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win away from another trip to the nba finals will break down the big moments from last night's win over the mavericks. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto there are worse ways to start a monday. true for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. welcome to monday. it's may 23rd and welcome to you great out there. so i'm already worried about three p.m. today. no no, steve. i was telling steve how nice it feels outside right now drop the sledgehammer on a warmer forecast. it's tomorrow, guys. that's three p.m. tomorrow. you better be concerned. all right. not too bad out there right now. forties for a few fifties, it won't take long to warm up here. my little haze around the edge there as the warmer temps, a loft building that attempts, bus a warmer monday. that's for surm
up lots of sun today, getting warmer, some mainly eighties inla around the bed. all right over to sell. it's seven o'clock in the morning. usually things pick up at this time. where do you want to begin? kevin harlan is one of the best the best. yes i mean, maybe we can get that guy to come in and call traffic and weather for us south through down the sledgehammer. let's get this sledgehammer. right. let's go out to the bay bridge toll plaza. and show you that right now at the toll plan, so it's about 10 to 15 minutes delay if maybe 15 if you're at the end, but it's moving along. okay, we we've been checking and the worst thing you want to see is a surprise or no surprises on the bridge. this is a look at interstate 80 in oakland. that looks good. it's getting a little bit crowded, though. south when we come back in just a few minutes, i'm going to take a look at that entire east bay commute and show you where the slowest spots are. but now it's 701. we have to get right back to the headlines. we are being told that i mean it now cal fire
will be updating its crews busy working the quail fire in vacaville. we have our own crew. they're working to talk with firefighters to bring you the latest on the fire. it started saturday afternoon. so here's the latest information we have. cal fire says it's about 90% contained. they expect the incident to be complete by the end of the day. that wind gave firefighters problems overnight . but they say they have enough progress made so that the wind won't be a problem today about 135 acres burned. the remaining hot spots are in the middle of that burn erin with wildfire season now well underway. there are new health concerns about wildfire smoke. canadian scientists found a link between wildfire smoke and two types of cancer. researchers say people living within 30 miles of wildfires were more likely to develop long cancer and brain tumors. their study followed two million people over a 20 year period. they say inhaling that smoke is a major problem because fires can create a toxic mix of
chemicals that linger. even people who live near bern zones can be affected years after a fire passes through 703 any minute now we expect new rulings from the u. s. supreme court. it is unclear if that case that was the subject of the leaked draft ruling that could overturn roe v . wade will be part of these announcements. the case. dobbs v . jackson women's health center out of mississippi is one of several the court has been considering. if that ruling is announced today, we will bring you live coverage here on mornings on two. alright, guys here times 703 investigators in santa rosa still searching for suspects after a 28 year old man was found shot dead while sitting in the driver's seat of his car. it happened early sunday morning in the neighborhood just off the 101 freeway across from the santa rosa de mv police say the victim was in the car with friends when another car rode up. alongside the words were exchanged. then a
shot was fired into the victim's car shooting victim died there at the scene. detectives are still trying to get a description of the suspect's car in a 25 $100 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. meantime oakland police are investigating what they're calling an unexplained death. a man's body was found friday night inside of a vehicle caught fire has happened on high street near brookdale park. there's no word yet on the victim's name new this morning fighter says it's three shot covid vaccine regimen for children under the age of five, provides strong protection against macron. the drugmaker put out new data this morning from its clinical trials, saying the shots were found to be 80% effective in preventing illness . fighter ceo says that third shot made a big difference. the company is submitting its new data about three about the three shot regimen to the fda with hopes it will be approved soon. the previous two dose plan had
been held up because it was not found to be effective against oh macron as much as this right now. children under the age of five are the only ones who can't yet get vaccinated against covid in this country now 705 new this morning at a news conference in tokyo, president biden said the united states would intervene militarily if china attacks taiwan. we support the one china policy. we report all all that we've done in the past. but that does not mean that does not mean that china has the ability has the excuse me. the jurisdiction to go in and use force to take over taiwan. president biden met with the japanese prime minister , and he announced a new trade deal with 12, indo pacific nations. day we made several commitments to further increase our bilateral cooperation. and to work together to ensure free and open end of pacific that creates opportunity and prosperity for all the people in the region fully committed
tomorrow. president biden meets in tokyo with leaders from the quad group it includes the united states, japan, australia and india. they were formed to counter china's increasingly aggressive behavior in that region. six here the golden state warriors, now hoping for four game sweep in the nba western conference finals, ktvu clouding wang in studio with the highlights claudine of last night's game three between the warriors and mavericks in dallas was a fun game to watch warriors defeated the dallas mavericks 109 to 100 last night. they did it on the road. and for the mavericks to come back from a 0 to 3 deficit tall order, so golden state now looking to close this out, dubs are just one win away from another trip to the nba championship series. now the game was another thrilling playoff performance for golden state's biggest star last night. we're talking about steph curry, leading the warriors in scoring with 31 points. highlight of the night, though, might have been andrew wiggins, who played a big role in that war is victory with 27 points and a dunk that we will
remember now when it comes to the postseason words, head coach steve kerr calls last night, one of the golden state's biggest victories yet this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage of your momentum. you can't let a team back in. and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. but they did. and steph curry says he's happy with how the team played against dallas. you got winning on the road, raising that excitement even more. it's a good feeling. to come on the road against a team that has been playing an amazing in this building like that's a big win. there's a lot that goes into making that happen and everybody stepping up and then contribute. and there you see the watch party was on because last night's playoff game was in dallas, and you have
thousands of members of dub nation trying to get in there to get a seat to celebrate the warriors big victory. that playoff watch party outside of the chase center, and it was packed people waiting in line trying to just get a space in there now. once again, golden state could sweep the series with the victory of the mavericks tomorrow night. in dallas in game four of this series got tipped off six pm our time we'll send it back to you, claudine. thank you. time now, 708. well, if you want to vote by mail and next month's california primary election today is the deadline the register to vote. now as long as you register by mail or online. today you'll get a ballot in time for the election. but if you missed the deadline, you can still vote. you'll just have to register in person at a vote center and fill out a ballot there. along with the federal primaries, statewide offices, like the governor's office are on the ballot, as well as local races like the san jose mayor's race and the vote on whether san
francisco district attorney budi should be recalled. 709 let's see what traffic is doing as we are approaching the height of the morning. commute south. that's right. we're looking at some of these freeways. i told you i'd look at here. highway four. first of all, we're going to go there. and you can see there's a bunch of slow traffic westbound highway four does have some slowing coming up on the way. debate point there was a crash with injuries westbound at bailey. that is off to the side. but still there's going to be some slow traffic there, and there's a lot of activity and if you're driving in from pittsburgh debate point, it's going to be slow. another thing i want to mention is that the bay bridge traffic is slow. it's also slow onto the actual bridge again. that one has nothing unusual on it. interstate 80 traffic looks all right. and if you talk about the south bay commute, it's still looking pretty good through that west valley 709. let's go back to the desk. thank you. two people are dead in san francisco. after a
pled ukrainian civilian in the head during the early days of the war . he testified he was following orders to shoot that man and told the court that an officer said the ukrainian man who was speaking on a cellphone could give information on their location to ukrainian forces. this is the first war crimes trial held since russia invaded russian forces continue to hit targets in eastern ukraine. russia has launched airstrikes on several towns in the donbass region, destroying buildings, killing and injuring civilians.t . you don't know there was an explosion. hear it ended. there is where the creditor is. all of this out. the world was gone. i cannot close the doors anymore. a fierce battle is underway for
ukraine's second largest city, her kiev, ukrainian forces have been able to push back russian troops, russian forces are regrouping on the outskirts of the city. time now. 7 14. north korea says it's covid outbreak is now slowing down so far, north korea's reported almost 2.5 million likely covid infections since the virus outbreak started late last month. at least 66 virus deaths from covid have been reported, but north korea's state run news agency says the number of new cases is now slowing down. north korea has an extremely low vaccination rate against covid. president biden is offered to send vaccines directly to north korea or through china to help north korea deal with that outbreak. health officials are investigating a potential case of monkeypox. if confirmed, it would be the second case in the united states. as possible infection in new york comes as the world health organization says it's identified about 80 cases globally and roughly 50 more suspected cases. working on
it hard. figure out what we do. and what. back seat of any may be available for it. but it is a concern in the sense that if it were to spread this consequential health officials in massachusetts confirmed the first case of monkeypox last week. the virus is rarely seen outside of africa. it can cause flu like symptoms. there are effective vaccines and treatments and most infected people recover in 2 to 4 weeks without requiring hospitalization. here is 7 15, california's department of mental health care, announces making an unscheduled review of character permanent a services is taking that action after complaints from members and providers about the lack of access to care. regulators say they will look at scheduling and levels of care available and also the monitoring of urgent appointments. kaiser officials say they believe in impartial review can help deal with challenges. mental health
community is dealing with kaiser . it's care providers and patients also, demand for mental health care has increased since the pandemic began happening today. larks berg may become the next day area city to extend its permits for restaurant park. let's today, the rut marks for city council will consider a measure that will allow many of the park. let's to remain open indefinitely was outdoor dining setups became very popular at the beginning of the pandemic, allowing many restaurants to stay in business during covid shutdowns. many customers now say they prefer dining outdoors , especially in the gorgeous spring and summer weather months . we have indeed 7 16 will count train service gets back on track today for train riders up and down the peninsula. the commuter rail system is getting back to its regular weekday service after running fewer trains are normal during the past three weeks. carl train crews have been electrifying the tracks. it's a project that's recently been taking place in burlingame and in san mateo, how trains in
the process of switching its fleet of trains from diesel to electric engines. 16. let's get you on the road, whether you rely on mass transit or it's two hands on the wheel cell. where do you think we need to start? we have to start on highway four again. garcia and dave how we? ford does have some slow traffic now and of course, it has been there for a while, they cleared an accident near bailey road or there. clearing it. it's been there for a while. but the traffic as you know, is already slow through this area, and then you'll see some slowing on 6 80 80 has some slow traffic as well. as you drive out to the bay bridge. you will see some slowing here waiting to get onto the span. now 8 80 traffic a little bit farther down. you will see that that traffic is getting a little slower in hayward and in union city. as you drive down towards fremont 7 17. let's bring steve in with today's well, thank you, sir. before we get to our weather, which will be sunny and warmer today, we want to mention if you missed it. earlier, the bodega bay bowie. by the way over the
weekend dropped to 46 degrees. it's now currently 47. but that 46 degree reading is very rare. the last time it happened was 2013. and before that, it only happened three other times going back to the 19 eighties. so our water temps are really cold. if you're out there for any reason , maybe sailing or visual, you know, it's been a cold pattern out once you get under the gang out over the gate. 88 napa today . san francisco 70 livermore to 88 in san jose from 81 yesterday to 83 today. conquered 86 yesterday will go with 90 today . then the warmest temple be on tuesday 96 still pretty warm on wednesday, but by thursday, probably upper seventies is the way it's looking. as our pattern continues to be able, get a couple of warm days and then poof like that it disappears. but it's all about warmer temps here, especially inland over the next couple of days, and, of course, fire danger increases when you get that northerly breeze. the red flag is not for us, but it does include parts of solano county county, mainly out
to the valley. i also unofficially mentioned eastern contra costa county because they can get anti act brentwood. out towards oakley. they can get that northerly breeze out there. they had it. last last friday. monday, sunshine, a warmer forecast little haze around the edges. warmer temps are building in a lot of that creates that inversion. it is getting warmer, though. no fog to be found. that's for sure. i think that 47 has gone from mill valley now, fifties and sixties 66 brentwood already santa rosa 62. there were some cool readings. still a couple of forties in the santa cruz mountains. but now we're seeing low to mid fifties, although san jose state meteorology department is out there with a 59 degree reading capital in santa cruz, both at 50. the coast is mainly clear the high bills in for a couple of days and we'll get knocked out of here. i'm showing the rain, snow forecast watch for the very, very end. right there doesn't mean we'll get rain, but it means a much cooler pattern towards the end of the month into early june, looks likely 60 seventies eighties some near 90. tomorrow is the hardest day.
we'll get some mid nineties, maybe a few upper nineties coast invasion start to downshift on wednesday than a big cool down thursday friday into what looks to be a windy weekend. steve thank you. students in one bay area school district are putting on their masks once again today , while the district in the east bank is bringing back its mask mandate hacia a terrifying scene in reading at the northern california rodeo. did you see that? no what happened when a board jumped into the stands over the weekend?
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aren't you? the most famous clock in the world is chiming once again after five years of extensive renovations, big ben is once again marking the time the effort to restore the clock tower and the clock itself. cost about $100 million. big ben's dials have been changed from black back to their original blue. the clock faces now illuminated by energy saving lights. during the renovation workers replaced 700 pieces of stone on the tower, and much of its masonry was repaired. time is 7 23 back here at home. six people were covering from injuries in red end after a bull jump into the stands at a rodeo. you're looking good. oh that always right cell phone video from friday night captured the chaos during the bull riding event. there goes the bull. it
jumped over a fence that have ran through a grandstand filled with spectators and then escaped from the arena. it was finally captured about a half mile away. were injured. rodeo fans are not seriously hurt. funeral services are scheduled for friday for a man killed in last week's church shooting in orange county. investigators say dr john chen was shot to death while trying to protect others. during the mass shooting at the geneva presbyterian church. five others were wounded by gunfire yesterday. dozens of parishioners attended sunday service at the church for the first time since the shooting. there is a sense of sorrow, sadness. a few of them have expressed anxiety. very nervous right now. just because of the level of anxiety we are dealing with an much more elderly population here, so quite nervous. investigators say the 68 year old accused shooter
david chow, was motivated by hate against taiwan when he opened fire inside the church in laguna woods. shooting happened as a group of mostly elderly parishioners gathered to celebrate a taiwanese pastors return from a mission trip in taiwan time is 7 25, the retired police officer who was shot and killed earlier this month in that mass shooting. in buffalo, new york at a supermarket has been awarded a college degree. canisius college is proud to confer upon aaron w. salter junior the degree of bachelor posthumously. canisius college awarded that communications degree to aaron salter junior over the weekend. salter was one course away from graduating from college. his son, aaron, salted the third. accepted that diploma on behalf of his late father. when they told me that they were going to do that for him, and they asked me if i wanted to do it. i said absolutely. they told me to think about it. i don't
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reac accidents, deadly crash and downtown san francisco will tell you what happened last night, right before a taxi, jumped onto a sidewalk and hit and killed, too pedestrian. lots of kids are getting infected end. lots of teachers are getting infected area school district is bringing back face mask requirements through the end of the school year. what health experts are
now saying about covid here in the bear. from ktvu fox two news . this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian. it's monday. may 23rd let's get you outdoors early morning is a great time to go to your grocery shopping dog walking etcetera steve paulson. absolutely because temps are on their way up youtube now tomorrow will be the hottest day for sure. where's that? where's that fog? where is that? i mean, we haven't been that bad, but people probably be asking that tomorrow and the next day when it's out there, but it's not over us. and if you're going to southern california they are socked in. so eventually this will work its way up here. but not today. and not tomorrow. we're fog free except a teeny bit down towards monterey bay. so warmer monday, lots of sunday. little hes getting warmer. today we'll start that process, and tomorrow will be the hottest day today seventies eighties to near 90 degrees sounds here now at 7 30 on a monday a bridge a freeway both
what i think we're going to do all of that, steve. first of all, let's start with highway for because people want to know things are getting a little more normal, which is to say it's going to be slow as you drive west over to concord, out of bait point and pittsburgh. we had a couple of earlier issues. and there's still causing a little slowing. six eighties slow through pleasant hill. westbound five. etienne's alright sat down 6 88 stone ridge just right near the mall exit there. there's a crash on the shoulder, but they may be blocking that right lane to get the emergency vehicles in 8 80 southbound, slow hayward to union city and at the bay bridge. we have a backup of about 10 to 15 minutes. 7 31. let's get back to the headlines . thank you. san francisco police are investigating the cause of a deadly crash in which a taxi jumped a sidewalk and hit several pedestrians. has happened at third admission near the yerba buena center for the arts yesterday afternoon are immigrants is near the intersection with details this morning. good morning, emma.
morning ghazni a. if you take a look behind me, you can still see where the caution tape is up around the part of the sidewalk where the taxi ended up. this is a very busy intersection and at times a dangerous intersection for pedestrians. the san francisco district six supervisor matt dorsey said. vehicle collisions are an all too frequent problem around here that the city is actively working to bring down san francisco has an ambitious plan called vision zero to reduce to zero traffic fatalities. but this is a neighborhood where there's highways going through and off ramps and on ramps to highways and people get onto city streets. um and sometimes we go too fast again. i don't know if that was the case here. police saying yesterday the taxi collided with a mercedes before it ended up on the sidewalk to women were pinned underneath the taxi and pronounced dead at the scene. the taxi driver and a male pedestrian were taken to the hospital and the driver of
the mercedes state of the scene. police have not yet released the names of the two women who were killed san francisco police departments traffic collision investigative unit is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash. the san francisco medical examiner's office has also opened an investigation. reporting live in san francisco dos ktvu, fox two news. emma thank you. cal fire just wrapped up. it's morning briefing on the quail fire, which is burning up in the north bay. ktvu is james torres is near vacaville. now you just talked to cal fire. what are they saying about the conditions and the firefight today, james. yeah gaussian, dave o. for the most part. it's all good news. they did have a briefing that started just at the top of the hour at seven o'clock this morning, and it was pretty short because it wasn't really much to talk about here. it seems like they have a pretty tight grip now on this quail fire and you can see the dry conditions behind me here. of course, that is a relief to hear for nationals, the firefighters but for the folks that live
nearby because he's dry conditions. are really just such a inducing fuel for some of these fires that can rage on really quickly. let's show you some video of what we have been seeing over the last 24 hours. and so of what? not just what these conditions have looked like. but what some of the smoke that the qualifier has produced as well. we know it's burned about a little more than 135 acres here as of as of last evening, and fire commanders tell me this morning that that hasn't really changed all that much. the fire has not grown very much at all. they've gotten a better hold on it before. as of last night, they were reporting an 80% containment that's jumped up to 90% this morning. they say cruise overnight. have really made an incredible amount of progress, which is difficult to say, too because last night they had a ton of wind. i was feeling some hot spots that was making that fire burned in places that it's already burned before. luckily they were able to strengthen some of those containment lines , so they did not need to worry about it growing any further or burning, uh, but fire expanding out anymore than it already has. so as of this morning, they say some of those hot spots have now run cold. there's still a little bit of fire in the deep middle
of the burn scar here, but they say that should be put out in any minute now. they're expecting this incident to call it a case closed by the end of today. of course, we do have that red flag warning that goes into effect. starting at 11 this morning. they're worried about gas reaching up to about 35 miles an hour that can easily refuel a lot of these hotspots. you can easily make that fire grow a little larger, but firefighters i spoke to this morning say that they think cruz made enough progress overnight that they don't think that will be much of a concern for throughout the later part of today. of course, that's going to keep their eyes on. and once we have more updates, we'll bring the bring them to you. but the most important thing to know as of now. great news. great work from firefighters 90% contained here that quail fire and they expect it to be all done and put out by the end of today. well, like this morning in vacaville, i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you for that update time 7 35 happening today, the man charged with shooting and killing a uc berkeley student back in 2020.
is due to explain why he allegedly did it. tony walker recently entered a no contest plea to voluntary manslaughter charges in the shooting of cows. students, seth smith walker was arrested back in 2020 for the shooting, but it wasn't clear what the motive was. well now, according to berkeley side, walker will make a formal statement today in court to explain what happened as part of his plea deal. almost one year after comedian bill cosby was released from prison. another case accusing him of assault is a headed to trial. cosby is facing civil charges. this time a woman named judy, who accuses him of groping her at the playboy mansion when she was 16. she followed the case in 2014. it was put on hold while cosby faced criminal rape charges in pennsylvania. he was found guilty, but a court later overturned the conviction because of an agreement made between cosby and a previous prosecutor. jury selection and huth's case is scheduled to start this week, possibly as early as today. opening
arguments are set for june. 1st time is now 7 36, a major loss for the biden administration. this morning. a judge has blocked the white house plans to lift title 42. it's a trump error. water prevented migrants from seeking asylum here in the us it was due to expire today with border states filed lawsuits, fearing that removing it would lead to an influx of migrants now because of the court ruling, it will stay in effect. the justice department says it will appeal that court decision this morning students, educators and staff in the berkeley unified school district have to mask up and indoor settings again. district leaders say the requirement comes out of concern about the recent jump in the number of covid cases on campus. the increase in the number of teachers being infected with covid and a shortage of substitute teachers means some administrators are back in the classroom now, so schools can stay open. when you see berkley public health professor calls masking a small
but important step to help finish out the school year. teachers can't come out and teach the classes obviously can't meet. and if the kids are sick, um they're not. they're gonna be missing school, so we need to be doing everything we can right now to keep the schools open and safe. the renewed mandate is expected to stay in place until the end of the school year. june 12th guys your time 7 38. we're going right back to south. there are things happening in our monday morning commute and sound knows everything he's right here. yeah i tried. i tried to dave. gotcha good morning to you. we are looking at the toll plaza. because a lot of people obviously they want to know. okay this is what it's like. this is what my day is going to be like getting into san francisco will let you know. that there is a baseball game, but it's at night, so it won't be a daytime game. uh and that will make it easier for people who go into the city during the day. this is a look at interstate 80 in oakland. you can see it's starting to slow
down past the coliseum heading into the downtown area, and here is san jose, also some slow traffic. so let's dive a little deeper. shall we look highway four still some slowing six eighties? alright and i do want to mention that westbound 5 80 is slow through a liver more pleasant and getting over the castro valley. 7 39. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. we're all set for a warm up here. there's no fog to be found locally. there's a ton to the west and a lot down in southern california, but only a patrick too. 10 around monterey , so it's not playing into our weather, but warmer temperature napa from 8 88 today the city up to 70 livermore up 3 to 88 in san jose, from 81 to 83 warmer temps kick in tomorrow. conquered today will go with 90 after 86 yesterday. tomorrow will be the hot one. though 96 could see some 97 98 is not far away still pretty warm to hot on wednesday than a big drop will take us in probably in the upper seventies on thursday. red flag is out mainly to the valley again. northern sacramento
valley also parts of solano county. unofficially i add parts of eastern contra costa county because they can get that northerly breeze. we saw that last friday as well. santa rosa has a north wind. and after that , not much of anything fairfield west southwest conquered south oakland west southwest, so it's only isolated for now, but expected to pick up a little later in the city. west southwest northwest, southwest south 51 53 54 56, so mid fifties here went 70 for the high as you saw, but no fog 60 seventies eighties to near 90 today, lots of sunshine little haze layer out there right now. nice at the coastal breeze will pick up mainly, though concerns would be for the areas to the north and also the east. fifties and sixties on attempts already8 59 conquered. 55 h 5 san carlos did make it to in palo an menlo park. there were 48 for a little but they don't last very long. the high building in for a couple of days, so a couple of warm days, and then after that, that's been the pattern of you
know, since april, we get a couple warm days and just like that, it kicks out. as a series of systems continue to move into the north, which opens that door to the sea breeze. but today and tomorrow it's all about warmer temps, rain and snow forecast really well, not to the very end. i don't think we'll get any rain out of it, but i do think we'll see a big drop in the temps. cool pattern ending may and going into early june is the way it looks. 60 seventies eighties to near 90 today, tomorrow will be the hot one. and then we'll still be a little warm on wednesday. then i dropped big time on thursday and friday. you guys alright? thief time 7 41 taking a step back from student loans, the new efforts by the university of california to help students graduate without hope student debt. let's swing back out to our newsroom. now say good morning again to claudine wong is you're looking ahead to the next hour of mornings on two. well good morning to you, garcia. good morning to you, dave. heartbreak in the bear is cycling community what investigators believe may have led to the murder of a san francisco woman. this morning. the prime suspect is still on the run. and when you join us on
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of n half a million baby bottles has arrived in the united states from germany. the air force plane landed in indianapolis, the first of several flights from europe. president biden authorized the use of military planes for the effort called operation fly formula because no commercial flights were available. the agriculture secretary, tom vilsack was on hand as the formula was offloaded from an air force cargo plane. it would take approximately two weeks for the normal commercial process to work as a result of the united states military's involvement. we're going to get this here in a matter of days. and a matter of days means a lot to the moms and dads who are worried. the current shortage was brought on after the nation's largest formula manufacturing plant was forced to shut down in february due to safety concerns. it is said to be back up and running this week. it could take up to two months, though for the formula from that plant to reach store shelves. alright our time is 7 45 old wall street. it's a
big rally afterwards. huge selloff. redwood city based electronic arts is reportedly considering a big move. final cook is back inside the studio with dollars and cents. yes, good morning again this morning . electronic arts stock up about 2% on news that it is reportedly looking for a buyer or a merger partner. disney apple and amazon are listed as possible. interested parties. when that opening bell rang this morning, the index is headed higher as investors wonder is the markets have hit bottom? we've certainly seen some big drops. wall street recorded seven straight weeks of losses. but as we take a live look at the markets this morning , huge gains so far, we'll see what happens in the next hour or two if they can hold, but the dow jones up 1.5. 474 points there s and p 500 up more than 1% to 39 46, the nasdaq gaining about a half of a percent, helping things out. two big names in silicon valley could
become one. san jose based chipmaker. broadcom is in talks to buy palo alto based cloud company vm ware that stock up about 19. the discussions are still reportedly ongoing, but it would be one of the biggest acquisitions in the tech industry. vm ware valued at more than $45 billion this morning, broadcom tried to buy qualcomm back in 2018 that fell through after resistance from the trump administration. the white house is reportedly considering an emergency declaration that would allow president biden to release diesel fuel from a stockpile to address a major supply crunch. diesel from a year ago. the concern is that since diesel is used to power, the trucks, trains and boats that move goods across the country, skyrocketing diesel prices will likely be passed on to families, adding to the already high inflation rates and the university of california board of regions trying to take steps to help students graduate
without it without having to take out loans. university officials say about half the students from california now oh, nearly $19,000 in student loans when they graduate. there are no specific plans on how to help but the state is working to find part time work opportunities. for low income students. the regions have set a goal that undergraduates earn their degrees without taking on any loans by the year. 2030 pam cook , that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you. time. 7 48 report of oakland reports a big drop in its cargo operations so far this year, a new report shows. total cargo volume dropped 7. between january and april of this year compared to the same time a year ago. last month alone, imports fell. 17% exports dropped 18% officials at the drop is mainly due to recent covid crackdowns in china, where the factories and ports were shut down to reduce the spread.
of the virus for us, 7 40. let's not skip ahead in our can't crucial hour really? when it comes to traffic sell, it sure is. this is pretty much the heart of the commute seven o'clock hour. and things are beginning to improve on some, but some of these other commuters still slow. 8 80 is slow, let's say from san leandro down to union city and 6 80. we had a crash at stoneridge but also 6 80 is slow after that, as you head down the pleasant said, we haven't talked a lot about the silicon valley commute. it's pretty tough, typical north 85 north 17 and northbound 8 80 year old pretty typical for this time of the morning to 80 does have a little bit of slow traffic there as you drive through. let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza. i want to mention the traffic here is backed up. getting into san francisco. typical hasn't started improving it. if i showed to you at 8 15 or 8 30, it might look a little different. 7 49. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you kind, sir.
it's all about sunshine and warmer temps. after a nice weekend, temps will bump up for a few days and then come right back down. is a huge fog bank in southern california. if you're going down there, l a and san diego are both socked in. but today we're focusing on warmer temps here. napa san francisco livermore san jose 88 70 88 83. posed to be my forecasts. high temperatures. yes i do. my own red flag is out mainly to the valley. it is covered by also parts of solano county. not all of it. fairfield, vacaville. i also do mention just f y i parts of eastern contra costa county. that would be a different that would be the weather service of moderate issue that, but they get that northerly breeze there and they had it last friday for sure. hasn't really kicked in yet. santa rosa has a light north wind, but that's it so far , now up in the hills. there's already a north wind, but we're waiting for later tonight into tomorrow. the city though, is really i mean, it's just west southwest, northwest southwest south. so there's no north northeast there, and wind speeds are very light all in the
fifties 51 to 56 on the temp, so 60 seventies by the water today , eighties and you're 90. for some, there is a little bit of a heyzer now around the edge. you get that get that warmer air loft that creates what we call the inversion the cap that traps everything. fifties on the temps here or sixties, brown's already 68 so probably well on their way to about 92 today, the high building in you can see it there to the west. it will deflect everything for a couple of days. but series of systems continue to move into the pacific northwest that knocks the high down that opens the door to cooler pattern. there's signs of that coming in thursday and again at the end of the month into early june, so i don't think the patterns changing all that much, even though you know the jet stream's lifting north and our days are getting longer. they're getting warmer at least today and tomorrow for those away from the coast warm to hide on tuesday, still pretty warm inland wednesday, but i think a big cool down there on tap for thursday, taking us into what looks to be windy and cooler weekend. right steve. thank you. little wildfire season is always here and now there's new health concerns about the smoke becomes with wildfires, while
gone off the side of a cliff. several ambulances are there. reportedly at least one person is in critical condition. we're going to keep an eye on this story and bring you updates right here on mornings onto and southern california police are searching for suspects in to smash and grab jewelry store robberies. look at this first happened in huntingdon beach for people went into the princess bride store started breaking display cases. three employees attacked the suspects, including one who used a chair as a weapon. no injuries are reported stored. officials aren't saying how much was stolen. and there was another robbery about an hour later in nearby santa ana for thieves stole $7000 worth of merchandise. police haven't said. yet if these two cases may be related at 7 55, a group of volunteers in san francisco began the first phase of what will be the installation of the pink triangle. they cleaned up
the area. they took out all the litter at twin peaks. this is the 27th year, the pink triangle will be installed in san francisco. the pink triangle was used by the and concentration camps to identify homosexual prisoners was in the 19 seventies. it's been embraced by the gay community as a symbol of pride. we want people driving by on the freeways to wonder what it is and to be curious and look it up. and at night it will be lit up as well. now tomorrow, the volunteers will set up the infrastructure for the giant display, including the poles and cables, tension straps with the lights and pink streamers is due to be lit next wednesday at the beginning of pride month. well people in san francisco also gathered in the castro celebrating the birthday of harvey milk, friends and colleagues of harvey milk gathered with local political leaders. for yesterday's celebration. harvey milk was assassinated 44 years ago, one
year after becoming the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in california. in 1973 when harvey milk grand for supervisor in this district, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the american psychological association. there are so many traditions and activism that we've talked about standing on the shoulders of giants. in our community. let's never forget how brave those giants workforces, and that's. and the group also showed off some of the new designs for harvey milk plaza in the castro. time to 7 57. the san francisco giants tonight will be hosting the new york mets giants had a rough game yesterday they lost 10 to 1 to the san diego padres . it seemed like if it could go wrong it did for the giants. padres had 17 hits. the giants
only had four. tonight's game against the mets starts at 6:40 p.m. at the oakland a's are in seattle. they will play the mariners today and, like the giants had a rough game yesterday only had four hits, and they lost 4 to 1 to the angels. the a's pitching could not stop. the angels dynamic duo mike trout and shohei otani. bald headed home runs for the angels. the a's are in last place in the american league west after that loss, tonight's game against the mariners starts at 6:40 p.m. well golfer justin thomas is the man he's the top golfer this morning after one of the most amazing comebacks on the course. he started the day, seven strokes behind the leader, yesterday's pga championship at southern hills golf course and tulsa. then he started thinking pot after pot after pot like that, until he was one stroke behind meto pereira on the final
hole. herrera made a double bogey after his ball ended up in the water. thomas defeated wills alatorre three whole playoffs. i wasn't looking at leaderboards today. i was just trying to play golf kind of goes back to what i said on thursday of just not trying to play golf swing, not trying to play. you know the field, not trying to play to a certain person, religious trying to execute each shot. um as well as i could, and then wherever it ended up you know, just give my club the bones and let's move on and try to do the best we can in the next one. well you did it. thomas earned this beautiful trophy and $2.7 million from his victory yesterday. the next pga tour event starts thursday. colonial country club in fort worth, texas. we can be up to 20 to 25 aircraft flying in and out of here. another day of windy conditions and high fire danger, the latest on the progress firefighters are making on a
fire that broke out in the north bay over the weekend, plus are you willing to get involved militarily to defend taiwan? if it comes to that, yes. that's the commitment we made. a strong warning from the president during his trip to asia. what are you saying about china and taiwan and what the white house is already doing an effort to clarify his position? plus defends, snaps it outside the wiggins by bullets. i could watch that again and again. warriors just one win away from another trip to the nba finals. we're breaking down the big moment in last night's win over the mavericks. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto and good morning to you. welcome mornings onto i'm claudine wong . good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it's monday may 23rd sunshine behind us on the oakland estuary. for those who haven't used their a c yet all this year. tomorrow might be the day steve might be. i agree with
that. you two. it's going to warm up tomorrow will be the warmest day for sure. we're getting a little bit of that already today. not bad this morning, forties and fifties, but fog is out to sea or down in southern california. it's not here should be back, if not wednesday, for sure, on thursday, but everything is pointing towards warm up today. it will be warmer monday. i mean, not not crazy hot, but they'll get some upgrades low nineties inland. the lazy getting warmer lots of sun today. tomorrow is the main day, though, as temperatures inland will really bump up into the mid nineties but seventies eighties and nineties today now he's going to drop the sledgehammer on traffic. mr sal castaneda goodness is going to be called a foul. but then it will be taken back. steve. thank you for the good ones sound alright? good morning, everyone. let's go out and take a look at the community here at the bay bridge. it is backed up all the way out to about the over crossing. it is getting a little better, though. as the morning wears on, we've seen improvement. on part of highway four, although it's still slow through that general area and 60 80, but we are
seeing just a little better. it's not quite back up as far along into pittsburgh as it was we have another update in just a few one. let's get right back to the headlines happening today. a new red flag warning will be issued in solano county. it'll affect vacaville, which is already dealing with an active wildfire. despite that, ktvu james torres just got some optimistic updates from firefighters. he's live now to bring us that. hi, james. hi. good morning to you, garcia. well with that red flag warning. we're concerned about some of the wind that's going to pick up a little later this afternoon. the wind of the combination of some of the dry conditions. the dry hills we see here, that's a formula for disaster. when you think of a wildfire, especially one that is actively burning right here in this area. that's the quail fire, but cal fire says they expect to have that totally dealt with by the end of the day today. as of this morning that fire is about 90% contained. crews say the fire burned about 100 and 30 acres. so far, it's likely not going to grow more than that. firefighters overnight made a huge amount of progress and strengthening containment lines
and keeping hot spots from reigniting while they do have a tight grip on the fire, they say there were some challenges. the wind picked up. i think something's flared up like like i said, deep interior, though nothing, nothing posed a threat to the perimeter of the fire. but they didn't have to put a little bit of work in. so, um yeah, they did. well. that red flag warning will go into effect starting at 11 o'clock this morning. that's expected to last until tomorrow evening. fire crews say they don't expect the heavy winds to be that much of a problem. they made that much progress last night. now the fire is in its final stages. as far as what started the coil fire. some people we've spoken to who lived nearby say they speculate that a running lawnmower may have been the cause. but cal fire has not confirmed that. and they say that it cause is still very much under investigation. of course. once we have that information, we will bring it to you and update you for now. we're live this morning near vacaville. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. posed wildfire season well
underway. there are new health concerns about wildfire smoke, canadian scientists found a link between wildfire smoke and two types of cancer. researchers say people living within 30 miles of wildfires were more likely to develop lung cancer and brain tumors. their study followed two million people during a 20 year period. and they say inhaling smoke is a major problem. fires can create a toxic mix of chemicals that linger and people who live near bern zones can be affected even years after a fire has happened. and investigators in santa rosa are searching for suspects after a 28 year old man was shot and killed in his car. it happened early sunday morning in a neighborhood just off the 101 freeway across from the santa rosa dmv. police say the victim was sitting in the driver's seat of his car with friends when another car drove up alongside them. they say words were exchanged and then a shot was fired into the victim's car. he was pronoun scene. detel trying to get a description of the suspect's car. a 25 $100 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest. in oakland. police are
investigating what they're calling an unexplained death. a man's body was found on friday night inside of a vehicle that caught fire that happened on high street near brookdale park. no word yet on the victim's identity. federal officials are looking for a yoga teacher who is accused of killing a professional cyclist from san francisco 25 maria wilson was shot to shot to death while she was staying at a friend's home in austin, preparing for a race there. a tipster told police that a yoga teacher named caitlin armstrong suspected her boyfriend might be having an affair with wilson and threatened to kill her. armstrong was interviewed by police released and disappeared . wilson's fellow cyclists say they're devastated. it's so incredibly painful for such a tight knit community and people you've graced with celebrated with no written so many miles with to be faced with this horrific tragedy, and really. my
reaction is just pain and hurt. breaking. armstrong may have been tracking wilson through a fitness app. new this morning fighter says it's three shots. covid vaccine regimen for children under the age of five, provides strong protection against macron. this morning, the drugmaker released new data from its clinical trials, saying the shots were 80% effective at preventing illness. visor ceo saying that they're shot made a big difference in efficacy. the company is submitting its new data about the three shot regimen to the fda with the hopes that it will be approved soon. its previous two shot plan had been held up because it was not as effective against macron. right now. children under five are the only ones who can't get vaccinated in the us this morning. at a news conference in tokyo, president biden said the us would intervene militarily. if china attacked taiwan support the one china policy report all all that we've done in the past, but that does not mean that does
not mean that china has the ability has the excuse me. the jurisdiction to go in and use force to take over taiwan. earlier today, the president met with the japanese prime minister and announced a new trade deal with 12, indo pacific nations. hey we made several commitments to further increase our bilateral cooperation.work toged open and, uh, pacific that creates opportunity and prosperity for all the people in the region tomorrow, president biden will meet in tokyo with leaders from the quad group, which includes the united states, japan, australia and india. the group was formed to counter china's increasingly aggressive behavior in the region. the golden state warriors are now just one win away from heading back to the nba finals. last night, the words defeated the dallas mavericks on the road, 109 to 100 to take that three games to none lead in the western conference final step curry leading the warriors in scoring
with 31 points. and andrew wiggins. there he goes to the net at 27 points in golden state's victory warriors had coach steve kerr calls the win one of the world's biggest victories yet in the postseason. this was the one we felt like we had to get. you know, um coming here up to oh, you've got to take advantage of your momentum. you can't let a team back in. and we know how good dallas is. so i'm just really proud of the way our guys played tonight and competed and got the job done. well golden state can now sweep that series with a victory over the mavericks in game four, which is tomorrow night in dallas. and let's talk watch party because thousands of members of dub nation celebrated the warriors big victory at the latest watch party that was outside of san francisco's chase center. and while last night's game was played in dallas fans were invited there to watch that game outside of the home arena. so that game was on the big screen. it was a jumbo screens.
you've been out there to thrive city you can see it measures more than 3000 square feet. it was an amazing experience. i love it. go warriors. i just hope you know, we sweep sweep sweep. miami heat will see you in the finals. feeling of world champs, they're gonna do it again. well if you're looking going, i want to go. there's gonna be another one. another warrior watch party will be held outside chase center tomorrow for game four. gates will open at 4 30 in the afternoon and i'd get there early. today is the deadline of registered to vote if you want to vote by mail and next month's california primary , as long as you register by mail or online today, you'll get a ballot in time for the election. if you missed the deadline, you can still vote. you'll just have to register in person and to vote center and fill out the ballot there. along with the federal primary statewide offices, such as the governor's office are on the ballot, as well as local races such as the san jose mayor's race and the vote on whether to recall san francisco's district attorney. all right. time. now
is eight. oh, nine. let's talk about the roads on this monday morning as people speaking a little bit of time to maybe get into work on a little bit later, hoping it's a little smoother. oh yeah, well, there's it's quiet in the it's very loud in the newsroom here. just gonna say it's actually nice to hear people again. it is. yeah. you know what? i don't think that they planned for that that i was here alone for two years. good morning. let's go out and take a look at highway four. you can see the traffic is going to be busy. if you are driving. put it up for you. it is going to be slow. 6 80 is slow from pleasant hill to walnut creek, but you can see that things are beginning to improve. 8 80 is slowing down as you pass the coliseum and you will see the traffic at the toll plaza. in fact, that could bring it up here is still slow. it is backed up, but it's getting better as you drive into san francisco. if you want to wait another 15 20 minutes and might even improve. beyond that. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk, sal. thank
any1 year old russian soldier to life in prison for the killing of the ukrainian civilian that russian soldier pleaded guilty to shooting the civilian in the head during the early days of the war and testified. that he was following orders to shoot that man. he told the court that an officer said that ukrainian man who was speaking on a cellphone could be giving their information of their location to ukrainian forces. this is the first war crimes trial held since russia's invasion. russian forces continued to hit targets in eastern ukraine. russia has launched airstrikes on several towns in the donbass region, destroying buildings and killing and injuring civilians. one man talked about an airstrike on his town. it's not. you don't know there was an explosion. there is where the creditor is. all of this out. the world was gone,
cannot close the doors anymore. a fierce battle is underway for ukraine's second largest city heart kiev, ukrainian forces have been able to push back russian troops, russian forces are regrouping in the outskirts of the city. north korea says it's covid-19 outbreak is now slowing down. so far, north korea has reported almost 2.5 million likely coronavirus infections since the virus outbreak started late last month . at least 66 virus deaths from covid 19 have been reported. but north korea's state run news agency says the number of new cases is now going down. north korea has an extremely low vaccination rate against the coronavirus. president biden has offered to send vaccines directly to north korea or china to help the country deal with the outbreak. new york health officials are investigating a potential case of monkpo. if confirmed, it would be the second case in the united states. the possible infection in new york, comes as the world health organization has identified about 80 cases globally and roughly 50 more suspected cases. working on it hard. figure out what we do and
what back seat of any may be available for it. but it is a concern in the sense that if it were to spread this consequential health officials in massachusetts confirmed the first case of monkeypox in the united states last week. the virus is rarely seen outside of africa. it can cause flu like symptoms. there are effective vaccines and treatments and most infected people recover in 2 to 4 weeks without requiring hospitalization, the state's department of mental health care announced that it is making an unscheduled review of kaiser permanente services. it is taking that step after complaints from members and providers about the lack of access to care regulators say they will bere available and monitoring urgent appointments. kaiser officials say they believe in impartial review can help address the mental health challenges that the community is facing. kaiser it's care providers and patients also, demand for mental health care has increased since the start of the pandemic happening
today, larkspur may become the next bay area city to extend its permits for restaurant park. let's today, larkspur city council will consider a measure that would allow many of those park let's to remain open indefinitely after dining setups became very popular in the beginning of the pandemic, allowing many restaurants to stay in business during covid shutdowns. many customers said they now prefer dining outside, especially when the spring and summer weather is so beautiful. caltrain service gets back on track today for train riders up and down the peninsula. the commuter rail system is returning to its regular weekday service after running fewer trains and normal during the past three weeks. kathleen crews have been working to electrify the tracks in a project that has recently been taking place in berlin game and in san mateo. caltrain is in the process of switching its fleet of trains from diesel to electric engines . all right, let's get you out the door 8 17 caltrain, bart. two hands on the wheel. where do we start? sal? alright well, things are doing okay. as a matter of fact, i'm looking at some of these commutes and let me go ahead and put my i f back in because it might be helpful
if i could hear, but you can see the bay bridge toll plaza. here it looks pretty good. i don't see anything wrong with the commute. but it is crowded all the way across again. you shouldn't worry about that. this is your typical commute. let's talk about that east bay commute westbound highway for most of the slow traffic has gone. there's some and you can see it here, but it is getting a little bit better as the morning wears on. likewise for 6 80 let's talk about 8 80, though we're getting back that pre pandemic slowdown we used to have on 8 80 back in the day in 2019 is just slows down past the coliseum and stay slow all the way up to downtown. well, some of that's coming back. i wouldn't say it's 100% back, but you can see for yourself. there is some development of that back up in the last few weeks. 8 18. let's bring steve back in with today's war forecast. that is correct. sal castaneda a was a nice weekend. as you know, the attempts are bumping up here today. so far. only about 1 to 5 degrees tomorrow is really the one hot day so again, we're not
focusing on today. it was worth tuesday's. the main had to think wednesday. coast and bake cool down but inland temps today and tomorrow they begin their move, and not only will there be warm to hot inland fire concerns also increases northerly breeze kicks in later this evening, although it looks to be more confined north and east. napa at 88 san francisco to 70 88. livermore forecast high in san jose 81 yesterday we'll go 83 today conquered though hit 86 yesterday we'll go 90 today a soft 90 tomorrow, though, 96 that'll be the how and wednesday could be rap about the same gonna be a little cooler, big drop on thursday, probably upper seventies to very low eighties as the sea breeze really kicks in. that won't be until late wednesday, thursday that red flag is out to the valley includes parts of solano county . i also unofficially include parts of eastern contra costa county because they can get that northerly breeze were other areas just to the west don't have much of a breeze at all. sunday sunshine hayes's guys breeze later getting warmer. we'll see some eighties to near
90 on those temps already sixties for many years, 61 in the city center ville 61 nevado 60 to santa rosa 66. and you can see there are a slew of sixties they're going from saas alito mill valley. ross nevado, petaluma park, windsor, sebastopol, healdsburg. even sonoma napa in there, so i said thermal. almost here. everyone's warming up is the high builds in any rain and snow. it's probably a wish forecast to get any rain in here. although the forecast does indicate maybe a little into the month early june, this is more likely a cooler and windy pattern to end may and go into early june is the way it's looking 60 seventies eighties nineties today temperatures, though, will continue to bump up tomorrow. i coast in bay should start to drop wednesday. everyone calls down thursday. end of friday. you guys steve. thank you. students and wendy space school districts still have to put their masks on again today by the district is struggling to keep enough teachers in the classroom and the other changes that are now in effect until the end of the school year and a terrifying scene at in northern california
styles have been changed from black back to their original blue, the clock faces now illuminated by energy saving lights. during the renovation workers replaced 700 pieces of stone on the tower. much of its masonry was repaired. six people are recovering from injuries and reading after bull jumped into the stands at a rodeo. oh, you're looking at cell phone video from friday night that captured the chaos during this bull riding event that bull as you can see there jumped over the fence, and it ran through the grandstands, which was filled with spectators before it escaped from the arena. the ball was finally captured about a half mile away. rodeo fans injuries are not considered serious. funeral services are set for friday for a man killed during last week's church shooting in orange county. investigators say dr john chen was shot to death while trying to protect others during a mass shooting at the geneva presbyterian church. five others were wounded in the gunfire. yesterday dozens of parishioners
attended sunday services at that church. for the first time since the shooting. there is a sense of sorrow, sadness. a few of them have expressed anxiety. very nervous right now. just because of the level of anxiety we are dealing with an much more elderly population here, so quite nervous. investigators say the 68 year old accused shooter david chow, was motivated by hatred against taiwan when he opened fire inside that church in laguna woods. the shooting happened as a group of mostly elderly parishioners gathered to celebrate a taiwanese pastors return from a mission trip in taiwan. the retired police officer who was shot and killed earlier this month in the mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket has been awarded a college degree college is proud to confer upon aaron w. salter junior the degree of bachelor bug posthumously. tenacious college awarded that communications degree to errands
. also junior over the weekend, salter was one course away from graduating. his son, aaron salter, the third accepted the diploma on behalf of his father. when they told me that they were going to do that for him, and they asked me if i wanted to do it. i said absolutely. they told me to think about ourselves. i don't want to think about it. i'm going to do it because i know that would make him happy. the president of the college of sultans career as a police officer and his bravery during the shooting more than made up for that one course he needed for his degree. salter had been working as a security guard at that supermarket. now wait. 26. we could get new information in the case of a uc berkeley student killed while out for a walk with the person accused of pulling the trigger is set to do in court today. that should help explain what happened. and a federal judge puts a pause on the biden administration's plan to change policies at the southern border. why rules about migrants and refugees are s
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trah in downtown san francisco what happened yesterday, right before a taxi jumped onto the sidewalk and hit and killed two pedestrians. then kids are getting infected end. lots of teachers are getting infected. so when he space school district is bringing back face mask mandates indoors for the rest of the school year. what else is changing there in an effort to keep students and teachers in the classroom? from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto and welcome back. i'm
gasia mikaelian and i'm claudine wong. it is monday. may 23rd let's talk about our weather because this week it will be hard to ignore. the temperature steve. i mean, there's warm and then there's hot and what's going on? and certainly some are knocking on our door. mean like that? come on in. come on in banging. i think by thursday you too, will be like, oh, my gosh, it's cold out there, right? alright. the fog is offshore unless you're up in eureka, crescent city or down in los angeles and san diego or it's socked in. but for us, i mean the water. temps are so cold eventually will get there, but there's just too much resistance right now. a warmer monday little haze layer out there right though today and it's getting warmer. this is mainly for the inland areas, but coast and they will warm up as well. tomorrow is the big jump, though. seventies eighties to near 90 degrees 8 30 on a monday morning. good bad. what what's going on out there? i would say it's okay. i mean, it's not, you know, it's monday. it's not a great commute, but it
hasn't been terrible either. i would say it's normal for this time of the morning, let's go out and take a look at what we have here and you can see how we four is still slow as it normally is. it's going to take a little while for that to unwind. so is interstate 80 getting out to the emeryville area. and there's 8 80 in oakland. you can see that traffic is going to be slow at the bay bridge. we still have a backup, although i can tell you that. just seeing this, it's beginning to unwind. i can tell that if you if you have time to wait, it should be better in about a half hour 8 31, let's go back to the headlines. alright thanks. sal. san francisco police are investigating a deadly crash that happened when a taxi, jumped a sidewalk and then hit several pedestrians. now this all happened at third and mission near the year. buenas center for the arts. ktvu demagogues is near that intersection and has the latest details. emma good morning. well, if you take a look behind me, you can see that there's caution tape still up across the street at the part of the sidewalk where the taxi ended up . this is a busy intersection
and one that at times is dangerous for pedestrians. the san francisco district six supervisor matt dorsey said that vehicle collisions are an all too frequent. earn all too frequent occurrence here, and it's something that the city is actively working to bring down. san francisco has an ambitious plan called vision zero to reduce to zero traffic fatalities. but this is a neighborhood where there's highways going through and off ramps and on ramps to highways and people get onto city streets. um and sometimes we go too fast again. i don't know if that was the case here. police say the taxi collided with a mercedes before it ended up on the sidewalk to women were pinned underneath the taxi and pronounced dead at the scene, the taxi driver and a male pedestrian were taken to the hospital and the driver of the mercedes stayed at the scene. police have not yet released the names of the two women who were killed. saint francisco police traffic collision investigative
unit is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash. and the san francisco medical examiner's office has also opened up an investigation reporting live in san francisco demigods. ktvu fox two news, emma. thank you happening today, a man charged with shooting and killing a u. c berkeley student in 2020 is due to explain what happened in court. tony walker recently entered a no contest plea to voluntary manslaughter charges in the shooting of cal students. seth smith walker was arrested in 2020 for the shooting. at the time, investigators said the motive was not clear. according to berkeley side, walker will make a formal statement today in court to explain what happened as part of his plea deal. also today, two people accused in a racially charged killing and tracy will be back in court. christina garner and jeremy wayne jones are accused of killing an african american man and navy veteran 30 year old justin people's was shot once stabbed a number of times at a gas station on tracy boulevard on march 15th. garner and jones did not enter pleas during an initial court appearance last month, almost one year after
comedian bill cosby was released from prison. another case accusing him of assault is headed to trial. cosby is facing civil charges. this time a woman named judy who's accuses cosby of groping her at the playboy mansion when she was 16 years old. she filed the case in 2014 , but it was put on hold while cosby faced criminal rape charges in pennsylvania. he was found guilty of those charges, but a court later overturned that conviction. because of an agreement made between cosby and a previous prosecutor. jury selection of the houthi case is scheduled to start this week, possibly as early as today. opening arguments are scheduled for june. 1st in a major loss for the biden administration. this morning, a judge has blocked the white house's plans to lift title 42 that trump era order prevented migrants from seeking asylum in the us and it was set to expire today. but border states sued, fearing that removal could result in an influx of migrants now because of that judge's ruling, it will remain in effect. the justice department says it is going to appeal that decision. new this
morning students, educators and staff in the berkeley unified school district have to mask up again in indoor settings. district leaders say the requirement comes out of concern on a recent number. increased number of covid cases on campus. the increase in the number of teachers being infected with covid and a shortage of substitute teachers means some administrators are now back in the classroom so schools can stay open. when you see berkley public health professor calls masking a small but important step to help finish out the school year. teachers can't come out and teach the classes obviously can't meet. and if the kids are sick, um they're not. they're going to be missing school, so we need to be doing everything we can right now to keep the schools open and safe. the renewed mandate is expected to stay in place until the end of the school year. june 12th. person who is missing for five days was found and rescued at thornton state beach in daly city, a group of people walking the trail at the beach found that victim and called 911 and
the victim was taken to the hospital for treatment. we are still trying to get some more information about the circumstances on how the victim was found the name of the victim and their current condition. some 2500 political and business leaders from around the world are meeting in switzerland this week for the world economic forum. they're meeting in the alpine ski resort town of davos for the next five days. organizers of the event postponed the traditional january meeting date for this year's summit due to concerns about the pandemic. the global leaders will discuss a wide range of topics during this week's springtime meeting. geopolitical it's just that we are faced with war in ukraine, but also very difficult situations. many other places in the world. it is also climate change. it is also that the global growth is slowing, and we have to avoid that this very weak recovery and ends with and you recession because we have very limited ammunition to fight in your recession. ukraine's president vladimir zelensky is
one of the scheduled speakers. he's already called for maximum sanctions on russia for its invasion of ukraine. the port of oakland is reporting a big drop in its cargo operations this year. a newly released report shows that total cargo volume declined 7% between january and april of this year, compared to the same time a year ago. last month alone, imports dropped 17% while exports dropped 18. report says the drop is mainly due to a recent covid crackdown in china, where factory imports were shut down to try to reduce the spread of the virus. later today, a red flag warning will take effect for most of solano county. the national weather service warns of wind gusts up to 35 miles an hour as well as low humidity, higher temperatures. the warning goes into effect at 11 o'clock this morning. it's set to remain in place until eight o'clock tomorrow night. the warning includes fairfield, vacaville. travis air force base, the city of vallejo, is outside the warning zone fires, putting new restrictions in place due to the current high fire danger starting today, most outdoor burning of residential landscape debris will be off limits in six
northern california counties. no fire permits will be issued for fires in solano, sonoma, napa, yolo lake and colusa counties. exceptions could be made for cases linked to fire training, agriculture, land management, fire training and other industrial situations. cal fire will first inspect any area before allowing even those burn permits. alright let's talk of whether at 8 38. certainly steve people looking at the next you know, 24 48 hours and thinking, let's just get through this, but some relief at the end of the week. that is correct. never forget there are those who like the heat, though. i hear from them, right? but yes, that's the way it looks that you too, because this has been the pattern since april. we'll get a couple of days of warm up, and then it drops right back down compared to last three years, when sometimes that high would lock in would be hard for a week or two weeks. if you didn't hear the bodega bay, bowie over the weekend dropped to 46 degrees. that has not happened since 2000 and 13. that is a rarity. it's
only happening really about four or five times going back to the 19 eighties. so to see that cold of water temp is that really unusual, but it happened on saturday. national weather service in monterey tweeted it out. he dylan returns as claudine mentioned. that is true. today it starts it will peak out tomorrow. still probably hot on wednesday than a big cool down will take us. where did you go? there you go. napa san francisco livermore sandals that warming up the city, though just to 70. i know, but anything over 75 people in the city get nervous, but napa 88 livermore 88 in san jose to 83 tomorrow will be the david nineties. we're forecasting 96 for concord tomorrow today. 90 yesterday was 86 now wednesday will come down a little bit, but it'll come down a lot of it. by the time we get to thursday that red flag garcia mentioned that does not include vallejo, but it does include areas towards vacaville. fairfield travis. i also just unofficially mentioned it for eastern contra costa county because they can get a pretty good they can get a pretty good breeze out there towards oakley. also brent went
out of the north northeast monday. sunshine hazy skies breezy later it's not too bad right now, but it is starting to pick up in the hills, and that will be the focus again. a lot of sixties santa fell 62. san carlos 60, palo alto 60 san jose 60 sunnyvale was already 63 63. concord, walnut creek is rocking it up to 66. you can see the ridge building and right there is the signature of it up and over, she goes. so that's going to lead to warmer today. tomorrow but what about the end of the month and also into early june? there are some hints. our good buddy. the european forecast model does hint at a dramatic drop in our attempts. i think the end result will be windy and cooler, but that won't be until the end of the month into early june. today, those sixties seventies eighties a couple of nineties. and they will continue to warm up tomorrow will be the hot one. nice storm, but i think a little cooler coast in bay wednesday than a huge drop in those temps in a big push on the fog you guys thursday friday steve. thank you. 8 40. here's high gas prices are pushing more and more people domestic transit and there is good news for those who take money coming up next on the
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lane first of several flights from europe. president biden authorized the use of military planes for the effort, called operation fly formula because no commercial flights were available. the agriculture secretary, tom vilsack was on hand as that formula was offloaded from an air force cargo plane. it would take approximately two weeks for the normal commercial process to work as a result of the united states military's involvement. we're going to get this here in a matter of days. and a matter of days means a lot to the moms and dads who are worried. the current shortage was brought on after the nation's largest formula manufacturing plan was forced to shut down in february due to safety concerns. it's set to be back up and running this week, but it could take two months for the product to reach store shelves. well, it is a much better day on wall street,
and there are some deals in the works spring. pam cook into the fold here to discuss in dollars and cents. yes much better day at least so far on wall street. investors are hoping we've seen the bottom, at least today started off strong. when that opening bell rang, stocks headed much higher the markets trying to snap that eight week losing streak as we take a live look pretty good. so far. the dow jones gaining another 100 points or so in the last hour. it is up more than 2% now, 675 points the s and p 500 up almost 2% 39 71 as it makes its way back to 4000. and the nasdaq is up one and a quarter percent 143 points there. some facebook employees are not happy about the company's policy that bans them from talking about abortion on the job, now the vice president of human resources for meta reiterated to employees that talking about abortion on the company's internal platform. is not allowed because of the risk
of creating a hostile work environment. many employees opposed the company's policy, which does not allow workers to talk respectfully about issues in the news. you might notice that venmo has increased its fees. starting today, the company will now charge users a 1.75% instant transfer fee with the 25 cent minimum $25 maximum fee. standard bank transfers will remain free, but it does take 1 to 3 days to transfer. paypal will also increase its fees to the same amount that companies say the changes are being made to be more in line with the value of the company's provide. venmo is owned by paypal. once again, it's graduation time for thousands of college students across the country. many economists say this is a great time for those graduates to step into the u. s labor force. they say there are hundreds of companies offering good salaries and great benefits. many are willing to let their new employees work at home at least a few days a week, but many college grads are still
worried that they may not find the job they really want. but people say that this is like the perfect time to look for a job. but it kind of is hard because everyone is looking for a job now and especially in social media, which is what i want to do. some economists say the job market here in california is the best. it's been in more than 40 years with more than 1.3 million current opening. so good luck to all those graduates. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. alright thanks pam with the university of california board of regions is trying to take steps to help students get their degrees without having to take out those student loans. university officials say about half of the students from california now oh, nearly $19,000 in student loans when they graduate, and there are no specific plans yet on how to help, but the state says it is working to find part time work opportunities for low income students and the regions have set a goal to make it possible for all undergraduates to earn their degrees without taking on loans by the year 2030. alright 8 47 last quick peek at traffic. it's been a pretty monday monday. sal not
too bad but also not great and it's beginning to improve. which is good. we can show you the bay bridge here and you can see for yourself that we have better traffic. in fact, it is not backed up all the way out to 8 80. in fact, that ramp up there that we look at is completely clear. you can see it right there. that's good news. you can see that some of the other commutes are getting better, including 80 have some slowing in berkeley. but that's about all how we four is much better. and interstate. 80 is getting better as well. so i like where we're going with this commute that silicon valley is also clearing up 8 48. let's bring steve back in with today's forecast. alright, sal. thank you, sir. we're already beginning to warm up. lots of sixties here won't take long in this kind of a pattern or this time of year, actually, but red flag is mainly confined out to the east out towards a sacramento valley now. officially it includes parts of solano county. i also through an eastern contra costa. they can get that northerly breeze. we saw that last friday it was very windy for some outdoors brentwood yet not far away.
there was hardly any breeze at all. so we'll hold on to that, for now. monday sunshine hazy skies breezy later, mainly nails are out towards the east 50 sixties, mainly sixties already santa rosa 66, berkeley's already 60 63, sunnyvale, brentwood. one observation there's 72 so probably looking at 92 out there on the creek's already 65 degrees. up and over. she goes the high wall controller. weather for about 2.5 3 days, but then another system will knock it down and ushering in cooler pattern. by thursday. there are some hints that maybe a system and then seasonably cool and we'll drop in and of the month early june. so i think windy and cooler is not far away. probably be shocked if we got any rain, maybe some drizzle, but the next couple of days. it's all about sunshine and warmer temps, especially tomorrow. still pretty warm inland on wednesday , then here comes the cooler weather thursday. we opened that door even more so. to the sea breeze on friday. you guys steve. thank you. the warriors are just one win away from the nba finals. next on the nine. we're talking live with matt steinmetz of 95 7. the game about the next leg of this western conference series. and
thrn california cliff. we have video of that rescue as it happened in palos verdes estates. one person died in the fall. three other people were injured now. originally there were reports that a car may have gone over the edge at this point, police say. they don't think a car was involved. after all, they're still trying to figure out what happened that led the people to fall down the cliff. in southern california police are looking for suspects in to smash and grab jewelry store robberies. the first happened in hunting beach where four people entered
the princess bride store. and then as you can see bien breaking display cases, but that's not all the three workers attack the suspects, including one who used a chair as a weapon. there are no reports of injuries. store officials are not saying how much was stolen. then there was another robbery about an hour later in nearby santa ana were four thieves stole $7000 worth of merchandise. police are not saying if those two cases are related gas prices continue. in the bay area and nationwide as has long been the case barrier drivers paying the highest price for gas in the country. the average price for a gallon of unleaded gas has jumped to $6.20 a gallon. the lowest average prices in tulsa, oklahoma. gas averaging under $4. can you believe $3.92 a gallon? the white house is reportedly considering an emergency declaration that would allow president biden to release diesel fuel from a stockpile to address a major supply crunch. diesel prices across the country or opposite 75% from a year ago.
the concern is that since diesel is used to power trucks, trains and boats, those that move goods across the country, skyrocketing diesel prices will likely be passed on to consumers, adding to the crunch of already high inflation. well, a group of volunteers in san francisco we're busy this weekend, starting the first phase of installing the pink triangle. they were there on twin peaks, cleaning up that area and removing all the litter there. this will be the 27th year that that triangle is going to be installed in san francisco. the pink triangle was used by the in concentration camps to identify homosexual prisoners. but since the 19 seventies, it's been embraced by the gay community as a symbol of pride. we want people driving by on the freeways to wonder what it is and to be curious and look it up. and at night it will be lit up as well. tomorrow volunteers going to be back out of that hillside, setting up the infrastructure for that giant
display that includes putting in the polls, the cable tension straps and the lights and as well as the pink streamers. no more tarps anymore. if you've seen it done in the past. it is scheduled to light up next wednesday. at the start of pride month, people in san francisco gathered in the castro to celebrate harvey milk's birthday. friends and colleagues of milk gathered with local politicians for yesterday's celebration. milk was assassinated 44 years ago when you're after becoming the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in california. in 1973 when harvey milk ran for supervisor in this district, homosexuality was considered a mental illness by the american psychological association. there are so many traditions and activism that we've talked about standing on the shoulders of giants. in our community. let's never forget how brave those giants work. the group also highlighted the new designs to harvey milk plaza in the castro. on the other side of the country . another birthday is being celebrated this one for rap star biggie smalls. the music of the
notorious b. i g blasted through the brooklyn neighborhood honoring the legendary rapper fans, family and longtime friends celebrated christopher wallace. he was killed in 1997 and shooting and so fans came with t shirts, biggie hats and jerseys and even tattoos. his music is transcendent, like you can pop it in today. it sounds like they came out last week, so it's really you know, he was way ahead of his time. new york city also honored him on what would have been his 50th birthday by printing special subway tickets with his face on them and yet out at certain stations in brooklyn, san francisco, police and firefighters helped make an amazing delivery officers were called to the scene of a woman who was stuck in traffic while she was in labor. trying to get to the hospital as we know claudine babies don't wait. one was in the process of being born when police and firefighters arrived. a few minutes later, they helped deliver a second, baby. yep. twins twin babies were taken to the hospital. all three are doing fine relations
to them. alright. francisco giants hosting the new york mets tonight. the team had a rough show in yesterday's 10 to 1 lost to the san diego padres. it felt like if anything could go wrong . it did. the padres had 17 hits compared to the four for the giants tonight's game. let's hope it goes differently against the mets starts at 6 40. oakland a's are up in seattle. they're playing the mariners today. like the giants, they only had four hits and afford one loss to the los angeles angels. he's pitching couldn't stop the angels dynamic duo of mike trout and shohei otani. they both had home runs for the angels are in last place now in the american league west after this loss, tonight's game against the mariners starts at 6 40 justin thomas is the top golfer this morning after an amazing comeback. justin thomas started the day seven strokes behind the leader at yesterday's pga championship at the southern hills golf course in tulsa, oklahoma. thomas then started sinking pot after putt there goes until use one stroke behind metal pereira. on that final hole. pereira made a double bogey after his ball ended up in
the water. and thomas defeated will zella tours in a three hole playoff. i wasn't looking at leaderboards today. i was just trying to play golf kind of goes back to what i said on thursday of just not trying to play golf swing, not trying to play. you know the field, not trying to play to a certain person, religious trying to execute each shot. um as well as i could, and then wherever it ended up you know, just give my club the bones and let's move on and try to do the best we can in the next one. tom has earned $2.7 million from his win yesterday. some of the world's top clothing makers are working on a ground breaking project they hope will help in the global battle against climate change. they're teaming up with scientists have developed a special clothing solution. it allows fabric to capture carbon dioxide from the air and keep it stored until it can be absorbed by plants. it is pulled into this. this this this greenhouse here and is used as a food for the plants, so it's
completes the photosynthesis cycle. the futuristic technology is now being tested by chefs at a swedish restaurant in stockholm. they're wearing aprons made with this special fabric. mm hmm. darn foolishness . this fire. didn't have to start. a red flag warning is now in effect and a wildfire swept through the dry hills in the north bay what crews are doing right now to help prevent more fires from breaking out? plus there's some relief coming to help with the baby formula shortage. the shipment that arrived in the us from overseas and what this means for parents across the country also ahead. the greatest feeling of world champs. they're gonna do it again. warriors fans enjoying a little time on cloud nine this morning after a big win in dallas last night, we'll take a look at highlights and game four tomorrow night as the warriors looked