tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX June 10, 2018 7:00am-10:00am PDT
good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. i am clotting wall. >> good morning, i am frank malik coat. this is making headlines this morning, president trump is in singapore preparing for the historic summit with north korea. >> he arrived a short time ago, there he is coming off air force one. we will have more on this meeting later. it is a back-and-forth as the numbers continue to come in, the san francisco mayor race is too close to call. >> how about that, there is a new leader in the tally and when we could have a final decision, coming up.
and airbnb is building a pilot program for disaster relief. first, let us talk about the weather because it is a beautiful morning this morning and a beautiful day yesterday. a little cool, a little breezy, winds will die down, a beautiful day coming our way, turning hot inland as we go into the business we -- businessweek. partly cloudy, mostly clear skies and temperatures cooler due to all of the clear skies out there. yesterday we had a lot of cloud cover that insulated us just a bit. temperatures in the 50s right now, 50 in santa rosa, 53 in oakland. livermore and san jose mid-50s as well. here's a look at the temperature changes, you can see how much cooler we are in areas like napa and santa rosa.
done by 5 in hayward and 10 by livermore. those temperatures will flip and as we go into the second part of the day there is a warm- up coming our way. partly cloudy skies, mid-and high-level clouds. that is about it, we should have lots of sunshine for today. this is a look at the forecast for santa rosa. around 8 am we rebound quickly. 50 seven by 8 am, then the 60s and 70s and the upper 70s to near 80s. afternoon highs expected here we will have temperatures in the mid-to upper 70s for warmer locations. temperatures will continue to climb as we go into monday, tuesday, and wednesday. >> thank you rosemary. this weekend, president trump is predicting that he will know in the first few minutes if north korean leader, kim jong un, is serious about negotiating a nuclear deal. >> all eyes are on this historic summit, president
trump and kim jong un are both in singapore. the president a row of about 90 minutes ago and kim jong un a few hours ago. reporter lauren blanchard is among the 3000 journalists from around the world that have gone to singapore to cover the summit . >> reporter: a one-time shot, a mission of peace, those are just some of the ways the president trump is this -- describing tuesday's meeting with the north korean leader. >> it is a great opportunity for peace, lasting peace and prosper verity. >> reporter: president trump acknowledging the magnitude of what will happen. in two days he will become the first sitting american president to meet his north korean counterpart face to face this is a historic meeting with a more unprecedented goal, getting the regime to abandon the country's nuclear projects. president trump believes that kim jong un could be the one to extend the discussion.
>> we will not have the opportunity again, it will not be there again. i really believe he will do something positive for his people >> reporter: early on, administration officials stressed the importance of staying clear. past regimes have gone back on promises to an nuclear ambitions. vice president mike pence speaking to a conference saturday night points out that this north korean regime has already made several acts of good faith. >> they participated in the olympics, north korea suspended all nuclear and ballistic missile testing with no concessions from the united states. north korea released three american hostages. >> reporter: security is already tight here with both president trump and kim jong un arriving well ahead of their scheduled summit. now, all eyes are on singapore with that face-to-face meeting in less than 36 hours. in singapore, lauren blanchard, fox news. >> while president trump prepares to meet with kim jong un, tension grows between the president and our allies.
he cut the g7 summit short but as he departed he posted several tweets criticizing the canadian prime minister. he said that just introduced acted so meek and mild during the meetings only to give a meeting after saying that u.s. tariffs were insulting and he will not be pushed around. very dishonest and weak. our tariffs are in response to his up 270% on dairy. returned to san francisco where election officials are hard at work trying to determine the outcome of the mayor race. >> election officials say they will be back to work today as they continue to tabulate the ballots. the new -- the latest numbers show that london breed has a slight edge over former state senator, mark leno, 108,000 ballots have been counted so far, breed has slightly more
than 50%. >> she is leading by 498 pallets. >> we will check in with ktvu's lee martinez who joins us live in front of the san francisco city hall. >> reporter: frank, this is a long and exciting process. workers have been counting votes since the election on tuesday and they are located in the basement of city hall. they have been doing extended hours since the tuesday election and they still are not done accounting yet. mark leno had a lead, a slim lead over london breed in the race to become mayor. on thursday, leno was ahead by 255 votes. by friday his lead had sunk to 544 and by saturday the lead evaporated. at 4 pm, breed had overtaken gaining a 498 low advantage. the san francisco department of elections reveals the breeds lead is wider than the one that
leno held over the past two days and they are on round nine of the count. >> we will see more numbers as far as results and sunday we will have large numbers as well. >> reporter: 23,000 votes were tallied and the counting continues. approximately 42,000 ballots still need to be processed. with such a narrow margin both campaigns have said it is important that every vote counts. they did have high voter turnout and we are told the representatives from both campaigns have been here at the department of elections to observe the counting process. they are making sure every vote is counted towards the appropriate candidate. >> you have to feel for those candidates who are sitting on pins and needles wondering what will happen. >> we have several more days to wait. lee martinez reporting live from san francisco, thanks so much. once again, the golden state warriors, you've got to
let them cheer for a second. they have earned it, they captured the larry o'brien championship trophy for the third time in four years. it is their own in a sweep of the cavaliers and they have gone back to back. >> reporter: [ crowd chanting ] -- >> [ crowd chanting ] >> that travels really well and the lawyers -- warriors landed back in oakland yesterday there is steph curry carrying the large gold trophy followed by kevin durant, the mvp and his mvp trophy, they have champagne cooking as well, they were greeted by a large crowd at the oakland international airport and they are now prepping for the biggest party of them all, the parade on tuesday. meanwhile, warrior fans said they could not be happier about the sweep. >> i think we like it. lots of them willing to stand
in long lines to show their pride in the hometown heroes, ktvu's , alyssa harrington, has more on the celebration. >> reporter: it is a great day to be a warriors fan. >> it was awesome when i saw the game. >> super happy. >> reporter: after sweeping the cavaliers fans were in such a great mood that they did not mind the long lines outside the team store. it took up to 45 minutes just to get inside to get some warriors championship gear. >> i have to come get the hat, i need it. >> can't wait for the back to back to back. >> reporter: fans lined up as early as 11 am outside signature aviation in oakland to welcome the team home. dante smith brought some of these little members, 11-month- old riley and jordan. >> reporter: did you watch the games with your kids? >> we did, we stayed up late. >> reporter: who is your favorite player. >> javon green.
>> reporter: tony mayfield spent two weeks designing a championship belt. >> they will be a great team, a team to be and i do not see anyone beating them for the next two years. >> reporter: their plane landed shortly after 4 pm and stuff and kevin durant led -- stephan curry and kevin durant led the way carrying the trophy. >> going into the second half of the game with the lead and knowing that the warriors can turn it up in the 3rd quarter, i just knew that it was ours, i knew it would happen. they did not disappoint. >> reporter: the warriors victory parade will happen on tuesday. mayor libby schaaf said the messages, come for the parade, stay for oakland, she hopes that people will try restaurants and visit local businesses why they are there. in oakland, ktvu fox 2 news. oakland is getting good having these championship parades. this parade will be tuesday and
you only have a few more days to figure out where you will get the best seat. there will be a big difference to this year's parade, instead of holding a rally after the parade, the team will instead have an interactive parade. officials say that means that fans will have a chance to celebrate up close with players, coaches, legends, and staff during the parade. you can bring banners but no more than 18 inches long because you do not want to block anyone else's view. >> everyone will want to watch. the parade route will start at 11 am at 11th street and broadway. goes up broadway and then turns right on 20th over to harrison and then lakeside drive and it will end on oak and 13th, it got me choked up. >> if you are not a fan of crowds and you want to see the pride -- parade but cannot make it you can watch it live on ktvu here and on facebook live.
the parade begins at 11 am, we will start coverage at 10 am tuesday morning. we have talked about how the rally was such a big deal, really, those people stretched so far back. maybe they can interact during the parade route. >> a thing for the players as well, they probably want to get going, let's go to the parade and say hello to everyone and everything has been said but it should be fun come tuesday at 11 am. coming up next at 7:12 am, two large fires are burning in northern california this morning. >> we tell you how many acres. and usc students show their support for woman whose complaints about a school doctor were ignored, more on that, coming up. america runs on dunkin'. ♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪
go into the next few days. a beautiful afternoon in store, we have a look at the temperatures for today and ahead, coming up. is president trump prepares for the historic summit with kim jong un, another world leader is announcing he is also open to talks. russian president, vladimir putin, says he is ready to meet with president trump and wants washington to hold the u.s. russia summit. latimer putin says he shares the concerns about a renewed arms race. he has a call for the improved relations with the kremlin and there are reports that there is a summit in the works. the coast guard rescued three boaters stranded, the boaters called the coast guard around 11:30 am yesterday after their 19 foot boat became disabled. by the time crews arrived the boat was close to shore acquiring immediate action.
decreasing water depth force the coast guard to retreat so they eventually had to bring in another boat that was able to navigate the waters and rescue the other stranded men. it is 7:15 am, the midwest is due -- dealing with severe weather. northern iowa facing flooding, take a look, a powerful thunderstorm rolled through the region on saturday triggering flash floods and tornado warnings. some areas received .5 a foot on friday alone. in mason city, iowa, in the north central portion of the state, emergency teams are going door-to-door checking on residence and encouraging them to evacuate due to the rising waters. the time is 7:16 am, we will take a look at the weather, i could not help when it was cool yesterday to think the change was coming. if you like the cold weather i hope you enjoyed it. temperatures will warm up for today. 3-6 degrees or so. you might notice it as we go into the business week you will definitely notice how it warms
up. there is a view of the east bay hills. we are looking at blue skies this morning, partly cloudy, high clouds across the bay area. winds will not be as strong so if they were gusty expected breeze but not as bad as yesterday. we do have a system out on the east. there it is right there, it brought cloud cover and result in cooler weather in the afternoon. we now have high pressure that will strengthen over the bay area. as it does will take our temperatures up. this is a view, a few mid- and high-level clouds out there, a bit of patchy fog and we are looking at mostly sunny skies and the winds looking bearable. onshore breeze at fairfield at 6, a southerly wind in concord at 6 and nevada reporting 12. 54 degrees for oakland, right now we have 51 to start the day in san francisco 52 in napa and injuries bay. 53 in livermore.
this is down a few degrees from yesterday and that has to do with the clear skies. with the sunshine out there temperatures will rebound and we have a beautiful day coming. if you are going to the coliseum for the game, that is start at 1:05 pm, 70 degrees expected. a westerly breeze at 15 miles per hour. lots of sunshine, have the sunblock and the water ready. this is a look at the afternoon highs. 80 degrees for napa, 75 for san rafael. in her east bay 79 for antioch and concord. temperatures will be in the 60s on the other side of the bay as well as pacifica. that is into san francisco. south bay locations for the afternoon, 75 in san jose, 76 for los gatos, here is a look at the extended forecast. a notable jump comes our way as
we go into the bay area monday. 10-15 degrees warmer in the end, hotter on tuesday, back into the mid-90s. we begin a cooldown relatively speaking on wednesday because we would still be in the 90s inland. it gets even better thursday. >> as long as they evenings are >> yes the cooldown in the evenings is nice. it is tough to sleep when it is really warm. >> thanks rosemary. spotted, two people that look a lot like president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, they are seen holding hands at a singapore restaurant. >> we have seen impersonators before and impersonators of the leaders are not letting this weekend passed by. we wonder if it is the same people that we saw at the olympics. the pair of look-alikes delighted crowds in singapore over the weekend. they visited chili crab, one of singapore's prized delicacies, they were given original crab
dishes made in the likeness of the actual world leaders. that is as much as you can make a crime look like someone. customers flocked to the table for photos as the two impersonators waiting on the summit for this week. >> i will take some of the crap back to north korea with me. i think we can solve the problem with crab. what you think? >> this is a great way to get to know one another and hopefully some good things will come out of the summit. >> i think he had to hit a tanning salon. >> they are really good. >> the real president trump and kim jong un are scheduled to meet on tuesday. >> i imagine they will catch a few eyes. that is awesome. coming up next, two victims caught up in vault -- volcanic activity in hawaii. we talk about the shelters that are being built. airbnb is taking steps to help people before disaster strikes, we have more on their pilot relief program, we will tell you about that when we come back.
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officials that heard the complaints and did not take action. the university never took action against the doctor or notified officials about the complaints. the university set up a special hotline for those that want to report more behavior. so far they have received more than 400 calls. the university president arranged for george tyndall to leave the president in 2016 but still did not notify medical officials. the president has resigned and the school is being sued. tomorrow the sonoma county board of supervisors will hear how they could've been more prepared for the firestorm last year. they asked for a response so they could prepare for other disasters. government employees felt undertrained and overwhelmed. workers were frustrated by what they called unreasonable
expectations by the board. the paper reports that county leaders said they were shut out early response efforts and that made communication with the public more difficult. the county review recommends that the county strengthen training requirements and clarify the roles of elected officials and workers during disasters. the paper says there are recommendations to hire more emergency management workers and create a new alert program to notify the public in emergencies airbnb plans to build a database of san jose residents willing to share their homes for free during emergencies. the short-term rental company is teaming up with the city for this new pilot program that comes after last year's flooding along coyote creek that force 14,000 people out of their homes. airbnb wants to be able to quickly connect people that are displaced by disasters with local homeowners. people willing to offer up space in their home during emergencies will be able to sign up on a registry. airbnb has a similar program to help people after a disaster already happens. this new program is designed to be more proactive. a san mateo county supervisor is calling for a ban on gun shows at the cow palace
as the gun show is currently underway at that facility. the company from utah, crossroads of the west, is wrapping up a two day gun show at the palace today. this is less than one week after county supervisors voted unanimously to support state legislation that would allow gun shows. the cow palace is owned and operated by the state agricultural department, state supervisor, david can he putt, says the state should not profit from the sale of guns. he has been working with state lawmakers to ban the sale of guns or ammunition at the cow palace. an exemption would be made for gun buyback programs by law enforcement officials. the family of anthony bourdain is speaking out. >> what they had to say about how his shocking death in france happened and how they are coping. a twist in the san francisco's mayor race, london breed takes the lead over mark
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nearly 7:30 am, i am frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. checking out the weather, it looks gorgeous, sunshine and warm. yes, mother nature, no matter the season she will keep us guessing and that is why you need me, i am here to tell you that we have a fabulous day coming our way. mostly sunny skies, a live look across the bay as we look towards the golden gate bridge. mid-and high-level clouds, a bit of fog, mostly sunny for the afternoon and temperatures will be warmer. we go to the 80s inland and it will be nice. this is a view with beautiful blue skies, 50 in santa rosa, mid-50s in san francisco. 54 in oakland, livermore and san jose in the 50s as well. temperatures are cooler due to clear skies, we are down by 10 degrees, napa and santa rosa done by 5 as well as mountain view. as we go into the second part of the morning and early
afternoon the temperatures will rebound and again we are looking at a warm-up for your bay area sunday. winds are generally light. a variable wind expected. north flow in place and temperatures look like this, 71 in oakland, if you are going to the a's game, 65 in san francisco. the warmer spots, 81 for santa rosa, 81 in fairfield, 80 in antioch and in the south bay a beautiful 75 and mostly sunny and san jose. temperatures will continue to climb as we go into the business week. the inland areas will eventually get back into the 90s. i will show you when and how long it is expected to last in just a little bit. >> thanks rosemary. the election for san francisco's next mayor is still going. >> five days and counting, election officials are working
hard to find out who won the race. the board of supervisors president, london breed, has a slight edge over former state senator, mark leno, slight, more than 189,000 ballots have been counted thus far, london breed has more than 50% of the vote by a hair, she leads leno by just 498 ballots. >> city election officials have been working around the clock since tuesday and that will continue again today. >> ktvu's, lee martinez, joins us outside city hall with the latest on what has been a wild week for those candidates. >> reporter: definitely wild, there was quite a huge voter turnout and workers have been working on extended hours trying to get these count out. these two candidates are separated by less than 500 votes. things could change again today. mark leno had a slim lead over london breed in the race to become san francisco's next mayor on thursday. leno was ahead by 255 votes. by friday, his lead had sunk to 144. i saturday, the lead had evaporated. numbers released at 4 pm saturday showed that london breed had overtaken getting a
498 vote advantage over her opponent. the san francisco department of election revealed the breeds lead is wider than the one that leno held over the past two days and they are on round nine of the counts. >> we are opening the ballots and pulling them out and we will see more numbers with results, sunday will be large numbers as well. >> reporter: 23,000 votes were tallied and counting continues. approximately 42,000 ballots still need to be processed. in a statement to ktvu on saturday evening, karen moriarty, director of communications for london breed, told us, we feel enuraged as we have seen progress each day since the election, wever there are more than 40,000 ballots left to be counted. wi such a razor thin margin we know that every vote will matter. the department of elections has been working tyler as they to ensure -- tirelessly to ensure the integrity of the cow and we
are impressed with their thoroughness. mark leno's campaign give a statement that read in part, we are encouraged by early returns and we hope to take today to celebrate your hard work that got us here. representatives from both the leno and london breed campaign have been here at the department observing the count making sure that every vote is counted and that those votes are going to the appropriate candidates. again, we are expecting another response today from the department of elections, they have been giving us updates around 4 pm every afternoon. we are expecting more numbers to come out today and who knows what those numbers will show this time. >> with 40,000 more ballots to go through do they have some idea of when they will know who won? >> reporter: last time i spoke with the director of elections on friday he was saying that he was hoping to get a lot of the
counts and bigger numbers over the weekend. they hope to get a lot more processed on sunday. sunday was supposed to be a big day. it really is still anyone's race. it will be interesting to see what happens today. we will go in there and hopefully the doors will open at 8 am and we will be allowed to check things out. >> they had the provisional ballots scheduled. leigh martinez, thanks for the report. in international news, both president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, have arrived in singapore ahead of the tuesday summit. >> airport -- air force one touchdown two hours ago, president trump said this unprecedented face-to-face meeting is kim jong un's one time shot for working with the west to ensure lasting peace and prosperity for his country, north korea. the high-stakes meeting is scheduled for tuesday morning singapore time, or monday around 6 am pacific. -- 6 pm pacific. >> kim jong un was the first to
arrive and this is only his third time leaving north korea following his father's death in 2011. while the trump administration wants the pyongyang government to and the nuclear program, kim jong un is seeking security assurances along with economic relief and a formal end to the korean war. security analysts say that singapore logistically is a prime location to host such a summit. it is viewed as a neutral country and is shouldering some of the cost for the summit. >> reporter: is staying at a singaporean owned hotel and refused to stay at any western hotels. concrete barricades have been set up near the entrances and expert's predict there will not be many protests. singapore is plucked in -- plugged in technology wise but they have strict laws. the summit will be held at a third hotel. president trump is staying elsewhere. attorneys for the campaign
manager for president trump are denying allegations against paul manaft. >> there are changes by the special counsel to have paul manafort taken back into custody. >> reporter: paul manafort was facing more than two dozen charges for financial crimes and for his work lobbying on behalf of foreign governments. he is now facing charges of obstruction for tampering with witnesses. this week he was accused of contacting two former business associates who he believes would speak about his lobbying work in the ukraine and would attempt to persuade them on what they could tell investigators. mueller's team filed these charges in part to have manafort taken into custody while the place case out. -- plays out. they say that this conjures a sinister plot to corruptly persuade two of mr. manafort's former business associates to perjure themselves at the upcoming trial in september. the new charge of what is tampering made by the special
counsel should be seen for what it is, an attempt to derail the modified conditions of release at the 11th hour. the latest charges, like the others that manafort faces are for alleged crimes that took place before his work on president trump's campaign. as he departed the white house, the president was asked if he is considering pardons for his personal attorney, michael cohen and paul manafort. they have not been convicted of anything, there is nothing to pardon, it is far too early to be thinking about that. >> reporter: in the latest court filings mueller steam but -- brought charges against a russian national who worked with manafort in ukraine lobbying on behalf of the pro- russian government group. he is not expected to show up in court as he is believed to be in russia, the kremlin will not extradite him back to the u.s. to face trial. in washington, gary tenney, fox news. two of the largest active fires in california are burning west and northwest of chico. the apple fire has destroyed eight structures, five homes and 2500 acres off apple road.
it is 60% contained. the second blaze is the chrome fire burning near the community of oak creek in glenn county. a short time ago, cal fire announced it grew from 2200 acres to 2240 acres. containment went up from 30 to 35%. it began yesterday afternoon and has destroyed one home. the sheriff's office issued an advisory evacuation. residents that do not leave now are told that they should be prepared to evacuate at a moments notice. strong winds are fanning both of those fires. a brush fire in marin county is now fully contain. it started yesterday on san rafael hill, about 12 acres burned and the smoke could be seen from highway 101. traffic was not affected. no one was hurt, no homes or buildings were burned, the cause of that fire is under investigation. a fire at a piece of restaurant in fremont is also under investigation, it started last night at shakers pizza on thorton avenue. it was sent to us by ktvu
viewer, nick townsend, the flames are shooting to the roof, we called the fire department this morning to get more details on the fire, we are still waiting to hear back. mountain view police are asking for help to find a 14 year old boy that has been missing for one week. police say that brandon rivera was last seen in palo alto last weekend, he is described as 5 feet 8 inches and weighs 140 pounds. he was last seen wearing a white nike teacher, black shorts -- t-shirt, black shorts, and black shoes. if you have information call mountain view police. a soccer exhibition turned into a brawl, the fight involved more than 100 people, at least five people were hospitalized including one person that suffered major head injuries after getting stabbed, this featured two teams visiting from mexico, the brawl broke out between live vote -- rival fans outside the lodi grape bowl stadium. fans of each squad were released separately to avoid further
fighting. there is a shortage of wheelchair accessible taxicabs in san francisco. the rise of rideshare companies like uber and lyft led to the decline of number of wheelchair accessible options in the city. according to the examiner that san francisco municipal transportation agency is considering a plan to give incentives to cabdrivers that add wheelchair ramps to their cabs. the city would help to pay for the ramps and would give taxi drivers a monthly stipend to maintain them if they follow the fami of anthony ements. bourdain is opening up about his shocking suicid his 83-year-old mother, gladys saturday andcalled him an on incredible guy, brilliant, sharp, and funny. she cannot imagine he would kill himself, they say it is difficult for the family as they cope with the death. they say that anthony bourdain used a bathrobe belt to hang
himself sometime between late thursday night and early friday morning. anthony bourdain and a friend were in france filming a show. they had dined at a popular restaurant just days earlier. >> we were talking to each other about the food and wine and the pairing that we did. everything was fine and working right. >> a memorial has been treated outside the manhattan restaurant where anthony bourdain was previously an executive chef. toxicology tests are being conducted to determine if he had drugs in his system. friend say that he had a grueling tv production schedule and was exhausted. >> tough week losing kate spade and anthony bourdain. it is 7:42 am, and an entire city powered by the sun. >> we will tell you where this self-sustaining place exists. a new champion dollops into the record books, more on the triple crown renner -- winner and the horse that came in second, coming up.
good morning, happy sunday fun day, a beautiful start to the day. beautiful skies, warmer today as a warming trend begins, eventually the in the nares will be back in the 90s, we will look at the extended forecast, coming up. champion resource, justify, galloped into the record books winning the triple crown. >> announcer: he is just perfect, now he is just immortal, justify is the 13th triple crown winner! >> don't you love the call, you have to love the call! justify won the kentucky derby, the preakness and then the belmont stakes in new york. he burst onto the scene in
february with his first race ever. just 77 days before the derby. there are more than 90,000 spectators at the beaumont yesterday. justifies jockey said that the horse never flinched. >> it was an unbelievable fee on his part and it was just tremendous to get done doing what we just did, i am extremely excited and blessed and i cannot tell you, this is just amazing. >> justifies trainer also train the last triple crown winner, american pharaoh, in 2015. finishing second in the belmont was gronkowski, he is named after and partly owned by new england patriots and titan, rob gronkowski. i bet everyone in boston love that. he came in second, that was impressive. onto baseball, the is and wills combined for only 8 hits
and 2 runs, each team had 4 hits but it was casey that had both of the runs, oakland falls in a shutout. danny duffy saw 7 innings, no run ball, ryan goings goes back over the shoulder and slides, nice catch, down 1-0, the royals had a lead in the 9th inning and alex gordon says see you later. that is the ballgame and matt chapman had 3 hits in a losing effort. casey wins it. 2-0. no love for the giants, inside the capitals they inspired the nationals to a 7-5 winner. they brought the silver trophy, alex ovechkin, with first pitch honors, that would take 2, his first pitch went into the stands. i guess he should stick to hockey. the nationals built a 5 run lead. nick hundley let it go, it was out of there. a ballgame at 5-3. then there is bryce harper, the ball leaves in a hurry and that is his 19th in the giants fall in dc, the final, 7-5.
the time is 7:47 am, we will go over to rosemary orozco for a check on how the weather is changing and heating up. yes, a warm-up coming our way, it will be gorgeous. inland areas will eventually get hot, yesterday it was cool and breezy, not only breezy here but also breezy in lake tahoe where they had a lake wind advisory. take a look at this. >> oh my gosh! >> this was sent to us from coop over in the tahoe area, this is the east bay shore, the nevada side. >> how is that possible? >> that is amazing. >> we were talking about the lake wind advisory yesterday, it went on all day and apparently these waves were 4 feet or so and just enough for them to do some surfing. that is gorgeous! no liquid advisory today, temperatures will be in the 60s in lake tahoe, a beautiful we can store as we go to the days ahead. for us, it will be warmer, monday and tuesday will be some of the hottest, we
begin a slight cooldown as we go into wednesday for inland cities. that is for people that typically want the most, it will come on thursday. the system that brought us the cooler weather, the drizzle in the morning, the breezy conditions pushing off to the east. high pressure will strengthen behind it and as it does, our temperatures will warm. we are partly cloudy skies, mid- and high-level clouds in the forecast for the afternoon. it should be gorgeous out there and the winds are generally variable and light. we expect them to turn on a little bit more as we go into the second part of the day, not as breezy as yesterday. temperature wise we are in the 50s this morning. 50s and livermore, 50 in walnut creek, 51 in san francisco, 54 at half moon bay. mid-50s to start your day in san jose. for some, temperatures are cooler this morning, or for most i should say. temperatures will rebound in the next hour or so and this is what we will see for the afternoon. mid-70s to low 80s.
81 for santa rosa, 71 in san rafael. at the coast, cool, 60 degrees in pacifica. mid-60s in san francisco, mid- to upper 70s and 60s for the east bayshore and 81 for brentwood. south bay and san jose 75. 76 in los gatos and 73 in santa cruz. the warriors parade will be on tuesday, it will be gorgeous out there. we will start with partly sunny and partly cloudy skies around 9 am in the 60s. people will already be on their way out i am sure to line up. by around 11 am when the parade begins, 70 degrees. if you are hanging around it will be a little warm in the afternoon, it'll be about 77 in the downtown oakland area under mostly sunny skies. it should be a great day. that is a look at the extended
forecast, the warming trend continues into tuesday. upper 60s at the coast, low 80s around the bay. mid-90s in line, that is hot, then temperatures begin to fall on wednesday. better cooling expected on thursday. >> i will give you a thumbs up. >> i like it >> thanks rosemary. developers in florida are building a solar powered city. >> it is being called america's first self-sustaining city totally powered by the sun. reporter, phil keating, gives us a look at what developers say is the city of the future. >> almost all of the boxes are undone, we are figuring out what we need furniture wise. >> reporter: jasmine, josh, and justin and elliott are only a few days into their home on a lake at the city of the future, babcock ranch near fort myers. it has a massive solar power farm generating nearly 100% of their electric needs. this is billed as the country's first solar city with a low carbon footprint, a new school, electric subtle buses, acute townsquare with shops, and an emphasis on the environment and preservation. >> to be a part of a community of everyone that cares and wants that for them him and not only for themselves but also for their children and grandchildren.
>> reporter: eight developers are building homes and they are selling. eventually there will be 20,000 homes. this is a unique creation of a 45,000 person small city. >> when you come in and first see the natural areas. >> reporter: developer sid kitson, a former nfl lineman planned his 18,000 acre vision to be fully self-sustaining one day. >> the most environmentally responsible, sustainable, new town that has ever been developed. it is the first solar powered town in america and we are proud of this. >> reporter: the urban planner, john will slogger, says all cities could be as green as babcock ranch. the advantage here is that the vision and concept came before the homes and people. >> if you look to the distant future it will be a necessity if we want to have a good life in the future we have to think sustainably. >> reporter: since he lives and works here, he has a pollution free commute. >> the shoulder -- >> reporter: the solar charged shuttles will have no drivers
and the ranch has 150 homes under contract, less than 1% of its future, but because of the sun the future will be self- sustaining, phil keating, fox news. >> how interesting! >> no pg&e bill, i would like that. >> app i could get on board as well. 7:53 am, new evacuation orders. >> coming up, the leading on the devastation caused by guatemala's volcano, straightahead. (soufootnd of ep
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more evacuations have been ordered due to new lava flow from the guatemala volcano. it has been one week since the volcano erupted killing 110 people with 200 still missing. the official search for the missing was suspended again yesterday because it was determined to be too dangerous. in some areas, families continue to search on their own . volunteers and why are building temporary housing for people whose homes were destroyed by the lava there. >> the project was just an idea last week to 200 volunteers came together over the weekend to make this happen. 20 transitional homes are being built on land owned by a church. the land and building materials and everything else needed to build the homes has all been donated. the goal is to have homes ready for families and seniors to move in by next friday.
>> it takes a community and a village to get this done. one weeks time, who would imagine all of this coming together. >> reporter: some people in other communities on the big island say that they still feel uneasy. a curfew has been lifted in the leilani estates community for people who are not affected by the lava flow, one woman says she still does not feel safe being at home. >> we have been cleaning the roof off, there is just rock and ash inundating the property. the water quality, the air quality, they just are not safe . >> more than 600 homes had been destroyed by the lava from the kilauea volcano since early last month. coming up, we are still waiting on the votes, all of them to be tallied. >> it has been five days and we let you know how many ballots are left to count before we find out who will be the next new mayor of san francisco. the key players are here and the countdown is on, i am
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welcome back to mornings on 2 weekend, there is a look at the transamerica building as we look across the san francisco bay on this gorgeous sunday. it is warming up nicely . if yesterday was cool for you, you should've enjoyed it, it will be getting warmer. it is sunday, june 10, i am claudine wong. >> happy weekend, good morning, i am frank mallicoat. more on the forecast in a moment, first, some headlines and all eyes on singapore where president trump touchdown one hour or two ago for historic meeting with kim jong un. >> they will meet tuesday morning, this will be the first time the sitting u.s. president has met with the north korean leader, we will have more on the summit. back here at home, the san francisco mayoral race is up in the air. it has been days since tuesday and there is a new front runner. >> mark leno has suppressed london breed but only -- surpassed london breed, make
that london breed has surpassed marc leno by the fewest numbers. >> do you want to put a smile on a child's face while in the hospital? this could be as simple as a box of cramps. >> -- crayons. >> about thousands of crayons, they are mass-producing for children across the u.s. and we will tell you how it got started but first, we will pull in rosemary and talk about this sunday, it is a gorgeous day. >> i agree, 60s on the coast, 80s and then. take your pick, mostly sunny skies to start, high clouds overhead, mostly sunny for the afternoon as well, winds will come down, i expect us to have a breeze for the afternoon but not as bad as yesterday. looking across the bay into san francisco, a gorgeous start. with all of the clear skies temperatures are a bit cooler this morning. that is okay, we are going to
rebound fairly quickly. temperatures right now 58 in santa rosa, 57 san francisco, oakland 54 and livermore, san jose 59. when we started the morning temperatures were chilly by about 10 degrees lower. the temperatures are getting a little bit closer. minus 4 in concord, -5 in napa and -6 in livermore, a bit cooler than yesterday but we do have the sunshine and the wind is not as strong. it will feel good if you are getting out for a sunday morning breakfast. this is a look at the winds, san jose 10 miles per hour or so with the north flow setting up for the day ahead. looking at the forecast for santa rosa, starting in the 50s and by about lunchtime low 70s and for the second part of the day mostly sunny skies and low 80s expected, it will be nice.
this is a view of the afternoon highs, 80 for napa, 76 for the inner east bay of livermore, closer to the water we have 71 in oakland for the a's game, 65 in san francisco and 60 in pacifica. these people are enjoying the 70s and low 80s and will eventually be in the 90s. we look at the extended forecast in just a bit. >> thanks rosemary. out to san francisco where election officials are hard at work trying to determine the outcome of the san francisco mayoral race. election officials say they will be back at work today as they continue to count the ballots. the latest numbers released show the board of supervisors president, london breed, has a slight edge over former state senator, mark leno for mayor with 189,000 ballots counted so far. london breed has slightly more than 50% of the vote. after all of those have been counted london breed leads mark leno by 498 ballots. we will go out to leigh martinez live at city hall with more on what has been one crazy week for both candidates, right? >> reporter: yes, the director of elections said that they could be done counting the mail in ballots by tomorrow night, but there is a possibility that they could have to wait until tuesday to finally get the
final count. they do still have 14,000 provisional ballots that have to be verified and then counted . mark leno did have a slim lead over london breed in the race to become the city's next mayor . on thursday leno was ahead by 255 votes. by friday, his lead had shrunk to 144, by saturday, the lead evaporated. numbers released at 4 pm saturday, london breed had overtaken getting a 498 vote advantage over her opponent. both campaign teams have observers at the elections office to make sure that every single vote is credited to the correct candidate. >> they are observing us in shifts, 10 people will come from one campaign, 10 from another, they will stay for 1-2 hours then 10 more come and replace the first 10. >> reporter: the latest news that is posted on the website, the department of elections says that they will randomly
select a minimum of 6 precincts for ballot cards to be manually tallied. that drawing will take place on june 14 and the selection of the precincts is done using 3 10 sided dice. that is the latest news on their website, we have a couple of calls and emails into the department of elections here to see if we can get in and see how the process is going. the two candidates are only separated by less than 500 votes . those numbers could change again. back to you. >> i bet they will. we thank you for that we martinez. on to the big story in singapore. president trump predicted he will know within the first few minutes if north korean leader kim jong un is serious about a nuclear deal. >> all eyes are on the historic son between the u.s. and north korea, both president trump and kim jong un are in singapore, kim jong un met with singapore's prime minister and reporter lauren blanchard is
among the 3000 journalists from instantly -- singapore to cover the summit. >> reporter: president trump hit north korean counterparts and the respective entourages have all arrive preparing to make history. >> reporter: the stage is set, singapore is ready to host an international meeting that too many seemed impossible not to long ago. the tuesday summit will be the first ever in person meeting between the sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader. >> it is unknown territory in the truest sense. >> reporter: kim jong un arrived sunday afternoon escorted by a police motor kind followed by a meeting -- motorcade followed by a meeting with the singapore prime minister. president trump touched on a few hours later just before 8:30 pm local time. security in singapore ahead of the summit is reflecting the magnitude of the event, the luxury hotel where the summit is taking place is locked down. surrounding streets are barricaded. visitors were told ahead of
time to expect bag checks and security checkpoints. this summit was first billed as a one and done meeting to discuss north korean denuclearization. president trump has signaled that the session could be more of a meet and greet raising the possibility of more summits. >> wouldn't it be wonderful if we walked out and everything was settled all of the sudden after just sitting down, i see it happening over a period of time. >> reporter: on monday president trump will meet with the singaporean prime minister. 9 am tuesday which is 6 pm monday night on the west coast, the u.s. and north korean summit, decades in the making. in singapore, lauren blanchard, ktvu fox 2. while president trump prepares to meet with kim jong un, more tensions rise between the president and allies as he cut short his appearance at the g7
summit in canada to fly to singapore. when he departed he got on singapore posting several tweets criticizing the canadian
high minister saying that justin trudeau of canada acted so meek and mild during our g7 meeting only to give a news conference after i left
saying that u.s. tariffs were kind of insulting and he will not be pushed around. very dishonest and weak. our tariffs are in response to his of 270% on dairy. attorneys for palmetto for our denying charges of financial crimes and lobbying on behalf of foreign governments. special counsel is accusing metaphor of contacting two former business associates whom he thought would speak to investigators about his lobbying work in the ukraine. this is an attempt to persuade them on what to say to investigators. before the president headed overseas he was asked if he would consider hardens for manafort and mr. trump's personal attorney, michael cohen. >> they have not been convicted of anything, there is nothing to pardon, it is far too early to be thinking about. >> the latest charges like the others against manafort are for
crimes that allegedly happened before he started working on mr. trump's presidential campaign. well, a great weekend to be a warriors fan, first the sweep of the championship on friday night and now chance to get decked out in championship hats and shirts and get ready for the parade. >> warriors fans lined up outside oakland airport to see the team when the players came back yesterday, there is the trophy that we are used to seeing and of course kevin durand hoisting the mvp trophy. look at all of those players and people standing in the long lines. they were welcoming them back home and lining up at stores to buy the championship memorabilia . fan said that they are happy to wait as long as they got their hands on some gear. >> i have to come get the hat, we did it again, we swept. i cannot wait for the back to back to back one next year. >> back to back to back. [ laughter ] it could happen.
the warriors team store at oracle arena will be open again today if you want some of the gear and have not gotten it yet, the store will open at 10 am and close at 5 pm. fans will have time to get the gear so that they can wear to tuesday's championship parade. >> here is a map showing the parade route starting at 11 am at 11th street and broadway, goes up broadway and then turns on 20th over to harrison and then lakeside drive and ends on oak and 13th. by the way, unlike years gone by, there will not be a rally at the end of the parade. >> we will have full coverage so if you cannot make it to the parade and cannot get caught in the big crowd, turn on ktvu channel 2 and we will have all of the coverage, we will also be online at ktvu.com, if you are on a computer facebook live, and the parade will begin at 11 am but we will start our coverage at 10 am tuesday morning. >> you and i friends and with sneakers on. coming up next, a father daughter duo, how their business started booming ever since they became partners.
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fort myers and is being called the first self-sustaining city totally powered by the sun, it is being developed with a large solar power farm generating nearly 100% of their electric needs. there are solar charged shuttles that will eventually be self driving. developers say the focus is on the environment and preservation. >> this is the most environmentally responsible, sustainable, new town that has ever been developed. >> it is the first solar powered town in america and we are proud of that. >> looking to the distant future, this will be a necessity if we want a good life in the future, we need to think more sustainably. >> eight developers are building homes in the community and the goal is to have 20,000 homes, developers say that the community already has 150 homes under contract. it could be difficult to get around downtown san francisco today, the bait area community is holding an annual remembrance march and rally,
this is commonly referred to as the sihk rally and is at the civic center plaza, they are read ruben more than one dozen bus lines, the rally will honor an ancient sikh guru who sacrificed his life fighting for equality of freedom and religion in the city. oakland residents were invited to speak with oakland mayor, libby schaaf, one-on- one, this is part of a community engagement program called the mobile mayor. libby schaaf will go to different neighborhoods each month to hold public office hours. the event was held at the shoprite supermarket on kraft avenue. libby schaaf says the questions and topics of discussion run the gamut. >> what i love about mobile mayor is we hit all neighborhoods in the city. i literally hear every single question. everything from questions about immigration policy, nationally, to a particular crack in
someone's sidewalk on their street. that is the job of the mayor, to understand and help with everything, no matter how big, no matter how small. >> that is the mayor tricked out in her warriors gear, one of the big topics of discussion was the big series sweep by the warriors in the nba finals, this is the 16th mobile mayor event since the city launch the program last year. >> it is such a nice day, we could not keep rosemary in the studio, she is up on the roof enjoying some sunshine, we will check in and get your forecast, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, if i might suggest, we should do the entire show from a peer, it is a chamber of commerce type of day in the bay area, mostly sunny skies. take a look at what is going on as we look toward san francisco, a light breeze that you might notice, old glory blowing a bit. a bit of wind in store for
today, a bit of a cool breeze, at least at the moment. if you are stepping out, consider a light jacket. once we get past this we are looking at a warm-up for the afternoon. there is the view there at the satellite where we had a system roll through yesterday and kick up the winds, bring us cooler temperatures, that is now off towards the east and high pressure will build in for the days ahead. that will heat us up and the winds are not expected to be quite a strong for today. we have a breeze in areas over nevada this morning as well as santa rosa. that is coming in from the north. calm conditions over fairfield and oakland reporting a gentle northeast or northwest breeze as well. temperatures a bit cooler because of the clear sky, we will rebound, temperatures will be warmer this afternoon. right now, in the 50s, 59 in san francisco, 57 in oakland, low to mid-50s for the inner east bay, 59 in san jose. the cooler weather will move out and again we are looking at nice weather moving in for the
days ahead. today we have temperatures coming up, it is expected for the warmer locations and monday into tuesday, turning hopper the inland cities. we will be in the 90s. more on that in the extended forecast, we will look at your sunday afternoon. 81 in santa rosa, for the inner east bay 81 for brentwood. closer to the bay, low 70s and oakland, if you are headed to see the a's play it will be gorgeous. 65 in san francisco, low 60s at the coast, pacifica, half moon bay, low 70s in santa cruz and mid-70s the afternoon high for san jose. this is a look at the extended forecast, temperatures continue to climb as we go back to work on monday, the hottest day right now looks like tuesday. temperatures are in the low 80s around the bay, mid-90s expected for the inland cities, also it will be parade day, if you are coming out to oakland, upper 70s to near 80s expected for the parade.
wednesday into thursday the temperatures will cool down, thursday looks to be the cooler day. all in all, hard to complain, we have gorgeous weather coming our way for the end of the weekend. no jacket needed, we will be right up, by the way. >> thank you rosemary. triple crown glory, we will have more unjustified, your winner at the belmont stakes yesterday along with the number two horse that has a sketchy name if you are an nfl fan. more on the big race plus fans go a long way to light up the faces of young kids in hospitals nationwide, we let you know about a crayon initiative nationwide, when we come back. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening)
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a bay area father is putting smiles on the faces of children across the country with the help of crayons. the idea started when he and his family were out to dinner at a restaurant talking about how to give back. that restaurant had given them some kranz and those crayons -- some crayons and those crayons and that conversation launched what is now known as the crayon initiative. >> i wish to have a pet. >> reporter: there is joy in watching this 8-year-old enjoy the simple task of coloring one of her favorite characters. >> it is just like a pink ball with the mouth and that is and little arms. >> reporter: it is impossible not to smile when talking to this fiery little girl who spends some long days here. >> my labs are short, chemotherapy is long, sometimes
i stay overnight. >> caitlin is an amazing kid, she is eight years old about to be nine years old. being in the hospital is really hard, she is missing her friends and those normal social experiences that she would have at school. she is stuck in bed a lot so she cannot be exposed to a lot of germs and has low energy, i try to bring her fun when i can. >> reporter: fund can come in the form of crayons, these are even to children like caitlin for free. this nonprofit based in danville started by brandon ware back in 2013. he and his family realize the restaurants that provided crayons to customers were just throwing the used crayons away. they decided that if they could figure out how to take the old crayons and make new ones, sick children in hospitals could benefit. >> it went through a lot of trial and error. >> reporter: he says it is harder than you might think to figure out how to get paper off
of those crayons, they eventually figured out that it is easier not to try. >> there was a big learning process, a big process. then it was, have we tried throwing them in a pot to see what happens? we did that and that is pretty much how we do this today. >> reporter: he says he was determined to do this right even consulting with an occupational therapist to come up with a triangular shape crayon. >> for dexter he was the main reason but a side benefit is it will not roll off the table in the hospital. >> reporter: the initiative is growing quickly with 2015 being the first year of production and the crayon initiative donated 5000 packs. the number doubled in 2016 and last year the nonprofit shipped 37,000 packs of crayons to hospitals. >> we are in 123 hospitals in 33 states. we have given out about 87,000 packs so far and we will be over 100,000 in june.
>> reporter: remarkable, especially when you consider that in addition to the 50-60 hours that he spends on the crayon initiative every week, he still is working a day job and has not taken a single penny from the venture. the nonprofit has yet to hire a single employee. instead, they rely on an army of 400 volunteers every month. on a good day he says those volunteers can make 8000 to 10,000 crayons in a single afternoon. natalie hard and her children recently heard about the initiative and came in after school to help. >> i did not realize there was something else you could do. >> reporter: they were told as all volunteers are, do not overthink this. >> i put them in here and then in their. >> do not put different crayons in the wrong color. >> reporter: where close remains to be seen, much of the challenges in the list just -- logistics. they estimate that they need to make about 1 million packs per year to meet the needs of children in hospitals nationwide. it is a challenge to raise money, but brian ware says he
is determined to keep trying. >> you meet the kids at the hospital and see what this does for them in the smiles that they get, that is my personal reason for doing this, i know for a fact that what we are doing makes a difference to these kids and their parents, that is why it is never enough. 100,000 sounds like a lot, but to me, it is like, how do we do more? how do we do 200,000, 300,000? >> reporter: he will do this one box at a time. let us do it together, we will meet in the middle. he will do it for children like caitlin. >> i have chemo the whole week. >> reporter: if a box of crayons on these long days can make her smile, then it is all worth it. >> brian ware says that right now he is trying to raise more money to help with shipping and logistics to get more crayons into more hospitals. from there he hopes to give more to organizations like the ronald mcdonald house or family shelters that have reached out asking for help.
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you might not. >> the queen is 92. >> we will send our wishes across the pond. good to have you with us, most 8:30 am on sunday i am frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i am claudine wong, the golden gate bridge is looking spectacular, rosemary, this is the perfect -- picture- perfect tourist day and this is just how it is all the time. [ laughter ] year-round, this is why we love it, a gorgeous day shaping up, i was upstairs a moment ago, a cool breeze in areas but check out the blue sky, again, we are starting a warm-up today that will eventually turn hot for some, especially inland. more on that in just a moment. let us enjoy the sunday where temperatures are in the 50s. we have 58 degrees in santa rosa, 59 in san francisco, upper 50s to start the day in oakland, livermore 54 and san jose, 59. winds generally light, a breeze at sfo at 8, mountain view reporting 6 and
san jose 10. we will continue with the breeze as we go to the second part of the day. it will pick up a little bit and not expected to be as breezy as yesterday. if you are going to see the a's play it will be gorgeous with mostly sunny skies at 1 pm, 70 degrees and a west breeze at 15 miles per hour. oakland will stop at the low 70s for the afternoon. 65 in san francisco,:pacifica for today, mostly sunny skies. 60 degrees for you there. low 80s for the hotter spots, areas like santa rosa and fairfield and any outgoing 280. temperatures -- fairfield and antioch to 80. temperatures will be in the 90s throughout the business week and we will check out the warming trend and how long it will last, coming up. thanks rosemary. san francisco election officials are back at work as they continue to politz in the mayor's race. >> the latest numbers show what of supervisors president, london breed has a slight edge over mark leno.
189,000 ballots counted so far with reed at more than 50%, razor thin margins leading by 498 votes. >> there are many ballots left to count, in fact, thousands. that is true and ktvu's, leigh martinez with more on the race, she is out in front of the steps of city hall in san francisco, leigh ? >> reporter: good morning, unfortunately, city hall is not open for us yet, i have a couple of calls into the department of elections but i have not heard back yet. typically they have been giving us updates at 4 pm every day, we were told by the director of elections last night that there is a possibility that they could have all of those mail in ballots counted by tomorrow night, but more likely sometime on tuesday. they still have about 14,000 provisional ballots the need to be verified and then counted. for several days mark leno held a slim lead over london breed
in the race to become the city's next mayor. thanks to many votes. on thursday leno was ahead by 255 votes, on saturday the lead had evaporated, in numbers released at 4 pm on saturday, london breed had overtaken getting a 498 vote advantage over leno. campaigns have teams of observers at the elections office to ensure that every vote counts and is credited to the correct candidate. >> they are observing us in shifts, some people, 10 from one campaign, 10 from another, then they will stay for 1-2 hours and then 10 more will come to replace the first 10. >> reporter: the latest news posted on the website, the department of elections says it will randomly select a minimum of states presents for ballot cards to be manually tallied. the drawing will take place on june 14. we are told from the structure -- director of elections that staff have been working overtime extended hours. i know the first day after they
worked until 11 pm and then came in at 6 am the next day and they say that hours will be extended. again, we are hoping that we can get some of the mail in ballots completely counted by tomorrow night. that is still up in the air, these two candidates are separated by less than 500 votes. it is still too close to call. >> okay, we will stand by and wait with lots of ballots left to count. leigh martin is reporting live in san francisco. turning now to international news, we are watching what is happening in singapore, president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, are there ahead of tuesday's summit. >> air force one touched on a few hours ago, president trump said the unprecedented face-to- face meeting is kim jong un's one time shot for working with the west to instill lasting peace and prosperity in north korea. the high-stakes meeting is scheduled for tuesday morning in singapore or monday 6 pm pacific time. >> kim jong un arrived in
singapore five hours before the president making that trip on air china's jet. this is only the third time that he has publicly left north korea since taking command following his father's death in 2011. the goal of the two leaders appear to differ, the trumpet ministration once the pm chain -- pyongyang government to and their nuclear program but kim jong un is seeking security assurances from the u.s. and economic and formal end to the korean war with an official peace treaty. >> security analyst say that singapore is logistically a prime location to host such a summit. it is viewed as a neutral country and are shouldering some of the costs for the summit. kim jong un is staying at a singaporean owned hotel and refused to stay at any american or western owned hotel. concrete barricades have been set up in front of the entrance. experts predict that we will not see many protesters, while singapore is plugged in
technology wise, strict laws prevent demonstrations. president trump and kim jong un are staying at separate hotels while the summit will be held at a third and different hotel, stay tuned, mornings on 2 weekend we'll have a live report out of singapore at 9 am. we have updates this morning about two of the largest active fires in california that are burning west and northwest of chico. the apple fire has destroyed eight structures including five homes. 2500 acres have been burned off apple road. cal fire announced this morning that the fire did not grow and containment rose from 60% to 80%. the second fire is the chrome fire ring near oak creek. in the last hour they announced that the fire grew from 2200 acres overnight two 2240 acres. containment has gone up from 30% to 35%. that wildfire began yesterday afternoon. so far it has destroyed one home, the sheriff's office
issued an advisory evacuation. residents that do not leave now are being told that they should prepare to evacuate at a moments notice. strong winds are helping to fan both of those fires. mountain view police are asking for help to find a 14- year-old boy that has been missing for a week. police say that brandon rivera was last seen in palo alto last weekend, he is described as 5 feet 8 inches and weighs 140 pounds. he was last seen wearing a white nike t-shirt, black shorts, and black shoes. if you have information call mountain view police. a soccer exhibition erupted in a brawl and one person had to go to the hospital after getting stabbed. the soccer match featured two teams visiting from mexico. the brawl broke out between rival fans at the lodi grape bowl football stadium. the match ended early and the fans and teams were really
separately to avoid further fighting. the family of anthony bourdain is opening up about the shocking suicide, his 83- year-old mother, gladys bourdain spoke to the post on saturday saying he was sharp, brilliant, funny and the last person she would imagine killing himself. she said it is difficult for the family as they cope with the death. they say that anthony bourdain used a bathrobe belt to hang himself at a french hotel sometime between late thursday night and early friday morning. anthony bourdain and a friend were in france filming the hit cnn show, they had dined at a popular restaurant just days earlier. >> we were talking to each other about the food and wine and the pairing that we did. everything was fine, everything was working great. >> a memorial has been created outside a manhattan restaurant where anthony bourdain was previously an executive shaft -- chef. toxicology reports are being
conducted to determine if anthony bourdain had drugs in his system. friends say he kept a grueling tv production schedule and was a -- and was exhausted. more evacuations ordered from the guatemala volcano. it has been one week since it first erupted in at least 110 people were killed, 200 are still missing the official search for the missing was suspended yesterday because it is too dangerous to search. however, in some areas, families continue to look for their missing loved ones on their own. airbnb plans to build a database of san jose residents willing to share their homes for free during emergencies. the short-term rental companies teaming up with the city for a new pilot program. this comes after last year's flooding along coyote creek that force 14,000 people from their homes. airbnb wants to be able to quickly help those displaced and pair them with homeowners that are willing to offer up space during emergencies. people will be able to sign up on the registry, airbnb already has a similar program to help people after a disaster has already happened, the new
program is designed to be more proactive. tomorrow, sonoma county board of supervisors will hear how workers think they could've been better prepared for last october's firestorm. the board asking for the report on firestorm response so they can prepare for other possible disasters. the press democrat says that government employees felt undertrained and overwhelmed. workers also say that they were frustrated by what they called unreasonable expectations by the board. the paper also reports that county leaders say they felt shut out of the early response efforts and that made communication with the public more difficult. the county review recommends that the county strengthen training requirements and clarify the roles of elected officials and staff workers during the disasters. the paper also says that there are recommendations to hire more emergency management workers and to create a new alert program to notify the public in case of another emergency. flocking to a temple in berkeley.
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good morning to you, happy sunday fun day! it will be gorgeous outside, mostly sunny skies around the bay area, temperature starting in the 50s, a warming trend begins this afternoon, we have a look at what to expect for today and the days ahead, coming up. former and current usc students held a march on campus to say that they will not forgive or forget about a former university gynecologist that was it used -- accused of sexual harassment. they broke the story about dr. george tyndall, the students that march yesterday wanted to show their support for those that complained about his behavior over the years. the demonstrators are calling for an investigation of campus officials that heard the complaints and did not take action. the university did not take action about the doctor or notify officials. the university has set up a special hotline for students that want to report on the doctors behavior, so far they have received more than 400 calls. the university president
arranged for the doctor to leave the school in 2016 but did not notify medical officials, the president has resigned in the school is now being sued. the la pride festival is reaching capacity forcing deputies to turn people away yesterday. the la county sheriff's office turned away people, even those with tickets after fire marshals determined that the event was too full. officials say that several people became unruly, some reportedly threw rocks. the festival's organizers say that anyone turned away will be able to use their tickets for today's events. the time now is 8:45 am, roseberry has been outside and inside, everywhere you go, it has been pretty nice, right? yes, it is beautiful and making me hungry. i am chewing on almonds over here. >> this is a three-hour show, you are allowed to have a snack i think i can take it from here. we have beautiful weather outside and a little bit of a cool breeze, temperatures are beginning to warm up as a warming trend continues. it was cool and breezy and take
a look at lake tahoe. a lake wind advisory throughout the day, windy for many people, a perfect day for surfing on the water, the waves were upwards of about 4 feet and a lot of people catching those waves. that is very cool and wow! what a beautiful backdrop. no wind advisory for tahoe today, temperatures will be in the 60s and warming up as we go to the next several days. this is a look at the storm tracker 2 and a look at the system that brought the breezy weather and a little bit of drizzle. this morning, a different story and high-pressure strengthening over the bay area. warm weather coming in today and eventually turning hot inland. we will show that in the extended forecast. looking at what is going on at this hour, mostly sunny skies
and this wiped out the marine layer. the winds are generally light and calm. nevada reporting 10 miles per hour, oakland reporting 9. fairfield is calm. temperature wise we are in the 50s and nearing 60 degrees. 59 in concord, 57 in oakland, 58 in santa rosa, low 50s in san francisco. 55 at half moon bay. the shift along the peninsula, 60 in san mateo, 59 in woodside, we will take one more shift and look at saratoga and los gatos upper 50s to near 60s to start. as we go into the afternoon temperatures will rise anywhere from 3-6 degrees. a minor warm-up. feeling quite nice, 81 in santa rosa, 80 for novato, upper 70s in concorde and antioch, 65 in san francisco, low 70s and oakland, hayward, san leandro, fremont 74. 75 in san jose and a mild 73 in santa cruz. if you are coming out for the parade on tuesday, it will be gorgeous. in oakland we will start in the 60s by parade time 70 degrees, upper 70s under mostly sunny
skies. warm day in downtown oakland, have your sunblock and water for the little ones. checking out the extended forecast, the warm-up continues as we go back to work on monday turning hot on tuesday. mid-90s in the forecast in the and and upper 70s and low 80s around the bay. we began a cooldown on wednesday, it will take a while before it reaches the inland city. thursday looks better. >> if you are living in livermore or brentwood, that is a cool down. thanks rosemary. champion resource, justify, galloped into the record books winning the triple crown and in great style. >> announcer: justify is the 13th triple crown winner! >> justify had already won the kentucky derby, he had already won the preakness and kept his amazing run by getting the belmont stakes in new york. the chest not cold burst onto the scene in february, his first race was actually just 77
days before the derby. there were more than 90,000 spectators at the belmont yesterday watching and justifies jockey said that the horse never flinched. >> it is an unbelievable fee on his part, and he is a tremendous source and bob did a great job. i am extremely excited and blessed and i cannot tell you, this is just amazing! >> justify his trainer also trained american peril back in 2015. finishing second in the belmont was gronkowski, yes, a horse named after him partly owned by new england patriots titan, rob gronkowski . >> a lot of money on that horse who came in second. that is and rails combine for 8 hits and 2 runs, each team with 4 hit and oakland falls in a shutout. royals pitcher, danny duffy tossing 7 innings. a little help here, nice over the shoulder catch by ryan
goings, a good catch there down 1-0 and the royals had some 9th inning insurance, the best way to do this was get out of the yard in a big way. alex gordon does the job and matt chapman had 3 hits in a losing effort. kansas city wins by a final of 2-0. not a lot of love in dc for the giants, the stanley cup champions, the capitals were in the ballpark and spying in the nationals -- inspiring the nationals to a win. and they brought the trophy, show it off, alex ovechkin with the first pitch, that would take two. they gave him two tries, the first went into the stands. at any rate, the nationals held a 5 related before the giants and we are in the game with a 3 run hit. here comes bryce harper and that paul exits in a hurry. that is his 19th home run, too much for the james as they lose to the nationals, the final was 7-5. coming up, solving a puzzle
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transitioning from a father daughter to a copartner and eventually you make the decisions and i advise. there have been hard times but overall i love the concept. >> reporter: to say the concept has been working is an understatement. since teaming up, flannery beef has been steadily growing. >> i look back to the first month in this location in the was not extended, when we first came up. the total sales for the month were equivalent to less than one day right now. >> moving 10,000 pounds per week, that was fun to look at the numbers just the other day and fact check and say that is what we are doing. >> reporter: this father daughter duo was not always a sure thing. the family has been in the meat industry since the 1930s. brian will tell you that he and his brother spent the childhood helping with the family business that started in 1963.
when flannery beef got going in 2012, all of this was not in katie's plans. >> i wanted to be as far away as i could. at first i went to pennsylvania and that was not far enough so i went to italy. it draws you back in. >> she was going to college and started out with architecture and design and then decided that was not for her and wanted go intoart history. and i thought oh god! [ laughter ] >> reporter: it turns out that while she loves history she also wanted to learn about business and that opened the door. >> i say i want you to learn the business, here's the business, do something with it. she tripled it in six months. >> reporter: he brings years of knowledge and industry insight and she knows her way around a spreadsheet and streamlines logistics. they now work together and it seems to work. you can find flannery beef in dozens of high-end restaurants around the bay area and throughout the country. >> we were 90% retail 10% wholesale when i started, now we are probably 70% wholesale.
>> in customers we have 110 restaurants and we have 3000 personal restaurants in customers. >> reporter: they specialize in dry aged beef and steak, meat that has been aging for days and weeks, this is as they say, the good stuff, the flannery's like to think of themselves as the gatekeepers of quality for high-end restaurants. >> when we speak with the restaurant and this is the kind of customer that we have, i tell them, look, i do not want to be your entire purveyor, i don't want to sell you everything you will put on your menu, i just want to be your top shelf, just like a higher- quality alcohol, when you have a customer that you would like to impress you want the top drawer, that is who we are. we will not be more than 15 or 20% or 30% of your purchases, but we will be the best part. >> reporter: there is pride in that as you watch these two work together. the man that grew up watching his father. >> i grew up in this business with my dad when i was a lot
younger, we used to go to the slaughter house and he would pick the meat that he bought. >> reporter: and now this man watches his own daughter make her mark in the industry. >> i think it is a plus, she will get looked at like a dummy until she shows she is not as stupid as they think she is. [ laughter ] i am excited. i am excited for where this will go. >> it really just takes proving yourself that i do have the knowledge and usually within the first few minutes i am able to show that i am on your level, i know what you are talking about and it works. >> i want to go barbecue. >> they were so great and really, like she said in the piece, i was going to europe, i was majoring in art history, but there's something about the magic of the two of them together and how she brings the future into the past. >> by the way, you did the interview in the freezer?
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there is that you sure freeway, on both sides we are looking good on this sunday morning. the skies are blue, a great day to get out and pretty much do anything that you want to do. beautiful and no traffic right now as things are moving fine. welcome to mornings on 2, thanks for make -- waking up with us on this sunday, june 10. i am claudine wong. >> good morning, i am frank mallicoat, more on the forecast coming up, for some headlines. the big news, president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, are in singapore this
morning. >> more on what they will be doing in advance of the tuesday historic summit. the elections office in san francisco is busy this weekend is the vote count continues. >> that is right, the mayor's race is too close to call, we will have more on when we can finally have a winner, we will chat with leigh martinez who is live over at city hall in the city. here is a challenge for our own rosemary arose, how fast can you solve a rubik's cube -- rosemary orozco, how fast can you solve a rubik's crude -- cube and still do your forecast. pretty impressive, i cannot do a rubik's cube if it is the only thing i am trying to do, give me 3 seconds. >> i could never, check out rosemary throwing the gauntlet down. >> i can't but i know a kid who can. [ laughter ] >> we know people that know people. give me a moment, i will check youtube. we have a recipe for great weather coming our way, as we go through the afternoon a warming trend begins and temperatures climb as we go throughout the week. there is a look at the golden gate bridge with mostly sunny skies and patchy fog.
that system that came through and brought cooler breezy weather has knocked out the marine weather. mid-and high- level clouds are all we will see. temperatures already on the upswing. 63 in santa rosa, 60 in san francisco, 60 in oakland, livermore 57, 61 in san jose. with the clear skies this morning we did start out a lot cooler. we are beginning to close the gap, still down by 6 in napa, down by 3 in concord. in the east bay shore we are up over yesterday at this hour and cooler in areas over san carlos. again, that will turn around as we rebound and temperatures climb into the afternoon. we have a north flow setting up and winds will generally be light and variable in most areas. breezy half moon bay with gusty winds of 17 miles per hour. he word reporting 6, palo alto 6
at well northwest. the breeze will be with us but not as strong as yesterday. the system that brought a cooler breezy weather, even drizzle throughout the morning is off to the east. high pressure will take its place. that will bring warmer weather, this is a look at santa rosa into the 60s as we go through the morning. lunchtime 74 and in the afternoon upper 70s to low 80s for areas like santa rosa and napa. 80s in antioch and 77 on the bay, 65 in san francisco and dixie's and pacifica. the temperatures will continue to warm as we go into monday and tuesday, we have a look at the extended forecast, coming up. >> thanks rosemary. midnight in singapore and president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, arresting a hotels ahead of the historic summit. >> it will be quite a week, tuesday morning, singapore time or monday at 6 pm pacific time, kim jong un a rope first meeting with the singapore prime minister and president trump will also meet with the prime minister and then kim jong un on tuesday. they know what is at stake and
reporter, lauren brantford -- lauren blandford is among the 3000 reporters there to cover the historic summit. >> reporter: good morning to you guys, it is busy here, president trump and his north korean counterpart with their respective counterparts are here in asia preparing to make history. >> reporter: the stage is set, singapore is ready to host an international meeting that seemed impossible to many not too long ago. tuesday summit will be the first ever in person meeting between a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader. >> it is unknown territory in the truest sense. >> reporter: kim jong un arrived sunday afternoon escorted by a police motorcade to his hotel followed by a meeting with the singapore prime minister. president trump and his plane touched on a few hours later just before 8:30 pm local time. security in singapore at the summit reflects the magnitude
of the event, the luxury hotel is locked down and surrounding streets are barricaded. visitors were told ahead of time to expect bag checks and security checkpoints. the summit was first billed as a one and done meeting to discuss north korean denuclearization. president trump signaled that this session could be more of a meet and greet raising the possibility of more summits. >> wouldn't it be wonderful if we walked out and everything was settled. i do not see that happening, but i do see this over a period of time. >> reporter: tomorrow president trump will meet with the singaporean prime minister, then on tuesday at 9 am here in singapore, that is monday about 6 pm for you guys on the west coast, that is when the summit will happen. if it goes according to plan it will be historic. claudine, frank?
>> it is a long flight but have you had the opportunity to go around the streets and get a feel for what people are saying in singapore? >> reporter: yes, we were able to walk around a little bit today, what we have seen so far is the place is packed, not only with journalists but also with many journalists. -- tourist. -- tourist. people have been taking pictures and many restaurants are preparing, there have been special food of american and north korean combinations, singapore is very much playing host to the summit. when we saw kim jong un's motorcade come in earlier today, people were lining the streets as it went through. a few were out when president trump came in a little later on in the day landing about 8:30 pm. a few less people out on the streets then we saw. people keep asking why we are here, when we see president trump they know why we are here.
>> 3000 journalists in singapore for the summit, it raises questions about access over the next few days and the expectations for journalists that are there and what to expect from the meeting. >> reporter: claudine, the thing to remember is 3000 accredited journalists's, there are so many more that have not gone through the accreditation process but are just here, we have seen crews not only from the u.s. but from new zealand and pretty much every country. everyone has their eyes on this just because it is a historic summit. people are very much anticipating the meeting which is now about 24-36 hours away, it is busy here and everyone is getting busy now that both leaders are here on the ground. this is awaiting game, we will
see more of president trump tomorrow when he goes to wheat -- meet with the prime minister and we know that a delegation from the u.s. and north korea are planning to have a meeting and we do not know what kim jong un will be doing tomorrow but all eyes will be waiting to see if tuesday morning happens. >> quickly, how about security, i imagine it is tight? >> reporter: the entire area where this will take place as a secure area on santa rosa island. this is an area on singapore where many journalists have been kept back, security will be tight, of course the motorcades, huge motorcades going for kim jong un and president trump traveling through the city. over in that area it is hard to get through and we have already seen a few people kicked out of singapore because they were in areas that they were not supposed to be in. very serious security.
>> you've had quite a few weeks, you are in london for the wedding and now singapore for the summit, we wish you the best and hopefully things will go well on tuesday. lauren blanchard, live in singapore. there are still thousands of ballots to count in the san francisco mayoral election. >> the board of supervisors president, london breed, has a slight edge over state senator, mark leno, 189,000 ballots counted so far and london breed has slightly more than 50% of the vote. >> the latest report had her leading leno by fewer than 500 dollars. >> leigh martinez has been trying to get inside city hall to find out how things are going, any luck yet? >> reporter: no, i have been calling and emailing without answer so far. we were told that they would be here early this morning and we have been getting updates at 4 pm each evening. the department of elections is inside city hall in the
basement, the director of elections said they could be done counting mail-in ballots by tomorrow night but more likely sometime on tuesday, they still have 14,000 provisional ballots that must be verified and counted. for several days mark leno was leading london breed to become the city's next mayor, thanks to many ranked choice second- place votes. on thursday, leno was ahead by 255 votes. by saturday, the lead evaporated and numbers released at 4 pm yesterday, breed had overtaken getting a 498 vote advantage over leno. both campaigns have teams of observers at the elections office to make sure that every single vote is credited to the correct candidate. >> they are observing us in shifts so some people come from one campaign, 10 from another campaign and then they will stay for a while and then 10 more, and replace the first 10. >> reporter: 23,000 votes were tallied and counting continues, 40 2000 ballots -- 4200 ballots
still need to be processed and tara moriarty, the communications director for london breed told us that we feel encouraged as we see progress each day since the election, however, there are more than 40,000 ballots left to be counted, with a razor thin margin like this we know that every vote will matter in the election. the department of elections has been working tirelessly to ensure the integrity of the counts and will remain -- we remain impressed with the thoroughness of the work. mark leno's campaign referred to a previous statement reading in part, we are encouraged by very early returns and we hope to take today to celebrate the hard work that got us here. the director of election staff said they have been working extended hours, they worked until 11 pm the first day and then came back early the next morning at 6 am and the hours will continue to extend as they continue the count. again, with less than a 500
votes separating the two candidates, things could change yet again. back to you guys. >> on pins and needles for the next 24 hours. we will stand by it will take some time. >> thanks so much leigh . coming up next, two big fires burning in northern california this morning. >> we tell you how many acres have been charred. i admire you a lot, mister? >> bond, james bond. >> plus, saying goodbye to an icon, the latest on the first bond girl passing away, stay with us. hey, thanks, stanley. ow. ...wait, what's happening? stanley! you're deflating! hold me, jack! try my new spicy chicken club combo today. ...prepare to be moved...r!... prepare to be awed... prepare to make a mad dash...
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tomorrow is the grand opening of the latest building at the world trade center site. >> it is the third skyscraper built where the twin towers once stood. the office building has 80 stories and is nearly 1100 feet high. it cost $2.7 billion. global manage consulting giant, mckinsey and company is leasing space and will move in in the next year. there is a ribbon-cutting for that building tomorrow. >> the concept of the building is to create a 21st-century piece of architecture, the lobbies, the glass, it is also supposed to allow light and have some form of exterior environment that will permeate into the building. >> developers say it is the fifth highest building in new york city and another example of people moving into the area after 9/11. it is a beautiful day, we had to get rosemary outside to get a little taste of what is to come on this beautiful
sunday, rosemary, it looks great ? >> reporter: it is great, it is gorgeous, the sun is shining, the birds are singing, people are already out on the water. in this type of weather people want to get out and about, a bit of a breeze but a little cool. a nice cool breeze in the morning followed by a warm up coming our way into the afternoon. looking at the maps, we will show you what to expect for your sunday and beyond. we have partly cloudy, mostly clear skies, the system that pulled through yesterday and kicked up the wind and cold as down also kicked out the marine layer. we are waking up with blue skies and we will continue with the winds in the northerly direction with the variable wind at the surface for your afternoon. it will be breezy but not as breezy as yesterday. that is good news. temperatures are already rebounding, look at that, it started in the 50s and even cooler this morning due to the clear skies. at this point, 63 over santa rosa, upper 50s over livermore and 60s around the bay. 61 san francisco, 60 in oakland
and the warming trend starts today and will continue through monday. tuesday looks like it could be one of the hottest days. in the end i expect we will reach the 90s. be prepared for that. here's a look at the afternoon highs for today. under blue skies we have nice weather coming our way. anyone for santa rosa, the inter-east bay 80 degrees for antioch, around the bay upper 60s for low 70s for the east bay shore. 65 in san francisco, cooler in pacifica at 60, santa cruz 73 and 75 in the city of san jose. the extended forecast here shows you the warming trend continues into monday, tuesday is the hottest day with upper 60s at the coast, low 80s around the bait and mid-90s expected inland. we call on wednesday although inland for cities it will usually take an extra day before actually feels better. thursday looks to be the cooler day. if you are going or coming i should say to oakland for the parade on tuesday for the
warriors, we will have a look at that forecast coming up in a little bit. >> are you coming back inside, or have we lost you? >> reporter: reluctantly i will be back down. >> we will see you soon. thanks rosemary. new attractions popping up in the bay area. >> we let you know about great american's latest roller coaster called the rail laser. plus, people from around the bay area flocking to a buddhist temple in berkeley, why this event is about so much more than the yummy food on the plate.
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but keywords like walk, want to go for a walk, triggered emotional responses no matter the tone >> that happens in my home. if you are looking for a unique place to get a meal and shared with the community, you might want to go to berkeley every sunday on russell street hundreds go to a thai buddhist temple for a meal that is more than great food. >> ♪ >> reporter: this is a place for prayer and to learn about the thai language and culture. for most of the week, the buddhist high temple is a fairly quiet place. >> thai temples welcome every religion >> reporter: then you have sundays, on sundays hundreds feel -- fill the courtyard for this brunch that is often standing room only. if you are hungry, you will want to come early. >> many people come here from different walks of life and different areas. i came all the way from menlo
park. you have to get here early, like i said, the food runs out and you can see the line is long. sometimes it goes all the way out front. >> reporter: the buddhist monk that has been running the temple has been here for 31 years, he spoke to us with the help of an interpreter and told us that the temple is all about community. the branch started as a way to feed families in the congregation. >> it started out as an area to feed the children for summer school on sunday. it grew from the children to the parents and then parents inviting their friends to come and join. >> reporter: it kept growing. 10 years ago the temple finally got a permit to serve a crowd of about 500 every sunday. now every week they spend days
preparing for that one day event. the menu does not change, they have picked the most popular type foods like curry and pad thai. it is all run entirely by volunteers. >> the more people that come here, they are friendly and then they bring their friends to come back all the time. >> reporter: all of this is about more than just jeff's food, it is about sharing the meal and exposing people to the thai culture. >> the temple brunch has become a cultural event. what we observe is that when people come they tend to relax and they will come with their families and sometimes you will see people waiting for their friends by the gates. they will be several people and they will all come together. it is really an experience. >> reporter: there are rules, women are not allowed to make contact with the monks physically and they dictated during our interview that the monk had to sit higher than us.
they say that they know visitors come to learn about the culture and people that come are invited to experience it all from the classes to prayer in the temple. >> he wants you to come at least once to see what our ceremony is like and if you are not sure how it is done and if they are busy praying and chanting, one of us could always help you. everyone is welcome and that is what we want to stress. >> reporter: everyone is welcome where a simple meal can bring together a community. >> raise your hand if you are hungry. here at the studio our director said that the yelp review is great and they give you lots of food. >> you had to lose your footwear and stay on your knees for the entire interview? >> yes, but the temple is beautiful and inside it is gorgeous and the monks were in
there and they were so friendly and welcoming and warm. it really is a great opportunity to not only experience food but experience all of it they said anyone can come by and they will get an interpreter and walk you through it so it is not intimidating >> the food is served on sundays? >> yes, the former mayor's son was married in that temple. it is really a big part. >> we will need to get the crew down. >> it looks good. >> hop on parts because it does get crowded. coming up next at 9:26 am, in the beginning there was conflict. >> now there is talk about putting differences aside, we have more on the highly anticipated meeting between president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un. the race for the san francisco mayor is too close to call, a new candidate is in the lead, coming up, where we stand with the ballot numbers.
happy sunday everyone, if you are headed to san francisco it looks like smooth sailing. gorgeous day, check out the coast, today is the ultimate beach day. nearly 9:30 am on your sunday. i love this. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. we start with a look at the weather, rosemary -- >> she came back inside.
yes, before someone come dashcam to look for me i figured i'd come back inside. good weather coming our way. hopefully you have someplace outdoors to be. temperatures in the 60s this morning from areas like santa rosa and san francisco. livermore trailing in the upper 50s. with all of the blue sky out there this morning we are cooler than we were yesterday. with the sun shining it feels good out there. a bit of a breeze and i was outside just a little while ago and the breeze is still cool. getting out this morning for breakfast to walk the dog, you might need a light jacket. if you are getting out for a run it is spectacular. the winds right now in northwest breeze at 6 in hayward a breeze at 6, san jose 12. half moon bay and sustained -- half-moon bay at 16 sustained. winds not as strong as yesterday. if you're going to see the a's play this afternoon it will be beautiful. 70 degrees, mostly clear it
came time west wind at 50 miles per hour and oakland we'll top out in the low 70s. 79 in concord, 80s in antioch. in the north bay if you are doing wine tasting, 70s and low 80s in the forecast absolutely gorgeous! 65 san francisco, cool up the coast, 60 pacifica, 75 in san jose, santa cruz in the low 70s. beautiful day mostly sunny skies with temperatures climbing. in fact, the and then areas enjoying the upper 70s and low 80s and we will eventually be in the 90s. we have a look at the warming trend and how long it is expected to last. of course, we have the where spray forecast coming up as well >> thanks rosemary. election officials are working at san francisco city hall continuing to count ballots in the city mayor race >> it has been a busy week, board of supervisors president, london breed, has a slight edge over former state senator, mark leno was slightly more than 189,000 ballots counted so far. london breed is ahead by just
shy of 500. >> at this point, as you might imagine, both campaigns are watching the ballot returns very carefully and closely. >> so is our leigh martinez who is trying to get the keys to city hall to see what is going on today. take it away. >> reporter: frank, i have tried all morning to get inside, we got inside, we actually got through the security, we did meet one person who is here with london breed's campaign and he is here to observe. we got to the security checkpoints and because they are in the basement, our live signal did not work so we came back outside, this is the side entrance. we got in and we will go back in after this segment. from what we are told from the director of elections, they are going to try and get through all of the mail in ballots probably by tomorrow night. there is a possibility that it will not happen until tuesday. they still have about 14,000 provisional ballots that have to be verified and counted. for several days mark leno held a slim lead over london breed in the race to become the
city's next mayor. thanks to many ranked choice second place votes, on thursday leno was ahead by 255 votes. saturday the lead had evaporated. in numbers released at 4 pm on saturday, britta had overtaken getting a 498 vote advantage over leno. campaigns have teams of servers at the office to make sure every -- observers at the election office to make sure that every single candidate is credited correctly. >> there's 10 from one campaign 10 from another and they will stay for 1-2 hours then 10 more come to replace the first 10. >> reporter: 23,000 votes were tallied and counting continues with approximately 42,000 ballots the need to be processed. in a statement to ktvu on saturday evening, tara moriarty, the communications director for london breed said that we feel encouraged since
we have seen progress every day since the election, there are still more than 40,000 ballots left to be counted, with a rage or thin margin we know that every vote will matter in the election. the department of elections has been working tirelessly to ensure the integrity of the counts and we remain impressed with the thoroughness of their work. mark leno's campaign referred us to a previous campaign statement reading that they are encouraged by early returns and we hope to take today to celebrate your hard work that got us here. again, they are back in the office and we could not get a signal down in the basement to feed back to you guys, but yes, there are several workers out there right now. we did get through security and we spoke with one person who is here to a nerve, he is with london breed's campaign and is an observer. again, this is a tight race, less than 500 votes separate these two candidates, anything could happen, back to you guys >> i hope there is not a recount. if it is that close, you never
know. >> thanks, we appreciate the updates and we will stand by throughout the day. now to international news this morning, both president trump and north korean leader, kim jong un, are in singapore ahead of the tuesday summit. >> air force one touchdown earlier today and president trump said that the unprecedented face-to-face meeting is kim jong un's one- time shopper working with the west to instill lasting peace and prosperity for his country. high-stakes meeting scheduled for tuesday morning, singapore time, or monday at 6 pm pacific time. >> reporter: kim jong un arrived in singapore about five hours earlier, he made the trip on an air china jet. this is only the third time that he has publicly left north korea since taking command following his father's death back in 2011. the goal of the two leaders appears to differ a bit, the trumpet ministration wants the pyongyang government to and their nuclear program. kim jong un is seeking security assurances from the u.s. along with economic relief and a formal relief to the korean war by replacing an armistice
signed in 1953 with an official peace treaty. >> security analyst say that singapore is a prime location logistically to host the summit. it is viewed as a neutral country and is shouldering some of the cost of the summit. kim jong un is staying at a hotel which is singaporean owned, he refused to stay at any american or western owned hotels. concrete barricades that you see there have been set up in front of the entrance of the hotel. experts predict that we will not see many protesters while singapore is plugged in in the technology world, they have strict laws preventing demonstrations. president trump and kim jong un stayed at separate hotels in the summit will be held at a third hotel, the capello. pope francis is praying for success at the summit, he invited people at st. peter's square to pray with him so the virgin mary can accompany the talks. he also said he hopes for friendship between the people of north and south korea. as president trump prepares for the summit with kim jong un, another world leader is
announcing that he as well is open to talks, russian president, vladimir putin, says that he is willing to meet with president trump once washington is ready to hold the u.s. russia summit. vladimir putin said he shares president trump's concerns about a renewed arms race. president trump has repeatedly called for improved relations with the kremlin. reports out of washington indicate that the trumpet ministration is working now to set up a summit between the president and mr. putin. we have updates this morning about two of the largest active fires in california, those are burning west and northwest of chico. the so-called apple fire has destroyed eight structures including five homes and 2500 acres have been burned off apple road. cal fire announced this morning that the fire did not grow overnight, that is great news. there are containment numbers rising from 60% to 80%. the second fire is called the chrome fire, it is near the community of elk creek in glenn county. in the last hour cal fire also announced that that fire did
grow. it grew from 2200 acres to 2240 acres, that is a huge growth. containment went up 30-35%. the wildfire began yesterday and has destroyed one home. the sheriff's office has issued an advisory evacuation so that residents that do not leave now are being told that they need to prepare to evacuate at a moments notice strong winds are helping to fan the fires. the time is 9:38 am, a soccer exhibition erupted into a big brawl in lodi, the fight involves more than 100 people, at least five people hospitalized including a person that suffered major head injuries after getting stabbed. the soccer match featured two teams visiting from mexico, the brawl broke out between rival fans outside the lodi grape bowl football stadium. the soccer match was ended early and fans of each squad were really separately to avoid any further fighting.
the family of anthony bourdain is opening up about his shocking suicide. is 83-year-old mother, gladys bourdain, spoke to the new york post on saturday and called her son an incredible guy, brilliant, sharp and funny. he is the last person i would imagine would kill himself. she says it is difficult for the family as they cope with the death. investigators say that he used a bathrobe belt to hang himself at a french hotel, this happened sometime between late thursday night and early friday morning. anthony bourdain and a friend were in france filming his hit show, they had dined at a popular restaurant just days earlier. >> we were talking to each other about the food and wine and the pairing that we did. everything was fine, everything was working great. >> a memorial has been created outside a manhattan restaurant where anthony bourdain was executive chef previously. mourners are leaving messages of condolence. toxicology test will be conducted to determine if he had any drugs in his system. he had a grueling tv production schedule and was exhausted according to friends.
more evacuations ordered due to the lava flow from the guatemala volcano. it has been one week since the volcano erupted and 110 people were killed with 200 still missing. the official search for the missing was suspended yesterday because it is too dangerous. in some areas families continue to search for their missing loved ones on their own. this is a great weekend to be a warriors fan, first, of course, they swept the championship on friday night in cleveland. now a chance to get all decked out with the championship gear to look slick, parade time on tuesday. >> yesterday fans lined up outside the oakland airport to see the team come back home to the bay area. and there is steph curry carrying the championship trophy. right behind him, kevin durant raising his second mvp trophy. there were long lines at the stores nearby. >> oh my god, look at that! >> you want gear, gear is great. vance told us that they were happy to wait for as long as
one hour just to get their hands on it. >> i had to come get the hat, we did it again, we swept those boys. >> i cannot wait for the back to back to back with next year. >> i can see it happening. everyone has a hat, we will hold up quickly. warriors team shop at oracle arena will be open again today, the store opens in about 20 minutes this morning and they will stay open until it closes at 5 pm tonight. vance had plenty of time to get that gear and then tuesday just will not come soon enough for some people. >> bring your checkbook! hat and a teacher, 70+ dollars. here is a map with the parade routes starting at 11 am on 11 street and broadway, goes up broadway and will make a right onto 20th and then go over to harrison and then lakeside drive and ends on oak and 13th street. unlike years gone by, there will not be a rally with the team at the end of the parade. >> if you cannot make the pray, although, we will be there so you should come and hang out with the big happy crowd and many thousands of your closest friends. but if you cannot, you can watch a live right here on ktvu
channel 2, we will have coverage on ktvu.com and facebook life as well. the parade will begin -- facebook live as well. the parade begins at 11 am but we will start the coverage one hour early at 10 am. join us. >> we will be there, it will be fun. 9:41 am, coming up, remembering a coach killed during a school shooting. >> a game that honored his legacy, at stoneman douglas high school, that is straight ahead. solving a puzzle without breaking a sweat, all while wrapping up the 7-day forecast, we have a meteorologist that did just that and you will see it, coming up next. ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪ when it comes to snacking. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
am being told this is a rubik's cube song. [ laughter ] >> blue skies over the golden gate bridge this morning, it is a glorious day! i hope you have a place to be because we have beautiful weather coming our way, low 60s off the coast, 80s and then, everyone else is somewhere in between, we look at those numbers, coming up. >> reporter: thanks rosemary. at 9:45 am, a slain parkland football coaches honored with a flag football game this weekend. former football players and bandmembers from marjory stoneman douglas came together to support aaron feiss who died saving students during the school shooting on valentine's day. proceeds are going to the coach and his foundation in the stoneman douglas community. organizers say that the coach would have loved the event. >> if you look at smiles on people's faces here, that is the answer! people want to give back to having fun and give back to the
team and a place that they love. they want to give back to the home and events like this remind them that this is what this is. >> organizers say they plan on making this an annual tradition . volunteers in hawaii are building temporary housing for people whose homes were destroyed by law but. >> the project was just an idea last week, but take a look, 200 volunteers have come together over the weekend to make this happen. 20 transitional homes are being built on land owned by a church. everything needed to build the homes was all donated. the goal is to have the homes ready for families and seniors to move in by next friday. >> it takes a community, it takes a village to get this done, one weeks time, who would imagine all of this could come together? >> some people and communities on the big island say that the still feel uneasy. a curfew was lifted in the leilani estates community for
those not affected by the lava flow, one woman said she still is not feeling safe being at home. >> we have been cleaning the roof off, there is just rocks and ash inundating the property. the water quality and the air quality are not safe. >> more than 600 homes have been destroyed by lava from the kilauea volcano since early last month. will go outside with a check of the weather on this beautiful sunday and we can put our hands together for rosemary orozco. >> we have some good weather, i am thinking about last week, we have some good weather coming our way. a warmer day, a warming trend setting up, not only for here, but also in tahoe. you remember the system yesterday that brought the wind and the cool down? look at what it did to the lake
. in tahoe, a lake wind advisor yesterday with waves upwards of about 4 feet, check out how choppy, people were actually surfing on the lake. that has got to be fabulous! the lake has since calmed down, no wind advisory for today, but it was a windy one out there and that is a gorgeous view. take a look at that. we will continue with warmer weather, we have warmer weather at tahoe as well saturday was the coolest day, as we go through the afternoon, temperatures rise a few degrees. we go into monday, a bit warmer. by tuesday into the mid-90s in lynn. i will detail that in the extended forecast. this is a look at the system that brought the wind advisory to the lake yesterday and tahoe. it brought breezy conditions for us and knocked down the marine layer. we are here with blue skies today, temperatures are going to be cool tomorrow depending upon where you are. 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay. 80s in lynn, mostly clear skies. i expect the wind to be with us
today but not as strong as yesterday. the northwest breeze to fairfield at 7, oakland at 8. calm conditions in napa, temperatures are rebounding nicely, 62 right now in walnut creek, 60 in oakland, 63 in novato, 61 in san francisco, mid-50s at half moon bay and low 60s mountain view and san jose. along the peninsula, good morning san mateo it 63, 63 in woodside, 64 in belmont. it into the afternoon highs, nice, upper 70s to low 80s over the east bay. 76 livermore, 75 san jose and 73 in santa cruz. cooler at half moon bay with low 60s and breezy. if you are coming out to see the parade on tuesday, it will be a gorgeous day in downtown oakland. we started in the 60s by 9 am. already filling the streets with people i am sure. by 11 am when the parade starts, 70 degrees and mostly sunny skies. if you will be hanging out in
downtown oakland for the afternoon, upper 70s it will turn warm. 77 is a warm day in the downtown area. you will need the sun block and the water. it will be fabulous out there. temperatures for inland cities, low 90s by tomorrow. mid-90s by tuesday. we do begin a cooldown on wednesday, but this time of year it usually takes an extra day for the inland areas to get in on the drop and we are looking at 85 on thursday. it is gorgeous, how can you complain? every few days we are sort of like an up and down. >> we get to enjoy ourselves. >> i cannot wait. >> it is supposed to be sunny in the summer it is guilt free. we felt guilty in the winter. >> after 25 days in new england if you get a sunny day in february i say yes! [ laughter ] we will move on, it is 9:50 am, the great american music -- great america amusement park in santa clara is unveiling a new attraction. >> this is called the rail blazer.
there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony and about 10 minutes, actually 10 am thursday morning, not today. this is the first roller coaster of its kind on the west coast, it is operating on a single track, parts of this design requires writers to straddle the rail, that creates a low center of gravity -- requires riders to straddle the rail, that requires a low center of gravity. and they are going facedown at a 90 degree angle at 52 miles per hour. >> i do not recommend a big lunch prior. [ laughter ] >> you always have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to roller coasters because people get scared and then not scared enough. they have to change it up. >> it looks like fun! >> you try first, let me know how it goes >> i will try and do that. triple crown glory yesterday at the belmont. >> we have more on that horse that crossed the finish line 1st at the belmont stakes, and the runner-up.
welcome back, developers employed are building a solar powered city of the future. babcock ranch near fort myers is america's first self- sustaining city totally powered by the sun. it has a large solar power farm nearby generating nearly 100% of the electric needs. there are solar charged shuttles that will eventually be self driving. developers say that the focus is on the environment and preservation. >> this is the most
environmentally responsible, sustainable, new town that has ever been developed. it is the first solar powered town in america and we are very proud of that. >> if you look to the distant future it will be a necessity. if we want to have a good life in the future, we have to think more sustainably. >> eight developers are building homes in the community, the goal is to eventually have 20,000 homes there. developers say that the community already has 150 homes under contract. the resource justify galloped into the record books winning the triple crown. >> announcer: it is just perfect, he is immortal, justify is the 13th triple crown winner! >> justify had already won the kentucky derby, the preakness, and then capped the run by capturing the belmont stakes in new york. check that out! the chestnut colt burst onto the scene in february, in fact, the first race that he ever ran was just 77 days before the
derby. there are more than 90,000 spectators at the belmont yesterday and justifies jockey said that the horse did not flinch. >> it was an unbelievable feat and bob did a tremendous job to get the horse ready to do what we got done doing. i'm excited and blessed and i cannot tell you, this is just amazing. >> reporter: justifies trainer also trained the last triple crown winner, american pharaoh, in 2015. finishing second in the belmont was gronk and, yes, a horse named after and partly owned by new england patriots tight end, rob gronkowski. we found a meteorologist in florida who is throwing it down against our own rosemary orozco . >> [ laughter ] >> wet! >> i have been working on this for so long. >> i had this solved at one point and claudine mixed it up again. [ laughter ] >> okay, this forecaster can forecast the weather and do it
while solving a rubik's cube. >> show off. [ laughter ] >> i am nervous, are we ready? >> i am pushing play on the graphic, this is set automatically. >> right now we are waking up to dry conditions across the area, showers this morning and storms will fire and develop across the area, stay weather aware, this is florida in the summer, same weather, different day. sunday at 3 am, a mild start to the sunday morning. >> [ applause ] >> i will call her out, i know on youtube there is a way to actually find out how to solve this. it does not matter. >> it took 2:15 for her to solve that. this is claudine 20 minutes later. >> i put it all together in about, i don't know, and
minute. >> i need to forecast more accurately. >> maybe we will put you to the test. >> give me one week to practice. looking at the week ahead, a warming trend begins today, upper 70s and low 80s in the warmer locations. we will turn on the heat on mondays, 90s, mid-90s tuesday, cooling down on wednesday. around the bay, upper 70s and low 80s. cannot complain about that. a little cool to close, but not bad. >> you give it back! [ laughter ] >> let me remove the stickers. i took mine apart. >> i used to pull it apart. >> she did not even look, she said we had highs in fort myers doing this. okay, that is your homework. >> the latest news developments are on ktvu.com and we leave you with this gorgeous picture of the golden gate bridge, have an amazing day everyone!
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