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san jose police are investigating an overnight shooting that claimed the life of a 35-year-old woman. a bomb squad swarms the area overnight. and the changes drivers will notice this morning. good morning, everyone, welcome to mornings on 2. it's
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sunday, may 29. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. rain yesterday, maybe some sunshine for you today. >> the reminder of the holiday weekend going to be dry, let's just answer that. warmer temperatures also going to bring us the wind as the storm continues it push off to the east. we will be mostly sunny today. a nice looking day outside or doors today, but the winds are expected to be quite breezy. the afternoon temps going to be slightly warmer in some places. it has been a violent seven days in san jose. right now, police are investigating seven homicides. the most recent happened on ambler way. investigators are trying to piece together what took place. >> reporter: even at 7:00 on a sunday morning here the work
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doesn't stop for san jose police. we've seen police patrol cars pulling out of this garage. officers getting ready to start or end their shift for the day. last year, police vetted 20 homicides in this city. police are already on their 22nd homicide of this year. that lastest started last night, after a 35-year-old san jose woman was found shout in her car. police got reports of some sort of disturbance happening in the area, there were also report about gunfire heard in the area. when officers arrived, they found the woman in her car, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. she died a short time later after paramedics arrived. around the same time last night, a san jose man walked into a hospital, also suffering from gunshot wounds. after police questioned him, they discovered that 20-year-
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old man had also been at the same address on ambler way. detectives have a lot of work to do in this investigation. they don't know if this is a gang related crime or some sort of domestic dispute. >> it is a heavy load for them. i don't think you can get worse when you talk about a homicide, have you a individual that has lost their life. >> reporter: their investigation much this recent homicide has been hampered hampered so far. police say some of the witnesses are not being cooperative. live in san jose, allie rasmus, ktvu chant 2 news. overnight, the san jose
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bomb squad gave the all clear to the castro district after someone called in a suspicious bag. officers immediately responded. just after 12:30 this morning, officers declared the bag safe, and reopened the area to traffic. traffic is running smoothly into oakland tonight. this deture shows cars coming off the bay bridge, using the new, eastbound detour, just about two hours ago. caltrans closed down several lanes around midnight in preparation for the switch over. at one point, traffic had to be stopped, but just for about two minutes. caltran's spokesman, joining us on the line. did you pull an all nighter? >> yes, i did. >> from the video we saw, things are looking good.
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>> yeah, things are going smoothly, it looks like we're going to be able to wrap up all work this morning. >> did you go one lane at a time? >> yeah, lane 4 and 5 are open right now, we expect to have lane 3 open in a few minutes, the rest of the lanes will open sequentially. >> if someone is on the bay bridge, what do you think to tell them? >> there's going to be an alignment. >> is the next step to really detour westbound traffic, just past the toll plaza? >> yes, that is the next step that will take place in early 2012. >> all right, thanks for joining us live this morning, bart. >> my pleasure. overnight, bart once again start the repair work on electric cables. only one track is open in that
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tube right now. anyone traveling going towards dublin, or fremont will have to transfer. expect delays of up to 40 minutes. bart should be pack to norm at by -- back to normal by 2:30 this afternoon. hayward police are trying to find a 26-year-old woman who has not been seen for almost two days. investigators say she was last seen friday night at kaiser hospital in hayward, where she is enrolled in a class for her husband nursing program. friends mentioned she planned on driving to reno after the class ended. calls to her cell phone have gone unanswered, if you have information, you're asked to call hayward police. an oakland cemetery home to a controversial memorial lrks
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open its gates to people today. the memorial features four granite plaques bearing the names of the more than 900 people who died in the 1978 tragedy. among the names? jim jones, the man who led his followers to drink cyanide laced punch. the inclusion has sparked some outrage. bicyclist is in the hospital after being struck by a cab. we do know the person that was hit is in critical condition. people who are spending their labor day weekend in the sierra are in for a cold one. i want to show you a live picture of interstate 80 at truckee. as you ski, there is a lot of snow on the side of the road there. chains are no longer required in that area, but what a different story it was from last night. this is what 80 and soda
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springs looked like yesterday evening, between 3 to 6 inches of snow fell in the sierra, making it pretty difficult for some drivers to get around, but keeping the smiles on the faces of skiers and snowboarders. good morning to you, outside our doors we have sunshine. take a look at that blue sky overhead. we've got more sun for today. dry conditions. we've got breezy conditions as we move through the afternoon. right now, the winds generally light out there. a little gusty along the coast. 5 to 10 miles per hour. san jose reporting 10 right now. redwood city, 9. between 5 and 6 miles per hour, san francisco, oakland. 6miles per hour in concord. if we head north, calm, napa. 8miles per hour in santa rosa. for the afternoon, temperatures 3 to 5 degrees above what we saw yesterday. today, this morning, with the clearing, we're 3 to 6 degrees cooler at the start of the day.
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50 oakland, 49 san francisco. 50degrees redwood city. mountain view down into san jose. the system off to the east, a few linger showers. the low centered around yosemite. we're going to be dry for the next couple days, but it's not going to be long. this next system is going to drop in the area, bringing us scattered showers by tuesday and wednesday. sunnier conditions, although breeze area. the rest of us will see winds to to 20 miles per hour or so. highs today, up 50rs for the coast. widespread 60s for the bay area. 70 in napa. 72 santa rosa. closer to the coast, san francisco looking at 62 for the afternoon. 59degrees in pacifica. not bad, we will end the
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memorial day weekend with increasing clouds. temperatures will dip just a little bit for your monday. tuesday, wednesday, even thursday, slight possibility of some showers, perhaps, lingering showers thursday morning before we dry out, our temperatures still below average as we head into june, we're looking at upper 50s, for the coastline tuesday and wednesday. widespread upper 60s for your midland areas. time now 7:09, a fire and rough landing caused rough moments for travelers at atlanta's airport. passengers were forced to evacuate the plain after the landing gear malfunctioned and burst into flames. all of the passengers and crew were quickly evacuated, and firefighters were able to put the fire out with foam spray. >> there was a big bang, and a bunch of smaller bangs. >> then you started to smell rubber and the plane got smoky.
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>> maintenance crews will evaluate it as they search for the source of the malfunction. president obama is back from europe, but he is on the road again, where he is expected to land in a couple of hours to deliver some key remarks. we'll give you a live look outside the macarthur maze. oakland looking clear, the time is 7:10, you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you, san jose walking up with partly sunny skies. 50degrees outside your door. president obama is expected to arrive in joplin, missouri, and walk through the devastation left behind by the f5 tornado just a week ago.
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the president is making the trip hours after arriving home from his six day european tour. he will attend a memorial service for the victims at missouri southern state university. the white house says the president is expected to deliver some brief remarks. the death toll from the joplin tornado continues to climb this morning. >> it may now be the deadliest on record since 1953. live this morning from joplin with more on the devastation and the search for survivers. >> reporter: mike and claudine, good morning to you, the death toll stands at 139 here in joplin. a community of only 14,000 people, and the number unaccounted for is around 100. really difficult to get your mind around. of course it is sunday morning, today marks the one week mark since this deadly tornado swept through. a lot of people are taking time
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out from the recovery and the cleanup to of course go to church services, but a lot of churches in the area damaged. i want to step out the way, and show you quite a magnificent site. you can see here, much of the sanctuary and the parochial school has been destroyed, but what remains, the giant steel cross that still stands very prominent. it is quite a site to behold, when you consider when this tornado came through, it was packing winds of more than 200 miles per hour, and steel doesn't even stand up to these winds, we have seen steel buildings ripped apart. but this is the bible belt. this is the buckle, as one person said. so these people are certainly calling on a higher power this morning to try and make sense of what they have gone through. sheer horror, really in the
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last week. the search and recovery still very much underway. cadaver dogs and search and rescue dogs from all over this country have converged on this community, and they're going through mounds of rubble. but you can imagine, mike and claudine, it is going to take quite some time. >> i know we've watched the numbers of unaccounted people shrink in the past few days, as people come forward. do they think really now that the list has dwindled, that that is mostly the search and recovery effort underway now? >> reporter: the governor of the state still calling this is arch is and rescue on -- a search and rescue operation. the weather has been okay, and they're hoping there will still be that miles an miraculous story we hear of someone being pulled from the rubble. communications have gradually opened up in the area, and
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folks have finally been able to reach their love ones, the grim reality is the death toll numbers are going up and they warned us that that death toll will most likely continue to rise. but people relying on that hour power this sunday that someone is going to be pulled alive from the twisted metal here. >> good to hear that those communications are up and running, even more on this sunday morning. thanks casey. time now is 7:17, major disasters are proving to be big business for a san francisco company. it's usually used by parents to follow kids, but the app also allows people to check in after disasters. the company says hundreds of people checked in after the
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joplin tornado, and a few people even activated a panic alert. >> we have servers literally all over the world that can access long distance lines. so, you just can't do that as a prn, but we can as a technology company. >> life 360s fountainer developed the app. defense contractor lockheed martin says its systems remain secure after a cyber attack. no customer, program, or employee personal data had been compromised. they believe hackers may have used dupely cat electronic
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keys. an air strike has killed 14 people. they struck two civil january homes. the strike may have been in retaliation to an insurgent attack. former egyptian president, mubarak has been ordered to pay a fine. an egyptian judge also fined two others millions of dollars. it's the latest legal step against mubarak. mubarak is currently awaiting trial on charges of corruption. former alaskan governor, sara palin is kicking off a bus tour, up and down the northeastern united states. a traditional democratic strong hold. stops include the vietnam memorial in washington, d.c. a
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civil war battlefield, and even a visit to new hampshire. palin has not been to that state since her 2008 run with john mccain. time now, 7:19, the northeast gets a little taste of california. >> people up the street that way, people down the street that way, everyone was coming out of their house. >> the rare occurrence that had people fleeing from their homes in the middle of the night. coming up, just how warm we expect to get today. and will the winds be back? more on that coming up.
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the japanese government has started experiments to figure the best way to remove
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radioactive material from farmland. an idea is to plant sunflowers that are known to absorb radioactive materials from the soil. the ground was shaking in the south and the north bay yesterday, the first earthquake was a 3.3 magnitude that struck just after 3:30 in the morning around morgan hill. later, a 3.7 hit the north bay. no damage was reported. a very minor earthquake caused a big scare in philadelphia. >> people up the street that way, people down the street that way, everyone was coming out of their house. >> police and firefighters were sent to check it out, but couldn't find any fires or damaged homes. there was an earthquake of a
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1.7 magnitude. >> in terms of intensity, california has this intensity of earthquake, gosh, what, every our hour or so? >> they have very frequent occurrences and much larger magnitude. look out on the san francisco bay, and you will see glimpses of the race known as america's cup. this morning, a new perspective, an exclusive look from the water onboard the namesake of this famous race. >> today, we're going it on a sail on the yacht america. an actual replica of the america's cup. we're really going to enjoy the history of the american cup. >> hand over hand like this. ♪ [ music ]
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everybody up? perfect. ♪ [ music ] >> we're making about 11 knots, we're about 13 miles per hour, coming back into the bay. we just went under the bridge, we're going to sail down.
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start pulling them in. >> it's going to be a great time as that race will be held in 2013, thanks for tony for going out into the bay. >> that looked like a beautiful day in the bay, when that was shot. will it be a beautiful day today? rosemary orozco with us. it's going to be sunny out will be a little breezy. slightly warmer, so that will feel good. the winds outside your door, expecting to still cool. giving you a beautiful shot of the city. if you're headed that way, maybe for carnival this afternoon, it's going to be mostly sunny. it's going to be breezy. especially along the immediate cost, gusts to 30 miles per hour. the rest of us, 15 and 20. which is still a breezy day. mid-50s for 10:00. for the afternoon, 62 degrees, before we begin cooling down. the rest of us, a warm up.
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we're going to be dry today, tomorrow, and then the rain is back in time for the first day of june. sprinkles in the forecast tuesday, showers wednesday, and maybe a few lingering showers thursday morning before we dry out. our temperatures are going to sink once again back into the upper 50s for the coast line. mid-60s for inland areas, 66 looks to be the coolest day on wednesday. some baseball fans southern california get more than they bargained for, when a fire breaks out in the stands during the middle of a game.
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a shooting in san jose, two people are hit, this as the city tries to reign in it's homicide rate. >> the most recent happened last night on ambler way. allie rasmus is live, where investigators are trying to piece together what happened. >> reporter: san jose police say their detectives have a lot
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of work to do in this investigation. right now, they don't know the motive. at this point, police say the witnesses involved are not cooperating with them. at this point, what we know is two people were shot last night, and a 35-year-old san jose woman died from her gunshot wounds. police arrived at the 4,000 block ofambler way around 10:30 last night after getting a report of a disturbance happening there. and a report of gunshots happening there. she died a short time later after paramedics arrived. a 20-year-old san jose man walked into the hospital, also suffering from gunshot wounds. they discovered the 20-year-old man had also been at the sam address on ambler way. a san jose police spokesperson says, their detectives have their hands full this week. detectives are investigating two other homicides that happened last week. last year, san jose police
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investigated a tollal of 20 homicides in the city. this year, according to this police statement, they're already on homicide number 22. >> they work diligently. they a lot of times will work state through. 24 hours. i've seen on previous cases they stayed at the office and literally stayed at their desk and followed up on leaves and come back to -- leads and came back to the office. >> reporter: they say they don't know the relationship between the 20-year-old san jose man who had those gunshot wounds, and the 35-year-old woman who died from her gunshot wounds. police don't know if this is a gang related, or domestic dispute. they want to emphasize that
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people can call in anonymously. san jose police are also searching for the person who stabbed a teenager to death just days before his high school graduation. police found vincent tram lee early yesterday morning. he recently celebrated his 18th birthday and graduated from independence high school. his high school counselor described him as a sharp student who was on his way to college. >> definitely a real shock. nobody really saw this coming. >> he's not hated around here. i don't understand why such a thing happened to such a good person. >> less than 100-yards away is a memorial for another young man in his 20s, who was shot to death on wednesday. police are looking to see if the cases are connected. so far, no arrests have been made. all northbound lanes on highway 101 are reopened. the person was hit by a bmw before immediately being struck by a honda accord.
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the road was closed around 10:00 last night for the investigation. but reopened later. the chp is investigating, but say alcohol was not a factor in the incident. the couple will likely spend the rest of their lives in prison. the judge will hold a hearing right after the sentencing on whether to release grand jury transcripts that clue tell from jaycee dugard. day 5 of the trial took place yesterday in orlando. anthony's mother took the witness stand, and she broke down in tears when they showed a photograph of her granddaughter's crib. he told the jury about how anthony acted on the day her daughter was missing. >> when you called her, what
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did you see to her? >> where's caylee. >> was that the question? >> yes, sir. >> what was the response? >> don't know. >> the judge has ordered the rare saturday half day court session. firefighters are gaining control of the wildfire better thanking in kern county. thousand of residents had to evacuate, right now, the fire is 65% contained. the damage so far has been limited to a patio roof. dodger stadium caught fire during the 5th inning of a game, forcing some fans to change seats. it happened last night as the dodgers were taking on the florida marlins. smoke started billowing into the upper deck along the first
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base side. they found the fire burning in a confined storage area. fans were never evacuated, and the game was not delayed. one week has passed since the police have arrested a suspect in the beating of bryan stow. the family says stow is still being monitored seizures, but so far he has not had any. baseball fans attending tomorrow's memorial day game with the a's, are being asked to donate to the troops. the money is going to go toward buying supplies like toothpaste, bottled water, and energy bars. memorial day is a federal
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holiday, that means of closures. banks, post offices and schools won't be open either. as far as transit, bart, muni, san train, running sunday schedules tomorrow. buses will run on a weekend, and holiday schedule. waking up with sunny skies a live look from bay point. a chilly start though. if you're stepping out early, 34 in napa. 37 in livermore. hayward looking at 50 degrees right now as well as san jose. satellite and radar, we all so saw some of that rain yesterday. some of us just a few sprinkles. but it has now pushed off to the east, and centered at areas
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around yosemite. we do have high pressure building in over the next day or so. with that low pressure off to the east, we're going to be stuck in between. and it's going to bring us breezy conditions for the afternoon. but again, we're going to be dry, we're going to be sunny. your forecast here by about 10:00 or so, mostly clear skies. we do have lingering showers for the sierra today. the rest of us will be with some pretty good conditions, monday, 2:00 in the afternoon, notice what's going on here. we've got clouds moving back into the area. do i dare say it? another system approaching the area, but tuesday morning or so, notice it is approaching the north bay, and we are looking at scatters showers possible for tuesday, wednesday, maybe even lingering into thursday. so for today, we're going to be dry, we're going to be sunny, we're going to be cooler this morning, but warmer in the afternoon. anywhere from 2 to 4 degrees inland areas will notice the warm up. and for the evening hours, when we do begin to see the winds die down just a little bit, we will remain breezy, at least through about midnight or so.
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expect the winds to pick up for the second half of the afternoon. it really lingers throughout the day. widespread low 70s, san jose area. pleasanton looking at 68 for today. the extended forecast here, some improving conditions for the next couple of days for your memorial day weekend. we will see increasing clouds by moon afternoon. tuesday, the rain arrives, and it's going to hang around for the next few days after that. temperatures will again be below average. upper 50s for the coast, and widespread, mid- to upper 60s for our inland spots. two people are dead, and several ours are injured, following a tour bus crash in washington. the bus hit a truck that was parked on the highway shoulder, and rolled onto its side. two people were killed, another person was air listed to the hospital in serious condition. the bussive carrying more than
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a dozen soccer fans from a game in seattle. here in the bay area, two people are recovering from injuries this morning, after their suv went down an embankment in petaluma. a woman had to be pulled 40 feet up the slope in a rescue basket. a man was able to walk out with the help of rescuers. highway patrol says there have been two other crashes in the same spot in just the past few months. chp says officers have made 52 arrests so far during their memorial day weekend crackdown. the maximum enforcement continues through midnight tomorrow. time now, 7:40, the sheriff of san francisco is getting ready to make a controversial move this week. who he plans to release from jail, and why the feds aren't happy about it. what led to an aspiring model to plunge several stories
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to her death. let's take you out live to the bay bridge incline. you will notice slight changes as a new detour goes into place as part of the bay bridge.
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good morning to you, what a beautiful shot there, looking out at port marin. >> here is another live look for you, that is the wing of
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the space shuttle endeavour. crew members did four successful spacewalks during the mission, and accomplished a number of maintenance and installation tasks. the shuttle is scheduled to land on wednesday. this weekend, promising to release low level immigrant inmates from jail. the sheriff says he's trying to uphold the san francisco sanctuary city law. this do all conflict with the federal government security program. on the phone to help us out with this is angela chan. good morning, angela. >> good morning, thanks for having me. >> let's talk about this. the secure communities program says feds can scan, fingerprint databases and hold over
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possible deportees. what is the sheriff's obligation here? >> he does not have to hold anybody for customs enforcement. the sheriff focuses on criminal law, and not on civil immigration law. the problem is, as he mixes up these two jobs, which is clear, he's not supposed to, he would fill up our jails for people who are not necessarily committing crimes, people who have green cards and visas, but not necessarily committing crimes. in any city, including oakland, san francisco, throughout the bay area, there are large immigrant populations, including some undocumented populations, and they're needed to help fight crime, if they're the witnesses, or victims to crime, we really don't care about their status, we want them to come forward, and protect public safety. >> is this more about a relationship with the city, or
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maybe the dragnet that pulls in people who aren't involved with the immigration issue at all? >> the second part? can you clarify that? >> there is some thought that this becomes like a dragnet, you do immigrations, and you get pulling at people who aren't involved in it, and it kind of is too broad? >> that's right, it's both of those factors, because they're linked. focused ostensibly on level one offenses, which are more serious felony offenses, but the vast number are people without criminal [ inaudible ] particular through the bay area, but also california, reported because communities in california do not have criminal records or are arrested for
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minor offenses, like traffic offenses or loitering. what that means is people are going to be afraid to come forward to talk with police, because the police may arrest them for very minor things and those fingerprints are transferred. >> we don't have much time, and i want to ask you one last question before you go, with the critics, do you think lawsuits will be filed against cities like san francisco. >> there are certainly groups in the bay area that would file lawsuits against anything, but replying to these is not mandatory, and the sheriff got these directly for immigrations and customs enforcement, when he asked about immigration holds or detaineeses, these are
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requests, they're not mandatory. >> a big issue, but we certainly appreciate your time. >> thank you, thank you for having me on the show, we appreciate it. >> angela chan, joining us on the phone. san francisco school board will decide next month, where students enrolled in junior rotc programs can continue earning physical education credits. right now more than 1,000 students are enrolled. school officials are concerned rotc instructors do not have a credential in p e, and therefore possibly opening the district to a lawsuit. junior rotc supporters say enrollment in the program will drop, if students cannot get the pe credits. russian authorities arrested dan choi yesterday for holding an unauthorrized gay rights parade yesterday in
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moscow. he challenged the military's don't ask, don't tell policy. firefighters are trying to find the cause of an explosion at a chemical plant in north carolina. these photos show those powerful blasts. the plant is closed weekends, and no one was inside when the explosion happened. people who live close by were told to evacuate, but have since been allowed to return home. no one was hurt. a woman is dead, and another critically injured after falling out of a hotel room window in atlanta. witnesses say she was play wrestling with her friend, when they crashed into a window and fell three or four stories below. threat was an aspiring model who was celebrating her birthday. the other woman was taken to the hospital with broken bones. police believe it was an
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accident, but they are still investigating. a number of other people were inside the hotel room at the time. so far, no one has been charged with any crimes. a public ceremony will be held to celebrate the life of 15-year-old alison bayless. she disappeared on monday. authorities say it now appears she took her own life. video cameras showed her walking onto the golden gate bridge monday morning, but never showed her walking off. tomorrow's ceremony will be held at 2:00. the san francisco marin food bank opened a new pantry at the fairfax community church this month. they are open every sunday from 10 to noon. the church said more than 100 families showed up yesterday. >> i never thought i would be in this spotion in my life. i had a good life. i raised a family. i've owned three homes. i've lost my lost house, it was
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foreclosed on. >> the san francisco food bank is considering opening three more pantries in the next year. a memorial day tradition continues this morning in san francisco. ♪ [ music ] this year's carnival celebration will start in just a few hours: the grand parade kicks off at 3:00. this year's parade is themed, live your fantasy. a stand with san francisco giants items was among the most popular. >> we've got a bruce bochy bobblehead. we've got four shirts. it's pretty cool. >> it will start at the corner of 24th and bryant street. a wide range of food stands will be set up. 7:51. a deadly disaster turns into an opportunity for thieves. the scam police are seeing in
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joplin, missouri, following last week's tornado. the opportunity for warm, and windy weather conditions. coming up, what you can expect for the remainder of your holiday weekend.
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the government is advising public swimming pools to stay closed this weekend, because of the massive recall. 1million pool drains were recalled. faulty pool covers have to be replaced or retrofitted. homeowners who have a backyard swimming pool may also need to replace their drain covers. a new study says the u.s. should look overseas if it wants to increase schools. saying the u.s. schools should
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model themselves on foreign schools. standardized testing doesn't allow students to apply what they are learned. police in joplin, missouri, say scammers are taking advantage of hard hit areas from last week's tornadoes. the agency has received reports of towing companies towing cars without the owners permission. >> they're going to come to this place, because they know there's a possibility of scamming people. >> police say there has also been an increase in looting in the area following the tornado. the greatest spectacle in racing gets underway today. drivers hit the track at the indianapolis motor speedway friday for their final practice session. it's the 100th anniversary of the race, but today is only the
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95th running, because it was suspended during both world wars. the flee market appears to be making a comeback. a new updated flee made its debut on treasure island. it includes new, and old merchandise, as well as artists, food, and wine. the owner says there is a revival of the markets nationwide as a reflection of the economy. >> i think it disconnected in today's society with the big box stores. i think people are trying to reconnect. >> it goes from 9:00 a.m., to 4:00 p.m., and will be held the last weekend of each month. the time now is 7:56. we had some rain yesterday, but maybe we will get some sunshine today. >> plenty of sunshine expected today, but looks could be he deceiving. we're colder, especially at this hour. partly cloudy skies, overhead, and mostly sunny, we will be mostly sunny for the afternoon.
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giving you a look at san jose, sitting at 50 degrees at this hour. north bay area in the 40s. no advisories for the sierra, if you are going to head to the mountains, snow showers will be lingering. another inch or so expected. gusts will reach 25 miles per hour. here at home, it is going to be a mild day. temperatures still below average. winds are expected to pick up in the afternoon. low 70s for inland areas, if you take a look at this outlook, the extended forecast doesn't look like we're entering june. dry today, dry tomorrow. rain expected by tuesday, wednesday, maybe even lingering into thursday. there are going to be more high pressure tests on the pg and e pipelines. >> celebrations after barcelona's champion's league
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win takes a turn for the worst. what happened yesterday that sent 18 people to the hospital.
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san jose police are investigating a shooting that happened last night, that injured one man, and claimed
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the life of a 35-year-old woman. a new detour on the bay bridge, how the changes could make your commute easier. good morning, everyone, welcome to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. don't put away that umbrella just yet. >> what's important, today, and tomorrow. so hopefully, you will be enjoying the remainder of your holiday weekend. for today, mostly sunny skies. we are going to turn breezy, especially towards the afternoon. high temperatures anywhere from 2 to 4 degrees of warming for the inland areas. 59 this morning. we're really cool, cooler than where we saw yesterday. we'll take you through current conditions and run you through the rest of the holiday weekend
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coming up. a fatal shooting last night, one of several homicides in the city in the last few days. live in san jose with the latest. >> reporter: san jose police spokesmen say their detectives have their hands full. we want to point out some troubling numbers in the crime rate here. in 2010, all of last year, police investigated a total of 20 homicides. this year, they're already on 22. this latest homicide investigation began last night. police arrived at the 4,000 block ofambler way around 10:30, after hearing reports of some sort of argument happening there. when officers arrived, they found the woman in her car. around the same time last night, a 20-year-old san jose man walked into a nearby
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hospital, also suffering from gunshot wounds. his injuries were not life- threatening. they discovered that 20-year- old man had also been near the same area on ambler way. detectives have a lot of work to do in this investigation. they don't know the motive in this yet, they don't know if this is a gang related, or domestic related dispute. >> it is a heavy load for them. i don't think you can get worse in any situation, where you're talking about a homicide. you have an an individual that lost her life. they work diligently. >> reporter: san jose police say they're investigation has been hampered by the fact that some of the witnesses involved, police say are not being cooperative. police are urging anyone with information about what happened to come forward. they want to emphasize that anyone can call, and remain
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anonymous. the shooting following the stabbing of a teenager yesterday. investigators found vincent tram lee at an apartment complex. he recently celebrated his 18th birthday, and graduated from independence high school. no arrests have been made. overnight, the bomb squad gave the all clear to the castro district. that call came in last night near castro and 18th streets. officers immediately responded. just after 12:30 this morning, officers declared the bag safe and reopened the area to traffic. hayward police are trying to find a 26-year-old woman who has not been seen for almost two days. investigators say michelle thi
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le. friends say she mentioned driving to reno after the class ended. police found her car just a few blocks away from kaiser. calls to her cell phone have gone unanswered. traffic is rolling smoothly into oakland this morning. caltran is continuing to open a new detour. caltran closed down several lanes around midnight in preparation for the switch over. at one point traffic had to be stopped for about 10 minutes. overnight, bart once again started repairs on electrical work on the tube. anyone traveling is going to have to transfer trains at the 12th street station.
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expect delays of up to 40 minutes, but bart should be back to normal today by 2:30 this afternoon. those same do tours will be -- detours will be in place tomorrow until about 2:30. and oakland cemetery will open its gates to 2 enthusiastic new people today. the new jones town massacre memorial features four granite plaques. among the names, jim jones. the inclusion of his name has sparked outrage from so many family members. a student at a sacramento area high school has been booked into juvenile hall after bringing a gun to campus. police arrested the student on friday afternoon after getting the call from school administrators. officers found the student in class, with an unloaded gun in
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his backpack. just before 10:30 this morning, president obama is expected to arrive in joplin, missouri, and walk through the devastation left behind of that f5 tornado. the president is making the trip hours after arriving home from his six day european tour. while in missouri, mr. obama will attend a memorial service for the victims at missouri southern state university. the white house says the president is expected to deliver some brief remarks. the death toll from the tornado remains in flux. officials say 139 people were killed by the storm that hit last sunday. state officials say the death toll is at 126 and that they have no reason to raise the number. if it is determined at 139, this would make this tornado season the deadliest since 1953. for a short time, after estimated 400 themes were in
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the path of -- homes were in the path of a pair fair. right now, the fire is 65% contained. more than 1,000 acres has been burned. damage has been limited to a patio roof. this weekend, pg and e will test high pressured pipes. they are monitored for about eight hours, pipe that does not withstand the pressure will be replaced. on tuesday, and wednesday, natural gas will be vented from parts of newark and san jose. on friday, the tests will take place in newark. good morning to you. a live look. we're up close and personal hear with the see. a chilly start though. our temperatures now rebounding that the sun is up. our winds generally light.
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san jose reporting a westerly breeze to 7 miles per hour. oakland, san francisco, anywhere from 6 to 9 miles per hour. looking at winds to about 10 in and around santa rosa. our temperatures will continue to climb as we move through the afternoon, we'll be warmer especially inland. but this morning, temperatures sinking in the 40s. 48 san francisco as well as san rafael. 49 in napa. this is an improvement. 44 in napa a little earlier. for the second half of the day, temperatures warmer than yesterday, still below average for the year. rain pushing off to the east. a few lingering showers over the sierra. no advisories in place if you're headed out to the mountains for the weekend. we're going to be dry for the next couple of days. high pressure building in. we're going to be breezy, winds are going to pick up for the afternoon and last through the evening hours. i almost hate to point this
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out, but i need to. up over the gulf of alaska, we have another system that is going to drop in time for tuesday and bring us more rain. sunnier skies expected for today. winds quite gusty, especially along the immediate cost line. highs today, upper 50s for the coast 70 in concord. mid-60s oakland. 62 in san francisco. areas along red wood city, upper 60s. 71 expected in morgan hill for the second half of your day. hopefully, you have a come of days off still, temperatures are going to climb today, and cool tomorrow. by tomorrow, increasing clouds, maybe even lingering for our thursday morning. if you notice, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, surely does not look like june.
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we're looking at upper 50s for the coast, mid-upper 60s for the inland areas. carnival continues in the bay area today. we'll take a look at your forecast for san francisco coming up. people spending their memorial day in the sierra are in for a cold one. let take you out for a live look at interstate 80 in kingvale. this is what 80 at soda springs looked like after 3 to 6 inches of snow fell yesterday. it did keep smiles on the faces of skiers and snowboarders. here onboard a delta airlines plane headed to atlanta, the problem that forced passengers to evacuate. the so-called geezer bandit has robbed again.
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the golden gate bridge looking great on this sunday morning. the clock says 8:10. you're watching mornings on 2.
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good morning to you, a live look at the winds blowing, jackland is clear this morning, mostly sunny skies. the japanese government has started experiments to figure out the best way to remove radioactive material from farmland around the disabled
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fukushima dai-ichi plant. one solution is to flood the area, another idea is to plant sunflowers that are known to absorb radioactive materials from the soil. a nato air strike has killed 14 people, all of them women and chin. afghan officials say nato was targeting insurgents there, but instead struck two civilian homes. the strike may have been in retaliation to an insurgent attack on a naval base yesterday. former egyptian president mubarak has been fined. that fine is the latest legal step against mubarak since mass demonstrations forced him from
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office in february. mubarak is currently awaiting trial on charges of corruption. fans celebrated barcelona's league in the champion league final. 50,000 people flooded the streets of barcelona hours after the soccer team beat manchester united. fire investigators are trying to find the cause of an explosion at a chemical plant in north carolina. they show the power plant when they erupted. fortunately, no one was inside when the plant erupted. people who live nearby were told to evacuate. they have since been allowed to return and no one was hurt. passengers were forced to evacuate a plane after the
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landing gear malfunctioned and burst into flames. all of the passengers and crew were quickly evacuated, and firefighters were able to put out the fire with foam spray. >> there was a big bang, and a bunch of small flames. >> then you started to smell rubber and the cabin got smoky. >> maintenance crews will evaluate it as they search for the source of that malfunction. another fire, this one inside dodger stadium forced fans to move seats during the game. it happened last night as the dodgers were taking on the marlins. a los angeles fire department responded, and found a fire burning in a confined storage area, they quickly put out the flames and fans were never evacuated, and the game was not delayed. the fbi says the so-called geezer bandit has struck again.
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agents say the man robbed a bank in san diego on friday. this is the 14th bank across california the fbi says he has robbed. he is usually armed during those robberies. >> very discreet in the way he conducts his robberies. oftentimes, the only people that know what's happening are the victim tellers. and the geezer bandit. >> a 20,000-dollar reward is offered leading to his capture and conviction. two earthquakes shook the bay area yesterday. later in the day, around 4:00 p.m., a 3.7 magnitude hit the north bay. no damage was reported. a very minor earthquake caused a big scare in philadelphia. >> people up the street that way. people down the street had a way. everyone was coming out of their house.
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>> hundreds of people reported feeling the ground shake from what they thought was an explosion. the u.s. geological survey says it initially wasn't an earthquake, but they revised it, and said it was an earthquake of 1.7 magnitude. >> california has this intensity of earthquake, gosh, i don't know? what every other hour or so? >> no injuries or damages were reported from that earthquake. astronauts on the space shuttle endeavour are getting ready to head home. the six man crew has ended its mission and will undock from the international space station tonight. endeavour will be retired to a museum. a closely watched murder trial out of florida will
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continue after the memorial day break. why the judge ordered a rare saturday session in the trial of casey anthony. just how short lived this break in the rain may last.
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two people are dead and several others are injured, following a tour bus crash in
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washington. two passengers on the bus were killed, another person was airlifted to a hospital in serious condition. several other people were treated at the scene for minor injuries. the bus was carrying more than a dozen soccer fans from a game in seattle. jurors in the casey anthony murder trial are getting a break today for the murder trial. anthony is accused of killing her daughter, caylee. her mother broke down in tears when she was shown a photograph. >> when you called her, what did you say to her? >> where's caylee? >> was that the first question? >> yes, sir. >> what was her response? >> i don't know.
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>> because the jury is being driven from tampa bay to orlando, the judge has ordered the half session. lockheed martin remains secure after a cyber attack. no customer, employee, or personal data had been compromise. lockheed sells military equipment worldwide. homeland security and the defense department have launched investigations. police say brian ciscoe was on a flight to atlanta last week, when he lit a fire and said he had a tube of gas that would make everyone fall asleep. the flight was diversed to memphis. police say ciscoe had been drinking.
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we're dealing with mostly sunny skies as we speak. a cool start to the day, even a little chilly as you get outside. but temperatures are starting to bounce back, and giving you just a gorgeous view there of the blue skies. dealing with a little wind. crossing our local bridges, we've had trouble in the overnight hours. the windslike back for -- winds will be back for the afternoon. with the west-northwesterly winds, i put an arrow across the bridges. our local bridges that go from east to west will definitely be feeling it. right now, the winds from 5 to 10 more or less -- 10 miles per hour in most locations. right now, upper 40s, low 50s across the region. for the noon time, mid-50 as along the coast. for the second half of the day, upper 60s.
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59 a degrees along the immediate coastline. winds expected to blow 20 to 30 miles per hour along the coastline. 62 expected in the afternoon. the warmest time of the day right between 2:00, or 3:00, and beginning to cool down between 4 and 5. we're going to be slightly schooler tomorrow, and the clouds will be back monday afternoon. we've got more rain on the way. tuesday, wednesday, maybe even thursday morning, a slight chance for some rain there. and temperatures running cool for this time of year. motorcyclists from around the country are in washington, d.c. right now to draw attention to american troops who fought in wars and are still unaccounted for. rolling thunder gets underway in just about 30 minutes. the annual event in washington draws more than 300,000 people.
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the bikers will arrive from the pentagon to the vietnam veterans memorial. ♪ [ music ] that's "american idol," kris allen, he's just one of the performers taking part in the 22nd annual international memorial day concert in washington, d.c. dozens of stars and political figures like former secretary of state, colin powell, rehearsed yesterday for the big show. a memorial remembrance tomorrow will take place in san bruno. there will be plenty of stars and stripes all thanks to some hard working boy scouts. more than 2500 scouts spent part of their saturday placing flags at each of the gravesites. it is a tradition dating back 50 years. we talked to one scout by why
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he decided to participate. >> lots of people take this for granted, for me, it means to come out here and do something that they would do for themselves. >> tomorrow's memorial day celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. a woman is killed, and a managerred in another shooting in san jose. the city has now seen more homicides this year than they did all of last year. the latest on the investigation coming up in a live report. plus the numbers are in for the first part of the chp holiday drunk driving crackdown. the difference already being seen in just one day. i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me
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we begin 8:30 this morning, with news from overnight. a woman shot and killed in san jose in the city's 22nd homicide of the year. >> that's two more than the city of san jose saw all of last year. allie rasmus is live with the increased work load. >> reporter: san jose spokesmen say their detectives still have a lot of work to do in this homicide that happened last night. they don't have a motive in this case, and they also say some of the witnesses that were there are not cooperating with them. two people were shot in san jose last night, and a 35-year- old woman died from her gunshot wounds. it was around 10:30 last night when police arrived on ambler way in san jose after getting reports of gunfire in the area. when officers arrived, they found the woman in her car,
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suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. a san jose man walked into a hospital, also suffering from gunshot wounds. they discovered that 20-year- old man had been near the same address on ambler way. a fatal stabbing claimed the life of an 18-year-old man. to put all of these numbers in perspective, last year, san jose police investigated 20 homicides. >> they a lot of times will work straight through, 24, 48 hours. they literally sat at their
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desk and followed up on leads. sometimes go home and shower and change, and come back to the office with no sleep. it is taxing on the officers. >> jose garcia talking about the increased work load on san jose police. >> reporter: police say they don't know the relationship, if there is one between the 20- year-old and 35-year-old woman who were the gunshot victim. they don't know if this is a gang related crime, or some sort of a domestic dispute. witnesses aren't cooperating with them, so they're urging anyone with information to come forward. live in san jose, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >> police are searching for the person who stabbed a teenager to together, just days after his high school graduation. police found vincent lee near king road, and schulte drive
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early yesterday morning. he recently graduated from high school. >> definitely a real shock. nobody really saw this coming. >> he's not hated around here. i don't understand why such a bad thing happened to such a good person. >> a memorial for a man in his young 20s, was shot to death on wednesday. so far, no arrests have been made. a bicyclist is in the hospital this morning after being hit by a taxi cab in san francisco. it happened around 1:30 this morning at 14th and mission streets. we do know that the person that was hit is in critical condition. northbound lanes on highway 101. the pedestrian was hit by a bmw
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south of blossom hill road. the road was closed at 10:00 for the investigation. alcohol is not a factor in the incident. two people are recovering from injuries this morning, after their suv went down an embankment in petaluma. the accident happened yesterday afternoon. a woman in the suv had to be pulled 40 feet off the slope in a rescue basket. a man was able to walk out with help of rescuers. highway patrol says there have been two other crashes in the same spot in just the past two months. police say 24-year-old jesus guzman was walking past the area when he was he was shot. police say more arrests are possible. traffic is rolling smoothly
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off the bay bridge into oakland this morning after call trains worked overnight to open up a new detour. all lanes are now back open, caltrans had closed down several lanes around midnight in preparation for this switch over. at one point, traffic had to be stopped for just about 10 minutes. the two year detour is in place so that work can be completed on the oakland touchdown of the new eastern span. the chp has released the numbers from the first part of their holiday weekend crackdown. they made 52 arrests into early saturday morning. that's down from 58 last year. so far, this year, there have been no alcohol related fatalities. phillip and nancy garrito
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will be sentenced this afternoon. one week has passed since los angeles police arrested a suspect in the beating of giants fan bryan stow. now the family says they have another reason to be hopeful. the family posted an update on the website saying at the should be off his seizure medication last week. stow is now being treated for blood clots that have formed in his leg. a public ceremony will be held in granville to celebrate the life of alison grayless. it appears she took her own life. video cameras showed her walking onto the golden gate bridge monday morning, but never showed her walking off. a 143 idea memorial day tradition will continue
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tomorrow in san francisco. the city's official ceremony will take place at the national cemetery in the presidio. a parade will take place first at montgomery and sheridan. the formal ceremony will follow at 11:00. there will also be music beginning at 12:45 in the afternoon. an hour long tribute to fallen soldiers will start at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. several people will speak before the c5 aircraft from travis air force base performs a flyover. services will end with a 15 gun salute and the laying of wreaths for p.o.w.'s. federal and state courts and offices are closed. city and county offices are closed. banks won't be open either.
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as far as transit, bart, muni running sunday schedules tomorrow. good morning to you, a live look at san jose. improving conditions for today. take a look at all that blue sky overhead. we will be mostly sunny for today as the system is now pushing off to the east with just a few lingering showers over the sierra. 49degrees in napa at this hour. 53 in hayward. cooler than how we started yesterday morning, but temperatures beginning to rebound with that sunshine out there. your satellite radar showing you the system that brought us scattered showers headed to the east. for us, a bridge of high pressure building in in for the next day or so. the two air masses, the ridge of high pressure to the west and this off to the east. we are expecting winds to pick up the afternoon, it could be gusty for the second half of our day. we're going to be with the
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sunshine though. so warmer, about breezy. take a look at what we're expecting by 2:00 this afternoon. we've got mostly clear skies here. lingering showers over the sierra. by tomorrow, take a look at what happens here. these are high clouds, high clouds, and ahead of the next rain system that will bring us some rain as early as tuesday morning, you can see here, just north of north bay, about 4:00 or 5:00, that possibility there. we're tracking a new storm, it should bring us rain by tuesday. this morning, we're partly cloudy, mostly sunny, temperatures running 3 to 6 degrees cooler. windy for the afternoon, and our temperatures will be from 2 to 4 degrees warmer. inland spots will be normally warmer. 70 in concord. 66 vallejo, 66 in berkely, san francisco looking at 62. redwood city, mid-60s for you. mountain view, 68. san jose, 71 degrees this
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afternoon in morgan hill, it does become quite breezy out there. make sure you bring along the jacket, especially along the coast for today. sunday into monday, the temperatures start to dip once again. by tuesday, we're cloudying up, rain back in the forecast, tuesday, wednesday, into thursday. we're looking at the start of june folks. today on the other hand, going to be quite nice. if you are going to take advantage of today, we have your day planner coming up in just a little bit. today the giants look to win its series against the milwaukee brewers after a close loss yesterday. the giants got ahead early after a hit by gomez somehow gets by cody ross. he goes all the way around to score on an inside the park. it was still tied in the bottom
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of the 9th, when jonathan lacroix laid down the perfect suicide squeeze and the brewers win, 3-2. coco crisp drove in the go ahead run in the 6th inning, mark ellis added to the lead with a solo shot in the 8th inning. that's his first of the year. the a's win their third straight game, with a final of 4-2. baseball fans attending tomorrow's memorial day game between the a's and yankees are asked to help out troops serving overseas. the a's are teaming up with troopdistrict.org. the money is going to go to buying supplies like toothpaste, bottled water, and energy bars. a military flyover is also scheduled. a san francisco company is doing its part to help victims of natural disasters. the smart phone app, helping
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save lives and reunite families. first, we want to take you outside to 880 in oakland. the sun is shining, but traffic moving smoothly. membership rewards points from american express. they're a social currency with endless possibilities.
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good morning to you. what a beautiful shot there.
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oakland estuary. grab your wind breaker, sunny, warmer, and breezy today. several cities in the midwest are preparing for very large floods. crews in bismark, north dakota are preparing levees. officials have been releasing large amounts of water from the reservoirs. president obama is expected to arrive in joplin, missouri hours from now. live with the recovery efforts from there. >> reporter: once the president touches down, he will be meeting with survivers and victims family members, and also getting an up close and personal look at some of this damage before then attending a memorial service at 2:00 local time with the governor of this state and a number of other officials, including the administrator of fema. but as we were saying, when we talked to you the last time, it is sunday morning here in
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missouri, obviously, the bible belt, and people are holding church services, some even in parking lots because their church was destroyed. this is happening all over joplin. i want to step aside now and give you a live look at the st. mary's catholic church up there on the hill behind me. this has really become an icon, not only in this community, but around the country, as this image has been broadcast around the world in the last week or so, because you can see that the sanctuary itself is all blown apart, but what remains is the tall cross, right there in the center. i believe we have a picture of what the st. mary's catholic church looked like a week ago, before this ef5 tornado swept through. it is just complete devastation. there is also a parochial school attached to the church,
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where some 210 students attend, and the church is still trying to iron out exactly what they will do with those children. but 100 people remain unaccounted for in joplin at this hour. >> that is a dramatic picture behind you. do we know the story behind the american flag that also flies there? certainly, that is a poignant contrast as well. >> reporter: we see these flags flying all over joplin. people, just average joe residents will put flags in front of this business, in front of homes, in front of areas where there is no foundation. people just passing through the area wanted to come here and just help. >> you see that determination. are you seeing a lot of rebuilding? certainly, we have to focus on
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the search and recovery. >> reporter: they say they're going to rebuild this town. it is going to be put together board by board. when you talk about a six mile wide debris path. we've also had issues issues -- and today it is very windy. the sun is shining, but we're having gusts up to 40 miles an hour today. there is also a shortage of heavy equipment in the area as well. the rebuilding effort is being hampered a little bit, but the spirit of this community is shining through, and that is what is most important. >> thank you, reporting for us in joplin, missouri this morning. thanks so much. police in joplin, missouri, say scammers are taking advantage of hard hit areas,
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regarding last week's tornadoes. abandons cars are now targets. the agency has received reports of towing cars without the owners permission. scammers are charging drivers huge fees to get their cars back. >> they're going to come to this place, because they know there's the possibility of scamming people. >> police say there's also been an increase of looting in the area. a smart phone app called life 360, reporter claudia cowen shows us how it works. >> reporter: isolated, unable to reach family and friends. >> i tried to make a phone call, could not get a signal through. i tried to send a text, could not get a signal through. >> reporter: scott was stuck on a mississippi road with a killer twister struck down on his truck. using the life 360 application on his smart phone, he was able to check in and communicate almost immediately, with the
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touch of a button, letting his loved ones know he was okay. >> i knew where i was, and they felt much better about it when they got to check in. >> we have servers literally all over the world that can access long distance lines, that can send text messages. >> reporter: he developed the free app after hurricane katrina left thousands without a fast and effective way to confirm they were safe. in recent years, thousands of emergency apps have become available. the biggest, life 360 is used by families to track their kids, but it can also turn smart phones into utility tools. the data showed hundreds of people, even in the hardest hit areas were age to send i'm okay messages, or activate panic
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alert. >> a few activated the panic alert system because they needed help. after the floods in memphis, more than 2,000 confirmed their safety. when they're in a disaster, users say they're thankful. >> to learn more about the life 360 application, we have sent up a web link on ours at ktvu.com. researchers are predicting 16 named storms for 2011. nine of those storms are expected to turn into hurricanes, and five could be major. hurricane season officially ends in november. a woman is dead, and another is critically injured after falling out of a hotel window in atlanta. witnesses say a 30-year-old was play wrestling with her best friend when they crashed into a
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window, and fell four to five stories below. threat was an aspiring model who was celebrating her birthday. the other woman was taken to the hospital with multiple broken bones and other injuries. >> just enough to put a little pressure on the window that was behind her. and it just popped. they went out. >> atlanta police believe it was an accident, but they are still investigating. a number of other people were inside the hotel room at the time, and so far no one has been charged with any crimes. a prominent gay rights activist is in a russian jail this morning. he was arrested for holding an unauthorrized gay rights parade in moscow. 20 others were also arrested. he publicly revealed his homosexuality in 2009. challenging the military's don't ask, don't tell policy. it is called the greatest spectacle in racing. the indy 500 is set for today. the new changes to the race that some say actually may do
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more harm than good. drier, warmer weather in the forecast for your sunday afternoon. coming up in five minutes, what you can expect for your neighborhood.
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well the greatest spectacle in racing is today. you can hear it, drivers hit the track at the indianapolis motor speedway on friday, for their final practice session
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ahead of today's indy 500. it is the 100th anniversary of the race. there is a new rule that some say could increase the risk of crashes, drivers will have to line up side by side during restarts. the second 0 open in the bay area in just this year. the treasure island flee market includes new and old merchandise, as well as artists, food, and wine. >> i think it's more of a psychological connection. i think disconnected in today's society with the big box stores, people are trying to reconnect. >> it goes from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. the last weekend of each month. a memorial day weekend
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tradition continues this morning in san francisco. ♪ [ music ] the grand parade for this year's carnival. this year's theme is live your fantasy. >> it should be a beautiful day weather wise, rosemary, one last check with you. the pleasant weather returning for the area, at least for the next couple of days. we're going to be breezy especially along the coastline. winds gusting to 30 miles per hour. more sunshine, warmer for today. temperatures in the low 60s for the afternoon if you're headed out to the carnival parade. low 70s for santa rosa. 68 in mountain view. 65 expected oakland. 63 hayward. the extended forecast here, i almost hit to bring it up, but come monday afternoon, the high clouds will be back with us. by tuesday morning, we're can scattered showers, it looks
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like lasting wednesday, maybe into thursday morning. >> this is the annoying rain that comes and goes, or we get accumulation? >> cloudy skies, cooler than what we see for early june. upper 60s for the coast. >> let's hope this is it. >> then sun. last summer was so cold, i'm looking for a hot summer this year. thanks for enjoying mornings on 2 everyone. go out there and have a great weekend. ♪ [ music ] we spend a lot of time together.
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