comfortable day. 70 san leandro. you go inland and it's a warm one. 86 antioch. 85 expected for concourt. the afternoon highs for the south bay today. 78 loss gatos. 79 morgan hill. how about the peninsula? you have a beautiful day. mid-70s redwood city. going to be outside mid-70s with mostly sunny skies, low 60s with partly to mostly cloudy at the coast. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view. there is that warming trend. gets underway as we step into sunday. monday, tuesday look to be the hotter days. low 90's in the forecast. that's a warm way to feel it. upper 70s. low 80s. still warm for bay side communities and more sun. temperatures coming up some mid to upper 60s in the forecast and by wednesday we start to cool it down. >> beautiful. like it. i know not everybody does but
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i'm ready for it. another 49er player entering his prime deciding to hang up that helmet. coming up, the reason he is calling a time out in the middle of his career. and are you feeling hungry? the menu for a two million dollar lunch. and if you are looking for some new books to crack open the book festival is being held this weekend in downtown berkeley. it starts at ten this morning and includes books for children, food and plenty of talks by authors. admission is free. sfx: engines revving. listen up. ready. ready. steady. sfx: engines revving. go! ♪ it's more than a movie.
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200,000 meals being prepared at a community project to send to people in need. east bay four square church hosted last night's event. it featured music action and 500 volunteerse equipped with hair nets, the meals will get sent to 30 countries around the world and volunteers of all
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ages took part. >> i learned that there are people in the world that don't have the same stuff as us. >> we are all so blessed in this area. it's good to get a -- a little reality check authority the kids -- check for the kids to see there are kids who tonight have what we have. >> for are scheduled for today and will are still openings organizers say in two hours 25,000 meals can be prepared. the juicy steak and a meaty conversation. that's just part of a lunch that will cost a company two million dollars. an online gaming company in china won the auction with warren buffet with a bid of more than $2.3 million. all proceeds go to the glued foundation that helps the poor and homeless in san francisco. the winner and up to 7 others will have the opportunity to share a meal with buffet at the
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famed restaurant. some past auction winners elected to meet with him in his hometown of. >> a key deadline was hit today. measures that didn't make it out died. at least for this session. among those that made it out. are child care subsideses, tax care credits for low income people and a high ermine mum wage. the legislature passed dozens of other bills earlier in the week. and it's the end of the line for a controversial late night ride service for state senators. senate president said that he has ordered the rides to stop last week reports said that the sent -- senate hired drivers to pick up senators. critics say it was a program to give them a free lift when they were drunk. four have been ceuss of drunk
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driving in the past five-years. [inaudible] for protection. he also accused the media of confusing the matter. >> one of the bingest movies of the 80's is celebrating it's anniversary this weekend. 15,000 fans expected to go to oregon. the city where the movie was shot. this year features tours of filming locations, a svavenger hunt and a screening of the movie where fans will dress up as their favorite character. among this year's is jeff cohen. >> you lover that movie? >> i do. >> i was looking. there is a deleted scene of an actupus attack that never made it. >> the pirate treasure. the ship. >> great movie.
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>> great quote. the time has come for the san mateo county fair up next who will preform and how much is going to cost to take part. and a vta driver is called a hero after saving a 3-year- old. coming up, how he knew something was wrong. and tracking a warming trend for the bay area weekend. your current conditions and line up the afternoon highs for you.
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. welcome to mornings on 2. thank you for waking up with us. it is saturday, june june 6th. i am claudia wong. >> and i am mike mibach. it is about to get hotter in the coming day, rosemary. >> you are right. we have the summertime pattern setting up where we are cool at the coast, mild and comfortable around the bay and the inland communities are heating up. a live look at the low cloud cover that is helping to keep us nice and mild as we get into
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the second part of the day. the low clouds will be peeling back but they will remain along the coastline for today and we will remain in the upper 50s and low 60s in areas around half moon bay. here is a look at conditions outside right now. 65 in san jose. 61 degrees right now here in oakland. along the coastline and bay, the inland community, as well, already with sunshine this morning. fog will continue to move back and we will continue to warm up. fairfield reporting 20 miles per hour breezes and notice it is on shore. we will not lose the on shore breeze all together. it will scale back some along the coastline today. is that where we will remain with the cool conditions. the future-cast model showing you by the afternoon the low clouds hugging most of the coastline. temperatures in the upper 50s
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and low 60s along the coast. comfortable with 60s and 70s along the bay. inland in the low to mid 07s. a few pockets of orange in the south bay and the inner east bay will go back to the mid to upper 80s for the afternoon. a bigger warm up for tomorrow. i will have the numbers on the screen and the warming trend details coming up. back to you. we are waiting to hear from president obama. he will will speaking shortly to deliver the eulogy of the funeral mass of beau biden, the eldest son of vice president biden. beau biden died last week of brain cancer at the age of 46. first lady michelle obama and the clintons are there, among others. the service began about 90 minutes ago. beau was a lot like his dad, driven, come passionate with an unwavering commitment to serve the community.
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friends and family say beau biden touched the lives of so many around him. >> his life was well pleasing to the lord. he has taken him quickly from the wickedness around him. >> certainly it has been an emotional morning. there is president obama as he arrived at the start of the funeral this morning, hugging the biden family and hugging the vice president. and an investigation into a deadly accident involving a bicycle and san francisco police patrol car. it happened near sunnydale and persia avenue. it is unclear who hit who. investigators say the bicyclist was a young man in his 20s not wearing a helmet. >> it is a tragedy. not only for the family but also for the officers involved. there are many different factors that played a role in this tragedy of which we are trying to piece together. >> investigators say there were no safety lights on the bicycle and that it was a fixed speed
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bike with no brakes. there was a bike event in the city earlier in the evening but it is unclear if that bicyclist was part of the event. here is a sketch of a man police say groped two women walking on a trail. he is 20 to 30 years old, 5'7", olive skin and a medium build. investigators say both incidents happened on monday on the more are doe west walking trail north of half moon bay in the mere mar area. the first incident happened at 7:00 in the morning and the second one happened shortly before 6:00 at night.
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now to a story of a by found after an alert was issued. >> i saw a green backpack that fit the description. i realized it was an abduction. i went back in the bus and broke down. >> the suspect was arrested at it is fremont bart station and is now in custody. the 3-year-old boy was not hurt. the lake mary rowing event here in oakland is happening today and it is free to everyone. we have alex savage there. you start -- allie rasmus out there. you started on the water and now you are back on land, alley? >> yes -- allie? >> reporter: yes. people have signed up for the
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national learn to row day. the park here is hosting a free rowing clinic between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. what will people learn in the clinic? >> the first thing they will do is figure out how to get in the boat and row the stroke. >> reporter: that is what the rowing machines are for? >> yes. it helps you figure out the basic strokes so you don't have to worry about it so much when you are in the boat. >> reporter: a crash course. >> yes. then you go to the boats, learn about them, then go out to the docks and go out on the water. >> reporter: i had a chance to do that this morning. i had video on the crash course on rowing. i have never done it before. it was a great experience. it is a little trickier than i thought but you don't need any experience, correct? >> no. you don't have to have experience at all. you have to just have the willingness to try and we will teach you what you want to
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know. if you want to row in a skulling boat, which is by yourself, you can come here and row any time of the day that you want, on your own, whatever you have a break in your schedule which is really great. that is how i started. but if you like doing something with a team like you did today in the boat -- that is great feeling, right? you are doing it with other people. we have a novice reactional team, the lowest level. people are just getting started. or people are just coming back to the sport after being away for years. >> reporter: it is all age groups. >> yes. it is all age groups. >> reporter: and it is low impact? >> yes. and you can join different levels of teams all the way up to competitive teams that race. >> reporter: so there are varieties for people that want to do it individually, or be involved in team activity or be competitive. >> yes. >> reporter: and you can be on the lake! >> there is nothing than being here on the water. if you have a stressful day,
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you go out and row and you are ready for the rest of the day. >> reporter: well, i don't know if it was that relaxing for me this morning since it was the first time i had done anything like this, but it was a lot of fun. we are here at lake merritt in oakland. back to you. >> are you a little sore from all the rowing, allie? >> reporter: i am not feeling it yet but i am sure i will later on this morning. check back with me! >> thank you. a fair at the event center will feature pig races, carnival rides and exhibits and performances from tower of power, sheila e. and the charlie daniels band. the fair runs through june 14th. it is $10 for adults arena children 5 and under are free. oak -- adults and children 5 and under are free. and another event is called summer of free love . the goal is for the animal shelter to
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find permanent homes for all dog,calities and rabbits. according to -- cats and rabbits. happening today you can see horse racing history. american pharoah is the favorite to win the belmont stakes in new york and capture the allusive triple crown. he has won the first two legs, the kentucky derby and the preakness. fellow jockey russell base has won 500 race in his career, one of the most winningest racers in north american history. >> he is head and shoulders above the rest of his age group. except for unforeseen circumstance, i think he is set to win the triple crown. >> there have only been 11 horses to win the triple crown,
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the last was in 1978. the historic racing days bring people to the track all across the country. golden gate field is expecting a large crowd. the gates just opened. the turf club is sold-out along with part of the clubhouse. but the belmont stake will be simultaneously cast and people will be allowed to bet on the race. some people on oakland rang in on first friday in protest of a ban on nighttime demonstrations. the effort to keep people off the streets after dark, coming up. >> and mcdonalds is testing out a new way to order your favorites. options customers have using the "create your taste" kiosk. >> outside the clouds are slowly clearing and temperatures are warming. here at the golden gate bridge it will take a while for the area to clear out. along the coast it may not clear out at all. i will have the details for your forecast coming up.
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. well, we just received an update on the condition of a woman hit by a baseball bat at an a's game in boston. this happened at yesterday's game at fenway. part of a bat flew into the stands and shattered and hit a woman in the face who was
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sitting in the second row. she is in serious condition with injuries that are considered life-threatening. the woman cease son with her at the game had a neighboring person in the stands trying to shield him from the scene. anthony davis says he is leaving the team because of lingering injuries including a concussion from the 49ers. he was drafted in the first round in 2011. he expects to return in about a year or so he said on twitter after his brain and body have time to heal. davis says the 49th big name player to -- 4th big name player to leave the 69ers for serious injuries. >> e.p.a. well, adam silver, the nba
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commissioner, will be opening a gym transform somebody a basketball court and computer room. harrison barnes says he hopes the center will teach and inspire the youth in the east bay. >> it is special to have the new facility and utilize it to the fullest. it is totally here for you guys and a safe environment. >> the renovations are passionate of an nba care program to -- are part of an nba care program to help boys. one of the biggest movies of the 1980s is celebrating its 30th anniversary this weekend. >> if you can hear me, run, run! >> the goon docks is a celebration of all things ghani. thousands of fans are --
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goonie. thousands of fans will be showing up in oregon where this movie was shot. it includes a location tour, scavenger hunt and screening of the movies. among the special guests is jeffco hen, the actor who played chunk in the film. you may remember he made the truffle shuffle famous. well, mcdonalds is creating a "create your taste" kiosk being tested at locations nationwide, including the newest election in los angeles. customers use a touchscreen oreasonable doubt, childhood obesitying the type of bun, cheese and op toppings they would like. all right, the san mateyo county fare is starting off -- fair is starting off, speaking of food. >> you said you were there? >> yes. i tried the maple apple bacon
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funnel cake. >> say that again! >> sounds super. >> i got it wrong. apple maple bacon. >> whoever it is, it sounds good. >> was it good? >> it was so good! well, a lot going on if you will be out at the fair today. you have great weather coming your way with a live look over the bay. cloudy skies around the bay and coastline this morning and move into the valley, but it is beginning to clear away and we will enjoy the mostly sunny skies for the second part of your saturday. a bit of a warm up. today will be a lot like yesterday. tomorrow the warmer weather is coming, especially for inland communities. south of the border for a moment it is hurricane season and we are tracking hurricane b
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blanca. it is expected to move into california by monday. here we are sunday, a category 2. then as it moves ashore by monday hopefully a tropical storm expecting to drop anywhere from 6 to 10 inches over baja, california. at home we are seeing a ridge of high pressure building and strengthen over our area. we are also watching a system over the last couple of days that brought thunderstorms to the sierra and portion of the central valley. this will continue to move east. but we are still getting the wrap around moisture. if you are heading to the sierra for your saturday, expect those afternoon showers, perhaps even a thunderstorm. i will roll you through and take a look at our weather as well as the sierra. there it is there. at 4:00 in the afternoon you can see it beginning to build up. for us we are mostly sunny, at least away from the coastline. we will be socked in good there along the shore and temperatures will remain on the cool side with an afternoon seabreeze. 55 at half moon bay. 62 at sfo, upper 60s along the
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creek and 65 in fairfield. mid to upper 60s and sunshine. afternoon highs coming in close to yesterday. 74 expected for sonoma this afternoon. 74 in kent. 74 in san rafael with clear conditions. east bay 70 degrees this afternoon. upper 60s in alameda with a sand castle skullture contest going on -- sculpture contest going on. in the south bay a gorgeous one. 78. 77 in teens, -- cupertino, 68 degrees this afternoon for the county fair. perfect weather to be out and about. as we get into the bay area forecast with the weekend always in view, the temperatures on the backside of the weekend even warmer than today. we don't stop there. temperatures in the low 90s monday and tuesday, then we
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begin to pull back a little bit on wednesday, but finally going to feel like summer for many folks. >> beautiful. thank you, rosemary. >> you are welcome. the time is 9:19. today pet food express is hosting a fundraiser for the raleigh rescue operation, where people are missing or in natural disasters. the money raised today will fund medical bills for caring for dogs injured in the line of duty and to prove how valuable the dogs can be we set up a little scenario here at ktvu. this is a live picture from our parking lot this morning. that man that you see walking is one of our assignment editor, sammy. he will be hiding himself in the trunk of one of the cars out there. get out of my car, sammy! [ laughing ] the dogs will follow the scent that sammy is smelling as he leads across the parking lot. we will show you how long it
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takes for him to locate him in about 15 minutes. >> there you go. if you are just joining us, this is all okay. >> we are not locked in the toning. >> no. he will probably come -- in the trunk. >> no, he will probably come out shortly. in the bay area, three local high school students with a scholarship. we will take a look at who won the $10,000 prize for this year's competition. >> she is still here. it teaches to you fight for life everyday. >> and a woman who is beating the odds every day is now celebrating her 10th wedding anniversary. up next, her story of survival despite a terminal cancer diagnosis. >> and if you want to check out something cool and creative today, head over to alameda. the sand sculpture contest is going on. admission is free. time now is 92:001. you are watching mornings on 2.
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. apple could be announcing a new streaming service and new features for the apple watch in a conference coming up. we are learning more about information stolen by hackers that targeted u.s. federal computers. they are targeting 4 million current and former federal workers. security information and background checks dating back 30 years was among the data stolen. authorities think hackers based in china are behind the breech. >> regardless of who it is and what their ultimate aim is, the administration takes this very seriously and recognizes it as a threat to our national security. >> chinese officials have
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denied any involvement and call the allegations irresponsible. investigators are trying to determine the scope of the instruction. it happend in december -- intrucks. it happened in december but was not discovered until april. a mother from the bay area is continuing to beat the odds. four years ago she was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was told she only had one year to live. well, today they are celebrating their anniversary and renewed their wedding vows. >> reporter: they renewed their wedding vows at the same spot they got married ten years ago. >> it reminds me of how complete you make me feel. i promise to get old with you. >> reporter: the ceremony was from a group called wish upon wedding, a group that funds
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terminal people. kwan lee has hung cancer. >> i like to take care of people. >> reporter: when we met her family in 2011 we learned she had one year to live. >> at that time i was shocked. i didn't think i would get lung cancer because i never smoke ed. >> reporter: -- never smoked. >> reporter: she was recording a video that her three children could watch years later. >> i did everything i could to fight, to be there for them. >> reporter: but she has outlived her prognosis by three years. >> i am so grateful for that. it is due to a great team of doctors. >> reporter: and experimental cancer treatments. the happy couple ten years ago started a family that is all here together. this added profound new meaning to that you are vows. >> it is an amazing journey.
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she is like unbelievable. >> it is in the back of my mind but i don't let it lead my life. i don't let it stop me from doing what i want. >> how amazing. we are certainly glad to see her doing well. the special wedding celebration life event was to bring the family good luck. ride muni everyday for 22 days, the city is challenging people. now what the supervisor told us how to challenge is going for him. >> and one of our assignment editor, mike, is outside with the california rescue dog association. and they will have a demonstration on how important the life-saving work those dogs are a part of. >> very cool. i can't wait to see that. well, the clouds are
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clearing and the warm up is starting. we have a warm up continuing for the weekend. we will have afternoon highs and future forecast coming up #
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rescue dog association to the test this morning. i want to show you a live picture. there it is. this is the roof camera shot of our parking lot. as you can see sammy is well hidden. mike is standing by with two other rescue dogs. they are about to demonstrate how they assist in the searches, right, mike? >> exactly. standing next to me is shea cook with the organization. the dog's name is kyle? >> reporter: yes. -- cabos. >> yes. >> reporter: okay. you just got to the scene. you are looking for a missing person. you arrive at the scene, what do you do first with you and the dog? >> we assess the scenario, who is missing, and gather a scent article of the individual. >> reporter: and that is what this is >> yes. this is a piece of gauze collected off of something the
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individual was wearing. >> reporter: how long does cabos need to smell the gauze? >> a second. >> reporter: that is it? that is all it takes? >> yes. so you put it inside the jacket that the person is wearing. >> reporter: okay. let's see if he can find sammy out there. he is going with a jacket, an article of clothing. he went right to it. he indicated that is the person we are looking for. >> by laying down. >> reporter: the training of the dogs is how long? >> it takes about two years to get your first dog ready. a lot of it is training of the handlers and what to do and where to go. >> reporter: now what is cabos going? she is trying to find where the person is. she went past it. now she found something in the trunk. >> reporter: there is sammy.
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>> you saw she went a little past the car and then she came back and found him. >> reporter: what is the biggest challenge right now for someone like cabos? that was done in 45 seconds. >> yes. >> reporter: when you are out on the scene, what is the challenge? >> in urban environments it contamination from different scents. asphalt is known to be harder to work with because the scent won't stay as long. and wilderness environments have a lot of exchanges in the terrain. so, weather is an impact on us. terrain features and how long the person has been missing is a big impact. this is a fresh trail. >> reporter: this is one of the biggest operations in the nation, doing what you do. >> yes. >> reporter: do you get called out a lot? >> yes. we get called out about three times a month lately. it varies. it ebbs and flows with how much
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people are out. >> reporter: sammy, how are you doing? >> i am alive, thanks to her. >> reporter: cabos is good, right? >> yes! >> reporter: and this fundraiser is because you rely on a lot of donations, right? >> yes. all of our expenses are incurred by ourself. so, pet food express is our fundraiser source today. there are 13 locations in the bay area you can go to. if you purchase the pet watch tokens, all that money goes to fund these animals. >> reporter: what great work you are doing. thank you so much for being here today. claudine, back to you? >> yes. the proceeds go to benefit the california rescue dog association. you can help out by going and using a dog washing station. it will cost you $15. the event is today and tomorrow from now until 7:00 p.m. multiple locations, as you
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heard, around the bay area. we posted a link to the rescue dogs' association website on our website on ktvu.com. you can find a list of participating pet food express locations, there, as well. it is on the right side of the home page. still a little gray out there, rosemary when we were looking at them working in the parking lot. when will that clear up? >> it is actually under way, claudine. we are still seeing a little gray, but it is beginning to thin out. in the inland communities the sun is shining in many areas and the temperatures are responding. let's take a look at the stormtracker 2. no rain to pick up on fortunately, but plenty of sunshine to look forward to. inside the bay in the last hour the clouds have begun to thin out. we can look a little closer here. inside the bay along the east bay shoreline and into oakland where we are. now, look at the on shore
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breezes, at about 20 miles per hour over fairfield. it is continuing to bring in cool pacific air, but it will taper off a bit. as we get into the afternoon the only area we will really feel the cool seabreeze is along the coastline. cool for the coast. mild to warm by the bay and very warm for inland cities. at this hour 55 at half moon bay. 58 in san francisco. 63 in redwood city and 64 in mountain view. 69 in some areas of long creek, 64 in concord and 65 in livermore and fairfield. we will take a look at a few more numbers here with antioch 63, 66 in pittsburg and 64 in lafayette and danville. temperatures similar to yesterday. slightly warmer for some and a bigger bounce in the second part of the weekend. i will those numbers for you coming up in a bit. claudine? >> thank you, rosemary.
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dozens of people are out on lake merritt learning how to row, all part of the lake merritt rowing club. allie, i know you were out on the water. now you are back on land. looks like things are getting busy out there. >> reporter: yes. lake merritt rowing club is part of this event. it is getting busy out here. other rowing clubs around the country are participating in this event as well since it is national learn to row day. here they are hosting a free rowing clinic from 9:00 to 2:00. here we have people just starting their free rowing clinics. you have never done this before? >> i have done this before, no. i walk the lake and i see them all the time. it is great. >> reporter: what made you decide to come out? >> about 10 to 12 years ago my daughter came and took a summer
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rowing clinic and my daughter adored it. it was cool. >> once you finish with the rowing machines the next step is getting a tour. >> reporter: are you excited for that? >> i am very excited. >> reporter: thank you. and also, tom, you are the president of the lake merritt rowing club. you are taking a lot of people out here for learning to row day. how many people do you think are here? >> i think a couple hundred people will come through. i am not sure. there are a regular stream of boats going out on the water. you can see there is a boat that just launched. >> reporter: so, these are novice, people are just starting to learn? >> that is right. there are two experienced rowers in each boat but the rest are going out for the first time. >> reporter: how do you convince people to come out and try this? there may be misconceptions about the sport of rowing. >> that is true. there can be misconceptions but we try to appeal to a diverse audience and the summer program
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is a major part of that. it is probably the most diverse program where we have kids from age 12 to 18 that come out for a week long class. >> reporter: that is something that parents may be alonging for a camp this summer may -- may be looking for a camp this summer may want to come check out. and you have scholarship, too? >> yes. we do have scholarships, and it is a great experience. we encourage everybody to come out and try it. >> reporter: thank you, tom. the free rowing clinics here at lake merritt are from 9:00 to 2:00. you have to come sign up for it but no prior experience necessary. i was out on the water this morning, earlier this morning. i had never done this before. you get a lot of good guidance here and there are a lot of good people here to show you the ropes. >> what was the toughest part, allie? maybe the timing with all the people? >> reporter: the toughest part is the timing and also talking through the live shots while i
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am maneuvering the ores. it is like patting your head and rubbing your belly. >> yes. well, everyone else won't have to talk and row. they with concentrate on one thing at a time. >> reporter: yes. make sure you don't get knocked off the boat with an ore either! >> thank you, allie! we appreciate it. people in oakland celebrated first friday with in a protest against nighttime demonstrations. they met at 8:00 p.m. at 23rd street and telegraph avenue. the demonstration ended peacefully. dozens of people gathered a couple weeks ago when the proposal was first announced. the mayor's approach attempts to keep people on sidewalks and off the streets after dark after multiple businesses were banned following
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demonstrations. protestors say the demonstrations are similar to a curfew. city supervisors and mayor he had lee are taking part on -- ed lee are taking part in a challenge to ride muni for 22 day, challenged by the transit rider's union. we have more on how this is all going. mayor lee says he has been commuting a few times a day since the challenge starts and is getting a better idea of what people face everyday on the muni system. a woman's suv got stuck on tracks and the incident has now prompted changes on ravenswood avenue off of he will rial. drivers can no longer turn from ravenswood to southbound alma or cross the median barrier there. >> the attempt is to prevent
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collisions on railroad tracks with vehicles. >> it could mean detours for up to a mile for drivers. >> it is challenging. if you want to make a turn, i have seen cars by habit want to turn. then they stop and block traffic. it defeats the purpose and things back up at the train tracks. >> the city says this will be a six month trial, after which they will study the data and determine if the changes should be kept in place. hundreds of people have teemed up for a community -- teamed up for a community problem that will bring 200,000 people in need the help they seek. more on that story, coming up.
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. what a beautiful view there. good morning, san jose. mostly blue skies and plenty of sunshine around the bay and along the coast. we are still waiting on the sunshine along the coast. not going to see much of it today. we are into a warm up for the bay area weekend. this is a live look here over the berkeley area and the aquatic center. along the east bay shoreline we continue with gray skies. mostly cloudy to mostly sunny skies for the morning but along the coast we will remain mostly drey. upper 50s in -- gray. upper 50s in san francisco. oakland is 65 and low 60s in san jose. we are continuing to watch this system that is slowly moving off to the east over the last few days into the afternoons. it has helped provide the thunderstorms and showers over areas of the sierra as well as the central valley. you may notice a build up
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happening over our hills in the afternoons, as well. it will continue to push east, but there will be another round of showers in the forecast for the sierra. if you are going to tahoe for the weekend be prepared for that. here at home we have low 60s at the coastline with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. our inland city will be warming up again with hotter locations in the 80s. i think today will be a lot like yesterday, then a bigger warm up coming by sunday. sunday to monday temperatures continue to climb. monday and tuesday look to be the hottest days with inland areas reaching to the 90s. if you are been waiting for the heat, it is on the way. on the future-cast model through saturday, mostly cloudy skies sticking around for the entire day. areas of pacifica, half-moon day and small communities inbetween -- half moon bay and small communities inbetween, you will be seeing afternoon showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. the showers will be going away
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for the second part of the weekend for the tahoe area. here at home, meanwhile in the afternoon 74 for san rafael, 66 in sausalito. if you like the head head inland. upper 80s in clear lake. 77 in napa. 74 for vallejo and mid to upper 80s for fairfield. mid 70s in oakland and castro valley. there is a 84-degree high for danville. 86 in livermore. 77 in san jose. upper 70s in cupertino. beautiful weather in the forecast for the peninsula, as well. 75 for palo alto, mid 70s in redwood city. the county fair will have great weather. 64 in san francisco and low 60s and cloudy at half moon bay.
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the extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view, there is the warming trend. temperatures in the upper 80s for the inland communities by tomorrow and low 90s for monday. tuesday we begin to cool back. san francisco's beach blanket babylon is the longest running musical in live theater history. >> in 2002 the producer started the doppler for the art's program to help young performers pay for higher education. >> three finalists are chosen. you have to be from the bay area. one is chosing for singing, one for acting and one for dancing. >> each are awarded a $10 doppler scholarship to be used within one year of -- $10,000 scholarship to be used within one year of winning.
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>> gabriel performed a monologue from "the red coat." he is among the finalists. >> i can feel it breaking. i wish i could stop talking but i can't. the moon is up there. it is more pitiful than the sun. >> and jessica from atherton high school won in the dancing category. she won for dancing to "les misirables." . >> stunning. and finally, rachel worth from walnut creek high school won a scholarship for singing. she performed a song from "the girl in 14g." >> ♪ say it isn't so, not the
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flat below. from an opera want to be in 13g -- . ♪ ♪ >> you can do that, right? >> oh, yes! wait for it! no, can't! >> congratulations to the winners. scholarships are based inspirely on talent and grades and financial needs are not a factor. >> congratulations to the winners. how awesome for them. inmates at sanguine ten prison got to celebrate -- san quentin prison got to celebrate father's day a little early. more on that story, coming up. >> and if you are in the mood for something sweet, a new ice cream shop is opening today in oakland. they are giving out free ice cream all day. it is open now and located on college avenue.
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. about 20 minutes ago president obama wrapped up his eulogy for beau biden. the president praised beau for leading a life of meaning and dedication to others. >> from his dad he learned how to get back up when life knocked him down. he learned he was no higher
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than anybody else and no lower than anybody else. >> at the start of today's funeral mass president obama hugged the biden family as they walked by him. president obama says he has grown very close to the bidens and that beau's death touched him deeply. he died last beak of brain cancer at the age of 46. 200,000 meals are being prepared at a community project to help people in need. the event featured music, activities and 500 volunteers. the meal will be sent to 30 countries around the world. volunteers of all ages took part. >> i learned that there are people in the world that don't have the same stuff as us. >> we are all so tremendously blessed in this area. it is good to get a little reality check for the kids to see there are people in other parts of the world that don't have what we have. >> more shifts are scheduled for today. there are still openings. organizers say in about two hours 25,000 meals can be
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prepared, enough to feed 70 children one meal a day for a year. father's day may still be a couple weeks away but for some dads locked inside san quentin's prison, celebrations came early. family members that live hundreds of miles away get a ride to the prison for a visit. activities include face painting and board games, an event that means more to some of these prisoners than anything. >> to be able to hug them, kiss them, embrace them. >> i have been holding back tears since she came in 30 minutes ago. >> the event helped one father and daughter reunite who have not seen each other for ten years. another inmate got to meet his grandson for the first time. the giants are in the city of brotherly love this weekend. that means fun times with good
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old billy fanatic. he spilled popcorn on a fan there. probably not a accident but he fixed it all with a friendly kiss. justin maxwell tieing the game with that 2 run shot. buster posey breaking the 4-4 tie. a blast and straight away center in the 7th inning. the 9th home run on the year. the giants win 5-4. the oakland a's are in boston for the weekend. on the defensive side, have 3 errors in last night's game. the red sox there scored the first run. then in the 4th inning, right past first base. that allows the red sox to get their third run. the a's look like they were starting to turn things around when they swept the tigers on the road. one bright spot for the a's, even though they lost, 4-2,
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the receiver called up from the triple-a, the first am dexterous pitcher in the nba. and let's talk partying. shorts authority is thosing an instore celebration at its location in foster city. all sorts of warriors gear will be on sale! that event begins in an hour from now. it will go until 1:00 this afternoon at the sport's authority on bridge point parkway in foster city. if you are wondering what kind of gear sports authority has available today, we have some things on hand. >> a nice little father's day gift. this one has the nba western
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conference inside. warrior's basketball. >> i like this one. >> yellow or blue? >> yellow or blue or both. >> both. >> it is yellow and blue. and for all you gamers out there, one more quick look. i like that one! [ laughing ] >> all right. very cute stuff. >> just win! a big day tomorrow in oakland. a big show! >> yes. we have to wear yellow and blue, don't forget, in honor of our home team. >> i will. a look at the bay area weekend. the temperatures are warming up, folks. if you like it hot, head inland. we are looking at upper 80s in the forecast by tomorrow. 70s around the bay. it will remain tool. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy at the coast. the warming trend will carry us as we head toward our back to work monday. i know, who wants to talk about back to work monday at this point. >> i know. give us a chance oenjoy saturday. we just got here! >> yes. that is our show for today. thank you for joining us.
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have a great day and we will see you back here tomorrow morning.
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