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before they are sent out in the community. >> this class helps us save lives, it helps us increase understanding and awareness of the very obstacles that leads to friction and the lack of trust. >> there are 46 officer recruits, the last class in san jose state is this coming friday. breaking news from fairfield, there has been an officer involved shooting this morning, one person has been shot and injured. we are at the scene with new information from police about what happened. plus, hundreds of east bay teachers are back on picket lines this morning, we are outside the elementary school, we will tell you what the teachers are asking for and what is in store for today.>> from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> it is a busy morning, thank you for being with us, tuesday, may 21. we are going straight to sal
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, we have major traffic problems. >> 80 westbound, the biggest problem we have had, they cleared the crash right at university, it was a truck accident. all the lanes are open but the damage is done, it is more than one hour to drive down to the macarthur maze, people are not getting through at a fast rate. look at the bay bridge, it looks like sunday morning almost, that is because people are stuck upstream, if you will. another place is highway 24, the opened the lane right near the tunnel, it is right near the gateway wilder exit here. the damages done here, look at the slow traffic, they are creeping along at a slow speed from walnut creek, all the way to the tunnel. other commutes have been more
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normal like the south bay commute, that looks all right. we had an accident in the southbound direction, southbound 17 redwood estates, the problem is northbound 17 is slow as you come through the lexington hills and down to the valley. here is 280 downtown san jose. let's go to the weather. more rain moving through on a very cool day for us, temperatures across the board will be below average again, maybe a little jump tomorrow. our good friend, marty, good morning, steve. that is a lot of rain, and there is more moving through marin county, and maybe where you live as well. these were the highs yesterday, and normal on the right. not even close. the biggest drop is the inland areas. and see some of these bands continuing to move through, the wind has picked up as well, out of the northwest, had some wind up to 25 miles per hour.
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mendocino county, also lake county, more unseasonably cool showers moving through. we will see some of that, not too much in sonoma county, a little bit is trying to move there again, in the light rain moving to the peninsula, and two parts of the east bay, san jose. producing snow in the mountains, winter weather advisors out until 8:00. 40s and low 50s on the temperatures. low 50s for many here, 32 in truckee. 50s all the way from reading down to santa barbara, just amazingly cool statewide here, even into arizona, it has been amazingly cool there as well. we will warm up, the next system that will play into the weekend weather. if you have travel plans into the mountains, anywhere for the weekend, stay tuned for the latest because it looks like
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more rain is on the way. back to breaking news we have been following in fairfield, this is where officers shot a man after they responded to a break-in at a business. early this morning near clay bank road and horizon drive. we have some new information from police. sarah, what did they tell you? >> reporter: we just talked to the fairfield police department, and obviously this scene is still very active out here, this happened about five hours ago, you can still see a police presence out here in fairfield. the scene stretches from skyline commercial center, that is where the initial call came in, it stretches all the way down clay bank, so a big scene out here right now. we do know from the police department, the man who was shot by officers is in critical condition, no officers were hurt. this started about a convenience store being broken into, the department says they got there and saw a man walking
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away from the business with what appeared to be a gun. officers haven't said if the man had a gun but it is under investigation. the suspect ran and officers chased him according to the police department. we don't know why shots were fired but the police department said, the suspect was shot at some point during that chase and taken to a hospital. we heard from a lieutenant at a news conference just about 30 minutes ago about the next steps for the officers involved.>> the standard protocol is the officers are placed on a paid administrator believe during the investigative process, they will soon be interviewed regarding the incident. the crime scene technicians are working some physical evidence and they will probably be out here for several hours. >> reporter: right now, we are on the corner of horizon drive in clay bank road, you can see cars are moving freely, even though the speed is still active, not impacting traffic at all, the only thing people should be aware of is the skyline commercial center,
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which has a couple of businesses, that area is closed right now as police are investigating and the police department did tell us they will likely be out here for several hours. in fairfield this morning, ktvu fox 2 news. thank you. happening now, teachers in the new haven unified school district are again walking picket lines for the second straight day. alyssa harrington is at the elementary school, and you are saying there is no firm date on when contract talks may start again. good morning. >> reporter: there is a reason why teachers are gathered right here, we are in front of the courtyard, they say that yesterday some of the substitute teachers and other administrators parked in this lot to avoid crossing the picket line because nobody was in this area yesterday. so, today, they are forming a line right in front of the driveway to get in to put some pressure on the district. teachers say that the district is not offering them anything
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near what they want or what they say is even acceptable. they are picketing outside of 12 schools this morn. teachers want higher pay and better working conditions. the union is asking for a 10% raise over 2 years, something district officials say they cannot afford. they are offering 1% rates plus a one-time 3% bonus, more small raises are possible but only if the district gets more state funding. everyone is hoping this strike does not last too long, the last day of school is june 2. >> we hope it is not going to go until the end of the year. we are putting some plans in place to see how we are going to handle it towards graduation. >> we never want to leave our students behind. >> reporter: school remains open with substitute teachers and administers filling in, but attendance yesterday was way down. these talks stalled over the
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weekend between the union and the district and the next bargaining session could come as early as wednesday. also this morning in about 15 minutes, we are expecting a press conference to happen right here, we just got done speaking with the woman in charge of that, she is gathering everybody together. they are going to give us an update on their plans moving forward. there is also a rally today starting at 11:30. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. happening today, danville police will be on campus at another school at the unified school district because of a threat. the student discovered threatening graffiti in the girls bathroom in danville yesterday. it read, "shooting tomorrow, my brother said 5/21/18, today's date." they don't want to take any chances. the school district said, we understand how disturbing such reports can be and respect that a number of families may choose
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to keep their children home from school. a freelance journalist whose home was raided by san francisco police will ask the court to give him back his cameras, computers, and cell phones that were seized by the police. the police are defending the raids as part of an investigation into the "illegal release of a preliminary report about the death of the former public defender." the raids were also revised by search warrants. he is protected by a california law. he sells news information and video to the media, three tv stations including ktvu but the report. turning to sports, the san jose sharks fighting to stay in the nhl playoffs as they play the st. louis blues tonight in st. louis. they had a loss sunday at the shark tank.
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they all left the game with injuries, with only one player coming back to the eyes ice. sharks will be hosting their official watch party, they are calling on supporters to fill the tank for the pivotal game six. tickets are only five dollars. the money raised will go to the sharks foundation, parking in the avc lot is free. the gates will open at 5:00. the golden state warriors are heading to their fifth straight nba finals after sweeping the trailblazers. they returned home overnight with the western conference finals trophy in hand, now all eyes are on the eastern conference finals at toronto and milwaukee. clay thompson tied the game late in the fourth quarter, and the oakland native, damian
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lillard had the chance to win the game, but the ball bounced out. the game went into overtime. the warriors win, steph curry and green became the first players to have a triple-double in the same game.>> they were given everything they wanted, and everyone else wanted. we knew we had the chance, that is what you pitch a basketball is all about. we may not be able to do it for 48 minutes, but when you can lock in most when it matters, we can live with those results. we gave ourselves the chance.>> we just played with confidence, we have been here before, we have been through a lot of experiences and the championship mentality showed down the stretch tonight, and
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we just found a way to get it done. >> after sweeping the blazers, the warriors have nine days off before beginning on may 30, he will play either the raptors or the milwaukee bucks. >> i loved it. all right, and don't forget tickets go on sale this morning, the warriors will host games three and four of the best-of-seven series. a presale event for pre- sickness -- preseason start. president trump at his rally in pennsylvania invited a man wearing a unique costume on stage, in support of president trump's border wall. what he was wearing and what the president had to say about it. up next, today's hearing on capitol hill is going to more fuel on the impeachment fire.
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welcome back, it is just about 7:15, happening now in washington dc, a house judiciary committing hearing is underway, even though the person who was subpoenaed to testify never showed up. the lawyer for don mcgahn says he will skip that hearing. the committee will vote on whether to hold him in contempt. >> if he does not appear, it will establish a pattern for the president to not only obstruct the mueller report, but an ongoing effort to prevent the american people from knowing the full truth. >> earlier this month, william barr also defied his subpoena to appear before the commuter.
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president trump showed up with one of his supporters, for his plan to build a wall along the border with mexico. >> get him up here. come on. look at this guy. >> the president said the man is from san diego, the president said the cities will be safer because parts of the border already have a wall in place. the president said, those walls will help undocumented immigrants from coming into the country. democratic leaders in california are debating how many undocumented immigrants should qualify for subsidized healthcare under california's medical program. hundreds of activists protested at the state capital calling
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for medical coverage for all immigrants. governor newsom has proposed letting undocumented immigrants under the age of 26 to enroll in medi-cal. with some democratic lawmakers say low income people of all ages should be eligible regardless of their immigration status. police in arizona say a teenage girl's disappearance sparked an amber alert, and she is now safe, the amber alert was issued yesterday. police say they believe she was abducted by 18-year-old, miguel rodriguez perez, the lead search confirmed they found her unharmed, and perez is in custody. there is no contact order in effect against perez. federal prosecutors say a man has agreed to plead guilty to stealing an endangered lemur from a zoo in southern california. they say the 19-year-old
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confessed to stealing isaac, that is isaac. the oldest lemur in captivity in north america. he said he used bar cutters to get into the enclosure where the lemur, which by the way is 32 years old, was being kept. he took the lemur to keep it as a pet. the next day, he left it in the plastic container outside of a newport beach motel with a note, explaining it was stolen from the zoo. he is due back in court next tuesday. the unusual rainy weather we have been getting, it is disrupting the spring strawberry harvest, we have been talking about it, growers in santa cruz county say july is the peak of the season, but usually the harvest starts in late march and runs until october. our recent wet weather is damaging the berries still on the vine. it is important that they remove the damaged berries to
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prevent mildew which could spread to other berries. farmers say there are less berries than usual right now, but the overall season, they are hoping, should not suffer. we have to start our morning commute talk with sal about what happens on 80. >> it was so slow that people aren't getting through to the bay bridge, it was looking really like, people are getting through on 80 or 24, things have improved a little bit but as we like to say in the traffic business, the damages done. parking is bridge to the macarthur maze, all the lanes are open now as you drive to the bay bridge. it is backed out all the way to highway 24, that crashed near gateway, actually, wilder exit, excuse me. let's go back to this for a second. let me get rid of the arrow.
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look at 680, it is backed up from pleasant hill, a lot of people are jamming up, even if you're not going on 24, you're going to be slow from pleasant hill to walnut creek because of all of the chain reaction. some people are avoiding 80, really there is no way around it. highway 4 is slow, the whole region is going to be a mess. the south bay commute looks a little bit nor normal, on the peninsula, we haven't had too much slow traffic, and in south city, but that looks a lot more normal. 720, let's bring in steve. thank you, let's get right to it, we will talk about some unseasonably cool temperatures, not only here, but much of california, into nevada and arizona. partly cloudy, a few showers. now it is pouring. the buoy temperatures are
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running about 55 of 258, so probably 55. now this is heading over to berkeley, alameda, it went right over the golden gate bridge, now over the bay bridge and also a line from fremont down into san jose, along highway 101. for the last 24 hours, about .06. these were the highs yesterday, what is normal is on the right. livermore, 65, should be closer to 80 degrees, san jose, 66, should be 75. and santa rosa should also be 75, it is snowing, there was a winter weather advisory out for tahoe 8:00 tonight. also tahoe and truckee with chain requirements . we did
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have some went up to 35 miles per hour, but that is looking to come down a little bit. that is very cool. some of these cells went right over the bay bridge, now you can see some of these could produce some brief heavy rain going over the bay bridge as well, over to alameda. one was right over fremont, that looks like that is falling apart. coming right out over the northwest, 50s on the temperatures and a few upper 40s. east bay temperatures, low 50. 40 degrees, that is unseasonably cool. 50s in sacramento, and also in phoenix, 59 the high yesterday was 77, that is 19 degrees below average. las vegas yesterday, 73 degrees, that is 17 degrees below average. so, it is not just us, it is much of california and also the
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southwest. we will get some off and on rain today, occasionally producing moderate to heavy rain. another system is dropping in on the weekend and all signs point towards rain coming back not only here, but look at some of the areas in the sierra and also up towards shasta. if you have travel plans, be advised, this is amazing for this time of year. the timeline looks to be saturday evening into sunday morning. 60s on the temperatures, and cooler again, maybe a little bit warmer on wednesday and thursday but it is not going to last. thank you. still ahead, dress barn is shutting down all of its stores, we will tell you why and how many stores are impacted in the bay area. and, the large tax break, what is at stake and the impact on the community.
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santa clara county filed a lawsuit to reverse the decision that cut millions of dollars from the 49ers annual tax bill, the county assessor is suing the tax board of $36 million. and reduced the teams annual taxes by $6 million. the board said the taxes should be split 50-50 between the city and the 49ers. the county assessor argued, the team should pay 100%, it wants
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the revenue back to help fund schools and other government agencies. dress barn is going to close all of its stores, including in the bay area, it has been a difficult year for many retailers with more store closings announced at this point, than in all of last year. dress barn is owned by a parent company in new jersey, and the company has not announced an exact timeline for the closures. the trade war between the u.s. and china is heating up, now there are concerns for beer drinkers, we will explain how breweries are feeling the effects. people are upset after a move to freshen the menu at the san jose airport, how a vote could force out two s. bay restaurants. alright boys, time for bed.
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> welcome back, traffic and weather, and news is very busy.>> we will talk about traffic in a second, first about the weather, because the rain is back.>> the rain is back am in very cold temperatures, phoenix, 77, 19 degrees below normal. bakersfield and sacramento yesterday did not even get up to 70 degrees, and livermore, 65, should be close to 80. more rain is back, that is for sure. this is coming out of a northwest flow, they can produce some brief heavy rain, they are not sticking around. but, the highs are not changing too much today, to be honest, we will still be well below
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average. this has to go down as the coolest may in years. even some low 40s, which is unheard of. we still have some chain requirements in the mountains, a blustery day out of the northwest. cool temperatures in mendocino and lake county as well. now rate back over to berkeley. and maybe over 224 as well, had a decent sell on fremont, it looks like there's not much left of that now, but still look for mostly cloudy skies, cool temperatures, off and on rain. we will end up in the 60s with a lot of these temperatures, and occasional rain today, and very cool for this time of year. sal, good news or still bad? the commute has been affected by the rain, it is not particularly heavy but it is wet enough to have people slow down. we have an hour and five minute drive right now from the
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vallejo area up to the macarthur maze. one hour and five minutes, you heard me right. this is normally a 30 minute commute at the heart of it, now we are double that because of earlier crashes, the bay bridge is backed up. if you are waiting for somebody, you might be waiting for a while, highway 24 has not improved that much. they have clear the crash but traffic is very slow. look at this, just creeping along at five miles per hour, it is beginning to affect 680 as well. the other commutes haven't been that bad, this commute in the south bay looks normal. but the rain is not making for a great commute, this is downtown san jose, so if you are going anywhere, please give yourself extra time. by the way, the rain on sfo is showing us that some of the flights may be delayed, you should check on your airline. 7:32, let's go back to the desk. testimony resumes today in
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the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire trial. alexis abrams burke told the jury, she thought her boyfriend was referring to a bonfire when he texted, i love you, fire. another witness also became emotional while testifying that her friend, nicole, texted her, there is a fire here. she also thought her friend was talking about a bonfire. the da is drawing sympathy from the victims. >> i want to draw up the emotion involved, because that is the advantage they have. >> the former tenant testified that he had no issues with the stairs inside the warehouse. neither max harris or derick almena is responsible for the conditions of the warehouse before the deadly fire. had really is going to be back in the courtroom today as he has been every day of this trial, he is posting
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information on social media, he have has reports on his daily blog. happening today, several environmental groups and community members will be meeting at the chevron richmond refinery, also the headquarters in san ramon. protests are expected to take place at 10 different countries, denouncing chevron from what they call human and environmental rights abuses. dozens of activists are expected to rally ahead of chevron's annual shareholder meeting next week in san ramon. the city council unexpectedly made a decision about selling flavored tobacco, counsel is expected to decide whether to ban all sales of flavored tobacco or limit sales to stores that only have adult customers. there was heated debate on both sides.>> i don't cause offense to my family, i'm not craving a cigarette every five minutes like i was before.>> we are trying to find solutions.
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>> the city council came up with a third option, not to do anything until 2021, they gave the state and federal government time to update their laws. if nothing is done by 2021, all flavored tobacco sales would be outlawed. even the most unspoken community members wondered how much good can come from changing the local law. 90% of people get their supplies online. this morning, police in new zealand filed a charge for the man convicted of the deadly shootings. it is the first time they used the terrorism law after the september 11 attacks. happening today, top officials of the trump administration heading to capitol hill, give me a closed-
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door briefing at the house and senate on detention and in the persian gulf. the u.s. is moving an aircraft carrier to the persian gulf, and a tweet, president trump threatened the end of iran. barbara lee says the president had to be reminded, it is congress that has the power to declare war.>> i believe that if in fact this administration attempts to go to war with iran, they need to come to congress, they need to debate the pros and cons and congress should either authorize or not authorize the use of force against iran. >> the trump administration is sending mike pompeo and acting defense secretary, to meet today with lawmakers. the u.s. and china are in a trade war, craft beer companies
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are taking a hit. this is a trickle-down effect from breweries that are being affected by the steel and aluminum tariffs. charlie shows us how the trade war could impact prices.>> these tariffs are pretty threatening to the craft brewery. >> when it comes to the trade war terrace talks, what is on top for craft breweries, is dealing with the ripple effect of this impacting the bottom line.>> a small cost upstream ends up being amplified as it moves downstream. >> it is flowing to craft breweries in arizona, who are feeling the effects of costs going up from there steel and aluminum suppliers. >> the people who really feel the pinch right now are disproportionately the small breweries.>> every piece of equipment, from the tank, to the can you brought from the store, has some material from china.>> just those little bits of pennies, our margins are so
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tight, it is almost impossible for us to pass that on to consumers and not absorb a chunk about ourselves. >> they rely on steel and aluminum, they have seen their suppliers run out of lids recently.>> there is no current tariff that is impacting the cost of your tax handles, but that doesn't mean that one won't change, or that won't change and one won't be coming your way. >> craft beer accounts for the quarter, more than 24% of the multibillion-dollar u.s. beer market. susan is a registered nurse who enjoys like many other americans, and said this is going to hurt craft breweries who don't have giant margins. despite steel and aluminum tariffs being lifted against canada and mexico, this won't change much for craft brewers, they are still concerned as most of the resources come from
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china. fox news. thank you. yet another bay area parent do to plead guilty in the college admissions scandal. augustine, the owner of contessa wines is accused of paying $300,000 to have his daughter's sat scores improved and to have her recruited for the usc water polo team. in exchange for a guilty plea, prosecutors are recommending that he served 15 months in prison and pay a $95,000 fine. pro-choice and women's rights organizations are holding rallies across the country today for reproductive rights. several events are happening in the bay area, including one in the san francisco city hall. the supervisor will be 20 representatives from planned parenthood in northern california, the california democratic women's caucus and others will rally with a special announcement. the new rally will be held
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in front of the grand lake theater in oakland, that protest will be hosted by the grassroots political organization indivisible east bay and the advocacy group, move on. it comes after several states passed very tough laws on abortion. a major crackdown on people who use disabled parking placards illegally in the south bay. yesterday, enforcement officers were out covering a six block stretch of san fernando street. they were looking for people who were using disabled parking placards illegally. officials say since 2001, the number of citations given out statewide has gone up steadily.>> we feel bad that we made somebody's day a little bit harder, but the reality is, i feel worse for the person who can't park there because there spot is taken.>> we have more officers in the field paying attention to these types of violations.>> the san jose ticket is $410, the state
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citation fee is $250 and that is not including court fees. san jose police recruits are now getting a very unique training, a new training first of its kind class to help them understand the current social and political climate. it is a history class, it was created in partnership with san jose state university covering local topics like the 1933 lynching in st. james park, the brutality of the 1969 fiesta de la rosas. it is giving them some context before they are sent out into the community. >> this class helps us to save lives because it helps us to increase understanding and awareness of those very obstacles that have led to friction and the lack of trust. >> there are 46 officer recruits, the last class at san jose state is this coming friday. a vote today could force two san jose restaurants from
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san jose international airports. those contracts do not include two local favorites, both are staples in the community, they would no longer have a presence at the airport.>> we are really disappointed, and a spokesperson is saying they are at stake. >> a lot of what we are talking about involves the weather, severe weather slamming parts of the u.s., what is happening out there today, plus you are going to hear from somebody who was caught right in the middle of it all. and ezekiel elliott involved in another incident, what his boss has to say about it. let's see what is coming up in the next hour.
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coming up, how competing shoe companies are coming together to fight tariffs during this current trade war with china. also, uber is being blamed for traffic increases in san francisco, how officials are considering a proposal. we are back after the break.
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these kinds of funnel clouds touched down in texas, oklahoma, arkansas, missouri, and kansas. >> i was just in the living room reading a book, and i could hear it go crazy outside, when i looked out the window, i saw my carport getting blown away.>> fortunately, the impact has been less than what was forecasted. class is back in session today in tulsa after they were closed yesterday. parts of the roads were completely washed out, a strong system is moving across the southern plains, it brought tornadoes and heavy rain, leaving dangerous water levels in parts of the state. first responders are trying to pull cars out of floodwaters and capacitors to safety. sal, you have been really busy, i don't know where you are going to start now, we have had a mess in the bay area.>> the rain, it seems like it is
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january or february out there, this commute is definitely affected by the wet weather. we will start with the richmond bridge, the traffic is moderately heavy although it is a little bit better because people are stuck on 80 they are not getting to this point. we have seen that for some of the bridges already, this is a look at the 80 freeway, taking more than one hour to drive from the bridge to the macarthur maze, part of it was because of an earlier accident, and part of it is because people are driving slower because of the rain. highway 24 is getting a little bit better, but not much. look at this. that traffic is stacked up. we had one of our coworkers who is now one hour late to work. we are getting updates from him . he is not close. this is one of those things where you might want to decide not to do it. northbound 101 looks like an afternoon commute approaching the 80 split. here we are, almost till the
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end of may and this looks like january. there was a stalled vehicle on san mateo bridge, and the south bay commute is slow. i want to mention 17 is a mess because of earlier issues in the southbound direction. northbound is slow, everywhere is slow. it does look like winter, doesn't it? that is what we are getting again today. we will take a look at this so moving over today. there's also snow in the mountains, again. this photo was posted by one of my former classmates in tahoe today. nice little snowman on the barbecue, that is very clever. we do have some snow continuing on 80, there are chain requirements for some as well, especially on 80. and snow meted out to the 5000 foot level. stephanie is up in redwood estates, they are getting light rain, so thank you for that.
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look at that, on 17, lexington, over into santa cruz, some of these light bands and moderate bands keep coming through. that went over the golden gate, over alameda is now over san lorenzo, oakland, it looks like it is heading over towards dublin, as well as the castro valley. some of that made it down to the south bay and the santa cruz coast, there is even some up north. a third of an inch, a quarter of an inch for some. oakland, .08. it is going to be a breezy day out of the west, out of the northwest, and even up into mendocino county. these bands are continuing to roll through. some of these could have brief heavy rain or light hail.
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that is the main cell that is moving through oakland, hayward, and heading towards danville, san ramon, also 580 and 680. some of the snow continues, it looks like it is lightening up a little bit. there will still be snow showers for most of the day. 50s on these temperatures, we are not even warming up yet. mainly 50s even on the peninsula , and half moon bay. union city, 52, 54 foster city, 50 in los altos. it looks like a little bit of a warm-up wednesday and thursday but another low is dropping in, this one will backtrack a little bit but it looks like it is going to move in over the weekend and then start to give us another round of rain, it could be some moderate to heavy rain up in the northern sacramento valley, the sierra, the san joaquin, and also in the mother load, and even here, saturday evening into sunday morning. and temperatures not warming up
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there is not much of a change. we have more rain on the weekend. coming up, a growing risk of heart disease for women, we will tell you what women are not doing and the age group heart disease is affecting. plus, you already know that highly processed foods are bad for you, but which foods? after the break, our medical reporter will tell you what not to eat. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
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welcome back, there is a new study on what happens to your body when you eat highly processed foods. researchers at the national institute of health closely follow two groups of volunteers, they ate the same amounts of fat, sugar, and protein, but one group 8 all processed foods while the other eight made from scratch meals. the results after just two weeks were eye-popping. beth is joining us to talk about this report and what they found and this was a carefully controlled study. how did it work?>> good morning, dave, they had 20 volunteers, so a small study, but they had the volunteers stay at a unit at the nia so they could carefully track every bite that they were taking, and what they did is they had one group for two weeks
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go on an ultra processed diet, that is where they are eating things like white bread and canned produce, and condiments that come in a jar that you buy. and, then they had the other group eat whole foods made from scratch, fresh food. and what they had is they offered them as much water as they wanted to drink, also they could have as many snacks in addition to the food. but, they got the same amount from there two different diets. and they found that it made a big difference in what you were eating, and just that two weeks. >> when we talk about ultra processed foods, what are we talking about? what kinds of foods? >> we are talking about things that come in a box or come in a jar or they come in a can, at the grocery store, so it is the stuff on the inside of the grocery store, this is where things got interesting because when they had the folks on the ultra processed diet, keep in
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mind, they were only on this diet for two weeks, they ate 508 calories more per day than the folks who were eating the made from scratch meals. they also gained two pounds during that two weeks. and, when they were switched to the made from scratch fresh meals, they lost that two pounds and they lost body fat. it made a big difference in just the two weeks to be eating a lot of these ultra processed foods. >> that is incredible, i have to be honest i am guilty, i have been eating the wrong foods, i have been beat up about it. do we know why the processed food group ate so much more and gained so much more? >> i think it is just really interesting, the researchers think that there might be something about it, maybe it is the texture or something that is in processed food that
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causes us to eat it faster and it causes us to crave it more. so they were much more likely to take advantage of the snacks that were available in addition to the processed food. maybe they weren't feeling full. it does take time for our gut to tell our brain, i've had enough to eat, i'm full, let's move on. they kept eating, there was something there about those ultra processed foods that caused them to overeat. you know how it is when you have a bag of chips, it is very hard to stop halfway through the bag. you keep going until it is all gone.>> i promise, i will try to do better. i always learn from you, thank you for joining us on mornings on 2. the dallas cowboys standing by, the running back, ezekiel elliott was caught on camera being detained by police in las vegas, it happened after he pushed a security guard to the ground on sunday as the electric daisy carnival was going on. the police escorted elliott a short distance away and then he
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was released. a few minutes earlier, elliot was seen arguing with his girlfriend and using his body to block her from walking away. the cowboys issued a short statement saying, the team has nothing but respect for elliott and these are all bumps, people have challenges. we are following a developing story in fairfield, we have been talking about a man who was shot by police earlier this morning. why authorities were called out there well before the shooting. and, the warriors, back in the bay area with another trophy. at 8:00, here what steph curry and greene are saying about making another trip to the nba finals. ♪
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developing story in the north bay, why police opened fire and a man in fairfield earlier this morning. and the teachers strike in the east bay, what is happening to thousands of students as their teachers are out walking the picket line. and a big change at whole foods, you will definitely notice it if you stop therefore lunch or a quick bite.>> from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> welcome back everyone. you can see behind us, it is awfully gray and rainy, steve paulson has what we are supposed to expect. >> we have had five inches over the past four or five days. that is incredible. janet says a beautiful may? yes, it is may. is the rain almost over?
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what do you mean by almost? there is going to be more today and on the weekend. let's face it, we are not far away from june, how much more can we get? once in a while, you can get rain in june. see these bands moving through? campbell, saratoga, md lexington hills, cupertino, there goes another one. marin county, about ready to move into san francisco. look at that line, that went through oakland, now it is right over san leandro. heading over to pleasanton and union city, we are not done with the rain, but the cool temperatures as well. it is not just us, it is much of the west, to be interest honest. even some rain up to the north, mendocino county, you can see that one line moving through right there, occasionally you
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get some bursts of brief, heavy rain like this system. near hayward, and also out to dublin as well, coming right down over the northwest with snow up in the mountains. 50 is still on the temperatures, we will barely get to 60 degrees. look for a mostly cloudy day with highs only in the 60s. this trend will continue. just looking at my picture here, steve, i was just looking at the rain, i'm going to show you these pictures. i can put them up on your screen at home, let's go to the macarthur maze, you can see traffic is going to be slow. it is taking more than an hour to get here, coming out to the macarthur maze, you can see traffic at the bridge is jampacked. allow 30 to 40 minutes just to sit there before you make it onto the bridge. you might want to consider taking part in stead if you can. highway 24, we had a crash earlier on. it is still very slow.
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look what has happened, 680, a lot of people have used 680 instead of 80, both of these freeways have a lot of traffic. this is a picture of 24, you can see people are just creeping along. san francisco a little bit better, although 101 is still slow, and san mateo bridge, you can see that stalled bus that we talked about last time, it is still out there. there is something going on here, so the traffic is not that great. let's go back to the desk. we continue to follow a developing story in fairfield, where officers shot a man earlier this morning after they responded to a break-in at a business near clay bank road and horizon drive. sarah spoke with people who work nearby, she is live with information from police as well. sarah? >> reporter: good morning, there is some confusion around here, we are by the skyline commercial center, you can see there are a couple of
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businesses here that are at this point supposed to be open, there are employees that are coming in and trying to see if they can get into the businesses but of course police have this area blocked off as they are investigating. the store you see right there, that is where fairfield police say this started. we talked to the store's employees who was scheduled to come to work at 6:30 this morning.>> when i came up, the officer told me you cannot go in there. it was blocked everywhere. >> reporter: we just talked to the owner of the store, his son- in-law was here come the owner is out of the country but the son-in-law was just told that this area should be opening up, he should be let back in in about one hour. they got a call from an alarm company around to: 10 in the morning. we did check it out, we saw there was no glass broken but officers tell us sometimes these alarms can be triggered even by just hitting
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the glass. the department said when they got there, they saw a man walking away from the business from the scene, with what appeared to be a gun. what that object was is under investigation. we don't know why shots were fired, but the police department says he was shot during the chase and taken to the hospital in critical condition. no officers were hurt. >> i have not heard of any other witnesses out here, we are asking anybody that might have evidence, but it sounds like it was pretty isolated. >> reporter: the convenience mart is where fairfield police
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say this started, that was supposed open about 6:30 this morning, it hasn't been opened yet as police are still investigating. like i mentioned, we did talk to the son-in-law of the owner of the store and he said police will let him back in in about one hour. of course there are a couple other businesses here, there is a deli, there is a salon, all of these remain closed. in fairfield this morning, ktvu fox 2 news. happening now, hundreds of east bay teachers are walking the picket lines at a dozen schools, this is the second day of the strike. alyssa harrington is at alvarado school. >> reporter: they are trying to block people from coming into the schools. even though they are not part of the union, they think all educators should stand together. >> right now, we are just trying to be aware of the things that are taking advantage of our disadvantage. i know the district is offering money for them to come inside but that is money that is taken
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out of our pockets. we are trying to block that as much as possible. >> reporter: educators want higher pay and better working conditions. the union is asking for a 10% raise over 2 years, district officials say they cannot afford that. the district said it is offering a 1% raise, plus a one- time 3% bonus. more races are possible but only if the district gets more state funding. everybody is hoping that the strike doesn't last too long because the last day of school is june 13. >> we all hope it is not going to go three weeks until the end of the year, we are putting some plans in place to see how we are going to handle grades towards the end or graduations.>> we really miss our kids, i was in the middle of a research project and i want to get back to that. >> reporter: the next bargaining session could come as early as tomorrow. again, you are seeing some of the teachers outside of the
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area in front of alvarado elementary school, they are definitely willing to do what it takes to get what they want. we also asked how they feel about what the district has offered so far, one teacher told me that she says it is insulting and she believes they do have the money to pay the teachers. we are going to wait and speak with the district a little bit later on this morning. in union city, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. happening today, danville police will be on campus at another school in the san ramon unified school district because of a threat. a student discovered threatening graffiti in the girls bathroom yesterday. it read, shooting tomorrow, officials say there is no evidence to suggest it is a credible threat but officials say they don't want to take any chances. the school district also issued a statement that read, we understand how disturbing such reports can be and respect that a number of families may choose to keep their children home from school. four the san jose sharks need
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to win tonight against the st. louis blues if they want to continue on in the playoffs. they are three games to two. only one player returned to the ice for game five, the team has not updated the player's status for tonight's game, sharks are hosting their official watch party at the sap center, they are calling on supporters to fill the tank for this pivotal game six. all the money raised will go to the sharks foundation, and parking in the adc lot is free. the warriors are heading to their fifth street nba finals, after sweeping the trailblazers. steph curry led the way last night with 13 rebounds and 11 assists. last night's game was close, oakland native, damian lillard had the chance to win the game, but the ball bounced out. >> back to curry, draymond
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green tries for the three. >> the warriors win 119-117. they became the first pair of teammates to have a triple- double in the same game, the warriors now are reaching five consecutive finals. >> they were getting everything they wanted, and everybody else was. we knew that we were going to have to make it defensively, that is what championship basketball is all about. if you can lock in most when it matters, we can live with those results. we gave ourselves the chance and we pulled it out. >> we played with confidence, we have been here before, we have been through a lot of different experiences and the championship mentality showed down the stretch tonight. we found a way to get it
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done.>> after sweeping the blazers, the warriors have nine days off before beginning the finals on may 30. they will have to play the toronto raptors or the milwaukee bucks. >> and fans went into a frenzy after the alameda watch party they are celebrating another western conference final, and turning their attention to the nba finals and that trophy. >> i would really love to see the warriors bring one home. >> it is unclear when kevin durant will return from that injury, the warriors have won 31 of their last 32 games. tickets for the nba finals go on sale this morning. the warriors will host games three and four and game six, if there is one. a presale event for ticket holders begin at 7:00 this money, tickets for the general public will go on sale at 4:00 this afternoon. and, the damage some
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strawberry farmers are seeing because of all of this rain. today's hearing on capitol hill about the mueller report cut short, after former white house counsel, don mcgahn decided not to show up. ♪ i've slain your dreaded dragon. for saving the kingdom what doth thou desire? my lord? hey good knight. where are you going? ♪ ♪ climbing up on solsbury hill ♪ grab your things, salutations. coffee that is a cup above is always worth the quest. nespresso. tis all i desire. did thou bring enough for the whole kingdom? george: nespresso, what else? ...at a price that has you,s and like...d.hmmm. okay. that's yes for less. say yes to the latest spring trends at 20 to 60 percent off department store prices every day.
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a hearing at the house judiciary committee for his testimony, president trump directed him to ignore the subpoena to testify and a lawyer said he would follow the presidents directive. this morning, house judiciary committee chairman, jerrold nadler said they will go to court if necessary to secure his testimony. president trump was at a rally last night when one of his supporters had a sweater with a brick pattern on it. >> get him up here. come on. look at the sky. >> president said the man was from san diego and said cities along the border are safer because parts of the border wall
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are already in place, the president said those walls will help stop the flow of undocumented immigrants into the country. federal prosecutor say a man is agreed to plead guilty to stealing an endangered lemur from a zoo in california. he confessed to stealing isaac, the oldest ring tailed lemur in captivity in north america. he got into the enclosure at the santa ana zoo where the lemur was being kept. he took the animal to keep it as a pet, but the next day, he left it in a plastic container outside of a newport beach motel with a note explaining it was stolen from the zoo. he is due back in court next tuesday. the unusual rainy weather is disrupting the spring strawberry harvest, growers say july is the peak of the season but usually the harvest starts in late march and runs until october. her recent wet weather is damaging the berries out on the vine. farmers say it is important to
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remove the damaged berries to prevent mildew which could spread to other berries. they also say there are fewer berries than usual right now, but the overall season should not suffer. it has been a mess of the morning commute. >> i was cruising, 75 miles per hour, then i ran into a brick wall. >> the wall is still there, unfortunately, it is taking about one hour to drive on the east shore freeway. a little bit more than that, and i started because of a big crash we had in berkeley a few hours ago, that is gone but the damage remains done. it is more than one hour drive between those two spots, and 80 westbound to the bay bridge toll plaza is slow, we had a crash right there at 24 near the tunnel, that is gone but traffic is still very slow. and 680 has been wrecked because of it, so is highway 4, it is slow getting up to 680. it is all a chain reaction. one freeway is slow, then other freeways get slow. look at the east bay commute, 580 is backed up from castro
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valley to oakland. these are not very good commutes. 24, there is a picture of him and these commutes just continue to get slow. san mateo bridge, we have a stalled vehicle there. today, if you can put it off, you might be wise to do that. i also want to mention, as i go to steve, that san francisco airport has average delay times of 48 minutes, according to the command center. 40 minute average time. >> arrivals, departures, both? >> arriving flights can be delayed an average of 48 minutes. but when they come in late, they go out late. we still have some rain moving through, it shouldn't be too heavy but a couple locations already over 4/10 of an inch. got a whopping 5.5 inches for the month in la honda, that is a whopping about, no doubt.
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you also had some rain up in st. helena. mill valley, vallejo, napa, quarter of an inch. the wettest may from 1998 including san francisco, san jose, .06, there are some pretty good cells that are moving through the santa cruz mountains, also the san jose area. that is causing issues on 17, you can see those continue to rotate through. but some pretty good cells have gone through marin county, right over the golden gate bridge, san francisco, alameda, berkeley, now into hayward, castro valley. over towards pleasant valley and fremont. these are the normal temperatures on the right, these were the highs yesterday, and we are running significantly below normal inland, not only here but also on the desert southwest, they
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are about 15 to 20 degrees below normal. fairfield gusting up to 20 miles per hour, and even rain up in mendocino county, parts of lake county, some of these lines have fizzled out a little bit but some are holding together on the peninsula. also, you can see the line near dublin, 680 and 580. everything is coming out of the northwest, so it is a cool direction, we can't even get 60 degrees yet. livermore is at 53, berkeley, 52, sunnyvale and redwood city, only 53 degrees. look for some off and on rain today, they are quick movers but they are going to keep us cool in the 60s. we will get a little break wednesday and thursday and slightly warmer temperatures. but then it looks like we start to cloud up friday. and more rain on the weekend. all right, thank you. here is a reminder to download the weather app for your smart phone or tablet, especially with more rain on the weekend, we have interactive radar, hourly updates, and the seven day forecast.
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you can also upload your photos and videos. it is free to download. the u.s. china trade war is having an impact on a number of products, coming up, how competing shoe companies are coming together to fight tariffs. more women are facing a growing risk of heart disease, what they are not doing in the age group the disease is fact affecting most.
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heart disease. they found women between the ages of 40 and 64 are getting less and less exercise. more than half of those women with cardiovascular disease still don't exercise enough. women ages 35 up to 54 accounted for about a third of hospitalizations for heart attacks in 2014, that is up from 21% in 1995. children are not eating enough fish, that is according to a report from the american academy of pediatrics, the benefits of adding fish to your child's diet includes improved brain function and decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease. they recommend incorporating salmon, tuna, cod, or scallops into their diet at least once or twice a week. whole foods plans to stop offering plastic straws at its stores in the united states, canada, and the uk. they currently use plastic straws at the juice bar and coffee bar.
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plastic straws will still be available for customers with disabilities upon request. the world health organization is warning that one of the biggest danger surrounding the ebola outbreak is government, they need to find a bipartisan solution to the outbreak, and the violence in the country is only helping to spread the virus. >> there has been dozens of attacks, every attack disrupt our oppression, every attack makes it harder to reach communities. every attack gives the virus an advantage. >> the outbreak has killed more than 1000 people in the congo. cracking down on the illegal use of the parking permits, what is being done to make sure they are being used
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from ktvu fox 2 news , this is mornings on 2. >> what a tuesday morning it is, thank you for being here.>> hope you are having a great tuesday morning.
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we had a break yesterday, but today, we can't seem to shake the rain. >> not yet, there is more on the way as well, we get a break for wednesday and thursday, how is that? there you go. today, overnight rain, and it continues. 0.41 interest since last night, bringing my monthly total to 3.68 inches. that is the highest, and third highest since 1950. how about that? that is great information, thank you, kevin. yes, the bands have been moving through, heading over to oakland, right around the bay bridge. you can see oakland, alameda, and some of these will be over san pablo bay. it looks like livermore, pleasanton, also into the peninsula as well. west of 14, gusting up to 28, so a blustery day.
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it does add up after a while, it is going to be a mostly cloudy day with some off and on rain, 50s on the temperatures, we are still in the 50s, and it is almost the end of may. usually that is not the case, you can see some of those cells going through. 60s, showers, breezy, and another cool day. here is sal. we are busy out there, i want to mention, some of the traffic on the commutes is not getting through, let's go to the richmond bridge, it looks kind of empty. i will tell you why, people aren't getting through, we've had some crashes along the way, so just because you see this, you won't be able to get here very well because of slow traffic on the east shore freeway. it is taking more than an hour to drive from the vallejo area to this spot in oakland. when you get to the bay bridge, there is a big backup. highway 24, the problem. this time it is a car fire on the
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oakland side, just to add insult to injury. 580 and 880 are ridiculous right now, 880 coming in from hayward to downtown oakland. i know that you have to go and if you have to go, you have to go. but right now, i would not recommend it. let's go back to the desk. here is a look at the top stories, fairfield police say they have a suspect that was shot by police overnight, he is in critical condition. it happened when officers responded to a break in at a convenience store on horizon drive right on clayburgh road. officers saw a man walking away from the business with what appeared to be a gun. the man had an object but cannot confirm whether it was a gun or not, the officer shot the suspect while chasing him. the officers are being placed on paid administered aleve as the shooting is investigated.
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day two of the teachers strike in the new haven unified school district, hundreds of teachers are picketing, demanding higher pay and better working conditions. the union is asking for a 10% raise over 2 years which district officials say they can't afford. the district is offering a 1% raise plus a one- time 3% bonus. meanwhile, the school is still in session with substitute teachers and administrators filling in for those striking teachers. damian lillard gets it for the three, and that will do it. the golden state warriors are heading to their fifth straight nba finals after sweeping the portland trail blazers in the conference finals, the warriors won in overtime last night, they are going to either play the toronto raptors or the milwaukee bucks. that begins on may 30. testimony resumes today in the ghost ship warehouse fire trial. alexis abrams burke told the jury she thought her boyfriend
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was referring to a bonfire when he texted i love you, fire. another witness also became emotional when testifying that her friend texted her, there is a fire here. she said that she also thought her friend was talking about a bonfire. the defense attorney said the da is drawing sympathy to the victims. >> the prosecution wants to bring them in because they want to build up the emotion involved, because that is an advantage they have.>> the former ghost ship tenant testified, he had no issues with the stairs inside the warehouse, the defense wants to show the jury that neither max harris or derick almena is responsible for conditions at the warehouse before the deadly fire broke out. henry lee will be back in court today as he has been every day of this trial, he is posting information on social media and he has updates in our later newscast, you can also go to www.ktvu.com .
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happening today, several environment groups are meeting at the chevron richmond refinery and the headquarters in san ramon. protesters are expected to be in 10 different countries today. it is for human and environmental rights abuses. it is ahead of the annual shareholder meeting next week in san ramon. the city council unexpectedly made a decision about selling flavored tobacco. there was heated debate on both sides.>> i don't smoke as much, i don't stink, i don't offend my family, i am not craving a cigarette every five minutes like i was before. >> we are trying to find a solution. >> the city council came up with a third option, not to do anything until 2021, to give the state and federal government time to update their laws. if nothing is done by 2021, all flavored tobacco sales will be
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outlawed. many question, how much good can come from changing local law ? they say 90% of young people get their supplies online while other family members by flavored cigarettes for them. charges filed against the men in the new zealand mosques attack. new zealand is facing new charges. the trump administration is heading to the capital today to give a closed-door briefing on the situation in the persian gulf. lawmakers want to know what is behind the escalated rhetoric against iran. the u.s. is moving a group to the persian gulf, and in the tweet, president trump threatened the end of iran. the president needs to be reminded that it is congress that has the power to declare war.>> i believe that if in fact
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this administration attempts to go to war with iran, they need to come to congress, they need to debate those pros and cons and then congress should either authorize or not authorize the use of force against iran. >> the trump administration has said, mike pompeo will be sent to me today with the lawmakers. the increased tariffs could make the next pair of shoes you buy more expensive. but, footwear companies are now fighting back. >> 173 companies including nike, footlocker, and under armour are tying themselves together in an effort to help u.s. consumers. the companies are writing an open letter to president trump, urging him to immediately remove footwear from the proposed list of imported chinese goods. saying, the proposed additional tariff of 25% on footwear would be catastrophic for our consumers.
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our companies, and the american economy as a whole. earlier this month, the president said, he was considering increasing the tariff on roughly $300 billion worth of chinese imports from 10% up to 25%. this includes all types of shoes , the footwear companies acknowledging in the letter that it would in fact be the consumers who pay the price. as an industry that faces a $3 billion duty bill every year, we can assure you that any increase in the cost of importing shoes has a direct impact on the american footwear consumer. during a rally in pennsylvania monday night, the president not directly responding to the letter but addressing companies who produce products abroad. >> anybody who doesn't want to pay the tariffs has a simple solution, build your product in america. >> an estimated 72% of footwear is produced in china and according to the distributors and retailers of america, this
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move could cost shoppers more than $7 billion per year. fox news. another bay area parent is due to plead guilty in the college admission scandal, the owner of quintus the wind is accused of paying $300,000 to have his daughter's sat scores improved and to have her recruited for the usc water polo team. in exchange with a guilty plea, prosecutors are recommending that he served 15 months in prison and pay a $95,000 fine. another horse has died at the racetrack in southern california, the 25th horse to die since december. a 3-year-old horse sustained a pelvic injury sunday while running his first career race. the death is being investigated by the state horseracing board. authorities said he had been raising, and there were possible causes contributing to the death. after the board approved safety measures. women's rights organizations are holding
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rallies across the country today for reproductive rights. several events will be held in the bay area, including on the steps of the san francisco city hall. the senator will have a special announcement when she joins representatives from planned parenthood, and other groups at that rally. in oakland, a noontime rally will be held in front of the grand valley theater, that will be hosted by grassroots organization, indivisible east bay and move on. it comes after several states passed strict laws on abortion. a major crackdown on people who use disabled parking placards illegally in san jose. enforcement officers were out covering a six block stretch, they were looking for people who were illegally using disabled parking placards. officials say, since 2001, the number of citations given out has gone up dramatically.>> we feel bad that we made someone
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have it a little bit harder, but i feel worse for the people who can't park there because their spots are taken. >> the san jose ticket for illegal use is $410, the state citation fine is $250 and that is not including court fees. san jose police recruits are getting new training and a first of its kind class to help them understand the current social and political climate. it is a history class created in partnership with san jose state university, and it covers local topics like the 1933 lynching in st. james park, and the officer involved shootings from ferguson to the fruitvale station in oakland, it is getting recruits new contacts before sending them out in the community.>> this class helps us to save lives because it helps us to increase understanding and awareness of those very obstacles that have led to friction and the lack of
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trust. >> right now, there are about 46 officer recruits and the last class is on friday. the nfl could be changing its position on players using marijuana. up next, details on an agreement between league and the players union and the potential problem for teams that don't have medicinal marijuana in their state. also, severe weather slamming parts of the central u.s., we will hear from the person caught in the middle of it all.
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people living in the central part of the country worry that more tumultuous weather is headed their way tomorrow, and really through the rest of the week, authorities are warning that oklahoma could see flash flooding across the state today, more than 65 tornadoes have been reported in five states on saturday. funnel clouds touched down in texas, oklahoma, arkansas, missouri, and kansas. i was just reading a book, and i could hear it going crazy outside, when i looked out the window, i saw my carport getting blown away.>> fortunately, the impact has been less than forecasters feared, class is back in session today
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in public schools in oklahoma city and tulsa. roads are completely washed out after intense rain in oklahoma. we have the pictures here that show a lot of flooding in oklahoma city. some homes are underwater completely. the strong storm system moving across the southern plains brought tornadoes and heavy rain, leaving dangerous water levels in parts of the state, here is a look as we see a vehicle trying to make its way through rushing floodwaters. you heard the phrase, turn around, don't drown, unfortunately, this something we see time and time again. keep this in mind, if it ever happens in the bay area, of course a lot of rain today, but thankfully nothing like this. president trump announced a major declaration of disaster, making funding available to supplement these states. the areas to receive the funds include butte and napa
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counties. it is incredible how a dry day versus a wet day makes all the difference. >> more crashes, more slowdowns, just terrible traffic and 80 westbound is showing the commute time. it left its mark on the freeway, 64 minute drive, usually by now we are down to 25 minutes or so, so it is more than double. when you get to the bay bridge, there is a lot of slow traffic. westbound 24, there was a crash and also a car fire in the area. and this commute has been done since about 6 am, it is slow from concord to walnut creek. it is getting a little bit looser, not much, this is the latest car fire on the oakland side of the tunnel with the
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fire department on scene. so, this is just adding insult to injury at this point. if you are driving on the san mateo bridge, westbound 92 is heavy, and the south bay commute is still slow. 8:47, let's go to steve. why not? okay, thank you, sir. let's get to it. we have rain, there is also snow in the mountains. you will probably encounter some of this, charles gallagher says the never ending winter at home this morning. it has been about 3 to 5 inches of snow in some of the ski resorts today. i know alpine checked in with five inches of snow, national weather service tweeted that out. the winter weather advisory continues until 8 pm tonight. there are some chain requirements on 80. we do have some individual lines moving through, and they seem to want to favor around marin county, oakland, and over towards san leandro. updated rain totals, novato, up one third, dublin, .19.
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and san jose, .09. look at this line going through, here comes the next one, heading over towards hayward. on 880, that can cause a problem, also on the peninsula, stretching from san mateo over toward 280. and heading into the santa cruz mountains, there is a little bit up north, a little bit of light rain around 101. but there is still some up in the mendocino county and lake county parts. some of these coming through can produce some light to moderate rain as well. a blustery day, a big low in the rockies, that is producing the severe weather, that is the same low we had over the weekend that gave us the thunder storm activity. producing snow in denver, and time tornadoes out in the plains, another sweep down from the north for us today. 50s on the temperatures, 32 --
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52 in truckee. a believable for this time of year. phoenix is only 53, they were 19 degrees below normal yesterday, las vegas was 17 degrees below normal for this time of year. not just us , in southern california as well. we will get a break on wednesday and thursday. and for the weekend, here comes another low. watch what happens for sierra, and the northern sacramento valley, you are getting some high elevation snow again. and it looks like a quarter up to a third of an inch for us. 60s on the temperatures, way below average, almost 20 degrees. a little bit warmer wednesday and thursday, a transition day friday, here comes another system over the weekend. thank you. lyft and uber being blamed for increased traffic, the proposal that would force rideshare companies to open up their pockets. the dallas cowboys running
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back, ezekiel elliott involved in another incident, what the team has to say about it.
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the dallas cowboys running back, ezekiel elliott was being detained by las vegas police, this happened when he was pushed to the ground during the carnival, the officers escorted him a short distance away, he was released a few minutes
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earlier, he was seen arguing with his girlfriend and using his body to block her from walking away. the cowboys issued a short statement saying, the team has nothing but respect for elliott. the national football league is considering using marijuana to treat players in pain, the league and the nfl players announced it is researching mental health and pain management. part of the announcement includes research into alternative therapy including marijuana. all teams will have access to the same treatments which could cause issues in states where marijuana has not been authorized for medical purposes each team will be required to hire a mental health professional. it may soon be a crime to text while walking across the street in the state of new york, the bill was introduced last year and it has since been gathering support. if it passes, the law will allow police to issue a ticket between $20 and $50 for a first offense for being caught using a cell phone while walking across the street. the statewide ban would include texting, checking emails,
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browsing the internet, it does have exceptions for emergencies. a former cable car operator who was arrested for stealing cars is trying to get his job back. investigators say he and another worker were pocketing some of the cash from passengers. his trial ended in a hung jury in district attorney, they decided not to try him. he said he did not steal anything and the ordeal has been stressful.>> my mug shot was shown in the local tv, the newspaper, and family and friends, my daughter lives in connecticut and her seeing that, too. >> reyes is currently working as a custodian, he is looking into whether he can get that cable car job back. the venetia police department is asking for the public's help in finding a man suspected of trying to pass counterfeit bills, investigators posted this video to facebook, it was taken by surveillance camera at the righted store -- rite aid store
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over the weekend. the suspect tried to pass three counterfeit $100 bills there. he is about 30 years old tall, he looks to be wearing a black security guard jacket. there are big plans to bring fresh donuts into unique storefronts in the bay area. and what goes better with donuts than coffee? how about avocados? we will show you the new disney merchandise inspired by avocados. ♪ i've slain your dreaded dragon. for saving the kingdom what doth thou desire? my lord? hey good knight. where are you going? ♪ ♪ climbing up on solsbury hill
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♪ grab your things, salutations. coffee that is a cup above is always worth the quest. nespresso. tis all i desire. did thou bring enough for the whole kingdom? george: nespresso, what else? (vo) ♪ i know what you're thinking. electric, it's not for you. and, you're probably right. electric just doesn't have enough range. it will never survive the winter. charging stations? good luck finding one of those. so, maybe an electric car isn't for you after all. or, is it? ♪
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disney has launched a new line of avocado inspired merchandise. the collection includes everything from salt-and-pepper shakers to a baseball cap.
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sesame street is introducing a new character, a foster child. the new muppet will not appear on the tv show, but will be featured in a series of youtube videos. they say they hope it will help children navigate the difficult transition that may come with foster care. the final episode of game of thrones brought in a record. 1 million more views than the episode last week. the series finale was the most viewers in the sopranos with 11.9 million. the finale episode is nothing compared to series finale back in the 80s and 90s. 1983 series finale have mashes king with 100 million. tears wrapped up with 84 million. 76 million watch the final episode in 1998. bottle rockets off this
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weekend in napa valley. the music festival has imagined dragons, one republic and mumford and sons. sheriff deputy diagnosed with cancer. they tell us it is likely the building they work in.>> how many more people have to get this? >> reporter: the governor is in oakland. the announcement that is expected to address the problems surrounding homelessness. the warriors win in four. western conference champions. tickets go on sale in about an hour. good morning and welcome it is gray, rainy, chilly may day tuesday the 21st.

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