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thank you for joining us here on "mornings on 2". it is wednesday, may 9. i am pam cook. >> i am dave clark. let's get your weather forecast with steve paulson. >> it is the coolest day the week by far today. we have a big fog bank and local drizzle out there. we have low clouds. everybody except santa rosa is cloudy. tim says good morning, mr. paulson. is my dad here? if my dad is here, he will tell me to take out the trash. heading to the mission district this morning, shorts are no short? no shorts, it will be upper 50s, low 60s. there is too much of a low cloud deck around. san francisco we go 59, 54. averages 64, 51. temperatures around the bay, including san francisco, 53, 53, 54, 54, 54. everyone is consistent.
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for alameda and oakland 57. 50 in santa rosa but 60 in san jose. there are plenty of clouds in place. with this in place it will be cool well out into the delta and the sacramento valley. this system is moving in from the north. there is 50s on the ocean temperatures from washington to santa barbara. that is coldwater. 50s to near 60 for some. and onshore wind or breeze, depending on your approximate any -- your proximity to the coast. 50s, 60s and 70s today. you are looking at something. what do you see? >> i am finalizing my 160 map here. there is a crash with a concrete load that spilled as a result of this car fire coming out of rio vista south to antioch.
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a lot of people do this. traffic is slow. it is slow northbound for less time, but southbound at 160 is the freeway that a lot of people in the delta use and the highway that a lot of people in the delta used to get to this area. it is blocked right now. they are trying to open one lane. your alternate is highway 12, 80 or highway 5 and get back on highway 4. i realize that is a long way. as a result, there will be traffic tied up. we are looking at the richmond bridge. this traffic is good if you're getting out there early to drive from richmond to san rafael. it looks like a nice drive so far. the bay bridge is crowded backed up to the maccarthur maze. the metering lights are on. once you make it on the span it
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looks good. let's talk about 880, northbound and southbound. no fog and not a lot of slow traffic at. on the san mateo bridge it is moderate heading out to the peninsula. president trump says three americans being held captive in north korea are on their way back home. the president tweeted this quote, i am pleased to inform you that secretary of state mike pompeo is in the air and on his way back from north korea with the three wonderful gentlemen that everyone is looking so forward to meeting. they seem to be in good health. also good meeting with kim jong un. date and place of meeting set. secretary of state mike pompeo was in north korea to finalize plans for the summit between president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un. it is expected the meeting between the two leaders will happen in the next month. north korea has already committed to the and d nuclear rising of the threat of a u. s. invasion if the threat of a u. s. invasion stops.
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valley medical center is back to normal after hazardous material scare overnight at that hospital. >> ktvu's alex savidge is there with more about the patient who triggered this response. >> reporter: this patient was apparently having trouble breathing after inhaling some sort of chemical at the facility where they work. they were airlifted here to valley medical center. they arrived before midnight last night. once the patient arrived at the hospital, staff members grew concerned about other people potentially being exposed to this chemical. they decided to isolate that patient and begin decontaminating them. they called for help from the san jose fire department hazardous incident team. firefighters worked to decontaminate 10 members of the
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medical staff, including the flight medics who airlifted that patient. that whole process disrupted emergency room operations for sometime here at the hospital. fire crews eventually figured out what type of chemical they were dealing with. they tell us they were using just soap and water to decontaminate everyone. >> the patient was decontaminated on scene. it sounds like there might have been a respiratory issue that had a secondary contamination. procedures were followed. these things happen sometimes. all the proper mitigations were put in place once we found out there were additional problems. >> -- >> reporter: they also decontaminated the medical helicopter that was used to airlift the patient here to the valley medical center. firefighters did not tell us what type of chemical that patient was exposed to or where they were working when they were exposed to it. we understand the person was having difficulty breathing. no word on that patient's exact condition. we understand according to firefighters, all the patients here at the hospital were not exposed to the chemical.
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everything is back to normal this morning here at valley medical center. new this morning, an arrest was made a few hours ago outside of the tunnel on highway 24 after someone fired a gun during a dispute with the caltrans tow truck driver. the suspect had a flat tire and pulled over to the center median. the caltrans worker came by and told him he needed to move to the right shoulder. authorities say there was some type of argument. the suspect turned and pulled out a gun and fired a shot in the air. his friend came and they both fled the scene. the chp shutdown all lanes of highway 24 to investigate what happened. they found out where the suspect lived and took him
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under arrest. all lanes of highway 24 reopened by 3:45 am this morning, about 90 minutes after all of that started. today you see food service workers, custodians -- uc food service workers, custodians and more support will be rallying for today's strike. this was the scene at ucsf parnassus campus yesterday. walkouts are taking place at all uc campuses around the state. today san francisco general hospital workers plan to rally at noon in solidarity. the main sticking point is job security, retirement and wages. >> the middle class is being eliminated across the board. now you have a lot of people of color, women making on average 20% less than a white male who does a comparable job at the university. outsourcing is the reason.
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>> in a statement, the university said the union is demanding a 20% raise over 30 -- over three years and the university cannot justify such a raise. san francisco police chief bill scott is reportedly one of three finalists to become the new police chief of los angeles. the l.a. times reports that he was interviewed last week for the job. he is up for it, along with two commanders already hire by the lapd. the san francisco police department would not make a comment on this. the current police chief of l.a. is retiring next month. chiefs got used to be a deputy police chief in los angeles before he moved to san francisco last year to become the police chief in san francisco. a new report is listing evidence to support the claims of climate change here in
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california. according to the california environmental protection agency, longer droughts, warmer temperatures and the shrinking snowpack are all a result of the domino effect of climate change in our state. another consequence listed in the report called indicators of climate change in california are bigger and more intense forest fires which scientists say will destroy more wildlife habitat, cause humans to breed more contaminated air and put more homes in danger. a 2016 bill has california on course to significantly reduce emissions by 2030. later this morning, gina haspel, who is been nominated to head the cia is expected to address her involvement in controversial interrogation methods used on suspected terrorists. in 2002, she was in charge of a secret cia prison in thailand where terrorist suspects were subjected to with the cia called enhanced interrogation tactics, including waterboarding. a senator from oregon has been pushing the cia to declassify documents about what gina haspel did. >> if this is allowed to go
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forward, it is what i have called a secret confirmation process. it sure as heck will not be the last one. >> the cia released excerpts of gina haspel's planned markets today. she says she will not restart any sort of torture program and wants to strengthen relations with american allies. allies in europe say they are committed to the iran nuclear deal despite the departure the u. s. in a nationally televised address yesterday, president trump announced he was withdrawing from the deal. he called it defective and said it failed to stop i ron's nuclear ambitions. president trump says he is willing to negotiate annealed deal with aurora, but for now he will reimpose sanctions that were waived under the agreement. >> we cannot prevent an iranian
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nuclear bomb under the decaying and rotten structure of the current agreement. the iran deal is defective at its core. >> iran's leader reacted saying his country might quote, start enriching uranium more than before. the 2015 deal was made under president obama with the ride, china, great britain, russia and germany. these nations say they will uphold the terms of the agreement and try to prevent it from falling apart. former president obama called president trump's decision to withdraw misguided and a serious mistake. taxable income from recreational marijuana sales here in the area. how much as it brought in and how much does it compare to the expectations? new eruptions and more
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evacuations on the big island of hawaii. two new volcanic vents have opened up spewing lava and toxic gas into the neighborhood. you can see the traffic this morning is a little slow. it looks like there is a stalled vehicle on highway 4 and one of those right lanes. traffic is backing up. we have other trouble form this region coming from the delta. we will tell you more about that coming up. even with the sun in some inland areas, it will be cooler. we have an onshore breeze. i will have your temperatures coming up.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". the church of jesus christ of latter-day states -- st. plans to end their relationship with the scouts next year. the mormon church has grown into an international organization. most of its members now live outside the u. s. it wants to start our own -- its own youth program. at the start of 2020, the church will replace all existing programs for girls and boys. until then, the mormon church says it will remain a fully engaged partner with scouts. there are more than 300,000 lds scouts. >> -- new evacuations on the big
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island of hawaii because of volcanic eruptions. two new vents in the ground opened up filled with lava and leaking toxic gas. yesterday evacuations were ordered in addition to 17 other residents who were already told to get out of there and moved to safer ground. we talked to ken rubin, an expert on volcanoes at the university of hawaii. he said right now there is no indication the lava flows are slowing down. >> we were not surprised when the volcano started up again with two new fissures today. you really don't have a good idea of how long this will last. what we do know is this. when eruptions are likely to stop, we are likely to see a decrease in activity. >> 35 homes have been destroyed by that lava. let's go to sal castendo
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for a look at the commute. what should we know if we are heading out the door? >> we should know that traffic is busy in some areas, especially if you're coming into the bay area from the delta, which a lot of people do. there is a problem near three mile sloop bridge. southbound 160 from rio vista there is a truck that dumped concrete all over the place. there is a traffic alert for extremely heavy traffic. your alternate is highway 12 over to fairfield or highway 4 getting to highway 4. you can reconnect highway 4 through stockton. that is a big commute but i would not recommend 160. they are trying to open a lien for drivers but it will be slow. highway 4 also had some problems in one of the right lanes. let's talk about the richmond bridge right now. traffic is a little bit slow coming off of the richmond bridge. there been no major problems on the span itself. the bay bridge is backed up all the way up to the maccarthur
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maze. the metering lights are on. there have been no problems what you make it onto the bridge. 880 northbound is wide open into downtown oakland. the san mateo bridge also looks good. dunbarton bridge traffic is nice and easy. and the south bay commute, there hasn't been a lot going on. we have a little bit of slowing on northbound 101 as you approach the capital expressway because of a minor crash. let's go to steve paulson. >> a lot of low clouds in place with a lot of breaks. temperatures are cool for some and mild for others. 58 in the south bay with the northerly wind direction from mountain view to san jose. saratoga is north-northeast. that will do it along with the overcast conditions. 59 in santa clara, 58 in san jose. campbell is cooler but even morgan hill is 58.
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that northerly breeze is holding some of the temperatures up. san jose is 72, 60. the average is 73, 52. 91 in 1936 was a record high, 75 yesterday in san jose, 72 today. livermore 79, 74. santa rosa from 80 to 74. santa rosa stayed clear for a while now they sea fog. there are a few breaks down toward san jose with the northerly breeze. there is a tendency -- 10 degrees spread. it is a westerly breeze behind all this. even inland areas will cool down. this will be the coolest day the week. 50s to near 60 for a lot of these temperatures. 59, 58 in brentwood. onshore wind at sfo. the delta is west-southwest. some of it will be tough to burn off. this system moving from the north is sending the
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temperatures down even up to clear lake and up to vacaville, 70s there. 60s and 70s coast and bay, a few 50s for some. brentwood and antioch are in the 70s. that means we have a cooling off after the 80s. santa cruz will be 68. 50s on the coast with some local drizzle around pacifica this morning. low 70s on the peninsula. tomorrow is warmer but it gets windy friday night and saturday possibly. we are colder sunday. we were watching the warriors last night move on to the western conference finals. we will show you the key moments from last night's big win at oracle and who the warriors will play next in the next round. google is rolling out some new features. what it has in store for people who want to book appointments over the phone and make email
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easier. here is a look at tonight primetime lineup. they had show empire is at 8:00, followed by star at 9:00 and stay with us for our 10:00 and 11:00 news.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". today the california energy commission is scheduled to vote on new energy standards. if it passes, california will become the first state to make solar panels mandatory a new home construction. the cities of san francisco and sebastopol already require new buildings with less than 10 stories to be fitted with solar panels. the state measure would go into effect in 2020. how about good news for seaworld? the company says attendance is up and so were sales of annual passes and in park revenue was up for the first quarter of the year. the company's stock rose 10% after the announcement. seaworld credits a recent food festival inside the park for those better numbers. seaworld is planning to open a new ride or attraction every
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year edits three u. s. parks as a way to increase their attendance. how would you like to avoid traffic jams by using a flying car to get to work? >> i would. >> that dream might be closer to becoming reality. san francisco-based uber says they are planning to launch an air taxi service. the uber's app would be used to request service, be picked up by your regular uber car and taken to a sky port. the helicopters -- the flying taxis would use rooftops to take off and land. google has been announcing small additions to some of its core products. now it is adding a text prediction feature called smart compose. google says it should make writing repetitive emails easier. smart compose will suggest what you might be about to take next, sort of like your smart
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phone. the differences, google will tailor recommendations specifically to you. if you start typing my address is, gmail will fill in the rest. google says this will come to all users sometime this month. >> google also wants to book your next appointment. the company is working on new technology that uses artificial intelligence to call businesses to make appointments and reservations. the realistic automated voice uses phrases and sounds more human during interactions. here is an increase example. >> how can i help you? >> hello. i am calling for one of my clients. i am looking for something i made there. >> what time are you looking for? >> at 12 pm. >> we do not have a 12 pm. the closest we have to that is a 1:15 pm.
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>> you have anything between 10 am and 12 pm? >> depending on what service she would like. what services she looking for? >> just a woman's haircut for now. >> that is creepy. >> the company says you would fill out a form with ideal times for appointments, along with a window. google plans to rollout the new technology in the next few weeks. almost two years after that shooting rampage at the pulse nightclub in orlando, florida, the community comes together to show their resilience and reasons for hope. there is a growing memorial outside of danville high school this morning the day after a 14- year-old student was found drowned in the schools swimming pool. what police and classmates are telling us about what may have happened here. we are looking at traffic that looks all right heading off to the high-rise and the peninsula. low clouds and cooler, even way out yonder. we will show you how much. this will be the coolest day of the week.
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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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. thank you for joining us on "mornings on 2". it is wednesday, may 9. i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. thank you for joining us. let's check in with steve paulson . it is quite foggy. >> there is a lot of fog.
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there is a west wind behind it. it will be the coolest day. we start to warm up, not so much tomorrow, more so friday into saturday. the fog is hugging the city. there are some breaks in the low clouds, but it is front and center this morning. it will make for a cooler day. morning low clouds, 60s and 70s, mostly sunny tomorrow and the warmer and possibly getting windy late friday into early saturday. there is already a high wind watch for the north and east bay hills. we will fine-tune it as we get closer to a. that will be friday night and saturday. today we have some clouds with breaks, breezy, cool and temperatures in the 50s, 60s and 70s. even well inland we will see a cool pattern today. 50 in santa rosa, 59 in san jose. san jose finally got below 60. the airport is 56. plenty of clouds in place helped along by a system coming from the north. the onshore wind is there for
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most. there is that northerly breeze from san jose. that is holding the temperatures up. on the peninsula we have a few upper 40s. woodside is 48. that is one of the coolest places. foster city is 56. there is your onshore wind. napa is 60. fairfield has clouds retreating back from the coast but 50s, 60s and 70s today. we still have slow traffic for people who are trying to get from the delta to the bay area from the rio vista area. southbound 680 at three mile bridge, there is a problem with the concrete spill. there was a crash earlier this morning. this is not the antioch bridge, this is the three mile slough bridge. alternates are highway 12, over to highway 80 or highway 5. that has not slapped a lot of people. people coming from antioch to bay pointe are seeing traffic
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slightly lighter than usual. there was an accident but it has been moved off to the shoulder. it is not blocking lanes anymore. the traffic is going to be okay. it looks like they have help on the same. this is a look at the maccarthur maze westbound 80 , it is a 27 minute drive between here and maccarthur maze, the carquinez bridge and the maccarthur maze. traffic is backed up all the way out. 880 is doing okay and no problems on the san mateo or dumbarton bridges. grief counselors will be there when classes resume this morning at san ramon valley high school in danville after a 15-year-old boy was found under -- unresponsive in the school's swimming pool. he was later pronounced dead at the hospital. ktvu's allie rasmus is live with more.
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>> reporter: school does not start for another 90 minutes or so. since yesterday when this happened, friends and classmates of 15-year-old ben curry have been leaving handwritten notes, posters, flowers and balloons to remember their friend and classmate. he was a freshman at san ramon valley high school. yesterday around 1 pm as the class was about to start pe at the pool, the teenager's body was found at the bottom of the pool, about 13 deep -- 13 feet deep. a pe teacher tried to revive him after diving in. he was later pronounced dead. police are investigating the young man's death, but at this point they do not believe any sort of crime was committed. >> he was really sweet and shy. he was bullied a lot and didn't think he had a lot of people he could rely on or a lot of). >> i was in shock. it is a guy you know all your
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life and he is not there the next day. it is hard to process. >> reporter: the danville police chief told ktvu that officers will be interviewing students as part of their investigation looking for other evidence to determine what happened. they do not believe a crime was committed. in the meantime, the san ramon unified school district will have grief counselors on hand to help any students who may need assistance and talk to someone about what happened here yesterday. last night in san jose, the top six candidates for governor of california came together for an important tv debate on education, climate change, immigration and more. for almost 90 minutes, the democrats went after president trump, while the two republicans went after gavin newsom, the current front runner.
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ktvu's jana katsuyama shows us the highlights and the low blows. >> reporter: on stage at the california theater in san jose, the four democrats and two republicans vying to be governor fired off talking points with women to go. lieutenant governor gavin newsom has emerged as a front runner, focusing his fire at the republicans and president trump. >> the trump administration is declared war on california. i think it is incumbent upon the next governor to stand up and standing tall. >> the first thing i will do is reverse sanctuary state law. >> reporter: john cox search to second in the polls and says he supports repealing the gas tax and the high-speed rail. >> reporter: travis allen is an unabashed trump supporter. he says he supports the trump immigration crackdown. >> our state has the worst
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homelessness and poverty. it is time california takes care of california first. >> reporter: at one time he clashed with gavin newsom. >> when kate steinle is one too many. i am the only person standing on the stage at has always advocated for stair -- securing our borders. >> i don't like to politicize the death of kate steinle. >> reporter: the other democrats say they support california's sanctuary state status. >> i stood up to president trump when he wanted to repeal obama care. i will challenge him on climate change. he voted against offshore oil drilling. >> reporter: a strong stance against sexual misconduct. >> it is against the law for any man to make passes at women who work for them. when it happens, it should be given a shout out. >> reporter: some said they worked -- learned from past affairs. >> if you can't trust gavin with your best friend's wife, how you king -- how can you trust him with the state? >> i was wrong. i learned from it. i am a better person.
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>> i stand with the #metoo movement. i acknowledge i made a mistake. i lost my marriage. i lost my family for a time. i took responsibility. >> reporter: the former los angeles mayor, once thought a potential front runner, is now third trying to get his message out. >> i am trying to unite this great state. it is the most diverse state in the world. it is the state whose engine is its diversity. i am absolutely proud of that. >> reporter: after the debate, all of the candidates except gavin newsom came to the media room to answer questions. many said they were wished they have more than 30 seconds to get their point across. all of them said they thought they won point in this debate.
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the san francisco board of supervisors is considering whether to create an office to deal with rape and sexual assault. an ordinance proposed by a supervisor would create a three- person office of sexual harassment and assault response prevention. the office would work directly with victims and help them through the reporting process. she says she heard from many assault victims that say they have felt ignored when coming forward to report crimes. >> it is clear to me that these are not just a few, isolated incidents. there is a pattern of negligence. >> if city leaders decide to pass that ordinance. the office would be the first of its kind in the u. s. the full board is expected to vote on it next month. if approved, the new office could open as soon as the summer. the plan to attack --
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attract more small businesses to san francisco neighborhoods. two supervisors introduced a bill that creates a two month pilot program. it speeds up the permit process in their districts. the measure would save 3 to 6 months. businesses that would need a longer approval time, those include venues that require an entertainment permit or a liquor license would still need that time. california is not seen the anticipated windfall from the sale of recreational marijuana. the state projector $175 million from taxes from january to the end of june. it is estimated that the state only received $34 million in marijuana taxes between january and march. if the trend continues, california will get less than half of what is projected. analysts say the numbers appear to reflect the numbers that pop clubs face in getting county, state and city licenses. they will update the tax
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figures later this week. how climate change is affecting us right here in california. the domino effect it is having on our water, wildlife and force. get ready to see more the new bart cars across the bay area. we will let you know about the latest additions to the bart fleet. traffic will be slow in many areas. it is beginning to fill in on highway 4. we will tell you why some people may not be making it to highway 4 in a timely manner coming up. only one candidate for governor when students were stuck in failing schools, 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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led california's fight ofor clean, renewable energy.or he cleaned up pollution at the port of l.a. and created more good-paying jobs. antonio villaraigosa for governor.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". we are taking a look at the numbers. the dow jones is about nifty points up, 24,004 12. the s&p 500 and the nasdaq are both up. analysts say a little bit of an oil rally after the iran deal follow-up is affecting boeing stock. we will talk about that coming up in the next half hour. for the fourth straight year, the words are moving onto the western conference finals. fireworks lead out to check lit up the sky outside of oracle after they beat the pelicans when 13-104. there were plenty of fireworks on the basketball court, too. >> steph curry on point. >> steph curry had a lot of
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three pointers last night. had 20 points. kevin durant had 24. draymond green became the first warriors player to average a triple-double in the playoff series. after the game, he talked about the next opponent, the houston rockets. >> they have made it known that there team is built to beat us. it is there, like you say, there up session or whatever you want to call it. it is what it is. like i said before, all that stuff is cool. you can build your team. obviously, you want to build your team to beat the defending champs. that is how you go to get a championship and the way you have to go. it is all understandable. that stuff is just there for a year now. it is time to play. >> he is ready. the warriors are off for the rest of the week. game one of the restaurant conference finals is monday in
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houston. what is your prediction for the western conference finals? do you think the warriors will sweep houston or win in five, six or seven games? do you think houston will win? let us know what you think by voting on their ktvu twitter page and comment on our ktvu facebook page. here is a look at the results so far. 10% say the warriors will sweep. 24% voted for the warriors in five games. 53% say the warriors will win in six or seven games. 13% say the houston rockets will win. we are waiting for a broken water main to be repaired near the entrance of the oakland coliseum. skyfox flew over last night as crews worked on that 12 inch water main. traffic was stopped going to the warriors and a's games . the roadway was partially blocked. repair crews shut off the water but repairs are not expected to be complete until sometime this morning. it is still affecting things today.
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let's check in with garcia to see what is coming up. >> i will be in the studio with you in the coming minutes. we will explain how a new state- of-the-art fire safety operation has been unveiled. we go inside and explore what the utility says it wants to be ready for any extra staffing that comes with it. >> i know you have heard dress for the job you want, not the job you have. a new study details how important what you wear can be when it comes to advancing your career. it also reveals if men or women take more time deciding what to wear and what age range has workers spending the most precious minutes in the closet before they get dressed and go to work. these stories and more when i joined the two of you in just minutes. by next week, more of bart
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railcars will be in service. >> the state public utilities commission approved putting the new trains in service four days after passed the system i test. the new fleet includes another 10 cards. bart put its first 10 cars into service in january. that was behind schedule, after there were problems with the doors. they have been running the fremont lines at the beginning of the year. starting in late june, the twin peaks tunnel will be closed for two months of renovations. that will affect metro service. the tunnel is more than 100 years old. the renovations include replacing the track, fixing the drainage system and doing some seismic retrofitting. they will be running buses instead of the metro trains through the tunnel. let's check in with sal castendo for a look at the commute. >> a look at the commute --
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easy for you to say. let's go to the eastshore freeway and look at that. westbound 80 from the carquinez bridge to the maccarthur maze is a 32 minute drive. that is about normal. when you get to the bay bridge, another 20 minutes or so. that is also normal . northbound 80 is beginning to fill in a little bit just after davis street on the drive. there is a problem southbound 880 i just found out about. southbound 880 at the 23rd offramp, we are trying to get a picture of it. there is a crash south bound. it is an overturned vehicle. traffic will be slow. if the fellows in the control room can bring up the roof cam, i can show you what it is doing to the traffic. it is very, very slow southbound 880 trying to get out of this area heading south. i would recommend using eastbound 580 instead.
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eastbound 580 is a much better route than southbound 880. we will get that picture for you may be in the next traffic update. it is not very good leaving that area. there it is. this is what you will be facing. use eastbound 580. let's bring in steve paulson. >> a lot of low clouds in place with a few breaks but most locations stay cloudy to mostly cloudy. we have a few sun breaks through there, but the fog bank ramped up big time. water temperatures are very cold. before we get to that, friday night into saturday morning, mainly north and east bay hills, we have a high wind watch. not a warning, but a watch. we think it might happen, that is why a watch has been issued. it is still two days away. it will be friday night mainly above 1000 feet. a lo will dig into the great basin of nevada.
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we will see how far it will go. today will be cooler. 74 in santa rosa. livermore 74 down from 79th and san jose from 75 to 70 degrees. santa rosa and san jose have finally dipped below 60. they have been 60 all morning long. oakland mostly cloudy in the morning, 56, 62 at noon and a high of 67 degrees. you can see the low clouds. they are up-and-down the coast and making a push inland. even if you don't have low clouds, you probably noticed the cola pattern with a westerly breeze in place. 50s for many on the temps, buchanan is 60. by the concord pavilion is 66. pittsburg, antioch and brentwood are cooler. bodega bay, the temperature is missing, i hope they get it fixed soon. it is probably around 51 or 52.
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53, 55, 54 from the washington post all the way down to santa barbara. there are 50 degree temps indicated in the blue. 52 to 56 off of santa barbara. when you get a system coming in that has no problem for me, that is the fog west at napa airport. west southwest at travis. those are onshore breeze in ukiah. even if you have the sun, you can see the direction everything is coming in. that indicates a cooler pattern. 50s and 60s for the coast, 60s and 70s around the bay. temperatures lighting below average for some, near average for others. this will be the coolest day the week by far as temperature slowly recovered tomorrow and more so friday and saturday. friday night, saturday morning could be rather windy. a possible new job for the san francisco police chief. the police force that has san francisco's top cop as a finalist for their police department. how you can attend the service to honor stephen hawking. the giveaway his family is hosting to remember the late scientist.
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 6:55. in memorial to the 49 victims at the pulse nightclub shooting in florida is now open. there was a dedication ceremony yesterday in orlando. the club has remained shut down after the attack. now there are benches, landscaping and artwork in memory of the people who died. the community hopes the changes
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in the space will help people deal with the devastation they felt and create a sense of hope. >> we wanted everyone to know how resilient and how strong our community was. >> this is definitely a lot more peaceful and very happy. and i don't feel very sad, as i usually do when i come here. i feel, you know, at peace. >> the one pulse foundation says it plans to add pictures of all 49 of the shooting victims inform that memorial wall. it is waiting to receive official photos than those pulled from social media. the time is 6:56. the family of the late scientist steven hawking is holding a lottery. 1,000 people will get a special ticket to attend a special memorial in london. the ashes will be intured on june 15th and placed between
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the graves of issac newton and charles darwin. the applications can be made until may 15th. we have a link to that lottery on our ktvu website. look under web links. a craze is sending some teens to the hospital. a 15-year-old girl in england got second degree burns after doing the deodorant challenge. she may even need a skin graph. california is leading the country when it comes to poverty and homelessness. they're funding several programs to try to deal with the problems. but republican critics say most of the programs designed to help the poor and homeless just don't work. >> last year we spent $18
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billion on so-called poverty programs. that makes those in poverty more comfortable but not doing anything them to enter the middle class which we want. >> the census bureau report found that about 20% of california's population now lives in poverty. the national average is just below 15%. well, the city of cord madera could make an exception to the ban on drive-through restaurants. people packed a planning commission meeting saying why amy's kitchen should be allowed to open a new restaurant in the area. amy's kitchen is well known for organic and vegetarian frozen and packaged foods. it has several nongmo, gluten free and dairy free options. the company opened its first restaurant in own art park own art park three year ago. the owners say it is
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essentially to their concept. >> four kids in the car and the dog and they don't want to get out. one kid is asleep. they can quickly go through on their way home from work. it is beneficial. >> some people worried about traffic jams and parking at the site of the old denny's off of highway 101. but many say that amy's is a worth while restaurant that brings something different to the community. they are hoping to open the doors by the summer of next year. the third day of a massive strike by uc workers across our state. we will tell you more about the medical professionals who plan to join them today in san francisco. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> busy, busy, busy. welcome to wednesday. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's check our weather. steve paulson is all over it. he is right here. >> there are breaks in there but fog and low clouds and it is cool. point reyes north on the coast,
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it is sunny. point raise south, there is a lot of low clouds and drizzle around pacifica and daly city. breaks towards the south bay. the cooler air aloft is chewing up everything. coolest day. mostly sunny. and then warmer tomorrow. it could be the wind picking up possibly late friday and into saturday. mainly north and east bay hills. there is a high wind watch but we're two days away. so we will deal with that as we get closer. temperatures on the cool side for many. even inland. temperatures will drop. this is showing more fog. there are breaks on the sonoma coast. 50s on the temps to upper 50s. everybody is rather close. san jose is now at 60. woodside, 49. over to half moon bay,


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