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figures. now the family was told they have to pay $132,000 being negligent. the family said the sculpture should have been better protected. today at 9:00, a division among parties as reaction continues to come in over the trump administration immigration policy that is separating children from their parents. ktvu delivers a helping hand to covenant house and learns more about the services it provides to teenagers in need. the president at sonoma raceway joins us. raceway joins us. thanks for joining us today on the 9. it's monday.
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start of a brand-new workweek. did you have a nice weekend? >> i did. yeah. always nice to spend it with my kids. >> yeah. >> i got a little gift. it's all the time. what you want is the time of your kids. >> it's all about the time. playing catch with my son and daughter. ery and grilling burgers last night. we kept it simple but just e with the children. >> a perfect day. i couldn't help but notice on twitter some used the father's day holiday to target the trump administration change in policy when it comes to separating children from their familiesat the border with mexico. meland secity and justice more. department officials are defending the administration's policy. >> this comes as the administration is facing growing criticism over the practice of separating children from their parents at the border. >> allie rasmus is here to explain more. >> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions and homeland security secretary are both
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speaking about the topic adamantly defending the trump mie issue of illegal immigration and the practice of separating parents thboago attorney general sessions spoke in new orleans. last month sessions issued a policy change. he ordered that immigrants that cross into the u.s. illegally must be criminally prosecuted instead of having their cases go through civil courts. that policy means that children must be separated from parents at the border because the kids don't can't go to jail. previously it was a civil violation. since april 2000 children were detained kept in facilities separate from their parents. they must protestor them as criminals as a deterrent. some migrants she says are posing as family members to gain asylum in the u.s. we do not want to separate children from their parents. g
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children into this country unlawfully either. >> it's important to note that these minors are well taken care of. don't believe the press. they are well taken care of. you know this as many of you tention facilities of your own. we operate according to soof the highest standas in country. we pry food, medical, education and all needs that the child requests. >> now, this policy change appears to be part of a political strategy to try to force democratic support for one of two separate republican immigration bills. both includes billions to fund a border wall and restrictions on legal immigration and one would include a merit based visa system for the dreamers. senator feinstein is pushing a separate bill that would ately of family separations but no republican has supported that measure yet. attorney general sessions says criminal prosecution applies to
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people crossing the border outside of a designated port of entry. if they come to a border patrol crossing with their kid they won't be criminally prosecuted and those families won't be separated but there are many that don't go to those port of entries, that cross in the border of arizona. so, those families are being separated from their kids. the way they are treating and prosecuting that crime is different compared to two months ago. >> they are being prosecuted like any other criminal. thank you. in a fairly unusual move the office of the first lady released a statement on the controversial issue. the statement read: former lady laura
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bush harshly criticize the policy in an opinion piece. it reads in part: at 9:30 we will talk about the policy and how it works with the reporter for the "washington post." the south bay group will protest president trump's support of the reinstatement of a question on the 2020 census that asks about citizenship. opponent -- opponents say it is intended to intimidate people. they want to increase voter registration and turnout and push back on what she says is the president's campaign to undermine thcensus. happening today, the survivors of the florida high school shooting last february are taking the road to change
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tour to kansas city. they plan to visit and hold rallies in 20 states. they want to encourage young people to vote and then ex e right to their voices are hurt. police in new jersey say a shooting at a 24-hour arts festival was started by gangs. about a thousand people were at the art all night trenton festival when the shooting started. 22 people including the suspects were hurt. police shut down the event hours before it was scheduled to end. everyone hurt is expected to survive. in washington state a car suspect was shot and killed outside of a walmart in tim water. the t -- tumwater two men standing outside the walmart saw what was going ontheir own
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both the and one bullet struck and killed the suspect. a new study finds that your age, gender and marital status can influence how you tip. the younger you are the lesser you tend to tip. the survey found that women are better tippers than men and race and marital status can an indicator on what percentage you leave. younger adults would prefer to get rid of tipping altogether and have the gratuity put in the bill. >> 15% of you between 10 to 14%. 39% of you say 20%. 10% say you go over that and tip more than 20. tip size is relative to service
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quality. standard service receives standard 15%. poor ten to 0%. great service up to 20%. >> john says i think the fact that every coffee shop has a tip bucket is annoying. why do i tip you for taking my order and money. it has gone overboard. >> if you take tipping from the customer away and add 20% tip, you take away the incentive to perform your job better. we will talk about this more as we get more of your responses. use that #and we will share some of your thoughts at 9:30. my friend a real high roller, big tipper, when steve walks in, he makes it rain. >> you know, sal how it works. 20% is where you start. just kidding. we have a little change in our pattern. after unseasonally cool weekend and windy, we were the ones hot. it was 108 in concord.
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106 in santa rosa. here you can see where the high pressure is. the heat index makes it feel like this. what are they at noon. 99 in detroit. that is hot for cincinnati. cleveland 96. chicag96 san cass -- kansas city 92. washington 93. that is hot. that is where the highs this year is centered in texas and to the east. not so much here. we will see a little bump up. there are signs the end of the week into the weekend maybe upper 90s. today it will be warmer. inland temps, let's face thys are long. plenty of low clouds. it has been a june month for fog. water temps are cold. they are coming up a little bit. the big low on the weekend past reno, salt lake city, up to boise, idaho. then out of the picture.
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it's clear in moneterey bay. e fog out. breeze whld 60s on the temps. we are nowarm that fast. we are a little more than yesterday. a few high clouds may sneak in. the end of the week looks warmer. temperatures will be warming up after thursday which is the first y of summer so, 60s, 70s and 80s where we should be according to climatology. cooler tuesday and wednesday. hello summer on thursday then warmer friday and saturday. u bet. at the 98 thanks. thated by rising sea ls. how the cost of the homes t in force in the south bay. what is being done to make the roads safer. ads safer.
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global stock intechs is declining. we see here in the states the dow is down 1 half of 1%. tech and health care and banks are taking some of the worst losses. s&p down a third and nasdaq down slightly. the mayor of oroville is trying to dam r last year's a large hole discovered forcing evacuations. the city of oroville and the county arsuing the of water resources. the city says it was failed to be maintained for decades. costs are $870 million, three tial small cracks have appeared in the new concrete slabs but the mayor says there is nothing to worry about. our infrastructure will be repaired. if mistakes are made they will
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find it out now. so, the next dam that gets repaired is going to be done right. >> state lawmakers passed legislation to increase dam inspections and federal regulators are ordering a review of other aging dams across the country. construction crews are reinforcing the spillways with structural concrete slabs and hope to have the repair work done by november 1st. a neck crop po see will be done on a great white shark that washed up. the shark measures 8 feet 9 inches long, weighed 500 pounds with fresh puncture wounds scars. the california highway patrol will launch a crackdown oners and pedestrians violating the law in san jose in an effort to make the city streets safer for people walking. there will be two locations where officers are looking for drivers that fail to yield the
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right-of-way. >> reporter: we are at right road, considered a heavily traveled intersection. you have traffic computerring in all -- coming in all four directions. since january of 2017 there will be six fatal pedestrian vehicle collisions. so, they are out trying to spread the word and make sure that vehicle drivers allow pedestrians to cross the stthe i am joined by officer lee from the san jose station. officer lee, we l live here and how to drive. do people not understand the right-of-way when they are coming up to a crosswalk? >> the vast majority of people are at least aware of the basic rules of right- crosswalk and dealing with it. there is still some confusion that some people have about specifically dealing with pedestrians in crosswalks and
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when somebody enters a crosswalk, at what point can they enter to cross and go through the intersecti >> just for clarity sake if i'm driving a vehicle, at what point do i stop for a pedestrian. >> coming up to an intersection, you have a red light that allows the pedestrian to be in the intersection crossing in front of you, the vehicle cannot enter the crosswalk until the pedestrian it is safely out of the crosswalk. >> anywhere in the crosswalk? ere in the crosswalk. >> as a pedestrian, can i cross the street anywhere? if i step out in the middle of the block do i vehicle will stop. >> the majority of people pical assumption that the driver will stop but that's how we end up with collisionsvehicle versus pedestrian wheree have major collisions and fatalities. they assume that i am a pedestrian, i have the right-of- way anywhere that i am in the road. >> that is not correct. >> that is not correct.
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within the cross walk, a pedestrian is safe as long as the vehicles are aware and following the rules of the road as well. people will cross, what we consider jaywalking, somewhere that is not a desiated crosswalk area. they are assuming that the ca are going to stop but drivers are distracted, looking at other things, doing other things. that is what we will be doing as well, watching for distractions that drivers and other people are displaying out on the road. >> you run these education programs. do you see a benefit from this or is this just -- doesn't have an impact? >> it does have an effect. we are hopingto kind of continue this effect and keep it going. the only reason we come out and do any type of education or enforcement actions is to have a benefit and positive effect and save lives. when we look at the numbers that we have from this time
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period of 2017 to 2018, similar time period from years before, 2015 and 2016 there was -- we have had a drop in the number of these collisions. in fact, from 2016 to the 2017 timeframe, we had a drop in vehicle versus pedestrian fatalities, somewhere around 70 to 75%. >> that is sizable. >> that is sizable. it is significant. we hope to kin that and drop it officer lee, appreciate your time this morning. officers will be out here until 4:00 in the afternoon. in east san jose, jesse gary. coming up when we come back, wewill take you covenant house in oakland. ktvu spent time there giving
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manyus spent time volunteering at covenant house. >> it's all part of an initiative called 21st century fox impact week. we spend time giving back to the community. >> as claudine wong tells us it gives us a chance to learn about important work being done by covenant house. >> reporter: it's easy to drive by this nondescript building and never owwhat is happening inside. >> i have driven by so many times. i had no clue it was here. >> i knew little about covenant house and i am very exteto share this with other people. >> reporter: this building on harrison street was once governor jerry brown's home. now it's a safe place for teens
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and people experiencing homelessness. >> 18 to 24-year-old, roughly 4,000 young people that experience homelessness in the bay area. we house 80. so, even though that is impressive, it don't make a dent. our -- our ways list is significant. in addition some have faced exploitation and trafficking. >> when you come in here, what they have gone through and now they have someone that cares about them, not feeling invisible. that is phenomenal. >> reporter: covenant house offers services and two-year residential program. here they hope to wrap these young people in their arms. >> not just shelter, not just food but also job prep, helping them with the educational goals and life skills and how to ng healthy rooms and food and relationship. >> reporter: it starts with a place like this.
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they tasked our team with making the space shinier. we cleaned every surface we could fine. >> cleaning surfaces, 409 and the kitchen, shares, couches. >> reporter: we organized a closet full of clothes by color, size and style. >> we are turning this closet into a nicely organized place where they can come in and find something nice to wear for school, a job interview. there are things with tags which is great. it's like gold for these kids. it's brand-new. >> my closet doesn't look like this at home. i was going to make this row perfect and i will make this row perfect. that is the least i can do. if it puts a smile on their face when they come in, that is fantastic. >> reporter: we all had the sense that whatever we were doing wasn't enough. >> as great as this facility is
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and it's a great facility. this is a fraction of what the kids need. >> it's overwhelming. it makes you feel signature knife -- insignificant our little piece. >> reportercona us says bidifferences often come in small gestures. it is in the smell of a clean room. >> a clean space is the beginning of dignity. >> reporter: and it's about tag part in this on -- taking part in this ongoing mission. >> i hope that that is the start of restoration. i hope that is the start of the reflection of their worth. the small things we do speak louder sometimes than the big things. >> claudine joins us in the studio. >> the reality is they need more beds, more space. they have 80. they want to double the space.
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they three tions. they are starting a capital campaign. think about the stat that of the beds available for people experiencing homelessness, 3% are for young people. this is the larger problem that they are trying to attack. it's often as it does for nonprofits comes down to funding. >> we took a lot of good questions from the young people when they came to ktvu. >> the next step. >> the next step. that was great. why they wanted them to come here and visit industries, to see their future. with all the stuff they experience and we meet a lot of people that were bright and optimistic and see all the different jobs, possibilities of places to work and move that forward. >> how hard is it to transition to help these kids make the transition to being independent themselves? >> thaishave they do. they have a two-year program.
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they help them get jobs and save 80% of the money they make to have a way to move out then they measure it and measure it by stable housing, income and they have a 94% success rate for the folks that come through e program. >> it's a ge number. they tracked this for like a year. they want to make sure that when they leave covenant house they are leaving for a ig future. >> one example of the many ways ktvu tried to be of service to the community. >> it was an incredible week. we spent time at that one place but then we spent time at other places. we came here to vuand put in hygiene kits. mike mibach was a part of th. they were going to oakland. those are important for the work that eye doing there. there is video of what we were putting in the bags. we paid a visit to city team oakland where the hygiene kits
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were going. it's a few blocks from here. we talked about how they were trying to help those in need and we will have it tomorrow. >> claudine wong, good to have you. >> see you tomorrow. coming up, mexico's upset over germany was a seismic experience. experience.
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we continue with reaction to the trump administration's reaction to parents at the border. house minority leader nancy pelosi and other democratic leaders will visit the border in san diego. they will tour a housing facility for children separated from their parents that cross
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into the u.s. illegally. since april children have been detained kept in facilities separate from their parents. moments ago president trump addressed the controversy saying the u.s. will not turn into a migrant camp, not on my watch. this reflects a change in policy directed by attorney general jeff sessions. let's talk about this more by bringing in calum porter. >> there is a lot of outcry over what is happening. the administration says the adults are being treated like any other criminal now. can you explain that? >> that is only true if you assume that all other criminals are held until their court date which is not the case. in the past what happened was many people who were adults were accused of trying to enter the country released on bond until they were scheduled to appear in court as many other accused criminals in this country are.
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but, instead, since april the administration has a zero- tolerance policy. the adults are being held now until the court dates which means they will be separated from their children because the kids cannot be held in the same place as the parents are incar senior rated. that's why you have the split going on. we heard from president trump moments ago that he won't see the u.s. turned into a migrant camp. homeland security camp says there are no apologize from the administration over what is happening. there are concerns from that the party needs to change its messaging on the issue. do you see that happening and how? >> i think we will find out more this week because congress is considering two diversions of republican bills to address the issue. one is basically a nonstarter. it's a far more conservative bill drafted only by the -- by the of the party. there is a more moderate bill
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that has some support among moderate republicans and more surveytivetive -- conservative members. it's tricky because it's unclear if the president will back it. he was asked about it on fox and friends and he said he would not support the more moderate version then hours later they came out with a different statement and said he would. it would, perhaps, allow the families to not be split up once they arrive at the united states border and it would include funding for the border wall which is a key point for him that he campaigned on. >> you mentioned tricky. i know melania issued a statement that referred to governing with heart. laura bush calling the situation cruel. it's somewhat atypical to hear republicans speaking out against their own party. >> it is. what we are seeing is the power of images here. we haven't seen a lot of images. last week some small group of
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reporters toured the former walmart in brownsville, texas that is turned into a holding center for boys. they couldn't take their own photos and videos but the department of homeland security gave out hand out videos of the center. that seemed to be triggering this response. you mentioned laura bush, she has an op-ed in our newspaper. she mentioned the images in the first sentence of her story and you see that in melania trump as well where she says govern with heart. she is not explicitly opposing her husband's policy but coming close. >> what is the next step? >> if you go with what the president said a few minutes ago, he is space council meeting. he is trying to put the ball in democrats court. the thing to watch for is whether democrats will be willing to move any closer to the president on immigration, specifically whether they would give him funding for the border
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wall. the president seems to be using the holding centers as a bargaining chip. he won't explicitly say so. his message today this afternoon has been we could solve this problem, we could get rid of this separation of children from parents if democrats give me some of what i want on immigration. >> all right. thank you for joining us. >> glad to be with you. president trump just spoke on the immigration issue. here are some of his comments for you. >> the united states ll not be a migrant camp and it will not be a refugee holding facilities. it won't be. you look at what is happening in europe and what is happening in our places, we can't allow that to happen to thunited states, not on watch. >> the president said the reason there hasn't been immigration reform is the
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democrats fault. he called the democrats obstructionists. apple is rolling out a future that will help first responders find you in an emergency. if you call 911, it will share your location. alyssa harrington is live outside an apple store. how do people feel about the feature. >> reporter: people i talked to say in an emergency they want help to arrive as soon as possible. there are issues over privacy concerns. they want to know exactly what information apple is sending out. here is how it works, when you call 911, the technology send your exact location to a system where only emergency responders can access it. they can send firefighters, paramedics and police to the scene right away. now 911 operators rely on a system that was originally set up for land lines. they ask the caller the address and track information from cell phone towers that transmit the call. they hope it saves lives. here is what people i talked to
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had to say. >> sounds like a great idea if it saves lives, why not. >> the flip side is the privacy. everybody knows your home address and as long as it's secure and encrypted it's positive. >> a great idea because i coach basketball and when we do this emergency training they let us know, will go to, think, fresno is a dispatch then somewhere around here. so, there is threeffr ent point from before it gets to you. >> reporter: this new feature is meant to streamline that information and decrease the amount of time it takes to dispatch first responders to a location. sometimes callers don't know where they are or are too hurt or upset during an emergency to import details. apple will not share the name of a caller.
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information can only be accessed during an emergency call. it should roll out for iphone users running ios 12. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. the battle for big names for original video programming heats up. apple signed a deal with oprah winfrey to create new programs. they say winfrey's project will be part of apple's line up of original content and not conflict with the oprah winfrey network. apple doesn't know how to make television so they are calling in experts. apple and netflix have been working to lock up deals with some the biggest names in media. d also a celebrity interview m hosted by david letterman. many coastal properties may
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be flooded by rising sea levels in the next few years. marin county will be the hardest hit area in the state. 4400 homes would be underwater by 2045. across the state 20,000 homes are at risks. americans are taking climate change more seriously when it comes to buying homes.  homes in areas most exposed to flood and hurricane risk were worth last year than a decade ago. the study found between 2007 and 2017 average home prices have far out passed those with the greatest risk. >> we have been talking about this all morning. a study finds that your age, gender and marital status can influence how you tip. credit found the younger you are the less you tend to tip. according to the survey, younger adults would prefer to get rid of it altogether and
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have it built into the bill. >> the question of day is -- question of the day is a good one. 16% say between 10 to 14%. 36% 15 to 19%. 38% say 20%. 10% say you go over 20%. >> i went 20%, tweeted out. r.g. says agree. nothing beats a warm greeting and kind service. after that make the tip exceptional so they know that you noticed. >> i see you, got it. >> on twitter, i'm notorious for overtipping but i am in the bar restaurant industry. with that said, if i truly received poor service the tip will reflecttweet double the tax always minimally. if it's great service tip more. thank you for your tips on tipping. surprising victory, mets beat germany.
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one of the biggest moments this year. >> here he comes. goal. >> big goal there. that lone goal came in the 45th minute. germany became the third defending champion in the last 16 years to lose the opening match at the world cup. >> plenty of cheering with the mexico victory over germany. thousands gathered at the stadiutowatch it on a big screen. mexico had never defeated germany in a world cup match fo the germans were glad to be with other soccer fans to watch the match. >> everybody is happy and celebrating. it's nice. world cup is amazing. >> my father is from mexico and mother is from germany. i have to admit i was for mexico. i have seen them lose so many
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times against germany. germany one the last world cup so i am happy for them. >> the san jose earthquakes are watching host parties for all the world cup matches. it's free to get in and parking >> mexico's win over germany shook the earth triggering tw earthquakes centers in mexico center. thousand gathered to watch it and all the jumping up and down in celebration of the winning goal caused what felt like a minor earthquakes. >> i heard yelling from across the street people watching that had the windows open and yelling, exciting. >> ktvu is your home for many matches. today it's fox 1. tomorrow it returns to fox 2 with poland staying -- taking on senegal at 8:00 then at 11:00 russia takes on egypt. both will on fox 2.
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"mornings on 2" moves to ktvu plus tomorrow morning starting at 7:00 where you can catch all the news, weather and traffic with sal. >> thank you, mike. for the second year in a row brooks koepka is the u.s. open champion. >> another great shot. >> he is the first player to successfully defend the u.s. open title since kurtis strange in 1989. he was one stroke ahead of y fl he is the sixth player to shoot 63 in a major. dustin johnson, i was cheering him on, he finished two shots back. he missed a punch of putts that i thought he should have made but it was great watching it.
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>> phil mickelson? >> i read bin laden that. >> he made people -- some golf purists upset. >> that's what i do every week. >> let's talk about the little ones. we are highlighted to -- we are glad to highlight amazing kids. meet the students from hahn marshal arts. they took part in korean fest in oakland. students ranged from 7 to 13 years old. some moves included using an arm for a roundabout. and kicking six boards in a row. it can be good for little ones that need channeling of energy. >> they can be on my team. i don't want to go against
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them. >> even though they are 7 years old. >> we invite you to submit your videos and a brief description of the young athletes in your life. coming up, you have seen the signs in shops you break it you buy it. for one family, that is becoming all too real. the bill they are faced with. are faced with.
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friday june 22 is the monster energy fast star cup. it will be used to support the theme sonoma rising honoring people affected by the north bay wildfires. i am joined by the president and general manager of sonoma raceway. thank you for coming in. indy car series, nhra, nascar, you host so many events out there. what makes it a special track in this country? >> well, number one, our setting. right there in the sonoma valley, one of the most beautiful places you could do what we do. and the experience, particularly for mass scar, nascar starts in february and they are going around in circles for weeks and weeks. they come to sonoma at the end of june and make the first right turn of the year. we put a different experience
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to the drivers. a twisty narrow track, bumping, different experience than what you would normally see. >> i mentioned the wildfires in october. one of those came close tour track? >> we had -- to your track? >> we had about 600 acres that burned. the hill above the raceway was on fire. fortunately we didn't lose structures but the theme of sonoma rising will be a big part of what we do this weekend. >>in what way? >> we honor a lot of of the heros involved in fighting the fires and rescuing the people. we have about 1,000 tickets distributed to families affected by the fires through the united way. we will have a lot of folks there and heros during the driver introductions will join the drivers so, it's -- it was clearly a devastating catastrophic event in our community and something that we are taking the opthat were heros and just to talk about
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how resilient we are as a community and what we are doing. so, we felt sonoma rising was a great them. >> i agree. for people on sunday, beat the traffic. always beat the traffic but is what going on before the race. >> come early. we have a lot of stuff. a lot of the stuff is going on in the air. we have a 45 minute air show. it starts off with a stunt pilot then 25 minute show with a group called the patriot jets that is, i would put up there with the blue angels. phenomenal show. if you get there about 9:00, 9:30 we have q and as with drivers, all sorts of family fun then the air show is something not to be missed. >> i was reading that you had about 11 different race winners the past 13 years. what do you read into that. what does that tell you. >> our race is so differ
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good on a road course. now these guys are so good that on any given week the dynamics of the race are so different than what they experience week after week. >> are you surprised? they only do road courses twice? >> the field has grown. it used to be a lot of good old boys from the south that ran on circle tracks. now we have a bunch of drives from california that grew up riding on road courses and they practice and test on road courses, our track, simulators that allows them to hone the skills has developed. >> what about the spectators. have you seen the sport grow when it comes to attendance? >> it ebb and flows. the thing that is great is the influx of younger fans. it's a different crowd than what was there -- i have
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crowd when i got there in terms of the 's a broad cross section a lot of corporate activity and family activity. it's a three ring circuit. >> get their early. there are tickets left sunday. we have ticket information for you on our web site at look for it in the web links section under the "mornings on 2" tab and it's on our mobile app. get there early. 37 and 21 a busy intersection. >> absolutely. we will be back after the break. e break.
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mug monday. your chance to win a ktvu fox 2 news mug. go to our facebook page and click on the contest link and fill out the entry form. they are to win. these are the mugs we are talking about. if you are a winner, we would love it if you took a picture of you with your mug we will put it up. the pride celebration is san francisco is generations of
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strength. organizers expected 100,000 spectators for the parade down market street. it's the 48th annual pride parade and march. officials events are saturday and sunday, there are pride related activities over the next few days. they include film festivals, stanley shows, nightclub parties and lgbt night at next thursday's giant game. warriors fans can place a bid from the -- on the jersey for the player responsible for one of the most memoryable -- memorable plays. j.r. smith rebounded the free throw there with the game tied and the warriors one game one in overtime and swept the cavs. bidding surpassed $3,000. that number is expected to rise as we get closer to the thursday night deadline. >> related to that, a local
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beer company is fun at lebron james. they released a company called lebron tears. it came out a week after the warriors swept the cavaliers. the message reads we took the tears from sir james game one loss and dissteeled them into a hazy ipa just for you. if you remember before game 4 we were live at the brewing company in san francisco. they had abetting on with a cleveland brewery. since the warriors one, the cleveland brewery has to name a new brew how sweet it is ipa. >> i like it. we know weddings and family functions westbound expensive. one family in kansas found out it can be more so. their little boy knocked over a sculpture that cost $100,000. the family is at a wedding reception when the little boy knocks over the sculpture. you can watch it now. he is cute, inquisitive.
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not a problem, right -- yes, problem. the city of over land park says they have to pay $132,000 for being negligent and not supervising the guy. the family says it should be better protected. >> quiet reception there. >> a small wedding as is the trend. do you think mom and dad should pay up. >> no, they should have been locked down in a case. >> there you go. we will talk about this more at noon. have a great one.
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