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thes more details emerge. why the latest timeline is raising more questions and patriotism, honor sacrifice, just some of the lessons being learned this morning by hundreds of bay area boys and girls at the golden gate national cemetery in san bruno. and governor newsom and the prime minister of new zealand signed an international court in golden gate park. what that new partnership means for the planet. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two and good morning to you. welcome the mornings onto on this saturday. may 28th i'm claudine wong happy saturday. what? and all happy memorial day weekend. it looks like we're under a bit of a foggy start. let's check in
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with rosemary and get your forecast on what should be a fun three day weekend. for some, i'm thinking it doesn't feel like the unofficial start to summer. but on the other hand, you know, sometimes this is what we get in the summertime temperatures are going to be cool. we're talking about the fifties at the coast to upper seventies inland. under a mix of clouds out there this morning and partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. as we get into tomorrow, only slightly better. i'll have a better look at the current conditions. what you can expect for the weekend and your holiday coming up in just a little bit. okay thanks. rosemary happening now, some bay area boy scouts are continuing an annual memorial day tradition at the golden gate national cemetery. they are going to be laying down thousands o james tt cemetery in san bruno with that story. good morning to you, james. hey good morning to you, claudia, the bulldozer going by, right on cue for us this morning. hey, we've got about 1300 people who are going to be coming here. combination of boy scouts, girl scouts. you name it
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several different groups. we're gonna be laying down about 30,000 flags. resting places here at the golden gate cemetery national cemetery this morning, mr charles morgan is joining me today you're leading the council . you're kind of helping out with one of the volunteers here. tell me it's an annual tradition for memorial day weekend. what is memorial day weekend? mean for you? was it supposed to mean for some of the kids will be out here today? well for the legal rate representation of memorial day is for all of those. who have died in battle for protecting the united states' rights and their freedom to be free in this country, the veterans and everything will be honored on veterans day. but this is the day for those who have passed away in defense of our country. so when each of these folks lays down the flag, what is that supposed to mean to each of these as scouts, each one of these scouts takes a reference that i am honoring you. i am honoring what you've done, and i'm honoring your dedication to america. this
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isn't just here in san bruno, and this is something that happens all across the country. several different states do this same similar kind of gesture. you haven't been able to do this for the last two years because of covid-19. how much more significant is this year? this year is a lot more significant, even though covid is still rising. we have to playing it by ear and not having are we normally have a gathering around the corner over there that we have a speech and a lot of productions. we're not having that this year to try to eliminate that mass gathering. so we've adapted it this year to where the minute they check in. they go to their designated area and then start planting their flags. each flag has to be put at a certain distance away from the gravestone. so when you look down the line, you'll see every one of them is in direct straight line all the way down. and how happy are you to be here this morning? i'm really happy. i'm this is like one of those scenarios to where you know you
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have to help out. as much as you can. and this is my way of helping out even though i'm trying to be covid correct here , too, but i do what i can. mr morgan. i'm sure there are several people who appreciate you being here this morning. it's a wet morning. it's a wet start to the day, but we expect some of those boy scouts, girl scouts, all sorts of groups. you name it. they'll be here in the next 15 minutes or 30 minutes. getting this all started will be here and show you what it looks like frank and claudine. send back to you. all right. thank you so much. james with the last of the victims in the buffalo supermarket shooting will be laid to rest today. 86 year old ruth whitfield was the oldest of the 10 people killed two weeks ago. vice president kamala harris is expected to attend that service. that eulogy will be delivered by civil rights leader reverend al sharpton. time now is 704 and now to the investigation into the school shooting in texas authorities admit they were wrong to wait rather than to go into the building and confront the gunman reporter madeline rivera is in
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your body texas this morning. why didn't why didn't they protect kids? emotions running high here and you've aldi, texas authorities revealing a delayed response to the deadly shooting at rob elementary school. the incident commander inside the building believe the 18 year old gunman was barricaded and children were no longer at risk for more than 45 minutes. investigators say. nearly 20 officers were in the hallway as students and teachers repeatedly called 911. but some here are urging people not to rush to judgment until you walk a mile in this officer's shoes. you cannot make a decision like they did. the timeline differs from initial police accounts, raising even more questions. texas governor greg abbott says he was misled and is calling for a thorough investigation imperative that the leaders of the investigations about exactly what happened. get down to the very second. meanwhile the
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national rifle association holding its annual convention in houston this weekend, protestors outside renewed calls for gun reform. inside speakers, including former president donald trump doubled down on increasing security in schools. the existence of evil in our world is not a reason to disarm law abiding citizens who know how to use their weapon and can protect a lot of people detected . rivera ktvu, fox two news more demonstrations are now underway in this day two of the national rifle association convention and event that is taking place. listen three miles away from you, baldy. mark tamayo. thousands of protesters have gathered outside of the convention hall in downtown houston, and many are wearing t shirts and holding signs honoring the 19 children and two teachers who were killed in this week's school shooting in that state. yesterday texas democrats better or work during the protesters to express his strong
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support for tougher gun laws. the time for us to have stopped. quality was right after parklands. time for us to have stopped you. valentin was right after santa fe high school. time for us to stop the next mass shooting in this country is right now, right here today, single one of us. rourke is currently challenging republican greg abbott in the race for texas governor. gun safety groups have strongly criticized governor abbott for his response to this week's school shooting. san francisco giants manager gabe kapler says he will not take part in the national anthem prior to games to protest the nation's political direction following the texas school shooting. i don't plan on coming out for the anthem going forward until i feel like there's. i feel better about the direction of our country. so that will be the step. i don't i don't expect
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it to move the needle necessarily. it's just something that, um i feel strongly enough about take that step. i think it's 1990 wrote on his personal blog about gun violence, kappler said he needs more time now to consider specific actions that should be taken to prevent more tragedies. such a stronger gun control laws. more voting centers are opening in cities across the bay area this morning ahead of california's june 7th primary, san mateo county is opening up centers in daly city , burlingame, pacifica and several other cities. voting centers will also open today in parts of santa clara, napa and sonoma counties. state election officials are hoping these voting centers will make it easier for californians to cast their ballots in next month's election. voters in the south bay should expect to see or hear some of the candidates running for san jose mayor. the top candidates are working all weekend long to get out the vote if a candidate receives more
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than 50% in the upcoming june primary. they are automatically elected and do not have to run in the november general election . santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez has spent the most money on her campaign with all the candidates combined. have poor more than $2 million into the mayoral race. san jose city councilman matt mehan is second at $700,000. other council members in the race. our deb davis, who spent about 220,000, councilman ralph perales says he's running third in fundraising. central coast. assemblyman robert revis could become the next assembly speaker . he issued a statement saying he has enough votes within the assembly and has met with current speaker anthony rendon to begin discussions about that tradition. grievous is the son of mexican immigrants who grew up in san juan de benito county. he now represents parts of symphony toe, monterey, santa cruz and santa clara counties. alright, 709. let's get a full look at whether now a lot of
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folks out and about on a three day weekend maybe a barbecue or two, and if you're getting an early start, maybe a coat chilly out there? yes a little bit of patchy drizzle out there this morning and we are going to continue with temperatures well below average. remember earlier in the week when we were well above average, even breaking a few records due to the heat. not the case today, not the case for this weekend giving you a live look here over the east bay shore taking a view towards, uh , looks like right over areas of emeryville this morning so mostly cloudy skies along the coast inside the bay and partly cloudy for inland cities as james mentioned at the top of the hour, seeing a little bit of patchy drizzle out there this morning as well. visibility at half moon bay a quarter mile patchy, denser well, you can see that darker shade of gray along the coastline this morning for most of visibility is okay. but if you plan on cruising along highway one is for part of your saturday be prepared for a little bit of fog out there this morning and mostly cloudy skies. for most of the day. oakland reporting it on tilberis at 12 mph. fairfield reporting 15. so
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it's a cloudy one. it's a foggy one with a little bit of damp weather out there this morning and temperatures in the fifties 53 to start your day. san francisco. good morning, berkeley. same for you 60 degrees right now in brentwood, upper fifties over san jose low fifties to start the day. santa rosa nevado as well as napa getting into what we can expect for the afternoon and into tomorrow. the system dropping in is going to clip us. just on the tail end is where the north bay will be for today. we may see just a little bit of drizzle out there and sprinkle activity for the afternoon. it doesn't look like a big deal. let me show you what i mean here, future cast model showing you right about five o'clock or so notice a few bits of blue out there. so like county dropping into sonoma county, if you're going to be a bottle rock for today, maybe this area but it's just going to be a hit or miss light. sprinkle it passes through. we do continue with the mostly cloudy skies all the way into saturday evening, though, and temperatures well below average for today. 71 in santa rosa 62 in san francisco. oakland not
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too bad for you, upper sixties. so you're right about where you should be livermore. few degrees below the average of 73 73 over areas of san jose. temperatures don't change much, getting into the back end of the weekend. better details on the afternoon house for today and what you can expect for the rest of the weekend and your bottle rock fox forecast coming up in just a little bit. alright thank you. rosemary. speaking of bottle rock happening today, it's day two, the popular north bay music festival. napa valleys. bottle rock is back. the three day music festival kicked off yesterday on friday, with top jetliners drawing thousands of visitors from all over the country, all headed to napa valley. the music, the vibes, fun things, the food, the wine, all the things. maybe a little music to the crowd told ktvu. they were most excited to watch . metallica performed 21 pilots and bay area favorites eat 40 and two shorter among the
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artists taking the stage on the saturday performers. any event tomorrow and sunday include paint pitbull and alyssa kara. tickets to the festival, by the way, are all sold out. governor newsom is teaming up with the leader from halfway around the world how their new partnership will help the planet coming up. later, san francisco police released video of an incident which officers shot and killed two people. police chief explains the circumstances when we come back another crazy day? of course—you're a cio in 2022. but you're ready. because you've got the next generation in global secure networking from comcast business. with fully integrated security solutions all in one place. so you're covered. on-premise and in the cloud. you can run things the way you want
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noto manage the expectations. well there you go. the new film top gun maverick is soaring at the box office over the holiday weekend. the tom cruise sequel is projected to earn about $145 million this holiday weekend. it's on pace to surpass one of
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the pirates of the caribbean films and have the best memorial day debut in history. maverick is also on pace to have the biggest opening ever for any tom cruise film. yep top gun maverick, just one of the long awaited blockbusters this summer movie season, hollywood is hoping to put the pandemic behind and back, get back movie goers into those theaters now. other some other films that we're watching include one of the most popular characters ever created by pixar of emeryville. lightyear comes out next month and tells the backstory of the young astronaut buzz lightyear. of course, no movie season is complete without a marvel superhero. so you've got thor love and thunder that's going to be released in july. entertainment reporter actually diverting gives us a preview of what to see this summer. the memorial day weekend box office takes off with top gun maverick let me tell you this film delivers and then some. it has
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extraordinary aerial sequences. the humor is on point. the music is unforgettable. belcher's debut the bob's burgers, movie, even if you are a fan of the show, and you know nothing about it. it is still such a great animated comedy. there are a lot of franchises throughout the summer. from there, the franchise is being taken in new directions. we have to start with jurassic world dominion. this is a culmination of 30 years of jurassic movies like you to start command come in star command. if andy got a buzz lightyear toy back in 1995, that toy was based on andy's favorite movie lightyear is that movie in other animated adventures, there's minions, the rise of gru and dc league of super pets. marvel superheroes return in thor love and thunder. thor has to leave the guardians to go on his own soul searching adventure
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. expect a big, funny, colorful , exciting marvel movie miracle in originals. there's jordan's peels. nope he's just had a very different approach to horror that we've really ever seen before, and now he wants to do it for the summer. blockbuster and brad pitt leads bullet train assassins and one sought out after briefcase. one of those big ensemble movies that's action packed but has a lot of dark humor in it, and lots of memorable characters who have crazy nicknames some of many options in a busy summer movie season in hollywood, ashley give orkin fox news. right claudine. i know you saw it which they gun would i would say it again like it so much. i did, but i'm like sentimental so you know, it doesn't take much and brings it all back and they do just enough to pull you back and i want to go see it rosemary oroczo, right . i was hoping to see the premier but couldn't get in. but
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yes, i saw the original just stuck a couple of weeks ago on tv. i think they you know, playing it a lot. it's been on netflix has it through like the weekend. i think so. i think my suggestion. watch the first one first. okay, the next one just to give yourself a little. it's been a minute movie came out minutes a couple of years. yeah good stuff. yes but looking forward to seeing it. also for those of you looking forward to heading up to napa today for a bottle rock. you've got some cool weather in store. the afternoon should be nice but be prepared for the evening right there along the napa river. it will be cool and breezy. here's a look at the inland east bay, where those turbines not moving much. looks like we have calm conditions, at least in that area. we have a system that will roll through a northern california and bring us the clouds for today and bring us the possibility of just a few sprinkles over lake county as well as areas of sonoma county. eric quality is good out there.
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we do have a nice onshore breeze and that's helping to bring in that nice clean pacific error. we're going to continue with that pattern for today as well stormtrooper to here showing you so the ridge of high pressure breaking down just a little bit as the system moves through, you can see areas of washington, oregon, northern california. with some green on the screen for us. it's not going to be much of anything, but i will say if you are going to be in the north bay today may squeeze out a sprinkle or two under mostly cloudy skies there. then as we get into sunday, monday tuesday notice the storm track moves back up. pressure builds in that will lead to a bit of a warm up for us, but by thursday looks like it wants to drop again. so we'll be on a little bit of a roller coaster ride when it comes to our temperatures. 53 degrees right now in san francisco, mid fifties and walnut creek. into san jose. good morning to you 59 a low fifties to start the day in napa. and if you are going to be an app of this afternoon by noontime 65 topping out at about 70 degrees, four o'clock in the
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afternoon and then getting into the evening hours slipping back into the upper fifties. so the number is not bad again. it's going to be that breeze out there. so be prepared for that. if you're going to see the play today, upper sixties in the forecast for the afternoon going to be nice in the stands there under partly cloudy skies over 67 rafael 62 in the city of san francisco, a little bit below average for this time of year. 73 over redwood city, the extended forecast temperatures come up slightly for your bay area sunday than into your holiday a little bit warmer tuesday, wednesday. now we're into some hot weather once again for inland cities upper eighties low nineties seventies around the bay low sixties expected at the coast back to you. elon musk indicates that there may be a benefit to the country of some americans face bankruptcy coming up the tech billionaires, controversial remarks first we had covid then monkey pox and now acute hepatitis world health organization is now investigating. this illness that's affecting children and
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fouw zealand fight climate change governor newsom and the prime minister jacinda ardern announced that partnership at san francisco's botanical garden in golden gate park yesterday. the accord. outlines broad areas for cooperation. some of the biggest areas they're targeting include electric vehicles and sustainable farming. 41% of our
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greenhouse gas emissions come from the tailpipe. but you add an additional 10, plus percent from the extraction of fossil fuel. so it's over. 50% this is the game changer, zealand. our biggest challenges food production, and that's why you've seen us push very very progressively on how we can ensure we maintain our position is being the most sustainable food producers in the world. california has climate change partnerships with other countries. they include canada, mexico and china. well these bay regional parks department is warning families that several popular swimming facilities will be closed this holiday weekend. closures include del valle, shadow cliffs and lake anza. officials are citing water quality, low water conditions or construction. swim areas that open are open include lake tim scallon, oakland castle rock pool and wallet creek and crown memorial beach in alameda, california employment development department says it stopped millions of dollars in fraudulent payments. the latest fraud attempt once again hitting
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unemployment claims and involve the use of paper infects claims. officials say they recently found 47,000 fraudulent claims and in process would have cost the department $560 million. tesla ceo elon musk is making some controversial remarks about the current state of our u. s economy to billionaire believes both the recession and many bankruptcies would actually benefit the us in the long run. must posted a statement on twitter that says, quote money has been raining on fools for too long. he also believes working at home during the past couple of years that the pandemic has made many americans lazy. happening today in san francisco. volunteers are going to begin work on putting up most of the pink triangle. dozens of people will be out at twin peaks this morning. they're going to connect some steel cables and then assemble 1.5 miles of pink streamers. organizers say the streamers are going to be set up
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in three rows and eventually will flutter in the breeze and sparkle over the city. volunteers are going to finish hanging the streamers tomorrow and set up that pink triangle outlined. they will then hold a commemoration and a lighting ceremony on wednesday night. up next young boys and girls honoring americans service members this morning. it's a tradition on memorial day weekend. we've got a live report. and it is back one of the most festive celebrations in san francisco returns this weekend after disruptions over the past two years due to the pandemic. we preview carnival in san francisco
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misg before memorial day, coming up live report on how bear youth of paying tribute to america's service members, plus cellphone videos going viral showing a sacramento woman attacking a southwest airlines flight attendant. last year, the unruly passenger just learned her punishment. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two happy weekend one and all. and if you're just getting up and look out your window depending upon where you are, if you're near the bay there's your backdrop right there. a lot of clouds. some do actually a little. i don't know what
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pavement today too. so it depends where you are, but a bit of a chilly start to this holiday weekend. welcome back to ktvu mornings on two. i'm frank mallicoat. and i'm claudine wang. i always think memorial day is kind of funny because it does remind us that this is the bay area and when we have 90 plus degrees earlier in the week and then we think it's going to be hot. you wait three days and all of a sudden you're freezing because that's what steve paulson said earlier last week. he was like you're complaining chocolate and you're gonna complain, complaining. it's cold by the weekend, and here we are just waiting. we're all in the same boat, right? we're thinking, oh, and memorial day weekend, unofficial start to summer, break out the barbecues and the warmer weather and no, no, no, not a bit. we are going to have whole lot of may grade june gloom. you pick it. temperatures are going to be even below average for inland cities were waking up with the clouds, little bit of patchy drizzle out there, and we may even squeeze out a sprinkle over parts of the bay area today. better details on what you can expect for today and the rest of your holiday weekend coming up. sounds good. thank you. rosemary
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happening right now. some barrier boy scouts are continuing an annual memorial day tradition at the golden gate national cemetery. they will be laying down thousands of flags on the grounds. of that cemetery for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. ktvu is james torres live from the cemetery in san bruno, with more on that story. good morning. hey good morning to you, frank about 30,000 flags to be exact, will be laid just in front of those cemetery gravestones here and it's all going to be at the help of some people who are just here to do an incredible amount of community service. one of those folks is joining me here this morning. this is holding court. you're an eagle scout this morning. you're kind of one of the leaders of the pack here, so tell me what is this tradition mean to you, um to me, it kind of it's just a great way to honor all of the past history. we have right. this is one of the largest national cemeteries around so it for me, it's really special to be able to come and
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honor everybody who's served in the past. you said. you've been involved with the event for pretty much as long as you can remember. it's kind of a wet, chilly start this morning. that's pretty much how you know it to be right? yeah pretty much for as long as i could remember , it's always cloudy. foggy little bit chilly. yeah perfect san bruno, whether we're getting a little bit of sun now, this morning, warming things up just a little bit here. it looks like some of the folks are getting started here. what is your role today? what are you going to be doing? right so my job is i'm helping distribute out the ground pokers with they give the right measurement for how far away from the tombstone that the flag needs to be planted. mendoza pokes hole kind of like pre drilling for woodworking. and then you just pop the flag right in and so my job is handing out those pokers to all the different groups that are here helping out and we've been talking all morning about covid-19 having prevented the
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event from happening the last two years, you're able to do it now. this year for the first time since 2019. how does that make you feel? how do you feel being out here today? i feel really good. it's definitely been too long. but. yeah it's we missed the past two years, so i kind of feel like getting back into the groove of things. canvas list start hard to wake up early again. does it mean more this year? yeah, i think it does. i think it can feel like all the sentiments from the past three years has come together for this one. right, so it has a lot of impact for me. hold and go do your thing, man. thank you so much for talking to us this morning, frank and claudia, we're going to be checking them out all morning. long hair. they should be. getting started with the flags here in just a moment. 30,000 flags will be laid out here this morning, so we'll be checking it out all morning. long, guys, send it back to you. all right? it is always something to see. thanks so much. james well san francisco police releasing a video of an
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incident in which officers shot and killed two men last week who were fighting with knives. ktvu is amberleigh reports on that new video and the police account of what happened. drop the knife right now, sir. police say four officers shot and killed two men who were involved in a knife fight on may 19th around eight pm at mariposa and alwyn streets and her interstate to 80 in san francisco. police say the officers fired their guns after the men repeatedly failed to comply to orders t correct. i need you to drop the knife so that we can sort this whole thing up. we don't want to hurt you say they used left and lethal weapons, such as discharging phone baton projectiles, but say when one man was about to stab, the other officers fired their guns, one man died at the scene, the other at the hospital. the medical examiner says both men died from gunshot wounds. police chief bill scott listened to people
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who called into the town hall even if it took all night. if you really care you would stand by until they dropped the knife. it was just insane. how many police officers were there and any chance of the escalation was completely thrown away. and i just feel that this is a failure of leadership. australia training. police originally responded to a 911 call made by a woman driving in the area. maybe a house was person with two large sticks. under like beating the #### out of a like a little. it looks like a shelter where someone else might be living witness recorded the cell phone video, which captured what appears to be the attack in shadow, violently beating it over and over and over again, police say what was recovered at the scene included 11 handgun casings, one rifle casing and three knives. the two men killed have been identified as 57 year old michael mckinnon and 49 year old rafael mendoza, without suggesting a premature judgment
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on the appropriateness of the force used in this particular incident. i can express on behalf of all of us in our department, our condolences to the family friends and loved ones of mr mendoza and mr mackinnon. the police have not said how long before officers who fired their guns have been with the department. the california department of justice is leading the investigation into this police shooting. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. top law enforcement officers in val, d. texas now admit they made some great bears in their response to tuesday's deadly school shooting, please commanders following formally disclosed yesterday. they took nearly an hour to confront the 18 year old gunman while he was inside the school due to a lack of communication and other problems, so witnesses say they saw more than a dozen law enforcement officers outside the school as parents pleaded for them. to go inside. these guys had vests. they had tactical
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weapon vests, and they had their guns and they did nothing but hold people back. just, you know. keeping people at bay like they couldn't come in. they were not allowed through crying. many witnesses say law enforcement officer should have rushed inside that school immediately to stop the shooter, former swat officer who is now a police consultant, agrees. it's uncomfortable. i don't know how anybody could have made that decision. none of the my former appears that i've talked to can understand it. uh the only thing that i could think of is it somebody with not a lot of experience. the other thing that is just amazing to me. is that somebody on the scene? one of those officers on the scene didn't go against his his orders. when they're hearing shots continue to be fired. wyatt added the officers who responded to the mass shooting ignored nearly all the current law enforcement rules when it comes to dealing with an active shooter who is inside a
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classroom 19 children, two teachers who were killed and all that gunfire. a sacramento woman is headed to prison for punching a southwest airlines flight attendant 29 year old viviana kenyans was sentenced to 15 months in prison in order to pay more than $300,000 in fines and restitution. she did admit to knocking out two of the teeth of a flight attendant during a flight from sacramento to san diego last may. authorities say she got angry after being asked to wear a mask and fasten her seatbelt. the court said she was also attend anger management classes and is barred from flying on commercial planes for at least the next three years. and a note for people driving in san francisco this weekend. the broadway tunnel, which runs between chinatown and polk street, is closed for maintenance through monday night . the eastbound board will be closed. crews are gonna be removing glass bricks that form the overhead skylight. the westbound war is going to remain open, but it is going to be converted to a two way traffic situation there for this memorial day weekend, so you should expect delays if you are traveling through that area. 7
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39. let's get you outside again. talk to rosemary and get your forecast on a on a chilly start on this holiday weekend temperatures, especially inland continue to call for today. a le bit of drizzle along t coastline will be with a mix of sun and clouds for the entire day, just overall cool pattern for this time of year. outsider doors at this hour giving you a live look here over san jose. that's a beautiful shot. you could see a mix of sun and clouds out there. we do have good air quality due to a nice onshore breeze that will be with us and storm tracker to here showing you the system that is going to be sweeping through the pacific northwest, bringing some shower activity to washington, oregon, northern california, we may see just a sprinkle or two hit areas over lake county as well as sonoma county, maybe into napa county. it doesn't look like much. i'll show you here in just a moment. let's check out on the fog this morning along highway one half moon bay down to half mile. everybody else looking good. if you do have to be under the highways this morning shouldn't
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have a whole lot of trouble if your commute or if you're thinking about riding along the coastline highway one this morning, socked in by fog and patchy drizzle. the winds are generally light out there right now, sfo as well as hayward, we do have the onshore breeze notice the arrows coming from this direction. even livermore reporting a seven mph so continued cooling for inland cities. temperatures along the coastline. we can't go much farther 54 degrees right now in half moon bay upper fifties expected for the afternoon 53 in napa for the inner east bay. we have upper fifties to start your day conquered livermore san jose at 59 in the future cast here will show you into the afternoon notice areas over northern california over the high sierra, just a few sprinkles. and then for us, we're right on the southern fringe. there may have a sprinkle or two over areas again in the north bay and then farther north, the timestamp there five o'clock in the afternoon, but it's going to be cloudy. it's going to be cool getting into areas of ours to stuff for saturday night, we're looking at partly clear skies mostly cloudy for the central
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and south bay. if you're going to the ace game this afternoon, going to be very mild mix of sun and clouds will go with partly sunny skies at game time when i was seven. a west breezed about 15 mph upper sixties in the forecast for oakland today, which is right about average san francisco going to 62 along the peninsula very mild 73 for you read with city as well as the inner east bay 73 in concord as well as livermore low seventies santa rosa low seventies today if you're going to bottle rocket in napa, i have a better look at the rest of the weekend and what we can expect into the week ahead coming up in the extended forecast. well, the right ingredients can make or break a home cooked meal. but even here in the bay area, finding certain asian or hispanic specialty items can be tough. so we're going to talk live with a tech entrepreneur who's making those hard to find ingredients easier to locate. also head stanford holding a virtual meeting with ukrainian president zelinsky what he told students about life in ukraine and whether it can
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i've lived in san francisco for 20 years. i'm raising my kids here. this city is now less safe for all of us. chesa boudin is failing to hold repeat offenders accountable. he prosecuted zero fentanyl drug dealing cases, even though nearly 500 people have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now. we can't wait one more day when people are dying on our streets. hela sexual battery suspect. they have released a sketch of a man who is wanted for an attack near sierra vista avenue and rock street on april 24th the victims
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as she was walking her dog when a man approached her and groped her. she describes that man as hispanic between 19 and 26 years old. he was wearing a large black sweatshirt, brown sweatpants with a red stripe down the side and white sneakers. berkeley police say they have arrested a man suspected in at least five cases of sexual assault spanning nearly two months. the most recent case happened on tuesday when a 14 year old girl was assaulted by a man armed with a knife. near albany middle school , berkeley. police took tommy giles jr into custody later that day. his other alleged victims, including nine year old child who was assaulted in albany back in march. he is also suspected of sexually assaulting three adult women in berkeley and in oakland. new numbers from the cdc showed thousands of people died from the flu this past season. cdc estimates between 4500 to 13,000 people. died from influenza between october the first and may 21st at slightly lower than before the pandemic when 20,000 people die agency also says at least seven million cases of the flu were reported
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this season. and between 274,000 patients. had to be hospitalized with flu related symptoms. those numbers also are much lower compared to before the pandemic when there were around 35 million flu related illnesses. new state data shows. covid cases are up this week. the state's test positivity rate is now 7% that's a 1.5% increase from the previous seven day period. hospitalizations are also up across california. a second suspected monkeypox case has been identified in sacramento county. health officials say this case is believed to be connected to the first case found earlier this week. both patients are isolating in their homes and reportedly have not been in contact with others. officials say that the risk to the general public does remain low. covid-19 monkey pox and now acute hepatitis. the world health organization says it's investigating an illness amongst some 650 children in 33 countries, and that includes
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here in the us doctors believe these probable cases of acute hepatitis in which symptoms are more severe, and a higher percentage of patients develop acute liver failure compared to previous hepatitis cases. the world health organization does not know how it's transmitted, but they have not ruled out person to person contact. parents are being advised to look for symptoms that include jaundice, which is a yellowing of the skin or eyes. families dealing with that baby formula shortage are going to be facing it for several more weeks, while two shipments of formula from the european union arrived in northern virginia and central pennsylvania over the week. the abbot baby formula plant. michigan is still closed. one of the major reasons for the shortage crossed our nation. fda chief testified this week and went into detail about the egregious conditions discovered at abbott's michigan plant. there is no dispute that the facility was unacceptably in sanitary, as evidenced by the consent decree. frankly, the inspection results were shocking. abbott laboratories.
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officials confirmed to congress that it's expected to open in early june and baby formula will begin trickling into stores about 6 to 8. weeks after that. the stanford community welcome ukrainian president vladimir zelensky. virtually. president zelensky received a standing ovation at stanford's freeman spell glee institute for international studies. he spoke and then took questions from students for more than an hour on friday. he remarked to the audience about how refreshing it was to see people living life normally in california, unlike the people of ukraine, who are experiencing life in a war zone , he said he remained hopeful that his country will prevail against russia. ukraine is the country where everything is possible. that was the case. now you know, the whole world knows
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that in ukraine even more. than possible. ukraine is the country who destroyed the myth about the enormous capabilities of the russian forces. president zelensky repeated that he does believe you crank can win this war but that it will be long and it will be costly. he encouraged danford students to be aware of the realities of war and to continue spreading awareness. president jo biden will soon be in california. the white house says. the president and the first lady will be in los angeles on wednesday, june 8th to host the ninth summit of the americas. that week long conference brings together governments from the western hemisphere to address a number of issues that include the economy, climate change and the pandemic. vice president kamala harris and second gentleman doug m. hough will also be participating in that summit. time always 7 51 of san francisco's most colorful celebration kicks off today. carnival will start at 10 30
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this morning along harrison street. there will be states performances, different boosts activities. from 16 through 24 streets. the annual festival was reduced to a resource fair in the past two years because of pandemic, but the full scale festival is back this year, the famous carnival parade. is tomorrow at 9 30. all right time now. what time is it? 7 51 that was fast. just rolling along. i'm glad to see i'm glad to see carnival back in san francisco. it's really a great event so colorful and the food and everything. it's fantastic. yes very, very festive. i'm going to say it's going to be a little bit cool out there in san francisco for today jacket for sure. think about maybe a few layers. we're looking at temperatures in the low sixties for san francisco in an onshore breeze. that will pick up in the afternoon. here's a live look over areas of the east bay where you can see a partly cloudy
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skies out there to start the day. you can also see on the side of your screen that tree that's just kind of shifting around indicating we've got some wind out there. we will have again the onshore pattern that will continue for your weekend high pressure overhead, but still looking at this system here, too. bring it down just a little bit, and as it does, it's going to introduce temperatures a little bit cooler than yesterday and a little breezy. once again. the future cast model shows you though, that rain is going to stick to the north. i think we may squeeze out just a few sprinkles this afternoon over areas like lake county as well as sonoma county. but most of this to the north of us because we are just right there on the southern edge. if you are thinking about going to napa, if you are going to be in santa rosa, if you're going to be in the north bay for today into the afternoon, looking at mostly cloudy skies and maybe maybe a little bit of drizzle, few sprinkles as we get into the early part of the week, temperatures rebound. but it look, perhaps dropping once again as another
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system moves through the pacific northwest, so sort of a back and forth this time of year with this new pattern in place, or the pattern of definitely different than earlier in the week when we were really, really dry and even had a red flag warning in place. this type of pattern, of course, helps us out when it comes to fire danger, relative humidity right now in sonoma over the mountains, 100% and ben lomond in the santa cruz mountains reporting 96% so we can be happy about that. yes yes . 53 degrees right now in san francisco, we have low fifties along the coastline, half moon bay. patchy drizzle out there this morning in the north bay low fifties to start the morning and napa upper fifties and livermore and 59 over san jose. the afternoon highs in livermore. going to be mild, low seventies expected for you as you get into the afternoon under a mix of sun and clouds and for the rest upper fifties at the coast to low seventies inland in the north bay, 71 for santa rosa for the peninsula, 73 in redwood city and for the east bay shore upper sixties in oakland, as well as hayward got the a's
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playing this afternoon. let's go, ace. given you a view here at the extended forecast temperatures will be only slightly warmer for tomorrow. come to holiday looking good, even a little bit warmer low eighties in the forecast for inland cities low seventies around the bay and then getting into tuesday looks to be the hottest or looks like tuesday and then into wednesday. wednesday is the hardest day winner inland cities back into the low nineties. back to you. well dr alfred or drag, peterson is blaming fantasy football for an altercation with cincinnati reds player tommy pham. kind of strange, but here we go. peterson has been one of the giants top hitters this season, he says last night in cincinnati reds players were taking batting practice. fan confronted him in the outfield and slapped him over the face. peterson says fam was angry about a transaction peterson had made in fantasy football league last year. fans sat out last night's game, while major league baseball says it will investigate. what happened and cincinnati as for the game
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between the giants and reds, disappointment for the men in origin black against one of the worst teams in baseball, the giants of reds had a two hour rain delay before the first pitch afterwards, the giants bats where ice cold could only score one run it muster, six sits as they dropped the opener 5 to 1, alex would will take them out at 1 10. this afternoon and the a's face the rangers just few minutes earlier. what? oh, seven this afternoon at the coliseum, the acer trying to rebound after losing another tough. one of the rangers scored five runs in the third inning, held the lead for much of the game, but the bullpen faltered for a second straight night in the ninth against the rangers. they allowed three runs, including a two run single. rangers get game two of the four game series by a final of eight o'clock. well great music is in the napa valley this weekend still ahead, the performers today and tomorrow that will take the stage at bottle rock, california woman found out years ago that her liver was
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representation. influence and economic opportunity, plus a special conversation with the woman behind sesame street's first asian american muppet. this is always been their mission statement is to make sure that like representation inclusivity is like in their their curriculum. um to fold in, like, you know, disenfranchised populations in the country and they're continuing it. it's just evolved in a different way with like an asian muppet who knew that this would have rap. and you can see voices for change tomorrow on ktvu warnings on to it will run from 7 to 9 30, followed by voices for change right here on ktvu. a woman in sacramento is launching a high profile campaign in hopes of finding a kidney donor. there are now 11 billboards across the sacramento area, asking for kidney donor for this woman, cynthia hall. she said she found out six years ago that her kidneys are severely damaged. well, local billboard company
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marquee media heard about her search for a donor and offered to help out must have sat in the car for 45 minutes and giggled like little kids just looking at the billboard just in disbelief. just from the bottom of hearts. we're so thankful for this the world to us and my son. he's 14. um you know, we want i want to see him going to college. i want to see him get married. i want to see i want to be with him. on their fourth wedding anniversary . they are hoping for that call that will give cynthia a second chance at life. calls for a thorough investigation into the quality shooting this morning. as more details emerge will tell you why the latest timeline is raising more questions. plus patriotism, honor sacrifice. those are just some of the lessons being learned this morning by hundreds of a area boys and girls at the golden
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gate national cemetery in san bruno. and one of the keys to asian cooking is finding those right ingredients coming up. we're gonna talk to a local tech entrepreneur who is making it so much easier for folks to find those specialty items. that may not be carried at their neighborhood grocery store. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. alright well, earlier this week, you may have been running your air conditioning, mother nature taking care of a little air conditioning of our own. this morning with those cool skies a little bit of a breeze and, yes, layering bundling. i think all of the above. i broke out my parka. for the unofficial start of summer. i'm like it is motivation. really yes. one isn't keeping us on our toes. welcome to mornings onto on this saturday. may 28th i'm claudine wong. everyone happy weekend. i'm frank malika. lots going on. we got carnival in the city. we got bottle rock up in the north bay are playing and you hit bottle rock. how was it last night? nice until the sun went
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down. jackets are us right temperatures in the fifties, but it's that wind, you know, because it's right. long the napa river. are you going to get you? yes, make sure you have a jacket? i had my picnic blanket sort of wrapped around me as a blanket around me towards the end of the night. meanwhile outsider doors this morning we are waking up with a mix of sun and clouds and you can see there as we get into your holiday weekend temperatures are going to be on the mild side for inland cities and cool at the coast today, tomorrow, a little bit warmer. on memorial day monday, starting out this morning with little bit of patchy drizzle. we'll have a look at the current conditions, the afternoon highs in the extended forecast coming up alright. thanks rosemary. well happening now some bay area boy scouts continuing an annual memorial day tradition at the golden gate national cemetery. they are going to be laying down thousands of flags on the grounds of that cemetery for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. let's go to ktvu james tour is joining us now from san bruno with that story. good morning, james. good morning to you, claudine. you
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can see all the action getting started here behind me. you see, that's those are some check in tents. you see, the number of groups were all coming in to check in and get started shortly after these groups are all part of the pacific skyline council that includes boy scouts, girl scouts and a number of other local volunteer organizations. their first step is to measure the correct distance from the tombstone and poke a hole in the ground. then they'll plant about 30,000 flags all throughout the cemetery. these groups couldn't do this for the last two years because of the threat of covid-19. but this year it's back, and they're happy to bring back that tradition while making some adjustments. we normally have a gathering around the corner over there that we have a speech and a lot of productions . we're not having that this year to try to eliminate that mass gathering. so we've adapted at this year to where the minute they check in. they go to their designated area and then start planting their flags. this gesture is meant to show honor
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for those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. defending our country will also acknowledging the history of the cemetery. let's take you back out. live here to cemetery and just over my shoulder. you see? some of the activities going on here in just a few moments, we'll start to see some of those troops of scouts all the volunteers out here, poking the holes in the ground and then eventually actually sticking the flags into the ground as well. they are expected to be here until about noon later this afternoon, and then all those flags we picked up next weekend after memorial day. we're live this morning in san bruno. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you now to the investigation into the school shooting in texas. authorities admit they were wrong to wait rather than to go into the building. and confront that gunman on tuesday . reporter madeline rivera isn't vivaldi, texas this morning. why didn't why didn't they protect kids high here and you've aldi texasies reveald response to the deadly shooting at rob elementary school. the
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incident commander inside the building believed the 18 year old gunman was barricaded and children were no longer at risk for more than 45 minutes. investigators say nearly 20 officers were in the hallway. as students and teachers repeatedly called 911, but some here are urging people not to rush to judgment until you walk a mile in the officer's shoes. you cannot make a decision like they did. the latest timeline differs from initial police accounts, raising even more questions. texas governor greg abbott says he was misled and is calling for a thorough investigation imperative that the leaders of the investigations about exactly what happened. get down to the very second. that was metal in rivera reporting. meanwhile giants manager gabe kapler says he will not take part in the national anthem prior to games to protest the nation's political direction following that texas school shooting. i
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don't plan on coming out for the anthem going forward until i feel like um there's. i feel better about the direction of our country. so that will be the step. i don't i don't expect it to move the needle necessarily. it's just something that, um i feel strongly enough about take that step. i think it's 1998 on his personal blog about gun violence, kapler said he needs more time to consider specific actions that should be taken to prevent more tragedies such as stronger gun control laws. for more voting centers are opening in cities across the bay area this morning ahead of california's june 7th primary. san mateo county is opening up centers in daly city, burlingame, pacifica and several other cities. voting centers will also open today in parts of santa clara, napa and sonoma counties. state election officials are hoping these voting centers will make it easier for californians to cast their ballots in next month's election. voters in the south
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bay should expect to see or hear some of the candidates that are running for san jose mayor, the top candidates are going to be working hard all weekend long to get out the vote candidate receives more than 50% in this upcoming june primary. they are automatically elected and do not have to run in the november general election. santa clare county supervisor cindy chavez has spent the most money in the campaign. with all the candidates combined imp into tht mayoral race. san jose city councilman met mehan is second at $700,000 other council members in the race. our deb davis, who has spent 220,000 and councilman raul perales says he's running third currently. in fundraising. central coast, assemblyman robert rivas could become the next assembly speaker . he issued a statement saying he has enough votes within the assembly and has met with current speaker anthony rendon to begin discussions about a transition. revis is the son of mexican immigrants who grew up in san benito county. he now
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represents parts of san benito, monterey, santa cruz and santa clara counties. you know? seven. let's talk a little weather and it is the unofficial start of summer. but no one got the memo . especially mother nature. it's cold out there. yes it is. cloudy cool, breezy, patchy fog and drizzle. we are going to continue with this pattern through the weekend. looks like monday will be the warmest day of the next three. if you are going to be out for today, it's going to be nice and mild, especially for inland cities along the coastline a bit cool, and here's a good picture of what is happening out there. so we've got the low clouds. we've got a little bit of blue sky up above the cloud if you're inland chances are you've got partly cloudy conditions and that water on the lens indicating we've got some patchy drizzle, especially along the coastline, maybe some inside the bay as well. we have a system that is working its way through the pacific northwest today. bringing rain to areas
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over washington, oregon, northern california and we are just on that southern edge, which means we could see a sprinkle maybe a little bit of drizzle. it favors the north bay it favors lake county showing you more on this in just a little bit outside our doors at this hour, half moon bay reporting visibility down about a half mile. so if you're traveling highway one notice that dark shade of gray, not only half moon bay, but our north bay coastline all the way down along highway when you're going to find that if you have an early morning drive planned there. meanwhile, the rest visibility looking good. the winds are on shore livermore reporting 12 mph sfl reporting eight as well as hayward, the onshore breeze going to remain even kick up a little bit getting into the afternoon afternoon. sea breeze temperatures a little bit below average for today for most 54 degrees right now in san francisco, 54 in nevada upper fifties for you, walnut creek. into san jose 62 to start the day now, the good news about the onshore breeze in this type of
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pattern. our air quality is good into the north bay as well as the central bay and through the south bay. we've got some good air quality today into the afternoon temperatures, especially for inland north bay. well below average 71 expected for you today. santa rosa. meanwhile, san francisco you're coming in just a bit cool at 62 upper sixties in oakland for folks thinking about heading to the ace game seventies and livermore low seventies for san jose. a better look at the afternoon highs for today, only slightly warmer for tomorrow and then a nice little boost as we get into memorial day monday more on this coming up in just a little bit. we will see a shortly. thank you. rosemary happening today it's day two of a popular north bay music festival. napa valley's bottle rock is back. the three day music festival kicked off friday what top headliners drawing thousands of visitors from all over the country to the napa valley. the music, the vibes, the fun things, the food, the wine, all the things. all great
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things, the crowd telling ktvu. they were most excited to watch metallica performed last night 21 pilots and barrier ferry. it's e 40 and two short among the artists taking the stage on this saturday. performers ending the event tomorrow include pink pitbull and alyssa kara. tickets to the festival, by the way, are sold out. for the right ingredients can make or break a home cooked meal, even here in the bay area, finding certain agent or hispanic. specially items can be tough. so we're going to talk live next with a tech entrepreneur who's making it a little easier to find those hard to find ingredients. this? this is supersonic wifi from xfinity.
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pach continues with a discussion of food and specifically groceries because when it comes to cooking asian and hispanic cuisine, the first challenge can be finding those key ingredients and local grocery stores. may not have what you need. that's why bay area tech engineer larry loo founded we, which is an online grocery company, headquartered in fremont, larry, welcome to the show. thanks for having me clouding. okay so you guys offer 15,000 products and you sent us a lot of these products that we have here with us. tell me about getting this company started because i know you ship the 48 states, so it feels like we
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should have an easier time finding some of these ingredients, but i know what i'm looking it's not as easy as you might think. even here. yeah exactly. i was immigrant coming to this country in 2000 and three so i had to drive 1.5 hours to the closest chinese supermarket, so i knew the problem was there in 2014. and apple and a lot of technology became ready. so we observe actually, a lot of people in the community asking communities started by things together in messaging apps that inspired us to create this app we offer offer easy, affordable access of food. the aston communities love yeah. you know, i think it's so important because especially, you know, anytime you're trying to cook something you wanted to be the way you know you either grew up with it or you know, and you can go to a restaurant and sit down and eat. but there's something about cooking foods and want to has dominated claudine. you always say food is your love language, and it is
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true. you know, this is what i like to do but 400 types of produce and you, you try to keep it local and fresh and shipped to 48 states. tell me how this actually traditionally works. we come back out here and show some of the products that we have, because literally on this table that you guys shipped us. i mean, you have everything from you know basic chips but to specific kinds of fruit and produce and all of this, you know, you kind of need all of it right? 400 types of produce that you do. how do you do that? yeah we actually create a network of 13 warehouses nationwide, and we would purchase those products from farms and wholesalers and importers. we also import a lot of products ourselves, so we're able to offer those great ingredients and the selections to our customers. tell me about the growth. i know that you say like it is. it is expanded kind of word of mouth community wide. you you you know, reward users for kind of spreading the news, but 2015 you started you got 1500 employees in this app started, you know, in 2017 tell
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me about what you've really seen from the people who say oh, i can get this. this is what i need. this is what i want. yeah actually, people really love what we offer. i realized that a lot of people were extremely underserved. they wanted the ingredients, but they couldn't get so when we launched the app just we leverage the word of mouse. people just tell each other and we were able to grow, um more than 100 times since 2017 are there some ingredients that you think are harder to find than others. you know, when people are really saying this is what i can't get some of it, i think produce wise. maybe. part of the problem right because they wanted fresh. what are you finding that? you know, when we look at just some of the items that you have here which are are so many? i mean, you have some things you know, like bok choy, which i find a little easier to find. but there are other types of items. what do you find that that maybe is the hardest to source. yeah for example, dragon fruits and thai eggplants. you're looking at 10. they are not that easy to find, and even
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for back choi in the barrier, it's easier but for love asian hispanic folks living not in the in the metropolitan areas. it's harder for them to find as well . so we're really offer that access to people that they really appreciate that. you also find that maybe you're getting people outside the aapi community, too, who want to try some things maybe live in other places and say, you know, i've always i've always wanted to try that. there are plenty of things here that i have never i have never had. you know, as i mean, i've had kimchi, obviously, but some of these things, you know, i haven't had a pancake mix, right. so like as i'm knocking over all the groceries, people want to try different things. that's why the fence favorites. um so yeah, absolutely a lot of people they actually wanted to eat asian and hispanic food. they know they love those restaurant. however they don't know how to cook. so we offer the ingredients. also we offer recipes and instructions for ah
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people to learn how to cook those dishes. um so in addition to just being a place to shop, we also have a lot of user community. strong user communities. people share information about love that i love to be able to talk the learn how to do something new as well. i gotta ask you during the pandemic, it seems to me that this would be a great system to get people what they need, especially when they couldn't leave. the house. did you see some big growth during the pandemic? yeah absolutely. we have grown more than 10 times since early 2020 and the demand is still strong because again, people didn't have easy, affordable access to such food. so once they learned about the service, and they really love it and keep using, we i love it really interesting. i'll be very curious to watch where this goes ahead. i mean, you already have a great success. and so many offerings. i appreciate you joining us on the show and best
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of luck to the company. and the app. yeah thank you so much for having me from we've based in fremont. thanks so much. all right. let's talk weather rosemary back with a look at the forecast. plus, we're also talking about elon musk indicating there may be a benefit to the country of some americans face bankruptcy. we're going to talk about that tech billionaires when big tobacco's products were found out to be killers,
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to you ready for the big holiday weekend? i'm ready to keep my jacket back in my car. maybe get away blanket earlier in the week and like, so it's so hot, and now the parker is back in the front seat of my car. i tell you, yeah, that's bay area living. yes you know you're around. you need all clothes for all seasons. we drive to brentwood and probably warm up right? yeah seventies 70 really mild relative right? and you know, especially this time of year. you're either freezing,
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perhaps at the coastline or inland. you are enjoying that very nice weather, giving you a look outside our doors earlier in the week, record breaking heat, even nearing 100 degrees. you remember that not happening today we are going to be below average in many spots. that's a beautiful shot there over alameda have just a sliver of blue in between those clouds. low clouds, patchy fog along the coastline, even patchy, dense fog this morning half moon bay reporting half mile visibility. james torrez is out there this morning talking about a little bit of drizzle. so we've got some drizzle over parts of the bay area. we are on just the southern end of a system that is going to work through the pacific northwest in parts of northern california today. we may see a little bit of a sprinkle activity over areas of the north bay, maybe lake county . it's not going to be much, but again, we may see some of that half my or looks like two miles. visibility at half moon bay, so improving just a little bit. it will continue to fluctuate until
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this fog lifts and pulls away just a little a little. in a little while. we do have sfo reporting it onshore breeze at eight. hayward at seven. livermore at 12 notice again coming from the west, so that's helping to bring us some cleaner air air quality today is good and the onshore breeze is bringing with it that cooler weather and you know the humidity is up. so some good news there when it comes to fire danger for this time of year 54 degrees right now in san francisco 60 for you in concord low sixties in san jose. yeah i'm giving you a look here at the air quality from the north bay down through the central bay and the south bay that good air quality is expected to remain in place. for today. the onshore breeze is actually going to pick up into the afternoon. so if you will be close to the coast if you are thinking about san francisco few headed an apple for the festival. bottle rock. you're looking at cool, breezy conditions with the deeper marine layer in place. the future cast here getting into the afternoon. i'll stop it for you two o'clock or so were
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partly cloudy. but notice what is just north of us a little bit of a blue there on the screen, and it does sink all the way into sonoma county. by five o'clock or so and then it shifts into areas of the central and south bay right around eight o'clock. now you can see here that there's not much going on when it comes to rainfall, but we will have the clouds there and we could see a few sprinkles wouldn't be a big deal. 54 degrees. oh, we talked about those numbers already. here's a look at napa for today. partly cloudy sixties by lunchtime 70 degrees. going to be the warmest part of the day and then getting into about eight o'clock sunsetting temperatures rolling back into the fifties and do expect it to be breezy out there very close to the river. so if you are thinking about being in the north bay thinking about napa be prepared with the extra layers 73 for livermore today 73 in redwood city, and the extended forecast here temperatures slightly warmer for tomorrow. even warmer for your holiday monday into the low eighties for inland communities. we don't stop there. upper eighties low nineties by
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wednesday for our inland cities seventies around the bay back to you. thank you. rosemary california is joining forces with new zealand fight climate change, the governor and the prime minister just send a ardern announced that partnership at san francisco's botanical garden golden gate park yesterday, the court outlines broad areas for cooperation. some of the biggest areas they're targeting include electric vehicles and sustainable farming. 41% of our greenhouse gas emissions come from the tailpipe, but you add an additional 10, plus percent from the extraction of fossil fuel. so it's over. 50% this is the game changer, zealand. our biggest challenges food production, and that's why you've seen us push very very progressively on how we can ensure we maintain our position is being the most sustainable food producers in the world. california's climate change partnerships with other countries, including canada, mexico and china. tesla ceo elon musk is making some
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controversial remarks about the current state of the u. s economy. the billionaire believes that both a recession and many bankruptcies would actually benefit the us in the long run, must posted a statement on twitter that says, quote money has been raining on fools for too long. he also believes working at home during the past two years of the pandemic has made many americans quote. lazy. up next. the body police department facing tough criticism over its response to that school shooting what we're learning about the department's recent active shooter training coming up plus someone scotland police car and started to chase across three counties last across three counties last night, and this is how and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her.... you love her.... ruh roh. what are you doing here?
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along the water, but tiny, tiny sliver of blue hanging out there this morning, but it is chilly and i think some days were like, oh, it's going to warm up. don't worry about it. maybe worry about it unless you're gonna be outside a lot. good morning. welcome back to mornings onto i'm claudine wong. if you're still abed, it's good because you're snuggled up. you got a little bit of fog out there no big deal, but when's it all going to go away? let's find out rosemary oroczo. well when you say all go away, perhaps not. yes we are looking at the warmer weather as we start the business week. i know not in time for the weekend. if you like it cool if you like it cloudy. hey, this is your kind of a holiday weekend. we will have a mix of sun and clouds for the entire day. the onshore breeze picking up this afternoon and temperatures for most going to be below average upper fifties at the coast to low seventies inland with a little bit of fog and patches, drizzle to start the day as well. better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for your holiday weekend. coming up sounds good.
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here's the latest at 8 31 top law enforcement officers in your body. texas now admit they made some grave airs in the response to tuesday's deadly school shooting. please commanders formally disclosed yesterday they took nearly an hour to confront the 18 year old gunman while he was inside the school due to a lack of communication and some other logistics. some witnesses say they saw more than a dozen law enforcement officers. outside the school as parents pleaded for them to go in. these guys had. vests they had tactical weapon vests, and they had their guns and they did nothing but hold people back. just, you know. keeping people at bay like they couldn't come in. they were not allowed through crying. many witnesses say law enforcement officers should have rushed inside the school immediately to stop that shooter, a former swat officer who is now a police consultant, agrees. it's uncomfortable. i
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don't know how anybody could have made that decision. none of the my former appears that i've talked to can understand it. uh the only thing that i could think of is that somebody with not a lot of experience, the other thing that is just amazing to me. is that somebody on the scene? one of those officers on the scene didn't go against his his orders. when they're hearing shots continue to be fired. 19 children and two teachers were killed in that gunfire tuesday. what appears the police officers who responded to the school shooting and evolved, he ignored the rules now widely accepted by us law enforcement agencies. the new york times reporting that police officers in vivaldi were trained just two months ago on how to respond to an active shooter in a classroom and according to that training manual, the first priority is to move in and confront the attacker. and it highlights that a single officer may need to confront the suspect on their own, even if it means risking their lives. in addition, the training manual says first
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responders who are not willing to risk their own lives to save the innocent should quote consider another career police and you've all the admit they waited an hour before confronting the teenage gunman inside that school. meanwhile the national rifle association is holding its annual convention in houston this weekend. the republican lawmakers who are speaking inside that nra convention are ignoring demonstrators and rejecting calls for new restrictions on guns. for millions of americans the right to keep and bear arms is not theoretical. it's not abstract. for a single mom in a dangerous neighborhood. it is a matter of basic security. yesterday texas senator ted cruz doubled down on his views on stopping school shootings, saying there needs to be better campus security and mental health screenings. some scheduled speakers and performers backed out after the school shooting in eovaldi. including two texas lawmakers and american pie singer don mclean. the nra convention does
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continue through tomorrow. the stanford community welcome ukrainian president vladimir zelensky. virtually. as you can see, president zelinsky received a standing ovation at stanford's freeman spogli institute for international studies. he spoke and he took questions from students for more than an hour on friday. and remarked to the audience about how refreshing it was to see people living life normally in california, unlike the people of ukraine, who are experiencing life in a war zone , he did remain hopeful that his country will prevail against russia. ukraine is the country where everything is possible. that was the case. now you know, the whole world knows that in ukraine even more. than possible . ukraine is the country who destroyed the myth about the enormous capabilities of the
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russian forces. many thought that president repeated that he believes ukraine can win this war, but that it will be long and it will be costly. he did encourage stanford students to be aware of the realities of war and to continue spreading awareness. the president will soon be here in california. the white house says that president biden at first lady will be an l. a. m. wednesday june the eighth to host the night summit of the americas. the weeklong conference brings together governments from the western hemisphere to address a number of issues, including the economy, climate change and the pandemic. vice president kamala harris and second gentleman doug emhoff will also participate in that upcoming summit. san francisco police are releasing new video of an incident which officers shot and killed two men last week who were fighting with knives. ktvu is amber lee reports on that video and the police account of what happened. drop the knife right now, sir. police say four officers shot and killed two men who were
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involved in a knife fight on may 19th around eight pm at mariposa and alwyn streets and interstate to 80 in san francisco. police say the officers fired their guns after the men repeatedly failed to comply to orders to drop their knives. you told me that he was attacking you correct. correct. i need you to drop the knife so that we can sort this whole thing out. we don't want to hurt you say they used less than lethal weapons, such as discharging form baton projectiles, but say when one man was about to stab, the other officers fired their guns, one man died at the scene, the other at the hospital. the medical examiner says both men died from gunshot wounds. police chief bill scott listened to people who called into the town hall even if it took all night. if you really care you would stand by until they dropped the knife. it was just insane. how many police officers were there, and any change of the escalation was
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completely thrown away. and i just feel that this is a failure of leadership. australia training. police originally responded to a 911 call made by a woman driving in the area person with two large sticks. under like beating the #### out of a like a little. it looks like a shelter where someone else might be living witness recorded the cell phone video, which captured what appears to be the attack in shadow, violently beating it over and over and over again, police say what was recovered at the scene included 11 handgun casings, one rifle casing and three knives. the two men killed have been identified as 57 year old michael mckinnon and 49 year old rafael mendoza, without suggesting a premature judgment on the appropriateness of the force used in this particular incident. i can express on behalf of all of us in our department, our condolences to the family friends and loved ones of mr mendoza and mr
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mackinnon. the police have not said how long before officers who fired their guns have been with the department. the california department of justice is leading the investigation into this police shooting. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. a sacramento woman is headed to prison for punching a southwest airlines flight attendant 29 year old viviana kenyans was sentenced to 15 months in prison and she was ordered to pay more than $300 1000 dollars in fines and restitution. she did admit to knocking out two of the teeth of a flight attendant during a flight from sacramento. to san diego last may. authorities say she got angry after being asked to wear masks and fasten her seatbelt. the court says she must also attend anger management classes and is barred from flying on commercial planes for at least the next three years. 8 39 your time big holiday weekend. let's check in with rosemary off to a chilly start, but, uh, she'll be pretty mild right? it will be mild inland along the coastline,
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though it will be cool. so gear up if you're thinking about heading to the coast for today. we have some nice weather. very pleasant, a little bit cool for this time of year. outsider doors at this hour, a mix of sun and clouds giving you a live look here from the oakland estuary across over toward san francisco, where you can see just a few slivers of blue. if you look very closely on the right hand side of your screen notice there are some people out walking the dogs. i think they all have jackets on we will have an onshore breeze that continues for today. that sea breeze expected to pick up just a little bit. here's a look at the system that is providing us with this cool pattern. it's going to bring a little bit of rain to areas over washington, oregon, northern california. we are just on the southern fringe. so we've got the cooler air the deeper marine layer the onshore breeze a little bit of patchy drizzle out there this morning and temperatures again running cool for this time of year. getting in a bit closer visibility over half moon bay was two miles just
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a little while ago. now back down to quarter mile that patchy , dense fog that dark shade of gray right along the highway one, an indicator that we've got it fairly widespread along the coast. outside of that visibility looks good this morning and the winds onshore fairfield picking up just a little bit 20 mph right now. oakland reporting 9 14 and napa . uh so what's kind of nice about this right? is fire dangers down our relative humidity is up. that's great news. take a look at areas over big rock in the north bay relative humidity. 95% oakland north in the hills 100% relative humidity earlier in the week when our temperatures were near 100 degrees inland. we were critically dry, and we even had a red flag warning in place. temperatures for today are going to be for fifties at the coastline to low seventies inland. you can see half moon bay starting out at 58 or 54 only expected to go to about 58 . so we are looking at very cool
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weather along the coast in the deeper marine layer. going to be with us for today. only minor changes coming tomorrow and then a little bit of warmer weather coming in for memorial day monday. if you're going to the a's game for today, very pleasant in the stand, 67 degrees west breeze 15 mph at game time when i was seven, oakland expected to top out in the upper sixties for today, right about average san francisco a little below average at 62. 71 is santa rosa. well below average santa rosa, typically about 78 this time of year, a better look at what you can expect for the rest of the weekend. if you're going to bottle rock for today, i'll have a look at that forecast. in the extended forecast after the break. okay thanks. rosemary people. east department recently received active shooter training will tell you what we're learning about that training and how last week's tragedy. should have been handled, according to the training manual first. a rising number of covid cases, prompting more americans to mask up indoors
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shos week. the state's test positivity rate is now at 7% that's a 1.5% increase from the previous seven day period. hospitalizations are also up. across the state. and more americans are masking up this holiday weekend as new covid infections are on the rise. despite comes as health experts released new data on long covid conditions, jonathan serrie has more from atlanta. covid cases are once again climbing across the country, cdc data show. we're now averaging more than 100,000 new infections per day, nearly double the rate of a month ago. deaths are lagging indicators still remain low. despite his prompting several schools, including the university of hawaii and u c. l a to reinstate indoor mask
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mandates masks on in class is a small price to pay to really mitigate the infections very significantly. the cdc is also recommending people mask up indoors while traveling for memorial day. travel volume is expected to hit pre pandemic levels this weekend. but with infections climbing, some are making last minute changes to their plans like you're in a time warp stuff, even though for many people, things are normalizing. i still am quite cautious. meanwhile researchers are sounding the alarm on the dangers of long covid. the world health organization defines the condition as symptoms that last for at least two months after diagnosis. a study published in nature medicine found vaccines were less likely to prevent the post covid syndrome. health experts maintain the shots are still effective at preventing severe illness. especially if you were sick recently. or if you had a recent booster, even with these immune evasive variants, they're showing impact
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against hospitalization. still the cdc says long covid conditions include fatigue, dizziness and brain fog. in atlantic often. siri ktvu, fox two news. well family is dealing with the baby formula shortage are going to be facing it for several more weeks, while two shipments of formula from the european union arrived in northern virginia and central pennsylvania this week, the abbot baby formula plant in michigan is still closed. now one of the major reasons for that shortage the fda chief testified this weekend went into detail about the agree gis conditions that were discovered at abbott's michigan plant. there is no dispute that the facility was unacceptably insanitary, as evidenced by the consent decree. frankly, the inspection results were shocking. abbott laboratories. officials confirmed to the congress that it is expected to open in early june, and baby formula will begin trickling into stores about 6 to 8. weeks
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after that. what is san francisco's must colorful celebration kicks off today. carnival will start at 10 30 this morning along harrison street. there will be stage performances and different boosts activities. from 16 through 24 streets. this annual festival was reduced to a resource fair in the past two years because of the pandemic, but the full scale festival is back this year, the famous carnival parade. is tomorrow sunday morning, and that starts at 9 30 jackets are optional, but highly recommended recommended. yes it's always optional, but you might regret it and you might, you know, borrow jackets take one off. expensive to go buy one. yes this is true. borrow one guilty of buying something a bottle rock last night. it was it was that chili? yeah gear, metallica sweatshirt. it was actually a bottle rock one looking at merchants to zip up. no it's ok
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to talk anyway. 150 or just 100 . don't go there. i did get a $10 off coupon through the app girl. you must know. good morning to you. we are looking at a cool weather for napa again today. more on that in just a moment. here is a look into san francisco where we've got the cloudy skies overhead patty drizzle along the coast and inside the bay and poor visibility along highway one this morning. this cool pattern going to last through tomorrow. temperatures are going to be just slightly warmer on sunday and then a little bit warmer on monday, i'll show you the extended forecast. after we explain what's going on out there. the pacific northwest washington, oregon, northern california custom green, we are on just the southern edge of this system here that you can see. it's breaking down the ridge of high pressure just a little bit, at least for the next couple of days. the onshore breezes back with us the cloud cover and again the cooler conditions saturday evening.
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we've got some rain still over the pacific northwest. it slides across the bay area will introduce a few sprinkles a possibility for lake county sonoma county. maybe in napa for today, but it's you can see for yourself here. it's not really a big deal. you don't need the umbrella or anything. it's not going to last not going to bring us the beneficial rain that we would like tuesday wednesday that ridge is strengthening and that storm truck is going back north. so we're going to warm things up, but it looks like we made cool things down a little bit as we get into thursday, friday, so that's way down the road. let's take care of what's going on for today and into the weekend. this pattern bringing us good air quality and nice onshore breeze out there this morning that will pick up in the afternoon so close to the coast inside the bay. you're going to feel that along the napa river bottle rock today, you'll feel it. 56 nevada right now. 54 in san francisco upper fifties and walnut creek. so temperatures this morning. relatively mild but into the afternoon. these numbers are silver degrees below average for the inner north bay
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napa going to 70 degrees for the second part of the day and then getting into sunset 58 degrees. but again, it's the breeze that is really going to make it cool out there. 73 redwood city for the afternoon today 73 for the inner east bay of concord along the coast. you will need the hoodie 58 degrees. expected for areas over pacifica half moon bay. your extended forecast temperatures nudge up just a few degrees on sunday, so a little bit warmer could be a bit windy as that ridge begins to rebuild . we've got monday tuesday wednesday. temperatures continuing to climb into the low nineties by wednesday for inland cities after seventies around the bay back to you. up next in the state church will have to rebuild after a fire cut at the building yesterday morning. very early. we're going to have an update on that investigation next, and the giant bats go into the deep freezing since that against what's the worst teams in the mlb? we're going to talk. in the mlb? we're going to talk. giants and az when we come back [sfx: computer sounds]
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mene campaign in the hopes of finding a kidney donor. there are now 11 billboards across the sacramento area, asking for a kidney donor for cynthia hall. she says she
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found out six years ago that her kidneys are severely damaged. a local billboard company, marquee media, heard about her search for a donor and offered to help out the jury of the johnny depp. amber heard defamation trial is off this weekend. jurors will continue deliberations when they returned and closing arguments yesterday, depths lawyers described her as a deeply troubled person. his attorneys claim heard ruined depths. life by quote, falsely telling the world she was a survivor of domestic abuse. over the course of that six week trial heard testified that depth physically and sexually assaulted her over a dozen times. we ask you to give mr depp his life back. by telling the world that mr death is not the abuser, misheard said he is and hold misheard accountable for her life. you have been entrusted with a serious task. what does it stake in this trial is a man's good name. depp is suing her for $50 million over a 2018 up ed, she
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wrote in the washington post it in it. she described herself as quote a public figure representing domestic abuse. jury deliberations will resume. on tuesday morning. up next memorial day. tradition is back this morning. we're live from san bruno, where boys and girls are marking the holiday was services with service to our fallen heroes. plus we're celebrating aapi heritage month and bringing in a filipino fusion food truck to ktvu senior cizik is cooking up some terrific food for us and talking about the influence behind their food coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two good morning, everyone welcome back to morning san two at the nine o'clock hour another hour to go before our saturday kicks off. and if you're heading out, grab a jacket. it is a little chilly, especially around the coast. and the bay. it's
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going to be a mild day. welcome to ktvu mornings onto it is saturday. may the 28th i'm frank mallicoat. let's get you outside . immediately talked to rosemary and get a little quick peek at that forecast, which looks a little gloomy right now we've got some cloud cover out there. patchy fog. patchy drizzle temperatures will be on the mild side is frank mentioned a moment ago on the cool side along the coast. upper fifties to low seventies for today, only a tad warmer for tomorrow. breezy conditions expected throughout as well, a little bit warmer. come memorial day monday. better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for your holiday weekend . coming up. all right. we'll see in a couple of minutes. rosemary thanks new this morning, oakland police say one person. is in custody this morning, accused of stealing a patrol car and then crashing it that chase and it in this crash. this is in vallejo last night, police say an officer was responding to a report. of an unrelated assault on lake park avenue in oakland, when a person jumped into a marked patrol car
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and it sped off and led to a police pursuit from oakland all the way up to vallejo, where police say the suspect crashed into a pole. it's still not clear the suspect was injured in that crash. and now to the investigation into the school shooting in texas. authorities admit they were wrong to wait rather than go into that building and confront the gunman on tuesday, reporter madeline rivera's and you validate texas with more why didn't why didn't they protect kids? emotions running high here and you've aldi, texas authorities revealing a delayed response to the deadly shooting at rob elementary school. the incident commander inside the building believed the 18 year old gunman was barricaded and children were no longer at risk for more than 45 minutes, investigators say nearly 20 officers were in the hallway. as students and teachers repeatedly called 911, but some here are urging people not to rush to judgment until you walk a mile in the officer's
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shoes. you cannot make a decision like they did the leaders. timeline differs from initial police accounts, raising even more questions. texas governor greg abbott says he was misled and is calling for a thorough investigation imperative. the leaders of the investigations about exactly what happened. get down to the very second. meanwhile, the national rifle association holding its annual convention in houston this weekend, protestors outside renewed calls for gun reform. inside speakers, including former president donald trump doubled down on increasing security in schools. the existence of evil in our world is not a reason to disarm law abiding citizens who know how to use their weapon and can protect a lot of people attacked us. mother of era ktvu faster news more demonstrations are now underway on this day two of the national rifle association's convention in houston, an event
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that's taking place less than 300, miles away from yeah. val f protesters have gathered outside the convention hall in downtown houston. many are wearing t shirts holding up sides honoring the 19 children and two teachers who were gunned down in this week's school shooting. in that same state. yesterday. texas democrat beto o'rourke join the protesters to express his very strong support for tougher gun laws. the time for us to have stopped duality was right after parklands. time for us to have stopped you. balance was right after santa fe high school. time for us to stop the next mass shooting in this country is right now, right here today, every single one of us. iraq is currently challenging republican greg abbott in the race for texas governor. gun safety groups have strongly criticized
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governor abbott for his response to this week's school shooting. san francisco giant manager gabe kapler says he will not take part in the national anthem prior to games to protest the nation's political direction following that texas school shooting. i don't plan on coming out for the anthem going forward until i feel like um there's. i feel better about the direction of our country. so that will be the step. i don't i don't expect it to move the needle necessarily. it's just something that, um i feel strongly enough about take that step. kapler wrote on his personal blog as well about gun violence, kappler said he needs more time now to consider specific actions that should be taken to prevent more tragedies such as stronger gun control laws. in our nation happening today, hundreds of volunteers are placing down flags at the golden gate
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national cemetery in san bruno was volunteers include boy scouts, girl scouts and cub scouts. they are taking part in an annual memorial day tradition that came to a screeching halt. over there. covid-19 pandemic. james torres joins us live from san bruno with more on that story, james good morning. good morning to you, frank at the project that's going on for more than an hour and a half now, and you can see some of the progress these groups have made here. more than 30,000 flags will be planted here at the national cemetery. they're trying to gather or rather trying to cover all the ground here. the process is pretty simple. they use a tool to measure the correct distance from the tombstone. place the flag a hole in the ground, and then they put the flag in and if it's done right, the flags should all line up perfectly. i spoke to an eagle eagle scout this morning who says he's been part of this event for as long as he can remember, and this year just means more. think it does, i think it can feel like all the
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sentiments from the past three years has come together for this one. right, so it has a lot of impact for me. the flags are an acknowledgement of the sacrifices and the history of the cemetery. the volunteers here say they plan to wrap up for the day by about noon. let's take you back live out here in san bruno at the golden gate national cemetery with the flags will stay in place until after memorial day. a team of scouts will then pick them back up next weekend. we're live this morning in san bruno. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. already james. thank you for that. let's get you outside. you gotta sneak peek at san bruno, but a dear friend of mine j. indonesia this sent me a text said come on. it's not gray everywhere. we've got blue sky and 60 degrees indonesia, so i guess it depends where you are. you're right. and i love that. i love the shout outs because right behind me, i've got two pictures of fog, more fog, little bit patchy drizzle. so it's nice that some folks at least if you enjoy the
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blue skies in the sunshine, that's exactly what is hanging out outside your door. we are going to be with a cool pattern for your memorial day weekend, the unofficial start to summer. going to have below average temperatures for most. here's a look over sfo. a lot of clouds there. we do have a little bit of a breeze as well in the onshore breeze going to be with us even a little stronger into the afternoon as this system works its way through the pacific northwest in northern california. we are right there just on the southern fringe of it, so we have a deeper marine layer. the onshore breeze with us a little bit of patchy drizzle in some areas. temperatures a bit below average and a little bit of patchy, dense fog right along the coastline, dark shade of gray hugging, not just half moon bay, where the reading is quarter mile, but pretty much the north bay down through monterey. if you are thinking about taking a drive along highway one, you're going to find a lot of fog this morning and patchy, dense fog. it will begin to lift and pull out just a little bit as we get
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through the mid morning late morning hours the onshore breeze through fairfield 17. mph napa reporting 15 conquered reporting 10 the good news with this type of pattern, good air quality fire dangers down. 54 degrees right now in san francisco, upper fifties and napa, so this is an improvement. here are north bay location started out in the low fifties. meanwhile, we have 61 in fairfield, already 65 in brentwood as well as conquered. and in san jose 63 outside for you. we do have the oakland a's playing a little bit later today. game time. one oh 7 67 degrees and the west breeze to 15 mph, so it's going to be gorgeous in the stands. we've got upper sixties in the forecast for downtown oakland today sixties in san francisco, low seventies in napa, if you're thinking about heading to bottle rock for today, going to be nice in the afternoon. going to be cool in the evening 73 for conquer today. here's a look at what you can expect. if you're heading to tahoe 48 degrees right now in south lake tahoe
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low fifties in areas over blue canyon and into the weekend temperatures will be slightly warmer on sunday and then cooler on monday under mostly sunny conditions and breezy conditions at times. the extended forecast shows you as we get into our holiday, we are looking at temperatures slightly warmer for tomorrow, even a little bit warmer on memorial day monday. temperatures continue to warm all the way into wednesday. better details on this forecast coming up. sounds good. thank you. very often. next elon musk indicates there may be a benefit to the country if some americans face bankruptcy coming up that tech billionaires controversial remarks coming up.
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somt paid church. it broke out early yesterday morning at the pentecostals and the bay area church in pittsburgh. huge fire caused that roof to collapse as the fast moving flames. gut it many parts of the building. a number of church members rushed to the scene after getting word of the fire, including the construction foreman, who helped build the church from 25 years ago. he transformed a theater into a place of worship. it's heartbreaking, literally. i want to cry blood, sweat and tears that went into this. it was. it's a labor of love. there are no reports of any injuries yesterday at that church fire in pittsburgh, california is
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joining forces with new zealand to fight climate change. governor newsom and the prime minister jacinda ardern. announced the partnership at san francisco's botanical gardens in golden gate park yesterday. that accord outlines broad areas for cooperation. some of the biggest areas they're targeting include electric vehicles and sustainable farming. 41% of our greenhouse gas emissions come from the tailpipe. but you add an additional 10, plus percent from the extraction of fossil fuels. so it's over. 50% this is the game changer, zealand. our biggest challenges food production, and that's why you've seen us push vary. very progressively on how we can ensure we maintain our position is being the most sustainable food producers in the world. california's climate change partnerships with other countries. they include canada, mexico and china. east bay regional parks department is warning families that several popular swim facilities will be closed over the holiday. weekend
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closures include del valle, shadow cliffs and lake anza. officials cite water quality, low water conditions or construction swim areas that are open do include, like to moscow and oakland, castle rock pool and walnut creek and crown memorial beach. in nearby alameda. california's employment development department says it stopped millions of dollars in fraudulent payments, the very latest fraud attempt once again hit unemployment claims that involve the use of paper and facts, claims. e g. d officials say they recently found 47,000. fraudulent claims and if those had been processed what it costs the department $560 million. tesla ceo elon musk is making some controversial remarks about the current state. of the u. s economy. billionaire believes both a recession and many bankruptcies would actually benefit the us in the long run, must posted a statement on
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twitter. that says quote. money has been raining on fools for too long. he also believes working at home during the past two years of pandemic has made a number of americans lazy. 9 15. kind of a lazy day to sleep in because we've got a little morning dew and fog out there, but once again, j. indonesia says the sun is coming eventually. yeah i agree, frank. when it's cloudy and cool outside is kind of a slower start to the day is definitely when you hug your coffee a little bit harder. and you just say i'm going to read the paper. go online, relax a little bit easy. but if you have the sun shining, you may have an itch to get out the door. we do have temperatures in the fifties, even some sixties for inland cities already this morning into the afternoon along the coast and inside the bay inland communities. running below average, although still going to be mild for our inland cities. here's a look over sf over. we have the low clouds and fog and
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we know that that was sometimes impact arriving flights to sfo, if you know somebody coming in today. maybe check on that before you go out to grab them. storm tracker to hear ridge of high pressure breaking down just a little bit. we have a storm moving through areas of the pacific northwest northern california. we are just on the southern edge of it, and we are going to get the onshore breeze the cooler temps a little bit of patchy drizzle this morning, maybe a sprinkle over lake county and sonoma county for today, but we're already into 11 o'clock this evening. and it kind of moves through and you didn't see much at all. can't rule out the possibility of squeezing out a little bit of drizzle. if you sprinkles this afternoon over the north bay and further north, but it's not going to be much. it's not going to be that beneficial rain that we are used to. you're going to be a bottle rock. you may appreciate that we will have a warmup come our way as we get through sunday monday tuesday, even wednesday as the storm truck it's pushed back to the north by thursday, though it looks like it may drop in once
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again, maybe cool things down. so the deeper marine layer in place the cooler air the onshore breeze, bringing us good air quality. and improving our conditions. when it comes to fire danger, notice the relative humidity in the sonoma mountains 100% ben lohman reporting 92% in the santa cruz mountains and even mount diablo this morning. relative humidity is 81% earlier in the week when we had that to heat wave moves through temperatures were up in a relative humidity critically. low at about 10% in some spots. 54 degrees right now in san francisco, low sixties and walnut creek mid sixties in brentwood, san jose good morning at 63 napa good morning at 58. look at the temperatures where we typically should be for this time of year and where we will be a little cool for this time of year in san francisco at 62 upper sixties in oakland, so right on target, santa rosa several degrees below average at 71 afternoon highs around the region upper fifties along the coast to low seventies inland in the north bay will go 69% rafael
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along the peninsula. 70 for san mateo. your extended forecast today is going to be one of the coolest days temperatures only slightly warmer tomorrow on monday looks to be even better if you're planning on getting outdoors, maybe thinking about doing some barbecuing eighties far inland communities low seventies around the bay warmer on tuesday and then into the nineties for some inland areas on wednesday. we've got upper seventies around the bay, frank. rosemary thanks for bringing asian fusion cuisine right here to ktvu coming up. senior sister is here at ktvu preparing food for us, and we're gonna show you how they turned up filipino staple into a bay area of food truck favorite coming up in about a half an hour, but first we're getting an update on the war in ukraine. the very latest says russia appears to strike
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twos in eastern ukraine, where civilians are fleeing nonstop artillery attacks by russian forces. volunteers are helping elderly residents with limited mobility who are having a lot of trouble escaping through narrow apartment buildings and staircases. in recent days, the russians have stepped up their bombardment in the donbas region . ukraine's defense ministry is describing the onslaught as quote. maximum intensity and there are deep, deep concerns that when the bombing is over, there won't be anything left for those who do return home. united
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nations urging russia now and ukraine to abide by the international humanitarian laws. as airstrikes in chilling appeared to hit civilian targets . we are continuing all sort of ramp up our efforts to provide life saving humanitarian aid and support to millions of ukraine's impacted by the war. we have now reached 7.6 million people. that's 11% increase from the 6.85 we reached by the end of last week. the us also is very concerned that airstrikes have resumed in the city of kharkiv, which had been relatively calm. in the last week. at least seven civilians were killed today in a blast near a metro station. nike is very latest companies shut down operations in russia because of the war in ukraine, the company, which operates throughout the country, says it will sell off the remaining goods it has. but once those items are sold that nike stores will be shut down. other major companies, including starbucks and mcdonald's have ceased operation in russia in light of
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the invasion in neighboring ukraine. chefs who love cooking up asian hispanic cuisine often face a challenge. they can have a very difficult time finding key ingredients needed for many of these recipes because many local grocery stores just don't sell them, however, help us now available from barry, a tech engineer larry loo. he's the founder of we online grocery company headquartered. in fremont. we spoke to him live last hour on mornings onto i was immigrant coming to this country in 2000 and three so i had to drive 1.5 hours to the closest chinese supermarket, so i knew the problem was there in 2014 and apple, and a lot of technology became ready. so we observe actually, a lot of people in the community asking communities started by things together in a messaging apps that inspired us to create this app we to offer offer easy, affordable access of food. the
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committee is love. coming up later this hour. we're gonna have another treat from barry of foodies on this holiday weekend . world famous chef senior cystic will join us live their food truck. they're cooking up right now. that's coming up. at 9 45. we'll be right back after a couple of things. that community continues to mourn the loss of 19 kids and two teachers in val, d. texas after the break the outrage from the community following news that police took almost an hour to stop that shooter and stanford students had a chance to hear from ukrainians president what he told the stanford students right
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is back this morning. we are live from san bruno, where boys and girls are marking the holiday with service to our fallen heroes. plus, we're celebrating api heritage month and bringing in filipino fusion food. ktvu senior assistant cooking up some terrific food for us and talking about the influence behind their food coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. earning good morning. oakland time to rise and shine on what should be a terrific holiday weekend, although a little bit cloudy around the coast, but i'm
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told i'm good accord. there is blue sky to be found in and around the bay area. welcome to ktvu. it's morning on two. it's saturday. may 28th i'm frank mallicoat. let's get you outside . talk to rosemary oroczo the out of the gate rather, there we go. what looks like a pretty mild memorial day weekend. i guess right? yes, frank. it's going to be. it's going to be nice. it's not going to feel like summer on this unofficial start to summer weekend. but temperatures will be climbing. today's is expected to be the coolest day of the three day weekend. we do have a little bit of fog out there as we've been noting, and we've got a little bit of patchy drizzle sun clouds and a bit of a breeze, with temperatures below average in many spots. better details on today and the rest of your weekend coming up. sounds good. thank you. rosemary happy today , hundreds of volunteers or out placing down flags at the golden gate national cemetery in san bruno. they are taking part in an annual memorial day tradition. that came to us halt during covid james torres joins his life. he's in san bruno with
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that story, and it looks like they've already gotten to work there, james yeah, no doubt about it, frank. it's a beautiful sight to see this morning and they've got a lot of progress done this morning. this isn't just any sort of volunteer groups. these are groups that make up the pacific skyline council that includes boy scouts, girl scouts and a number of different military veterans. and right now they're planning about 30,000 of these flags to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice process. pretty simple. they use a tool to measure the correct distance from the tube stone to place the flag hole in the ground and then put the flag in and if it's done right, the flag should all line up. perfectly volunteer explains the meaning behind the gesture. the scouts takes a reference that i am honoring you. i am honoring what you've done, and i'm honoring your dedication to america. the tradition couldn't be done for two years due to covid-19 scouts this morning, say this year feels more
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meaningful because of that they plan to wrap up for the day by noon. let's take you back. live out here in san bruno, this is golden gate, the golden gate national cemetery, where the flags are flying their set in stone here. and there are still plenty of them to be put on. like i said, they'll be doing this for the next about 2 2.5 hours here. those flags will stay in place until after memorial day than a team of scouts will pick them back up. clean up. and that will happen next weekend. we're live this morning in san bruno. i'm james torrez, ktvu fox two news. james thank you top law enforcement officers in your body texas now i met they made some grave errors in the response to tuesday's deadly school shooting , please, commanders formally disclosed yesterday they took nearly an hour to confront the 18 year old gunman while he was inside the school due to a lack of communication. and some other problems. some witnesses say they saw more than a dozen law enforcement officers outside the school as parents pleaded for them to go inside. these guys had. vests they had tactical
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weapon vests, and they had their guns and they did nothing but hold people back. just, you know. keeping people at bay like they couldn't come in. they were not allowed through crying. many witnesses say law enforcement officers should have rushed inside that school immediately to stop the shooter, former swat officer who is now a police consultant, agrees. it's uncomfortable. i don't know how anybody could have made that decision. none of the my former appears that i've talked to can understand it. uh the only thing that i could think of is that somebody with not a lot of experience, the other thing that is just amazing to me. is that somebody on the scene? one of those officers on the scene didn't go against his his orders. when they're hearing shots continue to be fired. 19 children and two teachers were killed in that gunfire earlier this week. stanford community welcome ukrainian president
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vladimir zelensky virtually. there he is. the president received a standing ovation at stanford's freeman spoke glee institute for international studies. he spoke and took a number of questions from students for more than an hour. on friday, he remarked to the audience about how refreshing it was to see people living life normally here in california, and i, like the people of ukraine who are experiencing life. in a war zone, he remained hopeful that his country will prevail against russia. ukraine is the country where everything is possible. that was the case. now you know, the whole world knows that in ukraine even more. than possible. ukraine is the country who destroyed the myth about the enormous capabilities of the
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russian forces. thoughts that president zelensky repeated that he does believe ukraine can win the war but that it will be long and costly, encourage stanford students to be aware of the realities that were continue spreading that awareness. president jo biden will soon be right here in california. the white house says president and first lady will be in los angeles. that will happen wednesday, june the eighth to host the night summit of the americas. the weeklong conference brings together governments from the western hemisphere to address a number of issues, including the economy , climate change and the pandemic. vice president kamala harris and second gentleman, doug emhoff will also be participating in that summit in l. a. san francisco police are releasing video of an incident which officers shot and killed two men last week who are fighting with knives. ktvu is amberleigh reports on that new video and the police account of exactly what happened? drop the knife right now, sir. police say
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four officers shot and killed two men who were involved in a knife fight on may 19th around eight pm at mariposa and alwyn streets and her interstate to 80 in san francisco. police say the officers fired their guns after the men repeatedly failed to comply to orders to drop their knives. you told me that he was attacking you correct. corrupt. i need you to drop the knife so that we can sort this whole thing out. we don't want to hurt you. police say they used less than lethal weapons, such as discharging form baton projectiles, but say when one man was about to stab, the other officers fired their guns. one man died at the scene, the other at the hospital. the medical examiner says both men died from gunshot wounds. police chief bill scott listened to people who called into the town hall even if it took all night. if you really care you would stand by until they dropped the knife. it was just insane. how many police officers were there and
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any chance of the escalation was completely thrown away. and i just feel that this is a failure of leadership. australia training. police originally responded to a 911 call made by a woman driving in the area person with two large sticks. under like beating the #### out of a like a little. it looks like a shelter where someone else might be living witness recorded the cell phone video, which captured what appears to be the attack in shadow, violently beating it over and over and over again, police say what was recovered at the scene included 11 handgun casings, one rifle casing and three knives. the two men killed have been identified as 57 year old michael mckinnon and 49 year old rafael mendoza, without suggesting a premature judgment on the appropriateness of the force used in this particular incident. i can express on behalf of all of us in our department, our condolences to the family friends and loved ones of mr mendoza and mr
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mackinnon. the police have not said how long before officers who fired their guns have been with the department. the california department of justice is leading the investigation into this police shooting. amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. time now at 9 37. some new state debtors shows covid cases are up this week. states test positivity rate now at 7% that's at 1.5% increase from the previous seven day period. hospitalizations are also up across california, and more americans are masking up over the holiday weekend. as new covid infections do rise. the spike comes as health experts released new data on long covid conditions. jonathan siri has more now out of atlanta. covid cases are once again climbing across the country, cdc data show. we're now averaging more than 100,000 new infections per day, nearly double the rate of a month ago. deaths a lagging indicator still remain low.
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despite his prompting several schools, including the university of hawaii and u c. l a to reinstate indoor mask mandates masks on in class is a small price to pay to really mitigate the infections very significantly. the cdc is also recommending people mask up indoors while traveling for memorial day. travel volume is expected to hit pre pandemic levels this weekend. but with infections climbing, some are making last minute changes to their plans like you're in a time warp stuff, even though for many people, things are normalizing. i still am quite cautious. meanwhile researchers are sounding the alarm on the dangers of long covid. the world health organization defines the condition as symptoms that last for at least two months after diagnosis. a study published in nature medicine found vaccines were less likely to prevent the post covid syndrome. health experts maintain the shots are still effective at preventing severe illness. especially if
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you were sick recently. or if you had a recent booster, even with these immune evasive variants, they're showing impact against hospitalization. still the cdc says long covid conditions include fatigue, dizziness and brain fog. in atlantic often. siri ktvu, fox two news. new numbers from the cdc shows. thousands of people died from the flu of this past season. the cdc estimates between 4500 to 13,000 people died from influenza. between october the first of may 21st. that's slightly lower than before the pandemic. when 20,000 people died. agency also says at least seven million cases of the flu were reported this season. in between 274,000 patients had to be hospitalized with flu like symptoms. those numbers are also much lower compared to before the pandemic when there were around 35 million flu related illnesses. second suspected monkeypox case has been identified in sacramento county
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. health officials say this case is believed to be connected to the first case found earlier this week. both patients are isolating in their homes and reportedly have not been in contact with others. officials say that the risk to the general public does remain very low. covid-19 monkey pox and now acute hepatitis. the world health organization says it's investigating an illness amongst them 650 children in 33 countries. including the u. s doctors believe these are probably cases of acute hepatitis hepatitis rather in which symptoms are more severe, and a higher percentage of patients develop acute liver failure compared to previous hepatitis cases, the w. h o does not know how it's been transmitted but have not ruled out person to person contact. parents should look for symptoms such as jaundice. that's a yellowing of the skin or the eyes. and families dealing with the baby formula shortage are
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going to be facing and for several more weeks, while two shipments of formula from the european union arrived at northern virginia and central pennsylvania this week. the abbot baby formula plant in michigan that's still shut down and one of the major reasons for the shortage by the way, fda chief testified this week and went into detail. about the egregious conditions that were all discovered at that. abbott michigan plan. there is no dispute that the facility was unacceptably in sanitary, as evidenced by the consent decree. frankly, the inspection results were shocking. abbott laboratory officials confirmed to congress that it's expected to open sometime in early june. baby formula will begin trickling back onto store shelves in about 6 to 8 weeks sometime in mid to late july. alright get a big weekend. we've got carnival. we've got the a's playing a lot of folks heading up the bottle rock and what do you suggest hide, say, dress in layers for
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sure. if you're going to our carnival, make sure you bring a jacket. we have cool conditions in the city of san francisco this weekend and the onshore breeze. meanwhile the oakland a's game going to be fabulous with pleasant weather in the stands for you there, live. look outside our doors at this hour. we do have a mix of partly sunny . partly cloudy skies. this is a beautiful view over alameda, where you can see the low clouds. they're hanging overhead. patchy fog and patchy drizzle reported along the coastline and inside the bay. we do have our inland cities enjoying the blue sky this morning storm tracker to here watching this system move through areas of the pacific northwest northern california for today, and we are just on that southern edge that is going to bring us the temperatures below average the onshore breeze that patchy drizzle and fog out there this morning with the deeper marine layer. half moon bay right now, visibility is six miles. it's been fluctuating anywhere from quarter mile 23 miles and now six miles, so beginning to lift just a little bit. it does stretch from the
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north bay down in the monterrey that the thicker fog. meanwhile the rest of us looking good when it comes to visibility. if you have to be under the highways, you're a okay. the onshore breeze at sfo. 15 mph livermore reporting 10 that onshore breeze bringing us good air quality for today and our relative humidity is up, which is great news. of course, when it comes to trying to, um keep that fire danger away 90% relative humidity and big rock in the north bay, oakland reporting 100% relative humidity, so there are definitely some benefits to having this cooler pattern in place. 54 degrees in san francisco right now, low sixties in walnut creek, mid sixties and brentwood into the north bay temperatures are in the upper fifties. napa as well as santa rosa and san jose. got 63. our future cast here will show you that the clouds continue to sweep across the bay area, so we'll have a mix of sun and clouds for today. i want to stop it here at five o'clock, though. notice what's going on here? there is a possibility of maybe a little bit of drizzle. maybe a
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few sprinkles lake county over areas of the north bay and then it does begin to shift. it's not going to be much, but the takeaway there is partly to mostly cloudy afternoon with maybe a little bit of drizzle out there again. most of us are going to remain dry for the colosseum today. oakland a 67 degrees west greased about 15 mph under a mix of sun and clouds, so again, very pleasant in the stands, our temperatures are going to be below average. in most areas. 71 for santa rosa 62 in san francisco, oakland, right about where you should be up for sixties for you there, oh, seventies livermore as well as san jose. i have a better look at the afternoon highs for today and the rest of your holiday weekend as a warming trend. does warming turn gets trend. does warming turn gets un [sfx: computer sounds]
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caldera. how are you? i'm good. how are you? have you and the man behind all of it? gil pay you more. how are you? good. how are you guys? you guys are all college buds, right? high school high school. oh wow. you go deeper than that. how did this all come about? well, we started off in 2010. me and my buddy gil. we thought of an idea to put filipino fusion food inside of a food truck. and then you know, we just did it and grew from one truck to six trucks, and now we have breaking mortars were going to be opening in the ferry building pretty soon as well. and jill tillis about filipino food. what what is filipino food? i'm filipino american myself. and this is something we infused with, like mixing cuisine. but filipino food is we're serving seasick right now. and that's the base of our menu. senior seasick what is seasick? let's take a look as you guys create the cc tacos right here. we have cilantro cream sauce. we have some chopped jalapenos. we have some lettuce. and again if you want a little bit more spice, we throw a little bit more. and over here we have a burrito. it's called
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the sr burrito with chicken. see sig and we have a double garlic, rice pinto beans. the chicken season. we're going to throw some lettuce and pico de guy on it. oh my god, this looks pretty darn good. we're going to have to do a little tasting, but we'll we'll get back over here. um, where are your trucks? by the way. they're mostly mostly and in the bay area right now, so i mean our schedules online at cc .com senior cc .com and they roam around. and what's it like having four trucks that run around? it's a lot of work doesn't mean we had six at one point, and, yeah, i mean, it's more work than you would think i mean, moving vessels that a lot of things can go wrong. but we've started to open restaurants as well. so we have restaurants, food trucks that go. you know all around the bay area, and is this kind of a 24 7 thing? you guys are busy. aren't you definitely were growing or expanding, you know, definitely. we have a great team behind us. but, yeah, we're busy to grow even more and more and it's a filipino american. what does it mean to share this food in these traditions? here in california?
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it's important. you know, i just want to represent my filipino culture to the to the best of our ability and use my platform at senior seasick to kind of let everyone know we're here to support the filipino culture and asian american pacific. alright jill, when you do a food segment, there's one thing you have to do. you gotta taste it. all right. so let's dig in. what do we got? all right, we got the tacos here. throw a little lime on there, all right? and this is the pork tacos, and it's spicy right now, with the cilantro cream sauce that looks good. this is not deep food, is it? no, it's comfort food. go for it. never gets old. never gets old right now. do you serve this back home to your family? yeah. i mean, we actually got this recipe from jill's father, you know, so we used to go to his house and eat this at family parties all the time. so we took it kind of from the saving dish and started to put it in different items like burritos and tacos and fries and nachos and it goes with everything
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right? doesn't matter. what does see sig mean. so c c is a filipino traditional filipino dish using, um, traditionally made with the pork said, but we use the pork shoulder marinated in soy, citrus vinegar, spices. charbroiled and it's kind of like a, um, an appetizer dish, which we change it up a little bit. start putting in the burritos, tacos and rice plates. you get me hooked. where you guys going to be this weekend? you can catch us at our restaurant. you know that? that's a 24 7. i'm not 24 77 days a week. in the mission at 9 90 valencia street. alright guys . well happy memorial day weekend. you know what i'm gonna do? i'm gonna i'm gonna have a little bit of food right now. but we're going to toss it back to rosemary and i do promise i'll bring a little bit in roseberry take it away. few bites. that's all i need. good morning to you. we have a fabulous weekend in store temperatures are going to be a little bit below average for some, which means our inland cities will be enjoying the seventies. however along the coastline more like upper
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fifties. here's a view of storm tracker to provided by that system there. we've got areas over the pacific northwest washington, oregon, northern california, all seeing some light rain for us. it's just a cooler pattern, and we're starting out this morning with the low clouds. the patchy fog, little bit of patchy drizzle along the coastline and just inside the bay as well. today is expected to be the coolest day of the three day weekend, so the onshore breeze is on and it is going to increase into the afternoon. expect that sea breeze along the coastline. san francisco inside the bay if you're going to napa for today for bottle rock right along the river that onshore breeze pulls in in the afternoon, so expect a breezy won a cool one. i'll have a look at that in just a moment. here is a look at the forecast for the winds anywhere from 10 to 20 mph or so as we get into the second part of the afternoon and into about sunset. that's when we typically see some of those breezier conditions before
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they begin to settle down into the evening hours. temperatures right now. 54 degrees in san francisco. we have low sixties in walnut creek upper sixties in brentwood low sixties in san jose, and into our north bay, 57 nevado 59 santa rosa. the nice thing about this pattern good air quality in store for today. and fire danger, thankfully, coming down just a little bit with relative humidity up this morning, all the way to about 100% in some of our hills. here's a view of what you can expect. if you're going out to bottle rock into the afternoon lunchtime number 65 degrees 70 expected at four o'clock in the afternoon kind of the warmest part of the day and then into sunset, right about eight o'clock. we've got 58 degrees expected so the temperature is not bad going to be mild, but again, it's going to be that breeze that kicks up in the afternoon and early evening hours that could make things feel really cool. 62 degrees for san francisco today, upper sixties if you're going to the a's game going to be nice, pleasant in the stands seventies
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and conquered seventies for the south bay over san jose headed to tahoe for the weekend. going to be dry going to be nice going to be a little bit cool 50 degrees right now in south lake tahoe low fifties in truckee into the afternoon for today, i'm partly cloudy conditions upper fifties on saturday, sunday sixties and then a little bit cooler come monday. for the extended forecast here at home. temperatures are going up on sunday will go up just by a few degrees a little bit more on monday, right now, monday looks like it's going to be the warmest day low eighties in the forecast for inland cities low seventies around the bay. and the heat continues tuesday into wednesday, now into the upper eighties, low nineties for inland cities upper seventies around
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sacn for punching a southwest airlines flight attendant 29 year old viviana kenyans was sentenced to 15 months in jail and ordered to pay more than $300,000 in fines and restitution. she admitted to knocking out two of the teeth. of a flight attendant during the flight at a sacramento to san diego last may. authorities say she got angry after being asked to wear a mask and fasten her seatbelt. the court says she must also attend anger management classes and is barred from flying on commercial planes for at least the next three years, happening today in san francisco, volunteers will begin
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work on putting up most of the pink triangle doesn't of people will be out at twin peaks this morning. they will connect still cables and assemble 1.5 miles of pink streamers. organizers say these streamers will be set up in three rows and eventually flutter in the breeze. and sparkle over the city. volunteers will finish hanging the streamers tomorrow and then set up the pink triangle outline. they will then hold a commemoration and lighting ceremony and that will happen on wednesday night. happening today as well. it's day two of the popular north bay music festival napa valley's bottle rock is back. yes. three day music festival started friday, with top headliners drawing thousands of visitors from all over the country. all the go see napa valley. the music, the vibes, fun things. the food, the wine, all the things. crowd telling
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ktvu. they were most excited to watch. metallica performed 21 pilots and barea favorite t 40 and two shorter among the artists taking the stage today, performers ending the event tomorrow do include pink and pitbull tickets to the festival , by the way, are sold out. and, uh, one lady that was there last night is here to tell us about our weather. how was here this morning last night? always so much fun out there. yes we saw metallica who had never seen before, but you like them. amazing performance. oh, my goodness. hats off to them and in the lineup is great tonight. pink tomorrow, which i'm really bummed. i don't get to go to i guess, right? yes. so it is going to be cool. out there temperatures right about 70 degrees for the afternoon. but it's that breeze that kicks up in the afternoon. that will really get you so if you're going to bottle rock, make sure you have a jacket. we have a warming trend, though that will carry us through the rest of the holiday weekend for those of us
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tuesday and wednesday on tuesday and wednesday, pretty good shape nineties for inland cities little taste of summer back in the forecast. i love it. okay, rosemary. thank you so much. have a great weekend, everybody. the following program is sponsored have a great weekend, everybody. we'l by the international fellowship of christians and jews. ukraine is in crisis. the fate of the jewish people in ukraine is both grim and terrifying. for them, it's simply life and death. the international fellowship of christians and jews has been providing aid to jews in ukraine and across the former soviet union for over 30 years. and because of the crisis, we are now doubling our efforts to ensure that no one is without the food,

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