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san jose police are at the scene of a fatal stabbing. the crime seen is part of a local high school football field. i'm proud to be a apprehend of his. and remembering the soldiers killed in this weekend helicopter crash in afghanistan. a decision that could be handed down in the coming hours. complete bay area news coverage. starts right now.
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this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning and to mornings on 2. a bit of a chilly start in parts of the bay area. paulson making an appearance to fill you in to forecast. >> we have a big fog bank and local drizzle s look for the coast to be in the 50s and 60s and inland, cool morning, 50s and sunny and breezy and temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s by the coast and beaches and then a few upper 70s and low to mid-80s. let's get to the news inland. a call for help to the police and when they responded they found a man dead in the park. >> well 21st and santa clara
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streets are where we are now, there's still an active scene out here as the investigation continue of the fatal stabbing. the area that you are looking at, beyond the patrol cars, where you see orange crime scene tape. that is part of san jose high school. the victim was found somewhere on the grounds next to the football field and the high school. the police received a call for help just after 2:00 this morning. and when they got here they did a search of the park and found the man dead he had been stabbed. this is a very residential area. it's next to the park, a football field and san jose high school here. so far police say they have not identified any suspects. they do not know the age or identity of the victim yet and the they do not know the motive of the stabbing or what worked up to it.
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san jose police are investigating a fatal stabbing. a person was, a body was discovered on the grounds of the park. this is the 28th homicide of the year. we will have an update a half an hour from now. right now, chp investigators are at the scene of an accident that shut down part of 880 overnight. the chp said two cars were involved in the crash, officers are investigating the possibility that alcohol may have been a factor. the condition of the people involved has not yet been released. family and friends of two u.c. berkeley graduates are awaiting a verdict. the foreign minister said that he hopes what the verdict will lead to the release of the two
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graduates. their attorney said the man along with sarah shore accidently strayed into iran's border. nato said two people were killed in the north and two in the south. no more details. the attack comes one day after officials say the taliban shot down a helicopter with dozens of u.s. forces. this morning, we are hearing that there's fighting this morning and it's not clear who it is that is fighting but
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taliban forces are thought to be engaged. >> physically fit. mentally sharp. great sense of humor and he was the perfect, you know, when i think of the perfect soldierer that was john brown. >> 22 navy seals were among those that were killed and many of them belonged to seal team 6, the team responsible for the killing of osama bin laden. news of the helicopter shot down came on the same day as men came home from supporting the mission in afghanistan. the response wing arrived yesterday at travis air force base. they spent a month preparing equipment for an army brigade that was going to afghanistan. >> it was hard to hear.
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heart breaking. our sympathies go out to their families and friends. >> the 615th has deployed multiple times to afghanistan. standard and poors decision to down grade the triple-a credit rating to double a plus has effected the stock market worldwide. the main stock index is down 5%. the leading economic financial advisers are meeting to discuss the markets. and wall street investors will get their first chance to react tomorrow morning at 6:30. pg&e officials were warned
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of possible risk months before the san bruno explosion. they were briefed about potentials two months before the disaster. the risk management group filed a report last july calling the gas safety program weak. they gave pg&e poor marks in several areas including maintenance of gas pressure regulating equipment. pg&e said is that the report was an effort to identify risks and develop action plans. pg&e is scheduled to start testing the gas lines this up coming week in palo alto and residents may notice noise and smell of gas. the project is expected to begin tomorrow and tuesday and will continue for two months. pg&e said is that hoped to to testing on pipeline by the end of december but the testing was taking longer than anticipated
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and it may not be finished by the end of the year. a southern california police officer is exciting for his life after someone drove up to his -- is fighting for his life after someone drove up to his car and shot him. he is in critical condition. a suspect was tracked to a nearby apartment complex, that was where the suspect was fatally shot by police. hundreds of people protested to demand justice for a homeless man that died after an encounter with police. officers say that that thomas was combative and it ended with the 37-year-old man dieing of severe head and neck injuries. rangers have recovered a body of a man that was swept over a water fall in yosemite
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park. a 22-year-old man modesto man crossed the guard rail at the top of water fall july 20th. all three were swept over and continue the bodies of the other -- and the bodies of the others in the group were not found. a very good morning on this sunday, what is new? there's a low cloud deck that moved inland. if you do not have fog, it's cool. a summer of cool lows. lots of 50s. another system is reloading in the pacific northwest. drop ms. and cools the clouds
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and fires up thunderstorms. good boomers for august. once that system leaves temperatures recover and her slow to recover. starting a off with 50s and 60s. almost everyone is cloudy. 57 in concord and livermore, and santa rosa 54. west southwest, 23. they had gusts of 22. when vacaville gets south winds it will be cool in the valley. you see near the oregon border, the systems combine and then activity. conditions will improve as they move out. but it's a slow process. signs maybe, end of the week it may build back towards us. today we are under the influence of low pressure. cool plus drizzle. that equals a day of below
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average temperatures. by the beaches near 60 and around the bay, 70s and upper 70s and low 80s. and drizzle in the morning. forecast and highs. 58-84. san jose 75 and santa rosa 77, oakland 60. and san francisco 50s and 60s. a tough beach this week. fairfield 81. i mean they were 82 and gusts were 30. fog and low clouds, sun, toward the end of the week inland temperatures may get to near mom. thanks. we are -- near normal. thanks. we are looking at the golden gate bridge and traffic seems to be going smoothly.
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aroundly any cars on a sunday morning. we want to alert you to a road closer tomorrow morning. caltrans will shut down all northbound lanes of highway 101 this will happen between 12:30 and 4 in the morning every night from tomorrow to thursday night. they will be painting the bike crossing. a hacking group strikes again, dozens of u.s. agencies targeted and the reason given for what attack. over might in london, the incident that sparked a violate riot that took out a tour bus.
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well if you are stuck under the gray and you have drizzle, it's
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sunny and cool and 50s and breezy. look for highs today, 70s and 50s and closer to the coast and bay. people in north london are checking out the damage after a violate riot that zipped 26 police 54 is. the violence broke out after the death of a 29-year-old man that was killed thursday by police. hundreds of people marched to the police station yesterday to demand justice and during the march things turned violate as rioter started to burn police cars and a bus. they broke a number of store front windows and this morning this is what some people in north london woke up to. burned building. police released a statement calling the riots distressing 42 people were arrested for rioting. this morning 45,000 verizon
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workers are on strike. what do we want? this is video from philadelphia overnight. two unions representing the workers authorized the strike because of the famer to reach a new labor contract. verizon said that the workers need to pay more for retirement and other costs because the land line divisions are losing customers. this strike does not effect verizon wireless. republican presidential candidates are blasting obama because of the national down grade. >> this is the first president in the history of the country who under his watch we have seen a down grade of united states credit. >> bachmann campaigned yesterday in waterloo and said
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that it's going to result in higher interest rates for everyone. >> a big day for presidential hopefuls. most are gathering for the first debate in the state. this is video from a new hampshire cmn debate in june. the candidates are going to attend, paul, santorum, bachmann, and romney. p emptyperry headlined an -- perry headlined an event calling on people to pray for the country. and then he offered prayer for the president. >> we pray for our president
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that you guard his family and im part your wisdom upon him. more than 1,000 churches across the country broadcasted the event. and from prayer to protest, some people who are against rick perry's policies made their voices heard at the state capitol in texas. they said that perry is bad for texas, they point to the multi- million dollars budget short fall and cuts to the education budget. warren jeffs niece and nephew cried and testified about being sexually assaulted by their uncle. he faces life in prison.
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the group known as anonymous hacked into law enforcement websites. and those they have stolen lot -- lots of sensitive information. hackers are able to pick up private upon calls and emails and credit card numbers from the air -- private phone calms and emails and credit cards from the air. >> we can be the strongest signal. it's a fight what the cell tower cannot win. >> they built the plane for 6,000 dollars and put it together at home.
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they are raising awareness about the need to protect yourself from hackers. not seen too often. a college graduation right in the middle of summer. the tragedy that delayed these students from graduating. !á yn@ vp
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mexican officials say a high ranking police official is dead after his car was fired upon. it happened near an american high school. saturday football practice and a volley ball scrimmage was taking place when the violence broke out. you hear about it and then it hits close to home, it sets you straight. >> no students were hurt but everyone was ordered inside until the school got an all clear. brads at the the university of alabama got the chance to walk in a cap and gown, more than three months after a tornado postponed their graduatation. >> 3,300 received their diplomas. six university of alabama students were among those kills in the tornado.
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a short while ago we showed you the fog at the golden gate bridge and we will send it to steve to see in these conditions will hang with us for a while. >> yeah. at least for the morning hours. if you do not have fog, it's cool out. temperatures in the 50s and low clouds and fog, that is just the pattern so far this year. lows are starting off in the 50s or low 60s and no doubt about it, west winds or west southwest wind. cloudy and around noon, fog or sun, we will see it burning back to the coast. and sunny and breezy and temperatures below average especially inland. a lot of 50s here and low 60ss and there's a good sea -- low 60s and there's a good sea breeze. a system in northern california picked up storm activity. right there.
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that moves out. and left behind, drizzle. windy at times, 50s, 60s and 70s or low 80s. these are areas and locations inland that are supposed to be close to 90. fog, sun and breezy and we will continue it toward the middle and end of the week that we will see warmer inland temperatures. two formerly conjoined twins are celebrating a milestone this weekend. they celebrated their 10th birthday yesterday. they were joined at the head. their story gained national attention in 2002 when they underwent a 23 hour separation surgery at ucla medical center. the members of the team that separated them attended yesterday's party. >> we were full of hope and faith and now 10 years later we can say that this past 10 years
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has been full of blessings and joy for our lives. >> the parents still live in guatemala, the children had to return to the united states after the surgery when they became ill. they live with two host families in la county. new screening devices, coming up, how they will be expected to be giving passengers more privacy. the 28th homicide of the year being investigated. we have a better idea of where the victim was found and we will have tha informationn coming up.
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another homicide overnight in a city that has seen a sharp increase in crime. >> good morning and welcome in. it's sunday august 7th. police are on the scene of a deadly stabbing that happened at a neighborhood park at 19th and santa clara streets. we talked to investigators and allie is at the scene with more on the investigation. >> this is the --thiss is the city's 28th homicide of the
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year. this area behind us where we are standing is where police discovered the body of a man that was stabbed. this is roosevelt park that you are looking at. the bleachers you see, it is part of the football field for san jose high school. the body of the victim was found to other side of the bleachers which is the dividing line, the border for roosevelt park not on the school football field. this started after 2:00 this morning. there are crime scene investigatorsors gathering investigators. police do not know his age identity yet and they do not know the circumstances that led up to the shooting. we will continue to remain out here and gather more
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information on this homicide. well san jose police chief has been on the job for about six months, he has been out of town on business 12 times. the news reports that the chief's 12 trips add up to 31 days and 9 of those trips took him all the way to washington d.c., he is defending his travel. oakland mayor is taking out of town business trips. a dozen trips taken the first six months in office. the total cost, $10,000. the former mayor spent $60,000 on travel in one year. a spokesman said that her position requires travel from time to time. the race for san francisco mayor can take a turn. mayor ed lee will take out
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papers run for a full four-year term. the term. $15,000 in reward is being offered for information about gun man that open fire with two women inside. it happened 1:30 in the morning. a 25-year-old and her aunt were driving to a club in san francisco when at least two begunman started to shoot. investigators say the two women were not targeted. it appears to be multiple shooters cannot say how they were shooting. we have people to talk to and i'm going to ask for a lot citizen assistance, if you have information contact us a
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violent summer in the north richmond block party. the church teamed up to bring residents together at a safe venue, games and barbecue were easy to find as looked to instill community pride. the goal of the party was to ease the social and economic tensions in the city. >> i stress to my members, united we stand and divided we fall. >> the richmond police motor unit participated in the block party, interacting with the youth of the city. antioch police are cracking down on teen-agers out past curfew, a curfew sweep was done and they picked up 35 minors, they were taken to the police department and released to their families. a reach project councilled the
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teens. menlo college is being recognized as a best school in the west. they are a 2012 best in the west institution. third year in the row what they have received this recognition, they are 1 of 121 institutions to make the list and the school's president said what they focus on academics and and athletics and a strong community relationship. the city banned medical marijuana establishments. a temporary ban was in 2009 and was set to expire. they said that they are too much of a risk for the city. there's a new incentive to go green, a my program that offers up to $8,000 in rebates for those that make their homes more energy efficient. it a matching program that doubles the $4,000 rebates
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funded by pg&e, it's funded by american recovery and reinvestment act. rebates will be available until next march. firefighters in riverside county are trying to get control of a fast moving brush fire, the fire has burned at least 450-acres. it started at 4:00 p.m. and then quickly spread yesterday. 50 motorists were rapped when the fire jumped a freeway. the fire is 35% contained and the cause is under investigation. new software for a tsa body scanner. it can be found at one more u.s. airport. it's the latest to receive the software. instead of a detailed view of a body a tsa agent gets a cartoon outline to see where they should check. some passengers said the old software is not a problem.
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>> the software will be installed on most of the body scanning machines this fall. well, it's sunday, not monday. i'm filling in. very nice tweets today. people responding in, patrick in red wood shores cloudy and windy and cool. and it's a pattern that is stuck. there are hypotheticals and temperatures may warm up. forecast models are wrestling with that. i'll ease into it. so, morning fog and drizzle and sunny and breezy, if you have clear skies, it's cool. temperatures and overnight lows, this summer they have been cool. no 65 was or 70s and low to mid- 50s and more of the same tomorrow. end of the week looks warmer with less fog. again. confidence level a b minus on that.
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we are starting with another system to drop in from the pacific northwest. and gave us thunderstorm activity to extreme northern california. morning sun and fog. 50s and 60s has not been the best of beach weather. morning clouds, 60s and 70s a cool morning and subpoenay and breezy, the delta breeze is in full force and once it's established itself, a lot of 50s and low 60s. and west southwest 21. and gusts of 32. that is moving right along. west southwest in vacaville and 16 in concord. everything is out of the west. westerly direction. napa airport said north west. i show the breeze because i want to show you it's not very warm. they are starting to pop up and the high stays in the middle of the country. it wants to build back and build back and then a system drops in and bumps it out of
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the way. cool and local drizzle, 60s near the beaches and upper 70s and 80s inland. fog is on the bridges so be careful. once the fog burns back get a good breeze, some of you have that. 60s for many or 70s. san jose 75 and then low to mid- 80s in locations that should be closer to 90. maybe a little warm up towards the end of the week. i'll ease into that. let's take a look outside at the rask steve traffic. steve was mention -- the traffic. steve was mentioning. look at oakland. 880. looking good. and looking at the highway
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patrols traffic page, no major incidents to report at this hour. an fran police are set to launch a safety campaign tomorrow in the city south of market area. yesterday volunteers happened out flyers at the corner of fifth and market with tips for pedestrians, motorists and cyclists. they say that last year more than 200 people were hurt in accidents south of market. that was the biggest part of all city neighborhoods. the safety campaign will expand to other parts of the city in the coming weeks. the crack down follows up hit and run extents involving a fullies fan. 9-year-old ryan white is still in critical condition at san francisco general a after being struck by an alleged drunk driver after leaving at and t park. andrew vargas is set to have his first court hearing on
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tuesday. a woman could face child neblect, charges. she parked in a handicapped spot without a sign and so a tow truck driver was called and the child was left in the car, he was not aware that the child was there. >> to leave a child in the back of a car regardless of it being five minutes or more. it's serious. >> the woman has not been charged but they my consider asking for charges. >> a medical break through, what researches discovered in mice that may help couples that cannot conceive. >> what the man that kid mapped elizabeth smart -- kidnapped
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the clear and cool with 50s i was looking at the city of course 60s and low 70s. the anniversary of the first atomic bomb used in japan is being remembered this weekend. organizers say this this year' anniversary comes at a time when the nuclear debate is shifting after the earthquake and tsunami in march. nuclear power has become
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unpopular in japan now the event was free to the public. a news of the world, thousands of protesters hit the streets in i isreal to demonstrate against the increasing cost of everything from food to rent. this is how tel, aviv looked, demonstrators are calling on the government to address the increasing cost of living. the minister said what the protesters themselves are short on solution. there's an up rising about inequality. and those leaders that are brushing it off are making a
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mistake. vice president joe biden's wife is on a delegation to see how the u.s. can help victims of famine. 29,000 children have died in the last three months lone due on -- alone due to starving. charles grainer was released from military prison after serving 6 and a half years of a 10 year sentence, pictures show him giving a thumbs up sign behind iraqi prisoners. grainer is the last defendant to be released. a stem cell break through may be able to help
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infertility. researches infertility -- researches used stem cells to grow sperm cells. catholic hospitals are concerned that they could be forced to provide free birth control. the federal government announced last week, that insurance companies are having to provide free birth control to women next year. the catholic health association said that it will apply to houses of worship. here closer to home, governor jerry brown has vetoed a bill that would have added violence against california's homeless into a category of hate crimes. brown recognized that homes people are vulnerable and said what there are laws that are already on the books that are strong enough to protect those
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victimized. the tape of david mitchell was released. it dated back to march 2003. in the tape, he claims to be a servant of god and said that smart had a glorious time with him. i did not marry her but she is my wife. >> she is your wife? >> did you have sex with her, yes or no? >> that is a private question. >> at one point he is relaxed and kicked up his feet on the chair while police continued the questioning. the first iphone app and it's meant to help parents. it allows photos and information to be stored of the
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child, the parent can email the child's information to police and right now the app is only available from apple but the agency plans to make it available on other platforms. hundreds of bay area women take the streets to rally against sexism. >> a march was held in san francisco's park yesterday afternoon t rally was meant to show that no -- the real was meant to show what no woman regardless of what they are wearing deserves to be raped. >> we tend to blame the victim. and so our goal is to raise awareness and to change the collective mind set of our culture. >> the event stems from an incident in tore tonight where a police officer advised women to change how the they dressed to avoid being victimized. i think that some of us have had some type of the close call. what about a close call high
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above the ground. >> what went wrong and how the stunt man recovered. >> and the reason one of the most famous piece of real estate is becoming a nuisance. fog on the bog, and i don't really forecasted high today. -- and your forecasted high today.
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and record four shows all at the same time. just $29 a month for 6 months. at&t. well it was a close call for a chinese tight rope walker, trying to walk across a wire suspended 300 feet above the ground. >> as you can see, the performer lost his balance as he was walking 49-foot long wire between two hot air balloons and he managed to hang
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on. despite the fall he finished the journey. great white shark spotted off the coast of cape cod may help understand them. they have ago ad white sharks, their publics have inceased in certain years -- their numbers have inceased in recent years. >> it our first real opportunity to study the white sharks, the only reason it's possible is that we have a growing population of gray he seals along the beach behind me. >> some of the tags are equipped with transmitters that can alert the sharks. it's a step forward that can help authorities. >> a shark was found decomposing in the woods of new
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hampshire. someone had reported smelled the smell and it is believed that the shark was caught and the person got rid of it by dragging into the woods. a passenger recorded this video of something flying through the cabin and some say it was a bird and some say it was a bat. it was trapped in a bathroom. but the airline said that when they served the plane, they could not find anything. a new plane was unveiled, the dreamliner rolled out of the boeing factory. i want gets 20 percent better fuel efficiency and 50% of the plane is made composit materials. and passengers can look forward to bigger bathrooms and roomier seats they have more than 800
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orders for the plane. the hollywood sign is a land mark and some say it's becoming too much of a tourist trap. the problem started in the last two years. thanks to gps navigation systems, they can navigate the windy roads. >> there are seven new inductees into the pro football hall of fame. deon sanders, he won back to back super bowls, he was joined by former teammate richard dent that played with san francisco, the late les richter and running back marshall faulk,
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shannon sharp and chris handburger and nfl films director ed sable. a couple was inspired to get kissably close. a 3d version of the famous time square image was on display and it prompted a kissing contest. in the end a utah couple won first place and the number of prizes included tickets to a cruise. that sculpture is made in the image of this famous picture. it was captured in 1945. >> several streets in downtown sanity rosa will be closed to make way for a wild west
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tradition. a team of professional rangers will doctor will be hearing to the fairgrounds. well it's been cloudy all morning. that fog, a little drizzle, i had my windshield wipers on this morning. steve is here to give us a look in the future. and what it holds for us today. the extended outlook may have a warm up in it. we will see as we get closer to it. there's plenty of position to go around. temperatures, santa rosa in the 70s. on the high side and it can get hotter than that. that is not the case in this pattern. low clouds and fog and it all spelled cool. firing up thunderstorms, right there. morn part of the state. well that moves out. still, left behind is a lot of low clouds anding fog and 50s and 60s. and san jose in 52 and 58 and
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heyward and synura fell, and a sea breeze is in place and it's not going anywhere any time soon. as long as we have a wind it will stay on the cool side. spins in the atmosphere. fog, low clouds and overcast cool to mild and clear and the lake in at the 80s and then 82. there's 77. 81 in fairfield. 82 in pittsburgh and 64 in alameda. morgan hill and gilroy 79. south san francisco, too much fog means upper 60s and low 70s
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for many. warm up as we get past mid- week. thanks steve. well they are celebrating in southwest china as a set of twins are born to a famous mother. she gave birth to one male and one female cub last thursday. the cubs were the first set of twins born this year. the mother and her cubs are doing well. the pan that-- the panda delivered two other sets of cubs. n?
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investigators are still on the scene of the 28th homicide of year. coming up what we know about what happened and where the victim was found. one day after 30 american forces were killed more deadly attacks overnight on foreign members in afghanistan. waiting for a verdict in the trial of two u.c. berkeleyly graduates aaccused of spying in iran.
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>> complete coverage starts now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning. it's sunday august 7th. let's look at the forecast. steve, good morning, how are you? >> i'm doing well. thank you, we have another fog bank that wants to flex itself muscles and that means that temperatures are cool, 50s and 60s, once the fog burns, upper 70s and low 80s. temperatures still held in check. they are a good 5-10 below average. a man was found stabbed to death and police found the victim in a neighborhood park. >> mike, roosevelt park is where this victim was found. it's the area directly behind us here in the distance.
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now off to the left we see the tape, and that is where they have been working. there's an evidence van there and crime scene tape. that area is blocked off. san jose police got a call just after 2:00 a.m. about someone needing help and when they got to the scene they found a man dead. that man was pronounced dead at the scene. they to not have suspects right now and -- do not have suspects right now. there are fewer cars here compared to a few hours ago. but the southeast corner of the park, you are looking at it, right mechanics to the football field is closed off. and this is san jose's 28th homicide of the year. live in san jose. ktvu, channel 2 news. a crash in oakland. it happened just before flee this morning on southbound 880.
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highway patrol said that two cars were involved in the crash, investigators are investigating the possibility that alcohol pa may have been a factor. the condition of the people involved have not been released. approximate and in santa rosa, a teen-ager had to be rescued from a car after a hit and run overnight. zakry is being treated for nonlife threatening injuries, the woman fled the scene after crashing her portia, she was under the influence of alcohol and was dropped off at the hospital an hour after the crash. she was booked into jail and charged with dui and felony hit and run. new this morning, four officers were killed in eastern afghanistan and the second attack was in the south.
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details were not provided. the attack comes just a day after a helicopter was shot down killing dozens of american forces. the helicopter went down, this morning one afghan government official said that fighting is taking place in the helicopter where the helicopter went down. -- place where the helicopter went down. families and friends are remembering those that died. and -- great sense of humor and he was the perfect soldier. 22 navy seals were among those loft. nato has begun an operation to
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recover the remains. >> news of it beshot down comes days after -- news of the hem -- (inaudible.) >> it was hard to hear. heart breaking. our sympathies go to the family and friends. >> first thing we think about is the families stuck at home when we hear about that. >> the 615th has deployed multiple times to afghanistan and also on missions to other countries. the families of two graduates detained in iran are awaiting the verdict in their trial. iran's foreign minister said that he hopes the verdict will lead to the release of the two.
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they have been in custody for two years, their attorneys said the men along with sarah shore accidentally crossed into the country while hiking, shore released on bail last year. standard and poors decision to down braid the -- to down grade the credit rating is expected to take a worldwide impact. wall street investors will get their first chance to react when the markets open at 6:30 tomorrow morning and and we will have complete coverage on ktvu channel 2 morning news. a police officer is fighting for his life after he was shot in the head after someone drove up to his car. the officer was put in an ambulance and rushed to the hospital. he remains in critical condition this morning. investigators later tracked down the suspect to a nearby
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apartment complex that was where the suspect of fatally shot by police. top pg&e officials were warned about unacceptable risks months before the pipeline explosion. new documents show the company of was briefed about potential problems two months before the disaster. pg&e's risk management group filed a report last july, calling the company's gas safety program weak. the group gave pg&e poor marks in several rathers including the company's maintenance of gas pressure regulating equipment. pg&e said what the report was an effort to identify risks and develop action plans. this week, pg&e is scheduled to start testing the gas transmission lines in palo alto. they said that there will not be a disruption this service but you may smell gas. pg&e had hoped to do testing on
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152-miles of pipeline similar to the one that exploded but last week they said that testing was taking longer than expected. this morning 35,000 verizon workers are on strike. this is video from philadelphia overnight. two unions representing the workers authorize a strike because of a failure to reach a new labor contract. the strike effects repair technicians and operators across the east coast. verizon wants workers to pay for more retirement and other costs because the land line division is losing customers. a strike does not effect verizon wireless. good morning everyone. well, if you enjoyed saturday, then you'll like at the. if you can did not, and you want warm weather, maybe into the week, maybe, our forecast models are trying to build it
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back in. there's a hurricane/typhone in the ocean. low clouds and fog and drizzle and once it burns back, sometimes it slow, it will be in the 50s and 60s and morning clouds and fog for the bay and 60s and 70s, a cool morning inland, if you are without fog, it's in the 50s. sunny and breezy. good system, i mean, what is new? i talk about another system dropping down and another one did it, and fired up a storm. it was too far for the north for us but it gave us fog and drizzle. 55 in san san francisco, in fact i was looking -- in san francisco, in fact i was
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looking, 55 and 54 and so everyone is close. sometimes you get a good temperature spread, that is not the case. upper 50s and low 60s this morning. you can see on live storm tracker 2. you will not be warm in this pattern. any south wind, there's more fog than that in marine county. one break in the clouds i want to say near the bay. if you have a break tweet me. say yeah, we see the sun here. there's a lot of fog all the way to san jose. and the camera said gray skies over san jose proper. morning drizzle, and wind at times. it will be sunny and nice for some, maybe too cool for others
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77 in santa rosa and around the bay, upper 70s and walnut creek and all near 80. warmer, brentwood and berkeley, alameda and all the 60s 70s or low 80s and along the coast, 50s and 60s and in the city, i do not see much above 63 or 64. low clouds will carry us toward the middle end of the week. 1500 people are expected to ride the bicycles in today's tour. organizers say it's the largest urban based organized bicycle ride, there are four separate stages. there will be family activities and live live music and -- live music and food. several streets are shut down for another bike racing event.
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the fast and furious race has closed down the race. part of the proceeds will provide research for lou gerigs disease. let's give you a live look outside. there she is, the golden gate bridge. you are watching mornings on two.
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that big yellow ball in the sky. it's the sun. for some you have it and for others it's foggy and cold. inland areas will be in the 70ss and low 80s. fog and sun, 60s and 70s. park rangers have recovered the body of a man swept over a water fall last month. the man's body was found yesterday 42-foot from the base of the falls. the man had climbed over a guard rail with two friends all three were swept away. the bodies of the other 2 victims have not been found. 26 police officers are hurt after a violent riot in north london. they were protesting the death of a 29-year-old man at the
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hands of the police. things started to turn violent as police cars and a bus was burned. they broke a number of store front windows. and this morning, this is what folks in north london were waking up to. police released a statement calling the riot distressing. one officer is still in the hospital, the his condition the. -- 3 florida siblings are accused of robbing banks in georgia. the fbi has put up bill boards across the southeast hoping to get information on their whereabouts. their mother is telling her sons approximate daughters to turn themselves in. -- her sons and daughters to
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turn themselves in do the right thing now and turn yourselves in. >> the three are considered armed and dangerous because an ak-47 type rifle and a pistol were used in the robbery. the try of warren jeffs are resume tomorrow after emotional testimony this weekend. his niece and nephew were in tears yesterday as they testified to being sexually abused by their uncle. he did not want to hear his religeon degraded and asked and was allowed to sit outside the courtroom during testimony. >> the governor vetoed legislation that would protect
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the homeless saying that there were already laws to books to protect them. hundreds of people are demanding justice for a homeless man that died after a confrontation with police. officer officers stopped him. and officers say that he was combative, he had a history of prior arrests and the incident ended with thomas dieing from severe injuries, six officers are on administrative leave. republican presidential candidates are bashing the president for the credit down grade. >> this is the first president in the history of the country who under his watch we have
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seen a down grade of united states credit. >> bachmann campaigned yesterday in waterloo, told a crowd what the down grade will result in higher interest rates for everyone, some economists say it's not clear yet whether that will happen. texas governor rick perry has not announced whether he will run for the president. but he offerd a prayer for his potential political rival. he called on people to pray for the country. father we pray for our president. that you impart your wisdom upon him and guard his family. and amen. >> more than 1,000 churches around the country signed up to broadcast the event. and from prayer to protest. some people who are against
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rick perry's policies made their voices herd yesterday in austin they say he is bad for texas and point to the state's budget short falls and cuts to public education. this thursday will be a big day for the republican presidential hopefuls. this is video from a new hampshire debate from june. fox news and the washington examiner are cohosting this week's event, the candidated, ron paul, santorum, romney and huntsman. a new app that is meant to help parts. you can store photos and information about your child, height, weight, date of birth and hair color and eye color and in an emergency email the information to the police. it's available from apple and the agency said that they plan
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to make it available on other platforms. a group of hackers struck. why they targeted dozens of law enforcement agencies in the united states. lots of gray over the bay and temperatures will be warming up any time soon? we will take a look and also the up onlying week. -- and also the up coming week.
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firefighters in riverside county are trying get control of a fast moving brush fire, it
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has burned about 150-acres at last check. at one point 50 motorists were trapped when the fire jumped the freeway. the lanes reopened and it's 35% contained. another wild fire, the pacifier started wednesday in a remote area and burned close to 650-acres and is 90% contained. the cost of fighting that fire has reached over a million dollars. they are still working to figure out the cause. graduates of the university of alabama finally got a chance to walk in a cap and gown more than three months after a tornado postponed the commence ment. >> about 3300 students received their diplomas on friday and saturday.
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a deadly twisting went through their area and it was one of 62 tornadoes that day. 6 university of alabama students were among those killed. steve in today for rosemary and steve, to you think we see burn off coming up? >> i hope so. it may take a while. we have a low cloud deck and a lot of drizzle. and san jose with the clouds. most locations say cloudy and sunny and breezy. and concord has fog near there. temperatures in the 60s and 70s and upper 70s and low 80s. this is well below average. not by the coast. they are 3 below, but inland, a about 10 degrees below. if you have low clouds and and fog, and gray, it will burn back, fog and drizzle. 54-60 on the lows and fog and sunny and breezy. and temperatures held this check. northern california, but we are in the 50s and 60s now. san jose at 63.
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but most temperatures are stuck because of that right there. that fog bank and a west southwest and fairfield, travis. and 8 in vacaville. if they get a sea breeze, we are done, we are sold out. system that dropped down will eject out but not before leaving behind low clouds and drizzle. it will be nice for some but below average temperatures. 79 in gilroy and woodside and signs after wednesday, maybe the end of the week and weekend will be warmer. we will deal with it later. right fog, sun and cool. a hacking group said that they hacked 70 law enforcement websites.
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it's in retaliation of a fbi sweep last month. the websites targeted during the attack are run by the same company. the group claimed that it stole 10gigabytes of data and it shows that no site is too small to avoid the interest of hackers. security experts say there's a new way that hackers on get your information. this model plane was shown off at a hacker's convention in las vegas, it's capable of picking up private phone calls and credit card information and emails all from the air. the inventers said that heck disrupt and manipulate open wifi signals. the plane was built with parts ordered online for around $6,000, inventers said they want to raise awareness about the need for protection against
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hackers. a 25-year-old woman is shot and killed in oakland. police say she was in the wrong place in the wrong time. the reward being offered to find killer. and the new police chief has been on the job for six months and he is now defending several out of town trips. ñy
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deadly attacks, and new deadly attacks on foreign forces in afghanistan, one day after 30 u.s. troops was killed when their helicopter was down. we have more to latest casualties coming up. but first we are following news from overnight in san jose san
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jose, a man was found stabbed to death. allie has been gathering more information. >> the information that we have gathered is limited but here is what the police say they know so far. just after 2:00 this morning they got a call about someone needing help in the area of roosevelt park. that is the park behind us, down at the end of the street. and many of the police patrol a cars have left the scene, you can see there's an evidence van if the park and part of the park suspect blocked off to the public. you are looking at the southeast park next to the high school. crime scene investigatessers have been here early this morning gathering evidence. the man was found stabbed at the park and he was pronounced dead at the scene. the police do not know the age or identity of the victim and do not have suspect.
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they do not know what the motive is or what led up to the stabbing. you are looking at the southeast corner and it's closed to the public because of the investigation, and this is the city of san jose's 28th homicide of the year. >> live in san jose, allie, ktvu,. another violent day in afghanistan, four service members have died after two separate attacks. the details of the service members have not been released yet. this is one day after 30 americans died in a helicopter crash. michael strange was one of the soldiers that died in that attack. his father talked about his military career. >> got out of high school and graduated in june and in august he went to the navy and went right up the ladder. he loved his family and sister.
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just became an uncle. >> he had just visited his family and promised to be back home for thanksgiving. >> the two u.c. berkeley graduates are awaiting a verdict of their trial. the trialed -- the trial acted conclude aweek -- the trial concluded aweek ago. coming up. we will have a live report on the hikers and why we are expecting that verdict today. the world's leading economies will held a conference today about the stability of financial markets. it comes after friday's gown grade of the u.s. credit rating. financial ministers from the group of 7 leading economies plan to talk before asian markets open this evening.
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countries are concerned that it will deal a blow to financial markets. $15,000 in reward is being a offered for information about gun man that opened fire on a car with two women inside. police say 25-year-old lashauna candies and her aunt were driving to a club when there were shot on. it appears to be multiple shooters. cannot say how people are shooting. it's still under investigation. and we need people to talk to. i am asking for citizen assistance, if you have information contact us. >> police say that candies died at the scene and her aunt suffered a gunshot wound to the hand. a large fight outside of a house party in modesto.
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police were called after getting reports of a live party. they got there and found a 20- year-old man stabbed and he later died at the hospital. a gang trial tomorrow, 7 members of the ms-13 gang are on trial for racketeering and other charges. closing arguesments are expected to last all week. they will face life in prison if they are convicted. angers out past -- teen- agers out past curfew will be cracked down o the reach project participated by helping to council teens picked up. a project spokes person said that the sweep included house
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parties and parks. the missionary baptist church teamed up to bring residents together for a barbecue. organizers say last month at least 10 people were killed in richmond and the goal of the party was to ease social and economic tensions in the city. >> i stress to my members, united we stand and tied we fall. >> the motor unit -- united we fall. the san francisco police are set to launch a pedestrian safety campaign tomorrow. yesterday volunteers handed out flyers at the corner of fifth and market streets with tips. they say last year more than 200 people were hurt in accidents in the south market area. the highest rate in the city. starting tomorrow, police will increase patrols in the area looking for anyone violating
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traffic law. the safety campaign will go to other parts of the city? coming weeks. the crack down follows a hit run accident of a philadelphia phillies fan. ryan white is in critical condition after being struck by an alleged drunk driver after leaving at and t park sunday night. race for san francisco mayor could take a turn tomorrow. the chronicle is reporting that lee will take out papers to run for a full 4-year term. the deadline to file is friday and for months community leaders have been urging him to run. the mayor said he was not interested in a full term and he said he probably will not public money to bank roll his campaign. the police chief has been on the job for six months and he has been out of town on business 12 times. the news reports chief chris moore's 12 trips a add up to 31
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days. 9 of those trips took him all the to with a -- all the way to washington d.c. total cost of the trips were $10,000 and the forker mayor spent 60,000 -- former mayor spent $60,000. a happiy cloudy and drizzly sunday morning. a cloud bank is reporting, santa rosa and concord and livermore they all say cloudy. once the clouds burn off, it will be sunny and nice for some
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but not warm. these are well below average the temperatures. morning fog, and if50s and -- and 50s and 60s. a cool morning. sunny and breezy to windy at times. another system dropped in and that helped to trigger thunderstorm activity. a little rare and after this june and july, and now august. nothing surprises me as far as another system dropping in, it's been the pattern all summer long. 50s and 60s, mostly cloudy. and mountain view, that is at 63, closer to town, 58 and concord and livermore and everyone is stuck with these temperatures. that is why. that is a big position bank. west southwest out to fairfield and southwest to vacaville. from san jose and santa rosa, almost everyone cloudy to
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mostly cloudy. that system has triggered up those thunderstorms and it kicked out. just a series of them tropical in, they carve out lower pressure on the west -- them drop in, they carve out a lower pressure system on the west. through tuesday and went, things are stuck. low pressure tropicals in and kicks out drops in and kicks out -- drops in and kicks out to the west. fog and sun and cool and chilly for some, temperatures in this fog are on the cool side. 60s and 70s and 80s. and 79 concord, and 78 walnut creek. 75 san jose, and 79 gilroy, 76 for los, gatos, low to mid and
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then you get towards san mateo, and mid-50s and you'll end up with low to mid-60s at best. not much changed. there's a new incentive to go green. it's a program that offers up to $8,000 in rebates for those that make their homes more energy efficient. it's a program that doubles the $4,000 rebate by pg&e. it's matched by the american recovery and reinvestment act. rebates are available until next march. caltrans is plan ago closure. the northbound lanes 20raulston and san mateo, they will be painting the bike crossing. the same closures will happen on the the southbound lanes
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next week. a death investigation on an ohio college campus after police use a taser gun on teen- agers. why they say they needed to protect themselves. let's give another live look outside. we are looking at interstate 80. the east shore freeway there in berkeley. both directions looking good. time said 8:42.
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good morning, lots of tweets coming in. it's cloudy and cold and drizzly. 60s and 70s and low 80s. well inland. a high ranking police official is dead after a gun man shot his car more than 400 times. the gun battle broke out yesterday, what was just across the border. it happened near an american high school. saturday's football practice and volley ball practice was taking place when the violence broke out. >> you hear about it and it hits close to home and sets you straight. >> no students were hurt. a taser is now the focus of
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a death investigation in ohio. it started yesterday morning at the university of cincinnati. police responded to reports of an assault and came across an 18-year-old man. officers say he appeared angry and agitated. one officer fired a taser at the man when he kept approaching. >> we use the taser 5-6 times a year. it's an uncommon use for us. the cause of the death for the 18-year-old is now under investigation and the officer that used the taser is now on mandatory administrative leave. the vice president's wife is in africa this weekend. she is part of a special committee to see how the u.s. can help victims of faminie sweeping the region. drought and famine have killed 29,000 children in the last three months.
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640,000 children aremalnourished. a stem cell research could be used to help infertility. they were able to fertilize eggs invit ro. catholic hospitals are concerned they could be soon forced to provide free birth control. the government announced last week that insurance companies will have to provide free control on women starting next year. the catholic health association said that it would only apply to places of worship. no pot dispensaries popping up in the area. medical marijuana establishments has been permanently been put in place.
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council members say they are too much of a risk for the city. the 66th anniversary of the use of the first atomic bomb on japan is being remembered this weekend. more than 100 people gathered to reflect on the bombing. organizers say this year's anniversary comes at a time when the nuclear debate comes when thoughts of nuclear is changing. >> nuclear power is becoming unpopular in japan now. the berkeley event was free to the public and organizers say they are taking donations for organizations that are doing relief work in japan. thousands of protesters hit the streets in isreal this week to protest the rising cost of everything from food to rent. and this is how it looked yesterday during the height of the protest. demonstrators are calling on
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the government to address the rapidly increasing cost of living, a commission to address the concern has been formed but the prime minister said that the protesters themselves are short on solutions. >> there's an up rising about economic inequality in the country and those that are i think norring it are make -- and those that are ignoring that are making a mistake. hundreds of women take to the streets to rally against sexism. >> a march of held in san francisco's park yesterday afternoon. the rally is meant to show that no woman, no matter what she is wearing, deserves to be assaulted or raped. >> in our culture we tend to blame the victim. so our goal is to raise awareness, and to change the
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collective mind set of our culture. >> the event was prompted by an incident in toronto where a police officer advised women to change how they dress to avoid being victimized. women and men have marched in cities across the u.s. since then. a college, a private college, has been named 2012 best in the west institution. it's the third year in the row that menlo college received that recognition. two conjoined twins that defied the odds celebrated their birthday yesterday. their story gained national attention in 2002 when they went through a separation
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surgery at ucla medical center. several members of the 50-% team that separated them attended yesterday's party. >> we were full of hope, and faith and now 10 years later we could say that this past 10 years has been full of blessings and full joy and great experiences for our lives. >> the girls parents still live in guatemala, the pair returned to guatemala but one of them got sick and were forced to come back to america. it was a very close call for a chinese tight rope walker trying to walk across a wire suspended 300 feet above the ground. >> as you can see there, the performer lost his balance as he was walking the 49-foot wire between two hot air balloons, he hung on by wrapping his arms and legs around it and then
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pulled himself back up. he finished the shaky 49-foot journey. well, there will be more than cars and people on the streets of santa clara, and the big san francisco celebration for greatful dead front man jerry garcia. another fog bank making it well inland, cool and gray and drizzle, will the warm up occur? we will have that coming up. yeah, she's great.
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we are awaiting a verdict this morning in the case of two uc graduates being held in iran. why news of -- news of the verdict is expected today. >> today is day 7, as the world waits to hear the verdict whether iran will respond to the calls from america. word that the hikers would be set free is being rejected. in fact the local news is reporting that iran's ambassador to baghdad has expressed he feels they will not be released. now on july 31st, the attorney
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argued that his clients were innocent. trial has concluded and a verdict is expected within the coming week. two years ago, you may remember the three were hiking in along the border when there were arrested and it was said that they had illegally entered iran and they were spies and that is a crime punishable by death. now even the court reaches a guilty verdict, the attorney said that the time they have spent in custody is likely enough. the families and maintain their innocence and have continued really the international community to press iran for their release. the world waits for news.
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back to you. thank you. of course, stay with us and we will let you mow when the verdict comes down. -- we will let you know when the verdict comes down. streets will be closed to make room for a wild west tradition. cattle will be hearded to the fairgrounds as part of a cattle drive. a the city of san francisco will be celebrating the life of a local rock legend today. >> there it is. candy man t late jerry garcia, it will start in just a few hours. this is a video of him playing before his passing in 1995. san francisco mayor ed lee is scheduled to attend.
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we are happy to have steve in for a final look at the weather. >> well, very good tweets and funny tweets this morning. not gray by gloomy for dark skies. the 50s and 60s. , you can see why, big fog bang. making everyone cool here for a while. we will stay in the 50s and in the 60s, and 70s and 80s. there not be change until thursday or friday. thanks. thank you for watching. have a great sunday, everyone.
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