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state's plans to protect abortion rights. that announcement comes as protests against the u. s. supreme court or getting louder. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. may 10th there aren't a lot of cars out at this time of day, but sal when they filter into one lane gilman to get off the freeway forced off the freeway does become a little crowded. it does become a little crowded, and this is exactly what we're going to talk about. now if you're driving and you don't know when you're driving on 80 at gilman, they're taking you off the freeway. they're doing some work here, and there is a backup as you approach the scene. it's affecting traffic, of course, as you drive through the area, so please give yourself a little extra time. if you're going to go through that interchange,
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you're gonna need it just because it's unexpected. a lot of people are coming up on that. it's brightly lit and all that, but it's still going to take you a little extra time. if you're driving in the rest of the east bay. it looks pretty good with no major issues here. south bay commute looks all right. and at the bay bridge toll plaza just to go back to that. i always want to include this in my reports. this traffic is late. it's 401. let's go back to the headlines. thank you. sal police in alejo are investigating after at least three people were shot. he was first reported last night. just before 8 30 on avian drive. each of the victims were shot at least once, but at this point we do not know their condition and we do not know if any arrests have been made. a seven year old boy is recovering after being shot on interstate 80 in vacaville that happened late yesterday afternoon on eastbound interstate 80, west of alamo drive. the chp says the child was in the rear seat of a honda accord when bullets hit the car several times. he is expected to recover from his
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wounds. so far, no arrests have been made, and there's no word of a motive in that shooting. if you do have any information you're asked to call chp time is now 402 people who waste water during the drought. they will be the focus of the meeting today by the santa clara valley water district. they'll talk about hiring enforcement officers who could find people as much as $500 for using too much water inside and outside of their homes. water officials have already asked everyone in santa clara county to cut back water used by 15% compared to 2019 levels. but there's a new report that says most customers are using even more water, some as much as 30. also happening today a virtual media briefing by state water officials about california's drought situation. ny conserving water is so important experts with the department of water resources and the state water resources board. tell us the latest on the drought after the driest january
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through march period on record california's attorney general says he plans to defend abortion and reproductive rights in the face of roe v. wade, possibly being overturned. attorney general rob bonta is holding a press conference today with legislative leaders to talk about what california will do in the face of quote. unprecedented threats to abortion rights nationwide. they also are set to talk about how they will protect access to reproductive health care for low income communities and communities of color. joe biden administration, now responding to a heated debate over abortion rights that turned violent police in madison, wisconsin, are searching for the person who threw a molotov cocktail at the offices on a prominent anti abortion rights group. no one was hurt, but the offices were badly damaged. well i would say that we have been clear in the president's position has long been that we should not see protest that takes the form of violence that takes the form of vandalism. um,
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and that. threatens anyone that has long been his position for his entire career and continues to be his position. the white house says the federal government is increasing security around the homes of the u. s supreme court justices ahead of the high court's expected ruling on roe versus wade. time is world for leaders in the fight to protect the rights to an abortion gathered last night in san francisco about what california should do if and when the supreme court overturns roe versus wade. the speakers included jessica pinckney, executive director of access reproductive justice. volunteers in her organization are ready to start housing women who are seeking abortions, something that was put on hold during the pandemic office. at least our volunteers can also volunteered to drive people to and from appointments and we will work to coordinate that care on our end, so we match volunteers in the area wherever
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you're coming from or wherever you're going to. no access, reproductive justice and its network of volunteers also help women seeking an abortion pay for hotels, childcare and food. but today, president biden will talk about his administration's plans to fight inflation. gas prices have risen again in recent days, and economists expect new numbers out tomorrow will show that the rate of inflation is still high, but may have slowed down somewhat. the president is scheduled to speak at 8 30 this morning and we will have coverage of his remarks right here on morning sun, too. south bay democratic congressman ro khanna says the federal government needs to do more to help americans overcome the current inflation rates. he hosted a roundtable discussion with mom and pop grocery workers about soaring operational costs. oftentimes we get products and we don't we don't have, um what we order. so then you go without that product for a period of
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time, or you replace it with a different products that perhaps is not as well known with with the community so, therefore the results unless sales. one store owner says the price of milk has jumped 38% the nation's food price index has risen by more than 8% in just the past eight months. time is now 406 on the peninsula. dozens of evacuated people are now back home after a gas leak and al granada firefighters clear down homes along part of montecito avenue in el granada on the san mateo coast construction crew accidentally hit a gas line. it took several hours to be repaired. well it it is may but there is more snow in the sierra, and it's expected to continue on and off through tomorrow evening, caltrans is reminding drivers heading for lake tahoe or reno that they still need to be ready to put on those chains. the chp has been enforcing chain requirements as the weather changes since saturday, officers say that will continue until the show the snow
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stops late tomorrow night. no chopin alright, time is 407 homes and businesses. indonesia have water emergency on top of the shortages caused by california's drought. a pipeline broke at the beneath a water treatment plant and as ktb used, tom baker tells us, the city ordered a mandatory cutback in water use. sometime over the weekend, a critical water pipeline broke underneath the initial water treatment plant. like every city we struggle with aging infrastructure public utilities director says that caused a shortage. that forced the city to require all residents and businesses to cut their water used by 30% that's about 1.2 million gallons a day. this requirement could last for several days. it's very difficult pipe to fix its very old over 50 years, maybe 60 years old and we're working on fixing that right now by trying to bypass it and putting in a
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temporary fix activities such as car washing lawn, sprinkling, landscape watering or swimming pool filling. are prohibited. there's no danger in drinking the water, but in this situation , the pipe is buried under several layers of concrete with close by pipes and utility lines , which they do not want to interfere with. we don't have an exact timeline on when those long term fixes are going to be completed. water agencies amaro you've been asking for 10 to 15% reductions. to deal with the drought. but when you ask for 30% that's a very big ask. but the people have been isha are coming through. we're getting outstanding response and we're very appreciative of our customers and residents for being receptive to that. you just don't have the water stuff. and right now it's too windy to be warren stuff anyway. what do you car don't make no sense because your worst car off and just when both dirt oliver's i think we should cooperate. it's the right thing to do is probably going to have to do it anyway. because a shortage.
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because of the drought, really preparing us for what's ahead. bolero refinery is exempt because it uses non potable untreated water in its processes. tom baker, ktvu fox two news, all right. thank you. tom steve paulson is here it was we had some rain cold wind yesterday. what do we in store for today? i'd say a carbon copy . really is moving a little bit more showers. yeah and on more south today, it's already on the parts of the say mateo coast and heading towards santa cruz yesterday was more confined. there was hail up in santa rosa was that mendocino county lake county sonoma county are low is going to form a right over us. so that puts us in the eye. if you will, and you can see the activity. there will be a lots popping up later today. you may have son and windy conditions or you may get loose right in on the marine coast. you can see the kind of favoring towards half moon bay, granada on the san mateo coast. so that looks to be the theme. although i
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think later today it will be more focused inland. doesn't mean these projections are right , but you can see it's a little more down towards redwood city, san francisco, ben loman also napa fairfield forecast model picking up on something there. coming out of maybe napa county and solano county. a couple more inches of snow looks likely here before all is said and done. diablos cold up there. temperatures are really chilly here. temperatures checking in 30 degrees for this time may 10th ra that's really cold west 24. thirties already to the north and equal, see if more to the north. i mean, napa airports in their calistoga is 35. santa rosa's 36 cloud cover, keeping more 40 southward, but looking latin ville upper lake calc veldt, middletown, all near freezing or at their windsor's 36 runner, parks. 37 sonoma 37 even 41 point raised. the layout 41. those are cold cold lows, but the low forms hangs out for a day and then starts to kick out starting if not late tonight
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or early tomorrow morning, it'll just again. it's hit and missed . it's a broad brush forecast because it's impossible to pinpoint all where that's going to be fifties. for most of the attempts today, we'll take a look at that extended out looking about 10 minutes. you stay for today is the first full day of service for san francisco's newest supervisor. he represents. what hope is. hope for a new future hope for transformation. but more importantly, in knowing matt for so many years. what i appreciate is his willingness to build bridges to work together to make the hard decisions. and to focus on the work that's important to san franciscans. mayor london breed appointed matt dorsey to fill the vacancy on the board. after met heaney was elected to the state assembly. he has been working as director of strategic communications at the police department since 2020. dorsey says he has personally battled drug addiction. i want every san
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franciscan who struggles with addiction or alcoholism to have the same access to care. i had and to know that they have the support of a city that won't give up on them either. dorsey says getting more people into treatment will help address an array of other problems in the city, including street crime, retail theft and homelessness. now for 12, west coast ports, workers start negotiations with shipping companies. today we'll tell you why the union is already upset with shippers even before the negotiations start today. a noose was found on the stanford campus, and students say this is not the first time up next. how the university is responding.
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launching an investigation after a noose was found on campus. ktvu used lamonica peters reports. this is not the first time this has happened at the school. the potentially charged like hatred behind that is just unsettling. at 7 45 sunday night , stanford university officials say student affairs received a report of a noose hanging in a tree outside of brand or hall, a residence for undergraduate students. honestly i was kind of shocked when i first saw the email stanford says it sent an email to the entire university community alerting them about the noose incident on campus. hamad a freshman who says he lives in brenner, hall. believes the noose was spotted hanging from one of the trees just behind brenner. he says there are black students living there and that the residential hall is racially diverse. the university also released this statement, saying in part we cannot stay strongly enough that a news is a
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reprehensible symbol of anti black racism and violence that will not be tolerated on our campus. as a community, we must stand united against such conduct. and those who perpetrated bearing in mind that this is not the first time this has occurred at stanford in recent years. certainly disturbing information to hear doesn't necessarily make you feel comfortable on campus. stanford's department of public safety, responded to the incident and has since removed the news, keeping it as evidence . there's just so much division in our society these days, and it permeates everything. from the legal field to, um to pretty much you know any sort of any sort of academic or professional field. stanford says it has opened an investigation into the noose incident and that mental health services and support will be available to anyone who needs it. lamonica peters ktvu fox two news. thank you, lamonica. napa police are asking for help identifying a man who destroyed
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an american flag that was hanging on someone's front porch . security video shows that sound 10 o'clock last thursday night. the man used scissors to cut and rip apart the flag. investigators don't know his motive. if you do have any information you are asked to call napa police. proud time now 40 17 happening today a rally at the state capitol supporting legislation inspired by the free britney spears movement, the rally introduces a measure to reform probate conservatives. ships like the one britney spears was under for 13 years. her father controlled her finances, her personal life and medical decisions. last november . a judge ended that conservatorship. the proposed legislation would require the court to consider what's known as supported decision making instead of a conservatorship. no sdm lets people keep their decision making powers by choosing supporters like trusted advisors to help them make
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decisions. authorities in indiana's a and alabama corrections officer who helped an inmate escape killed herself as the authorities were closing in on them. that corrections officer vicki white was pronounced dead at the hospital hours after she and the murder suspect casey white was seen at a motel in indiana. us. marshals chased them and the pursuit ended when the marshals collided with their car. investigators say they never fired a shot. vicky and casey white have been on the run for a week and a half. he is never going to see the light of day again. and you know that's a good thing for not just our community, but that's a good thing for this country. the white is a convicted felon. he's facing murder charges. he's right now being treated for injuries suffered from that crash. authorities say vicky in casey white, we're not related, but they shared a special relationship. he's expected to be extradited back to alabama.
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strong and gusty winds are challenging firefighters in new mexico. they are battling a large wildfire that is the result of some smaller fires. merging together about 300 square miles have burned new evacuations were ordered on the north end of the fire as winds gusted up to 60 mph. this is a long term event it's getting in the country that is continues to be extremely inaccessible, unsafe for us to put folks in steep, rugged terrain. so in the end, you see that's in the wilderness that's moving further north. into some some of that type of country so it will continue to grow to the north. now authorities say at least 172 homes are destroyed with thousands of people evacuated. the fire started as a controlled burn, but got out of control because of those powerful winds , and it seems like the winds are strong across the country, including right here from chicago. do york. you know, we've had strong winds. it's a windy time of year, i guess lows
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dropping in and okay big moisture producers, but they create big wind events. so i mean, they weren't there in january, february and march here now. yeah you generate. these are wind producers. that's why i'm getting asked that myself. that's because of all these lows coming in and then when they clear the rockies they generate even more as they come out of the rockets and start to pick up golf moisture. shall we play a game? sure it's called. where's the high pressure system, although i'd probably put it right about there. where's the low pressures? oh, i'd put it right about there. so usually it's the other way around. usually it's over us, but not this time. 18 and truckee 24 style are we sure it's may that's pretty cold. even 55 down allows vegas and 38 up in ukiah all about santa rosa yesterday, or at least some parts of sonoma county child activity. hail reports numerous hail reports, especially western sonoma county, western santa rosa. now it's focusing a little bit from the marin county coast, but more on the san mateo coast. see how those systems are moving in. they'll take a more towards
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santa cruz as well. now for the morning, that will be the theme that in the afternoon will be anything goes anywhere, probably more inland. you need a little bit of a little heat little left and that will generate somehow towards i think eastern contra costa county. maybe solano county napa can a couple more inches of snow for the mountains will take it. it's all good. and it's really cold in the higher elevations, probably a record from may 10th on. i mean, how cold is it have to i'd have to go back and look takes a long time to research that at 30 degrees that's really, really cold. so if there's any available moisture could get some little snow on the higher peaks here forties fifties and thirties, more thirties to the north, but wanna creek's already 37 alamos at 38. it's close for many including castro valley, danville, even pleasant in dublin, down to 43, kensington and panel at 41 cold degrees as really brisk for this time of year, the low parks it right over us all day today and then starts to kick out, but really, it's a slow process here. and it's going to continue to linger . at least the effects of it
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probably all the way through wednesday, maybe thursday before we start to see it and noticeable rebound but fifties that's it for many are very, very low sixties today. cold mornings next couple of mornings , but then we'll get warmer friday saturday, but when you're in a pattern it's called and i have a rule of thumb when a pattern stuck. it's stuck. we'll get a couple of nice days. friday saturday. that's all important, but then it does look a little cooler going into sunday. right save time, this horse 20 to a new record for commercial vacancies in san francisco, the latest company to downsize its space and how that's affecting downtown san francisco. the warriors are on the verge of advancing to the western conference finals. we have the highlights from last night of how they came from behind and they had to do it without their head coach.
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conference semifinals, the warriors announced that head coach steve kerr tested positive for covid. he's now in the nba's health and safety protocols. so assistant head coach mike brown took over the coaching duties. and warriors had it was a sloppy , ugly first half, one of them in recent memory. curry fire thompson one dribble and j double team kick quarter. there was a lot of things happening last night. the warriors only had 38 points in the first half. but then they came on strong in the final quarter. steph curry led the way, including having 83 free throws. in the final minute . the warriors had 9 39 points in the fourth quarter, and they won the game 101 to 98. talking about historically bad shooting, and a lot of history, has made
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his named head coach twice. 24 hours. we got traded to the king's overnight. i don't know how to explain all this obviously happy for him. position code coach mike brown's expected to fill in again for steve kerr tomorrow night in memphis. if the warriors win, they are headed for the western conference finals to play either phoenix or dollars. if the warriors should lose, they come back to san francisco and chase center on friday for game six fans watching the game outside j centers say they're excited, very confident. that the warriors will take it to the next round. oh boy, do it. western conference finals five baby. and the fans told us they will be back to support the warriors at a watch party tomorrow night, right outside chasing well, today, one of the greatest players in san jose sharks history is expected to announce he is hanging up his
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skates. 42 year old patrick marleau, scheduled to an 11 a.m. news conference to discuss his future. no official confirmation , but speculation within hockey circles is that he will retire. now he's the nhl leader in all time games 1779 games. he is the sharks record holder. in most games, goals and points he started playing for the sharks in 1997 and spent almost his entire career there. a new federal program will make high speed internet more accessible to millions of low income families. president biden and vice president harris rolled out the affordable connectivity program in the rose garden. they say 20 internet companies have agreed to take part covering places where about 80% of americans live. the white house says 48 million households will be eligible for that program. for schoolwork, telemedicine standing starting a business and so much more. and we finally get connected reliability and affordably. president biden
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praised the companies taking part, which include comcast, at and t and verizon households are eligible. if they make about $55,000 a year or are taking part in certain assistance programs. time is 4 28. the police busy investigating dozens of properties in oakland within a 72 hour period, with those crimes have in common. and how the police are trying to stop them. clean up. but like tahoe a year long project ends today, the amount of trash drivers have so far found dumped in the so far found dumped in the water. ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. only at jack in the box.
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survived the pandemic. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for joining us here on mornings on two. i'm pam cooking and all in blue. that must mean something. good morning. i'm dave clark. it is a tuesday morning. it's may 10th a little nippy again this morning cold. yes, it's real cold fried. and steph curry is so cool. we were just a is a great comment about mike brown. this really was the whole team team. yeah, very cool. alright it's cold out there for us. santa rosa is 36 palo alto's 38. no yes. and it's 43 in san jose and livermore also had 43 degrees. a couple of little guys showers already popping up along the coast. mainly sam motto. the focus today will be a little bit farther south. so tuesday's gone with the win. san clouds and showers today and well below average on the temps. alright
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never below average, always above average is 80 better were same. what? tuesday's gone, huh ? i like that song. you know, it's a good time. thank you. leonard skinner did reference for 32. not bad, steve. good morning, everyone and let's go out and take a look at the commute. we don't have much going on. it's nice and light it just about to hit the road. however, i do want to mention that if you're driving on interstate 80, you will see some slowing at the construction zone right near gilman. now they've just opened that up, and things should be completely clear. but i just want to let you know that they could be. i actually don't think it is anymore. so that's good. traffic is looking good on 24 on 6 80 as well. 4 32. let's get back to the headlines. thank you, sal today, west coast, poor workers and shipping companies will head into more negotiations . the contract between the international longshore and warehouse union and the pacific maritime association. set to
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expire july. 1st court workers union is upset over a study last week from the shipping companies that promotes more automation at ports. 35 ships are currently waiting to unload their cargo at those ports. but it's far below the record high of more than 100 in january. well this morning to state lawmakers are calling for the president of sonoma state university to step down. it comes the same day as faculty members voted no confidence in judy sakaki over allegations that she retaliated against an employee who reported sexual harassment against skokie's estranged husband. now about one third of the faculty participated in the no confidence vote, which past democratic state senators bill dodd, who represents the district that includes the school, and mike mcguire, a sonoma state alumni are both calling for the president. to leave her job. time now for 33, a couple in santa rosa facing child abuse charges in connection with the death of a 15 month old girl. police were
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called to a home on sonoma avenue yesterday morning at 10 30 about a toddler who was not responsive. paramedics arrived. they took the toddler to the hospital. that's where she later died. police say they found what's believed to be fentanyl inside the home. the toddler's parents 26 year old evan frost, iq and 23 year old madison bernard were arrested. it is 4 34 happening today, a public safety committee for the city of oakland will consider a budget plan to provide more police funding to crack down on robberies now. the meeting today follows more than two dozen robberies across oakland during the past weekend. investigators say. in most of the cases, robbers were armed oakland business owners want more enforcement and accountability from the city. if they're not going to be accountable as far as deterrent to crime, getting people to stop doing it. they can at least pay when people do do it because they're putting businesses out of business.
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oakland police say they made at least three of rest tied to the weekend robberies, but many of those crimes have not been solved. the oakland police plan to increase patrols in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods. today, two senators will hold a news conference calling for the us to label russia, a state sponsor of terrorism. now republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senator richard blumenthal say the war crimes russian forces have committed in ukraine against civilians amount to terrorism. they are hoping to get a resolution designated russia a state sponsor of terrorism into the next financial aid package for ukraine. president biden signed a new law in the us designed to help ukraine everyday ukrainians pay with their lives and they fight along with against the atrocities that the russians are engaging in just beyond the pale and the cost of the fight is not cheap. but caving to aggression is even
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more costly. that's why we're staying in this. president biden made those comments about the conflict in ukraine just before signing the ukraine democracy defense lend lease act of 2022. the new law allows the u. s government to streamline the process of lending or leasing military equipment to the country. russian forces are now targeting the southern city of odessa with missiles. the ukrainian military says russia fired seven missiles from the air at odessa, hitting a shopping center and a warehouse. ukrainian officials also announced that they found the bodies of 44 civilians in the rubble of a building in the northeast. that was destroyed by russian shelling weeks ago. time is now 4 36, the most recognized landmark in france continues to be lit up in support for ukraine , the eiffel tower, shining blue and yellow, the colors of the ukrainian flag and a show of solidarity. the eiffel tower is following many other international landmarks also lit up in the colors of ukraine.
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other famous landmarks, including new york's empire state building and the london eye. and back here in the bay area. ukraine supporters used music to show solidarity concert of compassion was held last night in san francisco, and people packed the historic congregation shareef israel, listening to the classical music concert in support of ukrainian refugees, the proceeds from this special event we're going to three different charities helping ukrainian covid vaccination rate for wta employees has shot up after the agency threatened to fire non vaccinated workers, according to the mercury news. the south bay transit agency now has a 90% vaccination rate. that's up from just 78% about a month ago. wta is threatening to fire any driver or employee that does not get vaccinated, but there are reportedly nearly 100 holdouts
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who have not reported their vaccine status or received an exemption. we all remember how the government offered loans and aid to small businesses to help them survive through the earliest days of the pandemic will now we are learning just how much of that money may have been received illegally. the justice department now says it has information that at least $100 billion was fraudulently obtained. treasury department has they do not pay system well turned out. 57,000 loans were paid out in those first few weeks to individuals who are on the do not pay list. i think people made a conscious decision. we're going to get the money out. and if there's fraud, you'll chase it later. authorities have arrested hundreds of people for relief loan fraud and there are reports more arrests are expected. the inspector general says his oversight committee is scheduled to expire in september of 2025, but it could be extended if investigators need more time.
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alright our time is 4 38. some covid patients are relapsing after taking fighters antiviral pill now it's been pretty popular because of its at home convenience. however reporter jonathan sorry, says doctors are saying cases where people are coming down with covid symptoms only days after taking that pill , and this development comes as health officials warned of another surgeon covid. on the on the horizon. new covid-19 cases are ticking up nationwide, according to the cdc. the seven day average for new infections doubled over the last five weeks to about 71,000. now federal health officials are issuing a grim new projection for the pandemic. the us could see as many as 100 million covid infections during the fall and winter that would more than double the country's total case count some of the newer variants of the new immigrants sub variance. might lead to a bigger surge. health experts say a surge is possible given waning
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immunity from vaccines. there is also concern and increasing cases down south could exhaust the nation's supply of covid tests and antiviral medications . the white house has asked congress to approve $22 billion in covid relief money. what about pre paying for some booster vaccines that actually cover omicron? it's not coming out to the fall, and maybe not, by the time we need it. meanwhile authorities in shanghai are once again tightening covid restrictions. residents in several areas have been ordered to stay home even as cases decline, chinese health officials say are micron and its sub variants continue to dominate new infections. shanghai has been conducting genetic sequencing of the novel coronavirus samples. no new variant with stronger infectivity has been found. so far, the white house is expected to hold a second global covid summit on thursday in atlanta. jonathan serrie fox news.
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washington national cathedral honored the lives lost to covid with this special ceremony, the cathedral rang it's morning bill 1000 times once for every 1000 american covid deaths, johns hopkins university's as more than 998,000 americans. have died so far from covid. the identities of both victims in the plane crash in the marin headlands have been released. the marin county sheriff's office confirms 57 year old michael briar of sacramento was the second person in the plane. 52 year old jennifer fox, a mother, also from sacramento, was identified over the weekend . a friend tells us fox worked as an estimation and was always thinking of others. she made everyone feel like they were part of her family and. she will never be forgotten for that spirit that she holds in all of us. flight tracking data shows
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the light plane made some loops over the golden gate bridge before it went down in the marin headlands. aviation experts say the terms are very sharp, especially considering the heavy fog at the time. what today it is the final day of a year long cleanup around lake tahoe. divers have been picking up trash all along the entire 72 miles shoreline of the lake and out at least one quarter of a mile underwater. today's final dive so far. they have carried out more than 21,000 individual pieces of trash weighing a total of nine tons, organizers say the clean up the lake campaign was designed to keep the lakes reputation as one of the clearest lakes in the world. sometimes things might blow off your boat. or blow off your picnic area beach with try to grab that trash. keep it looking good right stuff. such a beautiful area. what a wonderful project that they went and
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cleaned that up. it's good for them. i mean, seriously? yes keep that clean. keep that clarity right. one of the most beautiful places on absolutely i agree, and it's also cold up there this morning. the water is cold. too cold, too, and water is cold here. as well in the upper forties truck. he's sitting at 18 cold degrees. well it is february. i mean, wait a minute. it's me. lake tahoe in south like thomas 24 uk is 38 crescent city's 38. and even down the last vegas and santa maria, and it's san joaquin valley. and these are some pretty cool temps for this time of year, speaking of sierra nevada, and like how still some snow showers looks like it's winding down, but another day. of more snow. we get some activity swinging, and yesterday was more about sonoma county, santa rosa, north up in the lake county. there was some dusting of snow, some of the higher peaks and lake county pretty good, rain up menacing mean mendocino county. now it's all focusing more towards marin, san francisco and also on the san
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mateo coast and santa cruz santa cruz mountains. so come on. now. that will be for the morning in the afternoon, and we'll get some pretty good buildups here, which might to put more, say napa county, solano contra costa and santa clara county more in the mix for the afternoon. still some snow showers will continue at least today tonight and probably early on wednesday. so maybe another 1 to 4 being forecasts. i think that was four inches of new snow. that'd be nice. the low is on its way to park itself right over us. and it's a cold even all forties in san francisco mid forties for most, so it's a brisk one. not only inland but also on the coast. a lot of 30 showing up and also thirties in the hills. 34 sonoma mountain, mount diablo, 30, ben lawman mountain 36 degree, you know, problem. you have to think i mean the freezing level over oakland yesterday was below 3600 ft. have a have a message into the weather service asking is that a record? a friend of mine said he could never remember that cold this late in the season thirties on attempts 35 calistoga 42
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palookas, but look at this. woodside atherton, stanford all upper thirties. lot of mid forties or low forties. even menlo park's at 41. so look for scattered showers here in the morning more towards the coast and then building up in the afternoon as that law says, you know what? i'm going to hang out here for a day and then kick out. but we will get activity. i think, at least for one more day, but this will be slow to move out. so we'll be easing into some warmer temps. today will be the coldest day fifties for most are very low sixties gradually warming up friday and saturday look good. but again, it doesn't look like anything hot but nice and warmer as we go into the end of the week, okay, steve time is 4 45, california leaders say they will defend the right to an abortion. still ahead, how the state will try to make sure low income women have access to an abortion. and vehicles designed for military combat are increasingly being used on bay area streets. the reason police departments are now required to be more upfront
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on g today, this sonoma county board of supervisors will debate a 45 day ban on new vacation rentals in unincorporated parts of the county. the temporary moratorium on new permits is a response to an increase in applications before new regulations take effect this summer. the proposed new rules include putting limits on the number of short term rentals allowed in some neighborhoods and banning new rentals. in others, nevado city council is set to consider changes to its program that closes downtown streets to traffic for events. council members will discuss reducing the closures to only happen on fridays between may and september last year ran into november. the council does want to make it easier to add new event closures in the future. san francisco's commercial real estate market is still being affected by the pandemic as much as 24% of offices in downtown
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san francisco are empty right now, business advocates say. that's the highest vacancy rate the city has ever seen, even beyond what things were like during the 2000 and eight recession, things could get worse before they get better. many companies are still moving forward with plans to downsize their office space. i'm hoping the businesses come back, and i'm hoping that you know, i think the real estate in san francisco so high and hopefully goes a little bit lower. even so, it's so much vacancy right now. the bay area council says office rents have fallen from $90, a square foot to $76, a square foot that's still high historically and compared to other similar markets nationwide and analysis by the. for one firm says some about 100,000 workers will need to return to san francisco to fill the current empty space. time is 4 49, a man in palo alto was arrested on suspicion of breaking into a goodwill store
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and stacking up items to steal. police officers responded last thursday night to a tripped alarm at that store on camino way, and they found an open door at the back of the building. and a 55 year old suspect. desmond state was inside. he was arrested on burglary charges at the time of the arrest. police say he was actually wearing a pair of stolen gloves from the store. place departments around the bay area are updating their policies on acquiring and using military style equipment. that includes things like the bear cat medevac, which is used to bring victims out from an active shooting situation. even before the shooter has been identified . a new state law now requires sheriff's offices or police departments to get approval from their city council or board of supervisors before requesting the equipment. they'll also have to provide annual reports on what equipment they have and how it's being used. type of equipment and vehicle as utilized oftentimes in a mass casualty incident, something
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similar to shooter some kind of terrorist event or terrorist incident where there is ongoing threat to the public. officials say, even though the military style equipment is not used on a daily basis, it's like a fire extinguisher. you hope you never have to use it, but when needed, no other tools can do the work it does in critical situations. time is 4 51 just three weeks from the beginning of the season, a may northeaster is leading to beach erosion at the new jersey shore. the beach community say they won't know the full extent of the damage until those winds died down later this week for three straight days, the coastal storm has brought strong winds. those gusts up to 40 miles an hour path. yeah. and mother nature gave some people in sonoma county a surprise. there was rain and even some hail. this is video from the santa rosa fire department. the hill lasted for
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several minutes before clearing not surprising. it was a very cold rain. yeah time is 4 52 steve paulson's back. i know we have a lot to talk about. but did you notice the moon this morning? i told it was beautiful. did not look up. yeah okay, well, you have other things on your traffic was a lot of traffic. i agree with you. it's amazing, all right. we will start up in the mountains are still getting some snow looks like they're getting a little break now before to pick up again later today 18 in truckee and 24 in south lake tile with 38 uk 38 crescent city. these are really cool temps as you know, for this time of year. even santa maria 41, speaking of the sierra, you can see there, right, calming down a little bit, but will pick up a little bit later. for us. the focus was north and south yesterday towards the santa clara valley. also up towards santa rosa. as you saw now it's more towards the marine coast, but even likely more towards the san mateo and santa cruz cause some of these showers coming down out of the northwest. but anything goes today is the low parks itself right over us, and it
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will be slow to move out. so in the morning more towards the west in the afternoon, i would think more inland is a better opportunity for the sierra. another wonder. four is forecast here between today tonight, and i'd say early wednesday before then it'll be on the lee side. probably tomorrow you can see how the entire system is dropping in black. we could sure use this in january, february and march. he would have had a lot more moisture with it because these are just they don't have a lot. mm forties in the city. i mean, it's a cool patterns inland. there's a lot of 30 showing up even on the coast. we're seeing 40 so you can see some thirties calistoga , santa rosa napa's in their wallet, creeks down to 37. there are many on the peninsula as well. also in the santa cruz mountains, also, morgen hills san martin app. toss the thirties. boulder creek felton, scotts valley. it's closed for santa clara, south san jose, and also campbell. even santa cruz in capitola, a cool 41. so if you're anywhere on the peninsula cemetery coast, santa cruz, santa cruz mountains, more activity and probably for you in the morning, although it's really kind of scattered, but as
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this low settles in, and it's a dynamic system with a lot of cold air, we will start to see some activity develop. later this afternoon again. this is just a broad brush. get nothing or you may get some pretty good reports of more rain and also some hail again today fifties sixties the coldest days today. cold lows will be with us on wednesday morning, gradually taking his out to thursday. then we'll start to warm up friday saturday, and it doesn't look like a big high pressure system. it'll still be okay but a little cooler sunday. right thank you. steve president biden delivers an important speech this morning on inflation of next to look at what he plans to say. a troubling discovery on the stanford campus. we're going to hear from students after another noose was found at the school. and elon musk says his life is being threatened who he believes wants him dead.
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earn is now underway in sonoma county after a woman was found dead at the bottom of a cliff over the weekend in sea ranch. now, crews responded to an area near bluff reach. at about 7 45 sunday night found the woman about 50 ft below the cliff. a rescuer confirmed that the woman was dead and a chp helicopter was called in to lift her body from the rocks. her identity has not been released. the death is under investigation. in nevada. more human remains have been found in las vegas. lake mead, you may recall last week a body was found in a barrel as the water levels continue to drop. the national park service got the call about new human remains on saturday. the medical examiner still determining a cause of death. the body found last week was a shooting victim from the seventies or eighties. those remains have not been identified. elon musk is making sure his twitter followers know his life may have been
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threatened. now the tesla ceo and spacex founder tweeted sunday. if i die under mysterious circumstances, it's been nice knowing you. the tweets in rents is in response to a message from the chief of russia's space agency, which must also posted on twitter. the statement says mask will be held accountable for connecting ukrainians to the internet through his starlink satellite company. we spoke with tmz's harvey levin about the apparent threat. now he didn't say we're going to kill you. but the russians have a long rich history of assassinating people . they don't like the russian government. and so in many ways, ellen is smart, because what he did was he smoked them out and said, hey, everybody, this is what happened. so if something happens to me, look there. no mask again likely is maybe not concerned, as the russian chief is reportedly known for those embellishments. in the philippines, the son of
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announced a dictator has brought his family name back into the highest office winning the presidential election. now, early results show ferdinand marcos jr had more than doubled the votes of his closest challenger, political analysts say marcos jr. presented no real policy platforms, but instead campaigned on a message of unity . his parents were toppled from power in 1986, accused of human rights abuses and widespread corruption. san jose mayor sam liccardo is asking the city to release emails that are at the center of a lawsuit accusing him of violating public records laws . the san jose spotlight is suing both the mayor and the city. the lawsuit, filed in february, accuses the city of refusing to release emails the mayor sent on a private account while conducting city business. the mayor's office says only the city council can approve releasing those emails and the plans to ask the council to do that, at tonight's meeting. we do have an update to a story we first reported last week about oakland animal services. the
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shelter had an unprecedented number of large dogs had run out of room to keep them. the shelter, says ktvu viewers helped to make its adoption weekend incredibly successful. 90 dogs, including 70. big dogs found homes. the shelter says it is grateful to find all of those dogs are place to go. apple officials from california water district say we are not saving enough water valley water in the south bay will debate a tough plan to crack down on homes and businesses that they claims are wasting water. in california leaders will tell us later today about the state's plans to protect abortion rights. the announcement comes as protests against the u. s. supreme court are getting louder. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. may 10
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want to check in with steve forecast? it sounds like we could get more of what we saw yesterday, which was cold and rainy, would think there would be better coverage today, though it was mainly north and south, but not much in between. but today it's more towards the coast and this afternoon will be inland areas. i would think solano county contra costa county will get in a little more than they had yesterday. it was still a cold, windy day lot of thirties around santa rosa's 36 paolo out to 38 room. seasonably cold for us. you can see some of that activity right now on the cemetery coast also down towards santa cruz as well, so some of that will pop up in the afternoon will be more inland areas well, well below average temperatures with upper fifties and low sixties. alright sounds here at 501. we good something new. what's it like out? there were good steve. things have picked up overnight construction in many areas is gone. and now we're just on light roads. i think a lot of people get on the road at this time, just because it is so light. and if you're driving to san francisco, this indeed is a good time to do it.
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no problems there from oakland. and speaking of oakland freeway system here looks pretty good as you can see on the maps and really in the entire east bay. we're off to a nice start. it probably won't stay this way for too long. but you do have a window right now. 502 let's go back to the headlines. thank you were happening today, members of the santa clara valley water district will debate cracking down on water wasters. the district's board of directors will talk about a plan to find homeowners who are not saving water. ktvu is james torres is joining us. you're outside the water district headquarters. tell us more about what they're talking about. good morning, james. good morning to you, dave. well it's all surrounds the threat of the growing california drought here and because of that, folks here at the valley water district will have a pretty important conversation later this afternoon. rules of water conservation have been in effect in the area since last year, but according to the district. very few people are doing their part last summer, officials told
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residents in santa clara county to cut their water used by about 15. they also asked city governments to limit household watering lawns just about two days a week, but most cities allow three days while others don't even enforce any restrictions and instead of water usage, declining for the last year. the water district reports water usage went up an additional 30. board members say sources for water are starting to run dry and it's becoming expensive buying additional water from federal suppliers. as a result, valley water ceo said in the past board meeting the district is now preparing to pass a two year budget for the first time in 20 years. there's plenty of things that we can't control. you can't control as a public agency, but there's many things that we cannot control as a public agency like climate change, but as a local government, if we can't control it outcome, we can still be prepared for the outcome. this afternoon, the board will fine tune a plan for water cops
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enforcement officers whose job will be to find people who aren't conserving enough water and hand out fines, possibly up to $500. that meeting today, set to start at one this afternoon. that's just iron out the plan, actually ratifying and approving the plan. won't happen for another two weeks. but those enforcement officers if this plan goes through could be in effect in your neighborhoods by the summer. we're live this morning in san jose. i'm james torres ktvu fox two news. james also happening today of virtual media briefing by state water officials about california's drought situation and why conserving water is so important experts with the department of water resources and the state water resources board will tell us the latest on the drought. after the driest january through march period on record we are following a developing story. police in valet who are investigating after at least three people were shot. it was first reported last night just before 8 30 on avian driving. each of the victims was shot at
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least once. at this point, we do not know their condition and we don't know if any arrests have been made. a seven year old boy is recovering after being shot on interstate 80 in vacaville that happened late yesterday afternoon on eastbound interstate 80 west of alamo drive. the chp says the child was in a rear seat of a honda accord when bullets hit the car several times. he is expected to recover from his wounds, and so far no arrests have been made in that case, and there's no word of a motive in the shooting. if you do have any information you're asked to call chp 505, california's attorney general, says he plans to defend abortion and reproductive rights in the face of the possibility roby wade could be overturned. attorney general rob bonta. behold a news conference today with legislative leaders talking about what california will do. in the face of quote unprecedented threats to abortion rights nationwide. also there will be talking about how they will protect access to reproductive health care for low
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income communities and communities of color, and the administration is now responding to a heated debate over abortion rights that turned violent. police in madison, wisconsin, are searching for the person who threw a molotov cocktail at the offices of a prominent anti abortion rights group. no one was hurt, but the offices were badly damaged. well i would say that we have been clear in the president's position has long been that we should not see protests that takes the form of violence that takes the form of vandalism and that threatens anyone that has long been his position for his entire career and continues to be his position. the white house says the federal government is increasing security around the homes of the supreme court justices ahead of the high court's expected ruling on roe versus wade is 506 leaders in the fight to protect the rights to an abortion gathered last night in san francisco about what california should do if and when the supreme court overturns
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roe versus wade. the speakers included jessica pink nick, executive director of access reproductive justice, who said volunteers in her organization are ready to start housing women who were seeking abortions, something that was put on hold during the pandemic. our volunteers can also volunteered to drive people to and from appointments and we will work to coordinate that care on our end, so we match volunteers in the area wherever you're coming from or wherever you're going to know , access, reproductive justice and its network of volunteers also help women seeking an abortion pay for hotels. childcare. and food happening today, president biden will talk about his administration's plans to fight inflation. gas prices have risen again in recent days, and economists expect new numbers out tomorrow will show the rate of inflation is still high. but it may have slowed somewhat now. the president is scheduled to speak at 8 30 this
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morning and we will have coverage of his remarks right here on morning. sun, too. south bay democratic congressman ro khanna says the federal government needs to do more to help americans overcome the current inflation rates. he hosted a roundtable discussion with some small grocery store workers about soaring operational costs. oftentimes we get products and we don't we don't have, um what we order. so then you go without that product for a period of time, or you replace it with a different products that perhaps is not as well known with with the community so, therefore the results unless sales one store owner says the price of milk has jumped 38% the nation's food price index has risen by more than 8% since last fall of oh, eight on the peninsula. dozens of evacuating people are back home now after a gas leak in el granada firefighters evacuated homes along part of montecito avenue in el granada. on the san
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mateo coast construction crew out there accidentally hit a gas line. it took several hours to be repaired. well it is may but there is more snow in the sierra , and it's expected to continue on and off through tomorrow evening. steve's been talking about this caltrain reminding drivers heading for lake tahoe arino. you still need to put those chains on if you don't have four wheel drive and snow tires, the chp has been enforcing those chain requirements as the weather changes since saturday, officers say that will continue until the snow stops. which will be late tomorrow night. that leads us to steve paulson. yeah catch some people, you know by surprise, because it's may that one guy we saw in shorts and flip flops and there's no on the ground. better late than never not enough. it sure helps delay things and that's all bonus here. it's also very cold here for us from 1/10 . in fact, our good friend chris
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henry as one of the coldest lows and a long time. 35 frosty degrees and morgan hill but coldest made morning since at least 1983 about that. that deserves a wow and yesterday was cool. cool on the high temps. san francisco only 57 oakland upper fifties can't field in redwood city all 58 59 santa rosa napa conquered in san jose. 61 to 63 i. it will be at least this cool today, if not a degree or two cooler 16 and truckee 24 south utah yukata crescent city's in the thirties, even monterey 44. 40 down in santa maria snow showers of ended but there's going to be some pretty good activity. you can already see some development taking place. look at this. so there's going to be some big time thunderstorms out to the valley. the focus for us, though, has moved southward after crazy wild day yesterday for many around santa rosa, especially west santa rosa with a lot of reports of hail, also dusting of snow and some of the higher peaks in
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lake county. mendocino county had pretty good rain as well. now we're looking more towards marine county, san francisco san mateo, down to santa cruz for the morning and then in the afternoon, i would focus on napa county, solano and santa clare kelly more inland areas. as we get the afternoon heating and the buildups still some snow probably ending late tonight tomorrow morning, but could be someone the least side as the low kicks out, so it will still be some snow up there until at least wednesday morning. the low will be right over smack dab over your house and mind today, thirties and forties on the tent. a lot of thirties here. wanna creeks at 36? there are many to the north, especially look. middletown's 32 opera lake 32. these are really impressive. and cold, cold, cold 38 in sonoma windsor's 35, sevastopol , 37 rohnert park 37. kelsey ville 33. i mean, you don't see this very often in may that's for sure. so not a lot of activity. kind of just, you know, kind of spotty showers here for the morning, but they'll pick up in the afternoon. is that low says you know what? i'm gonna hang out
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here for a day. then i'll eject out of here. but before it does, we could see some pretty good activity. popping up for the inland areas. there's just not a lot of moisture with this system, but there will be a lot of cloud cover developing later today fifties upper fifties sixties. that's it will start to kick it out wednesday, but it'll be a slow process to warm up. i'm not buying into the big warmup, it'll be warmer on saturday. but then it looks like he's up again. still nice on sunday, but a little cooler. okay steve. thank you. thomas 5 12, or today is the first full day on the job for san francisco's newest supervisor. he represents. what hope is hope for a new future hope for transformation. but more importantly, in knowing matt for so many years. what i appreciate is his willingness to build bridges to work together to make the hard decisions. and to focus on the work that's important to san franciscans. his name is matt dorsey. he was appointed by mayor breed to fill the vacancy on the board after matt haney
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was elected to the state assemblies. dorsey has been working as director of strategic communications at the police department since 2020. he also says he personally his battled drug addiction. i want every san franciscan who struggles with addiction or alcoholism to have the same access to care. i had and to know that they have the support of a city that won't give up on them either. dorsey also says getting more people into treatment will help correct many problems in the city, including street crime, retail theft in homelessness. west coast for workers will head into negotiations with the shipping companies today. up next we'll tell you why union members are upset even before those negotiations start news was found on the campus of stanford and students say it's not the first time either up next. how the university is responding to what happened.
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ande that was found on the stanford university campus. the university says it was found on a tree branch sunday night outside browner hall and undergraduate dorm for juniors and seniors. the discovery is causing concern and alarm among many stanford students. certainly disturbing information to hear doesn't necessarily make you feel comfortable on campus, potentially charged. like hatred behind that is just unsettling. stanford sent an email to students, letting them know the university has launched an investigation. this is the third time in three years the noose was found on the stanford campus. napa police are asking for help to identify that man who destroyed an american flag on someone's front porch. security video shows a man using scissors to cut and rip apart a flag at about 10 o'clock last thursday night. investigators
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don't know the motive. but if you know anything you are asked to call napa police now 5 16 happening today a rally at the state capitol supporting legislation inspired by the free britney spears movement. now the rally will introduce a measure to reform probate conservative ship like the one britney spear was under for 13 years. her father controlled her finances, her personal life and medical decisions. last november, a judge ended that conservatorship they proposed legislation would require the court to consider what's known as supported decision making instead of a conservatorship. sdm lets people keep their decision making powers by choosing supporters like trusted advisors to help them make decisions. what authorities in indiana, saying alabama corrections officer who helped an inmate escape killed herself as the authorities closed in on them. the white was pronounced dead at the hospital hours after she and the murder suspect casey white. we're seeing at a motel in indiana. u
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s marshals chased them, and the pursuit ended when the marshals collided with them. investigators say they never fired a shot. vicky and casey white had been on the run for a week and a half. he is never going to see the light of day again. and you know that's a good thing for not just our community, but that's a good thing for this country. but katie wide, is a convicted felon . he's facing murder charges. he's now being treated for injuries suffered from that crash with the us marshals. authorities say vicky and casey white. we're not related, but they did share a special relationship. casey white is expected to be extradited back to alabama. strong, gusty winds are challenging firefighters in new mexico. they are battling a large wildfire that is the result of smaller fires. merging about 300 square miles have burned new evacuations were ordered on the north end of the fire as winds gusted up to 60 mph. this is a long term event
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it's getting in the country that is continues to be extremely inaccessible, unsafe for us to put folks in steep, rugged terrain. so in the end, you see that's in the wilderness that's moving further north into some some of that type of country so it will continue to grow to the north. at least 172 homes have been destroyed and thousands of people are still evacuated. that fire started as a controlled burn, but got out of control because of the powerful winds. people in venetia still under temporary water restrictions until a broken water pipeline can be repaired critical pipeline at the venetia water treatment plant broke over the weekend. officials say the cause is likely aging infrastructure right now washing cars, watering lawns and landscaping or filling swimming pools is not allowed. residents and businesses are being asked to cut their water use by 30% and that requirement could last for several days. it's very difficult pipe to fix
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its very old over 50 years, maybe 60 years old and we're working on fixing that right now by trying to bypass it and putting in a temporary fix. officials say there is no danger and drinking the water. the massive laro refinery is exempt from the water restrictions because it uses untreated water and its process time is 5 20. steve paulson's back with much to tell you so today is going to be the coolest day of the week by far by far, that's i mean, there's a lot of thirties here showing up even at this early hour. penn groves 33 kenwood's 35 34 by. eastern santa rosa, outside of town, and there's 16 and 24 up in truckee and south lake taliek ia 37. there are many low thirties to the north and acenas county, also in the lake county. little bit of activity is died off for now up in the mountains. it'll pick up again later today, but this will be all about activity in the valley. i would not be surprised that there's some severe weather
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out to the sacramento valley. we will get some focus on the morning will be more towards the san mateo coast santa cruz coast, maybe a little bit on the marine coast. looks like it's so mostly going south versus yesterday when it was either southern santa clara valley or up around santa rosa. today looks to be the inland areas. i would think this afternoon we get a little heating. little lift so eastern parts of napa county, solano and contra costa and santa clara for the afternoon for the morning is more towards the san mateo coast. down to santa cruz. santa cruz mountains wonder four inches of new snow, possibly between now and probably tomorrow morning. the low is going to form right over us hang out for a day. and then slowly drift to the south. and then he checked out of the area here. 34 it's no. a mountain. mount diablo is 30 degrees with a west wind at 25, ben lawman mountain 35. i mean, really, amazingly cold temperatures. i know for some agricultural interest, probably not what you want to hear. but there are a lot of 30 santa rosa 37 napa airport 36 wallet creek is a 36 degrees. lot of thirties even east. now
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lafayette's in their walnut creek, alamo, danville castro valley are all in the upper thirties. martinez at 41 pinole at 41 with elsa bronte 42 chilly degrees. see the activity again . this is kind of hit mrs. they move inland. they kind of wash out and fall apart, but some scattered showers in the morning , but the afternoon is really where the buildups will take place as that low moves in and it will kick out starting slowly tomorrow. we're still looking for some activity hit and miss again on the shower activity or garden variety, but there could be more reports of hail today easily without any snow would be in the higher peaks. if you have enough moisture 50 sixties on the temps here, and by tomorrow we'll have a cold morning. gradually warming up, though, by friday and saturday. we'll get into some eighties, i think, submit eighties by saturday, look at that. all right. save time is 5 20 to a new record for commercial bank in season, san francisco will tell you the latest company to downsize its space and how that's affecting downtown san francisco. and the warriors, now on the verge of
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it't the golden state warriors, who, by the way one last night, just hours before game four against the memphis grizzlies in the western conference semifinals, the warriors announced that head coach steve kerr tested positive for covid. so now kerr is in the nba's health and safety protocols and assistant coach mike brown took over the coaching duties. and the warriors played one of their worst first half in recent memory. curry fire. thompson thompson double team at some point, they even playing like dave clark. i mean, it was rough . the warriors only had 38 points in the first half, but
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then they came on strong in the final quarter. steph curry led the way, including making eight free throws in the final minute . warriors had 39 points in the fourth quarter, and they beat the grizzlies, 101 to 98. talking about historically bad shooting, and a lot of history, has made his named head coach twice. 24 hours felt like we got traded to the king's overnight. i don't know how to explain how this obviously happy for him. er there's a big hug. mike brown is expected to fill in again for steve kerr tomorrow night in memphis. if the warriors win, they're headed to the western conference finals to play either phoenix or dallas. if the warriors should lose, they would come back to chase center friday night. for game six. well, today , one of the greatest players in san jose sharks, history and a great guy, too, is expected to announce he's hanging up his skates. 42 year old patrick
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marleau has called an 11 a.m. news conference to talk about his future is no official confirmation yet, but speculation is that he will retire. patrick marleau is the nhl leader in all time games at 1779. he's the sharks record holder in most games, goals and points, he started playing for the sharks back in 1997. and spent almost his entire career with the sharks. it is 5 27. the new federal program will make high speed internet more accessible to millions of low income families. the president biden and vice president harris rolled out the affordable connectivity program in the white house rose garden. they say 20 internet companies have agreed to take part covering places where about 80% of americans live. the white house says. it says 48 million households will be eligible for this program. for schoolwork, telemedicine standing a starting
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a business and so much more. and we finally get connected reliability and affordably. the president praised the companies who are taking part includes comcast, at and t and verizon households are eligible if they make about $55,000 a year, or they're taking part in certain assistance programs. it is 5 28 . the police still investigating dozens of robberies in oakland that occurred within a 72 hour period. what those crimes have been common and how the police are trying to stop them. and the cleanup head lake tahoe, a year long project that ends today, we'll tell you the amount of trash that's been pulled out of that
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down. the fbi, accusing many companies of covid fraud coming up and audit shows just how much money was illegally taken from a program to help businesses survived the pandemic. from ktvu . fox two news. this is mornings on two morning. thank you for joining us here on morning sun to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. tuesday morning. may 10th you felt the cold, cool air today. very cold. my imagination . steve paulson's here he'll tell you more about it. it's a very cold for us this time of year. no doubt about it. the coldest i've seen is 33 by qatari, but there's thirties from mendocino county all the way down to the santa cruz mountains. 36 sonoma county airport yet out by spring lake, it's 34 palo alto that's on the stanford campus is 39 in san jose, is 42. livermore is at 43 . so tuesday's gone with the wind today there will be a pretty good breeze picking up
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sun clouds. scattered showers, possibility of more hail reports again and well, well below average temps of upper fifties and low sixties. alright, salles here 5 31 picking up somewhere. we're still okay. about the only thing we have steve right now, or is he some stop and go? traffic is for our friends coming in. from tracy on 5 82. oh, five. heading this way, westbound. on 205 and also on 5 88 is slow. by the time he reached livermore. it should be good. and if you're driving from livermore, let's say to castro valley. you're in good shape. i do want to show you that chain restrictions are there if you're going to the sierra, here it is may and we have chain restrictions on 80 from nyack to the donner lake interchange and on 50. found twin bridges to myers, 5 32, let's go back to the headlines. all right. thank you. sal happening today, president biden will lay out his plan to tackle the rising costs of food, energy and housing. ktvu sally rasmus joins us now live with what the president
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wants to do about it. and the sense of urgency. ali pam. that sense of urgency is because of this november's midterm elections of recent cnn poll found that eight out of 10. americans are worried about inflation and think that the president isn't doing enough to slow it down earlier this year in march, the inflation rate was 8.5% which means the average cost of goods and services is nearly 9% more expensive now than it was one year ago. that's the steepest rising in the inflation rate in nearly 40 years at a roundtable event in newark yesterday, congressman ro khanna met with owners of several businesses, including a family owned food market to hear about how inflation is affecting their livelihoods. and their customers. by having higher prices and then fasten those costs to the community. um in our community spends less they are having a hard time to come in and purchase. um, older require necessities that they have. also when you can have a
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hard time getting that supply as well. now some of the things president biden plans to talk about today and his plan to slow down inflation, releasing one million barrels of oil per day from the strategic petroleum reserve for the next six months. that's in an effort to hopefully lower gas prices allowing medicare to negotiate drug prices in capping the price of certain things like insulin, providing more than $1 billion in covid-19 relief to small businesses and agricultural workers. it's another program. the president is expected to outline all of this will be happening in will be discussed. from the white house at 8 30 our time and we will be covering it here at ktvu. david pam will send it back to you. all right. thank you. ali happening today, west coast ports, workers and shipping companies will head into more negotiations now the contract between the international longshore and warehouse union and the pacific maritime association is set to expire july. 1st the poor workers union is upset over a study last week from the shipping companies that promotes more at the ports. 35 ships are
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currently waiting to unload their cargo at those ports, but it's far below the record high of more than 100 in january. also this morning, stu two state lawmakers are calling for the president of sonoma state university to step down. it comes the same day that faculty members voted no confidence in judy sakaki over allegations that she retaliated against an employee who reported sexual harassment against the rockies estranged husband now about one third of the faculty participated in the no confidence vote, which passed democratic state senators. bill dodd, who represents the district that includes the school, and mike mcguire is sonoma state university alumni are both calling for the president to leave her post. our time is 5 35. a couple in santa rosa is facing child abuse charges in connection with the death of their 15 month old daughter. police were called to a home on sonoma avenue yesterday morning at 10 30 about a toddler who was not
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responsive. paramedics got there and took the toddler to the hospital where she later died. police say they found what's believed to be fentanyl in that home. the toddler's parents 26 year old evan frost iq in 23 year old madison bernard were arrested. what happening today, a public safety committee for the city of oakland will debate a plan to give more money to the police to crack down on robberies at the meeting follows more than two dozen robberies across oakland over the weekend , investigators say. in most of the cases, robbers had guns. oakland business owners want more accountability and enforcement from the city. if they're not going to be accountable as far as deterrent to crime, getting people to stop doing it. they can at least pay when people do do it because they're putting businesses out of business. oakland police say they made at least three arrests tied to those robberies over the weekend, but many of the crimes are not solved. oakland police plan to increase their patrols in some of the hardest hit
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neighborhoods. today two senators will hold a news conference calling for the us to label russia, a state sponsor of terrorism. republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senator richard blumenthal say the war crimes russian forces have committed in ukraine against civilians amount to terrorism. they are hoping to get a resolution designating russia, a state sponsor of terrorism into the next financial aid package for ukraine. russian forces are now targeting the southern city of odessa with missiles. the ukrainian military says russia fired seven missiles from the air at odessa, hitting a shopping center and a warehouse . ukrainian officials also announced they found the bodies of 44 civilians in the rubble of a building in the northeast that was destroyed by russian shelling weeks ago. no time is flying 37 the eiffel tower in france, shining the colors blue and yellow, the colors of the ukrainian flag in a show of solidarity with ukraine. here it
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is. the tower is following the example of many other international landmarks lit in ukraine's national colors. other famous landmarks include new york's empire state building in the london eye. mm hmm. back here in the bay area. ukraine to borders used music to show their solidarity concert of compassion was held last night in san francisco people practice synagogue to hear a classical music concert in support of ukrainian refugees. it will benefit three different charities that are helping ukrainians. the justice department now says it has information that at least $100 billion was fraudulently obtained from its ppe p loan program. the money was set aside to help small businesses pay for operation costs during the pandemic. businesses could apply for those funds that could then go towards rent wages or utility costs. many of the money
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illegally obtained went to accounts that already had red flags. the treasury department has a do not pay system well turned out. 57,000 loans were paid out in those first few weeks to individuals who are on the do not pay list. i think people made a conscious decision. we're going to get the money out. and if there's fraud, you'll chase it later. authorities have arrested hundreds of people for relief loan fraud, including people here in the bay area, the inspector general says investigations and arrests could continue for years. time is 5 39 . there are new reports that some covid patients still have symptoms even after they take fighters antiviral pill, but doctors say it's just a small number that's effective. it's especially concerning now that some health officials are warning there could be another covid surge happening now, the cdc says a number of new infections has doubled in the last five weeks that pays, officials say the u. s could see as many as 100 million covid
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infections this fall in winter. some of the newer variants of the new european immigrants. sub variants, um, might lead to a bigger surge. now some health experts say the surge maybe from the diminishing benefits that come from vaccines, for whatever reason. the big concern is, if the new case projections are accurate, that would be more than double the nation's total number of virus cases. mhm. and the washington national cathedral, honor the lives that were lost to covid with a special ceremony. the cathedral rang it's morning bill 1000 times once for every 1000 american covid deaths. johns hopkins university's has more than 998,000. americans have died so far from covid. well today is the final day of a year long cleanup around lake tahoe. divers have been picking up
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trash along the entire 72 miles shoreline of the lake there out at least one quarter of a mile underwater. today is the final dive to pick up trash, and so far they have carried out more than 21,000 individual pieces of trash weighing a total of nine tons. organizers say the clean up the lake campaign was designed to keep maintain to maintain the legs reputation as one of the clearest lakes in the world. it is absolutely beautiful, and it's heartbreaking to think about trash. hopefully not purposely left behind. i'm sure things get blown into the water. it's quite windy there, but you're not having that. pick up your trash . steve right. do jesus you do for ah, congrats to them for doing that. yeah well done, well done work, and we all appreciate it. i don't know if you appreciate cold lows, some agricultural interest, maybe a little nervous there, but for us
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. these are amazingly cold tabs here. custody 33 santa rosa. that's out by spring lake 34, kenwood's 35 napa airport. 36 lucas valley, 37 lafayette, saratoga in palo alto, i'll between 37 38 39 degrees. these were the highs yesterday. san francisco 57 to san jose 63 with oakland canfield, redwood city, santa rosa napa and conquered all in between concord, 62. on may 9th this hard to believe. i mean, that's that's just hard to believe. but that's what it was still some snow but kind of tapering off for now, but some activity you can already see some activity popping up just to the northeast of chica. there's going to be some pretty good activity in the valley today, no doubt about it. the focus right now, though, has gone from santa rosa and down towards santa clara valley, where it was yesterday. more towards along the coast cemeteries, senators coast, but by this afternoon, things will be popping up over the inland areas that we get that afternoon heating so there could be some more reports of hail. you know, i would think some severe weather out to the valley. they usually that's the
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best case scenario out there and get better. better lift out there inched another four inches of snow. is forecast and speaking of cold back down, we go on those water temps. bodega bay bowie temp is 49 san francisco bowie temp is 49 might even get a little colder here as we get the northwest breeze that generates the upwelling. and speaking of cold air aloft for this time in may, 10th is just hard to believe. 30 degrees at mount diablo with a western northwest wind and 22 mph. burisma form right over us your house and mind today, so already thirties here for many thirties forties on the temps. there are many thirties on the peninsula. stanford's 39 woodside 39. atherton was now there are 40 menlo park at 40 and elgar. not on the coast is a cool 41 with mid forties around san mateo, belmont foster city in redwood city, san carlos. so a couple of scattered showers again towards san mateo coast for the morning and santa cruz santa cruz mounds , but by this afternoon, i would keep an eye on things to the e,
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especially napa county, solano, contra costa, santa clara. and also up in the mountains again. they'll get some more snow tonight into tomorrow fifties on the temps or very low sixties. better weather is on the way, but really not until thursday friday. i see. thank you all rise in new deadly synthetics drives has forensic experts pretty concerned about this? the reason why they're worried about what's called frankenstein opioids vehicles designed for military combat on area streets up next police departments. are now required to be more transparent about the need for that
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i te sonoma county board of supervisors will debate a 45 day ban on new vacation rental approvals in unincorporated
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parts of the counter. the new rules take effect this summer that would include putting limits on the number of short term rentals allowed in some neighborhoods and banning new rentals and others. sonoma county is seeing a big increase in applications by people trying to get approved before the new rules take effect. f a 45 day ban is approved, it will prevent any more rental properties from being grandfather did under the current guidelines. today the nevada city council is set to consider some changes to its event planning now the living streets program lets the city shut down streets for things like the first friday celebration and to make the area more pedestrian friendly. the council will discuss cutting the closures back to only fridays between may and september last year was scheduled to run through october. it was even extended into november. the council also wants to make it easier to add new event closures in the future. san francisco's commercial real estate market is still being affected by the
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pandemic as much as 24% of offices in downtown san francisco are still empty right now, business advocates say that's the highest vacancy rate. that there has ever been beyond what things were like during the 2000 and eight recession, things could get worse before they get better. many companies are still moving forward with plans to downsize their office space. i'm hoping the businesses come back , and i'm hoping that you know, i think the real estate in san francisco so high and helpful, it goes a little bit lower. even so, it's so much vacancy right now. the bay area council says the cost to rent a commercial space has dropped about 20% that's similar compared to markets nationwide and analysis by a research firm estimates. some 100,000 workers will need to return to san francisco offices to fill the current vacancy. space time is 5 48. a man was arrested in palo alto, suspected of breaking into a goodwill store and stacking up
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items to steal. on thursday night. police responded to a tripped alarm at the store on camino way they found the door open in the back, and they found a suspect desmond stites inside . he was arrested on burglary charges at the time of the arrest. police say he was actually wearing a pair of gloves stolen from the store. police departments around the bay area are updating their policies on acquiring and using military style equipment. that includes things like the bear cat med vac, which is used to bring victims out from an active shooting situation. even before the shooter has been identified. a new state law now requires sheriff's offices or police departments to get approval from their city council or board of supervisors before requesting the equipment. they will also have to provide annual reports on what equipment they have and how it is being used. this type of equipment and vehicle as utilized oftentimes in a mass casualty incident, something similar to shooter some kind of
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terrorist event or terrorist incident where there is ongoing threat to the public. officials say, even though the military style equipment is not used on a daily basis, it's like a fire extinguisher. you hope to never have to use it, but when needed , no other tools can do the work it does in critical situations. 5 50 doctors at stanford university testing a new treatment for people with parkinson's disease. that could slow down or even reverse some of the symptoms. now take a look. it's vibrating gloves designed to counteract many of the worst symptoms of parkinson's helping not only with the tremors to go with parkinson's, but also with speech walking and balance problems. the doctors leading the program say the gloves actually tricks the brain into forgetting it's abnormal patterns. i think it's just the start. just the beginning. you can do a lot of very, very mild type of intervention and you do not need to treat invasively.
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now so far, stanford study of these gloves has had promising results. patients who previously had trouble even walking are actually doing better. some can now run and complete an obstacle course at the gym while wearing these gloves. that's wonderful, fascinating. it really is. we hear more and more people diagnosed with parkinson, so the research being done we had that early morning traffic headache for many of us on interstate 80. how's everything? look right now it's open now. i mean, did it. how long did it set you back? if i may ask, i mean, it's three a.m. but it's still set me back about 10 minutes because there aren't a lot of cars out there at that time of morning, but when you have to filter down to one lane yeah. and then you have a few rude people who think that they don't have to wait in line with everyone else. they just want to sneak onto the last minute. get out of here. there are no people know who you are
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out there. come on now. all right. good morning, everyone at the home. my god, i am shocked. there's gambling in this casino. alright let's go out and take a look at the commute now at the bay bridge toll plaza, you can see it's going to be a little bit slow, but not that slow. it's beginning to turn a little bit. i think when the media in lights come on, and maybe, in fact, check if they have. that's when things are metering lights have been turned on here so we might see a little bit of a backup. if you are driving on interstate 80. it looks pretty good. again i mentioned this yesterday. now that it's light early. i think it helps us out with the commute better. visibility is always a good thing when it comes to driving the bay area 5 52. let's bring steve back in here with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. how are you all good. sounds good. steve. there you go. we will start up in truckee. why because it's 12 degrees up there . now this work january february , but it's may 10th that's pretty cold. south lake tahoe 24 . sacramento's down to 42 uk is
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37 crescent city. 38 degrees there. uh are you gonna move or not? hold on. hold on. computer has a mind of it. there we go. the activity yesterday was upwards, santa rosa county, mendocino county or down towards the southern santa clara valley . today it's more focused a little bit on the marine coast, but more on the san mateo and also towards the santa cruz mountains. inland though, will be the focus later this afternoon. as we get some pretty good buildups, the upper lowest coming right over us. it's right smack dab over us and so anything goes by this afternoon with his very cold core system. still some snow in the mountains about 1 to 4 inches of snow between now and probably tomorrow morning, then we'll be on the drier side, but you can see the circulation and as it decides to park itself over us, we get some really cold temps here a lot of thirties here forties on attempts. 35 felton scotts valley is 35 aptos 38. santa clara campbell, south san jose, morgan hill and san martino all in the thirties. quite cold here for us for this
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time of year. you can see some of that scattered shower activity. there's not a lot there could be a couple little showers kind of skirting along the coast. but by this afternoon, i think we'll get the development taking place here. we could get again. another round of hail this time, probably more towards the napa county, solano, contra costa, santa clara county, more so than others. fifties and attempts very, very cool. well below advertised. good. 15 almost 20 degrees for some kicking out the system ever so slowly. we will get warmer weather, especially friday and saturday. alright see ? thank you, tom is 5 54 will the east bay cherry picking season pam, get started early. nice want to go get some time to do it is right now. danny land, musk says his life is being threatened the message he sent and who he believes is behind the (beatrice) my son didn't know i smoked. he saw me out the window and the next day there was this letter asking me to quit smoking. the thought of my boys not having me around... i can't, i'm sorry. (announcer) for free help, visit cdc.gov/tips.
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morn found in lake mead. last week, a body was found in a barrel there is water levels keep dropping. the national park service was called on saturday about the new human remains of re found the cause of death still being determined. of the body found last week was a shooting victim from way back in the 19 seventies or eighties. those remain still have not been identified. elon musk is making sure his twitter followers know his life is being threatened. the tesla ceo in spacex founder
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tweeted on sunday, quote if i die under mysterious circumstances it's been nice knowing you. his tweet is in response to a message from the chief of russia's space agency, which mask also posted on twitter. that statement said moscow will be held accountable for connecting ukrainians to the internet. through his starlink satellite company. we spoke with tmz's harvey levin about the apparent threat. now he didn't say we're going to kill you. but the russians have a long rich history of assassinating people . they don't like the russian government. and so in many ways, ellen is smart, because what he did was he smoked them out and said, hey, everybody, this is what happened. so if something happens to me, look there. elon musk's mom responded to his tweet saying, that's not funny. musk answered. sorry, i will do my best to stay alive. time as well. 5 58 we have an update for you in the story we told you
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about last week about oakland animal services. the shelter had a huge number of large dogs and ran out of room to keep them anymore. shelter officials say ktvu viewers you helped make its adoption weekend. incredibly successful 90 dogs, including 70 big dogs were adopted. shelter officials say they're grateful to find homes were all of those dogs. that's great news. send us your photos of your new new newly adopted dog breakers race returns this weekend, local transit agencies are providing special services for the runners. bart has four special trains into san francisco. they will come from millbrae, pleasant hill, dublin and el cerrito del north stations. the first train starts at 6 20. the sunday morning it will have limited stops. regular bird service begins at about eight o'clock. the drought that we're in the middle of this truly unprecedented. cracking down on wasting water in the south bay
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will tell you about new finds that they could be on the way for people who are not saving water. and new accusations of sexual harassment against the former official in the east bay . what an investigation into the former oakley police chief has uncovered from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook tuesday morning. may 10th and we head into probably another cool , rainy for more of us. i think steve says right will be a better opportunity today than yesterday. yesterday was north santa rosa and also in the southern santa clara valley. today more widespread here is the low parks it right over so it won't take long, very cold air not only at the surface but also a loft. we're seeing 30 serious. santa rosa 36 palo alto 39. even san jose is at 42. the lowest is really forming right over the bay area's the wind will pick up so tuesday's gone
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with the breeze if you will, or the wind which will be a factor later today, son cloud showers possible more reports of hail later today and really cool for us upper fifties and low sixties. six o'clock in the morning. that's usual and things pick up highway four somewhere else. well, highway four does have some slowing. steve that's a spot on right there. i do want to mention something that just came in. westbound 24 on the connector ramp to 5 80 westbound so coming from at the bottom of the hill, right near the macarthur, bart station when you try and do this, essentially, there is a either accident or a stalled vehicle, something blocking that ramp. and all of a sudden we have slow traffic there at the bay bridge. we don't have a big backup, but those metering lights are on, so we're going to get one pretty soon. once you get into or onto the bridge, it looks good and just a few minutes we're going to take a look at some of the other east bay commutes 601. let's go back to the desk. all right, sal. thank you. well, members of the santa clara valley water district will meet today they're going to debate
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ways to crack down on water wasters district board of directors will talk about a fine for homeowners who are not saving water. ktvu is james torres. you're at the water district headquarters in san jose. tell us more about this plan and why it's needed. good morning j. good morning to you, dave. and that conversation is going to happen here later this afternoon, right here at the headquarters of the valley water district. and it could mean that you could pay a couple $100 for not saving enough water. the growing threat of the california drought. is the big reason for that rules of conservation has been in effect in the area since last year. but according to the valley water district, very few people are doing their part. it all started last summer, officials told residents in santa clara county to cut down their water use. by about 15% they also asked city governments to limit household watering to just about two days a week. most cities still allow three days a week while others don't really enforce any restriction. and instead of water usage, declining from last year, the water district reports water
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usage went up an additional 30% board members say sources for water are starting to run dry and it's becoming more expensive , buying additional water from federal suppliers. as a result, valley water ceo said in the passport meeting, the district is now preparing to pass a two year budget for the first time in 20 years. the drought that we're in the middle of this truly unprecedented and the need to purchase emergency water supplies for silicon valley is absolutely critical for our region. critical and limited this afternoon, the board will fine tune a plan for water cops enforcement officers, they say whose jobs will be to find people who aren't conserving enough water and they will be responsible for handing out fines, possibly up to $500. that meeting set to start at one this afternoon. that's just iron out the plan in order to actually approved and ratified the plan. that won't happen at a future board meeting that's going to happen in about two weeks, but those enforcement officers if
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that plan goes into effect could be seen in your neighborhoods coming up in the summer. we're live this morning in san jose. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you. also happening today of virtual meeting media briefing by state water officials about california's drought situation and why conserving is so important. experts with the department of water resources and the state water resources board will tell us the latest on the drought. after january through march was the driest period on record. california's attorney general says he plans to defend abortion and reproductive rights in the face of roe versus wade, possibly being overturned. now attorney general rob bonta is holding a press conference today with legislative leaders to talk about what california will do in the face of quote. unprecedented threats to abortion rights nationwide. they also are set to talk about how they will protect access to reproductive health care for low income communities and communities of color. well
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leaders in the fight to protect the rights to have an abortion gathered last night in san francisco about what california should do if and when the supreme court overturns roe versus wade. now the speakers included jessica pink leg, executive director of access reproductive justice, who said volunteers in her organization are ready to start housing women seeking abortions, something that was put on hold during the pandemic office at least once a week. our volunteers can also volunteered to drive people to and from appointments and we will work to meet that care on our end. so we match volunteers in the area wherever you're coming from or wherever you're going to know. access reproductive justice and its network of volunteers also help women seeking an abortion. pay for hotels, childcare and also food. it is now 605 happening today, a rally at the state capitol supporting legislation inspired by the free britney spears movement. the rally
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introduces a measure to reform probate conservative ships like the one britney spears was under for 13 years, her father controlled her finances, personal life and medical decisions. last november. a judge ended that conservatorship now the proposed legislation would require courts to consider was known as supported decision making instead of a conservatorship. sdm lets people keep their decision making powers by choosing supporters like trusted advisors to help them make decisions following that. developing story out of alejo police are investigating a shooting that involved at least three victims. the gunfire was first reported shortly before 8 30 last night on avian drive. investigators say each victim was shot at least once. but at least at this point, there is no word on their condition. it's not clear if there had been any arrests yet in that case. and a seven year old boy is recovering after being shot on interstate
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80 in vacaville that happened late yesterday afternoon on eastbound 80, west of alamo drive. the chp says the child was in the rear seat of a honda accord when bullets hit the car several times. he is expected to recover from his wounds. so far, no arrests have been made, and there's no word of a motive in that shooting. if you have any information you're asked to call the chp 607 new this morning. we're learning that the former police chief in oakley was fired after an investigation found evidence of sexual harassment. the east bay times reports and outside investigator pound former chief dean cappelletti. was accused of inappropriate touching sexual remarks and more . he was put on leave after those allegations last fall. he was fired months later in november. cappelletti denied the allegations. federal law enforcement and health agencies are now warning about a strain of synthetic drugs. now they have nicknamed them frankenstein
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opioids. they say they are far more powerful and dangerous than they already deadly drug fentanyl. authorities say a form of these drugs have been around on and off again for 70 years, but they're starting to show up again. a spike something new. uh frankly, something kind of worrisome these things that are produced on the black market and they're they're really in a lot of ways chemistry experiments. this all comes after one of the deadliest years on record for drug overdoses in the united states. federal agencies report synthetic drugs played a major role in those deaths last year. your time now. 608 people. indonesia you're still under temporary water use restrictions until a broken water pipeline can be fixed a key pipeline at the venetia water treatment plant broke over the weekend, officials say the reason is probably it's just old, aging infrastructure. so right now, activities like washing cars, watering lawns and landscaping,
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even filling up a swimming pool not allowed in venetia. residents and businesses are being asked to cut back water use by 30% and this requirement could continue for several days. it's very difficult pipe to fix its very old over 50 years, maybe 60 years old and we're working on fixing that right now by trying to bypass it and putting in a temporary fix. officials say there's no danger if you drink the water, the huge valero refinery back there is exempt from the water restrictions because it uses untreated water for its process . today is the first full day of service for san francisco's newest supervisor. he represents. what hope is. hope for a new future hope for transformation. but more importantly, in knowing matt for so many years. what i appreciate his willingness to build bridges
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to work together to make the hard decisions. and to focus on the work that's important to san franciscans. mayor london breed appointed matt dorsey to fill the vacancy on the board after matt haney was elected to . he n working as director of strategic communications at the police department since 2020. dorsey says he has personally battled drug addiction. i want every san franciscan who struggles with addiction or alcoholism to have the same access to care. i had and to know that they have the support of a city that won't give up on them either. now dorsey says getting more people into treatment will help address an array of other problems in the city time now, 6 10 count train is delaying several planned fare hikes in an effort to entice more people to ride caltrain. the board of directors voted to delay a pair of 5% fare increases that were due to begin in 2023 2025. they will not be
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pushed back a year. two other fare hikes for the summer and the summer of 2024 will also be pushed back a year. alright we're talking about that snow, even though it is may we want to show you some new images from the cisco grove area this morning in plaster county along interstate 80 take a look. looks kind of like january february, maybe caltrans reminding drivers heading for the lake tahoe area or if you have to go over to reno, you still need to be ready to put on those chains. if you don't have four wheel drive and snow tires, the chp has been enforcing those chain requirements. since saturday. look at the snow on the cars there. wow that's a good amount of snow. officers say that will continue until the snow. let's up. that will be late tomorrow night. so be advised. it's ah. very nice as steve has been saying better late than never say we'll take it anytime pals here. he's watching everything related to the commute. how do we look now? well you know, you just did that snow story there.
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david, pam, 80 and 50 both to have chain restrictions. 80 is from nyack to the donner lake interchange, which is basically truckee and 50 has between twin bridges and myers. let's go out and take a look at what we have here with the morning commute. how we four is going to be slow. if you are driving on highway four, heading out to the bay point area, nothing unusual about that. it's just is slow as you drive through the area. there have been some slow issues here. westbound 5 80. i'm sorry. westbound 24 getting up to 5 80. there's 12 vehicle on a very important ramp. trying to get over to 5 80, so that's causing slowing coming down the bottom of the hill here in 24, near the macarthur bart station, bainbridge has a little bit of a delay here at the toll plaza. 6 12. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal on the campus of stanford university will tell you how students are reacting to a noose that was put on a tree near a dorm famous california
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tourist destination is about to reopen at your home. pam tell you what will be different at hearst castle. fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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offy are condemning whoever hung a new south side of an undergrad residents on campus. ktvu is andre senior is here now and investigations underway. now what's the latest? andres sure is date sunday night, stanford students affairs received a report of that noose outside brenner hall and officials say they sent out an email to the entire university community. the school also released a statement saying, quote we cannot state strongly enough that a noose is reprehensible symbol of anti black racism and violence that will not be tolerated on campus. people we talked to say there are black students living in brenner hall that it's racially diverse. other students say it's on sudden to have something like
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this happened on campus. honestly i was kind of shocked when i first saw the email, certainly disturbing information to hear doesn't necessarily make you feel comfortable on campus. well, stanford says it has mental health services and other support available to students, staff and educators who feel it could help them. one of the students told us she has never felt like there was racial tension on campus, but it's a reality in current society. there's just so much division in our society these days, and it permeates everything from the legal field to pretty much you know any sort of any sort of academic or professional field. stanford's department of public safety took down the news, and it's preserving it as evidence as it continues and investigation. equitably pam. alright, thank you, andre. a new poll finds most californians now feel tuition at state universities is too expensive. the poll was commissioned in part by the times and find 60% of california and say they believe you see, schools are
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unaffordable, 55% said the same about csu schools, californians are also about evenly divided on whether they believe a four year degree is valuable. in response , the uc system said it believes a uc degree is still the most valuable investment option available to californians. time is 6 17. a new federal program will make high speed internet and more available to millions of low income families. president biden and vice president harris unveiled the affordable connective itty program in the white house rose garden 20 internet companies have agreed to take part covering places where about 80% of americans live. the white house says 48 million households will be eligible for it. for schoolwork, telemedicine standing starting a business and so much more. and we finally get connected reliability and affordably. president biden praised the companies that are taking part, including comcast,
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at and t and verizon. the householder eligible if their earnings are at or below, twice a federal poverty level making about $55,000 a year or taking part in certain assistance programs. cherry picking season is earlier than usual this year in brentwood. it normally begins just about a week from now, but most cherry farms in brentwood opened at the end of april due to the mostly warm and dry weather this spring. watch families out and about many farms. customers can pick the cherries themselves and the farms in brentwood expect to have plenty of flesh fresh cherries available, but only for a few more weeks. you do that, too? don't i love all the you pick farms. you can look up. you pick many times of year in the father's apples, and it's fun thing to do. yes, okay. it's also good to listen to sound. castaneda he knows about your morning commute. you've been busy this morning. yeah, i think i went to one of those clayton places to pick cherries. it was a lot of fun. and yes, dave, i
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have been busy. we have some busy traffic out there. let's start with highway four. westbound as you drive out to the bay point area. you can see that traffic is slow, which is typical 6 80 still looks decent. and then we have 5 80 slow traffic here on 5 80 at 24 because of a stalled vehicle on the ramp, so if you're driving down to pass that macarthur bart station on 24 there are some slow traffic slower than usual trying to access 5 80 westbound . this is a look at the bay bridge. there's some slow traffic there unless you're in the carpool lanes and on the richmond bridge, we're looking pretty good. as we continue here , i can just bring up a couple of more pictures, not a terrible commute. there are some slowdowns, but we're okay. we're going to check out that stop. it can be coming up in just a bit, but now it's 6 19. let's bring steve back in the talk about today's weather. alright sal. thank you, sir. briefly truckee dropped to 12 degrees, and then they bumped back up to 18
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degrees. there's some really cold to crescent city sitting at 38 to 36 even down to santa maria 37 in las vegas, 54 for this time of year that's cold. and our good friend. just me. rob says 12 is cold for trucking the winter that's really cold from may 10th. a lot of locals have their gardens in by now. i believe that i only did it for about 20 minutes, and then it popped back up to 18 degrees. some cold lows around here. could toddy santa rosa kentwood napa airport, lucas valley, lafayette, saratoga, palo alto, all between 33 39. cold degrees for the morning. most of this activity is now favored towards san mateo coast down towards santa cruz, monterey. by this afternoon, it's going to pop up in the inland areas. so napa county solano county, i think santa clara contra costa santa clare contra costa gating. that's probably going to be the focus as this low settles right over us and interest. another four inches of snow is possible here for this year today tonight
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and probably early wednesday. before the system slowly works its way out slowly. it's not going to accelerate out here. sonoma county airport is down to 33 calistoga 35 napa airport is now 34 degrees. sunny veils 40. felton scotts valley or in the thirties. aktas and martin, morgan hill, south san jose, santa clare and campbell. all thirties. that's really cold for us here this time of year as houston hit and miss showers favoring the coast this morning , but by this afternoon is that low begins to settle in before he checks out or drift south. i think some more reports a hill are likely today. so again, the more snow in the mountains maybe someone scattered showers and hail reports for us today, probably some severe weather out to the valley fifties sixties on your temps slowly to kick out of here. but by the time we get to thursday into friday, attempts will bump up right now. saturday looks to be the warmest day it's still nice but a little cooler on sunday. card. thank you, steve. well your chance and we have a look at what's driving
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the increase in vita workers getting vaccinated and up. next the warriors lost a key team member just before that big game last night how they bounced back from coach kerr com booking most cruises can be complicated. but this isn't most cruises. this is celebrity cruises. and we think cruising shouldn't be confusing. so, on our award winning vacations
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oneg for the team last night, just hours before game four against the grizzlies in the western conference semifinals, the warriors announced that head coach steve kerr tested positive. for covid. he is now in the nba's health and safety protocol. so associate head coach mike brown took over coaching duties and the warriors had one of their ugliest first halves in recent memory. curry fire thompson one dribble and j double team kick quarter. the
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warriors only had 38 points in the entire first half, but came on strong in the final quarter. steph curry led the rally, including eight free throws in the final minute. was a little stressful for the fans there. the warriors had 39 points in the fourth quarter. they did win 101 to 98. talking about historically bad shooting, and a lot of history has made he was named head coach twice 24 hours . we got traded to the king's overnight. i don't know how to explain all this obviously happy for him. mike brown expected to fill in again for coach kerr tomorrow night in memphis. if the warriors win, they're headed for the western conference finals to play either phoenix or dallas. i don't even like to say this, but just if they lose, they would come back to chase center on friday night. for game six. today one of the greatest players in san jose sharks history is expected to announce he is hanging up his skates. 42 year old patrick marleau has scheduled at 11 a.m. news conference to discuss his future. no official confirmation
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, but speculation within hockey circles is that he will announce his retirement. marlowe is the nhl leader in all time games. 1779. he's the sharks record holder in most games, goals and points. he started playing for the sharks back in 1997 and spent almost his entire career with the team. major league baseball has announced plans to play more regular season games in london. the league first played games there in 2019, but stop the event because of the pandemic the last two years, but major league baseball now making plans for more games in london, starting next year. his castle will reopen tomorrow after closing in march of 2020, of course, because of the pandemic , the castle had been preparing for its 1/100 anniversary celebration before shutting down . now it will welcome back guests and is offering new tours , which focus on the life and work of julia morgen, the castle's architect. there are three other tours available. reservations are not required,
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but strongly suggested. a showdown at bay area ports will tell you why workers are upset with the plan that could result in shifts being offloaded faster. more schools are seen covid outbreaks what one county health department is doing in response. rosy: it's the parent-teacher partnership that really makes a difference. ingrid: they know that their children are coming to a safe place. they're coming to a place where they'll be loved. kiyoko: we have a strong community of people that all look out for each other. we're all kind of taking care of the children. rosy: janitors, the teachers, the office staff. kiyoko: the cafeteria worker, the crossing guard,
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the bus driver. carol: because our future is in those schools. that's where the heart of our community belongs. ingrid: because teachers like me know... carol: quality public schools... kiyoko: make a better california... man: for all of us. for state controller, kiyoko: make a better california... only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms.
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managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller. versatile voted no confidence in the school's president will tell you about the new calls for her to resign following allegations of retaliation. and in just a couple of hours, president biden will announce a new plan for fighting rising inflation what he wants the federal government to do to counteract the huge price hikes we've been seeing. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto well, it's nice to hear some cheering nice to
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see some green as that opening bell is ringing live at the new york stock exchange, now altering market indexes headed higher this morning, the nasdaq set to open up more than 2% almost 300 points there. amc and norwegian cruise line, both beating analyst expectations. as people get back to entertainment and travel your business news coming up in today's dollars and cents. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's a tuesday. it's may 10th it's cold outside. it is still but the sky is opening up. nice steve paulson, just like you said it would start to cloud up later. but it is cold water temps are called. the higher elevations are cold temperatures right now are cold. and in this studio, it's cold. 34 santa rosa 38 paolo alto from may 10th these i mean, it's cold everywhere, even truck. he dropped to 12 degrees up in the mountains this morning. tuesday's gone well, not yet, but it'll be gone with the wind
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because the breeze will pick up later on sun cloud showers. i would think scattered showers and reports of hail will be likely today with some severe weather out to the valley. these are unbelievably cool for us upper fifties and very low sixties. alright, sal's here now an update on your traffic. all right, steve, we do have slowing at the bay bridge. i'm looking at something i generally don't like to see and that would be slowing in the carpool lane. let me show you what i mean here. westbound bay bridge, some slow traffic right there. and usually , that means that something is wrong on the bridge nearby. we're looking at it here west boundaries west of the top plaza. there was a crash on the incline and they were moving it off. but i guess they're doing that now at this happened about 15 20 minutes ago, and now they're moving it off the bridge. we're up. oops looks like i lost a camera there. let's go to highway for westbound, slow traffic there, but 6 80 still looks good from venetia to walnut creek. 6 31, let's go right back. to the headlines. all right. thank you.
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sal happening today, president biden will outline a plan to slow down the rising costs of food, energy and housing. ktvu sally rasmus joins us now with what the president wants to do about inflation and reaction from consumers and business owners. here in the bay area about the problem. well pam as of march, the latest month we have data available. the inflation rate in the u. s was 8.5. that means average cost of goods and services 8.5% more expensive now than it was just one year ago. that's the steepest rise in inflation in nearly 40 years. a recent cnn poll found that eight out of 10 americans are worried about inflation heading into the midterm elections and think that the president isn't doing enough to address it. last week, the federal reserve had an interest rate hike, the largest in more than 20 years to try and slow down inflation here in the bay area at a roundtable event in newark yesterday, congressman ro khanna met with the owners of several small businesses who said inflation is affecting their customers and their livelihoods. there has to be some kind of control. um
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everything just going. rapid is up. 50% the price of eggs up 50% last couple of years, and this is not sustainable when i push for when i go back to washington is that the president needs to call for the government intervening, buying food across the world at a low price and selling it in. american markets at a low price. now some of the things president biden plans to talk about today in his plan to slow down inflation number one, releasing one million barrels of oil per day from the strategic petroleum reserve for the next six months in an effort to reduce gas prices in oil prices , allowing medicare to negotiate drug prices and capping the cost of some medications like insulin providing $1 billion in covid-19 relief to small businesses and agricultural workers. the president will discuss a plan for that. he is expected to outline and talk about all of this at the white house. 8 30 our time this morning now tomorrow the consumer price index will release new inflation numbers for the month of april.
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the inflation rate is expected to go up again, though not as much as it did in march. david panel will send it back to you. okay ali. thank you. time 6 33 will happening today. more negotiations between west coast ports, workers and shipping companies. on july 1st. the contract will expire between the international longshore and house warehouse union and the pacific maritime association. the porter workers union is angry about a new study released last week by the shipping companies, encouraging more automation at the ports. 35 ships are right now waiting to unload their cargo at those ports. but that's well below the record high of more than 100. back in january and this morning to state lawmakers are calling for the president of sonoma state university to step down. it comes the same day, faculty members voted no confidence in judy sakaki over allegations that she retaliated against an employee who reported sexual harassment against the cocky is estranged husband. about one
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third of the faculty participated in that no confidence vote. democratic state senators bill dodd, who represents the district that includes the university and mike mcguire, sonoma state alumni are both calling for the president to leave her job. our time is 6 35 today two u. s. senators will hold a news conference. they will call for the united states to label russia, a state sponsor of terrorism. republican senator lindsey graham and democratic senator richard blumenthal. the war crimes that russian forces have committed in ukraine against civilians amount of terrorism. they're hoping to get a resolution designating russia a state sponsor of terrorism into the next financial aid package for ukraine. back here in the bay area. ukraine supporters used music to show their support for the people of ukraine. a concert of compassion was held last night in san
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francisco. people in the synagogue heard a classical music concert in support of ukrainian refugees. the proceeds will benefit three different charities that are helping ukrainians. covid cases are on the rise nationwide, and now there are new warnings from federal health officials there, saying the u. s. could see as many as 100 million covid infections during the fall and the winter. that would more than double the nation's total case count. health officials say the surge is possible because of reduced immunity from vaccines. also there is a concern and increase could exhaust the nation's supply of covid test and anti viral medications. some of the newer variants some of the neuro microns sub variants, um, might lead to a bigger surge. and then there's another problem. some covid patients are actually relapsing after they take fighters antiviral pill it's called paxil paid. it's become a go to options against the covid virus. the doctors
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have now seen a small number of patients. there were symptoms come back several days after getting that treatment. well 20 schools in marin county have covid outbreaks right now. the county health officer told the marin independent journal that students are mostly being infected outside of school. just last week, the county health department recommended schools add proof of vaccination. negative tests and masks for large school sponsored events like prom and graduation. in the face of increasing covid cases, the county health director says they will not bring back mask requirements. even with the cases rising time is 6 37 the covid vaccination rates for bta employees has shot up after the agency threatened if fire those who were not vaccinated, according to the mercury news, the bts that now has a 90% employee vaccination rate that's up from just 78% about a month ago. bta is threatening to fire and he driver or employee that
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does not get vaccinated. but reportedly, there are almost 100 employees who have not reported their vaccine status or received an exemption. that's about 4% of the b to z work for us. today is the final day of a year long cleanup around lake tahoe. divers have been picking up trash along the entire 72 miles shore line of the lake and about a quarter mile underwater. today is the final dive. so far, they have carried out more than 21,000 pieces of trash weighing a total of nine tons. organizers say the clean up the lake campaign was designed to maintain the lakes reputation as one of the clearest lakes. in the world, and i will say one of the most beautiful scene all the lakes in the room, but, uh, that's that's pretty comfortable saying i do okay. time to 6 38. sounds been busy. have you fixed everything around the bay bridge toll plaza and everything else? it's still crowded day because of an earlier incident. it wasn't you know, really serious
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crash, but there was a crash on the bridge, and that slowed things down. we also have some slow traffic in the east base. we dive in a little bit. you can see that four and 2 42 are heavy . westbound 24 is busy because of an earlier crash that was right there at the interchange with 24 5 80 look at all that slow traffic coming on down the hill on 24. you normally don't see that. don't be surprised by it. it's going to take your attention for sure. and then you look at the bay bridge toll plaza. they did clear that wreck, but it's a little you know, it's a little slower than it normally is on the westbound bay bridge. richmond bridge looks okay and not not a big commute there. i do want to mention the south day because we do have some slowing here a little bit, but not much on those commuting to sunnyvale and cupertino. we had a crash in the non commute direction, but you know so far, things in the south bay aren't too bad 6 39 let's go to steve. now today's weather. all right, sal. thank you, sir. well, we will reinforce what i
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talked about about 10 minutes ago. it's cold everywhere and i'll show you what i'm talking about here now. there might be some colder than this. i had one unconfirmed report of sebastopol at 30. but qatada's 32. santa rosa sonoma county airport briefly dropped to 33 napa airport. 34 windsor, 34. walnut creek, 36, danville, 38. athletes and 39 pinole dropped to 39 degrees higher elevations. sonoma mount is 34. mount diablo is 30 in ben lomond manages 34. 30 degrees mount diablo west wind at 21. that's a good morning. go for a hike. dave. what do you say? i'll meet you at the base of mount diablo. ha our water temps are also very cold bodega bases. surface water temp. 49 san francisco bowie is also at 49. i think we'll get a 48 out of this. before everything is said and done. truckee briefly dropped to 12 there now. 16 south lake tahoe 23. there are a few twenties up in the mendocino county and 54 in las vegas to 37 in santa maria. you can see the low carving itself out. it's going to park itself right over us for
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about a day. that'd be today before drift south tomorrow and then finally kicks out tomorrow afternoon, but you can see that the flow around this, i'll try and make this is now more focused towards areas south yesterday was up here towards santa rosa, which is why they had all those reports of hail. still some shower activity not too much here in the morning and the afternoon, though, with this cold core system, we're going to see some pretty rapid development here should be a good day for towering cues. i would think maybe some severe weather out to the valley. the serial get another round of some snow today. tonight, maybe early tomorrow. 1 to 4 inches of snow. there are many thirties just more than you. i can mention here especially to the north. i mean, upper lake 31, middletown , 31. vallejo 39. that's incredible. petaluma 38. there's windsor's 34 sebastopol. one observation there 36 low forties on the coast at lower be our main weather factor today and probably about half of tomorrow before it finally kicks out. but i would think later today i keep an eye on things, especially out to the inland areas fifties on the temps. very very cool, well
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below average, or a few low sixties. gradually warming up by the time we get to the end of the week that will get back into some low eighties. all right. thank you. steve if you invested in cryptocurrency, you probably already know the value has been plummeting lately, up next. some of the reasons investors seem to be moving away from the crypto trends right now, though, let's check in with gasia mikaelian see what's coming up in the seven o'clock hour of mornings onto good morning, guys. good morning, david. pam, when i join you in a minute here, another major announcement from nfl legend tom brady what the bay area native is planning to do once he officially retires from the game. also more warnings of a recession. why strategists from a major bank say the risks are on the rise
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they wrote it for themselves. todf supervisors with debate 45 day ban on new vacation rentals in unincorporated parts of the counter the temporary moratorium on new permits is a response to a rise in applications before new regulations take effect this summer. the proposed new rules include putting limits on the number of short term rentals allowed in some neighborhoods. and banning new rentals and others. the nevada city council is said to consider changes to its event planning today, council members will discuss reducing the closures to only happen on fridays between may and september last year, ran all the way into november. council also wants to make it easier to add new event closures in the future. san francisco's commercial real estate market is still being hurt by the pandemic
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24% of office space in downtown san francisco is empty right now , business insiders say that's the highest vacancy rate has ever been even including during the 2008 recession. and things may get worse before they get better. many companies still moving ahead with plans to downsize their office spaces. i'm hoping the businesses come back, and i'm hoping that you know, i think the real estate in san francisco so high and hopefully it goes a little bit lower. even so, it's so much vacancy right now. another bay area councils as the cost of renting commercial space has dropped by about 20% similar to markets around the country, one study estimates 100,000 workers need to come back to san francisco to fill the vacant office space. home prices are hitting record levels and mortgage rates are now more than 5% so many homebuyers are being forced to get creative. many are
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buying a home that has an extra bedroom and bathroom. they can rent out. some are renting to friends or family. but the growing trend is to create an in law suite so they can lease it to help cover the cost of the mortgage. the price of cryptocurrency continues to take dramatic swings. this week, bitcoin has lost about 9% of its value just since sunday. it's down about 50% since november. other cryptocurrencies have also dropped heavily in value as well. analysts say part of the reason for the decline is people moving assets to safer investments due to the market turmoil. tesla suing a former employee, saying he stole company secrets the former engineers accused of downloading information about tesla's self driving software onto his personal laptop. tesla says the employee admitted to stealing the information and violating a nondisclosure agreement companies asking for an order to return the stolen information as well as award tesla damages. our time is 6 47 in new mexico. strong very gusty winds or
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challenging the firefighters who are battling a big wild wire that's causing even smaller fires to merge about 300 square miles of burned at this point, no evacuations were ordered on the northern end of the wildfires as winds gusted up to 60 miles an hour. this is a long term event. it's getting into the country that is continues to be extremely inaccessible. unsafe for us to put folks in steep, rugged terrain. so and you see, that's in the wilderness that's moving further north into some some of that type of country so it will continue to grow to the north. authorities say at least 172 homes have been destroyed. thousands of people are evacuated. it's all started as a controlled burn that got out of control because of those strong winds. we've seen those winds across the country have here in the bay area, all right, we'll keep an eye on that south, keeping an eye on traffic. any problems we should know about south. well, there aren't any major problems. there are some slowdowns, though we had earlier
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crash pam and dave on the bay bridge, and we'll see if i can bring that up for you for you. and there it is. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up. although the carpool lanes have removed that have been started rolling again, which is a good sign the traffic isn't unusually slow, even though we had that crash that was removed from the bridge. you can see that, oh, that it is getting a little bit more slow out there on the richmond bridge approach. we do have some slow traffic. interstate 80 still looks good passing the coliseum and so does 5 80 as you drive from san leandro to the lakeshore area. 6 49 spring, stephen with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. yes, sir. all right, we'll get to it here. this system would have been really nice in january , february or march. but as it stands now, it's here. it's moisture starved. that's the problem. but, boy, is it packing cold air and you can see how it's now. yesterday, the focus was up towards sonoma county, also down towards santa clara valley. in between, there wasn't much now you can see where the
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core of the jet stream watch it takes to turn right there. and then does that scene comes right in there towards san mateo coast santa cruz coast. that's where some of the activity will be for the morning, but because this system is so cold for this time of year, the days are long angeles and i inland areas will be the focus later this afternoon. being some pretty good buildups, the sierra taking a little bit of a break right now, although truck he did drop the 12 degrees this morning, but another 1 to 4 inches of snow is likely today thirties for so many. i just can't list them all but i mean, santa rosa east, santa rosa made it to 32 degrees sonoma county airport. 33 calistoga 34 napa airport 34. there are many low forties lots of thirties panels in their lafayette, walnut creek, alamo, danville, castro valley, kensington down the 40 mean that really really brisk, lok. i could not have painted it any closer to us than what will happen today. so with that over us today, you're going to get some really good, steep lapse rates that's going to generate some cloud cover. probably some pretty good, towering cues, i would think later today. and maybe some more. reports of hail
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sun clouds sun in the morning cloud. the wind will pick up as well. later this afternoon, we get a little temperature difference. 50 sixties on your temps will keep this into wednesday morning, then start to kick it out. it does look warmer end of the week and into saturday. okay see time is 6 51 more details about it disturbing case in southern california coming up for you at seven o'clock, the latest twist after a mother was arrested, accused of killing her children. and there's new hope this morning for people suffering with parkinson's disease, and it's coming from stanford university . how this glove is showing early success.
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timn oakland public safety committee will debate a budget idea to give the police more money to crack down on robberies. the meeting today comes after there were more than two dozen robberies in oakland last weekend, and in most of those cases, the robbers had weapons. oakland business owners want more enforcement and accountability from the city. if they're not going to be accountable as far as the tearing the crime getting people to stop doing it. they can at least pay when people do do it because they're putting businesses out of business.
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police say they made at least three arrests tied to the weekend robberies, but many of the crimes go unsolved. oakland police plan to increase their patrols in some of the hardest hit neighborhoods. it is 6 55 bay area police departments are updating their policies on acquiring and using military style equipment. a new state law now requires sheriff's department or police departments to get approval from their city council or board of supervisors before requesting that kind of equipment. will also have to provide annual reports on what equipment they have and how it's being used. this type of equipment and vehicle as utilized oftentimes in a mass casualty incident, something similar to shooter some kind of terrorist event or terrorist incident where there is ongoing threat to the public. now officials say, even though the military style equipment isn't used every day, it's kind of like a fire extinguisher. you hope you never have to use it,
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but when you needed no other tools can do the work it does in critical situations. it is 6 54 . well, a couple in santa rosa is facing child abuse charges in connection with the death of their 15 month old daughter. police were called to a home on sonoma avenue yesterday morning at 10 30 about a toddler who was not responsive. paramedics got there. they took the toddler to the hospital where she later died. police say they found what's believed to be fentanyl in the home. the toddler's parents, 26, year old, even frost, iq and 23 year old madison bernard were arrested. and investigation continues in sonoma county after a woman was found dead at the bottom of a cliff over the weekend in sea ranch. rescue crews got there to an area near bluff beach. about 7 45 sunday night, they found the woman about 50 ft. below the cliff rescue work confirmed that she was dead. chp helicopter was
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called in to remove her body from the rocks name has not been released at this point. and the case is being investigated. well a lot of people in louisiana are dreading the coming hurricane season. thousands of homeowners , they're still fighting with their insurance companies over damage from hurricanes during the past two years. the storm seasons were so severe for companies have gone bankrupt. their policyholders are left without money to fix their homes and replace everything that they lost. you just assume that you pay you pay for insurance all this time, and you think they're going to take care of you? so you never expect that all of a sudden they're just gone. it's scary, not knowing if we're going to have insurance when hurricane season comes and is our house going to be fixed? and when insurance companies go under, and louisiana can't find another insurer to take over the
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insurance claims it uses a state fund to pay covered costs. now louisiana's insurance commissioner hopes it will be easier to get insurance again if the state goes a few years without having serious storms. back here at home. san jose mayor sam liccardo is asking the city to release emails that are at the center of a lawsuit accusing him of violating public records laws. san jose spotlight is suing both the mayor and the city lawsuit, filed back in february, accuses the city of refusing to release emails at the mayor sent on a private account while conducting city business. at the mayor's office says only the city council can approve releasing those emails. he plans the asked to sit city council to do that when they meet tonight. with doctors at stanford university are testing a new treatment for people with parkinson's disease that could possibly slow or even reverse some of the symptoms now special
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gloves they vibrate. they're designed to counteract many of the worst symptoms of parkinson's disease, helping not only with the tremors but also with speech problems walking and balanced. the doctor is leading the program say these gloves actually trick the brain into forgetting it's abnormal patterns. i think it's just the studs. just the beginning. you can do a lot of very, very mild type of intervention and you do not need to treat invasively far stanford study of these special gloves. it's been promising for patients who had trouble even walking. now some of them can run and complete an obstacle course while wearing those special gloves well, the beta breakers returns this sunday morning, and local transit agencies providing special services for the runners. bart has special trains going into san francisco from millbrae pleasant hill. dublin and elsa
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rito del norte stations. the first train starts at 6 20 this sunday morning. it'll have limited stops so participants can arrive there faster. the regular bart service begins at eight a.m. second. after another freeway shooting in the east book. we know about gunfire and interstate 80 that came in the middle of the day. also cracking down on water wasters proposal in the south bay targeting homeowners who aren't meeting the districts. new limits plus down by three jones for jackson jackson. it's blocked by green. yes it was. it was a wild win for the warriors last night, we'll look at how the warriors pulled away from the memphis grizzlies. what it'll take to win the whole series. dagger. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto. good

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