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exciting, so much fun. we're going to go all the way. this is our year dancing and celebrating outside san francisco's chase center after the warriors defeated the dallas mavericks in game one of the nba western conference finals will have more from the fans who think the warriors will go all by the way. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning, may 19th and it was a fun game. fun game. you pump them up. they are back. i enjoyed that thoroughly and guess who's here? i always enjoy the say good morning to reverting and solace with our forecast this morning. is it going to cool down a little bit? just a couple of degrees and some neighborhoods. you won't even notice it. sinbad. i will, because it was like 93 in my house yesterday. yeah everybody and good morning to you out the door this morning. you're going
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to fill it. it feels nice and mild. we had the clear skies over sfo and so far no reports of any local airport delays in or out of sfo, oakland or mineta . international airport. numbers are stacking up in the high fifties and low sixties. however conquered 69 degrees. i checked out a couple of times just a fair if i it it, it's true. it's in the high sixties and throughout many portions of the tri valley back in through concord in antioch, hot and thee have a window visor that goes into effect tonight in our inland areas in our local mountain areas as those winds whip up out of the northwest, 20 to 30, some higher gusts tomorrow will be sunny and breezy as well. and just additional cooling will take place temperature wise. pinpointing your neighborhood from 60 in pacifica outside number of 89. so you know it's going to be like 90 and tracy. perhaps even 90, a mountain house, 76 degrees and fremont and in hayward, how about low eighties and redwood city? we have your full forecast just
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minutes away, but right now, let's send it back on over to sell high there. i was like, where is he? good morning. how are you? good how are you doing, sir? i'm doing very well. thanks for asking. you know what? we're also off to a good start, roberta, when it comes to the commute right now. it looks very nice if you are driving out on the east bay anywhere here, i'm just looking around and traffic continues to look very good. there have been no major problems here. on the freeways. you can see. traffic is moving well on the mcarthur maze commute and noreopened this mort was closed for a time last night . and if you're driving out to the bay bridge toll plaza that looks pretty good. 402 let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal in. we are continuing to follow that developing news in oakland after shooting shut down part of the freeway four hours shortly before 8 30 last night. the chp and police were called to eastbound interstate 5 80 right
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near mills college for a traffic collision. when they arrived, they found a car had flipped over at the seminary off ramp. at least two people inside the car had been shot. investigators still don't know if the shooting happened on the freeway or if the car was on side streets when the shots were fired, and there's no word yet about a motive. officials are not saying how many people were in the car or how many were hurt, but they were taken to the hospital, and investigators are asking anyone who saw the crash or the shooting leading up to it to please call. chp our time now 403 will happening today a special meeting by the palo alto city council about a deadly shooting towards children playing in a park to run for cover. ktvu lamonica peter says the person who was killed is related to one of the newest members of the las vegas raiders. pastor paul baines told me that he spoken with ralph fields family and they're devastated by his death. and now they're just hoping that police can find justice for their
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family and the entire community. we have to come together and fight. um this cycle of violence that plagues marginalized communities. pastor paul baines has been serving the east palo alto community for decades and says this is the first shooting death in the community this year , but that's one death too many . he spoke at wednesday's news conference held by the east palo alto police department. if you see something, say something, otherwise, this is going to happen again because retaliation is what ignorant, stupid minds want to do. we're not going to tolerate this. interim police chief jeff liu described the chaotic scene at jack farrell park and just how dangerous it was. for those nearby was not a random attack of any kind. this incident involved two pairs of people shooting at each other. according to shot spotter recordings. there were three volleys of gunfire totaling 33 shots fired between them. three
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other people were injured during the shooting. police didn't say it feels was one of the shooters and so far have not made any arrest. records also show fields was arrested in 2014 on a weapons charge. feels is also the cousin of nfl player devontae adams, who recently joined the las vegas raiders. what they do not count on is things like this brings all of us together. and when we're all together, there's a power and there's a strength in the numbers, so i know that it will not be tolerated. and yet we will continue to stand to do our part in making sure that justice is prevailed. community leaders are asking any witnesses to please come forward. lamonica peters ktvu fox two news. all right. thank you. lamonica there's a new push to bring ferry service to san francisco's mission. bay neighborhood. assembly member matt haney wants more state money to pay for fast electric ferries in the city, including a new mission bay landing right near chase center.
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price tag $59 million support of san francisco says construction could start by summer of next year and be finished by 2024. all right time now for oh, six. tomorrow night, the warriors were played the dallas mavericks again going for a two games to none lead in the western conference finals last night, the warriors blew out the mavericks 1 12 to 87. look at draymond. yeah this is opened the series like that. thank you. claire. along with making their shots. the warriors had more rebounds, more assists in their defense just tied up the mavericks, who shot 23% from the three point line. steph curry actually sat out the entire fourth quarter. so when you get to this stage, you do have to elevate your execution if you want to win because the competition gets better than you know, dallas is tough. so we, we did a good job with one game. we got to keep doing it over and over and over again. everything right now is very detailed. ah!
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everything matters. um and i'm doing everything i can to help win. andrew wiggins was hot last night two of the series with dallas tomorrow, six pm at chase center, games three and four will be in dallas, and the warriors are now undefeated at home in the postseason. yeah. yeah sellout crowd was pumps even before the tip the game before the game began, and local celebrity chef guy fieri and his son rang that chase center bell dubs fans were the gold blooded shirts. and the warriors yellow shirts to cheer on the team. got the gold shirts, so you know that's classic dubs playoffs, so it's amazing to see honestly. ktvu talked to evan less ler who designed those gold blooded streetwear shirts. he started
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his clothing company out of his apartment at uc davis. is now partnering with the warriors on the gold blooded slogan for the playoffs. did you get one? i hope so. i think emma said she was going to bring me one. you need one. you need one. i have my yeah. i was definitely wearing my warriors gear last night. roberta is ready for it to roberta. good to see you. how's our friend definitely felt warm. the moment i stepped outside. it feels a little subtropical, doesn't it? does we do we have a subtropical flow, but meanwhile we have this little tiny cold from that's actually going to blow through the bay area and more on that, but first things first. let's take a look at our live weather camera. i just love this. you cannot ever get enough of this right? gorgeous view of the golden gate bridge this morning. we're in san francisco. it's 56 degrees north of the golden gate bridge. we have 68 degrees in novato back in through the casio
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this morning 69 degrees and conquered. these are current air temperatures mid seventies and throughout britain would back into discovery bay cooler. in the fremont area back into union city in the mid fifties. now a temperature difference from 24 hours ago this time yesterday we are 14 degrees warmer in santa rosa. 10 degrees more mild in livermore and five and san carlos. the winds are up to 17 at sfo as you get ready to head on out the door, five mile per hour winds at mineta international airport. we have light winds in the north bay this morning, but these winds are going to be increasing throughout the day, and especially by tonight, and that's when we will have a window visor going into place. the northwesterly will rotate to the north and they will increase 20 to 30 mph with occasional gossip to 50 in the highest elevations around the bay area, so we will be sunny and breezy, but additional cooling takes place on your friday. okay i was talking about a little bit of a subtropical flow into the bay area. that's why it feels a
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little muggy out the door this morning. and this right here. it's a dissipating cold front by the time it digs down in a southerly direction, it will fall apart across the central, um, portion of the state of california. i'm talking about san luis obispo into pasa robots so we could see a few high thin clouds, but that's about it. but as high pressure continues to dominate the west coast is going to be another warm to hot day. but not as hot as yesterday when santa rosa topped off at 95 degrees, so pinpointing your neighborhood forecast today. 60 in pacifica. also atmos speech 76 fremont 86 napa. we still have your full forecast, and that's just minutes away. all right. thank you, roberta, a new warning about higher electricity bills this summer, still ahead some of the reasons behind a sharp jump in prices and several big tech companies cutting back on the size of their workforce. you have details on the latest round of layoffs in silicon valley.
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of . police says there aren't enough officers to keep people safe at national parks in san francisco , union leaders say the department only has 11 officers to patrol the areas that include ocean beach, fort mason aquatic park in the presidio. they say that number is supposed to be more than 80 officers, and they're calling it a staffing crisis at the san francisco field office, they say the department is on the verge of collapse. because right now, we as our labor union, uh, feel that it is not safe. to visit the presidio, and it's not safe to, uh, to visit any of these other, um you know, beloved areas of the san francisco metropolitan area. leaders of the park police union say they
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believe part of the reason for the shortages because the federal officers make less than officers with sfpd. they're calling on congress to do something about the low staffing levels time now for 14 big changes are coming to san jose's police department after several police officers were accused of misconduct. ktvu is jesse gary tells us about a new seven point plan that the police chief hopes will prevent problems in the future. series of outside san jose police headquarters. the mayor and command staff gather announcing a plan in their search for a solution to recent misbehavior by some officers. why are these incidents happening? why now? um and we're not entirely sure that's part of what this process is designed to find out. chief anthony marra is proposing a seven point plan aimed at re evaluating every aspect of policing and hiring. move comes after several high profile incidents of misconduct among them an officer allegedly intoxicated while searching for kidnapped baby brandon officials
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say it's not clear how many officers he interacted with. but an fbi agent pointed out the transgression. and rookie cup dijon packer, who was found dead in his milpitas apartment due to a fentanyl overdose, according to the coroner. chief model proposes seven departmental changes in addressing officers needs they include looking at the hiring and background process. the chief wants to have two audits in the next 90 days. more random drug and alcohol testing of members of the department, not just those in specialty units, implementation of a department wide universal mental health wellness check and officer wellness app to bridge barriers and officers getting help. new training for all police supervisors to help them better identify mental health issues. you will not hear excuses. sport inexcusable conduct. you will see action. and the same determination. this department has always shown to improve itself. chief morrow also wants spot audits of all
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body cam video and lastly, changing the laws to allow police chiefs to reveal the name of officers to be terminated for criminal misconduct. i know that chief margaret takes these issues very seriously as i do, and every member of the department takes these issues seriously because the isolated incidents that we have seen come to light. in the last couple of weeks do not represent very high professional moral standards. they're upheld by 99. of our. departments officers chief mara came into office 14 months ago knowing he'd have to make some changes, but the pace of that change has been accelerated because of recent mishaps. he hopes to have more items on his list implemented in the next 90 days. outside san jose police headquarters. just see gary ktvu, fox two news. all right. thank you. jesse stock market futures indicate another lower opening after the huge selloff yesterday, the dow dropped 1100 points the nasdaq down 566. it's
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more than 4.7. and the s and p. 500 also lost more than 100 points in washington, there was plenty of finger pointing to go around. where is the republican plan to deal with inflation, non existent. where is the republican plan to deal with gas prices in a meaningful way? nonexistent right now we've got an administration whose plan is to blame anybody. but them and their policies. these price increases started long before putin crossed into ukraine. now inflation is at the center of the selloff, including higher prices for big companies and consumers. big retailers contributing as well with some disappointing earnings from target and walmart. and they were hit hard because their costs are soaring, and people are not buying as much gas prices. also factoring in climbed again overnight after hitting an average of $4 a gallon in all 50 states for the first time ever. that's
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according to triple a, the national average now 4 58 a gallon. jpmorgan predicts the nationwide average will exceed $6 a gallon by the end of the summer. california gas prices are already there at $6.06 a gallon time is now for 18. well, despite recent layoffs, the experts think tech companies will still be a strong market for the rest of the year. just this week, netflix announced major layoffs and facebook, robin hood and carbonara also recently laid off employees. other companies are putting a freeze on new hire ends. well, i think this is the normal kind of cycling that businesses go through and since we've come off of such a great bull market in such great success in tech, there are a lot of people who have never experienced that. now uber twitter and amazon or among the latest tech companies slowing down their hiring plans , while wayfair and facebook's parent company, meta have put a freeze on their hiring entirely.
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4 18 is the time let's check in with river to gonzales for our forecast. what's the day going to be like? for most of us? i find it a little, um, complicated to explain because it feels muggy outside right. relative. humidity is up this morning. but with the wind shift today, and those winds increasing it's going to dry out the atmosphere so that relative humidity is going to plummet. and then that elevates our fire concerns. hi everybody. good morning to you live weather camera this morning. we have clear skies looking out towards the city of san francisco this morning wall to wall sunshine in the forecast temperature wise at this early hour, very mild and conquered. when i came in early this morning was set 72 degrees after topping off in the low nineties yesterday, so very little calling very little relief 60 centers a cold spot. san francisco 57. degrees of winds are blowing right now. onshore sfo at 17 half moon bay . we see that northerly wind gusting up to 23 months per hour
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temperatures along the coast today, barely at 60 degrees. san jose, five mile per hour winds not reporting it fairfield at this hour and also five mile per hour wind in santa rosa. now these winds are going to be problematic, especially by later on tonight, and therefore, the national weather service has issued a wind advisory in effect for 11 o'clock tonight through five p.m. tomorrow, so additional blowing in the winds for your friday as well and where you see the blue highlighted area. this is where the wind is going to be gusting up to 50 mph. so we're talking about solano county. contra costa most of our east bay, north bay and also the eastern foothills of the centers day area. and with that wind picking up today, it's going to usher the pollen around so again . if you suffer from allergies, it's going to be a very uncomfortable day today due to the tree count grasses coming to play just ever so slightly. here you go. we do have a week. cold front, too right there, digging into california as it continues to surge in a southerly
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direction will begin to fall apart at the seams. now, this is a subtropical dome of high pressure. that's why it feels a bit on the muggy side. but once that dry cold from passes through high pressure continues to flex its muscles and the humidity goes down, and the end result is there's a lot of that. what fuel we've had out there from the april brains is drying out with the increasing winds, so that's why we had that elevated risk of fires, 60 degrees in the coast declared today with increasing winds, mostly sunny and our inland areas dry and breezy. when i say dry again, low relative humidity 16 pacifica 79 degrees in several fell back in through marin city, also including larks, berber also mill valley 76 degrees in hayward all the way through castro valley, including san leandro and san lorenzo, low eighties and redwood city and mid eighties and morgen hill, backing through gilroy tonight with the clear skies and the gusty winds, temperature wise into the
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fifties and sixties, so it will be cooler tonight than it was last night into early this morning, and here is your extended forecast. we are calling for that outside number today, 89, but you know someone's going to top off at 90. perhaps in travis. meanwhile the your extended forecast. it certainly is dry, with temperatures still slightly above average over the weekend, and those winds will remain with us each and every day through about sunday, make it a great day. roberta thank you time before 22. today is a red flag warning day here in the bay area coming up, we'll tell you, the parts of the bay area facing higher fire danger and how firefighters are getting ready for and we have the very latest developments in the national shortage of baby formula. the announcement from the white house in an effort to increase supplies.
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for sparking the coastal fire. the lawsuit says the utility company did not maintain its equipment and trim back vegetation. edison says there was an electrical circuit activity at the same time the fire started, but the exact cause of the fire is still being investigated. the 200 acre coastal fire last week destroyed 20 homes and damaged 1100 hours. hot weather and gusty winds. as roberta has been talking about. it's increasing our fire danger today. solano county will be under a red flag warning today and tomorrow, fire officials say dry vegetation around homes and freeways are the biggest areas of concern. some people are careless and they throw their cigarette butts outside the window, um or chains from people telling their vehicles, recreational vehicles that are aiming to lowly and costs farce. because of the fire danger. the city of fairfield will close the spyglass open space, rolling
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hills open space and the rockville hills regional park until saturday. time is 4 25 is a bay area gets the warmer weather the price of electricity. we'll get more expensive for a lot of us. the u. s energy information to ministrations says the average home will pay 4% more for electricity this summer. the higher prices being driven by supply and demand, especially with natural gas, providing 38% of our power needs here in the bay area, pj and the rates went up 18% this year. it will go up by another 3% this summer. pg and e is also asking to raise rates next year. was something u. s senators want to increase water supply and also modernized water infrastructure all over the west california senator dianne feinstein, along with two senators from arizona, introduced the stream act. it would authorize more than a billion dollars for improvements to water storage, recycling and desalination. this is approved
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the bill set aside millions of dollars were improved drinking water and a low interest loan program for water supply projects. lawmakers passed two bills to try to address the baby formula shortage. now one of the bills would give emergency authority to the week federal nutrition program to relax some of the non safety regulations. the other house bill provides $28 million to the fda to add more inspectors. president biden also invoked the defense production act to boost baby formula production. i have directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's enough safe baby formula . and that is quickly reaching families that need it. the most. this is one of my top priorities. now. the president also authorized flights to import formula from overseas that meet us health and safety standards. student loans are the focus on capitol hill coming up. some lawmakers are taking action to prevent president biden from
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canceling student debt, also a step towards normalcy in ukraine , the latest on the effort to re establish us relations in the capital city of kiev.
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welt way to avoid variants because the less replication the less mutation. as covid cases and hospitalizations continue to rise. the white house is making a big push to get more people vaccinated. the decision we're expecting from the cdc today to open up booster shots to millions of americans. in congress is taking action to tighten up domestic terrorism policy following the latest mass shooting. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto morning. thank you for waking up with us
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here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's thursday. may 19th did you know roberta gonzalez is here? we got to get ready together right there. and she, she knows it wasn't my imagination. i felt the warmth and the heat as soon as i stepped out. and how about the mugginess and the muggy? yeah we have this huge dome of high pressure. it's tropical in nature, and that's why it's muggy this morning, but then it's going to turn drier. as far as the humidity is concerned later this afternoon, and that is why the national weather national weather service yes, has indeed issued a red flag warning in effect right now through tomorrow for solano, the delta and also car keenest straight and then for the entire bay area later on tonight, we have that wind advisory going into effect, primarily the windiest locations. the east bay north bay and also the foothills of the santa clara valley. temperature wise today, 60 to 89 degrees. it will be a little cooler than yesterday. but right
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now mcgee and 69 degrees in concord, 61. in livermore. that is a true number right there. 75 degrees in brentwood, backing through the delta and low sixties in redwood city. so again the bottom line today sunny. not as hot as yesterday when we talked off at 95 in santa rosa, that wind advisor goes in effect tonight, and then friday will be sunny, breezy and a tad cooler. today's number stacking up from 69 in san francisco. 87 degrees in concord point was warm at the a's game yesterday. 76 degrees there today, down from the low eighties and down 10 degrees from 95 to 85 in santa rosa. we have that we can outlook that's still straight ahead. but right now, let's say good morning to sell castaneda. alright roberta. good morning to you and good morning to you at home if you are driving anytime. soon there is a grass fire sottocorno one in sunnyvale, south bend one on one of the pharaohs exit. now the fire department is there doesn't look like it's going to
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progress much further. or much? yeah, in that area, so just give yourself a little extra time. if that's your commute, it is light out there, though. this is a look at the bay bridge and that traffic is looking good. now at 4 32. let's go back to the headlines happening today. president biden today will meet with the leaders of sweden and finland at the white house. the president will talk about the plans by finland and sweden to join nato. as well as security for europe and support for ukraine. both finland and sweden officially submitted applications to join nato, saying the russian invasion of ukraine convinced them to no longer stay neutral. the u. s embassy has resumed operations in the ukrainian capital city of kiev. about a dozen embassy employees were there for reopening ceremony, which included the raising of the american flag, according to the state department, diplomats are returning on a permanent basis. they were relocated to the western city of lviv shortly before russia launched its invasion. fighting does continue
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in the east, but officials have decided the capital is secure enough for a full time return. in the russian military says more than 1700. ukrainian fighters have been taken from the steel plant in mariupol, where they had been holed up for months. they were taken on busses to territory controlled by russia. the red cross says it has registered hundreds of them as prisoners of war. russia says 80 of the soldiers were injured and are receiving medical attention time now for 34 happening today, a c d c advisory committee is meeting its expected to recommend covid booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11. a cdc recommendation is the final government hurdle following this week's fda authorization of a fighter booster shot for elementary school aged children and these children could get the third dose as soon as this weekend, but it doesn't seem like there will be a lot of demand at the moment. but only 30% in this age group have received the first
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two fighter doses and vaccinations open to them last year. stop pushing it on the kids. stop pushing on the parents let everyone make their own decisions, excited for it to some degree because they already had their first shot and second shot. and they felt empowered. now some parents have younger children have been wondering when children under the age of five will be allowed to get the vaccine. the fda is expected to evaluate study results from fizer and or moderna next month. for the man has been charged with a deadly shooting at a southern california church mail documents to a chinese language newspaper. before that, shooting attack officials say that david chow said seven volumes entitled diary of an independent destroying angel to the world journal office in los angeles. the newspaper says it didn't get the papers until monday, the day after the shooting. a roommate of child, says the man who recently told him he felt the taiwanese government was corrupt
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child was charged with one count of murder, five counts of attempted murder. he is expected to enter a plea to those charges when he goes back to court next month. for the 18 year old man accused of killing 10 people out of buffalo, new york supermarket is scheduled to be in court today. peyton gender ons court appointed attorney has already entered a not guilty plea on his client's behalf. we are now learning that gender on posted an online invitation to a small group of followers to read his detailed plan about half an hour before the attack. some of those people accepted the invitation to read the plan, but it's not clear how many read his posts of new york is asking the state atto social media platforms he used could face civil or criminal liability. the social media platforms have to take responsibility. they must be more vigilant in monitoring the content, and they must be held accountable for favoring
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engagement over public safety. the governor also signed an executive order tightening new york's red flag law. gender on was held two days before a mental evaluation last june after he reportedly told the teacher that he wanted to commit a murder suicide. but his name was never entered on a list that could prevent him from buying a gun. late last night, the u. s. house of representatives passed legislation that could help prevent more cases of domestic terrorism. the bill would require the justice department, homeland security and the fbi. to open offices dedicated to intelligence sharing, including threats posed specifically by posted by white supremacists and neo. that bill passed uh, 222 22 oh, three. it's similar to a measure that the house passed two years ago but never made it out of the u. s. senate. people
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in oakland say they're committed to standing in solidarity with the victims of recent mass shootings and their families. this video is vigil yesterday outside of oakland city hall included music and prayer and a sense of community for the hundreds of people who gathered them. we've got healers. they've got music. we've got speakers. we're not just going to mourn. we're going to celebrate black life and we affirm our commitment to fight white supremacy wherever it may sprout its ugly head. how organizers say it's important to speak out against hate and acknowledge the harm it causes, including the cases that don't make national headlines. another rally in san francisco included elected officials and community leaders who came together for an anti violence rallies. city leaders in the activists from the community say it will take everybody coming together to denounce gun violence, hate and intolerance around the nation. it's horrific. it's unacceptable. we cannot allow it
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to happen. and yet if we're going to stop it, if we're going to prevent it, we must remember. as dr brown said. racism and white supremacy have deep roots in this country. district attorney boudin's as among other things, remaining budgets he submits. the city hall will include funding for victim services and that his office will work with the department of justice to get guns off the streets. it's 4 39 back over to roberta to check in on our weather forecast. i know there's a lot of concern about the fire danger with the winds, and there's a lot of convoluted information out there because it will say something like zone to 13 wind advisory now zone to 14 red flag tomorrow, you know, so the bottom line is it's going to get windy and those winds are going to dry out the grasses and our inland areas, and therefore it elevates our fire risk. so please be very mindful of that.
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right now. looking outdoors, clear skies. we do have not even a cloud to report. no coastal, stratos says. well temperature wise were very mild 57 degrees, one of the cool spot san francisco, but it is 69 degrees in clayton. ending conquered san jose sports 60 now if you want to compare this morning to just 24 hours ago when you were getting ready to head on out the door were 14 degrees warmer. 14 degrees warmer and santa rosa. that's because yesterday we had a high temperature 95 degrees, and so it's very slow to cool down. we are 14 degrees warmer, also inland in concord and seven degrees more mild in the san carlos area. the wind has been whipping up along the seashore also at sf. oh look at that 1.5 moon bay with the guts up to 28. that is going to be the scenario throughout the day. today the winds will be increasing in our inland areas calm right now and throughout the tri valley, but that will change by mile per hour winds and santa rosa and seven in oakland backing through
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piedmont, a window advisory for east bay our north bay and our santa clara foothills goes into effect at 11 o'clock tonight throughout the day tomorrow until five pm seven. these gusts in the highest elevations up to 50 mph. we had the passing of this dry cold front as addicts to the south to follow part around pismo beach and also san luis obispo. but a few of these high think clouds may drift in from time to time. but again, i want to go ahead and roll this out for you. we have that red flag warning, and it goes in effect for some of the areas outside of the bay area at 11 o'clock this morning again, the delta, solano county and the cortina straight and then the wind advisory. that's pretty much less win, but those guns are still gonna be up to 50 mph. now as far as your temperatures are concerned, 60 degrees in pacifica 2 89 degrees outside number towards fairfield. you know somebody's backyard will hit 90 degrees, so we're going to have that full forecast, including the weekend that's still straight ahead. all right.
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on a decades old vinyl and just like that, you are transported back in time through the voice of a teenage girl growing up in 19 sixties saigon. um 12 years old and. one of mm musician in my neighbor. and. he teach me how to sing it. by the time she was 17 from tom was singing every evening at the nightclubs . now even at 77, tam says, when she closes her eyes, she remembers when i sing and my eyes closed. and i think about you know, that's why my feeling and my emotion back then, she says, all anyone wanted to hear was american rock and roll. some like a swing and some blue, you
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know, i love paris. why away? do i love paris? because my love is here. but she also spent time in the recording studio, although there she only sang vietnamese rock them now. visual with money they don't want said to regarding american song at that time, all the vietnamese are in the mid sixties, she met her husband, and she says she thought that was the end of that story. came to us is 1975. yeah. the end of april. and why did you come here? because the communists over the south vietnam, you know that's why i have to go. she settled in the south bay, where she and her husband raised three children. her oldest daughter, hannah, says there was always music in their lives. it was singing in the kitchen at the karaoke
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machine in the car, and, um over the phone, but tam never talked about her past or the fact that she's been called vietnam's first rock star. in fact, it wasn't until 2019 when a movie producer wanted to use what they thought was one of tam's songs that she told hannah about her past life, i say before i am am singer. i have an album. yeah, believe you. i don't know. and i was like, okay, tomey. okay let's go back. let's rewind told me all about the song and the movie and the recording. you recorded a song. that they want to use. and that started me rolling and researching and emailing and spending countless hours online. trying to figure out my mom's passed. that's
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amazing, like the whole time, uncovering and going really? yes exactly. more incredible was the unbelievable collection of tam's music that had been preserved by fans from around the world. i had no idea that this group of people, um we're out there, salvaging. pre summary five music that has been destroyed by war and neglect. and um, really, rachel. but those vinyls had been worn down by time. i was floored by the story. that's when hannah found a london based independent producer, mark burgess. so hannah reached out to me and i signed up immediately. i was sold what we're lucky to have are these documents? um that help us sort of peace, this fragmented puzzle of vietnamese music and cultural history. because understanding vietnam's music history is, in
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my opinion, still very much a work in progress. the story of her mother that hannah is just getting to know, translated all of the songs. from vietnamese to english. she looks so country but she's singing rock and roll rock and roll. i like this one because you are very strong and a little bit. um. mean looking. but very sexy, sexy, sexy. a story told every time tim closes her eyes and sings your ums open y. and blows me inside. i every time the cd plays or this needle takes a turn. the story of the music and the girl. you could keep a secret for like a super
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long time. five years. finally a secret, no more world always. welcomes lover as time. good news. bye. san jose claudine wong ktvu fox two news. what a gift to have that voice back. incredible mom. has it love that story. claudine and the musical collection is called magical night. saigon surf, twist and soul. fantastic her music is available on sublime frequencies. it will ship next month. and it comes with booklets with more on the remarkable story of fontane. wonderful. yes. well the vietnamese american service center in san jose, providing some vital resources to the community it opened last year and demand has soared. the
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services they offer include healthy meals, dance, yoga classes and health services, including dental and pharmacy. at times they come. not sure i'm not knowing all the services provided they heard about the vast they know that if they come , they can ask questions. they can speak to somebody who speak their language and could help them with the multi services that they need. many of those who use the center our seniors, and they say the visits helped create a sense of community. now you can see all of our stories on this asian american pacific islander heritage month. just visit ktvu dot com slash a p i time is 4 51. i'm still thinking about that beautiful stringing. she was wonderful. get her music i would like to hear more can sing. roberta roberta. no don't don't turn around. you can sing as well as tell us our forecast. my mother used to always say, what do you do with the money? and i said, what money? because
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the money i gave you for singing lessons. but you know, it's so mild outside. i have goose bumps because of that story, right? lovely just lovely. i'm in line to buy the music as well. pam hi, everybody. good morning to you as you are getting ready to plan your day you can bank on another day that it is unseasonably warm. but not as hot as it was yesterday. clear skies currently at 4 52 this morning rise and shine. it is 61 degrees in santa rosa after topping off at 95 degrees on wednesday. it is currently 60 instead of say, and conquered at 69 degrees, gusting winds currently in half moon bay at 28 mph. on the other side of the bay. we have a slight breeze and hayward. same is true right now in concord and in oakland, napa at three. fairfield's pick it up wind now just under 10 mph, but that's where the winds will gust later on tonight, upto 50 mph in these winds today, ushering the
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pollen around it's the tree counter remains on the high side . now here's the bottom line. for today, we're going to have the sunshine, maybe occasional high. think cloud. that's about it. not as hard as it was on wednesday. that's going to be the hardest day of this work week. and then that window visor goes into effect later on tonight. we're inland areas. we're talking north bay east bay, also the foothills of the santa clara county. and on friday it will be breezy to downright windy with the sunshine. so this is a dry cold front right here and you're noticing it's fallen apart at the seams by the time it hits the central coast side around san luis obispo, atascadero, pismo beach, also shell beach. it will fall apart at the seams , but we will be the recipient of a few high thin clouds and that there's a little muggy this high pressure is some tropical in nature. but once it's dry, cold from breezes through and high pressure builds in, it's going to dry out the atmosphere . so the relative humidity goes down, and it does elevate the fuel risk here in the bay area, so the potential for fire danger
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does increase today. a very dry day sunny with the increasing winds out of the north. 20 to 30 mph by tonight with those guts in the highest elevations up to 50 mph pinpointing your neighborhood forecast 79 degrees in san mateo to 82 degrees and alejo and venetia backing through rodeo mid eighties around gardenville. also healdsburg, 86, degrees sonoma and napa, otherwise low in mid eighties will be coming across. the santa clara valley or outside number. today is 89 degrees, but again, somebody's backyard will top off at 90 degrees, extended forecasts. additional cooling does take place on friday, but the winds will continue to blow more in the relative humidity dry weekend a little bit more seasonal, and then we warm back up again by monday. i hope you have an excellent day, pam. thank you, roberta. a nightmare scenario unfold that an east palo alto park coming up. we have details on the shooting investigation that sent kids running for safety in the middle
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of the day. it was an historic moment for the us national women's soccer team, and we have local reaction to the landmark deal after years of fighting for equal pay. and a thief targeted a bay area mosque. not once but twice and now police believe they believe he has hit other local houses of worship. another crazy day? of course—you're a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business. with fully integrated security solutions all in one place. so you're covered. on-premise and in the cloud. you can run things the way you want
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anda thief who they say still thousands of dollars in donations from a mosque not once but twice. ktvu crime reporter henry lee tells us the suspect has been seen on surveillance cameras. this is surveillance video showing a man in an adidas hoodie breaking into the back door of the daily city islamic center about two weeks ago break into the doors. they went inside. i also break into the
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office of president nabil forest , says the man pried open donation boxes installed about $1000 in cash. here he is rummaging through the office, but that wasn't the last of him. the same man came back to the mosque on tuesday morning and take a look. he actually stops to look at pictures of himself posted outside the mosque. he doesn't even flinch. that's the time he saw his pictures, and he was like making fun out of it or something like that. he was like, oh, i'm picture with eddie. he didn't seem to care. so we went around to the back again noticed that there were now two locks at the rear door, so we jimmied open a window and climbed inside. he ended up on the second floor prayer room and stole even more money. when i walk in, i saw all the donation boxes open totally open. in both cases, the intruder forces way inside in between two morning prayers each day, there are five prayer sessions. forest says the man will get what's coming to him for stealing from a house of worship, even when he took the money from here. god will take her from him in a different way. he's not stealing it from like a
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rich people or something like that. he's taken her from the hand of god. forest, says the irony is that if the man had gone to the mosque to ask for money, they would have helped him out the money. what we get in sp the rent me the electric be this be this, but we are able to help if he needs help if he comes to us in a nice way. but because he did not come to them in a nice way. the mosque wants justice in hopes he doesn't come back a third time. the same man is suspected of similar break ins at mosque in south san francisco, san francisco and mill valley in daly city, henry lee ktvu fox studios, but we have a developing story in the east bay right now, what we know now about a shooting in oakland , where several people were shot and interstate 5 80 near mills college had to be shut down. sports the warriors are so exciting, so much fun. we're going to go all the way. this is our year dancing and celebrating outside of san francisco's chase center after the warriors defeated the dallas mavericks in game one of the western
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conference finals, you'll hear more from the fans who think the warriors will go all the way. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning. may 19th i like all the dancing dancing to? absolutely it was a great game. super fun to watch. roberta gonzalez joins us now with our forecast as we head into the weekend, and we're going to have another home game at chase center tomorrow night will be out and about is it going to be pretty nice? i'll be there. ok yeah, i'm excited to do we all watched the game last night and it difficult going to bed last night. lead replaying jordan pool and my mind. he's awesome. they're all right, everybody. good morning to it's a replay on what you can expect as far as the weather's concerned, just a couple of degrees cooler will barely
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notice the difference unless you're along the seashore right now, looking outside. we do have temperature wise 56 7 francisco notice her inland areas. conquered very slow to cool after yesterday's highs in the nineties, it is 69 degrees there . yeah, high sixties. meanwhile, 59 in center rose after top enough at 95 degrees yesterday of 59 san jose. here's what you need to know. today your weather headlines. we have sunny skies. the winds will increase during the day northwesterly to 20 gusts to 45. we have a wind advisory that goes into effect for inland areas, including our local mountains and friday will be sunny and breezy with an elevated fire risk temperatures from 60 to 89. we've got your full forecast coming up right now. so with the heat on for you yesterday yeah, it was kind of a little warm there yesterday, roberta. and you know, i didn't have to say i didn't mind it that much. good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at what we have and part of it has been the bay bridge
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tall plants that looks pretty good with no major issues. been looking around for traffic that we don't have a lot of. we do have a little bit of beginning to slow traffic here at the altamont pass on 5 80. but once you get delivered, martin looks pretty good. at 501. let's get back to the headlines. thank you, sal, the chp and oakland police working together to investigate another shooting. ktvu s amanda quintana live in oakland, talking about this one happened on or near interstate 5 80 not far from mills college, but they're still trying to piece all this together, amanda. yeah that's right. good morning . officers responded to that crash just before 8 30 last night that was on seminary on the on ramp there on 5 80 eastbound when officers arrived. they found a car had overturned and the people inside of that car had gunshot wounds. chp tells us the victims were in a black nissan sedan. first responders were seen making their way down the embankment to get to those victims. and then
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carried them up on stretchers. they were then taken away in an ambulance, a cellphone and a license plate were recovered at the scene. right now, we don't know what led to the shooting and the chp in oakland police department are still trying to determine where this all started . freeway shootings in the east bay have become all too common with several high profile, senseless killings. over the last few months, including two year old jasper will and cal basketball hall of famer jean ransom now, just last week, governor gavin newsom announced a pilot program that would install 200 cameras. at 50 locations on california highways , including in the east bay. we hope that this prevents crime from ever occurring, but if it does occur, we'll have an investigative tool to come. help us be successful. the cameras are slated to be placed on interstates 80 and 5 80 highways 24 4, along with other locations . oakland mayor libby schaaf has
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been pleading for help to catch freeway shooters. and asked the governor for these cameras back in december. we don't know yet exactly where those cameras will be placed. we also don't know yet when those will be installed there. i've reached out to chp in regards to last night's shooting. we are trying to get more information on the condition of those victims, and we will bring that to you when we get it. live in oakland. amanda king thanet. ktvu fox. two news, amanda. thank you time . five. oh, four happening today , especially meeting by the palo alto city council about a deadly shooting that forced children playing in a park to run for cover. ktvu harmonica. peter says the person who was killed is related to one of the newest members of the las vegas raiders. pastor paul baines told me that he spoken with ralph fields family and they're devastated by his death. and now they're just hoping that police can find justice for their family and the entire community. we have to come together and
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fight. um this cycle of violence that plagues marginalized communities. pastor paul baines has been serving the east palo alto community for decades and says this is the first shooting death in the community this year , but that's one death too many . he spoke at wednesday's news conference held by the east palo alto police department. if you see something, say something, otherwise, this is going to happen again because retaliation is what ignorant, stupid minds want to do. we're not going to tolerate this. interim police chief jeff liu described the chaotic scene jack farrell park and just how dangerous it was. for those nearby was not a random attack of any kind. this incident involved two pairs of people shooting at each other. according to shot spotter recordings. there were three volleys of gunfire totaling 33 shots fired between them. three other people were injured during the shooting. police didn't say
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it feels was one of the shooters and so far have not made any arrest. records also show fields was arrested in 2014 on a weapons charge. feels is also the cousin of nfl player devontae adams, who recently joined the las vegas raiders. what they do not count on is things like this brings all of us together. and when we're all together, there's a power and there's a strength in the numbers, so i know that it will not be tolerated. and yet we will continue to stand to do our part in making sure that justice is prevailed. community leaders are asking any witnesses to please come forward. lamonica peters ktvu fox two news our time now 506, the body of a missing oakland woman has now been found almost 18 years after she was murdered. her name was cynthia, linda or alonso. she went missing on thanksgiving day, november 24th of 2004. she was last seen getting into a car with her boyfriend, eric moron.
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now in 2016 mora later confessed to killing her and provided the general location of where to find her body. but it was never found. a few weeks ago, a work crew found her body in a shallow grave wrapped in tarps near seventh and maritime streets in oakland. there's a new push to bring ferry service to san francisco's mission bay neighborhood. assembly member matt haney wants more state money to pay for fast electric ferries in the city, including a new mission bay landing near chase center. the price tag $59 million support of san francisco says construction could start by summer of next year and be finished by 2024. alright time is 507. tomorrow night, the warriors will play the dallas mavericks again going for a two games to none lead in the western conference finals last night, the warriors just blew out the mavericks 1 12 to 87 to open their series along with making their shots like that one. the warriors had more of rebounds and assists and their
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defense tied up the mavericks, who shot 23% from the three point line. curry actually rested the entire fourth quarter. i'm enjoying every bit of this. and no players as well. draymond is because you know we haven't played meaningful games and at this time of year, you know, and you know, two years so special, you know, i still take pride in my defense, no matter what people say for lost or not, i still think i'm a very good defender. and then steps in the lanes. obviously draymond they are great game to start six o'clock tomorrow night at chase center games three and four will be in dallas. the warriors are undefeated at home in the postseason. yes sellout crowd pumped even before that game started local celebrity chef guy fieri and his son rang the chase center. bell dubs fans were geared up and ready. i got the
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gold shirts, so you know that's classic dubs playoffs, so it's amazing to see honestly. now that's evan less ler who designed the gold blooded streetwear 10. years ago, we started his clothing company out of his apartment at uc davis, and now he is partnering with the warriors on the cold blooded slogan for the playoffs. love it. very exciting. alright time is 509. roberta's excited about that, but she has to tell you about your weather for this thursday first. it almost feels like it's summertime. it does, especially with the dry conditions, and i think we have that elevated fire risk almost 12 months a year anymore and today certainly we will have some very low relative humidity , and it will continue through friday morning, everybody. a wind advisory goes into place tonight for right there that blue highlighted area. which encompasses the north bay, east bay, the foothills the senate clara valley, and then you see
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solano county. it's highlighted. that's because of red flag warning goes into effect for them at 11 o'clock this morning, including the car keenest straight and certainly the delta where those winds will be whipping up. oh, my goodness! isn't that glorious and see these clouds show you where those clouds are coming from momentarily. but right now, let's share this information with you. current air temperature. it's 69 degrees in concord. high sixties at this early hour 59 degrees in santa rosa, also in san jose. winds have been gusty right now, pulling back slightly half moon bay at 11, but we have seen those winds up to 28 mph now with a temperature change this time. yesterday morning. yes 11 degrees warmer in half moon bay also went throughout the tri valley is more mild this morning and conquered and in petaluma than 24 hours ago and seven degrees warmer and mountain view . you're going to feel the difference. okay here's the wind speed. currently sfo 21 mph. but
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across the bay and hayward, calm winds. also, that is the case in mountain view. the winter comin epa and i'm sharing these wind speeds with you because that's going to change in a hurry, especially this afternoon when the winds out of the northwest increased 10 to 20, but we will see some of those gusts up to 45 mph in the higher elevations tonight that window buys ary goes into place. those clouds we were looking at from our lives, whether camera right here. it is a dry cold front and it's blowing through the bay area. but as it saxon southerly direction, it's going to fall apart at the seams across the center coast side around the san luis obispo area. atascadero paso robles, piz boe and shall beach. so a few i think clouds from time to time. all these things, mcgee this morning is because of that, right there. this huge dome of high pressure. it's of tropical in nature. but once that dry cold for insides by it's going to really build in dry out the atmosphere, humidity goes down and some locations into the teens and temperatures will bake between 60 and pacific at 89 degrees are outside number
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in fairfield seventies, coming around the central bay in 81 in san jose, we have the weekend forecast that's still coming up. all right. thank you, roberta. a new warning about higher electricity bills this summer, still ahead some of the reasons behind a sharp jump in prices and several big tech companies are cutting back on the size of their workforce. we have details on the latest round of layoffs in if you're a small business, there are lots of choices when it comes to your internet and technology needs. but when you choose comcast business internet, you choose the largest, fastest reliable network. you choose advanced security. and you choose fiber solutions with speeds up to 10 gigs
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the department is on the verge of collapse. because right now, we as our labor union, uh, feel that it is not safe. to visit the presidio, and it's not safe to, uh, to visit any of these other, um you know, beloved areas of the san francisco metropolitan area. leaders of the park. police unions say they believe part of the reason for the shortages because the federal officers make less than officers with sfpd, calling on congress to do something about the low staffing levels are time now. 5 15 big changes are coming to san jose's police department after several police officers were accused of misconduct. ktvu is jesse gary tells us about a new seven point plan. that the police chief hopes will prevent problems in the future. outside san jose police headquarters, the mayor and command staff gather announcing a plan in their search for a solution to recent misbehavior by some
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officers. why are these incidents happening? why now? um and we're not entirely sure that's part of what this process is designed to find out. chief anthony marra is proposing a seven point plan aimed at re evaluating every aspect of policing and hiring. the move comes after several high profile incidents of misconduct. among them an officer allegedly intoxicated while searching for kidnapped baby brandon officials say it's not clear how many officers he interacted with. but an fbi agent pointed out the transgression. and rookie cop dijon packer, who was found dead in his milpitas apartment due to a fentanyl overdose, according to the coroner. chief model proposes seven departmental changes in addressing officers needs they include looking at the hiring and background process. the chief wants to have two audits in the next 90 days. more random drug and alcohol testing of members of the department, not just those in specialty units, implementation of a department wide universal mental health, wellness check
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and officer. wellness app to bridge. barry is an officer's getting help. new training for all police supervisors to help them better identify mental health issues. you will not hear excuses. sport inexcusable conduct. you will see action. and the same determination. this department has always shown to improve itself. chief morrow also wants spot audits of all body cam video and lastly, changing the laws to allow police chiefs to reveal the name of officers to be terminated for criminal misconduct. i know that chief margaret takes these issues very seriously as i do, and every member of the department takes these issues seriously because the isolated incidents that we have seen come to light. in the last couple of weeks do not represent very high professional moral standards. they're upheld by 99. of our. departments officers chief mara came into office 14 months ago knowing he'd have to make some
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changes. but the pace of that change has been accelerated because of recent mishaps. he hopes to have more items on his list implemented in the next 90 days. outside san jose police headquarters. jesse gary ktvu, fox two news. thank you. jesse stock market futures indicate another drop this morning on the opening after that huge selloff yesterday. the dow dropped 1100 points, the nasdaq down 566. that's more than 4.7% s and p 500 down as well. looks like another percentage point drop on the opening. and in washington. there's plenty of finger pointing to go around. where is the republican plan to deal with inflation, non existent. where is the republican plan to deal with gas prices in a meaningful way? nonexistent right now we've got an administration whose plan is to blame anybody. but them and their policies. these price increases started long before
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putin crossed into ukraine. now inflation is at the center of the selloff, including higher prices for big companies and consumers. the retailers also disappointing wall street target and walmart hit hard because their costs are soaring, and people are not buying as much with all those high prices. speaking of high prices, gas prices climbed began overnight after hitting an average $4 over $4 for all 50 states for the first time ever. that's according to triple a, the national average now 4 58 a gallon and jpmorgan chase predicts the nationwide average will exceed $6 a gallon by the end of summer, of course, california gas prices already there at $6.06 a gallon 5 19. despite greece and layoffs, experts think that tech companies will still be a strong market for the rest of the year. now this week, major layoffs were announced that netflix and facebook, robin hood and carbon also recently laid off
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employees. other companies are putting a freeze on new hirings. i think this is the normal kind of cycling that businesses go through and since we've come off of such a great bull market in such great success in tech, there are a lot of people who have never experienced that. no uber twitter and amazon or among the latest tech companies to slow down their hiring plans, while wayfair and facebook parent company meta have put a freeze on their hiring entirely 5 20 the time back over to roberta. talking about those high winds. we're worrying about the dry hills. now as we head into summer closer to summer, you're spot on. i think we have to worry about that all the time now. in fact, yesterday i saw this big plume of smoke when i was driving too fast road 5 80 heading east and so i called up our simon does and it was a vegetation fire. and even those tiny little fires can grow very rapidly. few of those, and for anyone who thinks about throwing
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a cigarette out their window. don't do it. or how about even using one of your lawn mowers that might be could be to nature, you know, get a spark from it or any just be very mindful. we have elevated fire risk today and especially tomorrow as the winds continue to increase here in the bay area . morning, everybody wind advisory goes into place tonight through tomorrow until five pm for that blue highlighted area and then where you see the red highlighted area that is solano county, the cockiness straight and the delta all red flag warning in effect by 11 o'clock this morning. these winds are going to blow an excess of 45 to 50 mph. all these beautiful clouds aren't those gorgeous all associated with the dry cold front that is breaching to the bay area right now. temperature wise is 55, san francisco and across the bay and oakland, emeryville and alameda checkout conquered and clayton high sixties. it is now. 60 degrees in fairfield. it is 74 degrees
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this morning and brentwood all the way back through discovery, but you know, somebody's on that golf course and disco bay 54 half moon bay. the winds right now along the seashore up to 22 mph 21, sfo calm across the bay and to hayward back into your sand, laurinda lorenzo in san leandro, and calm winds in mountain view. it is common open and the reason why i want to share this data with you is because he's wins will be increasing today out of the northwest 10 to 20 some guts up to 45 mph in the highest elevations. that really does blow the pollen around the tree count remains on the house side. temperatures today will be slightly cooler than yesterday, but still mostly sunny skies with that wind advisory in effect by tonight and sunny and dry for your friday those high clouds all associated with that right there that very dry called front that is really falling apart at the seams as it continues to surge in a southerly direction. it will be gone by the time it hits the central coast side around sad,
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luis obispo. meanwhile, that subtropical area of high pressure feels a little muggy outside it will be replaced with drier air masses. the winds rotate around to the north. and that will drop our relative humidities into the teens. temperatures today couple of degrees cooler than yesterday, especially in the north bay out of the nineties into the mid eighties 76 degrees in hayward 79 in san mateo. we have 76 degrees, also in mountain view, as well as and fremont and in union city. hey cupertino and campbell, you'll top off in the low eighties. here's your extended forecast couple of degrees cooling tomorrow, but we will have very gusty winds. high fire danger. and we will see the sunshine continue with slightly above temperatures as far as our averages are concerned over the weekend. i hope you have a nice day, dave. we can keep the level of virus to the lowest possible level, which is the best way to avoid variance because the less replication the less mutation,
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the number of covid cases and hospitalizations keep rising, the white house making a big push to get more people vaccinated. the decision we expect today from the cbc to open up booster shots to millions of americans. and the latest developments on the national shortage of baby formula. the announcement from the white house aimed at increasing supplies.
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baye price of electricity will go up for many people, the u. s energy information administration says the average household will pay 4% more for electricity this summer. the higher prices driven by supply and demand, especially for natural gas, which provides 38% of power needs here in the bay area. pg and e rates went up 18% so far this year this summer, it will go up another 3. mpg and he also wants more rate
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hikes next year. with two bills were passed by lawmakers in washington to address the baby formula shortage. one of the bills would give emergency authority to the wick federal nutrition program to eat some of the non safety regulations. the other house bill provides $28 million to the fda and add more inspectors. president biden also invoked the defense production act to increase baby formula production. i have directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's enough safe baby formula. and that is quickly reaching families that need it. the most. this is one of my top priorities. the president also authorized flights to import formula from overseas that meet us health and safety standards. we're speaking loans of the focus on capitol hill coming up. some lawmakers are taking action to prevent president biden from canceling student debt and a step towards
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this is taking action to tighten up policies addressing domestic terrorism following the latest mass shootings, and there are high wind advisories and red flag warnings coming up the areas of particular concern and what firefighters are doing to prepare. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on two. good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark thursday morning. may 19th as we go to roberta talking about whether, as i was coming in, it was already close to 70 degrees and i kept waiting for the thermometer to say, dave. i'm just joking, but but it wasn't right. i know when i was driving in. it was 72 degrees in concord. yeah. it was warm there yesterday at 94
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degrees, so with no wind overnight to mix up the atmosphere, the temperature was very slow to cool and with the very dry conditions today we have that red flag warning that goes into effect at 11 o'clock this morning for solano. the delta and the car keenest straight that. meanwhile the east and north bay's as well as the santa clara county we're talking about the foothills there. we have. a wind advisory tonight will be rotating to the north. 10 to 20 gust of 45 50. wow it just took my breath away when i saw this. what do you guys think of this? absolutely spectacular is a gorgeous guy. those clouds all associated with a dry cold front moving through the area that's going to drop our temperatures today. temperature wise right now it is still 69 in concord 74. degrees in brentwood. well, 59 in san jose. numbers coming down because of those clouds. you just saw mostly sunny skies, but the winds will be increasing throughout the day. 60 pacifica 2 89 degrees in fairfield. we've
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got the full forecast is just a couple of minutes away, but right now, 5 31, let's send it back to south. hi there. good morning. you're here or not? because i don't get to see you. well i am here. i know you aren't now because i'm watching you on tv. that's that's that's great. i'm glad i'm on tv. let's let's go out and take a look at some of the only slow traffic we have right now is the altamont pass right there. you can see a little bit of it. but it's not really unusual. looking at contra costa county. we still look very good. and i like what i see here on the east bay community looks very good, and no major issues getting to the bay bridge at 5 32. let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal. the national weather service has issued a red flag warning that will go into effect later this morning. in solano county. hot windy conditions are increasing the risk of wildfires over the next couple of days and ktvu zuniga's live in solano county. with the details on where this goes into effect. how
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does it feel have there so far, emma well, pam. the red flag warning will go into effect at 11 o'clock this morning here in solano county, and the national weather service expects to lift it by eight o'clock friday night . wind gusts could get up to 45 mph in this area and temperatures are expected to climb into the nineties later today. these are the conditions that have fire officials. mobilizing with additional staffing and equipment at the ready, lieutenant with the cordelia fire district says it's important for drivers along freeways to be cautious. some people are careless and they throw their cigarette butts outside the window. um or, um, chains from people telling their vehicles, recreational vehicles that are hanging too low and costs forest. the city of fairfield has closed a few parks and trails during this red flag warning. spyglass open space, rolling hills open space and
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rockville hills regional park are closed until saturday. the strongest winds in the bay area are forecast to be in the napa county hills and the valleys of eastern contra costa county and the east bay hills, fire officials say if you're planning to do any yard work, to do any brush abatement. the time to do it is no later than 10 o'clock this morning recording live in fairfield. emma goss, ktvu fox two news. thank you. time is 5 30 for a group of homeowners in southern california is suing southern california edison, blaming the company's equipment for sparking the coastal fire, the lawsuit says utility did not maintain its equipment. and trim back vegetation. edison says there was an electrical circuit activity at the time. the fire started followed by the 200 acre coastal fire last week. 20 homes were destroyed 11. others were damaged. the cause of the todayt biden today will meet with the
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leaders of sweden and finland at the white house. the president will talk about the plans by finland and sweden to join nato as well as security for europe and support for ukraine. both finland and sweden officially submitted applications to join nato, saying the russian invasion of ukraine convinced them to no longer stay neutral. the u. s embassy has resumed operations in the ukrainian capital city of kiev. about a dozen embassy employees were there for a reopening ceremony, which included the raising of the american flag. now according to the state department, diplomats are returning on a permanent basis. they were relocated to the western city of la vive shortly before russia's invasion. fighting continues in the east, but officials have decided the capital is secure enough for full time return. the russian military says more than 1700. ukrainian fighters have been taken from the steel plant in mariupol, where they had been holed up. for months. they were
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taken on busses to territory controlled by russia. the red cross says it has registered hundreds of them as prisoners of war. russia says 80 of the soldiers were injured and are receiving medical attention. time is our 5 35 will happening today as cdc advisory committee is meeting its expected to recommend covid booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11. a. c d. c recommendation is the final government hurdle. following this week's fda authorization of a fighter booster shot for elementary school aged children of these kids could get the third dose as soon as this weekend, but there may not be much demand. only 30% in this age group every seed the first two fighter doses since vaccinations open to them last year. stop pushing it on the kids. stop pushing on the parents let everyone make their own decisions, excited for it to some degree because they already had their first shot and second shot. and they felt empowered. now some parents of younger
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children have been wondering when children under the age of five will be allowed to get the vaccine. the fda is expected to evaluate study results from fighter and or moderna next month. it is 5 37, the man charged with deadly shooting at a southern california church mail documents to a chinese language newspaper before the attack. officials say that david chow sent seven volumes that he entitled diary of an independent destroying angel to the world journal office in los angeles. the newspaper says it didn't get the papers until monday. the day after the shootings. charles roommate says he recently told him he felt the taiwanese government was corrupt child was charged with one count of murder , five counts of attempted murder. he's expected to enter a plea to those charges when he goes back to court next month. the 18 year old man accused of killing 10. people at a buffalo, new york supermarket is scheduled to be in court today. peyton gender on court appointed
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attorney has already entered a not guilty plea on his client's behalf. we are now learning that gender on posted an online invitation to a small group of followers to read his detailed plan just about a half an hour before the attacks started. some of those people accepted the invitation to read the plan. but it's not clear yet how many read his posts or watched when he live, streamed the shooting. the governor governor of new york is asking the state attorney general to see if the social media platforms he used could face civil or criminal liability. late last night, the u. s. house of representatives passed legislation that could help prevent more cases of domestic terrorism. the bill would require the justice department, homeland security and the fbi. to open offices dedicated to intelligence sharing, including threats by white supremacists and neo. it's similar to a measure the house passed two years ago but never made it out of the u. s. senate
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time is fivethirtyeight roberta's back. there are concerns this morning about fire danger, right? roberta definitely haven't elevated fire risk today, but especially tomorrow as well. winds will increase during the afternoon today and especially tonight through our friday right now, let's send you outside with this . it's just glorious anyway. you look at it, right. thank you. i appreciate that. thank you. i did that or something like that. i just called it. the weather shot. that's about it. but this is our live weather cameras see those clouds. i will share with you where those are coming from, and that's just a couple of seconds here. but right now, let's send you out the door with the temperature is 55 apiece. sen. francisco and in oakland, it is 69 degrees in concord. very slow to cool since yesterday's high top top at 94 degrees, it is 59 in center rosa and also in san jose. to the south. the winds are onshore 21 out of the north and half moon bay at 15 to 24, but kamenar
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inland areas and again i'm sure these winds with you because this will not be the scenario later this afternoon, these wins will be rotating to the north, as they already have in half moon bay and increasing 20 to 30 gusts up to 45 mph at times, especially in the higher elevations. and this is why the national weather service has issued a wind advisory that goes in effect late tonight. throughout that entire blue highlighted area, which encompasses east bay hills, north bay hills and also the santa clara valley foothills. but salon a, which is highlighted in red that solano county, a red flag warning goes and affected 11 o'clock this morning through the khorkina straight into the delta, as we have the passage of that right there and see this dry, cold front that is what is causing the clouds overhead right now that we saw in our lives, whether camera but this is falling apart at the seams as it digs down in a southerly direction by the time it bangs up against san luis obispo, atascadero and paso robles shell in pismo beach is it will already have fallen apart at the
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seams with no precipitation. so we have this area of high pressure. it's originated in the tropics tropical in nature, and that's why there's a little muggy out the door. but when this low passes, it's pulling down that northerly wind. that's when the relative humidity drops into the teens today, and that's where those winds do increase our temperatures with the passage of that front. come down substantially in santa rosa 10 degrees san francisco from 77 yesterday to 69 today conquered , which reached 94 down to 86 degrees and san jose cools by a good five degrees. the bottom line today is temperature span from 60 in half moon bay to 76 degrees in oakland 89 degrees for the warmest part of our inland areas will pinpoint your neighborhood forecasts and that's still just a few minutes away. pam and dave. thank you, roberta. covid cases continue to rise here in the bay area, and the numbers may be even worse than they look, but one ucsf doctors telling us about a possible undercount and then later for movie makers, a change
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stadium size i was dancing in heels and wearing a glittery leotard. outfit is much more comfortable. taylor swift and deliver the commencement address for new york university n y. u the pop singer received an honorary doctorate from the college of fine arts. during her speech, the 32 year old singer songwriter shared personal stories and urged graduates to embrace making mistakes. while learning to let go of things they can't change. my experience has been that my mistakes. led to the best things in my life.
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and being embarrassed when you mess up. it's part of the human experience. getting back up. dusting yourself off. and seeing who still wants to hang out with you afterward and laugh about it. that's a gift. the speech was delivered as part of a joint commencement, the school held for the graduating classes of 2020 2021 2022. this is taylor swift, first university degree honorary or otherwise. livermore high school student overcame the first hurdle during her appearance on the premiere of the facts show, so you think you can dance? problem is all inside your head. that's 18 year old anna miller performed her solo dance to paul simon's 50 ways to leave your lover. the judges gave her a resounding yes to continue and called her quote. playful original. this was the first show in two years after
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being suspended because of the pandemic. our time is now 5 45. the santa clara fire department now has its first female battalion chief. her name is jen panko. she started with the department in 1997 became a captain 10 years later. now she has been promoted to battalion chief of emergency medical services. she is a founding member of the norco women in the fire service. at nonprofit group works with local fire departments to host fire camps for girls as a way to encourage young women to consider a career in firefighting. some of the best known american soccer players are weighing in about the historic deal by the u. s federation to pay both men and women equally. ktvu s and ruben sat down with retired soccer star brandi chastain to talk about this big moment. in brandi chastain soccer career. there have been lots of moments shall never forget. there was the olympic victory the world cup win, and now this a landmark agreement with us soccer granting men and women equal pay
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calls it a game changer. i had this i was going to say emotional breakdown, but i think i had this emotional breakthrough. you know, i just thinking about all the women that came before us as leaders as examples. those women fought for this change, both with lawsuits and through collective bargaining. the victory grants them not only equal paychecks but equal prize money to in tournaments like the world cup. the men and women will pool and then split their winnings for women in soccer. it's just the beginning. just a means. the beginning of. of soccer on a stage that has not existed before and for young women. just starting out. it sends a valuable message, says chastain husband jerry smith. he's coached women's soccer at santa clara university for 35 years helps us in our education of young people saying that you can accomplish anything. you can do anything. you can make the same
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amount of money and that's very empowering. the couple hopes this will inspire other countries and other sports to follow suit long overdue quite honestly. and we hope the rest of the world will follow the united states soccer's lead on this spent her morning exchanging ecstatic messages with their former teammates. gosh one of them cindy parlow. cone is now the head of u. s. soccer. justin says when she thinks of how far they've come. she's more than grateful. she is proud. now we have this opportunity to show them that the standard has been set and there's no going back. some of the players already have an idea of how they'd like to celebrate this milestone. it involves staging a very large game and concert and then inviting girls and young women from around the country to attend. in san jose and ruben ktvu, fox two news. great story. that's a great idea to celebrate that for sure. time is 5 48 sounds back. everybody
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behaving on the roads now. yeah you know what we're looking at mostly the commute that is doing very well in the east bayast bao show you that. the east big commute looks pretty good. there's some slowing already on highway four, and there are no major issues there. traffic continues to look pretty good as you drive through the area. no major issues here in the south bay. as you can see, this traffic continues to look very good and no problems on 6 80 in dublin and 5 80 in that area, so just give yourself a little extra time. but we're not all that slow 549. 5 49. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. now do what do i look like steve? you know what? roberta that was just automatic . he's enjoying those beautiful skies. yeah or on autopilot this morning, right that stephen. i have known each other for about 30 years seriously, but he's resting today. morning.
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everybody rise and shine. this is a look out the door this morning looking out towards the salesforce tower. lots of beautiful clouds overhead clouds moving in from the north to the south. meanwhile, temperatures in the fifties and even high sixties yeah, and even look at brentwood now 74 degrees. i got friends in discovery bay right on the golf course already this morning because seventies 59 degrees. redwood city 55. degrees in oakla 21 at sfo, but behind me here, half moon bay and northerly breeze at 15 to 24. this is going to be the scenario today, the winter going to rotate everywhere out of the north. that's going to lower the relative humidity. and as these winds do increase that elevates our fire danger. santa rosa, currently with the calm winds, salmon napa oakland calm winds, but again these winds out of the northwest 10 to 20 gusts to 45 mph during the afternoon and into the evening hours when the window visor goes into plate late tonight. because the winds
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will increase 20 to 30 and then rotate again to the northwest solano county, the delta and car keenest straight with a red flag warning in effect at 11 o'clock this morning, so this cause we're just looking at right here that is a dry cold front, and it continues to slip to the south as it exits to the east as it does, so. it's really falling apart, so there's no precipitation associated with it won't see any of this over the san luis obispo area or well in and to atascadero. but meanwhile , this high pressure did you see it? come in through the back door. it has a lot of subtropical moisture associated with it, so it feels a little muggy out the door. but with the passage of this dry, cold front we're going to see that wind shift and that's when we have the cooler temperatures and the humidity goes down as well now. meanwhile for comparison purposes yesterday, topping off at 96 degrees in santa rosa also in stem rafael. today 10 degrees cooler there to 11 degrees
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cooler san francisco down from 77 to 69. that's still not bad at all. that's nice conquered at 94 drop it at 86 degrees, and we'll cool five degrees and throughout the santa clara value , so today's temperatures from 60 at the beaches to the mid seventies across the central bay , topping off in the high eighties and inland areas, you know somebody's backyard is going to hit 90. perhaps right out towards let's say that travis area or mountain house or near vasco road, otherwise, we are forecasting mid eighties in livermore and throughout much of the tri valley 79 degrees in san rafael. that's a big drop from yesterday. 69 in san francisco and 82 in redwood city. it looks like our extended forecast has called for additional quality take place tomorrow. but remember some gusty winds, and therefore we do have that high elevated chance of fire danger, and we'll see the dry weather continue all the way through the weekend. but meanwhile, i hope you make it a great day. days and pam okay, roberta. thank you , thomas. find 52 will
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some questions about why the suspect involved was arrested multiple times and not held. yes on h. recall chesa boudin now. more
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white house talking about the pro abortion protests that targeted the homes of conservative members of the supreme court after that draft leak about abortion rights. the president is clear on this question. he believes the right to peace to peacefully protest in this country is fundamental. but he also believes that violence, threats and intimidation have no place in political discourse anywhere that is true whether it is in front of a courthouse or in front of a health care clinic. earlier this month, the senate approved a bipartisan measure to increase security for not only members of the supreme court, but also their immediate family members as we await the final decision by the u. s supreme court on roe v. wade, some advocates worry that data on phones or computers could be used to find out if someone has an abortion. now they say information from online searches , phone calls, text messages and emails could become evidence in a criminal case against those who get the procedure. convicted
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pharmaceutical executive martin shkreli has been released early from prison in pennsylvania now he was sent to a halfway house. yesterday he gained notoriety in 2015 after raising the price of an anti parasitic drug. from roughly $17 per tablet to $750. he was convicted of cheating investors in the company time now. 5 57 police in daly city, searching now for a thief who they say stole thousands of dollars in donations from a mosque. not once but twice and ireland video shows a man in an adidas hoody. breaking into the back door of the daily city islamic center about two weeks ago and look at the video. he pried open donation boxes and stole about $1000 in cash. ximen came back to the mosque tuesday morning, even stopped to look at photos of himself posted outside the mosque. that's the time he saw his pictures and he was like
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making find out of it or something like that. he was like, oh, i'm picture with eddie. now when he saw that there were now two lakhs of the rear door, he broke in through a window. police say the same man is suspected of breaking into moss in south san francisco, san francisco and in mill valley. the 75th ken music music film festival that is continues today . ukrainian president vladimir zelensky addressed the festival on its opening day, he called on a new generation of filmmakers. to confront dictators just as charlie chaplin satirized adolf hitler, alinsky received a standing ovation and spoke about the connection between cinema and reality. the festival is also showing its support for ukraine by barring russians who have ties to the government from attending this year. it will also screen several films from prominent ukrainian filmmakers. the academy awards are going back to the old rules requiring films to premiere in a movie theater to be nominated for an
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oscar movies have to have a theatrical run of at least seven days in one of six major metropolitan areas to be nominated. those regions include the bay area. this year, coda became the first and possibly the last streaming only movie to win best picture. it was produced by apple tv. the 95th oscars will be held in los angeles. march, 12th. where the investigation in oakland continues this morning into a shooting that shut down interstate 5 80 last night we'll tell you the latest information, brooke learning about this attack. state warriors fans flooded chase center in san francisco last night to see the warriors big playoff victory over the dallas mavericks. how the fans of feeling about the rest of the western conference finals. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto i can tell you how pam cook feels about it.
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very excited. yes good morning, and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook thursday morning. may 19th love a great basketball game. gonzalez is here with our forecast, and it's for everybody who wants to be kind of out and about enjoying the next game friday seems like it's going to be pretty nice. it just seems like they played at a different level. that's an idea to their old. it was like there they are. you know what i found interesting. there was no mark cuban. i think he left the center right when i mean there was he couldn't be found at all . interesting yeah. hi, everybody morning to you out the door this morning. be aware that we do have elevated risk for fire. danger. we do have a wind advisory that goes in a place later tonight for inland areas, but meanwhile, at 11 o'clock this morning solano county, the delta and the cartoonist straight all with the red flag warning because these winds will be increasing out of the northwest 10 to 20 some gusts up
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to 45 mph, but even guster wins tonight, temperatures out the door in the fifties sixties and even seventies with daytime high 60 to 89 full forecast in a matter of minutes, but at six o'clock straight up here, south alright, roberta. thank you very much. we are seeing some traffic that's beginning to pick up a little bit. if you will. now that we see some 5 80 slowing at the altamont pass, and we're also seeing just a little bit of slow traffic on highway four. so that's the welcome we're getting for this, uh, fried or almost said friday thursday morning. westbound traffic at the bay bridge, a small delay here. it's maybe about a five minute delay before you make it onto the spend, and then it looks good into san francisco at 601. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you, sal. we continue to follow that developing news this morning after another car shooting in oakland, ktvu is amended. quintana joining us now live with what we know so far. this happened on or near
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interstate 5 80 near mills college last night, amanda. yes that's right. officers responded to a crash just before 8 30 last night that was on the seminary on ramp along 5 80. now when those officers arrived, they found that the car had overturned and they say some of the people inside had gunshot wounds. now there are unconfirmed reports that there were four people in that car. and two of them had gunshot wounds. first responders were seen making their way down the embankment to get to those victims. they carried them up on stretchers, and they were then taken. to the hospital in an ambulance. a cellphone and license plate were recovered at the scene right now. we don't know what led to the shooting. and the chp in oakland police department are still trying to determine where this all started . freeway shootings in the east bay have become all too common with several high profile senseless killings over the last few months, including two year old jasper woo and cal
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basketball hall of famer jean ransom last year. there were 144 freeway shootings in the bay area. with arrests in only 11% of them. just last week, governor gavin newsom announced a pilot program that would install 200 cameras at 50 locations on california freeways , including in alameda and contra costa counties, where we saw nearly 70% of the freeway shootings happened last year. we hope that this prevents crime from ever occurring, but if it does occur, we'll have an investigative tool to come. help us be successful can stop the shooting on the freeway, but cameras everywhere. put cameras everywhere because babies are getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. women are getting shot. i mean, it's some cowardly stuff. the cameras are slated to be placed on interstates 80 and 5 80 highways 24 4, along with some other locations. oakland mayor libby schaaf has been pleading for help to catch
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freeway shooters and asked the governor for these cameras. back in december. we don't know yet exactly where those cameras will be installed or when i also reached out to chp this morning to try to get an update on that shooting last night, tried to get the conditions of those victims, but i have not heard back yet. once we do hear back, we will let you know. live in oakland. amanda quintana ktvu fox. two news, amanda. thank you time 604 happening today, the east palo alto city council will hold a special meeting about a deadly shooting on tuesday in a park that forced children to run for cover. the victim was killed was ralph fields, the cousin of las vegas raiders wide receiver davante adams. fields died in the shooting at jack farrell park. that's where children were playing at the time when the shooting started. this was not a random attack of any kind. this incident involved two pairs of people shooting at each other. according to shot spotter
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recordings. there were three volleys of gunfire totaling 33 shots fired between them. three other people were hurt during that shooting. the police haven't said of fields was one of the shooters. so far. no arrests have been made. the police are asking anyone with information to come forward. big changes are coming to san jose's police department after misconduct allegations. police chief anthony motta's proposing a seven point plan aimed at re evaluating every aspect of policing. he wants audits to the hiring and background check process. more random drug and alcohol screenings, along with the department wide mental health check. chief maatta also wants to see an officer, wellness app and better training for supervisors. to help identify mental health issues. you will not hear excuses. sport inexcusable conduct. you will see action. and the same determination. this department
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has always shown to improve itself. now the chief also wants to audit body camera videos and release names of officers who are fired because of misconduct . the proposal comes after several high profile incidents, including an officer who was allegedly drunk at the scene of a kidnapped baby case, another who is accused of exposing himself and the overdose death of a rookie officer. time now. 606 a new poll in san francisco , shows a majority of san francisco residents support the recall of district attorney chase abode in the poll. by dignity. health city beat shows two thirds of the people who were surveyed would vote to recall boudin. 31% would not that same poll found 66% of those same people gave boudin and unfavorable rating in the poll also shows crime is a top concern for the people of san francisco 55% of those surveys say public safety is a major issue that's up from 46% last
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year. more than three quarters of people who were asked, say the city is on the wrong track, and the poll also shows 45% almost half of those who were polled say they are likely to move out of the city in the next few years. well it is now. 67 is the number of covid cases go up around the bay area. there's growing concern that the numbers may actually be even higher than we think. we asked ucsf's doctor peter chin hong, just how bad he thinks that undercount could be. some people estimated that we're dealing probably with at least 50% of where we actually are. which seems very scary. um, so that's kind of why we can't just look at the absolute number. but look at the trends and again that things that don't change because we count them very diligently. are the hospitalizations and the deaths. now part of the reason for that trend is that at home test may not all positive cases are being
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reported to county health departments. but dr chen hong tells us even though hospitalizations are up the people he's seeing in the hospital are not as sick as people were getting a year ago, and fewer people are ending up in the icu. well the city of oakland no longer requires you to prove your vaccinated against covid-19 before you go into bars , gyms, restaurants, theaters and other indoor businesses. oakland's a last big city in california to drop that requirement, but they still require proof of vaccination to go into senior centers, assisted living facilities and any indoor event where there are 2500 people or more indoors. all bay area help officers are still recommending wearing a mask in any public indoor facility, including stores and on public transit. time now. 608 well, tomorrow night warriors will play the dallas mavericks again going for a two games to none lead in the western conference finals. ktvu is andre senior is
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here in the studio to give you all the highlights. good morning . good morning to you, dave. the warriors are now up one to nothing in the series, and while they are still many games left, the team feels good about its opening performance. the warriors are known for their three point shooting. but it was their defense that stole the show. last night, they outrebounded the mavericks, who were ice cold from the perimeter . they missed 37 3 point shots last night with ties for second in playoff history. steph curry led the warriors in scoring as usual, but he's set for the entire fourth quarter because the game had already turned into a wreck. so when you get to this stage, you do have to elevate your execution if you want to win because the competition gets better than dallas is tough, so we, we did a good job with one game. we got to keep doing it over and over and over again. everything right now is very detailed. ah! everything matters. um and i'm doing everything i can to help win.
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the warriors are undefeated at home this preseason postseason. rather they are a perfect seven and no part of the reason goes to the chase center crowd. look at all those festivities. their fans were eight a fever pitch even before tip off, local celebrity chef guy fieri brought one of his sons to the game. they rang the chase center opening bill. also the sellout crowd enjoyed the game. there were a few mavericks fans sprinkled in the arena. as for the dub nation, though they were ready for another nba championship. we're about to do a big days out here. just wait for it. we're coming in like the ocean wave of tsunami is about to hear the fight to phoenix didn't work out. then i booked a flight to dallas clearly work out going to game. three and four. okay have also booked a flight to miami. while he's going lately is going a long shot there. earth the fan is
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talking about the bybee heat, leading on to zero in the eastern conference finals against the boston celtics. and as david mentioned before game two between the mavericks and warriors is tomorrow night, six o'clock chase center, grab your jinx and drinks and enjoy the game. yeah right. david bam! they're having some fun there. yeah you can't blame him, though, is doing well. yeah that's right. thank you. enjoy yeah, the some of those amazing shots that blocked by draymond was incredible. they were all great. sal i'm really happy that the next game is a friday night, too, so we can all kind of kick back and, you know, enjoy like that man was really happy. i didn't have as many, um good thoughts. is that man? yeah. he had something going on there. good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at the commute. you know, you can see that we are already crowded now earlier in the morning, and we didn't have a lot going on. and all of a sudden it came on that.
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you know, i came on here. look at the baby bridges backed up beyond the a. d d over crossing traffic on the bridge itself looks good. once you make it onto the span, there have been no problems. in the east bay. things are kind of easing into it already. do see some slow traffic on highway four as you drive through pay point, but nothing major on the other side conquered and walnut creek concord does have a little slowing on 2 42. but these are just kind of minor things as you can see, we're easing into thursday morning commute. 6 12. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal. we are keeping an eye on the stock market this morning, and it looks like another drop. we're going to talk about the finger pointing that began. as soon as the market closed after that sell off yesterday, and one bay area city finally launching e scooters why berkeley waited until now to get this new form of transportation.
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dublin two dozen managers accused of misconduct of being reassigned to other prisons around the country, a leader with the union that represents correctional officers at the dublin prison told ktvu the managers were notified this week . some are being sent to new jobs as far away as texas or florida. the federal prison in dublin has had national attention after five correctional officers, including the warden, were charged with having sex with inmates. it's not good. at the end of the day reassignment of the managers is moving problems to other locations for i mean, first and foremost, not all the managers are a problem. some of these managers are good managers and they're doing the right thing. and it takes a long time to not only build a report with your staff in prisons, but also built the report with the inmates, uh, and have that ability to for inmates and staff to go to these people, and these are the leaders. that we contacted prison officials to get an explanation for the reassignments, but so far we
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have not heard back from them. all right, the stock markets open and just about 15 minutes. futures indicate another lower opening. after that huge selloff yesterday, the dow dropped 1100 points, the nasdaq dropping 566 74.7% drop there in the s and p 500 down. close to bear market looks like another 1% drop on the opening in washington, there was plenty of finger pointing to go around. where is the republican plan to deal with inflation, non existent. where is the republican plan to deal with gas prices in a meaningful way? nonexistent right now we've got an administration whose plan is to blame anybody. but them and their policies. these price increases started long before putin crossed into ukraine. now inflation is at the center of the selloff, including higher prices for big companies and consumers. big retailers disappointing the street target
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and walmart or hit hard because of their high costs soaring and people are not buying as much as for sure time is 6 16 is bay area gets warmer weather the price of electricity will go up for many people. the u. s. energy information administration says the average household will pay 4% more for electricity this summer. the higher price is driven by supply and demand, especially for natural gas here in the bay area, pg and e rates went up 18% this year and this summer it will go up another 3. pg and e also wants more rate hikes next year. but today commercial electric scooters will hit the streets in berkeley. in total there will be about 750 scooters put into circulation by two companies. the city approved new regulations to allow the scooters last year they will not be allowed on the u. c berkeley campus. but according to berkeley side, cal is talking to the companies to launch scooters on campus. later this year. all
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right, pam, there was a business story while you were talking. mcdonald's found a buyer. yes i was just actually russia selling off the restaurants in russia. saying it doesn't go along with their their business model strategy there, so we'll have more on that. well, i don't want to have a beef with sal because he's here and ready to talk about our traffic in the bay area. i see what you did there. david that's approved, approve, approve it. good morning, which is actually pretty good. let's go out and take a look at what we have. now, if you are driving on highway four, you do see some snow traffic there and you will see the traffic was also slow on to 40 to 80 and hercules is mostly good, so we're kind of easing into a thursday commute. we do see some slow traffic out there. i will show you the bay bridge and you can see that. there's a little bit of a backup already. so we are kind of in there and in this particular morning, it doesn't seem like there's anything unusual talking
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with someone yesterday. you know most of the time i'm here to tell you, it's what you expect. but every once in a while, i say it's really terrible. i'm not saying that this morning, so let's hope it stays that way. 6 18 hello, roberta gonzalez. hello mr castaneda. hey do you remember that slogan that little jingle mcdonald said. i can't get over it now that dave has beef in my head. do you remember that 12 patties, especially to all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun. very good. i think we're revealing our age here, don't you think? hey, let's reveal this for you. as you get ready to head out the door this morning. hi, everybody rise and shine. this is what you need to know. first off this morning, it's mild. we have a temperature span between 54 73 degrees. and later today, boy, those winds out of the northwest 10 to 20 guests of 45 kind of a sloppy map there, but you're
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getting the drift there. the temperatures in the eighties with low humidity look at that beautiful view. official sunrise was at 5 55 sunset at 8 15 tonight in smack in between the winds will be increasing temperature wise right now it is 57 degrees in santa rosa 57 degrees in saint carlos. otherwise it's 68 degrees in concord. now, the difference between yesterday morning singing and today 13 degrees more mild in half moon bay. it's 14 degrees warmer and conquered . the winds are going to come into play today. southwest right now, 16. they're rotating. now they were westerly now been shifted to the north, and as that happens, it's going to dry out the atmosphere. also, temperatures will be cooler, but the relative humidity will tumble. now in napa. the winds are still out of the south today . what you need to know is the temperature span will be 60 to 89 degrees. we do have a red flag warning and affected 11 o'clock this morning, solano county, the delta and the cartoonist straight. meanwhile a
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window bisoli tonight for the east and north bay areas are inland regions and the santa clara county foothills and with the winds again ushers around the pollen. so if you suffer from allergies, another very uncomfortable day. due to the tree count on the high side. so we have this dry called for and watch it again. here there it is , and it's falling apart at the seams. but that's where you've seen those high clouds from this morning as you head out the door. so high pressure still in command. and with that low passing to the east coast is that pressure gradient as the winds rotate out of the north again, the temperature span today 60.5 moon bay to 89 degrees and fair felt i know somebody's backyard will top off at 90, perhaps to mountain house or in travis. very dry day today , as far as humidity is concerned into the teens, temperature wise from 60 in pacifica, 2 89 degrees fairfield mid eighties throughout much of the santa clara valley. it was 96 yesterday in santa rosa. today's sporting 85 degrees and
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76 degrees in oakland. your extended forecast additional cooling does take place tomorrow but again we do have that wind advisor in place through tomorrow night at five p.m. elevated risk for fire danger. please be very mindful of that and have yourself a great day, pam. alright. thank you, roberta. there is a big recall for hundreds of thousands of vehicles to tell you about the warning from ford about suvs that could catch fire and former president george w. bush had a significant misstep in a speech. what he said about ukraine. that is now going viral. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their
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$100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. tesla's full self- driving technology. the washington post reported on "owners of teslas fighting for control..." "i'm trying..." watch this tesla "slam into a bike lane bollard..." "oh [bleeped f***]" this one "fails to stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk." "experts see deep flaws." "that was the worst thing i've ever seen in my life." to stop tesla's full self-driving software... vote dan o'dowd for u.s. senate. as wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of iraq of ukraine. correct anyway. former president
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george w. bush made that mistake during his speech yesterday. it is presidential center in dallas. critics have said for years that bush was unjustified for directing the u. s invasion of iraq. back in 2000 and three the former president laughed off the flub. citing his age. lawmakers passed two bills to try to address the baby formula shortage. one of the bills would give emergency authority to the week federal nutrition program to relax some non safety regulations. the other house bill provides $28 million to the fda to add more inspectors. president biden also invoked the defense production act to boost baby formula production. i have directed my team to do everything possible to ensure there's enough safe baby formula . and that is quickly reaching families that need it. the most. this is one of my top priorities. the president also authorized flights to import formula from overseas that meet us health and safety standards.
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local soccer players and fans are considering holding a special game and concert to celebrate the deal to pay both american men's and women's teams equally. we first broke the news about the historic deal right here on mornings on two ktvu sat down with retired world cup champion and olympic gold medalist brandi chastain, who says this is the culmination of years of litigation and collective bargaining. i had this. i was going to say emotional breakdown, but i think i had this emotional breakthrough where, you know, i just thinking about all the women that came before us as leaders as examples. chastain's husband, jerry smith, is head coach of the women's soccer team at santa clara university. he says the deal empowers girls and young women because they will now be paid fairly. smith and chastain hope other countries and sports will follow us soccer's lead. well, people here showing their support for the victims of the mass shooting in new york. there calls for
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healing and change and a local health officer who was first to call for a pair of pandemic shut down with the new warning why, she says people should wear masks again.
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♪ 3... 2... 1... ♪ ♪ you know i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ [ music stops ] ♪ hey ladies, don't we look good? ♪ ♪ we came to have a good time baby ♪ ♪ said i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ ♪ me and all of my girls gonna tear it up ♪ begg concern today about fire danger . firefighters are getting ready for the higher winds and what they say you can do. and today could be a big day for parents of young children. the decision looming from the cdc about covid booster shots for kids. from ktvu fox. two news this morning's on tv. alright cheering despite the fact that
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as we take you live to the new york stock exchange, the opening bell ringing in another big drop this morning, the dow, the nasdaq and the s and p 500 to lose about another 1% of the opening. it seems like they're pulling back a little bit, but just to give you some perspective, the s and p 500 now down. about 18% from its last record high as we take a live look at the numbers 20% drop from the last record high is considered a bear market. so the s and p 500 where sadly, a lot of people's retirement accounts set is down almost 20% the dow jones now dropping 1% 320 points. just want to get you a good look at the s and p. 500 nasdaq as well because it's about the same for the s and p 500, the nasdaq also down, um more than a half of a percent, so we'll keep watching that for you. we have the business news. a lot of it is tied to the
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economy and inflation. but thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark thursday morning. may 19th i was just outside from roberta out. it feels great. i look, i enjoyed it. what can i say? roberta? it's a guilty pleasure. yeah that's the best way to put it because it is so mild for most at this very early hour, but again, it comes to the prices are temperature goes up. the relative humidity is going down , and therefore we do have increasing winds today and that will prompt a red flag warning in effect at 11 a.m. this morning for solano county, the delta at the car kuna straight as well as our east and north bay areas. that will be a wind advisory for later tonight and the santa clara county areas as far as the foothills are concerned, a little bit of sea haze out there this morning at 54 degrees in half moon bay and in san francisco, otherwise we have full on sunshine inland end 73 degrees in brentwood later today, 60 2 89 degrees forecast
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just a couple of minutes away, but right now, let's send it on over to south caston. data high, sir. good morning, roberta. yeah, right now we do see that this is the tipping point. so to speak, where things start getting a little bit slower. and right now at the bay bridge, there is some more slow traffic. here it is. 6 32. this is exactly what i expect to see. at this time of the morning and one of the things that i am seeing that, you know, i'm kind of happy with us just routine slow traffic. we don't have any surprises yet. i'm just kind of looking around. we did have a crash on 5 80 year grant line road, but the traffic was already slow. well before this happened, so we'll keep an eye on that. i have another update coming up, just minutes ahead. 6 32. let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal and as roberta has been telling us just the national weather service has issued that red flag warning that will go into effect later this morning. in solano county. hocreasing the risk of wildfires over the next couple of days. ktvu magus live in fairfield and
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has details on the conditions right now and emma what we can expect later today. right pam. it is actually pretty mild in terms of wind gusts right now, but we do expect them to pick up later today. and as you can see from this sign behind me, the city of fairfield has prompted closing of several open space preserves. properties because of the red flag warning, which goes into effect at 11 a.m. where at the rockville regional open space, uh, rockville hills regional park, one of three spots that are closed until saturday. it's disappointing news for some early morning bicyclists who stopped by i had to get a ride in today before going to work. i usually try to do like a 30 45 minutes, right? i didn't know would be closed them. the national weather service expects to lift the red flag warning by friday night at eight o'clock winds could gust
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up to 45 mph in this area and with temperatures getting into the nineties later today, these are the conditions that have higher officials mobilizing with additional staffing and equipment at the ready. the strongest winds in the bay area are forecast to be in the napa county hills and the valleys of eastern contra costa county and the east bay hills. fire officials advise if you're planning to do any yard work to create defensible space, do it no later than 10 o'clock, so this is just one of three places , including sky, uh, spyglass, open space and rolling hills open space. better closed until saturday, reporting live from fairfield demagogues. ktvu fox two news. thank you. time now took 34 happening today as cdc advisory committee is meeting its expected to recommend covid booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11. cdc recommendation is the final government hurdled. following this week's fda authorization of a fighter booster shot for
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elementary school aged kids. these kids could get the third dose as soon as this weekend, but it doesn't seem like there may be a lot of demand. but only 30% of kids in this age group have had the two initial fighter doses since vaccinations open to them last year. stop pushing it on the kids. stop pushing on the parents let everyone make their own decisions. i'm excited for it to some degree because they already had their first shot and second shot. and they felt empowered. now some parents of younger kids have been wondering when kids under the age of five will be allowed to get the vaccine. the fda is expected to evaluate study results from fighter and or moderna next month. at 6 35. the u. s is now averaging more than 100,000 new covid cases every day, the highest number since february. santa clara county health officer, dr sara cody wants everyone to once again wear masks indoors. the variant
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that's circulating right now spreads extremely easily extremely easily, and that's our challenge. so even though we're highly vaccinated and highly boosted it's still can spread. now despite that, dr cody says she does not think this latest spike in cases will cause increased restrictions. however the head of the centers for disease control is asking local officials to consider returning to mask mandates for indoor locations. that's after the seven day hospital admission rate jumped 19% in the past week . although death rates remain low, many health officials say a large number of americans no longer consider the virus and major threat and have accepted the risk of infection as part of the new normal. time now. 6 36, a man who is charged with a deadly shooting at a southern california church mail documents to a chinese language newspaper before the attack, officials say
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david chow sent seven volumes that he entitled diary of an independent destroying angel to the world journal office in los angeles. the newspaper says it didn't get the papers until monday, the day after the shooting. charles roommate says recently told him he felt the government of taiwan was corrupt child was charged with one count of murder, five counts of attempted murder. he's expected to enter a plea to those charges when he goes back. court next month, the 18 year old man accused of killing 10 people at a buffalo, new york supermarket is scheduled to be in court today. peyton gender owns court appointed attorney has already entered a not guilty plea on his client's behalf. we're also now learning that gender on posted an online invitation to a small group of followers to read his detailed plan about a half an hour before that attack started. some of those people accepted the invitation to read the plan, but it's not clear yet. how many read his posts or watched when
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he live, streamed. the shooting. the governor of new york is asking the state attorney general to see if the social media platforms he used could face civil or criminal liability. hmm. people gathered in oakland and said they're committed to standing in solidarity with the victims of the recent mass shootings and their families individual yesterday outside of oakland city hall included music, prayer and a sense of community for the hundreds who gathered there. you've got healers. we've got music. we've got speakers. we're not just going to mourn. we're going to celebrate black life and reaffirm our commitment to fight white supremacy wherever it may be ugly head. now organizers say it's important to speak out against hate and acknowledge the harm that it causes, including the cases that do not make national headlines. 6 38 is the time back over the
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south for a look at our commute any problem spots we should know about sound. ultimate pass. pam i'm glad pam. i'm glad you asked that question. westbound 5 80 at the altamont pass. we did have a problem with grant line road and i'm just kind of trying to get the latest here while i'm on the air on the fly, but you know one of the things that i noticed about this commute, it is always pretty slow anyway. at gra injuries, and the paramedics were turned away. that's the good news, so no injuries, but it may be causing some slow traffic for people coming in from tracy. can see the south big committee doesn't have much going on. we had a couple of minor things. we had a crash north bong 88 stevens creek boulevard. that's off to the side already. you can see 2 80 traffic. is looking good in san jose. and as you get to the bay bridge, there is a backup here, so it's not completely light. we start kind of, you know, i'm seeing shades of friday. coming in here. we'll see if maybe tomorrow at this time. we don't
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have any slow traffic, so we all look forward to friday's for that reason, anyway, and for a lot of other reasons to write roberto gonzales at 6 39. absolutely because friday means warrior game, right, absolutely , and tickets. hey it's pam said the roberta c friday means warriors game without having to wake up early the next day. good call. very nice. she's the woman . she's the smart one. alright hi, everybody. you know, sally, you were talking about the altamont pass, and that's one area that we will be concentrating on as well because the winds will be increasing their substantially this afternoon and boy just a couple of weeks ago, we still had some green rolling hills around the bay area. and now that particular region is just shrouded with the golden corduroy and the winds will continue to dry out all that fuel out there today. right now we have c. hayes and above it. we do have some high think clouds we will share with you where those clouds are coming from. but right now, let's take
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a look at the temperatures out the door 57 degrees in santa rosa after topping off at 96 degrees on wednesday. wednesday definitely the hottest day of this workweek conquered is at 68 degrees. the winds at this particular time are gusting along the seashore but have been based still 13 degrees warmer than just 24 hours ago. in fact , at this time yesterday, it was 14 degrees cooler in concord, mentioning the winds right now. 16 at sfo and gusta 23, a half moon bay because these winds are slight right now inland but will be increasing during the daytime hours out of the northwest 10 to 20 some gusts up to 45 mph, assuring the pollen around that count is on the high side. so this quality we're looking at right there coming from a very dry cold front, digging to the south, exiting to the east and as it does, so it's causing a pressure gradient between buildg low as well. that's where we got the winds from. that's also
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what's going to contribute to the cooler temperatures. 11 degrees cooler today in santa rosa, san francisco, down from sanity 17 69 degrees. still not a bad day at all five degrees cooler incentives a in concord into the eighties. we do have that winter vise ary going into place tonight. more details on that. next time around. david. pam okay, roberta. thank you time 6 42. it's another sign. we're bouncing back from the pandemic. what is driving the increase in the number of flights back to better than pre covid levels. first let's check in with gasia mikaelian in our newsroom with what else is coming up here on morning sun too. good morning. good morning, you two. we will, of course focus on the baby formula shortage as it's prompting agencies to now warn parents of potential scams. the advice we're getting to pass to you. that's all about helping parents avoid those dangerous scams. also there are new reports china is looking to replenish certain stockpiles. how this appears to be a move to strengthen its ties with moscow will be back.
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i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin
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interfered in every single case and failed to do his job. the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now. her, president biden will meet with the leaders of sweden and finland at the white house. the president will talk about the plans by finland and sweden to join nato as well as security for europe and support for ukraine. both finland and sweden officially submitted applications to join nato, saying the russian invasion of ukraine convinced them to no longer stay neutral time now 6 45, the u. s embassy in kiev, ukraine, has resumed operations . a dozen embassy employees were there for a pre opening ceremony that included raising the
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american flag. the state department says diplomats are returning on a permanent basis that they were relocated to the western city of la vive shortly after russia began its invasion . the fighting continues in the east, but officials have decided the capital is secure enough for a full time returns. and the russian military says more than 1700. ukrainian fighters have been taken from the steel plant and married couple where they've been holed up for months. now they were taken onto busses to territory controlled now by russia. the red cross says it has registered hundreds of them as prisoners of war. russia says 80 of the soldiers were injured and they're getting medical attention. in today's dollars and cents for it is recalling as many as 350,000 suvs over concerns that some of their engines may catch fire. ford is telling owners of the many 2021 expeditions and 2021 lincoln navigators to take their
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vehicles in for repairs. it says. as many as 39,000 of those suv should be parked outdoors because the engines could start a fire. it's also recalling more than 300,000. 2 53, 54 50 and 5 50 trucks because of the airbags that might not inflate and we do have more information on these recalls on our website ktvu .com. a new report finds the number of people taking flights is back to pre pandemic levels, according to the mastercard economics institute, flight bookings for vacations or leisure jumped to 25% above where they were before the pandemic. most of those flights were short and medium distances . the report finds that now flight bookings are just shy of 2019 levels and business flights. are also starting to bounce back and san jose celebrating the reopening of a downtown hotel just in time for summer travel. the signee abi hilton had its grand opening last night. people were able to walk the red carpet to enjoy a
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reception at the hotel on market street. 13 story hotel has 226 rooms and mayor sam liccardo took part in the festivities. i think it gives all of us a little bit of faith this all of our wings to be able to see the activity that gathering that happens again of the community right here signaled by hilton downtown. it was formally the fairmont san jose, which closed last year because of the pandemic. the hotel is expected to provide as many as 1000 jobs now, 6 48. despite recent layoffs, experts think tech companies will still be a strong market for the rest of the year. just this week, netflix announced major layoffs and facebook, robin hood and carbon also laid off employees recently . other companies are putting a freeze on new hirings. i think this is the normal kind of cycling that businesses go through and since we've come off of such a great bull market in such great success in tech, there are a lot of people who
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have never experienced that. now uber twitter and amazon or among the latest tech companies to slow down their hiring plans, while wayfair and facebook parent company meta put a freeze on their hiring entirely well, certainly the hiring and the freeze of hiring and the work from home has affected traffic. you can definitely see that people headed back to the office, and now it seems to lighten up a little bit. now here's a nuance. okay. tell you guysut every time there's a new wave having more cases. the traffic goes up in places like the bay bridge, because people don't want to be on a bart train . right? right that's once that goes away, bart ridership goes up and the traffic at the bay bridge goes down. that makes us a small nuance. but that's just what what we've seen in the last few months. let's go to the bay bridge, and you see that? it's kind of crowded this morning. you can see once you get onto the span. it looks okay. there have been no major issues, and i
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can show you by the road centers that there's not a lot of red on the map. there's some in richmond and getting out to the mcarthur maze. but again, we're seeing a little bit of a pullback today. maybe some people stayed up late watching that warriors game and by the way is that go to roberta. i'm going to say something here. that is that you might find interesting, roberta. yesterday during halftime, i had to drive somewhere just a short drive i got on the road during halftime yesterday there was no one on the road. it was like reminds me of when the 49ers we're in the super bowl, or, you know, the giants were in the world series or even the aids. if you get on the road during those times, you have the whole thing in the bay area to yourself. that's an excellent point or if you drive to work at two o'clock in the morning, there you go. that's another one, right? okay so if you're out driving to work this morning, or your destination may even be the seashore today. boy you're going to find a difference. almost microclimates coming into play today with the
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temperature span from 60 at the beaches to nearly 90 and our interior areas. look at this view bird's eye view of the golden gate bridge this morning officials sunup was at 5 55. temperature wise 54 san francisco. it's 54 also across the bay and oakland, and it s fo as well. but look at brentwood. it is now 73 degrees there, same in discovery bay wins while they're picking up along the seashore. it also at sfo, but calm around the peninsula in san carlos and mountain view. and even though these winds are calm, i'd like to share this with you because you're going to have a notable difference this afternoon. as the winds increase out of the northwest 10 to 20 some of the gusts up to 45 mph in the higher elevations of our east bay mountains and also north bay as well. what you need to know today is the winds will be increasing throughout the day. we do have a red flag warning in effect at 11 o'clock this morning, solano county, the delta, the cartagena street as well and then tonight a wind advisory goes into place for
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east and north bay inland areas , as well as the foothills of the santa clara valley area, and that does include the mount hambleton region. so we do have this dry cold front. that's it right there. that's where you're noticing those high think cloud scraping across the sky this morning and again cold front, so that's going to drop our temperatures today substantially in the north bay. but as this slow to versus to the east and drops to the south, it bangs up against the ridge of high pressure causes that pressure gradient and therefore we do see those winds increase and when the winds increase in the temperatures near 90 degrees the humidity drops into the teens. therefore, we do have the potential of fire danger here in the bay area. pinpoint forecast 60 pacifica 60 seventies across the central beta mid eighties and center rosa and that is down from 96 degrees experience yesterday. how about sam rafael near 80 yesterday it was 96 degrees. we're talking just shy of 90 degrees in throughout our
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antioch's areas, conquered clayton wanted creek, also into dublin, pleasanton into livermore, 76. six degrees amount of you. your extended forecast has called for additional cooling tomorrow, but it will be equally as windy with some of those wind gets up to 45 mph. that's a look at your thursday forecast. take it away . dave roberta. thank you, tommy 6 53. the warriors last night looked very much like a championship team in game one of the western conference finals. we'll look back at their dominating performance against the dallas mavericks, and we'll show you where a thief targeted a bay area mosque. not once but twice. the police are searching for him now and say he's also robbed other houses
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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6 56 police in daly city, searching for a thief accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a mosque. not once but twice and look at this surveillance video from two weeks ago, showing a man wearing an adidas hoody breaking into the back door of the daily city islamic center pried open donation boxes here. he stole about $1000 in cash. on tuesday morning, the same man came back to the mosque even stopped to look at photos of himself posted outside the mosque. that's the time he saw his pictures, and he was like making fun out of it or
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something like that. he was like, oh, i'm picture with eddie. then when he saw that there were now two blocks at the rear door, he broke in through a window. police say this same man suspected of breaking into moss and south san francisco in san francisco and in mill valley. it is 6 57, a group of homeowners in southern california now suing southern california edison, blaming the company's equipment for sparking the coastal fire. the lawsuit says utility company did not maintain its equipment and did not trim back vegetation. edison says there was an electrical circuit activity at the same time, the fire started, but the exact cause of the fire is still being investigated. the 200 acre coastal fire the last week destroyed 20 homes and damaged 11. others. monterey county man has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for starting the dolan fire near big sur 31 year old ivan gomez was convicted of
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starting the dolan fire in august of 2020. he admitted starting the fire at an illegal marijuana grow site and the los padres national forest. the flames burned almost 125,000 acres. 10 homes were destroyed, including some condor nesters nesting sites. 14 firefighters were hurt. three had to be sent to the hospital. it took firefighters about four months to fully put out that huge fire. well another member of president biden's cabinet has tested positive for covid health secretary javier bezerra tested positive for the virus yesterday while traveling in germany. he is fully vaccinated. he says he has mild symptoms. his office says he'll continue to work in isolation. javier brasileira was at the white house last thursday , but he's not considered a close contact to the president. u c. davis medical center as part of a program that hopes to
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encourage children to someday become doctors and scientists. nine high school students from sacramento took a field trip to the hospital and interacted with surgeons and other health care professionals. organizers of the program say it's really important to get students out of the classroom and then to a professional hands on environment. hearing their experiences makes it hopeful for me that i could do it one day and i could like if i just believe in myself. i could just be what i wanted to be in the stem field often times when you go to a medical environment or seek medical help. you don't see someone that looks like you and already you're kind of on guard curious, and so i think getting our students exposed to what medical fields as far as e n. t. surgical all that looks like helps to bring more familiar faces to the field. and another big part of this program, reaching out the students of color, inspiring them to seek higher education and careers in medicine and other sciences. and in east bay freeway, what
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investigators say after several people were found shot on a freeway off ramp in east oakland, plus they can't absorb the these other formulas and they end up getting dehydrated and falling behind baby formula shortages affecting families in the bay area and far beyond the action from lawmakers to try to get formula back on store shelves. plus the warriors starting off the western conference finals on the right track will highlight that big game one win coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and thanks for being with us, gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to thursday, may 19th the warriors were so good. they didn't need me. they didn't have to call me and i was ready. ready you know, stay ready in case roberta is ready to she, but she's ready with your forecast. absolutely and there's so much to talk about so much to discuss. yeah we have high fire concerns today and especially

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