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good morning to you and welcome. happy weekend to all. i am in for rosemary. some of the headlines, chili sights and sounds of police bodycam video late last night. sacramento police department released footage of their confrontation with a man accused of killing a sacramento police officer. authorities are discovering describing it as a ambush and they had no chance to rescue her. flames caused part of this roof to collapse.
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>> a number of businesses have been affected. we will have a live report coming up and there is a new area code coming to arts of western alameda county and that means big changes for people with a 510 area code. spoke to changes today and affects whether you can dial out and how you can do that. there are more changes coming. it will be a bit of getting used to. we will get to that in a moment. we want to talk about whether. it is cool outside right now. it will get kind of hot. sorry. >> i love it, i do. i know you are not a big fan that it will be too bad right now. golden gate bridge fog hanging a little bit. for the most part we will clear up pretty nicely today all across the region and we will see some warmer temperatures especially inland. it is summer officially as of yesterday and we will see those summerlike temperatures. not as
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cloudy and foggy as it is over the golden gate bridge. we can talk about some of the weather headlines and talk about how the day is shaping up and what we see today. inland areas will be in the 80s to 90s. this is a live look. nice day, clearing up nicely. along the coast and the bay we will see temperatures in the 80s and into the 70s. mostly sunny day. we will have some dry conditions. warmer today than it was yesterday. this is shaping up to be pretty warm and right now 59 degrees to get you out the door in conquered. 57 degrees in walnut creek and 57 degrees in a were. san francisco is 54 degrees for your current temperature this morning. we will warm-up.
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concord will get to 93, livermore 90, morgan hill 69, san francisco warm up to 92 degrees. i want to touch on this. we have a red flag warning in effect right now until 6:00 tonight. that is for parts of the sacramento valley that means we will see some dry conditions, breezy northwind and humidity. avoid that if you can. new this morning sacramento police have released video of the shooting that took the life of a young police officer. body camera of another officer who was at that seen.>> police department. you're not in trouble. stuck at the officer in this video was not hurt, another officer, 26-year-old charles sullivan was killed.
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this happened on wednesday while police were on a domestic violence call in north sacramento. officers were helping a woman retrieve her belongings from the home and that is when the gunmen opened fire in an ambush when officers came to the door. for 45 minutes officers exchanged gunshots and it kept him from rescuing the officer. the police chief says they could not leave their squad cars to reach her because the gunmen high-powered rifle rounds was going through their cars. stuck she was born and raised here in the bay area and graduated from college park high school in 2011. funeral arrangements are still being finalized. her body has been transported from the sacramento corners office to a mortuary. vicki gonzales shows us the emotional procession for a fallen officer.
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obviously that is the wrong piece. we will try to get that to you in a couple minutes. moving on to another sty into richmond this morning we are investigating a drive-by shooting in richmond that police say injured four people. it was were ordered at 630 last night on fifteenth street which is near the medical center. police say someone in the car opened fire at the people who are on the street. all victim suffered non-life- threatening injuries. it is unknown how many people were in the vehicle. so far police have not provided a description of the car. we are following to bethany developing news in san leandro over a fire. is happened on georgia way and east fourteenth street. our reporter spoke with employees of one of those
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businesses. >> reporter: good moing. firefighters are still on scene continuing to dump the water on these damage businesses. you are looking at a gutted upholstery shop a clothing shop and the yellow building is a restaurant. with me now i have the chef. you have been working your for 12 years and you live on the top floor. how bad is the damage? >> right now we are waiting to see how bad it is, but, you know, after they went in and a lot of water and a lot of damage. we expect that will be, we don't know. the building could be totally destroyed. we are waiting on the inspector to hear what they have to say. donald trump you said there was an event and a birthday party and the place was packed. when did you realize there was a fire and what happened?
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>> i realized there was a fire when we were serving dinner a few minutes after 8:00. i heard the noise get out so i said to my customers and my workers put everything down and get out because safety first. >> reporter: was everyone able to get out safely? >> yes. >> reporter: you said even your neighbors the other stores that were impacted they are almost like family. how are you feeling this morning been out here seen this?>> i am telling you it is devastating, but we are alive. no one got hurt. we can rebuild. we can rebuild and be stronger and better. this is just a little setback, you know. you out. >> reporter: we wish you the best. one thing we talked about is
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the chef with his family and his seven-year-old son they live on the top or and as far as i know that was destroyed and the bottom floor they are still trying to figure out that is the restaurant version. you can see the got a clothing store and upholstery shop. firefighters say this appeared to begin in the attic of the upholstery shop and quick we spread. there are road closures in place georgia way when they meet up with 14th. firefighters on scene making sure there are no additional hotspots. let's get back to the story the procession for the officer. more now from vicki gonzales. >> reporter: a destination that never gets easier. from one highway 99 overpass to the next stranger is showing up for the ultimate sacrifice. >> she was way too young.
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trip the casket heading to a funeral home. leaving the city she gave her life to protect. the 26-year-old rookie officer graduating from sacramento state last may and the police academy in december. on training duty responding to a domestic disturbance she helped a woman gather belongings from the home when she was shot and killed. >> such a young one doing so much good and cared about her community and to have her tragically lost this way is heartbreaking.>> reporter: a calling to serve others cut short. >> let them know we respect what she did and that her losses a heartbreak. >> reporter: an end of watch, but an everlasting legacy to
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protect and serve. >> that was vicki gonzales reporting. the vigil is tomorrow night at sacramento state. time is 7:09 and we want to turn our attention to the fourth of july because it is less than two weeks away. they expect to seize more illegal fireworks like this stash that was uncovered. they release these photos near highway 101. officers were following up on an unrelated case when they found thousand pounds of illegal fireworks. to other people were cited and released for misdemeanor fireworks. the governor proposing a wildfire fund. they are hoping state lawmakers can reach a consensus to an issue treated by the collapse of pg&e. there are two proposals for
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wildfire funds first a 10 1/2 million dollar proposal that acts like alone increases and state issued bond. the other plan would create $21 billion and create an insurance policy for contributions from the states three major utility companies. would have to make upgrades to comply with wildfire protection plans. the governor hopes to present these ideas to lawmakers and have a deal by mid july. pg&e has wrapped up medium- size demonstrators protested outside the headquarters. demonstrated started with the names of victims being read aloud. protesters helped picket signs and laid out 85 pairs of shoes for the 85 people that were killed in the camp fire. pg&e did not allow cameras inside the meeting and refuse
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our request for interview. they said they are committed to helping the fire victims and crew safety and reduce the chances of future fire. today starts some dialing changes. starting today you will need to dial one then the area code and in the number because the utility commission is getting ready to add 341 area code starting on july 22. it will be assigned a new number in the bay area.>> that always takes time. >> that would take a while to get used to. reports out of washington indicate there will be a nationwide immigration sleep. when we return we will hear from an undocumented immigrant a mother of four living and working in the bay area. president trump opens up about why he ordered and then stopped a military strike
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against iran.
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a saturday morning. this song requested by patrick to get your morning started. taking a live look outside it is shaping up to be a nice day. we are expecting temperatures inland low 80s along the coast temperatures in the 70s. extended forecast coming up. the rate is expected to target some 2000 people with 10 metropolitan areas.
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our reporter shows us how local immigrant families are worried about what may happen to them. >> reporter: latino culture is proudly displayed in this neighborhood. that pride is now clouded in apprehension over news that immigration and customs and horseman is set to conduct sweeps and deport undocumented families. she is an undocumented immigrant from mexico. she spoke with me with the help of her daughter who translated. both did not want to show their faces.>> sad, depressed, scared. the mother of four works as a janitor three of her children were born in the united states so they are citizens. she fears she will be separated from them. >> she will stay at home because she is afraid of being deported. donald trump you are fearing for your safety and your family safety on when your life your could suddenly change.
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>> reporter: she says she was undocumented until about three years ago when she got a visa because she was the victim of a crime. she has family members who are undocumented. >> i want to ensure the members of my community to not panic.>> reporter: mayor is encouraging them to know their rights. the acting director says it is expected to target about 2000 people in 10 reasons who have already received deportation orders. >> no one is instilling fear this is about the rule of law and maintaining integrity of the system. >> reporter: oakland police will not be aiding with the operations. >> our police department is aware of our policy that prohibits them in helping in any way.>> reporter: of the secret say they are on standby and plan to respond as needed. >> everyone has the right to process and we are here to
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protect those rights. >> we contribute and they're trying to make a life for their family. >> advocates say hundreds of children's insight detention center face deplorable living conditions. they interview children who have been detained for weeks near el paso. they say virtually all of the children were sick, filthy and barely close. advocates say they don't even have blankets or soap in the bathrooms.>> we see sick, dirty, hungry children. >> the attorneys say they see children as young as eight years old that are asked to care for infants. the group that covers the tensions conditions the acting head of customs and border protection is needed for the health and well-being of migrants crossing the border. toys "r" us could be making
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a bit of a come back in time for the holiday shopping season. they filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2017 and closed more than 700 stores last year. bloomberg reports a group of lenders who own the right to the name set to open a handful of stores over the next several months and these stores will be about a third of the size of the old toys "r" us, a little bit of a come back. let's go over to sarah for a check of the warming forecast. just for this weekend. this only lasts until sunday and once we get into monday things will cool down. let's start by looking at exactly what is going on today. it will be a warm one and it will be hot. you can take a live look and you can see the arena and it is shaping up to be a nice day for the most part it will be sunny, mostly clear skies although the
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coastal see some clouds along the monterey bay and the san francisco peninsula. it will be warm, 70s to the mid 90s. inland regions will warm-up today. right now it feels nice outside, 59 degrees. oakland 54, 56 san francisco. mountain view warming up to 61 this morning. the current went, this is something we are concerned about. you can see calm wind around the region. in the upper elevations and the higher hills we do see some gusty winds. this is of concern it is fire danger conditions. today we are going to warm-up. these are the highs yesterday. santa rosa got to about 81 yesterday and 11 degrees warmer
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we will end up around 92 in santa rosa. concord got to 85 yesterday. san francisco will be warm today as well. normal for this time of year is 67. warming up a little bit above average for this time of year and san jose you will notice the difference 80 degrees where we are expecting to end up today. here is an extended look. pacifica 70 degrees and redwood city 85. mountain view 88. livermore will get to about 90 degrees. it will be a warm one all around. here is a look at your extended forecast. we are expecting that warm-up and people look at how much temperatures drop off by midweek. we will end up midweek when debt wednesday and it will reach high 70s. this is way below average for this time of year and we have a couple days before we get there. it will be a hot one. celebrating the best and
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brightest, coming up we will take you to the entrepreneur of the year awards. the most expensive and least efficient transit agency. an evaluation of the valley transportation authority when we come back.
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the services back to work. the transit agency says the
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powerline fell on the tracks. it damage a train. many lives were affected. the governor has appointed a inspector general. they will oversee the transit agency. decades of experience in governmental oversight. the new position is meant to provide more oversight of finances and they say they like the idea. >> i think it is a terrific idea. a lot of people won't do it because so many things are going on. >> i think that would be a great idea for someone to focus more on the concerns and the problems that is happening and get a better and safer toward.
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>> her appointment comes as a per getting a three and $5 billion upgrade. it does not replace the general manager. and the least efficient transit agency. 61 page document says it is too big and too political to make a decision. they suggest decisions to better they agree some changes need to happen. >> there are too many directors and being city councilmembers because that is their primary responsibility >> we have a unique model of the transit agency. we should work look at what other agencies around the country are doing. >> that comes as they get a
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possible strike are the drivers and operators. it has 90 days to respond. you can see santa cruz trying to resolve a controversy. >> they remove a bill that they have wanted out for number of years. a new woman is accusing president trump as -- of sexual assault.
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a good time to have a little fun. cyndi lauper happy birthday. >> she was born in 1953. >> i saw her in concert last year. she hung upside down. she is my hero. i think everyone was wondering how old she is. welcome back. this is the first weekend of summer.
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úi love it. i still think 80s it is a little bit chilly for me. >> we are going to send you to palm springs. >> i know i am crazy. here are some clouds and we will sees him mostly sunny skies and it will be a hot one today. temperatures already pretty nice this time. 61 in mountain view and you can see normal temperatures for this time of year we will be about that today. we are expecting to end up in santa rosa, 83 is what is normal for this time of year. san francisco will warm-up to 72. we will see some clouds hanging overhead along the peninsula. it is still going to be a nice day.
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oakland will organize about 80 degrees. it will be about 88 degrees today. i want to talk about the red flag warning this is really for lake solano and the sacramento valley. i noticed a couple of cities and axillary lake and vacaville so red flag warning we will are expecting dry conditions. if a small grass fire starts it is easy. be aware and avoid outdoor learning. firefighters in san leandro still at the scene of a fire that tore through several businesses on george away at east 14th street.
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our reporter spoke with an employee of the business and joins us now. >> reporter: employees devastated and we learn from the fire department that this fire is 90% contained. this is your looking for hotspots and they say there is some burning inside the upholstery shop. i spoke with some of them and this was damaged in the fire. they said this was packed last night and there was a birthday party and they had to escape.>> i heard someone say fire and when i rushed out i saw the fire and i said i rushed in and everyone was running and panicking. i watched the fire until 3:00.
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>> the chefs of the entire top store was gutted and that is where the family lives. they don't know what they are going to do now. at least three businesses impacted by the three alarm fire and also a clothing store next door. those businesses completely burned. firefighters were called to the scene around 8:30 last night. they called in a third alarm the roof of the building collapsed. >> the challenges going into an upholstery shop is a very large building and they have a lot of obstacles that they went into the building and a lot of combustibles. the fire rapidly expanded and they had to pull back. >> neighbors had to be evacuated and no one was hurt.
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the fire started in the attic of the upholstery shop. some businesses were not damaged do not have power this morning. the owners next to us they are spending their morning moving all of their food to a neighboring business where they can keep their items refrigerated. there are couple of road closures. you can see that they do have fire trucks blocking the road. one block over there is a road closure in place while firefighters remain at the scene making sure they have this fire out. oakland police will continue their crackdown. they are working with oakland to try to stop those sideshow activities. authorities say can lead to serious injury or death. they will arrest drivers, issue citations and tow vehicles. >> if we cite you, if we tow your vehicle and you are not
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able to pay the heavy storage fee which range from several hundred dollars to thousand if not more dollars your car will end up crushed and on the back of a flatbed truck like you see behind me. >> police say spectators can be cited depending on their actions during the sideshow. a umpire has worked and now facing child thermography charges. morgan hill police arresting this man he was part of an social media group that central received images of child pornography. he was a long time umpire in santa cruz and worked as a youth mental health facility in san francisco. the edgewood center for children and families as a nighttime supervisor. they say it is cooperating with the police and their investigation. san francisco district attorney may run for office in
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southern california. he is confirming he is considering entering the race for district attorney of los angeles. announced he would not seek a third term in san francisco in order to return to l.a. to care for his elderly mother. in a statement he says running for the job is a big decision that he will make and in consultation with his family. president trump says he hopes iranian leaders will talk rather than having an escalation of conflict. he called off plans for military strike and as our reporter tells us that leaves the white house and congress trying to figure out what is next. stroke fox news has learned from two senior officials they are maintaining the military option all the time including through the weekend. the president says he called off the strike after learning 150 iranians would have died.>> they shot down an unmanned drone plane whatever you want
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to call it and here we are sitting with 150 dead people and i didn't like it. i didn't think it was proportionate. transitions officials say the bombers had not taken off before the president canceled. there were air force and navy fighter jets flying and ready to strike in addition to warships. >> i think this retaliation strike is on the shelf and i don't believe it will happen given the decision he made and why he made that decision. >> that almost happened. ron now says it could've also shut down a reconnaissance plane with 35 people on board. >> if these continue there needs to be a military response and that doesn't mean invading iran. >> reporter: speaker pelosi stressed de-escalation.
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the increased attention comes at a key time for the pentagon asking the defense secretary stepped down friday he will be replaced by army secretary on monday. in washington, ray bogan, fox news. a columnist is accusing president trump of sexual assault. she said in 1995 he returned the dressing room at a department store in new york. she wrote that advice column for more than two decades and as she told two friends and never ordered it to the police out of fear. the president has denied the allegations and says i have never met this person in my life. she is trying to sell a new book and that should indicate her motivation.
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the president's claim about never meeting her appears to be untrue. a photo accompanying that actually shows him and his first wife speaking with her. 21 women have now publicly accused him of sexual assault or misconduct. he has denied all of the allegations. missouri's only abortion clinic will continue to perform them even after they declined to renew the license. the health department says the sales to address certain issues before the license expired at the end of may. the court will decide whether they will have to stop altogether. it is not clear when a judge will make that decision.>> they remain open today is a victory for women to be able to access the kind of medical care that they and their health professionals need and deserve. >> in me the governor signed a
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bill making abortion illegal after eight weeks. under the law they could be charged with a felony. be back after months of discussions remove the controversial bill. the bill originally was marking the route between the states 21 spanish missions. you can see the santa cruz bill is a reproduction that was donated back in the 1995 women's club. they demanded the school remove it saying it predication. >> it was a constant reminder of the brutality and all of the terror that people went through and it was just there. they have not decided what to do with the bill.  options include melting it down to a local museum. the record cash, both
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started to unload them at docks in san francisco. this is expected to be one of the best salmon seasons in years. your time, coming up. some of the brightest minds. the 2019 entrepreneur of the year award. an sacramento police opening up about the confrontation that claimed the life of a rookie officer. the video recorded by the bodycam of another officer. we're the slowskys.
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go saturday morning. it is going to be a warm day today. you can take a live look and see the bay bridge in the distance there. things are going to clear up just a little bit inland. it will warm up to the mid to upper 80s to mid 90s rather along the coast. we will see temperatures in the 70th and we will be hot this weekend, but we will will down and we will talk about that, coming up. >> it will be hot, 91 in sonoma. this will be an exciting day at the race lay. the spectator games open up at 9:00 the spine. fans can meet with some of the drivers. racing fans in the bay area throughout the west coast say
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sonoma is an important pitstop. >> i watch them come through and i am ready to watch these go through the carousel.>> here they come it is a 90 lap race on a road course. the green flag drops at noon on sunday. some entrepreneurs are being recognized for their contribution in business and technology. they celebrated last night. our reporter explains how this is still a magnet area for innovation despite many challenges.>> reporter: turning out in text he does and evening gown some of the brightest visits in san jose for the entrepreneur of the year award. 30 finalists were chosen from hundreds of nominees.>> they
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are really passionate about a bigger purpose. >> reporter: for 1 finalists-it is about making a difference in some of mexico's smallest details. >> a very small town fewer than 1500 people. we are the main employer. a combination of responsibility and it social awareness.>> reporter: some have become tech heads. silicon valley in the bay area are critical for many talents. one finalists ceo of carbon wearing a 3-d printed bowtie said he moved his startup your from north carolina. >> bringing technology and new thinking industry should have run more the same way for decades or centuries.>> reporter: another finalists
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uses an app to connect customers and care providers.>> in the bay area we have people who say i think that is a great idea even though it has never been done before and it is big and challenging i would like to join that so this environment is very special.>> reporter: they say they also recognize higher housing costs and tech inequality in the community. some say they are looking for how to use their audits they help. >> help get more efficient on homebuilding, understanding pockets of economic benefit are and not our. >> reporter: heidi says for those who want to break through in the business taking risk is part of the job.>> you are never going to regret trying because the work that can happen is that you learn a lot and it doesn't work out it is not a bad thing. drove the evening is a celebration of courage.
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people working to make a difference. it is 7:49. comedy and music festival continues today in san francisco. some of the headline performers include comedians. 63 day event is being held at the plaza auditorium. the festival kicked off yesterday and will wrap up on sunday. it is 7:49 and our first weekend of summer and it is heating up out there. i thought maybe it won't be that hot. >> no, it will be hot. >> it will be warm today. we are expecting highs in the 90s. along the coast if you want to cool down it will be in the 70s. it is looking nice today. things will clear up a little
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bit. inland we will see mostly sunny skies, along the coast and in the area will see some clouds hanging overhead. mostly sunny for the most part today. dry conditions today, warm to hot for your afternoon. 10 degrees warmer than what we saw yesterday. if you don't like the hot temperatures wait until monday because things will cool down to start off next week and temperatures will actually be well below average for this time of year by midweek. for now it is not too bad right now. 57 degrees right now in oakland. san jose is 58. things will warm-up. it will be hot. cooler 70 degrees. and will get to 80 degrees. 94 degrees is where we are expecting and hayward about 83.
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san francisco will get to 70 degrees. a little bit above average for this time of year. you will have temperatures above 84. a red flag warning is in effect right now until 6:00 this evening. this is because of those dry conditions we see some northwind and gusty northwind in the higher elevation and also hot temperatures. that means critical fire weather. for our areas the cities that i noticed were middletown and it is something to be aware of today. there is a little bit of a cooldown. if you don't like these temperatures just wait until next week. inland today and tomorrow we are expecting temperatures to stay consistent in the 90s.
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temperatures in the 80s and along the coast you can see wednesday give it a little bit of time. wait until the middle of the week. it is cyndi lauper birthday today and it also my moms birthday. she is 60. >> she is young. >> she doesn't look a day over 30. 29. we want to keep talking about this. >> we want cake. >> his name is scamp the .
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frankie has been suspended for 80 games after testing positive for a and substance. he was in the midst of a breakout season having a big year.  is up in the postseason. they will miss him big time.
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this will work here, third inning. he also says see you later. that is the so low. better news on the giants and say hello to the new guy alex dickerson debut. that is a grand slam. we have three kids and six rbi. welcome to the biggs in a big way. he will finish the game with an rbi single. the final 11-5. the games are underway. the opening ceremony took place yesterday about 800 athletes are expected to compete from 30
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counties across california. pickings come after months of training and regional competition. >> i met my wife through years ago and she is my angel. they found an unusual water in their house. the sheriff's office-they somehow got stuck in the entryway and the bear apparently dead bolted the door from the inside and became frustrated and started ripping the room apart before taking a nap in a closet so there he is. he was eventually tranquilized and relocated unharmed. couple received quite a rise in their backyard. they say the first base first spotted the foxes about a month
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ago and now there are a lot more. they recently returned and have four comes with them. in this video you can see the family roll around in the grass and hang out on the back porch. they are on vacation. a dog in southern california has been named the world of installed at the fair. that is scamp and he beat out 18 other dogs to win that top prize. prizes include a trophy, $1500 and another $1500 to donate to an animal shelter. he was rescued he was a stray in 2014. organizers say the annual event celebrates imperfections that make all dogs special and unique. coming up, new area code is coming. when we return how everyone
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okay, welcome to mornings on 2 on this saturday, june 22, i am claudine wong. >> friday night? >> i would love to pick i was not out partying, i was not onto me dates. >> good saturday morning, welcome everybody, we've got your forecast coming up, before we go there, let's talk about some of the news of the week. family of sacrament a police officer sullivan mourn her passing, but he can be video was released by the police department of that fatal shooting. the body can video from this is what they released, the person wearing this camera was not hurt. but, this video very very difficult to watch, especially because we know what happened during this call. we will have more on this investigation and we'll talk about the suspect who is now in
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custody. a three alarm fire, also talking about that, it is very busy in san leandro, this happened last night. >> started around 8:30 pm. at house a number of businesses, including the poultry store and a popular restaurant, a report from melissa coming up on the cleanup on those affected by that lays. summer is officially here, first full day of summer today, that means the ocean and some of the local lakes will be a popular spot. lake meskill is open again after it was opened in the area. ktvu child 2 investigates looks into the health scare and we will talk about the conditions now. >> first, let's get you out the door, you like it hot and it's going to be hot today. >> oh yeah, i like it hot, hot hot hot?>> we know, you like it. it is summer picnic it is very appropriate for it to be hot, hot, hot right now. yesterday was the first official day of summer. this weekend, alive look out at us oh, you can see it is
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already clearing up in san francisco, we are expecting some clouds along the coast, and possibly higher clouds in san francisco, for the most part, shaping up to be a nice day today, hot inland, hot and dry, temperatures in the 90s, along the coast and around the bay, mostly sunny day, temperatures in the 70s to 80s, it is going to be a warm one today, definitely. already warming up just a bit, right down concord, 64 degrees to get your saturday morning started. 55 degrees in fremont, san jose is about 60 degrees, mountain view 64 degrees. sfo clocking in at 61 degrees, oakland 59 degrees. the temperatures will pick up quite a bit throughout the day today. wins, not too bad, calm wind really across the region. our biggest concern though is the north bay higher hills, east bay hills, definitely some windier conditions, northwind that we are aware of right now, there is a red flag warning in effect, those dry conditions, the breezy northwind and the low humidity, really equals critical fire weather
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condition, something to be aware of today. highs today, 92 degrees is where we will end up in santa rosa todnoayally is about 83 degrees. it'll be warm all around san francisco about 72 degrees, oakland will be 80 degrees, livermore will be 90 degrees. so, you can compare the two numbers on each side, you can see that we are above average for each area for this time of year, but it really won't be too bad, because this heat only last this weekend, then we will really cool off next week, guys? >> thank you. sacramento police have released video that took the life of a young police officer. this is the video from the body camera of another officer who was at the scene.>> police department, if you are in here, let me know. you are not in trouble, dude. >> very difficult to watch, the officer in the video was not hurt, but we do know the other officer, 26-year-old tara
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o'sullivan was killed there now, this incident happened on wednesday, while police were on a domestic violence call in north sacramento, officers were helping a woman were to her belongings at that home, that is one police said the gunman opened fire in an ambush, after officers came to the door. for nearly 45 minutes, police exchanged shots with the gunman and they say the gunbattle kept them from rescuing officer sullivan, the police chief says the officers could not use their squad cars as shields to reach her, because the gunman's high-powered rifle rounds would've gone through their cars.>> officer down, officer down. >> officer o'sullivan was raised here in the bay area, she graduated from college park high school in pleasant hill in 2011. funeral arrangements are still being formalized for the officer, meantime her body has been transported from the sacramento county coroner's office to a mortuary. vicki gonzalez shows us the
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emotional procession for a fallen officer. a destination that never gets easier. in one highway 99 overpass to the next. strangers, showing up for the ultimate sacrifice. >> she was way too young.>> the casket of sacramento police officer, tara o'sullivan, heading to an elk grove funeral home. leaving the city, she gave her life to protect. >> the community, it's just awful. >> the 26-year-old rookie officer graduating from sacramento state last may. the police academy then in december. on training duty, responding to a domestic disturbance, o'sullivan helping a woman together belongings from home, when she was shot and killed.>> such a young life, giving so much good, cared about her
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community, to have her tragically lost this way, it is heartbreaking. >> a calling to serve others, but senselessly short. >> even though we didn't know her, we let them know that we respect what she did, and that her loss is a heartbreak. >> and end of watch, but an everlasting legacy, to protect and serve. >> that was vicki gonzalez reporting, a vigil for the officer will be held at her alma mater tomorrow at 8 pm, she graduated from the school's law enforcement candidate scholars program. at soccer mental state. sacramento county district attorney has filed murder charges against the suspected gunman, ronald, the 45-year-old is expected to make his first court appearance, that'l happen on monday. the da has also filed murder charges along with special circumstances, which could
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bring potentially, the death penalty. please and richmond are investing a drive-by shooting that injured four people, it was reported about 6:30 pm last night on 14th street near pennsylvania avenue. that is near the kaiser permanente richmond medical center. they say someone opened fire at a car, from a car at people on the street. all four victims suffered non- life-threatening injuries. it is not known how many people were actually in the vehicle. so far, police have not divided a description. a 12-year-old boy dead after a stolen car he was in crashed and hit a tree. it happened early yesterday morning in santa cruz county. chp says a 15-year-old boy was driving a stolen previous on san jose road near laurel run road, when he veered down an embankment. the 12-year-old was in the passenger seat and died at the scene. the teenage driver is expected to be okay. the cause of the crash is under investigation, but police say the driver may have been distracted. firefighters still at the scene in san leandro that tore through several businesses last night, happened on george away and east 14th street, elissa harrington is at the scene with
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the very latest, she joins us live there now, good morning.>> reporter: good morning, talk about a tough fire to put out. it had been almost 12 hours since it started and firefighters are still dumping water on the building. the big sue they have right now is getting power restored to the neighborhood. you can see there is a powerful that is directly next to the building and we are told that wall is at risk of collapse.>> the fire still smoldering in areas of the building, unfortunately we cannot get into the building, then structural integrity of the building, we are working to get a demolition crew out to start pulling the building apart, so our investigators can safely get into the building, into an area they can work on.>> firefighters were first called to the scene around 8:30 pm last night, they quickly called in a third alarm. the roof of the building collapsed, but we know is that this started in the back of the upholstery shop on the corner of george and east 14th called
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not upholstery. it engulfed the clothing store under the roof, next door. flames then reached the jamaican restaurant called sweet fingers and gutted the top floor there, that is where the family who owns the business lives. i spoke with one of the head chef, she told me the family- run business has been in the neighborhood 12 years, the place was packed last night, and they all had to escape. >> it's a disaster, because i eat my bread, eat my food, i don't know. i don't have a job. and i don't know when. >> firefighters say red cross is working with those family memberto try and find them up place to stay and any other items they need at the time, they say seven people total had been displaced including a young child, again they are still on scene, checking for any hotspots, they said there is smoldering happening inside of the a poultry shop, in san
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leandro, elissa harrington, ktvu, fox 2 news. 8:10 am, fourth of july less than two weeks away, authorities said beck's disease more illegal fireworks, like the stash uncovered by redwood city police. they released these photos of the bus that happened on thursday on hoover street near highway 101. officers were following up on an unrelated case, when they discovered more than 1000 pounds of illegal fireworks, police took one man into custody on a felony charge of fireworks possessions, two other people were cited and released for misdemeanor sale of fireworks. today marks the start of some changes in the area code in contra costa county and alameda. starting today, you will need to dial 1, then the area code, then the phone number. this is all because california public utility commission is getting ready to add a 341 area overlay, starting july 22. either 510 or 41 area code will be signed to new numbers here in the bay area. there are new plans to
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revive a dormant but beloved theater in lafayette. >> now neighbors are coming up with creating proposals to get movies screening again at the park theater, coming up. and sewage spills, algae and toxic water had plagued a popular east bay waterway, but we are now told licht meskill is safe for swimmers, the very latest when we come back. i, i think i'm as ready as i can be.
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a good saturday morning, summer madness, kool and the gang requested on twitter, since it's going to be hello hot today, she wanted to request a song, you are right about that, it is going to be a hot one inland, nice along the coast, but still temperatures in the 70s, around the temperatures in the 80s, inland in the 90s, it is a warm one to get the second day of summer going, temperatures will cool down to start off your work week, we'll talk about that and my extended forecast, coming up. ri, thanks sara. a lake in we reopened for the first day of summer picnic 2 investigates brooke tells us lake temescal was closed because of a sewage spill, it was a latest problem not frustrated locals and forced a series of closures.
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>> summer splashing is just starting. and at lake temescal -- >> we are super excited. >> because it's open hotspot is open for swimming, a place bill has been coming for decades. >> this is the best public swimming place in the area, in my book. it's beautiful. >> in recent years, it's been close, troubles caused by algae, stormwater runoff and sewage spills. in april, vandalism caused a broken pipe to spill more than 22,000 gallons, state records show it flowed for five days from thorndale drive down to the lake. >> should people be worried about going into the water? >> absolutely not, we have a rigorous testing program. we take our public safety and public health very seriously. >> east bay regional park district said it close the lake immediately and the city of
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oakland posted these sign, warning of the sewage spill, it's an ongoing problem that has plagued lake because of the city's aging infrastructure. >> you actually know how many thousands of gallons of sewage has entered the lake? >> we do not, we do not, that is estimated by the city of oakland. is there estimates. >> last year, 2 investigates found oakland allowed 250,000 gallons of sewage to overflow onto streets and into waterways. epa even find the city, a quarter of $1 million for letting the toxic water flow into the bay. still, it hasn't stopped some from venturing into lake temescal. >> some algae in here, but i am up in my knees. >> they love being in the water, it makes it really useful for me, just to be able to pack up the car and drive down here, have a place that feels safe, where they can come and swim and have fun. >> earlier this month, high levels of e. coli again forced the lake to close for four days. the reason for the high levels is not known.>> i shower
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thoroughly afterwards. i have had a rash or two. >> still, the district test the water twice a week and says it is now safe. >> we have done a lot, this is a beautiful lake, this is a gem. i don't want to do a disservice by telling the people in the city of oakland patient from here, because they absolutely should. >> lifeguards here, so here we go. >> making regulars like mister ahearn refreshed. >> oh, okay. not bad. >> and, in his mind, worth the risk. >> okay, it's an okay day. it's an okay day in the water. >> in oakland, brooks arose, ktvu, fox 2 news. i think he is loving it, maybe a little pick >> i think so. >> a good day to jump in the lake. >> especially when the temperature goes up, which sara tells us it is going to pick >> yes, it will get a little
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bit warm today and tomorrow as well, shaping up to be a pretty hot weekend all around, but temperatures will drop down pretty significantly next week, before we get into that, but only take a live look, i think this is supposed to be the golden gate bridge, i think. there is a lot of fog out there right now, it is going to be like this of course in some areas of san francisco, and along the coast, but inland, mostly sunny, dry conditions really all around. warm to hot today is what we are expecting, about 5 to 10 degrees warmer today than the highs that we saw yesterday. so, your extended forecast, hot but then we will cool down quite a bit. and you will see that in our extended forecast, but first, temperatures outside right now, already warming up just a little bit, 64 degrees right now in concord, and in mountain view, 60 degrees to get your saturday morning started in san jose, 61 degrees in oakland, lubbock creek at 62 degrees, san francisco, 61 degrees. like i said, it's going to warm up a bit, enjoy these cooler
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temperatures this morning while you can. let's compare the temperatures from yesterday to what we are expecting to see today. santa rosa got 81 degrees yesterday. today, you are going to be feeling that heat, 92 degrees is where we are exacting to land in santa rosa. concord, you will be feeling that heat, 85 degrees is where we end up yesterday, today expecting a high of 93 degrees. san francisco will be a nice day, 72 degrees is a high expected there, warmer than what we saw yesterday at 67 degrees. really, the same story in san jose, going up about 11 degrees warmer. we do have this red flag warning in effect right now until 6 o'clock tonight. now, really like solano, parts of the sacramento valley, critical fire weather. so, what does that mean? dry conditions, breezy northwind and low humidity, so definitely something to be aware of. a couple of the cities i saw in middletown, clearlake, vacaville, davis, those are some of the cities that will be affected, like i said, these are the counties that are affected, so just be aware of that today.
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another look at your forecast highs for today, and expanded look now, getting to about 80 degrees if you have plans on winetasting today, it'll be a warm one, pack sunscreen, 72 degrees like i said in san francisco, 85 is where we are exacting to land in san rafael. 93 in concord, 92 in fairfield. it is going to be hot, especially inland. 90 in livermore and pleasanton, 84 degrees in fremont, morgan hill 89 degrees. redwood city, 85 degrees. santa cruz, it'll be 75 degrees if you want to go to the boardwalk today. might be a good day to do it. take a look at our forecast here, extended forecast, it is going to be a hot weekend, inland temperatures will be pretty consistent today and tomorrow, we will see highs in the 90s, around the bay, highs in the 80s and along the coast, highs in the 70s. on we start off the workweek, temperatures will drop down just a bit. by midweek, we are expected to see temperatures that are between five, 10, 15 degrees below average for this time of year. so, if you don't like the heat, wait a few days and we will cool down just a bit work >> there you go. >> see, i think low 80s, which
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is cool for you is like perfect. >> just pick. >> look at her face, she is like what are you talking about? >> you are born in the desert. >> i think in sonoma, they would love it if it was low 80s. >> that is not stopping anyone from making it a very busy weekend at sonoma raceway. event happening today, march the raceway, the 50th anniversary, we will take you to sonoma, coming up. reports out of washington indicate there is going to be a new nationwide immigration sleep that starts tomorrow, when we return, we will hear from an undocumented immigrant, a mother of four, living and working in the bay area.
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immigration and customs enforcement agents planning to raid undocumented immigrants, and it starts tomorrow. >> that rate is expected to target 2000 people with deportation orders in 10 metropolitan areas, including the bay area. amber lee shows us how local immigrant families are worried about what may happen to them.>> reporter: latino culture is probably displayed in oakland fruitvale neighborhood, that pride is now clouded in apprehension over news that immigration and customs enforcement, ice is set to deport undocumented families pick >> elena is an undocumented immigrant from mexico, she spoke with me with the help of her daughter, who translated. both did not want to show their faces.
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>> sad, depressed, scared, and most of the times you don't know to think anymore pick >> the mother of four worked as a janitor, three of her children were born in the united states, so they are citizens, she fears she will be separated from them. >> she is going to stay at home, she is not going to try to go out, in case of being afraid, of being deported. >> you are fearing for your safety, your family's safety, on one, you know your life here can suddenly change. >> anna tells me she was undocumented until about three years ago, when she was granted a u visa because she was the victim of a crime, but she has family members who are undocumented. >> i want to assure the members of my community to not panic. >> open their libby schaaf is advising undocumented immigrants to know their rights, acting director says the upcoming operation is expected to target about 2000 people in 10 regions, who have already received deportation orders.
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>> no one is instilling fear in anyone, this is about the rule of law, and maintaining integrity of the system. >> mayor soph says oakland police will not be aiding with ice operations. >> a police department is very aware of the policies that prohibit them from supporting in any way, systemic immigration attorneys with advocacy groups said they are on standby with hotlines for people to call and plan to respond as needed. >> everyone has due process rights, we are here to protect those rights pick >> most people are here to work hard and contribute to you know, the economy, and to create a better life for their family. >> amber lee, ktvu , fox 2 news. stay with ktvu morning sun to come up at 8:45 am, we will talk to oakland city councilman and immigrant councilman about the immigration sweep and the fear he has seen among undocumented immigrants. time out 8:27 am, oakland police keeping a close eye on
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city streets over the weekend.>> how officers are trying to prevent more side slows from dropping blocking traffic and dangerous situations.
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we skip today. i am frank mallicoat, good to have you with us pick >> i am claudine wong, sara is here with a look at your weather, i feel like we saw that bridge earlier and this is when it kind of just nixon a little bit. fool you into thinking it's going to stay. >> exactly, our marine layer is going to be impressing today into tomorrow. you can see up above the bridge, it is blue skies, it is really nice today, it's going to be a warm one. all across the region, really, really nice we can shipping up, all around. 70s to 90s, really for our areas today, sunday mostly sunny along the coast of course san francisco still dealing with some of that fog, there is someone who tweeted at me that said it is already warm in san francisco, you will see in just a minute, warmed hot really across the region to get your saturday going, thomas on twitter, i already turned on my fan, at this hour, 8:30 am san
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francisco is 61 degrees, some people may not like that, that is a little bit warm, right? take a look at that, 69 degrees at this hour. is shaping up to be a warm day today, walnut creek 62 degrees, san jose, 60 degrees, mound 264, oakland 61 degrees. we are going to warm up a bit, not dealing with too much by the way, when you really are the biggest issue, in the north bay hills, higher elevation, east bay health, something to be aware of, we do have a red flag warning now until 6 o'clock tonight. lake solano and yolo county, park of the sacramento valley, critical fire weather. so, we had a really bad combination of dry conditions of course, really hot temperatures, breezy northwind, low humidity, that means if a grass fire sparks, it could spread pretty rapidly. here is the forecast highs for today, shipping up to be a warm one, in lenticular, livermore 90 degrees where we are expected to land today, san jose will hit at about 80 degrees. pacifica, nice cool 70 degrees,
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san francisco 72 degrees, oakland, your high is about 80 degrees today, santa rosa, 92 degrees. these temperatures will really linger today into tomorrow. then to start off your work weeks, we will cool things down just a bit, guys. thanks sara, oakland police will continue crackdown on sideshows over the weekend, chp and alameda county sheriff's office along with neighboring police departments are working with oakland to stop the sideshow activities. authorities say the show can lead to serious injury or death. officers will be out to arrest drivers, issue citations, and tow vehicles. >> if we site you can if we tow your vehicle, and you are not able to pay the heavy storage fees, which range from several hundred dollars to thousands, if not more, dollars your car will end up crushed and on the back of a flat bed truck, like you see behind me. police say spectators can also be cited, depending on their action during the sideshows blocking traffic. a youth baseball umpire
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have worked with baseball throughout the area, police say 38-year-old graham was part of a nationwide social media group that sent or received images of child pornography. he was a longtime high school baseball umpire in santa cruz. he also worked at a youth mental health facility in san francisco. the edgewood center for children and families as a nighttime supervisor as well. prosecutors say the organization is cooperating with police in their investigation. president trump said he still hopes to talk with iranian leaders, for any escalation of a military conflict, president called off the plans for a military strike on iran and as ktvu reports, the white house and congress, trying to figure out what's next. >> reporter: fox news has learned from two senior trumpet ministration officials, they are maintaining the military option at all times, including through the weekend.>> the president says he called off the military strike him after learning 150 iranians would've
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died. >> they shot down an unmanned drone, plane, whatever you want to call it. and, here we are, hitting with 150 dead people, i didn't like it, i didn't think it was proportionate. >> u.s. defense officials told foxnews b-52 bombers had not taken off before the president canceled. there were air force and navy fighter jets flying and ready to strike, in addition to warships, with tomahawk cruise missiles. >> i think this retaliation strike is on the shelf, i don't believe it will happen, given the decision he made and why he made that decision. >> president said u.s. personnel had been killed, his response would be much different. that almost happened. iran now says it could've also shot down a reconnaissance plane with 35 people on board. >> if these kinds of attacks continue, there needs to be a military response, that doesn't mean and beating around. >> democrats on capitol hill are adamant about congressional
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approval for military force. speaker pelosi stressed de- escalation. >> engaged our allies. >> the increased tension with iran comes at a key time for the pentagon. acting defense secretary patrick shanahan stepped down friday, he will be replaced by army secretary, mark esper on monday. in washington, ray bogan, fox news. a well-known advice columnist is up using president trump of sexual assault. carol road in new york magazine in 1995, the president her in a dressing room at the department store in new york. carol wrote advice column in elle magazine, she said she told two friends about the assault but never reported the to police out of fear. the president has denied carol's allegations and says quote i have never met this person in my life, she is
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trying to sell a new book, that should indicate her motivation. it should be fold sold in the fiction scented section. that appears to be untrue, the article in new york magazine shows trump and his first wife, ivana, speaking with carol, 21 women have now typically accused the president of sexual assault, or misconduct. the president has denied the allegations. for my time at 8:37 am, george casco may run for office in southern california, he is confirming he is considering entering the race for district attorney of los angeles. last october, he announced he would not seek a third term in differential jusco in order to return to care for his elderly mother. he says running for the los angeles district attorney's job is a big decision that he will make in consultation. a small plane crash in hawaii that killed online people on board is under investigation this morning. that plane crashed about 6:30 pm last night near billingham airfield. honolulu's fire chief
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is that the plane had been used in a skydiving operation, the faa and ntsb are both invest getting the cause of that crash. missouri's only abortion clinic will continue to perform abortions, even after the state health department declined to renew the clinic's license. a st. louis circuit court issued a preliminary injunction yesterday, to keep that planned parenthood clinic open, the health department says the clinic failed to address certain issues, before its license expired at the end of may. the court will now decide whether the state can stop the clinic from performing abortions altogether. it is not clear when the judge will make a final decision. >> planned parenthood doors remain open. today is a victory for women to be able to access the kind of medical care that they and their health professionals need and deserve. >> in may, missouri governor signed a law making abortions after eight weeks illegal. that is often before many women, were that they are pregnant.
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under the law, a person who has had an abortion after eight weeks could be charged with a felony. after months of discussion, uc santa cruz has removed a controversial el camino real bell. the bell recently marked the route between the states 21 spanish missions, uc santa cruz is a reproduction that was donated back in the 1990s by a local women's club. native americans though demanded that the school would move, saying the bell symbolized determination and the eradication of native people. >> it's just a constant reminder of the brutality and just all the terror that our people went through. it was just there, like in my face. >> uc santa cruz has not decided what to do with the bell. options include melting it down , or perhaps donating it to a museum. the city of oakland has launched a new pilot program to give people a safe place to park their rvs overnight. the city-owned parking lot near the oakland coliseum is now being used to house rvs.
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the parking lot has security around the clock and has running water, a porta potty and counseling services. right now, only rvs that have been parked on 85th and east avenue are being invited to move in on the lot. >> we are exciting to be doing something, to really be the safety, security, and hygiene for our neighbors, who, due to this housing crisis, are forced to live in these rvs. >> city officials say if all goes well, they hope to open two more parking lot by the end of the center. expected to deliver a record catch of salmon over the weekend, fishing boats started to arise and unload salmon yesterday, the docks in san francisco, half moon bay and bodega bay, this is affected to be one of the best salmon seasons in years, because ocean conditions have been ideal this year.>> neighbors in lafayette are trying to reopen a parked theater after a decade of it sitting vacant, the group is organizing a plan to bring movies back to the art deco
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style theater. a close in 2005 with plans to reopen it as another business. repeated efforts to reuse the space or reopen it as a theater has failed. they have proposed a land swap with the developer to open up other properties in central lafayette for 16 years housing project, the lafayette city council is going to consider the idea at monday night's meeting. we come back, firefighters fill in the scene of a three alarm fire in san leandro, 12 hours later. >> we'll tell you how crews are still working to get that scene safely under control. >> upland immigration raid could have a very big impact on bay area cities. will talk with oakland city councilman about how the rate is having a chilling effect on its constituents.
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the trump administration has announced plans for a raid on approximately 2000 undocumented immigrants, and it is set to begin tomorrow. that raid is going to target 10 metropolitan areas, that includes the bay area and is causing concern for many people, including people who live in oakland fruitville neighborhood, join us to talk about the impact councilmember, thank you so much for joining us. so, what are you hearing from residence there? we know oakland wasn't specifically listed, they listed san francisco, but are
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you getting a lot of concerned people coming in and talking to you about this?>> yes, i am here in the street right now on fruitville avenue. on sunday we have a number of volunteers that come out to help us unify the streets, and the volunteers are thomas of them just got here, some of them have been here, but it's a message to those of us that a have here in oakland, and in the state, we need to get our paperwork together, it's the motivation in one way, we should not be afraid, cities like oakland, we should be able to go out, register, get ever paperwork you've got to get done to establish a residency in your citizenship, take care of our family. now, in terms of donald trump doing what he's doing, i think he is wasting his time. we are taking a look at amnesty, how do we include in our growth in this country, these are people that are working daily. they are not sitting at home waiting for a paycheck from the government or waiting for free
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housing, these are people that are actually working, their kids are going to school, there is no concern about absenteeism, they are in school, they want to do better. so, it's an economic game for us, because they will you know, they are the task force, they do generally move the economy forward. we will be working along this line, as opposed to creating another fear tactic to scare people, so i am asking my residence, don't be afraid, come out, but most of all, get your paperwork done so you can have citizenship in this country, and we are not going back anywhere else, but staying in this country, because this is the city and the country i love. >> president trump did tweet this morning, i want to put the tree up and i will read it to you so you know what he said. he said, you know when people come into our country illegally, they will be deported. he writes that in all capital letters. he goes on to say to people that ice apprehend have already been ordered to be deported,
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this means that they have run from the law and run from the courts, these are people that were supposed to go back to their home country. they broke the law by coming into the country and now by staying. so, when you're talking about getting the paperwork ready, talking about how you are advising them to kind of get through this weekend, are you getting people who are saying yes, i fall into this category, that is why i am more concerned? >> but make it very clear, there are many fear tactics to scare us, to stay indoors, and not be productive. the truth of the matter said oakland is a sanctuary city, as well as the state of california. so, we are here to work with residence, with newcomers, and we have to recognize many of us have been here long before all the immigrants from germany and so forth came here. so, i am not into the fear tactic, i am into how do i create a setting where we can
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work with those that are already here, that have children at the high school age, college age, and make that work mark and i better remain, donald trump, it was a republican president that created an amnesty program to be able to grow the economy, not only employee, but establish relationships nationwide. from ronald reagan, so you know, what the mayor says is one thing, but that is what my neighbors are, and i enjoy them, i want them here. there is no need for immigration to be here in oakland. >> if they come, he said he has reiterated the sanctuary city policy the oakland police department will not be helping. and, this will not be done with the aid of the city, but again if we are specifically talking about the morning, are you telling people who are saying to you, what should we do? what are you telling them to do into the night and into tomorrow as operation moves forward, specifically? >> you know what i'm saying directly, if they are concerned,
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you ought to spend your day at home, getting paperwork together. what you need to get a visa? what you need to get citizenship? and as opposed to running and hiding, left our paperwork together, we have other legal entities that will help you get there, including my office, so stay strong, you know keep making this city productive, and the city council directed the police department, no cooperation. i see the u.s. marshall director once a month. on other issues, so i am asking my residence, my neighbors, get your paperwork together, as opposed to running and hiding. >> councilman trent 21, we appreciate your time, we know you're out there with a big enough effort this morning and helping with residence improving the neighborhood, thank you so much for your time. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. time out 8:49 am, let's
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head over to sara for a check of the forecast. >> cladding, it is going to be a warm one today, inland it's going to be hot, along the coast and around the bay, it is going to be a warm day today, live look outside, you can see some clearing already. it is going to be a mostly sunny day for most of the areas that we are looking at. we did see a live shot of the golden gate bridge, not too long ago. it was completely, there it is, blanketed in fog. absolutely covered in fog, you cannot make out the bridge. our marine layer will compress today, as at high pressure builds. i did get this tweet from at just me, she said it is warm and sunny in the marina district, no fog. and of course the marina district is pretty close to the golden gate bridge. so i am sure the golden gate bridge will clear out in a little bit, and we will see some nice sunny skies all across the region today. so, mostly sunny, dry conditions, really persist throughout the bay area today, this afternoon is going to be warm to hot, about 5 to 10
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degrees warmer than what we normally see, or what we saw yesterday rather, and your extended forecast, we will see a cooldown. so, right now though, it is warming up a bit, 65 degrees to get your saturday morning started, and walnut creek 63 degrees right now in san francisco, 62 degrees in napa, 60 degrees in fremont and san jose, 67 degrees in oakland right now. i also got a tweet from someone in san francisco that that authority warming up and they already have their fan on, even those only 62 degrees, going to be a warm one today. 72 degrees is where san francisco will end up today, check out the normal temperatures for this time of year, then take a look at all of these highs that we are expecting for this time of year. so, of course we are above average right now, but things will cool off next week, so if you are not a big fan of the heat, just give it a couple of days, that will all change. the forecast highs for today, vallejo will get to 84 degrees, where we are expecting, oakland will warm up to 80 degrees, hayward 83 degrees, brentwood mid-90s, 94 degrees is where we are affecting the land today, pacifica, going to be nice, 70 degrees. we are expecting some clouds
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along the coast, really not too bad. 90 degrees is where we will expect to land in pleasanton and livermore. san jose, 80 degrees and gilroy as well. non-view, 85 degrees. santa cruz, 75 degrees, going to be and i stay in santa cruz today. this weekend, really consistent temperatures will be seeing highs inland, in the 90s, around the bay in the 80s, and along the coast in the 70s. then things really cool off by midweek, take a look at these temperatures, how much it changes. so, this weekend we are seeing temperatures, highs in the 90s inland by wednesday, temperatures will drop down to the 70s. so, what the difference, and of course below average by the middle of the weekend above average for this weekend, so hopefully the beginning of the week will be pretty normal for this time of year. but, it is going to be a hot one, it is summer after all. definitely prepare for that, grab your water, grab your sunscreen as you are heading out the door today. it is going to be hot, claudine. >> great advice, great advice especially if you are in sonoma, qualifying begins at
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noon for the 350, is going to be an exciting day, at sonoma raceway, 9 am, fans meet, including drivers bush and bella wallace, a 50 lap race in the circuit at 1:45 pm this afternoon. in the bay area entered the west coast, it's a important pitstop for the nascar season. >> i watched indy, i watched others for car races, i am ready to watch this, watch these guys go to the carousel.>> the 350 is a 90 lap race on the ropes course, the green flag drops at noon tomorrow. diabetes affects millions of americans, we will tell you how two young bay area women are doing what they can to help those with diabetes locally and in ethiopia. the giants had a great game on the road against the d backs, highlights of that game as they get ready for tonight's game.>> grand slam, alex dickerson, 6-0 giants. a little bird told me you
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has been suspended for 80 days after testing positive for a banned substance, he was in the midst of a breakout year too, 9- 2, out for the postseason too?, the a's are really going to miss him big-time on the mount. last night, the rays at the coliseum, this will work here, matt holsen will go bombs away, that is a solo home run, cut the lead in half, they were done 2-1, now down to 3-2, they will close it out, atoms will go yard off wing, that is the ballgame. raise over the a's 5-3. better news on the giants front, say hello to the new guy, alex dickerson, big-league debut, just called up, what does he do? he hits a grand slam, he had three hits, including a triple, six rbis in the game, they loved him, good news kevin will finish the game with an rbi single, he knocked inform rodents knocked in four runs.
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summer games for the special olympics in northern california are underway at uc davis, the sermon took place yesterday, about 800 athletes are accepted to compete from 30 counties across california, the games come after months of training and regional competition, one athlete has been competing in these games for 38 years. >> i met my wife through bocce ball years ago, she is my angel. >> sports include bocce ball, swimming, tennis, track and field, the northern alpha games and tomorrow, admission is free for all the events. >> homeowners in montana found very unusual squatter inside their house. the missoula county sheriff's office said a young black bear decided to enter the home, somehow got stuck in the entryway. the bear then dead bolted the door from the inside, and became a little frustrated, started ripping the room apart, before he decided you know, maybe i'll just take a nap in the closet. the bear was eventually tranquilized and relocated unharmed. a couple of vallejo
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received a surprise in their backyard, take a look, andrew and blanco first spotted two foxes in the art about a month ago, but recently when the foxes returned, they had four little cubs in tow, you can see the video, the family of foxes rolling around on the grass, hanging out on their back porch. we think he is a cutie, but a dog in southern california has just been named the world's ugliest dog at the fair in petaluma, check out scamp, hello scamp, 18 other dogs, and that included a trophy, $1500 for the owner, and another $1500 to donate to an animal shelter. here is the story of scamp, he was rescued as a stray in compton in 2014, living the good life now though. organizers say the annual event celebrates the imperfections that make all dogs special and unique. >> it's all about personality. >> that tips happy based. that his happy face.
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>> either that or he's hungry. plant immigration raid could have a very big impact on some bay area cities. >> we'll tell you what the trump administration says it is only a continuation of existing policies. firefighters on the scene of the three alarm fire in san leandro, some 12+ hours later, how the crews are still working to get that scene safely under control. we're the slowskys. we like drip coffee, layovers- -and waiting on hold. what we don't like is relying on fancy technology for help.
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firefighters still working to extinguish a fire in san leandro, more than a dozen hours later, how business owners are trying to recover. and immigration raid targeting undocumented immigrants in the bay area and around the country, we will tell you how immigration advocate are trying to convince the trump administration to reverse course. taking a tougher stance on sideshows, how pd is now stepping up patrols on steeds streets over the weekend. >> from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> in omak ♪ will be left in the dust, unless i stand by you ♪ >> good morning to you, taking a look, a beautiful look over the san francisco bay with the transamerica building just hanging out with us this morning, it looks like things have cleared, talking about this marine layer. >> there it is.
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>> not the bridge, but don't you worry on this first full weekend of summer, we got sunshine coming your way, welcome to mornings on 2 , it is sara's mom's birthday , and the sun always comes out on her birthday. >> happy birthday. >> yes, so excited, a big party with the family this afternoon. >> she shares a birthday with cyndi lauper, who is 66. >> i didn't know that. >> there you go. >> the power of google. all right, why don't we start talking about weather? it is going to be a warm to hot day across the bay area today, taking the live look around right now, things are clearing up a bit in san francisco, we know that the golden great gate bridge, of course it is compressing as the ridge of high pressure does build, we are going to see quite the warm- up. so, inland, hot and dry. temperatures in the 90s, but around the bay and along the coast, mostly sunny day, 70s to
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80s are the temperatures we are exacting today. already warming up a bit right now, in concord, 69 degrees. 60 degrees right now in fremont, 67 in mountain view, 64 in san francisco, and in san jose. and says it is 81 degrees in fairfield right now, i will ask to take another look at that, seems pretty hot for 9 am, but it is going to warm up quite a bit, here is the 24 hour temperature change, basically comparing the temperatures right now to this time yesterday, so you can already see we are warmer right now than we were this time yesterday, four degrees warmer right now in concord, hayward, entrance of the airport, novato, we are exacting to be about 5 to 10 degrees hotter today with our highs than we were yesterday. so, definitely warm up this weekend, you can take a look at the warmer forecast right now. 81 degrees is the high we saw in santa rosa yesterday. 92 degrees is where we are expecting to land today, concord is about 85 degrees yesterday, 93 is where we are expecting to land for our high
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in concord, san francisco will warm up a bit to about 72 degrees as a high, and san jose, we will see about 11 degree difference, it'll be 80 degrees as the high in san jose, so definitely a warmer weekend, but things will cool down just a bit as we get started with our work week, i will explain that in my extended forecast coming up. thinks sara. sacrament police have released a video that took the life of a young police officer, the video is from the body camera of another officer who was at the scene. >> adele, police department. if you are in here, let me know, you are not in trouble dude. >> the officer in this video was not hurt, but another officer, 26-year-old tara o'sullivan was killed, the incident happened on wednesday
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while police were on a domestic violence call in north sacramento. officers were helping a woman retrieve her belongings at the home. that is when police say the gunman opened fire and an amber shop went off, nearly 45 minutes, please exchange shots with the gunman, and the battle kept them from rescuing officer sullivan. the officers could not use their squad cars as shields to reach her, because the gunman's high-powered rifle rounds would've gone through those cars.>> officer down, officer down, high-powered rifle.>> officer o'sullivan was raised here in the bay area, graduated from college park high school in pleasant hill in 2011. firefighters in san leandro still at the scene of a fire that tore through several businesses late last night, it happened on georgia way and east 14th street, elissa harrington just spoke with some employees at one of the business owners, and joins us now is more, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, very devastating for the business owners and employees, these businesses that were badly damaged and destroyed, what you are looking at is the
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upholsterer stop on the corner, that is where the fire started. building destroyed next to it, clothing shop also destroyed. the old building is still standing, but badly damaged. that is a sweet fingers, a jamaican restaurant. i spoke with the owners this morning, they told me there was a dj and a birthday party last night. they had to get the entire place to escape.>> i was sharing the food, i was with the customer and then i heard somebody say fire. then i rush out. when i rush out, i see the fire from the corner. and i said, i rush in and everybody was just running and in panic. i hear the fire truck, and everything, they put out the fire and stuff like that. but i watched the fire until 3 o'clock, i watched everything. >> sweet fingers is a family run business, and the owners tell me they don't know what they are going to do, they lived on the top floor of the building, which is now gutted. again three businesses impacted by last night's fire, there is
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a poultry, a clothing store as well, firefighters were called around 8:30 pm last night and called in a third alarm, the roof of the building collapsed.>> the challenges going into a furnishing shop or poultry shop, it's a large building, complex in nature, in the building, so they had a lot of obstacles that they went into building and it's a lot of combustibles in the building, the heavy fire load, so the fire rapidly expanded on them, and they had to pull back. >> neighbors had to be evacuated, nobody was hurt, investigators say that the fire started in the back of the upholstery shop, flames spread to the attic, that is where they got into trouble, because the roof covers both the upholsterer shop and the clothing shop, that is why those two went up so quickly and they travel to the restaurant next door, what's happening this morning, power is still out in this neighborhood, pg&e on scene,
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but the issue they have, the powerful is directly next to the building, and that wall is at risk of collapse. some of these businesses don't have power, we saw the owners of the dark area on the corner bring their food to a neighboring business to use the refrigerators of the food would not spoil, live in san leandro, elissa harrington, ktvu, fox 2 news. police in richmond and thus getting a drive-by shooting that injured four people. it was reported about 6:30 pm last night, on 14th street near pennsylvania avenue. near the kaiser permanente richmond medical center. police say someone in a car opened fire at people on the street, all four victims suffering non-life-threatening injuries. it is unknown how when people were in the vehicle, so far police have not provided a description of the car. a 12-year-old boy is dead after the stolen car he was in crashed and hit a tree, it happened early yesterday morning. in santa cruz county, chp says a 15-year-old boy was driving a stolen previous on san jose road near laurel glen road when he cleared down an embankment, he
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died at the scene, the teenage driver is expected to be okay. the cause of the crash, under investigation. police say the driver may have been distracted. immigrations and customs enforcement agents are planning a raid on undocumented immigrants starting tomorrow. that rate is expected to target 2000 people with deportation orders in 10 metropolitan areas, that includes the bay area. ktvu amberley shows us how local immigrant families are worried about what may happen to them.>> reporter: latino culture is probably displayed in oakland frugal neighborhood, that pride is now clouded in apprehension over news that immigration and customs enforcement, ice is set to conduct sweeps and import undocumented families. >> elena is an undocumented immigrant from mexico, she spoke with me with the help of her daughter, who translated. both did not want to show their faces. >> sad, depressed, scared. and, most of the time doesn't
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even know to think anymore. >> the mother of four works at as a janitor, three of the four children born in the united states, so they are citizens. she fears she will be separated from them. >> she is going to stay at home, she is not going to try to go out, in the case of being afraid, of being deported. >> you are fearing for you know, your safety, your family's safety, on when you know, your life here can suddenly change. >> anna tells me she was undocumented until about three years ago, when she was granted a u visa, because she was the victim of a crime, but she has family members who are undocumented. >> i want to assure the members of my community to not panic. >> oakland mayor libby is advising undocumented immigrants to know their rights. ice acting director says the upcoming operation is expected to target about 2000 people in 10 regions, who have already
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received deportation orders. >> no one is instilling fear in anyone, this is about the rule of law, and maintaining the tate integrity of the system. >> oakland police will not be aiding with ice operations. >> a police department is very aware of our policies that prohibit them from supporting in any way, immigration attorneys with advocacy groups say they are on standby with hotlines for people to call. and plan to respond as needed. >> everyone has due process right, we are here to protect those rights. >> most people are here to work hard and contribute to, you know the economy and, to create a better life for their family. >> amber lee, ktvu, fox 2 news. oakland police are keeping a close eye on the city streets this weekend, we will show you how they are trying to prevent more sideshows from affecting traffic. diabetes affects millions of americans, next, how two young bay area women are doing what they can to help those with diabetes locally and in ethiopia. alright boys, time for bed.
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over 30 million americans have diabetes check over 1 million of those are children. two young women are doing their best to beat the disease from the u.s. all the way to africa.>> we are going to ethiopia right now, and we are going to bring you along with us, so let's go.>> let's go all right, 15-year-old marina of saratoga and ruth, marina has
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lived with type i diabetes the last five years, her father was born in the african nation, and this young lady has set up a nonprofit to raise money and supplies for children in ethiopia, who also live with diabetes. this is 14-year-old jamie of san anselmo thomas she is 14, she has type i diabetes as well, and is about to join a delegation of youth advocates in a trip to washington, to lobby congress on the importance of diabetes research, two remarkable young ladies, they join me now, good morning. >> morning. >> what do you guys do in your spare time? >> i do vaulting, which is like genetics on horses. and i do hockey. >> i was kind of kidding, you guys are busy with all this, are you? >> tell us, too young teens, what is it like to live with type i diabetes, jamie, why don't you start? >> it is very very annoying, i have to check my blood sugar,
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and i have to count every carb that i eat, and also, a few weeks ago, i had to go to the emergency room because of an accidental insulin overdose, so that was so scary for me and for my family. so, hopefully we can cure type i diabetes soon, so that we never have to deal with that again. >> it is very prevalent in your life, what is the day like for you? >> it's definitely become more of a routine since i have had it for so many years. but, there is definitely many more decisions i have to make every day from the time i wake up to when i go to sleep, i'm thinking about carbs in every food and how to make sure my blood sugar stays in a good range. >> you recently took a trip back to ethiopia, your father was born there, lived there for about 15 years before moving here. what was that like? was your intention to go back and help young kids that have type i diabetes there? >> we originally went, because my dad's uncle still live there. when we went, we also brought supplies to a hospital. having seen that, we realized
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how much help they really need, and how much we can try to provide for them. which is where idea for the nonprofit started. >> we are looking at pictures here, did you relate well? the kid must've just loved having you there, right? >> yeah, they were all very friendly, it was great to see them. a lot of them spoke english as well. >> is it a big problem, a big issue, diabetes? >> i definitely think it is very prevalent and really affects all the families. and the friends of these people. >> with diabetes? >> yes. >> i know you have the cafe exchange, which is a nonprofit, we will get to that in a moment, back to you, jamie. you are leaving in a couple of weeks, going to washington, tell us about your trip. >> there are a lot of people from all 50 states, five different countries and washington dc, going to congress and to washington dc to tell congress about what it's like to live with type i diabetes, and why we need to
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treat, cure, and prevent diabetes. so, we are trying to renew the special diabetes program, that provides $150 million annually. so, i really really hope that we can renew this program, since it expires. >> you are going to meet with congressmen and women, what is that going to be like, in session, discuss this? >> i am super excited, i think that a few delegates are going to testify, and we get to talk to our congresspeople and tell them about why we need a cure, and why this is an important issue. >> you have taken it up a step, you opened up a nonprofit called kappa exchange, tell us what the name means and what your folks are doing. >> coffee originated in ethiopia, in the coffin region. our idea is, if you just spend five dollars trying to give to these kids, who really need it,
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rather than spending five dollars on your daily coffee, cumulatively it would make a really big impact, so that is where the name comes from. >> you have already raised over $10,000, right? >> just about 10,000. >> even a five dollar donation makes a big difference, right? >> yes, definitely pick >> what would i buy? five dollars?>> it would die, what we are trying to do is speculate money, what we are doing is trying to make a book that helps with diabetes awareness. but, five dollars could buy many things, it could buy new syringes, or test strips, anything like that. >> anything like that, which can help. you are 14, you are 15, already doing things a lot of people don't do in their lifetime. now you mentioned, you are in equestrian, you read horses, you got what, a black belt, second degree in tae kwon do? also, you are a musician as well? >> yeah, i love to play the
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violin. >> the violin? you guys are overachievers. that is very good. i think we are in pretty good hands, our world is in pretty good hands as you grow and go, good luck in washington. good luck with the coffee exchange as well. and what is the website again? go ahead and say it. >> kaffa exchange.org. >> can you spell it? >> kaffa exchange . >>.org, right? >> yes,.org. >> graduations ladies, best luck on your trip. let's go over to sara now and find out about a hot weekend. >> yes, a hot weekend ahead, official first week of the summer, which means we are in for some warmth and hot temperatures all across the region, now we can start off by taking a live look outside, you can see over the golden gate bridge, you can't see the golden gate bridge that you are supposed to be able to see it. here is a look above that marine layer, heavy over the golden gate bridge. our marine layer will compress, and high pressure is building.
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things will clear out a bit later today, you can see someone tweeted at me, it is warm and sunny in the marina district, no fog. so that is a few miles away from where our golden gate camera is. so, things will clear up inland it is going to get hot. it is going to be warm around the coast and the bay. so, mostly sunny, really warm to hot temperatures, 5 to 10 degrees hotter than what we saw yesterday. your extended forecast though, we will cool down just a bit, so if you don't like these hot temperatures, you are in luck, that will all change. right now, things are already warming up in oakland, 71 degrees to get your saturday morning started, 69 degrees in concord, 66 in walnut creek and livermore. 67 in mountain view and 65 in san francisco. take a look at fairfield temperature at the time, 81 degrees right now. so, i checked it out, it is not warm in fairfield, it is already warming up, it is going to get that much warmer in fairfield, it is going to be a hot day for a lot of our areas. forecast highs for today, 92
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degrees is where we are expecting to land in santa rosa, 84 degrees in vallejo, 93 degrees in canker, he would 83 degrees, oakland a warm 83 degrees, san francisco warm up to about 72 degrees, so like i said, high pressure building. that means warm temperatures are here, 90 degrees is where we are expecting to land in pleasanton and livermore, 80 degrees in san jose and gilroy, 71 degrees in half moon bay, if you have any plans on spending the weekend in santa cruz, it'll be a nice one, about 75 degrees is a high expected there today. we are under a red flag warning, some of our counties until 6 pm, lake solano and yolo county, park of the sacramento valley, if you have any plans on heading over there, be aware that critical fire weather, dry conditions, breezy northwind and low humidity, basically means that it is a small fire that sparks, it could grow very very quickly, something to be aware of, avoid outdoor burning today. a look at your extended forecast today, like i said,
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it's going to be a hot one today, inland, temperatures in the 90s. and, we will be in the 80s around the bay, 70s along the coast, then things will cool off just a bit to start out the work week you can see temperatures drop down just a bit, but then by midweek, look at that inland, highs in the upper 70s. low 70s around the bay, and low 60s along the coast. so if you like the hot temperatures, we have that. if you don't, just wait a couple days and that will all change. frank. all right, thank you sara. , new plans to revive a dormant but beloved theater in lafayette, how neighbors are all coming together with creative proposals to get movie screens again at the park theater. toys "r" us may not be gone forever either. the plans to resurrect the retail chain, coming up.
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contra costa county's, starting today you will need to dial 1, then the area code, then the number. that is because california public utilities commission is getting ready to add a 341 area code. starting july 22, 510 4310 341 will be assigned in the area. today the warriors are playing to fill new positions at the chase center, the first of two general job fairs for the san francisco arena, the warriors have been holding job fairs to court current staff, job openings include utility workers, ticket takers, ushers, security, elevator operations, and the concierge. as you would imagine, many folks interested in working for the warriors, registration for today and monday's job fairs are close, they will employ nearly 2500 people, starting in august. toys "r" us could be making a big comeback in time for the holiday shopping season, the
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retailer filed for chapter 11 think of the production, in 2017, then close more than 700 stores last year. bloomberg reports a group of lenders that on the rights to the name, set to open a handful of stores over the next several months, these new stores will be about the third of the size of the old toys "r" us store. businesses in san leandro, trying to get back to normal, we'll tell you how it took firefighters more than 12 hours to get a three alarm fire under control. that story and much more, the tensions growing between iran and the united states, we will have much more on that and how president trump says he is still hoping to open up a dialogue with iran's leaders, stay with us. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> ♪ i got the horses in the back, a horse like it's attached, ♪ >> a little old town road requested by the tonya out of venetia, somehow i think she is rocking a little bit. what looks like a pretty good day, still got a little bit of marine hovering over the bay, the city looks brilliant on a saturday, good to have you with us. 9:30 am, i am frank mallicoat pick >> getting morning good morning to you, i am trying for. wherever people are tweeting from, sometimes it's sunny.>> oh, my gosh, yes. that live look out at the golden gate bridge.
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where we right now, what is this? >> where are we? so pretty though. >> i got a tweet from someone in the marina district, she said it is not foggy at all where she is, but then golden gate bridge, take a look at that. that marine layer still hanging around, but it will compress, and are high pressure is building, which means the heat is on the way, so for san francisco's high will be in the 70s today, and inland, we will see highs in the mid 90s in some areas, so it is going to be sunny, it will be warm to hot today, temperatures already warming up, take a look at oakland, 71 degrees, right now at 9:31 am this morning, 70 in walnut creek, san jose at 64, san francisco 65 degrees. check out fairfield, 81 degrees at this hour, it will warm up even more in fairfield, 69 degrees for your morning start in concord, here's a 24 hour temperature change, this is basically comparing the temperatures this time to this time yesterday. so we are already warming up significantly, this time yesterday in fairfield, 16
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degrees cooler than it is right now. so, you can just imagine how hot it's going to be today. here's a look at some of your highs, comparing it to normal for this time of year, we are above average for this time of year, and all of our region, 92 is a high expected in santa rosa today. normal for this time of year is 83 degrees. oakland is going to get 80 degrees, normal is about 71 degrees, livermore, going to heat up, 90 degrees. san jose 88 degrees, like i said san francisco about 72 degrees. here's a little bit more of an extended look at her highs, all around the region, warm to hot day, nice in pacifica. 70 degrees, macy coastal clouds, but for the most part it'll be a mostly sunny day, especially inland, it's going to be dry, it's going to be hot, we do have a red flag warning in effect for some counties, including solano county, yolo county, so just something to be aware of, but we are expecting a cooldown next week. i will talk about that, coming up. and kucera, firefighters in san leandro at the scene of a
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fire that destroyed businesses near the downtown area. this happened on george away and east 14th street, elissa harrington is there with the very latest, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, there are a lot of firefighters on scene, that is because this fire is still not entirely out, even 13 hours later. they say there is a smoldering going on inside of the upholsterer stop, that is that good business on the corner, firefighter all the way up at the top of that latter, they have been spraying water onto these buildings, they are actually turning to do that again right now, every time they think they see some smoke or flames shooting backup work one other issue they have this morning, this entire block was without power, when they brought pg&e here there was an issue, one of the power poles was right next to a wall on the risk of collapse. >> the fire is still smoldering in areas of the building, unfortunately we cannot get into the building, because of the in structural integrity of the building is in bad shape, we will work with the building
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owner to get a demolition crew out, to start pulling the building apart for our investigators to safely get into the building, into an area that they can work on. >> firefighters were first called to the scene around 8:30 pm last night, they quickly called in a third alarm, what we know is this fire started in the back of the poultry shop on the corner, called knox upholstery. fire spread to the attic and engulfed a clothing store under the same roof right next door, flame then reached a third business, jamaican restaurant called sweet fingers, it gutted the top floor of that building, the roof that covered both the upholstery shop and the clothing shop collapsed. i spoke with one of the head chef at sweet fingers, she told me that the family run business has been in the area for 12 years, the place was packed last night, and they had to escape.>> it is a disaster. here i eat my bread, here i eat
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my food. i don't know, i don't have a job. and i don't know when.>> the firefighters still hard at work, even though sweet fingers, that yellow building is still standing, there is a lot of damage inside, the family lived on the top floor, they say the top floor is pre- much destroyed, seven of them now displaced, including a seven-year-old boy. we saw him taking a nap on the sidewalk this morning, the family, really not sure what they are going to do. but they wanted to think firefighters and of course everybody, very painful this morning that they are safe. the cause of the fire remains under investigation. live in san leandro, elissa harrington, ktvu, fox 2 news. oakland police will continue to track down this weekend, chb, alameda county sheriff's office along with neighboring police departments are working with oakland to try to stop the sideshow activities. authority say the shows can lead to serious injury or death, they will be out to arrest drivers, issue citations, and tow vehicles. >> if we cite yukon if we tow
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your vehicle, and you are not able to pay the heavy storage fees, which range from several hundred dollars 2000, if not more, your car will end up crushed and on the back of a flatbed truck, like you see behind me. >> police say spectators can also be cited, depending on their actions drilling the sideshow, doing things such as blocking traffic. with the fourth of july less than two weeks away, the area authorities are expecting to see more illegal fireworks uncovered by the lease. they release these photos of the bus that happened on thursday on hoover street near highway 101. officers were following up on an unrelated case when they found more than 1000 pounds of illegal fireworks. police took a man into custody on a felony charge of fireworks possession, two other people were cited and released for misdemeanor sale of fireworks. a small plane crash in hawaii killed all nine people on board, now under investigation this morning, the plane crashed about 6:30 pm
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last night near dilling and air- filled on the north shore, honolulu fire chief says the plane had been used in a skydiving operation. the faa and ntsb are still investigating the cause of that crash. present in trump says he still hopes to talk with iranian leaders, rather than escalation of the military conflict, president called out lands for a military strike on iran. as ktvu's ray bogan reports, that leaves the white house and congress tried to figure out what's next. >> fox news has learned from two senior trumpet ministration officials, they are maintaining the military option at all times, including to the weekend. >> the president says he called off the military strike after learning 150 iranians would've died. >> they shot down an unmanned drone, plane, whatever you want to call it. and, here we are, sitting with 150 dead people, and i didn't like it. i didn't think it was
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proportionate. >> u.s. defense officials tell fox news, b-52 bombers had not taken off before the president canceled. there were air force and navy fighter jet flying and ready to strike, in addition to warships with tomahawk cruise missiles. >> i think this retaliation strike is on the shelf, i don't believe it will happen, given the decision he made and why he made that decision. >> the president says if u.s. personnel had been killed, his response would be much different. that almost happened. iran now says it could've also shot down a plane with 35 people on board. >> if these kind of attacks continue, there needs to be a military response, that doesn't mean invading iran. >> democrats on capitol hill are adamant about congressional approval from military force. speaker pelosi stressed de- escalation. >> engage in our allies.
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>> the increased tension with iran comes at a key time for the pentagon. acting defense secretary patrick shanahan stepped down friday, he will be replaced by army secretary mark esper on monday. in washington, ray bogan, fox news. a well-known advice columnist is accusing president trump of sexual assault, e. jean carroll wrote in 1995, the president her in a dressing room at the apartment for a new york. carroll wrote in an advice column in elle magazine for more than two decades, she said she told two friends about the report but never reported to police out of fear. he said quote i have never met this person in my life, she is trying to sell a new book that should indicate her motivation. it should be sold in the fiction section. however, the president's claim about never hiding met carroll appears to be untrue, here is a photo, the new york magazine shows trump and his first wife, ivana speaking with carol. to anyone women have now
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publicly accused the president of sexual assault or misconduct, the president has denied all allegations. missouri's only abortion clinic will continue to perform abortions, even after the state health department declined to renew the clinic's license. st. louis circuit court issued a preliminary injunction yesterday, to keep the planned parenthood nick open, they said the clinic failed to address certain issues, before its license expired at the end of may. the court will now decide whether the state can stop the clinic from performing abortions altogether, it is not clear when the judge will make a final decision. planned parenthood doors remain open, today is a victory for women to be able to access the kind of medical care that they and their health professionals need and deserve.>> in may, missouri's governor signed a law making abortions after eight weeks illegal, that is often before many women become aware that they are pregnant. under the law, a person who has an abortion after eight weeks could be charged with a felony. san francisco district attorney may run for office in
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southern california. he confirmed he is considering entering the race for district attorney of los angeles. last october, he announced he would not seek a third term in san francisco, in order to return to la, to care for his elderly mother. in a statement, he says running for the los angeles district attorney's job is a big decision, and that he will make consultation with his family. up next, bart has a new person to advocate on behalf of the writers. >> a new position to oversee bart finances and viability. >> highlights from the game, and someone it just got called up that had a monster game, we will tell you about that and more, coming up york a little bird told me you have the fastest internet and now the best mobile network too? yeah and get them together and save hundreds on your wireless bill. wow, that's great. oh, and this looks great.
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>> ♪ >> yes, this is my jam, animals , requested by abigail from venetia, what a fun way to start off saturday. here is a live look out at san jose right now, it is going to warm up in san jose, really warming up for much of the region, we do have a red flag warning that is in effect right now, we are seeing some gusty wind in the dockable area, so we will talk about that, plus the extended forecast coming up. bart services back to normal this morning after a problem caused delays late last night, the transit agency says a pg&e powerline fell on the tracks between fruitvale station, the powerline damaged a bart train, dublin, pleasanton, warm springs, daly city lines were all affected. buses were brought in to cover the area between lake merritt and for validation. governor newsom has appointed inspector general harriet richardson going to oversee the transit agency. she has decades of experience in governmental oversight with several bay area agencies.
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this new position is meant to provide more oversight at bart's finances and hold bart accountable for safety and cleanliness. writers we talk to say they like the idea.>> i think it's a terrific idea. i think a lot of people won't ride the bart right now, because of some of the things going on, including my children. >> i take bart on a daily basis. i think they'll be a great idea for someone to focus more on the concerns, and on the problems that are happening, and make it a better and safer bart. >> richardson is going to start in august, her appointment comes just as bart is beginning $3.5 billion upgrade of the transit system, the new position does not replace bart's general manager. new grand jury report called out seneca county's vta as the most expensive and the least efficient transit agency in the country. 61 page document says vta is just too big and too political
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to make financial decisions, he recommends structural changes to the vta board to better protect taxpayers. ratings of the agency and the chair of the vta board agree that some changes need to happen. >> there are too many directors, they shouldn't have conflicts of interest. being city councilmembers or supervisors, that is their primary responsibility, to represent those cities and the county. >> we have a unique model of a governing board of transit agency. and, we should really look at what other transit agencies around the country are doing. >> the grand jury report comes as vta braces for a possible strike by strivers and its train operators. vta board has 90 days to respond to report and is currently analyzing how to adopt some of those recommendations. after months of discussions, uc santa cruz has removed a controversial el camino real bell, it marks the routes between 21 spanish
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mission, uc santa cruz bell is a reproduction that was donated in the 1990s by a local women's club. native american groups demanded that the school remove it, saying the bell symbolizes determination, and the eradication of the native people. >> it is just a constant reminder of the brutality, and just all the terror our people went through, it was just there, like in my face. >> uses akers has. decided what to do with the bell, options involve melting it down or donating it to a city museum. giving people a safe place to park their rvs overnight, city-owned parking lot near the oakland coliseum now being used to house those rvs, the parking lot has security around the clock, they've got running water, porta potty, and counseling service on hand. the rvs that had been parked at 85th and east avenue are being invited to move into that lot.>> we are excited to be doing something, to alleviate the impact on the relevance residence, as well as improving
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safety, security, and hygiene for our neighbors, who due to this crisis, are forced to live in these rvs. >> city officials say if all goes well, they hope to open two more rv parking lot by the end of the summer. neighbors from lafayette trying to reopen the park theater after more than a decade of it sitting vacant, they are called the park theater trust, it has organized a plan to bring movies back to the art deco style theater, it closed in 2005, with plans to reopen as another business. repeated efforts to use that space or reopen it as a theater has failed. the trust has proposed a land swap with the developer to try to open up other properties in central lafayette for a 16 unit housing project. lafayette city council is going to consider the idea at monday night meeting. fishermen are connected to deliver a record catch of california king salmon this weekend. fishing boats started to arrive and unload seven yesterday, the docks in san francisco, half
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moon bay, and bodega bay, this is expected to be one of the best salmon seasons in years, because the ocean conditions have been ideal. >> might be a good day to go jump in the ocean, it'll be hot in a big way, sara is here to tell us all about it. >> yes, it is going to be a hot day in length, it is going to be warm really everywhere else. there is something really important we do have to talk about, a red flag warning, we are already seeing a lot of gusty wind of course, we will show you a little graphic and explained that in just a minute, but first, here is a live look outside, clearing out very nicely today, it is going to be shaping up to be a hot day, warm for some of our areas, but really not too bad, it is after all, the second day of summer, the first official weekend of summer, so mostly sunny skies today, we do see some light wind along the coast, so temperatures will remain in the 70s there. really warm to hot, so that 5 to 10 degrees hotter today than what we saw yesterday. if you are not a fan, i have
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good news, our extended forecast shows a cool down. right now, it is warming up, oakland 73 degrees, to get your saturday morning started, 70 in walnut creek, 67 in san francisco. fairfield is at 81 degrees, already at this hour, 64 degrees in san jose. let's talk about the wind really quickly, you can take a look, fairfield travis air force base, seeing northwind at about 20 miles per hour, the gust were 30 miles per hour, so that is obviously a big concern, we saw similar wind speeds in vacaville as well, we do have a red flag warning in place until 6 o'clock this evening. lake solano, yolo county, sacramento valley, a lot of northern california areas, that just means critical fire weather, so dry conditions, breezy northwind, and low humidity. it is a recipe for fire to spread quickly, be aware of that today until 6 o'clock. forecast highs, 92 degrees, expecting to end up in santa rosa, and in fairfield, 84 degrees in vallejo, 93 degrees
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in concord today, oakland will heat up to about 80 degrees and san francisco will get to 72 degrees, so warmer than yesterday, for sure. san jose, you will see high of about 80 degrees today, same with gilroy, pleasanton and livermore, 90 degrees apertures, it will be nice at 70 degrees, macy called along the coast and like i said, some west wind, it'll give us a little bit cooler along the coast. but, take a look at our extended forecast. so, we do have the inland highs in the 90s today and tomorrow, the day or around the day we will see highs in the 80s, then along the coast, highs in the 70s. once you get into the middle of the week, we have temperatures that drop down well below average for this time of year. we just have to get through the next couple of days, then we are going to cool down just a little bit, guys. >> all right, sounds perfect. no matter the dog, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. >> the world's ugliest dog has been selected, right here in the bay area. other people disagree, you will
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meet that little guy, coming up. >> ♪ i and beautiful, in every single way ♪
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welcome back, frankie says suspended for 80 games after testing positive for a banned substance, he was in the midst of a big big season with the a's, nine-too.
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there is, he is out for the postseason too. they will miss that guy on the mound. last night, the rays at the coliseum, this is going to work rather well, third inning and bang, the yeah him and that olson will unload a bomb, solo shot cut the lead in half 2-1, now 3-2 game, will adams will go yard, bargain, raise over the a's, 5-3. that are news on the giants friend, say hello to the new guy, alex dickerson, he just got called up from aaa. and he did this, that is a grand slam. he also had a triple, three- hit, six rbis. welcome to the giants, alex, feeling good. kevin had a big night, finished the game with rbi single, knocked in for as they pounded the d backs on the road, 11-5. summer games for special olympics in northern california underway at uc davis, it took place yesterday at counties across california.
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the games after a month of training and regional competitions, one athlete has been competing in these games for 38 years.>> i met my wife through bocce ball years ago. she is my angel. >> sports include bocce ball, as you heard, swimming, tennis, track and field, the northern california teams tomorrow admission is free for all of the events. homeowner in montana found an unusual squatter inside his house, the missoula county sheriff's office says a young black bear entered a home yesterday, but somehow got stuck in the entryway. the bear apparently dead bolted the door from inside, got so frustrated, started ripping up the room, and then got a little tired, so he took a nap in the closet. that bear was eventually tranquilized and relocated unharmed. a couple in vallejo received a surprise in their backyard, and drove andrew and blogger spotted two foxes in their yard about a month ago, they multiplied, recently when they returned, they had four 80s in town, they are known as
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kids. in the video, you can see the family of foxes rolling around on the grass, hanging out on the back porch. >> very cute. all right, we think he is a cutie. a dog in southern california just named the ugliest dog at the fair in petaluma, there he is, hello scamp, he beat out 18 other dogs and got that top prize, what are the prizes? trophy, $1500 for his owner, another $1500 to donate to an animal shelter, which is great. he was rescued as astray actually in compton, southern california in 2014. organizers say the annual event celebrate his imperfections, that make all dogs are special and unique. >> i think he's kind of cute. >> where do you pet him though? that we don't discriminate, we love dogs. >> 100%, 100%. >> we also love summerlike weather. >> yes we do. i like it hot, that is what
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we are getting this weekend, take a look at your temperatures here, the extended forecast, inland it's going to be in the 90s today, so pack that sunscreen and water, if you have any plans on heading out the door anytime soon, it'll be hot, then we are really going to cool down by the middle of the week. >> i like it, the perfect temperature is? >> 95. >> 95? >> i know. thanks for joining us this morning, latest news www.ktvu.com, social media platforms, have a great day. >> ♪ you are amazing, just the way you are. ♪
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