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will swing through. that will call us back down tomorrow. there's a breeze but not crazy. upper 40s, 50s for some. around the bay, because of those cold ocean temps, the lows really drop. the city is 53. 31 in alameda. el cerrito is 52 degrees. it's a little cool. today is about more sunshine and warmer temps. 80s inland. about where the should be this time of year. 60s, 70s around the bay. 5:00 on a friday morning. and let's hope there's some good news. you will start with what? >> we are going to start with the altamont pass. we do want to have traffic that is moving along relatively well. if you're driving on the area here. you can see traffic continues to move along relatively well. but you will see some stop and go traffic in the area as we would expect getting out to the area. there are no major problems here. the traffic on interstate 880 is moving will put if you take
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capital corridor train service, the devastation is nothing because of a freight train development. i would suggest that you think about calling or getting on their website and seeing exactly what you can do. i'm doing that at the moment. we just found out about it. but i'm going to get on it. i would suggest perhaps taking another way. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see traffic is moving well. and we also want to mention that in san francisco, near the corner of california and polk. good area to stay away from for police activity. 5:01. let's go back to the desk. we are starting with breaking news and this is really shaken me. the breaking news, popular chef, author, and tv personality and host anthony bourdain has died. >> the cause of his death is suicide. the network says boarding was in france working on an upcoming episode for his cnn
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series. a friend found bourdain unresponsive in his hotel room this morning. bourdain rose to fame as the chef and author . he hosted a show called a cook's tour on the food network. >> anthony bourdain started a travel show for cnn that was called parts unknown. his death is coming right after fashion designer kate spade committed suicide in her manhattan apartment on tuesday. just shocking news. anthony bourdain was 61 years old. >> yeah, two just very successful -- >> very successful. >> -- people who people look up to. >> just stunning. >> we will have more details throughout the morning. 5:02 is the time right now.
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here in the bay area, an eight-year-old child was killed in a crash caused by a driver, chp think the driver fell asleep. >> that crash occurred early this morning. it happened on interstate 680 in snow. leigh martinez is at the scene and has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as we are off of 680 on the exit here you take a look at traffic. the scene has cleared up. traffic is moving very quickly napa construction site that was out here, that is also cleared as well. at 12:40 this morning, chp says that the threat -- driver was driving northbound. when traffic began to slow approaching a construction zone in the number one lane. chp says the driver admitted to falling asleep at the wheel. his black dodge and crashed into the rear of a white toyota corolla and pushed it into another vehicle. four people had be transporte
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old child died because he beat says the 8-year-old was in a car seat in the back of that white toyota. the child's father is currently still in the hospital with major injuries. chp all the says that two other people who were injured only have minor injuries. and they also say that the driver who fell asleep at the wheel, they do not believe that drugs or alcohol played any part in this crash. it is unknown right now if that driver who fell asleep will be facing any charges. back to you guys. >> thank you. 5:04 is the time. san francisco police are searching for the gunman who shot three people in the mission district, killing one of them. that happened just before 3:30 yesterday afternoon. near crete avenue and cesar chavez st. one of the victims of 21-year-old jaime poole, died shortly after the shooting. the third is listed in serious condition. police are now asking any witnesses to come forward to
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help find that shooter. >> we're questioning people, looking for surveillance footage, trying to find anything we can to help us. >> police say all three of the victims are men in their 20s. right now, there's no word of a motive and so far, no arrests have been made. our time is 5:05. as broken police officers, they will patrol outside of oracle arena tonight because the warriors fan, they will head to the arena for the warriors watch party for game four of the nba finals. it's a responded to when the night's shooting at a parking lot near oracle after the game the police are spreading the message tonight's watch party will be safe. come out to the watch party on friday night this is a celebration, a safe place for everyone. >> weto support that
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and keep it safe. keep it positive. >> along with police at the arena, metal detectors will also be inside oracle arena. tonight, the warriors will try to make it back-to-back championships. three titles in four years. scott reiss is in cleveland with a preview of tonight's game. >> deja vu. >> reporter: it certainly feels that way after another game three kd dagger. the cavs back on the brink of elimination. and the warriors on the cusp of an undisputed dynasty. >> one game away. it's been a crazy ride. we just got to finish the job. is always the toughest. the warrior veterans are adept at towing the line between irreverence and intensity. they understand there's work to be done.definitely helps. knowing what's ahead, knowing what it takes, knowing that there's a light at the end of
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the tunnel. it just helps you push through pittsburgh >> knowing the feeling, understanding that it's a trap game, you know, we are just going to show up. it doesn't work that way we've seen what happens when we do that. we come out, you get blown out. >> reporter: that said, a bit of youthful exuberance never hurts. >> i've thought about this moment for so long. just being a kid in the nba finals. >> to be here, to be a part of all of this, is a true dream come true. >> i'm very excited. i'm still young. i will be naive and celebrating a little bit earlier. >> reporteokie like jordan bell not -- has not yet won his nba title rickshaun livingst
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quick to point out that a looft careers sometimes 10 or 15 years in the nba without even sniffing the nba finals. as livingston put it, what's going on here is not normal. in cleveland, scott reiss, ktvu fox 2 news. time is 5:08. this morning, we have an update about who will be san francisco's new mayor. mark leno's lead over london breed has tightened now. it to just 255 votes. >> the new numbers show leno leading by just a 10th of a percent over breed. with 93,000 male in an provisional ballots left to count. the race is far from the side it. in picked and he mail-in ballot as long as a tuesday postmarked and arrived by today, they will be counted. election workers are processing about 15-20,000 ballots per day. that means it will likely be several more days before we know the final outcome. >> everything after that initial count that we have to
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restart the process because everything is fresh. there's nothing preprocessed, to flow into the tabulators. >> part of what's making the contest so close is the city's ranked choice voting system where voters's second and third choices are taken into account. that system has been used in san francisco since 2004 in place of a runoff election. political analysts are talking about is a pride in the race for mayor of oakland. city councilmember rebecca kaplan announced she won't run for mayor. instead, she is endorsing community activist cat brooks for mayor. >> for being here to support a vision of justice, a vision of transformation, a vision of mobilizing our people to the polls to take back >> just last campaign event for cat brooks, kaplan hugs brooke -- hugged brooks and praised her for championing social justice.
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affordable housing, improving education, and protecting sanctuary city policies. millions of dollars to help domestic violence survival was -- survivors. $5 million to assist domestic violence victims. 400% increase. county leaders is a crisis hotlines received 20,000 calls a year. supporters of the additional funds they it will expand much- needed services. including legal and housing assistance. and perhaps a new model in which the abuser must leave the home instead of the abuse. to leave. funding for something li that. >> the extra funding will be -- won't be official until the budget is that -- passed by the board of supervisors monday. a homeless man was the
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target of a brutal attack on a san francisco st. coming up in our next half hour, the police hope this video will lead to an arrest. >> reporter: the final preparations for singapore and the summit with north korea. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on what the president is now saying coming up. good morning. right now, traffic is moving along okay if you're driving in the bay area. you can see traffic on 880 northbound is crowded but not stop and go. we will tell you more about the morning commute when we come back. it's been a cool week. temperatures yesterday bumped up a little bit. they will continue. the at your friday forecast. as we start the weekend as well.
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president trump is on his way to canada for the g7 summit. >> it's expected to be pretty tense, too. other world leaders say they are going to push back against the new he was tariffs. president trump said he is not backing down. this morning, he tweeted, quote, looking forward to straightening out unfair trade deals with the g7 countries. if it doesn't happen, we come out even better.
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president trump will be leaving the g7 summit early to go to singapore. ahead of his meeting on tuesday with north korean leader kim jong-un. doug luzader joining us live now from washington with more on the preparations for that summit. good morning, doug. >> reporter: good morning. any minute now, we expect is marine one fly overhead as the president heads to that g7 summit in canada. he is cutting that short to begin that long journey to singapore. singapore is getting ready, security and all. local entrepreneur touting the summit as el [ null ] versus el hombre. president trump and the oval office played down some of that legwork. >> i don't think i have to prepare very much. it's about attitude and willingness to get things done. i think i've been preparing for this summit for a long time. as the other side. i think they have been prarg some last-minute advice from japanese prime minister
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shinzo abe. holding out the possibility that kim jong-un could eventually visit the u.s. >> if you do invite him to the united states, would it be here at the white house or mar-a- lago? >> yes. maybe we will start with the white house. what do you think? >> reporter: we know what secretary of state mike pompeo things, that north korea must give up its new -- nukes. >> reporter: -- >> the only outcome that we will find acceptable. >> reporter: even the president is trying to temper expectations . the wildcard is kim and what his regime is seeking. >> are they just do -- using trump as a prop tooth next to -- to step next to? >> reporter: skeptics are afraid he's going to give away too much just to strike some
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kind of deal. the president says if the deal doesn't look good, he will walk away. back to you guys. >> live from washington, thank you. all of that news. the numbers are heading down. don't like this uncertainty over trade talks and tariffs. we will watch that. right now, let's check in with sal, who is watching traffic. >> all right. right now, dave and pam, right now, we're looking at northbound 11. the gilroy commute and we call it the gilroy to be commute. and we will see the traffic is still going to be okay. sometimes on fridays, we get a little bit of a break. we are hoping for that this morning from gilroy as you drive into san jose. some people drive all the way to san francisco. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well. i do want to mention that traffic is going to be okay if jose. alsohi traffic on the bay bridge approach is going to be fine.
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there is a train derailment and davis. it's affecting capital corridor service. there is no direct train service from davis to and from because capital corridor has tweeted about replacement bus service. we are trying to find out more about that. but if it were me, i will probably be looking for an alternate weight if i went from davis. we will try to flush it out for you as we come back with more information as they put it out. let's bring steve in with today's forecast. >> thank you kindly, sir. happy friday, everyone. we have a heck of a hurricane. this is the first in the eastern pacific. remember, the eastern pacific. this started off just as a little tropical storm. 120 miles per hour. it's possible we could get to category 3. but it is heading west, northwest. away from the coast. some of that moisture must -- may drift northward overtime. that would be it. that's a heck of a system to develop that fast. let's start off at 46 degrees in morgan hill. we've had half our lows under
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50 t i would agree. it's been nice. the one observation i have is 48. gilroy, santa cruz, socal, 44. upper 40s saratoga. campbell is at 47. today will be warmer. san jose, 73, 77. the city, 61-66. santa rosa 80. 84 today. fog is trying to work its way back. it's found a home so far. on san mateo coast. san mateo -- half moon bay is reporting some fog. so far, that's about it. west of sfo, we had a little puff40s and 50s to 160 there. 48 in santa rosa. there are a few 40s in here. it's close ford napa. 51 point raise.
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46. 48 in occidental. today is warmer. there is a system moving in. maybe load up the rv or the boats or whatever if you're heading out to shasta. a little rain and then into late saturday sunday will be out of there. saturday could be the day. there may be rain sunday. 60s, 70s to some 80s. these are the -- near average for this time of year. cloud cover on saturday. nice on the the -- sunday. >> thank you. 5:20. it's the big -- some big changes are coming to mcdonald's. some employees are not loving it. the plan that could mean hundreds of people will lose their jobs. plus, controversy over how one school is teaching kindergartners about a possible active shooter situation how a
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popular nursery rhyme is being used to teach kids what to do if the school goes on lockdown.
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will go back to mornings on 2. it's 5:23 a kindergarten class class -- using a nursery rhyme to respond to an active shooter. twinkle twinkle little star inclfor the little kids. one mother posted a photo of the lyrics on twitter. it
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includes lines like, lockdown, lockdown, lock the door. shut the lights off. say no more. the woman who took that picture it says the sign stunned her and that it said kids have to prepare for shootings. that photo has been shared several thousand times. in east oakland, some students there are fighting back against illegal dumping near their school and they were inspired by ktvu. students go to oakland charter academy. at an open house, they were showing off their projects. each tackled a specific problem. after watching a 2 investigates report about a legal dumping in olympic the eighth-graders built a new bench for their bus stop. it was trashed and destroyed. now it includes a plank signed by students and teachers. >> we are fixing it. we had people coming out new bench >> this kind of tangible project
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is teaching them that they can make a difference in their community. >> some of the other school projects included students cleaning up a really bad dumping spot near their campus. also painting that mural on a fence. we have a follow-up on a story we told you about yesterday. about an annual report -- report about polluted beaches. the environmental group evaluated 459 beaches all over the state including 118 in northern california that report says san mateo county is home to four so-called bummer beaches. san mateo's lakeshore park, marina lagoon, has poor water circulation and a lot of bacteria. they say linda march beach has runoff. roosevelt beach and surfers beach in half moon bay face high bacteria counts when it rains. >> weak circulation lowers the
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dilution rate at the site, which can exacerbate poor water quality. >> beaches at the mouth of flowing streams and creeks often have higher bacteria levels because of many pollution services. other northern california beaches that scored pretty poor include leffenholtz beach and plan beach humbled -- clam beach in humboldt county. still stuck -- still stunned by the breaking news that celebrity chef ntv host, popular author anthony bourdain has died. his stunning death. hiund in a hotel d we do have with 15 dogs that were on their way to a dog show.
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what we've learned about the return of those dogs and the reward being offered to help find the thief.
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>> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning to you thank you for joining is here on mornin is june 8. i'm dave clar pam cook will be here momentarily because steve paulson is already here.
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he is right there. >> i am indeed. thank you, dave. happy friday, everybody. we do have a warmer pattern today. and then to market we call it off. sunday, we warm it up. only patchy fog. some of that is on the san mateo coast. i'm sure there may be a little bit more. nothing compared to what we had the past couple of days. most locations will settle in right where they should be. coast be in olympic temperature trend has been, this week. now it's going to be going up and down. probably down again. you see some of that fog just a little bit trying to show itself. so far, on the san mateo coast, a little bit there. it will come back in a big way. west of sfo, a little hint. that's the first time we've had an east went except for south west wind. 50s for many. upper 40s or low 50s. concordville -- counterfeit million -- concord pavilion. this is your friday. that's your saturday. that will cool us down.
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80s to the interior. 60s, 70s cosman bay. mr. sal castaneda , the traffic is -- >> light as a matter-of-fact. i do want to start with talking about capital corridor. it does not exist because of a freight train development. but if you take capital corridor , they are looking for alternate ways of transportation . which is essentially amtrak. it's unclear if that's affecting any of the service into oakland and i know a lot of people take it from oakland to san jose. we are trying to find that out. let's take a look at 80 westbound picked this point, it wouldn't be a bad drive from vacaville, fairfield, and vallejo driving to the perkiness bridge. getting away from vallejo. no problems heading up to crockett on 80. it's taking 18 minutes to drive
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there to the commute. that's light for this time of the money. and there is a little bit of a backup at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is lighter than usual at this time. it's 5:32. let's go back to the desk thank you, sal. we do begin with more on the breaking news in the death of celebrity chef ntv host anthony bourdain. >> he was only 61 his show, parts unknown, is one of the most popular shows on cnn. he's on many other shows as well. this morning, it is confirmed anthony bourdain was found dead in a hotel in france but he was filming an upcoming episode. >> a friend found bourdain unresponsive investigators believe it was suicide. anthony bourdain, 61 years old. we will have more on this story throughout mornings on 2. 5:32. an eight-year-old child was killed. three other people were hurt. it happened in a multicar crash on northbound 680 in snow.
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>> it happened just before 12:30. just south of the calaveras road in alameda county. the chp says a -- cars were slowing down. a driver fell asleep at the wheel. that driver crashed. the child in the backseat of the toyota was killed. drugs and alcohol were not factors in the crash. free weight was closed for about 90 minutes. but it is back open this morning. san francisco police are trying to identify a man who was seen brutally kicking a homeless man. >> the surveillance video shows the suspect. he was wearing a dark suit, all the eight briefcase. he walks over to a homeless man lying on the sidewalk. and kicks him. right there. this happened two weeks ago near mcallister. in the civic center area. please are trying to find him
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now. at this point, they don't know what motivated that attack. >> based on what we know, it appears completely unprovoked. we are unaware of any prioritization between the suspect and the victim in this incident. we will do our best in this case to bring the suspect in because it's just something that we are not going to tolerate. >> that man suffered injuries on his face and head. he was treated at a hospital and then released. police say the suspect here is wearing a black beanie. he also has eyeglasses. and he has the dark suit on it. if you can help identify him, call the authorities. time is 5:34. meantime, two brothers in santa rosa are being evicted from their home. it was determined that home was a health and safety hazard. sonoma county judge put the property in receivership because of complaints and citations dating back 20 years. the brothers did not cleanup piles of junk on the property and the house was seat. it was sold for about $300,000. almost all that money will go
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to pay for the cleanup, the court costs, and the receivership fees. that loss was avoidable. >> he felt like it was his property and he could do what he wanted with it. >> i didn't realize the seriousness of the crime. i didn't believe we were at any violation because we had lived here so long. >> we could have done more cleanup. we weren't given that chance. >> one of the brother says he is ill. he is sick. he has nowhere else to go, so we would rather be arrested than leave the house. family members say they found out about the situation too late to help the brothers keep th three people in san g out fire burned their home. that fire started on was buried drive in about seven -- 7:30 let me put the fire started in
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a cluttered garage. it then spread to the second home of the -- floor of the home. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. seven people were arrested in with the biggest fireworks busts in california history. cal fire says nearly 50,000 pounds of illegal fireworks were taken. some of those from right here in the bay area. many of the fireworks came from montana or nevada, where they all -- art legal. most are fireworks that shoot in the air like you see in professional shows. cal fire says covers getting this type of illegal fireworks reduces the risk of fires starting when sparks go into trees or brush brick >> that means fewer fires, fewer injuries, fewer deaths, less property damage, and less impact to the environment including air pollution. >> here in the bay area, illegal fireworks mercy's and he would, walnut creek and oakland. >> there's a good up a date -- rning about a stolen van filled with
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dogs on their way to a dog show in vallejo. it was stolenout of the parking lot of an in-n-out restaurant. the police found the van and the dogs are safe. >> overwhelming relief for pet owners. their dogs are safe. police say they found the 14th dogs locked in a stolen van stressed, hot, thirsty, but otherwise okay. they were all checked out by veterinarians. we spoke with the van's owner, who was clearly shaken by what happened. >> this was the most horrific, scariest thing i've ever come across or been involved with. so how i'm feeling be more thankful. >> reporter: carter was headed in a dodge van like this one to the woofstock dog show. he stopped at an in-n-out burger and left the motor running. >> the air conditioning had on.
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because it was hot outside. >> reporter: within minutes, the van and the dogs were gone. police least this image of the suspect. acting on a tip thursday morning, police found the van parked in direct sunlight on a rural road. they had to break the window to get in the van. we spoke by phone with one of the dog owners from washington. >> our dogs are family. they are family members. they are family members. all i can say. they are just -- they are a part of our life. part of our hearts. >> reporter: here at woofstock, the four-day international dog show with a '60s tie-dye theme, the eat exhaustion, anything
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van says he doubts he will come here to woodstock. he says under the circumstances, he would rather just go back home. the warriors tried to finish off and brings -- bring another title back. >> the warriors lead the best- of-seven series big game four is tonight. cleveland, both teams yesterday. meeting with reported >> steve kerr took a moment reflecting back on some of the challenging moments of this past season. >> every season is very different. every journey is a new one. each season. and yet, the collective effect on mobile journeys at up and we haveat this year. i think it's been almost inconsistencies in. it's been almost difficult season. our guys since the finish it on right from the beginning of the playoffs.
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this -- defensively and that's been what has been key, i think, to get us to this point. where we are on the cusp it. -- cusp. >> this is the fourth year in a row these two teams have played each other in the nba finals. go ahead. plant it right in there, andre. while the offense gets a lot of attention, both teams know it's the defense that helps the warriors get here tonight. lebron james was asked, what makes the warriors defense so unique? >> draymond. draymond is the catalyst and the anchor for the defense. very, very smart. defensively. he knows pretty much every set and he kind of takes -- dictates their defense. >> you can't get hey, draymond. draymond green leads the
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warriors in rebounding's, steals, and blocks. tonight, the game starts waiors gad. at least four companies applied for those new permits to rent electric scooters in san francisco. city leaders ordered the companies to pull the scooters off the street until the permits are approved. it came after nearly 2000 plant about scooters locking sidewalks, streets, and driveway >> lime, bird, and. there are reports that uber submitted a request. when the scooters return to the number of scooters allowed on the streets will initially be capped at 1250 for the first six months. afte up to 2500 scooters. there will be a limit. >> all right.
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you may hear something wild. a woman from santa rosa gord in yellowstone national park by a bison. we have the latest on her condition and what caused the bison to attack. plus, it is the age-old question, are we alone in the universe? the new discovery on mars that has nasa scientists scratching their heads. we have traffic that is a little lighter than usual on a friday. san mateo bridge traffic looks good. so you may want to get out there since as you head out to the peninsula. all quiet here. it will be a warmer friday. there is a heck of a hurricane in the eastern pacific. category 3 aletta. no problems unless shifting interests.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. breaking news in san francisco. police are now at the scene of a shooting on polk street. a man was found with an apparent gunshot wound just about an hour ago. he was taken to the hospital. we are waiting word on his condition. the shooter, we understand, left the scene. this is an active and ongoing investigation. we will have more as new details come into our newsroom. 5:45. authorities and san lorenzo investigating a deadly shooting that happened last night just after 7:00 near bayberry lane and silverleaf drive. alameda county sheriff deputies rushed to reports of a man down in the street. he had been shot several scene. right now, there's no word, no descriptioinformation,
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call the alameda county sheriff's office. mcdonald's is warnings some of its employees that they could soon be out of that job. the company's president sent an email to employees, suppliers, and franchise owners this week. that email says the restructuring process means some workers will ultimately exit our system. there's no word yet on how many people will be laid off but more information is expected on tuesday when mcdonald's holds a company town hall meeting. facebook is evan dean to another privacy problem. as many as 40 million users may have unknowingly exposed their private information as part of a public post. facebook says a glitch enabled a user's post to be shared with everyone even if the user had chosen privacy restrictions. the issue happened between may 18th and may 27. facebook says it has fixed the our time is 5:46. ikea is facing out all plastic products by the year 2020. the
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only r looks like disposable plastic straws, utensils will be phased out. more companies are demanding -- banning plastics because of the impact it has on the environment. we will check in with sal. sal, it is friday. are we going to have more traffic jams? >> we are. as a matter of fact that we are going to do a theme of inspired by the warriors but maybe for everything else, to -- positive and uplifting songs that pump you up. >> nice. we need that, sal. >> we do need that. it's been a little rough keeping with the game. maybe you're going to do a workout. let's get some positive energy going. send me some positive songs. let's go out and take a look at the tracy commute. we had an accident right at the
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five 8205 interchange. it wasn't major. it's not like the accident caused the backup. the backup was already there. now there's even a bigger backup. we are not having friday lights on the tracy triangle. the rest of the commute looks better coming into 880 north and southbound. this commute is moving along nicely. and at the bay bridge, there's a better. it's slightly better than normal. backed up for about 810-15 minute delay. we will see. this is the time of the year when i was, we start seeing a drop off. a lot of schools -- this was the lack -- last week of school for many people. we should have a drop off. i want to mention one thing before i go. still no direct service to or from the devastation but because of a freight train development -- development. you should plan ahead if you're using capital corridor. or plan to steve now. usually
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listening but are puttering around the house. your theme is -- >> positive, uplifting songs that pump you up. >> okay, thank you, sir. got it. speaking of pumping up, temps today will bump up and then drop and then get right back up. we got a cool weekend here. temperatures have been hello average. they will be near average. maybe slightly above. and then they'll head up. average on sunday, monday and tuesday look to be above. and then we call it down again. san jose, 73. walnut creek 77-82. santa rosa 80. we will go 84 today. there's a lot out there. just not making any olympic so mendocino coast. seems to be an mateo coast about it. it will be back in a big way
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late tonight into my. as that system things in. for some, it will be highly one. watch out for there. west, southwest, not a big deal. travis has turned easterly at vacaville. upper 40s, low 50s. bread with 61. there are a few 40s. napa airport, 37. on the peninsula mid 40s. woodside, menlo park, stanford, los altos, los altos hills, low 52. low 50s on the coast. foster city is 52. fremont is 52. signature the ridge building in. there's your warm-up for friday. that's your saturday. that will be the cooler pattern. 60s, 70s. the city should be 66. that's exactly what we are going with today. oakland should be in the low 70s. it should be around 82 for livermore. that's where we are today. san jose should be 77. cool air on saturday. nicesunday.
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my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locafor pg&e.rk fieldman most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging. 811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california. they have called off the
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search for survivors in guatemala. death toll from a volcano's eruption is now topped 100. it was called off because it was just too dangerous out there. 200 people are still missing. the death toll went up to 109 after the most violent eruption in guatemala in 40 years. it caught a lot of people in the country by surprise. they had very little time to evacuate. however, prosecutors have demanded an investigation into whether evacuation methods were properly followed. new discoveries suggest that life might be possible on mars. nasa officials announced a new discovery made by the rover curiosity, which has been exploring the red planet. scientists say they discovered organic molecules or compounds which are the potential building blocks for life. it's the best evidence they found so far. we've had organic molecules in rocks from the ancient lakeside park from life.
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we don't know that there was everett life on mars. >> the curiosity rover has also confirmed sharp seasonal increases of methane in the martian atmosphere. researchers say they can't rule out a biological source like here on where methane typically comes from animal and plant life as well as the environment itself. 5:55. there's a new stanley cup champion in hockey. the washington capitals. they beat las vegas 4-3. >> he scores! >> the capitals won game five of the stanley cup finals in las vegas. they clinched that the series four games to one. alex won. that honor is given to the postseason's most valuable player. people in the streets celebrating that big stanley cup win rick a sea of red filled more than four city
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blocks outside capital one arena, marking the capital of the nation's first title in the franchise's body for year history. you have people climbing trees and light poles showing their excitement. we are not hearing about any arrests so far this morning. stadium goes from a football venue to a golf course. this is the second year of the event. there are nine holes scattered across the stadium. transforming football themes and baseball parks into golf courses. there's a lot of talk about younger people aren't taking up it's expensive. maybe they are trying to get some popularity back a bit. 5:56. the race becomes -- ford san francisco's new mayor gets even closer. we still don't know. the race that has been reduced down to mark leno and london
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breed. president trump off to canada for the annual g7 summit. more on his international trip days before that planned meeting with north korea. good morning. we do have traffic that is slightly lighter than usual on some commute. and just as slow as normal on others. we will sort it out for you straight ahead. if you're going golfing, rather windy this week. it will be warmer as well.
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>> announcer: this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for waking up with us. friday morning. >> yes, it's -- >> we made it! june 8, i'm pam cook . >> steve paulson made it, too. he has your forecast for friday morning. >> it's warmer today. >> and then down. and then up. >> that's correct. thank you. let's go to sell now. my work is done. >> your work is done. suspect just a little bit of fog on the san mateo coast. sunny and warmer. you know those two. near normal temps. it's itching. it's raring to go.
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it will need a little help. really having us a big cooldown saturday. for most today, it will be warmer. certainly inland and around the bay. there is an onshore breeze at sfo. hayward and oakland have turned easterly. that's the first time we've seen that this week. 40s for napa. even sunnyvale at 49. low 50s open at 51 degrees. and there are many 40s as well towards the santa clara valley. 44 in felton. 46 in campbell park cupertino and santa clara 50. what attempts bumped up a little bit. they are still pretty cool. 51-54. i will warm everyone up to where they should be.a friday. and the traffic is -- >> it's about moderate. it's not as busy as


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