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he drowns in a swimming pool, the circumstances are under investigation as the community griefs. >> i have known him and it is knowing that he is there one second and then he is gone. >> the end of the school year is near but for one family come sadness. >> good evening, i am julie haener. >> good evening, i am frank somerville. they are investigating the circumstances. you try to piece together what happened? >> reporter: i did, students have gathered here at the school to remember the 15-year- old, police say that they are investigating on what happened at the school some people but it appears that no crime was
committed. but some are suspecting suicide. >> reporter: they are grieving the loss of been curry, they created a memorial -- benjamin curry, they created a memorial. he was found unconscious when he and the other students went to the pool for our physical education class. >> the physical education teacher drove into the pool. >> reporter: he was taken to the hospital in walnut creek and he died a few hours later. >> it is still under investigation. and we owe it to the family i what happened. >> reporter: he tried to commit suicide last month and one student said that she met him through a peer support group called breaking down the wall.
>> he was shy. >> he was small and he talked about his struggle. >> he was bullied a lot. he thought he didn't have a lot of people that he could rely on or have close friends. >> reporter: some have known him since kindergarten. >> it is a shock, it's a guy you have known all your life and then all of a sudden he's not going to be there. >> reporter: parents say that they received texts from their children about what happened. and they offer sympathy. school officials say that there will be grief counselors to help the students go. >> it is just scary, it is scary that is happening so close.>> reporter: friends released balloons in memory of the teenager. the police officers will be interviewing students and looking at evidence to determine what happened. >> we certainly wish his family the best. we cannot imagine what they're
going through amberley, in -- amber lee in danville tonight. he plans to reinstate the sanctions imposed on iran before this agreement. joining us now from capital hill and this decision unraveled the achievement of the obama ministration? >> reporter: that is right, we are hearing from the uk, germany, france, all those leaders say that they regret president trump's decision to withdraw the united states from the iran nuclear deal. >> today's action sends a critical message, the united states no longer makes empty threats. when i make promises, i keep them. >> reporter: president trump called the iran nuclear deal, defective at its core, they will start to reinstitute sections on a 90 day wind down peer he had.
>> iran is a country that is loyal to its commitments and the u. s. has never stuck to its commitments. >> reporter: on capitol hill, split reactions. >> obviously, it was flawed in the beginning. >> they have these words and they do not have a real plan. >> reporter: the 2015 plan of action was formed under former president obama. in a statement, he called president trump's decision misguided and noting that the move could negatively impact negotiations with north korea. at a time that we are rooting for diplomacy for north korea to succeed, walk away from this risks losing a deal that accomplishes with iran the very outcome that we are pursuing with the north koreans.>> reporter: the president announced his new secretary of state, mike pompeo is meeting with north korea that is ahead
of president trump's summit with kim jong-un as they try to denuclearize the korean peninsula. >> doesn't go into effect immediately? >> reporter: no, there is a 90 day wind down peer he had before the sanctions take affect and then there are other decisions, oil transportation, energy baking, those go back into effect if there six months there could feel the repercussions back here at home. specially at the gas pump. democrats say that that president trump's actions could put on nuclear deal with north korea at risk. >> after this, how will we gain north korea's covenants in any future agreement and what about our partners with china, russia, russia, and the uk.
and having the inclination to stick with any future deals? >> you will find more video on ktvu.com and you will see our interview with a professor at the university. a family statement said that he died today at his home in long beach at the age of 89 years old. he was known to be tough on crime and he is accredited with the go to prison law. he served from governor from 1983 to 1981 -- he served as governor from 1983 to 1981. he was considered the most armenian politician in the united states, governor jerry brown said, he was a popular governor and may friends -- made friends across the political aisle. and and i express our --
anne and i express our condolences. six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus, the judge says that a recall would have implications across the entire judicial system. >> we thank you all for coming. >> reporter: surrounded by his four female supporters, the judge finally fired back at efforts to oust him from the bench. >> we ask them to follow the rule of law and not the rule of public opinion. >> reporter: public opinion swung heavily. a former stanford swimmer, he was sends to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an
unconscious woman. he was released within months for good behavior. he said he was found with sentencing guidelines. >> we have to think about what are the facts in the case and what are the legal principles that apply? and how do i arrive at a just decision? we should think, who will hate me if i decide one way or another? >> reporter: victims rights advocates said it was too lenient, the sanford law professor is leading an effort that collects enough signatures to get this put on the june 15 ballot. the supporters say that the recall effort has negatively influence the judiciary. that's when a judge may consider potential backlash before agreeing to a plea deal. >> it has artie has an impact that distorts individual due process. >> reporter: they will decide june fifth, and they will keep
-- june 5, they will either keep or release them. >> it will be a silence corrupting force. a force that will enter the minds of judges as they make difficult decisions. you have seen them join in solidarity today on the picket line. this was the scene at the campus on day two of the three day strike, similar walkouts are happening at the similar cancer -- campuses across the state. they want job security, retirement, and pay, in a statement, the university of california said that the union is demanding a 20% pay hike over three years and the
university cannot justify such are raise. tonight at 10:30 pm, a sewage situations -- situation that never say is unbearable. find out why so little is done to fix the problem. we are tracking the warm up the temperatures cooled a little bit today but they come up as we head into the next few days. six candidates and 90 minutes for a debate in san jose we will have the tough questions. >> it's controversial to be on the other side of the issue. that story coming up. tarting) ♪ ♪ he's been called a rockstar lwinning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence.
the top six candidates for the governor of california shared a stage in a for a debate that was going on in the south bay. >> they were chosen on an average of three statewide polls. >> the other three candidates who made the cut, we were in san jose for the quick fire exchange that lasted 90 minutes. >> it was very fast pace. the last hour was statewide issues and everything was civil and chung and allen came out
much more aggressively than before and both of them really behind right now in the polls. >> the six people on the stage with us today are the top candidates in the race to be the next governor. >> reporter: on stage, the four democrats and two republicans spoke in 30 minute spurts. homelessness and housing, they had different size. >> we are 12% of the nation's population but 25% of the homeless, the next governor should immediately call for an emergency declaration. >> we got to treepeople for substance abuse. i think we can do that with community groups. >> we must have statewide institutions where people that need help can go and get help they need. and they should not be able to sleep out on our streets. >> reporter: their calling for more housing units for 2025. >> i will put this together so that they can't build housing.
and they could have permanent support of services around that housing. >> i would lead the effort across the state. >> i want to revamp development agencies. we do not need to criminalize the homelessness but we need rapid and supportive housing. >> reporter: with just months to go he focused his fire at the republicans and donald trump. >> the trump ministration has declared war on california and our clean air and water and healthcare in the reproductive rights of the women of the state, planned parenthood. and it is uncovered upon the governor coming up to stand up and stand tall. >> he searched to second in the polls and he says he supports the border wall. >> we have wasted billions on this job it is gone the minute
i am governor. >> reporter: he is competing for the republican votes and he says he supports the immigration crackdown. >> we have the worst in the nation for homelessness and it is about time that california takes care of california first. >> reporter: at one time he clashed with new some. >> we must secure our borders car i am the only person on the stage advocating for secure borders we must and this -- end this a legal sanctuary stay. >> the other democrats said that they support the sanctuary state status. chung criticize new some as he talked about his own record. >> i stood up to president trump when he wanted to repeal obama care. i voted against offshore oil drilling.>> reporter: the
former los angeles mayor once thought of front runner is third getting his message out. >> i want to be a governor that unites this great state this is one of the most is the first -- diverse states in the world. i am proud of that. >> it is a battle and race that will pick the too -- will pick the top two in june. >> reporter: the audience was packed and a lot of people were here to listen to this debate, there was a moment of silence. >> was there any sense of the clear winner today? >> reporter: frank, you kept wondering if there was going to be someone that emerged all the candidates were solid speaking to their talking points at one point there was, basically, with new some with his previous
affair and he answered cannily saying that he owned up to his mistakes and learned from the mistakes and no one faltered tonight and i didn't see one person emerge as a clear winner. >> jana katsuyama, in the south bay. the vice president older brother won the primary, greg pence is our marine veteran and a successful businessman that has never held public office. the current vice president represented the same district for a dozen years before coming -- becoming the governor. his rival attacked him for relying on the pence name and dodging debates. in november he will face another political newcomer.
so we take a look at the temperatures from today they were lube cooler than yesterday, 73 alejo that is down 2 degrees. the highs tomorrow will be a little bit cooler again and then i expect these 83's and 81s will turn into 79's and 80s. it is a small drop. we have clouds and cool air continuing to spell onshore. tomorrow morning there will be clouds and fog and most of our counties. it will burn off and that will set us up for a date that is similar to today, we had scattered showers and they are trying to linger out here near sacramento, and there were thundershowers earlier and there are still some showers near chico -- chico, we have
this brisk onshore flow and more the same tomorrow, here's the deal, tomorrow is cooler than today, the last few days is about cooling down then when we move into thursday or friday, saturday, it will be about warming up in the air quality is not as great. that is the fog forecast for tomorrow morning, that is a slow warm up and the yellows, 70s, the oranges are not in the picture tomorrow. the golden state workers are moving on to the western conference finals for the 4th straight year. fireworks went off at the oracle arena. 113-104, the golden state wars will go on to fight the houston rockets. the winner will go on to the nba finals. we will have the highlights and a live report from oracle arena coming up in sports. there is a problem with the sewer system. at 10:30 pm, 2 investigates gets dirty to find out what happens with pipes crumble and
there new evacuation orders on the big island. two new cracks open up and filled with lava and leaking toxic gas. they are now under evacuation orders. so far 35 homes have been destroyed by the the lava flow. >> it was very terrible the last few days and folks waited for hours to get in. the tempers were flaring. >> it is not only the lava
flows posing a risk but the gas in the air could be dangerous if the wind changes. >> joining us tonight a professor with the university of hawaii, thank you for joining us kalis talk about the sulfur dioxide how dangerous is a situation for the people in the area? >> currently today, the wind is blowing well and if you are up when of the gas sources it is not too bad but in the general area of the gas content is high, people visiting, they are using gas masks, the images you are showing are from the summit that is 25 miles away. and this happens frequently and they post alerts to allow people to be aware of how high the gas content is. >> we heard about two new vents
opened up and forcing new evacuations. doesn't give you any indication on how this could last? >> the eruption has a 24 hour pause and -- some people's -- some people thought that things were slowing down the seismic network that is reporting earthquakes in the area didn't show any changes in the number of offense in the last day or so relative to the days before. this was just a pause, expect more to starr, we were not surprised when the volcano started up again. we really do not have a good idea of how long this will last, what we do know is that when eruption stop we will see a decrease with this and perhaps some changes in what was called the deformation which is, is the inflated state
of the ground. once that begins to change that will give us a sign that perhaps, maybe that perhaps we could see and end to the activity. >> i know that you have not been to the scene at the big island but i understand a member of your team has and what is that team member telling you what it is like there? >> yes, he is a faculty member in our department. he has been studying and working with the hawaii volcano observatory folks. he has seen a lot of very, i guess you can call them alarming things to a scientist, it's interesting to understand how the volcano works but we are in compassion when we see someone's home or automobile or livelihood being destroyed it has been difficult for him he
sees the activity up front and images like the one that you are showing but they know they have a job to do. they are trying to figure out if individual events if the lava is invigorating and wet the downslope hazards may be it is long days and it is hecht of -- hectic. many people are on the ground working long hours and they are doing their best for the people of the state of hawaii. >> it is an anxious time for those people. thank you for your time today, we appreciate it. >> you are welcome, thank you. imagine flying through here, the new air taxi service that they say that they hope to launch in a couple years. the golden state warriors are moving on to meet houston. we will go live to the oracle
arena with more on that. there are complaints of sewage spills and leaky pipes that have gone unnoticed for years. close captioning is brought to you by mancini sleep world. led the fight to turn them around. as mayor of l.a., antonio villaraigosa invested in classrooms and security. graduation rates soared. antonio for governor.
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aging and crumbling city pipes. hundreds and thousands of gallons of raw sewage flowed into this area and residents are fed up and frustrated. we uncovered the persistent problems. >> here is an update on what is being done to hold the city accountable. >> reporter: they were sued by the the environmental protection agency for violating the clean water act and not maintaining their sewage systems. oakland said that they would repair the pipes over 22 years but we found that the spells are getting worse and the city blames the weather, many are fearful of raw sewage flooding in every time it rains. >> look at that. isn't that filthy?
the smell is unbearable. >> reporter: unable to find the words. >> look at all that.>> reporter: he says that this sewage sludge is the double. >> this shouldn't happen. it should not be there. >> reporter: this time 1200 gallons coming through the floor and for years every time there is a heavy rain the street rolls up in the sewer backs up. >> how many times would you say that you call the city complaining about this sewage? >> there may have been some days we called 10 times. >> reporter: many days the church pays for the cleanup many years ago they put in our rivers train to keep the dirty water out. >> how much money are you in damage? >> a quarter of $1 million.
>> reporter: it spews from the crumbling an old pipes. we found that the spells are wide spread 80 every year, and the city reported a 70% -- 700% jump going into the waterways and the they. this tanker truck holds $90,000 -- 90,000 gallons. and what spell blaster was enough to fill up six of these trucks. >> reporter: neighbors found toilet paper floating. and records show blocked drains and sewers cause 30,000 gallons to backup. and here at the market another clogged line forced raw sewage to cover the streets. >> you see a lot of feces on the sidewalk coming from the sewage.
>> reporter: they were sued by the epa to not -- for not maintaining the sewer system. they are planning to spend millions and replace 13 miles of pipe every year. he -- >> all that sewage, that goes through that pipe comes from 16 houses above may. >> reporter: cracks and intrusions are seen in this video. a city contractor tried to clean the line using a talks it foam but the foam went on to her property. and it cost burns to her and chemical burns to her horses. >> reporter: he says that repairs should've been done less than a year after it was discovered and he said it never happened. and the residents are maintained -- are charged sewer fees to have these maintain.
they are charged $50 million a year so i wouldn't think that there is no excuse for the city of oakland not to be able to do what needs to be done to properly and effectively run a sewer division like they are supposed to. >> reporter: we found that the epa find them $225,000 for not fixing the broken pipes within a year and failing to let neighbors know if the affected lines and 34 spills reaching the waterways. that wasn't initially mentioned that this oakland city council meeting. on the day that the city found out about the violations, managers with the sewer division presented the state of those sewers until council members brought up the fines. >> the fact that that wasn't mentioned, it does concern me. >> reporter: last year, we found 16 spells not reported on time like the overflow at the salvation army. this is where your crew major
spills happen. -- this is where four major spills happen. >> people are walking through this it is going down the street and it is disgusting. >> reporter: she said her street is falling apart. the city and them blame each other. 2 investigates went back week after week and one day the spell was bright green and no workers were seen. it brings us back to that council meeting. >> we asked the director to address these concerns on ktvu, you denied this, sir, i ask you now what is it going to take to keep our city clean? many people agree that things need to change. >> we need to learn from those problems and do better over the next are you -- over the next
period that starts now. >> it is storm runoff causing it to deteriorate, but even when we saw the construction crews it is still not repaired, there is an ongoing debate on who is going to fix it. and it is the similar story at the miracles of faith church. >> do something for me, come down here and put new sewers and sidewalks in, the time is now. >> the city's annual report states that it is ahead of schedule but since last summer, there have been close to 70 sewer overflows that the city reported to the stay. >> those pictures are hard to look at. that green stuff coming out, what are they doing to clean this up? >> it is a matter of the city trying to catch up, they have
spills happening every time it rains and more breaks, they cannot keep up. >> find the most significant sewage spills we put together an interactive map. you can see for yourself by going to ktvu.com . if you have a tip for 2 investigates we want to hear from you. give us a call, 510-874-0222 510-874-0222 . find out what it will mean for rate payers and why it faces an uncertain future. we will have the fog tomorrow, the temperatures are on the mild side but it warms
passengers on this delta flight had to use the emergency slide, i was on the ground and takes into the terminal when the smoke started to fill the plane. pictures and social media showed several passengers standing on the airplanes wing. the faa is trying to determine the source of that smoke. there was only one minor injury reported. the google conference with their today. this makes it easier to do things google maps will have a new feature to help you get walking directions, it will show the actual streets in real- time. it has been a dream for commuters and traffic. they plan to launch an air taxi
service, who., the ceo -- the uber uber , they would use rooftops to take off and land a trip would take 15 minutes at rush hour. >> we have so many flying things so it doesn't surprise me to have a flying car, that is gray. >> its air service could launch in la and dubai in 2020 and they are working with nasa to develop an air traffic control system. the governors controversial water fix project, find out why the water district is now supporting out what it means to local water users. our chief meteorologistst, bill martin, will be back with
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he's been called a rockstar lwinning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold. this portion of ktvu fox 2 news , the very expensive plan to build two massive tunnels to bring water from northern california to southern california. >> they approved money to fund that project. we are live in san jose here is
azenith smith. >> they asked that the tunnel project go forward. >> reporter: there could be a $10 increase per household per month. it faces a lot of hurdles ahead. >> reporter: they voted 4-to-3. it would secure a stable water supply for the future. >> inc. recently it has become difficult to continue to import water out of the delta. the more water we take out the tougher it gets. >> the project calls for two giant tunnels to go under the san joaquin delta and it would import the water from the sacramento river and guided southward. governor brown said, this
courageous decision will help to million people have a more -- to million -- too -- 2 million people have a water source. >> in an h we are dealing with climate change, forecasts are predicting that the region will be more strapped for water in the future years. >> reporter: funding the project will be with the district looking to see how the tunnels will be billed. >> she is an attorney, one of the many groups filing a lawsuit against the project, she says that the governor's plan will sacrifice the health of health of the fish and wildlife. >> it's some sort of legacy
project him because it doesn't make sense with a practical perspective.>> reporter: the project is facing 30 losses the hope is to rake ground in 10 to 15 years. but pending the legal issues it could take longer. reporting live in san jose azenith smith, ktvu fox 2 news. we will get you started with your wednesday forecast. today's highs were cooler than yesterday and tomorrow will be cooler than today. same with the sky cover there will be clouds tomorrow morning and it will basically burn off quickly after that, the high pressure builds in and the fog stays at the coast, this is thursday, friday, and saturday, there will be fog at the coast. the temperatures go up as we head into friday.
the temperatures could easily be in the upper 80s, and 90s. that will be the warmest we have seen all season. this is the deal that allowed the temperature to drop. none of this is an aggressive change it is just settle the temperatures will be the same or cooler and gradually warm thursday, friday, and saturday. that is the story, the high pressure sets up an saturday will be the warmest are hottest day if you will. the hayfever sufferers are being bothered by the grasses. as you look at the microclimates, they are in play, we do not use this map in the winter months because you do not get temperature you do some but inland's you will find low 80s tomorrow. you have to look hard, brentwood 78. and the santa clara valley, 70s.
it is a nice looking week ahead like i said, the tree pollens are back down a little bit and the grass is coming on. it was of rain and you look at it today and it is green but it starts to change. >> it changes quickly. >> any day now, this week it is going to be more the same with warming tours the weekend. coming -- it will be warming towards the weekend. coming up we have live coverage of tonight's debate.
mark is here with sports and the golden state warriors got it done today. >> the rockets against the warriors it is finally reality, but you have to give the pelicans a little bit of credit. they push them but as usual the 3rd quarter the golden state wars takeoff -- warriors take off. 3rd quarter, steph curry gives it back.
no selfishness and kevin durant ends up with 24 points. here is a key situation. look at this play catch. it was like a layup to him he had 20 points in the golden state wars exhibit all that teamwork that we have come so used to seeing look at them playing catch. there is the reverse layup and chiming out with 23 points. and draymond green is all over the place. and rock the casbah right there. he is like, what, what is up with that? that was fantastic ball movement. it winds up in the hands of shaun livingston. that is an example of great teamwork and they took their foot off of the accelerator. anthony davis, nine rebounds. they were within 7. he let's
them have it. here is the sequence of the evening, the shot clock winds down, are you kidding me? draymond green with the jumper. he had 19 points, 14 rebounds and 9 assists. 113-104 final. they will make their 4th consecutive trip to the western conference finals. but it was that 3rd quarter, joining us from the oracle, we have seen it a time or two. the third quarter -- 3rd quarter they put it on another level. our yes, we talked about this earlier in the evening, when all of those four stars are on, you talked about draymond green he is not the guy that shows up in the score stats but he may
be as important as all of those four it was appreciated by the guys after the game. >> the guy has huge energy, amazing defense, incredible basketball intellect, he is the future hall of fame basketball player. you have to have someone like draymond green to have a good team. we are lucky to have him. >> his game just six blows. you see him out there. he contests shots, he has to guard a lot of guys and he makes it tough on them and he feeds off of them more than anything. i think draymond green enjoys the small things.>> reporter: pretty strong words. he is a future hall of fame desk ballplayer, he averages a triple-double and the entire playoff series, mark, it is a strange setting with the last
four seasons the western conference finals usually start at home but not this time they will start in houston. >> yes, they will start on the road in houston monday night it is on, big time. the rockets they sent the jazz to summer vacation land. they are on a 21-6 run. here is donovan mitchell the rookie, they come back and take a lead. and then james harden he was taken off of the floor and never to return. it goes off of the glass beating the shot clock buzzer. 112-102, they take on the warriors on their home
floor. the giants and the a's played today but the big baseball news happened elsewhere. james paxton, opening day in minnesota he is the guy that had the bald eagle land on him he fairly, calmly dealt with the situation and tonight, he was back in action in canada to have the first canadian ever to throw a no-hitter in canada. ryan healy, he had a nice scoop that was the closest toronto came and then the final out, josh donelson, of all people, and that was a ground to third. this is the third back no hitter and the mariners polish it off,
5-0. in the meantime, the giants road trip has gone awry, he is supporting a look at that cute little giant fan. he hits it. he hits it deep. and it is all home run. this is the story. this is the top right-hander in baseball, they struck it out. and the only highlight off of the back, the first home run of his career not nearly enough they do fall 4-2, to the phillies, and oddly enough that was the same score that the a's lost to the world champion houston astros at the coliseum a little while ago. it is all about the golden state wars and it is 11 pm and time for more news with frank and julie.
six candidates squared off today. the democrats took aim at president trump while the two republicans took aim at gavin newson. >> if you cannot trust gavin with your best friends wife how could you trust him with your stay? >> i apologize for it and i was wrong. ktvu fox 2 news starts now. >> they remained civil in tome but you heard there was some tension. hello again, everyone i am frank somervell. >> good evening, i am tran 19. they talked about issues -- julie haener. they talked about issues. we are live with jana katsuyama, she took all 90 minutes and boiled it down for us . >> reporter: julie and frank this was a fast paced debate. it c