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concord high school student faces charges after hacking into grades. the new murder charges announced against joseph deangelo. >> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thanks for joining us. it's friday morning, may 11. i'm dave clark. >> don't you want to say it again? >> it's me 11th, friday. >> it's a pam day. i'm dave clark. steve paulson is right here in his office. >> where? oh, right here. that's not here that's for sure, but thank you. friday and we have a wind advisory that doesn't chicken until 7 pm tonight for the northeast bay hill.
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it's kind of cool out there for some. the fog will be getting wiped out. mr. paulson, we are going to play 18 holes in san mateo. what should the uniform of the day be? a little cool out there in san mateo right now. seeing some upper 40s and low 50s. maybe teeing off 7:35. i would still wear shorts. maybe a light jacket to start, but no big deal. 50s on the temps. livermore, we just dipped to 49. nobody is that warm yet except out towards antioch and also been would. higher clouds will get out of the picture fast. the system is ticking in from nevada because the high pressure is building out there so it's a teacher to effect. that's going to be the source of our breeze. it doesn't have a lot of moisture to work with, at least on the sierra side. that will set the stage for a
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breeze to pick up. some areas have already picked up. mount diablo had gusts of 54. 40s, 50s on the temps. 43 in lake park. 63 brentwood. livermore 49. big difference. i think most of the fog has gotten wiped out. you can see the direction right there in the north wind. it will be a breezy to blustery day. higher elevations. windy by tonight. 70s and 80s on your temps. 6:02. 6:02. better, good, okay, what? >> things are okay. there's one trouble spot. and that's for you if you're driving on 880 heading south from hayward to union city. you'll see a problem because of a crash, southbound 880, closer to industrial. and this crash has two right lanes close. there are injuries and traffic is now quickly backing up. pretty soon, it should be backed up almost from 2:30 eight. so give yourself extra time. if you can't, get on the freeway after industrial. if you get on the freeway after industrial. there won't be any slow traffic on the way to san jose at the moment. looking at the 880 freeway
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northbound, you see traffic is moving well. past the coliseum, heading up toward downtown oakland. when you get to the bay bridge, that is backed up. instead of being 10 minutes now, we are more like 15 or 20. 6:03. let's go back to the desk. >> all right, sal. a high school student in concord is accused of hacking into the computers of the school district and changing grades.. the teenager used a phishing scam that targeted teachers. we montine is in concord -- leigh martinez is where the boy is facing charges. accused of not only changing his grade but the grace of other students. raising some of the grades but also lowering some grades of other students. concord police say that when they got the report of a hacking from the high school, they called in the secret service and a task force. search warrants were obtained for the ip addresses of the phishing site email. it turned out to be a student house. special canine that sniff out hidden electronics found a
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flash drive in a tissue box. police say the high school student had created a fake website and emailed teachers to get their login and password information. >> he was able to access the unified school district ip network and therefore get into the database system. 10-15 students' grades were changed. we're still investigating. he's a smart kid. but that's why everyone was like, why would he do that? he's normally quiet, i guess. but he has a lot of friends. >> now, the school district says the students -- the student has been suspended. he has been released to the custody of his parents while he awaits a court date. >> leigh martinez, thank you. there's a big meeting today of district attorneys from sacramento orange, ventura and santa barbara counties. they're going to decide where the man accused of being the golden state killer should be prosecuted. joseph deangelo is accused of
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several rapes and murders across california. from the late 1970s and 1980s. yesterday, the santa barbara county district attorney charged him with four killings and said he should get the death penalty. >> i have decided to file four counts of first-degree murder with special circumstances against joseph james deangelo. each of the four counts carries multiple allegations. each of the four counts carried the potential for a sentence of life without possibility of parole or the death sentence. >> the prosecutors in four california counties have now filed charges against him for 12 murders. deangelo's next court appearance is monday in sacramento. he is not yet -- has not yet entered a plea. san francisco mayoral candidate says she is proposing a ballot measure that would
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allow law-enforcement officers in san francisco to report and documented immigrants to federal immigration authorities if they are booked in the county jail under certain circumstances. she says san francisco's current ordinance makes san francisco a more violent and unsafe city. the examiner says she plans to collect signatures to put a measure on the november ballot that would allow police to report undocumented immigrants. now, mayoral candidate london breed responded to all the auto's proposed measure, saying, quote, this is not only counter to our values as sense -- san franciscans, it's unfound policy. we will keep fighting for our immigrant communities, san francisco will always be a sanctuary city. san francisco mayor mark farrell will be joining us live from city hall coming up in our 10:00 hour. we will ask him about the plan
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for sanctuary city laws. and the possibility that police chief -- chief bill scott might be leaving for los angeles. westbound highway 24 and east bay is open again. but early this morning, it was closed because of a high-speed chase and creche at the highway 24 and 13 southbound connector. this chase started on highway 4 in pittsburgh. about 3:00 this morning. the chp tried to stop a speeding suv. at one point, the speeds reached 140 miles an hour. then that suv crashed. shortly after going through the caldecott tunnel no one was hurt in the crash. the driver was arrested. also this morning, we are learning about an officer- involved shooting in san francisco. it happened at 1:00 this morning when officers were investigating a car burglary near steiner and geary. one person was attained. that suspect who ran away got
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into a car and ran into a few police cars. one officer fired a gun. no one was hit. officers eventually caught up with the suspect at civic center plaza. that person was arrested. and officer was injured in all of this but was treated and released at the scene. the investigation will continue. we will have more on this story and get you more information as we get it. >> time is 8:08. we are talking about possibly getting from san francisco to los angeles and maybe 30 minutes. the new plan from elon musk hyperloop company to start construction on the route to connect the bay area with southern california. >> reporter: the historic summit is coming. a bunch about a month away from singapore. i'm doug luzader. we will have more on preparation coming up. we do have traffic that is going to be busy in some areas. highway 24 though, looks pretty good on the way to the tunnel. most of the fog is gone. there's a little on the -- also at ocean beach. a little bit up there.
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today will be warmer, even on the coast. we will take a look at those friday times. -- temps. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein welcome back to mornings on 2. president donald trump was in indiana last night in what was supposed to be a campaign style rally became a victory lap of sorts for the president after three americans held in north korea were set free. doug luzader joins us now this morning from washington, dc with more on what is expected from the president's upcoming summit with the north korean leader. doug?
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>> reporter: good morning. there's going to be some talks today between the united states and south korea. everyone hears up for this summit in singapore. walk around singapore this morning and the headlines are hard to ignore. this will be the place where president donald trump and north korea's kim jong-un could make history. the city state sits almost 3000 miles from north korea but almost 10,000 in the united states. >> ♪ and i gladly stand up next to you ♪ >> president donald trump last night in indiana striking a skeptical note. >> i think it's going to be a very big success. my attitude is, if it isn't, it isn't, okay? >> reporter: that after a day that saw the release of three american citizens who had been held in north korea. a goodwill gesture in advance to the summit. some immigrants will question
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if they will walked into the summit with open eyes. but i worry that this president, and his eagerness to strike a deal and get the acclaim and a photo op will strike a quick one and a bad one. not a strong one. not a lasting one. >> reporter: the administration says the president is being realistic but anything could happen. >> the administration walks in, expecting everything from a handshake to a smile to let's do a big, big deal here. >> reporter: both sides have to be prepared for that. both sides have about a month now before this summit is scheduled to take place in singapore. pam? >> so much to cover what do you think will be the starting point in the negotiation? >> reporter: well, there's certainly going to be some talks leading up to this. generally, the way these things work is everything is hammered out ahead of time so the two leaders can spend some time and come out with some kind of an agreement. if they can't reach terms, the scheduled date for this summit, there is not likely to be a
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summit taking place. >> a lot of back-and-forth communication. thank you, doug. 6:14. back here at home, today, governor brown will release his last state budget plan. kicking off the most of negotiations. lawmakers on how to spend i -- a growing budget surplus estimated at more than $6 billion. the governor wants his delta tunnels project fully paid for before he leaves office. next year. >> this thing has been going on for decades and decades. and if it doesn't get done if it doesn't get permitted, forget it. it will not be done. and the delta will continue to deteriorate and you're going to have not one reliability you're going to have one -- shortages. >> also issued an executive order for several projects aimed at improving the condition of forests. his opening what it plan in january would have spent almost
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$132 billion from the general fund. the new proposal expected to be even higher. it's 6:15. let's check in with sal. hopefully it's been a pretty decent commute. other than early on, probably. friday morning. >> yeah, the early problems have gone. we've had a couple of issues. i want to start with hayward because 880 southbound is going to be slow because of and coagulant at industrial that has been blocking lanes, traffic is going to be slow from just south of 2:30 eight -- 238 and you can see traffic is going to be slow their. we do have traffic that is going to be okay northbound. i also want to talk about 880 northbound. that looks okay past the coliseum. we found an accident here. on 80 westbound. this is -- actually, 580 westbound to westbound 80. let me say that again. eastbound 80 on the ramps. the bridge crews are moving this car off the city streets
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right now. and it should be opening up the lanes. it looks like there's another vehicle that's still there. they might ask that person to move. nevertheless, this might be causing some slow traffic at the macarthur maze. we will keep an eye on it for you. it does look like they are moving. they will at those flares burn out now. we are catching this in progress. that certainly is good news as everything is moving off. the chp providing a small traffic break to allow that to happen. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed up now. medium lights are on. and traffic is going to be backed up for a 20 minute delay before he make it onto the bridge. we went back to that again? let's go to something else. no. my computer is malfunctioning. we're just going to leave it on 880 southbound. i got to hit control alt delete. can you take it away? >> been there. we will get right to it here. there's still a little bit of of fog. pretty shallow. high pressure is moving in and
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the wind is picking up. good morning, jane. oakley, it looks like we are off to a fabulous friday. northwest breeze and oakley. there's 63. north, northwest. pittsburgh 58. concord for billion -- pavilion, big differences. upper 40s to low 50s along the 680 quarter. san ramon, dublin, pleasanton. near 70 for some today. upper -- a lot of low to mid 80s. this does not look like a september-october event where you get that really high temp. certainly for the north northeast breeze. wind advisory now. high wind watch. now it's been downgraded. north east bay hills, 7 pm tonight. closing until 5 am. we are not even there yet. diablo, gusts of 54 miles per hour. a few high clouds around and some patchy low clouds. i think we get chewed up by the
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northerly breeze. digging into idaho, eastern oregon, and northern nevada. some of that could make it back to the lee side and over the sierra. that's not going to do it yet. west southwest vacaville north and davis. northeast breeze yet. 42 cool degrees. yet 53 san jose. a lot of upper 40s to low 50s. we're really not getting the benefit yet. that will develop later today. high pressure building northward. striking this system southward. that will be today, tomorrow, and then the fog will be streaming back on sunday for a cool down of 15-20 degrees for many. 70s-80s. warmer pattern. you don't see that all the time. also up to clear lake and ukiah.
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70s on the coast. looks nice. 80s and some of that fog will get wiped out. we still go with some 70s there. not really hot, hot but it will be warm. big cool down sunday. >> just promise you're not going to spoilt mother's day. >> on the coast, there's going to be a lot of fog. >> we are probably going to be in the city outside. so we will have to bundle up a bit. >> i would take a jacket to be safe. >> and the kite, maybe the kite. >> that might end up somewhere on the mendocino coast. >> all right, thank you, steve. 619 is the time right now. key moment in the be -- rebuilding effort of the north bay. cleaning up the debris from last fall's wildfires. the effort by the trump administration to try to keep soaring costs under control. and here's a look at the tonight's primetime lineup. tonight, it is the fox special meghan markle and -- an
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american princes. then the 10 and 11:00 news. in la, mayor antonio villaraigosa put more police on the streets and cut violent crime in half. california's police chiefs trust antonio for governor.
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oh, boy. >> dear mama by tupac. this song was chosen by our instagram followers. as the first song of traffic jams today. there's a special song for your mama, let us know. i played your request. does the hashtag ktvu on twitter, facebook, or instagram. 6:23. at the white house, president trump is due to explain his plan to reduce the price of estrogen drugs. the white house says the speech will focus on the impact of drug prices on consumers. and why it's hard to negotiate lower prices for senior citizens in the medicare program. the president has said he wants to make it easier for less expensive generic drugs to get on the market. and cut incentives for doctors to write those high christ -- high price prescriptions. many of the proposals will take place immediately. others may require congressional action. state lawmakers are considering a bill aimed at protecting california renters
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from eviction. california landlords would be required to accept rent payments from a third party. supporters of the bill say many tenants who are struggling to pay rent have family members paying the rent. some landlords still try to evict him instead of excepting those third-party payments. many democrats support the bill, including phil ting. >> this is a way to ensure that the tenant can get some help and pay the rent on time. >> reporter: most land lord groups in california oppose the bill because they say it may force them to accept partial payments. our time is 624. this is very different. frequent flyers are going left this. your airline seat could soon be cleaner. it all depends on where you'll be sitting. an aircraft seating company is developing a that disinfects itself. automatically. i'm not kidding. it does it with chemicals infused in the seat that kills
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germs on contact within seconds. right now, the state is only designed for good news clients. meantime, the mother companies are already taking steps to prevent germs from hanging around by using coatings that are antibacterial. the first tunnel under los angeles doug by elon musk's boring company is almost complete. the entre nous are made the announcement on social media, posted a video of the project. musk says pending final latorrie approvals. construction on the tunnel began a year ago in the parking lot of spacex headquarters near los angeles international airport. the test tunnel is 2.7 miles. and elon musk might be looking to break ground on a hyperloop route from the bay area to los angeles. yesterday, he replied to a tweet about his announcement of
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the test tunnel. he says he hopes to break ground next year on a san francisco to los angeles hyperloop that will be able to transfer the port people with maximum speeds of 750 miles per hour. >> wow. still ahead, oakland's deadly ghost ship warehouse fire could be the focus of a very important hearing today. how a state court ruling may help the two defendants in the case get out of jail. it's getting a little crowded out there. right now on 92 westbound morning commute shows that traffic is just a little bit crowded heading out toward the peninsula. mostly sunny. teeny bit of fog holding on. it will get wiped out. we will have temperatures that are bumping up. what about the wind? we will look at when the advisory starts coming up.
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>> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> pam, can i take you to san jose airport? >> you know the way? >> yes. here's live pictures of san jose airport. if you will be flying out of san jose, get there earlier than normal today. they are expecting a record amount of passengers this morning. the reasons included the end of the google developers conference . people will be taking off. high schools and college graduations.
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and people traveling because of mother's day this weekend. the tsa checkpoints at the airport terminals opened extra early. the airport says if you're traveling to get there at least two hours before your flight. steve paulson tells you to do that anyway. two or three hours early. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2. it is friday morning, may 11. i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm pam cook. i know steve would -- steve's dad would say that along with my dad. >> that's back in the day when you didn't have to -- >> exactly. >> when you could walk onto your flight. >> and you could sit around for quite some time. >> we do have a nice friday on tap. the breeze really hasn't kicked in yet. mount diablo has had gusts of 50. tonight is when that start. good morning, steve. it's 49 degrees and beautiful with clear skies. let's see if i have this right. penns grove checks in. penns grove beach. thank you
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for that. i appreciate that. i have a penns grove observation. 47 right in there. 43 kelseyville. 48 novato. there's no offshore breeze. vallejo 56. warmer friday. the wind picks up. 70s-80s. there will be most locations will be in the upper 70s, low 80s. this is not a classic september -october set up. the breeze will begin to move in later on. that's driving that system into northern nevada. that will lead to our winds picking up. kind of moisture starved to the west. 40s, 50s. brentwood, 63. livermore is 49. 49 redwood city. 48 napa airport. no offshore breeze there yet. it will develop later. for some, it will be a breezy, blustery day. for others, higher elevation. there's a little bit of patchy fog still there. in the next few hours, it will be wiped out. 70s, 80s for temps today.
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6:32. right? you have something? where? >> we do have slow traffic. although on friday, sometimes we do have rather than usual conditions. we start off with the macarthur maze. the traffic getting here. it's only 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. it's pretty good. even though we've had a couple of things for the most part, it goes right back to normal once things are cleared up. this is a look at the bay bridge. it's backed up for 20 minute delay. before you make it onto the span. southbound 880 is still clearing a crash near industrial. and the traffic is backed up solid from 238. that commute is still good. if you're driving to south bay, we are off to a good start with just a little slowing on northbound 101 and 280. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. happening today, the judge overseeing oakland's ghost ship warehouse fire well here a defense motion. each charged with 36 counts of
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involuntary manslaughter. bail has reduced to $750,000. defense lawyers argue their client cannot pay that amount. the state court ruling in january ordered judges to consider other options for defendants unable to pay bail. and who are not considered a flight risk or a danger to the public. options could include electronic monitoring, the trial for the two men scheduled to begin july 16. 633. a fire safety inspection program is on hold now because of a change in the computer software. this is a program that sends firefighters to multifamily apartment, restaurants, and other commercial buildings. checking for safety and fire hazards. according to the chronicle, the program's computer software was blamed after the ghost ship warehouse fire because that warehouse was not flagged for inspection.
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officials are now replacing the database with a more reliable tracking system. however, oakland's deputy fire chief says these inspections are supplemental. they are only a small part of the department's total inspections. an investigation continues in a south san francisco teacher when he was arrested for allegedly having inappropriate interactions with students. joseph toy was a teacher with westborough middle school. a police investigation started. he has since been played on administrative leave. for 13 years. toity worked at the middle school. statement says the safety of the students is permit and will not be jeopardized. charges could be filed against toity as early as today. if you have any information, you're asked to call police. 6:34. a man was one of two people accused of fatally stabbing a 19-year-old woman pleaded guilty. 19-year-old daniel gross pled guilty yesterday while the other defended melissa leonardo, pleaded not guilty.
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cuesta was stabbed more than two dozen times. she was found crawling on the side of a road back in february. but before she died, she told the authorities who stabbed her. after the court hearing, the attorney for gross said his client wanted to take responsibility. >> it is his hope and it is his wish that his decision to take responsibility today will bring some level of peace and closure to miss cuesta's families and to their loved ones. >> if convicted of first-degree murder, gross could get 25 years to life if convicted, of second-degree murder, he could get 15 years to life. authorities say they have found skeletal remains near the area where a woman is believed to have driven her family off a cliff. the sheriff's office received calls about the discovery of a pair of girls' genes with a shoe in one of the pant legs. the remains were found inside
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that shoe. the discovery was made one mile north of where jennifer hart is believed to have deliver -- deliberately driven her wife and their six children off a cliff back in march. one of the biggest debris removal operations in california history is almost complete. since the north bay wildfires last october, federal and state agencies have removed 2.2 million tons of hazardous debris. officials say 99% of those ruined lots have been cleared in napa, sonoma, lake and mendocino county >> the price tag so far is more than $1.3 billion. the overall operation has become the largest and most expensive lane up in california since the 1906 quake and fires. new this morning, a man was shot in sunnyvale and stumbled into a 711. the katrina store work tells us at ktvu that the victim was
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bleeding. the victim could not talk about what happened because he was wounded in the mouth. he then walked outside of the 711 and collapsed. police and paramedics soon arrived at the scene. he was taken to the hospital. no word at this point on his condition. but we are told that officers are investigating. he may have been shot several blocks away in a residential neighborhood in sunnyvale. no arrests have been made in this case. time is now 6:37. a san francisco official is calling for an end to the city status as a sanctuary city. the mayoral candidate who says the policy is no longer beneficial. for san francisco. a warning from bay area doctors of the use of flavored tobacco. more on the ballot measure in san francisco that will decide the future of flavored tobacco and vape products in the city.
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good morning. we do see traffic that is improving on some commutes. and actually getting slower on others. we will tell you more coming up. it's actually pretty quiet right now. the breeze will pick up for many later. not sooner. 40s, 50s will give way to mostly sunny skies. fog holding on as well. cholula hot sauce is teaming up with jack in the box for the cholula buttery jack. a little hot sauce there... woah. what's happening? jack i'm trying to film this commercial! oh my gosh, sorry. with delicious cholula hot sauce and crispy jalapenos on a signature bun. the new cholula buttery jack. part of the buttery jack family.
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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. welcome back. it's now 6:45 two of the candidates for mayor of san francisco are teaming up ahead of the june 5 election. jane kim and mark leno are now
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running an ad together asking supporters to vote for both of them. as ktvu's christian kaplan reports -- christien kafton reports, they hope it will make them a winning combination. >> at a joint news conference on the steps of san francisco city hall, mark leno and jane kim announced each was backing the other as a viable second choice. that is why i'm running for mayor. and that is why i'm endorsing mark leno as my number two endorsement. >> i am proud and pleased to stand by the side of supervisor kim and to offer her my two endorsements. >> if they when the majority of first place votes, then they win. if there's no clear majority the last finisher is eliminated and voters who supported that
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candidate have the ballot instantly go to their next choice. that process goes on until there is a majority winner. kim and leno aim to lies on that. vote for me and mark leno. >> vote for me and jane kim. >> the city belongs to us. >>, not the billionaires. >> reporter: the two candidates are teaming up to counter some time frontrunner london breed, saying she hasn't sufficiently condemned outside money that has poured into the campaign on her behalf. read said that she's focused on her campaign. >> nothing surprises me during the political season where people make decisions to do what they feel is necessary. >> reporter: her campaign was more blunt, saying, what's the news here? leno and kim's one-two strategy was announced to the world the day they orchestrated that's. to show you how. an effect it can have it was mixed choice voting that pushed jean kwon into a top position. she worked with some of her fellow candidates. she was able
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to up that then favored candidate. she served just one term as oakland's mayor. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. also in san francisco, the city could use some help on election day. looking for volunteer poll workers who can earn $195. officials say they are in dire need of volunteers because the june election conflict with school graduation. so fewer students are offering their services. >> we just need folks who have 583 polling places. each polling place, we're looking for 3-for people to help voters out. >> reporter: anyone interested in volunteering can visit city hall monday through friday from 10 am until 4:00 in the afternoon. islanders are responsible for signing voters and issuing
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ballots and collecting the ballots. in san francisco, some doctors and parents are rallying support for proposition e. it would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products in the city. the big concern, vaping products. supporters of prop the think companies are targeting minors with various flavors like crhme br[lie. the products are typically smoked through what looks like a thumb drive. supporters say this protects children. >> they contain high levels of nicotine. this is particularly a problem for kids because we know that the rain is still developing until you're about 25 years old. >> the kids are giving in to peer pressure. they are smoking a tobacco product. but they don't see it as that because it's candy flavored. and this proposition will eliminate any candy flavored product, tobacco product, in the city of san francisco. >> e-cigarette use by high school kids doubled in recent
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years to 21%. rj reynolds tobacco has been funding a campaign against property, calling it prohibition . some small businesses also say a band could hurt their financial bottom line. voters will decide on june 5. question of the day, is this. should cities ban flavored vaping liquid in tobacco products? yes or no. let us know what you think. vote on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page as well. here's a look at the results so far. 50% say yes. 50% say no. keep chiming in. we like to know what you think. time is now 6:45. later this morning, a doctor will be joining us, talking about how tobacco companies and their marketing strategies work. we will also talk about the health impact on children. that coming up today during the ninth.
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6:46. a couple of hot topics this morning. let's check in with gasia. good morning. >> we are talking about vaping and flavored tobacco. we are talking with the mayor. we will bring it back to oakland because doctors at children's hospital say a four- year-old partnership has left their facility in the shadows. why they say teaming up with ucs f is turned out to be -- ucsf has been a positive. outside of work, you notice. many of us live in leggings. doctors say we should avoid wearing them when we go in for certain procedures. why what's in some leggings could actually cause byrnes on patient >> why some hospitals have actually and leggings and what doctors recommend instead. these stories and much more in just minutes.
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pam and dave, i'll see you in moments. >> very interesting. thank you, gasia. we're following a developing story in redwood city, where a car slipped into a home early this morning. >> look at those pictures. it happened on farm hill boulevard. frank mallicoat is there. if you can hear make it -- me, what happened? >> this happened 5:00 this morning. this happens to be on the other end of the stop sign. a car blue through that stop sign, came to the front yard. you're looking at the aftermath here. this is the living room of the homeowner his name is sam check nola -- sam. it is quiet the mass. right now, it's been yellow tag , so they are going to do a lot of work. let's talk to the homeowner. let's find out what happened. it happened friday.
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>> yeah. tell us what happened this morning. what did you hear? >> i just woke up with the little man here. and there was a big crash. i heard some blast. i knew that most likely this is what had happened. i put on my pants and walked in and saw a car in the living room. >> reporter: and your bedroom is in the back. >> thankfully everyone in the house is safe. >> reporter: i guess the driver was stuck in the car. >> he was shaken up by the collision. not out of the car and had a slight laceration on his hands that we applied a little pressure on. >> reporter: did he tell you how it happened? >> no, he said his brakes gone out and he was trying to make a turn and lost control of the vehicle. so yeah, not exactly sure what happened. tell us, i mean, you just bought this house seven months ago. you got work to do. kind of a difficult thing to
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look at here. >> yeah. it's kind of ironic. it looks like renovations started a little early. yeah, i mean, nothing we can really do. >> reporter: i know the building inspectors -- >> we put up some temporary support structures. and then just in case -- no critters or people can get inside. so we can go in to get things and blind. we cannot occupy the home. we got to move out until the structural integrity of the house. >> reporter: i hope you have a better day. heck of a way to wake up on a friday here. but fortunately, he's okay. the driver was arrested by
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redwood city police department. he is facing possible the y charges. very latest. we're live in redwood city. we will send it back to the desk. >> crazy. thank you, frank, for that. 6:15 is the time. let's check in with sal for a look at traffic. >> traffic, christien kafton wanted to hear mama will knock you out by ll cool j. >> is that really what he would play for his mama. >> he texted me. so there you go. >> he knows his music. >> watching one on to. your one of the teams. thank you. let's go to -- we miss him on the mornings. he's doing a bang up job during the daytime. you know, the traffic is actually moving along okay. today is not a bad day commute wise as we go to the bay bridge. there is a backup of 15-20 minutes. once you get onto the bridge, it looks good. this crash has been the biggest crush we've
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had in the last hour or so. a lot of slow traffic getting to industrial, where the crash is. give yourself extra time is -- if that is your commute. it's going to get sloat driving into union city. south bay commute looks good. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. >> there's really not a heckuva breeze yet. most locations will warm up today. there is mount diablo. gusts north 258 miles per hour. out toward lee vista and part of the delta. there is a north, northwesterly breeze. but for most not yet. it will. eventually make it to santa rosa. that's the warmest spot. 88. as long as that north wind holds, san francisco upton. livermore up to 83. cool week here. now, the wind. the wind advisory doesn't kick in until 7 pm. so we are -- it's going to be higher elevations. fog hanging on. that's driving this system right there. producing northern
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nevada. not really over to the west. it could later, though. even some high-elevation snow fall. 40s, 50s on the temps. a few 60s. more 40s and 50s. high clouds will get out of here. high pressure will give us that along with the lower pressure. the difference between the two. 70s and 80s on the temps. pattern where it's warmer for some. usual suspects. being beckville and clear lake. will not be warm as other. all wind dependent or driven. we will go with it for now. 70s, 80s on your temps. still pretty warm saturday than a big cooldown start sunday. >> all right. thank you, steve. early-morning high-speed chase. and crash right near the caldecott tunnel. we have details on the impact it had early on on the commute as speed hit 140 miles per hour. plus, california national guard troops arrived at the border. the work they will be doing for
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♪[music] ♪ i will always love my mama ♪ >> do you remember this? dave, do you remember this going back? >> my boyhood in philadelphia, that was a hit song.
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>> the intruders, i will always love my mama. that is for bcali and larry brown. this one was popular. thank you for the request. if there is a special song that you want to hear four your mama, your mother, whatever you call her, please send me a request and use #ktvu on twitter, facebook or instagram. >> thank you, sal. on hawaii's big island, volcano national park is closing the visitor center because there may be an explosion. it could send ash, sulfur dioxide and boulders the size of a small car in all directions. scientists are warning an explosion could happen at any moment. they say it is really important for people to stay out of that national park where the -- everything is located. it is still not clear when the park may be able to reopen. this comes as more homes are
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destroyed and threatened by lava. members of the california guard are starting to train with u.s. customers and border patrol agents preparing to work as radio dispatchers, camera operators and other jobs. guard members are expected to start working as part of an agreement between the state of california and the white house. the president wanted national guard troops to go to the mexico border to help federal agents fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking. governor brown agreed to send 400 california guard members to specifically target drugs, guns, and gangs but they will not arrest people who illegally cross the border. >> the time is 6:57. last night in san francisco, a documentary premiered about the life of norman meneta. he rose from being in an entournament camp to serve two presidents. now the san jose airport is named after him. >> here it is in november and
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it is just biting cold. >> the 86-year-old walked the red carpet to see an american story. it outlines his life from when he was a 10-year-old taken to a japanese entorn camp to when he became a sit owe council member and a mayor and later a cabinet secretary. he also served in the cabinets of two presidents. >> i felt very strongly that i was going to be there to represent those who had no representation or who had no voice. >> norman represents what can be the best in all of us in terms of bipartisanship, doing what is right for the country. doing it in a civil way. >> now, you can get more information about the future screenings of this movie on ktvu.com. just look under web links. the time is now 6:59. pam cook and every other big
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fan of star wars has been waiting for this. the hollywood premiere of solo, a star wars movie. the stars of the movie hit the red carpet. even more thrilling was this. the falcon was there. a life-size version of the ship was parked out there. it focuses on han solo's back story. >> i'm a very big star wars fan. and i don't say this lightly. i think it is satisfying because you get to see how a lot of things came to be. >> the way that everything comes about is good. it is satisfying. as a fan, you watch it. when i first read it, i was like yes, that's exactly how that should have happened. >> now, solo, a star wars movie will hit theaters nationwide on may 25th. the new murder charges just
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announced against joseph deangelo. >> reporter: a concord high school student faces felony charges accused of hacking into the computer system and changing grades. more on how he did it coming up. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> welcome to friday. >> yes. >> may 11th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather. i think you will like what steve has to tell you. steve is right here. >> unless you like the wind. then you might not enjoy that. i'm going to go quick because sal has something to talk about. sal, do you? i do believe. >> yes. >> i'll go quick here. it will be windy and warmer today. now, mount diablo has gusts to 65 miles per hour. the wind advisory kicks in at 7:00 p.m. tonight. it may not be as breezy or windy. there's a lot of high clouds coming by right now. it will be mostly sunny. the fog is going down the coast. so it won't last very long. but that system is diving into nevada and it's going to give us a difference in the pressure gradence which

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