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welcome to mornings on 2. it is september it is september 24. we're following several stories this morning. we're going to start with the ongoing search for the shooter in the pacific northwest >> five people killed when a man walked into a pc store and started firing. we are expecting a police -- press conference this morning sometime within the next hour. then in charlotte things are quiet this morning after another might've protest the >> those protests continue in the wake of keith scott released her own two-minute cell phone video that the moment leading up to the shooting. we share that and on a lighter note we send krishan captain down the street from our studios but he's not far away
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at jack london square >> he's going to give us an you a tour of the tall ships and also tell us what is happening this weekend and it will be a gorgeous weekend especially if you like -- rosemary cannot -- -- she's at the coast for the big fog fest. >> there is no fog. they hope they will be no fog but rings are just starting to wake up so to speak around here. the festival would get underway in a few hours. and the parade is underway as well. vista view -- is was the grand marshall? >> me. i'm excited we're going about all morning long and show you around. talk about thousands and thousands of people come out and the 31st annual so a big deal. arts and crafts. we have a parade that is kicking up later this morning.
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this morning let's talk about the temperatures. it is cool out. lots of 50 cent in the forecast at the moment. just a few low 60s start the morning. temperatures will get -- we talking up the coast 80s around the bay. low 90s for the inland communities. >> we're losing rosemary. we will check back in in a few minutes. temperatures are going to warm up. >> developing story in the pacific northwest. a gunman killed five people in a rampage at a washington state shopping mall. a manhunt continues at this hour. he's a latino male wearing a black shirt armed with a rifle.
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witnesses say he walked into the macy's at the cascade mall and burlington washington and opened fire. it's about 60 miles north of seattle. a shopper said she was in the macy's dressing room when jured what sounded like balloons popping. then seven or eight more and then it got quiet and she knew something was not right. people were posting pictures and videos on social media of them all and what it looked like in the aftermath. forward because of the makeup department in a sickle male victim was airlifted to a trauma center where he died. investors say the gunman left the mall and headed toward i-5. >> the photograph put out to the media that is the shooter. we believe it is just one shooter and he was armed with a long gun. we're not getting specific as far as calendar at this point -- caliber at this point >> some people ran and simple him the store and locked doors. authorities front of them all never taken to nearby church
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and questioned by investigators we will follow the story and of updates through the morning and we expect a press conference shortly. all is quiet in charlotte this morning after a fourth night of protests over the deadly police shooting of keith scott. last night's protest was mostly peaceful. researchers carried signs chanting and marching through the business district. protesters were demonstrating against tuesday's police shooting that killed keith scott they want police to release ashcan and body camera video of the shooting. in the meantime the wife of keith scott has released her own cell phone video of the moments leading up to that shooting the action shooting cannot be seen but you can hear the shots. >> he doesn't have a gun. he's not going to do anything
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to you he took his medicine. >> keep don't let them break the window. keith get out of the car. >> did you shoot him? what you heard in the two- minute video you can hear police say drop the gun and also your his wife repeatedly telling the police officers on hand that her husband did not have a weapon and witnesses say he had a book in the video you cannot see what he had in his hand. a funeral service tell today for the oklahoma man shot and killed by tulsa police officer betty shelby has been
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charged with first-degree manslaughter for killing terrence crutcher last week. her attorney said she to her gun it's ever tasered because she thought he was armed but no weapon was found the medical examiner in oklahoma has declared his death a homicide and shall be turned herself into police yesterday and was released on $50,000 bond. if convicted she could face for years in prison. a very artistic finish showing support colin kaepernick and his campaign for social justice. someone painted a mural he turned the 49 or quarterback on the wall and 22nd st. and telegraph avenue in oakland. the our work includes the phrase we got your back. he created a firestorm when he refused to stand for the national anthem before football games and no word on who created a mural and signed at the bottom with the initials slc. the shark looking to build on last season when they came just two wins shy of capturing the stanley cup. they open trade camp yesterday. the sharks look like they did
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last season but added a few free agents including defenseman david schlemko there still anchored by joe pavelski and joe thornton. but all the top -- the talk is about the upcoming season. joel ward is one of the few black players in the nhl and says colin kaepernick's protest against racial inequality and the recent officer involved shootings are unlamented athletes in all sports. >> in caroline as well it's been something that has to come to an end. alefest take a different stance but it's something as a country we have to stick together with one another as a unit and support and love one another. >> he wears the jersey number 42 on this letter to honor jackie robinson who broke baseball's color barrier. if you're looking for
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something to do today there is a lot going on. >> in jack london square the food festival and also a chance to tour a special ship christian captain -- kristin captain is in jack london square talking about the tall ships. good morning. living around the bay area where used to seeing boats like this one but we're going to give you a tour of a truly unique boat that is docked here. captain andrew >> come on board. >> tommy about the ship this is a tall ships >> it's a split top indicative of the style of the 1850s. we been used for merchant vessels and reseller up and down the west coast teaching -- acting like a living history. >> this is an opportunity for people to see how people lived 150 years ago and what maritime
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life was like >> yes. and many people get obsessed with pirates and we try to -- there are more than just pirates that sale on vessels like this. >> so you're not a pirate >> we're not pirates. what we do is what led to the merchant role. >> let's talk about this when i came on board earlier the will and the brass i asked if this was all working machinery and this is the way that you steer the boat and you said all of this is authentic and the actual controls. >> this is the only really have on board only method of steering except for the emergency cares and and this is over the last three days from the 19th to three third that's what we use to get ourselves here. >> you guys are doing this old- school >> paper charts and we do have gps and radar and my ernie clement but we currently use good seamanship and teach the
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crew how to drop upon a chart. is is how fast we want last hour this is the course we made. >> and we just yell up and this is your new course. and they adjust accordingly. >> and this is the stuff that you can see if they come out for a tour. how can i get a tour? >> today and tomorrow we will be open from 10-1 and they can come on board the doors open by donation so it's five dollars's adjusted but whatever you feel this kind of experience is worth do. we are a nonprofit organization so those donations go to help us get schoolkids out of the classrooms and on the boat and learning about history. >> j cruise through the morning including video of your trip from washington. as well as a few other treats that will have the sales deployed later on >> we will have some guys get the sales out >> also we will have a gun the
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off. looking for to all of that. -- forward to all of that. the new get you up and the crows nest. >> maybe. >> there is not a crows nest >> >> i was kidding. >> from public officials to everyday workers a touching tribute to a long time chinatown activist. >> i thought with her. she was determined on the one hand and a pain in the butt on the other. she held is all accountable. >> coming up the lifework of rose pak. .
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welcome back. least on men suspected of more than a dozen robberies. michelangelo lopez and richard lopez were arrested wednesday at the east san jose home. the men targeted immigrants and 13 armed robberies in the city. several victims reported being pistol whipped and romped. detectives believe there could be more victims and are looking for any additional information. it will be hot across the bay area and that means an increase in fire danger. cal fire says there are going to be extra crews out this weekend as a precaution and there were about the combination of warm temperatures and dry conditions and low humidity. >> we are at the peak fire season staffing now before this weekend we've added on some extra hand crew our delta camp also holding on all of our bulldozers to deal with the extra fire danger.
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>> cal fire is also reminding homeowners to create defensible space around their property. it's going to be hot which means a lot of fog at the coast and as fate would have it rosemary is at the fog fest in pacifica. without any fog. good morning. >> reporter: good morning i am out where it is cool. i put on my sweater but there is no fog. in fact i'm going to point you that direction toward the coast and you can see the coast is clear this morning. it's going to be a fabulous beach weekend. we are out here at the 31st annual fog festival going on today and tomorrow. thousands of folks are going to fill the street eventually look at this car coming my way. it's the cat car. i have john and tara the owners of the cat car. they are going to be in the pre-
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this morning. >> we're ready for the parade. >> let's talk about your car. you are cat people obviously. >> work with rescues and hospitals and she's been inspired by what we love. she's about eight years old. my wife and i wanted to something to return to the committee and here she is. >> reporter: let's get a load of this car. gillis of you of the car we'll talk more about how you cannot with the idea and how long you've been working on it. >> is a second generation. the first was chicken wire and for -- >> we're losing rosemary's audio. i love the ears. >> we will continue -- that
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parade gets underway about 10:00 today. >> guess who's leading the parade? >> rosemary. she has cleared the fog out of the way. >> 7:17 is the time. an act of compassion from the bay area restaurant owner. how he is making a difference one burrito at a time. street this is bubba our pet of the day.
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a new class of police cadets has earned their badges. >> excuse the duties of the office upon which i'm about to enter. so help me god. congratulations. [ applause ] >> 46 proud graduates or the scottish rite temple. they've just finished 34 weeks of training including eight women and 38 man. these records are more educated than they've ever been before. and they have more exposure a cause of the internet and social media. this group is smarter than fire classes. deftly when i came up. >> four of the graduates are hooded to the oakland police department where they are going to undergo additional 16 weeks of field training and nearly 7 is the police officers will go through a similar for month training.. >> airport officials say
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federal grants totaling $15 million and not 89 dollars of that money is for upgrades to the security system including some new surveillance technology and the rest will pay for asphalt to fix a parking area for aircraft on the southeastern side of the air field. the grand all made possible by the federal aviation administration and through the support of south bay congresswoman. a bay area men is getting reputations for a simple act of kindness. his name is sergio and he owns a restaurant in santa rosa >> debora villalon tells us but only is the view of making a name for himself with food but he's helping to feed the souls of others. >> a restaurant owner for 20 years -- sergio ochoa has sold more meals that he can count.
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>> he works really hard >> reporter: is what he gives away he remembers. >> he just doesn't. he does not really talk about it. he feels really peaceful and he says it something he needs to do. >> reporter: el patio in downtown santa cruz is across moorpark popular with homeless people. it is not a scene many restaurants would welcome but a chill it is not just live with it. he embraces it. >> i do know what i would do without him. he does not judge anybody. if we go in and we're short some money he doesn't care. >> there struggles very and person-to-person. but when a chill a looks at across the street he sees need. when he is working six days a week he is watching for people resting in the park or passing by who could use a burrito. easy to carry easy to eat. >> and his door is open to anyone who comes to the counter down on the lot.
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>> one day i could not make it to a meal and i heard about it and i went in and do not so comfortable. and they put me with some good food. i was surprised it was that could be >> how many free burritos? about half dozen a day. but enough to hurt the restaurant bottom line or attract a crowd but enough to grab the attention of the paying customers who are impressed >> we've seen on several occasions personally go over or have someone come in and feed them. >> reporter: diners are sharing pictures on facebook when they spot sergio on one of his runs. sometimes just eating of real behind to surprise someone later . >> have your asked him why? >> now i know why. he's just a loving man. and the family met any cares about our town and does not matter who it is what the situation is. he does cares about them. >> and he cares enough to put people to work. this homeless man but his first
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meal from a chill at last month. and now a job. refinishing the restaurant furniture. >> when i was need he helped enemies and eight i helped. that is the point of the deal. to me. >> sergio ochoa was much rather cook then talk about himself. but admits he like to see more kindness in the business committee. >> maybe if people can change the business owners -- >> you are not always like this. >> in fact until a few years ago he did not like the homeless. >> did not notice them. turning 50 he realized he at a loving family a thriving business and loyal customers. yet he was not happy. and he says he decided to change the start looking out to the less fortunate.
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now he has thank you notes on his wall but he's not looking for praise when he picks of the radar goes out the door. he does want to offer nourishment and nurturing. >> i feel good. i feel good to help people. i had to do it. and i know there's a lot of people they don't have money and they are hungry. >> reporter: the last order off of the grill goes to someone bedding down in the park. and attila says now when he closes each night he reflects on how much happier he is not just making burritos sharing them. -- but sharing them. >> it looks at some of the people are paying it forward which is so important. >> and by the way the burritos look really good. good for him.
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very inspiring. let's talk about this cross- country team from antioch high school founded in spreading way to help a local animal shelter. >> even when they are terribly want to keep going. >> these young runners are taking some of the shelter dogs for walks with them as they train. because the dog exercise a need and some public exposure to increase the number of adoptions. the school committee average core dinner can of the plan after a facebook post about athletes at another school doing the same. we have a story on moorings on 2 i remember thinking it was a great idea. it was not from an area school and so it's great antioch cited to got inspired to help. >> 7:26. we are just two days away from monday's president of debate as
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voters are weighing in. >> this election both of the candidates have been on a rampage to handle till on each other. >> coming up the issues some say are most important to them on this election year. it's a ship that serves as a living history on the seas. of the report coming up.
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waking up is important. >> wikieup feeling going. look at that shot. >> there is no fog looks like it's going to be a great saturday. welcome back. a live look down in san jose where the sun is shining all over the bay. think you for joining us this saturday morning. >> ago do it saturday. let's go out to rosemary who is in pacifica it is fog fest on a non-foggy day. you're heading up the event and grand marshal. >> yes indeed. i'm going to give you a sneak peek at the beautiful car i get to ride in. right here to the left of me. and i'm extremely giddy about fact name is on the side of the
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car we're going to come back and talk to the owner about this car in a few minutes. first let's talk about what is going on outside our doors. we have plenty of sunshine and no fog anywhere to be seen. wall-to-wall sunshine from the coast around the bay and inland. temperatures are in the 50s to start the morning so it's a little cool but we will have a nice rebound in time for the afternoon. if you are coming out to the festival it's going to be a great day. 77 for the afternoon high in pacifica. cannot ask for better weather. thousands of folks will be out and is going to be live music and food. arts and crafts. and of course we have a parade. more details on the bridge what to expect for the weekend. what kind of car was that? >> it's a beautiful convertible
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cadillac. this morning more than 1000 people are expected to pay respects for a long time community activist in chinatown, rose pak >> she died on sunday was never held political office she spent decades working for the chinese committee in san francisco. amber lee attended the week last night where hundreds in attendance. >> a cities to the people attended the week for rose pak known as bataclan the chinese committee. she championed. one committee leader calls are chinatown's road >> one with big swords. >> she would insult and challenge and fight. she never held political office yielded great political clout for more than three decades. she counted former san francisco mayor willie brown among our close friends. >> she cared a lot about the city and people she cared a lot about chinatown.
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she was most effective at doing everything she did on behalf of so many people. >> reporter: moxie was unusual for a chinese woman of her generation. enabled this and brashness helped her succeed in what was largely a man's world in chinatown politics and even in the corridor so city hall. when chinatown housing advocate the scribed her as a mentor. >> she's definitely a role model and want to think about her coming in as a woman and asian-american when she was young i see this. we all saw every day in chinatown. >> reporter: poet persona was compass her personal life simple. she lived modestly and chinatown and cherished her family and the immigrant families she wanted to help. >> she was always confident her opinions and decisions. she spoke from her heart. and did what was right despite any repercussions the backlash she would face.
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>> reporter: in the course of her life work she made friends and foes. >> i thought with her and she was charming on the one hand and a pain in the but on the other. she held us all accountable and i grew to love her. >> her legacy is essential and the chinese -- and the people that she left behind. as she said her warriors. they are still here to carry on what she 54. she will be here for generations to come. >> reporter: she was 68 years old her funeral will be held at old st mary's church. more than 1000 people are expected. time now 7:34. after snubbing donald trump at the national convention, ted cruz has decided to endorse him he made the announcement facebook yesterday he made the decision because he promised to
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support his party. and because he thinks hillary clinton is quote wholly unacceptable. he finished second to trump in the primary to the campaign he called trump a pathological liar and utterly amoral. a statement he says he was honored by the endorsement. the first president debate between hillary clinton and donald trump will be one of the most highly anticipated nights of the campaign. last night at half for university crews or setting up the stage and the lighting and electorates for the first showdown that will happen monday night. we talked to some voters to hear what issues they consider to be the most important and what they're hoping trump and clinton will address. >> housing plans -- how they plan to help the economy grow. had to get us out of debt and create jobs. >> for me what they plan to do as far as education. >> voters we spoke with office of the hope the candidates will focus on the future during the debate and not just personal attacks on one another.
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you can watch monday night's showdown right here and will run 90 minutes with zero interruptions. opposed debate show with highlights and viewer reaction and analysis and all that starting monday at 6 pm here on ktvu. facebook is launching its first ever nationwide voter registration drive starting on friday users who are 18 and older started getting reminders through the newsfeed to go out and register. it sends them right to the federal government website vote.usa.gov california the deadline for voter registration is october 24. oakland police officer pleads not guilty to charges with the sex scandal rocking the bay area. brian bunton faces charges of engaging in prostitution and obstruction of justice. he's accused of warning sex worker of prostitution stings
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in exchange for sex but is the first of officers to be arraigned in the case. he's married with children as attorney calls a family man who completed two years of the oakland police department thursday night i don't to talk about his family or other points right now. i will say he is a family man and obviously makes the situation the more difficult >> this is not about jasmine. it's about these officers. jasmine did not work for the -- >> the city of richmond announced is trying to fire one of its police officers and disciplined eight others in connection with the scandal. but none of the richmond officers are facing any criminal charges right now. oakland formally opens the application. for hiring a new police chief it's a 45 day window libby schaaf is looking for a compassionate reform minded leader. oakland has three teachers --
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administrator has been running department since june. parents of the man accused of stealing and crashing a hayward police car says their some suffering from a mental breakdown. the family of jeffrey chambers says he was acting erratically on thursday of secene about his daughter and he left the family home in the hayward hills and crashed a short time later and when police arrived to investigate they say he was being treated by paramedics away in an idling suv and he reached speeds of 100 miles per hour before crashing into three cars east of the san mateo bridge plaza. >> he just needs help. that's all i can say. i hope he will get help. we're sorry to the police department and to the victims that were hit. >> evil injured in the crash of the branch have all recovered and chambers parents say they
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failed -- of the ultimate of gel and will checking into a mental health the salty. a hayward police officer had a car still back to make americans during outfitting its entire fleet with antitheft technology. mountain view police are investigating what could be the worst accident involving one of a self driving cars so far it happened yesterday on el camino real when the whoville owned lexus osep i have been one person was in the google carpet that person was not injured. google said the car was in autopilot mode in the van ran a red light hitting the car passenger side door. google has a website where it possible that reports on accidents with self-driving cars and since january there been at least six crashes in the area involving google cars on autopilot. committee advocates in contra costa are offering healthcare advice for residents in need 130 people will be available to talk to those who have little to no access to
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health insurance public programs it open to all regardless of immigration status. help is available in both english and spanish. it went is free but you must register if you go it goes from 10-11 at 30 at the nevin community center in richmond. a special ship has made its way to oakland jack london square >> and it is being. it's open up for tours over the weekend. kristin captain -- christien kafton is aboard the tall ships. >> reporter: a holy. -- we're here in jack london square and the ship is amazing. we've gotten a tour this morning. i love the historical fixtures and lots of brass and the lines which we learned are not rope because it's on a boat it's on the sales it's -- once strong up for use it as a line. >> you are the purser.
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i think people are the layer with that term from the love boat >> yes. >> what does a person do? >> the purser handles the financial stuff on the boat like everyone has expenditures and i had to keep track of it. have to do stuff with manifest and we're nonprofit so we have a lot of paperwork >> you're the accountant >> yes basically. and your will also an official photographer. you see some amazing stuff out enough some great videos >> one of the things that come into this was realizing how beautiful the lifestyle is. i started photographing and taking videos so i could have something more solid than my own memory. >> tells of a the video we see now which is a dolphin but >> the dolphins around the coast of oregon.
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the dolphins love our boat. they come in swim alongside it. i think i counted 50 in one day. they are super playful. >> coming in in the ship like this with the opened akin everything it must've been amazing to >> it was beautiful. i have been a lot of places. i had to go up top and unfurl the sales when we were coming under the golden gate in the city lit up. it was amazing. >> thank you so much for sharing your video. >> i'm happy to help you out >> it open for tours today and come by jack london square and it's donations >> yes we're in equity turn anyone away but we want to expose everyone to the history of it. >> all right thank you so much.
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they want donations to he's the ship's accountant so anything you can do to help them out. it's a pretty good education about these tall ships and a great day -- way to spend the day. >> trains planes and automobiles. there is a freight train passing by. >> the ship is more fun. some people in oakland say they got caps back. public the city showing support for the 49er quarterback. a star-studded cast in the hollywood western classic.
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if you are heading in from san francisco i have good news. go like a bridge is wide open. there is no fog. gorgeous out. a little hot later but nice now. happening today on the east bay the edible extravaganza known as they eat will festival continues and jack london square you can enjoy food craft beers local winds and cocktails. it also features local ingredients the real runs from 10 to 30 until 9 pm today and
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10:30 until five tomorrow. if you want music especially some blues if i in the sixth annual bay area blues festival and there will be music on stages with booze and exhibits food drinks connective -- get activities it runs tina sycks on main street with a lot going on in martinez. to spend the day hanging out with rosemary you can do that as well. who down to the pacifica and the fog fest. is not a bad day. she is grand marshal of the parade. that is a cool car. >> reporter: yes indeed. i have to show you something for the first time in my entire life. look at this. my name on the side of the car. >> you have made it. i know where that is going. >> reporter: i'm taking that home with me. >> let's highlight this gorgeous card.
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this is got so rally his the owner of the car and one of the organizers of the big events. >> yes. >> i'm doing well. >> reporter: we love this car. chemie showcase here? you say this is actually a family carpet >> yes it was owned by my aunt and she bought it new in 1969. i've been washing and waxing it since i was seven. when she turned 89 she got too short to driving and give it to me. >> this is fabulous. thank you for allowing me to ride in the car. will you be my driver >> we're happy to have you. i have a very trusted person that will drive you >> her name is angela and her boys will drive you and they will smile and wave >> i cannot wait. safety six participants. >> i'm not sure if that's the most we've had. is up there >> that is great. let's talk about what is going on. we have but set up with
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arts and crafts and food. what else is going on? >> live music. >> the music is fantastic. the kids can come down and write the carnival rides. we have sand sculpture and a multitude -- a bunch of events. >> >> is still early morning. i was given this lineup of what is going on. just today 12 bands. three stages going to be going on pacific sold will be a good one. was the other good one? >> stumpy jones and the will of blues. come on joan. >> this should draw folks. it's going to be a great day
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and the perfect day out here when it comes to the weather we're starting out with blue skies and cool at this hour but that will change. we're looking at temperatures in the 50s and low 60s now by the afternoon 77 degrees for pacifica. my kind of weather. it will be around the bay it's going to be warm. mid-80s oakland in hayward. and the inland cities going to be toasty in the low 90s. definitely warmer than yesterday and that's show you dixon the forecast. at some point the heat will become a concern. we have a heat advisory in place tomorrow and tomorrow is expected to be the hottest day of inland cities getting near 100. definitely take note if you're going to be out tomorrow. it will be hot with that he advisory and a reminder to stay hydrated maybe try to avoid prolonged exposure to the sun when you get into the afternoon. it's going to be baking. lisa lynley better monday but a better cooling trend tuesday and wednesday.
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out here it's a gorgeous day so come out to the parade it's getting started in a little while. festival goes on for two days today and tomorrow. new at the movies a remake of the classic western. >> this one stars denzel washington and chris pratt. kevin mccarthy has the take on the new magnificent seven. >> reporter: it's kevin mccarthy to be done about the menu movie release the magnificent seven. one of the most anticipated films of the year. threatened by antoine fuqua. that i might have a flyer but he dredges some the most famous films of the past two years training day in 2001 an equalizer. this is a remake of the 1960 start is classic. with steve mcqueen and charles bronson that movie was a remake of the 1954 acura kayla seloff
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film seven samurai. this is the second remake. denzel washington chris pratt ethan hawke this is not real -- vincent's not real. it tells the story of seven gunmen who come together to help a poor village and great cast. the cast is incredible. the performances are wonderful and denzel washington nails this role. as a fan of him i love man on fire and feels like john q on this is one of the best performances he sat. the film itself is nowhere near as good as the cast. chris pratt is great but nowhere near as good as the guardians of the galaxy character. movie feels like flat soda. tastes decent but the this is missing. is missing the pop elements. it feels overly long and does drag a little at times. i give it three out of five. one of the biggest highlights is james horner at this fantastic score. he passed away tragically last
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june in a plane crash but he written seven or eight of the themes and gave them to antoine fuqua and those songs now exist in the movie. even dental's famous incredible. it's shot beautifully on 35 mm film and looks great. i wish the film itself was as good as the cast in the film making and the score writing. the movie was missing some this. i'm sure people will see it anyway. stay with us.
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keep calm, you internet's on. another weekend of college football. stanford place southern california tonight and ucla at the rose bowl. count on the road to arizona state and san jose state is at iowa state. as mentioned everyone is out of the bay area. giants on the road in san diego and for whatever reason they've had zero luck with the
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padres. 25 games under 500 especially this guy offered when bomb the first giants would never recover and buster posey would make it worse. it hits the wall and that's it. the giants still a half game lead over the cards for the final wild-card spot. a perfect game in the seventh against the rangers. he was dealing and goes down twice. it all unraveled in the seventh. perfect game see you later. a three run ranger burst. capped off by -- this is pretty first homer seven hits once again 3-0 they clinch the al west with the winner -- join us for football tomorrow on ktvu.
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>> on your screen mornings on 2 run from 7-8 at 30 and sports weekend followed by fox and a sunday's pregame show and the 49ers square off against rivals seattle seahawks at 1 pm. and now you can also watch rosemary and myself at ktvu plus we have a new one hour edition of a morning sun to from 9-10 tomorrow morning. coming up in our 8:00 training camp beginning for the san jose sharks but another issue outside of hockey on the mind. sever officer involved shootings across the country. >> something that as a country we have to stick together with one another and support and love one another.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. you are taking a live look. this is the transamerica bone. it is saturday, september 24. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we will have the very latest up north in washington. five people were killed at a shopping mall in burlington. the shooter is still on the loose. we are expecting a news conference shortly with new information. we hope to bring that to you live in this half-hour. more than 1000 people are expected to pay their respects to rose pak, and longtime unity activist in the chinese committee. >> she died last sunday. last night there was a turnout
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for her week in san francisco. she never held political office but was widely regarded for her political clout. it's expected to be a very hot weekend and that has firefighters talking about fire danger. >> cal fire has extra crews on hand this weekend and they are warning homeowners to make sure to have a dispense -- defensible space around your property. rosemary orozco is following that force and she's doing it from pacifica. it is fog fest there. it doesn't look very foggy but i don't think that's the point. >> no. not at all. >> i think they plan this festival specifically here at the end of september because they know we will have sunshine. no fog whatsoever. the entire coast looks clear for today. temperatures will be warming up. i will show you behind me, things are starting to get going around here. we have the parade that will start at 10:00.
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the festival goes on for two days. live music. arts and crafts, food, here, wine. there is a signature drink called the fog cutter. that sounds very tasty. the parade will kick off a little later. and i get to be in the parade. i'm very excited about that. let's talk about was happening outside. we do have blue skies. that will continue. temperatures will warm up. we warmed up yesterday and that trend will continue. inland areas will become quite hot through the next couple of days. temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. of the second part of the day, 70s at the coast. 80s around the bay. low 90s for inland cities. when i come back we will talk about the festival. the 31st annual. we will talk with the city council person and they will fill us in on the festivities going on. and the money that is raised and how it goes back into the community. if you don't have anything to do yet, you may want to come
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out to the festival. it goes for two days. more on this coming up. >> is this the first weekend we have not had fog at the beach and forever? >> widespread sunshine. it has been a while. >> we will take it and enjoy it. we begin with a developing story up north, the pacific northwest. there have been several developments overnight in a fatal mall shooting in washington state. there is a news conference expected soon. early this morning police announced that a fifth victim, a man, has died from his injuries. manhunt continues at this hour for this man, the shooter. authorities describe him as a latino male wearing a black shirt and armed with a rifle. witnesses say the shooter walked into macy's at the cascade mall in burlington, washington. one hour north of seattle. he opened fire. burlington, 60 miles north of seattle. a shopper said she was in the
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dressing room when she heard what sounded like four balloons popping. and 7 or 8 four. then it got quite. people have been posting pictures on social media of the mall. the gunman shot and killed four women in the makeup department of that store. one man was also shot he was airlifted to a seattle trauma center where he died this morning. investigators say the gunman left the mall, heading toward interstate 5 9. >> we are still actively looking for the shooter. again, we caution people to stay indoors. say -- stay secure. if you see something, say something. >> that is the gunman and right now they are holding a news conference up in washington we will take it live and listen in and find out what's going on. >> thank you for being here. our goal is to give you an update on what we've learned since last night. and to let you know where we're going with the investigation this morning. we will have our incident
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commander amma is the did chief tom mosher from burlington pd along with princeton police chief, man wearing them. we will hear from sheriff will reichert and lieutenant chris from mount vernon pd. they were give you an update on the multiple response team or smart investigation into the shooting. we will also hear from our county coroner. she will give you an update on the process of a victim identification and how we release that information to the families and to the public. then we will hear from burlington mayor, steve sexton. we will have all questions at the end. thank you. >> good morning. my name is tom those are. the assistant chief of burlington. i was incident commander through this event. on behalf of all law enforcement, fire department and support agencies that have responded, i wish to extend our sincere condolences to the families of the victims of this senseless tragedy. at about 7 pm last night come
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officers were dispatched to an active shooter inside the macy's store at the cascade mall. inside the burlington city limits. officers from over 26 agencies responded to macy's. we had upwards of 200 officers on scene at one time. the initial officers that arrived on scene, entered macy's where they located four deceased females and a fifth male was transported by helicopter to seattle hospital. as officers arrived on scene last night, they were put into hasty search teams and responded inside the mall. teams were anywhere from 3-5 officers. we had officers from four counties including three separate tactical teams. we had support teams. we had northwest incident team
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as well as many agencies i can't start to tell you that were there last night. through this event the support made our officers response to this a little easier. this was a long, drawn out process last night. the mall is over 400,000 square feet. our officers, upon arrival humann helped escort the individuals that were employees or shoppers in the store outside. as they proceeded to search the entire mall, they located numerous employees and shoppers that had sheltered in place inside of individual businesses and they were escorted out the building of well -- as well. all our victims, witnesses, that were present at the time of the shooting were located and transported to a local church where they were reunited with family members. at this time we have learned
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that the suspect had already fled the mall prior to officer arrival. we did not know that throughout the search process. the dedicated officers immediately responded. we had officers respond who were not call. they came from as far away as a different part of snohomish county and maybe officers from king county but definitely i lane county, walked in county as well as many federal agencies. all of these officers immediately reported for duty and join teens. -- joined teams. the multiagency response team, smart, has taken charge of this investigation at this time. they are processing the macy's store with the assistance of the washington state patrol crime lab.
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as far as the individual elements of this investigation i will let the lieutenant address those with you. thank you. >> good morning. my name is chris. i'm a lieutenant with the melbourne police department and i'm currently the commander of the smart response team. a little background on the team. it's comprised of about 25 investigators from skagit county as well as the washington state patrol our primary role is typically when serious injury or death involves a situation involving a law enforcement officer, however in these situations when an agency experiences a criminal event where the magnitude of the event exceeds the resources available, the agency can activate smart. in this case arlington police department activated smart.
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our primary role is the investigative component of this scene. as the assistant chief gestated. the first few hours that we were on the scene were primarily in a mode waiting for the entire mall to be cleared. it took several hundred to do that, going through, clearing every room and every note and crannies to make sure that the suspect was not still on scene. what we know right now from security footage that we have recovered is that the suspect entered the mall without a weapon. about 10 minutes later, entered macy's with a rifle. fired multiple times. struck, again, four females ranging in age from a teenager to a senior.
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also a male was struck. all for women were mortally wounded. currently our roll out there and what were working on is basically reconstructing the entire scene. and what that involves is photographing, video, forensic scanning, evidence collection including latent prints, dna, and anything we can do to put the scene back together. we also have a team of detectives that are pursuing tips and leaves that are coming in and i believe either after or during this conference we will be providing you some screen captures from the security footage that we recovered with the best available shots of the suspect that we could recover at this time. so you will be getting that. we are hoping what that will do is open up more leaves and tips from the community so we can
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apprehend this individual. thank you. >> you've been listening led to a press conference out of washington state. we're getting the latest information from the washington state mall shooting. some of the information they just came across. they said they have the surveillance video that shows him coming into the mall without a weapon but 10 minutes later he walked into macy's with a rifle. he then started shooting the victims ranging in ages from teenager through seniors. four females one male. >> over 200 officers were on the scene from four different counties. 26 different agencies. we mentioned four dead, one male passed away. the big thing was, the mall is big. it's 400,000 square feet. they did not know that he had left. they had to go from store to store. a lot of people were sheltering in place obviously because of
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an ongoing shooter. it took a long time to get those people out and say. >> now they have the smart team working on this. they are compiling a better pictures. we showed you some pictures earlier, the surveillance photos of the gunman who was still on the loose. what they are trying to do is get better prices -- heckscher so we can put them out. when we get those -- there it is. it's a little blurry. we cannot see very clear facial features. they are working now to get more and better pictures to disseminate to the public. >> and hopefully get a composite of him out so they can capture the sky. more on that and more of the news of the day when we come back.
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it's 815 it's 8:15 am and is expected to be a warm day across the area. cal fire said there will be extra crews out this weekend as a precaution. they're worried about warm temperatures, dry conditions and low humidity. >> we're at her peak fires
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season stepping up. this weekend we added extra hand crews our delta camp. we're holding all available dollars 24 hours a day to deal with extra fire danger. >> cal fire is reminding homeowners to create defensible space around their property. let's talk about the weather with rosemary orozco and how nice it is out at pacifica this morning for the fog fest and parade today. anyone who knows pacifica knows that fog fest is a very appropriate festival for pacifica. >> yes. but i would be remiss if i did not point out first of all, no fog here. blue skies overhead. it is a beautiful start to the day. a little cool but we can appreciate a. later today it's going to be warm and getting even hotter for the second half of the weekend. let me show you what's going on behind me. the festival is just getting ready as you can see. a lot going on.
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thousands of folks coming out. this is the 31st annual. we have vendors and food. we will have live bands, several just today. 12 bands just today alone. i am going to bring in marianne. a council member in pacifica. thank you for being here. >> i love having people come down and enjoy our festival. >> this is going to be great i'm sure the parade kicks off and just a little bit. let's talk about this community event that's been going on for a long time. you say it is community driven. >> it is. it's all volunteers. olliverre community groups participate and do a food booths and that beverage boots. all the proceeds end up coming back to the community. it's an incredible coming together of everybody. and that's how it got started.
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>> reporter: a lot going on here. the vendors are anything from jewelry to arts and crafts to -- >> you name it. there are food items. next-door you just saw balsamic vinegar's. there are a lot of mixed things, kettle corn, you name it. it's got to be down here. >> reporter: sounds like a good time. and we are going to be here all morning long. we will be taking part in the parade. that is going to be a lot of fun. that kicks off at 10:00. >> grand marshall. >> i'm very excited. thank you for having me. we will be out here all day long and it's going to be gorgeous out here today. 77 degrees with mostly sunny skies. let's talk about the weather. temperatures around the bay area started out in the 50s. they will rebound through the next hour. into the afternoon, 70s at the coast, 80s if you're thinking
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about heading out toward santa cruz. come out here because it's going to be great. 80s around the bay. mid-80s to upper 80s from hayward down through oakland. the south bay it will be one for you in san jose. the inland east bay will be in the low 90s by the second half of the day. we have heat on and it's going to crank up as we get into the second part of the weekend. the national weather service has decided to issue a heat advisory or the entire bay area. a good reminder to stay hydrated. maybe stay out of the sun during the afternoon hours when it is very hot. keep an eye on your little ones. extended forecast -- a slight cooldown on monday but a better cool down into tuesday and wednesday. we're out here all morning long talking about the parade and the festival. it goes on for two days. if they can't come out today, come out tomorrow. the weather could not be better. epi have you worked on your ways? >> c it. >> you are the grand marshall --
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>> is it something like that? >> i will keep practicing. >> nicely done, rosemary. 8:20. another self-driving car involved in an accident. what google is saying about the latest crash.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. 8:22. san jose police say they have found two men suspected
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in more than a dozen robberies. michelangelo lopez and richard lopez were arrested both on wednesday after east san jose home. please send them in targeted immigrants in 13 different armed robberies in the city. several victims reported being beaten and pistol-whipped before being robbed. detectives believe there could be more victims out there and are looking for any additional information. airport officials in san jose have been awarded 2 federal grants totaling more than $15 million. $8 million of that money is for upgrades to the perimeter security system including new surveillance technology. the rest will pay for asphalt to fix a parking area for aircrafts on the southeast side of the airfield. the airport said the grants make possible that the faa and through support. a south bay congressman as well. a new class of cadets have earned their badges in san francisco. damac execute the duties of the
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orifice -- >> congratulations. [ applause ] 46 graduate lined the stage at the scottish rite temple. the recruits completed 34 weeks of training. they include 8 women and 38 men. >> these recruits are more educated than they've ever been before. and they have more exposure because of the internet social media -- this group is smarter than prior classes. definitely smarter than when i came up. >> four of the graduates are heading to oakland where they were undergo an additional 16 weeks of field training. the newly sworn police officers will go through similar four- month training periods. colin kaepernick received a very visible show support from a talented artist. someone painted a mural featuring the quarterback on a ball at 22nd street and telegraph avenue in oakland.
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the artwork includes the phrase, we got your back. he created a firestorm when he refused to stand for the national anthem before football games. no word on who created the mural although it is signed at the bottom with the initials, f, s, see. the sharks open tray yesterday. they added a few free agents including defenseman david schlenker. not all pucks these days are about the upcoming season. one of the few black players in the nfl said that colin kaepernick's protest against racial inequality are on the minds of athletes in all sports. >> the tulsa incident and also in carolina as well. it's been something that needs to come to an end. i see a lot of guys taking
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different stances to it. it something that as a country we need to stick together as a unit and support and love one another. >> he wears the number 42 to honor jackie robinson who broke baseballs color barrier. several bay area cities have made a list of the hottest housing markets in the country. realtor.com rank the cities based on how quickly homes sell in a given zip code. pleasant hill is number 2 on the list. petaluma came in six. san jose was 14th. the report said millennials are feeling the real estate market. >> pleasant hill is not one of the most affordable places in the country. the median price there is $630,000. but relative to san francisco which is a suburb, it's a very attractive place for young people to have a shot at getting into the housing market. >> everything is relative in the bay area.
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the report said homes in the top 20 markets selling about 25 days on average. that is 53 days faster than the national average. >> number one is in texas. we need to check that out. a bruise with a few thorns is being remembered this morning. >> she would insult and talent and fight. >> the legacy of rose pak that she left behind and how friends, supporters and challengers are remembering the chinese community's champion. we will take you on board hawaiin chieftan. we will set sail and take you into a piece of living history. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood...
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there is emeryville heading into berkeley. the east shore freeway. and i think traffic is moving pretty well. look how nice it is out there. it is going to be warm today. you are going to need sunblock and flip-flops. >> spf 60 today. >> and watch the fire danger. welcome back, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat . as mentioned rosemary is in pacifica. >> shias. it's a little cooler down there. >> reporter: it is going to be a fabulous beach day. in pacifica the weather is warming up. the sun is shining. no fog inside. it's called fog fest but they picked this time of year because they do not want to fog for the festival. we will have wall-to-wall sunshine today as well as tomorrow. i want to show you what is going on here. first, let's look at what is
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going outside your door. we started out in the 50s by temperatures are beginning to rebound. we have 60s out there at this hour. we will continue to heat up for the afternoon. 70s at the coast. 80s around the bay, low 90s for hotter spot. more on that coming up. >> reporter: back here live in pacifica, the parade is going to get started in just a little well. the festival goes on for two days. there will be art and wine and food and we're looking at live music playing the entire day. 12 spams lined up for today alone. thousands of folks coming out. i want to give you a sneak peek at one of the cars that will be in the parade and on display for today. this jaguar is a replica of the vehicle that was seen in harold and maude. a very famous movie. an all-time classic. it turns out one of the movie scenes was actually shot in
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pacifica. we will get a load of this car and show you more. hopefully interview the folks who own this vehicle. more on that coming up. in the meanwhile,'s back to you guys. >> we're glad you are riding in the cadillac. >> i would not want to be on that one. 8:32. a funeral begins in 90 minutes from now for longtime san francisco community activist, rose pak , who died last sunday. >> she cared a lot about the city. she cared a lot about people and she cared a lot about chinatown. and she was most effective at doing everything that she did on behalf of so many people. in the most unselfish way. >> a steady stream of people paying respects at last night weight. pak was born in china and moved to san francisco in 1967. she later became a reporter for
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the chronicle. she became a political force in the chinatown community, help raising money for political causes and preferred candidates. >> i fall with her. she was charming on one hand, she was a pain in the butt on the other. she held us all accountable and i grew to love her. >> she was her own one. she died last sunday of natural causes. she was 68. a public funeral begins at 10:00 this morning at the old saint mary's church california street. close friends and former tampa san francisco mayor, willie brown, will deliver the eulogy. and oakland police officer pled not guilty to charges in connection with a sex scandal. officer brian button changes charges of engaging in prostitution and obstruction of justice. she is accused of warning celeste guap who now goes by her birth name, jasmine abuslin, of a police prostitution sting in exchange for sex. he is the first of seven officers from various agencies
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to be arraigned in this case. he is 40 years old, married with children. his attorney calls him a family man who just completed 2 years with the oakland police department thursday night. >> i don't want to talk about his family are other points right now. i will say he is a family man. and obviously it makes the situation that much more difficult. >> this is not about[ indiscernible ] it's about these officers. jasmyne did not work for the city of oakland. >> the city of richmond an ounce it is trying to fire one of its police officers in the disciplining eight others. none of the richmond officers are facing any criminal charges right now. start the city of oakland formally opens the application period for hiring a new police chief. it is a 45 day window and comes after a month of community meetings. the mayor said oakland is looking for a compassionate, reform minded leader. oakland has had three chiefs resign this year. city administrators have been a
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running the department since june. >> parents of a man accused of stealing and crashing a hayward police car they their son was suffering from a mental breakdown this week. the family of jeffery chambers said he was acting erratically thursday, obsessing about his nine-month-old daughter. chambers left the family home. when police arrived to investigate the accident they say chambers, who was being treated by the paramedics at the time, got away and stole an idling police suv. investigators say he reached speeds of over 100 before crashing into three cars east of the san mateo bridge toll plaza. >> he just needs help. that's all i can say. he needs help. and i hope you will get help. and we are really sorry to the police department. we are really sorry to the victims that were hit. >> people injured in the crash near the bridge should all recover. chambers parents say they
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bailed him out of jail and will take him into a mental-health facility. hayward police officers had a car stolen back in may. the department is considering outfitting its fleet of more than 50 vehicles with the new antitheft technology. after snubbing donald trump at the convention, ted cruz has decided to endorse him. cruz made the announcement on facebook and wrote that he made the decision because he promised to support his party. and because he thinks hillary clinton is , quote, wholly unacceptable. cruz finished second to trump in the primary. airing the campaign he called trump a pathological liar and utterly amoral. in a statement trump said he was honored by the endorsement. we are days away from the first of three presidential debates and this weekend, hillary clinton and donald trump are getting prepared. they will face off on monday at hofstra university in new york. clinton's campaign said she has been practicing with a number of mock debates. the truck team has been mostly
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quiet about his debate prep plans. candidates will be asked questions about three topics, america's direction achieving prosperity, and securing america. you can watch monday night's trump/clinton face-off here on ktvu. the debate is expected to 11.5 hours with zero interruptions. we will have a postdebate show with highlights, viewer reaction and analysis. that starts monday at 6 pm right here on fox 2. facebook is launching its first ever nationwide voter registration drive. that will kick off on friday. users who are 18 and older started getting reminders through their newsfeed to go out to vote. users can click the register now button which sends them to the federal government's website. bote.usa.gov. in california the deadline for voter registration is october 24. women in california will be
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able to pick up a year's worth of birth control pills at once instead of the current limit of a three month supply. the governor signed that bill into law yesterday. the measure requires insurance companies to cover the years of supply of birth control medication as prescribed by a doctor. the law goes into effect january 1. a special ship has made its way to oakland's jack london square. >> it will be.therefore towards all weekend long. christien kafton has been at jack london square all morning giving us a sneak peek at it. >> reporter: good morning. we are back on board the hawaiin chieftan. captain, if you can walk us through, we will be setting the sales and show how this looks. >> we will cast out and drop the sale. we were not actually set but we will drop it to see the guys go aloft >> reporter: let's see if. -- let's see it live >> right now the guys will need to climb up the shrouds. everyone thinks of it as a rope ladder. they were climb up. the first point they get to they will need to climb at a 45
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degree angle to get up and over that platform. you can see them starting to go up now. >> reporter: wherever the sale be deployed from? >> the middle one there is called the lower topsail. they will layout on the foot ropes and go out to the ends and undo the gaffe and let it drop down into its gear. >> this really is your means of locomotion. these sales are not for show. >> this is not pretend. we have engines because we aren't 18th-century vessel on a 21st century schedule. sometimes the wind isn't with us and it makes it nice for getting on and off the dock. we will actually go out and sale. >> reporter: we have video of what it looks like when you are out there. you explained to me that the boat has a low draft. >> it really -- she's actually very stable.
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she has 8000 pounds of lead in her bottom to help ballast and keep her down. we can do different things with sail trim also to help balance the vessel further when we are underway. >> reporter: as you make your way up and down the west coast from washington, oregon, you are joking with me and said -- >> we do what we like to do the 70 degrees tour. we chase 70 degrees up and down the coast all year long. when the weather gets nasty in washington, we come down to california. when it starts to get colder here, we had down to san diego. >> reporter: this will be available for folks to come out today and take a look and come on board the hawaiin chieftan and see for themselves what it looks like. >> we are open today and tomorrow from 10:00 through 1:00 ford taurus. we are open by donation. suggestion is five dollars but whatever you feel this experience is worth. it's not every day you have a tall ship in your backyard. >> reporter: how close are we to seeing that sale drop?
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>> they are casting the gas and letting it hang out in the gear. does not much more to it than that. they are untying the sale. >> reporter: i think we had two shots so people can see for themselves what it looks like as that sale starts to come down and deploy. this is the main sale? >> no. this is the lower topsail. we have three square sales on the mainmast and our mainsail is the one you see tied to the mast. it actually comes out for and aft because of our rate design. we are primarily a fore and aft mainsail design. >> reporter: i think we will need to start wrapping for time here but it's incredible watching these sailors get up those lines and back and forth and maneuver around on the mast and the deck. they know this ship. >> these guys have been training. you start as a two week
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volunteer to learn this and from there you are building on the experience over and over again. i started out as a two week volunteer six years ago and now i'm in charge. >> keep in mind too they are probably out on the seas with waves going up and down and climbing up those ladders. that's -- >> i asked him about the. they are like rock climbers. they can say on those lines. what they do in the old days when the ships are going out in the 1850s. they said, they held on.[ laughter ] >> get a hold of something and look out for yourself at every turn. >> hold on tight. >> thank you. representing rescue dogs up next. we meet a puppy who has gone viral. look at that face. always smiling. all dogs deserve to be loved.
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check out that sweet little face. welcome back to mornings on 2.
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that dog is named, bt. he has become an instagramáand he's not just handsome. he is also -- he also has a message for people adding a four-legged friend to their family. he was rescued from the fresno bully rescue. you can look at those pictures and not smile. we are joined in studio with meaty and his owner. hi! that sound -- that is meaty. let's start with his name first. hatted you name him? >> it suits them pretty well. when we got him we were throwing around a few names. his name was tomko like a taco truck withstood sued him well but he looks like a little brown round meatball. >> let's talk about his personality. he likes taking pictures.
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>> he does. he will do anything for food. literally anything for food. we put clothes on him as a joke at first and adjust.. every time accosting comes out he sees the door open and he runs right for it. >> tell us about how these picture started. >> the first time i took a bad picture of him was on her way from the rescue. we were giving him a bath because he was in that panel for a long time. i turned around to get some soap to put in him -- on him at the bath tube and he is just teasing for the camera. from the very first picture i have taken of him, on everyone he has a huge grin on his face. >> you also have more pets. not just meaty. >> he stole the show. >> they are your fur babies. >> tell us about noling meaty
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and what people don't know about him. >> i fell in love with him the first time i met him. mostly it's because of the smile but he is like this all the time. >> except when he sleeps. he snores very lumpy -- snores very loud. >> he does not sleep in the same room with us because of that. >> were you into rescuing dogs before meaty? >> it comes with the marriage. she got me and meaty the same weekend. i adopted meaty 2 days before we went on our first date. >> and you said if you like me, guess what. >> on our subsequent dates, metv would just lay down on walks. he would not go anywhere. joe would have to pick them up and carry him home because he
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would not walk anywhere. >> let's talk about his message. you rescued him from the fresno bowl and rescue. he has 55,000 followers on instagram. what do you want the message to be? >> that rescue dogs are as great as getting a dog from a breeder. people say it's how you raise them. it's not. we got him from the shelter as an adult. we got our last couple from the shelter as an adult. we just adopted and eight-year- old daughter. they are great dogs. some are just phenomenal. >> you have a new app? >> we launched an app on the iowa's 10 sticker store. proceeds go to the bully rescue. we're trying to build them a new place. >> has he changed since you came into your house? >> yes. he was like a three-year-old with mom and dad's credit card that had never been told no
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before. he was so bad. >> we know he smiles but does he do any other tricks? >> let's see one very quickly. >> how about puppy push-ups. >> is he okay on there? >> yes. up. down. up. down. >> good job. perfect. back to you. >> it's amazing what a treat will do. let's take it over to pacific up for the fog fest. that's where rosemary orozco is standing by. take it away. >> reporter: you can see the sun is shining this morning. you can see at bouncing off my face. we have blue sky overhead. no fog to be seen. the coast is clear today. we are looking at a warm-up for this afternoon and warm-up for
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the second part of the weekend. temperatures are beginning to rebound. it started in the 50s this morning and we are now in the 60s. i will have a look at what you can expect into the extended forecast in a moment. let's look at the afternoon highs for today. 77 in pacific up with mostly sunny skies. around the bay, a lot of 80s. mid- to upper- 80s expected. make sure you have sunblock and water. temperatures in the low 90s for inland cities. 92 for areas like concord and livermore. the south bay will also be warm. as we get into the extended forecast, temperatures will climb for the back end of the weekend. a heat advisory was issued by the national weather service. and reminder to stay hydrated and where sunblock. protect yourself if you can. in the afternoon if you're in one of those areas, maybe avoid prolonged sun exposure. the heat advisory will last into monday. monday, not much better. into tuesday and wednesday we will see better weather come
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our way. for the weekend, a lot of sunshine. it will be great beach weather. let's come back to pacifica and the beach where, again, fog fest is getting underway as we speak. we have the parade double kick off at 10:00. that will lead into the festival that goes for two days with a lot of music and food. things are starting to line up behind. i want to take you back to the car i showed you at the beginning. we were looking at this replica. i want to introduce you to one of the volunteers. this is a really cool car. before we get a the car i want to point our photographer that direction. that is actually a very famous parts of the movie. >> yes. that is mary parks, the climactic scene at the end of the movie where the car goes over the edge.
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>> we're talking about harold and maude if you don't know what we're talking about. let's talk about the replica. i heard a cost $625,000 to create and took more than 38 months to put it together. quite the scene. many folks are taking pictures with it. it's a beautiful car. >> it is iconic car. it brings back so many memories . is the classic movie. it will always be out there. >> reporter: for folks with that seen the movie, tickets to that moment when this goes over the side of the hill. >> it is the moment where you think that harold has had enough. that he will take his own life as he threatens to do throughout the entire movie. when the car goes over your left to believe that he is in the car. but after that, the pan up and you see him on top of the hill with a banjo in his hand which is in the back of the car. it is the banjo casket that is in the car. it's very cool. >> reporter: very nice. one of the highlights in the parade for today and on display.
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it's going to be a great time here in pacifica. the festival goes for two days. i will see you back here and just a little bit. coming up, define the odds. a central valley teenager proves nothing will stop her from showing off her school spirit. that story and more when we come back.
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pack your appetite for the ninth annual salsa festival in redwood city. the event features salsa, tequila tasting, three stooges of live music. a lot of dancing, food in a children's play area. the salsa fest will take over 11 blocks of downtown redwood city from noon until 8:00. or had to sausalito for the 38th annual chili cookoff. the event features live music, jumping houses and all the chili you can eat for $10. the cookoff will be at the park from 1130 the cookoff will be at the park from 11:30 pm
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there's a limit 30 a.m. through 4:00. a wheelchair-bound student is refusing to let her physical challenges prevent her from playing a sport she loves. maria mercer has spina bifida, a birth defect that causes nerve damage. she still won a spot on her high school varsity cheerleading squad. for the second year she is playing center in the powder puff football game. it is flag football featuring female players. >> it's fun. it's nerve-racking because i always feel like what if i dropped the ball or what if this happens but i always second-guess myself and i do fine. >> maria thinks her parents for encouraging her to pursue all of her dreams. she tells everyone, don't sit on the sidelines and don't let anything hold you back. more protests coming up in charlotte over a deadly officer- involved shooting. a new round of demonstrations was the graphic video now viral taken by the wife of the man that was shot and killed. >> the suspect entered the mall without a weapon.
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>> a deadly attack at a macy's a store in washington state. when we return, an update from police this morning on the search for the shooter.
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good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday. it is a spectacular saturday, september 24. we are following several stories this morning a lot has been happening. we have the latest from the washington state mall shooting. there was a press conference held within the last hour. they were talking about the
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five people killed and the hundreds of officers that responded. the shooter was still at large. , he is still at large. we will have the latest for you on that. in less than an hour more than 1000 people are expected to pay respects to rose pak. >> she was a longtime activist in the chinese community and in san francisco. she died last sunday. last night there was a turnout for her weight. she never held political office and was widely regarded for her political clout that she held for more than three decades. in 15 minutes we will talk to a cardiologist that is in the bay area this weekend helping a san jose woman promote heart health after a life-changing event. first, let's go to rosemary. >> rosemary packed her bags and went to pacifica in search of dog and found -- fog and found -- absolutely no fog today. >> reporter: no fog for the
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weekend. we're looking at beautiful weather for the festival going on. the 31st annual fog fest. it is going to be a good time. things are just getting started. we have the parade getting ready to line up here. it kicks off at 10:00 this morning. we have marching bands. we have 66 or 67 participants for the parade. the festival goes on for the next to two days. there will be live music, food, beverages, and a fun fest area for the kids. come out. it will be a great time. it's a great cause and all the money raised goes back into the community. let's take a look at the numbers outside our door. we started out a bit cool but with the sun shining, temperatures are rebounding. a lot of 60s around the bay area. low to mid 60s in portions of the east bay. as we get into the second part
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of the day, this warming trend will take our highs into the 70s, 80s and low 90s depending on where you will be. 70s on the coast. 80's around the bay. low 90s inland. even hotter for tomorrow. it will be a little unbearable for some of our inland cities. when i come back we will highlight what's going on around here as this is about to kick off. and we will look at the afternoon highs and your extended forecast. >> you better save your energy. grand marshall at 10:00. authorities have just wrapped up a news conference in the last hour. they were detailing last night attack at the shopping mall attack in washington state. we showed you part of that news conference at the top of last hour. we have developing news overnight that the fifth person died early this morning from his injuries. investigators say they are going to release more images today of the suspect.
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the one you're looking at on your screen was the first image that was released to the media last night. authorities describe the gunman as a latino male with a thin build. he was wearing a black shirt. he was also armed with a rifle. witnesses say the shooter walked into the macy's at the cascade mall in burlington, washington, and opened fire. burlington is 60 miles north of seattle. people posted pictures on social media of what the mall look-alike afterwards. some of the information we got from the news conference this morning was that the gunman came in without a gun, without a weapon that they could see on surveillance video but 10 minutes after he walked in went to the macy's with a rifle in his hand and killed four women in the makeup department of the store. and then a male victim was also shot. he was airlifted to the seattle trauma center where it was announced that he died. in this morning's news,'s officials said the victim ranged in age from teenagers
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through seniors. crime scene technicians are looking for evidence. they are calling this a long and arduous process. the mall is more than 400,000 square feet >> we have no indication this is a terrorism act at this point in time. >> what makes you say that? >> there isn't evidence to point to it at this point in time. >> can you discount that? >> i cannot discount it. but i can't included either. we're still in the very preliminary stages of the investigation. >> what they will say at this point is that they do believe the shooting was committed by a lone gunmen. right now as you can imagine, they have been looking at small security footage but still do not have an identification. investigators say surveillance footage showed him walking into the mall without a rifle. 10 minutes later he was in the
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store with a rifle in his hand. they are trying to figure out where he got it or where it may have been hidden. we continue our coverage on the situation in charlotte, north carolina. all is quiet this morning after a fourth night of protests over the deadly police shooting of keith scott. last night protest was mostly peaceful. demonstrators carried signs chanting and marching through charlotte's business district. protesters were demonstrating against tuesday's police shooting that killed keith scott. they want police to release dashcam and body camera video of that shooting. the wife of keith scott has released her own a cellphone video of the moments leading up to the shooting. the actual shooting cannot be seen but you can hear the shots. >> drop the gun! >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. is not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. >> drop the gun! >> keep, don't let him break
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the window. come out the car. >> drop the gun! >> teeth, don't do it. >> keith, get out the cart! >> don't you do it. >> drop the gun! [ gun shots ] >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him?! >> as you just heard in the video, you in your police said drop the gun and you can hear scott's wife telling the officers her husband does not have a weapon. he had just taken his medicine. witnesses say scott had a book but in the video you cannot see what he had in his hands. funeral services will be held for the oklahoma man that was shot and killed by a tulsa police officer. officer betty shelby has been charged with first-degree manslaughter for shooting and killing terence crutcher last week. shelby's attorney said she drew her gun is that of her taser
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because she thought a was armed but no weapon was found at the scene. the state medical examiner's office in oklahoma's declared righteous death a homicide. shall be turned herself into police yesterday morning and was released on $50,000 bond. if convicted she could face at least four digit years in prison. a funeral begins in less than an hour for a long time san francisco community activist, rose pak. she died last sunday. >> she cared a lot about the city. she cared a lot about people and she particularly cared about chinatown. and she was most effective at doing everything that she did on behalf of so many people in the most unselfish way. >> a steady stream of people paid respects last night. she was born in china and moved to san francisco in 1967. she later became a reporter for the chronicle. she became a political force in the chinatown community and the chinese community, helping raise money for local causes and preferred candidates. >> i fought with her.
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she was charming on one hand, she was a pain in the butt on the other. she held us all accountable. >> she died last sunday of natural causes at the age of 68. the public funeral begins at 10:00 this morning at the old saint mary's church on california. close friend and former san francisco mayor, willie brown, will give the eulogy. if you are looking for something to do today there is a lot going on down the street. on jack london square. >> there is a chance to tour a very special ship. christien kafton has been touring that ship all morning long at jack london square. he is getting ready to shoot a canon. take it away. >> reporter: that's right. i said all holy earlier this morning in what is a trip on a tall ship without a canon? of course we need to fire the canon. the captain has been our host this morning. thank you so much for everything. tell me about the going to we will be firing here.
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>> this is a three pound gun. we fire a four ounce black powder charge. traditionally this gun would have fired a three pound iron ball. close to a half-mile. >> reporter: when you are putting that powder in their, i got a little nervous. i'm not going to lie. >> it's okay. >> reporter: now -- >> now we need to prime this and we are ready to go. are you ready to do this? >> reporter: i am ready to do this. you said earlier to the folks that are on the dock to use earplugs. put your fingers in your ears, guys. >> stand back just a few more feet. prepare for gunfire! fire! >> ringer. >> reporter: this is a little
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taste of what you get on board hawaiin chieftan. it is open for tors. people can come on board today. technically it's free but really what you are looking for our donations. smack we're >> we are open using donations but we will not turn anyone away. we suggest five dollars. that money goes to help us get kids out of the classroom and onto the boat learning about history and setting sail. >> reporter: thank you for showing us your home this morning. a fantastic educational opportunities. this is one stop. you can come down to the square. this is a great way to spend the weekend. >> i think it's a gift that you decided to do a series of live shots and they can nfl live shot at the end instead of at the beginning. >> reporter: the captain and i have been talking about that early. we said maybe find the canon at 7 am wasn't the nicest thing to do. we figured, 830 we figured,
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8:30 am or 9:00 should be okay. >> the folks across the way and alameda are now up thanks to you. >> reporter: i think everyone is awake now. coming up, we will go back to pacifica. we're getting a preview of the pacific coast fog fest with our meteorologist, trent eight, before she heads off to lead the parade in that sweet cadillac right there. promoting heart health. next, a woman turns a story of heartbreak into a movement to save others.
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is that coffee? nespresso. what else? after stabbed donald trump at the convention, ted cruz has now decided to endorse him. chris mac made the announcement on facebook. he said he made the decision because he promised to support his party and because he thinks hillary clinton is , quote, wholly unacceptable. chris mac finished second to trump. he called trump a pathological liar and utterly a mile. in a statement trump said he was honored by the endorsement. we are a few days away from the first of three presidential debates. this weekend hillary clinton and donald trump are both getting prepared. they will face-off monday at hofstra university. clinton's campaign said she has been practicing with mock debates. the truck team has been mostly
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quiet about his debate prep plans. the candidates will be asked questions about america's direction, achieving prosperity and securing america. you can watch monday night's face-off here on ktvu. the debate is expected to run 90 minutes with no interruptions or commercials. we will have a postdebate show with highlights, reaction and analysis. all that is starting monday at 6 pm right here on fox 2. a renowned cardiologist is helping in san jose woman who lost her husband suddenly when he was 46 years old. >> the doctor is in town for the no more broken hearts foundation and fundraiser to spread awareness about heart disease. we have the doctor in studio to tell us about the event and his heart health mission which this woman has taken to as well. >> there can't be any more -- anything more tragic than having this big, look -- good- looking ex-marine and getting a
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phone call that he is gone. victoria said she was going to reach out to others is a they do not have this pain and loss. she is a remarkable one. this is a third event she's had to raise awareness and teach the public there is a way to get tested and not guess if you have heart disease. >> we were talking about whether this is something that doctors are aggressive enough to say, hey, let's get you checked out. you may not have any reason to be concerned. is this something where patients should say to the doctors, i want to do this. >> i would speak to the public and tell them to go at it. you are getting a colonoscopy at a certain age. women's are getting mammograms. this is a hard test. this is a scan of the heart for calcium. it's available in local communities. some university hospitals in san francisco were fundamental in creating this test about 15 or 20 years ago. you need to ask for it. be an advocate. get your heart checked. >> this is been your battle cry
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for years trying to save 1 million people from having these heart attacks which are preventable. >> reporter: absolutely. i spent more than two decades putting stents in people's hearts. the real mission should be upstream. either don't get heart disease or find it years before you were in an emergency room having to have a bypass. this cat scan of the heart can be that upstream detection test. >> how good is that test? >> if you come out with a number that is over zero you do not have any reflexive calcium in your arteries, you have and unbelievable outlook. if you have a high number, you need to get serious and get around a preventive doctor team and dietitian. >> how often do you hear when someone has a heart attack that is devastated that you had no idea. >> all the time. just a few miles down the road, a multimillionaire from the software business about five weeks ago drop dead at 48 the
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big names end up on tv but it happens thousands of times. >> i lost a fraternity brother in his mid-50s. a big guy. he had a heart attack. >> and its women too. >> tell our viewers, what can we do from our dietary side. i know you push -- you are a vegan as well.? in our viewers due to turn the tide? >> whether you go all the way which in this area is an easy thing to do or you are exploring at this weekend -- cutdown processed food. cutdown unprocessed red meats. up your fruits and vegetables. find the artificial milks nelle day that have almond and coconut and soy. just a couple steps. ate an apple a day. fruits and vegetables are not in the american diet enough. >> are you surprised that when you go to these events that people are already tuned in and you asked them if they have not had testing? >> we don't think about it.
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we're not mindful about the fact that this is the number one killer of men and women. about it a third of all men and women will die of what we know is a preventable illness. i will stop until everyone hears the message. find out if your local hospital offers a hard calcium scan. >> tend to be symptomless and still have a heart attack? >> you usually are. absolutely no warning. if you are waiting for that tightness in your chest -- you are either 90% blocked or you are done. >> tell us about the event. >> san jose, no more broken hearts dot info is the website. it's an incredible website to get some information about what to ask for and what to ask your doctor for. >> thank you for coming in. good luck with your event. let's get outside. it's a beautiful day and rosemary is still down in pacifica looking for fog. >> reporter: no such luck.
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not today. in fact i think many folks are happy about the fact that we are waking up with plenty of sunshine. we will continue to with the sunshine of the entire day. a big warm-up coming our way in time for the weekend. let's talk about the numbers at the end. let's look at what is behind me. this police vehicle is going to kick off the parade and just a little bit i have pacific officer might grow with me. this is a cool car. he said this is from 1959? >> a 59 biscayne. it's been here since i started. it was not and original police car. it was restored that we turned back into a police car. but this is what it would have looked like in 1959 on patrol in pacifica. the first thing i mentioned to you was there's no cage between you and the person you arrest. >> that is correct. different times back then. i'm not sure when cages were instituted. i would say probably sometime in the 70s.
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no cage. a big backseat. there's lots of room. >> and no seat belts. >> me felt -- seat belts were not mandatory back then. >> reporter: you will kick off the parade. that is a nice car. very basic like you said compared to what you have now. >> a solid gumball light on top. no light bar across the roof. only one spotlight. just the radio and that's it. >> reporter: thank you. before we run out of time i want to take you to this next military vehicle. hello, gentleman. i want to say thank you all for your service. we are looking at quite the vehicle. let's talk about, first of all, this machine gun behind you. have you ever used one of those? >> no. >> reporter: that looks like it could create a lot of damage.
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what will something like that be used for? >> troop support. i think this gentleman to tell you more about it than i could. >> reporter: i want to point out a couple more things. thank you so much. we have a lot here. we have rope in front. i imagine to pull things in case something is stuck >> always getting stuck. >> reporter: and what is this, sir. what is this? >> that is a siren. >> reporter: that's a siren. what about this? >> that is a 30 caliber browning machine gun. and that is the infamous 50 caliber browning machine. >> reporter: this vehicle is highly stocked. what about this on the back? >> that is a 3.5 is bazooka. this came after the end of world war ii, the beginning of korea.
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it is a handheld antitank rockets. >> reporter: very impressive. thank you so much. i appreciate your time. it is going to be a gorgeous day out here for the parade. hopefully you can make it. the festival will go for two days. the street is lined up with vendors, food, music, marching bands in the parade. this parade is going to kick off around 10:00. after that there will be a lot of fun and live music. food and vendors going on all day today and tomorrow. let's talk about the numbers. the story for the weekend is going to be the heat. upper 70s for pacifica today. around the bay, 80s in the forecast. mid-80s and low 90s for inland cities. and the north bay, warm up for you as well. the heat up will continue for the second part of the weekend. that's when it becomes a little dangerous in some cases.
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be prepared. a heat advisory in place by the national weather service for the entire bay area. that is a reminder to stay hydrated and stay out of the sun if you can. getting up to around 100 for the inner east bay on sunday. a bit of relief on monday. we do have that are weather coming as we get into tuesday and wednesday. out here at pacifico we have sun shining and for the entire coastline today, a lot of sunshine. it will be a great beach day. coming up, unveiling a piece of history. we will get a look at this morning's ceremony where president obama formally opened the new smithsonian national museum of african american history and culture.
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welcome back. the smithsonian's new museum opens in washington dc today.
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right now thousands of people are at the national mall for the dedication ceremony including the president, former president george w. bush. they both spoke for a short time. the museum will display the history of african-americans from slavery through the present. nearly 3000 items dating back to the 1800s will be featured. it is right next to the washington monument. 9:28. we will and early this morning. thank you for joining us. >> mlb pregame and an encore game between the cardinals and the cubs for the wildcard. there is our beautiful rosemary orozco down at fog fest. have a great saturday, everyone. e
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>> if the weather cools down, the race for baseball heats up. today, division rivalries are on display. postseason hopes are on the line. the nl central crown might already have a home in chicago. >> time to separate. >> by the cardinals still have their sights set on october. in the race that began in the wild card, every game matters. because that is spectacular. >> and detroit, defending champion royals look to play the role of spoiler as the tigers continue their fight for a coveted al wild card burn. >> the tigers have a walk-off win!

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