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small spark could eventually erupt into a large wildfire warning on this memorial day about the risk of high fire danger with firefighters say you should know to make sure your holiday get togethers stay safe. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. may 30th memorial day. yes you may be lounging a little extra with your coffee today, maybe even sleeping steve, but it sounds like it's going to be a nice day. all systems go for a nice stay. i would agree with that. yeah we had a windy as you know, weekend a cool one saturday. that's for sure. but everything's cleared out. there's any fog would be very light. very little patchy fog at best. so look for a lot of sunshine. today temperatures actually bumping up a little bit pretty close to where they should be sunny for all monday fund, a mostly clear morning. little cool for some, but it won't take long to warm up
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sunday nights. breezy and temperatures pretty close to where they should be. this time of year. i going to alley or back to the desk, ali, there you are. thank you. good morning, over to me. good morning, steve . you know i'm going to borrow your words if there's any like the fog. if there's any traffic out there today, it should be very little very light. we're not expecting a whole lot. on the roads this morning. that's what we see on our traffic cameras. bay bridge toll plaza nice and clear. if you're heading to the airport, or if you're taking the cemetery, a bridge to the airport, sfo. you'll have no problems at all. it's very short drive, easy drive, no traffic problems on the east shore freeway this morning. four oh, one. let's go back to the desk. thank you. organizer's aback. aviles yesterday celebration today. today's event will go on as planned. despite a shooting last night. it happened on the festival grounds just before eight p.m. at andrews park on the east martavis to avenue. police say an off duty officer helped to arrest an 18 year old from suisun city. who is accused of wounding an 18 year old from fairfield. the suspect is facing charges of attempted homicide
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assault with a deadly weapon violating probation place in sacramento have arrested a third suspect in last month's mass shooting in the downtown area. officers say i'm tula, peyton was taken into custody in las vegas saturday night. he now faces murder charges in connection with the gunfire that killed six people and wounded 12 others during the early morning hours of april, 3rd this was a gun battle between two rival gangs. the evidence shows that the rival gangs gang members armed themselves with weapons. two brothers, smiley and deandre martin are already in custody, accused of taking part in last month's mass shooting in downtown sacramento. time is now 40 to the justice department now plans to examine how texas law enforcement officials responded to last tuesday elementary school shooting and yuval, d texas. the family members and community members are angry that the police didn't rush into the
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school to rescue the children as soon as they knew a gunman was inside. officials say they were treating the scene as a barricaded suspect, not an active shooter. the president biden and the first lady joe biden met privately with the families of the 21. people who died as well as with other members of the school community , who say the president's visit helped them. a lot of hurting hearts everywhere, whether it's at the church or the school or here. i think it's good that he came to express his sympathy for the community, and i believe the community appreciates that as well. this is a time to come together and set differences aside. the bidens also saw the temporary display honoring the shooting victims. with photos, flowers and candles for each of the 21 victims. community leaders say more should be done to prevent another tragedy like this one. but tougher gun control measures have been bogged down in congress for years and here at home. the church in alameda has a special
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tribute to the polity shooting victims outside of towers united methodist church will note street there are 21 chairs with flowers in the names of the 19 children and two teachers killed in that mass shooter. tens of thousands of airline travelers are having a tough time getting around this holiday weekend because hundreds of us flights are canceled and thousands more are delayed. want to take you live to san francisco international airport this morning flight aware reports, almost 5000 flights were delayed yesterday, 546 flights were canceled. mostly because of bad weather and airline staffing shortages. fairly. we had implement weather. and so my flight got delayed four times and council and i finally arrived in atlanta this morning. three o'clock a m. in the morning. it was just a horrible experience. already today, 992 flights have been canceled by airlines around the world. more than 4300 flights have been delayed by 15 minutes or more so far, bay area flights are off to
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a pretty good start. only two flights canceled at sfo one flight canceled at san jose in 26 local flights are delayed. but at this early hour airports don't have very much traffic, with most airlines starting service at six a.m. so the numbers may start to change in the next few hours. time is about 405 millions of people playing memorial day road trip this holiday weekend and for california drivers, gas prices are hitting record highs. ktvu is elissa harrington talked to people who had tough decisions to make because of those gas prices. can't even fill my tank . more pain at the pump exactly 35 miles on that. gas prices in california soar above $6 a gallon at this horrendous chevron it's $6.49 per gallon. scott's billman said he has stopped driving his pickup truck as much as he would like. can't really even afford to drive this to my normal working back every
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day. i have a motorcycle. i used to get 70 miles to the gallon, so and drive that resident jim bean said he usually works from home so does not have to drive too much but is still considering big changes concerns about oil based products anyway , so i think eventually we'll switch over to all electric. this is probably my last gas car. the golden state has the highest gas prices in the country with one gallon of unleaded gas, averaging $6.13. the national average is $4.61. industry analysts blame the global supply crisis, a shortage of crude oil and russia's war with ukraine for these record high prices, not too excited about it being expensive, but pretty much of a choice. got to get to work and do the things i need to do. um hope we get some relief soon. relief is not expected anytime soon, especially following what's expected to be a busy memorial day weekend. i don't foresee oil
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prices really dropping all that dramatically and if more people are hitting the road, and you have this sort of increased demand at gas stations you could see these prices stay high throughout all of summer and into the fall. got to 25 bucks like i'm not going to fill up, especially when it's like this expensive drivers like blanca jimenez only put 20 or 30 bucks in the tank to avoid spending too much to fill up. at this emeryville 76 station. a gallon of gas will cost you $6.79. it's a lot because you know, i commute over to tanner fell for work, so doesn't last very long . gas prices take away money from grocery shopping, and she's not able to put that much into savings. if prices continue to climb drivers i talked to said they do have a breaking point. i don't know maybe $10.10 dollars a gallon. we're not going to be going too many places expects nearly 35 million people to travel by car this holiday weekend. elissa harrington ktvu,
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fox two news. all right. thank you. alyssa despite plans to try to bring some relief to californians paying high gas prices, don't expect it any time soon. governor newsom and lawmakers have not worked out a deal to provide some kind of statewide rebate to help pay for increasing gasoline prices. the governor wants to send $400 to every car owner in the form of a debit card, but some democrats in the state legislature want to send everyone refund checks. governor newsom says the legislature's plan could delay rebates until october time is 408 in the east bay near pittsburgh. strong winds pushed the vegetation fire over the weekend. it started saturday, but reignited yesterday burning 50 acres in the wetlands near the river. contra costa county firefighters fought it on the ground and from the air is large plumes of smoke filled the scarred officials say no homes or buildings are in danger. the flames are going to smolder for a few days. the cause of the
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fire is under investigation. and people celebrating memorial day weekend need to be aware of the high fire danger. there is a red flag warning for parts of solano county again this morning and farther inland towards the sacramento valley. that means firefighters are warning people who are breaking out those charcoal grills for holiday party. you need to keep an eye on those fires as high winds are in the forecast again. one big tip from fire crews make sure the grill is not set up somewhere in the direct path. of the wind. that's where we really get into danger, because as soon as the spark hits these dry grass behind me that fire can carry, especially with 15 to 20 mile an hour winds. usually when it's really windy, i just used the gas grill. it's a little more controllable with the lid. we try to make sure we barbecue kind of like a you know when the sun is going down a little bit where it's a little bit cooler and not too much heart to where it can pick up. fire crews are also warning against memorial day bonfires and reminding people not to use any outdoor
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gas powered equipment like a lawnmower or those weed whackers are pretty popular right now. because of that high fire danger . good advice pad. alright time is 4 10. steve paulson's back. but you still say today should be a nice day. looks like it weekend. yeah it'll be a little warmer here, so we're not too hot not to cool temperatures will slowly warm up and then tomorrow we'll get a bigger jump. at the end of the week looks cooler again as we transition from may to june, this pattern of a windy pattern april and may looks like it's going to continue for the first week of june. sonoma mountains 46 cool degrees for this time of year. that's cool. 50 diablo, north of 34, ben lomond mountain 15. northwest at 24, so some cool air a lot under mostly clear skies. that's for sure. a little bit of patchy fog goes water temps came down a little bit, especially bodega bay in point, reyes still very cold. 48 49 degrees a little bit of a breeze. there's not much nevada west at 20. some of the higher elevations. you saw a little stronger, but the wind will pick
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up later this afternoon. it's not too bad right now. 28 in truckee 34 in south lake tahoe 50 sixties out in the valley, even in southern gallivan uk is at 49 monterey in sacramento, both 52 the low we had on saturday that made for a cool, windy day. is now into the northern rockies. the high will build in for a few days. temperatures will start to warm up a little bit here. this graphic i think is left over from friday. i think i don't know where it came from, but that's what happened kind of a cool pattern here but warming up a little bit now watch as we head towards the end of the week and into the weekend rain probably not. but there will be a system coming in. that will keep us cool and breezy, especially as we head towards friday, saturday and sunday. sixties seventies and eighties on the temps after today that we get a quick pop tuesday wednesday, and it cools right back down again into the week. all right. thank you, steve. the matchup is said for the nba finals of next, the advantage the warriors have against the boston celtics. also south way
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concord is facing charges of driving under the influence. laura hop mr has issued a statement confirming her arrest. it happened last week. the vice mayor says she was pulled over by police and clayton after having dinner and wine with friends statement. she takes full responsibility for our actions and promises it takes steps to make sure she's never arrested for d u i again. sam south bay candidates on the ballot in the upcoming election , say thieves are going after their campaign signs. ktvu lamonica peter spoke to one of those candidates who has a theory about why it's happening. right now. he is running for the district seven seed in san jose and says hundreds of her campaign signs have been stolen . she has her own theory as to why her signs are disappearing. it's just not like fun time, but at least some of them is two or three times. so i feel that someone did not want my name out there and didn't want me to win
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this election or whatever. so that's what they did. so it's that i feel very frustrated about this only says her campaign volunteers get written permission to place yard signs on people's property in district seven, and if they change their minds, she'll remove the sign. she says replacing them will cost her from 4 to $8 per sign, and i did report with san jose police department at that time, it's only 175. but now it's more than 200. 25 you know sign have been lost only is facing off against incumbent maya esparza and beyond duan, san jose district five candidate rolando bania also says his campaign signs are being taken. on may 22nd he tweeted these photos that included a license plate number, asking people to contact san jose police if they see this brown toyota tundra, he says the person driving had been seen taking his yard signs. ktvu
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reached out to bosnia but didn't receive a response. bon lee says, despite her yard signs being stolen, she's moving forward with her campaign. so what i believe is, um, this is maybe it's a dirty politics. um but i kept saying, you know, i would stay positive because i'm still knocking the door. you know, to talk with the, uh, voter to talk with president matt mehan is running for mayor in san jose, and he told me that he, too, has had hundreds of signs stolen. lee says that san jose police told her that she must be able to identify someone responsible for stealing the signs. but until then, there's not much they can do to help. lamonica peters, ktvu fox two news, monica. thank you time is 4 17 governor gavin newsom, who tested positive for covid will continue to isolate through thursday. that the governor in a tweet said he's only had mild symptoms. he is vaccinated and
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he received his second booster shot almost two weeks ago. the positive test came just hours after he met with new zealand's prime minister. yes, india ardern as part of a climate change event. the governor's office says he doesn't know how he picked up the virus, but he's now taking paxil bird to fight those symptoms. enforcement officers in lake tahoe say they are cracking down on dangerous behavior in the water as the busy summer tourism season gets underway. they are increasing patrols along lake tahoe 72 miles shore line to watch out for voters who are out on the lake. after having too much to drink. officers will also crack downnd lifejacket requirements. there are an estimated 15,000 boat trips in like tahoe between memorial day. and labor day. hi pam. time is 4 18 and steve paulson back again with your memorial day holiday forecast looks nice mentioned that it looks like a pretty good day here overall, not too hot not to cool breeze will kick in,
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but we're under clear skies. the system that was responsible for the cloud government. a little bit of drizzle from light rain to the north has moved out. so we look good here. water taps cold, though. so anytime you get a little warm up fog is usually on deck. their upper forties low fifties continue to be very cold. as we transition from the end of may and two june, and if they stay cold, that means june gloom probably is in the forecast. little bit of a breeze. most of it's in the higher elevations. still not that bad, though. twenties and thirties on the temps forties fifties sixties 60 for us now, 50, santa maria 60 bookends san diego and los angeles. there's the system we had on the weekend and the rockies. high pressure in between the next system will give us a warm up, but just a teeny bit today, but more so starting tuesday, wednesday before we call it right back down again. and possibility. now again, this is still six days out. probably saturday. maybe some rain. maybe some rain dried out. it happens, but it will be on the cool side here. 60 seventies to near 80% tomorrow, bigger jump some mid eighties, maybe a few operators to near 90 on wednesday. then another system slides in and the cooling
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begins. process all the way into the weekend. alright sees 90. your time is for 19, the manager of the san francisco giants, getting attention for his new protests of the national anthem. why he says he may already be cutting it short. and parents desperate for baby formula are going to great lengths to get their hands on it. that now has some california families leaving the country. pre-rinsing your dishes? you could be using the wrong detergent. and wasting up to 20 gallons of water. skip the rinse with finish quantum. its activelift technology provides an unbeatable clean
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4 22 and americans are now going south of the border to get baby formula because of the shortage here in the us, some americans are now crossing into mexico to buy baby formula americans have been seen in tijuana buying baby formula at pharmacies, even big box stores like costco. scammers are looking to take advantage of desperate people looking for formula. most of the scams involved online transactions now make sure that the website is secure with the h t. t p s at the beginning that s stands for
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should have voted to convict her based on the evidence presented in her trial. back in january, a jury in san jose found holmes guilty of four counts of wire fraud. she's due to be sentenced and september with each of the charges carrying a maximum prison term of 20 years. elizabeth holmes was also find a quarter of a million dollars. well the district attorney of san francisco wants a local fishermen to pay up after being accused of illegal crab. fisher a fisherman from alejo is accused of setting crab traps in the north carolina island state marine reserve, which is a protected area. prosecutors they would. agents from the department of fish and wildlife pulled those traps out of the water. they found a license number connecting the traps to that fisherman's. both the fishermen allegedly told wildlife officials he didn't know the area was protected. he's now facing fines of almost a million dollars, as well as a misdemeanor charge. a new video from apple's human resources department discourages workers
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another effort to try to sanction russia over the invasion of ukraine. what presidents alinsky wants his allies to do to try to put more pressure on vladimir putin, plus one extra moment to remember that somebody out there gave their lives so that we could have the freedoms we enjoy. this weekend, there will be several sombra celebrations on this memorial day. we'll tell you about a ceremony held in the bay area honoring fallen soldiers from world war two. don't forget you can have the morning headlines delivered right to you by signing up for the ktvu newsletter just had two ktvu .com/ email to sign up for that daily
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all you can do is start thinking about your opponent. the warriors now getting ready for their opponents in the nba finals. why they say they already have an advantage over the other team. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for joining us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's monday. it's may 30th. it is memorial day and i can show you steve paulson. he's right here in the paulson office. that is correct holiday monday and we do have some cool loans here, you guys for this time of year, some upper forties and very low fifties here from out of the ruby hill golf club in livermore, 49. palo alto's 47 low fifties santa rosa, san francisco san jose, the nights are very short. as you know, we're only three weeks away. from the longest day of the year. but we're under mostly clear skies here, sonny for all on this monday, although a little bit of patchy fog with that that's on borrowed time.
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cool morning sunday. nice little bit warmer. and breezy temperatures today will be bumping up a little bit, but pretty close to where they should be this time of year. alright over to ali. i would hope it's quiet out there alley. good morning. good morning, steve. i think it's one of the type of day that's as you call it the feet on the desk type of day if you're covering traffic on memorial day, not expecting a lot out there, and that's exactly what we're seeing. we do have a report, though of a hit and run crash on the san mateo bridge, no traffic problems created because of that. it's in the eastbound direction just before the toll plaza, but overall, taking a wide view of the maps here, things are looking pretty clear. east bay and south bay as well for 31. let's go back to the desk well today, ukrainian president vladimir zelensky will address the 27 leaders of the european union to encourage them to ban imports of russian oil. over the weekend, president zelinsky made a trip to kharkiv in eastern ukraine. he met with soldiers on the front line to thank them for their service. as the fighting between ukrainian and russian forces continues new rocket
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launchers from the u. s have arrived on the battlefield, and they are expected to give ukraine greater range and accuracy. if level receive many mlrs enough mlrs systems so that can change the situation on the battlefield and help us to win faster. in any case, we will win , but that will help us to win faster, effectively with less victims, which is definitely very, very important. russia's ambassador to the u. s called the delivery of the rocket system from the u. s unacceptable. our time is 4 32 happening this memorial day bay area ceremonies and parades remembering the lives of soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen who died in combat from all of the wars. the u. s has been involved in this morning at 9 30. the marin county united veterans will hold the ceremony in san rafael at the military monument at 11 a.m. u. s. senator alex padilla will join gold star families at the san
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francisco presidio for memorial ceremonies. also at 11 a.m. there are ceremonies at the oak hill cemetery in san jose. in walnut creek civic park and san jose's mission city memorial park earlier this weekend, scouting groups decorated the gravesites at the golden gate national cemetery in san bruno. 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. all the scouts. we talked tuesday they decorated the graves during the pandemic, but this year, it seems even more important since more people will be coming to the cemetery honoring fallen heroes. california state parks will be free to military members and veterans today that includes several state parks here in the bay area like mount diablo state park and henry cowell redwoods state park service members must show a military i d or proof of
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discharge to get that free admission. many businesses and most public buildings will be closed today for the federal holiday that includes all government offices and the postal service in courts. there's no delivery service by amazon, fedex or ups, banks and public schools are also closed and there's no trading on the u. s stock market today. most public transit agencies are running on reduced holiday schedules today as well. our time is 4 34. well leading up to memorial day there was a special tribute to people who served aboard a warship with special significance here in the bay area. the uss san francisco was part of some of the most significant fighting in the pacific during world war two. ktvu is greg ligon shows us how people gathered over the weekend , remembering those who died. color guard helped open the ceremony at fort miley, where more than 200 gathered to honor our fallen soldiers who served aboard the uss san francisco during world war two. many in the crowd had family members who served on the ship. thank you
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for being here to make this moment important so that we never forget those from our families from our nation's that went out. in the next uniform of their country and paid the ultimate sacrifice. the uss san francisco was one of the most storage ships that fought in the pacific. john l. williamson was an anti aircraft gunner. and it was one of the 100 plus who died in the battle of guadalcanal, though he never met his uncle, troy thorpe traveled from and o. it's important to me because here's a person that gave their life at the age of 21 for their country, and i just don't want them to be forgotten. europe's shared a photo of what he says is the only known painting depicting the uss san francisco. during that infamous 1942 november battle that cost so many their lives. at this year's service, there was a special posthumous chair of honor. petty officer leonard harmon, the first black man to have a naval ship named in his honor. he too, died aboard the uss san
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francisco while trying to save the lives of others. professor james armstead read the words of the president as he posthumously awarded harmon, the navy cross in 1943. he did deliberately exposed himself. the hostel gunfire in order to protect the shipmate. and as a result of this courageous deed was killed in action. while many here know well, the personal pain of losing a loved one in war, there are countless other americans who don't john mcknight says. regardless it's important for everyone to recognize our service members on memorial day , people will go out and enjoy this weekend. i hope they celebrate. i hope the barbecue i hope they have all the foods they love. and i hope they take one extra moment to remember that somebody out there gave their lives so that we could have the freedoms we enjoy this weekend. during the service. the american flag flew at half staff , but not for the reason you might think organizers held a moment of silence and acknowledge the gesture was to honor the victims of the school shooting in texas. greg legans.
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ktvu fox two news. all right. thank you. greg san francisco giants manager gabe kapler says he might suspend his protest against gun violence on this memorial day when the giants face the phillies in philadelphia. kapler began that protest in response to last week's deadly mass shooting at the elementary school and you've already texas, he announced that he would not come out on the field for the national anthem until he feels quote. better about the direction of our country, golden state warriors head coach steve kerr says he supports kapler's decision. i always support. um. any form of peaceful protest. you know, that's what our country is founded on. i am. i think it's great that he is making his own statement. i think everyone has to do it their own way, and that's the way game joe's and i applaud them forward. no kavaler says his decision to skip the
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national anthem has nothing to do with the u. s military or veterans who have served their country time is 4 37. we now know who the golden state warriors will play against in the nba finals. the celtics the road to the nba championship runs through boston celtics beat miami heat last night. game seven of the eastern conference finals. in fact, boston never trailed in that game game. one of the nba finals will be a chase center this thursday at six p.m. and the warriors will get an entire week's rest before games. one steve kerr and his coaches gave the players both friday and saturday off to help recover the team held on light workout yesterday. the players say it's been nice having extra time at home to get ready for the nba finals. just being there to do go to your routine real to sleep in your own bed and prepare to watch room at home and do things that you used to, uh, just a lot more lot more comfortable. you know, it's a
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lot better to get the jitters out at home, and when the crowds going for you, everybody's cheering you on in two years and i having fans and you can really tell the difference now, when you got to full crowds and crowds going crazy, so it's just glad that the chase centers is rocking like this, and they've been really giving us extra balls. on top of that the warriors could be getting some reinforcements. auto. porter's sore left would reportedly is healing nicely. warriors say he's making good progress towards being available for game one and the warriors are hopeful gary payton, the second fractured left elbow has improved enough. he may be ready for game one as well. and there is hope andre iguodala could suit up to play in the finals as well. he's been out since the first round against the denver nuggets. i think we're going to see some very good basketball. so to spinals steve. it's been pretty exciting so far. well they finally know who they're playing, but i don't think they get on a plane until june 6th something like that. that's kind
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of nice. that's yeah, that's really advantage. big advantage would agree. alright. temperatures today will bump up a teeny bit. it'll be nice. there's a little bit of patchy fog. there's just not much higher elevations for the end of may. are quite cool. in fact, sonoma mountain 47. diablo 49 ben lomond mountain 46. that is cool. they all have a northerly or north westerly breeze. but sandra fell. wanna creek san carlos, east san jose, all bumping up 74 78 76 75 pretty nice. these are close to the seasonal averages for this time of year, slightly below slightly above. clear skies unless there's a little bit of fog in your neighborhood thirties in the mountains forties fifties to sixties in the valley and then fifties and sixties, up and down the coast crescent city, though a little cool, 47 north wind and middle peak north side of mountain north and 33. but it's a west wind or an east wind in the oakland berkeley hills west wind at big rock and then mount veeder and atlas peak. both have a little northerly breeze. one low kicks out. that was the one that was here saturday, the height of the west there will build in for a couple of days
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before we usher in another cooler patterns. so nice today, but breezy a little bit warmer. we'll get a quick pop tomorrow, maybe some mid upper eighties tuesday into wednesday before the next system rolls in. and, yes, believe it or not now again, it's still 56 days away, so i think they'll trim this back. but it is going to be cool and windy again. the way it looks possibility of some rain. i'll say mendocino county lake county for now north that's something to watch going into the upcoming weekend 60 seventies to near 80 warm attempts tuesday wednesday. then the fog comes back. it'll be cooler, much cooler end of the weekend of the weekend. all right. thank you, steve work in silicon valley to find a cure for als up next, how technology is being used to help people impacted by the disease plus had to sell their homes, their businesses, their farms, and you know they can only bring what they could carry. it has been 80 years since the u. s government started rounding up japanese immigrants and japanese americans and put them in incarceration camps coming up. help that is still having an
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tims 80 years since oakland native fred korematsu was arrested for refusing to report to a mass incarceration site back in 1942. core monsoon, along with 210,000 , other japanese immigrants and americans of japanese descent were ordered to pack up leave their homes after the attack on pearl harbor, all because of their ethnicity. two thirds of the people incarcerated were american citizens. ktvu is. jana katsuyama spoke with carol matsu's daughter as part of a closer look at how that chapter of history is being remembered today. this family photo was taken by a stranger showing a mother with her two children waiting the boy in american kid from hayward. is satoshi. he be now 91 years old. we're waiting
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for the bus to take us to turn friends racing track. it was april 1942. japan's attack on pearl harbor four months earlier had unleashed a tidal wave of fear and anti japanese hate. he be and others too young to understand war were old enough to feel the pain of prejudice, losing my friend. all my friends, and they they're parents said don't go there. photos taken by dorothea lange captured he bees, family and others as the u. s military ordered more than 110,000, japanese american citizens and japanese immigrants along the entire west coast. to leave their homes. when the order came , people just had days in less than a week to get their affairs in order, people had to sell their homes. their businesses. their farms. steve okamoto family had been in san francisco since 18 98 family and others we had to live in a horse stall. horse stall that was full of manure in urine. tan fran in san
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bruno was one of dozens of makeshift assembly centers on the west coast from their people were transported to one of the 10 concentration camps or other detention centers across the nation. forced to live for years in drafty barracks behind barbed wire on desolate land, families sometimes separated livelihoods and lives lost. president franklin delano roosevelt signed executive order 9066 on february 19th 1942. the order authorized the military to create military exclusion zones and four civilians out. executive order. 9066 never mentioned japanese immigrants or citizens. it was at san francisco's presidio that lieutenant general john dewitt decided to declare the entire west coast a military exclusion zone specifically targeting all persons of japanese ancestry. this is general debates office, national park service ranger james osborne says to its historic office is still
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preserved on the second floor of a presidio building. that's now a private school in this office , march and 1942. that he's signed all those assembly orders signed 108 exclusion orders about 80,000 of those incarcerated were american citizens, many of them children. so really, this is where it became racist. you know these and there were no not on the east coast, saying people of german ancestry all have to report, osborne says. ironically dewitt knew that less than a mile from his office housed in building number 6 40 was a secret project. the military intelligence school where 58 japanese americans were training to become wartime interpreters, loyal soldiers even as the law punished their parents and this was top secret. they could not tell their families. under court martial. they were threatened not to tell anyone, their whereabouts and what they were
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doing the school now a museum also honors the tens of thousands of young japanese americans who joined the military. the 1/100 infantry battalion for 42nd regimental combat team became the most highly decorated unit in history for its size and length of service. other americans took a different path to show their patriotism. karen korematsu says her father, fred, stayed in the east bay for months until he was caught and arrested in san leandro for disobeying military orders process of law was denied. so the japanese americans never were charged with a crime access to an attorney or had their day in court, and my father thought it was wrong as an american citizen, cora matsu's legal battle when all the way to the u. s supreme court he lost in the 63 decision. but at the presidio officers club and exhibit has a quote from dissenting justice owen roberts , who called it quote a clear violation of constitutional rights. in the 80 years since
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executive order 9066. there's been a national reckoning of the wrongs researchers and covered secret government documents showing no japanese american espionage or need for mass incarceration in the courts. judges vacated convictions of three men korematsu gordon here, obayashi and min yasui. and in 1988, president reagan signed the civil liberties act, providing in official apology and granting redress of $20,000 to the surviving incarcerated. but the letter of apology and reparations checks from president bush came too late. for many who had already passed on. at the presidio officers club. a wall of windows bears the names of the incarcerate these satoshi, he bees name is there each person's story, a part of the nation's history and 80 years later, a race to honor the legacy that they leave behind. at tan fran. a memorial is set to go up in july. we're building a memorial right now,
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because most of these 8000 they're not here anymore. for some survivors. it's the hope that history will not be repeated during wartime. and the treatment of innocent people. people are not treated as individuals, but they're treated as members of groups. i would like them to know about fdr and his. it's his ultimate responsibility. it could have been ask for more tolerance hope to that future generations will find lessons to live by. my message to everyone was fred korematsu was one person who made that made a difference in the face adversity and so can you. in san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu fox two news powerful story, janet. now we have more coverage of asian american pacific islander heritage man on the ktvu news app and on our ktvu website just gotta ktvu dot com slash a p i a lot of really great stories. all
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right. steve paulson has a very nice forecast for this memorial day looks like it after a windy, cool weekend. for many, it'll still be nice today. wind speeds aren't that bad amount tamil pious mount diablo or over 30. after that, it's pretty quiet. within about 10 to 20 mph so nothing crazy here, but we could get some gas later on as a system moves out. high pressure builds in nothing we haven't seen or dealt with 50 times here in the last month. forties and fifties on the temps here, a little cool. sunnyvale is 49, walnut creek's 48 napa airport. 49 low fifties find a bunch of forties to the north, especially up in latin ville upper lake calc very low forties there. 45 sebastopol low fifties or upper forties here for some, i mean, rather isil thermal, almost routed parks down to 45. that's a little cool for this time of year. high pressure nosing in will give us a nice day temperatures bumping up a little bit san rafael 71 wanna creek 76 carlos 74 in east san jose 73 today, bumping up a couple about
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two degrees 2 to 3 degrees for each one. then more so tomorrow , those water temps there are still back in that cold category . 48 49 51 really cold, so fog is start getting eighties. inland is not far away. there's your north now at 35, diablo. very quiet, though, everywhere else, it's just not much going on. one system kicks out. that's in the rockies high builds in for two days. well today's the tweener day. the transition that so nice breeze will pick up it'll be a little warmer today. sunny skies warmer mid eighties to a few operators are possible tomorrow but end of the week going into friday night saturday . couple of forecast models are trying to paint some rain on his i probably overdone but something to watch. it will be cooler again and breezy going into the weekend. for sure is the way it's looking 60 seventies upper seventies to a few narrated tomorrow. bigger jump, more sunshine. warmer temps topped out wednesday, then started in. cool down, pam, especially going friday saturday. all right. thank you, steve. what's probably going to be close to what the person we just spent before me spent $95.06 50 for regular unleaded. it's crazy. gas prices are
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hitting new highs across the state. the tough decisions drivers are now having to make this memorial day weekend. president biden visiting the site of the tragedy at a school in texas. the new promise from the federal government to look into the shooting. and doctors are trying to calm fears about monkeypox says more cases are discovered throughout the country. the reason they say it is not a big concern. 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.
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strawberries purchase between march 5th and april 25th should be thrown out. more information is available on the fda website. it has taken more than two years, but top gun maverick finally made its box office debut. work on the movie wrapped up in 2019, but paramount insisted it needs to be seen and heard in the theaters and was never considered for streaming release equals in the 1986 hits , starring tom cruise, as a navy fighter pilot has taken in an estimated $124 million in its first three days. despite another confirmed monkeypox case showing up in california. local doctors are telling people they do not need to be worried about it. we have so many other things to be concerned about right now. this is definitely not one of them. doctors are being briefed by public health departments nationwide and say the virus is not like covid, and it's
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actually very difficult to transmit. they say you won't get it by just being near someone who has it. it takes close. physical contact with the blisters of the virus. self limiting it burns itself out. so even if we did nothing, it would probably still even burn itself out. doctors tell us one person with monkeypox will, on average only infect one person compared to someone with covid, who will likely infect about 15 people. well may is als awareness month . health experts hope to bring more attention to the neurological disease that first gained notoriety when baseball great lou garrick was diagnosed with als more than 80. years ago, it became known as lou gehrig's disease, a silicon valley group called everything a als is now involved in groundbreaking research. its goal is to use artificial intelligence to help diagnose the disease earlier our goal is by end of the year. we want to have an algorithm and a biomarker in front of fda. ai really figures out. what are the
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key features within speech implicated in l s d diagnosis? the founder and ceo of the group is determined to find a cure for the disease that killed her husband three years ago. after a two year pandemic related break , carnival san francisco and its grand parade returned to the city this weekend. this year. the parade featured cable cars, 200 low rider, cars, drummers, dancers, djs, lot of performances. there was also the city's first ever community led permitted. cannabis garden organizers say the event was a way to heal from the pandemic and celebrate the diversity of san francisco. having all of us be able to come together and represents san francisco is very , very important, you know, kind of happens on memorial day weekend, which is a little different from the traditional fat tuesday, right when you
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usually have to vote during religious period, but here we have to do it a little different because of the weather and the scheduling and whatnot. there were five stages for musical performers, along with food vendors, arts and crafts on display and for sale. fortunately my flight got canceled. i got a text message, saying the flight was canceled. holiday travel troubles from bay area travelers and travelers around the country by some are forced to change their memorial day. holiday plans could potentially be just a small spark could have eventually erupt into a large wildfire warming on this one more your day about the risk of high fire danger with firefighters say you should know to make sure your holiday get togethers stay safe. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. memorial day. may 30th
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hopefully, you have extra time to just enjoy some coffee, and it's going to be a very nice day. if you had to head out and about it is indeed very comfortable here. not i'm no extreme one way or the other. you too little cool this morning. so if you're taking that early morning walk like a light jacket should suffice. but we're in a few few forties here . palo alto's 47. livermore's 49 low fifties, even the city of 50 to san jose 52. but except for a few patches of fog. i have to mention that otherwise it'll come back and bite me. it's mainly clear. monday fund a for your memorial day, patchy fog cool morning, but sunny and nice . today will be a little warmer. the breeze will pick up the but not as bad as it was on the weekend 60 seventies tenure. alright allies here five o'clock still good or something new show up there, ali. very good out there. if you're driving this morning, and you can see some of those clear skies that you mentioned stephen some of our traffic cameras, let's go to the golden gate bridge. less than an hour before sunrise in not a cloud in the sky. they're also easy driving. if you're heading into the city, it's no problems
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to tell you about pretty much anywhere, including highway formby point. sometimes it gets backed up. not today. it is a holiday. richmond san rafael bridge toll plaza looks great as well. time is five o'clock. let's go back to the desk well as the long holiday weekend winds down, travelers start heading home and ktvu james torres is live at sfo this morning where it has been crowded. as passenger numbers are close to what they were before the start of the pandemic. james has a look out there this morning. pam it's been a real good looking weekend this weekend. some of those first flights of the day today will be taking off right about now and throughout the next hour or so, sfl looking pretty good when it comes to those flight cancelations or delays. only a handful to report this morning shouldn't be affecting too many people. but as far as how many people are actually traveli,'s . let's look at some of those numbers coming from 2019 the friday before memorial day, it's all about 2.5 million people checking in through t s a that number drops big time in 2020 at about 260,000 people now it
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looks like we're picking that back up friday before memorial day this year t s a reported more than 2.3 million people checking in for flights. travelers say they're willing to make the summer trips despite the rising cost of travel. definitely more expensive, but you know, the planes are full, so supply and demand. in fact, the airlines don't have enough staff, so i don't really see it coming down too soon. depending where in the country you have been traveling. you may have been on one of those about 1000 flights canceled, according to the web site flight, aware only about 100 flights nationwide are canceled as of this morning, many of them coming in from atlanta, some of those delays or whether related per airline officials, but back here at sfl not too much to worry about just yet. airlines shortages, they say, may also contribute to some of those delays. so just be sure if you have a flight this morning before you head out the door. check the status and plan accordingly. we're live this
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morning and sfo. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news. alright, james. thank you. time is 503 millions of people planned memorial day road trips this holiday weekend and for california driver's gasoline prices are hitting record highs . ktvu elissa harrington talked to people who had some tough decisions to make because of those gas prices. can't even so, my cycle more pain at the pump exactly 35 miles on that gas prices in california soar above $6 a gallon at this surrender chevron it's $6.49 per gallon. scott's billman said he has stopped driving his pickup truck as much as he would like. can't really even afford to drive this to my normal working back every day. i have a motorcycle. i used to get 70 miles of the gallon, so dr. that resident jim bean said he usually works from home so does not have to drive too much but is still considering big changes. concerns about oil
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based products anyway, so i think eventually we'll switch over to all electric. this is probably my last gas car. the golden state has the highest gas prices in the country with one gallon of unleaded gas, averaging $6.13. the national average is $4.61. industry analysts blamed the global supply crisis, a shortage of crude oil and russia's war with ukraine for these record high prices, not too excited about it being expensive, but much of a choice to get to work and do the things i need to do. um, hope we get some relief soon. relief is not expected anytime soon, especially following what's expected to be a busy memorial day weekend. i don't foresee oil prices really dropping all that dramatically and if more people are hitting the road, and you have this sort of increased demand at gas stations you could see these prices stay high throughout all of summer and into the fall. 25 bucks like i'm
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not going to fill up, especially when it's like this expensive drivers like blanca jimenez only put 20 or 30 bucks in the tank to avoid spending too much to fill up. at this emeryville 76 station. a gallon of gas will cost you $6.79 a lot because you know, i commute over to tanner fell for work, so doesn't last very long. gas prices take away money from grocery shopping, and she's not able to put that much into savings. if prices continue to climb drivers i talked to said they do have a breaking point. i don't know maybe $10.10 dollars a gallon. we're not going to be going too many places expects nearly 35 million people to travel by car this holiday weekend in orinda. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news. thank you, alyssa. well, despite plans to try to bring some relief to californians paying those high gas prices, don't expect it any time soon. governor newsom and lawmakers have not worked out a deal to
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provide some kind of statewide rebate. to help pay for increasing gas prices. the governor wants to send $400 to every car owner in the form of a debit card. but some democrats in the state legislature want to send everyone refund checks. governor newsom says the legislature's plan could delay rebates until october time is 506 organizers of back aviles fee yesterday celebration say today's event will go on as planned. despite a shooting last night. it happened on the festival grounds just before eight p.m. at andrews park going east manta visa avenue. police an off duty officer helped to arrest an 18 year old from suisun city, accused of wounding an 18 year old from fairfield. this aspect is facing charges of attempted homicide, assault with a deadly weapon and violating probation. police in sacramento have arrested a third suspect in last month's mass shooting in the downtown area, officers say in tula, peyton was taken into custody in las vegas saturday
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night. he now faces murder charges in connection with the gunfire that killed six people and wounded 12 others during the early morning hours of april, 3rd this was a gun battle between two rival gangs. the evidence shows that the rival gangs gang members armed themselves with weapons. two brothers, smiley and deandre martin are already in custody, accused of taking part in last month's mass shooting in downtown sacramento. our time is not 507. the justice department now plans to examine how texas law enforcement officials responded to last tuesday's elementary school shooting in you validate sex is the family members and community members are angry that the police didn't rush into the school to rescue the children as soon as they knew a gunman was inside. officials say they were treating the scene as a barricaded suspect, not an active shooting. president biden and first lady
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joe biden met privately with the families of the 21. people who died as well as with other members of the school community who say visit of the president helped them. a lot of hurting hearts everywhere, whether it's at the church or the school or here. i think it's good that he came to express his sympathy for the community, and i believe the community appreciates that as well. this is a time to come together and said differences aside. heather biden's also saw the temporary display honoring the shooting victims. with photos, flowers and candles for each of the 21 victims. community leaders a more should be done to prevent another tragedy like this, but tougher gun control measures have been bogged down in congress for years. we're in the east bay near pittsburgh. strong winds pushed the vegetation prior over the weekend. it started saturday , but it reignited yesterday, burning 50 acres in the wetlands near the river. contra costa county firefighters fought it on
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the ground and in the air is large plumes of smoke filled the sky. officials say no homes or businesses are in danger. the flames will smolder for a few days. the cause of this fire is under investigation. people celebrating memorial day weekend need to be aware of the high fire danger. there is a red flag warning for parts of solano county again this morning and farther inland towards the sacramento valley. that means firefighters are warning people who are breaking out those charcoal grills for holiday party. they need to keep an eye on the fire as what high winds are in the forecast again. one big tip from fire crews make sure that grill is not set up. somewhere in the direct path of the wind. that's where we really get into danger, because as soon as the spark hits these great grass behind me, that fire can carry, especially with 15 to 20 mile an hour winds. usually when it's really windy, i just used the gas grill. it's a little more controllable with the lid to make sure we barbecue kind of
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like a you know when the sun is going down a little bit where it's a little bit cooler and not too much hat to wear. it can pick up fire crews are also warning against memorial day bonfires and reminding people not to use gas powered equipment like lawn mowers and weed whackers when there is high fire danger advice fan time is 5 10. let's go right back to steve paulson, who's forecasting of really nice day for look nice here, but, pamela, i want you to pay attention. okay talked about some flight delays. we'll show you where those would be. or could be that would be into minneapolis. pretty good thunderstorm activity there also the middle of the country. omaha, north denver, north salt lake city. that's a mix of rain and snow. that's the same system we had. on saturday. it's a little more energy as it crosses the rockies. there you can see where the low pressure isn't higher pressures pressures in the west higher pressure in the east temperatures, though not too bad, but that's the dividing line here for us. it's forties and fifties napa airports down to a cool 46 so they are one of
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the cooler locations, usually listeners a breeze their forties low forties fifties per some, i mean, upper forties in there so kind of co parenting last long the nights are very, very short. days are getting much longer as you know, here and overall except for a few patches of fog. we're all set for a nice day. san rafael, wanna creek san carlos, east san jose, all bumping up 74 78 76 75 even warmer tomorrow. little bit of a north wind middle peak by mark tamayo players mount diablo north at 37. after that, it's not bad, but it's either north or northwest for most locations . so that's the low and the rockies. the high in between will start to build in for a quick warm up. now today is that transition day? nice but breezing. we'll get a little bit warmer on those temps more in the way of warming tomorrow, mid eighties, maybe a few operators by the time we get to tuesday and wednesday, but by saturday possibility of some rain probably won't make it as my guest, but it's something to watch for. maybe to the north. it does look cooler again going into the first full weekend of june 60 seventies to eighties on
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the tips warmer tuesday, wednesday. here comes the cool down on thursday that will take us right into the end of the week. all right. thank you, steve. the matchup is set for the nba finals up next, the advantage the warriors have against the boston celtics and south bay political candidates complained someone stealing their campaign signs. but that could mean for them with election day just over a week away.
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13 r nancy pelosi was arrested over the weekend in napa county on suspicion of drunk driving. the chp says 82 year old paul pelosi was arrested late saturday night after allegedly crashing his porsche into another car while trying to cross highway 29. no one was hurt. paul pelosi was booked on two misdemeanor
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counts. he posted bail sunday morning and was released. a spokesman for house speaker nancy pelosi, did not want to comment. the pelosi's, by the way on a home in saint alina. and the vice mayor of concord is facing charges of driving under the influence. laura hofmeister released a statement confirming her arrest. it happened last week. the vice mayor says she was pulled over by police in clayton after having dinner and wine with friends. in her statement. she takes full responsibility for our actions and promises to take steps to make sure she's never arrested again for the ui candidates on the ballot in the upcoming elections, say thieves are going after their campaign signs. ktvu lamonica peter spoke to one of those candidates who says it has been frustrating and expensive. right now only is running for the district seven seed in san jose and says hundreds of her campaign signs have been stolen . she has her own theory as to why her signs are disappearing.
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it's just not like fun time, but at least some of them is two or three times. so i feel that someone did not want my name out there and didn't want me to win this election or whatever. so that's what they did. so it's that i feel very frustrated about this only says her campaign volunteers get written permission to place yard signs on people's property in district seven, and if they change their minds, she'll remove the sign. she says replacing them will cost her from 4 to $8 per sign, and i did report with san jose police department at that time, it's only 175. but now it's more than 200. 25 you know sign have been lost only is facing off against incumbent maya esparza and beyond. duwan san jose district five candidate rolando bania also says his campaign signs are being taken. on may 22nd he tweeted these photos
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that included a license plate number asking people to contact san jose police if they see this brown toyota tundra, he says the person driving had been seen taking his yard signs. ktvu reached out to bosnia but didn't receive a response. bon lee says, despite her yard signs being stolen, she's moving forward with her campaign. so what i believe is, um, this is maybe it's a dirty politics. um but i kept saying, you know, i will stay positive because i'm still knocking the door. you know, to talk with the, uh, voter to talk with president matt mehan is running for mayor in san jose, and he told me that he, too, has had hundreds of signs stolen. lee says that san jose police told her that she must be able to identify someone responsible for stealing the signs. but until then, there's not much they can do to help. lamonica peters, ktvu fox two news time, not 5 17 governor
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gavin newsom who tested positive for covid will keep isolating through thursday. the governor in a tweet said he's only had mild symptoms. he is vaccinated . he received his second booster shot almost two weeks ago. the positive test came just hours after he met with new zealand's prime minister is part of a climate change event. the governor's office says he doesn't know how he picked up the virus says he is taking paxil obeyed to fight the symptoms. enforcement officers in lake tahoe say they are cracking down on dangerous behaviors. the busy summer tourism season gets underway. they are increasing patrols along lake tahoe 72 miles shorelines to watch out for boaters who are out on the lake. after having too much to drink. officers will also crack down on those who ignore the boat, speed laws and life. check it requirements. there are an estimated 15,000 vote trips and lake tahoe between memorial day and labor day. that water looks good, most beautiful water, but
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it's also very chilly. yeah around steve 18, and outside our door, the birds of chirping and it feels nice. so what you're saying is we got here before the birds got up. that's what i'm saying. that's early man. that's early, alright forties on a lot of attempts here. pretty cool, considering the nights are so short. but a lot of 40 series sandra fells in their nevada's in their sunnyvale wallet creek as well as napa airport. napa airport. 46 that's cool. oh, fifties for many attempts, forties and fifties, although upper fifties pittsburgh and brentwood, but walnut creek, alamo in their castro valley and there as well. kensington's 49 fifties panel 51 lafayette also 51, along with dublin and pleasant and so little cool there for the morning, but we'll bump up today under clear skies. there's a little bit of fog down towards santa cruz and a little bit on the peninsula. there's not much santa cruz mountains. it'll be a little warmer today. senator fell. wanna creek san carlos, east san jose, i try and represent everybody as much as i can and don't pencil in the same
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fourth. locations every time 74 78 76 75 on the temps and north mount diablo is north at 36 amount to milpitas north at 33. after that, it's just it's either north or northwest. it's not that strong, but they would breeze will pick up a little later. as that high there builds in for couple of days. right there a couple of days it will build in that will give us a warm up. so today is the day in between the systems so nice mide op a big cool down and some clouds, maybe maybe some rain on saturday. i'll believe it as we get closer to, and it's getting very late late in the season, but it it can happen 60 seventies to near 80 on the temps, and after wednesday, the cool down starts and then another drop, along with pretty cool conditions for june. dave going into the weekend. look at that time is 5 20, the manager of the san francisco giants, getting attention for his new protests of the national anthem. why he
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says he may already be cutting it short. and parents desperate to buy baby formula are going to great lengths to get it, and some california families are now leaving the country. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked
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as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller.
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5 2g south of the border to buy baby formula because of the baby formula shortage. some americans are going to mexico to buy that formula americans have been seen in tijuana buying baby formula at pharmacies even at big box stores like costco. and scammers or trying to take advantage of those desperate people looking for baby formula. most of the scams involved online transactions. make sure you check it's a secure website with https at the beginning of the website. that stands for secure and if you go to craigslist, facebook or some other website
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to buy baby formula for someone else, the better business bureau recommends meeting that person for the exchange. online purchase scams are very, very common. sadly it is the number one riskiest scam they will use any means possible to get one or two pieces of information from you, and that's either your personal identifiable information or your banking information. these scammers are very persuasive. they're very tricky. and if you have to pay someone online use a credit card instead of any other form of payment, even if that means paying a small fee credit card companies more likely to issue a refund for fraud compared to a debit card or cash transfer act. it is 5 24. there are those founder elizabeth holmes, asking a judge to throw out her conviction on wire fraud charges , court documents show. her lawyer claims no rational juror should have voted to convict her based on the evidence presented in her trial. back in january. jury in san jose found elizabeth
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holmes guilty of four counts of wire fraud. she's due to be sentenced in september, with each of the charges carrying a maximum prison term of 20 years. holmes was also find a quarter of a million dollars. it is 5 25 and the district attorney of san francisco went to local fishermen to pay up after being accused of illegal crab fishing. a fisherman from alejo is accused of setting crab traps in the north carolina island state marine reserve, which is a protected area prosecutors a when agents from the department of fish and wildlife pulled those traps out of the water. they found the license number connecting the traps to that fisherman's boat. fishermen allegedly told the wildlife officials he didn't know the area was protected. but now he's facing fines of almost a million dollars as well as a misdemeanor charge. san francisco's archbishop has not been chosen by the pope as part of a new class of new cardinals. francis
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did, however, name san diego bishop robert mcilroy is one of 21 new cardinals. this is seen by some as a snub of the higher ranking archbishop of san francisco. salvatore cordelia, tony earlier this month. the only said he will no longer allow house speaker nancy pelosi to get communion because of her support for abortion rights. the pope in the past has spoken out against withholding communion over political views. eldorado county one family has been living in a tent after losing their home in the cow door fire. and they now have received a life changing gifts. california fire foundation worked with the emergency rv foundation to deliver this rv to the family of five in somerset. it also filled it would items that they need to get back on their feet. foundation was alerted about their living situation by a teacher of the families 17 year old daughter. and said, i have
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an amazing student. she's really smart kids straight a's. she lost her home and then called or a fire. and despite that she's still a straight a student. what else are you gonna do? you're gonna be sad every day. and why would you be saturday? every day when it doesn't change anything, you might as well just be happy. now the group emergency rv says it has deliberate rvs to more than 100 families in similar situations. some of the supplies included in the donation where items of children said they missed the most, including journals and art supplies. 27 work in silicon valley to find a cure for a less next, how technology is being used to help the people affected by the devastating disease plus i hope they take one extra moment to remember that somebody out there gave their lives so that we could have the freedoms we enjoy. this weekend, there will be several somber celebrations this memorial day. we'll tell you about the ceremony held in the bay area honoring fallen soldiers from world war two.
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todo sacrificed everything for our freedom will show you how memorial day is being recognized here in the bay area, plus minute that next series finishes or you can do is start thinking about your opponent. and the warriors are now getting ready for the nba finals. why they say they already have an advantage over their opponent. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto good morning. thank you for waking up with us here on morning sun to pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's monday. it's may 30th memorial day. happy memorial day. you too, and to you as well. and steve paulson. with a nice forecast. indeed a little chilly here this morning. you guys won't take long to warm up, but we're getting some mid forties here. some upper forties kind of cool for this time of years. now, santa rosa, there's a bunch
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of taps here. i've seen 46 to 54. depending on it. if you have a breeze or not, but closer to town, it's 40 times, livermore 48 so by the ruby hill golf club , golf course palo alto 46. call mental parks also at 46, but under clear skies, there's just a teeny bit of fog out there. it'll be a monday funding and that's for sure. here. patchy fog cool morning, but sunny and nice. there will still be a little bit of a breeze. but proving that as bad as we had on the weekend and tempt 60 seventies to near 80 degrees, all right over to alley now we're still good. i would think so, ali, right? very good when it comes to the roadways this morning, not expecting a lot of traffic out there. one quick note. if you do take part today and in the east bay from south hayward to union city, there's a bus bridge in effect because of some scheduled tracked work. but we do want to show you this beautiful picture sunrise over the golden gate bridge. you can see all clearing the roads and all clear in the skies as well as steve's been telling us, not even a breeze out there. the flag barely moving on the right hand of your screen. let's take
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a look at some of the other cameras this morning. i'll show you a nice, easy drive on the bay bridge toll plaza. no problems on the same battle bridge if you're headed to s fo from the east bay, for example. and you sure freeway traffic here light time now is 5 31. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you. time is 5, 32 and happening today, many bay area communities are resuming their annual memorial day celebrations after putting them all hold during the pandemic. ktvu is amanda quintana. you're in mill valley, and they're getting ready for one of the city's biggest events, the veterans ceremony and parade. good morning. good morning. that is right. there is a list of events happening today, both to honor our veterans and to really bring this community together because this is going to be the first big event they've had here in the last two years. i want to show you behind me. they're starting to get set up here for the first event of the day, and that is the pancake breakfast that happens. right here at seven o'clock in front of city
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hall. now it's put on by the volunteer firefighters association. in years past, they've served up to 2000 plates , and it raises thousands of dollars for those firefighters. then at 9 45 this morning, the veterans ceremony starts at lightened square. that's followed by a parade at 10 30. now that route it's 1.6 miles long going from throckmorton avenue at miller avenue, and then it ends at tamil pious, high school. so be aware that some of those streets will be closed as that parade happens today. now after the parade. there is also a party for the kids. it involves live music. it has foods. it is a carnival for the community to really come together. this is something that they haven't been able to do in the last two years because of the pandemic, so this is really a way to get back together and to celebrate together, so it will be a long day here of fun events planned for this community live in mill valley. amanda king donut ktvu, fox. tunis alright, amanda. thank
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you, thomas for 4 33 5 33 leading up to this memorial day there was a special tribute to people who served aboard a warship with special significance here in the bay area. the uss san francisco was part of some of the most significant fighting in the pacific. during world war two ktvu is greg ligon shows us how people got together this weekend to remember those who died. the color guard helped open the ceremony at fort miley, where more than 200 gathered to honor our fallen soldiers who served aboard the uss san francisco during world war two. many in the crowd had family members who served on the ship. thank you for being here to make this moment important so that we never forget those from our families from our nation's that went out. in the next uniform of their country and paid the ultimate sacrifice. the uss san francisco was one of the most storage ships that fought in the pacific. john l. williamson was an anti aircraft gunner. and it
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was one of the 100 plus who died in the battle of guadalcanal, though he never met his uncle, troy thorpe traveled from las vegas to honor him and others. it's important to me because here's a person that gave their life at the age of 21 for their country, and i just don't want them to be forgotten photo of what he says is the only known painting depicting the uss san francisco. during that infamous 1942 november battle that cost so many their lives. at this year's service, there was a special posthumous chair of honor. petty officer leonard harmon, the first black man to have a naval ship named in his honor. he too, died aboard the uss san francisco while trying to save the lives of others. professor james armstead read the words of the president as he posthumously awarded harmon, the navy cross in 1943. he did deliberately exposed himself. the hostel gunfire in order to protect the shipmate. and as a result of this courageous deed
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was killed in action. while many here know well, the personal pain of losing a loved one in war, there are countless other americans who don't john mcknight says. regardless it's important for everyone to recognize our service members on memorial day, people will go out and enjoy this weekend. i hope they celebrate. i hope the barbecue i hope they have all the foods they love. and i hope they take one extra moment to remember that somebody out there gave their lives so that we could have the freedoms we enjoy this weekend. during the service , the american flag flew at half staff, but not for the reason you might think organizers held a moment of silence and acknowledge the gesture was to honor the victims of the school shooting in texas. greg legans. ktvu fox two news. thank you, greg san francisco giants manager gabe kapler says he might suspend his protest against gun violence on this memorial day. when the giants face the phillies in philadelphia. now kapler began that protest in response to last week's deadly mass shooting at the elementary school in uvalde
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, texas. he announced he would not come out on the field for the national anthem until he feels quote. better about the direction of our country. warriors head coach steve kerr says he supports kapler's decision. i always support. um. any form of peaceful protest. you know, that's what our country is founded on. i. i think it's great that he is making his own statement. i think everyone has to do it their own way, and that's the way game shows and i applaud them forward. kapler says his decision to skip the national anthem has nothing to do with the u. s military or veterans who have served our country. pam time is 5 37. we now know who the golden state warriors will play against in the nba finals. the celtics road to the nba championship runs through boston celtics beat the miami heat last night in game seven of their eastern conference finals. in fact, austin never trailed in
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the game game. one of the finals will be at chase center this thursday, six pm and the warriors will get a whole week's rest before game one. steve kerr and his coaches gave the players both friday and saturday off, let them recover. the team held on light workout yesterday. the players say it is nice to have the extra time at home to get ready for the nba finals. just being there to do go to your routine. real to sleep in your own bed and prepare the washroom at home and do things that you used to, uh, just a lot more a lot more comfortable. you know, it's a lot better to get the jitters out at home, and when the crowds going for you, everybody's cheering you on two years and i having fans and you can really tell the difference now, when you've got a full crowds and crowds going crazy, so just glad that the chase centers is rocking like this, and they've been really giving us extra boost. on top of that. guess what? the warriors. maybe getting some reinforcement. otto
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porter right there, his sore left foot reportedly healing nicely. team says he's making good progress towards being available for game one. and the warriors are hopeful gary paid him. the seconds fractured left elbow has improved enough. he could be ready for game one as well. and there's even more hope that andre iguodala may play in the finals, too. andre has been out since the first round against the denver nuggets would be great to see all three of them. yeah especially peyton. i think that has been so i was particularly tough. but importer also is amazing. they're all great. they really are going, pam, keep going. the benches just yeah, deep they are deep. that's true. all right. we'll get to our forecast now, which has a little bit of a breeze. not that bad. mount diablo and mount tamil bias for over 30. but otherwise, it's you know, between about 10 25 miles an hour, but at the surface, it's not that bad, so some of the stronger gusts or not anything to be too concerned about for
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today. it's cool off, though. i mean, it's normal mountain was 46. now they're 53. but mount diablo is 47 ben lomond man 48. that's cool air aloft, so there's no inversion that's set up yet which would translate into warmer temps that will be there tomorrow. forties on the temps are low fifties. these are cool temps for this time of year. sunnyvale is 49 12 creeks 47 napa airport 46. speaking of forties on the peninsula, pacifica, el granada, atherton, stanford woodside, all in their 51 is popular foster city, san mateo, ben lomond and los altos hills. your monday morning super effective, speaking of 51, san francisco, bowie and monterey bowie are both a cool 51 with a cold 48 bodega bay and point raised at 49 that is really cold for the end of may. there's your wind direction. it's all over the place unless you're in the higher elevations, and it favors a northerly direction or northwest. one low kicks out. that's a strong one coming out of the rockies. that's the one we had on saturday. the high will build in for a couple of days. so we will get nice
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conditions. today the breeze will pick up out of the northwest north northwest. sunny skies warmer will take us into tuesday and wednesday before another cool down comes in. and right now, couple of forecast models are trying to paint us with a little rain on saturday. my guess is will be cloudy cooler for now. maybe some drizzle. but rain would be confined to the north, but something kind of interesting for the first weekend in june 60 seventies eighties on the temps tomorrow, warmer, especially inland will get that into wednesday. then the fog starts to come back as another system approaches, which will cool us down into the week. all right. thank you, steve. there are just two remaining northern white rhinos in the world and they are both female. coming up at six o'clock. we're going to tell you what's being done to try to save the species plus people have to sell their homes, their businesses their farms. and you know they can only bring what they could carry. it has been 80 years since the u. s government started rounding up japanese immigrants and japanese americans and put them in incarceration camps coming up.
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for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits.
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as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller. welo it's 5 44. today marks 80 years since oakland native fred korematsu was arrested in 1942 for refusing to report to a mass incarceration site. the core amat's e. khurmato along with 210,000, other japanese immigrants and americans of japanese descent were ordered to pack up leave their homes after the japanese attack on pearl harbor simply because they were japanese. thirds of the people incarcerated were american citizens. ktvu is. jana katsuyama spoke with car mats whose daughter as part of a closer look at how that chapter of history is being remembered
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today. this family photo was taken by a stranger showing a mother with her two children waiting. the boy in american kid from hayward. is satoshi. he be now 91 years old. we're waiting for the bus to take us to turn for racing track. it was april 1942. japan's attack on pearl harbor four months earlier had unleashed a tidal wave of fear and anti japanese hate. he be and others too young to understand war were old enough to feel the pain of prejudice, losing my friend. all my friends , and they, their parents said. don't go there. photos taken by dorothea lange captured he bees , family and others as the u. s military ordered more than 110,000, japanese american citizens and japanese immigrants along the entire west coast. to leave their homes. when the order came, people just had days in less than a week to get their affairs in order, people had to sell their homes. their
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businesses. their farms, steve locomotives family had been in san francisco since 18 98 family and others we had to live in a horse stall. horse stall that was full of manure and urine. tan fran in san bruno was one of dozens of makeshift assembly centers on the west coast from their people were transported to one of the 10 concentration camps or other detention centers across the nation. forced to live for years in drafty barracks behind barbed wire on desolate land, families sometimes separated livelihoods and lives lost. president franklin delano roosevelt signed executive order 9066 on february 19th 1942. the order authorized the military to create military exclusion zones and four civilians out. executive order. 9066 never mentioned japanese immigrants or citizens. it was at san francisco's presidio that lieutenant general john dewitt decided to declare the entire
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west coast. a military exclusion zone specifically targeting all persons of japanese ancestry. this is general the rates office. national park service ranger james osborne says to its historic office is still preserved on the second floor of a presidio building. that's now a private school in this office , march and 1942. that he's signed all those assembly orders signed 108 exclusion orders about 80,000 of those incarcerated were american citizens, many of them children. so really, this is where it became racist. you know these and there were no not on the east coast, saying people of german ancestry all have to report, osborne says. ironically dewitt knew that less than a mile from his office housed in building number 6 40 was a secret project. the military intelligence school where 58 japanese americans were training
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to become wartime interpreters, loyal soldiers even as the law punished their parents and this was top secret. they could not tell their families. under court martial. they were threatened not to tell anyone, their whereabouts and what they were doing the school now a museum also honors the tens of thousands of young japanese americans who joined the military. the 1/100 infantry battalion for 42nd regimental combat team became the most highly decorated unit in history for its size and length of service. other americans took a different path to show their patriotism. karen korematsu says her father, fred, stayed in the east bay for months until he was caught and arrested in san leandro for disobeying military orders. all due process of law was denied. so the japanese americans never were charged with the crime access to an attorney or had their day in court, and my father thought it was wrong as an american citizen . korematsu is legal battle when all the way to the u. s supreme
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court he lost in the 63 decision. but at the presidio officers club and exhibit has a quote from dissenting justice owen roberts, who called it quote a clear violation of constitutional rights. in the 80 years since executive order 9066 . there's been a national reckoning of the wrongs, researchers and covered secret government documents showing no japanese american espionage or need for mass incarceration in the courts. judges vacated convictions of three men korematsu gordon here, obayashi and min yasui. and in 1988, president reagan signed the civil liberties act, providing in official apology and granting redress of $20,000 to the surviving incarcerate these but the letter of apology and reparations checks from president bush came too late. for many who had already passed on. at the presidio officers club. a wall of windows bears the names of the incarcerate these satoshi, he bees name is
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there each person story a part of the nation's history and 80 years later, a race to honor the legacy that they leave behind. at tan fran. a memorial is set to go up in july. we're building a memorial right now, because most of these 8000 they're not here anymore. for some survivors . it's the hope that history will not be repeated during wartime. and the treatment of innocent people. people are not treated as individuals, but they're treated as members of groups. i would like them to know about fdr and his. it's it's his ultimate responsibility. it could have been ask for more tolerance. i hope to that future generations will find lessons to live by. my message to everyone was fred korematsu was one person who made that made a difference in the face adversity and so can you. in san francisco. jana katsuyama ktvu fox two news
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and we have much more coverage of asian american pacific islander heritage month on the ktvu news app and on our ktvu website just go to ktvu dot com slash a p i a lot of really great stories there for sure. good information. steve paulson . is it going to be? i know you said, it's me pretty nice day. was that beach all the way inland? pretty nice. yes great won't be hard or anything, but it'll be nice nationally is very active again. the system we had on saturdays, producing some snow and the northern rockies at the end of may. you can see that and out ahead of that northern plains. probably around denver all the way to minneapolis. some thunderstorm activity so any travel plans to those areas. salt lake city maybe rapid city, bismarck, minneapolis, denver might have some delays. you can see where the area of low pressure is versus high pressure. i see the little dip in the old jet stream there, and i'd say it goes right there and then goes up like that. so
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that's your low, and that's your high forties and fifties on the temps napa airport down to a cool 46, palo alto 49. sunnyvale upper forties, sandra fell novato in there as well. lol and creek at 47. same in the santa cruz mountains even fell down to 44, santa cruz capital, aptos, all forties morgan hill, san martino in their santa clara, saratoga, campbell and south san jose. these are cool, cool mornings. temperatures that will bump up a little bit here. sandra fell. wanna creek, san carlos and east san jose going 74 78 76 75 today so after a cool weekend, we'll get a little rebound today. more so tomorrow. so patchy fog little bit on the peninsula, mainly in the higher elevations. santa cruz mountains down towards santa cruz and monterey. um a little bit warmer, though most locations will be in the seventies inland. tomorrow, though, will bump them into the low and mid eighties and maybe some operators by the time we get to wednesday but that's the law giving the snow in the rockies. the high well knows in as it does, temps will rebound. remember the days are long angle of sons much higher now, so it doesn't take long to
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jump up sunny skies. it'll be warmer, especially as we ended tuesday and wednesday, then it comes right back down. our good buddy. the european forecast model, which is considered the best of the bunch, has some rain on a saturday. others have a lot of cloud cover and cooler temps. so my guess is it'll probably just be cloudy cooler. breezy maybe some drizzle. but still five days away, 60 seventies to near 80. tomorrow, it's all about more sunshine and warmer temps, especially in the wednesday then here comes the cool down. end of the week. you guys okay? see time is 5 53. a lot of people will be traveling the next few days as part of the memorial day holiday coming up for you at six o'clock will bring you a live report from sfo. you see, we're travelers can expect after major flight delays around the world. doctors are trying to come. fears about monkey pox as more cases are discovered throughout the country. the reason they say, it's not a big concern. 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.
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56 d heartbreak of hepatitis a didn't may be linked to two brands of organic strawberries. the fda says the strawberries branded as fresh campo and 80 be sold at several big retailers, including safeway, trader joe's and wal mart. the fda says these organic strawberries purchased between march 5th and april 25th should be thrown out and you can get more information on the f d. a s
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website. well, it is taken more than two years, but top gun maverick finally made its box office debut. yeah. they're back work on the movie wrapped up in 2019, but paramount insisted it needs to be seen and heard in the theaters and was never considered for a streaming release. the sequel to the 1986 hits starring tom cruise, as a navy fighter pilot has taken in an estimated $124 million in its first three days. thomas find 57 even though california is now seen another confirmed case of monkeypox bay area, doctors say you don't have to worry about it. we had so many other things to be concerned about right now. this is definitely not one of them. the doctors all over the country of being briefed by health department and say this virus is not like covid. it's actually really hard to transmit . they say you won't get it by just being near someone who has it. it takes close physical
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contact with the blisters of the virus. self limiting it burns itself out. so even if we did nothing, it would probably still even burn itself out. and the doctors tell us one person with monkeypox will on average only infect one or maybe fewer people where someone with covid will probably infect about 15 people. well may is als awareness month , and health experts hope to bring more attention to the neurological disease that first gained notoriety when baseball great lou gehrig was diagnosed with als more than 80 years ago , it became known as lou gehrig's disease. silicon valley group called everything ailes is now involved in groundbreaking research. its goal. is to use artificial intelligence to help diagnose this disease earlier our goal is by end of the year. we want to have an algorithm and a biomarker in front of fda. ai really figures out. what are the key features within speech
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implicated in l s d diagnosis? the founder and ceo of the group is determined to find a cure for the disease that killed her husband three years ago. time is 5 59 after a two year pandemic related break, carnival, san francisco and its grand parade came back this weekend. the drums, and this year the parade featured cable cars 200 low rider cars, the drummers, dancers, djs and a lot of performers. it was also the city's first ever community led. permitted cannabis garden organizers say the event was the way to heal from the pandemic and celebrate san francisco's diversity. well it is expected to be a busy few days on the roads and the airports as people are starting to come home from their travels from memorial day. ktb is james torres already live
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from sfo. don't take a look at some of the problems travelers may face. plus it's important to me because there's a person that gave their life at the age of 21 for their country, and i just don't want them to be forgotten , remembering military service members who died serving their country well, look at various ceremonies here in the bay area and around the nation honoring their sacrifice. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark. good morning. i'm pam cook monday morning. may 30th memorial day, happy memorial day to all of you. lot of people have plans to get out and about steve paulson has our forecast. well pretty quiet. pretty nice, not as windy. a lot of sunshine wall to wall that's for sure. there's a teeny bit of fog down towards santa cruz mountains and also around monterey. but little cool here upper forties fifties won't last. i mean, we'll bump up, but it's smooth sailing and a lot of sunshine here. temperatures will
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bump up you can see it is clear and temperatures will begin to move up a little bit. monday fun day here for a holiday. not too hot, not to cool. sunny and nice breeze will pick up. no, that's crazy as it was over the weekend , but 60 seventies to near 80 degrees, all right. over to ali . now still good or something new show up. still pretty good. there are a couple minor minor issues you want to mention and they have to do with the san mateo bridge. we can go to the maps and show you that right away. now, keep in mind. these are some minor incidents. it's not creating any sort of major backup in this area. but something to be aware of, as you are. get off the actually get onto the cemetery bridge from san mateo county eastbound 92, just west of hildale. there's a crash there. a couple of people hit a deer and then earlier this morning eastbound 92 just west of the toll plazas from the opposite direction. there was hit and run crash, but you can see from this live picture here. no backups caused by any of those earlier problems we mentioned if you're driving from the east bay to sfo, you should have an easy time on that bridge
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to 80 in san jose, north and south and barely any cars on the road. it should be overall pretty easy commute. for folks out there, 601. let's go back to the desk. well, if you're heading to the airport today, expect a lot of company k tvs. james torres live at san francisco international airport . the t s a predicting air travel could be as popular this holiday weekend as it was before the pandemic started. james yeah , the days leading up to today. certainly show a little bit of proof of that, pam. good morning to you pretty busy day at the airport today. not just today, but pretty much for the weekend as well. folks getting ready for those flights headed out this morning and some of those first flights for the day already in the air. sfl looking pretty good, too. when it comes to the status of those flights, only a handful of cancelations or delays to report this morning as far as how many people are actually traveling. that's looking real good, too. looking at 2019 numbers the friday before memorial day saw about 2.5 million people checking through t s a that number dropped big time in 2020 and about 260,000. now it's looking
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like we've picked back up friday before memorial day this year, just a few days ago, reporting more than 2.3 million people checking in for flights travelers say they're willing to make the summer trips. despite the rising cost of travel. definitely more expensive, but you know, the planes are full, so supply and demand. in fact, the airlines don't have enough staff, so i don't really see it coming down too soon. depending where in the country you are traveling from this weekend, you may have been on one of about 1000 flights canceled, according to the web site flight, aware only about 100 flights nationwide are canceled. as of this morning. a lot of those problems coming in from atlanta. whether has seemed to be a problem that's been affected a lot of these flights as well. airline officials also can attribute airline shortages, worker shortages that may be causing some delays. have depending on where you are going to this morning where you are coming from, be sure to check the status of your flight before
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you have the door this morning. we are live this morning at sfl. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news, james. thank you. time 604 happening this memorial day bay area ceremonies and parades remembering the lives of soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen who died in combat from all of the wars. the u. s has been involved there this morning at 9 30. the marin county united veterans will hold a ceremony in san rafael at the military monument. at 11 a.m. senator alex padilla will join gold star families at the san francisco presidio for memorial ceremonies there. also at 11 o'clock ceremonies at the oak hill cemetery in san jose. in walnut creek civic park, and it's san jose's mission city memorial park earlier this weekend, scouting groups decorated gravesites at the golden gate national cemetery in san bruno. each one of these scouts takes a reference that i am honoring you . i am honoring what you've
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done, and i'm honoring your dedication to america. and the scouts. we talked to say they decorated the graves during the pandemic, but this year, it seems more important than two more people will come to the ceremony cemetery to honor fallen heroes. many businesses in most public buildings will be closed today for the federal holiday that includes all government offices, the postal service in courts. there's no delivery service by amazon fedex or ups. banks and public schools are also closed, and there is no trading on the u. s. stock markets today. most public transit agencies are running on reduced holiday schedules, as well as 605 leading up to memorial day. it was a special tribute to people who served on a warship with special meaning here in the bay area. the uss san francisco was part of major fighting in the pacific during world war two ktvu is greg ligon shows us how people gathered over the weekend to remember those who died. color guard
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helped open the ceremony at fort miley, where more than 200 gathered to honor our fallen soldiers who served aboard the uss san francisco during world war two. many in the crowd had family members who served on the ship. thank you for being here to make this moment important so that we never forget those from our families from our nation's that went out. in the next uniform of their country and paid the ultimate sacrifice. the uss san francisco was one of the most storage ships that fought in the pacific. john l. williamson was an anti aircraft gunner. and it was one of the 100 plus who died in the battle of guadalcanal, though he never met his uncle, troy thorpe traveled from las vegas to honor him and others. it's important to me because here's a person that gave their life at the age of 21 for their country, and i just don't want them to be forgotten. europe's shared a photo of what he says is the only known painting depicting the uss san francisco. during that infamous 1942 november
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battle that cost so many their lives. at this year's service, there was a special posthumous chair of honor. petty officer leonard harmon, the first black man to have a naval ship named in his honor. he, too, died aboard the uss san francisco while trying to save the lives of others. professor james armstead read the words of the president as he posthumously awarded harmon, the navy cross in 1943. he did deliberately exposed himself. the hostel gunfire in order to protect the shipmate. and as a result of this courageous deed was killed in action. while many here know well, the personal pain of losing a loved one in war, there are countless other americans who don't john mcknight says. regardless it's important for everyone to recognize our service members on memorial day , people will go out and enjoy this weekend. i hope they celebrate. i hope the barbecue i hope they have all the foods they love. and i hope they take one extra moment to remember
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that somebody out there gave their lives so that we could have the freedoms we enjoy this weekend. during the service. the american flag flew at half staff , but not for the reason you might think organizers held a moment of silence and acknowledge the gesture was to honor the victims of the school shooting in texas. greg legans ktvu fox two news. thank you, greg. people celebrating memorial day weekend need to be aware of the high fire danger. there is a red flag warning for parts of solano county again this morning and further inland towards the sacramento valley. that means firefighters are warning people who are breaking out those charcoal grills for holiday party. you need to keep an eye on the fire as winds are expected in the forecast again. one big tip from fire crews make sure that the grill is not set up. somewhere in the direct path of the wind. that's where we really get into danger, because as soon as the spark hits these dry grass behind me that fire can carry, especially with 15 to 20 mile an hour winds. usually when it's really windy, i just
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used the gas grill. it's a little more controllable with the lid to make sure we barbecue kind of like a you know when the sun is going down a little bit where it's a little bit cooler, not too much heart to where it can pick up. fire crews are also warning against memorial day bonfires and reminding people not to use any outdoor gas powered equipment like lawn mowers and weed whackers when there is a high fire danger. time at 609 in the east bay near pittsburgh. strong winds pushed the vegetation fire over the weekend. it started saturday, but reignited yesterday it burned 50 acres in the wetlands near the river. contra costa county firefighters floated on the ground and from the air is large plumes of smoke filled the sky. officials say no homes or buildings are in danger. the flames will smolder for review days. the cause of the fire is under investigation. and then fremont. firefighters were able to quickly control of small vegetation. fire started yesterday afternoon near lake
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elizabeth. only two acres burn. no injuries were reported. the investigation continues into how that fire started. law enforcement officers in lake tahoe say they are cracking down on dangerous behavior in the water is the busy summer tourism season gets underway there increasing patrols along lake tahoe shore line to watch out for voters who are out on the lake after having too much to drink. officers will also crack down on those who ignore the boat speed laws and lifejacket requirements. there are an estimated 15,000 vote trips around lake tahoe between memorial day. and labor day. looks nice time is 16 steve paulson says our weather to death. ali rasmus see they always want to get the youtube. ali traffic. any problems out there know the weather is nice. the traffic is nice couple really minor issues on the san mateo bridge that we mentioned last time and this time, want to show you the maps of it, though i want to get kind of a broader view, so folks can see what the
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drive is like if they're heading north and south of the peninsula to sfo, you can see it's all clear those two crashes you see. on off the bridge in the eastbound direction, not affecting the community. if there isn't a commute today, let's be honest. it's memorial day, and this is what we like to see on a holiday. also highway for bay point. no traffic troubles to tell you about here and a bridge toll plaza. traffic is light. 6 11. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you, ali laiho crab fisherman is in serious trouble. the restricted area he's accused of crabbing that could result in a seven figure. fine now know the warriors are going to play the boston celtics in the nba finals . we told you how they're preparing for game one on thursday.
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sizr yesterday. celebrations say today's event will go on as planned. despite a shooting last night. it happened on the festival grounds just before eight p.m. at andrews park on
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the east mountain vista avenue. police say an off duty officer helped to arrest an 18 year old from suisun city, who is accused of wounding an 18 year old from fairfield. the suspect is facing charges of attempted homicide assault with a deadly weapon and violating probation. the justice department now plans to examine texas law enforcement officials response to the elementary school shooting and you've all the texas families and community members are angry that police officers do not rush into the school to rescue the children as soon as they knew a gunman was inside. officials say they were treating the scene as a barricaded suspect, not an active shooting. president biden and first lady jill biden met privately with the families of the 21 people who died as well as with other members of the school community who say the president's visit. help them. a lot of hurting hearts everywhere, whether it's at the church or the school or here. i think it's good that he came to express his sympathy for the
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community, and i believe the community appreciates that as well. this is a time to come together and set differences aside. the bidens also saw the temporary display honoring the shooting victims. with photos, flowers and candles for each of the victims. community leaders say more should be done to prevent another tragedy like this one, but tougher gun control measures have been bogged down in congress for years. here at home at church in alameda, has a special tribute to the body shooting victims outside towers united methodist church on oak street. there are 21 chairs with flowers in the names of the 19 children and two teachers. who were killed in the mass shooting time now. 6 15 san francisco giants manager gabe kapler says he may suspend his protest against gun violence on this memorial day when the giants are playing the phillies and philadelphia. the capital started to protest after last week's deadly mass shooting at an elementary school and you
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validate texas. he said he would not come out on the field for the national anthem until he feels quote better about the direction of our country. warriors head coach steve kerr says he supports kapler's decision. i always support. um any form of peaceful protest. you know, that's what our country is founded on. i am. i think it's great that he is making his own statement. i think everyone has to do it their own way. and uh, that's the way game shows and i applaud him forward. capitalist says his decision to skip the national anthem has nothing to do with the u. s military or veterans who have served our country. well, we now know who the warriors will play in the nba finals, the celtics the road to the nba championship, now runs through. boston celtics beat miami heat last night in game seven of the eastern conference finals. in fact, boston never trailed in the game game. one of
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the finals will be at chase center this thursday at six p.m. now the warriors will get an entire week's rest before game one. steve kerr and his coaching staff gave the players both friday and saturday off to help them recover. the team held a light workout yesterday and the players say it has been nice to have some extra time at home to get ready for the finals. just being there to do go to your routine real to sleep in your own bed and prepare in the washroom at home and do things that you used to, uh, just a lot more a lot more comfortable. you know, it's a lot better to get the jitters out at home, and when the crowds going for you, everybody's cheering you on in two years and i having fans and you can really tell the difference now, when you got to a full crowds and crowds going crazy, so it's just glad that the chase centers is rocking like this, and they've been really giving us extra boost. definitely rocking. on top of that the dubs could be getting some reinforcements. otto porter sore left foot reportedly healing nicely. the team says he
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is making good progress towards being able to play for game one. and the team is actually hopeful that gary payton, the second fractured left elbow has improved enough so that he might be ready to play in game one, and there's also some hope that andre would allow could suit up to see some action in the finals as well. he has been out since the first round against the nuggets. he's been excellent on the bench deep, deep bench. he's incredible encouraging the other players. alright time at 6 18. let's try to give you some encouragement. ali rasmus watching our traffic. what's it look like now? i have good news . if you want to feel encouraged , and you're driving this morning, things look pretty good. we're going to start with the wide view of the east bay as he can see from our traffic maps. there's not a lot to talk about, maybe just a little bit of slow traffic. and westbound 205 is you get to westbound 5 80 through the livermore valley. there's two crashes at the cemetery bridge. those have been cleared. they're just continue to have that crash icon there, but you don't have to worry
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about anything. any slow traffic on the cemetery bridge. south bay traffic looks good as well. nice and clear onnorth and soutd highway 24 in lafayette. not that many people out on the road. it should be a pretty easy drive pretty much anywhere you are going 6 19 and let's turn things over to steve paulson. it's going to be nice and sunny. pretty much anywhere. you're driving this morning to wall. yeah, not mostly sunny, sunny. it's sunny temperatures, though a little cool here this morning under mainly clear skies, there's a teeny bit of patchy fog. santa cruz mountains down towards the monterey. the air aloft has been really cool for the end of may, although it is bumping up slowly. sonoma mountain now 54. diablo though 47 ben lomond mountain 46 that's cool north and 36 north at 15, north of seven, so little northerly breeze. but so far it has really made it to the surface that that much forties and fifties one creeks, 46 3 months 49 palo alto san carlos 49 napa airport 47. these are cool those livermore even 48 degrees. 39 upper like that
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deserves a wow. i mean, to get into may to get something out that it can't happen. it can, but it's been cool owes here. oh, forties upper forties and mid low fifties here, healdsburg windsor in there. ross at 51, but 49, but they could be a point raising vellios even dropped to 48 with sonoma cool. 46 sandra fell up three from 71 to 74 walnut creek to 78 san carlos up to 76 east san jose, from 73 to 75 today, so comfortable temps nice here 60 seventies to near 80. only some patchy fog. cool they won't last very long. sunny for all night, the breeze will pick up again in between systems is the high there to the west will build in that allowed temperatures start a little jump today. more so tomorrow, so it'll be nice. we'll get a northwest breeze today or and then sunny skies warmer. we'll get some mid eighties tomorrow, maybe some operators to near 90 on wednesday. then it starts to come right back down is another system drives in our good friend. the european forecast model considered the best of the bunch actually paint some rain
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on a saturday. others have a lot of cloud cover and cooler temps that my guess is that probably be the end result. maybe some drizzle, but sunny for all nice sixties seventies eighties and as we end main transition into june will start off warm and then start to cool down right again there, pam. all right. thank you, steve. it's a moment that went viral fan drinking a beer watching a tiger woods drive up next to that man landed a major endorsement deal. a big celebration happens this week in the uk to mark queen elizabeth 70 years on the throne will show you all the final preparations ahead of the platinum jubilee. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms.
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russian oil. over the weekend, president's linskey made a trip to kharkiv in eastern ukraine. he met with soldiers on the frontline to thank them for their service as the fighting between ukrainian and russian forces continues. new rocket launchers from the u. s have arrived on the battlefield and they are expected to give ukraine greater range and accuracy. if we will receive many mlrs enough mlrs systems so that can change the situation on the battlefield and help us to win faster case we will win, but that will help us to win faster , effectively with less victims. which is definitely very, very important. russia's ambassador to the u. s. called the delivery of rocket systems from the u. s unacceptable. in britain, they are getting ready to celebrate queen elizabeth's platinum jubilee. the country will mark queen elizabeth 70 years on the throne with a four day holiday.
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starting thursday, there will be a military parade concerts, street parties and the queen is scheduled to make an appearance on the balcony of buckingham palace to greet the crowds. this is recognizing a unique moment in british history. no british monarch has ever reached this milestone of 70 years on the throne. and so it's a reason for celebration. and, of course, after two years of pandemic, people are ready to get together. they are ready to celebrate, and this is a fantastic excuse. it's not clear how many events the 96 year old queen will attend. she has missed a number of appearances recently because of what royal officials call mobility issues. scientists in the african nation of kenya are stepping up their efforts to save the rare northern white rhino from extinction. there are now just two female rhinos left in the world. one is 33 years old and too old to safely give birth. so now scientists are pinning all their hopes on the younger 22 year old rhino to save the
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northern white rhino species. we have managed to create successfully at least 14 embryos that are now preserved, um in liquid nitrogen for the purposes of implantation on surrogate females. southern white rhino surrogate females. here. the last male of the species died in 2018. but his sperm was collected and is now being used to fertilize the eggs. the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi was arrested for a d u i. we're going to tell you about the crash he was involved in over the weekend. and honoring and remembering those who died while serving our country will tell you about some of the ceremonies happening today in the washington, dc, area. mm hmm . hmm hmm. hmm. yeah. hmm hmm
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wild we are live in the north bay will take a look at the parade in mill valley. and governor gavin newsom tested positive for covid 19. we'll tell you what we know about his condition and how he's treating his infection. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto instead of taking you live to the new york stock exchange this morning. stock markets are closed for memorial day. we take you out live to the mill valley fire department where they are hosting. a pancake breakfast today. i know that sounds yummy. maybe they deliver or doordash from the pancake breakfast. they're happy to be out there celebrating
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memorial day and honoring those for the first time since before the pandemic. we're out there live at that parade that will be happening this morning as well. so we'll bring you some of the things going on unless memorial day. thank you for joining us here on morning sun, too. i'm pam cook. good morning. i'm dave clark. monday it may 30th happy memorial day to you, steve paulson. i told him, steve perfect weather right now. it is nice and it's a beautiful morning here a little on the cool side temperatures that will bump up a little bit, but just near average here under mostly clear skies unless you're up in towel, which is behind our good friend brandon says. warmest 46 degrees ever kind of nice, kind of pleasant, actually, that is added boundary oaks golf course and walnut creek. brendan is always very kind to have channel two on the monitor. you're going monitor when you go into for your tea time. tell him you said hi. okay because he's a good man over there. thank you, brandon. clear skies except for a little bit of patchy fog down towards us. santa cruz, monterey santa cruz mountains, actually. so monday monday. today will be
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nice, nice. very nice. there's two bands in their sunny, breezy today. 60 seventies tenure 80 degrees, alright, allies here. your feet aren't up on the desk, but you've thought about it. they might as well be steve. you know what else is nice. along with the clear skies are the pictures that we can see from our traffic cameras starting with this one of the bay bridge span. i had pulled this up because there was a report of a stalled vehicle west of treasure island on eastbound 80. but now that's been cleared, so we see a few things coming up here and there, but nothing major traffic wise on any bay area roadways so in the meantime, just taking the nice views here in the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic moving very smoothly. metering lights won't go on at all, because it is a holiday. 18 oakland very clear in san mateo bridge as well. 6 31. let's go back to the desk. all right. thank you. what happening today ? many bay area communities are resuming their annual memorial day celebrations after they were
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put on hold during the pandemic . ktvu is amanda quintana is in mill valley, where one of the city's biggest event is just about to start its busy behind you. the veterans ceremony and parade. good morning, amanda. they are busy. yes that is right . good morning. there's a whole list of events that are going to happen here today, both to celebrate the veterans in this community and also just bring the community together because they haven't had these big events so, really, it's been three years now. behind me. we have the boy scouts of america, helping out volunteering here to get set up for the pancake breakfast. i can't smell it just quite yet. i think they're getting ready to start cooking. now this starts right here in front of city hall in just 30 minutes. it's been put on by the volunteer firefighters association for about 50 years before having to pause because of covid. it raises 10 to $15,000 for the organization. i'm told in years
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past they served about 1700 people, but they're expecting a big turnout this morning of about 2000 people. people are ready. people are ready to get out of the houses and you know we're going to have a parade. we're going to have this breakfast and we have the carnival downtown. it's a pretty exciting weekend. it's like the it's kind of like. the outpouring of the community to uh you know, i think everybody's pretty excited. then at 9 45 this morning, the veterans ceremony starts at light and square, and that is followed by the parade at 10 30. the route is 1.6 miles long going from throckmorton avenue to miller avenue, and it ends that tamil pious high school. there is also a party that's going to happen after that parade, and that's really for the kids in the community to come together. they have live music. they have food . they have lots of activities. it's more of a carnival for everyone to come together, and that will happen all day, going
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until five o'clock. so today is about memorial day. it's also about getting people out of their house back together being able to come together. as a community after dealing with the pandemic and having to cancel all those years, so a lot of people here are very excited to be able to be out here to help out and just turn it to be around each other. this morning live in mill valley. amanda quintana ktvu fox two news. thank you. now california state parks are going to be free today for military members and veterans, and that includes several bay area state parks like mount diablo state park and henry cowell's redwoods state park. service members. you have to show a military id or proof of discharge to get that free admission. today marks the 1/100 anniversary of the dedication of the lincoln memorial in washington, d. c the memorial on the national mall honors the 16th, president of the united states, but the national park service says over the years it has become a symbol for much
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more. it is the foremost location in the city, if not the entire country where people gather to demonstrate regarding civil rights. so you know, from marian anderson in 1939 to dr king sharing his dream there in 1963. it has become an important location beyond just memorializing abraham lincoln. the memorial features a statue of president lincoln and engravings of the gettysburg address and lincoln's second inaugural address. pam time is 6 35 a little later this morning, president biden, vice president kamala harris and their families will mark memorial day at the tomb of the unknown soldier. arlington national cemetery will be laying ceremonial wreath there. earlier this holiday weekend, there was a parade of people laying flowers at that tomb for the first time in years , and national park service allowed anyone to lay flowers at the monument. it symbolizes
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missing service members from all american wars. the district attorney of san francisco wants a local fishermen to pay after being accused of illegal crab fishing fishermen from the late ho is accused of setting crab traps in the north caroline island state marine reserve, which is a protected area, prosecutors say when agents from the department of fish and wildlife pulled those traps out of the water, they found a license number connecting the traps to that fisherman's boat. fishermen allegedly told wildlife officials that he did not know the area was protected . he now faces fines of almost $1 million as well as a misdemeanor charge. time is 6 36 at least three candidates on the ballot in next month's election in san jose, thieves are stealing their campaign signs. one of the candidates is van legs. is running for san jose city council in the race for district seven. she has a theory on why hundreds of per signs vanished in the weeks leading up to her lecture. it's not like
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fun time, but at least some of them is two or three times. so i feel that someone did not want my name out there and didn't want me to win this election or whatever. so that's what they did. so it is that i feel very frustrated about this. now district five candidate rolando bania also says his campaign designed to being stolen recently tweeted these photos asking people to contact san jose police if they saw this brown toyota tundra. get mad mehan. he's a candidate for san jose mayor says he, too, is that hundreds of his campaign signs stolen. the husband of house speaker nancy pelosi, was arrested over the weekend in napa county on suspicion of drunk driving. the chp says 82 year old paul pelosi was arrested late saturday night after allegedly crashing his porch into another car while trying to cross highway 29 lakeshore highway. no one was hurt. pelosi was booked on two misdemeanor counts, and he
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posted bail sunday morning and was released. a spokesman for house speaker nancy pelosi, did not issue a comment the pelosi's own home in st helena time is 6 38 governor gavin newsom, who tested positive for covid will keep isolating through thursday. the governor in the tweet said he's only had mild symptoms vaccinated. he received his second booster shot almost two weeks ago. the positive test came just hours after he met with new zealand's prime minister. yes, indah ardern. as part of a climate change event. the governor's office says he doesn't know how he picked up the virus, but says he is now taking packs little bit to fight those symptoms. alright we wish him well. 38 is the time traffic pretty light. i did definitely see some cars out even early when i came in early, but hopefully no big problems. yes people are out and about, but it's just not the regular volume that you'd see on a typical monday morning, it is memorial day. so a lot of folks sleeping in this morning including south
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, let's take a look at the maps. there are a couple of things here and there. there was an earlier report of something a stalled vehicle in the eastbound direction of 80 in the bay bridge, but as soon as we tried to look on the cameras. things had resolved, but there is a little bit of a delay in getting this crash icons to come off of the maps. richmond san rafael bridge things very clear here. no problems to tell you about their and it's pretty similar story, and he's pretty much all of our bay area. highways this morning highway four. traffic is late bridge toll plaza. i could probably count on two hands. the number of cars that i see getting onto the span, so no problems there 6 39. here's steve paulson with the luggage. today's memorial day weather and a nice very nice is how you've summarized it all morning. that's a song by ambrosia. nice nice. very nice. it is nice to hear ali. thank you will be a clear skies here. there's only a teeny bit of fog down towards monterey santa cruz mountains, so i'll mention it's really not
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in the forecast, but i'll mention forties fifties. looks like we bottomed out, but a lot of forties here. san carlos, sunnyvale, fremont livermore walnut creek, 46 napa 47 san rafael 49 degrees i did see 43 up in sevastopol alamos in there as well. castro valley. open all is dipped to 48, kensington, 49 clayton. 49 degrees shout out to everyone there at oakhurst saturday evening. my old stamping ground went out there and it was nice to see everybody, uh san rafael, walnut creek, san carlos and east san jose bumping up 74 78 76 75. on the high forecast. i remember i do my own forecast temps here. 60 seventies to near 80 degrees, only a few patches of fog. otherwise kulov's within the last long the nights are just so short now, sonny. for all, it'll be nice, but we can't get rid of that breeze that'll be out of the northwest. everyone there in between systems. there is the high builds, and that was a pretty good system for saturday. there'll be another one coming
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in this saturday is the way it looks. it will be nice, but the breeze will pick up a little bit warmer today. more so tomorrow we'll get some mid eighties, maybe some operators by wednesday before the next sistema cooler system begins to work its way in and there's some hints. maybe some rain on saturday. i know, first weekend in june. i'd be surprised if it made it. although you know, possibility. we had some in mendocino county over the weekend. i think we'll see a repeat performance of that again. sixties seventies to near 80 warmer tuesday into wednesday before we start to cool it down that next system approaches that will start thursday and take us into a cooler. mostly cloudy friday saturday. okay, see time is 6 41, the latest on the work in silicon valley to find a cure for a i'll s up next, how technology is being used to help people affected by that disease. plus. first the chicken with garcia in our newsroom with a look at what else is coming up here on morning sun, too. good morning. good morning, pam and dave. when i join you in studio record high gas prices have more people around the world thinking about going electric. but that's not the case with everyone here in the united states, with some
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fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. thea chance to get away, but we found people saying they had to stay close to home because of those high gas prices, the average gas price around the country for 62 a gallon, but it's almost a
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dollar and a half more per gallon here in california. industry analysts say with a shortage of crude oil, fewer workers along with the global supply crisis, prices are not likely to drop anytime soon. especially here in california, where our summer blend gas costs more money. more people are hitting the road and you have this sort of increased demand at gas stations. you could see these prices stay high throughout all of summer and into the fall. and the people we talked to say they're considering alternatives like riding motorcycles or buying electric vehicles. most of the people we talked to say not driving is not an option for them. despite another confirmed monkeypox case showing up in california, local doctors are telling people they do not need to be concerned. we have so many other things to be concerned about right now. this is definitely not one of them. doctors are being briefed about by public health departments
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nationwide and say the virus is not like covid and is actually very difficult to transmit. they say you won't get it by just being near someone who has it. it takes close. physical contact with the blisters of the virus. self limiting it burns itself out. so even if we did nothing, it would probably still even burn itself out. doctors tell us one person with monkeypox will on average only infect one person compared to someone with covid, who will likely infect about 15 people. time at 6 46. a month of may is alcs awareness month, and health experts want to put more attention on this neurological disease that first became well known when baseball grade. lou garrick was diagnosed with a l x more than 80 years ago. and it became known as lou gehrig's disease, a silicon valley group called everything else is now involved in crown breaking research. their goal is to use artificial intelligence to help diagnose this disease earlier our goal is by end of
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the year. we want to have an algorithm and a biomarker in front of fda really figures out . what are the key features within speech that's implicated in lsd diagnosis. as the founder and ceo of the group is determined to find a cure for the disease that took the life of her husband three years ago. well it has taken more than two years, but top gun maverick finally made its box office debut. okay yeah. work on the movie actually wrapped up in 2019, but paramount insisted it needs to be seen and heard in the theaters and was never considered for streaming release the sequel to the 1986 stars starring tom cruise, as a navy fighter pilot has taken in an estimated $124 million in its first three days. angels times favorite dangerous men by
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the moment instead of trying to documented look at them and right there. the beer companies now calling him the mikel obi guy. they're selling cans and shirts with his photo. here he is with this hat, and that is actually brilliant, right? everybody's capturing it, and he's savoring the moment and they're saying mikel obi is paying him with. copious amounts of beer so we can continue to savor his favorite beer 15 minutes. only one without a phone looks like yeah, that's very funny. good. good for him. i hope he's also getting paid with real money, not just beer, because that is his image that they're using to market. yeah their products so he needs an agent. yes. okay. good for him. let's check traffic this morning, and there isn't a whole lot to tell you about. actually one problem, though, is on the central freeway in san francisco , this is southbound one just before you get to the 80 connector. there's a crash blocking the slow lane. there's
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not a lot of cars out on the road anyway, so it's not really creating any big backups. normally on a regular monday, we would expect it to but not today. this holiday cemetery bridge good and to 80 in san jose, looking good as well, a lot of sunshine in these traffic cameras, and that will turn things over to steve paulson for look at today's weather. thank you very much, ali. we'll get right to it. it will be a beautiful day today after a windy weekend saturday, partly to mostly cloudy or good friend, just me and clayton. they're breaking out. the yacht rock reference with ambrose's nice, nice, very nice. it's very clever. if you don't know yet. rock is on satellite radio. think toto. christopher cross, pablo cruz, george benson, steely dan. it's actually very good. i've read that there's actually a yacht rock band. now that's going out on tour. i don't know if that's true or not. they play all those songs anyway. it's a great station on satellite radio. thank you for that. that's good, cool loads upper lake 39. kelsey ville 40 sebastopol 43 felton in the santa cruz mountains, 44 rohnert
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park, 44 san martin, santa clara valley, 45 on the stanford campus 45 walnut creek. at 46. that's cool. speaking of cool to cold bay in point reyes sea surface temperatures on those buoys 48 degrees san francisco, but we point arena monterrey 51 very cold again. this has been the theme here all the way back to april. we're going to probably see it into early june as well. the air aloft is still pretty cool. this will warm up starting tomorrow. but still you're seeing forties, mount diablo is only 47. ben lomond man's 46. that's cool. there's your forties for a few sandra fells in the 49 degree category . san carlos sunnyvale is at 48 livermore's 48 napa airport made it to 46. you can see some to the south as well around santa cruz, capitola, aptos to san martin, now down to 45, 47, santa clara campbell and even saratoga cupertino checking in at 49. today's weather will be nice 60 seventies to near 80, only a few patches of fog mainly down towards monterey. most locations will be in the seventies. today are upper seventies inland, but the high
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will build in for a couple of days. tuesday wednesday and we'll get a warm up so today is kind of the transition day. nice but breezy. can't get rid of that northwest breeze yet, but warm attempts are on the way for a couple of days before another system moves into the pacific northwest. some hints of possible rain for us on saturday . you know what we'll see. probably more likely drizzled anything else, but it does look like another cool down. so we had to friday and saturday 60 seventies eighties didn't near 80 and then tomorrow warmer operators, maybe near 90 for a few wednesday. the cooling starts thursday and it really kicks in friday saturday news. okay see time at 6 50 to a lot of people are traveling over the next few days. with the memorial day holiday coming up. we'll take you live to sfo. we'll see what flyers can expect after major flight delays around the world. and if you love the comic strip peanuts, there's a special exhibit this year really show you some of the items on display to mark what would have been the 1/100 birthday of peanuts creator charles schulz. direction action. no, no, help
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been caused by prescribed burns set by us far as managers. now investigators want to know whether proper fire protocols were followed that wildfire destroyed at least 330 homes displaced thousands of residents in northern new mexico virtual czar now keeping an eye out for troubling weather. with the dry conditions expected to continue this week. well in eldorado county. one family has been living in a tent after losing their home in the calgary fire, but they have now received a life changing gift. california fire foundation worked with the emergency rb foundation to deliver this rv to the family of five in somerset. it's also filled with items they need to get back on their feet. the foundation was alerted about their living situation by a teacher of the families 17 year old daughter. and said, i have an amazing student. she's really smart kids straight a's. she lost her home and then called or
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a fire. and despite that she's still a straight a student. what else are you gonna do? you gonna be sad every day? and why would you be saturday? every day when it doesn't change anything, you might as well just be happy. now the group emergency rb says it's now deliberate rbs to more than 100 families in similar situations. some of the supplies included that were donated or what the kids said they missed the most, including journals and art supplies after a two year pandemic related break, carnival , san francisco and his grand parade was back to the city this weekend. drum roll, please. this year, the parade featured cable cars. 200 low rider, cars, drummers, dancers, djs and a lot of performers. it was also the city's first ever community led permitted. cannabis garden organizers said the event was a
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way to heal from the pandemic and celebrate the diversity of san francisco. having all of us be able to come together and represents san francisco is very , very important, you know, kind of happens on memorial day weekend, which is a little different from the traditional fat tuesday, right when you usually have to vote during religious period, but here we have to do it a little different because of the weather and the scheduling and whatnot. and there were five stages from musical performers as well as food vendors, arts and crafts on display and for sale. it is 6 58 3 museums right now celebrating the art of charles schulz, creator of the peanut peanuts cartoon grew up in minnesota, but he spent most of his adult life in sonoma countered that museum in santa rosa is where charles schulz worked at his drawing board almost every day. it is joining a museum in ohio and another in japan,
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celebrating exhibits they call sparkplug to snooping 100 years of schultz, he often said, if you read his comics, you would know who he really was. the curator is a help you read between the lines he drew. my desire with this exhibition, which is to celebrate the centennial of sources. birth is for everybody to go away learning something to think. oh, i didn't know that about schulz. and some of his original art is correspondence with fans and toys and trinkets inspired by peanuts will be on display through the middle of september. you can see how the characters change slightly through the 50 years that charles schulz drew them as well as find out what inspired him to draw and focus on children. today is expected to be a busy one on the roads and airports as people return home from the memorial day weekend travels are james torres is live at sfo. he'll have a
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look at the problems. flyers may face plus, it's important to me because there's a person that gave their life at the age of 21 for their country, and i just don't want them to be forgotten. remembering the military members who gave their lives for this country, the ceremonies here in the bay area and beyond, honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and thank you for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian and good morning . i'm dave clark gets a monday. it's may 30th it is memorial day . important data mark can say happy memorial day we talked about, you know we're marking. memorial day's not a happy occasion, but it is it is a time to come together, i think and think about what's most important in life and in this country and for us, that is our freedom. so together we will mark memorial day along with steve paulson. he's here. the forecast

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