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who voted, with one abstention, jed york, the 49ers owner. york didn't vote due to a lack of player involvement in the decision, he said. and he added the team plans to stop selling concessions during the national anthem, as well. joining us now is joe fonzi. this is afternoon a year of emotional debate. >> it's hard to imagine anything more divisive. it's still the most watched sport across the country. and the protest last season, opinions on how appropriate the protests were ran the gamut. the league tried to come up with a solution that would apiece both sides. it started as a relatively unnoticed one-man protest two seasons ago. colin kaepernick's decision to "take a knee" during the national anthem sparked emotion on both sides of the flag versus patriotism issue. the movement grew. the weekend after the president made comments in alabama referring to nfl players as sobs. >> he's fired. >> reporter: --owners and players alike thought they had
to express different forms of team unity during the anthem. today, commissioner roger goodell announced the decision by the owners designed to apiece both sides. -- designed to appease both sides. >> we want people to be respectful of the national anthem. we want people to stand. that's all personnel. and make sure that they treat this moment in a respectful fashion. that's something that we think we owe. we have been very sensitive in making sure that we give players choices but we do believe that that moment is an important moment and one that we are going to focus on. it was unanimously adopted by the clubs. >> reporter: not quite. the vote wasn't 32-0. 49ers ceo jed york abstained from the vote. in interviews today york said,
>> reporter: a further clarification of the new policy. teams will not be required to be on the field for the anthem, but protests will be punished. based on the discretion of individual teams. new york jets chairman and ceo christopher johnson is already on record saying, his team will not impose any new club rules, fines or restrictions. and the players union obviously has a stake in today's decision. that body was not consulted by the owners and issued this statement: >> the owners objective today was to obviously bring clarity to a divisive issue last season. it remains unclear if they have accomplished that. the 49ers have said they will close the concession stands during the anthem.
today's announcement seems to be putting most of the emphasis on the individual teams. the original objective was to bring some clarity to a divisive issue. it's unclear to me if they have now accomplished that. >> the nfl still has ratings but there's no questions that the ratings have tanked in part because of the protest. how do you think fans will react to this decision here by the owners? >> i'll start with the first premise. that's speculative. the year before that happened, the ratings were already down. thigh thing that spurred the big reaction is the things that the president said in alabama when he called them sobs. hubs protested after that. it was a situation where the team concept if you have ever been in a locker room or on a team you may be the person next to me, i may have absolutely nothing in common with you, but as a teammate, we put all that aside and go
out on the field and play together. when somebody called you a name, you just called me a name, as well. that's what happened after everything happened in. completely separate from how this all started as individual sides take what was originally intended to be take it politically hostage. i don't know they have solved it. >> thank you. fans we spoke with had mixed reaction with people taking both sides of the issue. >> seems a reasonable way of solving it. they have -- they can still protest but not in front of everybody else during the national anthem. they are saying the players should stay at the locker room. if they want to kneel down they should stay in the locker room? that's ridiculous. they have freedom of speech and the freedom to do what they want to do. if they want to kneel during the national anthem, has nothing to do with disrespecting the flag. it has something to do with what they are standing for.
>> truthful opinion i think they should have all kept it -- they should have kept it separate from the nfl. let the guys play. i understand why talking about when kaepernick started all this i understand his point. i understand his point. i just felt that, um, they should have kept it out of the nfl. >> reporter: reaction is pouring in online. from vice president mike pence to the aclu, people and groups on both sides of the debate are weighing in. you can share your thoughts with us on twitter or facebook. more news now with the 49ers. reuben foster can now rejoin the team after domestic violence charges against him were dropped today. when asked if he was relieved by the judge's decision, foster gave us thumbs up as he left the courtroom. last week his ex-girlfriend took back her allegations of abuse. she told the court that she lied after he dumped her.
the judge says she reviewed 911 calls, witness statements and injury photographs and said she believed ennis lied. >> today reuben foster's defense team scored a touchdown. this could not have gone better for the reuben foster team. and what the judge said is that it's not just the recantation by miss ennis that led to the decision, but it was the entirety of the evidence that was put on at the preliminary hearing. >> the 49ers released a statement saying: the santa clara county district attorney's office meantime says it is disappointed in the decision. it went on to say, recantation is common among domestic violence victims. some are scared, some feel guilty, some are coerced, some need money.
whatever the cause, we move forward on cases when victims falsely recant because we know that if we don't, more victims will be hurt. some developing news from san francisco where firefighters are reporting one minor injury after a tour bus caught fire. it happened about 4:30 in the 300 block of columbus avenue in north beach. crews took 30 minutes to extinguish it. one person was treated for smoke inhalation. the flames caused significant damage to the front of the bus. no word on the cause. at sfo, the wing of an airline link gust passenger jet hit a concrete support -- aer lingus passenger jet hit a concrete support. it landed at 3:15. no injuries. we don't know yet how much damage there was to the plane. but we are told that no other flights were affected. a federal judge in new york city has ruled that
president trump cannot block twitter followers for their political views. the judge says it's a violation of the first amendment. the president's effort to silence his critics is not permissible because the digital space you uses to connect with the people is a public forum. the ruling rejects administration arguments that the first amendment doesn't apply in this case because the president is acting as a private individual. secretary of state mike pompeo said today plans for next month's scheduled summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong- un are still moving forward. that's despite growing concerns the history making face-to-face meeting may not happen on the scheduled june 12th date. reporter ellison barber joins you live from washington, d.c. with the story. >> reporter: hi, heather. there are more reports coming out tonight that perhaps put this meeting in even bigger question mark territory. the reports coming from north korean state media that a foreign ministry official in north korea will suggest to
the north korean leadership that they reconsider the summit. that foreign official is also saying that whether or not this meeting, this summit, happens depends entirely on the u.s. earlier today, as you mentioned, the u.s. secretary of state went before congress and told congress that they were ready, the u.s. is ready to meet with north korea but he said they are also ready to walk away if the right deal is not on the table. >> our eyes are open to the lessons of history but we are optimistic that we can achieve an outcome that would be great for the world. secretary of state mike pompeo laying out u.s. goals for a scheduled meeting with north korean leader kim jong- un. >> our posture won't change until we see credible steps taken towards the complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> reporter: president trump is questioning whether it will happen on june 12th. north korea already threatened to cancel it after the u.s. held joint military exercises with south korea.
>> we will know next week about singapore. and if we go, i think it will be great for north korea. >> reporter: journalists from around the world have been brought in to witness the closing of a north korean nuclear test site a sign of goodwill coming from the north. but some members of coming say a deal will -- some members of congress say a deal will take more than goodwill. >> kim jong-un wants to decide if he wants to continue the sanctions or get on with a serious negotiation here so that we can start de- escalating all this tension. >> reporter: white house officials tell fox news that some top administration aides are heading to singapore this weekend. they will start setting up the logistics and planning for the summit. >> thank you. president trump's son-in- law had his security clearance restored today after almost three months in limbo. jared kushner's lawyer says his client has now completed a security background check that began last year. it was held up in part because
kushner's neglected to fully account for his contacts with foreign nationals. what's in a comic book? everything if it involves black panther and also has an oakland themed cover. just ahead i'll tell you about the crowds here all day. >> yeah. it's cool out there. it's warmer in some places. a lot of cloud cover, drizzle last night. is it going to keep going like this? i'll let you know. >> one month after the launch of oakland 311, we are learning more about residents' biggest nonemergency complaints. we'll tell you how it's working and what's being reported the most. >> it's easier than trying to call 911. >> a live look now at the evening commute. this is hospital curve there in san francisco. san francisco. >> let's see if it's any better in emeryville. >> nope. i don't think so. >> nope. it is slow going there. is slow going there.
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in his hand. call police if you have information. the city of oakland introduced a new app last month and a phone number for residents to report quality of life issues as much as trash, potholes, broken lights and other problems on city streets. ktvu's henry lee is in oakland now with how 311 is working and how many calls they are getting. henry. >> reporter: the number of complaints are up, proof that people are using the new oak 311 app. >> i fill up my trash can once a month with trash that's been thrown around. >> reporter: carol chang has a bird's-eye view from her home on twitter court in east oakland. she wants to see more birds. but instead -- >> shoe boxes, old bags full of lunch people who come have and lunch and throw their garbage away, and there's so much garbage in the field you can't see it because of the hay is so high. >> reporter: this empty lot and her cul-de-sac seem okay for now but chang says that won't last. >> there's trucks and station wagons that come up and just dump things off and tires and
everything. >> reporter: we told her about a new app launched by oakland called oak 311. she says she will use it. >> because it's easier than trying to call 911. >> reporter: that's what mayor schaaf wants to hear. last month, the mayor introduced oak 311 to report things like potholes, graffiti and illegal dumping. ever since it went online, complaints have gone up 12% from 5,291 requests last year to 5,916 during the same time frame last year. >> we need all hands on deck to address the quality of life issues in oakland and 311 gives everybody the tool to be part of the solution, to be the eyes and ears for the city so we know where to go and what to do, what you need fixed. >> reporter: when it comes to illegal dumping, the mayor says the city has a goal. >> we want to see at least 90% of those complaints picked up within three business days. frankly, i'd like it to be one business day. >> reporter: chang hopes the city will respond quickly after she reports problems so
she can get back to enjoying nature. >> you hear birds and you hear chipmunks and you hear squirrels. you can't go wrong! >> reporter: to report a problem in oakland call 311 or download and use the oak 311 app. live in oakland, henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. >> certainly is an improvement and certainly is a lofty goal but is it realistic? >> they say you want to respond to these calls as quickly as they can and, of course, they are saying that the downtown has been decreased because before you had to memorize or use 7-digit numbers so they are streamlining it with 311. >> thank you. >> cooler than we expected this time of year but we knew it was coming.
we have been watching these low pressure centers that have really been delivering just unsettled kind of cool, moist weather to the region. don't expect a typical may tomorrow, either. until then, the marine layer is the story. it's deep and pushing a lot of wind and moisture into the area and the drizzle which measured last night two-tenths of an inch or .02." it's not a lot. we are having more thunderstorms for the last two or three weeks and there's another low pressure out here and we are sandwiched in between. that's why the weather is like it is. it's not what's supposed to happen this time of year but it is what is happening. you have just west of redding
you have a thunder strike by mount shasta with lightning and thunder. susanville thunderstorms. even up around reno and incline village a few light scattered showers. for us it's all about the fog. so tomorrow just like today. when i come back we'll talk about the change that will be coming as we head towards the end of the week and it will be noticeable. especially towards the end of the weekend. see you back here. "2 investigates" tonight human waste being dumped day after day in a residential area. neighbors are upset over septic tank trucks unloading cargo down a manhole on their sidewalk. but we have learned that these companies actually aren't breaking the law. in fact, they have been told that this is their assigned dumping spot. "2 investigates"' brooks engineer rose has been looking into the complaints and why the sanitary district says this is normal operating procedure. >> reporter: the neighbors say that odor smelling rotten eggs or spoiled milk shouldn't be normal. after all, this is their street and sidewalk and their
backyards back up right to it and you can see in this photo, there is the truck. here's where it's backed up with the hose coming into this manhole where all the waste is dumped. another man tells me he lives in this property right behind this fence and he says his kids play on the trampoline feet away from the dumping. those who lived here in castro valley can't understand why the sanitary district managers would pick their street to dumb human waste down the man home. it's part of a program that was started in 2015 to help companies properly dispose of waste water. companies are charged a permit fee and five cents for every gallon of sewage that's dumped here. that district received $20,000 last year for the waste water. neighbors says you wouldn't know all the trucks are dumping here because it looks like any other sewer cover in the middle of the sidewalk. >> pretty wild that just right here on the side of the road he picks up a manhole and
pumps raw sewage into the ground multiple times throughout the day. my kids are out here playing, i'm out here doing things with my family, they are pumping thousands of gallons of raw sewage in the ground 10 feet away from me. >> originally looks suspicious to us. there have been complaints. there have been warnings. but all in all, the sanitary district says the company's dumping have a good record. tonight we hear why this was chosen and what's being done since "2 investigates" got involved, that's coming up tonight on the ten o'clock news. >> i'll sure be curious to hear that. i don't -- i don't think anybody in their right mind would want that dumped with a fence or not. >> and why this spot was chosen. it has to do with the size of the pipes that can accommodate the waste water. >> if you have a tip for "2 investigates," email or call us.
a new construction project under way at an old bay area naval base. >> the city lost a lot of jobs when the navy left. we have a great opportunity here to create space for jobs. >> up next, details on the plans to transform alameda point. >> and the warriors boarded a plane and headed back to houston for game five of the westerns conference finals. they will need a win to advance. mark gets us up to date in sports. >> new information on the death of two whales both discovered last week. what we are learning about how they died.
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details about the deaths of two whales found last week. officials from the marine mammal center in marin county said today both died from injuries caused by people. scientists say the fin whale that was found near jack london square in oakland on friday morning died after being struck by a ship and that the gray whale carcass that washed ashore in marin county later on friday died after being severely entangled in an accident possibly involving a ship's propeller. 13 every experts say accidents involving ships are the leading cause of whale deaths and that the busy shipping lanes around the golden gate can be particularly treacherous. construction is about to begin on a new housing and business development in alameda that promises to transform a section of the former military base there. rob roth tells us it's taken two decades to get here but the plan includes pretty much something for everyone.
people and those in between. >> reporter: it was a moment that has been more than 20 years in the making. city of alameda leaders helped break ground on a billion- dollar development on what was once a navy base. it's called alameda point. >> we are solving a lot of important problems with this project. >> reporter: since the navy left in 1997, the 68-acre lot has been vacant. but under the plan, a new community will spring up. 800 homes and apartment, about a quarter of them designated as affordable ranging from $500 a month to about $2,000 a month. and some homes will go to teachers. >> where our teachers are struggling to stay in our communities, we want them to live here and work here. >> reporter: the project is also looking to attract a high- tech campus, restaurants and other businesses creating perhaps 5,000 or more jobs here. >> the city lost a lot of jobs when the navy left. we have a great opportunity here to create space for jobs. we can do it here far more cost-effectively than, say, in san francisco or the peninsula. >> reporter: more people brings more traffic. that's the concern of the mayor. >> it's not sufficient. we have to solve that problem. we are working with bart.
>> reporter: but built into the project is a new ferry terminal plus buses expected to run every 15 minutes to a bart station. >> our whole focus is to reduce reliance upon vehicles and so we have shuttle services that will be connecting to bart. >> reporter: the developer also says that unlike the hunters point shipyard development, there are no reasons for concern about toxic chemicals in the soil here. >> we're doing a lot of ongoing testing and monitoring of the soils but heretofore everything is looking good. >> reporter: with construction about to go into full swing, the developer says people should start being able to move in here in about two years. in alameda, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 starts next, with a san francisco park named after a controversial figure in history. >> he said that chinese people
are, quote, morally the most debased people on the face of the earth. >> up next, the push now to give the park a new name. >> plus, three silicon valley cities looking at a big tax on their biggest employers. >> and a special comic book available only in oakland that has people lined up for blocks today. stay with us. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is next. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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now to today's top stories. the nfl has approved a new policy requiring players to stand for the national anthem if they are out on the field. some players have been kneeling since 2016 when former 49er quarterback colin kaepernick first protested about police brutality and racial oppression. under this new rule players can choose to remain in the locker room if they want to during the national anthem. teams will face fines for violations of the policy. secretary of state mike pompeo says he is hopeful the planned summit with north korea will take place next month. a white house team is heading
to singapore this weekend to work on logistics. the fate of the meeting rests with kim jong-un. north korea threatened to cancel with the u.s. insisting it give up its nuclear weapons. president trump said we'll know next week if it will happen on june 12th. ou're watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. one of san francisco's most scenic parks may be getting a new name. the park sits across pacific avenue from the presidio heights neighborhood. ktvu's christien kafton has more on why that park could have a new name by the end of the year. >> reporter: julius khan has it all, a ball field and playground but some say the man it was named for was racist and now they want the name changes. -- and now they want the name to be changed. the playground is iconic with a commanding view of the golden gate a favorite among locals but few know about the man julian khan. leaders in the asian-american community have launched and effort to change the park's name. >> he said that chinese people
are, quote, morally the most debased people on the face of the earth. that chinese resorted to trickery and duplicity to circumvent our laws. >> reporter: leaders from a coalition of asian-american and other community groups today launched their effort asking the public safety and neighborhood services committee to consider the name change. organizers say that as a lawmaker, khan actively supported the chinese exclusion act aimed at keeping chinese immigrants out of the country and used racial stereotypes to support the ban. already, five of the city's supervisors have signed on to change the name putting it in a broader context saying, especially now, words and names matter. >> especially when an when an immigrant population all over the united states are under attack. even so much more important that we do this here in san francisco. because in san francisco, um, we have values here. >> what i like to do, then, is, um, make a motion. >> mm-hm? >> to pass this out of committee with a positive recommendation to the full board. >> great. without objection that motion passes.
>> reporter: those using the park today say after learning julian khan's back story agreed that it's time to change the park's name. >> now that i know, you know, his name and what he did, i would say that's a good idea to get rid of the name of the park. >> reporter: the committee is going to recommend to the board of supervisors to change the name of the park. the board of supervisors is likely to go with that recommendation and instruct the city's recreation and parks department to seek public input on a new name for that park. there could be a new name in october or november of this year. in san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. new at 6:30, facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg is in france for important tech talks. french president emmanuel macron hosted a meeting to discuss tax and data protection. zuckerberg joined other tech leaders from microsoft uber
and ibm at a conference named tech for good. former secretary of state john kerry attended. the conference is addressing issues such as data privacy and tech literacy. the meeting comes a day after zuckerberg faced the european parliament in brussels over facebook's involvement in the cambridge analytica breach. three south bay cities will ask residents if the they want to tax some of the biggest employers. tom vacar reports. reporter: following the recent lead of seattle, mountain view, home of google and many other tech companies, and cupertino, home of apple, have recommended to their city councils to put a so-called yearly business per person head tax on the november ballot. east palo alto will do the same. the idea, raise millions of dollars in revenues to make major transportation improvements and start additional affordable middle class housing.
>> $100 for sole proprietor, a little more as you go up. as you get to larger employers over 500, we would have a sliding scale which would bring you up to what could be $250. >> reporter: google, mountain view's largest employer, is looking at millions a year from this but has yet to speak out on the head tax. apple, cupertino's biggest employer, is also looking at millions in head count taxes. >> everybody recognizes that we have a housing crisis and also a transportation crisis. these two are joined at the hip. so i think even major employers are now having a hard time attracting and retaining talent. >> reporter: even mountain view's business-supported chamber of commerce has yet to decide. >> we're reserving our official position until we really truly understand what this revenue measure is going to entail. >> reporter: stanford law professor and urban planning expert michele wild anderson says it's best to let the voters decide but sees the danger that a head count tax to fix current problems, cities just might be tempted
to keep following the money. >> it gives the government an incentive to --one more incentive, really, to permit new square footage on commercial property because each time they do that you'll bring in one more employee here, one more employee --a dozen there. and that's the basis of the revenue, a head count. >> reporter: so for mountain view, cupertino and east palo alto, gridlock and excruciating housing costs are becoming unstainable even for those making the super high high-tech salaries, a real problem and we have probably reached the tipping point. tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. coming up here, live pictures from the big island of hawaii as more lava spews out of the kilauea volcano. the latest on the volcanic eruption as more homes are
authorities are warning people in surrounding areas to avoid the ash plume. meantime, one man is still recovering after he was hit by so-called a lava bomb. a chunk of rock shattered bones in his leg under the knee. he is recovering at the hospital. >> it was that most forceful impact i have ever had in my body in my life. >> there are close to two dozen active fissures releasing steam, gases, along with the lava flowing into the ocean. the eruptions having going on for three weeks. it's unclear how long it will continue. hundreds of residents have been evacuated and still have no idea when they will be able to return home. new at 6:30, heavy metal band metallica is trying to get fans to support food banks. the cofounder and drummer was at a san francisco food bank
today sorting oranges as part of the band's charitable foundation, all within my hand. he said that the band has been giving back for 10 years but didn't go public with their work until last year. he says that everyone can make a difference no matter where they live or work. >> you know, music fans can make a difference and hard rock fans can make a difference and that it's our responsibility no matter where we are whether we're in san francisco and california or the rest of the world, that, um, it's our responsibility to take care of our fellow citizens. >> in addition to boxing up 37,000 pounds of oranges, the band also handed over a check for $5,000. ulrich said that metallica chose to help out with the fight against hunger because it's a global issue impacting a wide range of people. boy, they can certainly galvanize people that care about the issue, can't they? a special comic boot set in the city of oakland. >> it was cool to be able to see that they are kind of giving's shoutout to oakland again through the comics. >> up next, why people lined
up for blocks for a copy. >> and we are track the cool weather that's definitely out there. another cool one today. and it's going to continue. see you back here. >> and coming up at 7:00 on ktvu plus, five days after the school shooting in santa fe, texas, an emotional reunion for teachers today. >> and on a clear night, it is visible 20 miles away! we'll talk to the artist who created the light display on top of san francisco's new "salesforce tower." john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history.
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only store in the world that sold it. only 3,000 copies were made available. 2500 were preordered. rob malcolm reports. >> reporter: at oakland-based comic bookstore cape and cowl, the line stretched around the corner with crowds trying to get their hands on this. >> only store in the world that this version of the comic is sold at. >> reporter: how did you manage that? >> just asked marvel really nicely. >> reporter: the exclusive edition of the comic book with an oakland themed cover was designed by toronto-based artist jamal campbell, which hit the mark for fans of the blockbuster movie. >> it was cool for me to be able to see that they are kind of giving a shout out to oakland again through the comics. >> right away you can see here you got the whole welcome to oakland sign. you got the things over here. i don't know if you saw the movie there's a lot of emphasis on the city.
>> reporter: they offered the store the chance to commission the special cover. >> every month marvel gives stores a list of different books they can make their own cover for. so we wrote to marvel and says black panther is what we want to do. >> i'm picking it up for my brother and friend. he doesn't live here . >> reporter: grossing $1.3 billion worldwide, it became the third highest grossing film ever in the united states. fans found value in the message of the movie and now with the special edition comic book, which was flying off the shelves, for 4.99. >> i want my kids to be able to see people who look like them and know they have superpowers too. >> reporter: the store ordered 3,000 copies of the special comic. they usually sell 50 copies monthly. >> we put them up for presale about three weeks ago. orders were steadily coming in and this past weekend, it just exploded to the point where we had to stop taking preorders.
>> i was out and about doing my own thing and he said, thomas you have to come here and, i did and i'm glad that i did. >> it's out of our hands. if marvel says we can do more, we will. >> reporter: don't be alarmed if you didn't get it. 1500 were held for pickup and we are told not everyone will show up. so if you come back in a week, you, you may get a little in your home, as well. in oakland, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. all righty. we're tracking those temperatures from today. it was cool yet again today. temperatures generally in the low 60s. it was 71 antioch. that's the warm spot. but boy, i'm telling you, livermore 66. i would expect right -- 78, 82 degrees in livermore today easy and here you are at 66
degrees. so temperatures well below average. san francisco 59. that's not that far off because the city and the out at "the avenues" you expect fog this time of the year. not santa rosa at 61 or napa at 63. we're warming up slowly. the story is this big extended marine layer that's going to slowly pinch back down after friday, though. so between now and friday, we have this type of weather to contend with. friday there's even a chance one of the models suggesting for a sprinkle in the forecast or heavy drizzle. you have the sea breeze plus there, and the wind blowing it in there. last night winds at 40 miles an hour. it's still howling. our marine air making it to roseville and grass valley.
the beach in the park is beautiful. the hills not blocking out the deep marine layer. but the farther back teams feels like mount vaca taller so they can dam it up like a levee. temperatures tomorrow like today 60s and low 70s at best. but then it warms up nicely. friday the coolest day of the week but then you see what happens on saturday. saturday, sunday and monday back to perhaps the 90s.
by monday anyway. just in time for memorial day. >> you asked me about saturday or sunday? >> asking about saturday. >> saturday -- the weekend looks pretty. bottlerock, i was talking to mark ibanez, it's big up there in napa and a lot of people go and they expect it to be 85 degrees. it's not going to be that on friday. but saturday and sunday will be in the low 80s up there so it will be nice. >> thank you. sports is coming up next. mark is here in just a moment. so stay with us. only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
when does the series with the astros wrap up? > fortunately for the giants, it was a brief two-game series. yeah. several days ago when i saw that they were not only going to be facing the world champs, the astros, but they were going to throw at them cole and verlander, two of the best pitchers in baseball, i thought, it might be a lousy couple of days down in houston for the giants. and sure enough, it is i garrett cole got them last night. today verlander and the fans down there are feeling their oats these days and why not, they won the worlds in the 4th inning our only giants highlight. hernandez into the wide open spaces. he will high tail it around. wind up with a triple and
score shortly thereafter on a buster posey sacrifice fly. 1-0. here's a routine fly to right. it's andrew mccutcheon coming over and you don't see that very often. a big leaguer misjudged it and that winds up as you see it again on the replay completely missing his glove. that turns into a run. bruce bochy can't be happy about that verlander by the way went six innings and gave up three hits, one run, struck out nine. wasn't a good day at the plate for andrew mccutcheon. he went down 3 times against them. he is hitting well under .200 against them. and here's george springer, one of the world series here ris, long and gone his tenth of the year a two-run shot. the giants lose both games in houston. >> they are going to wrigley field. the final today 4-1. this was a perfect fit for the first moment he landed in san jose. and the sharks want to make sure it remains in place. that would be evander kane staying with san jose. came over in a trade right at
the deadline and they are now reportedly close to a deal. 7-year extension with kane worth $49 million. he is 26, going to be 27 very soon. he was out on a free agent mark. he brings speed and attitude. he had nine goals and five assists in 17 games as the sharks went pretty deep into the play-offs and came with a big reason for that. -- and kane was a big reason for that. the warriors and the rockets heading for houston for game 5. all tied 2-2. this was noon- ish today at the oakland airport when the warriors boarded the plane and headed down to houston for the all important game. and i'll tell you what, last night one of the toughest defeats they had endured in a long time and draymond feeling the sting. >> kind of off. you know, we know we let one slip away. so definitely guyed are off but encouraged as well, you know, like, you know, i love
the way this team respond when our back is against the wall. i know the level of focus and intensity level that this team brings on that is the case. so i think we can get back. >> we'll see about that. meantime, it is time to "check this out." some of the best defense today did occur in the giants-astros game. belt along the left field line, gonzalez with a beautiful catch up against the stands there. appreciated by verlander. that's a tough play battling the fans and his own teammate. but you tell me. better play here? that's a beautiful play by the pitcher right there. better appreciated on the replay. very athletic and all worth checking out at this early hour. >> good night.
you feel like trying something new for dinner? maybe indian, tex-mex? you ever wonder how humans would be different if they evolved from lizards instead of mammals? okay, let's talk about that. as you know, lizards-- cold-blooded animals-- lack the ability to sense temperature. but they do move more sluggishly when it's cold. so, lizard weathermen would say things like, "bring a sweater. it's slow outside." i love my mind. we all do. now, how about dinner? oh, i would assume we'd enjoy insects or smaller lizards. we could also pull each other's tails off and grill them; they'll just grow back. oh! my life-size cardboard mr. spock is here!
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