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peop anxiety. the governor wants to send hundreds of dollars to people across the state as part of his budget proposal. we're going to take a look at how he wants to spend a record $97 billion in surplus tax dollars. and one chapter ends as another begins today in oakland, 170 years since mills college opened its doors, its final graduating class will take the stage today , plus warriors. back to the finals. yep from missing the playoffs to back to the western conference finals. how dub nation and the team are celebrating last night's series win at the chase center. from
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ktvu fox two news this morning's onto and good morning to you. thanks for waking up with us. it is saturday. may 14th i'm claudine wong. happy weekend one and all happy saturday. i'm frank mallicoat, and the weather looks fabulous. let's check in with rosemary and get your forecast. good morning. good morning. yes a little taste of summer coming our way, guys. we have temperatures reaching their 90 degrees for the afternoon for our inland cities. warmer than yesterday and well above the seasonal average, starting out with just a little bit of pettifogging out there this morning, but temperatures already running warmer at this time. better look at your bay area saturday. the cooler breezier day expected on sunday and the extended forecast coming up all right, rosemary. well all is well at dub nation this morning. the warriors had an epic fourth quarter last night at chase and bounced the grizzlies right out of the postseason with a 14 point winner. they are off to the western conference finals for the first time in three years. chase center. was electric last
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night, and so was clay thompson here in the second quarter. he was just getting started with one of his 83 pointers, but the dubs up nine the worries were up only two at the break fourth quarter. uh dillon brooks with a step back three. you just saw that. and here we go again. that would be steph curry with a great three pointer right there. steph finished with 29 as the warriors pour it on in that fourth quarter. outscoring the grizzlies by a ton and check out this little give and go. right there that is, uh, mr draymond green with the dunk warriors outscored the grizz 33 19 in the fourth quarter, steph. will i sit with a long ball right there ? he had 29 clay had 30 command loonies numbers just off the charts. 20 rebounds, five assists for the big man as worries when it won 10 to 96. they are onto the western conference finals. it means a lot when your teammates once you're there on the court with him. i've been playing with them
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guys for years and, uh, for them to know. trust me, and he's in these moments. his big for me. this is the first time on my minute sheet. this year. that i had guys logged for 40 plus minutes. so we didn't want to go back to memphis. warriors will play the winner. tomorrow's game seven between the mavericks and the sons. the mavs win and worries host them wednesday night. if the sun's win worries will be in phoenix, also on wednesday night. all right. well, no matter who the words play next, fans say they are confident the dubs are on their way to win another title. the warriors play with a spirited effort and we wanted for the bay proud of them. guys i want them to bring it to the championship back home to the town or to the city. it don't matter as long as the bay area. we're always winning. that crowd was pretty happy sellout crowd at shea center. thrilled by that final score, fans so admitted it was not a stress free game. it was a
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great game, and we're so excited that they want and i was a little nervous, but they made it and that's all that matters. we just took it. we just we own it . we always always write home court, so we took care of business. and our curry and thompson splash taking care of business. alright fans say they're focused now on the western conference finals again tomorrow. the warriors find out if they face the mavericks of the sons of that as that series wraps up winner of that series heads to the fire. time now is seven. oh four, happening today . mills college, holding its final graduation ceremony as an all women's independent school. ktvu james torrez live at mills in oakland, with the changes coming over the summer in the backlash as a result, of those big changes, james good morning. good morning, frank. and just a little bit from now about 400 women will receive an undergraduate degree from mills college. it will be the last
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time we see it that way in that format and moving forward. graduation ceremonies will be coed and part of a merged college program starting this summer school will also be known by a new name as well. mills college at northeastern university, mills merged with the boston based university after reporting declining enrollment fueled by the covid-19 pandemic. moving forward. the school will welcome students of all genders and school officials say they will be able to hire more faculty admit more students and offer more programs. right now. what the world needs is for mills to take its values and its mission to a larger group of students who are interested in joining us here in oakland to learn more to experience the world and to solve some of the toughest problems that we have out there. that merges receiving some backlash is now a class action lawsuit filed against the college, accusing the school of deceiving students. that lawsuit claims mills made empty promises planning for students planning to graduate in 2023 to entice them to keep re enrolling and to
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continue taking classes without producing a degree within their major. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know what credits are going to count at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of schooling. in a statement to ktvu mills, wrote mills college in northeastern university, are working diligently to mitigate any issues that mill students may encounter as a result of the pending merger of the two institutions. any delays in this process. have been due to requirements of regional accreditors graduation ceremony back here at mills college, is expected to begin at 9 45 this morning. all guests there will be asked to wear a mask. we're live this morning from mills college. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. james thank you. several other local universities are holding in person commitment ceremonies today, u c. berkeley,
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hosting a campus wide event for all students receiving degrees at every cow school and college ceremony kicks off at 10 o'clock this morning. at memorial stadium. dominican university in san rafael is also at 10 o'clock this morning, cal state east bay and hayward continues its commencement today and tomorrow. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital needs your help identifying the patient, the hospital says the 7 65 year old man was admitted to the hospital in critical condition. this is on wednesday, the fire department says the crews picked him up at polk and cedar streets, but he did not have any identification on him. doctors say he has blue eyes and his five ft eight inches tall. if you think you recognize this man or have any information, you are being asked to contact the hospital. rescue teams will search section of northeastern nevada this weekend for a missing teenager from sonoma 19 year old age, including disappeared in the nevada wilderness. more than two weeks ago, his vehicle was found
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abandoned on the side of the highway on april, the 28th investigators tracked this footprints for several miles. but they never found him. his loved ones gathered last night for a candlelight vigil and sonoma hoping for his safe return. all of us who know aidan have been. devastated by the circumstances that that he's in right now. every day now we've been praying for him and his return his safe return. search has involved helicopters and ground teams, which include police, canine and people on horseback. oakley hope a new piece of evidence can help them in the search for an east bay woman who's been missing since january. authorities say a cellphone case belonging to 24 year old alexis gabe was found in antioch's. it has been sent to the crime lab for analysis, and that comes as police s servd a search warrant this week at the home of gabes. ex boyfriend in antioch. they get they gave disappeared. she told her family. she was going there for
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a visit. hundreds of pro abortion rights marches will take place across the country today that does include many here locally. many started 11 this morning that includes rallies at the lake merritt mpa theater in oakland, along with city hall in san jose. there will be a rally. at a march that starts at civic center plaza in san francisco. another gathering will happen at one o'clock in san francisco at 24th admission , the largest rally in the country is expected to be right in front of the supreme court. in our nation's capital. time now is 709. let's talk about our weather on this saturday, driving in a gorgeous wanted out there rosemary oroczo skyline and some inside the bay. outside of that we've got partly cloudy skies to start and as we get into the afternoon temperatures continuing to warm, there's a beautiful view over a bird's eye view as you can see, because we do have those low clouds. just swallowing up the golden gate this morning, so coming through the gate, here's another view.
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sfo reporting just a little bit of fog and you see it right there on your screen. the winds are generally lied in our warming trend is going to continue this morning. we're seven degrees warmer in fairfield by four in concord, napa up by five half mumbai, one of the spots a little bit cooler this morning. having to do with that fog covering over half moon by 50 degrees and a little bit of an onshore breeze. meanwhile 53 in oakland, 50 to san francisco 54 in novato 56 in the south bay of san jose, a better view of where that fog is up along the coastline, and for today temperatures in the sixties for our coast. it will be our inland areas that will be baking with temperatures expected to be in the upper eighties for our warmer locations. the winds calm santa rosa nevado napa. we have just a gentle breeze for you. oakland conquered and fairfield reporting of seven mph. here's a look at the afternoon highs expected for today. well above average 5 10 15 degrees or so 87 expected for santa rosa today. san francisco, you'll go to 69 upper seventies and oakland
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upper eighties and livermore. and 84 over san jose and bringing you nine degrees above the seasonal average. or was that 11 degrees above the seasonal average? here's a better look at some of those numbers 77 in san mateo, upper eighties and conquered 86 the afternoon high and napa today is going to be the warmest day of the weekend. we will begin to cool things down just a little bit getting into your bay area sunday. i'll have a better look at what you can expect for the rest of the weekend, coming up in just a little bit. these three individuals are going to help be held accountable for the death of a three year old child. up next three family members are facing criminal charges in the death of a child will bring you new details in the case that has rocked the south bay neighborhood. plus babies are getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. women are getting shot. i mean, there's some cowardly stuff. after several bay area freeway shootings that went deadly part of the governor's budget includes money to try to make things safer, how that funding can help along
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dangerous stretches of road. in contra costa and alameda counties.
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chase. make more of what's yours. 20.n milwaukee, large crowds gathered in the entertainment district to watch the milwaukee box against the boston celtics and nba eastern conference playoff game. three people wounded in the first shooting 17 injured in the second shooting that happened just a few hours later in a couple of blocks away, a local tv station reports police made 10 arrests recovered nine guns in the crowd. none of the injuries are believed to be life threatening. we are monitoring the story, and we will certainly bring you new details as they become available. well investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at a senior citizen coop in san francisco. seven people were hurt, including five people who had to go to the hospital. two of the
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victims suffered critical injuries. flames quickly spread through the wood frame building . three units were destroyed, while three others had moderate smoke and fire damage. i heard the fires and then i saw flames coming out of all the windows crews immediately pulled two people out of the top floor in the rear. two people out of the ground floor and the rear who were trapped one person from the second floor in the air. firefighters say the situation could have been even worse. the building is next door to rosa parks, elementary school, and teachers from that school were actually able to rush over and helped evacuate the tenants. some cruise say that the residents are elderly and would have had trouble getting out on their own. governor gavin newsom is now providing details on how he plans to spend california's largest budget surplus ever. ktvu is the mannequin, tana tells us. one of the governor's main goals is to help ease the burden of skyrocketing inflation. inflation is taking its toll on californians and
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grocery stores, electricity and water bills and especially at the gas pump. gavin newsom wants to help dedicating $11.5 billion of his inflation relief plan to sending $400 payments to car owners. but some don't think that's enough. i like that. he's trying to help us out. but i heard it was going to be 400 or a couple of $100. what is that going to do for me? maybe help me for a week or two, and then i go back to spending $150. so they should do something more than that. the governor's plan also has 2.7 billion going towards emergency rent assistance and 1.4 billion would help people with past due utility bills. 933 million would address the stress on hospital and nursing home staff giving out $1500 payments to those who cared for the sickest patients during the covid 19 pandemic. we're looking to provide stipends because we're losing
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staff. it's a real recruitment challenge, and that will be made worse. if we don't focus on retention. the governor is also proposing 750 million for free public transit and other measures to pause the diesel sales tax for a year. make health insurance more affordable and wave childcare fees for low income families. those who opposed the plan, want to see money used for other things. and say the aid should only go to those in the greatest need if we're going to give money back to people, it should not be based on who owns a car. the embarcadero could be flooded the money bark. tunnels could be flooded up and down the state. we have major infrastructure needs. others suggest cutting the gas tax instead of giving drivers a refund. in addition to this, the state's minimum wage will raise to 15 50. that will happen on january 1st now that is required when inflation goes over 7% in the newsroom. amanda quintana ktvu, fox two news.
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well governor, newsom is now taking action in response to the growing number of shootings on california highways. yesterday the governor unveiled his $10 million plan to install 200 new cameras on freeways and four california counties. the list includes alameda and contra costa counties, where there have been several deadly highway shootings in just the past year. two cases are very close to, uh, our our hearts here. jasper woo in november of 2021 david wynn in january of 2022. we wish we had some cameras there to help us and those investigations. and when was a 20 year old alameda county sheriff's department recruit who was killed while driving home near the bay bridge toll plaza toddler jasper wu was killed by a stray bullet on 8 80 in oakland. all right time. now is 7 18. what looks like a great weekend. the sum was up. this guy is about to turn nice and blue on a gorgeous saturday
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happy weekend to both of you, if earlier in the week was a little cool, little breezy for you. we are definitely with a pattern change began yesterday with everybody coming up by at least a few degrees and that trend is going to continue as we get into your bay area saturday. a beautiful view their into san francisco where you can see just inside the bay. we do have a little bit of fog fog along the coastline this morning as well. this is going to retreat. however i do think that we will be with partly cloudy skies for the coastline the entire day storm tracker to here. showing you we do have still storms moving through the pacific northwest clipping northern california, but for us, we have high pressure in control of our weather pattern for the next couple of days. here's a look at some of that fog out there. it is going to pull back and then as we get into the late part of the afternoon, it will begin to move back inland. right now. we have calm conditions in livermore. we have sfo reporting a 10 mph half moon bay a 13
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gusting to 20 so a little bit cool and breezy out at half moon bay. most of us enjoying light winds, especially compared to what we had earlier this week. there is a future cast model getting through the second part of the morning of that fog. that is out there. will people pull back and here's a look at three o'clock in the afternoon where we are partly cloudy. partly sunny for the coastline mostly study for the rest of us as we get into the evening hours that moves back across the bay and tomorrow morning perhaps a little bit of drizzle out there to start the day. notice those little shades of blue that's for tomorrow. not for today. and as we get into today, the numbers right now, 52 degrees in san francisco mid fifties in nevada, 54 in walnut creek and 52 reported. in fremont. if you're going out to see the a's play today, going to be beautiful one, although if you're sitting in the stands, make sure you have something to at least shade your eyes and make sure you have the sunblock 75 degrees with the west priest about 15 mph at game time, one. oh, seven. if you're sitting in the stands and you're under the sun, it could
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seventies in oakland for the peninsula 77 cemetery. oh, and for the south bay upper eighties expected morgan hill a beautiful weekend in tahoe right now, blue canyon reporting 54 degrees. meanwhile near freezing at south lake tahoe in truckee, getting into the afternoon for today, mostly sunny, low seventies in the forecast for today. as well as tomorrow. the extended forecast for us here at home temperatures are going to be warmer today than we bring those numbers back down. definitely more comfortable for our inland cities. 80 degrees expected for you tomorrow we will get a little breezy as the pattern begins to switch up a little bit, but then take a look as we get into monday tuesday wednesday kind of status quo low sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay upper seventies, too low eighties expected inland back to you. local health officials want you to mask up all times. while indoors will explain why it's a recommendation for now, and not
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offs black restaurant week gets underway. that event began in texas just a few years ago, and it is now gone nationwide, and people here in the bay area are being urged to dine at the growing number of local restaurants taking part in black restaurant week. organizers are hoping this event will provide a badly needed economic boost to many of the black owned restaurants that have been struggling during this pandemic. starting houston and has become a nationwide tour that started coming to the bay area in 2019. each year. we've been able to increase the engagement business participants as well as patrons who go out during this week. and we hope this year that we, um, a double that increase engagement to make it the biggest year yet. black restaurant week runs until sunday, may 22nd 7 25 1 of the east bay's best known bars and music venues, says now saturday to reopen the stork club on
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telegraph avenue would be back in business on july the first the new owners are planning a big party on that day to celebrate reopening hosted by legendary cult filmmaker john waters. the 100 year old bar shut down two years ago due to economic problems all caused by the pandemic. while newborn giraffe now running and jumping with the help of a custom leg brace at giraffe, is now three years old and was born with her front leg bent the wrong way at the san diego zoo. zookeepers were worried she would die if it was not corrected, but they say, after a lot of research and trial and error, they were able to fit her with a carbon fiber brace that corrected her condition. and saved her life. it is a custom molded carbon graphite brace, and we actually put the giraffe pattern on there, too, just so it would blend in with other wildlife. and you can see now the draft can walk and she can even run
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with the rest of the giraffe. heard about that pretty cool. coming up. next history has been made on the world's highest peak . why one team summit to the top of mount everest is so significant also ahead. we're anticipating a dangerous fire year. we have an awful lot of well dried vegetation. firefighters across the bay area are preparing for what could be a historic wildfire season. you'll step into their shoes to see
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is r group of students who are interested in joining us here in oakland. after 170 years of educating women from across the bay area around the world mills college holding its final graduation ceremony before merging with another school, we'll take you live to oakland. with more details on this historic day from mills college and fire season isn't just a summer and fall thing here in california state lawmakers are increasing the budget to try and protect property and lives as wildfires are now a year round threat. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on two. morning. thousands by to eat.
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all right. good morning, everybody. a little dave matthews to rattle you out of bed on just a beautiful saturday , trying to figure out exactly where that is. but what did you say right by highway 80 looking into the bay there. that's the berkeley water ski area if you can make it out looks like something in the alps right now, but, uh, helps kind of hard to figure out what little land to the left and top of your screen just sticking out. happy saturday. everyone welcome back ktvu mornings on to frank. bellicose claudine wong? yes, a gorgeous day out there. i think there's still some fog hanging out there. meteorologist rosemary oroczo. watching some of that, but you know, it's one of those mornings that it clears out in some places, and they're like, what in the world are you talking about? there's no fog here. yes we've got some fog along the coastline just inside the baby. you can tells just very quiet and calm out there compared to what we had earlier
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in the week when it was blustery and cold temperatures are already rebounding. and we're starting out this morning warmer than where we were yesterday sixties at the coast with partly sunny skies expected for our coastline today to upper eighties inland. san will set at 8 12 this evening. better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for your weekend coming up. alright thanks rosemary happening today it will be a bitter spiritual sweet time for students and faculty at mills college. let's go to ktvu james torres. he is live at the oakland school where will host its 134th and final commencement. as an all women's private college. good morning, james. good morning, claudia. we're just about two hours away from that ceremony to start about 400. women will receive diplomas and it will be the last time they do it in this format. moving forward graduation ceremonies will be clad and part of a college merged program. now starting this summer, the school will be known by a different name mills college at northeastern university. mills
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merged with the boston based university after reporting declining enrollment and financial trouble fueled by the covid-19 pandemic. and moving forward. the school will welcome students of all genders. school officials say they will be able to hire more faculty, admit more students and offer more programs. right now. what the world needs is for mills to take its values and its mission to a larger group of students who are interested in joining us here in oakland to learn more to experience the world and to solve some of the toughest problems that we have out there. that merger is receiving some backlash. a class action lawsuit now filed against the collagen. alameda court accused the school of deceiving students. the lawsuit claims mills made empty promises to students planning to graduate in 2023 to entice them to keep rolling and keep taking classes without producing a degree within their major. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know what credits are going to count
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at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of statement to ktvu mills, wrote mills college and northeastern university are working diligently to mitigate any issues that mill students may encounter as a result of the pending merger of the two institutions. any delays in this process. have been due to different requirements of regional accreditors back here at mills college. that graduation ceremony expected to begin at 9 45 this morning, they still have covid-19 protocols, top of mind all guests coming out to the ceremony this morning. will be asked to wear a mask were alive this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. james. thank you. we should get an update at our eight o'clock. karen the wildfire near laguna beach and southern california so far, it's destroyed. 20 homes, damaged 11 . others and burn some 200 plus acres. containment now at 40. most mandatory evacuations have
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been lifted, but the house is on a few streets are still off limits. people who are allowed to return or cleaning debris that may have been left over from the damage. firefighters are hoping to put out the fire before early next week when temperatures in that region are forecast at the top 100 degrees. well, governor newsom says the main part of his budget proposal is funding to fight climate change, including preparations for wildfire season. we have to confront the extremes. ah by confronting this challenge with an unprecedented budget. the governor wants to spend an additional $9.5 billion on climate change, bringing the two year climate budget to more than 47 billion. extra money includes another $1.3 billion to address the drought. plus a quarter billion for wildfires and forced protection projects already underway involved more prescribed burns and new firefighting equipment.
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firefighters preparing for the fire season will be out again today training in northwest contra costa county. we're anticipating a dangerous fire year. we have an awful lot of well dried vegetation on the ground already as a result of the weather conditions that we've experienced up till now. conditions currently in the middle of mayor what fire crews normally see in july and august . the training area is on the philips 66 refinery property, the dry brush catches fire. every year, which puts nearby homes at rest, some as far away as rodeo and crockett. kind of like it because then. the in cae there is a real fire. there's really no bush to burn. this drill turned into a real exercise as a fire did break out along highway 80. the training includes contra costa county fire protection districts main
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wildfire hand crew, along with the academy recruits who are about to graduate. nearby fire departments are also taking part in wildfire suppression training through the end of this month. well two more family members are facing criminal charges after a three year old died during an exorcism. the santa clara district attorney's office has last september in a small south bay church. the child was smothered and strangled during a ceremony to rid her of an evil spirit. the girl's mother, claudia hernandez, has already been charged now her grandfather, rene hernandez, and her uncle, rene hernandez, santos. have also been charged. but we are talking about is over 12 hours where three year old girl who is only £38 has been subjected to some of the most horrific physical abuse that you can even imagine. report outlined a long list of injuries that included bruises and internal damage. it was this
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report that authorities say gave them enough evidence to implicate the child's grandfather. and uncle. they area healthcare leaders would like to see people wearing masks again. inside our region has the highest covid-19 case rate in the state right now, ktvu is in magus. spoke to a doctor about this renewed call to mask up indoors. 12 bay area health officers released a joint statement friday urging the public to once again mask up indoors because covid-19 cases and now hospitalizations are on the rise. san francisco public health is reporting more than 60. people are hospitalized with covid. it's the largest uptake around the bay area. monica gandhi at ucsf says it's a manageable caseload for hospitals. and at this point, there's so much immunity that we're seeing cases, but they're mostly a mild and essentially our hospitalizations are still staying very low. which is why bay area public health officers
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are recommending rather than mandating masks be worn indoors . they're leaving it up to each person to determine their own risk, and some already are when it comes to dining out, and we've seen some people really wanting to be more outside than he was like a few weeks ago, probably french basque restaurant on battery street. was fully stacked for friday. dinner rush even the owner out sick in december. not these days, so far can it doesn't translate to the business yet. but you know, as we say, it's a day by day, and we're gonna have to see what's happening. berkeley law grad plans to move to san francisco shortly she is also planning to wear a mask. she said many of her classmates tested positive for covid in the last month feel comfortable continuing to mask because i think it is the best way to come back. covid public health officials also recommended people ask their doctors of antiviral medications like paxil covid meant for
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people with a higher risk for severe illness could be an option if they test positive for covid to help shorten their course of symptoms. reporting in berkeley demagogues ktvu fox two news. well, history has been made as an all black american team became the first summit mount everest. the group of climbers known as full circle, everest, made it to the summit of mount everest on thursday. the team's leader, phil henderson, says quote there's a lack of representation in black people in mountaineering. he is hoping the team's success inspires others, and it's inspired to see anyone. summit mount everest. what an incredible accomplishments. i don't think i can make it to base camp at 19,000 climb. i get into this year's and take a huff and a puff, so congrats to them. and if you're heading up to the mountains probably not. i guess palisades is still open right there still being up there little bit longer. yes there'll be skiing with a t shirts. i imagine maybe even bathing suit. 71 degrees expected today over
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the tahoe area and a near repeat for tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. we also are going to have some very enjoyable weather. it may be a bit toasty for some especially inland because we will warm to near 90 degrees for at least a few locations. there's a live look from ktvu across the oakland estuary san francisco in the backdrop. a beautiful start to the day, a little bit of patchy fog right along the coastline and inside the bay. here's another view for you looking over towards alameda . we do have temperatures already warmer out the gate by four degrees in livermore, up by five san jose as well as in the north bay of napa getting into the second part of the afternoon. low sixties at the coast to upper eighties low nineties and lynn starting to feel a little bit more like summer with that span 56 at nevada right now, we have 52 atn francisco, mid fifti part of thw clouds will a
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little bit of fog along the coastline, and i. plenty of blur bayside communities and inland for theernoon winds are generally light right now. nevada reporting three mph oakland conquered, doing the same calm and napa, com and santa rosa and the afternoon highs the comparison from yesterday into today. going up by several degrees. so 81 degrees yesterday for santa rosa today going to 87 oakland, 77 expected for you upper eighties and conquered 84 over san jose. a better look at some of those numbers in just a moment. if you're going to see the a's play today, going to be gorgeous here, 75 mostly sunny skies, a little bit of westerly breeze. game time. one. oh, seven. oakland expected to top out right about 77, so it's going to be warm in the stands, especially under the sun. a better look at the afternoon house for the entire region today, and then the cool down that begins tomorrow, coming up after the break. the wires are back. we're back and we're going
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to be in the finals this year is going to happen. w warriors are four more wins away from granting the wish of that fan and so many others. we'll talk about the unlikely starve the team's big game six win. and tomorrow night band coldplay will take over levi stadium. the return of concerts is sweet, sweet music for local businesses to will take you down.coming u
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whah syndrome. they found babies who die of sids have lower levels of a particular enzyme that helps the brain wake up if you stop breathing during sleep. these researchers in australia say the next step is to develop a test for newborns that could detect the enzyme deficiency. go ahead and throw some blueberries in those pancakes or your cereal this morning because scientists at the university of cincinnati , cincinnati say eating about a half cup of blueberries a day could help prevent dementia. researchers measured cognitive abilities of people between 50 and 65 years old, who also had weight and prediabetes problems . the blueberry eating group showed improvements in cognitive performance. as well as better
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metabolic functioning and fat burning capabilities. where the ceo of alaska airlines is apologizing for all the flight delays and cancelations that passengers are seen on a daily basis. for many years. we've taken pride in running a strong operation. however we aren't living up to that commitment right now. and for that, i'm deeply sorry. here everyday. ceo ben mini coochie says passengers could see many more flights canceled through the end of this month. he says the airline just does not have enough pilots to fly the published flight schedule. right now about 50 flights are being canceled every day, and that situation is not expected to improve until june, netflix has changed its internal memo warning employees. what they may have to work on harmful content. the mon says the company is focused on creating programming for diverse audience and taste that memo rather and
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that viewers will decide what's appropriate for them versus having netflix sensor diverse content. the new memo goes on to say that if employees feel that their work is perceived as harmful to them. the netflix may not be the best place for them. more retailers are starting to limit how much baby formula can be purchased at one time, cvs and walgreens. both now have a three product limit. that's if you can find three containers there a nationwide shortage of baby formula because of a recalt many store shelves are empty. do find a store that doesvers youra few of your french fries, uber eats, is launching a robot delivery service. the four wheel boat will travel short distances like on sidewalks. the program will be tested out in l. a starting on monday. customers can choose whether they want their food delivered by a robot.
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for a human you probably don't need to tip the robot by the way. well for the first time in more than 1000 days, levi stadium is going to host a live concert. we're talking about coldplay slated to perform tomorrow night. ktvu is mark sayer tells us why this will be levi's busiest concert season yet inside. levi's stadium workers are busy putting finishing touches on the setup for coldplay's music of the spheres world tour, but despite the activity inside, it is the economic activity that the concert will create for santa clara and the surrounding community that has stadium and business leaders. most excited this will be the busiest concert season we have had here since opening levi stadium in 2014 in order to land this and other concerts on weeknights, santa clara changed its curfew policy and is allowing acts to play until 11. pm promoters can apply for up to five curfew extensions per year for events on sunday through thursday, nights and
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hour later than the usual 10 p.m. curfew. we're excited that we were able to lift the curfew so that we didn't lose the show because we couldn't have had it on a sunday night if we hadn't done that coldplay itself is making changes to bring fans in in the post pandemic era. the industry publication. pole star reports, coldplay has deliberately kept ticket prices down for this tour in order to fill stadiums, the average cost just $78 per ticket, which is about 25% less than other top acts, and that's been good for business in march and april. star says coldplay sold more tickets than any other act. return of live events for all of us is a great thing, but big stadium events are not necessarily good for everybody. not good. yeah. tish bolas indian restaurant nearby, he says a full time return of office workers is really what he needs. bowler says stadium goers tend to be more interested in using his bathrooms and stopping
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to charge their phone. actual business we get made last because of closed roads. yeah, the sales manager of a nearby hyatt house hotel says they are sold out this weekend thanks to the concert and will be able to hire additional staff. as a result, coldplay takes the stage here at levi stadium. at seven o'clock on sunday night reporting in santa clara. i'm mark sayer, ktvu, fox two news sorry. well most baseball fans have to catch a ball from the stands. but during an arkansas baseball game against vanderbilt, one fan caught that you saw it. it's a raccoon. the raccoon was running loose in the stands during the game. kind of freaking everyone out. he's he's pretty good size to when the man grabbed the animal with his bare hands there he is, held him up high and escorted the raccoon out of the stadium, all while the crowd at the stadium. that is a big raccoon and their nasty little fellas, bill, they'll bite and claw scratch. he must
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have done it before. oh, yeah, you can tell the way he's holding it if you can hold it. hold your phone. look at the crowd and not spill. you're not really sure like i know a lot of people be concerned about the raccoon as well because it's certainly you don't want to hurt the raccoon, but i don't know how you get that raccoon. from where? like i was hanging out. where do you approve the crowd safely? and then oh, yeah. you gotta put it. you know, i'm sure there's a tree out there. you just but he did look very comfortable, right? he was smiling like i'm like freaking out just like watching him. him do it? yeah encountered a few camping and they're scary. scary can get a little next one more. one more shot of it. hello that raccoon was looking at me like i'm gonna find you later. by the way. alright icu producers shelling us keep going. alright here's a here's a look into the
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east bay where we have blue skies overhead and those green hills already turning brown. we will have a warmer weather drier weather in store for your bay area weekend. today is going to be the warmer day of the weekend. i'll show you that here in just a moment here is a view of a storm tracker, too, and we'll just kind of move along quickly. we do have a little bit of fog along the coastline, where mostly sunny around the bay and inland along the coast. i think we're going to remain with a little bit of patchy fog for the entire day. our winds are generally light will pick up a little bit in the afternoon, but nothing like we've had in days past. so that's some good news there as we settle into this warmer pattern, the future cast here will show you again. those clouds out there this morning will retreat. will be partly sunny. partly cloudy for the afternoon along the coastline by tonight, though it pushes back inland. we start out tomorrow morning with cloudy skies as well, perhaps a little bit of drizzle. are you doing beta breakers tomorrow will be partly to mostly cloudy in san francisco tomorrow morning for that big event, turning partly cloudy by the second part of the
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day temperatures right now. 52 degrees in san francisco mid fifties and walnut creek 54 in livermore. and as we get into the afternoon today, san jose a warm one coming your way we're gonna see temperatures jumped by at least five, maybe seven degrees over yesterday's highs eighties in the forecast for you there in the north bay will go 82 in san rafael, upper sixties san francisco 81 redwood city, upper eighties to near 90 degrees, antioch's brentwood conquered livermore, fairfield. your extended forecast. today is the warmest day. those numbers drop tomorrow and then we're kind of on cruise control with low sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay upper seventies to low eighties inland back to you. thank you. rosemary up next, taking the classroom outside coming up in our in o'clock hour. you're going to see how these teams are learning about nature firsthand. and hurts. cancel back open this weekend for the first time since the pandemic began, the changes visitors can expect when they
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yeaw state park. the 2100 acre does. rios ranch is about 40 miles east of san jose 10 miles west of modesto, stanislaus county. the central queen river follows past the property. governor newsom announced the acquisition of the park on friday as part of the $548 million state grant. hearst castle open to the public
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this weekend for the first time in more than two years of world famous tourist attraction, california's central coast was forced to shut down due to the pandemic. an extensive storm damage and reporter day valley says the historic castle now has a new attraction. spectacular hearst castle open again at long last after being closed to the public for so long state parks has something special planned. we are taking the opportunity to still celebrate our 100 plus anniversary, and we're offering a brand new tour celebrating the life and career of famed architect julia morgan tour will definitely show her influence on this estate. and also talk a little bit about mr hearst and how they collaborated together, creating a stunning masterpiece known the world over. they designed and built this castle, which is a spectacular one of a kind collection that really could never be replicated again spanning two hours. visitors
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will view rarely seen areas of the castle and learn more. about this groundbreaking pioneer. this was one of her big projects , project number 503 for her, but it took 28 years to work here building with mr hearst. so definitely her crowning achievements, making this a jewel not only for the central coast, but all of california that can now be enjoyed once again. at hearst castle in san simeon valley. my interest is to get the money out as quickly as possible. people are feeling deep stress deep anxiety. well the governor wants to send hundreds of dollars to people across the state as part of his budget proposal will take a look at how he wants to spend a record $97 billion in surplus tax dollars. and one chapter ends as another begins today in oakland, 170 years since mills college opened its doors, its final graduating class is going
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to take the stage today, plus golden state warriors headed back to the western conference finals. and from missing the playoffs back in the western conference finals, how dub nation and the team are celebrating last night's series win at the chase center. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two you've been working in waiting to pick you up. take you from this place weekend weekend, only weekends only weekends. it's pretty good song for a weekend morning. let's go have brunch and a pretty good shot of san francisco this morning. i mean, picture perfect. to match this perfect song on this saturday morning. welcome to mornings onto thanks for waking up with
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us. it is gorgeous outside it is saturday. may 14th i'm claudine wong even better news. great weather all weekend, warming up and beta breakers tomorrow, and those runners should be in pretty good shape, right? yes we'll start out mostly cloudy, a little cool, very comfortable weather for the run partly cloudy today and the temperature is warming up. we are looking at near 90 degrees for some of our hotter spots in let me while along the coastline. we're not going to shake that fall completely nor the onshore breeze and that means low sixties for us. they're better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood and the rest of the weekend coming up. rosemary thanks happening today . mills college, holding its final graduation ceremony as an all women's independent school. ktvu is james torres joins us live at mills in oakland, with the changes coming this summer and the backlash as a result. of these big changes, james good morning. frank just under two hours from that ceremony, beginning here at mills college about 400 women will receive
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diplomas today. it will be the last time we see it in this format moving forward. it will then be coed graduations, and it'll all be part of a merged college program that will start this summer. the school will be known by a different name mills college at northeastern university mills. merged with the boston based university after reporting declining enrollment in some financial trouble, mostly fueled by the covid-19 pandemic. moving forward, the school will welcome students of all genders and school officials say they will emit more students. and offer more programs. right now, what the world needs is for bills to take its values and its mission to a larger group of students who are interested in joining us here in oakland to learn more to experience the world and to solve some of the toughest problems that we have out there. that merge is receiving some backlash. a class action lawsuit now filed in alameda court against the college, accusing the school of deceiving students . the lawsuit claims mills made empty promises to students planning to graduate in 2023. to
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entice them to keep re enrolling and taking classes without producing a degree within their major. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know what credits are going to count at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of schooling. we did get a statement from mills college, it writes. in part, mills college and northeastern university are working diligently to mitigate any issues that male students may encounter as a result of the pending merger of the two institutions. and he delays in this process had been due to different requirements of regional accreditors that graduation ceremony here at mills college, expected to begin at 9 45 this morning. they do still have covid-19 protocols. top of mind so all guests in attendance today. will be asked to wear a mask. we're live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news. alright thanks, james. well, all
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is well in dub nation this morning in the warriors had an epic fourth quarter last night bounce the grizzlies out of the postseason with a 14 point win. think that tells the story right there, steph. they are off to the western conference finals for the first time in three years and chase center was electric last night. so was play taps and here in the second quarter, he was just getting started with one of his 83 pointers that put the dubs up now in the warriors were only up to at the break. fourth quarter memphis about take the lead here, dillon brooks. with a step back three. he led the grizzlies. he had 30 memphis by won. the golden state just took it over. now up six. come on, looney will find draymond green and look at this duck boom. see you later. looney had a monster game. he had 20 boards and was feeling it after the 14 point win. her first couple of years. i couldn't even know the course . so to come to this point where they want me to be starting with them is a great accomplishment. i feel like i earned. it earned my respect and no, it feels
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feels good back here and you know, after the last two years that we've had and the dynasty over talks and you know all that nonsense. um, this one feels good. mini draymond. they're very cute. the warriors play the winner of tomorrow's game seven. that's between the dallas mavericks, the phoenix suns. if the mavs win, the warriors would then host wednesday night. our son's victory in the warriors will head down to phoenix for game one on wednesday night. no matter who the warriors play. next fans say they are confident the dubs are on their way to win another title. warriors played with a spirited effort and we wanted for the bay. i'm proud of them. guys, i want them to bring it to the championship back home. to the town or to the city. it don't matter along the bay area. we're always winning. last night and sellout crowd at chase center left the game. thrilled by that final score,
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fans admitted it was not a stress free game. it was a great game, and we're so excited that they want and i was a little nervous, but they made it and that's all that matters. we just took it. we just we own it. we always write home court, so we took care of business. and our curry and thompson splash fans say they're now focused on the western conference finals tomorrow, the wars will find out if they face the mavericks or the sons as that series wraps up. time now is 806. hundreds of pro abortion rights marches will take place across the country today that does include many right here in the bay area. some will start at 11 o'clock this morning that includes rallies at the lake merritt amphitheater in oakland, along with city hall in san jose, there will be a rally and a march that starts at civic center plaza. in san francisco. another gathering will happen at one in the city of 24th admission. the largest rally in the country is expected to be
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right in front of the supreme court. in our nation's capital. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital needs your help in identifying a patient. the hospital says this 65 year old man who was admitted to the hospital in critical condition on wednesday. the fire department picked him up at polk and sutter streets, but he had no identification on him. doctors say he has blue eyes and he is five ft. eight inches tall. if you think you recognize him or have any information you are being asked to contact the hospital rescue teams will search a section of northeastern nevada over the weekend for a missing teen from sonoma 19 year old aid, including disappeared in the nevada wilderness more than two weeks ago, his vehicle was found abandoned on the side of a highway. april 28th. investigators tracked his footprints for several miles but never found him. his loved ones gathered last night for a candlelight vigilance sonoma hoping for his safe return. all of us who know aidan have been.
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devastated by the circumstances that that he's in right now. every day now we've been praying for him and his return his safe return. the search has involved helicopters. ground teams, which include police, canine and people on horseback, police and oakley hope a new piece of evidence can help them in the search for an east bay woman who's been missing since january. authorities say cell phone case belonging to 24 year old alexis gabe was found in antioch's it has been sent to the crime lab for analysis that comes as police served a search warrant this week at the home of gabes ex boyfriend in antioch. the day gave disappeared. she told her family she was going there for a visit. alameda county's homeless population has increased more than 22% during the past three years, homeless advocates say the figures published in today's chronicle, reflect a statewide crisis. that has been particularly severe in
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the city of oakland, researchers took a homeless count during one night in february. it showed more than 9700 people experienced homelessness that night across alameda county. the vast majority of them lived in tents or cars. right time. now is eight. oh nine. let's talk about our weather. we've got a little bit of everything. we're talking about palisades. i looked it up, and until may 31st they are going to be keeping those lips open but only on weekends because there's not much snow. you're right, and it's melting fast. right 71 degrees expected got some snow this week, though, didn't they? little bit? yes yes, absolutely . yes. they needed it. yeah there we go. okay love. look at that. you ask you shall receive no kidding, boy parking lot looks pretty naked. it's an easy drive up. that's what i always say. you know, when it comes to spring skiing, maybe the snow is not great, but golf course right there by the way to that's it. you guys would like to work in
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the morning golf in the afternoon margaritas at night. who's in let's go. alright here's another beautiful view. we've got to golden gate park, at least part of it in san francisco and the golden gate bridge as well as the marin headlands. and that beautiful fog. there was just a double checking that towers right about 746 ft. above watcher mike mibach is always really good for knowing exactly on that. i know it's between 7 47 50. but the marine layer depth right in there, and there's a good measuring stick for us the golden gate bridge this morning, so the marine layer along the coastline inside the bay, despite all that will be warmer today, and we are warmer this morning, up by four degrees in concord. foreign nevado half moon by one of the spots along the coastline a little bit cooler. palo alto. you're definitely feeling the difference this morning, nine degrees above where you started yesterday. 55 right now in san francisco of upper fifties in areas like santa rosa napa, nevada 56 fifties in walnut
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creek, 59 in san jose, already reaching into the sixties. brentwood fairfield looking at the mid upper sixties, so we are going to see a quick rebound and temperatures today 5 to 10 degrees above yesterda were already pretty warm inland. yesterday your storm tracker to here showing you a quiet one when it comes to any possibility of rain, not going to see that, but we will have the fog along the coastline. for today. it's going to pull back just a bit as we get a little bit closer to sunset and into the late afternoon hours, it will move back and it will move back across the bay by tonight. meanwhile the winds generally light out there conquered, reporting three mph napa and oakland reporting calm conditions will see it turn on just a little bit in the afternoon, but nothing like earlier in the week. it's going to be generally light when it comes to our winds. and when it comes to our numbers, well above average 87 degrees in santa rosa for today, upper sixties for san francisco upper seventies in oakland, upper eighties in livermore and 84 over san jose.
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a better look at these afternoon highs and what you can expect for the rest of your weekend coming up in just a little bit. cloudy one indonesian bazaar is coming to the bay area next weekend. coming up in the next hour, the founder of friends of indonesia will be in our studio to talk about the indonesian culture and what you can expect at that bizarre. plus a special gift getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. and we're talking about more funding to keep bay area of h
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i td in two separate shootings in milwaukee, large crowds gathered in the entertainment district to watch the milwaukee bucks against the celtics in their game six in the nba eastern conference playoff game. three people wounded in that first shooting 17 were injured in the second shooting. that happened a couple of hours later in a couple of blocks away, local tv station reports police made 10 arrests were covered nine guns. none of the injuries are behat story, and we'll bring you all the new details as soon as we get that information. investigators are looking into the cause of a fire at a senior citizen coop in san francisco. seven people were injured, including five who went to the hospital. two of the victims suffered critical injuries. flames quickly spread to the
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wood frame building. three units were destroyed, while three others had moderate smoke and fire damage. i heard the fires and then i saw flames coming out of all the windows crews immediately pulled two people out of the top floor in the rear. two people out of the ground floor and the rear who were trapped one person from the second floor in the rear. firefighters say the situation could have been worse. the building is next door to rosa parks elementary school teachers were able to rush over from that school and evacuate tenants. crews say some of the residents are elderly and would have had trouble getting out on their own. what are the east bay's best known bars and music venues, has now set a date to reopen. finally the stork club that's on july the first the new owners are planning a big party on that date celebrate the reopening, hosted by legendary cult
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filmmaker john waters. the 100 year old bar shut down two years ago due to economic problems caused by the pandemic. anyone giraffe is now running and jumping with the help of a custom leg brace. that giraffe is now three years old. check her out. she was born with her front leg bent the wrong way at the san diego zoo and zoo keepers were worried that she would die if it wasn't corrected. but they say after a lot of research and some trial and error, they were able to fit her with a carbon fiber brakes that corrected her condition and saved her life. it is a custom molded carbon graphite brace, and we actually put the giraffe pattern on there, too, just so it would blend in with other wildlife. now the draft can walk and even run with the rest of the giraffe herd field trip turns into a lesson about nature that some school children will not soon forget. they visited florida keys to learn about marine life spotted a young sperm whale swimming in shallow water. the animal was alone. it
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seemed to be injured teacher called in experts to help out, but it's believed the calf later stranded itself and died. a necropsy is pending. in that moment, i was like, like, upset because we couldn't do anything to help it, you know, and but it was like, i don't want to say cool, but it was interesting to see how everything like in the wild life like we got to see what would happen. two endangered sperm whales have turned up dead in the florida keys in a week's time. researchers blame leftover fish traps and netting may have killed 47 ft. sperm whale. the school children are learning about the fragile miss of life in our oceans. all right. time. now is 8 18. let's get right over to rosemary for check of how our saturday shaping up. good morning, rosemary morning to both of you. if you like. the warmer weather, that is what is on tap, especially for inland cities. about 90 degrees or so for some of our hotter spots
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today is going to be the warmest day. so if you don't like the heat well, good news. it's not going to last too long. here's a view over pacifica, where it is foggy and chilly temperatures in the low fifties, so not too bad. but when you have that fog in place, it helps, of course, to make it feel just a little bit cooler. although that flag there winds are generally light, i do expect it afternoon sea breeze. it will be fairly localized along the coastline will go with low sixties for today. our inland cities again. upper eighties to about 90. here's a view over san jose, starting out with mostly sunny skies kind of a summer like pattern in place, and temperatures are going to be anywhere from 20 to 25 degrees of the difference between our coast and our inland areas, so it is beginning to feel a little bit more like summer. storm tracker to there. we've got some activity over the pacific northwest washington, oregon, northern california, but we are locked under high pressure, and that is going to remain the case
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through the weekend. tomorrow we begin to cool down, but we're still going to be very, very pleasant, even warm. for some. here's a view of what's happening. a bird's eye view along the coastline where that low cloud cover will continue to retreat. but as we get into the evening hours, it's going to push back and some of the models even indicating we could have little bit of drizzle to start tomorrow morning. he's going to beta breakers. i'll have that forecast for you coming up in just a moment. meanwhile, half moon bay reporting a wind gust to 20 mph, but most areas generally light and calm. hayward livermore and san jose all reporting calm conditions right now. we are going to see again today. temperatures coming up by 5 10 degrees over yesterday's highs and then as we get into sunday, we do begin to cool things down in that transition in the powder. could bring a little bit of a breeze as well. the future cast here as we get into the second part of the afternoon, we'll go with partly sunny skies for the coast , mostly sunny for the rest of us and then getting into sunset right about 8 12 this evening.
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the clouds do begin to push back across the bay. and there's a look at tomorrow morning. we've got mostly cloudy skies over san francisco for bay to breakers. we even have a few patches of blue out there. may see some drizzle to start the day 55 degrees in and around san francisco right now, we have upper fifties in napa upper sixties already reported in brentwood. and into our south bay, 59 over san jose 84 for you today, san jose will go 69 in san francisco low eighties for san rafael, upper eighties to close to 90 degrees antioch, brentwood conquered. fairfield livermore, all of our communities right in there. so tomorrow morning bay to breakers . we start out right about eight o'clock with mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog 54 degrees, and then as we run closer to the coast by about 11 o'clock, continuing with the partly sunny , partly cloudy skies and temperatures, only a few degrees warmer, so great running weather for you there. here's a look at the extended forecast. temperatures do begin to drop off and notable drop coming our
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way on sunday and then not a lot of change. hopefully this is your kind of weather low sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay for seventies to about 80 degrees tuesday into wednesday, back to you all sounds good. thank you. rosemary seven just wrapped up a meeting this morning how the nation's plans to help ukrai you never know what opportunities life will send your way. but if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic arthritis,
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hers the bay area, increasing their efforts to crack down on illegal side shows oakland pd. they've arrested five people this month . just last week, they told some 60 vehicles that a sideshow authorities continue to say side shows will not be tolerated. well governor, newsom is now taking action in response to the growing number of shootings on california highways. yesterday the governor unveiled his $10 million plan new cameras on freeways and four california counties. that list
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includes alameda and contra costa counties, where there have been several deadly highway shootings in just the past year. two cases are very close to, uh, our our hearts here. jasper woo in november of 2021 david wynn in january of 2022. we wish we had some cameras there to help us and those investigations. david wen was a 28 year old alameda county sheriff's department recruit who was killed while driving home near the bay bridge toll plaza toddler jasper wu was killed by a stray bullet on 8 80 in oakland. and the state of california is projecting a record $97.5 billion budget surplus, and governor gavin newsom says he wants to put that $18 billion back into people's pockets to counter high inflation. his proposal includes rebates for gas taxes, rent relief and stipends for some hospital and nursing home staff . he is also pledging to increase spending on health care, education, child care and
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the environment. the plan now goes to the legislature to debate that final budget. up next firefighters slowly getting ahead on that coastal fire that destroyed at least 20 homes in southern california. we all have the update from firefighters next. plus a young girl from san francisco is getting ready to distribute comfort kits for children who are dealing with loss and coming up in our nine o'clock hour. she's coming to ktvu right before the event to tell us how she came up with the idea. at such a young age. that's fine with me. you for me , man to be wanted them just playing.
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70.s the last time mills college will hold a commencement ceremony as an all women's independent school, plus the group of the world's wealthiest nations. the g seven wrapping up today we're going to tell you why the nation's focused on the war in ukraine and the impact it's having on the world economy. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto. and good morning . um fabulous. what more can you
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say? look at that. marin headlands, little cotton balls of fog hovering over and around the bay bridge like a little cradle there and beautiful mountains below and marin county are above gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, somewhat. looks like a pretty fair day here in the bay area. happy saturday. everyone welcome back to ktvu mornings on two. i'm frank malika claudine wong. thanks for spending your saturday morning with us, rosemary, your weather trying to shape of a nice day. it's already off to a great start. yes and already off to the races for inland areas in the sixties this morning, so that fog along the coastline we just saw an inside the bay. right about there with a very shallow marine layer in place for the weekend temperatures along the coastline due to that fog, a little bit of an onshore breeze a 62 degrees in pacifica, meanwhile, are inland areas with sunny skies. upper eighties sun will set at 8 12. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood this weekend coming up. alright thanks. rosemary what happening today it will be a bittersweet
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time for students and faculty at mills college ktvu james torres has been at that school all morning long and reports where it will host its 134th and final commencement. as an all women's private college. and a little more than an hour from now about 400 women will receive diplomas from mills college. it will be the last of its kind. moving forward. graduation ceremonies will be coed and part of emerged college program. starting this summer, the school will be known by a different name mills college at northeastern university. mills merged with the boston based college after reporting declining enrollment fueled by the covid-19 pandemic. moving forward. the school will welcome students of all genders and school officials say they will be able to hire more faculty admit more students and offer more programs right now what to take its values and its mission to a larger group of ino learn more to experience the world and to solve some ofhave
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out there. that merge is receiving some backlash. class action lawsuit now filed against the college, accusing the school deceiving students. the lawsuit claims mills made empty promises to students planning to graduate in 2023. to entice them to keep re enrolling and taking classes without producing a degree in their major. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know what credits are going to count at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of schooling. in a statement to ktvu mills, wrote mills college in northeastern university, are working diligently to mitigate any issues that mill students may encounter as a result of the pending merger of the two institutions and he delays in the process. have been due to different requirements of regional accreditors. that graduation ceremony is set to begin at 9 45 this morning and covid-19 protocols are still top
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of mind. so school is asking all guests to wear a mask if they are attending. reporting in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news. thank you. james more evacuated residents returning home after a wildfire was fanned by high winds destroyed. 20 homes damaged 11. others burned 200 acres containment now up to 40. most mandatory evacuations have been lifted, but the house is on a few streets in that area still off limits people who are allowed to return or cleaning debris that may have been left over from all that damage. firefighters are hoping to put out the fire before early next week, when temperatures in orange county could soar into the one hundred's. well governor newsom says a main part of his budget proposal is funding to flight climate change, and that includes preparations for the wildfire season. we have to confront the extremes. ah by confronting this challenge with
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an unprecedented budget. the governor wants to spend an additional $9.5 billion on climate change, bringing the two year climate budget to more than 47 billion. extra money includes another $1.3 billion to address the drought, plus a quarter billion for wildfire and force protection projects already underway involved more prescribed burns. a new fire fighting equipment. firefighters meanwhile, preparing for the fire season will be out again. today they are training in northwest contra costa county. we are anticipating a dangerous fire year. we have an awful lot of well dried vegetation on the ground already as a result of the weather conditions that we've experienced up till now. conditions currently in the middle of mayor what fire crews normally see in july and august the training areas on the philips 66 refinery property, the dry brush catches fire every year, which puts nearby homes at risk, some as far away. as rodeo
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and crockett. kind of like it because then the bushes been burnt down. so in case there is a real fire. there's really no bush to burn. the drill turned into a real exercise, actually, as a fire broke out along highway 80. the training does include contra costa county fire protection districts. main wildfire hand crew, along with academy recruits who are about to graduate. nearby fire departments are also taking part. in wildfire suppression training through the end of the month of may. the area. healthcare leaders want to see people wearing masks inside again. our region has the highest covid-19 case rate in the state right now, ktvu is immigrants spoke to a doctor about this renewed call to mask up. indoors. 12 bay area health officers released a joint statement friday urging the public to once again mask up indoors because covid-19 cases
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and now hospitalizations are on the rise. san francisco public health is reporting more than 60 . people are hospitalized with covid. it's the largest uptake around the bay area. monica gandhi at ucsf says it's a manageable caseload for hospitals. and at this point, there's so much immunity that we're seeing cases, but they're mostly a mild and essentially our hospitalizations are still staying very low. which is why bay area public health officers are recommending rather than mandating masks be worn indoors . they're leaving it up to each person to determine their own risk, and some already are when it comes to dining out, and we've seen some people really wanting to be more outside, and he was like a few weeks ago, probably french basque restaurant on battery street. was fully stacked for friday. dinner rush. the winter omicron surge kept workers even the owner out sick in december, not these days, so far can it doesn't translate to the business yet. but you know, as
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we say, it's a day by day, and we're going to have to see what's happening. berkeley law grad plans to move to san francisco shortly she's also planning to wear a mask. she said many of her classmates tested positive for covid in the last month feel comfortable continuing to mask because i think it is the best way to come back. covid public health officials also recommended people ask their doctors of antiviral medications lpal covid meant for people with a higher risk for severe illness could be an option if they test positive for covid to help shorten their course of symptoms . reporting in berkeley demagogues ktvu fox two news. well several european nations are now proposing helping ukraine export its wheat and other grains to get around the russian blockade of ports along the black sea. the european union announced today that it plans to establish alternative routes to get those grains out of ukraine for shipment to other parts of the world. russia's invasion of ukraine has created
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a major disruption of global food supplies. russia and ukraine are two of the world's biggest exporters of wheat, barley and sunflower oil. it's up now. 8 37. there's about 20,000 people that are about to descend upon san francisco and then i don't know how many people will be watching. but bay to breakers is tomorrow, and i guess we're gonna have perfect weather for it right. we will have some nice weather and yes, nice running weather. nice and cool. start out with mostly cloudy skies. turning partly sunny by the second part of the race and temperatures will be in the fifties. so nice but not too chilly. not too warm. here's the look over san jose, where we have mostly sunny skies and temperatures for today over san jose into the eighties. this after experiencing 77 yesterday . the notable climb continues for today. today is going to be the warmest day of the weekend and temperatures this morning already up in most places up by four degrees in nevada, up by three and areas over the east bay of livermore, as well as san jose. half moon bay, one of the
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cooler spots with some fog out there this morning feels a bit cool and 50 degrees right now at half moon bay, a little breezy 55 in san francisco upper fifties along the east bay shore, low sixties and walnut creek. 57 outside your door. napa look here. storm tracker to where it is quiet, but we do have that fog along the coastline. it will continue to retreat just a bit more. but then as we get into the second part of the afternoon and evening hours, it pushes back pushes back across the bay may even have a little bit of drizzle. tomorrow morning. winds are generally light incom come in napa common oakland conquered, reporting just three mph. we'll see that afternoon breeze pick up just a little bit. but in any regard we are looking at temperatures coming up by several degrees over yesterday's. here's a comparison from yesterday and two today. santa rosa 81 for you yesterday . today you're going to 87 oakland, you're going to warm six degrees over yesterday's high 77 in the forecast for u upper eighties and conquered 84 expected for san jose. better
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look around 86 for napa today. 88 in concord. anti aqmd flirting with 90 degrees 89 expected for you there along the peninsula 77 san mateo. temperatures will drop as we get into your bay area sunday and then we hold steady for the next several days. better details on what you can expect coming up. he's got 20. well the more the warriors are moving ahead to the western conference finals coming up at nine and tell you all about that electric night at the chase center. also ahead. we are celebrating asian american pacific islander month this morning by bringing in indonesian culture. right here in our studio right after the break. we're live with the head of the friends of indonesia to tell us about upcoming events that will bring the taste of indonesia to san francisco
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deaths yes, they do. cause it's sudden infant death syndrome. they found babies who have sids have lower levels of a particular inside that helps the brain wake you up. if you stop breathing during sleep, these researchers in australia say the next step is to develop a test for newborns that could detect inside. deficiency. ceo of the last caroline's is apologizing for the flight delays and all the cancelations that passengers are seen on a daily basis. for many years. we've taken pride in running a strong operation.
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however we aren't living up to that commitment right now. and for that, i'm deeply sorry. i hear every day from ceo ben mini coochie says passengers could see many more flights canceled through the end of the month. he says the airline does not having a pilots to fly the published flight schedule right now about 50 flights are being canceled each day. that situation is not expected to improve. until sometime in june. netflix has changed its internal memo warning employees that they may have to work on harmful content . the memo says the company is focused on creating programming for a diverse audience and taste. and that viewers will decide what's appropriate for them versus having netflix sensor diverse content. the new memo goes on to say that if employees feel that their work is perceived as harmful to them the netflix may not be the best place for them to work. more retailers are starting to limit how much baby formula can be purchased at one time. cvs and walgreens. both have a three
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product limit. that's if you can find three containers on the shelf, a nationwide shortage. a baby formula because of a recall and production issues means that many of those shelves sit empty problem has some parents spending hours driving around to find a store. with some in stock and no more worries about the person who delivers your food, taking a little bite of your french fries. uber eats is launching a robot delivery service. the four wheeled will travel short distances like on sidewalks. the program will be tested out in l. a starting monday. customers can choose whether they want their food delivered by a robot or a human. guess what? you probably don't need to tip that robot. now for one day, only a food hall in san francisco is going to transform into an exotic market with everything from food, art, fashion and entertainment. it's called the indonesian bizarre. put on by the friends of indonesia happening a week from today, the founder of friends of
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indonesia angelici tragedy joins us live in studio with more on what we can expect. thank you so much for being here. thank you so much for having me over here. remarkable event. tell me the idea behind the bazaar. so the best are would be an fn that we created to introduce, promote and so showcase our beautiful country. indonesia. we are so many things right? so many things from food to how you entertain and everything and really, it feels like it's going to be an immersive event. yes so this event we will have stalls with one of a kind food fenders from indonesia. they will sell indonesian foods and we also going to have indonesian groceries selling groceries from indonesia. we also going to have a traditional dance from indonesia little taste of it, and we also have a batic fashion show fantastic seafood there, too, and i feel like this is always a way for the indonesian community to celebrate, but also
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a way to introduce people to the different foods and different things that they may not be familiar with. you know, in general? yes indonesian culture not very well represented, especially in the bay area. it's um it's very difficult for people to just look for indonesian restaurant and to get indonesian food. so i'm hoping with this event. we're hoping that we make more noise and we tell people what a wonderful culture and food and everything that we can showcase. the introduction is important. and i know that you said even what people will wear. i mean, you're wearing a beautiful outfit today. tell me a little about what you're wearing. so this is we call this kumbaya. and this is the traditional indonesian outfit. indonesia is made out of islands, so every islands have their own traditional outfit, and this one is from the island of java and actually, when i was growing up, my grandma used to
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wear this outfit every day, the same style but just different materials. and once you go to the fancy parties, you just have it. spend here material once you work in the kitchen, you just have more simple style, but it's the same. style style. always yes, changes it up with a different fabrics that you use in terms of how people when they come to the bazaar. what do you want them to do in terms of how to experience at the most and make sure they see everything. try the food, be able to talk to the people who will be. yes so this this event was from the organization friends of indonesia that we just started and we want to show the world the wonders of indonesia. so when you come into the event, we want you to walk around and talk to our fenders and experience them and ask them. about what their offerings and how this product would come here and also enjoy our dance and enjoy our
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traditional material fashion show and hopefully you would laugh it and you will be celebrated with it sounds amazing. what does it mean to be able to share it? you know, to not take beyond your community and how people understand a little bit more. about the culture? yes um i would love to make a little bit impact in the indonesian community that we bring me in. and dhoni asia to the area expecially so we will we will be able to create more future for our community. it sounds amazing. and certainly we wish you the very best on this. first of many events. i think i hope yes. thank you. bizarre and wish you the best success. alright so if you'd like to go put it on your calendar. there it is on your screen. the indonesian bizarre takes place next saturday, may 21st it'll go from 11 to 3 in the afternoon at la cocina municipal marketplace on hyde street in san francisco. there's a $5 entry fee. well if
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you are going to be out and about this weekend, we've got some great weather coming your way i would suggest sunblock and some water and maybe the shades. we do have plenty of sunshine outside of the coastline. there here is a look there as we look towards the west and you can see the golden gate bridge as well as off towards the coast. we've got some cloud cover specific a half moon by socked in pretty good this morning as well as ocean beach. but you get away from the coast and we've got plenty of blue sky storm tracker to there. we will continue with the clouds along the coastline, turning partly cloudy for the afternoon. but not really expecting the clouds to retreat completely so partly sunny to partly cloudy here, mostly sunny for the rest of us and temperatures warmer than where we were yesterday at by several degrees. we are with calm conditions in most areas. hayward, livermore and san jose get closer to the water. sfo reporting eight mph half moon bay reporting eight mph. and when it comes to that cloud cover again, expecting it to
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retreat just a little bit. and then as we get closer to sunset, right about 8 12 this evening, the clouds begin to push back across the bay. and then tomorrow morning, we'll start out with partly to mostly cloudy skies for the coast, north bay inside the bay, the east bay shore down through the south bay. and even a little bit of blue out there, indicating we could have a little bit of drizzle. so for our bay to breakers, folks that are going to be out there tomorrow. partly sunny, mostly cloudy and temperatures will be in the fifties again for tomorrow. 55 degrees san francisco right now, 59 in nevada. low sixties and walnut creek and brentwood. you are 70 degrees already feeling a little bit like summer in your neighborhood. the a's forecast for you today. game time one. oh 7 75 degrees. mostly sunny skies with a nice west breeze to about 15 mph so very comfortable weather, although if you're sitting in the stands under the sun yes. make sure you have the ball cap or something to protect your eyes and make sure you have
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the water as well. it's going to feel warm out there upper sixties for san francisco today. low eighties redwood city 79 mountain view for the east bay shore upper seventies too low eighties upper eighties to low nineties for our inland east bay. into the north bay 87 expected for santa rosa. you are looking at beautiful weather for tahoe this weekend. are you heading up? we've got upper thirties right now in truckee to upper fifties. in blue canyon and then getting into the forecast highs for the lake tahoe area around the lake seventies, expected for today, as well as tomorrow under mostly sunny skies. extended forecast for us here at home. today is the warmest day we take a notable drop tomorrow and then a little bit cooler on monday, only to come up slightly tuesday into wednesday sixties that the coastal seventies around the bay upper seventies too low eighties expected inland. back to you. all sounds good, rosemary oroczy tomorrow. coming up on the nine. we're speaking live with one of the event organizers to tell us
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concert has been held at levi's for more than 1000 days. special lots for people with floor tickets. open up that 1 32 o'clock tomorrow afternoon regular parking lots than open up at four, followed by gates an hour later. the concert by the way, begins at seven p.m. sunday night. this will be the busiest concert season we have had here since opening levi stadium in 2014. we're excited that we were able to lift the curfew so that we didn't lose this show because we couldn't have had it on a sunday night. if we hadn't done that. santa clara officials, the 49ers and concert promoters have been working very hard to comply with city noise and curfew rules . santa clare changed his policy to allow acts to play. till 11 o'clock on weekends. promoters can also apply for up to five curfew extensions, moving the time from 10 to 11 on weeknights breakers. race returns tomorrow morning, and here's a look at the course and the closures. it
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does affect things in the city. now that race is gonna start at the embarcadero. racers will head through south of market. there will be major street closures all along the route and you see there on your screen into hayes valley in the panhandle and then through golden gate park, ocean beach. now it all starts at eight. in the morning. you got about 18,000 people who have registered for this event, and you can expect to see plenty of wild costumes and some rowdy racers. one thing is no bags. if you're a runner, unless they're clear and small, and the guidance is no bigger than, uh, really like 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper, um, and then the other one is no wheel devices and no alcohol in the course. masks are not going to be required for this event up next, you all women's school in oakland that's mills college, holding its final graduation today. coming up at nine o'clock. we'll tell you all about the new chapter head for this 170 year old institution.
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anye moving ahead to the western conference finals and coming up at nine to tell you all about that election night at chase center. and this morning. we're also live at mills college this morning. you can see folks out there because ceremonies are going to begin within the hour. the last graduating class of all women are going to receive their diplomas there. sun is out more
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in this last chapter for the school as a new one begins. and a watch party for the nba eastern conference playoff game turns violent this morning 21 people are recovering from injuries will tell you how many suspects police arrested in that shooting. and the number of guns recovered. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning to you and welcome back to mornings onto there's a live look at the oakland estuary this morning jack london square and all its glory a great day to get out. if you want to go for a run, it is not hot yet. and so it's a perfect day out there. i think, welcome to mornings onto it is may 14th i'm claudine wong. let's grab a boat. yeah let's go ask them first. yes probably a good idea. well happy saturday, everyone. the weather looks great. let's check in with rosemary gets forecast on a great weekend. yes, we are looking at some nice weather coming our way. temperatures are going to be even warmer than
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yesterday. so if you enjoyed yesterday you will hopefully enjoy today. meanwhile are inland cities going to continue to see temperatures climb? it's going to be a bit toasty inland. if you're going to beta breakers for tomorrow, temperatures are going to be nice and cool for the run. better details on what you can expect for your neighborhood this weekend. coming up in just a little bit. thank you. rosemary new this morning, milwaukee police will hold a news conference in an hour from now about the shooting connected to the nba playoffs. but we have now learned there were three shootings last night. the injured at least 21 people in their downtown area bars, restaurants, of course, all packed as large crowds gathered to watch game six of the semifinals between the boston celtics in the milwaukee bucks. one person was wounded in the first shooting, three injured in that second incident 17 wounded in that third shooting, at least 10 people have been taken into custody. nine guns have been recovered. none of the injuries are believed. to be life threatening. happening today in mills college, is holding its final graduation ceremony as an
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all women's independent school. ktvu james torre's life for us at mills and oakland with the changes come in the summer. the backlash as a result of those changes a lot to talk about james, but certainly need to celebrate the women behind you and their caps and gowns getting ready to get those diplomas. yeah lots of smiles this morning , claudia. we're about 45 minutes away from that ceremony getting started and you see the women out here taking some photos. they're saying hi to each other. in fact, one graduate told me she's seeing some of her classmates. for the first time in her two years as a student here, all thanks. of course to covid-19. these students are filing and now combination of undergraduate and grad students this morning after today, all graduation ceremonies will then be coed. and part of emerged college program. starting this summer. the school will be known by different names mills college at northeastern university. mills merged with the boston based university after the college reported declining enrollment and some financial troubles partially fueled by the covid-19 pandemic. and moving forward. the school will then welcome students of
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all genders. school officials. we spoke to say they will be able to hire more faculty admit more students and offer more programs as a part of the merger. a woman graduated with her master's this morning today tells me she thinks mills will still be able to provide a meaningful education for future students. everything happens for a reason. um it is unfortunate for us. however, i still feel like the staff that are here will still be able to provide wonderful education for the students coming into mills calls newt eastern and be able to support them the best way they can. but not everyone is as optimistic a class action lawsuit filed against the college accusing the school of deceiving students that also claims mills made empty promises to students planning to graduate in 2023 to entice them and to keep them re enrolling and taking classes without producing a degree within their measures. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know
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what credits are going to count at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of schooling. in a statement to ktvu mills wrote quote mills college and northeastern university are working diligently to mitigate any issues that mill students may encounter as a result of the pending merger of the two institutions, and he delays in this process has been due to different requirements of regional accreditors. let's take it back here live at mills college graduates are still finally in this morning. they say they very much are aware. of the class action lawsuit and some of the drama surrounding the college nowadays, but as you said earlier, claudine today is definitely a day for smiles and celebration. as these folks have been working very hard to get to the degree and to the point where they're at this morning. the graduation ceremony set to begin at 9 45, and you are seeing masks on faces this morning. that's because the college still has covid-19 protocols top of mind, so they're asking all graduates and all guests to wear a mask if
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they're here today. we live this morning in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. alright thanks, james will several other local universities are holding in person commencement ceremonies today, u c. berkeley hosting a campus wide event for all students receiving degrees at every cal school in college. the ceremony begins at 10 this morning at memorial stadium. dominican university in san rafael has also at 10 a.m. and then cal state, east bay and hayward continues its commencements today and tomorrow. and all is well in dub nation this morning wars had an epic fourth quarter last night bounced the girls out of the postseason. with that 14 point win. the grizzlies are done. they're off to the western conference finals for the first time in three years. chase center electric so was that guy right there. klay thompson had eight threes dubs were up nine. the warriors only up to those at the break. fourth quarter. memphis about take the lead, dillon brooks. a little step back three. he's got it. they go up one he had 30 points. in golden state just took it over.
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even ludie. look at this great little pass inside. there's draymond green with one handed slam dunk as a worries poured on , looney had a monster game hit 20 boards and was feeling it after this 14 point win. it means like when your teammates once you're there on the court with him. i've been playing with them guys for years and, uh, for them to know. trust me, and he's in these moments. his big for me. this is the first time on my minute sheet. this year. that i had guys logged for 40 plus minutes. so we didn't want to go back to memphis. the warriors play the winner. tomorrow's game seven between the mavericks in the phoenix suns. if dallas wins , the warriors will host the mavs on wednesday night. a son's victory in the warriors will be after phoenix to play game one of the western conference finals on wednesday night in phoenix. well no matter who the warriors playing next, fans say they are confident that doves are on their way to win another title. warriors play with a spirited effort and we wanted for debate
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. i'm proud of them. guys, i want them to bring about the championship back home to the town or to the city. it don't matter long as the debate area. we're always winning. well last night, the sellout crowd at chase center left the game thrilled by the final score, but fans admitted it was not a stress free game. it was a great game, and we're so excited that they want and i was a little nervous, but they made it and that's all that matters. we just took it. we just we own it. we always always write home court, so to do what we can do business. and our curry and thompson splash fans say they are now focused on the western conference finals tomorrow. the warriors find out if they face the mavericks or the sons as that series wraps up. turning down to oakley, where police are hoping a new piece of evidence can help them in the search for an east bay woman who has been missing since january, has already said cell phone case
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that belonged to 24 year old alexis gave was found in anti aachen. it has now been sent to the crime lab for analysis that comes as police served a search warrant this week at the home of gabes ex boyfriend in antioch's the day gave disappeared. she told her family she was going there for a visit. time now is 909 rescue teams will search a section of northeastern nevada over the weekend for a missing teenager from sonoma 19 year old aid, including disappeared in the nevada wilderness more than two weeks ago, his vehicle was found abandoned on the side of a highway. april 28th. investigators tracked his footprints for several miles, but they never found him. his loved ones gathered last night for candlelight vigilance, so sonoma hoping for his safe return. all of us who know aidan have been. devastated by the circumstances that that he's in right now. every day now we've been praying for him and his return his safe return. that
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search has involved helicopters . ground teams, which include police, canine and people on horseback. zuckerberg san francisco general hospital needs your help identifying a patient , the hospital says this 65 year old man was admitted to the hospital in critical condition. on wednesday, the fire department picked him up at poll consider streets, but he had no identification on him. doctors say he has blue eyes and his five ft eight inches tall if you think you recognize him or have any information, you're being asked to contact the hospital. time now, 9 10. let's get you outside on a go do it weekend we got the bay to breakers and a lot of great hiking out there today. it just looks great ace game a little bit later this afternoon is going to be fabulous weather all around. it's going to be a bit warm inland, though. operate eighties under the sun that's a hot day. temperatures are already rebounding and some areas inland reporting sixties and a few low seventies. here's a look at the east bay shore where we do have a view of folks already on the
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go. it looks like the 5 80 80 transition there through emeryville. mostly sunny skies. we've got a little bit of fog along the coastline and just inside the bay and along the coast, one of the spots where we are actually starting out cooler, half moon bay with mostly cloudy skies right now. we have mostly sunny skies in livermore and conquered and you are up by five degrees as we get into the second part of the day. temperatures are expected to warm over yesterday and for our inland cities already a bit warm yesterday. here's a look at what we're expecting, or what's outside our door. right now. we have 59 degrees in san francisco . we have 65 in walnut creek. we have 71 in brentwood. so the farther away you get from the water there, the warmer you are already a little bit of fog along the coastline expected to remain the entire day. it will continue to retreat. some but getting into the late afternoon early evening hours with localized seabreeze do expect the clouds to reform and eventually moved back across the bay this evening. the winds are light and calm. fairfield reporting. com santa rosa
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reporting com nevado 10 concord five and oakland. six when it comes to the afternoon highs, well above average 87 the afternoon high for santa rosa today, 69 san francisco 77 in oakland upper eighties for livermore and 84 expected over san jose. let's give you a look across the region low sixties for pacifica into the north bay 86 napa. in the east bay 89 for you, annie haak 87 in the south bay of morgan hill today is going to be the warmest day temperatures will begin to trend downward as we get into your bay area sunday. a better look at what you can expect for the rest of the weekend coming after the break. paintings are getting shot. grandmothers are getting shot. women are getting shot. i mean, there's some cowardly stuff. after several deadly freeway shootings. part of the governor's budget includes money to try to make things safer. we'll tell you how that funding can help along dangerous stretch of road and contra costa and alameda counties, and the number
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of female athletes is growing. but still sports are dominated by their male counterparts coming up right after the break. we're talking with an organizer of the event played like a girl. and what the event is all
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♪ girl you know it's been way too long ♪ ♪ i got to get back in my zone ♪ ♪ ooh wee ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ alright ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ 3... 2... 1... ♪ ♪ you know i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ [ music stops ] ♪ hey ladies, don't we look good? ♪ ♪ we came to have a good time baby ♪ ♪ said i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ ♪ me and all of my girls gonna tear it up ♪
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is. the san joaquin river flows past that property. the land is currently owned by river partners. but obey city news group says that governor newsom announced the acquisition of the park. on friday or part of a $548 million state grant. well history has been made as an all black american team became the first to summit mount everest. the group of climbers known as full circle, everest, made it to the summit of mount everest on thursday. the team's leader, phil henderson, says quote there is a lack of representation in black people in mountaineering, and he hopes the team's success inspires others. alright your time now is 9 16. now it doesn't really matter if you kick run or shoot as long as you play like a girl that is the message for girls ages 2 to 18 and piedmont tomorrow the event is called play like a girl piedmont, encouraging girls to play sports in a fun and supportive environment. let's bring in the organizer eva phalen, joining us
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live here on this nine o'clock hour. good morning to you. good morning. thanks for having me what a great event. i love this. i know that you guys promote that. look if girls play sports, they have better standardized test results and non athletes. they go on to earn 7% higher in annual wages and other non athletes, peers and, of course, self esteem is always a benefit. tell me what you see. in terms of i know you guys have done this event before and other spots what you can see in the girls that changes as they start to play these sports and do these activities. oh my goodness . it's just it's amazing. this event really started as a way of getting girls playing sports. um more involved in sports and trying new sports that maybe they haven't tried before. stand. it's truly amazing in the sense that you'll see girls come out this event, and they it's all girls, right? so it's different than if you played a coed sports playing sports, and
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when you come out, this environment is so supportive. the girls come out. we are expecting without four or 500 girls from around the bay area and their families and it's truly just a win. win win. win win. what we say is the athletes obviously have benefit of trying new sports, but the parents they come and they see and they would have never known that their daughter was interested. let's say and sensing or field, hockey or rugby, and they can the organizations are so excited to be there in front of it's often hard to reach demographic and if they if their daughter falls in love with mountain biking or field hockey, they can sign up right there for a class or a camp, and it's just it's the girl power vibe is just palpable at this. i love it. you know what? i love all these pictures to right tire flipping you talk about field hockey. boxing so many things that sometimes what happens right is that we introduced our kids to things that we knew, or we were part of
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. but you know, i mean, there are far more opportunities for young girls today than there were when i was growing up. so sometimes it's not on purpose. we just don't we don't we don't know to, you know, maybe open up the store. for you know the girls in our lives? it's so true. it's so true, and i mean, honestly, it's expensive you if you have a child who says i want to try a new sport, there's this hesitation so this event being totally free and open to girls or anyone who identifies as being female. it'sea a way for us to show piedmont recreation that we fully support them in and being an athlete and their dreams and by the parents being there showing their support as well. it's showing that they matter and we just don't get that message enough, you know, so true. so much mentoring and modeling, too, right if you are taking boxing lessons from a female coach, then you can also see this is
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where i could go. this is not just today, but if they want to pursue it at a you know, and more intense level or if they just want to try it 1000 sports you know, and make it front. either way, i think having those mentors there is also so critical just to really how they perceive it when they're looking at it saying, of course i could do it. why wouldn't i? girls teaching girls, right? someone who looks like you. it's so important. it's truly important in terms of where they can go. are there resources that if you know, a parent is watching their their daughter, and they're like i had no idea that she wanted defense. i didn't know where to go. this is a a place where they can get resources to figure to go from here. absolutely yes. so every all the organizations are from right here around the bay area, and we encourage them to bring opportunities. sign up sheet and opportunities for the girls to truly sign up right there for a camp for a class. we also have a raffle. so any girl who when they check in, they get a score
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card and then for each sport that they try out, they get a little stamp. they turned that in before they leave, and then the sports raffle is sports equipment, gift certificates. and even if you free camps, so anything we can do to encourage girls to keep playing. that is really fantastic. because you're right. it does get very expensive, and it can be very overwhelming and hard to try all of those things. after sure. so i love it. i love it and play like a girl sounds like a fantastic way to spend a sunday and that event is free as well. so even fallon, thanks so much for joining us good luck on the event. thank you. we hope to see everyone tomorrow. absolutely and it is tomorrow from 10 to 1 in the afternoon. there's the information there on your screen. it'll all be at piedmont high school on winter field. okay just remember. is there any way to get t is that yes, we will. we will g. time n9 21. let's go over to rosemary oroczo. all those things i would agree it's going
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to be really nice. you will need the sun block. pack the water or something to shade. you maybe a hat or sunglasses. and be prepared for some warm weather inland. if you like it cool head west coast is actually going to remain in the sixties for today, giving you a view here from a ktvu across the estuary there and into alameda, where we're starting out with mostly sunny skies across most of the bay area along the coastline, we've got fog and i think the patchy fog is going to continue for today. it will move back across the bay tonight. not for the afternoon, though into the afternoon will call for mostly sunny skies and warmer weather, especially inland were we are expected to hit about 90 degrees for some of those hotter spots today. today is the warmer day we do begin to cool down on sunday, so if you just can't stand the heat well, we've got tomorrow to look forward to. here's a look at the future cast when we get into the afternoon notice were mostly sunny, but along the coastline will call for that patchy found to continue as we get into the evening hours overnight hours,
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it pushes back across the bay. we may actually wake up with a little bit of drizzle tomorrow morning as well. and if you're going over to, u mostly cloudy skies and fifties for most of that run 59 degrees right now in san francisco, but our inland cities already in the sixties and low seventies 71 in brentwood, 67 in concord in the north bay, 63 over santa rosa. your afternoon highs for today, a pretty good span it fills in looks like a little bit like summer sixties at the coast to near 90 inland, 88 conquered. and around the bay. we're somewhere in between 77 for oakland today if you're going to the game 77 in san mateo, your extended forecast so again today is the warmer day a notable drop coming our way on sunday and then we just kind of cruise with only subtle changes in store sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay upper seventies, too low eighties expected inland. back to you. alright. thanks, rosemary. well young girl from san francisco getting ready to distribute
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comfort kits for children who are dealing with loss and coming up in this hour. she is going to be here at ktvu right before her event. to talk about how she came up with this idea at such a young age. and gavin newsom is outlining a plan to deal with inflation. and right after the break, we'll talk about his budget proposal and how it could put cash in meet apartment 2a, 2b and 2c. 2a's monitoring his money with a simple text. like what you see abe? yes! 2b's covered with zero overdraft fees when he overdraws his account by fifty bucks or less. and 2c, well, she's not going to let a lost card get her stressed.
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are increasing their efforts to crack down on illegal side shows. oakland police have arrests of some five people this month. just last week, they told 60 vehicles at a sideshow. authorities continue to say side shows will not be tolerated. well governor, newsom is now taking action in response to the growing number of shootings in california highways. yesterday the governor unveiled his $10 million plan to install 200 new cameras on freeways in four california counties. the list includes alameda and contra costa counties, where there have been several deadly highway shootings in just the past year. to clinic cases are very close to, uh, our hearts here. jasper woo and november of 2021 david wynn in january of 2022. we wish we had some cameras there to help us and those investigations. david wynn was a 28 year old alameda county sheriff's department recruit. he was killed while driving home near the bay bridge toll plaza
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jasper wu was killed by a stray bullet on 80 in oakland. governor newsom is providing details on how he plans to spend california's largest budget surplus ever. the governor released his revised spending plan yesterday, largely in response to the nation's skyrocketing inflation rate. most of the money in newsom's $18 billion inflation relief package will fund some $400 payments to california drivers who are now paying record prices for gas. but some drivers think that money is too little and too late. i like that. he's trying to help us out. but i heard it was going to be 400 or a couple of $100. what is that going to do for me? maybe help me for a week or two, and then i go back to spending $150. so they should do something more than that. the governor's revised budget also includes financial help for brenner's public transit writers and low income families that need childcare facilities. well
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firefighters are slowly getting a handle on the coastal fire that destroyed a
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up next today will mark the end of 170 year old institution. it is the very last time mills college will hold the commencement ceremony as an all
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women's independent school will take you there live. plus the group of the world's wealthiest nations. the g seven wrapping up today we're going to tell you why the nation's focused on the war in ukraine and the impact it is now having on our world economy. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on two good morning, everyone there. you got salesforce tower in san francisco and all its glory. it's still a little bit of fog out there. but for the most part blue sky what looks like a pretty banner weekend. here in the bay areand so on to on this saturday. i'm frank malika claudine wang. it is looking great out there. rosemary oroczo enough that you can go out for a run in the morning, but not cold enough that you won't enjoy the rest of the day. beta breaker should be really nice for a run tomorrow morning with mostly cloudy skies temperatures in the fifties. for us today into the afternoon. we are going to warm things up
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along the coastline, little bit of patchy fog and temperatures in the low sixties. but our inland cities eighties to about 90 degrees, some will set at 8 12. we'll check in on your current conditions and break down your weekend for you coming up. all sounds good. thank us mary happening now mills college will host its 134th and final commencement as a women's only private school. ktvu is james torres live at oakland. where ceremonies are just about to get underway and james my grandmother, a proud graduate of mills, elizabeth porter, way back in 1921, so 101 years ago history there. wow very cool, frank. good morning to you. well, we've got several other people who are making history this morning.rgraduate who are l smiles, collecting flowers tassh the caps in the air and finally get that degree that they've been working for years for
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ceremony here set to start. in 15 minutes. i just spoke to the college president a few moments ago. she says she's excited to stand in front of the group of students here for the first time in about three years. remember covid-19 canceled the tradition graduate traditional graduation. for the last two years, and we have a combination of undergraduate and graduate students this morning, but after today, all graduation ceremonies will be co ed and part of a merged college program. starting december. the school will be known by a different name mills college at northeastern university bills merged with the boston based university. after reporting some financial troubles and declining enrollment, fueled by the covid-19 pandemic, so moving forward, the school will now welcome students of all genders for its undergraduate studies. school officials say they will be able to hire more faculty, admit more students and offer more programs. a woman i spoke to this morning graduated with her master's tells me she still thinks mills will be able to provide a meaningful education for future students. everything happens for a reason. it is
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unfortunate for us. however i still feel like the stuff that are here will still be able to provide wonderful education for the students coming into mills calls and be able to support them the best way they can. not everyone is as optimistic a class action lawsuit now filed against the college, accusing the school of deceiving students . that lawsuit claims mills made empty promises to students planning to graduate in 2023. to entice them to keep re enrolling and to keep taking classes without producing a degree within their major. we spoke to an attorney representing two former students. students still don't know what credits are going to transfer. they still don't know what credits are going to count at northeastern and so again, students are still in the same position of trying to figure out what they should do for their next semester of schooling. and a statement to ktvu mills wrote mills college and northeastern university are working diligently to mitigate any issues that mill students they encounter as a result of
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the pending merger of the two institutions, and he delays in this process. have been due to different requirements of regional accreditors and take it back out here live to mills college, but we know that graduation ceremony set to begin in about 10 minutes here, you see the graduates and the black robes, the black caps hanging out here for the moment. at some point, they will walk over to the platform and the lawn with a ceremony will be taking place. they'll take their seats, and they'll start hearing from the many speakers that are lined up for this morning. some students and fact one in particular that i spoke to told me that for her two years as a student here at mills college this is her first time actually meeting some of her classmates in person. you almost forget that covid-19 had such an impact on some of the students and some of these graduating classes not just this year, not just last year, but probably for a couple of years to come. as well. there are still some covid-19 protocols in place, so the school is asking anyone who is in attendance today. parents family the students themselves to make sure they wear a mask during the ceremony. we're live this morning in oakland. i'm james
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torres, ktvu, fox two news. thank you, james. within the past hour, we did receive an update on that wildfire near laguna beach. the orange county fire authority says it's been able to keep flames from damaging any more of the homes there. the numbers didn't change overnight. 20 homes destroyed 11 were damaged 200 acres burned and containment. remains at 40% to firefighters have been injured so far, but they've been treated and released. cruiser flying drones using their heat seeking capabilities to detect hotspots below. while most evacuees have returned back to their homes about 130 of the 900 houses that were evacuated, still are not considered safe to go back to well, governor newsom's is a main part of his budget proposal is funding to fight climate change, including preparations for wildfire season. we have to confront the extremes. ah by confronting this challenge with an unprecedented budget. the governor wants to
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spend an additional $9.5 billion on climate change, bringing the two year climate budget to more than 47 billion. extra money includes another $1.3 billion to address the drought. plus a quarter billion for wild fires and forest protection projects already underway involved more prescribed burns and new firefighting equipment. meanwhile firefighters preparing for the fire season be out again today training in the northwest section of contra costa count. we are anticipating a dangerous fire year. we have an awful lot of well dried vegetation on the ground already as a result of the weather conditions that we've experienced up till now. conditions currently in the middle of may or what fire crews normally see in mid summer, july and august. the training area is on the philips 66 refinery property, all that dry brush. catching fire every year, which puts nearby homes at risk, some as far away as rodeo and crockett. kind of like it because then the bushes been
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burnt down. so in case there is a real fire. there's really no bush to burn. believe it or not , the drill actually turned into a real exercise. as a fire broke out along highway 80. they took care of that the training includes contra costa county fire protection district mean wildfire hand crew. along with academy recruits who are about to graduate. nearby fire departments are also taking part in wildfire suppression training through the end of this month. well several european nations are now proposing helping ukraine exports, wheat and other grains to get around the russian blockade of ports along the black sea. the european union announced today it plans to establish alternative routes to get those grains out of ukraine for shipment to other parts of the world. russia's invasion of ukraine has created a major disruption of global food supplies. russia and ukraine are two of the world's biggest exporters of wheat, barley and sunflower oil. 9 39 rosemary
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front and center on a pretty good day here in the bank warming trend will continue inland for today. kind of a summer like pattern shaping up across the bay area sixties at the coast to upper nineties in areas like antioch and livermore , giving you a view here from ktvu across the oakland estuary. bus and blue skies there in alameda. if you look way way back, you may see just a little bit of patchy fog. we've got fog just inside the bay. we have some along the coastline along the coastline going to remain with at least partly cloudy skies for today and localized onshore breeze. we'll keep temperatures in and around half moon bay and pacifica in the low sixties. in fact, half moon bay , one of the spots shovel degrees cooler this morning because of the fog out there. we're up by four in napa nevado bay five degrees warmer to start your day conquered and livermore conquered in livermore in the sixties upper sixties and conquered and not one of the warmest spots, 73 reported in brentwood. already closer to the
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water upper fifties and oakland , 59 san francisco and cooler at areas over half moon bay pacifica in the low fifties. here's a view of bird's eye view of the coast and what we have in store for today. partly cloudy skies here mostly sunny for the rest of us by tomorrow. the clouds are back with us tomorrow morning, maybe even a little bit of drizzle to start the day. not the case for today. we do have calm conditions as santa rosa fairfield conquered, reporting it. onshore breeze had about five mph the afternoon highs coming up by several degrees for our inland cities over santa rosa. eighties one for you yesterday today going to 87. 77 in oakland, upper eighties and conquered and 84 over san jose. a better look at some of these numbers again. cool out the coast toasty inland 89 in anti ac you will be baking today in the upper north bay. we've got 86 for napa as we get into areas around the bay etienne hayward 77 for san mateo. you're going to see the a's player. have a look at that forecast for you as
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well as what we can expect for the back end of the weekend after the break. well special g. you'll hear from one of the people who designed the braces that helps her walk, run and even jump. plus we're getting ready to talk to a young girl to comfort kids who are dealing with loss. she's in our studio, and she's about to tell us were kids who are grieving can pick one up today. coming up, stay
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♪ girl you know it's been way too long ♪ ♪ i got to get back in my zone ♪ ♪ ooh wee ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ ♪ alright ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ come on ♪ ♪ 3... 2... 1... ♪ ♪ you know i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ [ music stops ] ♪ hey ladies, don't we look good? ♪ ♪ we came to have a good time baby ♪ ♪ said i'm feeling too good to be cooped up ♪ ♪ me and all of my girls gonna tear it up ♪
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with the help of a custom leg brace. giraffe is now three years old and was born with her front leg bent the wrong way. at the san diego zoo. zookeepers were worried that she would die if it was not corrected, but they say after a lot of research and some trial and error, they were able to fit her with a carbon fiber brace that corrected her condition and saved her life. it is a custom molded carbon graphite brace, and we actually put the giraffe pattern on there, too, just so it would blend in with other wildlife. and now the draft can walk and even run with the rest of the giraffe herd field trip turns into a lesson about nature that some school children will not soon forget. they were visiting the florida keys to learn about marine life. and
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spotted a young sperm whales swimming in the shallow water. the animal was alone and seemed to be injured. so the teacher called in the experts to help. it's believed the calf later stranded itself and died. and necropsy is pending. in that moment, i was like, like, upset because we couldn't do anything to help it, you know, and but it was like, i don't want to say cool, but it was interesting to see how everything like in the wild life like we got to see what would happen. now to endangered sperm whales have turned up dead in the florida keys in a week's time, and researchers are blaming leftover fish traps and netting that may have killed a 47 ft sperm whale school children are learning about the fragile nous of life in the ocean. well we have a very special guest in this morning, a young girl from san francisco that suffered a huge loss in her life at age 10, and she turned her grief into helping other kids managed their own laws. she has symbols and distributes comfort care kits for kids. it started. right here in the bay area, but she tells
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me she's given kits to kids all over the country and for the first time since the pandemic, she will be handing out those kits to children in san francisco on behalf of josie's place, bereavement center. to collect today in golden gate park, so those kids are not alone and they're great, remarkable young lady and she's here. she's 14 years of age now . say hi to sadie. senator how are you? i'm very good. how are you, have you? i'm great. we'll tell us how this all got started . four years ago myself to losses of very close familynh the grief process, i realized that there were very few kids my age that i was friends with that had been through this experience. and not having other children around me that were able to connect to this experience and show me that they understood what was happening was very difficult and it created this feeling of being alone. and after going through that feeling, i realized that i really did not want other
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children going through that same thing and my goal when i created comfort kits for kids was to show other children that they are not alone and that other children and i are thinking about, um, and care for that mug. they go through a very, very difficult time in their life at such a young age will jump into the kid here in a moment, but how has it helped you? to meet other kids that have gone through lost to that must be comforting for you as well right. it's very comforting for me. i think that it's really good to see that it's not good. it's very terrible that so many people go through this. but i think it's really good that i am able to show them that i have also been through this and there are many other kids that have been through this and are there for them and are we are hoping that they heal soon. sure, they get through this difficult time in their life and the time that they need to strengthen numbers , right? yes more people. you can talk about it. all right. you've got one of the kids. some great things in there. give us a little tour and tell us why you put these things in there. okay
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so in all my kids, i include a stuffed animal and depending on who i'm giving to and the amount of donations i received for the kids. i include different stuffed animals, for example, i have included a dog like this and a bear bear in there, right? yeah and these toys are really comforting and kids can snuggle with them and it's a toy that they can play with and something that is there for them while they go through the group, little kind of a stress these are always good right also include fidget toys because it can give them something to do while they're processing all these thoughts, something that they can fidget with, and it can be just fun to play with his well, so sometimes writing your thoughts down help, right? for sure, it can be very difficult to talk about what you're feeling with other people. for i mean, for some people, it's definitely very difficult and writing out your feelings to just express what is going on in your life can be very helpful or for the younger kids they can draw. what they're feeling or
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just anything they want for fun . i also include fun pens. i like to find ones that are like fluffy or colorful or sometimes animal pens because it can just be more fun and kids tend to like that. and by the way, she puts these kids together, but she also did bake sales and lemonade sales. so you raise a lot of the money that goes into buying this to put them together to also wrote and received a grant to put all these together and buy all the supplies that i needed to put these kids together. and sometimes i received donations from oil companies. have you surprised yourself a little bit. how this is kind of grown? you've given out over 200 kids, right? and you're going to give out some today at two o'clock. uh have you surprised yourself a little bit? i mean, a little bit. i don't think i would ever thought i've been able to get it to the scale. but i'm so happy that i've been able to touch so many people's lives. really is. it just means a lot. have you met some new friends to have definitely met some people? i've received some letters from people who have gotten these kids and how it helped them and
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how it affected them. and it motivates me to keep going because i know that it is actually touching people's lives and helping people out. well, it's remarkable what you've done . i'm so sorry for your loss, but a lot of goodness has come out of that. so today at two o'clock, you're going to be in golden gate park. is that right? yes okay, handing out to young kids that have gone through. yeah i'm handing out to kids from about 5 to 12 years old. okay alright. well, sadie, so nice to meet you. nice to meet you too best all the best by the way. today's event starts at two o'clock. it is at torque playground. it's in golden gate park. sadie, senator. thanks for all you do. thank you. all right, let's go over to weather now checking on our forecast on what looks like a beautiful weekend. what a great effort. congratulations sadie and giving you a live look era to golden gate park and the golden gate bridge and the marin headlands. we've got some great weather coming our way. you can see that low lying fog out there this morning a little while ago when
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we started the show the marine layer depth was right about 746 . ft. it was right there at the top of the tower. now you can see it is a little bit more compressed, so the clouds along the coastline just inside the bay. everybody else mostly sunny skies already this morning, and temperatures are beginning to rebound, as we get into the afternoon will call for partly cloudy skies along the coastline , mostly sunny for the rest. and what kind of a summer like pattern in place. you can see low sixties expected in areas like pacifica and half moon bay for today. upper eighties dinner 90 degrees expected in antioch and brentwood. a little bit cooler pattern will take place. they're movin as we get into your bay area sunday and then we remain. which is some very pleasant weather. i'll show you that in the extended forecast when it comes to the winds generally light out there right now we do have a little bit of a breeze along the coastline getting into the afternoon. kicking up just slightly, especially along the coast and inside the bay before it will wind down once again, getting closer to sunset at 8 12 this
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evening. the cloudy skies along the coastline going to remain will go with partly cloudy for you there. meanwhile the rest of us enjoying plenty of blue sky and as we get into the evening hours, the clouds moved back across the bay may even wake up tomorrow morning with a little bit of drizzle. notice nine a.m. mostly cloudy over san francisco if you're going to beta breakers 59 in san francisco, right now, 60 degrees in berkeley upper sixties and walnut creek to low seventies near brentwood are south bay right now, 63 over san jose. so temperatures are already rebounding. if you're going to see the ace play a little bit later today at the colosseum game time, one. oh, seven. 75 degrees and west priest about 15 mph for the second part of the afternoon, so very nice weather and store, although if you're sitting in the stands and you don't have that breeze is going to fill probably closer to 80. maybe even a little bit warmer, so be prepared. it could be a bit warm in the stands this afternoon 77 along the peninsula in san mateo, upper eighties and conquered in the north bay, 86 for napa. today is going to be the warmer day we will begin to
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see temperatures drop off tomorrow. right now in areas over blue canyon, 61 to 39 degrees in truckee afternoon highs for the tahoe area today in the low seventies under mostly sunny skies and repeat expected for tomorrow. the extended forecast for us here at home temperatures take a notable drop tomorrow, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees around the bay and inland and then a little bit of cooler weather entering on monday, but it doesn't last. we're back up a few degrees tuesday into wednesday, low sixties at the coast low seventies around the bay low eighties inland back to you. we'll take a look at this giant raccoon. we'll tell you how this baseball fan caught it. running wild after the break.
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exte pancakes or your cereal. this morning, scientists at the university of cincinnati say, eating about a half cup of blueberries a day could help prevent dementia. researchers measured the cognitive abilities of people between 50 and 65 years old, who also had weight and prediabetes problems. the blueberry eating group showed improved cognitive performance. as well as better metabolic functioning and fat burning capabilities. well, there you go. most baseball fans hope to catch a ball for a souvenir. but during an arkansas baseball game
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yesterday against vanderbilt college baseball fan cut that big old raccoon in the stands. raccoon was running loose. during the game when the man grabbed the animal with his bare hands. helped it up high, held it up. i rather and escorted the raccoon out of the stadium all while the crowd at that stadium cheered him on. i don't think i would have done would have been like after you. all right. well let's talk beta breakers because the race returns tomorrow morning. let's take a look at just green and that map that's a look at the course. and the closures and this is important because it's race starts at embarcadero. but then the razors had through south of market and where they go, we'll be street closures. major street closures all along that route. goes into hayes valley and also into the panhandle through golden gate park and all the way to ocean all gets underway at eight in the morning . it will not be a small crowd about 18,000. people have registered and then folks come out and like to watch it, it's always a fun little spectacle
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expect to see plenty of wild costumes and rowdy grazers thing is, uh, no bags. if you're a runner unless they're clear and small and the guidance is no bigger than uh, really like 8.5 by 11 sheet of paper. um and then the other one is no well devices and no alcohol in the course. yeah that's the way beta breakers used to be run. that is not anymore. no floats, no drinking, just running no mass required for that event. yeah i read it. 1981 i think 100,000 people took part. it was a huge it took forever just to go over the starting line, let alone get to the end. it's beautiful, though day then it's going to be nice, mostly quality temperatures in the and we typically for some reason on bay to breakers, the sun manages to break through and bring us some really nice weather today is going to be notably warmer than yesterday. but it doesn't last temperatures will come back down
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