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two teachers were shot dead in a mass shooting. they're still looking for the reasons why now we have children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? warriors head coach steve kerr passionately talking about the texas school shootings , and there are more reactions from celebrities and leaders across the nation. demanding action by lawmakers on capitol hill. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning. may 25th. i'm hoping it's going to cool down even a little bit. almost 70 is. i left the house this morning because it was in the nineties were most places that i headed to yesterday. a little cooler coast but still hot inland. but tomorrow. big time will drop 20 degrees tomorrow, but i think
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we'll get a little bit cooler over by the coast. today the fog goes trying to work its way in, but it has a lot of resistance. so another hot one inland. that's for sure. coast in bay. looks like i think a sea breeze will kick in here. usually around one or two o'clock is when that happens. but temperatures today will all be well above average and there will be in those nineties for many away from the ghost. 401 anything going on out there? is it okay? it's okay. now we had a little bit of a blockage of the mcarthur maze we're looking at right before we went on the air. and then all of a sudden it kind of band vanished, which is good . now the lanes are open. there's a couple of flowers you might see there. but it's all gone and things are doing well so we won't ask any questions as long as the lanes are open, and traffic is light. it's also light at the bay bridge toll plaza here as you head into san francisco. at 401. let's go back to the headlines. thank you were following the latest developments from you, paul need texas and the mass shooting at
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an elementary school where 19 children and two adults were killed. reporter madeline rivera says the fbi, the a, t. f and texas rangers are all searching for the 18 year old gunman's motive. i've been to the hospital. and. the victims here, you know? they did not identify my granddaughter, 10 year old elijah cruz torres did not want to go to school on tuesday. now her family is just one of many waiting to learn the fate of their loved ones. after the horrific mass shooting at bravo elementary in texas, breaking my heart it's just breaking my heart. i just didn't ever expect anything like that to happen here? tuesdays massacre. police say the alleged 18 year old gunman shot his grandmother. they say he then drove to the elementary school, went inside with two guns and started shooting. many of his young victims believed to be between the ages of seven and 9/4 grade teacher ever. morales is one of the adults who lost their life
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community. and what? we need your prayers to get us through. this multiple agencies continue to look for answers, including the motive behind the shooting. this latest tragedy, renewing calls to protect our children. to lose a child. is like having a piece of your soul ripped away as a nation. we have to ask when in god's name. are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? texas governor greg abbott will visit the grieving community later today, and you've already texas mala rivera fox news. state leaders are reacting to yesterday's shooting, many calling for immediate action. governor newsom's office released this statement reading, in part quote, common sense gun safety laws work. in california . we have cut our gun death rate in half since the 19 eighties. we won't solve this overnight. but let's stop pretending that these mass shootings are an inevitable horror. we have to experience on a regular basis.
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house speaker nancy pelosi also use this moment to reflect on the lives lost, saying part quote across the nation. americans are filled with righteous fury in the wake of multiple incomprehensible mass shootings in the span of just days. this is a crisis of existential proportions for our children and for every american california senator alex padilla was emotional as he reflected on his reaction to the sandy hook school shooting nearly 10 years ago. i remember dropping everything on my plate that day and rushing to my oldest son's elementary school at the time just to pick him up early. give him a hug. go to yogurt, right? frozen yogurt just to know that he was okay. 10 years later, he's older. i got two other kids that are elementary school. they should not have to worry about this. we have parents shouldn't have to worry about their safety. senator padilla is
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calling on the senate to pass common sense gun laws, including universal background checks. time is 405. it's not just lawmakers demanding action. warriors head coach steve kerr angrily demanded action just before last night's warriors game in dallas. now we have. children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? you realize that 90% of americans regardless of political party, want background checks? universal background 90% of us we are being held hostage by 50 senators. in washington, who refused to even put it to a vote. despite what we the american people want. they won't vote on it because they want to hold onto their own power. it's pathetic. i've had enough. coach carr has been outspoken in favor of gun control for years, and it's very personal. his father, a university professor in beirut
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, lebanon, was brutally assassinated back in the 19 eighties. now make sure you say right here with us and ktvu as we track all the latest developments from texas and later here on mornings on two will bring you a live report from the scene. of that school shooting. we are learning some new details about the deadly shooting in san francisco that involved a police officer last week, according to the chronicle, the san francisco medical examiner has determined both men who died last thursday were shot to death by police. san francisco police responded to reports of a man with a knife attacking an unarmed man in the city's dogpatch neighborhood at the time. it was unclear how the men died. the california justice department is now investigating the fatal shooting time is now 4062 years ago today, george floyd was killed by minneapolis police officers, sparking national protests over police use of force, and president biden is expected to sign an executive order calling for police accountability that includes changing policies on
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use of force. in putting restrictions on local police receiving surplus military equipment. it also calls for limitations on chokeholds and no knock warrants by linking it to federal funding. house speaker nancy pelosi is pushing back on the decision by the archbishop to deny her communion within the archdiocese of san francisco speaker pelosi says she respects that people have opposing views, but they shouldn't be imposed on others. the longtime san francisco democrats says she comes from a large family with many members who oppose abortion. archbishop salvatore korda leoni said he would refuse her communion due to her pro abortion rights stance as a catholic time is world seven. well, the golden state warriors are looking to tomorrow night when they play the dallas mavericks. chase center, hoping to move on to the nba finals last night in dallas, the mavericks beat the warriors won 19 to 1 oh, nine, spoiling the warriors hope of sweeping the
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series. now the game's first half looked a lot like game two, with the warriors trailing by double digits. and this time they could not rally back in the third quarter. the backup players made things interesting in the fourth, but in the end the warriors lost now they come back home to try to wrap up the series. we weren't alert tonight. defensively we weren't sharp and i thought we let them kind of get into a groove and once a team like that gets into a three point groove, it's tough to get him out of it. that confidence started early. we didn't really do nothing to slow it down. and then that's where the avalanche starts. so it's a good lesson learned in terms of you said that you know you had to him because they made a lot of shots. we had a couple of breakdowns and our zone they gave him easy looks. they made us pay and game five is tomorrow night. six p.m. in san francisco warriors are considered seven point favorites. hundreds of
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fans also packed into thriving city at chase center to watch the game. sweet sweet sweet brought my favorite item broom sweeping baby. keep the streets clean. well they were hoping for a sweep, but they will be back out confident that the warriors will wrap up the series tomorrow night. back at home. the tnt broadcasters will be there before and after the game, along with fans hoping to celebrate another trip to the nba finals. it's just a great environment. you know, everyone's here is hardcore warriors fan. it's just a nice vibe over here. oh, yeah, absolutely. they're going to win on thursday when they come home. we know they're gonna handle business next game. i always thought it would be. you know, five games in this series anyway, so go warriors. watch parties. yes go warriors, those who watch parties are free outside chase center. if you are wanting to go inside tickets start at $320 each on the resale market. i work with two of the best dressed men around steve paulson and dave clark. did you
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got? what do you have anything to say about charles barkley suit? i wouldn't wear it. okay i'm glad to hear it. i wouldn't somebody somebody tweeted in a picture of a couch father. that was a good one daughter said that's a statement. yeah some people can pull it off. how's that? all right, let's get to it here amazing yesterday. i just don't think this would have happened. 25 30 year. i really don't. i mean the heights. what we call the heights over us are not that high yet. we had record highs yesterday. canfield 97 gill run 97 livermore one. oh, to the airport was 98. so warm to hot again today, although it does look a little cooler over by the coast, because i do think we'll start to get an afternoon sea breeze and what we call a subtly surge that fall. go start to come back or probably not until tomorrow. water temps are helping. i mean, they're doing their job. they're still in the forties or low fifties, so they're definitely cold enough. we are running significantly warmer than 24 hours ago, as you might imagine, with hayward leading the way at plus 10 if you're a c kicked on at three in
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the morning like minded, that's a rarity. that is an absolute rarity at my location, but you can see why temperatures are pretty warm. i see an east wind in the city and east wind a west wind west. actually, there's no wind at all. it's just a breeze. 50 60 70 just depending on elevation and your location, so there's no sea breeze yet that's for sure. a lot of sixties on the attempts and even some low seventies here healdsburg, 68 windsor 68 upper fifties, though rohnert park petaluma in the bottle, because the coast is clear point reyes has already done to 49 1 observation of leo 70. that's that's usually they're high. not now. high will win out one more day than that system will start to work its way in anything going on. yes, up in the mountains, especially sunday, monday, so if you have travel plans up there, there could be some activity popping up. i would think drizzle for us as we move forward. so sunny for all again, although a late seabury should kick in here, which will help the coast and make tomorrow will drop about 20 degrees, and we'll continue that into the weekend. thank you. steve san francisco firefighters
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fire reports. the fire inclusive county is just 20% contained this morning. it started yesterday afternoon just outside the city of colusa, about 65 miles northeast of santa rosa. it's burning on both sides of the sacramento river and flames have been pushed by winds across 200 acres. the cause of that fire remains under investigation. fire crews across california are gearing up for another rough summer and ktvu tom vacar reports that includes san francisco firefighters who received some special training to help when they're called in to help battle wildland fires. the california governor's office of emergency services. oh yes, and the same francisco fire department are partners in the california fire and rescue mutual aid system. they did a wild land fire training drill tuesday morning in mclaren park. the non burn drill involved critical hose procedures. the first holla hose from a
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stationary point, stopping to add more hose where it may be too steep for a truck. but where a truck must stay attached to a water source. the second drill, pump and roll where the water laden trucks follow right behind advancing ground crews supplying water from their tanks. the s f f. d is primarily an urban firefighting force. it's also trained and equipped with five initial attack, type six many engines to fight wildland and rural wildfires statewide and around the country. we have over 100 qualified type six drivers. we have approximately 150 plus red card members in this fire department that can be deployed at any time. last year. the s f f d battle for wild land fires and shasta plumas in siskiyou counties and 20 fires in oregon and montana. right now city cruiser deployed elsewhere in the state and in new mexico when we are deployed in the five
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types sixes, we're fully staffed in the city, so it doesn't deplete our staffing were able to staff every piece of apparatus fully. oh, yes, organizes and supplies 270 engines and support vehicles. to 60. local fire agencies to assure surge capability as needed depend on local fire personnel to staff, state engines. and in that partnership , we're able to take those engines and move them throughout the state. or the region when we have mutual aid requests, the state fully expects a flood of mutual aid requests. even now, the kinds of drought, fed dryness wins and explosive fuel loads are primed to cause wildfires and fire storms earlier than ever. we're seeing 100 degree days in the end of may. this extra statewide fire force will assist cal fire and federal fire agencies well into november or beyond. tom baker, ktvu fox two news. hard time.
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not for 17 as it gets hotter here in the bay area volunteers in the south bay or handing out drinking water homeless encampments yesterday morning pastor scott wagers and teams from chair ministry began their outreach at roosevelt park. the volunteers say the hot weather can be deadly for people who are on housed, it kills more people than cold weather. so the people out here with the preconditions they have with covid all the all the things that they're fighting, they get dehydrated, quickly and easily, and then that can become heatstroke and then death and we've seen i think one day and the volunteers say they'll keep going to encampments all week. i was very , very hot. yeah, for you know a lot of people. who don't have air conditioning, especially when we talk about elderly people. lots of places. so, um definitely keep an eye on that, and hopefully it's cooling down a little bit. steve, you said it would tomorrow for sure for everyone but coast mike they'll
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get a little sea breeze today, so, but it's still starting off. very warm here. had some records yesterday. canfield 97 gilroy 97 livermore now that the fire station was 98, so that was in town, so 102 just starting. there was nothing that said i was going to be that nothing. especially ken field. i saw 93 the hottest temp forecast in marin county yesterday. so sometimes these projections just get blown out. and that's what happened yesterday. the heart continues warm to hot and high fire. danger continues cooler. big time. starting tomorrow we'll drop 20 degrees a little cooler by the coast today. we're waiting for what we call that subtly surge but also fog to the north, but it is creeping up, but this would make an impact on santa cruz and some immediate areas on the coast, not inland. it's really warm in the higher elevations. phenomenon 77 mount diablo 72 ben lomond 75. that's just a heat dome right over. so that's going to take a day or two to budge. temperatures are already warmer by ford at 10 degrees hayward's plus 10, livermore, san jose plus nine oakland san carlos, plus nine
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compared to yesterday at this time, so a lot of sixties on the taps here upper on the temps, very warm air mass for a 67 san jose alamos dipped to 59, but 63 alameda, kensington 67 look at piedmont 68 warm air loft and low seventies pittsburgh and also brentwood, mid sixties hercules at 65 warm degrees, so the high today but that next system is going to brush it out of here. it will take about 24 hours, but it's on its way. and then, for the next seven days, it looks unseasonably cool and maybe some activity up in the mountains the way it's looking. that would be late sunday into monday. some thunderstorm activity maybe some high elevation snow on monday, so if you're going up to tahoe, truckee, it's going to be changing weather up there on the weekend. not today, 60 seventies eighties nineties on your attempts tomorrow will cool off. it'll be a huge drop will carry that into the weekend. thank you, steve. the city of san jose is preparing to mark one year since the wta mass shooting up next we have a look at how city
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and seizing all of his firearms , san jose police say brian velasquez was armed to the teeth with weapons, ghost guns, ammunition and ballistic body armor. the 43 year old was recently fired from his construction job. investigators say the termination enraged him and led velasquez to post violent threats through social media. this guy from all indications was ready to carry out these threats that he was making his actions coming as the city of san jose prepares to mark the one year anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in the bay area last may, vita employee same cassidy killed nine co workers, federal agents say journal writing show his seething hatred before the attack. investigators from multiple agencies worked quickly to prevent a repeat of history by obtaining a gun violence restraining order is intended to disarm people who are violent but have not yet committed an act of violence with a firearm. this is exactly the case that it's intended for. officers arrested velasquez a week ago
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for the threats he made a month ago and they confiscated his cache of weapons, taking swift action to disarm. this individual is what needed to happen to prevent a potential tragedy. velasquez is charged with one count of stalking. he bailed out of the santa clara county jail. on a $50,000 bond. we don't have information on his next court appearance. investigators say they're going to check all of the weapons that are seized. potentially some could violate the law here in california. they say more charges are likely coming. outside san jose police headquarters. jessica gary ktvu, fox two news. thank you. jesse advocates for inmates at the santa rita jail are protesting the number of deaths at the county facility. they held a rally outside the alameda county administration building. ktvu analysis shows at least 58 inmates have died in the jail in dublin since 2014 the sheriff says deputies are working with mental and medical health staff to improve conditions. however the family of one inmate who died by suicide while at the jail, says the county is not
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doing enough. i can't think they really need to think about mental health and how to make that work, but they've got to do better. these are our families in their hands that are jail is very concerning we strived out zero dust mitigation. programs to try to reduce the number of deaths. uh, number of suicides number of natural desk. the sheriff says some inmates who have died in jail have been in poor health or died from drug overdoses. but he agrees more needs to be done to reduce the number of inmate deaths. our time is 4 26, the santa clara city council was not able to reach a decision on the fate of the bmx track. it's been operated for almost 25 years by the police activities league, also known as powell. it's been named the top track in the country several times, but because powell doesn't have a sanctioning agreement with usa bmx track can be used for races . that means riders have to go
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to other tracks to race and the qualify for upper level competitions. parents say that's a hardship for them. they want the city to allow usa bmx to manage that track. we're not allowed to hold events if we can't keep the sanction at santa clara bmx track and i don't want that for my children because they really love the sport in sad since they closed the track because i miss racing. no. the track has been closed after powell discovered volunteers would not following standard accounting practices. powell says it will reopen the track for practices next tuesday, but racist still cannot be held there. the city council hasn't said when it might make a decision on whether bmx will be allowed to take over the management of the track. california's reporting its first investigation into a suspected case of monkeypox up next. the reason public health leaders say there is no need to panic. and recognition that's long overdue
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chid don't tell me we can't have an impact on this carnage. president biden now calling on lawmakers to act on gun policy after a gunman opened fire at a texas elementary school, killing several children and teachers. in a crime of opportunity. how scammers are targeting parents trying to find baby formula is the nation deals with empty shelves and slow production. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun, too. i'm
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pam cooked. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's a wednesday may 25th in case you're wondering the day is starting off warm. paulson's here. here's your forecast. steve's right there. right where? right over here, right? yeah thank you, sir. for a few sixties for most, it is very mild out there for us here with the city 65. officially san jose 66. the only 50 is in palo alto, and that's a pretty warm 57 degrees. fog is north fog assed south. it's not here yet might be a little bit of help for the coast today, but it will be another hot one. inland but it does look like the old rule of thumb. you know, three and out, because tomorrow we'll have a big drop hot inland again. little cooler coast, but still seventies eighties and some of those matters showing up again. 4 31 salads here. hopefully, it's quiet out there. yeah there's not a lot going on which is good, and that's exactly the way we want it at this time. that's why people get up so
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early. to have a decent commute . you're not being disappointed so far. every once in a while, though, of course you know that things happen. we're looking at the south bay. it's absolutely quiet and we don't see anything going on here as well. so go ahead and enjoy it because i don't think it's gonna stay this way for too long, 4 31, let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal grief, shock and anger , some of the emotions running through the entire country and a tiny south texas community. dealing with one of the deadliest school shootings in u. s history. 19 children. two adults were killed in that shooting. witnesses say the gunman crashed his truck outside of the school, then walked into the building started firing inside classroom after classroom. later there was a gun battle between him and some of the authorities responding to the shooting, a border patrol agent reportedly shot and killed that shooter. the shooter is identified as 18 year old yuval , the residents salvador ramos. he shot and wounded his
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grandmother before going to the school. texas lawmakers as ramos immediately bought two guns when he turned 18 years old. the shooting was that rob elementary school in uvalde, texas. it's a city that's roughly 16,000 people and 85 miles west of san antonio, texas. just about an hour's drive from the us mexico border. authorities are executing search warrants, including the gunman's phone records. investigators also reaching out to his relatives and checking his social media posts. meta has taken down what's believed to be his instagram account, and authorities say he hinted about going on a rampage and showed off the two guns he was going to use in the attack investigators . investigators say he had a rifle backpack and wore body armor when he entered the school and started shooting. rob elementary has just about 600 students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. and i've seen all the cop cars and ambulances. cause i live, you know, like, not very
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far from here. and then i got concerned, but i never could get close to the school. so then later on one of my daughters calling me that my granddaughter went to this school. so that's when i got concerned. you know that. i haven't left since. one of the adult victims was fourth grade teacher eva morales. her aunt shared these photos with us at ktvu. morales had been with the district for 17 years now both president biden and vice president harris spoke from the white house about the grief and the emotional toll this is having on the victim's families and the nation. there's a lot we don't know yet. there's a lot we do know. parents who will never see their child again. never have them jump in bed and cuddle with him. parents will never be the same. every time a product a
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tragedy like this happens, our hearts break. and our broken hearts are nothing compared to the broken hearts of those families. and how it keeps happening. flags are going to be flown at half staff to ensure the 19 shooting victims. this is now the third deadliest school shooting in american history. the deadliest was back in 2007 at virginia tech. that's where 32 people were killed in 2012 26 people were killed, including 20 elementary school kids at sandy hook elementary. in newtown, connecticut, and in 2018 17 people were killed at marjory stoneman douglas high school in part land texas, florida now, make sure you stay with ktvu as we track the latest developments from texas and later right here on warnings on two will check in and bring you a live report from the scene of that shooting in texas. here in the bay area. community leaders are preparing
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to mark one year since the wta light rail yard shooting when nine people were killed. ktvu mark sayer tells us the san jose city council is proclaiming tomorrow as a day of remembrance. like to ask everyone to take a moment of silence, please. there was complete silence and bowed heads inside the san jose city council chambers as the city prepares to remember one of the darkest days in its history on may 26th 2021 , employee of the wta guadalupe light rail yard opened fire, killing nine of his coworkers before killing himself. 1/10 employee died by suicide several months later. now the city has officially proclaimed the date as a day of remembrance. oh, words that can offer. that will be able to express the profound loss. that we experienced last year. the community of to was challenged. are we rose together. and grew annuity
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standing with san jose's vice mayor, the president of 80 you local to 65, to which many of the victims belonged, as well as the ceo and general manager of the wta this whole week weighs very heavy on our hearts. caroline kennedy then read the names of those lost 10. that day. we lost alex abdi jose lars michael. tim paul. adrian. tap and then henry and with those 1, really dearly, miss. we've also had the tragedy effect. there's other 90 plus people who are in the yard that day and the other 2000 employees at vt. a the nine victims killed at the yard were all vita employees ranging in age from 29 to 63. they were busting light rail operators, mechanics lineman and an assistant superintendent on behalf of our brothers who we lost that day. two nour and
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remember them is. we're very thankful and appreciative of that. on thursday night, the city hall rotunda will be illuminated in the colors of the wta, white, dark blue and light blue. and while the community will come together to remember, healing will take time. it's gonna take a while, but we will heal. reporting from san jose city hall. i'm mark sayer, ktvu fox two news, mark. thank you time now. 4 38 citizen from iraq who lives in ohio could get up to 30 years in prison on suspicion of planning to assassinate former president george w. bush. now, the justice department says she hob a med. she hobbs shahab is linked to isis. investigators say he wanted revenge for iraqis who were killed during operation iraqi freedom. he's accused of receiving thousands of dollars in a plan to smuggle iraqi nationals into the u. s. to kill former president bush and then
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smuggled them out across the mexican border. shows that people would not only tried to assassinate my uncle, former president united states but also seek to conduct a spectacular attack. now he has been charged with an immigration crime and aiding and abetting a murder plot. the fbi said they found out about the plot through confidential informants. it took 80 years, but high school diplomas finally went out to a group of japanese american students held at camps during world war. two diablo high school in concord held a graduation ceremony that included recognizing 40 students from the class of 1942. the schools, ethnic studies class, researched and identified the students and posthumously awarded them diplomas. family members were there to accept them. nice positive emotional experience just to see that, um kids took it upon themselves to kind of research into what
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happened and to say, well, this would be a good thing to do since they weren't able to graduate. now we talked to one family member who received a diploma on behalf of her late aunt. and she says, this type of goodwill makes her feel optimistic about the future. bravo, bravo! time is out for 40 . we're talking about your wednesday morning weather and how warm it's going to get steve's here. well it'll be warm again inland, a little cooler over by the coast. we'll take a look at yesterday's high temps here and as you might imagine that they were in record setting territory. they were pretty darn hot fairfield one. oh, one, just like the freeway. santa rosa airport code. faa code is sts 100 downtown was 97. i tend to forecast for town since i don't think anybody lives at the airport but still conquered. 98 menlo park 96 san rafael 95 93 santa cruz 81 in san francisco was 78. degrees we had some records. canfield 97, a little more airport 98, but in town one
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oh, two. also along with gilroy records, a tide most almost all those he saw. go back to 1982. so we've been hot before. but 102. that's that's hard to believe. little cooler on the coast hot inland today, the suddenly surge of what we call a fog coming up. the coast is trying to work its way up there, but it's. it's trying, but this would impact santa cruz area first before it does anyone else but something to watch the water temps are saying i am doing my best here with this cold attempts, forties and fifties, so it's only a matter of time. you just need a little bit of help, and we're not getting it yet, but we will little cooler over by the coast. today, the air aloft is amazingly warm 71 to 77 degrees that your inversion that's your capsule below that without any kind of seabreeze temps are running well above. where we were even 24 hours ago. now again, this may, you know, reverse itself by later this afternoon for many, but not this morning. 39 truckee 40, south lake tahoe 58 uk at 55 down in monterey and seventies down in the valley there fresno
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and bakersfield 71 73 so mild morning for most clear skies hot inland. it will be a little cooler over by the coast. but when i mean it takes usually two days to break down when you get this kind of hot inland that'll be tomorrow. 50 sixties and seventies on your tabs here on the peninsula, 51 montara, but 61 san mateo, 60 foster city, palo alto 61. look at los altos hills, almost 70 degrees yet 57 58 there around atherton, woodside. also stanford, palo alto high will be the main player today, but it will start to get kicked out here than a series of systems are going to drop in. our weather will get cool. and if you are going to the mountains this weekend sunday monday i would watch out could be some high elevation snow and some thunderstorm activity. sunday monday 60 seventies eighties nineties today tomorrow will get a big drop 20 degrees will continue that into the weekend. it's going to be another intense hurricane season for millions of people across the united states army in oliver in new york. we'll take a look at noah's atlantic hurricane forecast
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plant there surrendered governor brian kemp of georgia won the republican primary, easily beating the candidate backed by former president donald trump. governor kemp was supported by former vice president mike pence trump campaign for former senator david perdue. in the fall, kemp will face off against stacey abrams, who won the democratic primary and former football star herschel walker when the republican nomination in georgia for u. s. senate. former trump press secretary sarah huckabee. sanders easily won the republican primary for governor of arkansas, where her father held the same job. she will face nuclear engineer chris jones, who won the democratic primary. time is worth 46 happening. today, the head of the food and drug administration will testify before a house committee about the current baby formula shortage now, according to prepared testimony, fda commissioner robert calif. will tell lawmakers about events that led to a shutdown of an abbott laboratories plant in michigan. that's at the heart of the
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nationwide baby formula shortage. also today. another overseas shipment of baby formula is due to arrive here in the us scammers are now taking advantage of people desperate to get baby formula, while major online stores are out of stock for baby formula, other websites are popping up, claiming to have plenty of supplies. the website itself allows you to add anywhere between one case of something all the way to 1000. and if you put your credit card on file and you have the money available to place that order your money will be drafted from your account, and the problem is, they will never be able to fulfill that order. have the better business bureau says it's seen 4 to 5 new baby formula scams in the past week, the better business bureau encourages you check out the company's reputation on its website before you buy any formula online. the first case of monkeypox may have been detected here in california and
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the sacramento county division of public health has confirmed it's investigating a suspected case the person had recently returned from traveling in europe. health officials say they're waiting for lab results , but say symptoms and preliminary testing indicated confirmation of the monkey pox virus is likely. we are waiting confirmation testing from the centers for disease control. the individual is in isolation is not hospitalized and is doing well. now the sacramento health department is coordinating with the cdc to identify and evaluate people who may have had close contact with the infected person . the health department says there is minimal risk to the general public. ucsf infectious disease expert, dr peter chin, hang says it may not be long before the first cases detected here in the bay area. i think it won't be very long, maybe within the next week or two and again, uh, you know again. i'm not thinking that this is going to be highly transmissible in humans. it's not really a human
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virus. it's really a rat virus. and it just accidentally gets into the human network. according to the world health organization, there are about 200 confirmed cases across a dozen countries. the cdc is investigating roughly half a dozen presumptive cases here in the u. s, including in florida. new york and utah. so far, those infected have been men who recently traveled internationally. time is 4 49 hurricane season expected to be an active one, with forecasters calling for a 70% chance of 14 to 21 named storms, including as many as 10 hurricanes reporter ian oliver has more details. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is predicting an above average hurricane season in the atlantic for the seventh straight year, the agency says. we should expect 6 to 10 hurricanes with 3 to 6 of them being major hurricanes, meaning there'll be at least a category three storm. preparedness is key
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to the resilience that we need and now is the time to get ready for the upcoming hurricane season. the 2021 season was the third most active with 21 named storms and seven hurricanes. four of those were major hurricanes. last year. we saw hurricane on re the first hurricane to strike new england in 30 years and hurricane ida the second most damaging and intense hurricane to make landfall in louisiana. that storm caused $75 billion in damage and claimed the lives of more than 100 people. while we're here today to preview an outlook of four trends will shape this year's hurricane season. it's crucial to remember that it only takes one storm damage your home, neighborhood and community. president biden also reiterated that message telling residents from the gulf coast up to the northeast to prepare for another tough hurricane season. my message to
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all americans is straightforward. we know hurricanes are coming our way. grow more extreme every season thus far, do everything you can to protect yourself and your families. i promise you. we all of us here can do everything we can to protect you. hurricane season officially starts on june the first and runs through november 30th in new york. ian oliver fox weather alright. thank you. vee in speaking of weather. it's pretty hot here in the bay area. i know everybody people saying warm. in my opinion, it's hard and it's too hot. hot to me yesterday. yes, depends on where you live, you know again, it's a wide forecast owner of the way it is now, but for many, it was hot over by the coast. might have been nice to warm where you live. you know if you used it too much fog, and you got the sun yesterday was like oh, this is nice, but it was a toasty one for many here some of the highest yesterday fairfield one. oh, one santa rosa airport, 100 conquered. 98 menlo park 96 centerville 95 below. 93 santa cruz, 81 san
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francisco hit 78 oakland was 86 warm degrees. the livermore airport was 98 so in town, 102, which is hard to believe, but that was that was a new record can't feel the new record and also gilroy tied a record 97 going back to 1982. little cool around the coast today will still be hot inland or waiting for the fog. you can come down from the north, but we're really keeping an eye on the south. it's called a subtly surge. it will be very shallow, though it will only impact areas around santa cruz, but it's making his move. not yet, though. it will probably take until this afternoon water temperature certainly called bodega bay back down to 46. this is incredibly called water right there. that does not happen very often. i think it's only happened about four or five times going back to the 19 eighties to get 46 degrees c surface temperature. that as a measure of the water, not the air sonoma mountain, though mount diablo and ben lomond mountain are really warm , that is called your inversion that's going to take another day to break so we are running warmer compared to 24 hours ago. plus 10 for hayward, plus nine
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for livermore. oakland san carlos, san jose sfo. santa rosa , a plus eight. so if it phillips feels warmer to you, it is i just hit the wrong button. nancy if we can get this to work there, there we go. 37 truckee 40, south lake tahoe 63, sacramento 55 down in monterey 79 up and reading. so today's weather little cooler by the coast. it's a mild morning compared to it, but what's what's average for us this time you're on the lows. it'll still be another hot inland day, fifties, sixties and seventies on some of the temps here. south bay, santa clare valley santa cruz mountains fifties on the temp 60 to the morgue until san martin upper fifties low sixties , including cupertino, saratoga , both at 62. so one more day of high pressure than a system sweeps in temps will drop about 20 degrees tomorrow. and if you are going to tahoe truckee for the weekend sunday monday could get some high elevation snow. some thunderstorms. sixties seventies eighties nineties today, tomorrow will be the big drop in the temps to fall comes roaring back and will continue
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into the weekend. thank you, steve. you continue to follow the investigation of the mass school shooting in uvalde, texas , still ahead, the bay area law enforcement agency that's increasing patrols at local schools. plus oh, yeah, absolutely. they're going to win on thursday when they come home. oh yes, doug nation, very confident the warriors will wrap up the western conference championship with a win at chase center tomorrow night. we're going to hear from the players and coach kerr about how the mavericks were able to squeeze out a win. plus some offseason updates on the 49ers, including jimmy g, trey lance and deebo samuels. ♪
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passing game and drills, and he told reporters that he is fully recovered from a finger injury, which made it difficult at times last season to firmly grip the ball. when your finger doesn't straighten all the way. it's hard to finish off that finger. totally if that makes sense. um, but, yeah, we don't need to talk about anymore. i feel like i'm in a great spot now. jimmy grappler was among several veteran players who are not at this week's voluntary offseason training activity. head coach kyle shanahan says garoppolo will likely be traded, but it's not a guarantee. the 30 year old quarterback is recovering from shoulder surgery. he is expected to start throwing in late june or early july. got me an iphone and then never called me back on it. so i was, like, all right, i'll take that. i guess you guys talked. um you know, when did we clear our lockers after the season? a lot. just jimmy g. george kittle says he texted garoppolo but never heard back. but that's not unusual. kittle
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often jokes that garoppolo does his own thing, especially in the off season that he is not good at returning messages. other players who are not training this week in santa clara include nick bosa, trent williams and deebo samuel. but devo was seen in dallas watching the warriors , mavericks playoff games and steph curry and draymond green. gave him some jerseys. samuel in the 49ers are still in a stalemate over contract negotiations. but head coach shanahan believes devo samuel will be a key contributor this season. have you talked to diva? mm hmm. remember from last time i'm going to stop telling you guys when i talked to guys and not talk to guys because i don't want to make that news sense, though, that things can get back. to normal with the relationship between him and the team and the team and him. of course i do. and i felt that last time i talked to you guys at draft time. i feel the same, if not stronger. teammates say they have been communicating with diva samuel and say he is
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working out and in good spirits. the giants played the new york mets at 12 45. today the giants coming off their wildest game of the season, they beat the mets last night 13 to 12 left fielder jack peterson hit three home runs, including one into mccovey cove. peterson is the first giants player to hit three homers in a game since barry bonds in 1994. the giants still trailed the mets in the bottom of the night until peterson singles to tie the game. brandon crawford won it with the base hit to left. the a's are in seattle this afternoon against the mariners, the is coming off their own exciting victory. the mariners 7 to 5. the hit two homers came from behind. last night, the wind snaps their 13 game losing streak to the mariners. first pitch 1 10 this afternoon for the a's teachers. anybody that was in his way he started shooting every single person. we had several officers and officers tried to make entry into the school, but they were met with gunfire by the suspect.
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texas investigators write an elementary school this morning where it's least 19 children and two teachers were shot dead in a mass shooting. they're still looking for the reasons why now we have. children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? warriors head coach steve kerr passionately talking about the texas school shootings, and there are more reactions from celebrities and leaders around the nation demanding action by lawmakers on capitol hill. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning. may 25th talking to steve paulson, hoping for some slightly cooler weather coz that not in life tomorrow tomorrow for sure. cooler tomorrow. yes okay. we begin, though, with the waning crescent moon 22% visible the
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new moon will be on the 30th. the next full moon will be june 14th that'll be the strawberry moon. i hope this is just a phase i'm going through. don't don't. alright let's go here. temperatures are thank you're welcome fifties for palo alto sixties for everyone else. it's pretty warm for us. no doubt about it. thank you, kevin for posting that up there, kevin and engineering. fog is coming up the coast, maybe making the impact towards santa cruz capitola. but for everyone else , think they'll get a late seabreeze, but inland it will still be in the nineties. five oh, one. sal is here to tell us something new. something good bad. what? you know what we do have the commute that's looking pretty good, steve, and it's quiet, which i like. this is look at the mcarthur maze now and i can show you that the traffic is looking good. coming around the corner. there have been no major issues here at the maze or at the bay bridge. and it's early so we don't even have a lot of slow traffic on highway four yet, so if you're driving
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from the conquered or concord, walnut creek, it looks very good. 501 let's get back to the headlines. thank you. we're starting with the still developing story from that mass school shooting at an elementary school in texas an 18 year old gunman stormed in elementary school and killed 19 students and two adults. ktvu is amanda quintana's in our newsroom right now to tell us the latest on what we know so far. good morning, amanda. yes good morning, david. we're learning more about the victims of that shooting yesterday in the death toll now raised to 21 photos are also coming out showing the faces of those young children killed. and the two teachers now identified. many parents waited late into the night to learn whether their children had survived as authorities work to identify those killed the 18 year old gunman who was killed by law enforcement is believed to have shot his grandmother before driving to rob elementars
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now the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade since 26 people were shot and killed at sandy hook elementary in the year. 2012 and gun laws haven't changed much since then. democrats in the senate, including senator chris murphy of connecticut, where sandy hook is are calling for action. they have added gun control legislation to the calendar, but experts say getting anything through congress will be difficult. president joe biden is also making an emotional plea for gun control. i'd hoped. when i became president, i would not have to do this again in god's name is our backbone. of the courage to deal with it. stand up to the lobbies. nowhere else to little kids go to school, thinking that they might be shot that day. many republicans have expressed outrage over the shooting, but not support for new laws. again there is a social media push, saying enough
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is enough and thoughts. our prayers are not enough. texas governor greg abbott is scheduled to visit the grieving community later today. police are still searching for a motive in the newsroom. amanda quintana ktvu fox two news thank you were also responses from bay area leaders and law enforcement agencies about the texas shootings. contra costa county sheriff david livingston tweeted this statement quote. on behalf of the contra costa sheriff's office, our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the you baldy, texas school shooting victims, although there are no known threats in counter cast, a sheriff's office jurisdiction bordered additional patrols around all of our schools. it's not just lawmakers demanding action. warriors head coach steve kerr angrily demanded action just before last night's warriors game in dallas . now we have. children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? you realize that
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90% of americans regardless of political party, want background checks? universal background 90% of us we are being held hostage by 50 senators. in washington, who refused to even put it to a vote. despite what we the american people want. they won't vote on it because they want to hold onto their own power. it's pathetic. i've had enough. coach kerr has been outspoken in favor of gun control for years, and it's very personal. his father, a university professor in beirut , lebanon, was brutally assassinated back in the 19 eighties. stay with us here at ktvu as we track the very latest developments from texas and the investigation later on mornings on two will bring you a live report from the scene of that school shooting. we're also learning new details about the deadly shooting in san francisco that involved a police officer last week, according to the
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chronicle, the san francisco medical examiner has determined both men who died last thursday were shot to death. by police. san francisco police responded to reports of a man with a knife attacking an unarmed man in the city's dogpatch neighborhood at the time. it was unclear how the men died. california justice department is now investigating the fatal shooting time now, 562 years ago today, george floyd was killed by minneapolis police officers, sparking national protests over police use of force and president biden is expected to sign an executive order calling for police accountability. that includes changing policies on use of force and putting restrictions on local police receiving surplus military equipment. it also calls for limitations on chokeholds and no knock warrant by linking that to receiving federal funds. house speaker nancy pelosi is pushing back on the decision by the archbishop to deny her communion within the archdiocese of san francisco.
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speaker pelosi says she respects that people have opposing views but that they should not be imposed on others. the longtime san francisco democrats says she comes from a large family with many members who oppose abortion rights archbishop salvatore corner leoni says he would refuse her communion due to her prohibition, pro abortion rights stance as a catholic our time is 507 with the golden state warriors are looking forward to tomorrow night. that's when they will play the dallas mavericks at chase center, hoping to move on to the nba finals the last night in dallas mavericks beat the warriors won 19 to 1 oh, nine, spoiling the warriors hope of sweeping the series. at the game's first half looked a lot like game two, with the warriors trailing by double digits. this time, they couldn't rally back in the third quarter. now the backup players made things interesting in the fourth. within the end, the warriors lost and now they come back home to try to wrap up the series. we
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want alert tonight. defensively we weren't sharp and i thought we let them kind of get into a groove. and once a team like that gets into a three point groove, it's tough to get them out of it. confidence started early, and we didn't really do nothing to slow it down. and then that's where the avalanche starts. so it's a good lesson learned in terms of he said that you know you had to him because they made a lot of shots. we had a couple of breakdowns and our zone they gave him easy looks. they made us pay, very did indeed not. game five against dallas tomorrow night six p.m. in san francisco warriors are considered seven point favorites. hundreds of fans packed into thriving city at chase center to watch the game as well. sweet sweet sweet brought my favorite item brew sweeping baby. keep the streets clean. yeah sweep, but they will be back out confidence that the
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warriors will wrap up the series tomorrow night at home. the tnt broadcasters will be there before and after the game. along with fans hoping to celebrate another trip to the nba finals. it's just a great environment. you know, everyone's here is hardcore warriors fan. it's just a nice vibe over here. oh, yeah, absolutely. they're going to win on thursday when they come home. we know they're gonna handle business next game. i always thought it would be. you know, five games in this series anyway, so go warriors. go warriors watch parties are free outside chase center. if you want to go inside tickets starting at about $320 on that resale market, so you won't need a broom for a sweep. how about something to keep the sun off you today another hot, sunny day ahead for us in the bay area that is correct. tomorrow will cool down big time stan van gundy and reggie miller. the commentators are both very, very good. very very, very sharp. they see things that others. don't that's just my two cents, but it will be significantly
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cooler tomorrow, maybe a little cooler over by the coast. today there's the fog is trying, but usually it's another day inland. it will still be hot. fairfield one. oh one central's airport, 100 conquered 98 menlo park. 96 san rafael was 95. do you believe that pamela sandra fell. 95 do you believe that? i can believe it? it was about 90 along the water over there. and marin county. alright, well, we have a confirmation of that. thank you. leo 93, santa cruz, 81, san francisco 70 oakland airport and downtown. we're both 86. usually there's a difference, but not yesterday. canfield 97 gilroy 97 livermore , one. oh, two, either tying record highs or setting record highs deliver more airport was 98. so that was kind of a little bit of an outlier warm to hot again. inland i'd say hot for most little cooler by the coast. we're waiting for that fog to come up the coast and it's trying we call it a southerly surgeon weather and it's on its way. it's just takes a while to get here, and it's very shallow. that would only impact once he has made its flying up the coast problems. it hasn't even made it to monterey yet so water temps
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amazingly cold bodega bay 46 47 point raised. 47 san francisco believe 50. so once we get a little help and break down this inversion alof that is extremely warm air. aloft in the higher elevations. 77 sonoma mountain 70. diablo ben lomond mountain. also at 77, they all have a north or northeast breeze. so that's tough to break down. and because of that, we are running 2 to 10 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time, with sfo and hayward plus 10, usually somewhere inland, but not this time. sixties seventies eighties nineties, probably 100 degrees. why don't you just go 100? steve? well, where do you draw the line? i mean, how far out do you go? it'll still be hot for ellen brentwood, saying 77, but their fifties and sixties for other temps, so it's a pretty warm morning here. 51 bodega bay yet 64 pope valley, 68 cloverdale 2 56 in petaluma, 55 mill valley all overlay or showing 68 sonoma 55. that's a big spread. usually don't see that the high will still control most of the weather today. but then a series of systems are on their way. cool down will start
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big time tomorrow. and maybe if you're heading up to tahoe truckee, keep an eye on things could be. some thunderstorms are high, high elevation snow. late sunday and the monday maybe early tuesday. sixties seventies eighties nineties today tomorrow, fogs back wind picks up temperatures drop big time. thank you. steve san francisco firefighters are in the middle of some special training, still ahead the training to help them play a key role in battling fires outside the city plus we believe we prevented some sort of mass casualty incident. police in the south bay think they may have prevented a mass shooting. we'll tell you about the suspect and the alleged threats. this? this is supersonic wifi from xfinity.
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5 1m today, new water waster penalties will be in forest in the santa clara valley water district fines up to $10,000 or possible after several warnings
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are made first. the water board declared the water emergency almost a year ago. they wanted water use reductions of 15% board members say. since then, customers have been cutting back only 3. cal fire reports. the fire inclusive county is just 20% contained this morning. it started yesterday afternoon just outside the city of colusa, about 65 miles northeast of santa rosa. it's burning on both sides of the sacramento river and flames have been pushed by winds across 200 acres because of that fire remains under investigation. fire crews across california are gearing up for another rough summer and ktvu tom vacar reports that includes san francisco firefighters who received some special training to help when they are called in to help battle wildfires. the california governor's office of emergency services. oh yes, and the same francisco fire department or partners in the
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california fire and rescue mutual aid system. they did a wild land fire training drill tuesday morning in mclaren park. the non burn drill involved critical host procedures. the first holla hose from a stationary point, stopping to add more hose where it may be too steep for a truck. but where a truck must stay attached to a water source. the second drill, pump and roll where the water laden trucks follow right behind advancing ground crews supplying water from their tanks. the s f f. d is primarily an urban firefighting force. it's also trained and equipped with five initial attack, type six many engines to fight wildland and rural wildfires statewide and around the country. we have over 100 qualified type six drivers. we have approximately 150 plus red card members in this fire department that can be deployed at any time. last year. the s f f d battled for wild land fires
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and shasta plumas in siskiyou counties and 20 fires in oregon and montana. right now city cruiser deployed elsewhere in the state and in new mexico when we are deployed in the five types sixes, we're fully staffed in the city, so it doesn't deplete our staffing were able to staff every piece of apparatus. fully oh, yes, organizes and supplies, 270 engines and support vehicles to 60 local fire agencies to assure surge capability as needed depend on local fire personnel to staff, state engines, and in that partnership, we're able to take those engines and move them throughout the state. or the region when we have mutual aid requests, the state fully expects a flood of mutual aid requests. even now, the kinds of drought, fed dryness wins and explosive fuel loads are primed to cause wildfires and fire storms earlier than ever. we're
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seeing hundreds degree days in the end of may, extra statewide fire force will assist cal fire and federal fire agencies well into november or beyond. tom baker, ktvu fox two news. our time now, 5 18 as it gets hotter here in the bay area, volunteers in the south bay or handing out drinking water at homeless encampments yesterday morning, pastor scott wagers and teams from chair ministry were at roosevelt park. volunteers say the hot weather can be deadly for the un housed and the heat kills more people than cold weapon. the people out here with the preconditions they have with covid all the you know all the things that they're fighting, they get dehydrated, quickly and easily and then that can become heatstroke and then death and we've seen i think one day and the volunteers will continue going to the encampment the rest of this week. okay 5. 18 is the time dealing with a lot of heat. let's check in with steve
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paulson for our forecast trying to watch for the fog. it's trying to get the monterey but so little cooler by the coast here today could be a big drop santa cruz capitola area but inland it will take another day. tomorrow it will happen. but today inland will still be a lot of nineties here yesterday, fairfield santa rosa airport in the 100 conquered 98 menlo park , 96 centerville 95 allow 93 santa cruz 81. san francisco officially 78. but there were eighties in the city, and it's still pretty warm in the city. warm to hot, high fire danger, of course, little cooler over by the coast. it'll be hot inland, but that fog is creeping up the coast there and there's also some coming down from the north. but the area. we watches that folks, so it's getting closer. it's hard to see sometimes, but they're taking it right there. so it's getting it's you know, making his push northward but hasn't made it to monterey unless something is showing. i'm not seeing you. bodega bay bowie still bouncing between 46 47. so the water temps are no doubt about it cold, cold cold, but the air aloft and a little bit of an offshore pushes preventing anything from really developing
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as far as the sea breeze yet still really warm here. it's 77 sonoma mountain and also ben lomond mountain is really warm in the city. i see an east wind 60 west southwest 66 north 56. east southeast almost 70. i mean , it's just no no cool breeze yet, but it will be a little cool. this is one of those ones around 1 32 o'clock it kicks in for the coast. it will still be hot inland. as temperatures are still sitting in the sixties for many fifties for review, but mainly sixties and we are running noticeably warmer than 24 hours ago by about 5 10 degrees sixties for many piemonte 68 kensington 68. that's really warm air aloft. but the high winds out today then tomorrow it will be a combination of a low moving into the north. the fog pouring in and a series of systems dropping in which is going to lead to a significant cool down and maybe some high elevation snow and thunderstorm activity on sunday monday for tahoe truckee, it'll be windy for us. sixties seventies eighties nineties. today one more hot day. then it's out of here. we'll see a huge drop in those temps
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have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now. we can't wait one more day when people are dying on our streets. goo3 . the reward fund offered to help find the missing woman from oakley has now been doubled. now $100,000 is being offered to help find 24 year old alexis gave last seen in january at the home of a former boyfriend. her abandoned car was found the next day in india, the city of oakley increased its contribution to that reward fund of $50,000. so the total is now $100,000 for information that helps to find her. well a bill to protect the
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dna of sexual assault survivors has now passed the state senate on the unanimous vote. it limits the use of victim's dna collected in rape kits from being used for anything except identifying the suspect. san francisco senator scott wiener wrote the bill. it will help protect the privacy of assault survivors, he says that will also promote public safety by encouraging survivors to report sexual violence. federal law already prohibits the inclusion of victim's dna in the national database. the state assembly will vote on the same bill next well, police in san jose say they prevented what could have been a mass shooting, investigators say 43 year old brian velasquez was recently fired from his construction job. they say that led him to post on social media. several threats of violence at the rds were alerted about it. they have obtained a restraining order against him
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intended to disarm people who are violent but have not yet committed an act of violence with a firearm. this is exactly the case that it's intended for. police arrested velasquez last week for those threats. they say they confiscated several weapons, including ghost guns, as well as ammunition and body armor. he's right now charged with one count of stocking. he's likely to be facing more charges soon. it is now. 5 25 in piedmont. the police say a 36 year old woman was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenage boy on the campus of piedmont high school. now the police did not release the name of the woman. she was arrested monday in connection with the crime last week. police did not give details about the alleged assault suspect was booked into the santa rita jail in dublin. police say she was later released after posting bail. this case is being reviewed by the district attorney's office for the appropriate charges. it is 5 25 advocates were inmates
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at the santa rita jail or protesting the number of deaths at the county jail. they held a rally outside of the alameda county administration building. ktvu study shows at least 58 inmates have died at the jail in dublin since 2014 sheriff says deputies are working with mental and medical health staff to improve the conditions at the jail. however the family of one inmate who died by suicide while at the jail, says the county is not doing enough. i think they're really need to think about mental health and how to make that work, but they've got to do better. these are our families in their hands that are jail is very concerning we strived at zero dust mitigation programs to try to reduce the number of deaths. uh, number of suicides number of natural desk. now, the sheriff said. some of the inmates have died in jail have been in bad health or they died from drug overdoses. he
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agreed. more needs to be done to reduce the number of deaths among the inmates. it is. 5 27. california's reporting its first investigation into a suspected case of monkey pots up next. the reason public health leaders say there's no need to panic yet. and recognition that is long overdue. how students in the east bay helped to honor people who were forced into incarceration camps eight decades ago during world war two.
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we l me we can't have an impact on this carnage. president biden now calling on lawmakers to act on gun policy after a gunman opened fire at a texas elementary school, killing children and teachers and a crime of opportunity. scammers now targeting parents trying to
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find baby formula. as the nation deals with an empty shelf and slow production problem. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two good morning. thank you for joining us here on morning. san too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's the middle of the week. it's wednesday. it's may 25th man. yes, it is going to be hot today. steve paulson is your forecast. pam. anything you want to add. it's hard it's got okay . we're watching the fog coming up the coast. this will only impact areas on the immediate coast. tomorrow everyone will drop it today. it'll still be another hot one inland. you can see some of that fox. we call it has steadily. search has not taken the turn of monterey yet, though, so you know if it continues its march northward, then there will be some cooling. i do think of seabreeze kicks in for most of the coast later today, it will still be hot inland, noah nineties on the temps a little cooler over by the coast. so we're looking at seventies eighties and nineties upper nineties again. alright
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sounds here at 5 30 in the morning to tell us things are doing well, steve. i like what we see on this wednesday if you are driving over to marin county from richmond ever wanted to see what the richmond bridge looks like when there is absolutely light traffic right now it is. that you can see. cars are just driving through and no major delays at all. same thing with the bay bridge. we don't have a big backup right now. this is the hour when things change. in fact, this is the last half hour . really, before we start seeing big delays, so by six o'clock, i think you're going to start seeing some of these commutes start getting getting congested 5 31, let's go back to the headlines. thank you, sal. some new information about the school shooting in texas. all of those who were killed or in just one classroom. incredibly 19 children. two adults were killed at rob elementary school. witnesses say the gunman crashed his truck outside of the school, then walk into the building and started shooting. later there
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was a gun battle between him and law enforcement. a border patrol agent reportedly shot and killed him. the shooter was 18 year old salvador ramos. uh, vivaldi. he shot and wounded his grandmother before going to that elementary school, texas lawmaker says when ramos turned 18 years old, he immediately bought two guns. now again. the shooting happened at rob elementary school in uvalde , texas. it's a city of roughly 16,000 people just 85 miles west of san antonio. authorities have search warrants now for potential evidence, including the gunman's phone records. investigators are also reaching out to his relatives and checking his social media posts . meta has taken down what's believed to be his instagram account, authorities say. he hinted about going on a rampage and showed off the two guns he was going to use in the attack. investigators say he had a rifle backpack and wore body armor as
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as he entered the school and started shooting. rob elementary has about 600 students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. they're not seen all the cop cars and ambulances. cause i live, you know, like, not very far from here. and then i got concerned, but i never could get close to the school. so then later on one of my daughters calling me that my granddaughter went to this school. so that's when i got concerned. you know that. i haven't left since. one of the adult victims was fourth grade teacher eva morales. her aunt shared these photos with us at ktvu morales had been with the district for 17 years. time is 5 33 were parents, students, school communities all over the country are responding to this horrifying tragedy at that elementary school in texas, and it has led to renewed discussions about security gun control. and how to talk to kids about what happened. ktvu sally rasmus here now with that part
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of the story. good morning, allie. good morning, dave will. parents at some east based schools may notice an extra police presence around their schools in contra costa county, where we are this morning, the sheriff here said in a tweet last night quote, although there are no known threats in contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction, i have ordered additional patrols around all of our schools. san francisco unified school districts also sent out a similar statement to families explaining quote in an abundance of caution, the san francisco police department will have an increased police presence around schools from now. until the end of the school year, which is next wednesday. the disturbing and frustrating reality of yet another school shooting is prompting discussions about security, gun control and also how to explain to children the horror of what happened and you've aldi, texas. when it comes to approaching this topic for our own children at home for our viewers who have families. i guess you could say it depends on the age group here and personally i have a nine and
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a 12 year old. i feel like i can't avoid this topic when it comes to that specific age. what would you say is the difference for me and my wife breaching the topic compared to the risk of them having to go to school tomorrow? in hearing it from others from france. no it's always important. it's much like how we think about suicide. it's always important that those that love you talk to you about these issues. it's always important that those that love you tell you and give you the reinsurance that they are doing everything they can to keep you safe. there are always questions can't be answered. can you keep me safe there? can you keep me safe? well, i will do everything that i can't because that's who i am . i love you. that's why i'm in your life. now again, we want to clarify there are no specific threats to any bay area schools . but again, the tragedy that happened in the last 24 hours, prompting discussions among school communities everywhere, not just in the bay area about
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how to approach this topic and explain this sad situation to children live in lafayette, ali rasmus ktvu. fox two news. thank you. make sure you stay right here with us in ktvu has retract the latest developments coming from texas. and later here on mornings onto will bring you a live report from the scene of that shooting. according to an fbi report. active shooter incidents rose more than 52% between 2020. and last year, the data shows there were 61 active shooter incidents in the us last year, and the fbi says the active shootings last year were all carried out by men, with the exception of one case. the shootings occurred in 30 states . 103 people were killed, 140 wounded. tomorrow marks exactly one year since the mass shooting at the wta light rail yard in san jose. like to ask everyone to take a moment of silence, please. the san jose city council held a moment of silence
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to honor the nine innocent lives taken the council proclaiming tomorrow a day of remembrance, the valley transportation authority earlier this month. demolish the building where the attack happened, so survivors will not have to relive the nightmare each day they go to work. on behalf of our brothers who we lost that day. two nour and remember them is. we're very thankful and appreciative of that. there are no words that can offer that will be able to express the profound loss. that we experienced last year. the wta says it lost 10 employees that day, one rail yard worker who witnessed the shooting died by suicide on his first day back to work, the valley transportation authority will hold private ceremonies tomorrow for employees and victims, families. the event will be live streamed so that the public can share in the service time is 5 37, the citizen from iraq who
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lives in ohio could get up to 30 years in prison on suspicion of planning to assassinate former president george w. bush and the justice department says he is linked to isis. investigators say the suspect wanted revenge for iraqis who were killed during operation iraqi freedom. he is accused of receiving thousands of dollars were planned to smuggle iraqi nationals into the u. s to kill former president bush and then smuggled them out across the mexican border. it shows that people would not only tried to assassinate my uncle, former president united states but also seek to conduct a spectacular attack. on that suspect has been charged with an immigration crime and with aiding and abetting a murder plot. the fbi found out about the plot through confidential informants. it took 80 years, but high school diplomas finally went out to a group of japanese american students held at camps during world war two. mountie ablow high school in concord held a
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graduation ceremony that included recognizing 40 students from the class of 1942. the schools. ethnic studies class, researched and identified the students and posthumously awarded them diplomas. family members were there to accept them. nice positive emotional experience just to see that the kids took it upon themselves to kind of research into what happened and to say, well, this would be a good thing to do since they weren't able to graduate. we talked to a family member who received a diploma on behalf of her late aunt and she says, this type of goodwill makes her feel optimistic about the future. indeed well, our time is 5 39 if you suffered in yesterday's heat, you probably won't get a whole lot of relief today, right state unless you buy the coast, but inland probably not. tomorrow. everyone will, though. i mean, it wasn't but in fog is trying, but
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yesterday was a hot one. for sure. in fact, temperatures had a couple of records will take a look at those but where you live. fairfield one. oh, one santa rosa airport. 100 downtown was 97. conquered 98 menlo park, 96 sandra found 95 11 93 santa cruz, 81 san francisco 78 oakland was 86. can't field a record high 97 gilroy tied 97 livermore. now the airport was 98 so downtown one oh, to the old records. 98 1982 all the records went back to 1982 that that one is hard to believe the liver one, but nothing surprised me really anymore. when it comes to warm weather warm to hot now a little cooler on the coast, though fog is trying to make its move up the coast. there's really not much coming down the coast so we're looking for that suddenly surge. it's trying it's made the move on the central coast, but i don't think it's made it into monterey yet, so it still has a ways to go, which leads me to believe it's still going to be a pretty warm day for many sea breeze should kick in later in the day. water temps are just incredibly called bodega bay, bowie actually
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dropped to 46 again. that is a rare event that's only happened a few times in the last 30 years or so. but so the water temperature called the air aloft and the wind direction is still north northeast. not strong, but it's there. 77 is really warm sonoma mountain ben lomond mountains, so that's going to take another day to budge in the city. you take your most locations are in the sixties. so i mean, it's still warm. there's no sea breeze kicking in yet there's even a slight easterly breeze for some, so we are looking for nothing yet, but i think this afternoon that should kick it hard again. inland a little cooler over by the coast if the fog makes it, santa cruz capital will drop 20 degrees if it makes it past monterey into santa cruz, but most locations left to wait till tomorrow. 50 60 seventies and attempts just depends on also, occasions are in the sixties, even on the peninsula in los altos hills, 68 specifically hills 58 cemeteries . 60 belmont, 60 57, stanford. atherton so slightly cooler, but these are all pretty warm for us. after today, though, it's all about cooler weather, in fact, much cooler and maybe even some rain high elevation snow late sunday monday for tahoe truckee, so if you are going up
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there, keep advisor could be some big changes late in the weekend and on monday sixties seventies eighties nineties. tomorrow, though, will drop a good 15 20 degrees even inland. all right. thank you, steve. all the big cities in the country. san francisco has the lowest number of children coming up in our six o'clock hours. some of the reasons behind that trend plus it's going to be another intense hurricane season for millions of people across the united states army in oliver in new york. we'll take a look at noah's atlantic
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tell lawmakers what led to a shutdown of an avid laboratories plant in michigan. that's at the heart of the nationwide shortage of baby formula. also today, another overseas shipment of baby formula is due to arrive here in the us and watch out for scammers taking advantage of people desperate to get baby formula, while the major online stores say baby formula is out of stock. other websites are popping up, claiming to have plenty of formula. the website itself allows you to add anywhere between one case of something all the way to 1000. and if you put your credit card on file and you have the money available to place that order your money will be drafted from your account, and the problem is, they will never be able to fulfill that order. have the better. business bureau says it has seen 4 to 5 new baby formula scams in the past week, they're encouraging you to check out the company's reputation on its
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website before you buy any formula online. first case of monkeypox may have been detected here in california. the sacramento county division of public health has confirmed it's investigating a suspected case the person had recently returned from traveling in europe. health officials say they're waiting for lab results, but say symptoms and preliminary testing indicated confirmation of the monkey pox virus is likely. we are waiting confirmation testing from the centers for disease control. the individual is in isolation is not hospitalized and is doing well. now the sacramento health department is coordinating with the cdc to identify and evaluate people who may have had close contact with that infected person. the health department says there is minimal risk to the general public time is not 5 46 hurricane season expected to be an active one. the forecasters are calling for a 70% chance of 14 to 21 named storms. and that includes as
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many as 10 hurricanes reporter ian oliver has details. the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is predicting and above average hurricane season in the atlantic for the seventh straight year, the agency says. we should expect 6 to 10 hurricanes with 3 to 6 of them being major hurricanes, meaning there'll be at least a category three storm. preparedness is key to the resilience that we need and now is the time to get ready for the upcoming hurricane season. 2021 season was the third most active with 21 named storms and seven hurricanes. four of those were major hurricanes last year. we saw hurricane on re the first hurricane to strike new england in 30 years and hurricane ida. the second, most damaging and intense hurricane to make landfall in louisiana. that storm caused $75 billion in damage and claimed the lives of
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more than 100. people were here today to preview an outlook of four trends will shape this year's hurricane season. it's crucial to remember that it only takes one storm damage your home , neighborhood and community. president biden also reiterated that message telling residents from the gulf coast up to the northeast to prepare for another tough hurricane season. my message to all americans is straightforward. we know hurricanes are coming our way. grow more extreme every season thus far, do everything you can to protect yourself and your families. i promise you. we all of us here can do everything we can to protect you. hurricane season officially starts on june the first and runs through november 30th in new york. ian oliver fox weather all right. thank you, ian. let's check in with south for an early look to the community this morning. sal has a look out there. it's getting a little better or not little better, a little more crowded, but it's still doing
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very well. so i don't know why i said better. i guess i'm you know, hoping it's nine o'clock already, but it's only 5 48, so it is ok, it is going to get a little bit slower. at the toll plaza. the metering lights have gone on. let's also talk about highway four. we're seeing a little bit of slowing in pittsburgh. but nothing yet in concord or bay point, and as we look at 8 80 there's a new crash reported southbound 8 80 right here at tennyson road. no injuries, but it's already causing a little bit of a backup . hopefully they'll get that out of the way rather soon nearby on that san mateo bridge it looks good all the way out to the peninsula, which, by the way, 101 and 2 80 or looking good up and down. the peninsula. 5 49. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. all right, sal . we're watching fog trying to make its move up the coast. it's near near monterrey. but it's not in monterey. at least not yet. it will be another hot pattern for those inland. tomorrow will take the drop, though, but little cooler over by the coast. hot for many temperature. i mean, there's just no movement of the air at
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all. or sitting in the sixties really on a lot of the lows here, sixties or even seventies for a few, but i mean there's some fifties but it won't take long to really start warming up. santa cruz, capitola aptos. that's kind of the focus here if the fog makes it around the bend there at the monterey peninsula, and then they can drop 15 20 degrees. we've seen that happen so far. it's not there yet. santa cruz was 81 yesterday. they could easily be 61 of the fog makes it it's always a tough call everybody. it's not there yet. the high winds out today, but then the system will start to work its way in tomorrow and bump it out of the way and another systems went to drop in late sunday monday. this will be a windy pattern for us, but it could produce some high elevation snow thunderstorms. up in tahoe and truckee, so i know some of you may be heading up there for the holiday. but keep in mind that could definitely materialized, especially as we go into early next week. 60 seventies eighties nineties today, tomorrow we'll get a big drop in those temps fall comes back. and the sea breeze will be kicking up its heels. alright so what we are so following the
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latest developments from texas and that deadly school shooting coming up at six o'clock, we'll go live to texas and bring you an update from the scene this morning. and up next some offseason updates on the 49ers, including jimmy g. trey, lance and deebo, samuel. another crazy day? of course—you're a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business. with fully integrated security solutions all in one place. so you're covered. on-premise and in the cloud. you can run things the way you want —your team, ours or a mix of both. with the nation's largest ip network. from the most innovative company.
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fivw superintendent for the san francisco unified school district. first of all congratulations to the board and dr wayne on your selection. um i look forward to working with you. i know you will do a great job. dr matthews. congratulations on your retirement and your just remarkable career in education. it's confirmed that matthew wayne has been appointed superintendent by the board of education. he was selected after a long search involving more than 60 community engagement sessions and an online survey. he'll begin his new three year job on july 1st. the ticket sales for alcatraz are breaking out of their doldrums, hornblower tells the san francisco business times. daily sales so far this month or about 3700 tickets a day. that's more than the average for 2019. hornblower says. it's also seeing a lot of corporate bookings as companies look to rebuild as workers returned to the office time is 5 50 for the
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49ers are off today before they have another workout tomorrow, the media had a chance to see the 49ers. for the first time since last season, everybody was focused on quarterback trade lamps. he's presumed to be the new starting quarterback. he completed 15 to 17 passes during drills and told reporters he's fully recovered from a finger injury. it made it hard at times last season, they're just grip the ball when your finger doesn't straighten all the way. it's hard to finish off that finger. totally if that makes sense. yeah we don't need to talk about anymore. i feel like i'm in a great spot now. now jimmy garoppolo. he was among several veteran players, not at this week's voluntary offseason training activity, 49ers head coach kyle shanahan says jimmy will likely be traded, but that's not a guaranteed. he's still recovering from right shoulder surgery he's expected to begin throwing in late june or early july. got me an iphone
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and then never called me back on it. so i was, like, all right, i'll take that. i guess you guys talked. um you know, when did we clear out our lockers after the season? a lot. just give me g. george kittle says he sent a text to jimmy garoppolo but never heard back, but says that's not unusual. but george kittle often joked, garoppolo does his own thing, especially during the off season. and he's bad at returning messages. other players who are not training and santa clara this week, including nick bosa, trent williams and deebo samuel, the wide receiver was spotted in dallas, though catching the warriors mavericks playoff game and chatting with stuff he received jerseys from steph curry and draymond green. samuel in the 49ers are still in a stalemate on contract talks, but coach shanahan believes samuel will be a key contributor this season. have you talked to diva? mm hmm. remember from last time i'm going to stop telling
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you guys when i talked to guys and not talk to guys because i don't want to make that news sense, though, that things can get back. to normal with the relationship between him and the team and the team and him. of course i do. and i felt that last time i talked to you guys at draft time. i feel the same, if not stronger. teammates say they have been communicating with samuel and that he is working out and in good spirits . let's go, debo. alright time is 5 57 the giants. they're going to play the new york mets today at 12 45, and they're coming off one of their wildest game to the season, where they beat the mets, 13 to 12. and look at left fielder joc. peterson hit three home runs, including that one into mccovey cove. he's the first giants player to hit three homers at home in a game. barry bonds did it in 1994. he was high. the giants trailed the mets and the bottom of the ninth until peterson single the tie the game and then one of pam's favorite brand, brandon crawford. won the
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game with the single to left. well the oakland a's are in seattle is afternoon. they will play the mariners. the a's are coming off their own exciting when they beat the mariners 7252 homers. and they came from behind last night and that snaps a 13 game losing streak against the mariners. today's game started 1 10 this afternoon, the oakland roots professional soccer team now launching a women's team, the oakland soul will debut in the next u. s. l w league next year. we spoke with oakland roots executive director general abbas says the women's team. has been part of the plan since the men's team was established. the community and our fans are such a big part of who we are, and they've given us such life in this town. it's going to be really exciting to be able to bring that to a greater platform next year and really increase participation for girls. teams set to launch on june 23rd the 50th
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anniversary of title nine. as we continue to celebrate asian american pacific islander heritage month. we are taking a look at a peninsula nonprofit the group to lama for tongans looks to improve the health and well being of tongans and other pacific islanders. they're based in san mateo county, which has a large pacific islander community , the organization says. they've been helping people navigate the healthcare system during the pandemic. they've been trying to help get accurate information about covid to people so that they can stay safe from the virus. in texas. a community is in mourning after yesterday's elementary school shooting in you body texas, where two adults in 19 children were killed in this hour. we'll take you live to texas and get the latest on the investigation. when are we going to do something? i'm tired. i'm i'm so tired of getting up here and offering condolences to the devastated
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families that are out there. warriors head coach steve kerr visibly upset and angry after yet another deadly mass shooting , he says these moments of silence need to be replaced by action. and the warriors still had to play a game last night in dallas. we'll show you two things that happened in last night's game that you might never see again. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook wednesday morning. may 25th sure, dallas and mark cuban . we're not happy about the little, uh ha ceiling problem problem. it was pouring. yeah intense thunderstorms to get inside the arena, but that was an intense thunderstorm line that went through there the radar and it was we don't see anything like that. here. trust me fifties for a few santa rosa
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and also palo alto but sixties for moses is a pretty warm air mass and already has cells already mentioned and ad nauseam. it's light early. san jose sitting at 64 degrees and temperatures will warm up pretty rapidly. fog is trying to work its way up the coast. it's still i think, you know, maybe santa cruz capital, but i think a sea breeze will kick in for the coast later today. still hot inland, though again as temperatures will be anywhere from seventies eighties to again pushing mid upper nineties for a few. speaking of the man himself . i guess we have to go what bainbridge told plaza. the bridge itself. bridge itself has a stalled vehicle. steve someone's not having a very good wednesday. the car that they're driving is stalled just past the island. now i can tell they were running a traffic break on the bridge here. you can tell just by looking at the traffic is very slow on the span. if you just look there, you can kind of see, it's kind of it might be hard to see unless you're like steve and you have an 80 inch tv at home, but it's very slow on that bridge. let's talk about
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that toll plaza. the mineral and let's go on extra slow when this happens, and that means the backup at the toll plaza is going to get bigger. i do want to mention highway four is getting slow, and also there's a crash southbound 8 88 tennyson. it's on the shoulder, but it's slowing traffic in hayward. at 602. let's go right back to the headlines. thank you, sal. we do start with a new development in the investigation of the mass shooting at a texas elementary school, a lieutenant with the texas department of public safety, says the 19 students and two adults who were killed were all in the fourth grade classroom. ktvu s amanda quintana live in our newsroom with an update. good morning, amanda. good morning. yes we're learning more about the victims of that shooting yesterday. the death toll now raised to 21 photos are coming out showing the faces of those young children killed in the two teachers identified that public safety official now saying that all of these victims were in that same classroom at the time of the shooting, many parents waited late into the night to
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learn whether their children had survived. as authorities worked to identify those killed the 18 year old gunman who was killed by law enforcement is believed to have shot his grandmother before driving to rob elementary to carry out this attack. armed with multiple firearms. this is now the deadliest shooting at a school in nearly a decade since 26 people were shot and killed at sandy hook elementary that was in 2012. senator alex padilla recalled that day 10 years ago, picking up his young son from school. now many parents are feeling those same emotions with gun laws, not changing much since then. rushing to my oldest son's elementary school at the time, just to pick him up early. give him a hug. good to yogurt, right frozen yogurt just to know that he was okay. 10 years later, he's older. i got two other kids that are elementary school. they should not have to worry about this. we have parents shouldn't
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have to worry about their safety and my god, republican members of the senate wake up. democrats in the senate are calling for action. they have added gun control legislation to the calendar, but experts say getting anything through congress will be difficult. many republicans have expressed outrage over the shooting, but not support for new laws. senator ted cruz, calling it horrific, unspeakable crime. thanking the first responders and again there's a movement on social media, saying enough is enough, and thoughts and prayers are not enough. texas governor greg abbott is scheduled to visit the grieving community later today, and police are still searching for a motive. live in the newsroom. amanda quintana ktvu fox two news. thank you time 604, both president biden and vice president kamala harris spoke from the white house about the grief and the emotional toll this tragedy is having on the victim's families. and on the nation. there's a lot we don't know yet. there's a lot we do
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know. parents who will never see their child again. never have them jump in bed and cuddle with him. parents will never be the same. every time a product a tragedy like this happens, our hearts break. and our broken hearts are nothing compared to the broken hearts of those families. and how it keeps happening. the flags are going to be flown at half staff to under the 19 shooting victims and bay area leaders and law enforcement agencies are talking about the shootings as well. contra costa county sheriff david livingstone tweeted this statement quote on behalf of the contra costa sheriff's office, our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the baldy, texas school shooting victims, although there were no known threats in the contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction. i have ordered
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additional patrols around all of our schools that make sure you stay right here with us at ktvu is we track the latest developments from texas in just about 30 minutes from right now , here on morning zone two will bring you a live report from the scene of that school shooter. warriors head coach steve kerr voiced his frustrations about another mass shooting before last night's warriors game in dallas. in the last 10 days we've had elderly black people killed in a supermarket. in buffalo. we've had asian churchgoers killed. in southern california, and now we have. children murdered at school. i'm tired of the moments of silence enough. there's 50 senators. right now, who refused to vote on hr eight, which is a background check rule that the house passed a couple of years ago. it's been sitting there for two years. i want every person
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here, every person listening to this to think about your own child or grandchild or mother or father or sister brother. how would you feel if this happened to you today? we can't get numb to this. we can't sit here and just read about it and go. well, tell the moment of silence. yeah, go dubs. coach kerr has been outspoken in favor of gun control for years, and it's very personal. his father, a university professor in beirut, lebanon, was brutally assassinated back in the 19 eighties, mourn with their families and friends. in the entire community. this unspeakable tragedy. before last night's warriors game, both teams took time to honor the victims of that deadly school shooting in texas. a moment of silence was held, with all in attendance standing and reflecting on the horrible incident. time is 607. the warriors hope to bounce back from last night's loss to the dallas mavericks when they play
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tomorrow night at chase center. last night in dallas mavericks beat the warriors 1 19 109, spoiling the warriors hope of sweeping the series at the game's first half looked a lot like game two, with the warriors trailing by double digits. this time they couldn't rally back in the third quarter. the backup players made things interesting in the fourth water, but in the end the warriors lost now they come back home to try to wrap up the series. we want alert tonight. defensively we weren't sharp and i thought we let them kind of get into a groove. and once a team like that gets into a three point groove, it's tough to get them out of it. that confidence started early, and we didn't really do nothing to slow it down. and then that's where the avalanche starts. so it's a good lesson learned in terms of he said that you know you had to him because they made a lot of shots. we had a couple of breakdowns and our zone they gave him easy looks. they made us pay. did game five tomorrow
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night. six p.m. in san francisco . the warriors considered seven point favorites. pointing up there can really see the league can't see it. they're trying to see the leak. such a crazy part of last night, something you just really don't see a rain delay at a basketball game. but it happened last night. a huge storm steve mentioned moved through north texas. the roof started leaking before the start of the second half. after a 20 minute delay. they resumed play. coming in dallas had made coming into this. minutes later that happened a draymond green free throw got stuck. on the back of the rim. mm i don't know that that's ever happened. fans say they've never seen that happen before it was ruled a missed free throws. hundreds of fans
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packed into thrived city at chase center to watch last night's game. sweet sweet sweet brought my favorite item broom sweeping baby. keep the streets clean icu. they were hoping to see a sweep. but they'll be back tomorrow night confident the warriors will wrap up the series at home. now the tnt broadcasters will be there before and after the game, along with all those fans, hoping to celebrate another trip to the nba finals. it's just a great environment. you know, everyone's here is hardcore warriors fan. it's just a nice vibe over here. absolutely they're going to win on thursday when they come home. we know they're gonna handle business next game. i always thought it would be. you know, five games in this series anyway, so go warriors, he said. they're going to handle business. that's right now. those watch parties, by the way are free right outside. jason go inside the tickets. they started $320 each on the
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resale market. lot of excitement , a lot of gold and blue. let's check in with cell for a look at our commute. hopefully uh, no big problems out there. yeah it's not a big problem. the good thing is this crash have been talking about in hayward doesn't have any serious injuries. that's the good news. the bad news is that there's a bunch of cars involved off to the side, and now there's a backup here on 8 80. just after 2 38 as you get down to 92. so put that in your plans really hasn't grown that much in the last few minutes, so i'll let you know that you and traffic is moving along very well. once you get past tennyson road, i do want to mention that on the bay bridge, they had a stalled vehicle that they had to push out of the way. and they did that. but now traffic is just a little slower on the spend. it's improving, though they had to switch the metering light on a little bit slower at the toll plaza. and when you don't know a lot of people don't watch. they just kind of listen to our show. but if you see
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this, this these lines here if you see the slowing, you know that something is unusual, really? you're going to do that to me, cramer. alright. so these these cars that this should start getting better. pretty soon. 6 11. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, sal . a new study confirms the number of children in san francisco continues to drop. we're going to take a look at how it compares to other big cities across the country and training to get ready for the next big wildfire. you're going to step into the boots of san francisco. firefighters will see how they're staying ready.
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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cald colusa county is just 20% contained this morning started yesterday afternoon just outside the city of colusa, about 65 miles northeast of santa rosa. it's burning on both sides of the sacramento river. flames have been pushed by winds across 200 acres. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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time is 6 14. the hot weather is making several california fire teams worry about the early start of what we used to call fire season. andre senior here now and right now they're just two wildfires burning in california, but the firefighters are preparing for a lot more in the coming months. andre certainly are dave. the state knows at some point, there will be more fires burning than state or local agencies. can take care of individually and that is when california's office of emergency services will coordinate with cal fire as well as county and city agencies to send crews to work together. mutual aid training has already started so far, teams can work well together and react quickly as well. the san francisco fire department was one of the first in the state this season to start this training. we depend on local fire personnel to staff , state engines, and in that partnership, we're able to take those engines and move them throughout the state. or the region when we have mutual aid
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requests san francisco fire crews ran through several drills at mclaren park yesterday because of the high temperatures and windy conditions they practice with outlining any flames. most of the drills focus on how best to use fire hoses in different conditions. that included having crews haul hoses from one point and connecting it to another hose out in the field that's useful when a fire is burning away from water sources . another was what's called a pump and roll operations and water truck with hoses attached. keeps a rolling while fire crews direct the hose nozzles at specific targets. local fire officials want people to know even one san francisco fire fighters are deployed to help out of town. they're still protected. we're fully staffed in the city, so it doesn't deplete our staffing were able to staff every piece of apparatus fully. right now. there are san francisco fire teams finding the two big wildfires in mexico. last year, they battled for wild land fires and shasta, siskiyou and plumbers counties as well as 20
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separate fires in oregon. in montana as well. the state owns and operates more than 270 fire engines and support vehicles that it sends to help when county or city agencies do not have enough equipment, and this year they're expecting high demand for both tools and talent during the hot summers and be out now back to you, pam. alright thank you. andre time 6 17 was starting one week from today. new water waster. penalties will be in forest in the santa clara county valley water district. fines up to $10,000 or possible after several warnings are made. the water board declared the water emergency almost a year ago. they wanted water use reductions of 15% the board members say. since then, customers have been averaging. what are youse cutbacks of only three personnel? well as it gets hot here in the bay area. volunteers in the south bay are handing out drinking water at homeless camps. pastor scott wagers and teams from chan ministry began their outreach at roosevelt park. the volunteers point out,
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the hot weather can be deadly for people who are on housed and kills more people than cold weather. the people out here with the preconditions they have with covid all the all the things that they're fighting, they get dehydrated, quickly and easily, and then that can become heatstroke and then death and we've seen i think one day volunteers say they will continue to help the homeless all week. our time is a 18 will happening today. the head of the food and drug administration will testify before a house committee about the baby formula shortage, according to prepared testimony. fda commissioner robert calif. will tell lawmakers about what led to the shutdown of an abbott laboratories plant in michigan. it's at the heart of the nationwide baby formula shortage . also today, another overseas shipment of baby formula is due to arrive here in the us and scammers are taking full advantage of people desperate to get baby formula, while major online stores are out of stock of the formula. other websites
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are popping up, claiming to have plenty of supplies. the website itself allows you to add anywhere between one case of something all the way to 1000. and if you put your credit card on file and you have the money available to place that order your money will be drafted from your account, and the problem is, they will never be able to fulfill that order. the better business bureau says it's seen 4 to 5 new baby formula scams in the past week, they advise check out the company's reputation on its website before you buy any formulon. the census francisco e largest city in america with the lowest percentage of families with children now, the chronicle analyzed data from the 2020 census, only 13% of people living in san francisco are 18 or younger. that's down nearly half of a percent from 2010. seacliff is actually the neighborhood with the highest percentage of children followed by the bay view the presidio and
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visitation valley. the lowest percentages include lincoln park, mclaren park. and nob hill. i mean, personally. i think a lot of people want a little more more space when they have kids. that was that was me. i decided. maybe i'd like a yard year. okay alright. time is 6 20. we're going to get you to where you need to go. sal is watching our morning commute. pm remember, we've known each other for a very long time. time we both live in the city at one point and we would scoff at those suburban types and i know we are here we are out in the burbs, but we go to the city often. yes, okay, that somehow that adds credibility. so thank you. good morning. you're going to the city right now. i can help you. let's. it is backed ul the way out to the maze. now, one of the reasons why you say, boy, this looks a little more crowded, and that's because it was a stalled vehicle on the bridge. they did get that out of
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the way rather quickly, but it did kind of delay things. so if you can add another 10 minutes this morning, i think you'll be in much better shape if you want to stay on your schedule highway for also slow this morning, pittsburgh and bay 100.6 80 still looks pretty good from martinez to walnut creek and 24 is in good shape from walnut creek to orinda and oakland. that crash in hayward that we've been talking about has been pulled to the side. there's a little slowing, but i'm actually kind of happy to see how it's cleared up in that area. san mateo bridge looks good. and on the peninsula. we don't have any major issues. we'll talk about that software community still pretty light there, but things are going to start to change anyway soon. at 6 21. let's bring steve back in. all right, sal. thank you, sir. well we'll get to our weather here in just a second. the reason why the roof was leaking last night during the warriors mavs game. if a cell of this ill came through here, we'd have some problems, too. now this is right now. watch last night. watch how the cells get their act together and now starting to sweep in
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look at that line of thunderstorms. kaboom that's why it's right there. pamela right there. all right. that was very intense. now. i'm sure they're dealing with it today, but that was, you know, well, they had rained. what? we have record highs. oh, my gosh. what a twist. can't feel 97 guillory 97 livermore downtown one oh, to the airport was only 98. but they all broke or tied records going back to 1982 warm to hot, higher fire. danger cooler weather is on the way a little bit for the coast today for all tomorrow the fog is trying to work its way up the coast. we're keeping an eye on. it's very, very dense shallow would not make any impact. except for those along the coast of my seeing some on the cemetery coast. hold on a second. i think i just did. hold on. hold on. am i seeing some show up there right there. okay maybe there's a little bit forming here so it will be cooler over by the coast. water temps are really, really cold bodega bay, bowie again briefly dropped to 46 degrees, which is a rare event. but that has happened now a couple of times in the last five
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days. the air loft, though, is really warm 76. it's phenomenal amount in bin laden, my mountain at your inversion. that's your cap. they all have a north or northeast component. so anything coming up the coast via fog is right down on the deck. mild morning clear skies hot and a little cooler by the coast. i do think the city of seabreeze usually around 1, 30, or two is the old rule of thumb here, but it's 64 now 50 sixties on attempts to brentwood 75 to the north fifties sixties, but database 49 get below 67. hillsborough is also 67, although mill valley has dropped to 53 petaluma 55. after today, the pattern is changing. we will get windy and cooler the sierra on the weekend. we'll see some showers. thundershowers possible snow. at 7000 ft or higher, 60 seventies eighties nineties. today, tomorrow, big drop on those temps will come down a good 15 20 degrees pan. thank you, steve. many parents will have a hard conversation with their children this morning before sending them to school. we look into what's being done
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oakley. 24 year old alexis gabe was last seen in january at the home of a former boyfriend. her abandoned car was found in antioch the following day. the city of oakley has increased its contribution to the reward fund to $50,000 the total now $100,000 for information that helps locate her. house speaker nancy pelosi is pushing back on the decision by the arch by archbishop to deny her communion within the archdiocese of san francisco speaker pelosi says she respects that people have opposing views, but they should not be imposed on others, the longtime san francisco democrats says she comes from a large family with many members who oppose abortion. archbishop salvatore corleone said he would refuse her communion. due to her pro abortion rights stance as a catholic. our coverage of the mass shooting at a texas elementary school continues in just a few minutes. we're going to take you to have all the texas
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i jt anything like that to happen here. flags at half staff across the country mourning the deaths of at least 19 children in the school shooting in texas coming up, we'll bring you a live report from you, baldy, texas to tell you what's next for parents , the police and that community. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto alright. we'll have all your business news coming up ringing the bell this morning. we'll see what happens on wall street were also going to see what happens in our weather forecast. thank you for joining us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. i was outside on this wednesday. may 25th it's warm right now already said it was it was pretty warm for us right now for us, although there are some signs maybe a little cooler weather will return to the coast here. the fog is near santa cruz. hold on monterey pg
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it's not there yet, but it's close so that might impact areas on the coast. it's pretty warm, though. 50 sixties on the temps here, 59 santa rosa 64 san jose, so fog is trying trying to work his way up the coast here, but even the webcam from carmel and pg still shows clear, but it's out there, but so for some, it will be a little cooler by the coast inland. it won't matter. it'll still be pretty hot. nineties for many, one more day tomorrow we'll go all cool off. all right. it may impact you. it may not, but i'm hearing we have a big bar delay where it's a major one. it is delay and i'm just reading this right off the bart website here. carter and street oakland city center in the anti out berryessa, richmond, sfo in millbury directions. this is due to an equipment problem on the track. we will continue to follow the bard advisory. some people, of course, will just jump in the car. the bay bridge is a little more crowded than usual because of an earlier stall that's been cleared. highway four is very slow. now it's filled in from
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pittsburgh to antioch and 8 80 years a little so because of an earlier crash as you drive to hayward southbank commute doesn't look all that bad. san mateo bridge looks good southbank commute has a little bit of slowing. on one on one that's about all 6 31. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. sal information is coming in about the school shooting in texas. all those killed or in 1/4 grade classroom 19 children . two teachers were killed at rob elementary. witnesses say the gunman crashed his truck outside of the school, then went inside and started shooting. later there was a gun battle between him and law enforcement . a border patrol agent reportedly shot and killed him. the shooter was 18 year old. you've already resident salvador ramos. he shot and wounded his grandmother before going to the school. taxes lawmakers as ramos when he turned 18 years old, immediately bought two guns. authorities have search warrants now for potential evidence, including the gunman's phone
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records. investigators are also reaching out to his relatives and checking his social media posts. meta has taken down what's believed to be his instagram account. authorities say. he hinted about going on a rampage and showed off the two guns he was going to use in the attack. investigators say he had a rifle backpack and wore body armor when he entered the school and started shooting. rob elementary has about 600 students in 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades. they're not seen all the cop cars, ambulances. cause i live, you know, like, not very far from here. and then i got concerned, but i never could get close to the school. so then later on one of my daughters calling me that my granddaughter went to this school. so that's when i got concerned. you know that. i haven't left since now one of the adult victims was fourth grade teacher eva morales . her aunt shared these photos with us at ktvu. morales had been with the district for 17
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years. the other teacher killed had been with the district for 23 years. time is 6 33 will parents students in school communities all over the nation of responding to the tragedy at that texas elementary school it has led to renewed conversations about security, gun control. and how do you talk to kids about what happened? ktvu sally rasmus here and now with that part of the story. good morning, ali. good morning, david parents in contra costa county and other parts of the bay area may notice some extra police presence outside their schools when they drop off their kids this morning. that's one of the approaches some local law enforcement agencies are taking. we are outside alamo elementary , where you can see the flags here at half staff in contra costa county. the sheriff here tweeted last night that although there are no known threats and contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction, i have ordered additional patrols around all our schools. san francisco unified school district also sent out a similar memo to families explaining quote in an abundance of caution
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, the san francisco police department will have an increased police presence around schools from now. until the end of the school year, which is next week. the disturbing and frustrating reality of yet another school shooting is prompting discussions all over the country about security and gun control. i'm tired of it. it's another mass shooting. like why is this still happening? the last thing you want to do is send your child to school and not have them come home. and that's something we have to worry about in this country constantly. psychiatrists are also weighing in on how parents should talk to their kids about the tragedy and the violence of another mass shooting in this case, one that targeted kids in elementary school. the family is key loved ones of keep talking with your children about this explained to them that this happened very far away that you are protecting them. that your school is safe. and again just
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to clarify there are no specific threats around any bay area schools this morning, but some law enforcement agencies are stepping up patrols around schools in light of what happened yesterday and school district school administrators and school communities across the country really are reminding parents of the resources available for them and their children if they need help discussing this tragedy. live in alamo alley. rasmus ktvu fox two news. thank you. ali state leaders are reacting to yesterday's shooting, many calling for immediate action. governor newsom's office released this statement reading, in part quote. common sense gun safety laws work in california. we have cut our gun death rate in half since the 19 eighties. we won't solve this overnight, but let's stop pretending that these mass shootings are inevitable horror we have to experience on a regular basis. house speaker nancy pelosi also used this moment to reflect on the lives lost, saying in part quote across the nation, americans are filled with
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righteous fury in the wake of multiple incomprehensible mass shootings in the span of just days. this is a crisis of existential proportions for our children and for every american in california senator alex padilla was emotional as he reflected on his reaction to the sandy hook school shooting nearly 10 years ago. i remember dropping everything on my plate that day and rushing to my oldest son's elementary school at the time just to pick him up early. give him a hug. go to yogurt, frozen yogurt just to know that he was okay. 10 years later, he's older. i got two other kids that are elementary school. they should not have to worry about this. we have parents shouldn't have to worry about their safety. senator padilla calling on the senate to pass common sense gun laws, including universal background checks. authorities are still trying to determine a motive for
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that mass shooting at the texas elementary school reporter madeline rivera. joining us live from your body texas you have the latest information and madeline, what do you seeing what's happening there now? absolutely so. what we're talking to the members of this community, and they're obviously in a state of shock. what they tell me is that everything that happened yesterday was so surreal. they are obviously aware of mass shootings. have heard of mass shootings have seen mass shootings but never would have imagined what would happen in their own backyard. this is a close knit community. it's a small community and so something like this really hits home for them. ask for the latest in the investigation. we know the details. police tell us that the alleged gunman was 18 year old salvador ramos. they shared some details about what took place before the shooting happened. they say the suspect had an altercation with his grandmother shot the grandmother , who was then airlifted and then department of the
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department of public safety spokesman says the suspect, then made his way to the school was seen coming out of his car. wearing some sort of body armor and carrying what appeared to be a long rifle. the governor here governor greg abbott says that the suspect was believed to have had a handgun as well. and that's something that investigators are obviously going into going to look into. gps says the suspect, then made his way to school got engaged with a school officer, but unfortunately that school officer was unable to stop the suspect. and so they say, the suspect meters away into the school and that's what we're learning new details this morning. the spokesman for dps, telling us that the suspect barricaded himself in 1/4 grade classroom and started shooting the kids. end of the teacher. it's unclear if all of the victims were from that one classroom. we have seen reports that that is the case. we are looking to confirm that information, but we did learn that the suspect barricaded himself in that fourth grade classroom and started shooting the kids and the teacher madeline learning from dps a
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little more details a little bit more color about the shootings. yes let me break in. i just want to you're talking. i know to the small community. sure any word. if this if the suspect the gunmen went to that school or has any connection to that school and if he targeted that classroom in particular, or is it just the closest classroom to where he entered the school? those details are not known right now, so police are going to look into that, but they did say they gave some details about the suspect himself, and they said that he had no girlfriends. he went to a local high school. unclear if he went to this elementary school behind me, rob elementary school and that he had no criminal history and that he was unemployed. they have not given a motive for the shooting, and that is something that they want to find out. they want to know what caused this 18 year old gunman allegedly to carry out this shooting. so those are the details. we don't know yet, but we're looking to confirm.
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alright. so many questions. uh, so much fear there in concern in that community. madeline rivera . thank you for joining us there from your body, texas. with that update will continue to bring you the very latest updates as soon as we get more information from texas throughout mornings on to and you can also head to ktvu .com, any time of day. for additional information as well. pan time at 6 41 on this wednesday morning and steve paulson's here he has your forecast. i do. indeed yesterday we had another record setting day. it's like almost every month. we're setting some kind of records. yesterday was that day, probably the only one this month, but that still counts. kent field, gilroy, 97 livermore . now that was downtown one or to the airport is 98 all these go back to 1982, but going all the way back to november every month. we've had record eyes warm to hot, high fire danger again. it'll be this way now going into the probably all the way into fall. little cooler over by the coast. still hot ellen one more day the fog is
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moving up the coast. it looks like it's close to monterrey. not there yet, but it's close. if it takes the turn and heads into santa cruz capitola. mhm they'll drop 20 degrees. if it takes the turn the water temps are no doubt about it cold enough. 47 50 degrees 51 monterrey interview, but we so it's ready to go. it's just the air aloft is really warm and there's still a slight north northeast breeze. so we need to break this down first. that'll happen tomorrow as we start to usher in some cooler, midweek heat inland, hot again. inland little cooler over by the coast. do you think of sea breeze will begin to kick in. there was no fog to be found at all yesterday. so it's a little bit of a different pattern today, but still we're sitting in the fifties and sixties seventies on the temps. i mean, last altos hills is 68 warm degrees 64 in belmont, stanford , 56 atherton in there, but still pretty mild to warm here for most of this time of year here, it won't take long to warm up one more day. and then the changes are on the way. it starts tomorrow and then on the
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weekend. if you're going to the mountains, there's going to be some showers, thundershowers and maybe possibility some snow above 7000 ft. on monday for tahoe, truckee, we will be windy and cooler by then. today, those 60 seventies eighties still ninety's inland. tomorrow temperatures will drop a good 15 maybe 20 degrees. let's see. thank you. time is 6 43. there are concerns of san francisco restaurants. we need a long time to recover from the pandemic will tell you how some community members plan to speed up that timeline. first let's check in with gasia mikaelian in our newsroom with what else is coming up here on morning, santiago. good morning. good morning, and we will stay focused on our big story this morning that deadly mass shooting at a texas school. in the wake of those events. lawmakers here in california are already taking action. the law that just passed the state senate in an attempt to take action against gun violence. in another part of northern california, banning new vacation rentals by part of the north bay is cracking down on people putting properties up on airbnb and other rental platforms. stay
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because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now. sexs of 2022. we'll walk across the stage at san jose state university. i see you. the school is holding the first four of its 12 commencement ceremonies for this year about 7500 graduates and their families will be at the s. j s u events center over the next three days, school says while neither vaccinations nor covid test will be required. they will require face masks in that venue . graduates will be able to briefly take them off as they walk across the stage. the
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university of california is joining what's called the sea change. that's a program designed to help colleges improve their records on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in science, technology , engineering, math and medicine. three u. c campuses davis, santa cruz and irvine were part of the original plan. now it's expanding to the other seven campuses to become the first university system to participate in the program encourages schools to recruit train and retain individuals who represent different abilities, races, gender preferences and other identities. shares of some major cruise lines are trying to bounce back after following more than 10% yesterday. analysts blamed the drop on the uncertainties of the cruise line industry. norwegian is canceling all trips in asia from october to next april. because of continued covid concerns in the areas, including hong kong, china, thailand and japan. norwegian says it will focus on trips in europe instead walmart's drone delivery service
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is working so well. it is expanding the network, the world's largest retailer, has been using drones to deliver orders of items, including hamburger helper batteries and diapers to customers and parts of arkansas, north carolina. now it's going to add drone service for shoppers from 37 stores in utah, arizona, texas, florida and virginia. customers can order items that weigh a total of no more than £10. there's a $4 service charge so far. no schedule for when drone service may be available here in california time is 6 48, the boeing starliner preparing to come back to earth today? the unmanned spacecraft docked last friday night at the international space station. it will undock from the spaceship station just before noon today. and then head for home. it's due to land at white sands, new mexico about four hours later. the starliner is the first u. s capsule designed to carry a crew it's designed to land on the ground instead of in the ocean.
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a safe landing would be a big step before nasa considers placing a crew on board the starlight. well it looks as though ticket sales for alcatraz are breaking out of their slump, hornblower tells the san francisco business times daily sales so far this month are now ahead of their average from 2019 about 3700 tickets a day the average was 1900 last year, hornblower says it's also seeing a lot of corporate bookings as companies look to rebuild their culture as workers return to the office time is 6 29 restaurants in san francisco still struggling and a lot of them don't expect to fully recover anytime soon. san francisco's chief economist at the office of the comptroller, says and told the chronicle he believes it will take more than a year for san francisco restaurants to get back to pre pandemic levels. and that's mainly because san francisco restaurants depend heavily on international travelers and downtown office employees and both of those groups have not come back in big
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numbers. some business owners in san francisco want to entice and lower more people to come to the downtown area by hosting special events, according to the chronicle. several ideas were talked about that and online meeting of business leaders, and one idea would be to choose one friday each month when local businesses would host events that start at the end of the workday. mayor london breed is included city funding to host events downtown in her proposed budget. alright 6 50 the time back to south, checking on traffic this morning has the commute doing okay? i'm looking at the east bay, but i'm also looking at the bart situation. bart is recovering from an earlier problem. according to bart, it had an equipment problem. there is a 20 minute delay right now between 12 street, oakland city center and macarthur in all directions because of an earlier issue that has been resolved. let's go right to the pictures here. i'll
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show you the easter freeway is going to be a little bit crowded , but it's not all that slow here when you get to the top plaza, though. there is definitely a slowdown. we had the usual slowdown on highway four and 2 42 6 80 still looks relatively clear from martinez to want to greek and 24 to oakland. 8 80 recovering from some earlier issues. i just checked out the south bay and if there's not much going on there yet, this isn't the time for that. slow down just yet. 6 51. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. all right, sal , a little bit of fog trying to work its way up the coast. it will still be hot inland yesterday that was probably the hottest day matt hanlon society. it was 90 in la honda yesterday. it was so hot that i switched to celsius from fahrenheit, so would feel cooler. celsius 90 is 32.2. i get it, man. matthew. i will be in the front row in your stand up is on this friday hot tuesday. i'll say there were many locations that were hot, hot, hot fairfield, travis. one, of course, one oh, one santa
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rosa airport county airport, 100. conquered 98 mental part. 96 sandra fell 95 allowed 93 santa cruz 81. the city 78 oakland was 86. there were many nineties all over the place warm to hot. still high fire danger, but cooler weather is on the way for the coast today. and then for all tomorrow, fog is trying to get up the coast. it looks like it's made it to about monterrey. based on everything i've seen so far is right. you can see it just now and if it takes the turn if it does this instead, if it goes like this, then all bets are off. but if it does, this santa cruz area will drop good. 15 20 degrees. we've seen this a few times. temperatures though, are running warmer than yesterday. as you might imagine, by a good forward to 10 degrees with sfo outfront by 10 9 for hayward, palo alto san carlos, so if it feels warmer to you, it is i do think today inland won't be any relief tomorrow. yes, but it will be a little cool over by the coast sixties seventies eighties would not be surprised to get some upper nineties again. it's tough to break this down, but we will tomorrow. fifties sixties and
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seventies on attempts. i mean, as you saw were running very warm here fifties for many are low sixties even some mid sixties for a few little cooler santa cruz mountains, also around santa cruz proper. but the highest getting ready to get knocked out of here by a series of systems that will start tomorrow, bringing the fog and sea breeze back. and if you have travel plans to the mountains, there will be showers, thundershowers and possible snow. maybe down to 7000 ft. i know it happens every memorial week. i know, but this will be on sunday and the monday 67 up in tahoe sixties seventies eighties nineties and attempts we started cooler pattern tomorrow will carry us into a windy weekend. okay see you. thank you. thomas 6 53. we're still following the latest from the texas school shooting were 19 children were killed. the calls for changes. parents are searching for answers. and the debate over who will run a bmx track in the south bay you'll hear from riders who are frustrated at the santa clara city council
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for controller, yvonne yiu. as an executive at top financial firms, yiu managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, yiu saved taxpayes over $55 millio. finding waste. saving money. yiu is for you. 56.o lives in ohio could get up to 30 years in prison on suspicion of planning to assassinate former president george w. bush. the justice department says he's linked to isis. investigators say he wanted revenge for iraqis who were killed during operation iraqi freedom. he's accused of receiving thousands of dollars
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for a plan to smuggle iraqi nationals into the u. s to kill former president bush and then smuggled them out across the mexican border. it shows that people would not only try to assassinate my uncle, former president united states but also seek to conduct a spectacular attack. now he's been charged with an immigration crime and aiding and abetting a murder plot. the fbi found out about the plot through confidential informants. tomorrow marks exactly one year since that mass shooting at the wta light rail yard in san jose. like to ask everyone to take a moment of silence, please. got the san jose city council held this moment of silence honoring the nine innocent lives that were lost. the city council is proclaiming tomorrow a day of remembrance badly transportation authority earlier this month demolished the building where
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the attack occurred, so survivors won't have to relive the nightmare every day they go to work. on behalf of our brothers who we lost that day. two nour and remember them is. we're very thankful and appreciative of that. there are no words that can offer that will be able to express the profound loss. that we experienced last year. mta says 10 employees were lost that day rail yard worker who saw the shooting died by suicide on his first day back at work transportation authority will hold private ceremonies tomorrow for employees and for the families of the victims. that event will be live stream so the public can share in that service. will the santa clara's city council wasn't able to reach a decision on the fate of the bmx track operated for almost 25 years, but the police
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activities league, also known as powell, it's been named the top track in the nation several times, but because powell doesn't have a sanctioning agreement with the usa bmx track cannot be used for raises, and that means riders have to go to other tracks to race and qualify for upper level competitions. city council hasn't said when it might make a decision on whether bmx will be allowed to take over management of the track. it's just breaking my heart breaking my heart. i just didn't ever expect anything like that to happen here? families desperate for answers after 19 students are killed in a mass shooting at a school in texas what we're learning about the victims and the attacker, plus we have. children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? warriors head coach steve kerr getting emotional, joining the voices nationwide
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calling for action and real change the demand to do more than send thoughts and prayers. also when it comes to whether we have a few more hours of high fire danger today how firefighters are getting ready for more stretches of dry hot weather in the bay. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. we're glad you're with us, gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's a wednesday. it's may 25th always good to see you guys. it's good to be here, sort of with friends and family, especially difficult day like today, it's been a difficult one. steve paulson teary also talking about how hot it's going to be around the bay for some think there'll be a little cooler weather over by the coast. you guys, but not much right now. fifties and sixties. here there's no breeze . yet fog is knocking on the door down towards monterey and carmel. but it's not coming in yet. 50 sixties on it stamps. we will have another hot pattern inland. you can see some of that fog. there may be around

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