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fourth quarter. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian good morning. i'm dave clark. it's thursday, june 9th busy morning, and we're starting with breaking news. bart is recovering. now they had a system wide shutdown , causing major delays all over the bard system. let's get straight to ktvu akitani alive. the one that creek bart station to bring us an update. amanda gasol. bart is up and running now, but it was a bit of a becm about five o'clock to six this morning, there were no trains running. but as you can see people here at the walnut creek bart station, they are going inside of spoken to a few of them, and they were not aware of any outage any issues so it seems like their commute is going to be okay, possibly some delays, but that original alert
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that came out around five this morning and they said there was a system wide delayed due to a computer failure in bart's operations control center. now bart was telling passengers to find another way to get where they need to go this morning. they additionally didn't know initially didn't know how long that system would be down. but it ended up lasting about an hour. we've been speaking to people getting off bart here who did experience some delays. some people weren't affected at all. but one man says he's about 45 minutes late to work now. in lafayette. um i was going to depart station and parts. the part was open. but no change came through. i got my head my paper, so you know. delays will be for the rest of the day because we can hear announcements talking about how you should still expect major
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delays throughout the day. just as they recover from this. we were watching the tracks this morning at pittsburgh and lafayette bart along highways 24 highway four. we did not see any trains coming through there. for the first hour of service from 5 to 6. now you can hear the trains moving now. you initially when we got here around six o'clock, you heard announcements saying if you're outside of your standing outside, not sure what to do. come on back inside. you can get on the train, but again do expect major delays, all trains in all directions. for some people. it seems like that's about 15 to 20 minutes. but for some, it seems like that's more like 45 minutes to an hour, so just prepare for that if you plan on riding this morning live in walnut creek, amanda quintana ktvu fox two news. thank you. interesting stuff. alright 702. sal is back. he's watching all of our communities. morning. how's it? look now? it's a little busier
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because a lot of people during that five o'clock hour had to make the decision to do something else. and for that, that decision for many years just getting into that we see m. although it does look a little bustart running. i think it would be even worse. so there's that. but today, there is also a baseball game in san francisco, and that's going to affect traffic all day long in san francisco, especially for the evening commute with all those fans. get out at about the same time that the evening commute is right in the middle of it. they're cemetery bridge looks okay. dumbarton bridge. alright san mateo bridge has a little slowing. one on one has some slowing peninsula otherwise looks okay and the southeast. not all that slow yet 703. you can go to me. thank you. sal appreciate that. temperatures usually when we get hot around here other than the sixties, upper not yet a loft of the year is getting warmer. but at the
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surface, it's in the fifties cities only 53 tomatoes, 52 souls. menlo park, 56 san jose little band of high clouds coming over. most of the fog has been chewed up unless you're down towards monterey, so we will warm it up. most of the inland temps that will take a jump today comes though not so much, but if you high clouds cool lows. but getting warmer inland. so now we're looking for seventies eighties and some inland locations will bump into the nineties. let's get back to the news now that they have, and garcia, steve, thank you happening today. the special congressional committee investigating the january 6th insurrection at the us capitol will conduct its business on primetime television. tonight the house committee is calling more witnesses to share in full public view what they know. one of the confirmed witnesses is capitol police officer caroline edwards. she was the first law enforcement worker injured when rioters pushed their way into the capitol building. another is british filmmaker nick quested, who captured some of the most vivid images of the day opinions on tonight's hearing fall, mostly along party lines. these hearings will be a chance for
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the country to come together. to rally around the truth and unite around the rule of law. we owe it to the officers who lost their lives in the officers who were injured, but i wish they would really have time hearing on inflation rise of crime in this country as well. then the border itself. how can we secure that? what about baby for the house committee has already interviewed more than 1000 people and spent months reading 140,000. these are the first proceedings to get widespread live coverage starting at five o'clock tonight will bring you the entire hearing live into the january 6th attack. you can see it here at ktvu. you can also watch the live stream for the full hearing. of course, our local regular newscast will be on for you meet us over on ktvu plus during the hearing. alright time to 705. now that san francisco district attorney chasuble dean has been recalled voters in san francisco, macy another special.
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san francisco mayor london breed can appoint the city's next district attorney. she says. you'll take her time selecting a replacement and hopes the name someone next month. but you are. these is hearing from people interested in being considered for that job. i wouldn't say that. i necessarily have a list. i would say that there are a lot of people who have reached out to my office to express interest . it's not a question of whether we're soft on crime or tough on crime. are we being smart on crime? i want to whoever the mayor appoints will serve at least until the next election in november, but the elections department can't certify the election in time for that election to be put on the november ballot. maybe a different special election to decide who will permanently run the rest of chasuble dean's term . can we talk about that game last night? yes we can minutes. alright. warrior star stephon curry says he should be ready to go tomorrow night against the boston celtics crossed the
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warriors really need him there, down two games to one in the nba finals. ktvu is andres senior here with us now with what we know about me to show what it gets down to you and tell us if i could do that. oh, dear. we can expect to receive an update on steph curry a little later today. and although the warriors lost to the celtics won 16 100, the game could have ended much worse. steph was hurt late in the fourth quarter. celtics £24n steps leg his left leg. you see it right there. ouch as both players went after loose ball step screamed and pain, limped afterwards but briefly stayed in the game. he was pulled when it became clear that the dubs had no chance to catch up. so for sprain essentially. that's what it felt like and then i'll see how i response. so not much other than, say. and i don't feel like i miss a game, though.
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well to that point, steph was his usual self, just a beast on the court. he scored 31 points, including six threes. thompson and draymond green say the team must match the intensity of the celtics. if they're going to win tomorrow. just trusting each other and hitting the open man and you know, we know that how good they are protecting the rim. so it's important this series just to make a simple pass and trust each other because we got great scoring all around was soft. that's what was most disappointing to me. for us. draymond green has become public enemy number one in boston celtics fans heckled him throughout the night. not that it was the reason why, but green had one of the worst playoff games in his career. he scored. just get this two points. one. game four is not an elimination game. it's an almost must win for the warriors. tip off, by the way, is it six o'clock tomorrow night? garcia let's go back over to you, andre senior.
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thank you. of course, game four is in boston, but we do expect chase center to be packed both inside and out. this was the atmosphere at the arena last night. dubs fans awfully quiet, walking away disappointed, but they are s in five many fans now predicting the series of run a little longer. at first i said five, gentlemen, sweet because we're gentlemen out here, but we're gonna do dubs at six. now i'm disappointed. we lost. they played hard, but boston played harder. more than 12,000 fans paid $25 each to watch the indoor watch. party. tickets are still available for tomorrow's game inside, but there are no more reservations available for the free outdoor party at thrive. city guys here, the governors of california, massachusetts, made a friendly bet on who's going to win the finals. massachusetts governor charlie baker tweeted at governor gavin newsom saying. hey, gavin newsom. the celtics are going to win the nba finals . how about a bet? when they win you wear a sees jersey of my
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choosing. if the warriors win, i'll wear one of yours. governor newsom responded, saying, yes, i'll take that bet. and just so you know, it will be a step curry jersey like it. i like it out. let's see what's happening on the roads. because south castaneda we're talking about that major problem bart suffered in the five o'clock hour and the impact it might be having on the roads. i think more people left the house and not knowing if part would fix its issues to be 46, and it caused a bigger backup. at places like the bay bridge toll plaza. it's a little bit busier, although things seem to be improving, and i think that a lot more flexibility. is there now that people can take meetings from home, bart in case you haven't heard is running, but it's delayed. they started the system late this morning because of major computer issues . this is a look at the same entail braids that looks okay and the commute has been alright on interstate 80 in the east bay . little slow traffic, though, on 5 80 coming out. 5 80 then to 38 getting onto 8 80. there was a crash in that area and traffic
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is a little bit slow. it's also a little bit slow on how we four and sat down 6 80 near treat clearing a crash here. look at the slow traffic we have from concord into pleasant hill. once you get to walnut creek, it looks better and 24 looks decent for wallet greek to oakland. 7 11. let's go back to the desk. thank you young children born right before the pandemic may be lagging in certain skills, according to doctors coming up, who experts say may need more support and why, after the break , you may have to pay more. the next time you go to renew your car registration. you have details on the unexpected charges some of us will see on the bill.
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14 r alarm fire in suisun city and an apartment building has displaced dozens of tenants. authorities first started getting calls about this at 12 30 this morning . the firefighters arrived, the flames were coming from an apartment unit and then spread to others. fire went to four alarms because the cruise worried it would spread fast and cause a lot of damage. most of it was to keep it from spreading. but due to the construction of these buildings we didn't have spread throughout multiple apartments. so partly is the r overhaul efforts were hampered because of the size of
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fire departments from all over the area of responded, including travis air force base, vacaville, alejo and fairfield. as many as 16 units were damaged . it's about 30 to 40 tenants who now need a place to stay there being held by the red cross and the city. there's still no word on how that fire started. with all the hot and dry weather coming our way. sonoma is the latest bay area city does he a ban on residential burning? cal fire suspending burn permits for unincorporated areas in sonoma county beginning monday, people living there won't be able to burn and the landscape debris branches or leaves. that does not include things like campfires. similar bands are already in place for napa lake and solano counties. burning will also be banned in mendocino county beginning monday. san francisco spending $77 million to re pave it's streets as part of a new program to repay 500
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block citywide, city officials say right now, about two thirds of all city blocks aerated in good or excellent condition and say this investment is essential to keep roads safe for everyone. public works has identified 215 blocks as candidates for the first round of repaving. they include portions of harrison street, union street, balboa and ninth avenue. your time at 7 16, a new u. s domestic airline. it's flying out of sfo this morning, the first in 15 years, it's called breeze airways, it's low cost airline based in utah. it'll apply to new cities not currently served by as fo, including charleston, south carolina, louisville, kentucky in san bernardino airline will also provide 17 transcontinental routes that while bruise bruise airlines's new to sfo, there are already plans to expand. we're going to double the size of our fleet by the end of the year will be 30 airplanes by the end of the year will have 1200 people working for us. we have 700 today, so it's a real growth
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story, and i really different time in aviation, but you know, we're we're committed to our model and our plan and flying between destinations where others don't fly. neeleman authors says breeze airlines offers competitive fares and has a passion for satisfying the people who fly their airline. california drivers make it unexpectedly big bills when they go to renew their car registration. the bay area. bridge authority says drivers haven't paid $50 million in tolls, nearly 400,000 drivers, oh fees and tolls of less than $100 each. however dave yeah, 13,000 drivers $1600, or more authority hadn't been turning over all these unpaid told notices to the dmv or collection agencies during the pandemic. but it is doing so now we have been warned. yes okay. sal is warning about about some extra traffic on the roads because of what had happened with bart early this morning. yeah in case you're just joining us. bart
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didn't run between five and six. they fix the system at six, and they're delayed now, but trains are running a lot more people around the road, though. in the five o'clock hour. right now there's a crashing contra costa county were clearing up here but down, succeeding near oak park treat in that area there, and traffic is backed up on 6 82 42 . as you drive down, i think a lot more people were also at the bay bridge this morning. the bullet. we're seeing a little bit of an improvement. remember there is a daytime baseball game today. 12 45 at oracle park. it gets out right in time for that afternoon commute, and it's going to affect the bay bridge traffic. both in and out of the city. 7 18. now let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. well a couple of things going on, we'll explain it. all right now the water times continue to be really cold, and that makes a huge impact on those in the along the coast or if you get that sea breeze or not, and alex mentioned that he knows his weather here, even when it hit 98 in santa and salma earlier
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this year, it cooled off rather dramatically at sunset and the cold sea surface temperatures. we call them sts. had a lot to do with that, and that is very true. 49 bodega bay point reyes, 50 san francisco, but we dropped from 53 to 51 that makes a huge difference on the overnight lows in the city. also in a west wind kicks in or anywhere on the coast. compared to say, 58 59 or a 60 degree water temp. if the water temp is 60, everyone in the city can feel it when it's 50 51, you're like, oh, man, that's cold and look at the temperatures now in the city. 52 53 54 53 56 so most closer to the coast are around 52 or 53. the air aloft, though, is warming up. sonoma mountain 66 northeast now at nine. diablo 65 , north of 26 man mountain north. at 11 and 65. that is your inversion that's going to translate into warmer air. but a cool little band of high clouds is slicing right through now, a little bit of fog down towards
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santa cruz and monterey. that's about all i can find. as that band goes through, then temps will jump up inland today so most will be warmer today. the city and oakland, though, have been struggling to reach forecast highs. they've been cooler, so sunny and warmer after that band of high clouds goes through. but look, we're running cooler compared to 24 hours ago by 2 to 5 degrees with hate, palo alto and livermore minus five. this will reverse itself and warm up later. but right now you're seeing mainly fifties and when we get hot as you know, right now, at this time, it's 68 70 degrees, only brent woods in there, so the systems continue marching into the north. there's no sign of this pattern ending anytime soon. and there in lies the key. it prevents that high in the desert southwest from building in and planning steaks and locking in for two or three weeks. it gets two or three days and then poof. another system drives in, knocks it down and we cool it off. so warmer thursday . hottest day will be friday. yes we'll get some nineties, maybe low one hundreds for a few well inland, but here comes another system on saturday night
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sunday, which will send us dramatically cooler. and guess what? there's like, two more in the pipeline going all the way out to the 23rd 24th 60 seventies eighties nineties tomorrow, that hot for many, but then, just like that it will cool down over the weekend. see paulson. thank you. 7 21 now oakland declares racism a public health crisis coming up with the city council is doing to help advance equity in oakland to tell you about a push to combat food waste after the break san francisco supervisor is doing but millions of pounds of unused food from restaurants and supermarket.
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7 2t the california man accused of threatening to kill supreme court justice brett kavanaugh, authorities say 26 year old nicholas rosky of simi valley, was arrested near the home of justice kavanaugh early yesterday morning when police searched his suitcase and backpack. they found a gun and tools that, rasky said. he intended to use to break into the home of casper happen. aw and kill him. he told police he was upset about the opinion league, suggesting the supreme court is ready to overturn roe versus wade. will democrats in the state legislature taking action now to protect the right to get an abortion and contraceptives before the expected supreme court ruling on rovers his way state law already protects the right to an abortion, but lawmakers are now
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proposing a constitutional amendment. to guarantee it. the amendment needs two thirds approval in both the state assembly and the state senate before june. 30th in order to qualify for the november ballot. a new study shows children born just before or during the pandemic or more likely to have some developmental delays in children born well before 2020. scientists say many pandemic babies and children talk and walk later and often have more emotional outbursts and separation anxiety. experts say that maybe because they've had relatively little exposure to people outside their families, and the adults they have been around have likely been under greater than usual stress, they say, when young children's brains are continuously exposed to stress, the brain restructures itself itself as if that's the way things will always be at 7 25 san francisco is close to requiring restaurants and supermarkets to produce the amount of food waste they're sending the land films. the board of supervisors approved to measure by sherman
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walton. it helps the city complied with the state law that took effect in 2016 food related businesses by the year. 2025 have to cut food waste to landfills by 75. some supervisors believed the city can reach that goal. any food that they have do everything they can to make sure it gets in the mouth of people. of course, we wanted to be safe. we want to be healthy, but we want to make sure that we're not wasting food that could otherwise. feed people and make sure that we address food and security. that measure goes to mayor london breed for her signature city will work with food banks and pantries to rescue and preserve the food and get it to the people in need. supermarkets and restaurants who don't comply could be fine. we're coming up on mornings onto its seven. it could take weeks until store shelves have enough baby formula to keep their show stocked. one organization is doing to try to
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help mothers and babies in need until that happened. also, there was a major problem on bart in the five o'clock hour. and the effect is still lingering. so whether you take bart or hit the roads will tell you about the impact this is having on your morning commute has barred is dealing with major delays system wide after a shutdown, we will get you up to speed when
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earl recovering from a system wide shutdown that caused delays all across the bay area. we're live at walden creek at the bart station. there will bring you the very latest plus a very big , very smelly problem for people living in richmond. relying near the shoreline will tell you what the city will do to remove the decomposing carcass of aware. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's thursday, june 9th and the heat up is almost here. steve paulson right now is the time to open up the windows, right if you're living in the east bay anywhere inland. that is right.
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that's correct. it's going to start warm up pretty fast. there's a really cool band of high clouds over us right now, but if you look up and you say, where are those coming from where i'm coming right down out of the northwest, they'll scoop through here right there. see that line made for a nice sunrise. that's fog down towards santa cruz and monterey. that's about all i can find. but, yes, temps are warm up inland. that's for sure. so i get that walk in early if you will your bike ride, whatever. unless you like the warmth. few high clouds. kulov's but those won't last very long, getting warmer inland pretty rapidly and temperatures those seventies eighties near the water. eighties and nineties now inland, alright, saleh's here we got busy there with bard for a while. that got better, right? it didn't get better, and i think a lot of people had to make that decision to go. early in the morning with, you know, the bar trains not running in that five o'clock hour while they're running again. let's go to the bay bridge. and by the way, amanda is going to have a little bit more on what happened in just a moment. let me just add that you might find more people on the road this morning
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using things like the bay bridge or highway 24 or 6 80. the people who had to leave after six. some people didn't even know someone told amanda. hey she asked him about it that he didn't know. so anyway, we'll talk to her. and just a minute. let's talk about the same mateo bridge. now you can see traffic here is busy again, heading out to the high rise in the dumbarton bridge looks good. there's some slowing on 8 88 80. and beautiful union city. there's a crash at alvarado. it's being pulled to the side, but traffic is slow from hayward. 7 32. let's go back to dave. okay, sal. thank you. we're still following the breaking news about bart is sal just told you barred earlier said it was having a major delay through the entire bart system. ktvu quintana. joining us live from the bart station in walnut creek. trains are running again, but there may still be delays. good morning, amanda. good morning. yes, that is correct. the trains are running right now, but from about five o'clock to six this morning,
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there were no trains moving and that was system wide. so we were seeing that all over the bay area now that first initial alert went out on twitter and bart sent that out, and they said that they were seen these system wide delays due to a computer failure in its operations control center was telling passengers to find another way to get where they need to go today. now they initially didn't know how long the system would be down, but it ended up lasting about an hour. we've been speaking to people here getting off who had delays . some were not affected at all . but a few people told us that they're going to be about 45 minutes to an hour late to work this morning. one woman, though , avoided that by jumping on a scooter. luckily there's like all these sick new scooters around berkeley now so we can, like, take those to get places which is really nice. um but i got to my station. i looked at my bar tap, and it said that the train was on time. so i was
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like, cool, so i sat down. then i looked at the sign. and it was like 35 minutes and i was like, oh, heck, no. so i had to grab another scooter and i took from ashby bar to macarthur took a scooter and i made it there. luckily the but the bart train was literally like waiting. and i like jumped on and some guy was like you made it. i was like, yes, sick. i did. so it was a bit of an escapade just to get here this morning. we were also watching the tracks at pittsburgh and lafayette, bart this morning along highways 24 4 . we didn't see any trains coming through there for about an hour this morning, but those should be running smoothly now and here in walnut creek, we can hear the trains are moving, and they have announcements telling people that they can get on. the train service has resumed, but they are still warning people that there could be major delays . we haven't heard any number about what kind of delays you might be expecting, but they are saying in all directions. all trains expect those major delays again. some people coming off
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saying, you know, it was 15 minutes delay. some people didn't have a delay at all in a cell mentioned had no idea about this whole failure. but for some people an hour delay is kind of rough. so we're going to keep on this story and let you know how long this might be affecting. bart. if this could be an all day thing just trying to catch up from that morning commute, but we will keep you updated. live in walnut creek. amanda quintana ktvu fax. tunis amanda . thank you, the city of richmond's working to figure out what to do with the decomposing whale carcass on the shore point richmond. people live nearby, have been complaining about the smell. so of course we sent ktvu homologous there live to richmond. you're kind of near where the carcasses washed up. we'll talk about the city's plan in a minute. but first i have to know from where you're standing. can you smell the smell. l garcia. we are fortunate enough to not be downwind, so there is a faint smell sure in the air, but it's nothing that's very noticeable and we are lucky that
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our location and the wind direction right now hasn't really caused a huge stench. but as you can see where surrounded by homes, this is a residential area. people live right off the shore line here and when the winds do change direction, you bet they can smell a much stronger smell later on in the days that this has been going on for what we do have a promising sign around seven o'clock. we saw private contractors who came out. they've been contacted by the city of richmond, and they're assessing the possibility of burying the whale on the beach today, the army corps of engineers first spotted the carcass of the adult gray whale back in april in the waters near alameda, and because it was a navigational hazard for ferry boats. they brought it to brooks island off the richmond shore's to decompose naturally. n b, a food source for other animals, but unfortunately the tides pulled it loose from where it was tethered, and it washed
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up on the shore's of water line beach right here between seacliff drive and canal boulevard over memorial day weekend and ever since then, residents have endured more than of weak of what can only be described as a foul odor. the will has created a real problem in that it really does stink ane if you're downwind of it, you're going to you're going to be gagging. it's a dead whale and dead whales stink. the big challenge here is that the whale carcass is in such a state of being decomposed that the army corps of engineers says it's not really feasible to move or toe the whale at this point without it just breaking up into pieces , which is why the city is considering burial of the carcass to be one of the safest and best options at this point. where they're mapping out a timeline for getting that done
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right now, and we should be hearing more from that. soon reporting live in richmond, demagogues ktvu fox two news. thank you now, 7 38 this morning . we're trying to find out more about the person arrested in connection with an arson at a church in downtown san jose. they broke out about 2 30 yesterday afternoon at st paul's united methodist church on south 10th street near san jose state . no one was hurt, but firefighters say the fire started at the rear of the church than the smoke and the flames moved through the rest of the building. i do know that there was heavy fire inside by the altar area, significant smoke and heat damage so the church will not be operable for parishioners to go and see. so it'll be some time before services can resume for the church. we have a song we use, which is the church is not a building and i think that's essential to our faith community , so we will do our thing. building or not. firefighters they took about an hour to get
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the flames under control, partially because the building is an older building, and it does not have fire sprinkling report that says a proposal to create temporary housing for people who are homeless on the old old oakland army base. isn't practical. oakland's homeless population has grown to more than 5000 people in the past three years, city leader suggested housing 1000 people by thai building a tiny home village or an rv park for people who live in their vehicles. the report is either option would cost more than $22 million. keep in mind. the city's entire budget for homelessness is 29 million. the report also found the old oakland army base side is contaminated with toxic substances, including kerosene, arsenic and lead. meanwhile the city of oakland is declaring racism a public health crisis. oakland plans to hire two more people in its department of race and equity that identify inequities in the city and develop programs to help solve the problem. studies show racism is a leading cause of stress within the black community is
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time is 7 39. sal is back. have you been able to fix some of those problems out there in our community? you know, it's kind of a mixed bag. there's one thing i will say is that a lot of people, apparently when bart wasn't running for that one hour between five and six, had to make a quick decision, and a lot of them shows the car so there were more people on early now. i'm going to look at the east but i want to show you that 8 80 in union city, southbound 88 alvarado. there's a crash they're clearing and traffic is going to be slow, and it's a little slower than usual heading from hayward down the fremont once you get past fremont, though it looks okay and the south communities beginning to fill in. i do want to mention the bay bridge. we had more people on earlier. it seems to be evening out. but it's just a touch heavier and i think it's because of the bar situation and also just the regular, you know . thursday morning commute one of the busier days remember today there is a daytime baseball game at oracle park, and it gets it starts at 12 45. it gets out. you know when they're done three or four in
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the afternoon, right in time for that afternoon commute, and people want to know about these things, because on those days getting out of the city in a car is much, much busier. 7 40. what about the weather for today's daytime baseball game? it'll be nice, salma sunny when the sixties upper sixties away, it looks for the game. but yesterday was another nice day if we if we say because we had 60 seventies and eighties where you were slow to warm up has been a cool pattern. really. 61 half moon bay, the city officially 63. although you could find warmer, not far away . oakland downtown 70 san mateo was 76 canfield, 78 san jose 79 santa rosa downtown 82 in livermore. 83 that's nice for june, but the air aloft is getting warmer. sonoma mountains 66. diablo 65 ben lomond mountain 65. they have a north wind, a north wind and a north wind. so temperatures are going to start warming up, especially away from the coast. the hottest day by far will be tomorrow will pick it out nineties to maybe a
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few low one hundred's here for some inland not so much over by the coast. i think that will mainly be seventies but eighties around the bay. and just like that, it's going to start cooling off, especially as we head towards sunday. you can see that band of high clouds overs right now. kind of cool there. the wind was on shore for a while it is now turned more easterly or calm. so 60 seventies eighties anywhere near the water, inland temperatures, they'll jump up eighties and low to mid nineties even warmer tomorrow yet we're running 2 to 5 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago at this time. with livermore , palo alto and mountain view all at minus five. this will cool positive later today. we do think fifties on most of the temps, but when we get hot around here, you know we have a north northeast wind temperatures right now would be in the upper sixties. maybe even 70. it's only clothes for brown. everyone else's running a little cooler. the series of systems just taking aim at portland and seattle is nonstop. the high there was building over these systems continue. there's signs of at least two more. the rest of the month. one next friday
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and one around the 23rd and 24th so that prevents this high from building northward and locking in it will today and tomorrow, then another low drops in on the coast and knocks it down. and that ushers in cooler, breezy to windy pattern may be a little rain mendocino county northward sunday into early monday, 60 seventies eighties today near the bay, then nineties for most inland tomorrow will be the hottest day we'll get some nineties to 100. well, well inland. saturday little cooler coast and base still warm to hot inland and cooler for everyone on sunday. okay steve time 7 43 the high cost of groceries as retailers pushing back on suppliers coming up the decision some retailers are making about what to stock. and what to stop ordering swing back out to our ktvu newsroom say good morning again to andre senior as you're looking ahead to the next hour of mornings onto garcia and david, you plan on taking a vacation this summer or fall. we might have a way for you to save some big bucks. on flights, the airline that's offering a 40% discount, but you better hurry
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to snag this deal before he flies away. that's coming up at eight plus with inflation at record levels. some economists feel that another recession is coming. unemployment is low. the labor market is strong and job openings are at near record levels. when you join us on the nine we're talking live with an expert about what you should do as recession fears loom.
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theg people to beware of scams and price gouging when it comes to buying baby formula. starting this week, a statewide executive order took effect that limits price hikes on baby formula to no more than 10% of the highest price charged by the seller. punishment for violations could lead to fines. even jail time. the executive order stays in effect until august. 31st a new report claims that abbott laboratories knew about problems that its baby formula plant in michigan earlier than first thought. the wall street journal says a former abbot employee told regulators about problems at that michigan factory more than a year ago. the employee says the plant needed repairs and that baby formula was being shipped out without proof it was safe. the abbot plant was shut down in february after several babies who were given formula from the factory developed infections. abbott laboratories denies there is a connection last weekend that factory
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reopened your time is 7 47 the baby formula shorter, just forcing hospitals and families to look for other options and a lot of them returning to breast milk banks for help. those banks are struggling to find enough bottles and caps to ship out milk because of shortages in the supply chain, and that's especially difficult because almost all the breast milk banks run on very thin budgets. the demand never really goes away. if it's not hospitals asking us , then it's like individual people. with prescriptions. we try our best to do whatever it takes to make sure these babies get thick. no milk banks around the country they had used to take 2 to 3 months to get an order of bottles delivered to them. now they have to wait as long as seven months is that they're always looking for ways to speed up the process while still keeping the breast milk safe for the baby. the back of the opening bell. we brought you this live when it struck at 6
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30. our time stocks opened lower this morning. the latest job members have just come out. initial jobless claims that a five month high today rising to 229,000 last week will take you straight to wall street. here we can see the dow jones is down by almost one half of 1. the percentage drop over on the s and p as nasdaq isn't as great but still i'm sorry. did i misspeak? it's down by one half of 1% 150 points again. similar losses over on the s and p and nasdaq is still early in the trading day, so certainly we'll keep our eyes on wall street for you. the high cost of groceries as retailers pushing back on suppliers. supermarkets say they're negotiating with big name brands when those brands are trying to push their second or maybe third price hike. various brands are not able to prove why the costs are increasing. retailers say they won't give them shelf space. they also want feature them in their weekly ads. they think a lot of suppliers are taking advantage. yeah, they'll come and say, hey, we're happy to increase their prices. 10% were like, prove it and they have to come back and prove that out for
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us to then say, okay, that makes sense well passes through. retailers say they hope putting pressure on suppliers will cause them to either delay or forgo those price hikes. all together , right time is 7 50. let's look again at our morning commute has been an interesting one again. sal, what's happening out there now? well you know, dave and gas ? yeah, i think i think that we weren't as effected, but what i thought was going to be a really tough morning on bart trains did not run between five and six. they fixed the issue they had at six. some people had already left the house and made it busy on places like the bay bridge and on 6 80 on highway four. it is rather crowded. it's more crowded than i and i thought it would be, but people do have the option of taking bart and you can see when i see the arrow here that i'm pointing out when i see all that commute right there. that means it's a busy morning were you know these are prepare endemic levels of traffic, but at least you do
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have the option to take part. say mateo bridge has cleared out dumbarton bridge looks good 8 80 south at alvarado in union city , there's a crash and traffic is pretty solid from hayward heading on south and 5 88 to 38 is also slow as well. at 7 50. here's the man who knows what the weather is going to be like for today's daytime baseball game. at oracle park. sound. i can do four forecasts. depending on where you sit. okay,nna sit . if you're out by you know the arcade or the coca cola sign. it can be freezing. uh believe me, and you can be hot if you if your wind protected it'll be nice, though today temperature upper sixties the way it looks. a lot of high clouds over us right now. where right there on the visible satellite, teeny bit of fog down around santa cruz, capitola, monterey, babe, i think that's about it. there is a back as to this higher cloud deck, so it's just with us in the morning that will start to clear out. it will be warmer today, especially away
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from the coast. inland temps will start to bump up that much fog. sunny warmer after we get through this high cloud deck, which, but we're still running cooler than yesterday at this time by 2 to 5 degrees. palo alto mountain, livermore minus five. so i mean by this afternoon, i think you'll see plus on these, but right now. we're in the fifties, you know, and i know and it gets hot around here we get that north northeast breeze. temperatures are already in the sixties upper sixties or seventies. only brentwood is in that territory right now. ah the pattern is just amazingly locked in, uh, we've seen it where the high builds in and doesn't budge for three weeks. it moves in for two or three days and then another system of strong unseasonably one. drops into the pacific northwest and northern california knocks it down. well, guess what? that's exactly what's happening here. the high builds in today peeks out tomorrow it will be warmer today . the hottest day will be friday. we'll get some nineties one hundred's inland. not so much at the coast warm up, but it won't be the strong north northeast wind. here comes another system sunday will drop 20 degrees could be a little rain to the north. maybe some
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fog drizzle for us, and it looks like that will see two more of these unseasonably strong systems all the way out to the 24th. sixties seventies eighties nineties on the temps tomorrow be hot, at least inland, still warm to hot inland saturday, then cooler, much cooler son today. alright, see time is now 7 53. sal just told you about how bart and its problems affected traffic. well, coming up at eight o'clock. we'll look , we'll be live at the bart station in the east bay and walnut creek, tracking the flow of riders this morning and how they're commuters going throughout the morning, but first his books captured the things about the ocean that make us believe in you know, higher powers. look at that. risking his life to photograph the immense beauty of nature. after the break, we'll take a look at one photographers, death defying process to get the perfect shot.
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at e destroyed most of the town of paradise paradise is seeing a housing boom. people are now moving to that area, taking advantage of lower home prices. right now, the average home price ranges from 400 to $500,000. we talked with one family who just relocated from load. i've purchased a for
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$470,000. and this was an immediate yes for us. as soon as we saw how far the town it comes , they have brand new parks all over the place their brand new facilities. every poem is brand new. 1400 homes have already been rebuilt in the town of paradise right now, there are 150 listings for lots and finished homes, high speed fiber optic lines and power lines or will be placed underground. well pg and e wants net zero emissions by the year 2040. a newly released climate strategy has been released. p. j and he has several goals to reduce its dependence on fossil fuel burning energy sources. the pg and e said it wants to get 70% of its electric power from renewable sources. by the year 2030. that's up from 50% right now. they expect natural gas used to go down, but they don't
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plan to eliminate it. well water bottles, bags and straws made out of plastic are going to be phased out at national parks, recreation areas and monuments. that means disposable water bottles, plastic, take out bags and single use containers won't be available to buy it places like yosemite, the golden gate bridge and lands in the national park service will try to stark alternatives like biodegradable or compostable materials, well known ocean photographer has a new book out. photos of capture some of the biggest waves in the world from the inside. his name is clark. little mary is down there. he lived in hawaii. he's a surfer, he says. that helps him to capture these incredible images. he's known for photographing a dangerous phenomenon known as sure break when the waves break directly onto a steep shore, creating an intense force against slam you into the ground or pin you
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underwater. short break is so beautiful. and scary at the same time. like i said, i used to surf the shore break, so i'm kind of it's my comfort zone. i like sand bottom. i think it has more aqua beautiful colors. and his new book, the art of waves, captures the last 15 years is incredible work. a major system wide. delay impacted bar mornins resolved, the tra for tracking the bay area slow down this morning, plus dfire tore througt building in the north bay.put oe fire. and the warriors lose to the celtics on the first away game of the nba finals and mvp steph curry injured his thoughts about his chances of playing tomorrow. coming up. from ktvu fox two news this morning's onto i'll give the mornings onto i'm
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andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's thursday, june 9th and the weather is about to heat up. steve paulson , andre and i were just talking about cracking that bedroom window. just a bit to sleep tonight. if you don't have a c boy, you know, it might be a little tough, but yeah, i understand that, yes. yeah if you open it up sunday morning, the wind cold wind will knock you over. but the next couple of days, it's going to be on the warmer side and not much of a breeze so and he breeds you can get is a bonus here already in the fifties sixties, although, you know, i mean, it's not. we're you know, we're not seeing you know, upper sixties or seventies. yet there's a nice little bed of high clouds over us. they'll clear a little bit of fog down towards monterey. so thursday thoughts some morning high clouds. they'll clear out then it will be sunny, mostly sunny and getting warmer inland. we'll start to see some eighties nineties, their seventies and eighties around the back, all right over the salads eight o'clock in the morning and got crazy. i think it's a little busier than usual places where bart is affected,
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ittle bit busier. i think earlier this morning as you're going to hear that bart was not running between five and six, and that did affect the commute. more people had to make that decision. to take the car. and now if you look at the toll plaza here, it's a little rough . i have to say it's a little rougher thursday, and just because a lot of people were on it kind of caused a chain reaction as these things go and also reminding you that today there is a baseball game at a always want to say. 18 t park oracle park. and that lets out at about four in the afternoon. it's going to affect the traffic out of the city. so just keep that in mind as you look at some of your options. the san mateo bridge is actually a good option to get across the bay instead of using that bay bridge. 801 let's go back to the headlines this morning. full service has been restored on board after an issue affected the whole system writers. trains were just supposed to start. running writers may still experience some residual delays that ktvu mendicant town has been live with the walnut creek bart station all morning and you're now updating us on the situation
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there, amanda yes. so trains are running here. that is the good news. but as you heard, sal mentioned they were not running for an hour this morning from 5 to 6 this morning trains board trains all over the bay area. we're not running, but those started. if you are planning to use bart today now, bart originally put out that alert just before five this morning, saying that there was a system wide delay due to a computer failure in its operations controlter, and bart was telling passengers to find another way to get where they needed to go this morning. they initially didn't know how long the system would be down. now here we've been speaking with people getting off bart, who had some delays. some are not affected at all. but a few people told us they're going to be about 45 minutes to an hour late to work and one woman. avoided that by jumping on a scooter. luckily there's like all these sick new scooters
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around berkeley now so we can, like, take those to get places which is really nice. um but i got to my station. i looked at my bar tap, and it said that the train was on time. so i was like, cool, so i sat down. then i looked at the sign. and it was like 35 minutes and i was like, oh, heck, no. so i had to grab another scooter and i took from ashby bar to macarthur took a scooter and i made it there. luckily the but the bart train was literally like waiting. and i like jumped on and some guy was like you made it and i was like, yes, sick. i did. so it was a bit of an escapade just to get here this morning. all this morning. we've been watching the tracks at local bart stations at lafayette, bart and at pittsburgh, bart on highways 246 this morning, but here in walnut creek, when we got here around six this morning, we could hear the strains. trains start to move. and then we heard the announcement saying, you know if you're standing outside if you've been waiting, trying to figure out another way to get where you're going to come back
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in. the trains are moving again. but still those announcements are being heard here this morning, saying, we are back to service back to normal service. but you should still expect those major delays. so all trains in all directions. you should still expect some delays . some people we spoke to about 15 minutes. some people. it's closer to an hour, so it really just kind of depends where you're going this morning. but if you're coming to bart still just expect those delays live in walnut creek. amanda quintana ktvu fox tunis. thank you new this morning, a four alarm fire in an apartment building is displaced dozens of tenants into soon city. authorities first received calls about the fire at 12 30. this morning crews arrived in soft flames coming from an apartment unit spreading to others as well. this fire went to four alarms because cruz worried but it would quickly spread and cause damage. most of it was to keep it from spreading. but due to the construction of these buildings we did have spread throughout multiple apartments. so partly
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is the r overhaul efforts were hampered because of the size. fire departments from throughout the area responded, including travis air force base, vacaville , vallejo and fairfield. up to 16 apartment units were damaged . that's about 30 to 40 tenants who now need shelter. they're being helped by the red cross and the city. no word yet and how this fire started happening today. the special congressional committee investigating the january 6th insurrection at the us capitol will conduct its business on primetime television. tonight the house committee will call more witnesses to share in full public view what they know. one of the confirmed witnesses is capitol police officer caroline edwards. she was the first law enforcement worker injured when riders pushed their way into the capital. another is british filmmaker nick quested, who captured some of the most vivid images of the day. opinions about tonight's hearings fall mostly along party lines. these hearings will be a chance for the country to come together. to rally around the truth and unite
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around the rule of law. we owe it to the officers who lost their lives in the officers who were injured, but i wish they would really have time hearing on his inflation, the rights of crime crime in the country as well. then the border itself. how can we secure that? what about baby for the house committee has already interviewed more than 1000. people spent months reading 140,000 reports. these are the first proceedings to get widespread live coverage. starting at five. tonight. we will bring you the entire hearing into the january 6th attack live. you can watch it here on ktvu. and we also live streaming the full hearing for you ktvu dot com and on the ktvu news app will also find all of our regular newscast on ktvu plus during the hearing. well i'll warriors fans have their fingers crossed this morning. we expect to get an update on the health of steph curry, who hobbled at the end of last night's game after colliding with a £240 power forward with the boston celtics. to be his joe fonzi takes us inside boston's td garden for game three of the nba finals. the
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celtics knew they needed to come out and play with a sense of desperation, and they expected to get a lift from their home crowd as the series switch to boston for the first time last night. that's exactly how things turned out. our soft. that's what was most disappointing to me for us, just trusting each other and hitting the open man and you know, we know that how good they are protecting the room. so it's important this series just to make the simple pass and trust each other because we got great scoring all around. the celtics jumped out to a big lead, leading by as many as 18 points in the first half. they did it with the three ball. former cal star jalen brown was for eight from three point range and led the celtics with 27 points. the warriors trailed by 12 at the half. but then steph curry gave them their only lead of the second half when he had his three it was 83 82 warriors in the third quarter on the road must win game game
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four. we had the most win game after you know, tough telephone in game one, and we got game too. so the flow. we still feel like we obviously can win the series. come out with the right intention, intensity and focus game four, but the celtics then built on their lead and put it away in the fourth. jason tatum with two of his 26 down the stretch as the celtics to take a 2 to 1 lead in the series teams have learned long ago that the way you defend the warriors is to be physical with steph curry. he took a beating last night but talked after the game about his status approaching game four tomorrow night. so for sprain essentially. that's what it felt like and then i'll see i response so not much other than saying. i don't feel like i'm missing game, though. but now it's the warriors turn to play with the sense of desperation to avoid going down three games to one. in other words, playoff
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basketball in boston, joe fonzi ktvu fox two. game four, of course, is in boston, but expect chase center to be packed both inside and out. let us hope the mood is different than what it was last night. this is a big inside chase center last night, a lot of disappointed dubs fans, but they say they are still hopeful. instead of warriors and five fans are now predicting the series of maybe run a bit longer. at first i said five, gentlemen, sweet because we're gentlemen out here, but we're gonna do dubs at six. now i'm disappointed. we lost. they played hard, but boston played hard paid $25 each to watch this indoor watch p inside, but no more reservations for the free outdoor party at thrive city not counting the dubs out just yet. definitely not the game. they're going to be on, set back. step back. no problem. this team is a really good team, so we'll see what happens next for checking the roads with sal castaneda or sportsman himself. tell us about what's happening. we know we had
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a lot of backups from the bark shutdown earlier. yeah, you know, all three of us have been aware of this. so we've put amanda on it as a reporter. we all know that bart did not run this morning between five and six. and at the time what bart was saying to viewers our viewers to writers was that we don't know where we're going to be back. well, they ended up being back at six. let's go to the bay bridge now and a lot of people i think at that crucial hour decided to take the car and it had a chain reaction. now, these people who are here now i don't think that they left the house at five. but you never know. but i just think that the reaction of the early start to the commute has kind of led on to the entire morning of slow traffic. and remember today there is a daytime baseball game at oracle park. the giants are going to be playing that game is out and about four. it's going to put extra traffic on the roads for the afternoon commute. this is a look at 8 80 heading down to union city is going to be a little tough because of a crash at alvarado. it's backed up out of san leandro. if you're getting on the freeway in
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fremont that's acted sort of a block to the traffic. and the subject commute hasn't been that severe. i want to do mention exit. there was a crash there and traffic on the bayshore freeway. is really slow the easy way to get around that is to use to 80 down the peninsula in step 8 11, let's go back to the desk downwind going to you're going to be gagging. richmond residents have been dealing with a dead whale on the bay. the odor is spreading the plans to get rid of this carcass coming up top area companies taking on gun law reform the action from the giants and levi strauss to end gun violence.
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in f san francisco's district attorney chase a boudin is a warning to democrats that they're vulnerable in the midterm elections on the issue of crime. it's an anticipation of the reliable pushback and backlash that will come in republican campaigns highlighting soft on. polls shos among the top concerns for
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voters. president biden is in los angeles this morning hosting the summit of the americas, he said. election results show voters want elected leaders to tackle crime, including gun violence. with the first major bill we passed. we gave the states and localities billions of dollars billions of hours a half and encourage them to use it to hire police officers and reform the police department. very few have done it. california voters are sick and tired of the soft on crime policies. they want to bring their streets back to a safe place. criminal justice reform advocates say there's no evidence reform minded district attorneys are tied to increases in crime. the advocates also say given time diversion programs will reduce recidivism. well now that san francisco district attorney has been recalled, voters in the city could see another special election as soon as the election is certified, where london breed can appoint the city's next distric she saye her time selecting a someone
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next month, but adds she this ji wouldn't say that. i necessarily have a list. i would say that there are a lot of people who have reached out to my office to express interest. it's not a question of whether we're soft on crime or tough on crime. are we being smart on crime? whoever the mayor appoints, will serve at least until the next election in november. but if the elections department cannot certify the election in time for the election to be put on the november ballot, there may be a different special election to decide who will permanently take the rest of chasing with dean's term. signals a voters approved the measure to move mayoral elections to try to increase voter turnout measure be lines up the mayor's race with presidential election years and supporters say it makes sure the mayor's race reflects san jose's diversity by increasing voter turnout. but critics worry local issues could be buried during a presidential election year. the measure takes effect in 2024
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this morning, more than 200. american companies are calling on congress to take action to reduce gun violence. according to access, a group of companies originally organized by san francisco based levi strauss and company is releasing a letter today calling gun violence of public health crisis. the group also highlights the economic impact of mass shootings, saying it cost americans as much on the again the giants lifters heard l testimony from those impacted directly year old girl described how she covered herself in blood and played dead so the gunmen wouldn't shoot her. valdez only pediatrician urged a change in gun laws after treating the children wounded in the mass shooting. innocent children all over the country today are dead because laws and policy allows people to buy weapons before they're legally old enough to even buy a pack of beer. today we stand for lexi. and as her voice we demand action somewhere out there.
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there's a mom listening to our testimony. thinking i can't even imagine they're pink. not knowing that our reality will one day be hurst. unless we act now. the house passed a series of gun reform bills, which raised the minimum age to 21 to buy semiautomatic rifles, ban bump stocks and establish stricter requirements regulating the storage of guns in homes. these measures are unlikely to pass in the senate, where a bipartisan group of senators is working on its own legislation happening today in michigan prosecutor says he will announce whether charges will be filed in the death of a man who was shot and killed by a police officer after traffic set police body camera video shows the encounter between grand rapids police officer and 26 year old patrick leola. back in april, the two struggled over the officers taser and then the officer shot leola in the head. there have been protests in grand rapids, calling for the officer to be charged in this case. we're learning more about the
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california man accused of threatening to kill supreme court justice brett kavanaugh authorities say 26 year old nicholas russki from simi valley was arrested. they're cavanaugh's home early yesterday morning when police searched his suitcase and backpack. they found a gun in tools that risky, said he intended to use to break into cavanaugh's home and kill him. rescue told police he was upset about the opinion leak, suggesting the supreme court is ready to overturn roe v. wade california drivers make it unexpectedly big bills when they try to renew their car registration. the burial bridge authority says the drivers haven't paid $50 million in tolls, nearly 400,000 drivers, oh fees and tolls of less than $100 each. however more than $14,600 or more each toll authority hadn't been turning over all the unpaid notices to the dmv or collection agencies during the pandemic, but it is doing that again. now speaking of tools bridge till plaza that has been a mess all morning long because of that issue with bart sal is here now with an update
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on that sound. you're right. absolutely right. and that's because bart didn't run between five and six, and people had to make the decision to leave because at the time, bart was not sure. when that situation was going to be cleared up. as it turns out, they ended up clearing it up at six and trains started running. there were delays, but a lot of people made a decision to bring the car kind of a bad day for it. today there's a baseball game at oracle park, and that means more people will be in the city for that, anyway. it's going to be a tough day in san francisco to bring the car if you can reschedule things and do things via virtual today, that would be good. or perhaps you can still take transit, which, by the way, is running again. parties running in and out of san francisco. today that would be a good option. this is a look at the same entail braids that looks okay. southbound 8 80 at alvarado. they're still clearing that crash. it's backed up traffic into heyward across the base up down one on one near willow. they had an injury accident. they're clearing up and the traffic is backed up out
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of redwood city, hitting the palo alto used to 80. instead we haven't talked a lot about the silicon valley commute. it hasn't been that severe. it's been a little slowing here and there. but i like that commute pretty much for this thursday morning. at 8 20. here's the man who knows a lot about what i need to wear today at oracle park. i always layer it, sal. how's that shores with a jacket ? how's that shorts with because if you're in some of those lowers bowl seats, man, it can get hard. but if you're up above around other areas that can be windy and cool. yesterday was a very cool day. for many, including san francisco only 63 half moon bay, 61. oakland 70 san mateo in there, i can feel it in their san jose was seventies low eighties santa rose in livermore. today, though, will be warmer. temperatures aloft. higher elevations are warming up. 67 71 now north wind the highest building in creating the inversion, which will translate into warmer temps. the hottest
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day will be tomorrow by far. these are some of the forecasts projections, although forecast highs have been coming in too warm, but tomorrow should not be a problem to get eighties nineties to a few low one hundred's, but it's going to come down rapidly by the time we get to sunday band of high clouds right over us right now made for a nice sunrise here. they're favoring areas about san francisco. oakland east bay, south clearing is already taking place to the north. so it'll be warmer today for most 60 seventies over by the coast, eighties seventies eighties around the bay upper eighties mid nineties for some inland we're still most locations are running cooler, though, than 24 hours ago. santa rosa's now plus one, but everyone else is minus one, deliver more in palo alto, five degrees cooler. they should turn positive, though later today 70 in brentwood, but then low sixties or upper fifties i mean, you know, we don't have that strong north northeast breeze. as more systems just continue to march into the pacific northwest, so warmer for most today as temperatures bump up after a couple of cool days. the high moves in today and tomorrow and then about half a saturday then it gets knocked
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out. the forecast size for tomorrow are definitely above average, but by sunday here comes another system tempts inland will drop a good 20 degrees. probably get fog. strong wind, maybe some rain, mendocino county north sixties seventies eighties nineties. tomorrow will be the hot day. then after that, we start to downshift artsy. thank you. the summit of americas continues today in los angeles. coming up the reason the mexican president boycotted the gathering, and it involves who the white house did not invite. and one east base city is declaring racism, a public health crisis what city leaders their plan
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evee homeless on the old oakland army base isn't practical. oakland's homeless population has grown to more than 5000 people in the past three years, city leaders suggested housing 1000 people by building a tiny home village or rv park. the report says that either option would cost more than $22 million. the city's entire budget for homelessness is 29 million. the report also found the old oakland army base site content is contaminated with toxic substances, including kerosene, arsenic and lead. meantime the city of oakland is declaring racism of public health crisis. oakland plans to hire two more people in its department of race and equity that identify inequities in the city and help develop programs to solve the problem. study
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showed that racism is a leading clause of stress within the black community. well, san francisco spending $77 million to repave streets. it's part of a new program to repay 500 blocks in neighborhoods citywide. city officials say right now, about two thirds of blocks are rated in good or excellent condition, but say this investment is essential to keep roads safe for everyone. public works has identified 215 blocks that are candidates for the first round of repaving. among them are portions of harrison street, union street, balboa and ninth avenue. protesters are demanding immigrant protections as president biden hosts the summit of the americas after the break here, what else they're calling for during the meeting between south central and north american countries. also, inflation is hitting europe. more on the highest interest rate hike in 11 years by european central bank officials after a quick
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aree living in one part of richmond, say the beach is no longer a pleasant place to be where the city is working to come up with a plan to remove the rotting whale carcass that's just offshore. and triple digit temperatures coming to part to the bay area this week, the north bay county that's implementing a burn ban as we're preparing for potentially dangerous heat in many inland areas. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian andre senior. it is 8 30 on the dot today's
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thursday, june 9th, and we start now, with the heat that's moving into the bay area. meteorologist steve paulson is here with more on that weather inland areas. that is correct. maybe not so much the coast but inland? yes especially today and also tomorrow, but right now you have a nice band of high clouds over us. i could put that into motion. couldn't i could put that into motion. let me see if i can do that for you. mm you're gonna make it. you're gonna make it. let's see if we're gonna make it. there it is. take a look right there. there it goes. most of that is going to clear out here pretty soon, but you can already see clearing taking place to the north so temperatures will bump up thursday. thoughts have warmer inland temps at some cool lows, though, but morning high clouds, they'll clear out than getting warmer inland. that translates the eighties and nineties coast and bay, though looking for more seventies for right now warmer though tomorrow right over the salad. 8 31 words like to start this time. let's start in lafayette, steve and the contra costa county because of bart earlier problems. trains are not run between five and six. i think a lot of people took the car. but 24 is
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improving a little bit as you drive over to the tunnel. i expected to see maybe just a little bit more slow traffic in the area, but i don't i do see kind of a big delay at the bay bridge. things are getting better, though. so the early morning hassles on bart, and by the way, bart is running now, but earlier this morning, it did not. and i put more people on the roads right now. it looks okay, just a reminder that there is a baseball game today in san francisco. roughly from one to about four is when the game goes on, and then everyone gets out in time for that afternoon commute. 8 32. let's go back to the desk. thank you, the city of richmond, working to figure out what to do with the decomposing will carcass on the shore point of richmond. people who live nearby have been complaining about the smell. ktvu gasses live in richmond with the tails on the city's plan. andre i just spoke to the mayor of richmond, which is tom, but and he said he's asked, concerned and frustrated as anyone in the city about this problem, and he wants to get it resolved as soon as
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possible, he said, and you can kind of see it just yesterday. workers were out here that piece of what looks to be rock jutting out of the land is not a rock that is actually the whale carcass and to the side of it. you can see a piece of equipment, he said, was used yesterday that in an attempt two. start burying the carcass. unfortunately that equipment was starting to sink into the soft sand and wasn't effective. so they're going to try again today using a different piece of equipment, the army corps of engineer first spotted the carcass of the adult gray whale back in april in the waters near alameda, and because it was a navigational hazard othe tides pulled it loose from where it was tethered, and it washed up on the shores of waterline beach here between seacliff drive and canal boulevard over
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memorial day weekend. and sin. then have endured more than a week. of what can only be. as an . foul. odor. in it or move. it. this point. result. in the car. fall. into pieces. mayor. said even. a landfill. to see if they could. put it. into peace. chop. it up.
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essentially. when he told me. and then deliver. it there, butt is not. option. either. burials.
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to be best. at this. getting th. as a president of united. to extend to our people. to stop. the detention and, and that is what we demanding. path to sit. summit runs through tomorrow. well, there's more. we're work. to find out more.
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the person. arrested. connection. an r. a church. downtown. jose. fire broke out around two 30. yes. after at state. paul's. methodist church. is to go and see. so it'll be some time before services can resume for the church. we have a song we use, which is the church is not a building. and i think that's essential to our faith community. firefighters say took around an hour for them to get the fire under control, partially because the building is older and has no fire sprinklers as we were preparing for temperature. to hit did. in part of the baby. area. people
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other west state are also bracing for extremely hot weather. making sure they safe. in the he . our guys that are paving the roads. pavements coming out of 290 degrees out of the back of that paper out of the back of the truck. it's upwards a little bit more than that. um and then the guy behind them. companies say they're starting work as early as four a.m. to avoid the worst of the midday heat. federal osha regulations require companies to protect workers from the heat. california mandates. companies shade. and cool. down time. whenever the temperature is eight. strict
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measures. the temperature is over. 95 degree. hot and dry weather on the way so now. is the. latest baby. count. to see it. on residential burns.
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but it's not sticky. and stay. it get blown. out of and much. cooler temps. to arrive in here by so. amount. diablo to fifth. today. they been up to, now six. with the north wind. 19. warm. coming. so that's your inversion. already only. in there. and we just don't really have much of a breeze have a nice little band of high class moving. across across. there. most that is clearing though, too. the north. this will be with us for the morning and then it'll get out. here in terms. will jump up. seattle but another system is going to dig in along the coast starting late saturday and
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sunday saw the high builds in for about two days. it then gets blown out of there. so today and tomorrow warmest to the hottest day now, these are the forecast size for tomorrow. yes there will be a couple of low one hundred's inland. last for two days, and another system comes in here and we go right back to cooler and there are signs of that happening next friday and also around the 23rd. we're not done with this. yet. 70 80. nineties. if you like it warmer today. and tomorrow. are you if you like. it cooler. nine. we're talking live with an expert. about what you should do. as fears of. and if you plan on take a vacation this summer or fall, we might have a way. for you to save. on your
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mor, the refugee agency says more than seven million people have left ukraine since russia's invasion back in february. the national average for a gallon of gas is not going down. tripoli says drivers are paying $4.95 gas prices in california are well above $6 a gallon and that is because emission of emissions regulations and higher taxes here now around the country, gas prices are going up. during testimony on capitol hill before the house ways and means committee, treasury secretary janet yellen says the nation's 8% inflation rate is not acceptable. double we need to get and it's partly a matter of demand and supply. tomorrow the government will release the latest consumer price index numbers, which analysts say should give the white house and the american people a better idea of where
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things stand with inflation. peek back at the opening bell. initial jobless claims that a five month high today rising to 229,000 last week trading has been underway for just over two hours. we see the dow jones is down by about a quarter of a percent s and p and nasdaq showing about the same losses. percentage wise move, not economic news that could affect markets worldwide, the european central bank announced it will not raise interest rates today and said it does plan to increase rates next month. for the first time in 11 years, european countries are trying to stem inflation, which is currently at 8% the goal is to drop it to 2. but analysts don't think that will happen even next year. europe has been slower to raise rates compared to england and the united states because europe is more directly exposed to the economic fallout of the russia ukraine war. the clock is ticking down on one of southwest airlines. biggest sales of the year. it runs out at 10 o'clock tonight. so you have then to book flights you have until then, to book flights from late
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summer into the fall southwest, cutting ticket prices by 40% type the phrase fall 40 and the promo code box. the discount is good for two free checked bags. locations by the way include hawaii for the first time in 15 years in new u. s domestic airline is flying out of. this morning. fo including charleston , south carolina, louisville, kentucky and san bernardino. the airline will also provide 17 transcontinental routes. while brees airways is new to sfo. there are already expansion plans in the works. we're gonna double the size of our fleet by the end of the year will be 30 airplanes. by the end of the year will have 1200 people working us. we have. so it's a real grow. story. really? flying between destinations where
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others don't fly. neeleman says breeze offers competitive fares and aims to provide excellent customer service. a warning for parents in the east bay, alameda county says beware of scams gouging in the price of the price of baby formula. district attorney nancy o'malley wants to make sure that sellers a baby formula not try to take advantage. of parents searching for formula. for their. of the highest price charged by the seller. punishment for violations could lead to fines or even jail time. the executive order stays in effect until august, 31st. and the new report claims abbott laboratories knew about problems at its baby formula plant in michigan earlier than first thought. the wall street journal says the former abbot employee told regulators about problems at the michigan factory more than year ago. that employees the plant needed repairs. that baby formula was being out with
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proof. report by lending tree says the average cost of childcare is up 41% since the beginning of the pandemic. on average, parents are spending more than $14,000 a year on childcare. according to the report. californians are spending 21% of their income to pay for childcare cost of groceries has retailers pushing back on suppliers. supermarkets say they're negotiating with big name brands. when those brands are trying to push their second or maybe third price hike. various brands are not able to prove why the costs are increasing. retailers say they're not giving them shelf space for their product. they're also not featuring them in their weekly ads. they think a lot of suppliers are taking advantage. yeah, they'll come and say, hey, we're happy to increase their prices. 10% were like, prove it and they have to come back and prove that out for us to then say, okay, that makes sense well passes through. retailers they hope putting pressure on
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suppliers will cause them to either delay or forgo price hikes. all together right time now is 8 49 as we take a last look at the morning commute cell. might this be the time that you warned drivers that the afternoon and evening commute might see more cars on the road? because of the bart mess today because of the bart mess and also because of the baseball game today at oracle park, a geisha and andre 12 45 1st pitch usually get started about four and a lot more people are trying to get out of the city or go somewhere away from south of market. the bay bridge is right there. so coming in is slow going out will be slow as well. a good day to use transit. fill up that clipper card before you get to the station. that kind of thing. this is a look at the same entail bridge that looks pretty good. heading out to the high rise. things are beginning to ease up a little bit of peninsula and 80. nimitz had some problems. 6 80 had an earlier issue. contra costa commute is much better than it was. so just keep in mind that today is going to be a tough day in and out of san francisco. it's 8 50. let's bring steve
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back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. we have a pretty good little band of high clouds moving over us right now kind of slicing through, although clearing is taking place to the north already, but they're out there and you can see those now, but they're still taking the edge off some of the temps already to the north. attempt to warm up the air aloft is getting warmer, so we'll jump up on some of these inland taps. there's not much fogger just a little bit out there. 60 seventies coast bayside seventies and eighties inland upper eighties too low and mid nineties. mostly sunny, although those higher claws are with us in the morning. temperatures in the higher elevations are getting warmer, and that's kind of the key here. they've been on the cool side there in the fifties. yesterday there in the sixties. now mount diablo is 66 degrees of the north wind to 18. that's 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. so that's a sign that warmer air is building in yet it hasn't translated yet except to santa rosa and petaluma, which are plus one plus to. everyone else is in from 1 to 5 degrees than hours. ago. check for right now. mainly supper fifties low sixties. everyone's very close
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on the temperatures. only 1 70. that's out in brentwood. we do not have at the surface, a strong north northeast wind, but high pressure alone is going to equal some warmer temps today and it will peak out tomorrow. but i mean again, it's just really amazing pattern for this time of year. this would have been our rain friend if it was in january or february, but because it's june, it's been up in there since april and may. rain continues in the pacific northwest. these systems plowing in don't allow that high to build in. it does for a couple of days and another system comes in and knocks it right back down. so today and tomorrow will favor warmer temps to hot. but then, after that another low kicks in that will cool us down starting late saturday for sure sunday. there are signs of another one next friday week from this friday, and another one stronger one around the 22nd 23rd. so this pattern is not changing any time soon that with cold ocean temps can make for some cool, windy conditions. sixties seventies eighties nineties on the temps warms to hottest. they will be tomorrow by far starts a little bit cooler saturday big time cooling
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on sunday. steve thank you one of my favorite things to do all year. the stern grove music festival is about to come back. this is the 85th year and coming up on the nine. the festival's executive director joins us in studio will give you an inside. look at what to expect for the shows and how things are a little different this year. don't worry. we'll get you there and then the first country asia has officially decriminalized marijuana, the popular tourist destination that has legalized medical marijuana
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morning about a heroic dog that we told you about last month. eva 2.5 year old belgian melon, what is credited with defending her owner from a mountain lion and trinity county owner says the dog began having seizures last weekend and yesterday, eva died of her injuries. erin wilson was walking along the
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river with eva. when a mountain lion attacked eva tried to fight it off. but the lion clamped down its jaws and davis head, wilson was able to get help from a passing driver, and together they freed the dog. the doc separate skull fractures and other injuries. officials at moderna say they're covid booster shot has been redesigned , moderna says it seems to give more protection against macron than the current vaccine. moderna submitting data to the fda says it hopes to have the updated booster shot available by late summer. this comes after advisors to the fda voted to recommend another covid vaccine option, this one from novavax. i think we speak to making available another option for those who might not otherwise take a vaccine. getting that into someone's arm who has no vaccine is probably going to prevent them from having serious outcomes such as hospitalization and deaths from covid-19, even even from omicron. we hope. the novavax vaccines already authorized for use in other countries such as the uk, canada
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and south korea. starting today. marijuana is officially legal in thailand is the first nation in asia to allow or follow the f d decision to decriminalize marijuana, while the medical use of it is now legal smoking publicly, is still subject to jail time and fines. experts say tourists should proceed with caution since the new cannabis law is still new, and there might be some ironing out to do when it comes to driving under the influence. a veteran bay area police officers now the police chief in stockton's chief , stanley mcfadden, is also stockton's first black police chief. he spent almost 30 years with san jose pd and has lived in san joaquin county for two decades now. chief mcfadden says his goal is to bring transformative change and create a safe environment for all residents. and if i can be that that person of color that it has a leading role in something and it inspires our youth are people of color or anyone else want to come to police work? that's a win. mcfadden says he's working with other law enforcement agencies to address gang
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violence in stockton's. the two largest federally backed mortgage companies are working to make it easier for people to buy homes. usa today reports for any mae and freddie mac are introducing a new credit reporting system that includes measures that can show a borrows creditworthiness. those include their rent paying history as well as any down payment assistance available. they're also pushing to lower mortgage insurance premiums. freddie mac is also expected to issue $3 billion in affordable housing bonds this year. well known ocean photographer has released a new book of photos that capture some of the biggest waves in the world from the inside. clark little lives in hawaii. he has long been a surfer, and he says his love of surfing has helped him as a photographer. he's known for photographing a dangerous phenomenon known as shore breaks . that's when waves break directly onto a steep shore, creating intense forces that can slam someone to the ground or pin them underwater. short break is so beautiful. and scary at the same time. like i said, i used to surf the shore break, so
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i'm kind of it's my comfort zone. i like sand bottom. i think it has more aqua beautiful colors. his new book is called the art of waves, and it covers the past 15 years of his work as a photographer, all of which was informed by his love of surfing. after a year of investigating the january 6th capital insurrection, the public is getting a chance to see and hear some of what the congressional committee knows. what you need to know about tonight's hearing. plus this is quite a sight, but it's the smell that has so many people complaining about what's on the beach and one east base city. why the city of richmond says it's letting a whale decompose off the shore line. also ahead. at first i said five, gentlemen, sweet because we're gentlemen out here, but we're gonna do dubs at six. now the golden state warriors fall to the boston celtics in even though game three did not go as expected. all anyone wants to know is whether steph curry will recover from a late

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