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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 pg it
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might be there if it moves into santa cruz and the north. temps will drop. if not, it will take another day. but i think the coast will get a little bit of a sea breeze later today. inland it will take until tomorrow's seventies eighties nineties. still bart salaries that better is recovering after that earlier delay, steve, and there are some residual delays at this point, i would just say get to the station a few minutes early. and it should be okay for you. let's go out and take a look at the richmond bridge. you can see the traffic here is crowded, but it's not unusual. and the same thing goes with the bay bridge. you will see some slowing. when we come back in just a few minutes, we're going to take a look at some of those east bay in south bay commutes that are beginning to heat up. now it's 701. let's get right back to the headlines. thank you. there are new developments coming from the investigation into that texas elementary school shooting. the gunman was quote shooting anyone in his way. ktvu mendicant on in our newsroom. we just found out earlier today. the 19th students and two teachers killed were all in the same fourth grade classroom. yes that's right.
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garcia we did just learned that new information. we're also 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. and the two teachers now identified a texas public safety officials now saying all of these victims were in the same fourth grade classroom. at the time of the shooting, 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 elementary to carry out the attack, armed with multiple firearms. now, this is the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade since 26 people were shot and killed at sandy hook elementary in 2012 and gun laws have not changed much. since then. democrats in the senate, including senator chris murphy of connecticut, where sandy hook
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is 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 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'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. police are still searching for a motive. live in the newsroom. amanda kintanar ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you here in california. our state leaders are reacting to that shooting, many calling for immediate
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action. the governor's office released a statement that read in part common sense gun safety laws work in california we have cut our gun death rate and have 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. california senator alex padilla became emotional as he talked about the shooting and reflected on his reaction as a parent 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 pd wants the u. s senate to pass
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what he calls common sense gun laws, including universal background checks. 704 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. pathetic. i've had enough. coach steve kerr has been outspoken in favor of gun control for years, and it's very personal, his
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father university professor in beirut, lebanon, was brutally assassinated back in the 19 eighties, just hours after that shooting at the school in texas. the california state senate approved a plan to give individuals the power to sue people who sell illegal firearms . this proposal follows the structure of a texas law that bans abortions. it allows individuals to sue anyone, including medical providers who help woman obtain an abortion. if approved, the gun law here would let people in california file a civil suit for distributing illegal assault weapons parts that can be used to build those guns and guns without serial numbers. they would be awarded at least $10,000 in damages as well as the covering of all attorney's fees are time now. 706 well, starting one week from today, new water waster penalties are going to be in forest in the santa clara valley water district. fines up to $10,000 or possible after there are several warnings, the water board declared the water emergency almost a year ago. they wanted
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water use reductions of 15. board members say. since then, customers have been averaging water cutbacks of only 3% california is a big step closer to imposing mandatory water restrictions. the state water resources board voted unanimously. to tell california water suppliers to prepare to have less water available. the board is concerned after california water customers apparently ignored the governor's request for 15% voluntary water reduction. the board is warning water allocations could be cut by as much as 20% in the near future. time is 707 of red flag fire dangerous still in effect for part of the north bay until 11 o'clock this morning. early season of grasses and the light brushes. we look at the fuel moistures and the energy released components, and we over the past few weeks have seen a pretty big increase in the danger and the threat in those grassy kind of low level areas and that is resulted in what we've seen over the past few days. jonathan cox of cal fire
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says the big concern the dry brush beyond that they're worried about what the rest of this fire season will look like , since we're seeing such dry conditions so early in the year and the current weather conditions have many california fire teams concerned about the early start of what we would traditionally call fire season or andre senior in studio now and andre, there are just two major wildfires burning in our state, but crews are preparing for much more than that in the coming months. they certainly are garcia. the state knows at some point there will be more fires burning than state or local agencies can take care of individually. and that's 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. the san francisco fire department was one of the first in the state this season to start that training. we depend on local fire personnel to staff, state engines, and in that partnership , we're able to take those
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engines and move them throughout the state. or the region when we have mutual aid requests san francisco fire crews ran through several drills at mclaren park yesterday because of the high temperatures, though, and windy conditions they practice without lining any flames. most of the drills focus on how best to use fire hoses in different conditions and then 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 what another was what's called the pump and roll operation. water truck with the hoses are attached to it. keep rolling, while fire crews director hose nozzles that specific areas. local fire officials want people to know even when san francisco firefighters are deployed to help out of town, they are still protected the state owned we're fully staffed in the city, so it doesn't deplete our staffing were able to staff every piece of apparatus fully. state owns and operates more than 270 fire
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engines and support vehicles that it sends to help when county and city agencies don't have enough equipment, and this year they're expecting high demand for both tools and talent during the hot summer months. and we are back to you. thank you. time is now 7. 10 sal is back. you've been busy this morning watching our commute. that's right. we do see some slowing, although a lot of it is routine, which i like. for example, on the richmond bridge. you may want to see what that's looking like here doesn't look too slow. there's a little bit of slowing, but it is one of those things where it's very typical, and you won't be surprised by it. same with the bay bridge about a 10 minute delay getting into san francisco highway four and 6 80 are beginning to get a little bit more crowded. and as we look at 8 80 between hayward and fremont that community isn't too slow, considering we had some earlier issues on that stretch that have been cleared out. i do want to mention the san mateo bridge looks pretty slow here. just getting on it. it does get
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better by the time you get closer to foster city. and southbound 85 right here, they guadalupe parkway. right, as you roll up on that there's a crash there. watch for some slow traffic. but if you're getting on 85 north of that, let's say you're getting on north of 17. it looks decent into cupertino and sunnyvale. and there's a live picture of 2 80 in san jose, right near race street. san jose commuter is not all that slow as you drive up to cupertino. 7 11. let's get back to the desk. thank you. we're learning new information about what happened. when san francisco police fired their weapons as they responded to an alleged assault last week what the medical examiner's report now reveals about two deaths and you can put the brooms away. no sweet this time, but the warriors will tell you what they have to do to put the dallas
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newy shooting in san francisco that involved the police officer last week, according to the chronicle . the san francisco medical examiner's office has determined both men who died last thursday were shot to death by an officer. san francisco police responded to reports of a man with a knife was 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 shootings two years
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ago today, george floyd was killed by minneapolis police officers and that sparked national protests over police use of force. 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 warrants by linking them to federal funding. francisco supervisors have introduced several new measures that could increase the amount of housing available in san francisco. they include allowing affordable housing projects to bypass some environmental and other reviews , approving a plan to apply rent control to new housing projects built under guidelines that allow for more dense housing. and turning the office of housing and community development into a separate agency, which would have its own oversight committee and that could help speed up housing project. voters could decide the fate of these proposals in the upcoming november election. for the time being. marin county will not issue any more short
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term vacation rental permits for west marin supervisors unanimously approved the temporary ban to protect the housing supply. the ordinance takes effect immediately will last at least 45 days. county supervisors will have the option to extend it for up to two years while they work on comprehensive regulations for vacation rentals , such as airbnb about 10% of the housing stock in west marin is registered as short term vacation rentals. time is 7 16. the golden state warriors looking forward to tomorrow night. that's when they'll play the dallas mavericks at chase center, hoping to move on to the nba finals last night in dallas mavericks beat the warriors 1 19 109, spoiling the warriors hope a sweeping the series. the game's first half looked a lot like game two, with the warriors trailing by double digits, and this time they really could not rally back in the third quarter. the backup players made things interesting in the floor, but in the end, the warriors lost and now they come back home to try to wrap up the series. we want
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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 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. that may did now. game five. tomorrow night. six p.m. in san francisco warriors are considered seven point favorite. hundreds of fans who were outside thrive city it chase center to watch the game eventually went home a little disappointed. sweet sweet sweet brought my favorite item brew sweeping baby. keep the streets clean. it goes back to the kitchen cabinet. clark fans hoping for a sweep, but they say
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they are confident the warriors will wrap up the series tomorrow night at home. 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 hane games thought it would be. youty outsr , as you know, is free tickets to the game, though, started , right, it's coming back. time is now. 7 18. sal is back looking at traffic a sound were you send charles barkley away? disappointed. what do you think? i'd like to send them away. disappointed you realize, though , that he is just doing that to get a reaction. of course, he's actually very nice. bit of once very nice guy, but he that's an act. good morning, everyone.
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let's go out and take a look at the commute. now you'll see the bay bridge. it is backed up all the way out to the maze and part of the reason was we had installed vehicle. they got it out of the way quickly, but it really hasn't recovered. this is crunch time at the bay bridge. i'll show you crunch time on highway four and 6 80. it has been slow in that area as well. and it continues to be slow on 8 80 between let's say 2, 38 and union city. no problems on the same mateo bridge, but it is slow as well. and the south bay 85 is that you 85 is going to be slow from one. oh, one all the way up to 17 just a couple of breaks that action, but most of it is slow. 7 19. let's bring steve back in and talk about today's weather. thank you, sir. well we have anotr day on tap for those inland coast. looks like they'll cool down a little bit. fog is trying to make its move. down towards monterey, but yesterday was all about some very hot temps and really still conditions. there was no breeze whatsoever. and so the comedy continues here with kenna out there says well, so hot in bethel island yesterday,
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and i saw a bird pull of warm out of the ground with an oven myth. there you go. kenna your 30 seconds of fame right there. right there. i saw robin dip warm and nestea. so there you go . that's that's an old carson joke, man. alright hot temperatures yesterday fairfield one oh, one just like the freeway, santa ros airports. pagani airport, 100 degrees conquered. 98 menlo park 96 center fell. 95 93 santa cruz 81 in the city was 78 oakland was 86. warm to hot high fire. danger of course, will be saying that now for about the next 4 to 6 months, probably a little cooler by the coast. still hot inland fog is trying working its way up the coast. it's called a subtly surge. very shallow, very dense, but there it is. let me zoom in on that. all right? it looks if navid does this and it looks like it's about to santa cruz will drop 20 degrees that you saw. there were 81 yesterday. there'll be 61 today. if it continues its marching, so i do think a sea breeze will even kick in for the city later
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today, usually around 1 32. if everything goes according to plan, but we are running noticeably warmer than 24. hours ago. no sea breeze at half moon bay. there are 11 along with sfo degrees warmer than yesterday at this time, so it's a warm air mass over us right now, so it will be another hot day inland. mild warm morning, clear skies hot and a little cooler there over by the coast, and i do think that fog will continue to work its way up the coast here unless it runs into some kind of resistance. but right now it's sixties. on the temps or seventies, it won't take long to warm up. but santa cruz, all eyes and focus will be on the santa cruz coastline of that fog makes it their temps will plunge, but inland temps in santa clara valley will still be warm to hot one more day than that high gets knocked out of here. there'll be a series of systems coming in and unseasonably strong one end of the month into early june. may give some high elevation snow to the mountains of sierra sunday monday. if you're heading up there, there's going to be a big change. the high today in town will be 82 on the weekend will be in the fifties sixties seventies eighties nineties today, tomorrow big drop on those temps. good 10 15, maybe
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even 20 degrees for some wow. all right. save time at 7 21 scammers going after parents desperate to get their hands on baby formula to tell you about the new warnings to keep you safe and new accusations against a long time u c. berkeley swim coach what dozens of former swimmers say about the code.
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committee about the baby formula shortage. fda commissioner robert callup will tell lawmakers about what led to a shutdown of an abbott laboratories plant in michigan. it's right 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 taking advantage of people who are desperate to get baby formula, while some major online outlets are out of stock for baby formula. other websites are popping up, claiming to have plenty of supply. 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 and just the past week better business bureau encourages people to check the company's reputation on its website before
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buying any formula online. the head coach of the women's swim team at uc berkeley is facing accusations of bullying team members. the orange county register reports more than two dozen swimmers, former swimmers and parents made the accusations against coach teri mckeever. the allegations of verbal, emotional , homophobic and racially charged abuses reportedly so extreme to swimmers considered suicide. mckeever has been a coach at cal for 30 years, has coached the u. s olympic women's swim team several times. she has not commented on the allegations . the university also declined to comment. it would not say if an investigation is underway. 7 26 now tomorrow will mark one year since the mass shooting at the vt. a light rail yard in san jose how the victims are being remembered and the major changes at the scene of the shooting also the community of you baldy, texas, reeling after yesterday's mass shooting at an elementary school we'll bring you a live report from texas to find out what people there are saying
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this morning.
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texas with the latest from that tragedy. i'm tired of it. it's another mass shooting. like why is this still happening? schools and parents all over the country, trying to figure out what to do after this latest tragedy and how to keep children safe. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's wednesday, may 25th let's talk about the changing weather. steve paulson. i think a lot of us are relieved that things are changing a little today compared to inland . it's not changing, but yes, for some, that is true. we're tracking this fog so coast will cool down the bay will get a little bit of a breeze later on. inland it'll be tomorrow, but there are some changes here, and that's the fog making a surge here now, if you know if it takes a beeline right towards santa cruz capital, they were 81 yesterday they could drop down to 61 today. if it continues its march northward along the san mateo goes and everyone else
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probably get into the breeze later. it's very, very dense fog very shallow. it's being suppressed by strong high pressure so inland it'll be hot again. with nineties little cooler coast, some fog to the south. so we'll still go with seventies eighties and nineties , but i wouldn't be surprised if the city picks up a breeze here in the early afternoon. all right over to sound around 7 30. we've had a couple of hiccups. they got better. what about now? we're beginning to get to the stage where things are becoming routine. we have a routine slowdown at the bay bridge. bart is now back. running within normal time frame, and things are settling down. now it's 7 31 . and that means there's a backup at the bay bridge, which is not unusual, and you will see some slow traffic, of course on highway four and 6 80. you expecting all this on 80 as well and on 8 80, so we'll keep watching when we come back in just a few minutes. we'll check with that south bay commute, which is getting a lot more crowded, 7 31, let's go back to the headlines south. thank you. people nationwide are dealing with grief, shock and anger after yet another mass shooting
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this time at a school in texas. the shooting at rob elementary in the small texas town of vivaldi, about an hour and a half west of san antonio, left 19 children and two adults dead. we have team coverage of the deputy shooting this morning. we're going to start with reporter madeline rivera and yuval d. texas madeline once again. good morning. what is the new information we're finding out this morning? those victims. well the biggest details that police have confirmed for us this morning is that the shooting took place in one classroom 1/4 grade classroom. police say the suspect barricaded himself in that classroom and that local police yesterday tried to break inside. but we're shot at and they were unsuccessful and that it was actually a member of the border patrol team, a member of the border patrol tactical unit that was able to breach their classroom and took down the suspect. that is the biggest detail that we're hearing that the shooting took place
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entirely. in 1/4 grade classroom, you guys. you're there in front of the school. i mean, many of us have never even heard of you validate before yesterday's shooting. it's a small town. 15,000 residents there. what are you seeing? as you make your way around town? i imagine each one of these lives lost. ripples through the community. yes it's a very small community. as you mentioned. it's got a population of about 16,000 people. so it's very small and people here know each other. some of these people know that some of the victims that were inside that school. and so it really hits home for them. they tell me that they are in a state of shock. that is all this is all very surreal for them. they're still trying to process what to place inside that elementary school, and so they are dealing with feelings of grief. the school year was supposed to end on may 26. now the families of those victims are not preparing for graduations. they're preparing for funerals. madeline rivera.
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live from your body. texas. thank you for the latest update. we appreciate your report. parents students in school communities across the country are responding to that shooting in texas with renewed discussions about security and gun control. many parents are struggling with their own emotions as they know they now have to talk with their children about what happened. ktvu erasmus live now to bring us this part of our coverage alley. good morning, gaussian. we're outside alamo elementary school where you can see behind me, and the flags are at half staff this morning because of the tragedy 24 hours ago, the principle here told me off camera that the emotions are raw, and it's a difficult time. in a difficult morning for parents to be dropping off their kids also difficult to keep in mind for teachers because this is a reality that many teachers have to face and have to worry about just doing their day to day jobs . now this district center mon valley unified and many others sent parents and families and email last night with some guidance on how to talk to their children about what happened,
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and you've aldi, texas. in the counseling services available on campuses if kids and families need some extra help today, understanding the tragedy and feeling safe, the disturbing and frustrating reality of yet another school shooting is prompting discussions across the country about security. and gun control as well as discussions about how to process this kind of unthinkable tragedy. that seems to be a disconnect in some ways between parents and their children. um. they seem just kids nowadays don't seem to have the same family support system. i don't know why anybody needs to have high powered. um. rifles of that sort 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. parents dropping off their kids at school this morning may notice extra police
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and security in certain parts of the bay area, contra costa county sheriff david livingstone said in a tweet last night, although there are no known threats in contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction. i've ordered additional patrols around all of our schools. the central and unified school district, says that they are doing the same thing that some of the resource officers plan on having an increased visible presence just for peace of mind as the district described it. even in san francisco, they sent out a memo to families to let them know that san francisco police are going to have extra patrols around schools between now and the end of the school year, which is next week for that district live in alamo alley. rasmus ktvu fox two news . thank you time 7 36 tomorrow marks exactly one year since that mass shooting at the b to light rail yard in san jose. like to ask everyone to take a moment of silence, please. now the san jose city council held this moment of silence honoring the mind innocent lives that
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were lost city councils proclaiming tomorrow a day of remembrance, the valley transportation authority earlier this month demolished the building where the attack occurred, so survivors won't have to relive that 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. another bta says 10 employees died that day rail yard worker who saw the shooting died by suicide his first day back at work, the valley transportation authority will hold private ceremonies tomorrow for the employees and for the victims, families. it will be live stream so the public can share in that service. that's all right. let's see if we can get you out the
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door at 7 37. we've had some earlier problem solved. where do we stand now? well i promised everyone to look at the silicon valley because those commutes, gas you and dave are getting busier and we're going to start with look at all the traffic in the east of the valley heading over west, which is typical 85 got off to a bad start. it's pretty slow from 101 to 17 101 and 2 80 are pretty slow. in fact, i can show you to 80, and there goes the train. that's perfectly timed here. i didn't do that on purpose. but there goes caltrain in a good way to get around. down below. you can see all the freeway traffic kind of coming to a halt here. and it's unusual that caltrain would stop their guess there might be some crowding at the to me in station but is kevin moves his picture? you can see how slow it is. it's pretty slow around there, and there's 2 80. and there's a guadalupe parkway. so we do have a lot of slowing this morning up to the bay bridge. we go, and that's a more normal but still a 10 to 15 minute delay before you make it onto the bridge. 7 38. let's talk about
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today's weather you, sir. well it's already pretty warm here. fog is trying to show up. it's down towards monterey. i'll show you that in a second, but it's going to be another hot day inland. probably bayside cooler, though it does look like we'll arrive for the coast. i think a sea breeze will kick in for some later, but or running really warm here this morning. just me out in beautiful clayton. there. 69 degrees this morning to finish up the morning swim lots of bugs. out flying around early this morning. so we have a hatch here. i also do laps. i noticed something people are showing up now. they weren't there in february. we're worrying what is 50 degrees with the northwest wind. 30 miles an hour. you weren't at the pool, then. there there now, and it's 90 degrees. i understand that, so it'll still be hot out and clayton, speaking of was out there last wednesday. john out, it adds pleasure to see you. i was nice to catch up with john their heads. sixties and seventies on the temps here, pittsburgh 72 clayton now 70 70 in alameda. that's warm for this time of the morning this time of the year. i mean, sometimes they don't see highs that war. as you get into
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may and june, so that's really unusual. look how much warmer we are compared to 24 hours ago. 59 11 degrees across the board here in so there's no cooling yet. record highs yesterday. can't feel my shattering. they're popping if you were 97 gallery, 97 livermore downtown 102t was t all going back to 1982 warm to hot still high fire danger. that's a given now for a while. little cooler by the coast. some of that fog is trying to work as we have the coast, it is. questions will continue to move northward or put on the air brakes. and there it is. i mean, it's there on the monterey peninsula was, if it looks like it's heading right to santa cruz, which was 81 yesterday. if it does make it and it sticks there'll be about 61 today. water temperatures are still really cold forties fifties bodega bay bowie did make it briefly to 46 again this morning . that is a very rare occurrence, but it's happened twice in the last five days. hot again inland, little cooler coast, but it will be hot for many bayside inland. maybe a late breeze might save some, but it will take until tomorrow for
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most 60 seventies on the temps, the high says, i'm here for another day. then it gets blown out of here and as it does, a series of systems will move in. the one to watch will be for the weekend sunday monday up in the mountains could be snow down around 7000 ft, along with thunderstorms up until now and truckee sixties seventies eighties nineties on attempts tomorrow, though, we will start the cooling process, you guys steve. thank you 7 41 days a warning about burnout in the workforce this morning. some of america's top doctors say they're so concerned right now. let's check in with andre seniors. he was coming up in the eight o'clock hour of morning, don, too. good morning, andre. good morning to you, a new program in northern california that's looking to get more affordable housing on the market . now they're doing it with the help from people accused of growing illegal marijuana. and when you join us on the line, we used to think wildfire season was just a few months out of the year. but now it's year round, at least for us here in california. we're talking live with cal fire about what you can
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johl struggling in the san francisco , chief economist at the office of the comptroller tells the chronicle. it'll likely take more than a year for them to get back to pre pandemic levels.
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that's largely because san francisco restaurants depend heavily on international travelers and downtown office workers, and those groups have not yet returned in large numbers. some business owners in the city want the downtown area to host special events to entice more people to come out and shop, eat and play there. the chronicle reports. a group of business leaders discussed options in an online meeting yesterday. they discuss choosing one friday, a month when local businesses would host events that start at the end of the workday. maryland and breed has included city funding to host events downtown in her proposed budget. i like that idea. alright time is 7 45. google is being asked to join the battle over abortion rights. also another big retailer, had a disappointing forecast for the year ahead. pam cook is back in studio with this in dollars and cents a tough week week and a half or so for the retailers. dick's sporting goods this morning reports strong sales for the recent quarter but has lowered its projections for the year because of inflation. it's cutting into earnings, walmart target and kohl's have all
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issued similar outlooks for the year ahead. coal stock gained about 12% though as that opening bell rang this morning after reports that bidders are still competing to buy kohl's and by the way ringing that bell, the mlp as in major league pickleball. kicking off pickleball season. taking a live look at the numbers pretty good. so far today, investors feeling optimistic about the fed's minutes that will be released this morning. a little later on early afternoon, actually, from the last fed policy meeting up across the board, the dow jones gaining about a half of a percent the s and p 500 up three quarters of a percent, the nasdaq gaining one full percent to 11,000. 3 86. some democrats in congress are asking google to stop collecting location data over concerns that it could be used to identify people seeking abortions. now it's a reaction to the supreme court's anticipated reversal. of roe v. wade in a letter sent to google ceo democrats in the house and
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senate, say location, data or search histories could be used against people seeking an abortion. the u. s. surgeon general is issuing a healthcare worker advisory warning about the possibility of burnout. surgeon general vivek murthy says the nation's healthcare workers are at greater risk for anxiety and depression and may leave their jobs because of it, one report says in 2019 54% of nurses and physicians and 60% of medical students and rested residents. suffered from burnout , dr murthy warns there is a potential for severe shortages of medical workers in the years ahead if the situation is not addressed, and despite the recent volatility of the cryptocurrency market, more companies are starting to allow crypto and other types of digital money as payments for goods and services. new york city's most soho hotel says it's launching a non fungible token reservation system, guests will be able to use crypto to book
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stays at the hotel with a special rate and they will also get an n f t piece of artwork. we have a complimentary breakfast and welcome amenity that will be offering them as well. people are using it more than you or me. maybe think overseas fashion brand philip plane is accepting cryptocurrency payments at its london flagship store, and just a few days ago, balenciaga also announced it will start accepting bitcoin and ethereum as well, cos say it is a way for them to target new customers. but critics say the volatility of crypto makes it risky for consumers cook that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you time 7 48 happening today. the graduating class of 2022 at san jose state university will walk across the stage. it's the first four of their 12 commencement ceremonies this year about 7500 graduates and their families will be at the universities have been center
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over the next three days. in while vaccinations or covid tests won't be required. you do have to wear a face mask in the venue. the graduates can briefly take them off as they walk across the stage. 7 49. let's see what our morning commute is doing. south castigated. where do we need to start? yeah let's go to the east bay. garcia i'm just looking here at the richmond bridge just to check in just because, you know, sometimes we get some pretty tough commutes here today. it's a lot more. ordinary which is to say they're slowing, but it's nothing that is not there. almost every day. when you look at the bay bridge, it's the same thing. there's some slow traffic. we've recovered from a couple of minor earlier issues. how we four has slowing in 60 80 is pretty much sold out from conquered the wanna quick and a little bit of slowing in pleasant hill. 8 80 is also pretty slow. as i kind of go through these maps. you can see that right now. it's pretty congested. what we don't have those and as i now we're looking at silicon valley we don't have
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is anything that i consider that unusual. this is always the case you have people trying to get from east to west from areas like this part of san jose over the cupertino and sunnyvale, and that commute continues. 7 49. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you kindly, sir. well, a little bit of fog is down towards monterey bay. it's not going to help. most were running warmer by 5 to 11 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. probably elites, little sea breeze will kick in for the coast inland will still be hot tomorrow will cool it down the loser in the sixties and seventies sfo 67 that's plus 11 compared to yesterday. this time, san jose's plus nine. livermore's plus nine. livermore is already 70. i mean, 60 seventies. i mean, this is really warm. there's no relief. yet. fog is working its way up the coast. it's towards monterey bay. might make it into santa cruz. but it's very, very shallow, very dense, so it really won't help seabreeze should kick in later this afternoon for the coast, but inland it will still be another hot day. but by tomorrow we start to knock it down series
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assistance systems moving to the north. and then unseasonably strong deep when we're moving late sunday, monday and yes, that's possibility of showers, thundershowers and snow above 7000 ft. i would think on monday for tahoe and truckee. just keep that in mind today is going to be about 82 on saturday will be about 52 on the high temps sixties seventies eighties nineties to near 100 today was starting to cool down tomorrow big time we'll carry that into the weekend, which looks to be windy and cooler day. okay steve will be one but still following the very latest from texas in that deadly school shooting will tell you about the calls for changes. parents search for answers. in california now reports its first investigation into a suspected case of monkeypox up next. the reason half leaders say there's no reason to panic.
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may have been found. the sacramento county division of public health is investigating a suspected case the person had recently come back from a trip to europe. health officials say they're waiting for lab results now, but say the symptoms and preliminary tests indicate a confirmation of the monkey pox virus is likely. we are awaiting confirmation testing from the centers for disease control. the individual is in isolation is not hospitalized and is doing well. now the sacramento health
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department is working with the cdc to identify and evaluate people who may have had close contact with this reportedly infected person. the health department says there's a low risk to the general public. ucsf infectious disease expert dr peter jin hong says it may not be long before the first cases detected right 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 virus. it's really a rat virus. and it just accidentally gets into the human network. now according to the world health organization there are about 200 confirmed cases across a dozen countries. the cdc is investigating about a half dozen presumptive cases here in the u. s including in florida, new york and in utah. so far, those infected have been men who recently traveled overseas. will the santa clara
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city council wasn't able to reach a decision on the future and the fate of the bmx track has been operated. we're almost 25 years by the police activities league, also known as powell. it's been named the top track in the country several times 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 to qualify for upper level competitions. parents say. that's a hardship for them. they also went to 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. the track has been closed after powell discovered volunteers were not following
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the standard accounting practices. powell says it will reopen the track for practices next tuesday, but racist still cannot be held. their 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. will the 49ers are off today, but they'll be holding another offseason workout tomorrow, and we had a chance to see the 49ers for the first time since last season and a lot of focuses on the quarterback trey lance, he's presumed to be the new starting quarterback. he was working on his passing game during the drills there and told reporters he is fully recovered now from a finger injury. made it hard last season just firmly gripped the football. when your finger doesn't straighten all the way. it's hard to finish off that finger. totally if that makes sense, but, yeah, we don't need to talk about anymore. i feel like i'm in a great spot now. jimmy garoppolo. he was among several of the veterans who are
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not at this week's voluntary offseason training can. head coach kyle shanahan says jimmy will likely be traded, but it's not a guarantee. he's still recovering from a shoulder surgery is expected to begin throwing in late june or early july. got me an iphone and then never call 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 sent a text to garoppolo but never heard back from him. but he also said that's not unusual. he often jokes that jimmy garoppolo does his own thing, especially during the off season. he's just not good at returning messages and some of the other players who are not training this week in santa clara include nick bosa, trent williams and devo. samuel. deveau was in dallas whiting. the warriors played the mavericks in the playoffs. steph
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curry and draymond green even gave him jerseys samuel in the 49ers is still in a stalemate over contract talks. but 49ers head coach kyle shanahan thinks will be a key contributor this season. have you talked to dema? 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 felt that last time i talked to you guys at draft time feel the same, if not stronger. and some of the 49ers teammates say they have been communicating with deebo samuel and say he's working out and he's in good spirits. just breaking my heart is breaking my heart. i just didn't ever expect anything like that to happen here? for families still desperate for answers. now after 19 students are killed at that school shooting in texas what we're
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learning about the victims and the alleged shooter plus now we have. children murdered at school. when are we going to do something? voices from across the country calling for action and change the demands to do something more than thoughts and prayers. and we still have a few more hours of high fire danger today how firefighters are getting prepared for more stretches of dry and hot weather. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on two it is eight o'clock. welcome to mornings onto. i'm andre. senior morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it is wednesday. may 25th and we are done. some of us are done with sweating it out like we did yesterday. let's talk about who's getting that relief, steve. only the coast because inland is not. it's still going to be hot for one more day. then we'll start to see sweeping changes will go from one extreme to the other. by the time we get to the weekend, livermore is already 72 degrees. san jose 68 saint rosa 67, the city 64 palo
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alto at 66. there's no breeze. the fog is making a move. i mean , it's on its way to santa cruz. it's very shallow. very dense, but it does look like some cooler weather for the coast today, but it is just still right now. there's not a breeze here at least locally. another hot one inland again. nineties their little cooler coast fog south. we'll see. even moves up to san mateo coast. i think a sea breeze will kick in for the city later, but not before seventies eighties. tomorrow the inland areas will cool down. but today it will be hot. all right over to sal 801 something new. something old where you want to go. well we're looking at highway four. things are improving a little bit. steve. we're going to start there in the east bay, where a lot of the traffic still is. and here's a live look at highway four coming up and over the willow past grade. you can see it's moving. it's crowded. but it's moving, so this commute is on the way to kind of filtering out. and if you have more time to wait, that would be good. the issuer freeway and the richmond bridge are crowded, getting out towards the bay bridge toll plaza or towards the richmond toll plaza. and as i mentioned the bay bridge, i will let you know that
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there is a crowd. they're still waiting to get on the span 81, let's go back to the headlines. and straight back to our developing story that mass shooting at an elementary school in the small texas town of you, valley west of san antonio, the fbi 80 f in texas rangers are among those investigating what happened. and why. at rob elementary school. the shooting left 19 students and two teachers dead are amanda quintana in the newsroom now and we'll start with an update on the investigation. amanda yes, well, we're learning more about the victims of that shooting yesterday. the death tell now raised to 21. we're also seeing photos spreading on sociall meda showing the faces of those young children killed. and the two teachers identified. the texas public safety official is now saying that all of these victims were in the same fourth grade classroom. at the time of the shooting. many parents waited late into the night to learn whether their children had survived as authorities worked to identify those killed. the 18 year old gunman who was killed
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by law enforcement is believed to have shot his grandmother before driving to rob elementary to carry out the attack, armed with multiple firearms. now this is the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade since 26 people were shot and killed at sandy hook elementary 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 sense. 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 in elementary school. they should not have to worry about this. we have parents shouldn't have to worry about their safety and my god, republican members of the senate wake up. democrats in the senate
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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 called it horrific, unspeakable crime thanking first responders now again. works in a movement on social media seen 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 kane tonight ktvu. fox two news. thank you. both president biden , vice president harris spoke from the white house about the profound grief and emotional toll this tragedy is having on victimsfamilies. 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
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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. flags have in order to be flown at half staff to honor the 19 children and two teachers who were killed. very leaders and law enforcement agencies issuing responses about the shooting. contra costa county sheriff david livingston tweeted this statement that says quote on behalf of the contra costa sheriff's office, our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the uvalde, texas school shooting victims, although there are no known threats in contra costa sheriff's office jurisdiction i have ordered additional patrols around all of our schools. warriors head coach steve kerr said he didn't want to talk about basketball before last night's game in dallas. instead, he used his platform to speak out against more of the same from lawmakers following the mass shooting in texas. in the
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last 10 days we've had elderly black people killed in a supermarket. in buffalo. we've had asian churchgoers killed. feeling 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 isthat the house passed ae years ago. it's been sitting there for two years. i want every person h 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 a leading voice for gun control for years now,
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and it's a personal issue for him. his father was assassinated in 1984 when he was a university professor in beirut, lebanon, just hours after the shooting. the california state senate approved a plan to give individuals the power to sue people who sell illegal firearms . that proposal follows the structure of a texas law. that bans abortions and it allows individuals to sue anyone, including medical providers who helps a woman obtain an abortion . now, if approved, the gun law here would let people in california file a civil suit for distributing illegal assault weapons. parts that can be used to build those guns and guns without serial numbers. they would be awarded at least $10,000 in damages as well as cover all the attorney fees. startingnforced in the santa cla valley water district. fines of up to $10,000 or possible after there were several warnings. the water board declared water emergency almost a year ago and wanted water restrictions reduced by 15. board members
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say. since then, customers have been averaging cutbacks of only 3% california is a big step closer to imposing mandatory water restrictions. the state water resources board voted unanimously to tell california water suppliers to prepare to have less water available. the board is concerned after california water customers have apparently ignored the governor's call for 15% voluntary water reductions. the board is warning water allocations could be cut by as much as 20% in the near future. it also voted to bad businesses and public institutions from using water that could be used for drinking on ornamental grass . the bend does not apply to school fields parks, irrigation needed to keep home landscaping and trees alive. the current weather conditions have many california fire teams concerned about the early start of what we used to call fire season. they're just two wildfires burning in california, but crews are prepping now for many more in the coming months. the san francisco fire department got a special fire training from the state department of emergency services to be ready for fire season. local fire officials
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tected. we're fully staffed in the city, so it doesn't deplete our staffing were able to staff every piece of apparatus fully. the state owns and operates more than 275 engines and support vehicles that it sends to help when county or city agencies don't have enough equipment, and this year they're expecting high demand for both tools and talent during the hot summer months and beyond. nine. let's get you out the door, maybe with the going in the car, sal, what do you say? i would say so. casa and andre right now we do have some solar traffic at the toll plaza, which is typical if you are driving into san francisco, and it's caught, you know, some people left the house. it's already in the seventies. for some people, this is a look at the pittsburgh and conquer commute. it's a little bit slow and you can see things are slow in the east bay. what i like about this commute is it looks
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very ordinary and typical. we don't have a lot of things that you might not expect in the south but commute. it's beginning to get a little bit better being the flow a little bit better. here's to 80 in san jose. it does look pretty good eight or nine. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. we are learning new information on what happened when san francisco police fired their weapons while responding to an alleged assault with the medical examiner's report now reveals about two deaths. plus put the brooms away . there was no sweeping this time around for the warriors, what they'll have to do to put the mavs tibet. for controller, yvonne yiu.
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polo the chronicle, the san francisco medical examiner's office has determined both men who died last thursday were shot to death by officers. san francisco police responded to reports of a man with a knife who was 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. two years ago today, george floyd was killed by minneapolis police officers, sparking national protests over police use of
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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 warrants. by linking them to federal funding. francisco supervisors have introduced several new measures that could increase the amount of housing available in the city. they include allowing affordable housing projects to bypass and environmental and other reviews. approving a plan to apply rent control to new housing and projects built under guidelines that allow for denser housing and turning the office of housing and community development into a separate agency, which would have its own oversight committee and that could help speed up housing project as well. voters could decide the fate of these proposals in the november election. for the time being, marin county will not issue any more short term vacation rental permits for west marin supervisors unanimously approved the temporary ban to protect the housing supply there. this ordinance takes effect
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immediately will last at least 45 days. county supervisors will have the option to extend it for up to two years while they work on comprehensive regulations for vacation rentals, such as homes listed on airbnb about 10% of the housing there in west warren is registered as short term vacation rentals. or the golden state warriors are looking to tomorrow night when they play the dallas mavericks at chase center, hoping to move on to the nba finals last night in dallas , the warriors beat the mavericks beat the warriors won 19 to 1 oh, nine, spoiling the warriors hopes of sweeping the series. the game's first half looked a lot like game two, with the warriors trailing by double digits and this time they couldn't rally back in the third quarter. the backup players made things interesting in the fourth, but in the end, the warriors lost and now come back home to trying 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
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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 he said the hat 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. game five is tomorrow night. six p.m. in san francisco . the warriors are considered seven point favorites. hundreds of fans watched last night's warriors game outside chase center, hoping for a different outcome. sweet sweet. i brought my favorite item brew sweeping baby. keep the streets clean. fans, hoping to see a sweep say they're not confident the warriors will wrap up the series tomorrow night at home. the tnt broadcasters will be there before and after the game, and if the warriors win, they'll be headed to the nba finals again. 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
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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. the watch party outside chase center is free. of course, tickets to the games start at $320 on the resale market. that's nothing. i'll take you all, says andre. senior what what now seven point favorite home court advantage. hopefully they'll wrap it up tomorrow night sal castaneda. that would be nice. yeah yeah, you know, so, um, we're all looking forward to that. good morning. if you are just about to get out the door, i would say we have a very typical wednesday commute going. we do have some slowing out there. on interstate 80 getting down to the mcarthur maze and then transitioning over to the bay bridge, but we're already beginning to see signs of things letting up highway four and 6 80 are still pretty slow if you have some time to wait. some of the crowd may get through in the next half hour or so there have been no major issues on 8 80, but the san mateo bridge let me check it out here. it is pretty slow now. it
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is moving better than we saw it last time. so give a shout plenty of time and that silicon valley commuters now beginning to get a little better. i'll tell you how we know that just you know, a couple of spots. it was all solid red. now this is clear. everyone's kind of moving this way. and if you have some time to wait, i think that you'll be rewarded by having a much clearer commute and better gas mileage. 8 18. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. look at you dropping all that knowledge, sal. very well done. thank you, sir. yes, sir. all right. we'll get to it here. no relief yet unless you're down towards santa cruz where the fog if it's not there yet, you can probably see it coming. we are running noticeably warmer than 24 hours ago. i mean 13 degrees warmer at mountain view. santo double digit san jose nevado, petaluma , sfo half moon bay five, although i do think a sea breeze will kick in a little later and we'll show you why house yesterday were hot, hot, hot and fairfield 101 sonoma county airport, 100 conquered 98 menlo park 96 centerfold 95 93. santa
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cruz 81 probably lonely mid sixties today, though, for santa cruz and the city had 78 degrees officially, although there were some eighties not far away from the official station in little cooler over by the coast. it will still be hot inland, but the classic and whether suddenly surges coming up and it is roaring and there it is. you can see i'll zoom in on this, all right? look how close it is. you can probably see it. i see the fog. well it's there unfortunately, is very shallow. if you're looking for cooler weather, it won't happen until probably tomorrow for a majority . water temps are amazingly cold bodega bay bowie briefly touched 46 degrees again this morning. don't see that very often. it's happened twice. now. in the last five days, i see a north wind in the city, a west southwest and northeast and north and then east southeast. so no seabreeze yet in the city, i think it will happen later today. usually around 1 32 o'clock is when it kicks into this kind of a pattern if the fog's made it to santa cruz. mild morning fog south hot inland, a little cooler over by the coast, but
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inland will still be in the nineties. i mean, there's a possibility of a sea breeze kicking and you can see that fog now starting to move once it gets on the san mateo coast, then coolers on the way so seventies already on temps. we are really warm here. to start off this wednesday morning. so in one more hot day, then we'll start a cooling trend. and i mean a big time cooling trend with a really strong system digging in on the weekend, which looks like it's going to not only drizzle for us and wind. but i think some mountain showers maybe some snow down around 7000 ft on sunday, monday for tao and trucking sixties seventies eighties nineties to near 100 today, tomorrow will drop a good 15 20 degrees. and continue that theme right into a windy and cooler weekend. you guys thank you so much. steve scammers will take advantage of just about any situation next. they're going after parents desperate to get their hands on baby formula and we are so excited to tell you that zip trips are coming back. this means mornings on two is hitting the road next week will be up in petaluma broadcasting live for the nine and this is where we
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mine a house committee to discuss the current baby formula shortage, according to prepared testimony . fda commissioner robert click
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caleb rather will tell lawmakers about events that led to a shutdown of an abbott laboratories plant in michigan. this is at the center of that nationwide baby formula shortage . also today, another overseas shipment of baby formula is scheduled to arrive. here in the us scammers are now taking advantage of people who are desperate to get baby formula, while some major online stores are out of stock. other websites are popping up, claiming to have plenty of baby formula for sale. 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 45 new baby form the scams in just the past week. bbb encourages people to check a company's reputation on its website before buying any formula online. 8 24 a new analysis of census figures, shows of all the big cities in america. san francisco has the
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smallest percentage of families with children. the chronicle analyzed data from the 2020 census and found only 13% of people living in san francisco are 18 or younger. that's down nearly half a percent from 2010. the exclusive seacliff neighborhood in the northwest corner of the city has the highest percentage of families with children. next comes the bayview district, the presidio and visitation valley. neighborhoods with the lowest percent of the children include lincoln park, mclaren park and not hill. of course, the high cost of living and raising children in san francisco has long kept many families out of the city. all the sports stocks been about basketball, but we do have some baseball to tell you about the giants play the new york mets at 12 45. today the giants are coming off their wildest game of the season. they beat the mets last night 13 to 12. left fielder joc pender seuin hit three home runs, including one into mccovey cove . henderson is the first giants player to hit three homers in a game since barry bonds way back
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in 1994. the giant still trail the mix in the bottom of the ninth until peterson singled to the type single to tie the game and brandon crawford wanted with a base hit to the left. these are in seattle this afternoon against the mariners, the athletics are coming off their own exciting victory. they beat the mariner 7 to 5. he's hit two homers and came from behind last night. the wind snaps their 13 game losing streak to the mariners first pitch by the way at 1 10 this afternoon mark oner since the mass shooting at the wta a light rail yard instead. josehe major changes at the scene of the shooting. and many parents will certainly have a hard conversation with their children this morning before sending them to school. we look at what's being done here locally to try and help parents and students feel safe after yesterday'
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thag another mass shooting this time at a school in texas. the investigation into what happened when 19 children and two teachers were killed in their classroom plus i'm tired of it. it's another mass shooting. like why is this still happening? schools and parents across the country responding to that shooting, having difficult conversations with children, the changes some are making to help keep students safe. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto so glad you're here.
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welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian andre scenery. it is wednesday, may 25th and it is still hot outside, although not as hot as yesterday, depending on where you are. here is steve paulson. now with a look at your forecast for across the bears will be to forecast today one for the coast and one inland. it will still be hot inland, but fog is flying off the coast. now it's made it to santa cruz. the wind has turned south along much of the san mateo coast. san francisco bowie watch. i mean, it is. i think it's turbocharged. it is roaring , so drop to 20 degrees for some won't make an impact, maybe for a while for a few, but there's also west wind. at mount tamil pius. so another hot one inland, although it does look cooler coast and maybe baby if we can get that sea breeze to kick in, but we are running warmer. it'll take a while to cool it down inland. tomorrow will be the day but seventies eighties nineties but on the coast, i think it's more sixties. in fact, santa cruz may drop 20 degrees today compared to yesterday. all right over to salads. 8 30 in the morning. he's here to tell us the traffic is improving, and that's all we can hope for.
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right, steve improvement. we do have some slow traffic, though in the east bay that's still there. i think the late crowd is getting on 8 80. i've just kind of noticed that all of a sudden we have a little bit of more slow traffic. it is beginning to dissipate and the speeds are not quite as they were like. i don't know if i were to put my little speed wand here. 36 miles an hour. i can live with that earlier. it was more like 15 or 20. so things are getting better at the bay bridge. we're seeing a little improvement here at the toll plaza. but it is still quite a delay. 10 minutes before you make it onto the bridge, 8 31. let's go back to the desk, sal. thank you. people nationwide are dealing with grief, shock and anger after yet another mass shooting this time at a school in texas. the shooting at rob elementary in the small texas town of vivaldi, about an hour and a half west of san antonio, left 19 children and two adults dead yesterday we have team coverage of the deadly shooting this morning. let's start with amanda gitana in the newsroom this morning with the renewed push for tougher gun
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control laws as well as new details about the victims, amanda yes, well, that's right. we are learning more about the students and teachers in that shooting yesterday, the death toll now raised to 21 photos are coming out showing the faces of those young children killed and the two teachers identified. a texas public safety officials now saying all of these victims were in the same fourth grade classroom at the time of the shooting. this teacher seen here has worked in the district for 17 years. relatives of the students say that the children's ages range from 8 to 10 years old. some of the students had also celebrating making honor roll that day. 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 elementary to carry out the attack. armed with multiple firearms. this is the deadliest school shooting in
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nearly a decade since 26 people were shot and killed. at sandy hook elementary in 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 jo biden's also making an emotional plea for gun control 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 elset that day. many republicans have expressed outrage over the shooting but not support for new laws. again there's a movement on social media, saying enough is enough, and thoughts and prayers are not enough. texas
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governor greg abbott is scheduled to visit the grieving community later today. police are still searching for a motive . live in the newsroom. amanda kintanar ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you parents, students and school communities across the country are responding to the shooting in texas with renewed discussions about security and gun control. so many parents last night this morning have been struggling with their own emotions as they talk with their children about what happened and then send them off to school again. bringing ktvu alley rasmus with that part of our coverage by ali. garcia we talked to many parents this morning. he said. they didn't even know how to bring up the subject, and a lot of them were reluctant to because this is an elementary school and kids are young. and so there's this question about whether how young is too young. to let children know about this unthinkable tragedy or how to protect themselves from it. right now. we're at alamo elementary school in alamo and you see, it's quiet out here. the school day has already begun. and right now you can see that there is a flag flags here are at half staff
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this morning, but we did talk to some parents this morning about some of the emotions they were going through. also this morning , we did see a contra costa county sheriff's deputy. that was out here end up providing a presence and a lot of parents. we talked to said they felt very reassured about that. and we're glad to see that officer here, in fact, across the county and the county sheriff says in contra costa county that even though there are no specific threats they are still going to have extra police patrols out at school sites just to give people and parents that sort of peace of mind. but we talked to parents about the range of emotions they're experiencing this morning. here's what they have to say. it's unfathomable that in our nation, we continue to have this. i think it's i mean, it's on the legislators to do this. we can raise awareness. we can scream at the top of our lungs, but they continue to sit around and do nothing. how sad is the world? america i'm just happy that i mean, we're in a good community, i guess. hopefully but you just never
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know what and where is going to happen. so really a mixture of anger, frustration and resignation, and not a lot of optimism that much is going to change even after this unthinkable tragedy now this school district central valley unified, many others sent parents and families emails last night with guidance on how to talk to their kids. about this subject and extra counseling services that would be available if parents and students needed not just for the parents and students, but keep in mind. this is also an anxious time and mourning for educators and staff. who come to schools and the day after something like this and are thinking in the back of their mind that this could happen anywhere live in alamo alley. rasmus ktvu fox two news thank you. and tomorrow marks exactly one year since the mass shooting at the vita railyard light rail yard in san jose. like to ask everyone to take a moment of silence, please. san jose city council
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had a moment of silence to honor the nine innocent lives lost. the council is proclaiming tomorrow a day of remembrance. earlier this month, the valley transportation authority demolish the building where the attack happened, so survivors will not have to relive the nightmare each day. they have to 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. to says that last 10 employees that day a really hard 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 streams of the public and share in the service. now many vt employees belong to the amalgamated transit union. we just received
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a statement from the union about the texas shooting. it says, quote the knows all too well about gun violence after losing our local to 65 san jose, california members to a mass shooting at a railyard a year ago tomorrow. families are forever changed. survivors are left to heal both physical and mental wounds. a new program is turning illegal marijuana grow houses into affordable homes for families. the city of sacramento is teaming up with habitat for humanity. property owners who get cited for illegally growing cannabis can choose to donate their homes directly to habitat instead of paying administrative penalties, which can add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars . the homes are then completely rebuilt, and a family in need of affordable housing can buy it with a 30 year mortgage at 0% interest. we stripped to the studs, and we start all over. essentially so it's not only the opportunity to create a new, affordable home for our community, but also helps to alleviate blight in the neighborhood. that the family buying this and says they cannot
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wait to move in the mother father for children already making plans for what i think is the best part of a new house. i get this bedroom. no, you've got the big one. last time we're going to put you know a dining patio out there. it's just like that promise of a new life together and feeling rooted to your community. decorating is what you're saying, yes, decorating and making it feel like a true home. that is always the best part time after look at the forecast, it is hot outside. you have to crank up the in that house years. if you do have one steve paulson is here with more on that. well, if you're away from the coast, you sure will. again tomorrow. you won't probably, but today the coast is cooling down here. there are a few that are already in on the west, wind or wind that has turned south. and the fog is just roaring up. the coast is on the scent and santa cruz coast now paul eric davis, a cold, strong wind already blowing here in tam valley, tamil fighters valley. no way we're hitting the upper seventies. today i would agree on the east side, though it's a different story. you get on the west side, it will be much cooler point raises 57 yet ross is 74 mill valley 73 nevado
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72, but you go over towards the west side and it's more of a sea breeze. half moon base plus seven compared to yesterday. at this time, that's going to drop pretty soon. most inland locations are already running +789 10 11 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time, but big changes are right there. you can see the fog is screaming up the cause. it's made it to santa cruz. they were 81 yesterday, probably 61 today, and the wind has turned south and on and a wave oh pillar point, san francisco bowie. so it is just a matter of time now, before that works its way up and then you'll get a sea breeze in the city as well might happen before noon or one o'clock still warm to hot, though inland could be a late seabreeze for the bay, but inland temps will still be in in the nineties. it will be a little cooler for that ghost or a lot cooler. if you're down towards santa cruz are on the same matteo coast water temps are brutally called, continue to be really cold. but jacob, a buoy hit 46 again this morning. that is a very rare occurrence. it's only happened a few times going back about the last 30
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years, but it's happened twice in the last five days when the water is that cold fog says all the thank you i mean, that's a that's a recipe for a fog. well, guess what. it's on its way. when you get nineties inland, all that needs a little help, and it's getting it. but inland temps will still be in the nineties coast will be in the sixties were look at them. you were in the seventies, brent was almost 80 degrees already a lot of seventies here upper sixties seventies, so we're going to be on the warm to hot category pretty rapidly, but it does look like a c reasonable safe parts of the coast. and maybe the bay and then a huge drop is on the way for starting tomorrow, maybe 20 degrees cooler for all and again. if you're heading up to the mountains, there are signs of shower activity, especially around tahoe, truckee, maybe northern sacramento valley. look at ukiah north. that would be on saturday and again on sunday in the monday so if you don't like to eat today's the last day of it. if you do like to eat, then you better enjoy it because it's going to start changing pretty fast here and the first about next 57 days are looking unseasonably cool and windy. after today, you guys police
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officials have been warning wildfire season in california is year around now, coming up on mornings onto the nine we're talking live with cal fire about what you can do to make sure you prepare for it also helping more people pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. the commitment from the uc system to encourage a certain group of s i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case and failed to do his job.
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the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now.
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wilt san jose state university. the school is holding the first four of its 12 commencement ceremonies for the year around 7500 graduates and their families will be at sjs you event center over the next three days. the school says. while neither vaccination or covid tests will be required, they will require mass in that venue graduates will be able to briefly take them off as they cross the stage, though the university of california is making moves to improve its record on diversity, equity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, math and medicine. the whole uc system is now joining the sea change program it's designed to help colleges in those areas. three u c campuses davis, santa cruz and irvine were part of the original plan. now you see the first entire system to participate. the program encourages schools to recruit train and retain individuals who represent different abilities, racist gender preferences and other identities. for stem
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fields. there's an important vote today among amazon's investors regarding corporate accountability. more retailers warning about tough times ahead . pam cook is here to dissect all this news in dollars and cents. inflation not just hurting the shoppers hurting retailers as well. dick's sporting goods stock up almost 10% after reporting strong sales. for the recent quarter. however the retailer did lower its projections for the year ahead because inflation is cutting into earnings, walmart target and kohl's will have similar outlooks for the year ahead. call stuck up about 16% as that opening bell rang this morning after reports that bidders are still competing to buy kohl's and by the way, bringing that opening bell in case you didn't know there is major league pickleball, and they are kicking off their season. taking a live look at the numbers still hanging on to some gains, but they've come back quite a bit. in the last hour. the dow jones now up just slightly 28 points, the s and p 500 up almost a half of a percent and the nasdaq is up three quarters of a percent this
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morning. added to annual shareholder meeting today, amazon investors will vote on a record 14 resolutions challenging amazon's workplace policies. now 10 of the shareholder resolutions pertain to worker rights and social issues. there has been an increase in the number of resolutions that many companies as shareholders push from more corporate accountability. next week. google parents alphabet faces 17 resolution at its shareholder meeting and the resolutions are not but nonbinding, but companies do often take some form of action if at least 30% of investors vote in favor of them. restaurants in san francisco, still struggling, many don't expect to fully recover anytime soon. san francisco's chief economist at the office of the comptroller tells the chronicle that he believes it will take more than a year for san francisco restaurants to get back to pre pandemic levels. that's largely because san francisco restaurants depend heavily on international travelers and downtown office workers. and both of those
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groups have not yet returned in large numbers. in some business owners in san francisco want to entice more people to come to downtown by hosting special events, according to the chronicle. several ideas were discussed at an online meeting. one would be to choose one friday each month when local businesses would host events that started the end of the workday. mayor london breed has included city funding to host events downtown. in her proposed budget. pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents, pam. thank you. ticket sales for alcatraz are ahead of pre pandemic levels for the month of may, thanks in large part to corporate bookings and weekend visitors. hornblower tells the san francisco business times it's selling about 3700 tickets a day on average for this month . the average for all of 2019 was 3600 tickets a day cruises to alcatraz, as you know, were stopped for a while. during the beginning of the pandemic, many companies are now buying tours to encourage their workers to have fun hang out. together. many international tourists have
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yet to return to alcatraz trip. i did it a couple years ago like it happened during the pandemic out there to check it out. when she was in town. you and mom is in town hard time for look at the roads were still in the middle of russia. right now. south casting is here with a look at that south. alright andre agassi. good morning to you both right now and let's go right to the bay bridge because i want to see if that commute is getting better. it's slight. you may not recognize it, but it is slight. and you can see some traffic improving in this area. if you are driving onto the bridge is still a little crowded across the span. highway four is getting better. finally, in pittsburgh, we've seen improvement. conquered the walnut creek and westbound 24. so this is the time when you start seeing things get better, even when you see red on the maps, you do see that the speeds are getting up there. and if you want to wait even longer to help your gas mileage. i think that you could do a better job. you know, you could probably have better conditions just by waiting. south bay community is now kind of had that big shift
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and the sunnyvale and cupertino but maybe another hour more if you can push back that meeting. would be better for your gas mileage there. 8 49. let's bring steve back with today's weather. thank you, sir. well i think mother nature put some sunoco 99 octane into the fog bank because it is flying up the coast. it has made the turn at monterey and is now pouring into santa cruz. so i'll say 61, or 62 for a high after 81 yesterday, the wind has turned suddenly on most of the san mateo coast, so it's only a matter of time. there's a west wind on the western part of marin county, so a few signs of a cooler pattern here for some, i may need to. i mean, i could go 62 probably 100 today. 101 101 166 niner inland temps will take another day to cool down the coast is going to call down today. i mean, it's already 80 in brentwood. i mean, there's sixties for a few but seventies. for most, i mean, mid seventies walnut creek's already 76 inland . it'll be a hot one. but after today, all signs point towards a huge cool down for us as much as 20 degrees tomorrow. that will
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happen on the coast today, possibility of some rain here as we go into the weekend, especially uk and north and in the sierra nevada on the weekend and sunday monday could get some high elevation snow. there's memorial weekend. if you go up to the mountain, you know what i'm talking about. 60 seventies eighties nineties today, there's going to be a huge drop on the coast much cooler tomorrow we'll carry that into a windy and color weekend. you guys steve. thank you following the mass shooting in texas, so many parents are wondering as to how they can talk about what's happening at home with their children coming up next on the nine we're talking live with the child psychologist about processing, traumatic experiences and coping mechanisms. plus we've got some offseason updates in the 49ers, including jimmy g. trey, lance and deebo, samuel. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits.
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and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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. the sacramento county division of public health has confirmed it is investigating a suspected case the person had recently returned from traveling in europe. health officials say they're waiting for lab results. it's a symptoms and preliminary testing indicate a confirmation of the monkey pox virus is likely. we are awaiting confirmation testing from the centers for disease control. the individual is in isolation is not hospitalized and is doing well. the sacramento health department is coordinating with the cdc to identify and evaluate people who may have had close contact with the infected person . health department says there is minimal risk to the general public, ucsf infectious disease expert dr peter chen hong 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 virus. it's really a rat virus. and it just
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accidentally gets into the human network. the world health organization says there are about 200 confirmed cases across a dozen countries. the cbc is investigating roughly half a dozen presumptive cases in the united states, including in florida, new york and utah. so far, those infected have all been men who have recently traveled internationally. clara city council wasn't able to reach a decision on the fate of the bmx track that's been operated for almost 25 years by the police activities league. also known as pal, it was named the top track in the country several times, but because pelle does not have a sanctioning agreement with usa bmx, the track cannot be used for races. and that means riders have to go to other tracks to race and to qualify for upper level competitions. parents say that's a hardship and they want the city to let usa bmx manage the 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
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my children because they really love the sport in sad since they closed the track because i miss racing track has been closed after pal discovered volunteers were not following standard accounting practices. paypal says it will reopen the track for practices next tuesday, but racist still cannot be held there. the city council has not said when it might make a decision about whether bmx will be allowed to take over track management. 49ers are off today and will hold another offseason workout tomorrow. the news media had our first chance to see the team since last season, all eyes on second year quarterback trade. lance was presumed to be the new starting qb. he completed 15 of 17 passes and drills, lance told reporters he's 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 garoppolo was among several veteran
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players who are not at this week's voluntary off season training activity activity. head coach kyle shanahan says garoppolo will likely be traded , but it's not a guarantee. 30 year old quarterback is recovering from shoulder surgery 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. yeah well, george kittle says he texted garoppolo but never heard back, and he also said that it's not unusual often jokes that garoppolo does his own thing, especially in the off season and that he's not good at returning messages. other players who aren't training in santa clare this week include nick bosa, trent williams and deebo. samuel the wide receiver was spotted in dallas, though watching that warriors mavericks playoff game samuel received jerseys from stefan curry and draymond green . samuel and the 49ers are still in a stalemate on contract talks . head coach kyle shanahan says he thinks samuel will be a key contributor this season. have
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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've been communicating with samuel says working out and is in good spirits. 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 , the kids took it upon themselves to kind of research
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into what happened and to say, well, this would be a good thing to do since they weren't able to graduate, one family member who received the diploma on behalf of her late aunt says the goodwill feels good. the country is morning with a small community in texas after a mass shooter kills close to two dozen people, most of whom were children. when are we going to do something? i'm tired of the moments of silence enough. warriors head coach steve kerr gets emotional and angry what he is demanding from lawmakers in the wake of that deadly texas school shooting and why gun violence is such a personal issue for him. and coping with unimaginable. parents wondering now what to tell their children about the texas school shooting . we're talking live with the child psychologist who shares semenza.

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