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news. this morning's onto warm wednesday. we're so glad you're here with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to wednesday, middle of the week. it's may 18th and steve paulson has a forecast for you. i think you will like probably. it's tough to please everyone catch. we are looking for a clear sky. little haze has settled in there. we have not had what's called an inversion. that's warm air loft because we've had so many lows coming in and wind and cool temps. well, now you get a little haze off in the distance there, but still cool loans. palo alto at 45. santa rosa downtown 47 livermore 47 degrees a little bit of fog towards santa cruz and monterey. that's it. we're all set for a nice day wednesday warm up. this will be the warmest day. probably it looks to me of the entire week here. cool lows. only some patchy fog. nice at the coast, 60 seventies coast and bay will go eighties to as few low nineties illan will keep an eye on the on the breeze kicking in
later tonight into tomorrow. all right over to sound. now we had an issue earlier. that's resolved. what about at seven o'clock? something new or okay, things are doing well, for the most part, steve, i want to show you the issue of freeway that traffic is looking good if you are driving i would say 29 minutes is pretty good for this time. we have some slowing enrichment, getting out to this point. and at the bay bridge toll plaza, they raised slow traffic. by the way, highway 92 is open. you may have gone to bed. it was closed for a power line issue. they have cleared that up in 92 is good. in and out of half moon bay between 2 80 highway 17. oh one. let's go back to the headlines happening now the start of the annual bus trip to sacramento for education. ktvu is. amanda quintana is in san jose, where a group of teachers and students began a journey this morning. they want to speak to lawmakers about education. good morning, amanda. yes good morning. they just took off for that trip about 30 minutes ago. now, this is an annual trip, but we have not seen it happen in person
since 2019 and back then there were about 250 people that went on that trip. today about 250 signed up, but because of the recent spike in covid cases, not everyone showed up to get on those busses this morning. now, this is a trip that happens every year. senator dave cortesi has been hosting it for nearly two decades, giving people in santa clara county the chance to travel to the state capital. and meet directly with legislators learn about current legislation and discuss public education as a budget priority. that's group has a long list of 13 senators, assembly members and departments that they will meet with today, including governor gavin newsom office. i spoke to one high school student going on the trip, who has a specific issue he wants to ask about. i think one of the most prominent issues for education in california today is the digital divide, which is the tech access gap between the rich and the poor.
and since the low income students, especially during the pandemic, didn't have access to devices, internet broadband, etcetera, and then they weren't able to get as high quality of an education. the group will be advocating for public education and for ways to fix the many issues that the pandemic has exacerbated in schools, other people i spoke to want to make sure h vac systems are working properly. to keep kids and teachers safe and other students just want to see what state leaders are really doing there in the capital. another man i spoke to says he's interested in getting involved in politics. he felt like this was a good way to learn from these politicians and just get to speak to people face to face. it's gonna be a long day for that group. but they will be back here at six tonight after hopefully learning something from those leaders there at the state capital. five in san jose, amanda king tonight. ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you. the city of oakland is now the first in the state to declare itself a
sanctuary for women seeking abortion. in the unanimous vote , the city council approved the move after a leaked draft opinion showed the supreme court could be poised to overturn the landmark abortion ruling roe v. wade, planned parenthood and city leaders gathered outside city hall before the vote standing in favor of the resolution. oakland city councilwoman shank tower introduced the plan as an emergency measure. in a statement after the vote, she said, this resolution says to women across the country who are under attack that your rights will be protected here. your autonomy your agency access will be protected here. and those who would threaten or harass you will not be tolerated or enabled here in oakland. now do covid. the bay area continues to be california's covid hotspot. new numbers show. san francisco county continues to have the highest case county in the state , only napa county has a slightly lower case rate week to week. it's unclear as to why the bay area seeing such high numbers of covid cases, some experts say, maybe because of higher testing rates in our area , local health officers now recommend that people wear masks
indoors again. but that's not a requirement. meanwhile apple is bringing back mass requirements for some of its workers in its silicon valley offices and in its retail stores, according to bloomberg, apple told employees they'll have to wear masks in common areas and offices. they're also going to require retail employees to start wearing masks again at about a third of its apple stores in the united states, apple had dropped its mesh requirement for employees back in march. our time is having no five happening today. supporters of san francisco's laguna honda hospital will hold a rally calling for the hospital to stay open. the hospital lost its funding from medicare and medicaid after two patients overdose last year. that means the hospital 700 patients, many in long term care would have to be transferred elsewhere. hospital officials are trying to get laguna honda re certified. today's rally at noon will be held outside of the hospital. well alameda is the latest northern california said he to launch a guaranteed income
program. the city council late last night voted 3 to 2 to approve the proposal for a pilot program that is designed to help low income residents. city staff's there's 11,000 households qualified, but at first, only 150 will be picked to get a $1000 monthly cash payments. he said he would use money from the american rescue plan act to pay for the program. i'm really excited that we as a council have a chance to make a direct impact in people's lives and that with this program, we might be able to leverage it. to do to provide more benefits or similar benefits to more people. i think there's two city council members who voted against the program argued it doesn't help enough people right now. there are similar basic income pilot programs and other cities, including oakland, san francisco and stocked it video this morning of a motorcycle accident
that injured a south san francisco police officer. watch as well. see the officer enter this intersection. from the fifth avenue right after this big rig goes through, then we're about to see another person crossing through the intersection and collides with that officer. police say the officer has moderate injuries and is recovering this morning. that driver remained at the scene. police say that drugs and alcohol were not a factor in the crash. out of vallejo, where the city council there is taking a new step to help crack down on the theft of catalytic converters voted unanimously for an ordinance that makes it illegal to have a catalytic converter when it's not attached to a vehicle without proof of ownership. such that's doubled in value between 2020 and last year. catalytic converters contain precious metals that can be turned in for cash at recycling centers. police say those thieves are becoming increasingly bold. this kelly converter is easily removed from the vehicle with the use of a reciprocating saw. doesn't require a whole lot of criminal sophistication on the part of the offenders and candidly. some
of these saws are pretty quiet. they're not as loud as you would think. and some of these folks can do it undetected in the shopping centers. under state law recycling business must have a license to buy a catalytic converter failing to do so can result in a $1000 fine six months in jail or both, and i'll add those are very expensive to replace. no they have these things that that you know, the guy at the shop can put on to sort of anchor it in their little bit of an extra cost up front, but it protects you from having it stolen again cheap at all. alright time at 708 south, watching everything happening out on the roads, everybody behaving for you. for the most part. we've had a couple of things go on, but i think most of the slowing is the routine stuff you see every day for example, on the east shore freeway, interstate 80 driving, let's say from vallejo, near the cartoonist bridge to the maze 31 minutes. it's kind of stays steady around there some days. it's almost double that so i'm just kind of looking at the glass half full kind of aspect. bainbridge 10 minute delay no problems on the actual span. san
mateo bridge getting a little slowing dumbarton bridge. not too bad in case you haven't heard. highway 92 between half moon bay and the 2 80 freeway is open. it was closed last night you went went to bed knowing it was closed with this morning. it is open. they open it about six o'clock so you can get up and over the hill. or into half moon bay with no closure on 92 7. oh, nine. let's go back to the desk. coming up. he left his television talk show to run for congress. next an update on that tight race involving the man many know as dr oz and the northern california woman survived being attacked by a mountain lion. the reason she mountain lion. the reason she says her dog saved her life. i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case and failed to do his job.
plae city says there are too many of the geese, canadian geese causing pollution with their feathers and all the droppings or a group of people protesting the birds removal idea went to city council meeting last night to speak out about it. they say the idea to kill the geese is inhumane. coexistence and compassion to values that area holds extremely dear. so the fact that the city is planning
on giving them a very brutal death is really shocking. now a spokesman for the city released a statement it read, in part, quote with an obligation to maintain healthy waterways and inviting parks. foster cities considering the lethal removal of a limited number of geese. it also said no action or decision on the matter has been made other than the direction to acquire the necessary should the city move ahead. with lethal removal. trinity county is praising her dog for coming to our rescue after a mountain lion attacked her. ktvu is andre senior is here now and the dog literally. andre saved her life. pretty crazy story, dave. she was on a trail with her dog when they mountain lion attacked her from behind, and that's when her £50 dog jumped and started fighting that big cat. the met line turns its attention to the woman to the dog from the woman to the dog and dragged the animal off the
trail. that woman said she flagged down someone who was driving by and the two of them but to save her dog. the mountain lion eventually let go of the dog and ran away well now wildlife officials are working to track down the big cat responsible. we look for traces of saliva that would in turn, have dna from the mountain lion . if it's in fact, a mountain lion, and then eventually if we can get a hold of the mountain lion itself, we would try to look to see you scrape those swabs underneath the claws of the mountain lion to see if you can identify human dna, and, in fact managed to match the two and that work continues right now, state wildlife officials are working to track and trap the cat responsible, but won't say what will happen. if they do find the animal. it could be euthanized, relocated or even moved to a zoo. you should know that being attacked by a mountain lion is very rare. but if you are confronted by one, here's some advice from the experts here, stand tall, shot aggressively and throw rocks. if you are attacked, fight back. that is the advice from the
experts. i'm andre senior back to you never need to use it, andre. thank you, leo here, where the owner of a recently opened gourmet food store, says she's determined to reopen after her store burned down. fire broke out early yesterday morning at anchor pantry on marine street. the owner says she got an alert from her security camera rushed down to the store and found it was on fire. she shared that surveillance video with ktvu. now she initially thought the cameras weren't working because of that. hes on the left side of the picture, and she realized the store was actually on fire. the owner says the footage shows someone around her store for about an hour before it appears he started a fire at the front of the store. disbelief and just couldn't believe that someone would just do this for no good reason. that's really just terrible. i mean that someone would take someone else's livelihood in their hands. so you know, destructively. the anchor pantry is now red tag. there's smoke damage to a business next door. police arrested 32 year old xavier
williams of vallejo on charges of arson and an outstanding felony warrant. new reports show. there are more airbnb listings in new york city than there are apartments available for full time residency. when airbnb started 14 years ago, there have been concerns short term rentals would cut into the permanent housing stock and drive up prices in cities such as new york and san francisco. new york magazine. now reports there are more than 10,000. airbnb listings. people can rent long term and just 7700 full time rental listings. experts say that gap is likely to grow. time is 7 16 and less than three hours from right now. more tickets will go on sale for san francisco's outside lands festival 10 o'clock this morning. you can buy single day tickets instead of buying for the whole weekend regular one day ticket to sell for $175. it will be $395 for the v i p ticket. the organizers also released the festival schedule scissor headlines on friday green day performs on saturday
and post, malone will close out the main stage on sunday. alright 7 16. let's get you out the door. we've had some early problems pop up now that we're approaching the heat of the commute cell. where do we need to start for traffic? we need to start in richmond there, gaussian, dave, because there is a crash on the way to the richmond bridge. that is causing slow traffic here on 5, 88 canals and injury crash and this one is a relatively recent. it was just reported about 10 minutes ago. everyone's arriving now and now. the traffic is going to be slow. i want to take a look at the richmond bridge. people may not be getting through. let's see. yep. you see, look, it's empty. look at that. where did everyone go? well just around the corner, there's a big crash. look, there's not one car here, not one. this is kind of creepy, right? everyone's caught. so if you're going to the richmond bridge, you need to know that you're going to be in a world of traffic trying to get their people are not getting through.
it looks like some people have just been led by here, so we're going to keep an eye on that. all right. let's talk about bait point this morning highway four. looking into concord from bay point, you can see its slowest slows in pittsburgh and over the hill. and if you're driving on 82 mcarthur maze. it's 31 minutes. drive from the cartoonist bridge to the maze. and when you get to the bay bridge, another 10 or 15, 7 18. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir . well, we've had a windy pattern going back almost to the middle of april, but it has been a rainy cloudy cool pattern. in the pacific northwest, and the beat goes on here. another system plowing in there, you know again, it's getting late this season for us, but these systems moving in there have prevented the high in the desert southwest, where it's been not. from building northwards, so that's why our temperatures have been on the mild side. not very warm. and if we get a warm up, they don't last long. they only last one day well, this system will move through tonight and the wind will turn northerly.
temperatures aloft are bumping up a little bit. i did notice little haze yesterday you get that one. the temperatures warm up is called an inversion. we call it a cap, so it starts to r weeks and weeks of great visibility and air quality. there's a little bit of haze out there now because of a northerly breeze out towards the sacramento valley. maybe solano county as well. there's a fire weather watch the hills for the most part of brown. there's a little bit of green left, but not much. santa rosa, oakland conquered san jose. the arrows are pointing up today so we'll go 90 to 76 93 84. be honest with you. the forecast size have been over shooting. they've been a little too high here for most locations. the highs have been coming in slightly cooler, and i think the old cold ocean temps have a lot to do with that. also more of an onshore breeze so that they could be a 48 san francisco buoy 49 point reyes and moderate 50. that is just really cold water, forties and fifties on attempts, except if you're well inland, and you might get some sixties here, 44 el granada and one side, saying for los altos, those are cool
fifties circling the wagons, their foster city cemetery. belmont san carlos, stanford, 46. atherton middle parks also 46. another system will be on the way, but not until probably within about 48 hours. so nice. too mild to warm to hot to the coast looks good, except for some fog down towards santa cruz and monterey. but those systems moving innhe lee side of this year, so they give us a breeze. does not look like a north wind here yet, but something to watch. you're more of a northwest, but it could turn easily. north northeast, specially parts of us a napa county solano contra costa nice , too mild to hot cooler tomorrow looks cool into friday. little warmer on saturday. you guys steve. thank you. nine bay area school district are receiving donations of books affirming lgbtq identities. this is an incredible opportunity for our students to learn about others who share the same experience that they do to feel safe and protected from bullying. one of the schools receiving the donation nystrom elementary in richmond, along with celebrating diversity, the state superintendent says the donation will help achieve the
state's goal of ensuring all students can read by the third grade. no time now, 7 20 with tonight deploy ear's played the dallas mavericks in game one of the western conference finals, and we're all live inside chase center getting ready for tonight's big game. remember that old wendy's commercial from the beef where current wendy's and mcdonald's customers are suing the fast food giants? what the lawsuit says about the chains, advertising and why it's misleading.
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.
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23 happening today in santa rosa . popular event returns santa rosa wednesday night market is back after being canceled the past two years because of the pandemic. at the event is more than 30 years old. it features a farmers market and a street fair . it runs from five o'clock until 8 30 tonight at the old courthouse square. the market includes fresh produce food vendors, crafts booths and children's games. mcdonald's and wendy's are facing a class action lawsuit accusing them of falsely advertising the size of their food. the lawsuit spearheaded by the new york man who says the too fast food giants should compensate him and other customers, says wendy's and mcdonald's print and television ads overstate the size of virtually every item on the menu. the fast food chains have yet to comment on the lawsuit. mental health advocates rallied in support of a new state bill, a group called families advocating for the
seriously mentally ill gathered yesterday in oakland, urging elected officials to support the governor's proposed care courts legislation. care courts could order people with serious mental illness into treatment, the families say. without that care , many of the mentally ill end up on the street. the program would let family step in and advocate for their loved ones. it would add an avenue by which family members like me and others, not just police officers and clinicians would have some authority to really do something. to help our sick loved ones who cannot advocate for themselves. sadly those who claim to be on their side actually stand in their way. a number of groups are against the proposal. the group disability rights california says care courts would violate the civil rights of people who are mentally ill. 7 25 virtual reality technology is not just for gaming. it's also being used to help bring back memories for people with alzheimer's. how many children do you have? ah,
hi. i have. no, i don't have very much children. and let me think. i'm not sure how many at one sacramento nursing home patients dealing with alzheimer's dementia and memory laws put on the headsets that were loaded with photos from their life. the photos can sometimes trigger memories that have been locked away. in some cases for years. home you see, okay? that's my daughter, isn't it? and when the blue blue shirt and shorts wow, the goal of the treatment is not just to help promote memory, but also to help the patients avoid feeling isolated or upset as well. 7 26 the men's world cup kicks off in november. us soccer just made a historic announcement this morning about paying its men's and women's teams and as a community in buffalo, new york
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jewel played. dallas. and game. one. of the west. conference. final. at chase said. with the war. head coach. steve kerr is saying about playing. really? all headlines. it is the latest election results on that pennsylvania senate race involving the man we all know as dr oz. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on 27 30 on what's expected to be the warmest day of the week. let's run out and say good morning again to our steve paulson as you're taking us through the next coming hours. it's a lot of pressure, garcia, but i'll do my best. yes thank you and dave, say, son, listen to me when i'm talking to you. where's that fog while it's down towards santa cruz and monterey? that's where the fog is. that's the only place we can find any is right there. santa cruz down the marina and monterey north of that it's clear, but it's again. not going to be crazy heart unless you're well inland will get a wednesday warm up cool
lows and a lot of forties again. patchy fog. nice on the coast. it'll be warm to hot ellen's so we're looking at sixties seventies eighties and a couple of low nineties 7 30 salis here now richmond bridge. yeah or getting to the richmond bridges. i should say, steve, because we have a problem that is not actually on the richmond bridge , and i seem to have lost the graphic i made, so i'm going toe richmond bridge. there is a problem and that's right. at canal street. you can see there are three icons, but really is just one crash here getting out to the richmond bridge, and one of the things we've noticed is that traffic is getting by now, but it's not getting by at the same rate. now more cars are coming through. that's encouraging. they may have opened some more lanes if you're going to the rich and bridge give yourself extra time. you're going to need that time. if you're going to the bay bridge, you will see that traffic is backed up for about a 10 minute delay. when we come back in just
a few minutes, we'll talk about more of that east bay commute. 7 31. let's get back to the headlines south. thank you. tonight, the warriors will play the dallas mavericks in game one of the western conference finals at the 6 30 hour we played where's waldo? with a magus? she was live inside chasing. i'm told she is even harder to find this time around. so join me in a game. i'm calling anyone seen emma look at this picture. i mean, demagogues. i don't see where you are. oh i think i see you is that you don't know emma. take it away. find me. it's hard to tell out here and you know, i woke up feeling extra gold blooded this morning, and then i walk into chase center and i'm immersed in a sea of bright gold. it really is just so stunning to be in the arena right now. and every fan that comes to tonight's game is going to see a gold blooded t shirt that they'll be getting when they come to their seats, and coach kerr said that yesterday said that the mavericks are a top team to beat but nothing that the warriors can't handle.
to have home court. fantastic um, we're excited to open up in front of our home fans and we'ry aware of how well they've played not just in the playoffs, but really, since about the new year has been one of the best teams in the league. so huge challenge ahead, but challenge great opportunity. coach kerr said the warriors looked good and felt good yesterday when they hit the practice floor inside chase center and it's looking like auto porter is going to be back in action tonight after missing game six with memphis with foot soreness gary payton is recovering from a fractured left elbow will find out tonight if he's able to get back on the court. the warriors are heavy favorites to win this series. tip off is at six o'clock tonight, reporting live at chief center. demagogues. ktvu, fox
two news. emma thank you knew this morning. both the men's and women's u. s national soccer teams will now get the same pay and prize money for the first time. us soccer federation says it's reached bargaining agreements with the unions for both teams. the two teams will pull the payments they get from fifa and split it equally. just a few months ago, the women settled a gender discrimination suit that ended with them, winning millions in damages to bring them to equal pay with the men's team. our time is now 7 34. it could be a few days before the winner is declared in pennsylvania in a closely watched u. s senate primary celebrity dr mehmet oz is separated from former hedge front ceo david mccormick by just a fraction of a percent. in the republican primary for an open u s senate seat with thousands of mail in ballots still to be counted, both candidates are predicting eventual victory. we can see the path ahead. we can see victory ahead and it's all because of
you. thank you, pennsylvania. we are making a ferocious charge. but what is this close? what else would you expect? everything about this campaign has been tight. john fetterman here. pennsylvania's lieutenant governor won the democratic primary for the u. s senate seat . you'll go up against the republican winner in november to replace the retiring said it had to me. 7 35 investigators in buffalo, new york, are learning more about a deadly mass shooting that left 10 people of color dead. president biden went to buffalo, new york, called the shootings an act of domestic terrorism and urged all americans to condemn white supremacy. white supremacy is a poison. it's a poison running through. it really is the president and the first lady put flowers at the shooting scene and met privately with family members of the victims, and the president pledged to fight for gun control. until you get the
money out of it is gonna be hired. and it's a lot of money getting me off for guns, guns purchases like who needs an air 15? there's not a hunting rifle. only thing you heart with a r fifteens as people. law enforcement officials have called the shooting massacre a racially motivated hate crime. when the president returned to the white house, he spoke out against the buffalo gunmen and others who hold the same racist beliefs. we have to not only talk about how we're going to end the hate but who is responsible for generating there are reports that gunman's white supremacist views are linked to what's called the great replacement theory, the belief that white people are being genetically annihilated. supporters of the theory say it's been happening worldwide for years. experts say that perceived threat leads to hate crimes and violence. certainly see this kind of unrest when you have periods of tremendous change and stress, and we have a lot of issues that we're dealing
with. right now. you add all of those things together, and what you're going to see is what you've seen historically in the united states is an increase in xenophobia. history experts remind us the u. s has a difficult history with many groups, including native americans, enslaved africans and the immigrants of today, social scientists say changing demographics and economic uncertainty caused many to feel more threatened than in the past . 7 37, the man accused of a politically motivated shooting inside of a southern california church last denied bail and he'll be back in court. june 10th. charges of murder and attempted murder refiled against 68 year old david chow, who also faces enhancements for lying in wait for the attack inside the geneva presbyterian church in laguna words investigators a child spent hours putting chains on the church doors, putting superglue in the keyholes. you
also had three bags filled with molotov cocktails and extra ammunition. did set up a scenario where he made people feel comfortable. so they weren't alert to the danger and he concealed his purpose. now investigators think this was a politically motivated hate incident and the child was upset over relations between china and taiwan 52 year old doctor who tackled the gunman was killed in that church shooting. five other people were hurt. congress is moving closer to giving ukraine a $40 billion relief package. this week. the senate is expected to pass the bill despite objections from some republicans who say the money would be better spent here at home. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell strongly backs the measure, saying it's in the national security and strategic interests of the united states. on the ground in ukraine. russian state television released video of ukrainian fighters leaving mariupol st
steel plant after weeks of fighting. soldiers that that continued to resist their did so bravely and skillfully. in a move that is likely to anger russia. both sweden and finland are pushing ahead in their bids to join nato. president biden is set to host the leaders of both countries tomorrow at the white house. here at home in san francisco family is upset and feeling violated after someone tore down two ukrainian flags in front of their home surveillance video shows what happened as a man and a giant jacket, tears down the ukrainian flag. outside this home in san francisco's inner richmond district after tearing down the flag man leaves but then comes back and takes down a larger ukrainian flag from the wall and throws it on the sidewalk. he was clearly after the flags now whether he was after them because he's just nuts, or he was after them because of the significance of them. i don't know i have family over there that are in the middle of this bothered me a
lot. san francisco police are reviewing this video trying to identify the vandal. anyone with information is asked to call san francisco police. your time is now 7 40. let's go right back to south. did you fix everything out there in richmond? well the richmond bridge traffic is going to be affected if you are driving their because of an injury accident near canal street, clearing it up. at one point. all the lanes are blocked. now people are getting through. but nevertheless, if you're driving to the richmond bridge, you need to give yourself extra time. it doesn't look bad here, but just around the corner before it. there is a crash. also let's talk about some of the other east bay commutes here. if you're driving in bay, point to concord, you can see the traffic is getting better by the time you reach here, but it's slow in pittsburgh, and you can see a lot of people who, you know, try to get on the freeway or maybe bypass the freeway using this road. not much luck there. it's going to be slow. this is a look at 80 westbound and general 36 minutes from the car kinda
spreads to the macarthur made and then at the bay bridge toll plaza. we do have some slow traffic as usual. we haven't talked a lot about the south bay, but i do want to mention it because things are getting worse now, especially on 85 from one on one all the way to 17. that is mostly stop and go traffic north. dont 7 41 let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. all right, we'll get to it here. we'll start north first because that has been the pattern. since about mid april. they get the rain they being seattle and portland. it has been nonstop of their that also keeps us in what has been a windy pattern with the desert southwest high locked in around arizona in the desert southern california, so we're the pattern is stuck as lousy systems keep marching into the north. we are hard pressed to really warm up that much, but the high tries to nose in and then it gets knocked out again, and temperatures come right back down, so every warm up has been one and done so far. one little change. i noticed this yesterday as the air aloft is getting warmer. this is called an
inversion or cap. we've had cold air. we've had no inversion, so the air quality has been good visibility has been great when you get that warm temperature layer that traps things below. it's a little bit of haze now showing up santa rosa, oakland conquered san jose bumping up 92 76 93 84 have to be honest, i do my own forecast highs. some of the projections have been too warm. in this pattern and too warm, so i eased into this a little bit. and when those water temps continue to be this cold 48 50 49 50. is fog is right around the corner, especially when you get eighties or nineties own forties and the temps are fifties. i mean, there's no big warmup, leisure outdoors brentwood, which 66 but most locations do not have a north wind yet, maybe later tonight tomorrow. some of the higher elevations do but 42 boulder creek that's cold fountains. 44 scotts valley 43. scotts valley dropped to 39 yesterday. upper forties low fifties already for some, including around santa cruz and capital of 48 50 degrees so that
system going to the north will then dive in towards idaho, nevada. we are on the western edge of it that will give us win. so the possibility again the hills are brown now, so fire concerns are heightened as we get into this kind of a pattern, but it does look like the valley will get the brunt of this more outdoor just sacramento valley. looks right now, maybe in northwest wind along the coast and that northwest wind has generated the upwelling, which is giving us that very cold ocean temps 60 seventies coast in bay eighties nineties inland . everything points towards a cool down starting tomorrow into friday, little bump up saturday, but looks nice going into the weekend. steve thank you. tesla cybertruck won't come out until sometime next year. why for many car buyers worldwide. it's already too late to place an order right now. let's check in with andre seniors see what's coming up in the eight o'clock hour of mornings onto good morning, andre david gaseous group of students and teachers heading from san jose to sacramento this morning. we'll have a live report on the 19th annual bus trip for education.
and when you join us on the nine, the fda has now authorized booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11. but what's about some of those youngest americans getting their first dose of the covid-19 vaccine? we're talking live with an expert insight on the latest an expert insight on the latest move by the some questions about why the suspect involved was arrested multiple times and not held. yes on h. recall chesa boudin now.
police were investigating a shooting at the rancho del pueblo golf course in san jose. one man was shot at the park and suffered life threatening injuries. we've now confirmed he died. no word yet on a motive forward, many suspects have been identified at this point. the one person was killed. three others were injured in the shooting last night in east palo alto. police say a man died on the way to the hospital after being shot at jack farrell park to other victims took themselves to a firehouse for treatment. investigators believe it was a targeted attack. the police are still searching for whoever was involved. oakland leaders want to redirect some of the city's cannabis tax money to fund new programs. the city gets about $7.5 million every year in taxes from cannabis businesses. council members lauren taylor treva read and know well, gayo
now say that money should go into an emerald new deal fund, it would fund social equity programs such as re entry services, mental health initiatives and affordable housing. we are here to directly address the impacts that they were on drugs have had, especially considering that now there is a burgeoning industry that is creating significant wealth. in the same vein. that incarceration. and death. from the war on drugs was perpetuated. right now. the annual cannabis tax revenue goes to oakland's general fund. alright time at 7 48 target surprised wall street this morning and the news was not good. i have been doing my part and moratorium. you are. these numbers are a surprise. also some big names in business announcing job cuts. pam cook is in studio again with dollars and cents. yes, unfortunately, stocks are down one. that's one of the big reasons. netflix carbonneau and robin hood also
are the latest companies to announce job cuts. 150 netflix employees, which is about 2% will lose their jobs after reporting a loss in subscribers for the first time in 10 years. when that opening bell rang this morning, stocks drop other companies are announcing hiring freezes, including amazon, which is just what economists predicted as costs increase. analysts now say those higher costs will be passed along to consumers. so inflation is not slowing down yet as we take a live look at the numbers this morning, the dow jones now down more than 500 points more than 1.5% the s and p 500 also down almost 2% hanging on the 4000. the nasdaq slipping just about 2% as well. 226 points for the for the nasdaq target's earnings, miss the mark that sent the retailer stuck into a downward spiral down more than 24% for target. now it reported customers stopped buying those bigger ticket items in particular, like furniture and
exercise. equipment executives say they also needed to boost hourly pay rates to attract and keep workers and like walmarts quarterly report, target says supply chain disruptions cut into earnings all of that led to a 52% drop in profit for the first quarter at target. tesla cybertruck is expected to start shipping by the end of the year. tesla says it already has more orders for its electric pickup truck right now, then it can fulfill for the next three years . supply chain issues are limiting production. tesla will no longer accept orders in europe and asia and his only taking reservations in north america. tesla is taking reservations for its electric big rig. the company has requiring a $20,000 deposit the tesla semi can hold up to £80,000. i can travel 305 to 3. 300 to 500 miles on a single charge. walmart fedex, pepsi and frito lay are among the companies that have placed orders for those trucks. i'm pam
cook, that's look at your dollars and cents 50. let's get you out the door. do we need to start in the richmond area against sal or elsewhere? i think we want to check in with rich, but that's a good idea, gosha because we had that problem. on the approach of the richmond bridge is still there. at canal street. more cars are getting by, and i think a lot of people are behind schedule. so what i want to say to you is that if you're driving to the richmond bridge give yourself extra time. i also want to focus on some other commutes because some other commutes are getting busy. how we force slow. it gets a little bit better by the time you reach concord here, this is westbound highway four heading out towards 2 42. and you can see 80 westbound quirkiness bridge to the mac maze. 36 minute drive bay bridge toll plaza is going to be slow the rest of the bay area commute also beginning to fill in almost everywhere. 8 80 from hayward. let's say to fremont, mostly slow. 6 80 is especially slide of dublin. you're driving out of the stone rich exit there and heading down to about highway 84 . we have slow traffic. 7 51.
let's bring steve back with today's weather. thank you, sal . get to it. here. we have mainly clear skies. it'll be nice to mild to warm to hot today. although again as i've noticed that forecast highs have been running way too high. uh sometimes you know, you have to fine tune these things have eased back a little bit on the high. the reason being is that the systems continue to march in the pacific northwest, amazingly active pattern here. strong jet stream clouds rank. that prevents us really from warming up too much i will knows in for a day another system comes in, knocks it right back down. so that's why any warm up has been one and done since about mid april. here we are getting some war miral off. i mean, these systems are north of us. we're not getting those strong lows. driving in, although there's hints at the end of the month and early in april and june, we might get a system dropping. where's the fog? right there. santa cruz down to watson, ville salinas, monterey so most of the coast is clear, most inland areas, but there is a patrick too. now a little hayes is beginning to show up because it's taken a long time. but what we call in versions of warmer
air loft is beginning to move into the higher elevations. northwest mount davos now north at 37. so course the hills have already turned brown so fire concerns with that mainly out to the valley, also some of the higher elevations which will take us into thursday. and also friday, north wing and mount diablo atlas peak. those northwest mount vader's north big rocks northwest, middle peak , north oakland, berkeley hills south, even out to travis, it's west southwest, so far, it's only in the higher elevations. paterson past west southwest livermore, northeast pleasant and north sonoma ridge trail northwest del valle road west, so it's variable. it's not all north or northeast forties fifties on most of the times, brentwood again out there at 66 , but we'll get a north northeast breezes system will dig into northeast california, nevada. that generates somewhere nice, too mild to warm to hot for a few today, although these are wind driven temperatures and if we don't get that north wind, it probably won't get this hot. but we'll stick with it for now. i don't think we get the brunt of the wind stays out to the valley. but it's something to
keep an eye on. so 60 seventies eighties or low nineties and then temperatures will start to cool off thursday. friday looks good, dave going into the weekend. alright steve. thank you. thomas 7 55 surviving a mountain lion attack. this northern california woman very lucky to be alive after her brave dog saved her when the mountain lion attacked and relief in the baby formula shortage crisis may be coming soon to families having a tough time congressional democrats offer their plan to fill those empty shelves.
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time is 7 56 congressional democrats are pushing a new bill to deal with the shortage of baby formula proposed $28 million in funding would increase fda inspections in an effort to get products to store shelves faster. democrats say more fda staffers will also prevent fake products from getting to consumers and a baby formula recall that abbott nutrition just added to the supply chain disruptions. nutrition they receive when they are very young has such an impact on their entire lives. thanks, security, their families feel. about taking good care of them is what our country is about. now in the closely divided us senate. the new legislation will need the support of at least 10 republicans in order to get it to president biden to be signed
. it is 7 57. the justice department is suing las vegas casino mogul steve wynn. the wind is accused of refusing to officially register as an agent for the chinese government, despite being told four times that's required by law now, this legal action says when acted on behalf of china when he met with then president donald trump in 2017. the lawsuit says when wanted the trump administration to turn over at chinese nationals who had been charged with corruption in china. it also says when was lobbying for china because he wanted to protect his business interests in the chinese territory of macau. what happening today of ribbon cutting ceremony in san jose celebrating the opening of a new hotel downtown. ricardo will take part in the ceremony at the signee a by hilton hotel . it used to be the fairmont hotel. the 805 room hotel opened last month. the ribbon cutting ceremony is set for four p.m.
this afternoon. well triple a is saying americans are ready to just get out. hit the road enjoy a long holiday weekend or summer vacation. triple a predicts 40 million americans will travel by car, bus, train and plane this memorial day weekend, and that's despite inflation, really pushing up travel costs. normally gasoline is no more than 15% of the families travel budget, but the experts say it's likely to hit 20% or even higher this year, depending on how far you're going. and if you're flying alaska airlines, you may want to check if your flight has been canceled or not. the airline's been dealing with the pilot shortage. it's canceling dozens of flights every day, and when it can't win, it can't put together a full cockpit crew since most flights are already close to filled. it's hard for passengers to get booked on other flights to get to their destination. it is 7 59 1 of the
world's famous film festival, the cannes film festival in france is underway. now it's celebrating its 75th year, the festival is focusing on the russia ukraine war with a live video speech from the ukrainian president dolinsky. he called on a new generation of filmmakers to confront dictators as the legendary comedic actor charlie chaplin did to go after adolf hitler. president delinsky said . we need a new chaplain who will demonstrate that the cinema of our time is not silent. a mountain lion attacked a woman while she was walking her dog that small animal she is praising for saving her life and protecting abortion rights. various city that just became the first in california. to declare itself a century city for abortions, and right now a group of south beach students is heading to the state capital to face to face with lawmakers, their their message a lot can be
done on their field triple table. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two eight o'clock on the dot welcome the mornings onto i'm andre. senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian once again, sunshine behind us on the oakland estuary and things are getting a little bit warmer than we were this time yesterday. that is correct. today will be the warmest day you too, and then after that, i think it's just more about the breeze and some cooler temps. not much fog. there's a little bit santa cruz down to monterey. i mean, nothing unusual about that. it's usually there, but that's the only fog i could find. but even in the city, i'm seeing a little bit of a westerly breeze, not a north or northeast at least not yet. so cool lows. patchy fog at best. nice coast. it'll be warm to hot inland. a lot of these will be real wind driven that north wind doesn't kick in. we won't see the knives, but we'll go with 60 seventies eighties and also nineties. alright, sal's here it's 801. might we look towards the south bay at this time we do, and i'm going to show you that i'm going to go from north to south. steve.
first of all, quick mention of that richmond bridge. we've had a big delay getting to it because of a problem it canal. more people are getting by, but it's going to take you longer. even though this picture kind of looks normal. there are a lot of people held up on 5 80 westbound coming out of brisbane towards marin. we're also looking at the bay bridge, which is going to be backed up or typical 15 minute delay before you make it onto the spending. we look at the east bay and the south bay sapic commute. steve mentioned he knows that right around now it's pretty much crunch time for that south bay commute. 85 87 1. oh one if you're driving up to sunnyvale and cupertino. by the time you get there, it looks good, but just getting there is the problem. 802 let's get back to the headlines. thank you. northern california woman credits her dog for saving her life when she was attacked by a mountain lion. it happened near the town of big bar about 200 miles north of sacramento, up in trinity county. the woman and her dog evil. we're walking on a trail when a mountain lion jumped on her from behind the dug its claws into her shoulder . she says the dog, eva started
fighting with the mountain lion and tried to wrestle with the animal on the trail. another hiker, then stepped in, grabbed a pvc pipe from his car and hit the mountain lion eventually let go of the dog ran away. state game officials say they've taken a dna sample from the woman and they're working to capture any mountain lion in the area to see if they can get human dna samples from any of the mountain lions claws. we look for traces of saliva that would in turn, have dna from the mountain lion . if it's in fact, a mountain lion, and then eventually if we can get a hold of the mountain lion itself, we would try to look to see you scrape those swabs underneath the claws of the mountain lion to see if you can identify human dna, and, in fact managed to match the two. for now, the woman is being treated for rabies. it's still not known whether her dog will survive. sonoma state students are calling for more accountability after two nooses were found on campus even though most students are taking finals
and prepping for graduation. more than 100. students and staff held a protest march. on campus. that's after there were two separate incidents where nooses were found in very public places on campus. this month, most students sought. the first news found that a swimming pool area was just a prank. but that sentiment changed after the second one was found in a building near the center of campus. and we got the email last week about another one found in salazar hall and it yeah, like it seems like that's probably what's going on, and it's a little bit scary, very disturbing. um that someone would place nooses on campus. the incidents are under investigation as hate crimes. there have been news incidents and other bay area campuses as well. earlier this month, the news was found on the stanford campus and in march of last year, usf noose was found hanging from a dorm. a student was expelled for that incident in danville, now a group of neighbors are speaking out after a demonstration last weekend that included a white lives matter. son group of
demonstrators rallied and marched along the sidewalks to protest white supremacy in danville. mayor of danville has responded to that white lives matter. sign saying, quote those responsible make sure too cowardly cover their faces 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. the city of oakland is now the state's first to declare itself a sanctuary for women seeking abortion services. in a unanimous vote, the city council approved the move after a leaked draft opinion should the supreme court could be poised to overturn the landmark abortion ruling row v. wade. planned parenthood and city leaders gathered outside city hall before the vote to stand in favor of the resolution. councilwoman xiang tao introduced the plan as an emergency measure. in a statement after the vote, she said, this resolution says to women across the country who are under attack. that your rights will be protected here. your autonomy. your agency access will be protected here and those who would threaten or harass you will not be tolerated or enabled in oakland. the bay area
continues to be california's covid hotspot. new numbers show. san francisco county continues to have the highest case count in the state, only napa county has a slightly lower case rate week to week. it's unclear as to why the bay area seeing such high numbers of covid cases, some experts say maybe because high testing rates are happening in our area, local health officers are reminding everyone to wear masks indoors again. it's not a requirement, however. apple is bringing back basket requirements for some of its workers and its silicon valley offices and retail stores, according to bloomberg. the company told employees they'll have to wear masks in common areas in offices. they're also going to require retail employees to start wearing masks at about a third of the apple stores in the country. apple had dropped its mask requirement for employees back in march. happening today. supporters there. san francisco's laguna hospital will hold a rally calling for the hospital to remain open. the hospital lost its funding from medicare and medicaid after two patients overdosed facility last year. and that means the hospitals 700
patients, many in long term care would need to be transferred to other facilities. hospital officials are currently trying to get laguna honda re certified. today's rally will be held outside the hospital at noon. alameda is the latest northern california city to launch a guaranteed income program. city council voted late last night 3 to 2 to approve the proposal for a pilot program. it's meant to help low income residents. alameda city staff say 11,000 households qualify at first, though only 150 will be selected to get a $1000 cash payment. every month that money would come from the american rescue plan act. i'm really excited that we as a council have a chance to make a direct impact in people's lives and that with this program, we might be able to leverage it. to do to provide more benefits or similar benefits to more people. council members who voted against the program argued that it doesn't help enough people. there are similar basic income pilot programs and about 100 cities
nationwide, including oakland, san francisco and stockton's. are happening today. the annual bus trip to sacramento for education is underway. ktvu semantic atanas live in san jose , or a group of teachers and students started their journey this morning to speak to lawmakers about issues in education. amanda yes. well, those busses took off around 6 30. they are on their way to sacramento. right now. this is an annual trip, but we have not seen it happen in person since 2019. and in that year there were about 250 people who went this year around the same number signed up because of the rise in covid cases recently, some people did not get on the bus this morning. now, senator dave cortesi. has been hosting the free trip for nearly two decades , giving people here in santa clara county the chance to travel to the state capital and meet directly with legislators learn about current legislation and discuss public education as a budget priority. this group has a long list of 13 senators,
assembly members and departments that they will meet with today. including governor gavin newsom . so office each attendee has their own issues. they want to bring up or something they want to learn about today. i think the state has money, and we just got to make sure that state money is being applied to the best and highest use at the local level for me. i think that means high quality online education, making sure everyone is safe. i think you know, we there's work to do in upgrading r h vac systems, making sure all the air that kids and teachers and staff are breathing in is always going to be clean and purified. amongst other priorities. the group will be advocating for public education and for ways to fix the many issues that pandemic has exacerbated in schools. some students, i spoke to just want to see what state leaders are really doing at the capitol, another man i spoke to said he's interested in getting involved in politics. he thought this trip would be a good way to really see what people are doing
there at the capitol and how he can bring some of that information back. to help people here. it is going to be a busy day for that group. they are scheduled to arrive there in sacramento at nine and then they will come back here to this parking lot here at san jose state around six o'clock tonight. so a busy day for them lots to get to, but hopefully, they're able to learn something get their questions answered. live in san jose. amanda king tonight. ktvu fox two news, amanda. thank you. 8. 10 will swing out to sal castaneda to keeping an eye on traffic definitely problems already today. we've had a couple of issues there. things have cleared up, but it's very slow out there. this time we are going to start with south bay community. you can see that there's a lot of slowing the one thing we don't have in the south bay, which is fortunate as we don't have a lot of unusual, uh, you know, lane blockages or crashes. 5101 to 80. there was a time during the pandemic where this was just cleared out. unfortunately for drivers, that
is not the case. now let's go back up to the bay bridge. i want to show you that that traffic is going to be backed up here for a good long delay. as you get onto the bridge, but things are finally beginning to ease up on some of these commutes will be back with another update very shortly. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. he left his television talk show to run for congress still had an update on the tight race involving the man many know as dr oz also caught on camera. a man in vallejo sets fire to a business when we come back by the business owner says this fire won't stop her from reopening
more than 650 points s and p is down by two and a quarter percent. nasdaq is down by almost 2.5. economists blame these disciplines disappointing numbers on disappointing quarterly reports from companies including target, of course, the fed is also said it will continue to raise interest rates . cook told us to expect this earlier today in dollars and centuries in the newsroom now keeping an eye on the markets will bring her back in for more dollars and cents in just about half an hour. kind of this story. leaders in foster city continue to move forward with their plan to remove nuisance
geese. the city says. there are too many of these geese in their feathers and droppings are causing pollution. a group of people protesting the birds removal made their way into a city council meeting last night to voice their opinion. they say the idea to kill them is inhumane. fashion two values that area holds extremely dear. so the fact that the city is planning on giving them a very brutal death is really shocking. a city spokesperson sent a statement that reads in part, quote with an obligation to maintain healthy waterways and inviting parks. foster city is considering the lethal removal of limited number of geese. the statement goes on to say no action or decision on the matter has been made other than the direction to acquire the necessary permits should the city move forward with lethal removal and quote where the owner of a recently opened gourmet food store, says she is determined to reopen after her store burned down. fire broke out early yesterday morning at anchor pantry on marine street. the owner says she got an alert from the security camera rushed
down to the store and found it was on fire. she shares some surveillance video with ktvu says she initially thought the cameras weren't working because of that haze over on the left hand side, but realize the store was actually on fire says the footage shows someone around the store for about an hour before it appears he started a fire at the front of the store. disbelief and just couldn't believe that someone would just do this for no good reason. that's really just terrible. i mean that someone would take someone else's livelihood in their hands. so you know, destructively. the anchor pantry is now red tagged their smoke damage to the business next door. police arrested 32 year old xavier williams of the leo nearby on charges of arson and an outstanding felony warrant. about a new reports that show there are more airbnb listings in new york city than there are apartments available for full time residency. airbnb started 14 years ago there have been concerns short term rentals would cut into the permanent housing stock and drive up
prices in cities such as new york and san francisco. new york magazine. now reports there are more than 10,000. airbnb listings people can rent long term compared to 7700 full time rental listings, and experts say that gap is likely to grow. and just over 90 minutes from now more tickets for san francisco's outside lance festival are going on sale at 10 o'clock this morning. fans can buy single day tickets instead of the whole weekend. regular one day tickets go for $175 and $395 for v i. p. tickets organizers also released the festival schedule scissor headlines on friday green day will perform saturday and post malone will close out the main stage on sunday. not a new video of a motorcycle accident that injured a south san francisco police officer were about to see the officer entered the intersection from fifth avenue. watch the left side of your screen after the big rig comes through. we see the motorcycle officer come in, and then someone else crossing through the intersection. hits the officer. police say the officer
sustained moderate injuries is recovering this morning. dr remained at the scene. police say the drugs and alcohol were not a factor in this crash. for the bullet. hill city council has taken a new step to crack down on the theft of catalytic converters. last night, the council voted unanimously for an ordinance that makes it illegal to have a catalytic converter when it's not attached to a vehicle without proof of ownership. the first doubled in vallejo between 2020 and last year. catalytic converters contain precious metals that can be turned into cash at recycling centers. police say those thieves are becoming increasingly bold. this kelly converter is easily removed from the vehicle with the use of a reciprocating saw. doesn't require a whole lot of criminal sophistication on the part of the offenders and candidly. some of these saws are pretty quiet. they're not as loud as you would think. and some of these folks can do it undetected in the shopping centers. so under state law, recycling business must have a license to buy a catalytic converter. and failing to do so can result in a $1000 fine six months in jail or both
expensive and growing problem. people here to where we work with. they came in, started the car and plowed because of catalytic converters gone clean out the garage. if you have one and try to put the car in there, not everyone has a garage, sal. we could report on this forever. and it seems we have let's talk about what's happening with the morning commute. oh yeah. and you know, a corollary to that is that you need your car to get to work. gas prices are up. this whole thing has been kind of tough for commuters all around. this is a look at the be bridge . it is backed up for about 10 to 15 minutes delay and we also do have a lot of slow traffic all over the place. really? it couldn't possibly because we'd be here for too long detail all the slowdowns only to say that everything that you normally see as their 5 88 80. in hayward in the east bay and also the south bay commute is a little bit slow . now. you know what? we've seen improvement, though i do want to say that in the last half hour, this is improved to 80 has improved. and it just goes to show that if you want to put the
trip off nine o'clock hour or even the 10 o'clock hour is much better than the eight or the seven o'clock hour to drive. i know you may not have that flexibility. here's a man who's very flexible. his name is stephen harper paulson. not as much as before. so alright. alright thank you, sir. the systems that continue to work their way into the north of us. we have not had a low diggin over us for about a week or so. remember that when we had a week, week, thirties and forties for loans while we still have some forties, cool air still in place. that system will then dive towards nevada and that's going to generate some wind. although we are not that hard, so we've seen much worse patterns before. dry systems coming and those are the ones in the fall that generates the strong offshore. but still the hills are brown now, so anytime you start to get a little pick up in the north northeast breeze, it's a cause for concern. still some fog down towards santa cruz, the monterey but that looks to be it. temperatures aloft have been slow to climb, but they are in the sixties now, so that's creating a little inversion. so some haze now starting to show
up underneath that warm layer after about a month of great visibility and air quality, little bit of haze. fire weather watches out to the watch means we think it will happen. warning means it is to watch. that's mainly out to the sacramental value, probably also the higher elevations. diablo's north at 34 atlas peak is northwest mountain , cedar's north, big rock, the west southwest oakland, berkeley hills south so not everyone is in on that. in fact, at the surface, nobody has really west at napa south at santa rosa, west, southwest fairfield, south had conquered oakland airport's trying, but it's a comet says it. it's turned a little northeast, so nothing screaming northeast wind right now. forties fifties to sixties on attempt, some inland temps will get into the upper eighties low nineties will get a day of some wind coming in here tonight into tomorrow, although again it looks to favor some areas towards the sacramento valley more so than us, but it's close. so you have to mention it. but it does look cooler as well as water temps continue to be really cold. so 60 seventies around the water eighties to a few low nineties inland, even
though the breeze picks up it looks cool you guys thursday into friday. our thanks, steve are tonight the warriors play the dallas mavericks in game one of the western conference finals. a c of gold right there chase centers. you look lively. we'll have an update coming up. also coming up. remember that old wendy's commercial from the eighties? the tour ladies, where's the beef? yes today, some current wendy's and mcdonald's customers are suing the fast food giant's with the lawsuit says about the chains advertising and why it's fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case and failed to do his job. the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now.
rety night market is back after being canceled the past two years because of the pandemic. the event is more than 30 years old and features of farmers market in street fair it runs from five o'clock to 8 30 tonight at the courthouse square. the market includes fresh produce food vendors, craft booths and children's games class action lawsuit accuses mcdonald's and wendy's have falsely advertising the size of their beef patties in sandwich toppings. but also it spearheaded by new york man who says the too fast food giants should compensate him and other customers, he says wendy's and mcdonald's print and television ads overstate the size of virtually every item on their menus. the fast food chains have yet to comment on the lawsuit. advocates for the mentally ill rallied in support of a new state bill. the group called families advocating for the seriously mentally ill. gathered yesterday in oakland, urging elected officials to
support the governor's proposed care courts. legislation care courts could order people with serious mental illness into treatment, some families say without that care, many of those who are mentally ill end up on the streets. the program would also lift families step in and advocate for their loved ones. it would add an avenue by which family members like me and others, not just police officers and clinicians. would have some authority to really do something to help our sick loved ones who cannot advocate for themselves. sadly those who claim to be on their side actually stand in their way. a number of groups are against the proposal, though the group disability rights california says care courts would violate the civil rights of people who have mental illness. turns out virtual reality is not just for gaming technology is being used to help bring back memories for those suffering. from alzheimer's. commonly children. do you have ah, hi. i have. no, i don't have
very many children. and let me think. i'm not sure how many so one sacramento nursing home patients are facing alzheimer's dementia and memory loss put on the headset, which are loaded with pictures from their life, and the pictures can sometimes trigger memories that have been blocked away in some cases. for years. home. what do you see? ok. that's my daughter, isn't it ? and when the blue blue shirt and shorts pretty amazing stuff there. the goal of the treatment is not just to help promote memory, but to help patients avoid feelings of isolation or distress as well. 27 now the men's world cup kicks off in november u. s. soccer just made a historic announcement this morning about paying
in n conference finals at chase center with warriors head coach steve kerr says about playing a tough team and it's the political race that's making national headlines the latest election results on the pennsylvania senate race involving the man many know as dr oz. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto glad you're here. thanks for joining us. i'm gasia mikaelian andre. senior fingers crossed what happened tonight with the warriors when they play? thank goodness. they have home court advantage today, so we'll see what happens. all right. time
now is 8 30. it is wednesday, may 18th here steve paulson with a check. of the weather, steve warm today, probably the warmest day of the week you to santa rosa has jumped to 61. a little north wind is kicked in. that will do it. and if it holds, they'll make that forecast. i have 92 the city 54 little haze layer out there now. livermore mid fifties palo alto 57. san jose, also now checking in at 60, so we are running a little bit warmer. only fog we can find is from santa cruz de monterrey. otherwise everyone else is reporting clear skies so nice at the coast today. sixties seventies coast in bay temperatures inland eighties nineties it's wind driven that breeze will pick up for some, and it's out northerly breeze, so sixties seventies eighties and some low nineties 8 31 salis here now. better we're saying, what do you see out there? well now that i adjusted my glasses, i can see you with all my four eyes, steve. so that's that's good, and i can see some improvement on 80. as you drive on 80 coming out towards the mcarthur maze and out to the
richmond bridge. if you're going that way, things are better than crash. a canal has been most of the lines have been open here, and that's still i would still give myself extra time. getting out to the richmond bridge. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's also moving a little bit better. so things are beginning to get better for this morning's community that includes in the south bay where things have been pretty busy, but now we're seeing an improvement. it's a 32. let's go back to the headlines. thank you tonight, the warriors will play the dallas mavericks in game one of the western conference finals . ktvu demagogues has been live at chase center all morning. i love this game. it's where is emma and emma. once again, i can't see you. you're blending in with that sea of gold. i'm here. i'm down here now. hopefully it's a little easier to spot me than before. but it's just such a spectacular sight to be inside chase center right now. it's totally decked out in bright warriors gold, and every fan that comes out to tonight's game is going to see one of
these brand new gold blooded warriors t shirts at their seat. now coach kerr said yesterday that the mavericks are a top team to beat but one that the warriors can't handle. to have home court. fantastic um, we're excited to open up in front of our home fans, too. and we're. dialed in on on dallas, fully aware of how well they've played. the mavericks star player, the mavericks star player luka. don chick said in an interview yesterday that it's not steph or clay that he sees as the key to the warriors. success. it's draymond green. he's just some unbelievable respect him. everything he does, you know, obviously, no, this is not the eventual impacts the game in every other. category so
he's really have a lot of respect. if you're wondering why aunt ticket to send in a v i p courtside seat might cost you for tonight's game. well that's between 5000 and $27,000. tonight's game tips off at six o'clock reporting live and chase center emma goes ktvu fox two news. thank you. 8 34 here new this morning, both the men's and women's u. s national soccer teams. will now get the same pay and prize money for the first time. us soccer federation says it has reached bargaining agreements with the unions for both teams. the two teams will pull the payments they get from fifa and split it equally. you'll remember. just a few months ago, the women settled a gender discrimination lawsuit that ended with them, winning millions in damages to bring them to equal pay with the men's team. it could be a few days before a winner is declared in pennsylvania in a closely watched the u. s. senate primary celebrity, dr mehmet oz is
separated. from former hedge fund ceo david cormack by just a fraction of a percent in the republican primary for an open u s senate seat, with thousands of mail in ballots still to be counted, both candidates are predicting eventual victories. we can see the path ahead. we can see victory ahead and it's all because of you. thank you, pennsylvania. we are making a ferocious charge. but what is this close? what else would you expect? everything about this campaign has been tight. john fetterman, pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, won the democratic primary for the senate seat. he'll go up against the republican winner in november to replace retiring senator pat toomey. investigators in buffalo, new york, are learning more about the deadly mass shooting where 10 people of color were killed over the weekend. president biden went to buffalo yesterday called the shootings an act of domestic terrorism. he urged all americans to condemn white supremacy. white supremacy is a poison. it's a poison running
through. it really is. the president and first lady placed flowers at the shooting scene and met privately with family members of the victims. speaking after those meetings, the president pledged to fight for gun control. until you get the money out of it is gonna be hired. and a lot of money getting me off for guns, guns purchases like who needs an air 15? it's not a hunting rifle. only thing you heart with a r fifteens as people. law enforcement officials have called the shooting massacre a racially motivated hate crime. when the president returned to the white house, he spoke again against the buffalo gunman's reported motivation and others who hold the same racist beliefs. we have to not only talk about how we're going to end the hate but who's responsible for generating there are reports the gunman's white supremacist views are linked to what's called the great replacement theory claims white people are being genetically annihilated, and supporters of the theory say it's been
happening around the world for years. experts say that perceived threat leads to hate crimes and violence. certainly see this kind of unrest when you have periods of tremendous change and stress, and we have a lot of issues that we're dealing with. right now. you add all of those things together, and what you're going to see is what you've seen historically in the united states is an increase in xenophobia. history experts remind us the u. s has a difficult history with many groups, including native americans, enslaved africans and the immigrants of today, social scientists say changing demographics and economic uncertainty caused many to feel more threatened than in the past. accused of politically motivated shooting inside of southern california church last week and was denied bail and he'll be back in court june 10th charges of murder and attempted murder were filed against david chow, who also faces enhancements for lying in wait for the attack inside geneva presbyterian church in laguna woods. investigators say the 68
year old spent hours putting change on the church doors, putting superglue in the keyholes, and he also had three bags filled with molotov cocktails and extra ammunition. did set up a scenario where he made people feel comfortable. so they weren't alert to the danger and he concealed this purpose. investigators think this was a politically motivated hate incident that xiao was upset over relations between china and taiwan 52 year old doctor who tackled the gunman was killed in the church shooting and five other people were hurt. congress is moving closer to giving ukraine a $40 billion relief package this week. the senate is expected to pass the bill despite objections from some republicans who say that money would be better spent at home. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell strongly backs the measure says it's in the national security and strategic interests of the united states on the ground in ukraine. russian state television released video of ukrainian fighters leaving the area pulsed
steel plant after weeks of fighting. soldiers that that continued to resist their did so bravely and skillfully. in a move that is likely to anger russia. both sweden and finland are pushing ahead in their bid to join nato officially put in their applications this morning, president biden said to host the leaders of both countries tomorrow at the white house. as the francisco family is upset and say they feel violated after someone tore down two ukrainian flags that were in front of their home surveillance video shows a man in a giant jacket, tearing down the ukrainian flag outside of the home and richmond. after tearing down that flag, the man leaves comes back and takes out a larger ukrainian flag from the wall and throws it on the sidewalk. he was clearly after the flags now whether he was after them because he's just nuts, or he was after them because of the significance of them. i don't know i have family over there that are in the middle of this. this bothered me a lot. san
francisco police are reviewing this video in hopes of identifying the individual. anyone with information is asked to call sfpd now is 8 40. let's talk about today. if we can get through today without turning on the a. c steve paulson will save ourselves a few pennies and head into cooler weather in the days to come. looks like it today being the warmest day you too. there's a lot going on here. the wind has turned north at santa rosa, and they've jumped up to 61 so maybe a little northerly breeze will play into these forecast highs of some low nineties for some, but not for all here. good question here from old calcite, i think is the buoy temperature, a measurement of the water or the air right above it. it's a measure of the water. the air above. it is separate, so you'll get the sea surface temperature and thenou t the coast guard reports, so that speaking of the bodega bay water temperature. i mean, this is about as close as we get. i can't ever remember seeing 47 so 48 49 about as cold
as it gets series of systems continue to move into the pacific northwest. any fog, there's still a little bit left down towards santa krizelman looks like it's pulling away from santa cruz capital. still down towards the monterey peninsula. you're heading down there. fire weather watches out . rightfully so the hills are turning. brown already turned brown from many north north breeze. there somewhere is it's a northwest. it's really not at the surface yet, but some a county airport has turned northerly and they've jumped to 61. so we'll go with that 92 today. oakland 76. there's not a northeast breeze in the oakland berkeley hills yet conquered will go from 85 to 93 in san jose 76 to 84. that's santa rosa is now north. so that has turned. that's 40 minutes older. fairfield conquered everyone else kind of favoring more of an onshore breeze. but it's not that strong. diablo's north middle peak is north mount vader's north, and after that, it's more of a west or west southwest. so we'll keep an eye on it. they will see if that does turn normally later tonight for many sixties for temperatures. not sure that's 71 in brentwood they get a north breeze, but fifties and sixties for manyonto
the pacific northwest and then dive now, instead of overalls like they did. couple of weeks ago. they're now moving into northeast california, also nevada that generates wind around the western side of it. so 60 seventies eighties and nineties inland, it does look cooler, though, so we head into the thursday friday, maybe a little bump up on those temps saturday. you guys thanks so much. steve may is national mental health month and coming up on mornings onto the nine. we're talking with an expert to shine a light on the struggles senior citizen space with depression. tesla cybertruck won't come out until sometime next year. we'll tell you why for so many. it's already too late
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.
shod deadly last night. police were investigating a shooting at the rancho del pueblo golf course. police say one man was shot at the park and sustain that life threatening injuries. they have confirmed now this morning that he died. no word yet on a motive, or any identified or anyone has been identified. who pulled the trigger person who was killed and three others injured in a shooting last night in east palo alto. police say a man who was shot in jack farrell park and died on the way to the hospital there to other victims took themselves to local firehouse. investigators believe it was a targeted attack. police are still looking for those involved. some of oakland's leaders want to redirect some of
the city's cannabis tax money to fund new programs. the city gets about $7.5 million every year in taxes from cannabis businesses. council members lauren taylor, trevor reid and noel gayo now say that money should go to an emerald new deal fund. it would fund social equity programs such as re entry services, mental health initiatives and affordable housing. we are here to directly address the impacts that they were on drugs and had especially considering that now there is a burgeoning industry that is creating significant wealth. in the same vein. that incarceration. and death. from the war on drugs was perpetuated. currently the annual cannabis tax revenue goes to oakland's general purpose fund. the justice department is suing las vegas casino mogul steve wynn, the federal government says when refused to officially register as an agent for the chinese government. despite being told four times
that he was required to do so by law. the legal action says when acted in the behalf or on behalf of the beijing when he met with then president donald trump in 2017, the lawsuit says when wanted the trump administration to turn over chinese nationals. who had been charged with corruption in china. it goes on to say when was lobbying for china because he wanted to protect his business interests in the chinese territory of macau. happening today, a ribbon cutting ceremony at san jose to celebrate the opening of a new hotel in downtown where sam liccardo will take part in the ceremony at the cigna by hilton hotel, which was formerly the fairmont hotel. it opened last month. it has 805 rooms and is the largest hotel in silicon valley. today's ribbon cutting is scheduled for four o'clock this afternoon. it's another selloff on wall street, with the dow dropping another 200 points in the last hour is watching those numbers in the newsroom. she's upstairs now back in studio with dollars and cents. you said this would happen, so at least we know it was coming. it was expected with all the news that came in, unfortunately
this morning and continues to come in job cuts, hiring freezes and disappointing earnings, all cutting into corporate profits. inflation. is at the center of all of it. federal reserve chairman jerome powell says the fed will continue to raise interest rates until there is clear evidence of inflation is falling, and that is certainly not happening right now. as that opening bell rang this morning, wall street was met with a disappointing earnings report from target. that followed walmart from yesterday. job cuts from netflix and a warning from the big tech stocks that the lockdowns in china continue to impact production that's taking prices up as we take a live look at the numbers. dow jones down 743 points now is down 500 in the last hour now two and a quarter percent. uh, amazon, apple qualcomm taking the nasdaq down this morning. it's down almost 3% as well. right now at this point, and the s and p 500 has dropped below 4000 down 100
points for the s and p 500. target's stock down 24% this morning after reporting a 52% drop in profits in the first quarter target blames the drop on customers buying fewer bigger ticket items, including furniture and exercise. equipment executives say they also needed to boost hourly pay rates to attract and keep workers and like walmarts quarterly report that was disappointing target says supply chain disruptions continue to cut into earnings tesla cybertruck is expected to start shipping by the end of the year. the company says it already has more orders for its electric pickup truck. then it can fulfill for the next three years supply chain issues. they're also limiting production. tesla will no longer accept orders in europe and asia. it is only taking reservations in north america. and a new robot is being used for custom paint jobs on cars. it shows what it looks like. here's the company pixel paint, the robot demonstrates. how can paint art cars? it has
1000 nozzles that track close to the car similar to an inkjet printer. engineers say it removes the need for masking materials and ensures all the pink goes on the car rather than spraying. around the area. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents, pam. thank you. a new day brings another new record high gas price. the average price in california is now $6.05 a gallon as of this morning, it will be higher when we fill up after our shifts are over, right paying about 35 cents more than we were a month ago, almost $2 more than we were a year ago. let's talk about what's happening in the bay area. san francisco was averaging $6.28 i know 6 28 this morning. san jose oakland are both right around 6 15. generally the cost of living in california is higher. the incomes are higher and basically , the oil companies will charge in accordance with people's ability to pay. so if there are many people whose ability to pay is higher in california, guess
what companies charge higher analysts say the high prices are likely last into the fall. and, of course, much depends on what's happening in ukraine doesn't make it feel right. just because you know $6 almost $7 a gallon when you're looking at it when you pull into the gas station when you're pumping gas. sometimes i only go halfway now because it's just so expensive. my gosh, all right time now for a look at the roads, people are using gas stop and go see if how the roads are doing with sal castaneda cell. yeah, i really do feel bad guys for people who have to travel long distances. you imagine what that gas bill is like every week every month. and i try to help you out. and maybe you can go at times when there's not a lot of idling to do. for example, right now at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's still a little bit slow. it's better than it was before, and if you can adjust that time, you'll get better gas mileage later on. we also want to warn you that you know, or tell you today that there's no warning tell you that there is not a baseball game today. the giants are not in town, but when they are in town, i try to let
you know because sometimes those afternoon commutes can be not that great. this is a look at the kind of general map things are beginning to settle down. we still have some slow traffic in oakland and hayward. things are getting better in the south bay commute. there's still some slowing on 85. it's kind of shifted closer to sunnyvale and cupertino, 8 52. let's bring steve in with today's weather. so you're saying getting on the bay bridge after a giant came? there's a little bit of a problem just to touch i wouldn't go for a pleasure drive between san francisco and oakland at four o'clock last time, i did that salad took about two hours, right? yes sir. all right. we do have clear skies, except for a teeny bit of fog down towards monterey. looks like that'll be persisting. they're probably disappear. but the concern now is the hills are brown. and any time we get a north wind now everything is dried out. april was, you know, we had a little bonus. there may have been cool, but we get a little jump off. there's already some signs of a northerly breeze, especially out to the valley, also, including solano county, maybe some of the higher elevations north and east bay hills will bump up santa
rosa 92 there wind has turned normally they're oakland. 76 93 congress, 84 in san jose. a north wind. mount diablo is about 34 last i saw, but there's not across the board north wind or northeast yet, but still you're seeing some fifties and sixties on the temps here, so we're we are running about 1 to 7 degrees warmer than yesterday. at this time. the reason being is that system moving into the north is going to dive into nevada and as it does that will give us we're on the western edge of it. we've seen this a million times. it seems like usually though, they're dry systems, and they happen in the fall september october. that's why we get that north northeast breeze. so i think the valley is really more the focus on around here, but it's close enough that you have to mention any time there's a breeze and everything is so dried out now. 60 seventies eighties nineties on the attempt this looks like the warmest day though we'll get a breeze but little cooler thursday into friday the weekend right now looks good. you guys steve. thank you. the fda is now authorized booster shots for children between the ages of five and 11 next year on the nine we're talking live with the leading voice in the covid
pandemic for more insight and what's happening to help the youngest americans. those are still can't even get a single covid vaccine. and potential relief in the baby formula shortage crisis may be coming soon to family is having a tough time congressional democrats offer their plan to fill those empty
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good care of them is what our country is about. in the closely divided senate. the new legislation would need the support of at least 10 republican lawmakers for it to go to the president for his signature. jose officials are held a groundbreaking there for a new wastewater treatment facility. the entire process will be done entirely indoors, replacing the huge ponds off zanker road in north san jose. well that contains were is worth of sewage there. the new indoor facility will speed up the process of sewage. the area being used right now will be restored to its natural landscape. and then allow us to restore that natural habitat. we have endangered burrowing owls in this area and other wildlife that could use it. officials say moving the process indoors should help cut down on some of the older from the wastewater plant, which can be detected miles away from the facility, depending on wind and other environmental conditions. contra costa county health officials report the first case of west nile virus this year, a dead crow found in brentwood tested positive for the virus,
which can be passed to humans. the county's vector control district, encouraging people to use insect repellents when they go outside and say to get rid of any standing water, including pit water dishes. and outside their homes as well. anything outside their homes, triple aces, more americans are ready to hit the road and enjoy long holiday weekend or summer vacation. the auto club is predicting 40 million americans will travel by car, bus, train or plane this upcoming memorial day weekend, even though inflation is pushing travel costs higher. tripoli says usually gas is no more than 15% of the families travel budget this year, experts say it's likely to hit 20% or more, depending on how far families going airfares are expected to keep rising as well. the average round trip in the united states hit $420 for the memorial day weekend. the world famous cannes film festival in france is now underway. the event is celebrating its 75th year, the festival is focusing on the russia ukraine war with a live video speech from ukrainian president vladimir zelensky. he called on a new generation of filmmakers to confront dictators
pointing to the way charlie chaplin satirized adolf hitler. president zelensky went on to say we need a new chaplain who will demonstrate that the cinema of our time is not silent again . the cannes film festival is now underway. these kinds of incidents are how white supremacists riot following a deadly shooting at a supermarket in buffalo, a growing call to fight back against racism. what the president says needs to happen to combat hate in our country. also ahead, protecting abortion rights ahead of what's expected to be a reversal of roe versus wade by the supreme court, the bay area city that's now the first in the state to declare itself a sanctuary city for women seeking abortions. plus. i think one of the most prominent issues for education in california today is the digital divide, which is the tech access gap between the rich and the poor. teachers and students in