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hit and killed two pedestrians on the sidewalk. and a red flag warnings, in effect for parts of the bay area as strong winds create dangerous wildfire conditions. the restrictions in place right now to prevent a wildfire from breaking up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. may 23rd let's check in with steve paulson for a look at our weather. it's going to warm up today. dave what did i tell you? before pam walked in warmer and warmer. there you go. yes it is. pamela kinda had a feeling you can tell. right alright, well, we'll get a couple of days of warm weather and that will come right back down again. and maybe even unseasonably cool, but not for about another week or so, but few high clouds better than that. that's that's going to do it now. today is not the crazy day but tomorrow will be even
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warmer. but today we'll go from sixties seventies eighties to near natty few high clouds here in the morning getting warmer, that's for sure. and highs today will start to go above average. no, really be above average specially tomorrow. all right, let's head over to my good friend, mr sal castaneda happy monday. the same way you steve, and we're off to a nice start. i'd say if you are driving anywhere in the bay area looks pretty good if you're driving on 80 westbound heading out to the mcarthur maze no major problems to the bay bridge toll plaza. and if you look at interstate 8 80 it also looks very good. there are a couple of spots of road work, but it's not causing significant delays right now on any bay area freeway, so enjoy it, because probably not going to last too long. at 401. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. sal san francisco police are investigating the cause of a deadly crash after a taxi, jumped aside, walk and hit a group of pedestrians. it happened at third and mission right near the year. balbuena center for the arts. two people were killed. two others were
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injured. ktvu is elissa harrington has the story. two women were killed. two men injured when a taxi cab slammed into pedestrians at a busy intersection. this happened at third street and mission around 4 30 sunday. police say the taxi was involved in a collision with a mercedes right before it ended up on the sidewalk. officers responded to the scene. and located. pedestrians who were struck by a vehicle that drove onto the sidewalk the taxi and pronounced dead at the scene. the taxi driver and another pedestrian were taken to the hospital. the driver of the mercedes stayed at the scene. as soon as we got here, we saw so many people around in savannah, keke said. she was just leaving target with her friends when they heard a commotion down the street and ran over to see what was happening, and everyone was like. shocked and scared and riled up like and we had, like heard screaming from the apartments won't say what led to the initial collision or what direction each car was going. the pedestrians were all standing together when they were
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hit. this is a neighborhood that is disproportionately afflicted with traffic accidents, matt dorsey, the district six supervisor, said traffic collisions are a big problem in this area. crowded streets. there's a lot of pedestrians, um and it's just difficult situation. this is a neighborhood where we do have to call attention to it. the names of the victims have not been released. elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news our time now , 403 investigators in santa rosa, still searching for suspects after a 28 year old was found shot dead while sitting in the driver's seat of his car, and this happened early sunday morning in the neighborhood just off the 101 freeway victim was h friends when another car rode up alongside them. words were exchanged a shot was fired into the victim's car. shooting victim was pronounced dead there at the scene. detectives are still trying to get a description of the suspects card $2500 reward is being offered
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for information leading to an arrest. well today, two people accused in a racially charged killing and tracy will be back in court. christina garner and jeremy wayne jones are accused of killing an african american man navy veteran. 30 year old justin people's at a gas station on tracy boulevard on march 15th during an initial court appearance last month. the suspects did not enter, please oakland police are investigating what they're calling an unexplained death investigators discovered a man's body friday night inside a vehicle that had caught fire. now it happened on high street near brookdale park. the name of the victim has not been released our time now 404 person who was missing for five days was found and rescued at thornton state beach in daly city. a group of people walking a trail at the beach found the victim then called 911. the victim was taken to the hospital for treatment, trying to get was found the name of the victim
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or their current conviction. san francisco police and firefighters helped deliver a roadside miracle officers were called to the scene of a woman in labor stuck in traffic, trying to get to the hospital to have a baby. the baby could not wait. no time to make it to the hospital officers jumped into action and help the woman deliver her baby a few minutes later, just as firefighters arrived, another baby was born told mom and twin babies. were taken to the hospital and are all doing fine about that. time is world five. will the warriors now just one win away from heading back to the nba finals last night, the warriors beat the dallas mavericks 109 to 100 take a three games to none lead in the western conference finals . oh, you were great step. steph curry led the warriors with 31 point. and look at andrew wiggins. that may have been the player that night and he had 27 points in the warriors win.
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warriors head coach steve kerr says this is one of the warriors biggest wins yet in the postseason. this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage of your momentum. you can't let a team back in and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. well the warriors could sweep the series with a win over the mavericks tomorrow night in dallas in game four of this series, and thousands of members of dub nation celebrated the warriors, big victory and a watch party outside san francisco's chase center. ktvu elissa harrington was there at thrived city with the fans as the warriors moved another step closer. to the finals. well fans want a sweet and it was so loud at the watch party tonight, which was at capacity and almost felt like being at a home game. it was an
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amazing experience. i love it. go warriors. i just hope you know, we sweep sweep sweep. miami heat will see you in the finals. tonight's game was played in dallas, but fans were still invited to watch the warriors at the chase center thrive. city is the space right outside the arena, where there's games, food and a jumbo video screen that measures more than 3000 square feet. fans were thrilled to watch steph clay draymond and the rest of the team defeat the mavericks in game three of the western conference finals. mackey is a season ticket she said. the watch parties are so much better than cheering alone at home. greatest feeling in the world. why is that? the champs? they're gonna do it again. and there will be another watch party on tuesday. gates open at 4 30 in san francisco. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news. alright, melissa. thank you. time is 407 later today, a red flag warning will take effect for most of solano county. the national weather service warrants of when gusts up to 35 miles an hour, along
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with low humidity and warmer temperatures. it's deep told you about the warning takes effect at 11 o'clock this morning. it's due to stay in effect until eight o'clock tomorrow night. that warning includes fairfield , vacaville and travis air force base. alejo is outside of the warning zone and because of the current high fire danger, cal fire has putting new restrictions into place beginning today, most outdoor burning of residential landscape debris will be off limits in six northern california counties. no fire permits will be issued for fires in solano so no man napa, yolo lake colusa counties. now the exceptions could be made for cases linked to fire training. agriculture land management, fire draining or some other industrial situations. fire says it will inspect any areas before they allow even those berg permits. alright 408 the time
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that leads us right to steve, hopefully with this warm weather or not getting those big wins again again. it's mainly to the east, but you know the hills are dry. very eighties. you know, it's just it's the way my job is now almost year round, but something happened over the weekend. that hasn't had very often. no, it's not me the bully. bodega bay, bowie dropped to 46.4 degrees. national weather service tweeted that out . that's only happened four times going back to the 19 eighties. that's amazingly cool, but the attempts aloft are getting warmer fifties and sixties mad diablo now 63 with the north wind at 30 mph. not bad anywhere else yet. i mean, it's still okay. we're really waiting for this evening tonight, then overnight into tomorrow. tomorrow is the main day. as far as temperatures jumping up. what about in the city? what do we see? we see a south wind, a little north wind west wind and a south wind but all under seven mph, so there's really not much of a breeze at all yet, but there's something to watch for later. 50 60 cents
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. sonoma county airport 61. yet you're seeing some low fifties for a few upper 50 67 brownwood . they'll be in the nineties today. no doubt about it. point raises 49 yet windsor and healdsburg and cloverdale are in the sixties. ross has dropped to 51 sas leader 52 yet pope valley sixties so there's some big spreads on these temps. the high , though, builds in the low drives into the intermountain region. i mean, i could record this and play it over 1000 times, and it wouldn't change. sixties seventies eighties nineties today, tomorrow is the bigger jump tomorrow and now this is mainly inland, get some pushing some upper nineties coast and bay will get a quick pop it then they come start right down again on wednesday and then big time cooling thursday into friday. you guys thank you. steve, recovering from a targeted attack at their church still ahead, the toll that traumatic event is taking on the congregation of the geneva presbyterian church in orange county. plus fighting climate change could be as easy as getting dressed coming up. we'll show you new technology, giving clothing the power to
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vo: call 211 or visit 211.org 2-1-1 get connected. get help. 4 1t puts a spotlight on the leaders of the southern baptist church and their alleged treatment of survivors of clergy sex abuse, according to these 288 page report, the southern baptist convention allegedly stonewalled and denigrated survivors of clergy sex abuse for almost two decades. spades survivors and others involved in cases where repeatedly met with resistance when they shared allegations with the conventions executive committee. the southern baptist convention is the united states biggest protestant denomination. with southern california police still looking for suspects and
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to smash and grab jewelry store robberies. the first happened in huntingdon beach, four people went into the princess bride store and started breaking display cases. all three workers attacked the suspects, including one of them using a chair as a weapon. no reports of any injuries. store officials aren't saying how much was stolen. and there was another robbery about an hour later in nearby santa ana for thieves stole $7000 worth of merchandise. the police aren't saying if these two cases are related the retired police officer who was shot and killed earlier this month in the mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket has been awarded a college degree. canisius college is proud to confer upon aaron w. salter junior the degree of bachelor posthumously. tenacious college awarded a communications degree to aaron salter junior over the weekend. salter was just one course away from graduating. his son, aaron
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salter, the third accepted the diploma on behalf of his father. when they told me that they were going to do that for him, and they asked me if i wanted to do it. i said absolutely. they told me to think about ourselves. i don't want to think about it. i'm going to do it because i know that would make him happy. the president of the college, said salter's career as a police officer and his bravery during the shooting more than made up for the one course he needed for his degree. salter had been working as a security guard at the supermarket. our time now for 15, members of the geneva presbyterian church in orange county, trying to move forward now, after a gunman targeted their church one week ago, reporter travis rice was there as church members gathered for the first time since that mass shooting. a week later, a lot more people know about the geneva presbyterian church and the taiwanese congregation that uses it, mostly elderly members keep to themselves, but it's a day that has to be addressed. there is a sense of sorrow,
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sadness. a few of them have expressed anxiety. very nervous right now. parents are long time members, the or belinda city council representatives says everyone has questions just because of the level of anxiety . we are dealing with an much more elderly population here, so quite nervous. no cameras allowed inside the service today , but today's sermon was about how love can conquer hate, and also how dr john chang exemplified the christian traditions outfront, a memorial to the victims and the hero doctor who sacrificed himself to stop the gunman from taking more lives grows passing reminder that something awful happened, but they were good people here to stop it. we condemn such violence, and i think our work has always been to build a democracy where people can express differences through peaceful ways. taiwanese ambassador h e b kim shaw flying in from dc bring condolences and concern from many people in
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taiwan, including our president , tragedy, motivated by political heat for the taiwanese at large. the gunman now awaiting trial, but those he attacked a week ago keeping their faith in a larger plan. today, we also learned that dr john chang's funeral will be this friday in aliso viejo. reporting in laguna woods, travis rice, fox 11 news. all right. thank you, travis. some of the world's top clothing makers are working on a ground breaking project they hope will help in the global battle against climate change. they're teaming up with scientists who have developed a special clothing solution. it allows fabric to capture carbon dioxide from the air and keep it stored until it can be absorbed by plants. it is pulled into this is this is greenhouse here and is used as a food for the plants , so it's completes the photosynthesis cycle. now the futuristic technology is now being tested by chefs that a swedish restaurant in stockholm
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who are wearing aprons made with that special fabric. how about that? very, very interesting. yeah. alright time is 4 17. steve is back. it's going to get warmer and warmer around the bay area, steve how do you know david? i named steve. i did tell you that it's true. we're starting that today and then to tomorrow before then things will start to change a little bit here. um i'll let you in on a secret. i can't find a lot of my graphics. so i'm kind of doing this on the fly here. i don't know where they went, but the highest building in there's a low digging in salt lake city and again. it's another pattern where we get the breeze in result is fifties sixties on the temps. here's brentwood, 66 sonoma county airport. 61 1 observation your middle valleys . 49 san carlos down to 51 sunny villas at 50. martinez pittsburgh, brownwood in the sixties hercules 59. that's warm . you drop it. 10 for castro valley a lot of fifties, though low fifties alamos, 52. kensington also 52. but does that low digs in the high builds in and temps will jump up for
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just a couple of days. that's been the theme here we get a couple of days of warm weather than it cools right back down, so it'll be warmer. the wind will be a bigger factor later this evening tonight. especially north and east again out to the valley. that's where the main concern is. 60 seventies eighties nineties tomorrow we'll get a quick pop with that night that north wind it will still be pretty warm inland, but starting to cool down wednesday, then a big drop thursday and friday. looks like we just level it off going into the weekend. all right. thank you. steve. health professionals are investigating a possible case of monkeypox here in the u. s next president biden's reaction to potential threat from the virus plus, did you see this ball gets loose during the rodeo in reading coming up, you'll see the chaos in the stands that followed. and where that bull finally ended up.
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sentenced to 21 year old russian soldier to life in prison for killing a ukrainian civilian the russian soldier pled guilty to shooting a ukrainian civilians in the head during the early days of the war. he testified he was following orders to shoot the man. he told the court that an officer said the ukrainian man who was speaking on a cellphone could give information on their location to ukrainian forces. this is the first war crimes trial held since russia's invasion. russian forces are still hitting targets in the eastern part of ukraine. russia has launched airstrikes on several towns in the donbass region, destroying buildings and killing and injuring civilians. one man talks about an airstrike on his town. it's not. you don't know there was an explosion ended. there is where the creditor is. all of this out. the world was gone, cannot close the doors anymore. a fierce battle is underway for ukraine's
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second largest city, kharkiv. ukrainian forces have been able to push back russian troops, but russian forces are regrouping on the outskirts of the city are time now for 23 in afghanistan, the taliban now enforcing a requirement for all female tv news anchors to wear facial coverings while reporting the news on the air. the order was announced last week, but only a few tv stations obeyed that order. but over the weekend, almost all of the female anchors were covering their faces. this morning. president biden is in japan, where he met with the japanese prime minister and announced a new trade deal with 12, indo pacific nations. president biden was given a welcome ceremony ahead of his meeting with the japanese prime minister. the president says the new trade deal is designed to address the need for stability and commerce after disruptions caused by the pandemic and russia's invasion of ukraine. day we made several commitments
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to further increase our bilateral cooperation. and to work together to ensure free and open end of pacific that creates opportunity and prosperity for all the people in the region remains fully committed. tomorrow president biden will meet in tokyo with the leaders from the u. s. japan australia and india. that group was formed to counter china's increasingly aggressive behavior in the region. time is not for 24. north korea says it's covid-19 outbreak is now slowing down. so far, north korea has reported almost 2.5 million likely covid infections since the virus outbreak started late last month . at least 66 virus deaths from covid have been reported. but north korea's state run news agency says the number of new cases is now going down. north korea has an extremely low vaccination rate against the coronavirus. president biden offered to send vaccines directly to north korea or through china to help north
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korea deal with the outbreak. health officials worry unvaccinated communities could lead to more outbreaks of the coronavirus says cases begin to rise. reporter salvi and gross hotels us. this comes as medical professionals are also now issuing warnings about monkey pox. everyone's tired of covid more than two years into the pandemic, and healthcare professionals say the virus still has a firm grasp on the world in the u. s new positive cases are back on the rise, with the average number of daily cases now hovering in more than 105,000, but there could be far more. there's a significant undercount. there's not nearly as much testing internationally . the world health organization reports more than one billion people across low income nations are still on vaccinated a worrisome number as officials say this can create more opportunities for the virus to further mutate. we lower our guard. at our parents. meantime monkeypox is putting communities
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on high alert. wh oh, this weekend confirming at least 92 cases and 28 suspected cases in a dozen countries, including the u. s, u k and canada. the rare disease is related to smallpox, with cases primarily seen across pockets of central and western africa. symptoms range from fevers to chills and rash like bumps on the skin. monkeypox outbreaks are not unprecedented . what's different is that this is transmitting between person to person without travel travel history, but it's the same principles of finding cases. isolating them using the smallpox vaccine strategically to stop these cases from spreading. and while monkey pox kills about one in 10 people it infects. doctors here in the states say the spread can be contained, adding covid-19 has helped increase hospitals abilities to respond to infectious diseases on such a large scale. sales she impress. oh fox news. more varia students will face a renewed mask mandate this morning up next we hear
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vacaville community are frustrated after being forced from their homes during a wildfire and they say it was started. by someone doing yard work during dry and windy conditions. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning san to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to monday, may 23rd brand new week i was getting a little choked up because steve paulson says, get ready for some really warm weather tomorrow. we're starting that today, but it's not going to last just a couple of days and it's out of here and we'll have a big drop on the temps by the time we get to thursday and friday, but today we start the process of warming up. there is just a few high class. very very little fog, even though the water temps are amazingly cold, but it will be a warmer monday. that's for sure. few high clouds, no big deal. it'll be sunny getting warmer. so we're looking at 60 seventies by the coast seventy's around the bay, the eighties and nineties inland. it will start today and
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it'll top out tomorrow. all right over to salads. 4 30 in the morning. are we picking up cones? are we all good? what's going on out there? there's some cons being picked up east 80 near redwood. there was one location. however it hasn't caused a big traffic jam. let's take a quick look at the bay bridge. and you can see it's nice and light. so if you get up early, it pays off for your commute. that's for sure. we usually don't start seeing slow traffic for another hour or so within the hour, but you can see traffic is looking good. almost everywhere you look at 4 31. let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal in vacaville. the coil fire has been burning since saturday afternoon. it's now 85% contained and has burned 135 acres. ktvu is tom baker reports the flames had the potential to explode into a firestorm. this area has been burned in a long time. but it surely dodged a bullet. a bullet inadvertently launched when a person committed a huge taboo mowing the lawn in
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the afternoon heat and wind foolishness. this fire. didn't have to start. people have to use their heads. i saw them cutting it, but i went on over to my place. and i didn't see it. ignite helicopters and other aircraft were called in giving the ground crews a big assist in battling the windswept fire. luckily these firefighters did a terrific job. the huge advantage here was the cal fire's main firefighting air force base mcclelland field in sacramento. is no more than 50 air miles from the quail fire site from here. almost any size or speed of aircraft can be dispatched for a very quick trip to close by locations or within any of the many fire attack bases throughout the state. cal fire can also choose from hundreds of live screaming cameras to see how to prioritize airstrikes and crew dispatches for maximum effect within their
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capabilities. we can be up to 20 to 25 aircraft flying in and out of here. fire says that most air tankers strikes and #### attack strikes limit 95% of potential wildfires to 10 acres or less, so you never hear about him. tom baker, ktvu fox two news time now for 33 for also watching a few other fires. firefighters have now fully contained the cohens fire burning since friday in mendocino county. it was fully contained today. an air quality advisory was called over the weekend because of smoke from that fire and the biggest fire that's burning right now in california, is in current county , the edmonton fire has burned more than one square mile south of bakersfield since it started friday. it is now 65% contained so far. no injuries reported or and he buildings damaged because of that fire. incredible story. six people are recovering from injuries they suffered when a
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bull jumped into the stands during a weekend rodeo and reading. look at that girl. oh a cell phone video captured the chaotic scene during the bull riding event of the rodeo friday night. the bull jumped over that fence and ran through a grandstand full of spectators before escaping from the arena, the bull was finally captured about a half mile away. the injuries are not considered serious among the fans. wow! time is not 4 34 well, federal officials are on the hunt for a texas yoga teacher accused of killing a professional san francisco cyclists. mariah wilson of san francisco was shot to death in austin, texas, reporter steve harrigan tells us wilson may have been involved in a love triangle with the suspect's boyfriend. police us marshals and the fbi are all on the hunt for the killer of a 25 year old cyclist mariah wilson.
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she was shot in austin as she was staying at a friend's house in preparation for a race. a tipster told police that she suspected the killer could be a 34 year old yoga teacher, caitlin armstrong, who suspected her boyfriend was having an affair with the cyclist and quote that she was angry enough to kill her, she said. police interviewed the yoga teacher whose vehicle was seen on surveillance footage right outside the home on the day of the murder, but they released her despite the fact that her jeep was out in front of the house at the time of the shooting. since that release, the yoga teacher has disappeared and the hunt is on. as for the cyclists in texas, they are mourning the loss of a star so incredibly painful for such a tight knit community and people with no like written so manyed miles with to be faced with this horrific tragedy and really my
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reaction is just pain and hurt. breaking police suspect that the yoga teacher may have even been using a fitness app to track the location of the cyclist. in atlanta. steve harrigan, fox news. new this morning, students , educators and staff had public schools in berkeley will have to pull out their masks again. starting today, the district is requiring masks be worn indoors. district officials say they're concerned about the recent jump in the number of cases reported on campus. the increase in number of teachers reporting covid and the shortage of substitute teacher says some administrators back in the classroom so schools can stay open. public health professor, dr john schwartzberg of uc berkeley, says returning to masks is a small but important step to finish out the school year. if teachers can't come in and teach the classes obviously can't meet. and if the kids are sick, um they're not. they're going to be missing school, so
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we need to be doing everything we can right now to keep the schools open and safe. now the adult school and district offices plan to move indoor events to outdoor locations whenever possible. they will also go back to holding zoom meetings. the renewed mandate is expected to stay in place until june 12th, which is the end of the school year. time is now 4 37. it is graduation season and for those young people about to join the workforce, it's time to find a new job. ktvu is greg liggins talk to those grads about their next step. as their caps fly high. so does the confidence of many new st mary's graduates that with their newly earned master's degrees, they'll be able to land a solid new job , like eight or nine, mostly because i have two job interviews lined up on the third round from a job interview tomorrow. actually experts say the timing for new graduates is excellent. but that doesn't mean getting a job will be easy. people say that this is like the
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perfect time to look for a job. but it kind of is hard because everyone is looking for a job now and especially in social media, which is what i want to do. michael bernick, attorney for duane morris and former director of california's employment development department. says california's labor market is the best he's seen in 40 years with nearly 1.3 million new openings. these aren't in just one occupation or one sector, but they're cross occupation across sectors across geography. so this is really the best time to look for a job. but as rosy as the economy, maybe thorns are starting to show california's unemployment claims have ticked up slightly in recent weeks, and with inflation still running over 8% the fed is raising rates to slow the economy. certainly the inflation rate, um is very concerning since we don't have it under control. nationally and, um, it's impact on employment graduate says she sees a
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potential downturn on the horizon but isn't concerned yet. that would be nervous. if at that time when things are on the decline. if i don't have something secure, then i would definitely panic more. but i'm trying to think that too far ahead. it's impossible to predict. precisely win the hot job market will cool and reverse , but it will happen eventually . so bernick offers this advice to new graduates. don't miss the opportunity get moving into the labor market, and, um, don't wait. because there's a lot of indication that the economy is going to slow down, and when it does, it's going to be much more difficult to get in. there haven't been any major layoffs announced here in the bay area recently, but the tech industry is beginning to show some cracks. greg liggins. ktvu fox two news, all right. thank you, greg over to steve paulson. with our warmer forecast this week. briefly we were at the coup bridge. oh noes that do
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lafayette saturday evening when the parents were bringing their saint mary's grads in by the dozens. i'm like it must be graduated beautiful st mary's college there and sleepy morada. i used to live there. alright it's going to be warmer here. today was the day we were getting ready to warm things up here. napa yesterday beautiful. 83 88 san francisco 70 livermore to 88 even warmer. tomorrow is tomorrow is really the main day. and san jose downtown 81 to 83 tuesday. there will be some mid nineties maybe a few pushing if the wind direction is north northeast. strong enough fire danger increases, you know, mainly sacramento valley out towards solano county. so that's where the red flag warning continues until tuesday, does not include vallejo, but includes fairfield, vacaville as well. water temps. the national weather service in monterey tweeted this out bodega bay bowie on i think it was on saturday. dropped to 46 degrees
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. that has only happened four times going back to about the 19 eighties. so if you if you fish out there or you're out there, you know those water temps are amazingly cold. everything that was showing a high building. you can see the signature of the high building and so 60 seventies by the water but eighties to near 90 today, the breeze will be the bigger factor this evening. there's not much of one right now, but it will start to pick up tonight into tomorrow is another system digs in. so we're going from forties fifties to sixties. uh santa rosa sonoma county airport already 61 but 45 woodside 49 atherton, los altos, 49, montara , pacifica and l. granada's at 47, 51, san carlos and foster city so cool there, but that low digs in the high. you can see that sending everything to the north. that's going to give us the breeze so warm to hot for the next few days, at least inland. it will be warmer for all as we head into tomorrow. getting warmer today, but wind picks up mainly north and east and then warm to hot tuesday
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into wednesday before everything comes really down big time, sixties seventies eighties nineties, so a quick warm up and then right back down again, especially thursday and friday could be a 20 degree drop for some here force getting involved in the ongoing baby formula crisis and lucas tomlinson in washington. all have the details coming up. and we'll show you how a neighborhood in brooklyn came together to celebrate a homegrown star and hip hop legend.
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the greatest breakfast sandwich of all time. and that deserves a chef's kiss it does. mwah. mwahhh. choose wisely. choose wendy's breakfast baconator. rations says it is making the national shortage of baby formula. it's top priority. reporter lucas tomlinson has the details. the first shipments arriving sunday in indiana from operation fly formula part of the white house's plan to address the dwindling supply of baby formula across the country . last week, the president vote the cold war era law to get the military involved in addressing the crisis. agricultural
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secretary tom vilsack was on hand as 39 tons of specialty formula brought in from overseas were offloaded from an air force c 17 cargo plane. it's enough to fill half a million bottles for hungry newborns. it would take approximately two weeks for the normal commercial process to work. as a result of the united states military's involvement. we're going to get this here in a matter of days. and a matter of days means a lot to the moms and dads who are worried the current shortage brought on after the nation's largest formula manufacturing plant was forced to shut down in february, citing safety concerns. it's set to be back up and running this week, but it could take up to two months for that product to hit the store shelves. just three companies produce around 90% of all formula in the united states. the president's chief economic advisor says that's a problem. we need more competition in this market. we need more companies providing their services, and we need to make sure that we never put
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ourselves in a situation where private sector supply chains can create such risk for american families. congress is scheduled to hold hearings on the crisis this week. in washington. lucas tomlinson fox news. our time is now for 46. facebook employees are not happy about the company's policy that bans them from talking about abortion on the job. the vice president of human resources were. meta reiterated that two employees that talking about abortion on the company's internal platform is not allowed because of the risk of creating a hostile work environment. many employees opposed the company's policy. it doesn't allow workers to talk respectfully about issues in the news, like black lives matter and immigration. people in san francisco gathered in the castro to celebrate harvey milk's birthday. friends and colleagues of milk gathered with local politicians to attend yesterday's celebration. milk was assassinated 44 years ago,
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one year after becoming the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in california. in 1973 when harvey milk grand for supervisor in this district, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the american psychological association. there are so many traditions and activism that we've talked about standing on the shoulders of giants. in our community. let's never forget how brave those giants were. another group also showed off some of the new designs to harvey milk plaza in the castro and house speaker nancy pelosi released this statement saying, quote standing against hateful oppression, harvey often spoke about the importance of hope for a better world hope for a better tomorrow in honoring his remarkable legacy. let us recommit to preserving that hope for a new generation. rooting out bigotry and finally living up to the full promise of american democracy time now for
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47 around the country, another birthdays being celebrated this one for rap star biggie smalls. the music of the notorious b. i g blasted through a neighborhood in brooklyn, new york, honoring the legendary rapper fans, family members, longtime friends celebrated christopher wallace, who was killed in a shooting in 1997 fans came with their t shirts, biggie hats and jerseys. even tattoos. his music is transcendent, like you can pop it in today. it sounds like it came out last week, so it's really you know, he was way ahead of his time. new york city also honored biggie on what would have been his 50th birthday by printing special subway tickets with his face on them at certain stations in brooklyn. justin thomas is the top golfer this morning after one of the most amazing comebacks justin thomas, started the day, seven strokes behind the leader, yesterday's pga championship at southern hills golf course until oklahoma then
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he started sinking. part after putt after putt until he was one stroke behind mito pera on the final hole. he made a double bogey after his ball ended up in the water, and thomas defeated wills allegories in a three hole playoff. i wasn't looking at leaderboards today. i was just trying to play golf kind of goes back to what i said on thursday of just not trying to play golf swing, not trying to play. you know the field not trying to play to a certain person, really? just trying to execute each shot. um as well as i could, and then wherever it ended up you know, just give my club the bones and let's move on and try to do the best we can in the next one. mallicoat nda. $2.7 million from that wind yesterday. the next p d n a. p g a tour event starts on thursday at colonial country club in fort worth, texas, for 49, the san francisco giants tonight will
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host the new york mets giants had a rough game and yesterday's 10 to 1 loss to the san diego padres. if it could go wrong, it seemed like it did for the giants. padres had 17 hits compared to only four hits for the giants. tonight's game against the mets starts at 6 40. the oakland a's are in seattle. they will play the mariners today. and like the giants, they had a rough game to only four hits, and they lost 4 to 1 to the angels. the a's pitching just could not stop the angels dynamic duo of mike trout and show ohio tana. they both had home runs with the angels. the a's are in last place in the american league west. after that loss, tonight's game against the mariners starts at 6 40. alright the a's away giants home, though, what's the weather going to be like for a evening game? yeah i had this conversation on saturday when we were at the game you could do for forecasts
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for just the stadium alone part. where are you sitting? really not? you know if you're sitting in the in the lower bowls, and it's hot friend of ours was out and by the arcade and they were freezing. so it just depends on where you're sitting games are a little different. everybody's kind of take a jacket at a night game because it doesn't take much. alright we have a warmer temps on the way. what was amazing was the temperature really wasn't that warm officially? but boy, if you're in the sun man, it feels hot, hot hot. we're going 70 today in the city, so it'll be nice tonight but again anytime that breeze picks up, boy, what a difference. 88 napa, 88, livermore and 83 for san jose. tomorrow will be the hot day. temperatures will bump up 70 to 96. it'll be wind driven again. of course. you know nothing we haven't seen or dealt with it many, many, many times here, but it will be because of that north northeast breeze. so red flag is mainly out to the valley also includes parts of solano county, not all of solano county. water
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temps over continue to be just incredibly cold. 47 49, bodega bay point reyes, san francisco bowie, but the high building in is going to give us a warm up here for a couple of days thirties up in the mountains, truckee. sounds like tahoe fifties on the coast or forties until hit southern california, then its upper fifties but for us, 60 seventies coast and bay today than eighties to near 90 for a few inland. tomorrow will be the bigger jump in santa rosa was 86 yesterday wouldn't take much to get them to 90, but most locations when inland were in the low eighties yesterday. 61 santa rosa calistoga is 54 brentwood 65. but 51 fremont, 51 san carlos sunnyvale at 50. forties in the santa cruz mountains, also around santa cruz proper low fifties santa clare campbell, south san jose, morgan hill, cupertino, saratoga , both at 53, so the high builds in for a couple of days. thankfully it's not building in for weeks or weeks out of time, which we've seen in the past. but we will get a warm to hot pattern for a few days. so getting warmer today. tomorrow is the main day is the wind
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picks up mainly in the hills and also out to the east. so there'll be some toasty temps tomorrow inland, 60 seventies eighties low nineties today, mid nineties tomorrow, then still warm inland wednesday was starting to cool down on a big drop thursday. friday, you guys all right. thank you, steve. the warriors are now just one win away from the nba finals. still ahead. we hear from coach kerr about the possibility of a sweet against the dallas mavericks tomorrow night. a smash and grab robbery did not go as planned. we're going to show you the surveillance video of the moment of jewelry employee fought off the robbers. but first, the impact the nation's rising gas prices will have on memorial day travel plans
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the world are literally keeping people awake at night, and that's causing people to lose roughly two weeks of sleep. per year. the same study found that sleep problems linked to hot and comfortable temperatures hits low income people and the elderly, especially hard, latest lundberg. survey shows. us gas prices have jumped 33 cents in just the past two weeks. no surprise that bay area drivers are paying the highest prices for gas in the country. the average price for a gallon has jumped to $6.20. the lowest average price is in tulsa, oklahoma, at 3 92. reporter nate boy says during the upcoming memorial day holiday weekend, most americans will pay record breaking prices for gas. triple a projects over 39 million americans to travel for the upcoming holiday weekend on memorial day. 35 million of them are expected to drive and they will be paying record or near record gas prices. the national average per gallon sitting at 4
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59, but many are paying more, especially here in new york, this particular station charging 6 39 per gallon for regular and just a penny shy of $7 per gallon. for supreme i mentioned. all drivers are getting impacted by this. take a look at this map of the states that are getting hit the hardest. you see a cluster of states on the west coast getting hit especially hard as well as the northeast and california. the average price for gas is 606 a gallon in illinois, just two cents shy of $5 per gallon. now take a look at how quickly prices have gone up again. according to triple a in the past week, the average prices up 14 cents in the past month. it's up almost 50 cents in the past year, prices are up more than a dollar 50 per gown. so if you have a 15 gallon tank that's $23 more every single time you fill up your car, take a listen to impacted drivers. i usually used to fill up my gas like $40. now it's like 55, so it's really hard to believe that the way the prices increased, you know, it's really you know, impacting a lot. you know it
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crossed over $100 to fill this van up and you know, it's getting kind of tough also, according to triple a for the first time ever this week, the average price for gas and each and every u. s state is over $4 per gallon and with summer travel demand prices are not expected to improve anytime soon . again 39 million americans expected to travel for memorial day weekend that's an 8% increase from last year, but still not quite at the pre pandemic numbers that we saw back in 2019. we'll send it back to you. alright 2500, business leaders and politicians from around the world are meeting in switzerland this week for the world economic forum will meet in davos for the next five days. organizers of the event postponed the traditional january meeting date. for this summit due to concerns about the pandemic. now the global leaders will discuss a wide range of topics during this week's springtime meeting. he said.
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geopolitical it's just that we are faced with war in ukraine, but also very difficult situations. many other places in the world. it is also climate change. it is also that the global growth is slowing, and we have to avoid that this very weak recovery and ends with a new recession because we have very limited ammunition to fight in your ression. ukrainianof ths already called for maximum sanctions on russia for the invasion of ukraine. really? my reaction is just pain and heartbreaking. heartbreak in the san francisco cycling community . what investigators believe may have led to a murder with the prime suspect on the run, and a red flag warning is in effect in parts of the bay area. strong winds have created dangerous wildfire conditions. the restrictions in place now to
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prevent a wildfire from starting from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning to you. we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. may 23rd we had a nice, restful weekend could be a busy week, and i know it's going to be an interesting weather week. steve paulson has our forecast once again up. then down real fast all in one week on these temps here today will start that warm up after it was a nice weekend temperatures will bump up inland will get some near 90. most will be in the eighties, the sixties seventies over by the coast, except for a few high clauses, very little fog. only i can find out down towards monterey warmer monday. mostly sunny, sunny, getting warmer, in fact temperatures jumping up here. san francisco oakland, santa rosa livermore san jose, all above average, even warmer tomorrow. right over to salads. five o'clock in the morning. we made it through the first hour. what about now? we're still doing pretty well, steve. as a
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matter of fact, we don't see a lot going on. which is nice. sometimes on mondays. we don't get any action really? till about six. and we're hoping it stays that way. i'm looking at highway four, and that's a pretty good commute right now. driving in from any active conquered, so you may want to take advantage before we start getting crowds. this is a look at the paper bridge that looks good as well with no problems onto the span. 501 let's get back to the headlines. thank you. investigators in santa rosa , searching for suspects after a 28 year old was found shot dead while sitting in the driver's seat of his car that happened early sunday morning in a neighborhood just off the 101 freeway right across from the santa rosa d. m. v. police say the victim was in the car with friends. another car rode up alongside the words were exchanged and a shot was fired into the victim's car shooting victim died there at the scene. detectives are still trying to get a description of the suspect's car. a 25 $100 reward
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is being offered for information leading to an arrest today. two people accused in a racially charged killing and tracy will be back in court. christina garner and jeremy wayne jones are accused of killing an african american man. navy veteran 30 year old justin people's at a gas station on tracy boulevard march 15th. during an initial court appearance last month. the suspects did not enter pleas. federal officials still searching for a texas yoga teacher accused of killing a professional cyclist from san francisco. mariah wilson of san francisco was shot to death in austin, texas, reporter steve harrigan says wilson may have been involved in a love triangle with the suspect's boyfriend. police us marshals and the fbi are all on the hunt for the killer of a 25 year old cyclist mariah wilson. she was shot in austin as she was staying at a friend's house in preparation for a race. a tipster told
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police that she suspected the killer could be a 34 year old yoga teacher, caitlin armstrong , who suspected her boyfriend was having an affair with the cyclist and quote that she was angry enough to kill her, she said. police vehicle was seen on surveillance footage right outside the home on the day of the murder, but they released her despite the fact that her jeep was out in front of the house at the time of the shooting. since that release, the yoga teacher has disappeared and the hunt is on. as for the cyclists in texas, they are mourning the loss of a star so incredibly painful for such a tight knit community and people you've graced with celebrated with no like britain so many miles with to be faced with this horrific tragedy, and really. my reaction is just pain and hurt. breaking police suspect that the
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yoga teacher may have even been using a fitness app to track the location of the cyclist. in atlanta. steve harrigan, fox news, steve oakland police are investigating what they're calling an unexplained death investigators discovered a man's body friday night inside a vehicle that had caught fire. it happened on high street near brookdale park. the name of the victim has not been released our time now five oh, four person who was missing for five days was found and rescued at thornton state beach in daly city, a group of people who were walking a trail at the beach found the victim and then called 911. that victim was taken to a hospital for treatment that we're trying to still trying to get more information about the circumstances on how the victim was found the name of the victim or the condition of the victim. san francisco police and firefighters helped deliver a roadside miracle officers were called to the scene of a woman in labor stuck in traffic, trying to get to the hospital to
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have a baby, but that baby just would not wait with no time to make it to the hospital officers jumped into action. help the woman deliver her baby. and then a few minutes later, just as firefighters arrived. wasn't one baby was too we're told that mom and twins are now were taken to the hospital, and they are now doing fine. time is not 505 everybody talking about the warriors, who are now just one win away from heading back to the nba finals. last night, the warriors beat the dallas mavericks 109 to 100. they have taken the three games to none lead in the western conference finals. yes, death. curry led the way with 31 points and andrew wiggins was incredible. 27 points in the warriors win. warriors head coach steve kerr says this was one of the warriors biggest victories yet in the postseason. this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage
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of your momentum. you can't let a team back in and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. now the warriors could sweep the series if they win tomorrow night over the mavericks. that game's in dallas game four of this series , thousands of members of dub nation celebrated the warriors, big victory and a watch party outside san francisco's jason er and ktvu s. elissa harrington was there it thrives city with the fans as the warriors moved another step closer. to the nba finals. well fans want a sweet and it was so loud at the watch party tonight, which was at capacity and almost felt like being at a home game. it was an amazing experience. i love it. go warriors. i just hope you know, we sweep sweep sweep. miami heat will see you in the finals. tonight's game was played in dallas, but fans were
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still invited to watch the warriors at the chase center thrive. city is the space right outside the arena, where there's games, food and a jumbo video screen that measures more than 3000 square feet. fans were thrilled to watch steph clay draymond and the rest of the team defeat the mavericks in game three of the western conference finals. mackey is a season ticket holder and calls herself a pom pom mom. she said. the watch parties are so much better than cheering alone at home. greatest feeling the world . why is that the champs? they're gonna do it again, and there will be another watch party on tuesday. gates open at 4 30. in san francisco. i'm elissa harrington ktvu fox two news. thank you, alyssa. later today, a red flag warning will take effect for most of solano county. the national weather service is warning of wind gas up to 35 mph, along with low humidity and warmer temperatures. the warning goes into effect at 11 o'clock this morning. it's scheduled to retain remain in place until eight o'clock tomorrow night. now. the warning includes
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fairfield, vacaville and travis air force base of the laiho is just outside that warning zone at this point because of the high fire danger. cal fire has new restrictions in place beginning today, most outdoor burning of residential landscape debris will be off limits. in six northern california counties . no fire permits will be issued for fires and solano, sonoma, napa, yolo lake and colusa counties. now exceptions could be made for cases that are linked to fire training, agriculture, land management and other industrial situations. cal fire says it oh, inspect any areas before they allow even those burn permits. alright steve paulson, keeping an eye on all these conditions and hopefully some changes in the weather as well. once we get past wednesday, then it'll drop 15 20 degrees and we'll have more of an onshore breeze probably a bigger fog bank, but next couple of days, especially tomorrow will be the warmest days of the week. napa san francisco livermore san jose. nice weekend temporarily. we've
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got a nice may i know it's been windy, but temperatures haven't been that bad. today, they'll bump up 88 70 88 83. but tomorrow we'll get a bigger jump conquered now over the weekend and sunday jumped up to 86. we're going 90 today. 96 for tuesday. then wednesday, 92 don't be surprised if it's around 78 79 by thursday, so some changes here. heat inland returns not so much coast but 60 seventies today than seventies eighties tomorrow nineties inland. the aforementioned red flag that goes until eight o'clock tuesday, mainly easy to get out to the valley water. temps are just incredibly cold. bodega bay, san francisco bowie. also in the forties is just you don't see it this often that cold but that's what we have. everything is going up and over. so your forecast today 60 seventies anywhere near the coast in the bay and then eighties near 90, ellen, we'll go with that for santa rosa, of course, out towards antioxidant. brentwood also fairfield 49 napa airport to sixties santa rosa,
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65, brentwood and fifties for others to the north. you can find 60 in cloverdale. yeah drop a tin for other sonoma is 49 runner park is 49 point raises 49 so the high bills in for a couple of days. so for the next couple of days, we are looking for a warm up here. doesn't take long this time of year getting warmer today and then hot tomorrow. the wind picks up tonight mainly north and east bay hills now to the valley, 60 seventies eighties to some nineties on your temps and warmer tomorrow that will be the hot day. still pretty warm inland wednesday, then a big drop thursday into friday, guys thank you. steve, recovering from a targeted attack on their church still ahead, the toll the traumatic event is taking on the congregation of the geneva presbyterian church in orange county. also fighting climate change could be as easy as getting dressed coming up. we'll tell you about the new technology, giving clothing the power to capture carbon dioxide from the air.
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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 interfered in every single case and failed to do his job.
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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.
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was now. 5 12. a new investigative report puts a spotlight on the leaders of the southern baptist church and their alleged treatment of survivors of clergy sex abuse. according to this 288 page report, the southern baptist convention allegedly stonewalled and denigrated survivors of clergy sex abuse over almost two decades. states survivors and others involved in cases were repeatedly met with resistance when they shared allegations with the conventions executive committee southern baptist convention. is he the biggest protestant denomination in the united states? and police in southern california, searching now for robbery suspects and to smash and grab jewelry store robberies of the first one happened in huntingdon beach, four people went into the princess bride store, it started
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breaking display cases. all three of the employees attacked the suspects, including one of them using a chair like a weapon. no reports of any injuries. this store officials aren't saying how much was stolen. there was another robbery just about an hour later in nearby santa ana for thieves stole $7000 worth of merchandise . the police haven't said yet that these two cases are related. the retired police officer who was shot and killed earlier this month in the mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket has been awarded a college degree college is proud to confer upon aaron w. salter junior the degree of bachelor bug question. it. now canisius college, awarded the communications degree to aaron salter junior over the weekend. salter was one course away from graduating. his son, aaron salter, the third accepted the diploma on behalf of his father. they told me that they were
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going to do that for him, and they asked me if i wanted to do it. i said absolutely. they told me to think about ourselves. i don't want to think about it. i'm going to do it because i know that would make him happy. the president of the college, said salter's career as a police officer and his bravery during the shooting more than made up for the one course he needed for his degree. salter had been working as a security guard at that supermarket. time is not 5 15 members of the geneva presbyterian church in orange county, trying to move forward with their lives after a gunman targeted that church one week ago. reporter travis rice was there as church members gathered for the first time since that mass shooter. a week later, a lot more people know about the geneva presbyterian church and the taiwanese congregation that uses it, mostly elderly members keep to themselves, but it's a day that has to be addressed. there is a sense of sorrow. shanice few of them have expressed anxiety. very nervous
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right now. parents are long time members, the or belinda city council representatives says everyone has questions just because of the level of anxiety . we are dealing with an much more elderly population here, so quite nervous. no cameras allowed inside the service today, but today's sermon was about how love can conquer hate, and also how dr john chang exemplified the christian traditions outfront, a memorial to the victims and the hero doctor who sacrificed himself to stop the gunman from taking more lives grows. it's a passing reminder that something awful happened, but they were good people here to stop it. we condemn such violence. and i think our our work has always been to build a democracy where um people can express differences through peaceful ways. taiwanese ambassador hdb kim xiao flying in from dc bring condolences and concern from many people in taiwan, including our president, tragedy, motivated by political hate for
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the taiwanese at large. the gunman now awaiting trial, but those he attacked a week ago keeping their faith in a larger plan. today we also learned that dr john chang's funeral will be this friday in aliso viejo reporting in laguna woods. travis rice, fox 11 news. thank you, travis. some of the world's top clothing makers are working on a ground breaking project they hope will help in the global battle against climate change. now they're teaming up with scientists who have developed a special clothing solution. it allows fabric to capture carbon dioxide from the air and keep it stored until it can be absorbed by plants. it is pulled into this. this this this greenhouse here and is used as a food for the plants, so it completes the photosynthesis cycle. the technology is now being tested by chefs at a swedish restaurant in stockholm , who are wearing aprons made with that special fabric. i think it's great. you're walking
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around wearing the technology that doesn't that's incredible. love it alright. steve paulson's here. i hope you like today's weather, steve says it's going to get warm. i've had a windy pattern that's for sure. april and may, although we are getting a quick little pop here on the temps starts somewhat today, but tomorrow is the no doubt about it. the warmest tech napa san francisco livermore san jose, warming up here we'll go to 88 70. 88 83 tomorrow, though, that that livermore and napa could be around 95 96 as the forecast is for concord tomorrow yesterday, 86 going 90 today. 96 tuesday, 92 wednesday but don't be surprised if its upper seventies are very, very low eighties. on thursday. so again when we get these warm ups, but they don't last, but we're going into the first inning of this one here, so he'd inland returns tomorrow . fire danger, of course increases tonight into tomorrow as we get another north wind. another north. one red flag warning until eight o'clock tuesday, mainly to the east
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after the valid parts of solano county. although eastern contra costa county has also had their fair share of wind as well , i should have you can see the signature of the high building and just off the pacific there. forties fifties and sixties. take your pick. i mean, there's some cool readings, and there's a moral ones. napa airports down to 49 yet martinez pittsburgh, brownwood are all in the sixties 51, kensington 48 castro valley, walnut creek, said 50 and dublin and pleasant and both at 53. the high builds in for a couple of days, and then it will get knocked out of here, but a warm to hot pattern for those away from the coast for the next few days getting warmer. there's very little fog. hardly any few high clouds, but no big deal. wind picks up again, mainly north east bay hills and out towards the sacramento value areas. eastern solano contra costa county so warmer, breezy tonight, sixties seventies eighties nineties. tomorrow is the day. still pretty warm inland wednesday, then a big drop on thursday. davis the fog comes back. okay steve. thank you time 5 19 will help professionals investigating
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5 22 new this morning, according ukraine just sentenced to 21 year old russian soldier to life in prison for killing a ukrainian civilians. the russian soldier pleaded guilty to shooting a ukrainian civilians and the head. in the early days of the war in ukraine, he testified. he was following orders to shoot that man. he told the court that an officer said the ukrainian man who was speaking on a cellphone could give information on their location to ukrainian forces. this is the first war crimes
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trial held since russia invaded ukraine. russian forces are still hitting targets in eastern ukraine. russian launched airstrikes on several towns in the donbass region. destroying buildings and killing and injuring civilians. one man talked about how an airstrike hit his town. it's not. you don't know there was an explosion blended. there is where the creditor is. all of this out. the world was gone, cannot close the doors anymore. no a fierce battles underway right now for ukraine's second largest city, kharkiv, ukrainian forces have been able to push back russian troops, but russian forces are regrouping on the outskirts of that city. in afghanistan. the taliban is now enforcing a requirement for all female tv news anchors to wear facial coverings while they report the news on the air. the order was an as last week, but
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only a few tv stations obeyed the order. but over the weekend , almost all of the female anchors were covering their faces. time is now 5 24 new this morning, president biden is in japan, and he met with the japanese prime minister and announced a new trade deal with 12, indo pacific nations. president biden was given a welcome ceremony. as you see here before he met with the japanese prime minister, president biden says the new trade deal is designed to address the need for stability in commerce. after all the disruptions caused by the pandemic and russia's invasion of ukraine. hey we made several commitments to further increase our bilateral cooperation. and to work together to ensure free and open end of pacific that creates opportunity and prosperity for all the people in the region tomorrow, president
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biden will meet in tokyo with leaders from the quad, the united states, japan, australia and india. and they were formed counter china's increasingly aggressive behavior in that region. well health officials worried that unvaccinated communities could lead to more outbreaks of the coronavirus is the number of cases start rising reporter saudi and grass hotels us. this comes as medical professionals are also issuing warnings about the monkey pox. everyone's tired of covid more than two years into the pandemic , and healthcare professionals say the virus still has a firm grasp on the world in the u. s new positive cases are back on the rise, with the average number of daily cases now hovering in more than 105,000, but there could be far more. there's a significant undercount. um there's not nearly as much testing internationally. the world health organization reports more than one billion people across low income nations are still on vaccinated a worrisome number as
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officials say this can create more opportunities for the virus to further mutate. we lower our guard. at our parents. meantime monkeypox is putting communities on high alert. w h o this weekend, confirming at least 92 cases and 28 suspected cases in a dozen countries, including the u. s, u k and canada. the rare disease is related to smallpox, with cases primarily seen across pockets of central and western africa. symptoms range from fevers to chills and rash like bumps on the skin. monkeypox outbreaks are not unprecedented . what's different is that this is transmitting between person to person without travel travel history, but it's the same principles of finding cases. isolating them using the smallpox vaccine strategically to stop these cases from spreading monkeypox kills about one in 10 people it infects. doctors here in the states say the spread can be contained, adding covid-19 has helped increase hospitals abilities to
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thay afflicted with traffic accidents. investigators are looking into the cause of a deadly crash in downtown san francisco. we hear from witnesses who saw the crash that sent to taxi onto the sidewalk where two people were killed. darn foolishness this fire didn't have to start. people have to use their heads.
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frustrated neighbors in a vacaville community after a wildfire forced them out of their homes. they say it was caused by someone doing yard work during dry and windy conditions. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for joining us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's monday. it's may 23rd hey, steve can pam where her short shorts today? i'm not going there, dave. okay alright . i was just asking their flip flops, football touching that. alright uh, where you're comfy clothes? how's that? okay. summer attire. we do have very little fog, not much at all if you high clouds, but everything is saying up up up we go on the temperatures as they are set to make a move. now. most of this is inland, not so much the coast but it will be warmer monday. only a few high clouds, but everything says we're getting warmer, which means there'll be a few in united, but most seventies eighties tomorrow there will be some pretty hot
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temperatures inland. let's get back to the news now with pam and dave. thank you, steve in vacaville. the quail fire has been burning since saturday afternoon. it's now 85% contained. it has burned 135 acres, ktvu tom vacar reports. the flames had the potential to explode into a firestorm. this area has been burned in a long time. but it surely dodged a bullet. a bullet inadvertently launched when a person committed a huge taboo mowing the lawn in the afternoon heat and wind foolishness. this fire. didn't have to start. people have to use their heads. i saw them cutting it, but i went on over to my place. and i didn't see it . ignite helicopters and other aircraft were called in giving the ground crews a big assist in battling the windswept fire. luckily, these firefighters did a terrific job. the huge advantage here was that cal fire's main firefighting air force base mcclelland field in
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sacramento. there's no more than 50 air miles from the quail fire site. from here. almost any size or speed of aircraft can be dispatched for a very quick trip to close by locations or within any of the many fire attack bases throughout the state. cal fire can also choose from hundreds of live screaming cameras to see how to prioritize airstrikes and crew dispatches for maximum effect within their capabilities. we can be up to 20 to 25 aircraft flying in and out of here here says that most air tankers strikes and #### attacks strikes limit 95% of potential wildfires to 10 acres or less, so you never hear about him. tom baker, ktvu fox two news, all right. thank you, tom. we're also keeping an eye on a few other fires. firefighters have now fully contained the owens fire that has been burning since friday in mendocino county and air quality advisory was called over the weekend because of smoke from that fire. the
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biggest fire currently burning in california is in current fire . that fire has burned more than one square mile south of bakersfield since it started on friday. it's now 65% contained and there are no reports of any injuries or any buildings damaged from the fire. don't forget you can get all the information you need on the ktvu weather apps for all the most current weather conditions, and that includes the latest developments on the red flag warnings here in the bay area. her time now. 5 33 san francisco police are busy investigating the cause of a deadly crash where a taxi involved in a crash jumped aside walk and hit several pedestrians. it's all happened at third admission right near the european buena center for the arts ktvu demagogues. you're near that intersection. you have more information. good morning. morning, dave. this tends to be a busy intersection with fast moving cars and heavy foot traffic. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. but san francisco's district six supervisor matt dorsey, said
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vehicle collisions around this area are all too frequent. this is a neighborhood that is disproportionately afflicted with traffic accidents. um i don't know if people were speeding or what was happening, but those are commonly the kinds of things that happened in this south of market area. police say the taxi collided with a mercedes before it ended up on the sidewalk to women were pinned underneath the taxi and pronounced dead at the scene. the taxi driver and a male pedestrian were taken to the hospital. the driver of the mercedes stayed at the scene. police have not yet released the names of the two women who were killed. meanwhile sfpd s traffic collision investigative unit continues to investigate what happened, the sf medical examiner's office has also opened an investigation reporting live in san francisco . demagogues ktvu fox two news. all right. thank you, emma. six people are recovering from
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injuries they suffered when a bull jumped into the stands during a weekend rodeo in reading. oh! oh, cellphone video captured the chaotic scene during the bull riding event of the rodeo friday night that bull jumped over the fence, then ran through a grandstand full of spectators. before escaping from the arena, the bull was finally captured about half a mile away. the injuries among the fans are not considered serious students , teachers and staff at public schools in berkeley will have to wear their masks again. starting today, the district is requiring masks be worn indoors. district officials say they're concerned about the recent jump in the number of cases reported on campus. the increase in the number of teachers reporting covid and the shortage of substitute teachers has some administrators back in the classroom so schools can stay open. public health professor, dr john schwartzberg of uc berkeley says returning to masks
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is a small but important step to finish out the school year. teachers can't come in and teach the classes obviously can't meet and if the kids are sick, um they're not. they're going to be missing school, so we need to be doing everything we can right now to keep the schools open and safe. now the adult school and district offices plan to move indoor events to outdoor locations whenever possible. they will also go back to holding zoom meetings. the renewed mandate is expected to stay in place until june 12th, which is the end of the school year. time to 5 36 you see the students everywhere. it's graduation season and for those young people about to join the workforce, they have to go out and find jobs. ktvu is greg liggins talked to those new grads about their plans. as their caps fly high. so does the confidence of many new st mary's graduates that with their newly earned master's degrees, they will be able to land a solid new
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job solid eight or nine, mostly because i have two job interviews lined up and i'm on the third round from a job interview tomorrow. actually experts say the timing for new graduates is excellent. but that doesn't mean getting a job will be easy. people say that this is like the perfect time to look for a job. but it kind of is hard because everyone is looking for a job now and especially in social media, which is what i want to do. michael bernick, attorney for duane morris and former director of california's employment development department. says california's labor market is the best he's seen in 40 years with nearly 1.3 million new openings. these aren't just one occupation or one sector, but they're cross occupation across sectors across geography. so this is really the best time to look for a job. but as rosy as the economy, maybe thorns are starting to show california's unemployment claims have ticked up slightly in recent weeks, and with inflation still running over 8% the fed is
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raising rates to slow the economy. certainly the inflation rate, um is very concerning since we don't have it under control. nationally and, um, it's impact on employment graduate says she sees a potential downturn on the horizon but isn't concerned yet . that would be nervous. if at that time like when things are on the decline. if i don't have something secure, then i would definitely panic more. but i'm trying to think that too far ahead. it's impossible to predict precisely win the hot job market will cool and reverse , but it will happen eventually . so bernick offers this advice to new graduates. don't miss the opportunity get moving into the labor market, and, um, don't wait. because there's a lot of indication that the economy is going to slow down, and when it does, it's going to be much more difficult to get in. there haven't been any major layoffs announced here in the bay area recently, but the tech industry
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is beginning to show some cracks. greg liggins. ktvu fox two news. thank you, greg. i know steve. you've been talking about the cold water temperatures. those buoy readin. how does that impact our weather? well the right setup not far away when it's that cold, but something happened over the weekend. it's just it's a rarity. national weather service in monterey, thankfully, sent this information out continuous nonstop northwest winds since april really has caused what you call the strong upwelling and brings us cold nutrient waters up from the deeper depths. if you will, the bodega bay bowie dropped to 46 degrees 46.4. this is extremely rare. the last time this happened was in 13, 4000 and 1999 and early 19 eighties. that's it. i cannot remember seeing 46. but thanks to the national weather service of monterey for sending that out. that information. i mean, we've been sitting in the forties here, you know, usually it's you know 50 to 55, but they're still
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in the forties for most, but they obeyed. bumped up to 47 point raised. 49 san francisco 49. these make a huge impact on areas if you live near the coast or in san francisco, especially if you start to get a west breeze now the city was only 67 yesterday will bump you up to 70 napa dota 88 livermore 88 in san jose. 2 83 inland temps will begin a bigger jump now conquered just to 86. nothing new there. but today 90 96 on tuesday, 92 wednesday, but by thursday they could be in the upper seventies. so that's kind of in the pattern. we' back down. heat inland, though, returns a little bit today, more so tomorrow and it's all because of i think we all know i pressure, northerly breeze or a northeasterly breeze. most of this is focused on the valley. parts of solano county as well. you can see the high building in that cloud cover going up up up. there's not much of a breeze yet in fact, oakland hills it's a west southwest. a big rock by novato, also by lucas valley there north of 22 mountain, cedar, north alice peak northwest. but wind speeds are
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below 25 mph. now sonoma county airport is sitting around 60 63 downtown's 53 rhona parks 49. so there's some big spreads here. napa's 49 walnut creek 50 at brentwood, 65 san carlos 50 woodside a cool 45. in fact, l grenada's 46. khost is mostly clear. stanford 49 los altos, 48 san mateo at 51, but for a couple of days here, the high will build in, so we'll get a warm up here for a couple of days. getting warmer today. not crazy hot tomorrow that would be pretty toasty. as that wind kicks in. there'll be some inland temps in the mid nineties, maybe a little warmer than that 60 seventies eighties but that slight onshore breeze should keep the coast nice, although they'll get a little pop tomorrow before a big drop starts on thursday and back to windy, cool pattern by sunday and monday. okay steve. thank you. time is 5 41 we've known for years. smoking cigarettes can seriously hurt our bodies coming up at six o'clock, the new study that says the smoke from wildfires can be just as dangerous. and we're going to
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now open in northern california. on n administration says it is making the national shortage of baby formula. it's top priority. reporter lucas tomlinson has the details of what parents need to know. the first shipments arriving sunday in indiana from operation fly formula part of the white house's plan to address the dwindling supply of baby formula across the country . last week, the president vote the cold war era law to get the military involved in addressing the crisis. agricultural secretary tom vilsack was on hand as 39 tons of specialty formula brought in from overseas
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were offloaded from an air force c 17 cargo plane. it's enough to fill half a million bottles for hungry newborns. it would take approximately two weeks for the normal commercial process to work. as a result of the united states military's matter of dayf days means a lot to the moms and dads who are worried the current shortage brought on after the nation's largest formula manufacturing plant was forced to shut down in february, citing safety concerns. it's set to be back up and running this week, but it could take up to two months for that product to hit the store shelves. just three companies produce around 90% of all formula in the united states. the president's chief economic advisor says that's a problem. we need more competition in this market. we need more companies providing their services, and we need to make sure that we never put ourselves in a situation where private sector supply chains can create such risk for american
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families. congress is scheduled to hold hearings on the crisis this week. in washington. lucas tomlinson, fox news, lucas. thank you. time is not 5 45. some facebook employees are not happy about the company's policy that bans them from talking about abortion on the job. the vice president of human resources for meta reiterated to employees that talking about abortion on the company's internal platform is not allowed because of the risk of creating a hostile work environment. many employees opposed the company's policyers to talk respectfully about issues in the news, like black lives matter and immigration people in san francisco gathered in the castro to celebrate harvey milk's birthday. friends and colleagues of milk gathered with local politicians to attend yesterday's celebration. milk was assassinated 44 years ago, one year after becoming the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in california. in 1973. when harvey
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milk ran for supervisor in this district, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the american psychological association. there are so many traditions and activism that we talk about standing on the shoulders of giants in our community. let's never forget how brave those giants work. another group also showed off some of the new designs for harvey milk plaza in the castro. and that was the event. a little look at that time is 5 47 to around the country. the birthday of rap star biggie smalls is being celebrated the music of the notorious b. i g blasted through a neighborhood in brooklyn honoring the legendary rap star fans. family members, longtime friends celebrated christopher wallace. he was killed in 1997 in a drive by shooting. the fans honored his life with t shirts, biggie hats and jerseys, even tattoos. his music is transcendent, like you
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can pop it in today. it sounds like it came out last week. so it's real. you know he way ahead of his time. and new york city also honored biggie smalls on what would have been his 50th birthday by printing special subway tickets with his face on them at certain train stations in brooklyn. justin thomas is the top golfer this morning after one of the most amazing comebacks justin thomas, started the day seven strokes behind the leader at yesterday's p g. a championship at southern hills golf course in tulsa, oklahoma. he then started sinking putt after putt after cut until he was one stroke behind me to pera on the final hole. he made a double bogey after his ball ended up in the water, and thomas defeated wills alatorre in a three hole playoff. i wasn't looking at leaderboards today. i was just trying to play golf kind of goes back to what i said on thursday of just not trying to play golf swing, not trying to play. you know the
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field not trying to play to a certain person, really? just trying to execute each shot. um as well as i could, and then wherever it ended up you know, just give my club the bones and let's move on and try to do the best we can in the next one. thomas earned $2.7 million for that win the next pga tour event starts thursday at colonial country club in fort worth, texas. alright time is 5 49 salad? no, you watch golf. did you watch the warriors last night, too? nah no paypal about it. didn't you very exciting at all. i had book club steve was there we talked about, you know our favorite book seasons of the act, you know? i'm kidding. of course, of course. i watched the words and then i went to bed happy. good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at the commute. if you are driving in pittsburgh, there's a little bit of slow traffic there already. it's an unusual spot. there could be something that i don't know about yet right here in pittsburgh, because usually
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we get the slowing here and not where i put the first arrow, so we'll get to the bottom of that. so far, though, it's not a huge backup in 60 80 looks good as you drive to walnut creek. i think that went out of order there. i put the picture of sfl. but i love that picture of sfo. but i digress. let's go back to the toll plaza of the bay bridge that's makes a little more sense. right now. there's a little bit of a backup here, but it's not major. but those metering lights should be coming on if they haven't already they want to get onto the bridge. it looks good into san francisco. at 5 15. let's talk about the weather here, steve, i enjoyed your reading last night south. i'm glad you did. and by the way, the green bean casserole you brought was lish. exactly legs. yes, thank you, sir. alright. our good friend chris henry's down in morgan hill. he always writes me in the morning. if you want to talk, whether you can write me usually about this time, i now have some time to respond. saturday was stunning 42 for the low light breeze for a change 80 for a high crystal clear skies haven't you know
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what i was? i noticed that myself on saturday morning night, man. it's cool out here, and temperatures have been cool in the morning. that is for sure. but we are beginning to bump up here. temperatures yesterday sixties seventies eighties today we're seeing seventies and eighties here 88 70 for the city 88 livermore 83. for santos that conquered, though, managed to eke out an 86 yesterday going for 90 today, 96 tomorrow now wednesday could be 1992. but by thursday it may be in the upper seventies. so we're not seeing these continuous longstanding high pressure systems kick in with endless heat. they don't last very long so far. has been the case since april. may and i think it looks like it's going to continue in early june, but we will get some warmer attempts inland. of course, the wind picks up. most of this is confined or focus towards the valley eastern solano county. i do mention eastern contra costa county because it's been windy out there. towards brentwood. antioch um, has been pretty good little northerly breeze kicking in for some high pressure is
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building and you can see it to the west there, and that's going to lead to a pretty warm attempts so sixties coast seventy's around the eighties to near 90 for a few here. and a couple of these temps, but overall look for not much of a breeze yet, you guys but it's going to pick up later tonight. alright see you. thank you. time is 5 52. all right? how much money would it take for you to eat dog food? and how about for five days? you tell you how one company is offering? what the how much they're offering and what else they want you to do to earn that money. but first, the impact the nation's rising gas prices will have on memorial day travel plans.
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five keeping you from getting a good night's sleep. researchers in denmark say rising temperatures around the world are literally keeping people awake at night, causing them to lose about two weeks of sleep a year. the same study also blames the sleep problem on hot, uncomfortable temperatures. it really hit the low income people and the elderly, especially hard. the latest lundberg survey shows us gas prices have jumped 33 cents in just the past two weeks, no surprise that bay area drivers were paying the highest prices for gas in the country. the average price jumps six dollars 20 cents a gallon here, the
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lowest price and is in tulsa, oklahoma. at 3 92 a gallon and reporter nate voice says during the upcoming memorial day holiday weekend, most americans will pay record breaking prices for gas. triple a projects over 39 million americans to travel for the upcoming holiday weekend on memorial day. 35 million of them are expected to drive and they will be paying record or near record gas prices. the national average per gallon sitting at 4 59, but many are paying more, especially here in new york, this particular station charging 6 39 per gallon for regular and just a penny shy of $7 per gallon. for supreme i mentioned. all drivers are getting impacted by this. take a look at this map of the states that are getting hit the hardest. you see a cluster of states on the west coast getting hit especially hard as well as the northeast and california. the average price for gas is 606 a gallon in illinois there just two cents shy of $5 per gallon. now take a look at how quickly
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prices have gone up again. according to triple a in the past week, the average prices up 14 cents in the past month. it's up almost 50 cents in the past year, prices are up more than a dollar 50 per gown. so if you have a 15 gallon tank that's $23 more every single time you fill up your car, take a listen to impacted drivers. i usually used to fill up my gas like $40. now it's like 55, so it's really hard to believe that prices increased. you know, it's really you know, impacting a lot. you know it crossed over $100 to fill this van up and you know, it's getting kind of tough also, according to triple a for the first time ever this week, the average price for gas and each and every u. s state is over $4 per gallon and with summer travel demand prices are not expected to improve anytime soon . again 39 million americans expected to travel for memorial day weekend that's an 8% increase from last year, but still not quite at the pre pandemic numbers that we saw
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back in 2019. we'll send it back to you. all right. thank you. time is not 5 57 about 2500 political and business leaders from all over the world are meeting in switzerland this week for the world economic summit will be meeting in the alpine ski resort of davos for the next five days. organizer's postponed the traditional january meeting date because of pandemic fears, the world leaders will be talking about many topics during this week's meeting. aside geopolitical. it's just that we are faced with war in ukraine, but also very difficult situations. many other places in the world. it is also climate change. it is also that the global growth is slowing, and we have to avoid that this very weak recovery and ends with and you recession because we have very limited ammunition to fight in your recession. no ukrainian president zelensky, one of the speakers at the forum has already called for maximum sanctions on russia for the
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invasion of ukraine. the port of oakland is reporting a big drop in its cargo operations this year, a newly released report shows. total cargo volume dropped 7% between january and april compared to the same time a year ago. last month alone, imports dropped 17% while exports dropped 18. report says the drop is mainly due to recent covid crackdowns in china, or factories and ports were shut down to reduce the spread of the virus foolishness. this fire. didn't have to start. people have to use their heads. red flag warnings in effect right now, and that comes after a wildfire swept through dry down hills in the north bay plus greatest feeling the world champs. they're gonna do it again. warriors fans are really happy on cloud nine. right now. the warriors just one win away from the nba finals will take a
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look at last night's big game three victory over the dallas matthis. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the morning dawn to i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. may 23rd talking about warmer temperatures. fire danger? certainly around the hills are very dry, steve, as you know. oh, i know. i see him every day. yeah yeah. lots of sun today. now we're waiting for that breeze to kick and this will mainly be for areas to the east, also out to the sacramento valley, but lots of sun today it's getting warmer. there's no fog. amazingly even though the water temps are super cold, but seventies eighties to near 90 santa rosa, alright over the salad six o'clock in the morning. where do we begin this time? my friend. well they will begin at the bay bridge. steve we do have a crowd there waiting for you if you are driving into san francisco there, it's a
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small crowd. it's nothing major . but there is a crowd. now those metering lights have gone on. and you can see traffic in the east bay still looks pretty good and also in the south bay. but things are beginning to turn now that we've hit six o'clock at six o'clock. let's go right back to the headlines. thank you . what's the middle of may and already we've had several wildfires in northern california this morning. ktvu is james torres is in vacaville, where firefighters have been busy all weekend. in the national weather service warns of fire danger will go even higher later today. good morning, james thank you. well good morning to you, dave. yeah, we're in vacaville here this morning. you could see just how dry everything looks around here. the trees are looking pretty green. but below that you see several other different colors and firefighters were able to keep the threat of this quail fire to a minimum, the most recent update from late last night shows that burned about 135 acres and now 85% contained fire officials now say today they are warning of red flat or rather issuing a red
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flag warning that will cover areas like fairfield, vacaville and travis air force space. they expect wind gusts to pick up to about 35 miles an hour later this morning. that heightened wind risk could be bad news for that small fire already burning since it started about two days ago. people who lived nearby say they've been keeping a close eye on the quail fire. i've been up here a long time and i kind of take a look. what's happening? i saw a lot of smoke. a lot of noise. and i was wondering what was happening. five fires are still investigating what started that fire overnight. they say they've strained containment lines and focused on extinguishing hotspots. we're not seeing too much evidence of a fire here this morning. that's good news. that means firefighters were able to keep that containment. pretty compact here. we saw a couple fire trucks moving around this area earlier this morning now that red flag warning will officially go into effect at 11 o'clock this morning. it's expected to last until tomorrow evening, and
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just some quick updates here. we know that there were some evacuations, mandatory evacuations in place here in the area. when this fire first broke out. that is no longer the case this morning as firefighters continue to push forward to calling this incident complete. we're not there just yet, though, for now reporting live this morning in vacaville, i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news . all right, thank you, james. there are new health concerns about smoke from wildfires, canadian scientists found a link between wildfire smoke and two types of cancer, researchers say. people living within 30 miles of wildfires were more likely to develop lung cancer and brain tumors. their study followed two million people during a 20 year period. and they say, because fires can create a toxic mix of chemicals that linger people who live near bern zones can be affected even years after a fire time is now 604. investigators in santa rosa still searching for suspects after a 28 year old was found shot dead while sitting in the
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driver's seat of his car. this happened early sunday morning in a neighborhood just off the 101 freeway across from the santa rosa d. m. v police say the victim was in a car with friends when another car rode up alongside them. words were exchanged and the shot was fired into the victim's car. that shooting victim died at the scene. detectives are still searching for a description of the suspect's car. $2500 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. oakland police are investigating what they're calling an unexplained death investigators discovered a man's body friday night inside a vehicle that had caught fire. it happened on high street near brookdale park, the name of the victim. has not been released. time is 6046 people recovering from injuries that happened when a bull jumped into the stands during a rodeo over the weekend in reading. oh this was friday
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night and that cell phone video capturing the chaos during the bull riding event of that rodeo bull jumped over a fence, then ran through a grandstand filled with spectators before it escaped from the arena, the bull was finally captured about a half mile away. the injuries were suffered by the fans are not considered serious. new this morning. president biden is in japan, where he met with the japanese prime minister and announced a new trade deal with 12, indo pacific nations. president biden was given a welcome ceremony ahead of his meeting with the japanese prime minister. the president says the new trade deal is designed to address the need for stability and commerce after disruptions caused by the pandemic and russia's invasion of ukraine. dave we made several commitments to further increase our bilateral cooperation. and to
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work together to ensure free and open and, uh, pacific that creates opportunity and prosperity for all the people in the region remains fully tomorrow. president biden will meet in tokyo with leaders from the u. s japan, australia and india. the group was formed to counter china's increasingly aggressive behavior in the region. turned out 606 at a news conference in tokyo, president biden said to us would intervene militarily if china were to attack taiwan. are you willing to get involved militarily to defend taiwan? if it comes to that? yes. you are. that's a commitment we made. we support the one china policy. we report all all that we've done in the past. but that does not mean that is not mean that china has the ability has the excuse me. the jurisdiction to go in and use force to take over taiwan. no white house official says u. s policy towards taiwan has not changed in that the us would
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continue to provide taiwan with military equipment to defend itself. defend, snaps it outside the wiggins by bullets. yeah we have some nice news to report. let's just watch this again for a moment, shall we? yeah wiggins all over the place. it's been great basketball, and the golden state warriors are now very close to being back in the nba finals for the sixth time in eight years, and steph was back to being stepped as well. wiggins play had to be the play of the night and ktvu claudine wang is here now, with the highlights of last night's game three between the warriors and the mavericks and dallas and i know you stayed up watching. you know you're playing that on loop . we don't know how last night i was like, let's watch it again. did they call felt it is not afraid. no, no. during the game, it's a poster. that's what we're gonna put it out there and it's
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a poster. yes defeat dallas mavericks 109 to 100 last night golden state just one win again , one win away from a four game sweep of the western conference finals. and another trip to the nba finals. it was another thrilling playoff performance for golden state's biggest star last night. let's talk steph curry led the warriors in scoring with 31 points. andrew williams can't stop talking about him. he's laid a big role in the wards victory. 27 points on the board, warriors head coach steve kerr says this was one of golden state's biggest victories yet in the postseason. this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage of your momentum. you can't let a team back in. and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. steph curry also says he's happy with golden state's performance against dallas. this big win on
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the road has made it more excited than ever. it's a good feeling. to come on the road against a team that has been playing an amazing in this building like that's a big win. there's a lot that goes into making that happen and everybody stepping up and then contribute. well because last night's playoff game was in dallas, have lots of watch parties here taking a look at the crowd that gathered in front of chase center members of the dub nation celebrating the big victory during the latest playoff watch party, and it was absolutely packed there that people across the street watching the game on the big screen. once again. golden state could sweep the series with a victory over the mavericks tonight. tomorrow night in dallas. i want it to be tonight, but i gotta wait till tomorrow. game series. tip off is at six pm west coast time. we'll send it back to you guys and six pm works for us on the early schedule, too. so that's right. nice for that. thank you, claudine. alright let's check in with sal. yeah that's absolutely a poster shot. we're all sitting
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in here in the studio just looking at that coin. wow that's that's a nice shot, sal. we used to dunk like that, didn't we? oh yeah. back in the day, dave, and we're yeah. playing basketball elementary like that. yeah it is fun to watch, isn't it? well, all right. good morning, everyone. i hope you're having a good monday. we're seeing some slowing out there which is not unusual here at the pay bridge. you will see some slowing. it turned those metering lights on about a half hour ago, maybe a little less than that. but the traffic is still a little bit slow at the toll plaza. once you get onto the bridge, it looks good. there have been no major issues. we continue to watch highway four and you can see highway for is a little slow in bay point and pittsburgh. we haven't found any crashes there. 6 80 looks good from venetia, tawana greek in 24. is doing very well. the traffic is from wallet creek to oakland. 6 10. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you. salad deadly crash in san francisco is under investigation this morning of next we hear from officers about what led up to a taxi driving
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onto the sidewalk and killing two people plus getting infected end. lots of teachers are getting infected face master once again required more school districts. the latest school district, making that change in an effort to keep covid under control before the end some questions about why the suspect involved was arrested multiple times and not held.
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lodged airstrikes on several towns in the donbass region, destroying buildings and killing and injuring civilians. one man talks about an airstrike on his town. it's not. you don't know there was an explosion ended. there is where the crater is. all of this out. the world was gone. i cannot close the doors anymore. a fierce battle is underway for ukraine's second largest city, kharkiv. ukrainian forces have been able to push back russian troops, but russian forces are regrouping on the outskirts of the city. time now. 6 14. north korea says it's covid outbreak. it's slowing down now. so far, north korea has reported almost 2.5 million likely covid infection. sense of fires outbreak started late last month. at least 66 virus deaths from covid have been reported, but north korea's state run news agency says the number of new virus cases is going down. north korea has an extremely low back
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to nation raid against the coronavirus and president biden is offered to send vaccines directly to north korea or through china. to help north korea deal with the outbreak this morning students, teachers and staff at public schools in berkeley will have to wear their masks again. starting today, the district is requiring masks be worn indoors. district officials say they are concerned about the recent jump in the number of cases reported on campus. the increase in the number of teachers reporting covid in the shortage of substitute teachers. has some administrators back in the classroom so schools can stay open public health professor dr john schwartzberg of uc berkeley says returning to masks is a small but important step. to finish out the school year. teachers can't come in and teach the classes obviously can't meet. and if the kids are sick, um they're not. they're gonna be missing school, so we need to be doing everything we can right now to keep the schools open and safe. the adult
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school and district offices plan to move indoor events to outdoor locations whenever possible. they will also go back to holding zoom meetings. the renewed mandate is expected to stay in place until june 12th, which is the end of the school year. time is now. 6 16. new york health officials are investigating a possible case of monkeypox, and it would be the second known case in the us the possible infection in new york comes as world health organization has identified about 80 cases around the world and 50 more suspected cases. working on it hard to figure out what we do and what backseat of any may be available for it. but it is a concern in the sense that if it were to spread this consequential health officials last week in massachusetts confirmed their first case of monkeypox virus it's rarely seen outside of africa can cause flu like symptoms. there are effective vaccines and
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treatments against it. and most people were infected. recover in 2 to 4 weeks without needing to be in the hospital company in spain is taking waste products and turning them into household objects. in this case, the waste product they're using is mussel shells, according to the u. n. europe consumes about 600,000 tons of mussels a year and all those muscles shells end up in a landfill. yes a society we produce a lot a lot of ways related to the ocean like like muscles. mosul shells, so with this we create powder, and then with this pattern, we can transform it into again off ceramic. the company has also some ideas for reusing plastic packaging, discarded eggshells and peach pits. time is now 6 17 . well there's a dog food company that wants to pay someone almost $6200 to eat their dog food and nothing else for five days at the brand is omni. they want to prove their
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products is so good, even humans can eat them. as the person selected will also have to make videos about it for social media and share information about their energy levels and their bathroom habits throughout the week. the company is based in the united kingdom. but the sign up page is open to anybody. if you happen to be interested this morning, you have until the end of the month to apply. interesting. i will not be applying. didn't think so. but i think a lot of people are looking for a side household. but not that one. not that one. in india a certain person, right all right. good morning, everyone that commute is doing okay. as a matter of fact, i'm pretty happy to tell you that you are driving in contra costa county. there's some slowing on highway four and on 6 80 a little bit on interstate 80. but this county looks pretty good. if you're driving out and you can see the map doesn't show a lot of red. there's a some slowing at the bay bridge toll plaza, which is typical people
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getting into town. there is a giant scheme tonight, but it's tonight, not during the day so that will help the afternoon commuters. people will be leaving. us. giants fans are coming into town for the giants in the mets. this is a look at interstate 80 in oakland, right near the colosseum. you can see traffic here looks good in both directions. by the way, the a's are on the road, 6 19. let's go to steve now. alright, sal. thank you, sir. well, after a nice weekend, we will get a little bump up here. i cannot find any fog whatsoever. so it's clear again. so napa at 88th the city to 70. today the highest yesterday. livermore 85 to 88 san jose from 81 to 83 degrees, some inland locations there will be a little warmer to near 90 that would include conquer. today we'll go santa rosa and conquered at 90 today. 96 tomorrow. 92 wednesday, but it looks like around 78 or so on thursday, so it's the old rule of thumb three and out. so you get a little bump up today. more so tomorrow it will still be hot inland one more day, but it cools down so temperatures are really jump up. a lot of this
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will be wind driven again if you get that north northeast breeze and of course, you know that can really send attempts, especially eastern solano, contra costa county. that's where the red flag goes for now, not for us, but terry's to the east. temperatures aloft are getting warm. sonoma mountains 65 valjevo 64. i just looked at it and ben lomond 61. there is a northerly component so that north breezes in the hills just not that strong yet, but we expected to pick up tonight. you can see the ridge just building and signature of it right there is that builds in that's going to give us some warmer temps now coast and even though it's clear 60 seventies there today eighties to a few near 90 today, tomorrow is the bigger jump. on attempts as we get some mid nineties as you saw, there's not much of a brief i mean still west up in the oakland berkeley hills, so no offshore there yet forties fifties and sixties sonoma county airport 61. yet in town, it's about 53. on the creek 52 yeah. brentwood, 64, 50 san carlos sunnyvale forties fifties sixties to the north. i mean, take your pick. point raises 49 parks 49 wins are 61 healdsburg 60. so again. if you
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get any kind of a breeze there, it's up already. if not, it's pretty chilly there for some for this time of year, but all signs point towards high pressure and warmer for a few days here as we head into midweek, then we'll get a big time cooling trend getting warmer today, the wind picks up tonight mainly north and east and that warm to hot tomorrow. sixties seventies eighties to near 90 for a few and then tomorrow will be the hottest day still hot inland but beginning to cool down wednesday and then a big drop pam thursday into friday all right. thank you, steve. well, this was not a normal police stop up next how one police officer managed to get a buggy with a drunk driver to stop. more than half of workers surveyed say they're hiding something from their coworkers later this hour. the information they're not
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light cans sitting in there and he passed clean out. passed out caught on camera, low speed chase in amish country deputy in ohio tried his best to pull over a horse and buggy that 911 caller said was all over the road. but the driver was apparently passed out behind the reins. at one point, the deputy thought he had the buggy blocked. we might have its carts . nope. this regard he just rammed it into my car. okay? stop your horse. stop your horse. well the driver had a minor injury to his head from when he fell out of the g. he was charged with operating the vehicle roll intoxicated. almost one year after bill cosby was released from prison. another case accusing him of assault is headed to trial. now the comedian faces civil charges.
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judith health accuses cosby of groping her at the playboy mansion when she was just 16 filed the case in 2014, but it was put on hold while cosby face criminal rape charges in pennsylvania. he was found guilty, but a court later overturned that conviction because he had an agreement with a previous prosecutor. jury selection in huth's case is scheduled to start this week. possibly as early as today. opening arguments are scheduled for june. 1st. funeral services are scheduled for friday for the man killed during last week's church shooting in orange county. investigators say dr john chen was shot and killed while trying to protect others during that mass shooting at the geneva presbyterian church. five others were wounded in the gunfire yesterday. dozens of prisoners attended sunday services at the church for the first time since that tragedy eight days ago. there is a sense of sorrow. sana's a few of them have expressed anxiety. very
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nervous right now. just because of the level of anxiety we are dealing with an much more elderly population here, so quite nervous. investigator they say the 68 year old shooting suspect, david chow, was motivated by hatred against taiwan when he opened fire inside the church in laguna woods. that shooting occurred during a reception of mostly elderly parishioners to celebrate a taiwanese pastors return from a mission trip to taiwan. the retired police officer who was shot and killed earlier this month in the mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket has been awarded a college degree college is proud to confer upon aaron w. salter junior the degree of bachelor bugs posthumously. tenacious college awarded a communications degree to aaron salter junior over the weekend. he was one course away from graduating. his son, aaron salter, the third
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accepted the diploma on behalf of his father. wildfires are already burning near the bay area, and today there is an increased risk for even more fires are going to tell you what's being done to try to limit the chance of a wildfire starting and we have some good news and bad news for fans of apples, tvs, ted lasso the big news about the anticipated third season.
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how much on average we're paying at the gas pump. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto all right. thank you for joining us here on morning sun to opening bell, rena on wall street looks like a pretty good day so far, numbers and just a little bit. thank you for joining us. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome. the monday it's may 23rd. it was outside steve part. it is a beautiful morning at least right now do i know it's going to warm up? it is, but it's not bad out there, forties and fifties on the temps so but we'll get there. no fog can't find very little. if there's any i can't find any. there might be a patrick to around little haze there. palo alto menlo park about 48. now santa rosa in town is 56 the airports i think, 61. but the city is 52. so a little cool for some, but it'll be a nice day. lots of sunshine a warmer monday. as temperatures bump up here. lots of sun today getting
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warmer. there'll be a few pushing near 90. but most locations today seventies eighties to santa rosa will go 90 degrees. alright 6 30 in the morning bay bridge on highway four somewhere else. you know what? let's start with highway four because it is one of the busiest commute, steve. thanks for bringing that up. we do have highway for traffic. that is kind of slow, in fact, that can just tell you that it is slowing down on the willow past grade to 19 miles an hour and it's not. you know, it's not one of those things where, uh, it's really terrible, but definitely i just kind of put it up here for you just so you could see for yourself. there is just congestion there. let's go to the bay bridge. i'll show you. the traffic at the toll plaza is backed up. it is kind of slow until you get onto the bridge. then it's moderately heavy into san francisco at 6 31. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. san francisco police are busy investigating the cause of a deadly crash where a taxicab involved in a crash jumped the sidewalk and hit several pedestrians. this happened at
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third and mission right near the yerba buena center for the arts. ktvu sema gasses near that intersection. now you have the latest details and a good morning. morning dave. this does tend to be a busy intersection with heavy foot traffic and lots of speeding cars. cause of the crash is still under investigation. but san francisco's district six supervisor matt dorsey, said vehicle collisions in this area are all too frequent. vision zero to reduce to zero traffic fatalities, but this is a neighborhood where there's highways going through and off ramps and on ramps to highways and people get onto city streets. um and sometimes we go too fast. now again. i don't know if that was the case here. police say the taxi collided with a mercedes before it ended up on the sidewalk to women were pinned underneath the taxi and pronounced dead at the scene. the taxi driver and a male
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pedestrian were taken to the hospital and the driver of the mercedes state at the scene. police have not yet released the names of the two women who were killed. san francisco police is traffic collision investigative unit is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash. the san francisco medical examiner's office has also opened an investigation. reporting live in san francisco . demagogues ktvu fox two news. thank you, emma happening today . two people accused in a racially charged killing and tracy will be back in court. christina garner and jeremy wayne jones are accused of killing an african amecan man navy veteran.ople's at a gas stn tracy boulevard on march 15th during an initial court appearance last month. the suspects did not enter pleas. our time is now 6 33, a person who was missing for five days was found and rescued at thornton state beach in daly city, now a group of people who were walking on a trail at the beach found the victim then called 911. the victim was taken
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to hospital for treatment. we're still trying to get more information about how the victim was found the victim's name and the victim's condition. well the latest lundberg survey shows gas prices in the u. s jumped 33 cents in the past two weeks, and those are prize at the bay area and drivers here are paying the highest gas prices in the country. the average price for a gallon of unleaded has jumped to $6.20 a gallon the lowest average gas prices in tulsa, oklahoma, $3.92 a gallon. go and state warriors and now just one win away from heading back to the nba finals. last night, the warriors defeated the dallas mavericks 109 to 100, taking a three games to curry led the warriors, great shots, scoring 31 points. andrew wiggins also 27 points. with golden state's victory. warriors head coach steve kerr says this
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was one of the warriors biggest victories yet in the postseason. this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage of your momentum. you can't let a team back in. and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. jordan paul also playing a big role, golden state could now sweep the series with the victory over the mavericks tomorrow night in dallas in game four of the series great game will later today of red flag warning will take effect for most of solano county, but i have to weather service warns of when gas up to 35 miles an hour as well as low humidity. and hotter temperatures. the warning takes effect at 11 o'clock this morning. it's due to stay in place until eight o'clock tomorrow night, and that warning includes fairfield, vacaville and travis air force base. alejo
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is outside of the warning zone. and because of the high fire danger, cal fire is putting new restrictions in place beginning today, most outdoor burning of residential landscape debris won't be allowed in six northern california counties. no fire permits will be issued for fires and lotto sonoma, napa, yolo lake and colusa counties. exceptions could be made for cases linked to fire training for agriculture, land management , fire training and other industrial situations. cal fire says it will inspect any of the areas before they allow even those burn permits. all right, steve paulson, keeping an eye on those areas and the conditions. what's the forecast? i'm just unofficially adding eastern contra costa county. okay can get windy out there, right, windy, say other locations. my friend jenny wasserman, alameda county fair. everybody knows
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genie out. their picture from brentwood was howling last friday. there was no way to my location so interesting. it's just yeah, sometimes out antioch's brentwood out that way you can get pretty good breeze. we also have temperatures bumping up after a nice weekend. i mean, temperatures were quite comfortable for many here. at eighties today will keep pumping these up the city to 70 livermore to 88 san jose 83 never to 88 degrees. conquered though, hit 86 yesterday. we'll go 90. it's been, it's been actually a very pleasant may for concord, but we'll get a little quick warm up here monday tuesday wednesday, then it drops right back down in the upper seventies, and that's the way it looks here. going all the way back to april. here everything has been like one or two days and then gone. so so far, the pattern looks like this is going to continue again that red flag flag born officially after the valley, but also parts of solano county, but just i also include parts of eastern contra costa kandic sonoma county airport is going bonkers because they have a north wind. so there's 17 degrees warmer than yesterday. at this time. most locations at san jose are about 1 to 5
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petaluma, plus seven, but downtown santa rosa is about six degrees cooler than the airport so that because of the north breeze running warmer up there nice at the coast warmer, inland sixties seventies eighties and nineties. there's just not much of it. i mean, there's a northerly component, but its north northwest or even west, so it hasn't kicked in. yet it'll be tonight, forties fifties and sixties on your tabs. take your pet. there's brentwood, 64 centavos airport sonoma county airport. 61 1 observation by mill valley is 47. castro valley 47 panel is 48 at hercules 57 martinez 59. so if you live in a bowl area gets what we call a little gold. cold air drainage. you can be cool. low fifties lafayette, alamo, dublin also pleasant and hayward union city at 53 the high winds out for a couple of days here so some warm couple of days. that's it getting warmer today. tomorrow will be the hard day the wind picks up mainly again in the hills or out towards the east. it will last for a couple of days and thursday looks much, much cooler 60 seventies eighties to a few of your 90 today, tomorrow jacket up those
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temps still hot inland wednesday that a big drop wednesday into thursday into friday all right, let's head over to sound now. see what's going on with the traffic, all right, and we do have a commute. that is going to be kind of busy at the bay bridge. i wanted to show it to you. now you can see that the traffic is backed up to about the mcarthur maze, which is typical for this time of the morning. as we look at some of the other commute, they are beginning to slowly ease in like interstate 80 and oakland. the traffic is looking pretty good. there have been no problems in san jose along this commute, and we didn't forget about the issue of freeway. there is a little bit of slowing as you drive in richmond. 6 39. let's go back to the desk. it's scary times, and you know, when you become a parent, they always say it takes a village parents, depending on others to help find baby formula up next to help that's coming from the other side of the world. first let's check in with gasia mikaelian in our newsroom with what else is coming up here on morning sun too. good
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42 d political leaders from all over the world are meeting this week in switzerland for the world economic forum for the next five days, they will be meeting in davos, switzerland. organizers
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of the event postponed the normal january meeting date for this summit because of the pandemic concerns. the world leaders will talk about several issues during this week's meeting. geopolitical it's just that we are faced with war in ukraine, but also very difficult situations. many other places in the world. it is also climate change. it is also that the global growth is slowing, and we have to avoid that this very weak recovery and ends with and you recession because we have very limited ammunition to fight in your recession. now ukrainian president zelensky, one of the speakers at the forum, has already called for maximum sanctions on russia for the invasion of ukraine. military plane carrying enough baby formula for more than a half a million baby bottles has arrived in the us from germany and air force plane landed in indianapolis and is the first of several flights from europe. president biden authorized the
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use of military planes for the effort because no commercial flights were available. agriculture secretary tom vilsack was there as the formula was offloaded from an air force cargo plane. it would take approximately two weeks for the normal commercial process to work as a result of the united states military's involvement. we're going to get this here in a matter of days. and a matter of days means a lot to the moms and dads who are worried. the current shortage was brought on after the nation's largest formula manufacturing player was forced to shut down in february , citing safety concerns. it's set to be back up and running this week, but it could take up to two months for that product. to hit the store shelves. time is 6 44, the port of oakland, reporting a big drop in its cargo operations this year, a newly released report shows. a total cargo volume drops 7% between january and april of this year compared to the same time a year ago. last month alone, imports dropped 17. well,
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the exports dropped. 18% officials say the drop is mainly because of a recent covid crackdown in china, where the factories and ports there were shut down to reduce the spread of the virus. in today's dollars and cents. you might notice that venmo has increased its fees. starting today, the company will now charge users a 1.75% instant transfer fee with a 25 cent minimum and the $25 maximum fee . standard bank transfers will remain free, but it takes 1 to 3 days. paypal will also increase its fees to the same amount. the companies say the changes are being made to be more in line with the value the companies provide. venmo is owned by paypal. once again, it's graduation time for thousands of college students across the country. many economic economists say this is a great time for those graduates to step into the u. s labor force. they say there are hundreds of companies offering good salaries and great benefits, and many are willing to let their new
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employees work at home. at least a few days a week, but many college grads are still worried they may not find the job they really want. but people say that this is like the perfect time to look for a job. but it kind of is hard because everyone is looking for a job now and especially in social media, which is what i want to do. now economists say the job market here in california is the best it's been in more than 40 years with more than 1.3 million current openings. tommy 6 46. it was another big weekend at the movie box office for the new doctor. strange movie. someone once told me that the reality i thought i knew was just one. of many, hmm, doctor strange and the multiverse of madness took in $31 million in ticket sales to be number one at the box office for the third straight week. it now has more than $800 million in sales worldwide. now downton abbey, a new era debuted
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at number two with 16 million in revenue to follow up to the 2019 downton abbey moving and the bad guys remains in the top three took in another six million over the weekend. well fans of the show ted lasso, including pam cook to wait a little longer for the next season. cristo fernandez, who plays danny rojas on the show, said the cast and the crew have been shooting for the past two months. but don't expect the season three to hit apple plus until much later this year. the rumors were, it would debut this summer, but now it looks like wishful thinking. one of the show's creators says ted lasso was written for just three seasons, which could make this upcoming season. pam. it's last. mm. hope not. a new survey shows three and five employees don't feel comfortable acting like their true selves that work 64% of those surveyed say they are
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fearful of being authentic around others in the workplace. many say they adopt an entirely different personality when they're at work compared to their personality at home or around friends. is that the case for us? i mean, when i'm around you and steve and sal i think we're all pretty authentic. i understand there's you know, sadly. there are reasons people hide their true self, maybe from others. well you know, after all, after you know someone for a while, though, can you really hide it? i don't think so. probably if you work in day in and day out with something. yeah, it's kind of hard. yeah but anyway good morning, everyone. yes right now, if you're trying to get on the road, it is getting a little bit more crowded. i've been looking at it and i can see some red here. now there's no red and marin. but there's red on highway four in the bay point area, and also on 80 westbound to richmond. as you get out to the bay bridge, you will see some slow traffic there as well at the toll plaza and also on the span itself coming into san
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francisco, but i do like the way we're kind of easing into this commute with not a lot of major problems, just kind of routine slowdowns out there. 6 48. let's talk about today's weather. and here's steve. thank you kind, sir. yes sir. alright we'll get to it here. we have a little bit of haze layer out there. no fog. at least i can't buy it. and if you can, you can let me know it will be warmer today. the warmest day of the week or the hardest day of the week will be tomorrow. tomorrow, still pretty warm inland on wednesday, but big cool down on tap for thursday. so once again, it looks like just a couple of days of warmer, hot conditions, and we cool it right back down again. it's been this way for a couple of months now. red flag is out to the east but also eastern solano county. i will unofficially add if you will eastern contra costa because they can get that northerly breeze. monday sunshine. it's a warmer forecast here. little hazel around the edges. uh inversion is setting up. that means warmer air loft breezy later but getting warmer here mainly away from the coast coast, even though it's clear will be 60 seventies forties
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fifties and sixties. i mean, there's a pretty good little spread here on some of the temps but mostly are in the low to mid fifties here in the 10th upper forties to mid forties on the san mateo coastal grenade is a cool 45 woodside, atherton, stanford, los altos all in the forties, then low fifties circling the wagons, their foster city cemetery, belmont and san carlos. the high builds in for a couple of days, and another strong system will come into the pacific northwest and knock it down. why are you showing the rain and snow forecast? watch at the very end, right? right right there now. that doesn't mean it's going to rain, but i think we'll get a significant cool down as we head towards the end of the month. that's the way it's looking here. 60 seventies eighties didn't some nineties today tomorrow for sure. you'll get some mid nineties. maybe if you pushing up or night if you get the win out of the north northeast, little cool down, but still warm inland on wednesday that i big drop starts on thursday, dave. all right. so you thank you. 6 50, a big development for parents of young children. the new information we're just getting now from fizer. about how effective their
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new vaccination plan for kids under five years and san francisco's pink triangle display will start to be built this week. show you what happened over the weekend to pick up trash before that display is built. right yeah. yeah. is growing. to weigh
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in the area, removing all the litter at twin peaks. now this is the 27th year, the triangle will be installed in san francisco. the pink triangle was used by the in concentration camps to identify homosexual prisoners. since the 19 seventies, it's been embraced by the gay community is a symbol of pride. we want people driving by on the freeways to wonder what it is and to be curious and look it up. and at night it will be lit up as well. now tomorrow, the volunteers will set up the infrastructure for the giant display, including the polls, cables, tension straps with the lights and pink streamers. it's all due to light up next wednesday at the beginning of pride march. it is 6 55 people in san francisco gathered in the castro celebrating the birthday of harvey milk, friends and colleagues of harvey milk gathered with local political leaders. for yesterday's
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celebration. harvey milk was assassinated 44 years ago, one year after becoming the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in california. in 1973. when harvey milk grand for supervisor in this district, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the american psychological association. there are so many traditions and activism that we've talked about standing on. the shoulders of giants in our community. let's never forget how brave those giants work. the group also showed off some of the new designs to harvey milk plaza in the castro, san francisco police and firefighters helped to deliver a roadside miracle. the police were called to the scene of a woman in labor stuck in traffic, trying to get to the hospital to deliver her baby. but the baby just would not wait and with no time to make it to the hospital, the police jumped into action. they helped her
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deliver her baby and then a few minutes later, just as firefighters got there, another baby was born. we're told mother and between babies were taken to the hospital and they're doing fine. well the san francisco giants tonight will host the new york mets giants had a rough game yesterday against the san diego padres. they lost 10 to 1 . if it could go wrong, it seems like it did for the giants. padres had 17 hits compared to only four for the giants. tonight's game against the mets begins at 6 40. in the oakland a's are in seattle. they're going to play the mariners today . like the giants had a rough game yesterday, only four hits in a 41 loss to the angels pitching just couldn't stop the angels dynamic duo of mike trout and shohei otani. both hit home runs with the angels are in dead last place in the american
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league west. after that loss, tonight's game against the mariners begins at 6 40. well golfer justin thomas is the top golfer this morning after one of the most amazing comebacks justin thomas started the day, seven strokes behind the leader. yesterday's pga championship at southern hills golf course and tulsa. then he started sinking putt after pot after pot until he was one stroke behind mito pereira on the final hole. pereira made a double bogey after his ball ended up in the water thomas defeated will sell a taurus in a three hole playoff. i wasn't looking at leaderboards today. i was just trying to play golf kind of goes back to what i said on thursday of just not trying to play golf swing, not trying to play. you know the field not trying to play to a certain person, really? just trying to execute each shot. um as well as i
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could, and then wherever it ended up you know, just give my club the bones and let's move on and try to do the best we can in the next one. you did great. there's your trophy. thomas earned $2.7 million from yesterday's win the next pga tour event starts thursday at colonial country club in fort worth, texas. we can be up to 20 to 25 aircraft flying in and out of here. another day of windy conditions and high fire danger with firefighters are doing around a fire that broke out in the north way over the weekend and how they're working to prevent more fires from starting. plus are you willing to get involved militarily to defend taiwan? if it comes to that? yes. that's the commitment we made. a strong warning from president during his trip to asia, his stance against china and how the white house is already looking to clarify his position. then bronson defense snaps it outside the wiggins bullets. were warriors just one
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win away from another trip to the nba finals will break down the big moments from last night's win over the mavericks. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto there are worse ways to start a monday. true for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to monday. it's may 23rd and welcome to you great out there. so i'm already worried about three p.m. today. no no, steve. i was telling steve how nice it feels outside right now drop the sledgehammer on a warmer forecast. it's tomorrow, guys. that's three p.m. tomorrow. you better be concerned. all right. not too bad out there right now. forties for a few fifties, it won't take long to warm up here. my little haze around the edge there as the warmer temps, a loft building

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