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them for good. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to start a brand new day. we're so glad you're with us and gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's tuesday morning. it's may 17th you see what the wind blew in hairspray day. once again, steve paulson at your house. the big bad wolf was outside my door last night, steve paulson and if we live in a wind tunnel or what it sounds like you do, i do, especially summer breeze. only firm for me today, okay? yeah okay. cold laws this morning for us for may 17th. we had a couple of thirties a lot of forties here, including palo alto 44. santa rosa 46 51 now in the city and some fog out there. most of it's on the cemetery. oh, coast, santa cruz down to monterey out towards anna clara valley and also along the 80 quarter north and east. i really can't find much except for a few high clouds. we're all set for sunny day and warm up today or tuesday to step does have mostly sunny
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and warmer temperatures seventies and eighties away from the coast. still some sixties by the water's edge, though tomorrow looks even warmer. more on that coming up a little later salads here san francisco yeah, the bridge is slow getting across it, so we're going to start with the toll plaza and i'll show you. the traffic is pretty slow here. now they're just slow all the way across the span. as you drive into san francisco, so give yourself extra time. if that's your commute driving into the city, it has been pretty slow. there was a crash west 80 at 101. it's been cleared, but traffic is slow. you can see the same mateo on the dumbarton bridge are still better bets will follow up on all this and just a few, but now it's 701. let's get straight to the headlines. thank you happening today, the first court appearance for the suspect in sunday's deadly shooting at church in orange county. the suspect is 68 year old david chow, a man who lived in las vegas but was born in the far east. investigators say he was motivated by hatred against taiwan when he killed one person
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and wounded five others in a church in laguna woods on sunday. authorities say one church member, dr john chang, was killed by the shooter. they say he sacrificed his own life trying to protect the other innocent victims. dr chang is a hero. in this incident. based on statements from the witnesses, and corroborated by other means. it is known that dr chang charged the individual. the suspect. attempted to disarm him , which allowed other parishioners to then intercede. taking the suspect into custody. later today, prosecutors may file federal hate crime charges against the suspect. cowes already facing one felony count of murder and five felony counts of attempted murder. we want to show you some photos just released from inside that church there in laguna woods. you see church members tackling the suspects just moments after he started shooting. law
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enforcement officers say they're quick and brave response prevented and even bigger, tragic. also today, president biden is in buffalo, new york, right now, where he'll meet with the families of those killed in a weekend mass shooting at a grocery store. 10 people died. investigators identified the shooter as 18 year old peyton gender, and they say he left a detailed suicide note for his parents also say they think he targeted the store because it's in a zip code that's home to the biggest african american population in buffalo. investigators also say he planned to take a shooting rampage beyond the store. his intention was to kill as many blacks as possible if the buffalo police officers that engage them didn't stop him. he was going to continue down jefferson avenue. he was going to continue. investigators say gender and also posted an online manifesto with racist neo messages. he is still on suicide watch this morning is said to be back in court on thursday. 703 bay area religious community and
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law enforcement leaders met last night in san francisco, talking about the deadly hate crimes and buffalo, new york and in orange county. we in san francisco? acknowledge that this city is not immune. from the same virus. reverend james brown of san francisco's third baptist church hosted the meeting last night. the speaker has promised to work together to stop racial hatred. we are all americans together in this country. remember this country's call us a. let's be united united states america united is a key word. and tomorrow, reverend brown will hold another meeting at san francisco city hall to announce the formation of a multiracial group aiming to stop all forms of hate crimes to make sure you stay right here with us on mornings onto for more updates on the deadly shootings in buffalo, new york and in orange county. you can also get updated anytime on the free ktvu news
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app happening today, an animal rights group in foster city will protest a plan to kill hundreds of geese in that city. ktvu james torres is live at marlins park where city leaders james say the geese problem is out of control. that's right. garcia starting to see some of the geese out here this morning. it's still just a bit early. but city leaders say that droppings left behind by hundreds of canadian greece are contaminating all of town beaches and parks. including right here at marlins park, and they say they've had enough, according to city documents. there are some strategies that leaders have already tried. they say things like strobe lights didn't work ideas like using fences as we see here at the park as well, using dogs to scare or harassed the geese away or keeping geese. eggs from hatching. all have created temporary solutions but aren't efficient enough to solve the problem. city leaders worried the droppings can create public safety problems, anything from spreading contamination to causing traffic risks if those geese wander onto the roadways.
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they are now waiting on a permit from the u. s fish and wildlife to do some population control to put a start to the president of the geese and the droppings they leave behind. but many city residents are hoping the city will go another direction. because the way you walk by the water a lot, and we always try to look for them, like try to find the babies, so it's like our kind of new routine right now. so i really hope they can't stay. a group known as in defensive animals say they have 14,000 people against the idea. the group says they've sent emails to city council and made it clear they believe the idea is cruel. and ineffective. why the protests now? will they say the city council decided to move forward with its mitigation plan back in november. and the permit it's waiting for takes about six months of taking lethal action could happen soon that some people we spoke to say they would be willing to volunteer
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their time to pick up after the geese. if it meant keeping them around. tonight's protest will begin at 6 30 in front of city hall, a facebook event for that protest shows about 40 people are scheduled to show up tonight. we're live this morning in foster city. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james . thank you. times 707 today, supporters of the proposal for what's called care courts will tell us how people with serious mental illness could be helped by this program. care accords would order people with debilitating mental illness into treatment through programs and counties would have to offer these programs the families they without that care many of the mentally ill end up on the streets. another organization called disability rights. california claims the care accords violate the civil rights of the mentally ill, according to the latest point in time homeless count, fewer people are living on san francisco streets than before the pandemic. this is just another example of
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working together with federal, state and local resources and our nonprofit happened for people. the count, says the number of people living on the streets and encourage dropped by 15% the total number of people who are homeless dropped by 3.5. across the bay in alameda county. the point in time count show the number of homeless people increased by 22% over the past three years, county leaders say the number of people living on the streets would be even higher without all the federal, state and local emergency aid programs tied to the pandemic. prevention funding and in eviction moratorium that we believe really staved off a much more traumatic increase in homelessness. county officials are looking for more money to keep some of the programs established at the beginning of the pandemic going what happening today, the alameda city council will decide whether to approve a guaranteed basic income program next year. it would give people who qualified
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a monthly cash payment that could be spent anyway. they want , the council could decide whether to fund the pilot program with $4.6 million from federal funding. there are similar pilot programs in oakland, san francisco and in stockton. a reward has been increased for information in the continuing search for a missing east bay woman, 24 year old alexis gabe. last month, the city of oakley offered a $10,000 reward helped find gabe. she was last seen in january at the antioco, home of a former boyfriend. officials now say an anonymous donor contributed another $50,000 to that reward fund. if you have information about alexis games, whereabouts , please call oakley police. alright our time is 709. we're going to get you to where you need to go south watching our commute whistle latest side. i think you should give yourself a little more time on the bay bridge. things are improving. i've been watching the top plaza and just kind of keeping track of the cars and see how fast
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they're moving through. and you can see from if you were with me 10 15 minutes ago. it was slow. and now look, cars are moving better. so i think we have some improvement there. but i don't know i'd give myself a little extra time. it's crowded on that bridge. we had some earlier issues, but they're gone. and things are getting a little better on the bridge, which means i'll get better at the toll plaza san mateo bridge a little slowing when you get over to san mateo, i don't think it's too slow. but definitely dunbarton bridge still looks good. the peninsula traffic and the south bay commute are beginning to get a little bit more crowded. it's 7 10. let's go back to the desk. thank you. it's another potential sign of a recovery from the covid pandemic. why, bart says things are looking better. and a california law requiring gender diversity on corporate boards is struck down by one legal expert says it already made its mark. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money.
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beiy community college district is keeping a face mask requirement in place through the summer semester. contra costa community college district will wait to remove the mandate because of rising virus cases. the district is encompasses diablo valley college, madonna's college and contra costa college. it's also keeping a requirement for students and employees to be
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vaccinated. the district says it will decide about whether to keep the face mask mandate through the fall semester later this year. and the cdc now recommending that people traveling on domestic flights get tested for covid before you board the plane. these are live pictures now. previous recommendations suggested tests only for those whose vaccinations were not up to date. the cdc recommends everybody get tested as close to your departure and no more than three days before you fly counties are preparing for next month's primary election at the contra costa county elections office and martinez workers say they're doing everything they can to help keep the public well informed on election day. the deputy county clerk recorder and his team are running through assignments to make sure they're ready to receive and count ballots on the june 7th election. just like you know, preparing a race car for the daytona 500 of the lemans race. you're going to be exercising your machines to be sure that
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they're you know, functioning at a high level. a coalition of bay area elections officials have created a website that's aimed at ensuring public trust. the group is sending out information on redistricting voting by mail voting systems and the ballot counting process. 7 15, a judge overturned another landmark california law mandating diversity in corporate boardrooms. a superior court judge in los angeles says the law that requires public companies to have women on their boards is unconstitutional. the case was brought by judicial watch, a conservative legal group. they argued the measure created gender quotas now the state argued the law is necessary to reverse a culture of workplace discrimination against women. loyola law professor jessica levinson says despite the ruling, overturning the law, it may still have had an effect. part of the goal was already achieved one. we're talking about it, too. there is more gender diversity on boards and three maybe it's going to
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create a change in culture. and i think that ultimately what a number of the lawmakers who voted for it wanted. last month , another judge struck down the state law requiring companies to diversify corporate boards by having members of underrepresented groups, including african americans, hispanic native american pacific islander and lgbt directors. francisco comptroller's office is taking action after it says the city's trash company recall aji brought in more than $24 million over it's allowed profit margin. according to the new report, the excess profit was generated between 2018 and 2021 . ecology must now put that money into an account to offset future rate increases. just last year, we college he agreed to pay a $36 million fine for its role in the corruption scandal involving former public works director mohamed nuru 7 16. the new report is out, indicating bart ridership is bouncing back. bart says more than 90,000. people rode bart saturday 63%
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over the pre pandemic levels. the last ridership record was a saturday during fleet week and during the giants playoffs on sunday. 64,000 people rode bark that 62% of pre pandemic ridership on a sunday and there were a lot of events going on and on as well as protests around the bay area this weekend , including the bay to breakers race. well a new music festival is coming to san francisco organized by golden voice, the promoter behind the coachella festival. the portola music festival is an electronic music festival with headliners that include flume. the chemical brothers and m i a at the abandoned set for san francisco's pier, 80, september 24th and 25th tickets by the way, go on sale friday. 7 17. let's get to this tuesday morning commute a couple of problems here and there sounds yeah, it's getting a little bit more crowded. if you are driving
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. let's talk about the south bay because we kind of have an early start here for some of these freeways in san jose and getting up into cupertino. we do have 85 is already up and at em, you know, here's a here's a thought. this is a hypothesis of mine. it's getting lighter earlier and that's making people get on the road earlier how go now? there you go. traffic is slow on 85. so you know when it was darker people would go a little later. so we're seeing that trend. you can see 5 80 still kind of a mess from some earlier issues on 205 and 5 80. it's kind of slow over the ultimate pass. and then as it was, i went the wrong way. then as you go up to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see that there is a backup here, but things are better. they got that obstruction off the bridge. so kind of a mixed bag for today's commute. what about today's weather? that's a very good question for this man. understanding question. yes, sir. get back on that. tell you right now. so all right. thank you, sir. well, are we done with the rain? probably that's the
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way it looks probably our good friend. the gfs hinted at a little into some rain around the end of the month, but it's the gfs and harriet says any hints of rain for the north bay anytime soon, asking for my spring flower frenzy answer is no not on rain, but more wind. end of may into early june. some of the long range models are dropping another series of lows in here now again, they're they're moisture star, but they would generate more wind, so i don't think we're done with the wind but rain. probably not. although again, you know we had some of that thunderstorm activity, but there's nothing that says rain anytime soon. cold lows, though, no doubt about it. scotts valley one observation 39 valley ford. western the marina's sonoma border there. 39 qatari 40 petaluma 41 morgue until 42 woodside 43 menlo park dropped down to 44 water temp's still continue to be amazingly cold here. the 49 is just really cold , same for bodega bay as long as that's in place, and if we get
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these wind events it will keep it cold. those water temps all the way into early june, so may gray june gloom look to be in the in the forecast 49 uk of the 74 down in palm springs thirties truckee in south lake tahoe at 33 degrees. a series of or just caught in between the high down in the desert southwest been hot down arizona down in southern california desert, but it's been rainy and cool for much of the pacific northwest. we get one day we'll get her a couple of days. we'll get the wind out of these events. and then it'll warm up. well, today we start a little warm up. mostly centers, a few high clouds and some patchy fog, mainly south san mateo coast, santa cruz east towards monterey peninsula. but santa rosa walnut creek, menlo park san jose, pop up 80 to 82 78 76. for the forecast highs today. forties fifties mill valley 43 sunnyvale 46. still a couple of fortis holding on as you saw, but you can see the series of lowe's continue to march in. they'll go a little bit to the north today and then come back. it looks like on thursday. now tomorrow it does appear like a north wind will
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kick in. and if that's the case eighties today in that we could get some nineties. but as you've probably noticed, already, we're having one and done on any warm ups. we get some eighties nineties and the next day it's back into the seventies for many 60 seventies eighties today and look for warmer temps into wednesday, cool down on thursday, back to nice on friday. alright sees. thank you time 7 21, you can now get even more covid tests and right to your house. we have details of the latest expansion of the efforts to fight the virus, and the warriors are preparing for their toughest challenge yet in the nba playoffs will hear from head coach steve kerr about what it will take to slow the dallas mavericks.
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at e warriors will practice this morning before tomorrow's start of the western conference finals will be playing one of the nba's hottest teams. dallas mavericks , who had one of the nba's best record since january, 1st. they finishes these and only one game behind the warriors. the warriors head coach steve kerr says they're preparing to slow down the team that dominated in game seven. the differential was shocking. you know, you just don't expect to see that, but, um one of those nights. you know, we've we've all been on you know they're side of those things we were last week when we lost 5 39 to memphis. dallas was just really impressive, played a perfect game and they'll come in
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here with a lot of confidence. i'm sure in game one now the warriors are the favorites to win this series. and if you want to buy tickets for game one, the starting price about 250 bucks on the resale market 7 25 year, a new study says san jose is one of the best places in the country to live. u s news and world report looked at the 150 largest metro areas took several factors into consideration here, including quality of life, affordability, safety, the job market and desirability. san jose and its surrounding cities ranked fifth, of course, the cost of living in this gorgeous south based city ranks very low . however san jose's quality of life and booming job market were found to make up for that factor. let's talk about who's next on the list. san francisco comes in at number 10 and i know we're showing the golden gate. but when they talk about san francisco in this case there, including alameda, marin contra costa counties important to note that no other california areas were in the top 100, santa rosa and sonoma county up in the
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north bay did rank number 132, the city of vallejo and fairfield. that area came in at number 142. now, if you want to talk about number one on the list, you'll have to get on. maybe a couple of airplanes. huntsville, alabama number one it ranked high in affordability , as well as many other categories. we should keep in mind. the average cost of a home in huntsville, alabama, is under $200,000, colorado springs, green bay, wisconsin. and boulder, colorado, join huntsville and san jose in the top five to you know, huntsville right there for two years, and it is a lovely place to live, okay? time is 7 26 well, british researchers say, taking a week long break off social media. it will improve your mental health scientists studied more than 150 for adults who said they normally spend eight hours a week on social media. everyone was given a score for anxiety, well being and depression and at the end of the week, researchers say. no social media people showed significantly higher scores across the board, despite
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almost all of them, admitting they use social media monitoring showed they were on social media for less than a half hour during that week. 7 26 year new concerns about keeping parishioners safe after another shooting at a church what one man who survived the different shooting says could help protect people and another wrench thrown into the words for elon, musk and twitter. while the billionaire now says there's a new stipulation before a deal gets done.
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but not surprised. try and one east bay town over a banner while the locals say it's not the first time they've had the deal with hateful messages, and the bay area store owner makes a call to prevented his business from burning down, coming up the alert he received in the middle of the night that led to him spotting someone allegedly starting a fire. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian again . it's tuesday, may 17th and things warm up nicely as the day goes on, so don't be scared
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about that. steve paulson here sort of detail what's coming our way today. yeah usually the cameras there, but it's right there, so i'll just get to it right away. we have a little bit of fog out their cameras really close. all right. otherwise it will be sunny today and a little warmer. council still be in the sixties, but your tuesday to step does has sunny and warmer, especially away from the coast. it'll and temps will bump up into the eighties, so sixties seventies and eighties today. alright. over two cells is still bay bridge. san francisco sell things are a little better, though. i'm kind of happy that that cleared up for us on the bay bridge. we do have slow traffic approaching the span. there's nothing really unusual about that. but there was an obstruction in the sanmuch bett. but the normal slow traffic is there as you come across the bridge into san francisco, san mateo bridge is getting a little bit more crowded. we're going to look at that, and some of the other east bay commutes when we come back for our longer traffic
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report in just a few, but right now it's time to get right back to the headlines. thank you. thomas 7 31 will people living in the east bay town of danville are responding to a small protest that happened over the weekend. it's attracting national attention. ktvu is andre senior here in the studio with the reaction from community leaders as well as the mayor of that town. good morning, andre. morning to you, dave. you can see what that sign read right here. the group. i will settle arts and it said white lives matter. on that side. the demonstration took place. near the intersection of black hawk road camino tassajara road on saturday. that was the same day by the way. a gunman killed 10 people in a supermarket in buffalo, new york, curious timing here. most of those shooting victims were black, and investigators believe the deadly attack was racially motivated. veronica benjamin community activists grew up in danville says some racist attitudes still exist in the town. she goes home. our town leadership has been very eager toatus quo and n working with them for over a
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year to more explicitly denounced racism in a public way. and we also have the story of michelle looker. she moved to danville because she felt it was a quiet and safe place to raise a family. she is also concerned about the white lives matter demonstration that took place in her town this past weekend. this is the city that we have chosen to raise our children in. um we have many friends of color. i can only imagine what those signs felt like to them. i mean, it feels violent. it does. for the mayor of danville, has released this statement in response to the white lives matter demonstration, it says, in part, quote those responsible , made sure to cowardly cover their face and hide behind their signs. these people were acting out of hate speech, though not a crime. this was clearly an abhorrent gesture towards people of color. now, members of the denville town council scheduled to meet tonight for their regularly scheduled meeting. it's not clear if they will formally respond to this white lives matter. controversy sign back over to you, garcia, andre
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. thank you. this weekend's deadly attack at an orange county churches, many people worried about safety at places of worship. one former construction worker who has been caught in two violent incidents at churches is watching the developments carefully. carl chin recently launched a new business that advises faith leaders on how to keep people safe at church, he says the churchgoers attending services can often be the best defense against someone with a gun or knife. i do not believe the answer is in metal detectors. um first of all, the main thing we can do is to be intentional about security. they maybe prior military. they may be prior law enforcement of current either one of those in 2000 and seven, chin was inside a church and colorado springs when an armed man killed two girls in the church parking lot 11. years earlier, he was briefly held hostage by an armed man inside another church in colorado. time is now 7 34 new this morning, a bay area business owner was
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actually able to save his store after seeing someone allegedly set the front of this business on fire. on his security cameras . but leo fire officials tell us they responded to the fire on marine street about 3 30 this morning it's a the business owner received an alert on his phone from his cameras and saw someone apparently trying to start a fire. because of that alert. he got to the scene just as the police were getting there, too. p and v p d. we're on scene, utilizing fire extinguishers to keep the fire in. check the fire extension at that time was just the storefront itself due to their quick actions and due to the quick actions of the first arriving fire company, we were able to limit the fire damage to that. very just that initial storefront now it's expected the person who was captured on that security video was starting to fire on purpose. the fire has been put out no injuries reported. we've been told the police found a suspect just a couple of blocks away and made an arrest. efforts are underway
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now to rescue the last of the ukrainian soldiers inside a steel plant in the city of marea, paul ukrainian officials said the fighters have completed their mission and are now being evacuated more than 260 soldiers somewhere badly injured, were loaded onto busses and taken to areas under russia's control. ukraine's president vladimir zelensky says negotiations are underway to bring the fighters home on the battlefield. ukrainian forces made gains in the heart kiev region, reportedly pushing russian troops back to the russian border. ukraine's president zelinsky congratulated the soldiers. have just this morning. my gratitude has no limits. i wish all of you to stay healthy. more western military aid is arriving in ukraine daily with 10 shipments and just the last 24 hours. our time is 7 36 this morning, finland's parliament overwhelmingly approved finland bid to join nato has come to sweden has now joined finland announcing plans to seek membership in nato. both countries say the russian invasion of ukraine. is why they
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no longer want to be neutral. russian president putin, however , warned both sweden and finland against joining nato. there is not any immediate threat to russia with the inclusion of those countries, but the expansion of military infrastructure over the territory will obviously called for our response. but there is a potential roadblock. the president of turkey has come out against letting sweden and finland joined nato, saying they have not taken a clear position against kurdish militants. no all 30. nato countries have to agree to allow new members to draw seven new this morning. twitter says it's committed to moving forward with elon musk's acquisition of the social media giant despite must getting a new stipulation to the deal. must took to twitter early this morning to say that his deal to buy twitter can't move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the platform are fake or spam in his tweet. musk
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said his $44 billion offer was based on twitter's sec filings being accurate. this morning, twitter said. it's filed a preliminary proxy statement with the sec for acquisition by musk , saying it is committed to the completion of the transaction on the agreed price in terms as promptly as practicable. the preliminary proxy statement contains key information, including the background and reasons for twitter's transition with mr musk. okay time is now. 7 38 silas back. things are happening in our traffic this morning, sal. what's going on now? a lot of it is the routine slowing that we normally see just two checking in with me to make sure that there is nothing that's really strange out there, and i don't think there is this is a look at the highway for commute. it's pretty slow as it normally is coming in through pittsburgh and bay, point over the hill to concord and then the shore freeway for driving in west contra costa county. now a little bit more of a time. 37 minutes, though, even though a lot of it is slow traffic is not as bad as we've seen it. sometimes we actually see it
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almost an hour between the car, kenya's bridge and the mcarthur maze today. it's not that and when you get to the bay bridge, things are beginning to move a little bit better on the other side of the bay, san francisco northbound on one little bit slow as you approach the cesar chavez exit. and to eighties slow at the allegheny maze and can all pretty routine. we don't see that big slowdown in daly city this morning yet it might appear, but it hasn't yet 7 39. let's talk about today's weather with steve. all right, sal. thank you, sir. still a little bit of fog out there most of its san mateo coast santa cruz, monterey bay a little bit towards the east, but not much. i can't find any north. the big news because of that there are some very cool those for us for may 17th scotts valley 39 valley 4 39 qatari dropped to 40 petaluma 41 more gun hill 42 woodside at 43 degrees water temps continue to be really cool bouncing between 49. and 50 from bodega bay point race, san francisco boy and monterey really cold water as long as that's there. i don't think we get too warm coastal hard to do unless it gets a north northeast
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priest. series of systems continue to march into the pacific northwest, even national weather service and spokane sent out a tweet showing a stronger system on the way for thursday, and as long as they keep moving into the north. we're hard pressed to really get a long established area of high pressure to kick in 60 seventies eighties on attempts today. tomorrow we will get a north wind it will bump up maybe some low to mid nineties inland. today it'll be seventies and eighties center at 80 to 82 mental park 78 in san jose. downtown 76 degrees forties on the attempts for some fifties for others missing data. this one has been missing all morning long. hopefully we'll be back tomorrow but had a couple of as you saw the thirties and forties. and the pattern continues. now the high pressure system in the desert southwest is giving them some hot temps. but in between that we have these systems plowing into the pacific northwest, so next two days, we will warm it up and it looks like that's stronger system on thursday will cool us down. but the north wind tomorrow good. send some of the inland temps into the low nineties. today, though, it will
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be eighties inland 60 seventies coast in may and overall, we're looking for a warm pattern. have you noticed any warm up has been one and done, which is kind of rare for us. usually it's one week two weeks, but it'll be cooler on thursday. little warmer friday, then back to what looks to be just a normal pattern for the weekend. you guys steve. thank you. 7 41 here parents are young children have been waiting for the day. their little ones can get vaccinated. how long it may be before young children can get that critical covid protection and your next meal could be delivered by a robot or robotic car. told you how obey area company is expanding its autonomous projects. congress is holding a hearing right now about ufos. lawmakers say the topic used to be more of a joke. but coming up on the ninth why the white house committee says ufos are a potential national security
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and 44. we are breaking news just coming into the ktvu news run. the fda just authorized covid booster shot for kids between the ages of five and 11 years old. the ctc still has to make a separate approval. that's expected later this week. but it's not clear how much demand there would be for a third booster shot in this age group.
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cbc says less than one third of children between the age of five and 11 are fully vaccinated. you cannot order another round of free covid test from the u. s postal service. every household can get another eight tests free of charge shipped right to your door. the tests usually arrive in about a week. doctors encourage people to take at home covid test if they have any signs of illness. your time is 7 45 nestle stepping in now to help families in need of baby formula. also some of the biggest retailers are the focus of wall street. cook back in studio with us to explore in dollars and cents a lot of earnings coming in this morning for some big names. home depot posted a strong quarter who was better than analysts expected. his home and garden improvement projects continue. walmart though, missed estimates and blames continuing supply chain issues. also in this morning retail sales in general show consumers kept spending in april , right in line with what economists were expecting, despite higher prices. ringing the opening bell this morning planet fitness to kick off its
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high school summer past teenagers aged 14 to 19 can work out for free at planet fitness this summer and right when that bell rang. stocks shot right up . the dow jones was up more than 300 points but pulling back a little bit now as we take a live look still up by about a third of a percent little less than 100 points. the s and p 500 now up more than a half of a percent and the nasdaq up almost a full percentage 5000.94 points there for the nasdaq. help is on the way for families struggling to find baby formula. the nestle company is flying in formula to the united states from europe. now it's giving top priority to its gerber and alpha amino products because they are for babies who are allergic to cow's milk. nestle says it already imports products to the u. s but it is now adding shipments and sending them as a rcarr go instead of on board ships. to speed up the process of getting formula to the babies who need it. google has opened a new campus near headquarters in
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mountain view, and the bayview campus has an innovative design using what it calls a dragon scale skin. for the roof. take a look. it's made up of 90,000 solar panels capable of generating up to 40% of the new campuses. energy needs it will house 4000 employees in the company's advertising division. with this shape. we had people walking by and they're like, what is this? like? they don't even know it doesn't look like an office building, which is so fascinating because then when you come in, you have no preconceptions of how to work that comes from historic ways of working, but instead, it's like a canvas of creating new ways of being together. now the new campus also will have the largest geothermal installation in north america. it will help heat and cool the campus without the use of fossil fuels. uber is getting into the food delivery robot game. these in francisco based company testing uber eats deliveries with sidewalk robots
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in southern california customers in west hollywood and santa monica will be able to get food brought to their door from a robot. the technology is from sidewalk robotics, which is a spin off of uber owned postmates. uber's also testing self driving cars to deliver food in the same area, and those are areas where parking is hard to come by. so i'm sure it will be successful. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you. many u. s workers appear to be stressing out as they head back to the office. many for the first time in two years, psychiatrists are reporting a growing number of their patients are dealing with social anxiety. those employees are now surrounded by coworkers after working in relative solitude at home since the pandemic began. others say they're worried that the people they work with a infect them with covid. this office anxiety is said to be a big factor in the many workers who are now switching jobs. okay ghazi, a time 7 48 and sal is back once again to help you get to where you need to go south. yeah we're looking at all these commutes,
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the ones we typically look at. we usually start with the bay bridge because people always want to know about that. and this morning, it is backed up for normal delay. we had some earlier issues on the bridge that had been cleared up. but it's still a little bit on the slow side getting across the bridge and in the san francisco and as we look at the peninsula now, if you drive in san mateo, it is going to be slow on 101 from san mateo to burlingame. to 80, though, looks pretty good. all the way down the peninsula all the way up the peninsula and as we arrive in the south bay, we do have slow traffic on all. the silicon valley freeways that would be 85 to 80 even 8 80 as you drive to the airport. don't miss that flight. we had an earlier problem on northbound 17. coming down near the lexington reservoir. there's some slow traffic there, so it is kind of, you know, just a general statement i'll make is, things are beginning to get crowded almost everywhere, which is not unusual for this time. 7 49. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. we'll get to it here
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. we have a little bit of a warm up here, but just close to average or a little above coast probably won't get out of the sixties unless you're down towards santa cruz, but they have a lot of fog down that way. systems continue to just plow into the pacific northwest so that that kind of keeps us between the twix and between with the high pressure down in the desert southwest, a couple of days we warm up then a couple of days we called out. today will be a little bit warmer, 60 seventies coast in bay some low to mid eighties inland tomorrow looks to be a bigger jump on the inland temps of that north wind does kick in. then we could get some low nineties today, though. santa rosa, walnut creek, menlo park, san jose 82 82 78 76 on the forecast size for today. lots of forties this morning for lows. i mean, the knights don't last long, but to get down to a couple of low forties which we had now we're seeing forties and fifties, but we were in a cool pattern here for this time of year, we could be a lot warmer than that on the lows. but as long as these systems keep moving into seattle and portland and extreme northern california we can warm up for a couple of days. but then another strong
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system moves in and that brings that fog right back in, but it does look like the warmest day of the week after the coolest day of the week was monday, probablytest, and then right back down on thursday, 60 seventies eighties on the temps here tomorrow warm if you at north wind will get some nineties inland. could be a quick little pop for all but then fall comes right back in on thursday, dave okay, see time to 7 51. the reward money keeps growing and the continued search for a missing east bay woman. we have details of the new donation in the search for alexis gave and a new crackdown on side shows in one bay area sitting with the mayor of andy oxus should happen after a sideshow crowd attacked a police car.
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out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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loon antioxidant. they now have a zero tolerance approach. after a side job crowd damage this police car with a police officer inside this happened saturday night. police were called to a sideshow at 18th and a street when they tried to break up the crowd. the crowd violently turned against the police car. the officer tried to actually go after one of the vehicles that was nearby them and, um, he was completely surrounded by the spectators. incidents bring great danger, responding officers. participants and bystanders. now the mayor of antioxidants, police officers should treat citizens with
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respect, but the reverse should also be true. the antioxidant council is expected to debate a measure that would arrest and find spectators. it side shows. the police say they will not rest saijo crowd where drivers where there's a crowd, but they warned they could still show up at the homes of drivers with a toe drug and sees the cars involved weeks or months after an incident. with the police often send in canines hundreds of times every year around the bay area in crime situations, and the bites of those dogs can cause serious injuries, and in some cases, the people who were bit are not suspected of a violent crime. ktvu investigative reporter. evan sernoffsky spent two months investigating how the police use canines in the bay area and found some agencies use them a lot while others almost never use the dogs to attack people. many of these bites can cause very severe injuries. we found
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there's no state standards on how the police used these dogs. i'm still shaking until today, and these days i'm still shaking about it. outside of the firearm . there is no police tactic is likely to cause injury and as likely to cause serious injury. as a police dog. nothing else comes close. now to see evan sernoffsky is full investigative report and get more information on canine use of force here in the bay area. go to our website ktvu .com. it is 7 56 cain velasquez, the former mixed martial arts champion, will stay in jail for now, while he's awaiting trial on charges of attempted murder for the second time a judge denied bail for velasquez, citing his quote, reckless disregard for human life blazquez has accused of attempted murder and 10 other weapons charges. he allegedly chased down harry galati, accused of molesting his four year old family member. blazquez
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reportedly fired shots on the car, injuring galati stepfather. came velasquez was one man wrecking machine. and they were scared to death. he can play the victim card. however there's only one real victim here, and that's kane and his family. now supporters with free cane signs flooded the courthouse steps. they say the lack of bay over velasquez is frustrating when galati was released and is allowed to wear an ankle monitor. it has happened. 57 happening today. the oakland city council will vote on making oakland a sanctuary for women seeking abortions, councilwoman chang towels says that would send a powerful message to women all over the country. she introduced a plan as an emergency measure for today's council meeting. dip that oakland proposal is similar to governor newsom's plan to make california a sanctuary state and
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children. service agencies say that court that court decision could have a big impact on the child care system. many of them believe if roe versus wade is overturned, it will affect them directly to large number of the women who are getting abortions or economically challenged people of color. if those women are denied the choice of having an abortion. it could lead to other problems. we're probably going to see an increase of young folks that cannot take care of their kids. and where are those kids going to go? oftentimes those kids are gonna end up in the foster care system unless we as a system gets smart. we get upstream right now. he says there about a half million children who were in foster care and even when they reach their 18th birthday and leave the system, they have no place to go and they have very little support. he says. that leaves them very little chance of breaking the cycle of poverty
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. more than 1600. african american students were honored at the african american academic excellent award ceremony in oakland. middle and high school students who kept at least 3.0 grade point average, with the first semester of the school year were named to the scholar list. students heard messages of praise from oakland unified school district leaders as well as community members and lawmakers at last night's celebration. i want to acknowledge you as celebrate you for the hard work and dedication that has led you to this momentous day. i am truly inspired by your commitment and your discipline. in the face of all of the challenges of the past year. let me be clear. this is a real accomplishment. now. this year's ceremony was named in honor of oscar right who 20 years ago began mentoring and honoring african american students who succeeded in school. his evil is on american
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and it does not have the right to exist. in a civilized society . you're hearing their calls for change following this past weekend's mass shootings on both sides of the country, but we're learning about the alleged attackers in both of these cases. it's a positive news from one major bay area city when it comes to homelessness, the latest numbers and what they suggest about the homeless crisis. plus there has to be something like alternatives. um like instead of killing them protest set for today over a local cities plan to get rid of the geese in one neighborhood in the city says it's time to be rid of them for good. from ktvu fox two news this is mornings on two. good morning to you. i'm andre. senior thank you for joining us. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's tuesday. may 17th the sun is out. let's talk about what's headed our way. weather wise by welcoming back steve paulson. hi, steve. good morning, you two only a little bit of fog, mainly south , not north or east, but some on
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the cemetery coast. no doubt santa cruz down the monterey and then out towards santa clara valley gilroy, but only a few patches also in the cemetery coast parts of the peninsula north and east. it's already good to go for sunshine, and we'll get warmer temps today. so your tuesday two stepdaughters have sunny and warmer temperatures will cost will stay in the sixties. it's inland, and bayside will get a little bit of a jump. so after a cool, windy day yesterday, a little bit warmer. today was 60 seventies and low eighties. alright salles here 801 san francisco bay bridge somewhere else. this time. let's start with the south bay, steve, but i will definitely talk about the bay bridge in just a moment. i just want to show you that the south bay community is pretty thick and almost everywhere you look getting to the west valley 85 87 to 80. one oh, one. they're all pretty busy and it is going to be quite the drive. as you drive into the san jose area. we talked about the bay bridge. i want to bring it up for you. you can see that westbound bay bridge is backed up. when we come back, we're going to talk
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about some of those east bed commutes. 80 has a new issue in richmond, and we also have a look at the concord that's coming up in just a few, but nowadays one let's get right back to the head locked itself. thank you happening today, the suspect in this weekend's deadly shooting at a church in orange county is scheduled to make his first court appearance. investigators have identified the suspect of 68 year old david chow with las vegas. they say he was motivated by hatred against taiwan when he killed one person and wounded five others inside of a church in laguna woods on sunday. authorities say parishioner dr john chang was killed in the gunfire. they say he sacrificed his own life to stop the government from killing other innocent victims inside that church. dr chang is a hero. in this incident. based on statements from the witnesses, and corroborated by other means. it is known that dr chang charged the individual. the suspect. attempted to disarm him , which allowed other parishioners to then intercede. taking the suspect into custody.
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just an incredible story here. prosecutors are expected to file federal hate crime charges against the suspect, possibly later today already faces one felony count of murder and five felony counts of attempted murder. these photos have just been released from inside the church in laguna woods. take a look. the show church members tackling the suspect just moments after he opened fire. law enforcement officers say they're quick and brave response prevented an even bigger tragedy . three happening right now. president biden is in buffalo, new york, where he's meeting with the families of those killed in a weekend mass shooting at a grocery store. the president and first lady added flowers to a growing memorial at the tops grocery store for the 10 people who died their new york's governor, kathy hotel in new york senator chuck schumer also placed flowers at the memorial. later today, the president is expected to call on congress to push for tougher gun control laws. investigators identify the shooter in this case is 18 year old patent gender, and they say he left a detailed suicide note for his
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parents. they also say they think gender and targeted the store because it's in a zip code that's home to the biggest african american population in buffalo. investigators also say he planned to take a shooting rampage beyond the store. his intention was to kill as many blacks as possible if the buffalo police officers that engage them didn't stop him. he was going to continue down jefferson avenue. he was going to continue. investigators say gender and also posted an online manifesto with racist neo messages. he is still on suicide watch this morning, is scheduled to be back in court on thursday . area religious community and law enforcement leaders met in san francisco last night to discuss the deadly hate crumbs one you just heard about in buffalo and then orange county as well. we in san francisco? acknowledge that this city is not immune. from the same virus. the reverend amos brown from san francisco's third baptist church hosted last night's meeting. the speakers all vowed to work
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together to try and stop the racial hatred that often leads to deadly violence in america. we are all americans together in this country. remember this country's called us a. let's be united united states america, united is a key word. carl chandler. the reverend brown, by the way, says he plans to hold another meeting at san francisco city hall tomorrow he plans to announce the formation of a multiracial group that will work to stop all forms of hate crimes. and stay with mornings on two for updates on the deadly shootings in buffalo, new york and orange county, and you can get updates anytime with our free ktvu news app. five happening today, a messy situation in foster city has city leaders they're making plans to take back a park that's been overrun by geese. some residents are against the proposed measures. ktvu james stories in foster city with the situation there and the planned protest for later today, james garcia was starting to see that problem. wake up here this morning. you see the number of geese here at marlins park. this
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is just one of several areas that the city say is part of a contamination problem by all the droppings left behind by hundreds of geese. and they say they've had enough. according to city documents. there have been some strategies that leaders have already tried to reduce the amount of geese and reduce the amount of droppings they leave behind. they say methods like strobe lights haven't worked ideas like fencing or using dogs to scare or harass the geese away. or keeping goose eggs from hatching, create temporary solutions but aren't efficient enough. city leaders worry the droppings can create public safety problems, anything from spreading contamination. to causing traffic risks if those geese wandered onto the roadways , they are now waiting on a permit from the u. s fish and wildlife to do some population control to put a stop to the presence of geese. and the droppings they leave behind. but many city residents are asking the city to go another direction. i think it's terrible like i feel like there has to be like some alternative to like. um to, i guess, cleaning up the
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streets. i feel like the geese aren't hurting anyone and they bring natural beauty to the lake. so i don't think faster, foster city should go on. and harming them. that's bad. a group known as in defense of animals says they have sent emails to city council made it clear they believe the idea is cruel and ineffective. why the protests now? well, the city council decided to move forward with its mitigation plan back in november. and the permit it's waiting for it takes about six months, so taking that legal action could happen soon. some people we spoke to say they would be willing to volunteer their time to pick up after the geese if it meant keeping them around. and keeping them from being killed. tonight's protest will begin at 6 30 in front of city hall. facebook event for that protest says about 40 people are planning to show up. we're live this morning from foster city. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank
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you today, supporters of the proposal for what's called care courts will tell us how people with serious mental illness could be helped by this program care courts. could order people with debilitating mental illness to into treatments through programs and counties would have to offer those programs as well . now, the families say, without that care, many of the mentally ill and up on the streets, another organization called disability rights. california claims the care courts violate the civil rights of the mentally ill. according to the latest point in time homeless count, fewer people are living on san francisco streets. then before the pandemic. this is just another example of working together with federal, state and local resources and our nonprofit partners. how we can make something great happened for people. the count says the number of people living on the streets and in cars dropped by 15% the total number of people who are homeless dropped by 3.5% 2 different story across the bay, though in alameda county, the point in time count showed
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the number of homeless people increased by 22% over the past three years. county leaders say the number of people living on the streets would be even higher without all the federal, state and local emergency aid programs tied to the pandemic. prevention funding and in eviction moratorium that we believe really saved off a much more traumatic increase in homelessness. county leaders are looking for more money to keep some of those programs established at the beginning of the pandemic going and today, the alameda city council will decide whether to approve a guaranteed basic income program next year. it would give people who qualify a monthly cash payment that can be spent anyway. they want the alameda city council decided whether to fund the program with $4.6 million with federal funding their similar pilot programs in oakland, san francisco and stop them as well. the reward has been increased for information in the continuing search for missing east bay woman 24 year old alexis gabe. last month, the city of oakley offered a $10,000 reward to help find her. she was last seen in january, the
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antioch's home of a former boyfriend. now, officials say an anonymous donor contributed another $50,000 to the reward fund. if you have information on the whereabouts of alexis, gabe, please call oakley police community coming out to help find that young woman. all right time now is eight. oh, nine. coming up on 8 10. here's sal. now, with a look at the roads, hopefully 20 down south. yeah, this winding down a little bit. for example, the bay bridge, andre a. i just looked at that. and i'm now you can see it yourself. you can tell that the cars are moving quite a bit faster and you might get through. and if you have the luxury of waiting around you might want to do that san francisco is getting kind of thick. dortmund dortmund 101, and as we look at the east bay, we have slow traffic between hayward and san leandro north bong 8 80 that caught my attention. you do have some slow traffic getting up. toward the downtown oakland area. in fact, they do have a camera there that i can show you. you can see it's not quite stop and go, but it's going to be under the speed limit. and so is 5 80 as you approach the lakeshore. and take
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10. let's go back to the desk. thank you another potential sign of recovery from the covid pandemic by bart says things are looking better. in california law requiring gender diversity on corporate boards is struck down by one legal expert says. it's already made it smart, though.
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in e through the summer semester. the contra costa county community college district says it's going to wait to lift the mandate amid rising cases. the district encompasses diablo valley college, less mcdonald's college and contra costa college. it's also keeping a requirement for students and employees to be vaccinated. the district says it will decide about whether to keep the mask mandate through the fall semester this year. the cdc is now recommending people traveling on domestic flights get tested for covid before the board. this is a live look at sfo right now, previous recommendation, suggesting tests only for those with whose vaccinations weren't up to date. well now, the agency recommends everyone getting tested as close to departure and no more than three days before flying counties are preparing for next month's primary election. at the contra costa county elections office in martinez. workers say they're doing everything they can to keep the public well informed on election day, the deputy county clerk recorder and his team are
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running through assignments to make sure they're ready to receive and count ballots for the june 7th election. just like you know, preparing a race car for the daytona 500 of the le mans race. you're going to be exercising your machines to be sure that they're you know, functioning at a high level. a coalition of bay area elections officials has created a website that's aimed at ensuring public trust. the group is sending information about redistricting voting by mail voting systems and the ballot counting process has overturned another landmark california law mandating diversity and corporate boardrooms. a superior court judge in los angeles, says the law requiring public companies to have women on their boards is unconstitutional. the case was brought by judicial watch, a conservative legal group, which argued the measure created gender quotas. the state argued the law is necessary to reverse a culture of workplace discrimination against women law , university professor jessica levinson says despite the ruling overturning the law it may still have had an effect. part of the goal was already achieved one.
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we're talking about it, too. there is more gender diversity on boards and three maybe it's going to create a change in culture, and i think that's ultimately what a number of the lawmakers who voted for it wanted. last month, another judge struck down the state law requiring companies to diversify corporate boards by having members of underrepresented groups including black, hispanic , native american pacific islander and lgbt. directors the san francisco comptroller's office is taking action efforts, said the city's trash company recall aji brought in more than $24 million over it's allowed profit margin, according to a new report. the excess profit was generated between 2018 and 2021. the ecology must now put that money into an account offset future rate increases. just last year, we ecology agreed to pay a $36 million fine for its role in a corruption scandal involving former public works director mohamed new room report number numbers indicate that bart ridership is bouncing back now, bart says more than 90,000 people wrote barred on saturday. that 63% of pre
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pandemic levels. the last ridership record was the saturday during fleet week and the giants playoffs and sunday 64,000 people, wrote bart 62% of pre pandemic ridership on sundays. there were several events and protests around the bay area this weekend, including the bay to breakers race and a new music festival is coming to san francisco, organized by golden voice to promoter behind the coachella festival. the portola music festival is an electronic music festival with headliners that include flume, the chemical brothers and m i. a the event is set for san francisco's pier 80, september 24th and 25th. and tickets to go on sale this friday. exciting let's get you out the door on this tuesday 8 17 a couple of problems. we really need to start with yourself. yeah, well, we do need to let people know that things have improved that the bay bridge, i think earlier. maybe you were watching. when you were getting ready. it was slower. things are beginning to loosen up, and that's good. and that spots a trend for me, but you will see that trend of very slow traffic in the east bay and
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in the south day let's go. first of all the peninsula too, so i can't forget that. one on one in san francisco as slow as, like, pull back. you can see how slow it is in the east bay and oakland. this is the crunch time getting into the downtown oakland area, 6 80. we had some earlier problems leaving pleasantthere's almost too much for me to go into specifically, i don't want to forget 6 80 in concord. conquered the wall equipped. we have slow traffic. it's pretty jam packed and 80 between richmond and berkeley. it's slow, so all these commutes are slow. if you do have a little bit of time to wait, things tend to get better. as we get closer to 98 18 bring steve in today's weather. thank you, sir. we'll get right to it here. most of the fog is south of san francisco, most of it oakland but a little bit there, but most is on the cemetery coast down to santa cruz, monterey and santa clara valley. susan says, though, could san francisco please get three or four warm? it's not windy days. please susan, you did say, please. i appreciate that. three or four. i don't think so. today and
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tomorrow will be better. there will be more son go to the mission district or portrayal hill area and you'll be a little bit warmer there, but the water tips are too cold. there's some fog i, mainly south of san francisco from san mateo coast. no doubt parts of the peninsula. santa cruz santa cruz mountains down towards gilroy. that's where most of it if not all of it is. but those water temps are just too cold. 49 san francisco boy means fog and windy pattern is probably in your near future. even if you get a warm up today and tomorrow, scotts valley and valley forward, both dropped 39 this morning i that's impressive . 40 petaluma 41 more gun hill, 42 woodside dropped to 43 degrees. there's just a fight between what's going on in the pacific northwest and the high and the desert southwest. one wins out for a day or two, and then another one comes in. so we get a combination of a windy, cool patterns and we get a little bit warmer. and then the wind comes back, and i don't think this is changing. anytime soon. maybe go all the way into early june. the way it looks to
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me patchy fog. kulov's mostly sunny. it's sunny. it'll be warmer for most, unless you're stuck in some of that fog and parts of the santa cruz coast or san mateo coast, but inland temps in bayside, they will jump up santa rosa, walnut creek, menlo park san jose, all moving up today was 80 to 82 78. in 76. there is a little bit of a breeze. not for all, but i mean it's an onshore breeze west, southwest or south. it's not roaring like we saw the last couple of days we had 35 40 50 miles an hour, but sfo west at 14, so i can't lose the breeze completely. but we do have more sunshine for many fifties on the temps, although we did have as you saw a lot of forties this morning. it's just not changing. the pattern is stuck. so next two days, inland temps will jump up coast won't get all that warm , but that much warmer but there'll be moreunshine today and tomorrow before we bring that fog back tomorrow is the key for wind does kick in there will be some nineties but per usual the last couple of weeks here, it's one and done on the warm up 60 70 eighties today, pretty close to where we should be quick jump on wednesday back to fog on
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thursday nights on friday, back to fog and the coast with eighties inland, you guys for the weekend. all right. thank you so much. you can now get even more covid test sent directly to your house. details on the latest expansion of the efforts to fight the virus, and the warriors are preparing for what will likely be their toughest challenge yet in the nba playoffs, we'll hear from head coach steve kerr about what
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morg t of the western conference finals , will be playing one of the nba's had his team. the dallas mavericks, who had one of the nba's best records into january 1st and finished the season only one game behind the warriors. dubs coach steve kerr says they're preparing to slow down a team that dominated in game seven. the differential was shocking. you know, you just don't expect to see that, but, um one of those nights. you know, we've we've all been on you know they're side of those things we were last week when we lost 5 39 to memphis. dallas was just really impressive, played a perfect game and they'll come in here with a lot of confidence. i'm sure in game one you will be. warriors are favorites to win the series. if you want to buy tickets for the game, by the way, the starting price is just $250 a ticket on the resale market to a new study that says san jose is one of the best places in the country to live.
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u. s news and world report looked at the 150 largest metro areas took several factors into consideration, including quality of life, affordability, safety, the job market and desirability. san jose and its surrounding cities ranked fifth. of course, the cost of living in that south bay city ranks low. however sanders it's quality of life and booming job market were found to be enough to make up for the expensive cost of housing. now san francisco comes in at number 10 on the list, and it's not just san francisco because the ranking includes surrounding areas alameda, marin and contra costa counties. no other california area makes it in the top 100 up in the north bay, santa rosa and sonoma county coming at number 130 to the valley of fairfield area comes in at number 142. if you want to go live at number one. you have to get on a plane to huntsville, alabama, huntsville ranks high in affordability as well as many other categories. we mentioned affordability right. the average cost of a home enhance ville under $200,000 was nothing, not even a down payment here, right next on the list. colorado springs, green bay, wisconsin,
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boulder, colorado. they joined huntsville and san jose in the top five stopping ground. we got a chance to talk about it today since ville was on the list, all right. british researchers report taking a week long break from social media can help improve mental health scientists studied more than 150 for adults who said they usually spend eight hours a week on social media. everyone was given a score for anxiety, well being a depression and at the end of the week, researchers say no social media people showed significantly higher scores across the board, and that was despite nearly all of them, admitting they used social media. but monitoring show they were on social media for less than half an hour during the week. new concerns about keeping parishioners safe after another shooting at a church what one man who survived a different church shooting says could help people another wrench thrown in the works for elon musk and twitter by the billionaire says there is a new stipulation before deal
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surt bay town over a banner with what many call a racist message. while locals say it's not the first time they've had to deal with this sort of sentiment in the bay area store store owner takes action after watching an arsonist target his business how he was able to prevent what could have been a devastating fire. from ktvu. fox. two news. this is mornings onto so glad you're here. welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian andre scenery. it is tuesday, may 17th the
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month was flying by and timeouts coming up on 8 30. time for look at your forecast. if you're heading out the door, here's steve paulson. hey steve. alright. good morning, you two well for some. it's already bright sunshine and beginning to warm up after cool owes again for others. there's too much fog as parts of the cemetery coast. on the peninsula. also down towards that gilroy you can see over towards the santa cruz and monterey pretty thick there, but just to patrick to around oakland and most of its south of san francisco, north and east, though you're good to go, it will disappear but sixties on the coast today and your tuesday to step is sunny and warmer for most here unless you're dealing with some of that fog, that'll probably hold you back a little bit on the temps. but we're looking for sixties seventies to a few low eighties. alright salles here it's 8 30 in the morning and kind of busy still that way now or better. there you are. there you go. alright it's a little better, but we do have some slow traffic out there . steve and we have a new crash on highway four, and that was westbound highway four coming up
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on the willow past. great now. fortunately for you and me, we do have a camera right there. and you can see that traffic still looks about the same crash or no crash. it's already on the shoulder, so it's not really causing a huge delay. there have been no major problems here at the macarthur mazel. well now it's taking about 45 minutes to get there and at the bay bridge. we still have a robust backup. it's also pretty slow in oakland this morning on 80 north and 5 80 west 8 31. let's go back to the desk, sell. thank you people living in the east bay town of danville, responding to a small protest over the weekend. that's not gaining national attention group of masked demonstrators held at large sign with the words white lives matter. the demonstration took place at the intersection of black hawk road camino tassajara road on saturday. that was the same day a gunman killed 10 people at a supermarket in buffalo, new york, in a suspected racially motivated hate crime. now one local community activists in danville says some racist attitudes still exist there. our
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town leadership has been very eager to maintain the status quo and we have been working with them for over a year to more explicitly denounced racism in a public way. the mayor of danville, has released this statement in response to the white lives matter demonstration, it says. in part, those responsible, made sure to cowardly cover their face and hide behind their signs. these people were acting out of hate speech, though not a crime. this was clearly an apparent gesture towards people of color. 8 30 to this weekend's deadly attack at an orange county church has many people worried about safety at places of worship when former construction worker who has been caught in two violent incidents at churches is watching the developments carefully. carl chin recently launched a new business that advises faith leaders on how to keep people safe at church, he says the churchgoers attending services can often be the best defense against someone with a gun or knife. i do not believe the answer is in metal detectors. uh first of all, the main thing we can do is to be intentional
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about security. they maybe prior military. they may be prior law enforcement or current, either one of those in 2000 and seven chin was inside a church in colorado springs when an armed man killed two girls in the church parking lot 11. years earlier, he was briefly held hostage by an armed men inside another church in colorado. new this morning, a bay area business owner was able to save a store after seeing someone allegedly like the front of his business on fire from his security cameras. the whole fire tells us they responded to the fire on main street or marine street. at around 3 30 this morning. they say the owner of that store, got an alert on his phone from his cameras and saw someone apparently trying to start a fire. and because of that alert, he got to the scene right as police were getting there, too. p and v p d. we're on scene, utilizing fire extinguishers to keep the fire in. check the fire extension at that time was just the storefront itself due to their quick actions and due to the quick actions of the first arriving fire company, we were
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able to limit the fire damage to that. very just that initial storefront it's expected the person caught on that security footage was starting that fire on purpose. it's been put up now with no injuries, and we're told the police department found a suspect just a few blocks away and arrested him. san jose police are now asking for the public's help as they investigate a deadly shooting near the san jose state university campus. it happened early yesterday morning, an apartment on south 10th street investigators say one man was killed in the gunfire. a woman was wounded, she is expected to survive. she's a you know, nice woman, and, you know, you know when you meet kind of meet people in the neighborhood, you get to know him a little bit. and yeah, it's just, you know, really sad. you know, it's just kind of a presence that's going on with you know, in our cities. so far. no information on suspect or possible motive in the shooting. we know police are looking for witnesses and any surveillance video from the neighborhood, county officials say santa clara county's new jail is going to cost nearly
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$300 million more than the original estimate. the 500 bed jail was designed to replace both the south and north pole. san jose main jails, which critics had said were substandard. the south jail has already been demolished criminal justice reformers have opposed the plan for that new jail, they say will not help the county with widespread mental health and drug addiction issues. the county executive says more delays will only increase costs, which could soon top $1 billion efforts are underway to rescue the last of the ukrainian soldiers inside a steel plant in the city of mary appall. ukrainian officials say the fighters have completed their mission and they're now being evacuated. for the 260 soldiers. some were badly injured or loaded onto busses and being taken to areas under russia's control. ukraine's president says negotiations are underway to bring the fighters home. on the battlefield. ukrainian forces made gains in the heart kiev region, reportedly pushing russian troops back to the russian border. ukraine's president congratulated the soldiers. i have just finished. my gratitude has no limits. i
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wish all of you to stay healthy. more western military aid is arriving in ukraine daily with 10 shipments in just the past 24 hours this morning. finland's parliament has overwhelmingly approved the country's bid to join nato that comes as sweden has now joined finland announcing plans to seek membership in the defense organization. both countries say the russian invasion of ukraine is why they no longer want to be neutral. russian president putin warned sweden and finland against joining nato. there is not an immediate threat to russia with the inclusion of those countries, but the expansion of military infrastructure over the territory will obviously called for our response. but there is a potential hiccup here. the president of turkey has come out against letting sweden and finland joined nato, saying they have not taken a clear position against kurdish militants. all 30 nato countries have to agree to allow new members to join. this morning. the fda is just authorized to covid booster shot
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for children between the ages of five and 11. the cdc still has to make a separate approval later this week. it's not clear how much demand there would be for a third shot for that age group. the cdc says less than a third of children ages, 5 to 11 are fully vaccinated. we can all now order another round of free covid test from the u. s postal service. every household can get another eight test shipment free of charge right to their door. usually the test arrive in about a week. of course, doctors encourage people to take an at home covid test if they have any signs of the illness. the fda is authorized the first non prescription test that can detect multiple respiratory viruses, including covid. it's similar to a covid test and by nasal swab at home people, then send that swab to a lab and then the lab sends them the results. tests can detect the flu respiratory virus along with covid. there are hopes the nation wide spread baby formula shortage may soon come to an end. the fda has reached an agreement with abbott laboratories on the steps needed to open or reopen the company started baby formula plant in michigan. now it's shut down in february after two infants who
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had consumed a formula. made at the plant died and others got sick, but the cdc says it found no conclusive link between the plant and those deaths and illnesses. abbott is on record as saying that once we reach final agreement on how to get the plant reopened the processes and procedures to make sure that the product is safe when it comes out. they said around two weeks to get product out. the plant shut down and supply chain problems are too big factors in the shortage of baby formula and the nestle company is flying in formula to the united states from europe. it's giving top priority to its gerber and all female products because they are for babies who are allergic to cow's milk, nestle says. it already imports products to the u. s but is now adding shipments and sending them as cargo instead of board ships on board ships to speed up the process of getting formula two babies who need it. all right, 8 38. it was a wind tunnel in my little east
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bay neighborhood last night. i mean, the trees are barely blowing here along the oakland estuary. so steve paulson, it depends where you are. garcia welcome to my world. i also live in a summer wind tunnel, not in the winter, but i understand exactly what you mean. so for some, yes, there's no breeze. others you're like, oh, my gosh. here we go again, and we are in a windy pattern. i don't think that's changing anytime soon here. our good friend george mccrae and el sorrento. morning low still in the forties. we had a lot of forties this morning 48 instead of the usual may fog already have, son and i kind of like it. well, george, enjoy it while you can. because not far south of you. there's some funds. especially oakland, also in san francisco. but for many north and east, it's already clear but that's not the case. san mateo coast. look at that wrapping all the way down almost to santa cruz, then comes back in and for sure down towards morgan hill, gilroy. and the watson ville over to 1 52 that is thick as thieves down there some of that low cloud deck water temps are really, really cold 49 to 50 so far is no problem forming, especially when
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you start to get eighties inland. we're just caught in between the high pressure in the desert southwest and a series of fronts. and lows, which continued just plow into the pacific northwest. so one day or two, we cool down. we get the wind and the high builds in a little bit, and then the process starts all over again. so patchy fog mainly south, but sixties fifties sixties by the coast 60 seventies around the back, we'll get some low eighties inland. we've been a little little reluctant to jump up on these attempts here, but there's already is, you know, some fifties here for some brentwood says 63 will probably be around 84 degrees or so. but as long as those systems keep moving into the north, it's really hard for that high to build in and end our current pattern. so we get a break for a couple of days, so the next two days will be warmer away from the coast eighties today. but some fog some sun if you're north and you don't have any fog that enjoy because it's fifties and sixties on the coast, if a north wind kicks in tomorrow there will be some nineties inland. maybe even some seventies over by the coast, but again if it's north northeast vs northwest makes a huge
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difference. 60 seventies i think, mainly low eighties today. and then we'll get warm to hot on wednesday, but here we go again. another cool down on thursday, bump up friday before we go into what looks to be finally little quiet on the weekend. there, you guys thank you so much. congress is holding a hearing right now about ufos. lawmakers say the topic used to be treated as a joke. but coming up on the nine while the house committee says ufos are a potential national security threat, also, shanghai's coronavirus lockdowns are still in place, even with very low case counts. how the zero covid policy has had a brutal impact. on china's
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thes made up of some 90,000 solar panels capable of generating up to 40% of the new campuses. energy needs this building will house 4000 employees in the company's advertising division. with this shape. we had people walking by and they're like, what is this? like? they don't even know it doesn't look like an office building, which is so fascinating because then when you come in, you have no preconceptions of how to work that comes from historic ways of working, but instead, it's like a canvas of creating new ways of being together. the new campus also houses the largest
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geothermal installation in north america to help heat and cool the campus without the use of fossil fuels. business stories for you now, elon musk has a new demand for twitter. the other big stories even though people are back at work. the home improvement projects continue now at home depot cookies here with dollars and cents. my projects definitely continue, and i'm not alone. home depot posted a strong quarter that was better than analysts expected as home and garden improvements. projects continue. also in this morning retail sales in general show consumers kept spending in april in line with what economists expected despite inflation and higher prices. now that helped take stacks up when that opening bell rang this morning, and by the way, planet fitness ring the bell kicking off its high school summer pass that lets teenagers aged 14 to 19 workout for free this summer as we take a live look at the numbers. walmart on the other hand, missed earnings estimates blames continuing supply chain issues that's weighing on the dow a bit. but despite that home
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depot, also part of the dow, and it's up to 135 points the s and p 500 up very strong in the last hour, now up one and a third percent, the nasdaq gaining almost 2% right now, making making its way slowly back to 12,000. the indexes have been done. about 67 weeks straight, so nice to see some gains. elon musk has new demands for twitter before he closes the deal. musk tweeted early this morning to say his deal to buy twitter cannot move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts are fake or spam in his tweet. musk says his $44 billion offer was quote. based on twitter's sec filings being accurate, twitter responded this morning, saying it has filed paperwork with the sec and is quote committed to completing the transaction on the agreed price in terms, the preliminary proxy statement contains information important information, including the background of and reasons for twitter is transition with mr musk. uber's offering a new
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feature that will allow riders to request rides in electric cars. the service called uber comfort electric is lodging in los angeles, san francisco, san diego and dubai, features electric cars from tesla and pole star, which is an electric car from volvo, along with the ford mustang, maki uber has teamed up with hurts to make tesla's and pole stars available for uber drivers to rent. and zero covid lockdowns in shanghai, china have been effective in stopping the spread of the coronavirus, but they're having a big impact on the country's economy. the city of 25 million people has been under a strict lockdown for seven weeks, covid restrictions in shanghai and other cities have caused massive supply chain disruptions and hit consumer spending. shanghai is a center of auto production in china and ranks first in overall car sales in the country. but last month, the city recorded no car sales. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank
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you. speaking of money, the san francisco home made famous by the television sitcom full house is again up for sale and the asking price for the victorian home on broderick street is get this. $37 million and that was $32 million more than its sale price for the full house home just two years ago, and there are no parent changes in the five bedroom, four bathroom home since it sold back in 2020. and even some of the furniture is the same from the previous listing. interesting go up so much. i don't get you know, seven million. what i love is that list prices just like a suggested starting place. this is where we're starting, and you have to have your bids in my next tuesday $50 million? yeah and then some guy swoops in and snaps it up the next day. the data we could talk real estate forever, but now we have to switch switch gears and talk about traffic. one last peek at this tuesday commute. absolutely. but there is one thing i have. to say it seems like there's pricing it so no one will buy it little suspicious francisco someone
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will have the money. alright good morning, everyone. i see something on my cameras. that there is no doubt affecting traffic. i can tell there's it's even though it's not in the lines. there's something right there. it looks like chp s there with the vehicle and look. everyone is slowing down. and that's added to the commute. so once again, you can just put my arrow on it. as you come up to the mcarthur maze. you will see some slowing. you'll see some slowing at the bay bridge, and also you see some slowing as you drive. on san francisco's way if you're driving the other way from the peninsula into the city, north and 2 88 11, there's a new crash. things have been clearing up, and now there's a new crash right there at the alimony may so watch out for slow traffic there. what about today's weather? here's steve. all right, sal. thank you, sir. little bit of fog hanging on your oakland also, south san francisco pacifica san mateo coast. most of this looks like it's about ready to disappear, but not the case. farther south, i mean, it's pretty solid. parts of the peninsula salmon tail coast. then you get a little
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break until it pours back in again around santa cruz all the way down to watson ville over to gilroy. morgan hill. all that looks like you put on the brakes right about there and should start retreating. so sunny for most, but some folks still out there. series of systems just keep marching in or in the pacific northwest, keeping them cool, rainy yet the high and the desert southwest winds out sometimes, but it's been a fight between the two and usually it's the wind that's been winning out for us lately. patchy fog cool those this morning had thirties and forties believe or not a couple of thirties, mainly forties. sandy mostly sunny, except for some of that fog, maybe holding on parts of the coast fifties on most of the temps already, so i mean the forties don't last long in these lows with a nice being so short, but temperatures can see some of that fall going down the coast. now we're going to see more of a northerly breeze kick in. so for today, inland temps bump up for seventies low maybe a few mid eighties but still fifties sixties over by the coast tomorrow looks warmer, though. and if that north wind is just that north and not northwest. can get some low nineties inland. it was some seventies over by the coast, but we'll see
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if that's a north west or north tomorrow, but it does look warmer for most today into tomorrow sixties seventies and eighties. tomorrow looks to be the warmest day after monday. the coolest fog is not far away , though there on thursday looks like a brief form on friday with some breeze and then back to what looks to be a quiet but nice weekend, you guys are. thank you so much steve community gardens popping up in a high crime san francisco neighborhood coming up on the nine the people behind this farm to table project on wellness, healthy living and goodwill, also, a new crackdown on side shows in one bay area city mayor says needs to happen. after a sideshow crowd attacked it attacked a police officer.
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless.
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and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. city leaders in antioch's a. they now have a zero tolerance policy and approach after sideshow crowd damaged a police
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car with a police officer still inside. this is on saturday night police had been called to the site showed 18th and eight streets and when they tried to break up the crowd, the crowd turned violently against the patrol car. the officer tried to actually go after one of the vehicles that was nearby them, and he was completely surrounded by the spectators. these incidents bring great danger to responding officers. participants and bystanders. the mayor says police officers should treat citizens with respect, but the reverse should be true as well. the city council is expected to take up a measure that would arrest and find spectators at such shows and police say they will or may not arrest sideshow drivers where the crowds where there's a crowd, but they warned there could still they could still show up. at the homes of these drivers with a tow truck sees the cars involved weeks or months after the incident. there is a new focus on the actions of police. canine officers deployed canine hundreds of times every year. across the bay area, the dogs bites can cause serious
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injuries. in some cases, those who are bitten are not suspected of a violent crime. ktvu investigative reporter evan sernoffsky spent two months investigating how barry, a police use canines, he found some agencies use them often others hardly at all. there was no state standard as to how police can use dogs. i'm still shaking until today and these days until shaking about it outside of the firearm, there is no police tactic is likely to cause injury and as likely to cause serious injury. as a police dog. nothing else comes close. evan sernoffsky is full investigative report on police, canines and use of force in the bay area is that ktvu .com. happening today. the oakland city council vote on making the city a sanctuary for women seeking abortions. councilwoman shank how says that would send a powerful message to women nationwide. she introduced the plan as an emergency measure for today's council meeting. the local proposal is similar to governor newsom's plan to make california sanctuary state. the
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actions come after a leaked draft opinion by the u. s. supreme court indicated justices could soon overrule the landmark abortion ruling row versus wade. children's services agencies say a reversal of roe v. wade could have a big impact on the child care system. research shows more often low income women and those of little means have abortions at a disproportionately higher rate. children's service agencies say if those women are denied abortion rights, other problems will result. we're probably going to see an increase of young folks that cannot take care of their kids. and where are those kids going to go? oftentimes those kids are gonna end up in the foster care system unless we as a system gets smart. we get upstream right now. he says, half a million children are in foster care. they often have little to no support when they age out of the system on the 18th birthday, chapman says foster children often have very little chance in breaking the cycle of poverty. former president barack obama and the founder of airbnb are
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coming together to help students , the co founder and ceo of airbnb, brian chesky, has donated $100 million to the obama foundation. to fund scholarships for students pursuing careers in public service. in a new video released yesterday, the duo announced the voyager scholarship that will grant $50,000 to college juniors to cover tuition costs over two years. scholarship winners will also get an airbnb credit worth $2000 a year for 10 years after their graduation. more than 1600 black students were honored at the african american academic excellence awards ceremony in oakland midland high school students who maintained at least a 3.0 grade point average for the first semester of the current school year were named to the scholars collarless the students heard messages of praise from oakland unified school district leaders, community members and lawmakers at last night's celebration. i want to acknowledge you as celebrate you for the hard work and dedication that has led you to this momentous day. i am truly inspired by your
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commitment and your discipline. in the face of all of the challenges of the past year. let me be clear. this is a real accomplishment. this year's ceremony was named in honor of oscar right 20 years ago, right began mentoring and honoring african american students who succeeded in school time now is 8 59. officials at laguna honda hospital in san francisco say they will not be giving up the fight to keep that hospital's doors open permanently. the hospital's plan to shut down and transfer 700 patients received approval from federal regulators just last week, hospital officials say it is a necessary step to keep federal funding for the next 4 to 6 months. the hospital came under fire. you'll remember last july when staff reported to drug overdoses from street drugs that were not deadly. since then. the facility has been monitored by federal officials. we will do everything that we can to make sure that this facility stays open, um, to
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continue to be a landmark for san franciscans who need care and a critical time in their life. if laguna honda closes its doors, hospital officials say patients will need to be transferred likely out of california officials say they brought in experts to help keep that hospital open. demonstrators in danville hold signs that read white lives matter, and it happened just hours after the buffalo, mass shooting. we have many friends of color. i can only imagine what those signs felt like to them. i mean, it feels violent. it does pushback from the community, led by danville mayor another east based city is considering giving some low income residents money every month with no strings attached. we'll talk about this with the mayor of alameda, the proposal to implement universal basic income 49ers begin team workouts next week. will devo be there? how about jimmy g. 49ers commentator who never holds back gives us his take.

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