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i'm in petaluma, where investigators are trying to determine what caused a small plane -- plane to catch, killing all the people on board. >> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this memorial day. we are taking you live now to arlington national cemetery. the tomb of the unknown, where you can see people are gathered already this morning. the president will be laying the wreath there at the tomb of the unknown. that will happen at in a clock our time. and coming up, we will also -- we will take you there when that happened. and then we will also take you around the bay area. there's a number of events commemorating memorial day. >> yes, there is much. we say good morning to you. thank you for joining us. monday may 28. i'm dave clark. >> trent eight -- i'm pam cook.
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if you're heading to the presidio, it's foggy. >> it will probably get wiped out. are good friend is checking it. >> is that -- >> bryan remember him? >> did he really? >> yes. i think fox13 in seattle. >> yes, he is. 213. >> what's the forecaster? i told him sunny and warm. it has been very cool for as. 60s and 70s for us in seattle. 52. it's been nice as well. there you go. we do have a warm-up forecast for everybody. there's a little bit of patchy fog. i don't think it has too much of a chance. nice to mild to warm to hot. maybe the warmest of that month for some inland locations. running very cold. fog doesn't have much of a chance. slight onshore breeze for sfo.
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51 half moon bay 261 in brentwood. 60 in san jose. there are some upper 50s here. low 60s. brentwood, antioch, and pittsburgh, won't take long to warm up. they will be in the 90s today. livermore. other areas will be in the 70s and 80s and the fog will come roaring back tonight into tomorrow to start a cooling trend. today, though, for many, it will be well above average on the temps. 60s, 70s, upper 80s to some low and mid 90s. let's go back to the desk. >> all right, steve, thank you. two people have died. a private plane crashed in petaluma, not far from the petaluma airport near east washington avenue and old adobe road. >> witnesses say they -- the plane had just taken off and they can tell that almost immediately, that it was in trouble. >> ktvu's alyssa harrington, you are at petaluma airport right now. but you know this morning? >> reporter: good morning, dave
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and pam. the airport is quiet this morning. we do know that the lane was registered to a man in carmichael. which is right outside of sacramento. officials have not released the identity of the two people in the plane. they were killed when the single-engine plane went down just a half-mile from here, from the airport at about 4 pm yesterday. the records was scattered. -- wreckage was scattered. they all responded to the scene. at this point, they have not determined the cause of the crash but witnesses say the plane appeared to be having engine trouble. >> we were practicing in the golf course. you hear the plane take off. you can hear it sputtering. and it didn't sound right. and then the engine started sputtering again. made a right turn. going back towards the airport. next thing you know, the plane went sideways and went straight down.
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you could hear a loud thud into the concrete. >> reporter: the plane is said to be a vance rv six. this type of pain is a popular kid plane. the faa and the ntsb are continuing to investigate what caused the crash. we did get a chance to go by the scene this morning. it appears that all those large pieces of wreckage have been cleared back to you. >> all right, alyssa, thank you. time is now 6:04. san francisco police are still investigating a stabbing last night in dolores park. a popular gathering spot. just after 7 pm, police rushed to dolores park to break up a fight. they found a man who had been stabbed. he is expected to survive. several people were detained and questioned at the park. so far, no arrests have been made. a brush fire is now fully contained after burning in san jose. it burned 16 acres. it started last night.
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by 9:00, it was under control. no injuries are reported. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. sideshows in oakland kept the police busy of the memorial day weekend. last night, open -- oakland police tweeted these photos showing several cars being towed. police questioning drivers. sideshows have become really common. including in oakland and san jose. there could be as many as 500 vehicles involved in the sideshow. the cars spin in circles, often with people hanging out the cars. oakland police haven't said yet if any arrests have been made. a bay area pet rescue worker is caring for two puppies that were upended in east oakland and left for dead. the puppies have severe injuries. one of them may not survive. rob malcolm has more on the effort to save them. >> reporter: working for rocket dog rescue for 20 years.
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she's rarely received a call like this. >> i got a message that there was two puppies that have been thrown, like abundant -- abandoned. that they were severely injured in bad shape. >> reporter: she arranged for the dogs to be seen by event. they will need a lot of love and attention. >> the first thing, you know, i noticed was that the stock's foot is -- dog's foot was cutoff or there was an accident. >> reporter: severely malnourished and suffered a broken jaw hanging on both sides. she may have to be put down. >> i don't know if it was an act of intentional abuse. or horribly neglectful situation. i don't know. >> reporter: they were found in g street in east oakland. broken furniture, mattresses,
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oil cans, and trash. sadly, this isn't the first time they've heard of something like this. >> honestly, it's something we see all the time. we just had a litter of kittens came in and only one of the literate made it pick and he had been found in a garbage bin. >> reporter: staffers were heartbroken. >> there's no telling where those puppies and kittens were left. >> reporter: now looking for a good home. >> if people want to donate or help in any way, go to our website, which is rocket dog -- rocket dog rescue. if you have any information about where these puppies came from. >> reporter: ktvu fox 2 news. 6:07. in hawaii, lava from the kilauea volcano has now reached a geothermal power plant. weld -- wells were capped to
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keep lava outbreak this is the fourth week of volcanic activity on hawaii. new video shows how active those lava flows are. in one of the hardest hit neighborhoods. the scientists estimate lava fountains are now shooting as high as 200 feet. emergency responders are repositioning and want to focus on people who ignore evacuation orders. many of them are now in the possible path of lava flowing from cracks in the ground. >> all of a sudden, the crack forms. those guys need to be aware, not just be in there and forgetting was going on because the whole subdivision is volleyball -- vulnerable at this point. >> as the eruption continues, more roads are covered with lava , which reduces the number of ways to escape. a couple from san joaquin
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county is closely watching all the coverage from hawaii. kathy and jean morgan's retirement home is in leilani estates. that's the neighborhood that received evacuation orders more than two weeks ago when the lava flow started to move down the streets. they say right now, they live in california. but their hearts are in hawaii. they are worried about their neighbors. they are heading to hawaii on thursday. that's some of the video now. the morgan say they are hopeful their house will survive. they say like many people who live in leilani estates, they don't have the proper insurance. pretty expensive and extensive. they say they confident that they and their our time is 6:09. still ahead, the warriors trying to get back to the nba finals. the fourth year in a row rig coming up, we will take a look at review of game seven. for houston. president trump plans to
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take part in memorial day services in arlington met -- national cemetery this morning. some video from last year. we will take you there in just a bit. temperatures will be warming up today. in fact, for most as this will be the warmest day of that week and month. if you're a big fan of that.
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the volcano is not the only
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thing creating a hazard in hawaii. the uss arizona memorial of pearl harbor is closed indefinitely. that memorial over the sunken battleship has been closed for repairs. this past weekend, military officials say there are cracks in the structure and that the cracks show the structure of the water is not being properly supported. now, they are trying to figure out how to repair the damage and make the memorial safe again for visitors. 6:13. about 8:00 hour time, this morning, president trump will be right here. this is arlington national cemetery. just outside of washington,, dc. the president will be there. he will lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. that's it on your right. there will also be a moment of silent -- silence afterwards. it honors the men and women who gave their lives serving the country. that is scheduled at arlington national cemetery in about two
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hours from now. the first soldier was buried at what is now arlington national cemetery 150 years ago this week. today, more than 400,000 people are buried, cremated, or in caskets across the ground. 624 acres. with 27-30 funeral services a day, five days a week, cemetery is adding about 7000 new burials area. now the cemetery is considering changes to the eligibility requirements for burial there. at the current pace, he could run out of room by 2041. 6:14. this year, is the 100th anniversary of the end of the first world war. >> one of the efforts to remember those who lost their lives offers -- serving our country is the tomb of the unknown soldier. reporter bob bernard has more on how that memorial came to be and the effort to bring in an identified mama -- american soldier to arlington national
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cemetery. >> reporter: the tomb of the unknown soldiers at arlington national cemetery. to this day, woman the most treasured attractions here in our nation's capital. >> it's a majestic place. >> reporter: were members of the third u.s. infantry regiment watch 24 hours a day, seven days a week. the changing of the guards, comment ritual played out before it tends of thousands of visitors every year. >> this represents who we are as americans. it represents all the sacrifices that were made by those who have fallen in battle for america. >> reporter: patrick o'donnell has written a new book called the unknowns honoring all americans killed in battle with a tomb for one of the unidentified or dead. initially -- >> initially the war department was resistant to the idea of an
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unknown soldier. there were about 2500 in world war i. there was a movement after france and england to have an american unknown soldier. >> reporter: the effort began in 1921. the unknown soldier chosen after an identified caskets were unearthed from four american cemeteries in france. >> they were about to give a general officer the right to select the unknown for america america's unknown soldier. the fence said, no. you should use an unlisted man. expects that man was edward younger. he was wounded twice. was given a bouquet of flowers to help make it. those are walked into the chapel and late the bouquet on my that caskets. he felt that the men that was in that caskets was one of his
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friends. he didn't know for sure, but he thought so. he was powerfully drawn to that individual. >> to this day, we don't know who that soldier is. >> reporter: on board the uss olympia. the other three caskets were buried again in france. >> the heart of this book is about the men that personally selected. >> reporter: commander of u.s. forces on the western front. >> bring back the remains. in their stories, the story of america's involvement in 101. it's a forgotten generation. it's a generation that changed the world. >> reporter: inscribed in the back is this, here it rests an american soldier known but to god. at on to national cemetery, bob, fox news. back here at home, we're
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checking whether on this memorial day. steve paulson is in his office. >> this will be the warmest day for some. we are starting off with 40s, 50s, 260 degrees on the panhandle. san jose, the warmest. 50s in between. and a warm are forecast. i mean, things are different this year compared to last year. we had about seven days last may. last year. of 90 or higher. this will be our first. many, which have been hard- pressed to get over 84, 85. 60s and 70s near the coast. but today is not only the warmest day of the week. maybe the warmest day of the month. flirting with maybe some low 90s. and everyone cools off wednesday into thursday. another system drops in. 74 for the 60 -- city. the record that we have to go way back. 1887 on the high side.
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47 back in 1893. i don't think it has too much of a chance. there is a little bit there. west, west there is a slight onshore. napa airport has a slight easterly breeze. 50s 60s again. most locations are in the 50s. temperatures will start to warm up rick upper 40s menlo park. los altos in there as well. hayward says 56. half moon bay with foster city at 54. many of fog out here. i think it will come back in a big way tomorrow. today is the date when we get the sunshine and the warm temps. we continue that theme today. would not be surprised if a little west when kicks in. 60s, 70s, 80s to some at 90 degrees. concord and livermore have not
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had a 90 degree temp. they will today. other areas to the north and south also falling into the same category. time, 6:20. we want to take you live to houston texas, where we are keeping an eye on this very smoky fiery warehouse fire. this is in houston, texas. these are live pictures. you can see the warehouse is very close to a power line. we can tell you how much -- can't tell you how much is damage. -- damaged. a lot of smoke and flames. it's near power lines. we will keep an eye on this and bring you details on what's happening in houston, texas, as we get it in. 6:20. a young migrant in paris risks his life to save a child from certain death. how france is reporting that man who climbed several balconies to save that child. plus, you will find -- have to find another place to buy
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your afternoon coffee. why starbucks is closing its stores. tonight, it's back to back episodes of lucifer. after those, it's the 10 and 11:00 news.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. the fbi is warning you to reboot your internet router. that's because russian hackers placed malware on thousands of internet routers and that u.s. the malware could steal your personal information. to keep your data safe, the fbi also recommends using a stronger password on your devices. 6:24. tesla started to update the brakes on its model 3 cars after consumer reports refused to give the car a recommended five rating. the model 3 was going 60 miles an hour. needed 152 feet to fully stop. that's 7 feet longer than a ford f-150 needed. an over the air software update could improve the performance. consumer reports says it will retest the model 3 but even
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improving the stopping distance might not earn that recommended five rating. consumer reports says it has other problems including what it called the model 3's confusing controls, stiff ride, and wind noise. you might want to plan ahead if you normally go to starbucks for an afternoon caffeine fix. tomorrow afternoon, starbucks will close all of its stores so that employees can undergo racial bias training. the move follows the arrest last month of two african- american men at a philadelphia starbucks who were waiting on a friend and did not order anything. starbucks has since changed its policy of allowing anyone to sit in its cafe and use the bathroom even if they don't buy anything. if you're a fan of eating spam pay attention. federal health officials are recalling close to 230,000 pounds of spam. they believe medal got inside the cans. the recall covers 12 ounce cans of spam with the best buy date
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of february 2021. reports of minor oral injuries. you can return cans of spam to the store where you bought the product. 6:26. detecting disease may become as simple as swallowing a pill. >> researchers have developed a battery powered pill that sent information. tests show the capsule can detect things like blood in the stomach which normally requires invasive procedures. bacteria is placed in a capsule and information is then sent to a max -- microprocessor. researchers have tested the pill on. >> they hope to make a smaller version for human use. >> that is fascinating. time is 6 to 26. staying safe this memorial day on bay area waterways. if you tips to keep your family and friends safe if you're heading out to the bacon at the
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lake, or on the rivers. we are live in the presidio this morning with the details on how you can take part in the day of memorial ceremonies that are open to the public here in san francisco. well, lots of sunshine here. only some patchy fog. it doesn't look like it's going to last. probably the hardest day of the week by far. my name is tony thurmond. education isn't the goal, - it's the gateway. hold the key... to every child's opportunity. we reject trump's attacks on our public schools. and invest in the teachers dreamers. modernize our curriculum and empower educators to teach beyond the test because creativity and critical thinking are as important as facts and figures. i'm tony thurmond the work starts now. state superintendent.
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>> these are life pictures. we have -- i can't tell who is singing. i can tell that somewhere around that fog is the golden gate bridge. it is surrounded by fog this morning. these are live pictures. you can see it for yourself. the temperature should be nice. you know the group? bruce springsteen? >> it sounds like bruce springsteen expect yes. >> someone is yelling at home right now. >> we say good morning to you. thank you for joining us. monday may 28, memorial day. i'm dave clark. >> we can't hear you yelling at your tv right now.
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i'm sure someone is. >> someone is. >> people are talking. lights are on. >> i thought i would share a conversation because my daughter was asking, can i wear shorts to school? >> monday, tuesday, i wouldn't. >> no school today. tomorrow maybe. >> first things first, it will be sunny and warm to hot today. it will be the warmest day. giants are in denver to face the colorado rockies. and it looks good now. i would not -- 4:10, i would not be surprised if there are big-time thunderstorms erupting. there's been many in the area. it looks like they are already beginning to pop rick that would be this afternoon. don't be surprised by that. if there's some pretty big thunderstorms around denver today. the a's, their home against the rays. 78 today. no worries about thunderstorms or anything like that. no complaints up in the santa cruz mountains. skies out. birds are chirping. low 50s gilroy. 49, 49 boulder creek.
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55 saratoga. santa cruz, 53. except for some patchy fog. any time travis goes under 10 miles per hour, that's pretty good. 60s, 70s, 80s to a few 90s. 6:32, back to the desk. the warriors will play the rockets in the winner take all game. team 7 for a spot in the nba final. the warriors trail by as many as 17 points in the first half. stormed back as they love to do. blew out the rockets by 29 points. klay thompson was on fire. andres missed the last two games rick not expected to play again tonight. the rockets are also dealing with injuries. chris paul is a gametime decision due to that hamstring injury. in the warriors -- and the
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warriors are hosting an official watch party because the game is away. the parking lots open up at 4:30. doors open at 5. tickets are $20. part of the proceeds will go to some local charities. if you want to buy tickets, you will find a link on our website, ktvu.com. just click on the web links section right at the top of our home page. game seven starts at 6:10 pm. after the game, we will have complete post game reaction at 10 pm. 11 pm. hopefully. >> or if the warriors went tonight, they are going to play lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers for the fourth straight year. the cavaliers beat the boston celtics in game seven of the eastern conference finals 87-79. >> stolen by rote years. blocked by james! he did it again! >> how does he time that? lebron made plays on both ends
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of the court. nine assists and two blocked shots. the victory means lebron will play in his eight -- eighth street nba finals. the presidio will host a special ceremony today for memorial day. it's described as the largest tribute in the bay area to american servicemen and women. ktvu's allie rasmus is there this morning with the details. it looks like the sun has come out for that event as well, allie. >> yes, no clouds, no fog inside. beautiful morning out here. for this memorial day. and right behind us is the flag that's going to be the starting point of a relief morning and 80 long of memorial day ceremony. 9:30 here in the presidio square. you can see they are getting things ready with the barricades set up. it looks like they are setting up a soundsystem here as well.
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it will be followed by a memorial on the ground. short distance away from here. this is video from last year's event. it will include the color guard, marching band, and several speakers. san francisco mayor mark farrell will speak. a goldstar family of an air force major who was killed in afghanistan will have a chance to lay a wreath in her honor. later, and the ceremony, there will also be eighth 21 gun salute as well as a flyover. this event and the ceremony open to the public and officials say that parking at the main post is free today for this memorial day. this is the 150th year the presidio hosts an event to honor servicemen and women. many other bay area communities are hosting memorial day ceremonies as well today.
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it includes the marin county united veterans council, which holds a service at 10:00 in san rafael. that's at the veterans memorial auditorium. golden gate national cemetery in san bruno will hold its 77th memorial day service. that will include a use military color guard and a wreathlaying. thousands of people are expected at san jose's oak hills memorial park. japanese-american military members will be honored. that ceremony starts at 10:00 it will be followed by the main ceremony that includes attributes to americans killed in other wars. that leads us to our question of the day. how will you be spending memorial day? honoring servicemembers? flying an american flag? barbecue with family and friends? or are you doing something
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else? let us know what you think by voting on our 21 twitter page. we would love to hear what you are up to today. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page. time is 6:36. steve has been telling you today, expected to be the hottest day of the long holiday weekend. a lot of people, you, rob lee, head to the water where it's cooler. the coast guard has some tips to make this a safe holiday. everyone should always wear a life jacket. that includes kids and pets. also, they remind boaters just like driving, it's illegal to operate a boat if you're under the influence of alcohol or marijuana. also, the -- the coast guard says you should not try to re- create that famous scene from the movie titanic on the front of your boat. >> reaching with your hands, dangling your feet, where the boat is not designed to hold the. that's a big issue. it's definitely not allowed. there's been accidents in the past where both riders will fall over and get run over. >> reporter: also make sure your radios work. and use sunscreen. bring a wad of -- a lot of water so you don't get
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dehydrated. the candidates for san francisco mayor will use the final days of campaigning to try to sway voters. polls show it is a close race but no clear front runner in the crowded field of eight candidates. london breed, president with a slight 10 -- lead. the loan republican in the race is richie greenberg. the winner will finish the remaining year of the late mayor ed lee's term. city of san francisco needs poll workers to help out on election day june 5. poll workers are paid $195 election officials say they don't have enough poll workers this year because students who usually work the polls are graduating.
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or taking final exams. if you want to sign up, visit the elections office at san francisco city hall. in the race for governor, gavin newsom has searched for the front of the pack. spending to support one of his contenders has hit a new record. andre senior has the details. >> it takes courage to make real change. that's gavin newsom. >> reporter: you will see a lot more at like this to support lieutenant governor gavin newsom or this one to support antonio villaraigosa. >> personal bossen -- president obama called him one of the finest mayors. >> reporter: close behind is republican contender john cox, who 10% of voters say they will likely choose on election day. >> john cox stands with donald trump and the nra. >> reporter: john cox, who has been endorsed by president trump, has raised $5.9 million. at the same time, villaraigosa continues to get a large infusion of cash which has
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marketed him to $29.2 million. >> i do support charter schools. but what i've always supported our grade schools. >> reporter: because of that support, and two independent committee that supports charter schools has already spent 17 and half million dollars to back him. the watchdog group reports that source has spent more money than any other independent committee supporting a gubernatorial candidate. six of the leading candidates participated in a debate earlier this month. >> the first thing i will do is reverse gavin newsom's sanctuary state law. >> i think it's incumbent upon the next governor to stand up and stand tall. >> a governor that unites this great state. this is the most diverse state anywhere in the world. >> reporter: of those, only newsom, villaraigosa, and cox have a clear path of winning the campaign in terms of widespread support, funding,
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and spending. villaraigosa seeing an increase in donation. when you consider a survey from the public policy institute of california. andre senior, ktvu fox 2 news. the candidates who come in first and second on june 5 will face each other in the general election in november. our time is now 6:41. as we get closer to the june 5 elections, anxiety is building a month some in the democratic ready. national democrats are targeting said -- seven seats that were carried by hillary clinton two years ago. the democrats fear the vote will be splintered, allowing republicans who have fewer candidates to dominate some of the candidates.
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the party and affiliated groups are spending more than $4 million on negative commercials and campaign literature in an effort to win back the house. 93-year-old former president george hw bush is still in the hospital in maine being treated for low blood pressure and fatigue. a spokesman for mr. bush says he will probably stand -- stay in the hospital for a few days and that the former president is all -- awake, alert, and not in any pain. this is the second time in less than a month that the former president has been hospitalized. his wife, of course, of 73 years, barbara died last month, a day after her funeral, mr. bush was hospitalized for nearly 2 weeks because of an infection. a very special ceremony will be held this memorial day at the tomb of the unknown soldier in arming -- arlington national cemetery. coming up at 7, details on how
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that memorial service came to be for the thousands of soldiers who died in combat but never were identified. i'm concerned and i'm listening and that's all i can do, to give one step at a time. >> the first storm of the hurricane season already headed towards the gulf coast. more and how people are preparing. well, hardly any clouds in the sky. a little bit of fog out there. today will be warm too hot for some. the warmest of the month already.
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we're following some severe weather. at least one person is now missing after these flash flood outside of baltimore. pouring rain and flash flooding turns streets in ellicott city, maryland, into rivers. r were washed away. some people were left stranded. the first floor buildings on some streets were completely submerged under water. the governor of maryland has declared a state of emergency. now, the water has gone down quite a bit. but crews have not been able to check on all of the damage at this point. last night and early this morning, first responders went door-to-door to search for
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anyone who stayed behind and may need help. the same city was also devastated by floods two years ago. >> it was incredible. so many of the businesses did come back. and some didn't. and now with this happening again, we will have to watch that all over again. >> two people died in the 2016 floods. so far, no deaths have been reported in the latest floods this morning. time is exec 47. in florida, alabama, and mississippi, the governors there declaring state of emergencies because tropical storm alberto is forecasted to make landfall today. later today, it's expected to hit the florida panhandle. officials are warning about heavy rain, a possible storm surge, as well as dangerous surf and recurrence. >> week -- we currently got a red flags -- flag.
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dangerous surf conditions. we do that for their own surf -- safety as well as the safety of responders. alberto got an early jump into the 2018 hurricane season, which doesn't officially begin until friday. all right. back to our weather here in the bay area. it is going to be the hottest day of the week and that month today. >> for many. yes. there is a little bit of fog out there, as you posted. >> i did, on my twitter page. it was a pretty shot of the golden gate. >> a little baseball forecast for you. giants are in denver to play the rockies. 4:10 this afternoon. i think there will be a lot of thunderstorms in the area. you can see some of the hardcover their. that was against the reds. now things are changing as an area of low pressure is moving in. don't be surprised if the temp
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will be about 70. i know it looks okay right now. when you have that many thunderstorms, already beginning to see some buildups in the rockies. the a's, no problem. 76-78 on the high side. a little puff of a westerly breeze. mid 50s in between. livermore, sfo, and also oakland. somebody named pam cook sent this out. fog rolling in over the golden gate bridge. today will be the hottest day of the week from us. maybe not for those on the immediate coast. 60s, though, for some. what attempts are still pretty cold. 54-55. it's been a quiet month for many inland. today will probably be one of those few days. last make it last year, we had about seven at this time. this will be our first if it happens today. a little bit of a west
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southwest breeze. 50s to low 60s. temperatures, i think they are its east to start -- poised to start warming up pretty quick. hills. at 50. except for maybe some over the sierra. most of the area is pushing into the eastern nevada. the fog will be back late tonight and tomorrow. today, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, first time we've seen a summerlike map here in a long time. most of the month, we've seen nothing but 70s. fog returns to the and then it cools off wednesday, thursday. >> thank you, steve. there are growing concerns about a new report showing more than 1000 immigrant children have gone missing. that report released last month by the department of health and human services shows that they've lost track of nearly 1500 immigrant children. others were lost because they ran away. the issue snowballed this past
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week with thousands expecting their outrage on social media. there are signs that the proposed summit between president trump and north korean leader to -- kim jong-un is back on. confirming advanced teams are working out details of the meeting. last week, president trump canceled the summit but then quickly announced it could still happen. >> a lot of people are working on it. it's moving along really nicely. we're looking at june 12 in singapore. that hasn't changed. >> two weeks ago, the north korean delicate failed to meet at the white house to work out details of the summit. a man who impersonates north korean leader kim jong-un got a big reaction when he started walking around singapore. singapore is where the summit may or may not take place next month. people shake hands and posed for selfies with the impersonator who is really an
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australian man of chinese descent. he also made headlines impersonating the north korean leader at the winter olympics at south korea. a 22-year-old immigrant is being honored by the president of france after he climbed up a four-story paris apartment building to save a child who is dangling from a balcony. the young man who has been living in france illegally climbed up the front of that building. take a look at this video. he thought that for-year-old boy hanging from a balcony. video shows him pulling himself up from the balcony to balcony as a man on the fourth floor tries to hold onto the child by leaning across from a neighboring balcony. he was invited to meet with president emmanuel macron who told him in gratitude for his heroic act he would be allowed to become a french citizen. the boy's father reportedly left the child alone. he has been taken into custody. it is now 6:53. two puppies left for dead in a
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dumpster. >> i don't know if it was an act of intentional abuse or a horribly neglectful situation. i don't know. >> the woman who rescued them and that's condition of that young dogs when we come back. put others before himself. >> honoring a science teacher who saved several students tackling an armed student at an indiana middle school. more on his recovery after right now, comcast business is doubling your internet speed. so you can download large files faster. and power more employees on more devices. all for a new low price. what does that equal? our best internet price ever. you do the math. because now for less than what 75 mbps used to cost, you can get 150 mbps internet. plus for a limited time, you can get a $200 visa prepaid card
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welcome back to mornings on 2. over the weekend president trump welcomed back an american citizen who was held in jail in venezuela for two years. josh holt from utah went there to marry a woman he had met online. he got married and they're waiting for the proper visas to come back to the united states when police accused him of stockpiling weapons. both holt and his wife were arrested and were held without trial for to years. on saturday holt said the ordeal was difficult with a rough start to a new marriage but he is grateful to be home. >> i am just overwhelmed with gratitude for you guys for
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everything that you have done. for the support of my wife. for the two years they were very difficult. >> the couple was not injured while in prison. they did get medical care yesterday just outside of washington hoping to return to utah tomorrow. as for the weapons that landed holt and his wife in jail, they were planted by corrupt police officers for political reasons. this morning the indiana teacher protected students he made his first public comment. jason seaman was released from the hospital on saturday. this morning he said he cannot imagine doing anything other than what he did and he went on to say thank you to those who remain calm and help each other. he also described the other victim as being very brave. she remains in the hospital in critical condition.
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there is no b.a.r.t. service again today and maintenance crews expect to finish the work they have been doing on the trucks between the stations. there is free services for b.a.r.t. riders but they say if you normally park at the east stations from physical, you may want to drive to pleasantville. you can avoid the bus bridge between concord and pleasant hill. a frenchman hopes to be the first person to swim from a japan all the way to san francisco. yesterday ben leconte for the water and started swimming. the 5500 mileswim will take about six months. he plans to swim eight hours a day and then asleep at night on a sailboat. he has partnered with several organizations to collect samples to study water
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conditions. leconte also plans to swim through the largest collection of trash . 81 years ago the golden gate bridge officially opened. may 27, 1937. on that day people started walking along the golden gate bridge and the cars started driving the next day. it took four years to build the golden gate bridge and officials are now considering how can we upgrade the appearance of the golden gate bridge? its famous color has faded over the years. some are thinking of a public fundraiser to buy of millions of gallons of that international orange to give it several new coats of paint. coming up, remembering those who have lost their lives serving our country. we will let you know about the ceremonies to honor and remember servicemembers on this memorial
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day. i am in petaluma for investigators are trying to determine what caused a small plane to crash killing both people on board. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us here on this memorial day . we want to show you some of the things that are going on this morning. this is up to world war ii memorial in washington, d.c. and you can see a number of wreaths and people paying tribute. i can only imagine this man is a veteran. in a ceremony honoring veterans, it will be happening here in the bay area as well coming up we will take a look at some of that and then in one hour again the president will come out and lay the wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier

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