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today after wandering onto the uc davis campus. the bear was released about 90 minutes north of davis. officials tranquilize the bear. the warriors are going head- to-head with the raptors once again in the nba finals. we are live at oakland with reaction. the president wrapping up a trip to the uk, why some of his comments are causing problems back home. you might want to pass on chicken, why it is bad, just as bad as red meat. >> look at this nice view of the golden gate bridge. i love it. this is why many of us live here. live here. >> i hope you like it.
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i want to mention something that has caught my is swiping right on tinder users and to be turned and that includes messages sent back and forth. in russia if you are using tinder you will have your data turnover. russia says if it does not it will be blocked. >> why would they want it? >> because they are a spy agency and it is russia. tender says it will be compliant with this particular request. >> if you don't know what it is it is a dating site where you are basically matched with people, if you like someone you swipe one way and if you don't you swipe the other and eventually the computer matches you. let's win, warriors. at first, events are underway commemorating the 75th anniversary of d-day
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>> right now the president and the first lady just landed to ireland, they are heading there to meet with the irish prime minister. let show you some of the video of the luncheon to honor world war ii veterans who fought to occupy france in 1944. there you see the video of the president and first lady as they landed in ireland a short time ago. the veterans at this luncheon took off from the shores of portsmouth 75 years ago to arrive at the beaches of normandy. at the luncheon they were thanked by world leaders including members of the british royal family. a ceremony earlier this morning. the president read excerpts of a prayer read by president roosevelt on the day of the invasion 75 years ago. the invasion was considered a turning point, the largest invasion in military history with illed, more than half s to commemorate the day.
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us rangers observed the day. many were on hand for the event is well. >> this is my eighth trip total. it is the last hurrah. i will be over 100 if we had an 80th and i am definitely not going to come here after my 80th. >> it brings back memories. the boys who got killed. >> returning to normandy to say goodbye to a pivotal time in their lives. enact part of the day. after that meeting with the tomorrow to take part in commemoration of it there. >> we will have live coverage right here of the president's visit to normandy and the ceremonies there in france.
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governor newsom is proposing an increase in spending on his own office staff. he wants to spend 22% more to staff's office then govern around it. he wants to create new positions and bring in more senior advisers. governor brown had 108 positions, the new governor wants to increase that number two 132. the san francisco mail will be running for reelection in november. she signed the papers yesterday surrounded so far she faces little opposition, but the deadline is on tuesday. the mayor says the city's homeless crisis is one of her biggest priorities. >> yes, we need more shelter beds, more mental health stabilization beds, more housing yesterday. >> she won a special election last june after replacing at lee. a group in san francisco says the city is not doing enough to honor the late
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nightmare. the airport commission voted to name the departure halls after lee, but the commission rejected the request. a coalition says there should not have been any limits, but a friend of the family says these relatives are comfortable with the change. negotiations resume today after hundreds of parents went to the district board meeting to share frustrations and anger as the teachers strike continues. ues. [ clip playing ] >> i am serving a petition of intent to recall. [ cheers ] >> both sides say they want a resolution to the strike that is in its third week with the school year ending one week from tomorrow. parents and teachers deserve
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the increase, but officials say even without any changes the district will need to cut costs to balance the budget as enrollment declines. >> we know that our bills will outweigh our income next year, next month. >> negotiators on both sides spent 11 hours of the table yesterday, they are not saying if there is any progress. today most passengers taking rideshare from san francisco international will no longer be picked up outside of the nd go to the top of the hourly parking garage where there is a special ar allowed curbside. rideshare drivers can still pick up and drop off passengers of directors ended without a vote on whether to name the new subway station after the late activists. supporters and opponents rally yesterday say the lobbying efforts should be recognized. others called this a divisive figure. the board appeared deadlocked. it is unclear when or if the mta will pick up the measure again. an oakland man convicted of
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impersonating a police officer a few years ago has been arrested again for the same offense. this happen on saturday. police say the 20-year-old was dressed in a security uniform, trying to pass himself off as a police officer. into thousand 17 he was arrested and convicted for impersonating a police officer, auto theft and passing a fraudulent check. he was sentenced to probation just last month, but police say he did not take long for him to begin the scheme again. >> there was an incident in berkeley in which a bar fight occurred. mr. taylor was captured on video leaving the bar and returning dressed in a police style uniform. >> police taywan taylor was arrested they found a replica gun and rounds of ammunition in his car. they also found a german shepherd removed from the car in place with relative.
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the pride flag is up outside dublin city hall. the council wasted no time raising the flag after unanimously voting to fly it. the new policy reverses a previous decision. last night the dublin mayor apologized for the meeting two weeks ago when they voted 3-2 against raising the flag. critics say it is intolerant. >> this sends a symbol to the lgbt q community that they are welcome and embrace by their community and faith. i think it is a really important message to send. >> i want to make sure everyone else gets a fair shake at putting their flag up. i have her controversy about the nra flag, they have been around a lot longer. >> some people question the proposal and say dublin must make sure it treats all parties and all blacks fairly. the dublin city attorney says
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the issue falls under government speech so the council can ultimately decide which flag will fly. the flag will be up for the entire month d a giant ighbors want to remove, but the homeowner has different explanations about why it is there. >> it is the defined of my front handrail. i was just continuing on. >> when i pressed him came answer number two, a tibetan symbol. >> that is a live symbol. the tibetan priest used to have it far before hitler was never thought of. >> so again not asymbol? >> no. >> in ancient times not all arms pointed in counterclockwise direction, but the swastika point clockwise, as does the one in his front yard. >> i don't have any hatred in me. i love everyone. >> in all honesty i thought it was going to resemble something
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completely different when it was done. i didn't think twice about it. >> another neighbor said a lot of neighbors aren't happy about it and consider it inappropriate, whether on private property or not. they are disinfecting a school after almost a dozen kids were sent home last week. 11 kindergartners, a teacher, school secretary and health kurt got sick last friday and monday. the district is working to try to figure out what made them sick. oakland is the second major city in the country to decriminalize drugs. the city council unanimously approved an investigation and arrest of adults who possess or use those plans the lowest possible priority. that includes magic mushrooms. a councilman says the
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criminalizing the plans will allow police to focus on her serious crimes. denver passed a similar measure earlier this n on the 2020 ballot. when i was reading the story the mta board said they are going to be taking the issue up in august. so thanks to her the concussion -- discussion will continue. the nba finals returning, up next we will take you to a popular restaurant where fans started lining up in the middle of the night to take part in a network show focused on the nba finals.
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in we never stop working to keep them out. terminix. defenders of home. it is game day in oakland for the golden state warriors. >> they are playing the raptors tonight and they are tied. >> warriors fans already preparing for this big game three.
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they were there early and there were a lot of them. 40, yeah. even as early as last night. we're talking 10:00 that some people showed up just to be the first people inside of a restaurant where espn was hosting a broadcast live this we had a very special guest, mc hammer. we got a good look at him and his may be sued and his blue nab tie. he was dressed to the up early. at 5:30 am they had a lot of energy. they are telling us even though clay is questionable and kevin durant is out there they're predicting a warriors win. mc hammer says he has really grateful the worriers are back in the finals again. >> it has become a tradition, the worriers organization, to see those players executing on the level they are executing being here in the finals again
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is a real blessing and of course, the bay area is on fire. >> what do you think about that? >> i'll tell you like i told sentimental, but we are going to support the team. we hate to see them go. >> shot out to mc hammer for giving us that interview. this is the site last night where the warriors held a private party. the warriors employees as well as all of the people who have supported the team over the years. a lot of the fans have mixed emotions about the team playing in san francisco, that is in the future. tonight is all about game three, the worriers and raptors at oracle arena. the doors open at 4 pm. the team wants everyone to be in their seats and ready to go because the game starts at 6 pm tonight. we could see some minutes
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played tonight. >> off toward all -- toronto cannot be tonight they are not going to win the series. >> if clay is not going, and he is not going to go if he has any pain at all. >> we want everyone to stay healthy. healthy. >> metallica will perform the star-spangled banner before the game. i would like to see that. they performed for game five back into thousand 15 and they will perform at oracle park. >> before the warriors move across the bay steph curry is giving gifts to some of the people who touched his life. in a promotional campaign he and under armour created the thank you oakland curry shoes.
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the word oakland is on the side. in honor of his number 30 he chose 30 people to give those exclusive shoes to including warrior owners and former head coach don nelson. on. others include his personal and the president of the east oakland youth development center. >> a lot of the media covered the golden state warriors. he just put some respect on it.'s by others who received the shoes are the oracle arena security guard who tossed them the basketball for the trademark tunnel shot before each game. the 49ers are hosting a state of the franchise event tonight and invited 1000 season ticket holders to the theater to talk about the current state of the team. the head coach along with other front office members will discuss changes made in the off- season. the team will also unveil a number of improvements and
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changes for the upcoming season. it is interesting they decided to do that on a big sports night. the a's are continuing a tour tonight. the angels holding on for that 4-2 win. >> laugh they broke up at five game losing streak. >> the giants taking on the new york mets. there was a bumpy six inning when the mess hit two home the lead. they scored six runs and that propelled them to the 9-3 win. that is win number 1000 for their skipper. >> this is where i was called up back in 1978. i played for the mets.
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i played and for this milestone to happen here no question, it is pretty special for me. >> he has close to 1000 when the padres skipper as well. he is retiring at the end of the season. coming up, it may sound impossible but we have so ch gy some of the power had to be taken > potentially great news for bart riders, not everyone is in favor of raising fares. this is loma linda. a place with one of the highest life expectancies in the country. and you see so many people walking around here in their 100s. so how do you stay financially well for all those extra years? well, you have to start planning as early as possible. we all need to plan for
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what's going on now? wait! go back! this is the couple who wanted to get away who used expedia to book the vacation rental which led to the discovery that sometimes a little down time can lift you right up. expedia. everything you need to go. cory booker is proposing a on rent paid by americans at 30% of their income. under the plan anyone paying more than 30% of their before tax income will be eligible for
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a tax credit, which would cover the difference between 30% of their income and the fair market rent of the neighborhood. the plan also calls for zone reforms for more affordable housing. the plan will be paid for by reversing changes to the state tax and raising several others cut by the republican tax law passed in 2017. new travel restrictions on cuba went into effect overnight. citizens are no longer allowed to take cruise ships, private planes or boats, and the exemption that allows people to travel has also been revoked. the white house says the move will cut off cast to -- cash to the cuban government. american travelers say the change will hurt american businesses and the cuban people. >> the idea is that you support the people and not the government. i am against the travel ban. i do not think it is in the best interest of the cuban
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people themselves. >> he is a businessman and he always thinks about money and not the people and their homes. >> the us government as anyone who has paid for a trip to be allowed to go and commercial flights and travel for university groups, academic research and journalism are still allowed. the mexican for minister is scheduled to meet today with the vice president and secretary of state to talk about the president's plan to impose 5% tariffs on products from mexico beginning on monday. the president says they will increase by 5% every month until mexico prevents central americans from making their way into the united dates. by california can celebrate two renewable energy records. according to researchers last week they had the most solar power ever flowing onto the main electric grid and the most taken off-line because it wasn't needed. energy officials say supply and demand are increasingly out of sync.
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a new report claims our society cabal as soon as 2050 due to climate change. a researcher and former executive wrote a policy paper contending scientists are underestimating the situation. the study says unless country start taking actions to purchase and go up as much is 5 1/2 degrees, which can melt the ice and wipeout rain forests. this morning we are hearing from the president on climate change. earlier this morning he sat down with piers morgan. >> i believe there is a change in the weather and i think that it changes both ways, something that used to be called global warming and then climate change, now it is called extreme weather. look, we have a thing now, i don't remember tornadoes to this extent. when you look back 40 years ago we had the worst tornado bench that we've ever had. in the 1890s we had our worst
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hurricanes and i was say we have had some very bad ones. >> were you able to give the president comfort that you are taking this serious? >> i think we had a great conversation. >> the president met with prince charles this week and spent about 90 minutes talking about climate change. the earth's average surface temperature last year was the fourth highest since 1880. coming up next, a woman injures herself hiking up a mountain but her rescue may have been worse in the fall. look at this video. the moment that went terribly wrong.
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welcome back, every body. looking out at the san
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francisco bay. you can see that one tank around there. inspect another one out there today. it is so hot i was at the community pool doing cannonballs with my son and daughter yesterday. it was fun to get out there and get my feet wet. >> steve, this is not typical june gloom. >> it will be back tomorrow. we do have clear skies, no june gloom, but it will be back tomorrow. cooler and windy with fog returning late tonight and tomorrow morning. it looks like another warm-up next week. the water temperatures are still very cold. all you need is a little help to get the fog going and it will get it late tonight and tomorrow. for most it is not going to
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help today. high pressure has built in big time and we start off much lower with a few thunderstorms mainly south of tahoe, already 70s for some. fairfield is already 79. santa rosa leaves the packed. -- pact. look at field, a cool 59 ind santa barbara. warm-hot today with this system's we begin it will drop temperatures a good 10-15-20 degrees tomorrow. . after about three days i think we warm up by the weekend. even 93 in walnut creek, low to middle 80s around oakland. d.
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tomorrow it all comes to a sweeping end. saturday looks nice, warm-hot again sunday the mike can jump in the pool again. the trump administration is ending human fetal tissue research. officials say the research will be allowed to continue but under additional scrutiny. the new policy will not affect privately funded research. today's announcement is considered an troubled and do the research. the president is now in ireland and he was among the many world leaders in england this morning for a ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of the d-day invasion of normandy.
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world war ii veterans who were part of that invasion where there and there were events in france as well. more than 4000 allied forces died on d-day. half of them were american sailors, soldiers, and airmen. more today towards settling the teacher strike and the new haven unified school district. last night hundreds of angry parents went to the school board meeting angry about this three-week-old strike. the teachers demand more pay and that is still a big issue. the school district says it cannot afford it because of budget cuts and declining enrollment. governor newsom wants to spend more money on his office staff. reportedly he wants to spend 22% more for his staff than governor brown did. he wants to create new jobs and bring in more senior advisers. the proposed extra money is in the $213 billion state spending
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plan. that is a brief look at some of the top stories we are working on. terrorism has been ruled out in a deadly shooting in australia. police say a man went on a shooting spree yesterday killing four men and injuring a woman. witnesses describe the weapon as a pump action shotgun. authority say the suspect is now in police custody. >> let me be clear, at this stage we do not believe this is terrorism related. this is one individual who has acted individually. unfortunately he has taken the actions he has. >> the suspect was reportedly released from prison in january and was wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet at the time. the former school resource officer at marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida made his first court appearance this morning for failure to protect. scott peterson was arrested yesterday and is facing 11 criminal charges including
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child neglect, culpable negligence and perjury. the arrest comes after a 14 month long investigation examining the emergency response to the shooting to kill 17. after injuring 200 witnesses and reviewing countless hours of surveillance authorities concluded peterson did nothing to investigate the source of the gunfire. >> he took a defensive position and stayed there for 48 minutes, even while other law enforcement responded and when in the building. >> if convicted he could spend the rest of his life in prison. santa clara county supervisors refuse to change their sanctuary city policies and will not notify authorities ahead of time about immigrants in jail. this is after an undocumented immigrant was released from
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prison and accused of breaking into a woman's home and killing her. the department stays changing the policy could lead to racial profiling and have an impact on undocumented residents who follow the law. >> we will still be one of the counties with the strongest policy in the nation. we definitely consider this a win. >> the board unanimously voted against any new policies, but does say they will be more efficient in releasing information to local law enforcement. the president of the san jose police department released the following statement this morning. morning. a fare increase was set to start in january, deborah allen thinks the 5 1/2% hike would turn people away from the transit agency.
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bart says the increase would generate $25 million per year. alan is expected to introduce the motion next week and we -- reconsider it next year. today the mayor will lead a committee meeting addressing a concern from increase in noise from union pacific trains. in recent months a change to the schedule has met more trains during the overnight hours. people living downtown complain about the horn noise keeping them up at night. representatives from up will be at the meeting tonight, which is scheduled for 6:30 pm at the northside community center. the san francisco board of supervisors unanimously approved a temporary zoning measure and it puts a 45 day monitory on the owners using the properties for another purpose. the longtime comedy club says it will have to move in august if he cannot renew the lease.
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san francisco one step closer to closing juvenile hall. the board of supervisors voted 10-1 in favor. supporters say the ability is underused with only about 30 detainees. a smaller facility will focus on job training and rehabilitation. proponents say they are concerned young offenders might be moved far from home if the ordinance is approved juvenile hall will close at the end of 2021. on monday the defense will start to present their case in the ghost ship trial. >> the jury heard from this man who escaped from the second floor of the go ship warehouse as the fire raged. he said he had no problems going up the wooden stairs, he testified there were places where the stairs were uneven and constructed in a more makeshift way. other witnesses have told the jury they saw a young woman
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with blond hair rushing into the warehouse and up the stairs to warn others. after his testimony he told us he is not out to point fingers. >> i certainly do not think it was the blame of that person, even if they expressed fears. we all had our own decisions to make during a very difficult moment. >> they are finding out some things that are maybe not easy to hear, but these are facts that we are learning as we go about what happened. >> also on the stand was an oakland police officer who testified he responded to calls for service in the years before the fire and was told people live there, even as it was denied. . henry trial is covering the trial and posting updates from inside the courtroom about what is happening. you can go to to read a daily blog. the ghost ship warehouse fire
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trial. a woman is recovering after she was injured while hiking in phoenix. look at this video, firefighters say the gurney was caught and the air turbulence caused by the rotors caused the line to spend. the fire captain says this is rare and held a procedure to try to stop it from spending. it is hard for me to even watch. coming up next, it is the age-old question about eating healthy, white meat ornew study. the world's best golfers will tee up in san francisco next year. fornia phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones - (phone ringing) - big button and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program.
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looking at the big board, the dow jones industrial is up. the nasdaq and the s&p 500 are slightly up. some of the lunches that we had earlier in the week have been recovered. the job market in the bay area and state why it seems to be slowing down as employees are scrambling to hire more people according to a new report. experts say the reason is because job sectors have expanded, unemployment rates have been driven to record levels. this limits the amount of people available to be hired, leaving them scrambling. rihanna has just been named the richest female musician in the world with an estimated fortune at $600 million. a
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brother, take a bow, but the majority of her perch and comes from a partnership with a french luxury goods company that owns famous lines like christian dior and louis vuitton. the pga championship is coming to a public course. >> we have an early look at the experience that is expected to be great economically. good morning, pam. >> good morning. this is as close as you can get . people normally see this behind glass, maybe a champion holding it overhead. you can come here to this pga experience to see this and some of the amazing memorabilia that is here. here is tiger woods. this is opening to the public today. joining me now to talk about
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this is the director of the 2020 championship. i know that you are excited and it is a number of first. >> it is the part of san francisco that brings the championship right to the people. we are going to be playing on a city park. we are really excited about what we are doing here and how we can bring the public into the championship versus b set aside. when you come in your actually going to see people meeting, city officials, it is a unique experience. when you can have one of these trophies that close it is a pretty special moment. >> stepped this way, you can
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see the club from 1922. what is the idea of opening a center like this? >> to have these artifacts all the way here is a pretty big deal. they are museum artifacts. they do not travel from florida. outside of that it is to come in and for people to inquire about volunteer opportunities. we have under 700 positions remaining. >> and you have 3000 needed? >> over 3300. those of gone pretty fast. a lot of our partners are coming in, this will turn into a merchandise show room for our corporate patrons. it is a really interactive space. bring your lunch, come over and hang out. we are learning as much as we want about san francisco.
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>> there are also places for businesses to get involved. we talked earlier and little bit about the diversity for businesses lgbt own, minority and women owned. >> we have a former program where we will invite all of the tear 2 suppliers. it is a formalized process. we are working with the city and we have already worked with the chamber of commerce. it is a big part of what we do. we are trying to bring the cypress trees in here without actually bringing them here. we have tried our best.
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>> look on my instagramer later, guys. normally they are holding the trophy with white of interest back to san francisco. it looks like a lourn for the season. reduces extended his contract in april, but they announced that his character would not return. he has been charged with multiple felony charges. police say he staged a hate crime attack in january. a new board game features an nostalgic theme. the blockbuster party game comes in a replica plastic vhs tape. the first team to collect one movie from a different genres wins.
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reese witherspoon will returnof her iconic roles, legally blonde three is expected to hit theaters next february. in her first two films she is a block with a ugly personality chihuahua who proves and on capitol hill. she says a script for the new movie has been written in the producers of the first two homes are back. the muppets are making a return to the big screen, the movie is coming back to theaters for just two days this summer. you can watch the 1979 film that brought you the famous rainbow connection song. the movie will be in theaters on july 25 and will be screened at 700 different locations nationwide. rupaul is on his way to new york city to promote a new talkshow. when he spoke to my esteemed colleagues a little earlier he raved about visiting the bay
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area. >> you came in last night. did you enjoy your time in the bay american city. >> you don't tell that to everyone? >> it's true. we see shows and we do shopping, the food, everything. >> he has everyone lined up for the new talkshow, but he says his dream guess would be judge judy. you can catch rupaul during its limited run. it will air weekdays at 2 pm right here at ktvu. we have the program listings and more information on >> judge judy is an interesting choice. >> i agree. sophora is looking to improve his image. why they are temporarily closing every one of its stores
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down time can lift you right up. expedia. everything you need to go. a young black bear back in the wild after wandering onto the uc davis campus. he was released yesterday afternoon. the bear was first spotted on campus around 5:45 am yesterday. officials use a dart gun to tranquilize the young bear.
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>> when that happens there often looking for their old habitat. >> the bell -- bear be okay. the department of fish and wildlife are now using a tracking device to follow his location. today sephora is temporarily closing us doors to host brating differences unity where diversity is expected. it when i say if it is related to a complaint filed by famous singer sza. other retailers have held diversity trainings after workers and their businesses were accused of racial profiling. uber is being audited by the irs and says the irs is examining its 13 and 14 taxes. the company says they may audit taxes and other countries where
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it operates. drones are patrolling the waters of san francisco bay. the us coast guard and the fire department are teaming up. the bay. they use the drones and cameras for patrol and search and rescue. authority say so far at least one kayaker has been a rescue thanks to a drone. cbs working on major changes and planning on remodeling 1500 stores. health hub for mass focused on screenings a blood testing instead of retail. more will open later this year in atlanta, philadelphia, and tampa. a new safety feature by apple helps guard against hearing loss. the app will track listening levels of earphones and notify users of the levels are considered okay or possibly o loud. a study shows about half the
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people between 12-35 cassette for hearing damage because of heavy use of earbuds. a youth study says eating white meat has the same effect on cholesterol as red meat. researchers assigned more than 100 persistent bids to eat a diet and plant proteins for one month and found that red and white meat have the similar facts on the cholesterol levels compared to plant based diets. the study suggests restricting meat altogether is more advisable than previously thought. a new survey says millennials re to not take a lunch break. 1600 employees were surveyed and those between 18-35 or three times more likely than baby boomers to think that their coworkers will judge them for taking a lunch. coming up tomorrow we will
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