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area. mark, thank you. next 11, countdown to election day, california voters go to the polls. big races and big issues. the 11:00 news on ktvu fox 2 news starts now. lots of issues, the primary elections, u.s. senate, most seats in the state legislator. hello everyone, i am frank somerville.. >> i am julie haener.. theytry to the last 18 months of the te. tonight, candidates made last minute pitches. emberley is live after talking to five of the eight candidates. amber. >> reporter: julie, this evening we found candidates talking to voters, in person, online, or the phone.
they each have a plan to address problems such as homelessness and affordable housing. ♪ >> reporter: angela alioto did her meet and greet on the trolley. we caught up with r anher supporters. the native san franciscan ys kns address city's problems. she service supervisor from 1988 to 1997. she was board president for three years. >> people shooting up, smoking marijuana, this is not san francisco, san francisco is an iconic city. it's like we have given up on taking care of the city. >> whawe want, who are we voting for? >> reporter: mark leno supporters were vocal as they greeted people during their evening commute. he says his experience as a former san francisco supervisor state assembly man, and state
senator has taught him how to get things done. >> i bring all of that expertise, and a series of accomplishments to the mayor's office at a time when we need change. >> this is london braid running for mayor at san francisco. >> reporter: at her headquarters, london braid made calls it phone bank alongside congresswoman barbara read. reed is a native san franciscan who grew up in public housing and nose from life experience what the city needs. >> i want to live hefor the res i don't want to get pushed out myself. i am tired, i am driven by how to make san francisco better for the next generation if we make better decisions now. >> we want more. >> reporter: jane kim was on facebook life from her campaign headarters. she has not on numerous stores across the city and attended house parties to meet more voters than any other candidate. >> despite being the youngest candidate, i have served the longest in safrancisco local
office. i served my time on the board of education and know it intimately. siness owner, richie greenberg is the only republican running. he wants to bring accountability, respectability, law and order to uplift the quality of life. for the first time tomorrow, san franciscans can come down to city hall, go to the elections department and register to vote thanks to a recent state law. julie. >> amber lee live downtown. last-minute campaigning, former l.a. mayor led san franscs mi distric wespoke with riders at the glen park station. the latest you see berkeley poll, aaron persky and john cox led the pack. they in november. voters in nine bay area cou
increase in bridge tolls for transportation infrastructure. they would gradually increase tolls on the seven state owned bridges in the bay area the tolls go up y bridge. dollars over the next sev years. supporters say the money generated will help fund major transportation projects including extensions of the south bay, 300 new train cars, and an ext to downtown san francisco. 70% of the money would go to public transit. tolls on the golden gate bridge are not affected by the measursouth bay, the charge against aaron persky to sway voters. the six month sentence for former swimmer, brought turner convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman sparked worldwide outreach. among those against their recall are a retired judge
arguing a recall would set a bad precedent. >> we ask people to think critically, look at the fax. you don't want to democracy based on emotion and dishonesty. you have a successful democracy when you have critical thinking and it is factual based when you make decisions about >> is on the other side of the argument say recalling judge persky is sending a message to judges and the general public. >> we need to understand sexual harassment, violence, abuse has resonated with the voters of this county. >> if the reef call is successful, this would be the fourth judge in california s term expires. ted out a reminder, you can turn to ktvu plus , our coverage begins at 7 pm on ktvu fox 2, we have complete coverage the 10 pm and 11 pm news. san francisco's outgoing mayor.
his four monk -- month in office. legendary 49er dwight clark died today at the age of 61 after a battle with als. he was known signature play in 49er history simply known as the catch. the reception of the joe montana pass won the championship game in 1982 and set the stage for the 49er dynasty. dwight clark's wife broke the news this afternoon on her husband's official twitter page. kelly clark road, i am heartbroken to tell you today i lost my best friend and husband. he passed peacefully surrounded by many ofhe people he loved most. i am thankful for all of dwight's friends,teammates, and 49ers fans who have sent their love during his battle with als. ktvu's debora villalon covers the story. >> reporter: julie, as it turns
out, 1/400 people are at risk. the mind, the census, they stay sharp. als robs the ability to move, speak, swallow, and breathe. we spoke to a leading advocate about dwight clark's battle. >> my husband had it start in his right hand. he was a teacher in this county. you want to run and hide. >> reporter: charlie never hid from als. the longtime football coach worked for decades as he became debilitated. his wife was by his side and many 49ers players were his friends. dwight clark was one. he had his own diagnosis last year. >> in the beginning, it was hard for him to admit the loss because it is a very embarrassing illness for athletes who all of a lves.
>> reporter: there was clark on their support while acknowledging what he was going through. >> hello, my 49er favorites. >> reporter: clark approached an incurable disease with grace like what so many people love. >> people are shocked at how fast it moves and how devastating it is. >> reporter: the als association says money race like the ice bucket challenge is spent on research and clinical trial. hundreds of studies seeking treatment and care. most patients are at home as the disease progresses, family support manages their care. >> having a high-profile person with als gives enormous hope to the als community who often feel largely invisible.
>> reporter: she cannot explain how her husband survive so long when so many others do not. she knows their friend dwight left a lesson and legacy, make each day count. >> count the day. do not lose sight of all the blessings. th he was ou >> reporter: the catch is memorialized on a huge banner reads faithful then. alongside it, another one featuring current players and says faithful now. fans pass this coming to games. live in santa barbara, debora villalon with ktvu fox 2 news. stomach the current police chief scott did not get the job . he woming north to head the centers of the department.
this afternoon, the l.a. mayor made 36-year-old veteran officer, as the new head of the lapd. chief scott wrote a letter to members of the san francisco police department today saying my decision to consider such an offer was a difficult choice. it has provided me the opportunity to reflect on how much our department has accomplished and the challenges ahead for us in san francisco. i want you to know i am committed to continuing to work with you to protect the people of our city. the man who turned starbucks into a global coffee giant is stepping down. howard schultz is leaving starbucks and some say it could be the beginning of a political career. jana katsuyama joins us in the newsroom. >> reporter: they chose someone other ceos look up to. he has been hinting at political aspirations. starbucks has become a part of many people's lives. >> i every morning, itkeeps
me going. >> reporter: the man whke >> we don't spend too much time worried about the competition. >> reporter: in a letter to starbucks employees, he says he "i have had a dream to build a different kind of company, one that has e potential to enhance lives and endure long after i was gone. things to you, my dream has come true". he became ceo of starbucks in 1987 and grew the seattle-based chain of 11 stores into a global coffee giant of more than 20,000 stores in 77 countries. as he scaled up, he did not skill back on what he envisioned as a responsible workplace. he said he was proud of the company's healthcare benefits, full and part-time employees, employee stock options, pare. >> it is clear that care about the service they give to customers. i think that is cool. >> reporter: starbucks change
the game with ethical sourcing, changing coffee culture and american corporate culture. >> i can't tell you the number of ceos, then and now, consumer products who hail howard schultz as a role model, the idol of a great leader. >> reporter: some of curtis i starbucks for taking business away from smaller, local cafes and changing what people expect of cafes. >> it has become a part of everyone's everyday lives. many make jokes about it. >>reporter: in his letter, he says he is not happy with the direction the country is going. his next step, possibly a presidential run. >> one thing we can say about p nontraditional background. running for president, i think we could see howard schultz run. >> reporter: his last day is june 26. he will become chairman emeritus. he plans to write a book about starbucks social responsibility and pursue philanthropy or
public-service. jana katsuyama in the newsroom tonight. >> thanks, janet. san francisco's mayor on what is next for him. stomach after the break, the rising death toll in central america is a volcano chases people from rural villages. nice day today but cooler. it will continue to be cooler this week. i let you know when things turn the corner and go warm again. tomorrow is election day and we monitor last-minute campaigning. when you are up, we are on. we start at 4 am. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. rnia values and i believe medicare must be empowered senator dianne feinstein to negotiate the price of drugs. only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. the death toll in guatemala is up tonight with 69 people confirmed dead following the eruption of the volcano of fire. it happened yesterday in a remote mountain area west of model city. the burning ash and mud engulfed villages and left many killed unrecognizable. using shovels and large
machinery, rescuers spent most of the day looking for survivors and bodies. more than 3000 people have been evacuated but the danger may not be over yet. authority say there could be more interruptions and mudslides. in hawaii, a dozen people are stranded in a area cut off by lava flowing from the kilauea volcano. officials went through the neighborhood yesterday to warn people this is our last chance to evacuate before their final escape route was cut off by lava. some chose to stay behind anyway and now they are literally left with no power or water. authorities plan to airlift those stranded if the lava continues to spread. the lava so far has coved eight square miles. san francisco mayor mark farrell looks back at a short time on the job ahead of tomorrow's special election to fill his seat. we spoke with him today about what he has accomplished in the last four and has.lf >> reporter: some ysmayor mark farrell is trying to fit a four-year term into his six
months in office. the mayor said he knew when he was sworn in, he had limited time to leave the city -- lead the city. >> from my perspective, be as active as possible. lee was the mayor of san francisco. >> reporter: he was elected supervisor to district two in 2010. mayor lee's unexpected death led to a series of twists and turns including a controversial vote by the board of supervisors that landed farrell into the mayor's office. he says he often thinks about how ed lee led the city and how to forge his own path. >> i think mayor lee did a great job building consensus in our city on a number of issues. at times, people begged for more leadership. >> reporter: farrell said he knew coming into office in january with an election in june was a tight line. he worked with police to help with auto burglaries and has seen those decrease. he fought against unhygienic
conditions and open drug use, issues he worked to resolve, he pledged $13 million over the next two years to keep the city clean. farrell says he worked at a fast pace to show how much can be accomplished in a short period of time. >> this is what residents of san francisco expect now. that should be great for the city long-term. >> reporter: with a major election on the line, farrell has not endorsed any candidate and he will not say how he intends to vote. he has talked to the major candidates and has set up transition offices for the new mayor inside city hall. >> i think i have been more effective in the executive position of the mayor, despite successes on the board of supervisors, these past six months we have done a ton for the city of san francisco. >> reporter: mayor farrell says the next mayor will likely be sworn in around july 11 and he looks forward to working with the next mayor during what will likely be a short transition period. the mayor also says although he is not running for office now, he is not ruling out running out for public
office somewhere down the road. in san francisco, christien kafton with ktvu fox 2 news. let's take a peek at the high temperatures from today. we can get an idea of where we go tomorrow. it will be cooler. instead of mid 80s, we see mid- 70s, upper 70s. it will be 5 degrees cooler, maybe 8. on the coast, notch fall, that's nice, it will be mid 60s. most of us tomorrow, somewhere in the 60s to the mid-70s. >> it is not the heat we experienced a while back. the last couple days. the heat is gone because of the stretched out marine layer. temperatures continue to be on the cool side. as long as that sits there. it is sitting there. that semblance of that will be there this week. the entire week is marked by
less fire danger, better air quality, not fog free but mostly fog free, there will be lots of sunshine. there could be patches of fog, the pattern persists. it is not as windy. lots of principal fog at pigeon point in the morning and then it goes away. forecast hhsare oranges or yellows, yellows are 70s. oakland is 68 degrees, something like that. the forecast high in fairfield, 80 degrees. 80 in brentwood and 79 in antioch. the forecast highs fort san jose, mid-70s. there is an upshot to this, fire danger is this type -- time of year, we don't see red flag warnings. it is nice. >> beautiful in the bay area. we will take it. thank you, bill. the red sox and giants
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market, it seems odd to talk about the giants, we will talk about that in a minute. >> you have to respect what they have done with madison bumgarner out of there. now they ripped off five straight wins, they are even 500. mad dog pitches tomorrow. the giants are smoking hot. this guy gets rolling, look out. no telling whats do. andrew mccutchen sends one over the chevron side. they trail 2-0 at the time. brandon crawford, this is big guy ter tony -- territory, he is smoking hot, that is his 11th of the year. going he fourth, bases loaded, alen hanson off the ented st, the giants lead
for good, 4-2. the 4th inning continues, buster posey deep into right-center field. many people call that triple alley for buster, it is double alley. it scores a pair of runs, he goes for two bases and they have a 7-2 lead. they take it, the icing, pablo sandoval gets to play because brandon belt is out with the appendectomy. he goes deep, the giants poured on the diamondbacks 10-3. the giants are a game and have back from first place. it is a tight western division in the national league. lots of hockey fans, when their team got eliminated, like sharks fans, one in particular started rooting for vegas. the first franchise as a first- year team to win it all. it is going into the miracle category.
he scores off the rebound. e first period, power play situation take the lead. they try to pick up the spirit in dc. one minute later, they scored. it is a four on four. there's a hit on collin miller. baxter has the puck with that nice of feet to michael campy. the one timer, you see the reply, caps won, 6-2. they go back to las vegas and the goal at night is trouble, they trail three games to one. it has been a rough day for 49er fans and everyone who knew and loved dwight clark. he died today at the age of 61. i have known dwight and worked with him and also knew him as 7 dwight had a super bowl moment, one of my favorite moments with him has been a live interview after they beat the dolphins.
i show this because this embodies his boyish enthusiasm. take a look at what he actually said to me there as you see them hoisting bill wa they just won the super bowl moments before that. >> we are in the big league! >> what he said, we want eddie d to know we want a big rain. -- rain. that embodied what he was all about. the boyish enthusiasm continued well after his career and he caught the disease and that it like a real man. >> it ia terrible disease. he battled it bravely. people lovfor being his genuine down to earth nice guy. >> he kept it in the here and now. see you later. >> we will see you tomorrow night. good night.
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