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once again this morning firefighters are battling a wildfire in lake county. we're going to have the latest numbers on just how big it is and the conditions that have firefighters so concerned. >> thousands of runners hitting the streets of san francisco. the organization they are raising money for in a race from at&t park. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. i'm ross polombo >> i'm claudine wong. it's sunday, august 23rd. >> let's check the weather now
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with rosemary orozco. looks like we're starting out with pretty good temperatures. not too cold. >> only minor changes today. today a lot like yesterday. i do actually have something new to talk about, in the extended forecast. we have a bigger warm-up coming our way. for today relatively mild once again. a live look over the east bay where the clouds filled in and we're looking at partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. for most of us this morning. let's switch to the satellite and radar view. a view from up above, you can see how they've filled in the last few hours. they are going to pull back again. we'll be mostly sunny away from the coastline. if i shift into the inner east bay, look at a few areas that are waking one sunshine. antioch, brentwood, fairfield, the small communities east of concord, mount diablo as we showed you a moment ago, a mix of sun and clouds already this morning. the onshore breeze continues, fairfield reporting 16 gusting to 22. a little stronger than what we had yesterday but that marine air influence is going to
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continue into our inland areas for today. as i mentioned at the start temperatures will be very similar for your afternoon. 64 degrees now in livermore. 60 novato. 61 in sfo. and halfmoon by a 61 degrees. by the second part of the morning the clouds are going to peel back. we'll have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline and into the afternoon we have 60s at the coast. upper 60s, low 70s for the east bay shoreline. 70s, a lot of 80s, no 90s in the forecast for the bay area, at least not today. that red is in the central valley. the red is going to come back our way. in fact 90s in the forecast for the week ahead. i'll put numbers on the screen for today and show that you warm-up in the extended forecast coming up. thousands of runners have started to make their way through san francisco this morning. the giant race starts and ends at at&t park and many runners are raising money for a good cause. account fox 2's allie rasmus live outside at&t park. good morning. >> reporter: good morning.
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i'm going to keep my voice down a little because the race is about to start and right now they are singing the national anthem. looking around here, 4th and king is where we are, you can see a lot of oh rain and black. a lot -- orange and black. a lot of people decked out. not for a ballgame though. it's called the giant race. it's going to start 7:00 this morning. there are 20,000 people taking part. you don't have to be a giants fan to take part. it's not a prerequisite but it helps because once these people get through the what are marathon, 10k and -- half- marathon, 10k and 5k they will be in at&t park to celebrate the end and finish of the race. the race for six years teamed one a nonprofit called project open hand. in almeida county and in san francisco county they provide a million meals a year to people who are critically ill patients or senior citizens and we had a chance to talk to the ceo of that nonprofit who is running the half-marathon.
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people who are taking part in this event raised a total of $400,000 for that charity. and they started to partner with the giants six years ago. right before the giants won their three world series championships. >> we luctd into it. we couldn't have timed it better. now we're on a high from it. the race gets bigger every year. the giants get more supportive. it's a partnership about this amazing baseball team and beautiful agency doing things together for san francisco. >> that nonprofit organization is actually the largest food charity in the bay area of they benefit not just san francisco but people in almeida county as well. we just heard the announcement, they have one minute to go until the start of the half- marathon. the course will take people from the ballpark, at&t park to the presidio and the golden gate bridge toll plaza, then back again. people will be running along the waterfront. for the next couple hours if you're driving in the area in san francisco keep in mind
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you're going to possibly have to deal with road closures but again, half-marathon, 10k, 5k, something called the giant race, 20,000 people taking part in it. a little later this morning we'll be joining some of the folks to show you some of the activities happening in at&t park. >> we'll check in with you in a bit. see if we can pan back over. we can't? ok, we'll come back. i could hear a countdown. are we going back? there we go. >> here we go. >> they started the race. as they start heading down the streets of san francisco. a gorgeous view of what they will see. starting off sunday morning - >> hundreds of people out there today. >> thousands. >> good turnout. >> as she said raising money for a great cause. that is great to see. let's give you a look at where they are running because
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there are several street closures in the city because of the giant race. this is a map of the half marathon course, also a 10k and a k. the 10k started at 7:00, 5k starts at 10:50. runners will get a shirt. there's the shirt on the left. pretty cool. then of course a bobblehead. it's the bobblehead of the day. also a medal for runners at the finish line. after fighting two major wildfires just weeks apart here we go again. fire broke out last night off peterson lane near kelseyville just northwest of the rocky fire and jerusalem fire. so far it scorched 400 acres and firefighters worry it could grow larger because of the dry brush and current conditions. more than 200 firefighters are already working the lines there along with air tankers and choppers. flames are coming close to homes and ranches but there's been no damage and no
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evacuations yet. >> three huge fires lately and yeah, it's scary for people, for animals, very concerned. >> as for the other two fires the jerusalem fire has burned through more than 25,000 acres and is this this morning 98% contained. rocky fire burned through nearly 70,000 acres. meanwhile, in eastern alameda county, the tesla fire hopefully will be finished tomorrow. it's now 95% contained it started wednesday destroying one building. this morning the water is back on in the cleveland heights neighborhood in oakland but some people there spent yesterday without it. after another east bay watermain break. deborah villolone reports. >> reporter: it's a sight and sound uncommonly common these
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days. east bay mud reports at least nine watermain breaks nce monday's quake in richmond, albany and maraga but mostly oakland. >> all of a sudden it started shifting. >> reporter: leaving a muddy mess at storm drains and pressure buckled the street in places, pavement that should sit below the curb was pushed a half-foot above it. >> in drought you don't see a lot of water. >> reporter: water flows about a half-hour before it was stopped. >> i hear that the pipes are 70 years old to 100 years old. maybe this is what we love on. >> reporter: crews barely got a break this week. from all the breaks. two to three are typical a day in the 300 square mile system. five the day of the quake alone. >> i got pressure. >> reporter: it's been hit and miss in the neighborhood. some taps normal. >> best water. in the area. >> reporter: some down to a dribble.
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>> reporter: some people have no water. >> that's terrible, really? >> reporter: a good time to stock up in case the dry spell drags on a while. >> i don't know. i hope they fix it soon. >> reporter: replacing another main turned into a two-day project thursday. thousands of gallons were lost along oakland avenue when a 12- inch cast iron line 82 years old run -- ruptured. bill or small the failures keep coming but during drought the sight of water wasting triggers a response. from immediately people start grabbing buckets and watering plants and lawns and trying to capture what water was going down the street. >> workers in cleveland heights pulled out a 5-foot section of the 66-year-old pipe. that did rupture. tomorrow does mark the
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first anniversary of the south napa earthquake. a magnitude 6.0 quake hit at 3:20 in the morning august 24th, 2014. that was the largest seismic activity in the bay area since the 6.9 quake in 1989. officially no -- one death was blamed on the napa quake. more than 1,500 buildings damaged. tomorrow's anniversary nichers a ceremony at 3:20 p.m. at veterans memorial park. at 7:30, alex will tell us how much the region has recovered and how much is still left to be done. cell phone video from the pitsburg man that helped -- pittsburgh man that helped stop a attack in france. these are images of the suspect on the ground, on the train. also a close-up here of his russian-made rifle. he's been identified this morning as 26-year-old moroccan national iubel kazani.
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he's accused of attacking several people on the high speed chain friday going between belgium into france. sadler and his two friends, the national guardsmen alex scorelatose and air class first class spencer stone are being hailed at heroes. sadler was born in pittsburrg but grew up in sacramento. sadler's father is speaking out. >> thought that this trip would -- going abroad and traveling for a few weeks would broaden his world view but never did i suspect he would encounter an experience like this. >> last night the three went to the home of the u.s. ambassador in paris. all to be honored by the french president coming up tomorrow. happening today -- r & b artist monet will rally against a police violence in san
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francisco. he will call out the names of people killed in confrontations with police. she will be joined by other performers from wonderland records. that rally is scheduled to start at 12:30 this afternoon. it's going to be held at the bart station plaza at 24th and mission streets. coming up -- remembering a life tragically lost in santa cruz. at 7:30. details on the memorial service happening today for 8-year-old madison middleton. >> first the race for president still heating up. still unanticipated question, will joe biden run. >> if you're a fan of etsy head to san francisco today. there will be a pop-up market at 1605 jerrold avenue. from 11:00 5:00, features 30 local vendors.
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♪ don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys♪ >> don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys. our show director scott and his wife due their first baby today. in honor of this we're going to be playing songs with baby in it today. >> tell that baby to say hi. a live look there over the east bay. we have partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. another nice day but a big warm- up on the way. i'll have the extended forecast coming up. the first family is returning to washington today. they've been on vacation in martha's vineyard the past two weeks. president obama, first lady and their daughters all rode bikes yesterday. but the president also played golf with former president bill clinton. speculation is soaring this morning about vice president joe biden possibly running for
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president. yesterday he met with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. fueling more speculation. polls do show if biden ran for president he would beat current republican frontrunner donald trump in three key swing states. this as hillary clinton's numbers are slightly down in the wake of the republican attacks about her e-mails. >> we fully expect that republicans are going to continue to want to talk about hillary clinton's e-mails. the reason for that is because they can't talk about their plan to grow their economy on behalf of the middle class. but that's what hillary clinton is fighting for. that is why she's in this race and that's what voters care about. >> republican candidates are stumping in iowa, new hampshire, ohio and alabama this weekend. louisiana governor bobby jindal spoke about immigration at the iowa state fair just yesterday. hundreds of people joined in the fundraiser for cancer patients that has a special connection to many longtime viewers of ktvu. some people walked, some ran at the 11th annual friends of
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faith walk in oakland yesterday. the event honors reporter faith sancher who died of breast cancer in 2003. while battling cancer she told the story what have she was going through as a way to educate people. she also raised money to help four women and men with breast cancer with daily expenses. she was a co-worker -- rita williams was a co-worker at ktvu and says they've raised a totals of $3 million. >> we give emergency loans like babysitting if you need chemo. if your car breaks down, or paying your rent for a month. we've been doing this now for 13 years so this is our 11th annual walk. >> this year there are even a few ballerinas joining in the walk. they and the walkers raised $40,000 so far but group is still accepting donations and you can help by donating. on-line. what a great cause and
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great weather for the event. will it continue today? >> yes. we have another race, a lot going on today as well. the weather going to be very similar to what we had saturday. in fact we're waking up similar. we have the overcast skies, we have the temperatures within just a few degrees of yesterday morning. the onshore breeze is still with us. today will be a near repeat. so hopefully you enjoyed yesterday because we have another round coming. 60 degrees in santa rosa. san francisco 60. oakland 63. 64 in areas around concord and san jose. you're in the low 60s as well. so for today, we continue with the partly sunny skies to partly cloudy skies. winds pick up in the afternoon again. mid-80s for inland cities. slightly warmer than yesterday for some in and around our inland communities but for the bay and coast not a lot of change going on. as we get into monday though temperatures will begin to warm and by monday and into tuesday 90s back in the forecast for our inlun communities. as we know summer is not over
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just yet. look at the temperatures for today. these are the highs. highs to the east bay we have low 70s. for inland communities, warm but still comfortable, 85 danville. 86 livermore. 87 brentwood. south bay locations low 80s for morgan hill as well as los gatos. santa cruz mild with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies, 74 for the second half. 75 sunnyvale. as we slide up along the peninsula 79 redwood city. 73 san bruno. upper 60s san francisco. low to mid-60s pacifica, daly city and halfmoon bay with mostly cloudy skies. we've got football this evening. levi's stadium. 49ers play at 5:00. partly sunny skies, 75 degrees with that northwesterly breeze.
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a light one to 10 miles per hour. the extended forecast, there's the warm-up. again for today we're going to have another nice mild pleasant one. as we get into monday temperatures begin to rebound. now hitting 90 degrees or so for inland cities. low to mid-90s as we get into tuesday. doesn't hold on though. temperature begin to slide as we get into wednesday and thursday. along the coast 60s, around the bay 70s. still a good-looking forecast. still fairly comfortable. >> it's a toasty tuesday though. >> yes. >> it was beautiful in the city yesterday. more of the same today. >> yes. coming again. >> thank you. 7:20 is the time. creating the sense of community in vallejo. an event today aimed at showing unity and inspiring young people. >> and our "pet of the day." this is "misty." she's 6 years old, currently lives at the humane society of the north bay. this month all cats at the shelter can be adopted for only $10. get out there. for more information on "misty"
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a 55-year-old man was killed in fairfield when he was run over by a tank. it happened during a a reunion outside of a home where there is also a museum with several
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military vehicles. the victim was apparently sitting on the front of the vehicle when it went over a hill and he was either thrown off or he fell off and then was hit by the tank. police haven't yet released his identity. a simple traffic stop turned into a manhunt on the bay bridge last night. police say it started when an officer spotted some garbage being thrown out of a car, when he stopped the driver the officer found out that the woman had a suspended license. he also patted down the passenger and allegedly felt a gun in the man's pocket. police say the man then ran away on to the island. a chopper then found him on the rocks by the lighthouse. officers had to use a boat to finally take him into custody. happening today -- residents in vallejo want to showcase the good side of their hometown. they say it's too often known for the crimes and challenges faced by their city and doesn't get enough attention for the positive in the community. today they are going to hold a community barbecue. organizers say the adults get together to show unity and create a sense of community that will inspire younger
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generations to work together too. the barbecue starts at 1:00 this afternoon at dan foley park near the hospital. they hope to draw 200 people, preparing food including barbecued chicken and hot links. also many games. organizers are also for a $10 donation per person to cover the cost of the food. police in antioch using legos to build better relationships. nearly 30 families got together with authorities to play yesterday. with introduced you to the event live on "mornings on 2". after we got off the air the children were treated to pizza, got a tour of the police department and all went home with a lego gift set. >> hopefully some of these young people will have the positive experience and want to move forward and become a police officer some day. >> kids between ages of 5 and 10 all took part. it went so well that antioch police and the chief says that he plans on doing all of this
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again. a fun event. a great idea. >> it sold out in a couple days. >> they have to get reservations in early. the 49ers are playing at levi's stadium for the first time this preseason and there are still, yeah, turf issues plaguing the team. what is going to be different about today's surface. >> hundreds of students will get free school supplies today. meet the local rapper behind this. >> dry seasonal weather in store for the second part of the weekend. we'll update you coming up. >> speaking of warmer weather on the way, are you in the mood for something a little tropical? the aloha races and polynesian festival is today at the santa cruz wharf. race is 9:00 this morning followed by a festival at 11:00 and admission is free.
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i was distracted by rosemary. >> i'm ross polumbo and rosemaryies is here chatting with us. >> we're matching and we didn't plan it. >> i love when that happens. >> you didn't get the memo? >> no. i did not. i have plenty of gray to talk about. we have overcast skies once again. a live look here over san jose where we have mostly cloudy skies. along the coast inland. once again the marine layer not as deep but still well above 2,000 feet and it's managed to slip well inland. we're all mostly cloudy with the exception of this spot here. if you are in the antioch/brentwood area, these small communities along highway 4 you have mostly sunny, the rest of us with the cloitd companies. this is going to peel back and mostly sunny skies along the coastline for today. onshore breeze with us, 7 napa,
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7 oakland. light breeze in concord, a little stronger than what we had yesterday morning. so again we continue with the relatively mild weather. we have temperatures in the 60s this morning. as we get into the afternoon, temperatures are going to feel a lot like we had yesterday. we'll wroorm warm up but it's for the business week ahead. before i let you a peak at the afternoon highs here. we will get back into the 90s. i'll show you when in the extended forecast coming up. time is 7:31. new this morning, we have information on a young child who was hurt in a shooting in oakland. the 3-year-old girl was sitting in a parked car on 77th avenue
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and east oakland when someone drove by and opened fire. according to the oakland tribune the child suffered a superficial wound to the chest area. a 35-year-old man not related to the girl shot in the chest and arm. both victims are reported in stable condition. a relative of the girl who was also in the car wasn't hurt. today there's a memorial service for 8-year-old madison middleton. she's the santa cruz girl reported missing last month. her body was found in a recycling bin near the tannery arts center where she lived. the memorial is at the kaiser permanentay arena at front street in santa cruz. the service starts 3:00. her 15-year-old neighbor aj gonzalez is charged with killing middleton. officials say she was beaten and stabbed and raped before she was dumped in the recycling bin where she died. he will face life in prison if convicted, due back in court september 21st. police are looking for witnesses to a deadly hit-&-run
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crash. it happened after 6:00 yesterday morning on king road south of story road. someone called to report a man down in the roadway. the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. they say his injuries are consistent with being run over. the victim was latino, in his 60s. police have no information on a suspect's vehicle at this time. tomorrow marks one year since that 6.0 quake hit in napa that caused hundreds of millions of collars in damage dollars in damage. >> reporter: we're that home here near downtown napa. this is one of 200 buildings red-tagged after the earthquake. this is how it looks even a year later but amazingly enough crews are busy now fixing the foundation here and this home will be saved. this is the sound of progress in napa. construction crews repairing an historic home that crumbled during the quake. the place was built in the
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1880s and this is what it looked like last august. and today from the kitchen to the bedroom, every room of the place looks like it has been untouched. a disaster frozen in time. the people who were renting here found another place to live and the owner decided to rebuild. >> went to great lengths to fix it and save it. >> reporter: the contractor brian jones says he spent three months lifting this home out of the dirt and building a more sturdy foundation for future tenants. >> this will easily ride a 6.5. so i'll put my wallet on the table, 6.5, no problem. maybe minor damage. >> reporter: this is what parts of downtown napa looked like after the 6.0 quake. brick facades crumbled, historic buildings left in ruins. and today many of those same buildings are still being either repaired or dmal demolished but the city manager says all this construction work
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isn't keeping away tourists. >> napa is doing great. we've made up for losses in terms of hotels, restaurants are booth. this year we're probably going to be ahead of where we were the year before. >> we have bounced back. alive and thriving and business couldn't be better. >> reporter: the bounty hunter restaurant was forced to close for a couple days to repair damage but manager joe says business now is as good as ever and after losing a wall full of wine during the shaking he's better prepared. >> we made sure everything here as far as the rack itself is much better affixed to the actual wall. i don't think it will go anywhere now no matter what. >> reporter: all told the napa quake cost more than $300 million in damage and will likely take several more years for the region to fully recover. >> the 200 buildings red-tagged after the quake, more than half, 134 remain uninhabitable. many of those are historic making rebuilding and even
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demolishing complicated, costly and time consuming. be sure to tune in to "mornings on 2" tomorrow as alex brings us more stories about napa's rerecovery. one sector fully recovered, the wine industry. 60% of local vintners sustained some type of damage. wine barrels toppled, thousands of bottles shatereds. there was more than $80 million in damages but nearly every wipery is now back in business. they were fully recovered in to months. a badge and loaded weapon stolen from a unmarked uc berkeley police car and driven by the chief. the police chief says the chief bennet got back to her car and discovered the break-in. regional park police are also investigating. a work begins tomorrow on an odor reducing makeover at bart station elevators. bart will begin to clean and replace the flooring on 120
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elevators. they say the current flooring material absorbs too many liquids and odors that can damage the elevator structure. the work will be done in stages and will continue through december of next year. an oakland rapper and songwriter will be passing out school supplies today. children in need who live here in oakland. stanley cox or as he's known to many "mista fab" is on the dope era backpack giveaway and has been for 10 years now. it includes safety awareness, tips, food, prizes and entertainment. he says it's important to encourage children growing up in oakland because many of them don't realize education is key to a future that will keep them off the streets. >> a way out, killing, gang, it's for self-gain. the best thing to believe in is believe in yourself. >> the event kicks off at noon today and continues to 6:00 p.m. tonight. local families are invited to
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bring their kids to 44th and linden streets to pick out a backpack and fill it with supplies. each child will receive one backpack on a first come first serve basis. students across the bay area have been making their way into the classrooms. back into the classrooms. and even more will be returning. coming up on monday, tomorrow in alameda county the unified school district will open stores to students. in santa clara county two counties will have class. don't don't county as well -- contra costa county as well. classes will also begin in san mateo county and bartolo valley and redwood city school districts. there will be supply kits for children in need from the berkeley area.
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>> the nonprofit k to college purchased 250,000 dollars-worth of supplies for today's event. together the group will make 3,500 school supply kits and 6,000 dental kits. this is the fifth year organizers have put on this event. 49er fans get their first chance to watch the up close this year's team. after losing to the houston texans on the road last weekend the 49ers are going to play their first preseason game at home tonight. kickoff 5:00 p.m. against the dallas cowboys. colin kaepernick is expected to play more. tony romo also expected to play. the field has brands new turf grown and installed by evergreen turf from arizona. the 49ers have been working with a merced county company. the co-owner says the grass unrolled tuesday is a stop-gap to help the 49ers get their next resod which is planned after next saturday's luke
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bryan concert. last summer then coach john harbaugh halted practice because chunks from the field were coming up. the 49erings thought they had fixed the issue but the grass kept coming apart. fans of the game will be paying less for beer and water. the price of beer was reduced by a quarter. still will cost $10. bottled water dropped 75 cents to $5. the 49ers are also implementing strategies to ease complaints about excessive heat. there will also be new parking policies and more exit lanes to improve post-game traffic flow. the raiders' second preseason game is in the books after getting a win in weak 1. the oakland raiders fell to the minnesota vikings in week two. the game featured an hour plus rain delay. the longest play of the day came on the second possession with a 40-yard pass from derek carr. there goes cooper. with the 2-yard touchdown run from murray. the rain started to come down when the game was tied at 6-6,
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after the rain delay the vikings won 20-12. when you think of restaurants in the bay area you think of napa or san francisco but in a new survey it was oakland on the top 10 list of the best local food scenes in the nation. the survey by "usa today," oakland ranked 7th beating other cities on the west coast. on our facebook page we asked where your favorite places to eat are. there were several choices. >> oakland known for being a foody place these days. a lot of people come here for the good eats. >> looking good. 7:41. firefighters continue to battle the flames of the fire that is burning near lawrence livermore lab. in 30 minutes find out when cal fire thinks it will have the flames fully contained. >> but first new arrivals at the national zoo in washington.
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♪ oh baby baby♪ ♪ baby baby♪ ♪ >> welcome back. >> the primal scream there. >> thank you for joining us this morning. if you are just joining us this morning our show director scott and his wife are expecting a baby due today. so all of our songs this morning having to do with baby, although i kind of expected
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nursery rhymes. not the case. we've got a little bit of led zeppelin to start the morning here. a live look at all the gray. tough to see the san francisco skyline. this is going to clear away. we'll be with mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. i'll have a look at the numbers coming up. in one day a wildfire in washington state grew by 100 square miles. firefighters actually caught a break yesterday as it was less windy than it was earlier in the week. however, the state's largest fire in north central washington still jumped to 355 square miles. that is larger than new york city. the federal government has declared an emergency but resources are so strained state officials have taken the unprecedented step of asking for volunteers to help fight the fires. >> we were told to evacuate three days ago. and we spent the first night -- i spent the first night here. just kind of watching the
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place. >> mandatory evacuates orders and advisories have been issued to thousands of residents. officials say at least three homes and 33 other buildings have been destroyed but say the situation is so chaotic but they are not able to get an accurate count right now. julian bond, former chairman of the naacp and leader in the call to end the war in vietnam. bond was a longtime reverend of reverend brown and brown said he will honor bond by working for community empowerment, affordable housing and quality education for everyone. bond died last weekend at the age of 75. opponents of abortion rights held protests in three cities across 47 states. demanding the government stop funding planned parenthood. a smaller group was across the
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street. holding their own demonstrations. >> when we see the video footage like we have now, it confirms things that we have gotten also in the past that tell us that we're right. >> women need access to abortion, under any circumstance. it's really important that we -- that we recognize the national battle afoot. >> planned parenthood says it doesn't sell fetal tissue but distributes it for medical reasons. the national zoo in washington, dc is celebrating the birth of healthy twin panda cubs. giant pandas mate infrequently and the birth of a healthy cub is uncommon. mom has had only two other cubs who survived for more than a few days. panda cubs are about the size of a stick of butter. and are very fragile. the zoo says it could be weeks
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before the genders of the cubs are discovered. and they won't be on display in public for several months yet. >> wonderful. >> let's hope they are nice and healthy and get bigger than a stick of butter very soon. >> you can picture how small that is. >> tiny. >> hope they survive. >> yes, absolutely. how's our weather looking? >> not bad. especially if you like it mild. that's what we have seen in recent days and that's what we will see again for today. today's going to be the last day though. we're going to start a warm-up as we get into your back-to- work monday. giving you a live look into san jose, santa clara area, levi stadium where the 49ers will play later today. it's going to be a nice day for a ballgame. not too warm. it will be just right. i'll look at the numbers there in a few moments. also want to say good morning to arty, he was actually out at the giant race, sent me this picture and you can see gray skies over the area with low
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60s now in the san francisco area. but a beautiful day for a race as i already mentioned. as we get into the sunday afternoon, partly cloudy to partly sunny skies. temperatures not changing a lot. 60s at the coast. 70s around the bay, mid-80s expected for inland communities and we'll have that onshore breeze with wind to 25 miles per hour. so could be a little cooler, a little breezy, especially along the coast. especially through the delta where the winds are actually blowing this morning as well. the temperatures will continue as we get into sunday and then by monday a bump in the numbers. tuesday even warmer. we are going to warm into the 90s for our inland communities. so that summertime heat coming back although it's not going took too bad. i'll show that you in the extended forecast. 57 degrees santa rosa. oakland 59. 62 livermore. upper 50s san francisco and san jose 61. not bad, not a bad start but it's cloudy and we have that onshore breeze so could feel a little cooler. if you're going to the farmers market or to breakfast, that to be aware of. later today 71 degrees with a
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light westerly breeze and partly cloudy skies. again great weather going on around the bay area for a lot of events going on around the bay area. starting with the north bay, afternoon highs for today 76 in novato. 76 petaluma. upper 60s sausalito. a nice day by the water. low 70s for the second half of the day in oakland. 85 danville. upper 80s livemore and 87 in brentwood. as we get into the south bay, 80 santa clara and san jose. nice and warm but not too bad. 83 los gatos. upper sents for sunnyvale. santa cruz has a festival this afternoon. 75 san mateo and low 70s san bruno. san francisco checking in about 68. for the afternoon. the extended forecast, temperatures begin to rebound as we get into monday. 90 degrees, the forecasted high for inland communities.
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i heard a whoo hoo from nelson. he loves the heat. he loves the summertime heat. he likes the desert heat. he likes the 100-degree heat! we're not going to get that hot. 94 tuesday. then we cool back again as we get into wednesday and thursday. >> see all these people you make happy? >> i do what i can. >> thank you. 7:50. after a six-game winless streak last month the san jose earthquakes are back in that playoff hunt. they won their third straight game yesterday. chris scored four minutes into the game. against dc united. always nice to see there. salinas with another goal in the 52nd minute. 2-0 win. the quakes are tied with seattle for the western conference final playoff spot. san jose hosts the l.a. galaxy friday. one of the newest giants returned from the dl yesterday in pittsburgh. to pitch for the first time since august 2nd. but he would end up with a no decision as the game would go to the bottom of the ninth with
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the score tied. sterling hit the first pitch he saw into the seats for a walkoff home run. pirates win 3-2, giants close out a four-game series with the pirates tonight. it was "star wars" day at the coliseum yesterday as the as hosted the tampa bay rays. darth vader and the storm troopers made an appearance. check out this play from the second inning. the as ball boy lays out for an amazing diving stop in foul territory. he protects his bull pen, gets his uniform a little dirty and a lot of fist bumps. the as took a 4-3 lead in the ninth but the bullpen faltered, as dubbed down in the right field line and the rays win 5- 4. let's talk about drones. 7:52. drones getting their own film festival. >> we're keeping an eye on
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things happening around the bay area this week.
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former hurricane danny is now expected to hit the virgin
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islands tonight or tomorrow night. forecasters say it will be near puerto rico coming up on tuesday. it's now a tropical storm but danny's path has changed and now meteorologists say it's unlikely to drop much rain on puerto rico. and they need the rain because of drought conditions there. it's been almost a week since the deadly bombing in thailand that killed 20 people and wounded more than 100. the country's narc police chief says investigators need some luck to catch the people responsible. he said he believes the main suspect has probably already left the country. police offered an $85,000 reward. a firm could be named to build a suicide barrier at the golden gate bridge. the project involves putting up steel supports and netting that extends 20 feet below and 20 feet above the span. the net would consist of stainless steel cable that
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collapses slightly if someone jumps in. 1,200 people committed suicide on the bridge since it opened in 1937. tomorrow the palo alto city council scheduled to consider raising the minimum wage. there's currently no wage law in palo alto but businesses must adhere to the state standard of $9 an hour. a minimum wage will be called for of 11 an hour in the city starting in january. but palo alto is also trying to unite all cities in santa clara county to set a minimal wage of $12 13á an hour by the year 2018. drones about to get their own film festival. the competition will feature the best nottage by unmanned flying cameras. the contest is open to anyone in the world. submissions are separated in to
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six categories. entries must be less than five minutes long and must be entered by september 15th. drones everywhere. elevators at bart stations may actually start smelling a little better. in 30 minutes we're going to tell you what crews are doing to help your noses. >> plus another east bay watermain break. up next, going to tell you how many watermains the piedmont earthquake may have affected. >> pleasant weather remains in the forecast for the second part of your weekend. i'm updating your current conditions and we'll look at the afternoon highs and talk about a warm-up coming up.
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tens of thousands of people decked out in orange and black decked out at at&t ballpark. they are not here to see a ballgame though. it's for a charity. >> firefighters continue to fight the tesla fire. coming up, how long it's going to take before it's finally
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out. >> welcome to "mornings on 2", it's sunday, august 23rd. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm ross palambo. let's check the weather with rosemary. >> we have the gray skies again but we need them to keep us nice and mild for the afternoon. that's exactly what we're going to have today. the clouds are beginning to clear from portions of the east bay but most of us still with plenty of gray. giving you a live look over the east bay where we have a little bit of sun and cloud there over walnut creek. it looks like east of concord those clouds are beginning to break up. some of us waking up with mostly sunny skies. on the inner east bay. in fact if we look at the satellite view you can see from the coast in the bay, northeast and south -- north, east, and south we are with the overcast skies but i zoom in closer and we have sunshine on the east side of concord, antioch, bay point, clayton and areas around brentwood and all these tiny
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communities in between. you have a nice sunny sky. the rest of us will see the sunshine as we get into the second part of the morning and into the afternoon. the onshore breeze continues. it's a light one for most of us. anywhere from 5 to 10 miles per hour. then i point you into fairfield, travis reporting 20 and again another sign that these relatively mild temperatures will continue for your afternoon. 63 degrees in fairfield. 63 oakland. low 60s redwood city. 64 mountainview. as we head to the north bay low 60s, napa, santa rosa as well as novato. we are going to shift into the east bay and look at a few more numbers. upper 50s for lafayette as well as maraga. as we get into the afternoon a near repeat expected for most of us. i'll look at the afternoon highs and in the extended forecast, that warmer weather coming our way. i'll look at this in a bit. thousands of giant fans are running wild throughout the
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city. sort of. it's all part of an annual fundraiser to help seniors and the sick. allie rasmus joins us from at&t park which is actually the beginning and finishing line. are you jogging a little this morning? >> reporter: an hour ago when we checked in with you, everyone here was running the opposite direction, like you mentioned this is the start and finish line. so now people have just about wrapped up this half-marathon. they went all the way to the golden gate bridge toll plaza, a lot of energetic, excited, happy runners this morning. an hour later about everyone is coming back. 20,000 people are participating in an event called the giant race. for six years this event, for giants fans or people who just love running partnered up with a nonprofit organization called project open hand. it's the bay area's largest nonprofit that delivers 2,500 meals a day to people who are
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critically ill or senior citizens. early this morning we had a chance to talk to the ceo of that nonprofit. about what this race and this event means to them. >> because 20,000 people come out here, they are healthy and excited, ready to raise money for us and bring all the community together for us. >> reporter: back here live this is the start and finish line. half-marathon, 10k and 5k, the half-marathon runners are making their way back. once they cross that finish line they are going to be going into at&t park. they have a lot of activities there for them. the ceo of project open hand says not only is this a fundraiser for them but an opportunity for them to explain to people, people who take part in this race, get their name out and explain what it is they do. the ceo says this event helped them raise this year $400,000 for the nonprofit. it's a giant race for a giant cause as they like to say. it's still underway.
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the next half-hour we're going to go inside at&t park and show you the view in there. and show you how people are enjoying and taking in the ballpark after getting this hair and a halfathon under their belt. half-marathon under their belt. >> what is the traffic in the area? >> reporter: a the streets are closed. this is 4th and king, 2nds and king where we are in front of the ballpark. closed in the -- i want to say in the westbound direction or the direction towards the bay bridge. because that's where all the people are running. the streets are going to be closed for the next hour or so. as people get through the race. there's 10k and 5k, obviously the 5k, that starts o:00. that doesn't travel as far so there will be fewer road closures expected because of that. you can't expect road closures because of the event. right now, 8:00 a.m. on the sunday there's not a lot 6 traffic to speak of. right now it's just a lot of
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foot traffic. >> there are several street closures. here's a map of the course. there's also a 10k and 5k race, the 10k started at 7:00, the 5k starts at 10:50. runners get this shirt you see on the left and the special hunter pense bobble head. also a medal at the finish line. tomorrow marks the first anniversary of the south napa earthquake. the magnitude 6.0 quake hit 3:20 a.m. august 24, 2014. it was the largest seismic activity in the bay area since the 6.9 quake in 1989. officially one death was blamed on that napa quake and more than 1,500 buildings were damaged. tomorrow's anniversary features a ceremony at 3:20 p.m. at veterans memorial park. it will include information booths on topics such as emergency preparedness. one of the bay area's
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biggest utilities dealing with a lot of service breaks since last monday's break. the east bay municipal district says there have been at least nine watermain breaks in the past week. some of the breaks happened in oakland near the quake's epicenter. people we talked to say the sight of water down the street during the drought spurred an unusual reaction. >> everyone came out to see what was going on, immediately people started to grab buckets and watering plants and lawns and trying to capture what water was going down the street. >> the water is back on at nearly all the homes affected by the waterpark pipe problems since the quake but east bay mud says there could be others and they may not all be replate lated to the earthquake. some of the watermains are between 70 and 100 years old. in lake county, that area hit hard by two major wildfires, now getting a break. cal fire originally announced a
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wildfire that broke out last night near the community of kelseyville, burned 400 acres but just downsized it to 200 acres. and they are saying that fire is 17% contained now. officials were worried that the fire could explode like the rocky and jerusalem fires because of the amount of dry brush and trees. cal fire sent in 200 firefighters just two hours after that fire started just to be careful. there are ground crews along with air tankers and helicopters. no evacuations have been ordered, no structures are damaged but as you can see the flames were coming close to homes and ranches. >> three huge fires lately. yeah, it's scary for people's property, the animals. very concerned. >> as for the other two fires the jerusalem fire has burned through more than 25,000 acres and is this morning 98% contained. the rocky fire wurpd through nearly -- burned through nearly 70,000 acres.
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cal fire also announced a short time ago the tesla fire is now fully contained. it burned through 2,700 acres near the lawrence livermore lab. it destroyed one building. a little girl is recovering after getting hit in an overnight shooting in oakland. the 3-year-old was sitting in a parked car on 77th avenue in east oakland when someone drove by and opened fire. according to the oakland tribune the child was in the car with two others and suffered a superficial wound to the chest area. a 35-year-old man who is not related to her was shot in the chest and arm. those victims are in the hospital in stable condition. a relative of the girl who was also in the car was not hurt. cell phone video from the pittsburg man that helped stop a terror attack in france. these are images of the suspect on the ground. coming up we'll show you images
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of the suspect on the ground, and the train. and there's going to be a close- up of his russian-made rifle. he's been identified as 26-year- old moroccan national al- kazani. police say he belongs to a radical islamic group and is accused of attacking several people in that train friday. sadler and two friends, national guardsmen are still being hailed as heroes this morning. sadler was born in pittsburg, grew up near sacramento and president obama already called them and commended them for their bravely. sadler's father is also speaking out. >> i thought this trip would broaden his world view. but never did i suspect he would encounter an experience like this. >> last night the three went to the home of the u.s. ambassador in paris, they are all going to be honored by the french
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president tomorrow. happening today -- monae will perform a concert and rally against police violence in san francisco. earlier this week she released a 6.5-minute song calling out the names of the people who had been killed in confrontation was police. she'll be joined at today's event by other performers from her record company. it's scheduled to start 12:30 this afternoon. it will be at the bart station at 24th street and mission. tomorrow marks the one-year since the napa earthquake. there's one industry that fully recovered. how quickly local wineries got back on their feet. coming up. >> first the race for the presidency heating up. and the unanswered question, will biden run? >> and an unusual gathering at ocean beach today, you have to dress to impress. it's free to attend but you need to come in your formal
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evening wear. all right.
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♪ baby come back any kind of fool could see♪ ♪ there something in everything about you♪
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>> so many baby songs. >> this one takes you way back. "baby come back." i was told this was requested by future grandpa steve. scott's father requested this song. in honor of the baby on the way. love it. hundreds of people joined in a fundraiser for cancer patientsened this event does have a very special connection for many longtime viewers of kvu. you can see from the video some people walked and some ran. this was all for the 11th annual friends of faith walk at lake merritt in oakland yesterday. the event honors ktvu reporter faith who died of breast cancer in 2003. while battling cancer she told the story to viewers of what she was going through as a way to educate people. she also raised money to help women and men with breast cancer pay for the daily
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expenses. rita williams who was faith's co-worker at ktvu says friends of faith raised a total of $3 million. >> we give emergency loans for things like babysitting, if you need to go to chemo. if your car breaks down or rent. paying your rent for a month. we've been doing this now for 13 years so this is our 11th annual walk. >> this year a few ballerinas also joined that walk. you can see lots of pink, had a lot of fun. they and the walkers raised $40,000 so far. the group is still accepting donations. you can make a donation on-line as well. dave clark was actually also helping hosting the event. he posted a lot of pictures. a nice event. the weather was pretty nice too. our weather not perfect right now but it's going to get better. >> perfect depending on who you ask. you can't make everyone happy,
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she knows. >> we have mild weather that continues one more day. if you like the heat it's coming our way. i'll show that you coming up. let's first look live outside our doors and across the bay into, in and around the golden gate bridge. mostly cloudy skies from the coast, inside the bay, well inland. the marine layer not as steep but still above 2,000 feet. deep enough to get over those hills and fill into our inland valley locations. more on the local forecast coming up. let's look at the tropical depression, continuing to track it. winds 35 miles per hour west, moving west at 15 miles per hour. i want to show you the path of the next few days, it's not only going to be closer to the hawaiian islands, it's expected to strengthsen some. by tuesday a tropical storm, by thursday category 1, by friday perhaps turning into a category 2 but notice how it goes north and then it continues west. so the latest path on this is
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that it will steer clear of the hawaiian islands. as we knowings, it can change twenty now and then. we'll continue to track it but that is the latest. giving a look again from a bird's eye view we have gotten mostly gray skies around the bay area. as we get into the afternoon a lot like yesterday. we're going to have mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. the coast will remain with cloudy skies, mid-60s at the coast. mid to upper 80s for warmer locations. temperatures now santa rosa starting 57. oakland 59, 62 livermore, san francisco 59 and san jose low 60s. these numbers are a lot like how we were yesterday morning. getting outdoors for a run, maybe to walk the dog. it's nice but we have an onshore breeze so could be a little cooler, check outdoors before you head out. 76 in novato this afternoon. 78 napa. 75 san rafael. closer to the water we have 69 degrees for sausalito. upper 60s in the forecast for tiburon. 70 berkeley. 73 oakland. low sirveghts in the forecast today.
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if you're going to see the as play this afternoon. 835 danville. 86 livermore. 87 for the warmer location of brentwood today. 83 morgan hill. so is los gatos. sunnyvale 79. 79 redwood city. 68 san francisco. seeing the niners play? we have great weather in store, partly sunny skies and 75 degrees and light northeasterly breeze so it will be warmer but not too bad. temperatures there heating up as we get back to work monday. going to hit 90 and then 94 expected on tuesday. that will be the warmest day. temperatures begin to fall off wednesday. the first family is just returning from their vacation today. they are coming back to washington. they've been on vacation in martha's vineyard the past two weeks. president obama, the first lady and their daughters all rode bikes yesterday. the president though also played golf with the former
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president bill clinton. speculation is soaring this morning about vice president joe biden, possibly running for president. yesterday he met with massachusetts senator elizabeth warren. fueling the speculations. polls show if biden ran for president he would beat current republican frontrunner donald trump in three keep swing states. this as hillary clinton's numbers are slightly down in the wake of republican attacks about her e-mails. >> we fully expect that republicans are going to continue to want to talk about hillary clinton's e-mails and the reason for that, they can't talk about their plan to grow the economy on behalf of the middle class. that is what hillary clinton is fighting for. that is why she's in this race. that's what voters care about. >> today republican candidates are also stumping in iowa, new hampshire, ohio and alabama. louisiana governor bobby jindal spoke about immigration at the iowa state fair just yesterday. the national zoo in washington celebrating an unexpected but very happy
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event. it involves one of the prized giant pandas on loan from china. someone breaks into an unmarked police car and then steals something. what was stolen, coming up.
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>> of course we have legos music. >> in antioch, legos were used to make friends and bond with children who lived in the area. yesterday's event was called legos and the law. the children had pizza, got a tour of the police department and yeah, all went home with a lego gift set. >> hopefully some of these young people will have the positive experience and want to move forward and become a police officer some day. >> that was the chief, you may have heard him yesterday on "mornings on 2", about 25 children between ages of 5 and 10 took part in the event. antioch police say this event filled up so quickly they are planning on having more activities just like this one in the future. happening today, some people in vallejo want to showcase the good side of their hometown. they say too often it's known for just crimes and challenges facing that city. the city doesn't get enough attention for the positive sides of the community. so today they are holding a community barbecue. organizers say if the adults get together to show unity and
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create that sense of community it will inspire the younger generations to work together too. the barbecue starts at 1:00 this afternoon at dan foley park near sutter solano hospital. they hope a couple hundred people will be show up. the group is preparing food. there's also going to be games. sounds like a good day. organizers if you would like to go hope you will bring $10 a person to cover the cost of food. a manhunt on the bay bridge last night. police say it started when officer spotted garbage thrown out the car window. he stopped the car and the driver had a suspinnedded license, a man had a gun in his pocket. officers to too-to-find him and
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finally took him into custody. police are looking for a witness to a hit-&-run crash. it happened on king road south of story road yesterday morning. someone called to report a man down in the roadway. police and fire crews responded and pronounced the victim dead at the scene. they say his injuries were consistent with someone who has been run over. the victim was a latino man in his 60s. police have no information on a suspect's vehicle now. we have new information this morning about a police badge and weapons stolen from a richmond park. ktvu learned those items belonged to the chief of police at uc berkeley. yesterday we told but the theft at point isabel in richmond. now police say marco bennet parked there friday morning. when she returned to the car she discovered the break-in. east bay regional park police are now this morning investigating. work begins tomorrow on an
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odor-reducing makeover at several bart station elevators. bart will begin to clean and replace flooring on more than 120 elevators. bart says the current flooring material absorbs too many liquids and odors. which can damage the elevator's structure. crews will tear out the existing floors, ininfect the area and install new aluminum flooring. the work will be done in stages and continue through december of next year. it is one of the most active earthquakes zones in california. straight ahead, the quake along the nevada border. >> an oakland rapper is helping young students in need. after the break you'll hear more. >> if you're in the mood for some free music, who isn't? head out to the pickled beets, they are performing.
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hi, loseele. how are you this sunday morning? of course you have the giants mascot welcoming the runners to at&t park. this is the fun part, right? they are just enjoying it. this is the sixth annual giant race in san francisco. >> and 20,000 people are taking part in the event. ktvu's allie rasmus is actually there and in just a few minutes we're going to check in with her and see how far she got on her run. welcome back to "mornings on 2", i'm ross polumbo
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>> i'm claudine wong. let's start with a look at the weather on this sunday morning. rosemary, you always vathis is the perfect weather for runners. they like it cool. >> i do too as well. it's kind of nice to have the clouds overhead as well although the sunshine kind of nice to look at as well. a look into the east bay hills where we are beginning to see the clouds break away over walnut creek and farther east. starting out with sunshine, for the rest of us, mostly gray skies. the satellite and radar view showing from the coast inside the bay and the marine layer deep enough to get up over those hills and bring us cloudy skies to areas like livermore. down into the south bay, san jose, areas around morgan hill and over the north bay, widespread as well. we're going to see another clearing like we did yesterday. late morning, early afternoon for most of us. at the coast we're going to continue with the gray conditions. the onshore breeze will continue as well. a light one for most of us but it's cloudy out there. even a light breeze could make it feel a little cooler if
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you're thinking of strolling the farmers market this morning. fairfield, 20 miles per hour sustained. no gusts at this time. yesterday it was a little weaker so the winds on shore at travis at little stronger at this hour. 63 fairfield. 62 sfo. low 60s over the north bay. low 60s over the south bay. we're all in the same boat on this one. last half-hour we went to the east bay. let's go down along the peninsula. 61 woodside. 66 palo alto. 63 menlo park. in the afternoon slightly warmer for some, but most of us are going to see temperatures similar to saturday afternoon. there's a warm-up, in the extended forecast coming up. happening today -- there's a memorial service for 8-year- old madison middleton. she's the santa cruz girl who was reported missing last month. her body was found in a recycling bin near the tannery arts center where she lived. a memorial is being held at the kaiser permanentay arena on
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front street in santa cruz. the doors open 1:30 this afternoon and the service will start at 3:00. middle's 15-year-old neighbor aj gonzalez is accused of killing her. officials say she was beaten and strangled and raped before dumped in the recycling bin where she died. he faces life in prison if convicted being tried as an adult. due back in court september 21st. in the southern sierra the ground shook in an area prone to quakes. the usgs reports a 3.7 earthquake hit the mammoth lakes area yesterday morning. while there were no reports of damage there were several aftershocks. last september a number of quakes hit the area in just five days. tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary since the napa quake causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. alex savage was there after it hit and shows us how much the region now recovered and how much more work is left to be
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done. >> reporter: we're in a home here near downtown napa, this is one of 200 buildings red- tagged after the earthquake. this is how it looks even a year later. but amazingly enough crews are busy now fixing the phondation here and this home will be saved. this is the sound of progress in napa. construction crews repairing an historic home that crumpled during the quake. it was built in the 1880s, this was last august. from the kitchen to the bedroom today, every room looks like it's been untouched. a disaster frozen in time. the people who were renting here found another place to live and the owner decided to rebuild. >> went to great strengths to fix it and save it. >> reporter: contractor brian jones says he spent the past three months lifting this home out of the dirt and building a more sturdy foundation for future tenants. >> this will easily ride a 6. 5
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. so i'll put my wallet on the table. 6.5, no problem. maybe minor damage. >> reporter: this is what parts of downtown napa looked like after the 6.0 quake. brick facades scrumpled, historic buildings left in ruins. and today many of those same buildings are still being either repaired or demolished, but city manager mike parness says all this construction work is not keeping away tourists. >> business is doing great. we've made up a lot in terms of hotels and restaurants. we'll be ahead. >> we've bounced back. >> reporter: the bounty hunter restaurant was forced to close for a couple days but the manager says business now is as good as ever. and after losing a wall full of wine he's better prepared. >> we made sure everything as far as the rack itself is much better affixed to the actual
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wall. it won't go anywhere. >> reporter: all told the napa quake cost more than $300 million in damage and will likely take several more years for the region to fully recover. >> of the 200 buildings red tagged after the quake more than half, 134 remain uninhabbability. many of them are historic. tune in to "mornings on 2" tomorrow as alex brings us more stories about napa's recovery. one sector that is fully recovered, the wine industry there. 60% of local vintners sustained some type of damage. wine barrels toppled and thousands of bottles of wine shattered. there were more than $80 million in damages but nearly every winery is now back in business and was back in business within two months. 20,000 people signed up for this morning's run through san francisco. many still on the streets now.
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and allie rasmus is live at the home of the giant race at at&t park. >> reporter: i've covered a lot of races and this is always the best place to be. right at the finish line where you can see people happy, excited, making their way triumphantly. you can see lee steele there giving people high fives. a lot of people taking pictures. i'm going to try and talk to these ladies. hi. >> hi. >> reporter: i can tell you're excited. how was it? >> awesome. if i best friend from -- it's my best friend from high school. it's her fault. >> reporter: what made you decide to do this race again? >> we live in the bay area of the city. >> reporter: what's different about this race? versus other events. >> i think the san francisco, the giants -- 50 next year.
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whoo! >> congratulations. are you doing the half-marathon on or 10k? >> thank you very much. >> reporter: people are in a good mood, endorphins are up as they cross the finish line. we are on home field at at&t park. this is one of the big draws for giants fans taking part in this. after they get through the hard part. after running the race and half- marathon, 10k and 5k, once they are finished they get to come on this team home field. they can go to the dugout, they can take pictures at home base. and not only is this a big event for giants fans but it's also a fundraiser for an organization, nonprofit called project open hand. that organization is the largest food-based charity in the bay area. what they do is prepare 2,500 meals a day to people in need. senior citizens, people critically ill and can't make food themselves. this organization providers meals for those folks.
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not everyone running in this race. there's 20,000 people taking part. the entry fees don't automatically go to that nonprofit but about 10% of the people who do run take it upon themselves, take that extra step in order to fundraise money for that organization, project open hand. according to the ceo of the nonprofit this event has raised this year $400,000 for that charity. for that nonprofit. as they like to say here it's a giant race for a giant cause and people are picking up medals, crossing the finish line. everyone here in a good mood. taking pictures all over home field here at at&t park. we're going to be out here for another hour. there's still going to be people coming in, making their way past the finish line because the half-marathon, 10k and 5k, there will be people coming through all morning. back to you. >> thank you. your time is 8:39. let's talk niners, 49ers fans
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will get their first chance to get an up close look at this year's team after losing to the houston texans the 49ers will play their first preseason game at home tonight. kickoff 5:00 p.m. against the dallas cowboys. kaepernick expected to face off against tony romo. the cowboys reportedly did a walk through to check out the turf in advance of tonight's game. to see how it looks. no word on yet if they felt like it was ok but we think it was. the raiders' second preseason of the game is in the books after getting a win in week one. oakland fell to the minnesota vikings in week two. the game featured an hour-plus weather day. raiders longest play of the day came on their second possession. this 40 yard pass from carr to cooper. capped by a touchdown run by murray. the rain started to come. there it is. this was when the game was tied at 6-6 and after a delay the
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vikings came back to win that game 2012. oakland rapper and songwriter passing out school supplies today to children in need in oakland. stanley cox or "mista fab" has been putting on the dope era backpack giveaway 10 years now. he says it's important to encourage children growing up in oakland because many of them don't realize education is key to a future that will keep them off the streets. >> the way out for self-gain -- it's working hard. believe in something. the best thing to believe in, is yourself. >> that event starts at noon today and will continue to 6:00. local families are invited to bring their children out to 44th and linden street to pick out a backpack and fill it with supplies. each child will receive one backpack on a first come first serve basis. get out there. time now is 8:41.
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we're talking about watermain breaks. another one at oakland. coming up at 9:00, we'll show that you muddy mess left behind in one neighborhood, and the late northwest a series of failures -- latest in a series of failures since monday's piedmont quake. >> the ongoing debate over abortion heating up again. new protests.
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♪ >> who doesn't like this song? this is a good one by guns n roses, "sweet child of mine," all morning long we're playing song with "child," "baby" in honor of our show director scott and his lovely wife awaiting their first baby due today. we are waiting to see if that in fact happens. meanwhile outside our doors this morning the clouds are slowly clearing. i'll have an update on weather coming up in a moment. also stories. the national zoo in washington, dc is celebrating the birth of healthy twin panda cubs. the mother gave birth yesterday three days after the zoo staff discovered she was pregnant. giant pandas mate infrequently and the birth of a healthy cub is unfortunately uncommon.
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mom has had only two other cubs who survived for more than a few days. panda cubs are about the size of a stick of butter and are very fragile. the zoo says it could be weeks before the genders of the cub twins are discovered and they won't be on public display unfortunately for several months. more than 200 people braved the cold waters of the bay yesterday's to make a daring escape from the rock. >> whoo! >> cold. the event kicked off with a 1.5- mile swim across the bay from the island to aquatic park. after they hit the water many of the swimmers took part in a 7-mile run. a 35-year-old man from san francisco took the competition to the next level, completing the swim in less than a half- hour and the run in about 40 minutes. 8:46. opponents of abortion rights held protests in 300 cities across 47 states, demanding
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that the government stop funding planned parenthood. in new york city 150 pro-life demonstrators outside of a planned parenthood supporters. a smaller group of pro-choice supporters held their own demonstrations across the street. recordings reportedly show staff members talking about selling fetal tissue to researchers. >> when we see the video footage like we have now it confirms things we've also gotten in the past that tell us that we're right. >> women need access to abortion under any circumstances. and it's really important that we -- that we recognize the national battle afoot. >> planned parenthood says it doesn't sell fetal tissue but it does distribute it for medical research. former hurricane danny is now expected to hit the virgin islands tonight or tomorrow morning. forecasters say it will be near puerto ricoo maybe tuesday. it's now a tropical storm but danny's path has not changed. meteorologists say it's
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unlikely to drop much rain on puerto rico, that actually needs the rain because of a drought there. in just one day a wildfire in washington state grew by 100 square miles. firefighters actually caught a break yesterday as it was less windy than earlier in the week. but the state's largest fire in north central washington still jumped to 355 square miles, larger than new york city. the federal government has declared an emergency but resources are so strained state officials have taken the unprecedented step of asking volunteers to help fight the fires. >> we got -- told us to evacuate three days ago. we spent the first night -- i spent the first night here just kind of watching the place. >> mandatory evacuation orders and advisories have been issued to thousands of residents. officials say at least three homes and 33 other buildings have already been destroyed. but say the situation is so chaotic they are unable to
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actually get an accurate count. we got an jurpt on the peterson fire. that other one in lake county. an update. the rocky fire, it's been non- stop up there. the latest numbers from cal fire, i think 200 acres, 17% contained. still a lot of work odo. i hope this weather will help. at least it's not blazing hot, like with the rocky fire. it was brutal. >> right. when the fire broke out triple- digit heat and very dry. thankfully we have the onshore breeze, it will be warm there, near 90 today. southwesterly breeze meaning that drift will head towards the northeast. hopefully away from our folks that live in the clear lake area. giving you a look here into san francisco where we have mostly cloudy skies. and this is going to continue for the next hour or so. looking for a little bit of retreat seeing just some inside the inner east bay. so a slow burnoff for some, but
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by early afternoon i'm going to say, even late morning we'll begin to see the sunshine break through in areas around the bay as well as our inland communities. 61 degrees now in santa rosa. san francisco checking in at 61. low 60s in oakland. 64 concord and san jose 60. these numbers are a lot like yesterday. in fact our pattern, a lot like yesterday, will be partly sunny skies to partly cloudy skies for today. we'll have the onshore breeze picking up in the afternoon. so a little strong through the delta this morning to 20 miles per hour. stronger than yesterday but not too bad. 60s at the coast. 70s around the bay. our warmer spots mid to upper 80s in the forecast. perhaps a tad warmer for some than yesterday. may not really even notice. we will get back to 90s though. by monday i think we're going to hit 90 degrees for some areas. then the warmer day is actually going to be on tuesday. more on that in the extended forecast. let's talk about the game. as play 1:05, 71 degrees. westerly breeds at 10 miles per hour -- breeze.
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it will be a great day for a ball game. 76 this afternoon in novato. 76 petaluma. closer to the water, tiburon and sausalito upper 60s today. 71 richmond. 84 concord, 85 walnut creek. mid to upper 80s in and around antioch as well as brentwood. come closer to the water and we have 70 alameda. 74 hayward. we're so blessed to have this weather. depending on how you like it you can head one way or the other. 80 san jose today. 80 santa clara. 49ers are playing later today. it will be nice and mild to warm there. 79 redwood city. low 70s san bruno. 68 san francisco. low to mid-60s expected with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for the coast. the extended forecast, there are the numbers. and there is the warm-up. as we get into monday, again the warmer spots will be inland. 90 degrees expected. low to mid-90s in the forecast for tuesday but notice it doesn't really last. the temperatures begin to fall
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back as we get into mid-week wednesday. now there's actually a couple of futurecast models that want to bring a little bit of monsoonal moisture back our way tuesday into wednesday. so we'll be watching that. 8:51. one of the giants returned from the dl yesterday pitts burg. the game goes to the bottom of the ninth with the score tied. sterling hit the first pitch he saw into the left center field seats. there it goes for the walkoff home run. pirates win 3-2. it was "star wars" day at the coliseum. that's yesterday. as hosted the tampa bay rays. darth vader and the storm chasers. as ball boy, wow, lays out for
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that amazing diving stop in foul territory. the bullpen faltered, double down the right field line brings in two runs and the rays do win 5-4. coming up -- the king of beers versus a small california craft beer. in the next half-hour, why the beer giant is now taking action. >> oakland now getting props on food scenes.
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n♪ i was trying to figure out that music. doesn't seem like drones have been in the picture long but they are go b to get their own film festival. on november 19th san francisco is going to host the first ever flying robot film festival. the competition is going to feature the best footage captured by the unmanned flying cameras. the contest is open to anyone in the world and submissions are being separated in to six categories. they are very interesting categories. you have cinematic, aerial sport, drones for good, i made that, lol, wtf, and student films. >> what do you put in wtf? entries have to be less than five minutes long and have to
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be entered by september 15th. when you think of hot new restaurant scenes you may think of san francisco or napa but a new survey says it's oakland at the top of the list for the best local food scene in the nation. the survey was done by "usa today," oakland ranks seventh beating out all other cities on the west coast. on our facebook page we asked where your favorite places to eat are, soul's restaurant was popular. so were brown sugar kitchen, zachary's and everett and jones barbecue. tomorrow the palo alto city council is scheduled to consider raising the minimum wage. currently there's no wage law there but businesses must adhere to the state standard of $9 an hour. council members will also debate a proposal calling for a minimum wage of 11 an hour in their city starting in january. but palo alto is also trying to unite all cities in santa clara county to set a minimal
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regional wage of $13 an hour by the year 2018. another court hearing scheduled for tomorrow for ray mcdonald. last month he pled not guilty to charges he assaulted his ex- fiancee as she held their infant son. prosecutors say in may he broke through a bedroom door at her apartment and he's charged with one felony count of false imprisonment and admiss demeanor domestic violence, child endangerment and violating a protective order. it carries a max of three years behind bars. the judge ruled he doesn't have to appear in court for the routine hearing. earlier this year a name could happen for the suicide barer at the golden gate bridge. the net above and blow -- below the span would consist of stainless steel cables that
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new video from a local man
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who helped stop a terror attack. you'll see what happened right after he and two friends took down a gunman on a train in france. >> i think it all happened instinctively. he just did what he thought was necessary. >> we're hearing from their parents and learning more about the suspect. well, good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2. we are following a very serious story involving a 3-year-old girl who has become one of the latest victims of gun violence in oakland. >> she was sitting in a parked car with two people at 77th avenue and someone drove by and opened fire. according to the oakland tribune, the girl suffered a superficial wound to the chest area and an unrelated 35-year- old man was shot in the chest
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and arm. a third person in the car was not hit. a quick look at that time weather with rosemary oro szco. >> in san jose, mostly sunny away from the coastline, and as we turnover to the satellite view, you can see the time lapse of the last three hours showing you that the clouds are beginning to thin out and retreat. taking a look here at the east bay, this is typically where we are getting our clearing first. 680 from concord to san ramon beginning to see the clouds clear. pleasanton, livermore partly cloudy and the rest of us still mostly cloudy. 67 in walnut creek and sfo, 63. half moon bay good morning, 63,
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and san jose, 63. these numbers are similar to yesterday morning. the on shore breeze is with us this morning, light for most of us, you with stronger through portions of the delta. let's take a look at the numbers along the peninsula. 62 at san mateo and 68 in palo alto, and 59 in morgan hill. and one more look in the east bay, 61 in lafayette, and 64 right now in pittsburg, and antioch, 60. temperatures are similar to saturday. a look at what you can expect in the warm up in the full forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. two hours ago, thousands of runners took off from at&t park as part of the giant race.
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>> it raises money for an important not for profit. many have already crossed the finish line. we'll go to at and t park live in a few minutes. first, street closures in the area. here's a look at the map. you can see what a gorgeous run they had with the entire view of the water as they went. certainly, very pretty for them. and it's not just a half marathon; right? >> that's right. there is a 10k and 5-k race along the embarcadero. and runners got treat -- treats when they finished the race. there is a bobblehead over here, a popular one, and they also got a medal. switching gears at 9:04,
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cell phone video from the pittsburg man who happened stop a terror attack in france. anthony sadler started to record this after he and his two friends tied up the gunman on the floor. these are actually images of the suspect on the ground and a rifle, a close up of the russian-made rifle. the suspect was identified as a 26-year-old moroccan international. he is accused of attacking several people on a high-speed train on friday going between belgium and france. sadler and two friends, aleck skarlatos and spencer stone, are hailed as heros. president obama has called them and commended them for their bravery, and sadler's father is speaking out. >> thought this trip, going
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abroad and traveling a few weeks would broaden his world view. but never did i suspect he would encounter an experience like this. >> we are certainly proud of them. last night, the three went to the home of the u.s. ambassador in paris and will be honored by the french president. developing news in lake county. the area hit hard by two major wildfires is getting a much- needed break. cal fire announced that a wildfire that broke out last night near kelseyville had burned 400 acres, but cal fire just downgraded that to 200 acres. there were concerns that it could explode because of the amount of dry brush and frees. cal fire sent in 200 firefighters just to be sure 2 hours after the fire started. there are ground crews, air
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tanker, helicopters, and no evacuations ordered or structures damaged but it was near homes and ranches. >> we have seen huge fires lately, yeah. fear for people's property, the animals, very concerned. >> as for the jerusalem fire t has burned more than 25,000 acres and is 98% contained. the rocky fire burned nearly 70,000 acres. containment of the tesla fire came sooner than expected. it's 100% contained. officials had estimated this wouldn't happen until tomorrow. the fire burned through 2700 acres near the lawrence- livermore lab and destroyed one building. agencies across the state are keeping a closer eye on drivers. i want to show you pictures of the san rafael checkpoint.
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authors say 1600 cars drove through the checkpoints. no arrests were made. officers did find four impaired drivers. this is part of a state wide campaign that ends september 7. tomorrow is the anniversary of the napa earthquake. at 9:30. how much the region has recovered and how much work is left to be done. but first. >> the popular events that is splishing, splashing, and spreading its way across the country. >> the clouds are slowly clearing and temperatures are warming. i'll have what you can expect for your neighborhood today and a warm up in the extended forecast coming up. >> u.c. berkeley is holding the caltopia festival, and anyone, even if you're not a students can attend. admission is free.
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what i thought to be the artery and pushed down and the bleeding stopped so i just said thank god and held that position until the paramedics got there. >> amazing. >> next question, please. don't be shy, please. yes, ma'am, and identify yourself, please. >> thank you very much. breaking news. the three california men who helped stop the terror attack are talking. >> let's good afternoon in to
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anthony sadler and aleck skarlatos and spencer stone. they are sitting there and answering questions. let's listen in. >> thank you. >> the gunshot was probably the first noise i heard and followed by breaking glass. so the gunshot was pretty much the first thing that came to our attention. i didn't know at that time but it was the first thing i did. it didn't -- it was behind me. i had no idea but, yeah. it was the first thing that
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happened. >> is this something you expected on twitter and social media. >> no. i thought they would let it go after the first question. [laughter] >> initially after it happened, i kind of knew -- realized the magnitude. i didn't quite understand all that happened, but i knew that it was something serious. we were traveling marshally, and my two friends are off-duty military, and i knew it would be bigger than an initial investigation. no idea it would be like this. >> next question preferably from a french colleague. yes, sir. hold the microphone very close. >> thank god for what you did. my question's very simple.
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could you just tell us what you thought and my second question is what are you going back to america? thank you. >> can you repeat the first question, please? >> sorry. the french minister, i would like you to just describe any information about this guy or what he did. and when are you going back to america? what are you going to do? >> i certainlily don't have a lot of information on him. but i heard he started to struggle at first. i feel like he serves a lot of the credit. if it wasn't for him, maybe it could have been way different.
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i don't know what i'm going back but my friend anthony should be shortly and me and aleck and our families will be heading to george 18. from there, i don't know. >> next question? >> hi. thank you for what you did. for those people who are watching this around the world, because that's what it is, is there a lesson that you want want to convey maybe for yourself and others? if you have a thought for others like lessons they might think about. >> these are my friends. i was the third one to get up.
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and i just wanted the lesson to be learned that basically in times of crisis like that, i would want it to be learned that basically to do something. hiding or sitting back is not going to accomplish anything, and the gunman would have been successful if my friends had not gotten up. i want that lesson to be learned going forward in times of like terror like that, that we do something. don't just stand by and watch. >> we are listening live to a press conference with the three americans who thwarted a terror attack from amsterdam to paris on friday at 5:00. >> that was anthony sadler you are looking at right now on the screen, , born in pittsburg. 5:16:00p.m. in the afternoon there, and these three men have had a busy
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time. they were at the time home of the u.s. ambassador and honored by the french president. >> president obama has called them up and told them how brave they are and they have been hailed as heros across the globe. >> and sadler's father said i just hoped he would get a good experience going to europe. who knew he would become -- all the world's attention would be on them. and just like heros, they keep deferring to each other as being the more heroic of the group. one's arm is in a sling because he was hurt by the box cutter. but we'll continue to follow this story throughout the day with updates on facebook and twitter. back here at home, one of the bay area's utilities has been dealing with service breaks since last monday's quake. there have been at least nine water main breaks in the past
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week, richmond, albany, and moraga affected but most near oakland quake's epicenter. the sight of water running down the street has spurred unusual reaction. >> everyone came out, but immediately, people started grabbing buckets and started watering plants and lawns and trying to capture the water coming down the street. >> the water is now back on nearly at all the homes affected by the water pipe problem since the quake. but there could be others, and they might not all be related to the quake, of course. some of the water mains are between 70 and 100 years old. hundreds joined in a fundraiser for cancer taisht patients with a special connection for many long-time viewers of ktvu. you can see some people running and some people walking. this is the 11th annual friends
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of faith walk in oakland yesterday honoring a ktvu reporter who died of breast cancer in 2003. while faith was battling cancer, she was very open with the story and told viewers what she was going through to help educate people. so a great senate out there, and our own dave clark was out there helping out. >> good weather for the event, 9:18 and the weather a little cloudy. but as usual, it will burn off. >> a pleasant afternoon on the way. we have nice weather coming our way, relatively mild and a seasonal average for some. as we get back to work temperatures will rebound. 62 in santa rosa. 62 in san francisco. oakland, 64. concord, 66, and san jose, 60,
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and temperatures have come up slightly. we have the overcast skies, and we are beginning to see clearing. 70s around the bay and 80s for the inland communities, nice and warm but not too hot. the winds on shore and breezy at times for the afternoon and especially along the coast. the winds are blowing this morning to 20 miles per hour at travis. 90s coming back in the forecast as early as monday. tuesday at this point looks to be the hottest day and coming back down mid-week wednesday. i'll have those numbers in the extended forecast. the afternoon today, mid to upper 70s, and thinking about doing wine tasting? 77 in santaeries, and 78 for napa. closer to the water, a nice day to be along the waterfront in
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sausalito and tiberon. and 71 for the as game. nice and mild in the stands. nice and warm in los gatos, 83 and nice. a nice day there. and 81 in cupertino. and the niners are playing later today, it will be nice for you. 73 in san bruno, and 68 san francisco. 64 for davis city. a look at the forecast, 75 at 5:00 for the niners, partly sunny skies and the extended forecast. temperatures climbing as early as tomorrow. 94 and that's a bit toasty. temperatures hot for the inland communities, and around the bay and along the coast, comfortable weather. and it's really not going to
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last. temperatures will come back down as early as wednesday. >> can't complain. thank you, rosemary. there is a new way to beat the heat makes its way around the countly called slide the city. and it's a 1000-foot long slip and slide. people at a to go down the road. >> it looks like a lot of fun. the latest stop was salt lake city where more than 2000 people splashed down main street yesterday. more than 6000-gallons of water in the system at any one time but this is a water conservation tool. >> the water cycles through the system all day, similar to a swimming pool but not the same. >> glad the water's getting treated. officials say it's a way to
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teach people about the importance of water and can go to help people in countries that don't have clean water. slide, the city, doesn't plan any stops in california. that's not good, boo. >> but as you can imagine, we're in the middle of a severe drought. it's budweiser versus a small california draft beer. >> and a makeover for bart elevators, the changes that will make them look and smell better. stay with us.
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oh, this is from our show director scott dedicating it to his beautiful wife expecting his first baby today. today, the baby is due. >> getting me all teary. >> well, i'm okay. the people in vallejo say they are too well known for the negative challenges and today, they are holding a community barbecue. organizers say that the adults get together to show a sense of unity and will inspire younger generations to work together.
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the group hopes to draw 200 people and is preparing food like tritip and barbecue chicken and hot wings, and it will be valley ball, softball, chess, cards, and dominoes. are you going out there? >> i actually have an event. >> organizers are anding for $10 per person. count claudine in for at least that to cover the cost of food. police in antioch are building with legos to build better relationships. after we got off the air yesterday, children got pizza and toured the police department and all went home with a lego gift set. >> hopefully, some of these young people very a positive experience and want to move forward and become a police officer some day. >> oh, hey. kids between ages 5 and 10 took part it.
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went so well that police say they'll do it again. a battle royale is battling with budweiser. the parent company, anheiser busch, has filed a notice of opposition against a southern california craft brewer that calls itself the queen of beers saying that the consumers might think that the craft beer is associated with budweiser. the owner of the company said they did nothing wrong. anheiser busch never trademarked the queen phrase. >> oh, come on. i think they're -- should probably not say it. >> we're supporting all. all right. 9:28, and he's taking sides. the 49ers are playing at levi stadium for the first time this spring season, and yes, there are still issues with the turf plaguing that team. we'll have the latest coming
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all right. taking a live look inside at&t park. the thousands of runners are finishing up a 10k and half marathon part of the giant race that benefits project open hand. >> and allie rasmus has been
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out there owl morning long. it looks like they're getting a much-needed rest. >> half marathon. >> no joke. >> and we'll check in with rosemariy in a second but allie in just a minute. welcome back to mornings on 2. sunday, august 23. >> we'll check in with rosemary for another look at the weather, cloudy out there at the stadium. >> yes, and the clouds are beginning to clear out of the way with sunshine today away from the coastline and today, a lot like yesterday and hopefully, it was enjoyable yesterday. we have another round coming and then changes on the way as we get back into the business week with a live look here across the oakland estuary and the bay. you can can see the sunshine bouncing off the buildings. we are getting breaks in the clouds, and as we take a view
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from the satellite, i'll show you what i mean. this is the 3-hour time lapse and it's beginning to retreat with mostly sunny skies today. oakland, concoward, napa, fairfield, winds about 17 miles per hour and it was stronger earlier on, and has come down some. we'll pick up in the afternoon and we'll have the on shore breeze and sea breeze. along the coast, expect the wind to come back as we get in through the afternoon. 64 in oakland and 64 in hayward. 70s in walnut creek. 60 in san jose, and along the coastline, half moon bay, mostly cloudy. and portions of the north bay, 62, and for the second part of the afternoon, temperatures rebounding. as we get into the second half,
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60s at the coast and upper 70s to low 70s. the east bay, 70s and 80s, and the 90s staying away at least for one more day and i'll put some numbers on your screen with a look at the extended forecast coming up. >> sounds good, rosemary. breaking flews in san francisco. there is a major bart delay due to smoke in the tunnel at glen park station. police are on the scene. we'll bring you updates as they come into the newsroom. thousands of runners along the san francisco waterfront. the giant race starts and ends at at&t park and is raising money for a good cause. allie rasmus is live in the park, and allie, got your running shoes on? >> reporter: i don't have my running shoes on. i enjoy covering these races more than running them. you know, people are coming
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across and everyone is in a great mood as they cross the finish line. hey, congratulations. >> oh, thank you. >> reporter: what did you like about it? >> i run this every year. >> reporter: are you a giants' fan? >> definitely. born and raised in the the city. >> reporter: how much of a drive being able to end the race here some. >> it's amazing. just having a chance to be on the field is great. >> reporter: congratulations. >> thank you. >> reporter: a lot of half marathoners are making their way with two world series trophies and when they are done with the hard part, finished running, they can come out here and hang out on the ground. a lot of folks are taking pictures and showing off their medals. and i have one of the co- founders of the giant race.
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20,000 people taking part. how did you get the idea to start this? >> they had an event that was a 5k in the stadium and out of the stadium, and the giant community took it on and made it the giant race. and it's 20,000 people large. >> reporter: and project open hand, they are a bay area non- profit and deliver 1 million years year -- a year to people, and this year, $400,000 raised for the charity. >> it's their biggest charity event, and it's the biggest event. and the giants winning the world series is stoking the fire. >> reporter: you started partnering up 6 years ago and they've had three world series. >> yeah. it's the giant race.
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we are helping a great local cause. >> reporter: how many people were running the first year in. >> 3500, and that felt like a lot. >> reporter: and now, 20,000? >> right, then 7,000, 13,000, and they are still coming in behind us. >> reporter: jt service, thank you so much. a co-founder of the giant race with the event at & t park. and the 5k gets started after 10:00, butty with have the half marathoners here, and they get to come out and hang out at at&t park. >> allie, i see lucille behind you. did lucille run any part of the race? >> reporter: lucille is in charge of high 5ing everyone. and it's funny to see people's reaction as they pass the
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mascot. there is something like a mascot that brecks out the kid in you. when i saw lucille, i had to snap a selfie even though i didn't run this. >> well, maybe next year we can get both of you rung together. you committed? you committed? >> reporter: i don't know how reporting while running will work but -- >> we will work it out. okay, allie. thanks a lot. your time is 9:38. tomorrow marks a year since the 6.0 napa earthquake that caused hundreds of millions in damage. alex savage was there after it hit and is showing us how much more work is still left to be done. >> reporter: we're near downtown napa, one of 200 buildings red tagged after the earthquake. this is how it looks a year
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later, and crews are busy fixing the foundation, and this home will be saved. this is the sound of progress. construction crews repairing an historic home that crumbled during the earthquake. the place was built in the 1880s. this is what it looked like last august. from the kitchen to the bedroom, everyone room looks like it's untouched, a disaster, frozen in time. the people who were renting here found another place to live. the owners decided to rebuild. >> went to great lengths, to fix it, to save it. >> reporter: they lifted the home out of the dirt and built a more sturdy foundation. >> this could easily ride a 6.5. i'll put my wallet on the table. a 6.5, no problem. maybe minor damage. >> reporter: this is what parts of downtown napa looked like
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after the 6.0 earthquake. buildings left in ruins. and today, many of the same buildings are being repaired or demolished. but the city manager said thulia construction work isn't keeping away tourists. >> doing great. hotels and restaurants booming. and we are ahead of the year before. >> we have bounced back. alive and thriving. >> reporter: the bounty hunter restaurant was forced to close for a couple of days, saying they are better prepared for the next earthquake. >> that thing is not going anywhere no matter what. >> reporter: all told, the napa quake cost 300 million in damage and it will likely take several more years for the
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region to fully recover. ktvu fox 2news. >> of the 200 buildings red tagged after the quake, 134 remain uninhabitable is. be sure to tune in tomorrow to mornings on 2 as alex brings us more stories about the recovery with a ceremony in napa to mark the anniversary at 3:20 tomorrow afternoon at veteran's memorial park. an update on the still breaking news we told you about at bart earlier. service stopped between 24th and mission and the daly city station in the pittsburg, dublin, sfo, and millbrae direction. there is reports of smoke in the tunnel, and the police and fire department are responding to the station. this is causing major delays. we will continue to update you on the breaking story throughout mornings on 2. this afternoon, there is a
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memorial service for 8-year-old madison middleton, the santa cruz girl who was reported missing last month. her body was found in a recycling bin near the tannery arts center where she lived. the memorial is at the kaiser permanente arena. middleton's 15-year-old neighbor, aj gonzalez s charged with killing her. new arrival at the national zoo in washington. why the panda inteab -- baby is rare.
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[laughter] welcome back. are you kidding me? >> this from our director scott to his wife, a little motivation. [push it playing ] >> she, we're laughing and she's mad. >> she like this is song? okay. that's good news. our show director and his wonderful wife expg their first baby due today employed so all morning long -- so all morning long we have been playing songs and this is a little salt n pepa. >> a little motivation. the weather forecast is coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. and the arrival of twin panda cubs is a cause for celebration. they didn't even know that she was pregnant until last week,
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and they announced the birth to the world, and then another surprise, another cub born a few hours later. the veterinarian said that the cubs are fragile and need time to bond with mom to make sure that they survive. >> doesn't quite look like a panda or much of anything right now. so not much of a fur coat, eyes aren't open. really could not do well for long periods of time off mom. >> no fur at all; right? from the pictures? zoo workers have been in the cages but don't want to stress them out and haven't determined the gender of either cub. the exhibit will be closed for a few weeks, and the new babies are expected to be to display after a few months. >> let mom do what she needs to do with her babies, and scott, if you are listening and i know you are because you're in the
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booth right now, and you can imagine if you got two instead of one? let's talk football. the 49ers hosting the cowboys in a pre-season matchup at 5:00, and the turf continues to be an issue at levi stadium with new turf installed by by a new company. this came from evergreen turf in arizona. the dwrases that was unrolled on tuesday is just a stopgap to help the 49ers get to the game until the next resod after luke bryant's concert. a practice was halted because of problems coming up. they didn't think it was safe. but the grass keeps coming apart and keeps happening. every time they say, okay, we got it, it happens again.
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it's a safety issue. >> yeah. of course. of course. when will it end? >> this time, they have it figured out? >> they have to get it ready. >> let's hope they have it figured out. let's figure out the weather. >> the weather clearing this morning, and sunshine for the afternoon. how about a view across the bay and into san francisco where you can see the low clouds and fog cause visibility tough to see. but we will have mostly sunny skys into the afternoon. if you are thinking about heading to the coast, that's a place where we will continue to have the clouds the entire day, and temperatures similar to yesterday. 60s at the coast and 70s at the bay, and partly sunny to partly cloudy skies and once we get rid of the low cloud cover, there will be winds on shore, generally light through the delta, but as we get into the
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afternoon they'll pick up along the coast, the bay, the delta, anywhere from 15 to 20 to 25 miles per hour. that's a bit breezy. 90s back in the forecast, not today but monday. some of us are expected to hit 90, and tuesday, a warmer day and tuesday will be the hottest day before the temperatures slide again for wednesday. all that for the extended forecast. 57, santa rosa, and livermore, 62. 59 in san francisco, and 81 in san jose. partly cloudy skies for the as game, a beautiful day for the ball game. again, sunshine in the stands, always feeling warmer while you're sitting there. upper 60s in sausalito for today. 71 for richmond, and fairfield, 84. as we head to the east bay,
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upper 70s for castro valley, and danville, 85 and 86 in livermore. 87 in brentwood, warm weather there but not too hot. 83 in morgan hill and los gatos, santa clara, 83 in the afternoon and game time for the 49ers later today in the mid- 70s. so perfect weather for you as well. 78 in palo alto. 68 in san francisco. low to mid-80s and partly cloudy along the coastline, and there is your business week getting into monday with temperatures warming for the inland cities, 90 in the forecast and by tuesday, 94. 95 is a bit hot for me. anything above 95, baking, but 94, not so bearable. 95 is too hot and 94 is okay. >> 94 is great and 95 is the breaking point? [laughter] >> wednesday and thursday, temperatures will be cool once
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again. >> some people say 80s, some say 90s. >> perfect for me, sunny and 75. >> all right. we'll order that up. >> our floor director nelson over there. >> it's like arctic for nelson. he was injured while serving his country, and a special smart home for a california veteran. >> and the irish dance and music concert begins at 1:00 at the spreckels center. admission is free.
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we are going back to breaking news in san francisco. there are major bart delays due to smoke near the glen park station. there is no service on the san francisco line between the 24th and nigz and daly city stations. we have them putting calls into bart. this is still breaking. stay with us on facebook, twitter, and our ktvu app. the three americans credited with stopping a terror attack on a train bound for paris are wrapping up their press conference. we carried part of that a little while ago. anthony sadler said he knew stopping the gunman would be big but never knew how important it would be world wide. >> hiding or sitting back is
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not going to accomplishment. the gunman would have been successful if my friends had not gotten up. >> spencer stone grew up just outside of sacramento. and he appear at the news conference with his arm in a sling after getting cut by the gunman, and we just heard at the press conference from the gunman's attorney who claims his client was homeless and just looking for something to eat on board that train. a southern california marine who almost lost his life in combat has a new place to call home. the gary sinise foundation is building a technologically advanced smart foam for the vet and his family. >> reporter: with the reveal, marine sergeant jason ross and family are proud owners of this beautiful fallbrook home. >> there is no way to describe
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it. it's just like wow. >> reporter: and the wow factors continue. >> i can get into the shower. i can actually open shelves and pull them down. >> reporter: it was designed just for jason, built from the grounden. >> it's been a long road to get here and now the journey's over. >> reporter: a journaly that started in october 2011 when the sergeant almost died. he was an explosive ordinants disposal tech when he stepped on an ied and was given only a 2% chance of survival. after 240 surgeries later, jason beat the odds. >> i chalk it up to the fact that i'm stubborn and i didn't like the odds. >> because of men and women, like you, my friends -- . >> reporter: the home is one of 23 built by the gary sinise foundation. the actor was not on hand but
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sent his personal blessing. >> i wishic be there to thank you personally for your sacrifice. >> reporter: and this home is built to ease burdens for the hero. the most important part of the normalcy? independence. >> my daddy can have more room to play with me and jackie and cook dinner. i am also happy that jackie and i will have our own bedroom and grandma and grandpa will be able to live with us. >> the foundation said 37 smart homes will be completed and underway by the end of the year. coming up next, fox news sunday. shannon breem will be joined by the former u.s. attorney general and republican presidential candidate mike
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i'm shannon brehn in for chris wallace. the controversy over hillary clinton's e-mails grows. can her presidential campaign recover? >> in retrospect, this didn't turn out to be convenient at all. >> we'll talk to one of clinton's biggest critics, former u.s. attorney general michael mukasey about the investigation. plus -- >> did you wipe this? >> what, like with a cloth or something? i recently launched a snapchat account. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> is the former secretary of state

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