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achieving academic and career success, it is critical to their self-identity, we are not really sure why, they feel that way about their self-identity. the oakland community is honoring the lof ofc. grant, 10 years after he was killed by a police officer. we sit down with his mother to talk about the mural, dedicated to his memory. plus, new therapy to reduce the impact of concussions, how researchers are making strides with magnetic stimulation. and a rising star on the san francisco scene, we welcome chef kim to the studio, she will give us a taste of what's on the menu at the star chef gala in san francisco. it is a hot day in the city. they made this song and 66, still applies today. it is summer in the city, and it is going to be 86 degrees in
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san francisco today. >> that is usually where you go to escape the heat. >> 92 in oakland, 103 in concord, as we look at the bay area. if you don't have air conditioning or coyne center, we'll talk about that. it'll be a nice day, do you like it hot? >> no. >> even if you don't, it'll still be hot. i have something for you, i thought about this over the weekend. so i went out to dinner, i didn't want to drink any alcohol because i'm trying to be you know, a new trend, more people are turning down booze for healthier alternatives, it's true. it is called sober curious, more dry bars are popping up all over the country in silicon valley, taking note. more tech companies like google are taking a closer look at alcohol policies. alcohol sales are also done with companies like heineken, looking to cater to the sober curious by marketing more non- and low alcohol drinks, some of them taste good. you don't necessarily have to load up with sugar either. >> that is really interesting,
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fascinating trend. >> it'll be interesting to see how that goes, see what kind of new drinks they are offering, i think that is the key, right? offer something interesting, then you know we don't have to worry about it. we are talking about the bay area heat , triple digit temperatures, we have christina kind of monitoring the situation out there with all of those rising temperatures, and getting hot where you are, christina. >> how are you holding up, christina? >> i am doing okay, i wore the wrong color of shirt today, black is not the way to go on a day like today. i'm really feeling the heat bearing down on my back. i will say, we just checked the temperature, says it's about 80 degrees when we got here at 6 o'clock this morning, it was 70, that is a 10 degree rise in just three short hours. you can see the sun already scorching down here. take a look at the video we shot from this walnut creek sunrise early this monday morning. it wasn't even that bad, everything felt really cool, but we can feel the heat starting to grow as the hours passed, a heat advisory will be in effect from 10 o'clock this morning until 9 o'clock
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tonight. we understand that there could be some issues, related to heat exhaustion, or heatstroke, so if you have small children, if you know someone who is elderly or they live in a house without air conditioning, just keep an eye on them. check on them, because they are especially vulnerable. repot up with a lot of people this morning trying to run errands before it gets very hot this afternoon.>> yeah, i will be inside in an office all day, so it won't really affect me, that's why i'm getting out now. i actually do disaster preparedness for living, that's why i'm here as a consultant. but, i need to be running early, get my exercise done early. so, yeah, everybody needs to drink a lot of water and be hydrated. >> some great advice there, also justly you know, it is a spare the air alert today, in effect, there was one yesterday, there is also one today. the bay area our quality management district says there has been unhealthy air quality with high temperatures mixed with light wind and exhaust from cars. you heard that woman there as
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they stay hydrated, drink water, that is the best advice we can give you. if you take another live look, that son is only going to get hotter as it bears down this afternoon. so, drink 20 of water, stay hydrated, because i can tell you right now, it is already hot, it is only 9 o'clock in the morning. i do not want to be here at 2 o'clock this afternoon. live in walnut creek thomas fox 2 news. >> thanks christina. it's hard when you get dressed at zero 100 and you wake up and you realize i am wearing black in the heat . rosemary, no matter where you go, i think you can leave walnut creek, but really anywhere you go is going to be hot today. you're right, the place to be is inside. so, definitely something worth noting, pay attention to how you feel out there. if you are exhausted or any type of heat related illnesses, also keep in mind you know, the greenhouse effect that we have with cars. never ever ever leave your children or your pets in parked cars.
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we all know this, we just need reminders sometimes. here is a look at sfo, san francisco 74 degrees, the thing about san francisco is, it's been 74 degrees all morning long. never dropped from 74. even in the overnight hours. oakland at 78, 80 livermore, san jose 78, and low 70s now in santa rosa. most areas up over yesterday morning, by five or 10 degrees or so in some spots. half moon bay has cooled off a little bit. we do expect that southerly surge in the onshore breeze to eventually work its way up the coastline, we can see that come in later today and into the evening hours, but for everybody else, going to be just as warm, even hotter inland today. partly cloudy skies overhead at this hour. we still have that northeast flow in place, that dry northeast flow, not as windy as the weekend, so the red flag warning for the hills has expired. we do expect generally will light wind around the area for today. the heat advisory goes until 9 o'clock tonight, we have been
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talking about include everybody, except for the coastline and tower hills. we've got northbay, eastlake, peninsula, south they cover there. here is a look at your temperatures, 86 san francisco for today, to build a 66 in san francisco this time of year. 92 in oakland, 103 concord, one of three antioch. temperatures begin to fall tomorrow. i have a look at that and the cooling trend coming our way just a little bit. >> rosemary, thank you. time is 9:06 am. altair has the upper hand, battling a fire in santa clara county, now 85% contained. the fire did not get bigger overnight. ktvu's allie rasmus talk to firefighters this morning about how tough it is out there, good morning.>> good morning, one of the big challenges obviously is the heat, hot yesterday, even hotter today, close to 100 degrees expected to be here in san jose. so, firefighters hope to maintain the containment lines, and put out any hotspots that might pop up, you can see what's left in the malik fire behind us, the burned hillside here, and the coyote open space area, it is very steep and hilly terrain. that is why when the fire broke out yesterday, cal fire brought
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in helicopters and air tanks do contain the fire, that strategy appears to have worked, it billowed 210 acres, has not built since yesterday, did not grow overnight, 85% containment as you mentioned, in order to keep up that progress, firefighters are going to continue working on those containment lines, and putting out any hotspots, the division chief we spoke to this morning with cal fire explained some of the challenges with firefighters going forward. >> definitely the heat. steep country, and in that particular area where we are working with the containment, a lot of loose soil, easy to slip and fall. and just really, getting the chance to but not up. >> no firefighters were injured battling this fire, this malech fire has not burned any homes or structures, no evacuations because of it. there are some electric transmission lines and transmission pipelines running to the hills of the area, so initially there was some
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concerns that the fire could've damaged those, that did not happen. the division chief confirmed those are fine, they are invested getting how this fire started in the first place, that'll probably take cal fire a while to figure out, but firefighters hope to have full containment here over the next couple of days. live in santa clara county allie rasmus, ktvu news. time is 9:08 am. making progress in yellow county. burned three and half square miles, just outside the town of rumsey, 35 miles northwest of woodland, 45 miles from the city of david's. more than 300 people were ordered to evacuate from the area near county road 41, and state highway 16. powerful winds have pushed the flames as the fire started, but no homes have burned, 700 firefighters are battling those flames on steep hills, with high temperatures drying out the grass. >> when the flame is heading up the hill, it's already heating
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the product, or fuel a head of it. and when the wind pushes it, that makes it even worse. and that's what makes it more difficult for us. >> so far, no injuries have been reported, investigators still want to know how the fire started. it is 9:09 am. thousands of pg&e customers now have power back on after the first of what is expected to be a wave of planned power outages to help prevent wildfires. on friday, the national weather service issued a red flag warning, signaling hi fire danger. the planned outage saturday morning, at first included about 1600 customers in parts of napa, solano, and yolo county's. their power was back on later that night. that is when pg&e turned off the power for more than 20,000 customers in cuba and butte county's. the deactivated lines are being checked for damage or fire hazards, by vegetation that could interfere with live wires. now for the latest, weather conditions and details on the fire, as you can always go to www.ktvu.com or follow our
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twitter and facebook pages. golden state warriors are in toronto for game five of the nba finals, and the toronto raptors can clinch their first title in franchise history, tonight when they host the warriors. of course, we don't want that to happen, most of us down here. meantime, kevin durant practiced briefly yesterday and is listed as questionable for tonight's game. he has not played in more than a month, after straining his right calf. his teammates say they are confident about tonight's game, even though their backs are against the wall. >> just going to see a resilient warrior team. we have been back, our backs against the wall before with the same group, even last year being down 3-2, obviously it's a little more daunting being down 3-1, but with our backs against the wall, we respond best. >> just take it from there, we focus on that mission, you know our history speaks for itself, in terms of being able to get that done, just win one basket ballgame, then we will worry about the rest.
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>> the warriors are 7-2 on the road during the playoffs this year and they close out the clippers rockets and trailblazers with win on the road. if warriors win tonight, and they win on thursday night, tonight's game starts at 6 o'clock. they are hosting a watch party tonight at oracle arena. the $25 with part of it going to charity. the entertainment team will be there along with all of your regular game night concessions, and merchandise. coming up on mornings on 2, the nine, alternative to see law enforcement on bart. set to patrol trains and stations. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet. we've created access from at&t california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits. may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month.
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looking at the blue chips, about 7/10 of a percent today, 181.55, s&p 500 and nasdaq also up, and the dow and the markets
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are up after the u.s. and mexico apparently have reached a deal to avoid tariffs. new this morning, a driver who admitted to using meth before leading police on a high- speed chase through the south bay is suspected of crashing into a minivan and killing that driver. it happened early this morning, chp officers noticed the bmw driving erratically, near the 101 280 interchange in san jose, they chased the car until it ran a red light, off highway 101 at zero point road, and hit the minivan, the driver died as we mentioned, and the passenger was hospitalized, in critical condition. the bmw driver was arrested, and his passenger might be arrested as well. all lanes are open again on highway 101 after a deadly crash and car fire this morning, it happened around 2:15 am in the southbound ln., north of tamalpais exit in for to madera. one person was killed in the car crash. when cruise first arrived, they
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found the car on fire, on its roof, two lanes of highway 101 were closed down, until the scene was cleared at about 5 o'clock this morning, the cause of the crash is still under investigation. the search continues this morning for the pilot of a private plane that crashed into the delta last night. they called the coast guard to say the plane went down in the water, just north of pittsburgh, about 5:30 pm last night, debris had been recovered and search teams found a backpack with aeronautical charts, but the main wreckage is still underwater. the plane had been rented from a flight school at the concord airport and officials believed the pilot was the only person on board. time is now 9:15 am, we are waiting to find out the name of a man who drowned this weekend at lake del valle, in livermore. east bay regional park police say the man and his friend rented about saturday night, we were about a mile from the marina, in deepwater, when the man took off his lifejacket, jumped into the water, and hasn't been seen again. the lifeguard and divers searched for him, but they did not find his body until late yesterday. defense lawyers in the oakland warehouse fire are expecting to call him into the witness today.
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they claim she overheard men talking about starting a deadly fire. lawyers for defendant max harris will call sharon evans to the stand to try to support their claim that the deadly 2060 warehouse fire was arson. last week, the judge ruled that she will be allowing evidence to testify. however, the judge said some areas may be inadmissible hearsay. sharon evans claims she was in east oakland on the night of the fire and her dementing quote, the way we put the wood there, they are never good getting out. covering the trial, we are posting updates from inside the courtroom, about what's happening, and you can go to www.ktvu.com to read a daily blog of the ghost ship warehouse fire trial. hundreds of teachers in the new haven school district are expected to be back in the classroom today after ending their three-week strike. the school district and the teachers finally reached a tentative agreement, over the weekend and ratified the new contract yesterday. the deal calls for 3% pay raise retroactive to january 1. a 2 1/2% bonus for the current
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school year, and a 1% increase in july 1 come up with an additional 1% contingency based in school funding. roughly 500 votes, 60% of the teachers voted to pass the deal. >> the yes votes will serve us for our next journey of trying to get better treatment from the district. so i am pleased with what came out. >> the district was just bargaining and bad faith all along. they were saying 0% for so long, here we are at 7 1/2% that they are offering. and, you know it really goes to show that they were just trying to punish teachers all along.>> many teachers are saying the agreement is bittersweet, some parents are still going ahead with a recall effort against three school board members, they say because of how they handled the negotiations. happening today, house judiciary committee holding a hearing called lessons from the miller report. former white house counsel, among those scheduled to testify. dean works for pres. nixon and was connected to the watergate coverup. house democrats expect them to
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tell them why he believes president trump engaged in obstruction of justice. many of the democratic presidential candidates met the weekend campaign in iowa, a new poll shows former vp joe biden is losing some support there, while other candidates are gaining support. cnn des moines iowa registered shows biden still in first place at 24%, but back in december, the same poll had him at 32%. bernie sanders is still in second place, with 16%. the candidates numbers are rising, including elizabeth warren with 15%, and pete buttigieg , just behind at 14. beto o'rourke, once considered a leading candidate is seeing his campaign struggle but says the polls only tell so much. >> i don't know that this many months out from the caucuses in iowa, that these polls really indicate what our prospects are. >> now, joe biden was not among the candidates campaigning in
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iowa over the weekend, but he will be out there tomorrow. a $100 billion plan to improve traffic flow here in the bay area, starting to take shape. according to the mercury, the plant now called faster bay area is set to raise $100 billion in taxes over several decades, to redefine our transportation network across all nine bay area counties. in order to support the matter to appear on the ballot, the state legislature would have to pass a bill, allowing vote, which would be similar to the bill that place reasonable measure three on the ballot. they proved that measure last year, for transportation project. time is 9:19 am. bart planning of pilot program, they will have unarmed passengers patrol bar trains and bart stations. according to the examiner, bart gen. manager set aside $500,000 for this ambassador program, in a proposed budget, it still has to be approved by the bart board. the program will be similar to one on uni, were 16 staffers and yellow safety vests patrol
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uni buses. they are unarmed, but they are trained to handle conflicts. coming up mornings onto, mornings on 2 the nine. oscar grant was shot and killed by bart police officer. this morning, i'm going to sit down with oscar grant's mother talking about how the community is pulling together, to make sure oscar grant is never forgotten. california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones, - (phone ringing) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program. call or visit
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welcome back to mornings on 2, our time is now 9:22 am. you are looking at a new mural of oscar grant, now on display at oakland fruitville station, he was 22 years old. he was shot and killed by bart police officer 10 years ago on new year's day. now, that mural is right under the bart platform, where auster lost his life. the bart worked closely with oscar grant's family to help create that mural, and this morning, here in the studio with me now, live is wanda johnson, oscar grant's mother.
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and i think you for being here, good to see you. >> thank you so much for the invite. >> we are going to talk about a lot of different things, but the mural was dedicated over the weekend. how did it feel being there, and seeing it out there? >> it was just a, it was emotional for me because the mural was done, and it won't replace auster, but it gives me a sense to know that oscar will not be forgotten, that he will be remembered, and known for years to come. because, when people pass through the fruitville bart station, they will see his face. >> it is a pupil mural, how did you work with bart on this project? >> we had several different meetings, and different artists refer us, he was when i picked, he brought us different designs that he had previously done and showed us how he would like it to look. we finally came to an agreement, and bart was there the whole time, helping with
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whatever he needed to make sure that he was good when he was drawing the mural. >> this is the first time you and i have talked, we have talked and been around each other, does it ever get any easier for you, i mean that is a dumb statement to make, but you know what i mean? how do you deal with this? how do you, this is your son.>> i look at it, my son was killed, but i do know that oscar had a love for people. you know, i always think about you know, when he was working at the store, and the lady didn't know how to cook any fish, and he you know, called home and spoke with my mom and myself, trying to help her learn how to cook fish, and what kind of fish to buy. so, oscar was such a loving person, who was yet, without flaws, but yet he still loved people. and wanted to see and help people. and so, that is what keeps me going, and causes me to have
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that joy in my heart, especially when he is able to help people and carrying out his legacy to the oscar grant foundation, helping people, it makes my heart feel glad and rejoice in that. >> how is your family doing? >> it is still very hard for all of us. and you know, you process grief differently. you know, from my brother, the grief was uncle bobby, the grief was anger. it was anger from me as well at first, but that anger kinda dissipated and my mom really was like, you believe in god? you preach about god, now that is who you have to stand on is god. that is the only one who is going to get you through this. and from her words, and her prayers, and everyone else's, the community's prayers, it helped me to really tick myself up out of the depression that i was in, and to begin to reach forward and look forward and see, and just you know, just pray about what god would want me to do with the loss of my
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son. >> you do so much, and you have many help with the foundation, keeping oscar's name and the legacy alive, anything going on right now? >> pretty soon, we are coming up to our scholarship and our awards banquet, we were able at the mural unveiling, to give away two scholarships, but we plan on getting the rest of the scholarships at the event coming up in july. where we will host our aau ask about team, i think we have about 40 youth on the team now that we have. then we have about six more scholarship recipients that we will be giving away scholarships to, and they will be going to all different schools. so, being able to help the community, because that's where it starts. if we want our communities to decrease in the amount of policing, and the amount of killings that are going on, we have to invest in our youth. and as we invest in our youth,
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and we sit with them, and we incurred them and we provide different activities for them, we know that the crime rates, the population of interaction between law enforcement and police will decrease. and that is what we are hoping. >> one of many ways oscar grant and his family is helping to change oakland and make it better. wanda johnson, thank you for being here, it is a pleasure. you and i, we will work together, we know. all right, wanda johnson, the mother of oscar grant with us on mornings on 2, thank you. >> you are welcome, thank you so much for having me here. our appraisal . time is now 9:27 am. get ready for more blistering hot to bay area weather, live in east bay, we will have the latest on the heat advisory and how hot it will get in your neighborhood. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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afternoon, san francisco typically 66 degrees, 10 to 20 degrees above the seasonal average around the area this afternoon, i have details on those numbers and the advisories in place, coming up in just a little bit. that is one of the top stories, more and some of the other top stories, let's check in with pam cook in the newsroom. >> thank you, cell. virus in the south bay and he knew to gain ground above south san jose, that is despite today's hot weather, the malik fire started yesterday afternoon near malik and bailey road. hellfire is that it is not 85% contained, but it has burned 200 acres, ground crews and air tankers are making some progress, they could have it fully contained by tonight. and air alert is in effect for the bay area today for the second day in a row, today is expected triple digit temperatures and light wind expected to create unhealthy air in many parts of the bay area, we are encouraged to avoid or limit our driving if possible, avoid exercising outdoors, and
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for everyone with reading problems, you should stay inside. that is a look at some of our top stories we are following for you here in the newsroom, let's go back up to the studio. thank you pam, we have been talking about the weather, it is unseasonably warm according to rosemary. and some of those temperatures are eye-popping. >> yeah, we broke records yesterday, we will do it again today. triple digit heat for the inland communities, 80s up the coast. half moon bay expected to break a record, into the low 80s for today. here's a look at the satellite view, partly cloudy skies overhead, we do have the north, northeast flow in place, so even though the winds have calmed down quite a bit and the red flag warning has expired for the hills, that and fire danger is still out there, we will be dry and hot for today, once again. winds are generally light around the region, coming up from the northeast at 9 mph for fairfield. take a look at these numbers, san francisco started out in the 70s, right now 76. 80 through castro valley valley,
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and for areas like concord and antioch and livermore for today, one of five excepted for livermore into the south bay, san jose 100, we will go low 80s pacifica, 86 in san francisco, 97 hayward, and in the north bay, santa rosa at 100 degrees, likely to either meet or beat a record there. here's a look at the extended forecast, temperatures will begin to fall tomorrow, although we are going to remain quite warm around the bay and inland through tuesday, we get to a better cool down as we get into wednesday, then we are coasting, into the weekend with temperatures in the low 60s at the coast, upper 70s to low 80s around the bay and low 90s expected inland. to take it easy out there for today, it is going to be a hot one, back to you. >> rosemary, thank you, time is 9:32 am. conference is go board of supervisors planning to ban e- cigarettes and vaping in san francisco. they recommended the full board approved at least one of two measures, that the bill would ban the sale of e-cigarettes, and vaping devices until they are approved by the fda. supervisors are also considering
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another proposal, that would ban the sale, the manufacturing, and distribution of tobacco vaping products on city-owned property. >> for every individual adult, that quits smoking cigarettes, from using electronic cigarettes , 80 youth and young adults would go on to become regular cigarette smokers. >> critics of the ban say it would force some leeks cigarette and basing chops vaping shops to close. they are set to vote on the two measures next week. meanwhile, the san francisco bay company gave seven and half million dollars in a grant to medical college in tennessee. they are expected to pay for research on the impact of e- cigarettes and vaping. juul and other manufacturers have been soliciting more research on their products, though many research has been hesitant to accept their money.
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the fda plans to make a regulatory decision on e- cigarettes and vaping by the year 2022. the manufacturers have until that time to prove their products are safe. after a four-year-old boy in these they died in oakland dental office, dental and pediatric groups are releasing new guidelines on anesthesia. four-year-old donley died after undergoing a procedure on april 24, at a dental office in oakland. the family says after two doses of anesthesia, the boy stopped breathing. now, the american academy of pediatric dentistry and the american academy of pediatrics is recommending that two people, credentialed for anesthesia be present in the room, any time a child is deeply sedated. former boston red sox player is resting in the hospital after being rushed into surgery, following an ambush in the dominican republic. espn says david ortiz was shot in the lower back, that bullet went through and came out his
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stomach. police say ortiz was at a bar when a man approached him from behind and shot him. they say the gunman is now in custody after he was captured and beaten by a group of onlookers there. ortiz is a 43 years old, spent 20 seasons in the majors, including 14 with the boston red sox. and another tourist has died after suddenly becoming radically ill at a resort in the dominican public. family members say 67-year-old robert wallace of california got sick on april 11. almost immediately after he had a drink from his rooms minibar, at the hard rock hotel in the kanya. the hotel has not commented. three other americans died at different resorts in the davidic and the public in late may. the medic and authorities have said autopsies indicated all three died of natural causes. time is 9:35 am. seven people who were at washington dc's ride parade, they are recovering from injuries.
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take a look at this video, showing hundreds of people running, when they thought they heard gunfire along the parade route saturday. police say one man friend another with a bb gun, no gunshots were fired. but the man who had that bb gun was arrested on weapons charges, and also this orderly conduct. in sacramento, the community celebrate it right month over the weekend with a parade through downtown. but, some vendors of the lgbt q community protested that event, because of who was allowed to march in the parade. the protesters were upset that the event organizers allowed uniformed police officers to take part in pride. the lgbtq community board director initially banned them from marching in uniform at the parade, because of the stonewall riots. >> they are fundamentally disinterested in protecting you and me. they are only interested in protecting the corporate powers that be. >> it's very important to remember our history and know our history. at the same time, what are we going to do for tomorrow?
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how do we get through that and make tomorrow better, for people that it wasn't so good in the past?>> organizers reversed their decision in exchange for several lgbtq outreach initiatives by police, which included adding the community advisory committee aminu officer training, community forms, and a new liaison. meantime, la pride parade was televised for the first time, about 140 floats, as well as dozens of groups and organizations march the almost 2 mile stretch of santa monica boulevard in west hollywood. this is one of the biggest pride celebrations in the country, hundreds of thousands of people lined that parade route. in san francisco, they are getting ready for the pride celebration, later this month. it is a two day event, it runs saturday, june 29, to sunday, june 30. this year's theme, generations of resistance. the festivities, and eight on sunday with the parade down market street, the city is expected about 100,000 spectators. today, the san jose city council will hold a final
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public hearing on next year's proposed $4.3 billion budget. the spending plan includes extending the existing program in response to the recent spike and homeless people in san jose. it is designed to get homeless people off the streets and into the workforce. i spoke to mayor locarno in the last hour of the jobs program created when it began eight months ago. with that job, obviously they are able to get access to better jobs. we have had so far, a quarter of the persistent have already moved onto full-time employment with their employers, making more money, and we want to do more of that. >> the proposed budget also provides more funding for the san jose police department and would bring back foot patrol of the san jose city council, scheduled to vote on the budget proposal tomorrow. time is now 9:38 am. absolutely terrifying scene in downtown dallas, texas, a train collapsing on top of apartment building, killing at least one person. a witness happen to be recording the moment that crane crashed down yesterday. cruise down the body of a woman
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inside the building after that crane smashed through the side of a five-story building. at least five other people were hurt. i thought couple people hanging off their windows. someone said they couldn't find their fianci. i mean, someone else said her husband was stuck or something.>> that crane is from a company based in san leandro. a seller and renter of construction cranes, again, it is based in san leandro. american airlines has announced it will extend its flight cancellations for boeing troubled 737 max. the new passenger jet has been out of commission for the past three months. after it was determined, its flight control software played a role in two deadly crashes. the airline had previously said cancellations would run through august 19, and that has now been extended until september 3. american airlines is currently doing a software update, along with a pilot training program for the 737 max. all right, time is 9:39 am.
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we get to talk sports, oakland a's continue their road trip, they are in tampa, florida playing the race. the a's wrap up the road trip in texas yesterday afternoon, warmer giant plays with the rangers, look at this catch. bingo. in the first inning, the a's offense was firing on all cylinders. matt holsen and chris davis both hit home runs, to put the a's up 8-0. now, texas stormed back, including, guess what they did? they stole home. scored a run. but, the a's split the series with a 9-8 victory yesterday. this afternoon's game starts at 4:10 pm. giants have the day off, before starting against the padres. sunday's game featured some fire with the dodgers in town. madison bumgarner allowing this splash home run, this was in the first inning, there goes, into the water. that was max muncy's hit, he took a little too long admiring that 426 foot home run.
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he did not like it, the two just kept yelling at each other, but it did not escalate beyond that. however, after that hit, there was a pitching duel for the rest of the game, no one else will score again, they lost the game 1-0. here is what the two players had to say after the game.>> well, you hit the ball then he yelled at me, he said don't watch the bowl, you run. and i just responded back you know, if you don't want me to watch the ball, i can go get it out of the ocean. >> it's funny, you are laughing about it a little, are you softening at all towards that kind of stuff? >> no. i won't make that mistake again.>> very serious there. dines off today, they host the padres tomorrow night. >> he is hard, the women's world cup has begun in france, team usa won the last world cup, and it is favored to win again this year, plenty of bay area ties to the team. alex morton, morgan park me, was a star four years at cal, prison christian press, all of
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that star power has the team poised for another big run this year in france. fox 2 is your home for all things world cup, we will error many of the matches, including u.s. first thailand tomorrow morning, our coverage starts at 11, when soccer is life on ktvu, you can catch the local news on ktvu plus, we also lifestream our news on www.ktvu.com. coming up on mornings on 2, we are cooking this morning with chef kim of night bird, she is going to let us know what is on the menu at starship scala, and who benefits from the event.
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can you believe it is going to be 86 degrees today in san francisco? that is about 20 degrees hotter than it should be for this time of year. but, that is okay, i think people will probably deal somehow. there is a special treat right here in studio for us, we do have chef kim altar of night bird joining us, she is a culinary maven who is here to tell us about the star chef gala, the event benefits a san francisco charity that fosters entrepreneurs in industry, first, let us know what you are cooking today, kim, welcome by the way. >> thank you, super excited to be here. we are cooking why do style beef that will be rolled in leak and i got this from the farmers market this weekend, -- >> first of all, kim, most of us don't know what what you beef is, they see it on fancy chef menus, why is it better than regular beef? >> because it is delicious. they donated to be for this event, and it has a higher fat content, and just a little bit more unctuous, just a before piece of beef.
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>> if i go to a restaurant and see that on the menu, get it? >> yes. >> okay, didn't mean to interrupt, keep going. >> i got this from the farmers market yesterday, then some little flowers for garnishing, then green garlic at the restaurant, earlier. that i made a fish sauce caramel. >> rate, if you can go ahead and do what you are going to do, i will ask you questions along the way as long as you're not too distracted. these awards the chefs are getting are pretty prestigious, they have been handed out for a while, you are getting the sustainability award. so, congratulations, what does that mean? >> thank you, at night bird, we try to utilize as much of the product obviously, as we can. we will take whatever would normally be may be thrown away, and we turn into a course after one course, so we do 10 courses. and the courses after each of the course is a really likable flexion course, right now we have a color menu, sobering pride. the first course is an orange
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disk with saffron and carrots. the second is i carrot fermented juice with carrot miso. >> and the way you beef, is there any special preparation you need to do when you cook something like this? >> for the event i cook a little bit differently, we will cook for about 500 people, so cooking it would be a nightmare. so, this is something i normally don't do with beef but because this is such a nice fatty before piece, a kind of just really does well with that technique. >> this is the before? >> yes. >> sorry robert, this is the before, this is the after? >> yes, we kind of cooked it for about 45 minutes, really in a water bath, then i feared it really quick to get nice caramelization on the outside, i will roll it in leak ash. another way to be sustainable, if we use leak, we probably don't use the green part, we burn it and turn it into a nash, and will roll it in the beef, or we will use it on a plate and try to make sure that
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you are constantly utilizing everything you possibly can. >> so, just break off into you know, the restaurant business is tough these days, how do you find in san francisco these days? the restaurant is doing very well, what you think about the restaurant scene? >> i think it is incredible he tough. it is very hard, you work seven days a week, eight hours a day, you just want to make people happy and have them come to your restaurant and eat delicious food. that is what we try to do. >> do you think it's changed, more people becoming used to chef prepared meals? >> i think the industry has changed a lot in the last five years, you can go down around the whole of all of the new apps and things like that, but you know, chefs are becoming more of a voice now, and i think that you know, when someone comes tonight bird, i am there. i'm there, cooking your food, touching your table, greeting you. i think that's important part of the experience, people want to experience it. >> nowadays, people they know you, they see on tv a few times, including here. they want you to come by their table and say hi.>> yeah, i am a real person. >> yeah, she is real. >> well, we will see you at the
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awards. >> are you coming? >> you know, i think i might. >> all right, i am excited to have you come. >> she is pleading this now work >> we do brussels, trying to utilize all different types of the brussel. >> okay, while you are placing this, i will tell people where they can get the tickets. the gala takes place tomorrow night at terra gallery in san francisco. for ticket information, just head over to www.ktvu.com and click the web link section. and, here we go. beautiful. a little bit on top. >> kim altar, thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. coming up on mornings on 2 , the nine. thinking of taking an interstellar vacation? i'm not sure about this, how nasa is taking one large step into space tourism.
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we hope you will join us later this afternoon, when rupaul new talkshow from years here on ktvu, he used to be joined us to talk about how new talkshow is a continuation of any of the conversations on rupaul's drag race. >> on drag race, we talk about front things, superficial things, but there are lots of heavy topics that we deal with on drag race. and i feel we are teaching a new audience how to have those conversations, without it being
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such a downer. >> rupaul's guest on today's premier r james gordon, who just worsted last night's 20 awards, and jonathan andrew scott, property brothers, errors it airs at 2 pm and again at 3 pm on ktvu plus. last night big winner, the 73rd annual tony awards.>> hates town. >> page county one total of eight including best new vehicle. it was first developed on stage in berkeley, four years ago. rachel hopkins took home a tony for best director for hadestown, she is the only woman to direct a broadway musical the season.>> there are so many women who are ready to go, there are so many artists of color who are ready to go. >> allee stroker took home the tony for best actress in the revival of oklahoma, the first
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performer in a wheelchair to win a tony. the sequel to the tony movie secret life of pets was number one this weekend. >> don't be so dramatic. >> go back, go back, go back. >> but yes, probably. >> the secret life of pets 2 but yes, probably. >> the secret life of pets 26 and 47 million in his debut weekend, disappointing because the original movie brought in more than 100 million in its first days and peter. worldwide, the movie made $97 million. and the latest x-men movie struggled in its opening weekend. dark phoenix took in 33 million, the lowest opening weekend ever among the 12 different x-men movies. and, aladdin took in another $24 million. if you haven't made your vacation plans for next year, here is a destination to consider, the international space station. nasa is officially getting into the space tourism business. and expect to open up the station for guests manasseh says two people will be allowed
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per year, they can stay for up to 30 days. the space agency even set a price for housing and meal costs.>> it will be roughly about $35,000 a night for astronaut, but it won't come with any hilton or marriott points. >> that is just the cost for the accommodations on the space station, boeing and space x are still figuring out what they will charge to take space tourists to the international station, to give you an idea of how extensive it can be, they have been paying russia more than $74 million for each american astronaut who makes a round-trip, since the space shuttle was retired in 2011.>> i don't think i will be going. medical researchers are reporting a possible breakthrough to help the estimated 10 million people around the world who suffer a traumatic brain injury every year. a team of canadian doctors found a new low intensity form of mandated stimulation could be the treatment for concussions and other serious brain injuries. the research found that this treatment can help reduce the headaches, dizziness, and nausea, often tied to my brain injuries. >> gender and marital status
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can play a major role in the risk of dying of heart disease. british researchers found widowed and divorced men had significantly higher odds of death, due to heart disease than women of the same marital status. but, single men are more likely to survive heart failure than single women. the study found extreme stress and depression tied to losing a loved one was a key element in these findings. time is now 9:56 am. working nationwide rollout of the meal is impossible whopper expands here to the bay area today. burger king says impossible whopper sales began this morning, and it rolled in 100 burger king restaurants around the bay area, this follows successful trial runs of measles berger and other parts of the country. burger king's goal, cell impossible whoppers of all 7200 of the fast food restaurants in the u.s. by the end of this year. starbucks is testing a pilot program this month at london's gatwick airport, trying to get customers to reuse and return cups. they will charge customers an extra six cents for disposable cups, while offering a reusable
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