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an 8-year-old woman who has the mental capacity of a 7-year- old. >> reporter: police are investigating the motive on a homicide. we have the latest from the police department coming up. one of the bay area's hotels getting everything ready for a visit from michelle obama. she's dah to arrive -- due to arrive today. also, a whole lot of shaking going on in california. "mornings on 2" starts now. pushup. well, good morning to you. well -- well, good morning to you. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >> by have developing news right now -- we have developing news right now. four people have been shot. one person is dead. the suspects are still on the loose. ktvu's jade hernandez has just arrived there. i know you've been talking to
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the police. what's the latest there? >> you can see crime tape is still up. just down the street is the crime scene. this is what we know right now. the san jose police respond to a call to an unknown disturbance this morning. police pulled up to the 1200 block of oxton drive and found a man shot dead. that person was inside the garage. we've also learned there were three other victims. those victims were shot at that same house. we learned they were attending some type of gathering, those four young men were attending a gathering. the suspects had already left the scene by time police arrived. minutes later, police found out those other three had walk into several other hospitals in san jose, each suffering from gunshot wounds. one of the victims is already. the other two we've learned were treated. no word on their condition.
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here's what we don't know right now -- here's what police told us this morning. they don't know motive. they don't know if this is gang- related and they don't know if all of the victims knew each other. they also know there were several suspects. right now, everything is unclear. all they know, they received that one phone call. one man did not survive the shooting. we'll have more coming up from the police department. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, jade. a special education teacher from vallejo is behind bars this morning facing felony charges. he's accused of raining a developmentally-challenged aide. kraig debro -- of raping a developmentally-challenged aide. kraig debro has more. >> reporter: this happened on
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the campus of low has ma vista -- loma vista elementary. school is out for the summer, so we don't expect to see anybody here this morning. ktvu is the only station of videotape of the suspect. 56-year-old jerry johnson was arrested at his home in elk grove around 5:30. he was then brought to vallejo. this is video of johnson being detained by -- by police. >> he didn't seem too knock -- too shocked by arrest. it's a heinous crime. >> reporter: johnson is being held on a $750,000 bond. police say johnson is not currently registered as a sex offender in this state. police say johnson teaches developmentally disabled kids between the ages of -- between
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ages of 3 and 5. the victim is 18. she also attends school at hoe ma vista. police say even though the victim is 18, her mental capacity makes it impossible for her to give consent for such an intimate act. because her mental disability she's unable to give consent even though she's 18 to have sex with an adult. >> reporter: police say johnson has worked here for two years. right now, it's not clear if the school knows about the arrest. there's no sign on the school's website 0 or the district's -- website or the district's website about the arrest. police say this happened in february. we're trying to it find out why, then, did it take so long for the allegations to be brought forward, and what, if any, physical evidence still remains. kraig debro, ktvu channel 2
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news. 7:04. an early-morning fire in san francisco leaves one person homeless right now. fire started about 1:00 at an apartment building on elm street between pierce and scott. now, when firefighters arrived, they found the fire burning in between two buildings and -- and that forced them to call in a second engine. that fire is under investigation. >> we're waiting for the arson squad to show up and rule out the areas where they can start overhauling and determine the cause. >> no one was hurt. housing is being made available for one person. somebody broke a window at the wells fargo bank on california street around 1:00 a.m. and then set newspapers on fire that were inside the bank beneath the window sill. this is the second time in two weeks that newspapers were set
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on fire in a san francisco building. in about 90 minutes, america's first lady will be in berkeley. michelle obama will attend a breakfast event at the claremont hotel organized by super-star chef, alice waters. later, she will attend a pricey lunch and then in the financial district, first lady is in -- district. the first lady is in california to help raise money for her husband's campaign. she aended -- attended a function in beverly hills last night. republicans say the first lady is spending tax payer money to pay for her fund-raising trip. and today, president obama's stop on the u.s. island territory of puerto key row -- rico. they've become a powerful
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political force. this is the first presidential official visit in 50 years. in 1950, president kennedy and his wife, jackie, made a visit to the island. sounds like more of a friendly-get -- friendly get- toth than a debate -- get- together than a debate. we'll have more coming up. 7:06. the ground was shaking. new this morning, several quakes rattled through california, including one in the south bay. it was a magnitude 3.1 quake. it struck at 4 i 51. you felt it in san jose -- 4:51. you felt it in san jose. this was centered near alum rock. several hours earlier, a 3.6 quake struck riverside county near idyllwild. and then another quake struck near eureka, right along the
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coast. no reports of injuries or damage so far. all right. it's 7:07. we want to check in with allie rasmus. >> there is an accident to tell you about on highway 4. this one is on westbound 4, just east of willow pass road. you can expect some slow going as you approach. you can see some of the right off the right-hand side of your screen there. that's traffic heading westbound and that's because of an accident we just found out about, about five -- about five hours ago. traffic looks good but it's slow as you head toward the bay bridge toll plaza. let's show you that picture, it's been barked up for the last -- barked up for the -- barked up for the last 25 minutes. here's steve. thank you, allie. we do have some clouds around, from about the point reyes lighthouse north, there's a
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northeasterly wind. for some today, it will be first 90-degree temperatures since early may. it's been a lodge time. so fog, sun, warmer for many today. tomorrow more of the same. mild to warm. although, what's kind of interesting. one of our forecast models say, no, no, we're gonna put the brakes on and start the cooling trend. everybody is headed for a cooler pattern on thursday, friday, saturday. it will be nice. but it just won't be as warm as today. not much going on as far as any systems going on. but high pressure is deflecting everything to the north. so our june pattern has kicked in here. morning fog. it may take a while. san mateo cote. near 90 for those -- san mateo
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coast. near 90 for those. there's already clearing, especially on the sonoma coast. 59 concord. fairfield. they are ready to go. get in the low 60s. it will be next hour. 58 mountain view. 58 san jose, mid-50s, san rafael, the city says 50. west-southwest at 12 at fairfield, west-northwest 3 and south-southwest napa. there's no northeasterly component there. and that's just a little guy of a breeze. this system right there will begin to move in starting tomorrow and that had allow the high to get knocked -- knocked out of here. if you are away from the coast sunny and warmer. >> fairfield, close. napa, 85. st. helena, calistoga, 95. novato, 84. richmond, 74. antioch, brentwood, oakley. danville, san ramon.
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pleasanton, livermore. oakland, 75. hayward as 77. 0 for -- 90 for gilroy. coop per tino, 84 -- cooper cooper -- cupertino. i think the cooler weather will move in through the weekend. tori and dave? >> thank you. a big change when it comes to recommendations on when you should change your car's oil. also, google makes its biggist investment yet on clean technology. why google hopes other companies will do what they do.
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good morning. still some low clouds around. patchy low clouds around the
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bay. sonoma coast is mostly fog- free. inland, no fog to deal with. not too much. sunny, warmer highs, well inland, near 90. new this morning the u.s. military has announced the death of two american soldiers conducting operations in southern iraq. no details were given and the soldiers have not been identified. the u.s. has stepped up attacks with the approach of the year and the withdrawal of the troops. eight troops in iraq have been killed this month. last night, seven republican presidential candidates faced off in new hampshire. as alison burns reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, they were all focused on one message. alison. >> reporter: it was the national debut for some of the candidates. others had been on the presidential debate stage before. they did not spend much time attacking each other but instead focused on beating president obama. >> this president has failed.
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he's failed at a time when the american people counted on him to create jobs and get the economy going. this president is a declinist. he views america as one the equals around the world. >> i want to announce tonight, president obama is a one-term president! [ cheers ] >> it was an especially big night for michelle bachman -- michele bachmann. some say she stole show. i will have more on tim pawlenty, who seems to be getting the worst reviews, in my next hour. alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alison. a group of packers -- hackers is claiming responsibility for beaching the u.s. senate website over the weekend. a heart attack room published files on line it took from the
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website. the senate head arms said there was an intrusion into the center but no sensitive information was compromised. the same group claimed attacks for others, including -- sony. army soldiers trading in the more black -- black beret for a more comfortable hat. they had been given wool berets but they say they were too hot. now the army is swapping the beret with the cap that looks like a baseball cap with camouflage on it. an online action figure company looking to make some money and the profit from the scandal surrendering anthony weiner. take a look at the new doll on sale. it comes on two -- in two
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versions this one is atomically correct for adults only. both show him wearing a become shirt and gym shirts -- and a gym -- wearing a gym share and gym shorts tweeting "wear this." yesterday, president obama said if he were congressman wean wiener he would step do you. coming up at 7:45. we'll have a live report from sacramento where we'll hear about extra incentive lawmakers have to meet that deadline. today, google will announce a $280 million solar investment project. it's creating a multi-million dollar fund for solar city of san mateo to help finance
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insulations nationwide. google says it's their largest clean tech investment so far. according to the mercury news, google cash cash google has about $30 billion in cash on the balance sheet and has already invested in clean energy. it is hoping others company -- other hopes -- other companies with extra cash will help out. jiffy lube saying how often you should change your oil. with the moderate engines now that need less maintenance, the -- ceo of jiffy lube says on average drivers with severe driving habits, you should change your oil every 500 miles. >> but some cars can go a lot longer than that. a half brother of yusuf bay
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iv is released from prison what he did to get out of prison early. it's a little slow, a little cloud -- crowded on highway 24 in la fayette as you make your way to the caldecott tunnel. no accidents here. just slow. we'll have more on traffic, weather and news coming up. p
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ed blatche a happening as we speak, this congressional hearing about a plant for a nuclear waste for a depository at a plant in yucca valley. politics say the politics are influencing the -- politicians are saying are blaming the head of the commission because they say he's been withholding information in his own attempts to kill project. this is a live hearing going on now in washington, d.c. meantime, japanese government has come up with a
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compensation plan for tens of thousands of people who have been affected by the nuclear disaster there. now, under the plan, the victims would get payments from $124 billion fund. that money would be repaid by tepco in a number of years there's word that six more plant employees have exceeded the radiation exposure limit. it is 7:22. there is now word that a half brother of convicted killer yusuf bay iv was released from jail this weekend. joshua bay spent nearly four years in custody as part of a plea bargain. he had agreed to testify against bay iv to avoid a possible life sentence. josh had been arrested for rape and torture of two women at a house in east oakland.
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let's check the commute. allie's been telling us about highway 4 and now there is a problem on peninsula. >> that's right. if you are driving northbound 80 on the peninsula, you are gonna run into this. this is an accident that's blocking the connection ramp. the chp has called out an ambulance. you can expect some slowdowns and delays in the air -- delays in the area. the metering lights were turned on about an hour ago, you can still expect a 0, 25-minute delay getting -- 20, 25-minute delay get on the bridge. there's no accidents to tell you about. it's just slow as you make your way to the caldecott tunnel. here's steve. thank you. we still have low clouds. anything inland should be done in about 45 minutes. for city -- there's some areas with sun but there's still areas out there. yesterday was much higher.
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it's down on the deck for some. but north wind looks like it's cutting off near the lighthouse. south that stares's still some fog -- south of that there's still some fog. inland areas, temperatures are -- they are heading out fast. west-northwest, sfo, a little north -- a little north puff of a breeze there. the temperatures will warm up the first time in five weeks. sacramento finally hit theirs yesterday. others will hit theirs today. 60 to hoe 90s -- to low 90s. it's been a while since we've had anything hike that on map, it looks like today is the warmest day of the week. after that we'll start a cooling -- cooling friend and -- cooling trend and will carry that into weekend. the legal debate over same-
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sex marriage now focuses on a judge's personal life. and we have developing news in the south bay. homicide detectives are at the scene of a deadly shooting.
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welcome back. 7:27. and right now as we speak, police in san jose are investigating a shooting that left one man dead, three others wounded. ktvu's jade hernandez has arrived there. she's right near the home where the shooting happened. good morning, jade. >> reporter: good morning. we can show you this morning that several squad cars and the crime scene is about a block away. you can see the command center right there with the information we've just learned, we can better describe details. san jose police are keeping us about a lock away from home where police say -- about about a block away from home where police say shots were fired. police say four young men had gathered inside of the garage. at this point, police believe several suspects walked you and opened fire right here in the 1200 block of oxton tribe. by time police arrived, they found only one body inside of the garage. the other three men made their way to two other local hospitals. police say they will survive
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their injuries. we're definitely looking into all angles or aspects if, if you will, to determine if this was gang-related or if it was just a heated dispute. we really don't know. at this point, police don't have a motive. detectives are still trying to determine if this is gang- related. but they say the four victims that they had were not -- they do not believe were suspects in this the shooting. right now, they have one young man who was shot to death. three others who were shot and they still don't have a motive in the shooting but, of course, all of this is under investigation right now. reporting live from san jose, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:29. 14 people are homeless this morning after a fire broke out in a san leandro apartment building. it start yesterday around 6:0 p.m. in a 66-unit building around haze and thornton -- hayes and
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thornton. >> we heard a loud boom! and when we heard the loud boom, we went to check on the patio. and this time, there were flames coming out of the third floor. >> you see the smoke. we came out and the next thick thing -- and next thing you know there are flames shooting out. >> the red cross is providing temporary housing. a homeless woman is in jail after confessing to starting two fires. yesterday, two fires were set here about 0 minutes apart -- about 30 minutes apart. homeowners in the area say they saw a woman on hill just before the fire start. residents say she's a regular resident of a homeless camp 0en that hill. >> the only -- camp on that
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hill. >> this is -- this is one of them. >> police say the woman walked into the police department and turned herself in. say -- they say she's not sure why -- they say they are not sure why she started the -- started the fires. controlled burns will continue in dublin. it's for vegetation management and for training near the santa rita jail. today's controlled burn will take place beginning at 8:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon. it's 7:31. former b.a.r.t. police officer is out jail and now on on unsun veer -- unsupervised parole. he was released from an -- he was released from an l.a. county jail. johannes mehserle was convict of killing oscar grant, he had not have to report to a parole
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agent because he's deemed low risk. his parole is scheduled to end in one year. he served 11 months of a two- year sentence and received early release thanks to a year of conduct credit, there was no word on where he plans to live next. meanwhile, his legal troubles are not over yet. oscar grant's family has filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the officer. and the case is being reviewed to see if it warrants federal charges. some plaintiffs claim they were arrested unlawfully and mistreated during a protest
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after the johannes mehserle release. our coverage of the b.a.r.t. shooting case continues on our channel 2 website, you can find more information about johannes mehserle's release and what is next for him. 7:32. a man has been arrested in connection with a woman's body found in a garbage bag in sunnyvale. police say 47-year-old feliciano santiago was arrested friday night and is being held in the jail. police believe he killed marie orosco and dumped her body. her bodty was found in a large plastic bag in front of her home. police say the suspect and victim knew each other but they are still trying to figure out motive. residents in -- residents in stockton calling for an end to the violence after five murders there in one week. the most recent one happened
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yard. police say four other people have been killed in this crime wave. residents say they are worried this will only get worse. >> it's crazy. it's getting real bad. everybody needs to wake up and start praying. >> the mayor of stockton is wasn'ting -- is painting a different picture. she says the overall homicide rate is down. still, the police believe violence may get worse with more layoffs in the area expected soon. pg&e says it is seeing more copper wire thefts in the antioch area. most recent one happen on auto center drive last monday. pg&e tells the contra costa timeses its employees found a hack saw next to a wooden -- wooden poll that chiefs chopped -- that thieves chopped down before stealing the wiring. pg&e says it's using wiring with thicker molding to try to
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prevent more thefts. 7:34. a major ruling in california's battle over same-sex marriage could come within the next several hours. a federal judge's decision is expected sometime before noon. the battle focuses on now retired judge von walker. he's the judge who presided over the proposition 8 case. last summer he ruled california's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. walker may benefit from the decision, some say, if he chooses to marry his partner. adoptions are up, statistics show 19% of couple ofs report having a -- couple ofs report having a child. state lawmakers have until midnight tomorrow to pass a
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state budget. coming up at 7:45, the personal financial incentive lawmakers have this year to get a budget passed on time. well, a man in novato is facing several charges. he's accused of threatening to arrest a woman and trying to return her off the road. now, on saturday, the woman told police the suspect identified as martin clam cut her off twice and approached her car saying he was going to arrest her. then she says he drove towards her head-on switching at the last minute to avoid a -- swerving at the last minute to avoid a collision. in thorning the -- this morning, the investigation continues into the frightening evacuation that forced -- that was forced on mendocino beach. it may have been an up expected
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death charge. those were used during world war ii to blow up submarines. the beach is expected to reopen this morning. all right. it's 7:6. we want 0 check in with allie who says things are getting busier around the roads. >> that's right. we're in the thick of the morning commute. you can definitecy see it -- you can definitely see it. this is highway 4 in the pittsburg area. highway 4 near bay point. there was an accident that happened about a half-hour ago west past willow pass road. which. this is in the westbound -- this is in the westbound direction. 80/880 in san jose,. -- 80/808? san jose. there's been delays at the the toll plaza. you can expect it had take you 5 to -- 20 that -- 20 to 25
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minutes. here's steve. still some fog out there. the easterly breeze starts about the point reyes lighthouse and south of that there is a little southerly breeze. i think parts of the coast get the sun but other marts will have to wait for a while. there are plenty of breaks. cool to mild, northbound -- north bay, east bay clear. fog or sun, cool to mild. nothing near coast, sunny warmer, 55 to 75 by noon. we'll go 62 to 90. if you are anywhere near the coast, upper 80s to near 90. this probably looks to be the warmest day of the week. >> -- of the week. the system moving in from the north he won't -- won't impact us until tomorrow. morning, fog, clearing. maybe warm, maybe warm, inland, no doubt, 80s and 90s. but some of that fog is rather
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thick. some local drizzle along the beaches, highway 1. 50s, probably a couple of low 60s already. fairfield in there and concord. 52 in san francisco to 5 concord. a west -- west-southwest there is a sea breeze there. north of that there is an offshore wind. it's there. that system is dipping in right -- heading toward the pacific northwest. that had start a cool dune but today, sunshine and warmer weather at least away from the coast. the not guiltierly breeze means 60s for some 7 -- but 70s, 80s, 90s. clearlake. 90. antioch brentwood. 78 castro valley. 85 los gatos. still getting a little bit of a northwest breeze. 80 menlo park. daily -- daly city going 65 in
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the city. it looks like a little bit cooler wednesday. inland areas will cool down thursday and friday. >> thank you, steve. 7:39. happening right now, senators john mc cain and this man from michigan carl levin are beginning a press conference on an investigation into counterfeit parts hitting the. denver of defense's supply chain. there are reports that this announcement concerns a lot of -- a lack of cooperation in china. levinson says the counterfeit parts could jeopardize the reliability of her weapons system and pose a risk to our national security undate also damage our economy and american jobs. a new survey discloses whether new employees are planning on hiring.
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triple-digit gain for the dow. good news coming out of china. the dow is currently up 136, back above 12,,000. nasdaq is up 39. s&p is up 16. oil is close to $98 a barrel. don't expect the workforce to expand very much in the coming months. a new survey shows 70% of employers don't plan to add or cut jobs during the third
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quarter. this morning the commerce department announced retail sales dropped 2/10ths of a percent in may. car sales dropped nearly 3% in part of us -- because of a shortage of japanese cars after march earthquake an tsunami. clock is clicking toward the budget deadline for california. pam news is live in the newsroom to tell us about the 112th-hour negotiations going on. government recall. >> good morning. -- going on. >> good morning. proposition 25 became law in november. it states lawmakers won't get paid starting thursday if
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there's no new budget. both a their salary and per diem expenses will be held up until a budget is pass. >> only people against this are relatively a small number of influential republican activists who don't like this. it's part of their thing. without that no -- without the no tax, they can't go anywhere. >> what they really want to do is raise taxes and keep on doing business as usual. >> it's really all about taxes. governor brown wants to extend some temporary tax hikes that are set to expire and they include taxes on income, sales tax and vehicle licensing fees. republicans who are holding out think the voters should be the ones to decide on any tax increases. how far, even if both sides agree on the need for a special election, that can't happen until november. so many people worry about how
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the state will pay for things like education and public safety in the meantime. now, in just a few hours here in the bay area, community activists will stage a rally. they will demand a bug be passed in order to -- a budget be passed in order to pay for health and human services. that rally starts at 11:00 at the state building on clay street. reporting live from newsroom i'm pam cook. firefighters battling that huge arizona wildfire are shifting their focus now to new mex doe. hundreds of -- mexico. hundreds of firefighters are butching fuel in the path of the wallow fire. residents in luna, they are being told be ready in case they have to evacuate. >> this fire has been burning for two weeks. this could become largest fire in the history of arizona. the wall low fire is only 18%
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-- wallow fire is only 18% contained. in christchurch, new zealand, a pair of strong aftershocks caused the death of a nursing agent who fell and hit his head. it happened yesterday, and this area is still recovering from the big earthquake in february. that's when 181 people were killed. thousands have no power overnight and temperatures during the night approached freezing. it is 7:47, pesticides in produce may be more common than you think. the environment group group -- the villal watch group listed the 12 -- environment watch group listed the top 12 fruits. the produce was tested after being washed and peeled. the group says one on thetion
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is to buy or -- option is to buy organic or choose items from the clean 15 such as corn, tomatoes. on our website you can find a complete list of the vegetables hand how they ranked. just looked for the "right now" section. >> do you all of that stuff now. >> i try to wash all of that stuff, yes. the casey anthony trial resumes in florida. why jurors had a short day yesterday and what may happen today.
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take a step forward and chase what matters. . a registered sex offender in texas died while raping a 77- year-old woman. police say on june 0th. isabel gutierrez rode his bike to the woman's home.
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he snuck into the house and started raping woman at knife point. but during the attack, he said he didn't feel well, rolled over and died. now his body is undergoing an automobile -- autopsy. the man was on parole after serving his sentence for sexually assaulting a child. in florida, state prosecutors are close to wrapping up their murder case against alleged child killer, casey anthony. the proceedings ended early because one of the state's witnesses was unavailable until this afternoon. that's when today's session will start. it's not clear exactly who the state intends to call. prosecutors may wrap up tomorrow which means the defense could begin on thursday. casey anthony is accused of suffocating her 2-year-old daughter caylee and faces the death penalty if convicted. we will bring you a live report from the courthouse in in orlando on what to expect in
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today's proceedings. nine minutes before 8:00. five boys from a san mateo middle school are now facing felony charges. investigators say they tried to rape two gills during a field trip. the boys are all 7th graders at kennedy middle school. investigators say the attack took place last march while 0 students were visiting a park in nearby redwood city. two chaperons, a teacher and the teacher's assistant were all there to suppervice.
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last attacked, 8th graders were making a movie about gang violence at union park. district officials told the students to bring fake guns as props. then they discovered one of the students that brought the real gun was taken to juvenile hall. two staff medicals have been played on leave. the mount diablo school board is expected to vote tonight on budget cuts. the school board says they will be forced to make even depper -- deeper cuts without the tax extension. special ed assistants could see their hours reduced and adult education could lose $300,000. tonight's meeting begins at 7:30 at the school district's concord office. witness tampering allegations are being leveled against cycling champ lance armstrong. tyler hamilton, armstrong's
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former teammate, says he confronted armstrong in a restaurant. he -- he couldn'ted from -- he confronted him in a restaurant in colorado, by asking how much were you paid? ham i ton claims he watched armstrong use drugs. so far no criminal charges have been timed against lance armstrong. the first public practice for oracle's new contender in the america's cup place had a bit of a watery end. >> you can kind of see it at the bottom of the describe. the boat was blown over on san francisco bay. one sailor is being treated for a rib injuries. there you see it tipping over. the rest of the crew resumed practice for 2013 america's cut yacht races which are being hosted by san francisco and
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commercial airliners will look very different 40 years from now, according to one jetmaker. airbus unveiled what its designers think the future of aviation will look like in the year 2050. that includes trading the small current windows in the aircraft from every seat and inflight entertainment systems powered by the heat from passengers' bodies. kind of interesting. i like kind of the big moon roof there if you will. >> it's fascinating but as you said, you have those people who don't want to -- >> exactly. >> yes. let's see what we see in the east bay. how are we looking? >> well, we don't have a picture of it to show you right now. but 24 at la fayette. as you make your way to the cowelldy cut tunnel, it's slow. there are no delays systemwide on b.a.r.t. let's show you some the other
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cameras. northbound traffic on 280 is crawling in the northbound direction. we're not exactly sure why there was a report of a disabled vehicle further north than what you are look at here. not sure if that's what's causing the backup there. but check out highway 4 at bay point. they had problems there. but now everything is all cleared up. should have no problems driving through there. here's steve. well, we still have a lot of sunshine but still some fog kind of holding on. i heard from brian. he said it's sunny in burlingame burlingame. there's still a south breeze but north -- there's a north wind. it won't matter inland. it's gonna be sunny, warm to hot. concord already 64. 5, though, in the cities -- 52, though in the city.
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there's the fog. stinson beach, fog. at the ocean beach, outer richmond down to san francisco zoo, san francisco state, a little south wind along great highway. so there's still a component that fog and it stretches over the bay as well. some morning fog, the warmest temperatures since early may. sacramento finally hit 90. today we'll go antioch there. probably ukiah and clearlake and -- upper os closer as you head inland -- 80s as you head inland. i think much cooler thursday and friday. tori and dave? >> reporter: in vallejo, a teacher arcticked of raping a student is in jail. we just spoke with the administrators. we will tell you what the accused said to them in jail. homicide investigators are
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good morning. i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. it's tuesday, june 14th. well, a special ed teacher from vallejo is facing felony charges right now. he's accused of raping a developmentally challenged aide. kraig debro has more. >> reporter: the district superintendent stopped by and the administrator stopped by. you will hear from that administrator in a moment. this woman is 1878 but she's got a mind of a 7-year-old -- is 18. but she's got a mind of a 7- year-old. that's why this man is being charged with rape rape. he police say he was arrested at his home without incident. from there, he was transferred to vallejo where he now sits in the county jail. his name is jerry johnson. 57-year-old jerry johnson.
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he teaches at loma linda elementary school. it's one count of april and specifically charge says it's rain a rape -- it's rape with a person who is not deciding consensual acts. that's basically what he's charged with. he's worked at the school for two years. we just spoke with one the superintendents here, mel jordan. he said he actually spoke with johnson while he was in jail yesterday. you talked to mr. johnson, then? >> no. the only time i talked to him was yesterday when we -- when we informed him he was being put on paid leave. >> did he say anything to you about the allegations? >> no. >> didn't deny it? >> all -- all i said weary putting you on paid leave -- all i said we're pitting you on -- putting you on paid leave and he wanted to know more about it and i told it -- and i told him it had to do with
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misconduct. >> reporter: now, the school will be conducting their own investigation and will be putting out a later to parents about what happened. this happened in february. the girl didn't report it to her parents until early in the month. the school district was just notified a week or so ago that this was actually happening. right now jen -- jerry johnson was held in lieu of $750,000 bond. we don't have a precise day of his arraignment. the rule is 48 hours. it could be tomorrow he's arraigned or tomorrow. we'll look into that. kraig debro, ktvu channel 2 news. right now, we is a crew on the scene developing news in san jose. around 3:00 this morning, police responded to a disturbance on oxton drive. when they arrived, they found one man dead from gunshot wounds. shortly after that, three more people arrived at local hospitals also suffering from gunshot wounds. one is in critical condition. police believe all four were
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shot while they were sitting in a garage at the home right now the suspects remain at large. coming up 234 about 30 minutes we'll have another live report from the scene. tonight, san francisco's police chief will talk about the deadly police shooting of a suspected southern california bank robber. officers say they were forced to shoot and kill 25-year-old joshua smith after he tried to run them over with a stole be car. it happened last tuesday near buena vista park. investigators believe smith was the so called jenex bandit e was called that due to his knit cap and plaid planle shirt which -- plaid fanle -- flannel shirt. 8:03. in about 30 minutes from now, first lady, michelle obama will be in berkeley. she will attend a breakfast event at the claremont hotel organized by super-star he chef, alice waters.
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and then she will attend an expensive lunchen later on. the first lady is here to raise money for the president's reelection campaign. now, all of these appearances will raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. but this particular trip is also creating some controversy. republican critics say the first lady is paying -- is spending tax payer money to pay for her fund-raising trip. today the first lady's husband will make a rare trip to puerto rico. mr. obama are stop -- will stop on the u.s. island terror to right. it's designed to boost his popularity. they've become a very powerful political force. this is the first official presidential visit to puerto rico in 50 years. it was in 1961 that the -- it was in 1916 that the president
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j.f.k. and jackie made a visit to puerto rico. last night it sounded more like a friendly get-together than a debate pong the -- mock presidential candidates. coming up -- among presidential candidates. an early-morning fire in san francisco has left one person homeless. it started around 1:00 at an apartment building on elm street between pierce and when the firefighters arrived they found the fire burning. they did call in another engy gin -- engine. we're waiting for arson to come in and determine the cause. >> no one was injured in the fire. the red cross is offering temporary housing for the
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person left displaced by the fire. san francisco muni operators have a new contract but they don't like it. an arbitrator ruled that the contract they overwhelmingly rejected last week will take effect just 1st. now, this new contract includes a pay freeze. it also allows muni to use part- time workers. muni management says that will help reduce their overtime cost. and muni says the new contract will save muni $38 million over the next three years. :06. we want to check in with allie rasmus nilling -- filling had for sal. and letting us know where hot spots are. we just found out about a few them a few minutes ago. this is in freemont. this is on 880, no, near stevenson boulevard. the chp has call an ambulance out to the scene. it appears everything has been moved over to the right
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shoulder. this is highway 4, westbound as you approach 80. an ambulance is also responding to that a-- to that. 8 0 going through -- 880 going through oakland, there's no problems there. temperatures inland are heading up. along the coast, especially parts of the marin coast and then san mateo, santa cruz, the fog -- i'm not going anywhere, is what it's saying. on the sonoma coast it's mostly cloudy. temperatures anywhere -- anywhere near the 60s. and it feels like summer. especially if you are sufficienting from the aimlergies. the trees are itching to get ready to go. but they are still in the low
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category. there's still a southerly wind on coast for some. you can't recall watch with that happening. it's a june pattern. morning fog, clearing. sunny, mild for the bay and then warm to hot inland. some thick coastal fog clearing -- fog clearing. some local drizzle. that should lift. 60 in livermore, san jose, mountain view in the low 60s. fairfield, 64. hayward's close. santa rosa/napa heading up there as well. but 54 san francisco. 56 in oakland. most of the wind is calm. if you get a calm wind at sfo, that does it. high pressure will give rather warm temperatures across -- away from the coast.
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a series of systems will move into the pacific northwest and that will erode the high and kick it out. but today, sunny, warm, hot. hot, hot. not like fresno hot or anything. but it will be around the upper os to near 90. 86 santa rosa, 72 berkeley. 65 in the city. 87 livermore, 88 morgan hill. we'll go 90 in gilroy. 70s and 80s to mid-80s. peninsula toward the santa clara valley. about the same on wednesday. but i think there will be more fog. dave and tori. 8:0. a long island -- 8:09. a long island street sweeper is recovering from serious injuries and a night at the bottom of the manhole. emergency workers helped free the man this morning. he was at the bottom of a 35- foot well in the parking lot of a strip mall. he fell in after he pick up a piece of plywood in the parking lot. he apparently didn't realize the wood was covering the hole.
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he was lifted -- he was lifted out about three hours ago and taken to a hospital. there are no details yet on exact extent of his injuries. >> scary. >> yeah. >> 8:0. well, last night seven republicannal presidential candidates went after president obama instead of each other. >> i want to announce tonight, president obama is a one-term president. >> coming up, we'll bring you a live report from washington about which of the candidates for some was the big winner. it's the political scandal that everyone is talking about. even president obama is weighing it in -- weighing in. have you ever heard about hail as big as golf balls?
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there's some very low fog. inland temperatures will be 80s -- 80s to near 90. along the coast in the city, still too much fog. 60s for many and 70s around the bay. 8:1. new this morning, nine people dead this morning after an attack on an iraqi government compop. officials say the attacker -- attacker set off a car bomb outside and then they broke through building security. there was a shootout bean the -- between the forces. at least three of the attackers
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are among the dead. eight u.s. troops have been killed in iraq, just this month. 8:13. republican presidential candidates used their debate last night to take aim at the incumbent. and as alison burns reports for the most part, they avoided attacking each other. alison? >> reporter: that's right. we were expecting some fireworks between two of the big of-named candidates -- bigger-named candidates, mitt romney and tim pawlenty. but when the seven candidates took the stage, they really did not lay a hand on each other. pawlenty ridiculeed president
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obama's obomney care plan -- >> michelle bachman made news just -- michele bachman she declared president obama a one- term president. this morning a lot of analysts are saying she stole the show. back to you. >> thank you. 8:15. well, president obama is now talking publicly about the sex scandal that is still swirling around new york congressman anthony weiner -- weiner. these pictures show him working out in the government's gym face up. president obama addressed the issue, the pictures and the scandal. he says if a politician gets to the point where any can't focus on their job, maybe they should
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step back. >> ultimately there is gonna be a decision for him and his constituents. i can tell you if it was me, it -- if it was me, i would resume -- i would resign. >> sources say the congressman is waiting to talk to his wife in person before he makes the decision to resign. security council has not been able to agree on sanctions for syria to push to an end for the government crackdown there. humane rights groups say more than 1400 syrians have died and 10,000 have been detained since the popular uprising began in march. four european countries on the u.n. security counsel are pushing for sanctions but china and russia are against it.
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>> in last week, more than 5,000 syrians have fled over the -- over border to turkey. a strings of tent -- string of tent cities have been placed. severe storms hit the eastern part of colorado yesterday. but a rain bow appeared in the middle of the storm forecasters expect temperatures to get in the 80s. it's a race against time as crews rush too build a protective wall to keep water from the missouri britisher -- river. a lev ehas failed -- from the missouri river. a levee has failed. the army corps engineers says worst-case scenario, floodwaters could dump up to ten feet of water in hamburg.
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people there have been told to head to higher ground. the fda is requiring the makes of -- the makers of sunscreen to protect you more. under the new rule, sunscreens will have to tell how well their products block against the right know most sunscreen testing is for the ultraviolet -- ultraviolet-b raise. despite a wet winter around the bay area, waters are about to go up in you live in palo alto. the san francisco public utilities commission is reportedly charging more as it upgrades and repairs the hetch hetchy water system. last night the council talked about the rate increase. new rate is expected to be approved next week and will probably take effect in july.
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>> it is 8:18. hackers hit capitol hill, security breach involving the u.s. senate. s some very surprising medical research. how your family pet can help a new-born baby. >> you can see traffic is moving slowly on 237 in mill milpitas. we'll have another look -- in milpitas. we'll have another look at weather and traffic after break.
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welcome back. we're getting word that "the associated press" that former utah governor john huntsman will announce he's running for president and an official announcement is expected next week. he's a former governor businessman, a former u.s. ambassador. but we're getting word according to "the associated press" we'll make an announcement next week that he will be running for president. more details on that later. 8:22. a group of hackers that carried out a recent string of hacker attacks hacked into the site. the senate sergeant of arms confirmed somebody got into their server but no sensitive information was compromised or stole. the same group ka claimed credit for -- group claimed
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credit for breaking into sony's information. family pets could help provide a health boost to your new-born baby. officials say infants who grow up with pets are less likely to grow up to allergies to these animals. researchers say early exposure to pet bacteria and allergens could enhance the child's immune system. it's all about timing. the study shows waiting to buy a pet first year after a child's life will not prevent allergies. the city council voted in april to disband the police force and contract with the sheriff for police services. today, 14 former half moon bay police officers will be sworn in as sheriff's deputies. the swearing in ceremony at 11:00 a.m. will complete merging of the police department into the
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sheriff's office. time now is 8:23. let's check in with ail harass rasmus and see what's a -- with allie rasmus an see what's a ong the roads. >> let's show you what it looks like on -- what it looks like on the bay area bridges. you can see there's a little bit of a wait but it doesn't go all the way back to the macarthur maze. san mateo bridge has been nice all morning long. no problems there. same with the golden gate bridge. traffic moving slowly and the richmond san rafael bridge no problems there. let's go to steve. some fog, mainly toward marin headlands. fog is clearing off the bay. temperatures will be warming you. it's still a tough progress with all of the nothing out there. inland temperatures will be in the 80s to near 90. you can see why. already 64 in concord.
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fair field, 64. mountain view, san jose, livermore, low 60s and i'm sure other locations. these are about 25 minutes oldle that's the fog bank. even though it's shallow, it doesn't want to get -- it should start to evaluate here pretty fast. at least around the bay. one system will move in. this one is more of a typical summertime pattern. fog, sun, warm again on wednesday. it looks like cool he weather is on way and we'll just slide that all way into saturday/sunday. >> we can do that, steve. a frightening discovery on a bay area beach. how is it connected to world war ii? and. >> reporter: and san jose police are investigating a
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homicide. we spoke to them. hear what they had to say -- coming up. and we'll go to the casey anthony trial in florida.
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:48. right now we have developing news -- 8:48. right know we have developing news. a shooting left one person dead and injured three others. jade hernandez is there at the scene and just spoke with some of the neighbors. >> reporter: a neighbor we spoke to said he's very concerned to find san jose police in his neighborhood. a shooting down the street left a young man dead and three
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others with injuries. >> i took my granddaughter with me to work. i had to take her to work and i seen all of the cars and i was going to ask the police officers what's happening. i figured something was wrong because they don't come through here. >> reporter: san jose police arrived in the 1200 block of oxton drive, only to find a young man in his late teens early 20s shot to death. within the past few hours, we learned that now young men gathered inside the garage. they opened fire. whether or not they walked up to the garage or were already there, they are not sure. police say the three other men inside of the garage were shot and rushed themselves to two separate hospitals, leaving behind the young man who had been shot to death. police have not made any arrests this morning. >> we're definitely looking into all ainge the or aspect -- or aspects, if you will, to determine if this was gang- related or a heated dispute
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between individuals. we don't really know. >> san jose detectives don't have a motive at this point. they say none of victims appear to be suspects. they are still looking for witnesses and police do not have a strings of the suspects this morning. but of course, all of this is still under investigation. squad cars, ticket police detectives -- squad cars, police detectives, they are all out here this morning. we'll continue to follow this story. back to you. thank you, jade. >> 14 people including four children need a place to live this morning after a fire at a san leandro apartment building. this fire started at a 66-unit building at hayes and thornton street. firefighters went door to door telling people they needed to get out of the building. >> it looked like roof was on fire. as soon as we came out, this area was basically a cloud of
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black smoke. firefighters say five of the apartments inside are not fit to live in. the red cross is setting up temporary housing. everyone else was ahowed to go back into the building around midnight. the cause of the fire still under investigation. 8:30. a homeless woman is in jail this morning after she confessed to arson. this is san ralph nell hill located right next to the downtown area. yesterday, two different fires were set here about 30 minutes apart. homeowners in area say they saw a woman on hill just before the fires. she turned out to be 38-year- old hope windom. a regular resident of a nearby homeless camp. she was seen running down the hill and lo and behold she showed up to the police department a little while later and admitted doing the arson. police are not sure why she turn herself in or why she set fires. they say she might have mental issues because witnesses reported her shouting to
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herself before the fires started. into homes were damaged and nobody was injured. controlled burns will continue near the santa rita jail. today's burn will take place from 8:00 to 3:00. 8:0. in the next couple of hours latest ruling in the same marriage in california. the judge decision -- you the judge's decision is expected to come down. a novato man faces several charges after threatening a woman with arrest and trying to run her off the road. 0 on sauer, woman -- on saturday, police say the woman reported this and he drove into her head-on swerving at the last minute to avoid hitting
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her. this morning the investigation continues into a flighten discovery that forced the evacuation of mendocino beach. yesterday, bomb squad was called in to keep fuse a device. it may have been an unexploded depth charge. those were commonly used used during world war ii to attack submarines. the beach is expected to reopen this morning. well, the first phase of a major improvement project in yosemite's lake starts this summer. a new ecologically friendly trail had been built. reportedly it will minimize damage. the conservancy is providing $850,000 for the initial
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improves -- improvements. in the future, enhancements will include better parking and new picnic areas. swimmers in dublin are joining swimmers from all over the world trying to break a record for the world's largest swimming less oop. now, this is video from last year when the record was set at almost 4,000 swimmers. this morning's joint lesson started at 8:00, pacific time, the organizers say they hope this event encourages more parents to keach their kids how to swim -- to teach their kids how to swim. >> very, very important schoolle. we want to check in with allie rasmus who says there's a still a few accidents out there. >> that's right, tori. this is on 280 northbound, just south of northbound 101. this accident, chp is on the scene but apparently the wreckage is partially blocking the slow lane and shoulder there. be aware of that if you are traveling on the -- in the area. 280 in south bay, it's getting
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a little better. 280 heading north. we saw it was pretty backed up about an hour ago. the 880 going south to northbound towards san jose airport, you can see that seems to be a hot slower. 880 in oakland meanwhile, more cars on the road. it's a little more crowded but traffic is moving at the speed limit. 8:34. here's steve. >> thank you. we still have some fog around. if you don't like the heat and you are inland, go west. if you are stuck in the fog and you are cold, go east or north. temperatures there will be in the 80s to 90s. it's already in the mid-60s for some. high pressure looks like the strongest one we've had. it's really not that strong since early may. hast night -- last time we had morning fog. clearing, sunny, near 90 inland. thick a.m.
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fog, though, for some. local drizzle but some of that thick fog clearing to the north. os for many already. you know -- 60s for many all right. fairfield is in there. concord is in there. livermore, san jose, mountain view, i'm sure there are others but it's close. from around drake's bay, the reason being there's an ocean wind. along the drake highway there is a south bay. san francisco state, san francisco zoo, that will bring up fog from there. it's shallow but it can hang er- - but it can hang there for a while. morning -- morning clouds, boast and bay. sunny and warmer weather. that will take us into at -- at least today and then tomorrow we start to get a westerly breeze. some morning fog, south of san
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francisco mostly. highs 60s 0l, 70s, 80s -- 70s, 70s, 80s. 84 petaluma. richmond, 74. vallejo benicia, 79. 70 in alameda. upper 80s to near 90. morgan hill gilroy. low 80s milpitas. sunnyvale 80. san bruno's 68. a lot of fog there. peninsula forecast. that fog can hang there a littleby longer. cooler weather is on the way especially by thursday and that carries us into weekend. well, defense lawyers will start telling their side of the story in the casey anthony murder trial in florida. our reporter phil keating joins us live he's outside of the orlando courthouse with what's left or prosecutors now. >> reporter: hi, good morning. all indications yesterday were
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that the prosecution has just one final witness to take the stand. and that will happen here in about an hour in downtown hold, upstairs behind me at the courthouse. the case for the prosecution moving more fast than they anticipated. and that's why we had an -- we ended early yesterday because today's final witness was not expected to be here until taos. so tomorrow after the prosecution wraps its case. defense is expected to spend about a week trying to remind this jury that all testimony so far shows that the relationship between caylee and her brother casey was nothing but a loving we lationship despite what prosecutors say -- relationship despite what the prosecutors say. the key will be the state.
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if she's found guilty, the ther would spend another week or so doing a miniature trial specifically about aggravating and mitigating factors as to why the state feels casey anthony deserves to be sent to florida's death row. the jury saw a lot these photographs of casey anthony partying it up back in '08, when caylee was missing but the froms contend she was -- prosecutors contend she was dead. prosecutors say the day caylee died, that day casey anthony used cloe raw to -- to -- chloroform to force caylee into unconsciousness and used duct tape on her mouth. put her body in a bag, drone around with it for a few days -- drone around with it for a
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few days. the defense says little caylee accidentally drowned in the back yard of her grandparents' swimming pool. it's also alleged that george anthony sexually abused casey when she was little. the defense is gonna have to back those statements up about that. and then it will be determine if casey anthony will take the stand. >> thank you, phil, for that update. joe ran van der sloot is scheduled to be in a -- joe ran van der sloot is scheduled to be in a courtroom. he's accused of killing stephany perez. this is the not first time he
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has been in trouble. he was arrested for the disappearance of natalee holloway. she disappeared during a school trip to aruba in 2005. happening right now, president obama is in san juan puerto rico. there is a live picture of the president and a few other dignitaries. this is the first visit to puerto rico in 50 years. the last one was 196 1 when president kennedy and his wife made a trip to the island. this visit is desined to boost his popularity. puerto ricans living 0 the island cannot vote in the presidential elections but nearly 5 million who live on mainland u.s. have full voting rights. president will be in puerto rico for about five hours today. a legal battle over same-
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sex marriage getting -- gets personal. the big decision expected sometime this morning. also an eye had opening study on sleep and how it affects married people. also, new money problems for the dodgers. we'll bring you a live report on that from los angeles.
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>> let's bring you up to date on some of the top stories we are following for you. well, first lady michelle obama will arrive any moment now. this is the claremont hotel. mrs. obama will attend a political fund-raiser organized by prominent chef, alice waters. we just shot this video a couple of minutes ago. late, the first lady will attend a luncheon in san francisco's financial district. a special education teacher in vallejo -- from vallejo in jail accused of raping an aide. jerry john sos son was -- jerry johnson was arrested last night. right now, police va investigating a shooting that killed one man and injured
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three others. this was on oxton drive. if you have any information contact san jose police. within the next few hours, we expect to hear a major ruling in the battle over same- sex marriage. this has been a contentious fight. not just over the rights of same-sex comes but over how case itself has been handled. before noon today, the next chapter in the prop 8 debate will be read. a federal judge is set to announce whether von walker's ruling regarding prop 8 will stand. last year the judge ruled the ban was constitutional. however, his ruling is being challenged in court after he retired and it became known he's in a long-term same-sex relationship. a conservative christen group argues he could personally benefit from the -- christian group argues that he could personally benefit from the
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argument. >> this ploy has been used throughout history in civil rights cases, when litigants try to disqualify black judges from sitting on cases e-- involving equal protection and desegregation. now, federal judge deciding this case has heard several hours of league heated arguments. now, again, the judge's decision on the prop 8 case and the ruling is expected sometime this morning. we're watching that for you and we'll bring it to you as soon as it becomes available. we'll have more on the ktvu channel 2 news at noon and throughout the day. you can check our website reporting live in the newsroom, i'm pam cook. >> thank you, pam. of course you can watch all of our shows on our website, we stream them -- we stream them live every day. adoptions among gay couple
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ofs -- couples are up. in 2009, 19% of same-sex couples reported having an adopted child. that's up from 8% in 2000. supporters gay families say acceptance for gays and lesbians is growing around america. more payroll problems with the los angeles dodgers. the report this morning says the team owner has no chance making the june 30th payroll. bob decastro is live in los angeles to explain what this means for the team. >> reporter: good morning. it looks like frank mccourt, owner of the dodgers, has a cash flow problem. he has $10 million to make on thursday. it looks like he will make that, at least sources close to him saying he will be able to make that. but as you said june 30thing is the next date -- poth is the next -- is the next date in
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which he has to make a $8.3 million payment to former player manny ramirez. what's holding this is up -- this up is his divorce mess. fox who is scheduled to make a deal with frank mccourt. if they can't get a clean deal, we understand that frank won't have the money -- have the money. they were in court yesterday and left court at 10:00 last night trying to come to some sort of a -- some sort of an agreement. if frank mccourt is not able to make the payroll, collisioner could actually step in. he could seize control of the dodgers and put the dodgers up for sale and make the payroll on behalf of the dodgers. we'll see -- we'll see what happens today. again, a marathon session here in court and it looks like they had be back in court sometime
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today. back to you guys. a lock of sleep could hurt a happy marriage. particularly, hurt the wife. there is a -- there there is a new study out that says when women take a long time to go to sleep, the relationship with their spouses suffers. when women can get a good -- can't get a good night's sleep, they express more frustration and negative feelings. facebook may be reaching the saturation point in some parts of the world. at the -- at the start of this month, facebook had 6 7 million users globally. it gained nearly 12 million subscribers during may. but the growth slow. facebook had been averaging 20 million new users a hospital and that the website lost 6 million us seussers -- users
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last month. facebook could be -- facebook could be worth $100 billion when the company goes pub hick. the financial channel says facebook could file for an ip this fall. took had an estimate value of $50. >> that's a big deal. >> yeah. 8:50. well you know him, you know his face. he's a big name in the tv talk show world. now he's about to become the new face of medical marijuana at northern california. plus -- plus -- some thought it would never happen but spiderman musical re-- musical reach as big milestone today.
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taking a look at the numbers on wall street, the dow currently up, 119, back above 12,000. nasdaq is up 37. s&p is up 15. a new government report shows baggage -- baggage fees are keeping airlines afloat finance him the biggest airlines collected $3.4 billion. delta airlines collected the most in baggage fees. we're now hearing that ron
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johnson is now the ceo for j.c. penny. he will take over after the announcement. yourself. it will cost more to go to disneyland. tick inter-- ticket prices just went up. one-day pass for disneyland or california adventure is $80 for adults. that's up $4. and a ticket that will let you go between those two theme parks is $105 for one day. in new york on broadway, spiderman turn off the dark officially opens tonight at the foxwoods -- fox woods theater. it features song written by bono and the edge. you may remember all of the early previews. they were plagued by injuries including a near fatal fall by krupp of the -- by one of the stuntman -- by one of the stuntman. the production costs had
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reportedly eached $80 million make -- reached $80 million, making it the most expensive musical earlier. montel williams is throwing his support behind me marijuana. he was just named the spokesman for the clinic in san francisco. more than a decade ago, williams was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. part of his treatment included medical marijuana. but he was -- but he said he was not told the right dosage. >> no direction, try it. >> now williams will counsel patients on how to use medical marijuana based on his ills in. he says he wants the san francisco clinic to be the standard. the clinic officially opens this week. it is ticket 2s-day and the winner will get nascar tickets to the infineon raceway. one winner will take home two passes for race on june 4th,
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true the 26th. the winner will -- through the 26th. the winner will get two pit and track passes. to enter go to before midnight. put in the secret password "speed." it's see if people are speeding along the roads now. >> this is the san mateo bridge. our camera is poxed from the peninsula side you can see this vaunted hadn't money -- vantage point -- you can see this vantage point, starting with 880 north, just as you get off the bridge, there is is a traffic collision there. a little farther north at west winton avenue. there is also an accident in that location as well as an -- as well as another ambulance. this is 101 in san francisco. you can see traffic moving fine as you approach the 80 split. here's steve. for many today, sunny,
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warm, to hot our first 90s will show up. too much on the way of fog on the coast. a cooling trend starts thursday. maybe tomorrow but definitely thursday. >> finally -- a tate of heat -- a taste of heat for us. >> yeah, sometimes have to do that. >> yeah. >> all right, everybody. thank you for joining us. >> bye now.
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