tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX June 30, 2019 7:00am-10:00am PDT
welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday the 30th, the last day of june. >> yes! >> i am alex savage in for claudine wong. >> happy last day of june. sara zendehnam in for rosemary today. we have the forecast in a moment but first the headlines and a big one from the far east. president trump shaking hands with north korean leader kim jong-un in a heavily forth fied korean demilitarized zone. >> yes. they met for 45 minutes. and here in the bay area the sf pride parade kicks off with the 49th year of this popular, fantastic event. >> it will be crowded. we are will be taking you live
to the parade route where streets are starting to be shut down at this hour plus notable figures taking part in today's pride parade. and gas stations expected to be very busy this last day of june. >> because of rate hikes. we will tell you why and where the extra tax money will be going. a very similar day today to yesterday. at the top of the monitor there is blue, a little bit. that fog will burn out by mid- morning. nothing to worry about if you have plans to go to sf pride today, layer up. a similar forecast to yesterday. mild to warm temperatures about 60s to high 80s today. we are starting out with clouds in the morning. by afternoon mostly sunny skies. if you have plans to go to
pride, here is the forecast. 56 degrees at 8:00 this morning. partly cloudy skies. the parade starts at 10:30. by then it will be similar, 56, 57 degrees. by noon we will see mostly sunny skies and breezy with gusts upwards of 18 miles per hour in the afternoon. the high in san francisco is about 65 degrees. as we get into the later hours the winters will really be picking up. 55 in oakland right now. 57 in walnut creek and in hayward. same with san jose and 60 in concord and fairfield. we will warm up a bit, but really not that different than what we saw yesterday. a little below average in some areas. santa rosa will get to 82 degrees. san francisco, like i said, your high is 65 degrees. oakland 71 degrees, livermore 81 degrees and san jose 80 degrees. a lot of people are wondering what the 4th of july will be
like. i will have that in the extended forecast coming up. president trump made history this morning by walking across the korean demilitarized zone and right into north korea. >> he was part of an informal invitation by leader kim jong- un. he talked about the significance of the visit. here is his statement through an interpreter. >> i never expected this, the first u.s. president to cross over. >> the meeting was arranged after the president said he would be willing to meet with kim while he was in asia for the g20 summit in japan. after crossing into north korea mr. trump thanked the north carolinian leader saying the agreement made them both look good. as a sign of progress for both north korea and south korea and the rest of the world. world. >> i think the relationship that we developed has been so
much to so many people. it is an honor to be with you. it is honor the u.s. can step over that line and i was proud to step over the line. >> the two men met on the south korean side of the dmz for nearly an hour and agreed to revive negotiations on north korea's nuclear weapons. this is the third time the two men have met and president trump says he hopes to invite kim jong-un to the white house very soon. at least one person was killed in a crash on highway 24 in orinda. a car was headed the wrong way in the westbound lanes near the gateway boulevard off ramp at 2:00 this morning. at least one other person was seriously injured and taken to the hospital by helicopter. all lanes have been cleared now. in san francisco hundreds of thousands of people will be at the pride parade to see the projects and colorful floats. ktvu's elissa harrington is along the parade route with
more on the reparation under way. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this will be a lot of fun today. we video seen the volunteers putting up these barriers. they will be closing off market street here from beall to 8th throughout the day. this is video from last year's parade, one of the largest in the world. this year nearly 300 contingencies will march down market street. there will be several stages set up with live music and performances. the theme this year is generations of resistance. the largest pride parade here in san francisco but yesterday there were several other events including the installation of the triangle on twin peak. the celebration is also a reminder for the fight of equal rights for all. >> it is very important that we tell people to register and get
out and vote. it is the only way to make a difference is we get out there and vote regardless of what we think is going on, we need to get out there and vote. >> i feel like everybody is really getting behind pride in a way i don't think i have seen before. i mean, it feels really good. i feel like it is really pulling people together >> reporter: driving to the city is not recommended. there will be all sorts of road closures starting at 9:00. market between 8th and beall will be closed. muni will be redirecting some of their service. if you are coming to the parade to either participate or be a spectator, take bart. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. a familiar face with the giants organization is returning to the team. that will happen on tuesday. larry bayer will keep his title
as the giants ceo, he will be back with less power. he has been out after he was suspended for an alter case with will wife back in march. it showed him grabbing a phone and papers out of her right hand while she was screaming. he later apologized for the incident. in a statement, the giants said... said... a team executive told the chronicle during bayer's absence the leadership structure changed. two off duty police
officers and a retired fire captain earned some praise for their quick response when a fire broke out in a castro valley neighborhood on friday night. the fire started in the garage of a home on keith avenue and quickly spread to a house next door. two people and a dog were rescued from one house and three people inside the other home were able to make it out on their own. no one was injured and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. you may see long lines around gas stations around the state today because drivers are trying to get one last full tank before the gas tax goes up. on july 1 the state will start
collecting an additional .06 a gallon to pay for road repairs and improvements to public transit and the san francisco's reopening will happen in two stages. the public rooftop park will reopen tomorrow morning but there will be no bus service for the first few weeks. 7:09. gas prices aren't the only things going up in price here in california. it will cost you a little more to cross the golden gate bridge. the toll increase that will take effect tomorrow. and house democrats remain at odds with the president over immigration but there is now a bi-partisan agreement to help might families held in detention centers. more on that when we come back.
. welcome back. we are starting out with gray clouds and fog in the city but things will burn off by mid- morning, early afternoon, just in time for the pride parade. more on that coming up. well, people packed san francisco city hall for a town hall meeting where a wide range of topics were addressed including the ongoing battle between house democrats and president trump. joining us to talk about the latest town hall we are joined
by the congresswoman. >> caller: good morning. >> the president has become the first to set foot in north korea. who do you expect will come of this? >> caller: i think we all hope that negotiations will resume resume. so far the visits and exchanges between the president and kim jong-un have not produced anything. i was really taken aback that he would meet with him and on north korean soil. and i say that because kim jong- un is one of the most brutal dictators in the world.
he has held on to power by murdering many members of his own family, generals and so many others. this is one of the worst characters in the world. and what i think the interpretation in north korea will be is that the president of the united states was being used by the north korean leader. it seems to me that you negotiate first, and then meet publicly to announce what you have achieved, but nonetheless, that is when the president chose to do. he likes to surprise people by what he does and i think that he did that with the meeting. so, now, many presidents have gone to the dmz to view it. this is an area where there is, you know, many, many miles of neutral zone, but the north
koreans have their weaponry pointed directly at south korea. we have 30,000 troops there. it is the most integrated form of forces between the south koreans and americans and, of course, the u.n. is there, as well. i remember very well when it was said that the fighting in the korean war had ceased, but it really has never ended. >> congresswoman, we want to talk about some other issues here -- >> of nuclear weapons that north korea opposes is a heavy, serious threat. >> congresswoman, we want to get to some other issues, as well because there are still rising tensions between the u.s. and iran. you called on fellow lawmakers to pass a bill authorizing
military strikes without approval. does this have enough bi- partisan support, particularly in the 123459, to go anywhere? >> i can not speak to the senate but i can speak to the house. we have bi-partisan support. we blended the idea of more than one member and we will be offering that as an amendment to the defense bill. it says very clearly that the constitution of the united states places the power of calling for war in the hands of the congress and i think it is very important that the administration plan any attacks that they must come to congress and the congress debate whether we go to war or not. it is very clear and very
simple. >> let's talk also about domestic issues. the house approved the senate republican version of the bill. despite push ben carson from democrats that said there weren't enough safe guards to insure money is spent on food, blankets, soap and not just immigration enforcement, why do you believe this was the right bill to pass? >> well, there were two bills. one that the house passed that i thought was stronger and the senate voted on a bi-partisan basis a different form of the bill. i think the focus in this always has to be, was and still is the children at the border. they deserve to have these funds because we learned of all the abuses and neglect. so the $4.6 billion will go to correct what we know is wrong
>> but how can you guarantee that that money will go to things that the children there are going to need? >> caller: well, it is targeted. the original bill had more structure in it in terms of the administration, that they could not use the money for other uses. but it is my understanding that the vice president spoke to the speaker and told her that they would use the money as we wish directed. but, again, you know, no one gets everything that they want. and it was very important to pass the bill so these dollars would go directly to what we care about and that is the children, the children, the children. and if we didn't pass it, the deadline was the end of this month, june 30th, so we could
not leave these human beings without the assistance they need. >> the july 4 recess is under way and many congressional members are hosting town hall meetings with constituents like you did yesterday. it looked like a full house from the pictures. what was the most important issues your constituents brought up with you? >> caller: well, there are several. they don't have confidence that our voting system will be hardened so that there won't be a foreign interference in our election as there was in 2016. >> do you have confidence in that? >> caller: there were people there that spoke about medicare for all. there were people that spoke about special counsel mueller testified and where the house of representatives would go from there. very lively discussions an excellent questions which is always the case with my
. good sunday morning. the pride parade is in the bay area today, the biggest event of the day. we are starting with fog in the city that should burn off by mid-morning and the sf pride parade timing is expected to be mostly sunny and a little bit breezy. it looks like it will be a nice day. we did see widespread high clouds that moved inland but already burning off all right, hanging around the coast a lot. it is similar to what we thought yesterday. be aware of that, if you are in the city, heading to the city today, that is what you can be prepared for. 54 degrees to get your sunday morning started in san francisco. 56 in oakland, 54 degrees in springmont and 57 in san jose. these temperatures are slightly warmer than the temperatures that we saw yesterday. i don't know if you remember,
but this time yesterday santa rosa was actually at 48 or 49 degrees. we didn't see too many 40s as he was getting the forecast ready. but today we are expecting partly cloudy skies in san francisco. they will persist the next couple of hours. by 8:00 a.m. it will be 56 in the city. by noon it will warm up to low 60s. mostly sunny. be aware it will be breezy. we are expecting gusts upwards of 18 miles per hour in san francisco and by the later afternoon hours we are expecting a high of 65 degrees, partly cloudy and still that breeze will persist. the forecasted highs for today 77 degrees your high expected in san rafael. 82 in santa rosa. inland locations will warm up a bit. 85 degrees in concord and antioch, fairfield could get to 89 degrees. 80 degrees in san jose today. here is a look at the extended forecast. the warming trend we have is a very gradual warming trend. really won't be much of a
change between today and the next couple of days, but just in time for the 4th of july holiday weekend. we are expecting our warm up to ramp up just a bit. we are expecting inland locations to get to the upper 80s by the end of the week. to start off the workweek, very similar conditions to what we have been seeing all weekend long. inland it will be in the mid to upper 80s around the bay. in the 70s there and along the coast in the 60s. frank? health officials in san diego county confirm one child is dead and three others became sick after visiting the county fair this month testament child who died was just 2 years old after being exposed to e. coli bacteria. the other children became ill but not sick enough to become hospitalized. all four separate sways, health officials say, were linked to animal contact. >> safety is our number one priority. always will be and continue to
be. when you have livestock and animals there is a potential inherent risk. >> the fair will remain open though it is scheduled to close on the 4th of july. the fair has shut down all the animal exhibits where the public could come in contact with the e. coli bacteria. the california department of motor vehicles starting tomorrow plans to open select offices an hour earlier than usual. 56 offices across the state will open at 7:00 a.m. except wednesday, hoping to ease wait times. it is 7:26. a terrible crash on the streets of oakland. still ahead, pictures of the wreck from oakland pd. the drag racing that ended in this disaster. and a momentous occasion that happened overnight at the north korea-south korea
. good to have you back here on mornings on 2. i am frank somerville. >> and i am allie rasmus in for claudine. the temperatures will burn off, correct? >> yes. some of our east bay locations are already sunny outside and in san francisco we are dealing with the persistent grayness. it is the last day of june and we are still dealing with the june and gloom! but the fog should burn off by mid-morning. not everyone is dealing with this. here is is a live look at the golden gate bridge. if you woke up a few hours ago you woke up to high clouds across much of the bay area but we got this tweet from peter that says... says...
something to look forward to today. it will clear up. this morning partly cloudy in some locations. clearing up right now in others. by this afternoon mostly sunny for the most part across the bay area. the extended forecast, minor warming. you really won't feel that much of a difference between the highs today and yesterday. same with tomorrow. with the gradual warming trend it won't make too big of the difference. we may see a difference by the 4th of july. 54 to get your morning started in san francisco. fairfield, you are at 57 degrees. we will continue to warm up. we are slightly below average for this time of year. santa rosa, you are about 2 degrees below normal at 82 degrees the expected high today. san francisco for pride about 65 degrees. 71 in oakland today. 81 in livermore and san jose is 80 degrees. of course, the pride parade
starts at 10:30 in about three hours. i will break down when you can expect in the city coming up. president trump heading home after wrapping up a very busy week in asia including the g20 summit in japan and the informal meeting with the leader of north korea. mr. trump bake the first u.s. president to step north of the dmz on the north korean peninsula. kim jong-un invited the president across the concrete barrier where the two men shook hands and posed, recording a very historic event. president trump says they agreed to work toward reviving the talks on the north korea stockpile. after that thousands of troops assembled at the air base in jacques. >> our greatest asset, our most powerful weapon, will always be you. no matter what we do it will always be the american warrior.
because there is no warrior like you [cheering & applause] ing & applause] in one is tougher and no one is braver. you are beloved by our citizens. you have no idea how much our people love our military >> the president also outlined upgrades being made to equipment including ships, planes and missiles. air force one is scheduled to return to the east coast shortly after 5:00 tonight our time. happening now, excitement is growing for san francisco's pride parade in. a few hours colorful floats will make their way down market street. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the streets to watch it all. ktvu's elissa harrington is live along market and spear streets with a look at the floats. i see one behind you, elissa >> reporter: yes. this is one of the stonewall inn to mark 50 years of the
stonewall uprising. and here is the amazon float with colorful boxes. and here is video from other floats. we saw a lot of rainbows, glitter and balloon arches. this is one of the largest gay pride parades in the world. this year nearly 300 contingencies will march down market street where there will be live music and performances. the theme of pride is generations of resistance. for those fighting for pride it is a reminder that the fight for equal rights covent. >> it is very important that we tell people to register and get out and vote. that is only way we will make a difference. get out there and vote regardless of what we think is going on. >> i feel like everybody is getting behind pride in a way that i don't think i have seen before. it feels really good. i feel like the 50th year of
stonewall is important. it seems like it is really pulling people together. ogether. >> reporter: another thing we have seen this morning is a lot of signs like this and tow trucks. keep in mind there will be several road closures. market street between 8th and beall will be closed and there are closures along the surrounding streets including spear where we are and main. muni will be rerouting some of the lines. if you are coming from the east bay to the city, take bart. live from san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. well, one of the most visibly symbols of pride weekend is once again sitting across the san francisco twin peaks but it won't be there too long. more than a hundred volunteers installed the pink trang yesterday. there was a ceremony afterward yesterday with music and speakers. the ping triangle will be taken
down afterward. the symbol that once served as prosecution now serves at a symbol of empowerment. >> a symbol used against our community so tragically we are taking back. >> we must do more to support our communities. woe must be reminded of the challenges that still exist. >> the installation with us finished in record time. it took just under an hour. organizers say volunteers are needed to help take it down later this afternoon around 4:30. we are airing an on core presentation of our ktvu special a history of pride tonight at 6:30 right here after ktvu fox 2 news fox news at 6:00. presidential candidate kamala harris is taking part in today's pride festivities, speaking this morning at the annual pride breakfast that starts at 9:00. she will then walk in the parade before speaking on the
public main stage in civic center. harris set to speak around 12:25. former vice president and presidential candidate joe biden is holding fundraisers in washington state today. other democratic participants include senator corey booker, criticizing biden's comments on racial issues at this week's rainbow push conference in chicago. others of congress are among those that spoke led by jessie jake son. >> it is time to take on racism and make sure everyone has a seat at the table >> we can level the playing field and put $50 billion into our historically black colleges and universities. >> and vermont senator bernie sanders is also out on the
campaign trail this weekend. he walked with supporters at a pride parade in new hampshire authorities in el dorado wii county are looking for whoever vandalized a memorial. community members have since painted over the graffiti. the 26-year-old rookie officer it honors was killed in the line of duty earlier this month while trying to protect a victim of domestic violence. people that live near the display cannot believe someone would deface it. >> it is heart wrenching. all the members here support the rock. we are part of the community, as well, you know? we hate to see something like that. it is not necessary. it is ashame that one bad apple ruins the whole crop. the rock is very significant. >> last saturday the el dorado county sheriff's office met
with o'sullivan's family and escorted them to the rock painted in her honor. oakland pd said illegal street racing led to a crash that killed a man. it happened after 5:00 near 51st avenue and san leandro street. the driver of a 992 subaru legacy station wagon was speeding and racing another car when he lost control, veered across the westbound lanes and hit a poll. the other driver kept going. investigators say it is too early to know if drugs or alcohol played a role in the fatal crash. police have asking anyone that may have witnessed the crash to call them. piedmont city council will be looking into three dozen cameras at 15 different intersections primarily near the piedmont's boundaries with oakland. city council will vote tomorrow night on whether to spend $113,000 to add more traffic
cameras at four more intersections. police say the cameras have helped catch suspects of crimes but neighbors worry about the privacy implications. tomorrow night's meeting will begin at 7:30. starting tomorrow you will have to pay more to drive across the golden gate bridge. the lanes will go up 35-cents. the toll increase is part of a five year plan approved in march 20 cover a $75 million budget gap. toll for some drivers will be as high as $9.57 by the year 2023. people taking public transit in the bay area will be paying more as well starting tomorrow. fares will increase a quarter to $3. monthly passes will go up to $81, up $3, as well. and adult fares will going up 15 cents to $2.15. children fares are increasing
a dime to $1.25. the money will be used to provide safe and efficient service. starting tomorrow the minimum wage will go up in seven bay area cities. in san leandro minimum wage will go up to $14. and in alameda and fremont the minimum wage will go up to $13.50. in berkeley and san francisco minimum wages are going up to $15.59 an hour. workers at emoryville will make a minimum wage of $16.30 an hour. the giants are welcoming back a familiar face on tuesday. still ahead, larry baer returning to the organization after a three month long suspension. he will have the same job title but some say not the same amount of power. and you may recall the aids epidemic that devastated the city in the 80s. a look back at the activism it has inspired since then.
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sf pride weekend to celebrate the advancements made while still looking at some of the struggles. >> yes. the devastating aids epidemic took the lives of over 20,000 people in san francisco alone. ktvu fox 2 news' rob malcolm now with the toll it took and the activism it inspire. >> it was a time of great sorrow and overwhelming terrorist. >> reporter: a mysterious and merciless virus began ripping through the heart of san francisco's gay community. >> it was not unusual to see people collapse and die on the streets. >> reporter: dying from a virus at first no one heard of, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, better known as aids, shutting down the patient's immune system allowing in deadly infections. >> i was probably one of the earliest people to be infected with hiv in san francisco and one of the longest living
survivors, but many times i didn't think i would make it. >> the worst epidemic toll in history. people were afraid. >> reporter: uc san francisco's pioneer of aids' research saw his first aids patient in 1991ment at first doctors had no idea what they were dealing with. they saw gay men getting sick but there were no cures and they watched them slowly wither away. >> a couple came in. two men. actually married. one would die, then the next. it was horrible. >> reporter: the disease killed 20,000 people in san francisco alone, gay men mostly, and the aids spread mostly through sexual contact.
it was sad seeing men with their sunken cheeks, looking almost ghost-like. in 1996 this man was diagnosed with aids. >> i am in bed with a fever of 104. i can't move. i am paralyzed with fatigue. >> reporter: with aids came fear. straight people wondered about sitting on buses next to a gay person. what if he sneezes. this is what happened when a person with aids came to the tv station for an interview. >> the sound guy would not mic the patient because he was concerned about coming too close to an aids patient. >> reporter: aids brought out homophobia, as well. >> they had pumper stickers that said aids is killing all the right people. >> reporter: in 1986 the school district in san lewis ehis bow county would not allow this young boy to attend
kindergarten because he obtained aid through a blood transfusion. sadly little ryan died of the disease five years later. san francisco set the standard for aids research and care. here is more from dianne feinstein. >> it became evidence to me when i saw some people wanted to ignore it, we had to set an example. we were really the first city to devote local funds for research and treatment. >> reporter: klee jones that started the san francisco foundation wanted to show more. the idea of the aids quilt, the names of the dead stitched
one next to the other >> i said i will show the congress and president the consequences of their failures. i was not prepared for the artistry of it, the extraordinary beauty of it. >> reporter: a piece of the quilt hangs near market and castro streets now near the square. by 1996 researchers came up with a mixture of medicines able to suppress the virus. it became known as the aids cocktail >> i took it three times a day and felt sick by the time i took them. by the time i started to feel better i had to take another dose, but they kept me alive. >> reporter: there is still no cure for aids and people still die from it. in san francisco the crisis has passed but for many, it is not
over. >> we have buddy program, housing programs and spiritual programs. i think as people of san francisco when we look back at our city's response, we have ever reason to be proud. >> reporter: in san francisco, ben roethlisberger, ktvu fox 2 news -- rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. >> the story will be included in an encore presentation of the half hour special a history of pride. if you would like to watch it it airs tonight at 6:00 portion it is ten minutes before 8:00. sara zendehnam has our weather forecast covered. how is it looking out there, sarah? around the coast and bay clouds and gray skies. it is shaping up nicely so far, however. let's look live at san francisco. you can see what i am talking about. the gray conditions. it will be a cooler start to the day in the city. you can see not really any blue skies yet. at the very tiptop of the screen you may be able to see it. here is a look at the salesforce tower swallowed up
by the gray. that will burn off by mid- morning. your pride is shaping up to be a nice one. 55 degrees, a cool start to the day. things will warm up. mostly sunny and breezy conditions, though, by 12:00. highs in the low 60s by 12:00 in san francisco. wind gusts up to 18 miles per hour. partly cloudy by later on into the early afternoon, later evening, about 65 degrees is the high in san francisco today. it will be partly cloudy and that breeze will really pick up. 21-mile per hour sustained gusts are expected later on today. the cooler temperatures for this time of year. they are not necessarily cool inland but it is cool for this time of year. that is because this trough is hanging over the west coast that. will really keep our changes very minor into next week. we are talking about the gray along the coast. we have 60s around the bay.
inland 80s. minor changes by next week. by 4th of july it will warm up a bit. 57 in oakland and hayward. same with san jose. 54 degrees in san francisco and novato, 60 in concord and 58 in walnut creek. we broke record lows yesterday. not highs. napa set a low record of 45 degrees. 47 degrees was the low in 2001 , so that is the record beaten. hayward 54 degrees. that tied the low in 2008 and santa rosa a low of 46 degrees yesterday. a little warmer right now, though, than this time yesterday. today 76 the high expected in vallejo. inland brentwood 89 degrees. oakland 71 degrees. san jose you will warm up to 80
degrees. pleasanton and livermore 81 degrees. half moon bay a cool 64 degrees. the clouds may persist throughout the day along the coast. here is the five-day forecast. you have the warming trend continuing a bit. but then things pick up a little bit toward the end of the week into the 4th of july holiday. we are expecting inland temperatures to be in the upper 80s around the bay and mid 70s along the 4th of july and along the coast in the mid 60s. one of the inspirations for a classic novel is up for sale at the starting price of $1 million. we will tell you about it coming up.
. limited access to one of the main roads through yosemite this weekend. cars will be allowed on two of the roads between 10:00 and 11:00 this morning and 3:00 and 4:00 this afternoon. the road is closed during the snow season and closed longer than usual this year because of late falling snow. traffic will be unrestricted until early fall.
>> it is july. >> crazy pictures. >> i guess! let it all begin. the nba free agency period begins at 3:00 today. expect big names. the warriors hope to keep both kevin durant and clay thompson. the key warrior players going to the hamptons to recruit k.d. back in 2016, this time he are in new york try to convince durant to come back to the golden state warriors but he has reportedly been talking to kauai leonard. they are good friends, by the way. the potential destinations for k.d., the clippers or perhaps the new york knicks. curry is expected to have the splash brother back next year. clay thompson will reportedly sign a five year $189.6 million max deal. he will miss a good chunk of the season recover from the
torn acl in the final game. l game. a southern home that inspired one of the estates in the book gone with the wind is up for sale. this mansion inspired 12 oaks, the home in the story. it is in covington, georgia, about 35-miles southeast of atlanta. it has had 2 million worth of renovations done. the openinged by for the home is $1 million when sales opened on the 4th of july. the 12 bedroom, 12 bathroom home was not used in the mgm movie. >> 1939 the movie came out. >> it looks really pretty. i mean in the bay area a million dollars, well, it sure mean as lot more there.
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♪ san francisco bay, san francisco bay♪ >> san francisco days by chris isaac. the very iconic san francisco live picture here of the golden gate bridge. i think chris isaac wrote the song about san francisco but he is originally from stockton. >> i think he lives in the city, though. >> maybe. i don't know where he lives now. >> well, we will give him a call. it is a great song. >> yes. a great song and good for a relaxing sunday morning. >> there we go. >> it is sunday, june 30th, the last day of june. i am allie rasmus in for claudine wong. >> i am frank somerville. president trump shaking hands
with north korea i can't be leader unnone the heavily fortified korean demilitarized zone. >> the two men met for 50 minutes in an impromptu summit. the important announcement that came out of today's meeting. more on that coming up. and the sf pride event kicks off today. >> there is nothing quite like it on the planet. we will take you live to the parade route where streets are being shut down already and notable figures taking part in the parade and gas stations throughout california expected to be very busy today. >> because gas prices are going up tomorrow because of the gas tax going up a little bit. more on that coming up. but first, let's get you outside. a marine layer lingering over us, a carbon copy of yesterday. >> yes. very similar to yesterday. the temperatures are similar, too. really it is shaping up to be a nice day today, just like yesterday. take a live look outside at the
bay bridge. you can still see some thick, gray clouds and fog hanging overhead. by mid-morning, later on in the afternoon we are expecting that to burn away and we will be left with mostly sunny skies. we may continue to see some high clouds. the pride parade start notice two-and-a-half hours at 10:30. in san francisco 54 degrees. if you are heading to the city prepare for partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. layer up and bring a jacket. that is what you will need today. by 12:00 it will be mostly sunny and breezy and in the low 60s. then the high in the city is expected to be about 65 degrees. it will be partly cloudy as we get into the evening hours and the wind gusts could be upwards of 21 miles per hour. be aware of that if you are participating in any of the pride festivities. here is a look at radar. we started out gray today. a lot of that is burning off. this is taking us through the last few hours. this area is moving off a
little bit around the bay already. inland not really seeing the cloud cover we saw a couple hours ago. high clouds inland but really not too bad. 54 in san francisco. 59 in walnut creek. 63 in concord and 63 in san jose. we are warmer now than this time yesterday. especially in santa rosa. santa rosa tied a record for overnight lows yesterday. it was chilly yesterday morning. we will warm up in santa rosa. 82 degrees is where you are expecting to land today. 71 degrees in oakland today. 1 in livermore. san jose will get to 80 degrees. san francisco shaping up to be about 65 degrees today. frank? >> thank you, sarah. president trump made history this morning by walking across the korean dmz and right into north korea. he was issued a very informal
invitation via twitter by north korean leader kim jong-un. kim jong-un talked about the significance of the visit through an interpreter h an interpreter the meeting was arranged after the president said he would be willing to meet with kim jong- un at the dmz while he was in asia for the g20 summit. after crossing into north korea mr. trump thanked the north korean leader saying the agreement to the meeting made them both look good and a sign of progress for both north korea and south korea and the rest of the worl >> i think the relationship that we developed has been so much to so many people. and it is just an honor to be with you. it is an honor that the u.s. was able to step over that line. i was proud to step over the line. >> the two men met on the south korean side of the dmz for nearly an hour and agreed to
revive negotiations on north korea's nuclear weapons. this will be the third time the two men have met and the president says he hopes to invite kim jong-un to the white house very soon. new this morning, at least one person was killed in a crash on highway 24 overnight in orinda. chp said a car was headed the wrong way in the westbound lanes near the gateway boulevard off ramp just before 2:00 this morning. wilder road there. at least one other person was seriously injured and had to be taken to the hospital by the helicopter. all lanes were cleared by 4:45 this morning. well, happening now, we are going to be showing you the san francisco pride parade that is about to get under way a couple hours from now. there are some street closures to tell you about. you can see along market street and the parade will start at market and embarcadero and end at civic center. the sf pride parade starts just a few hours from now. let's check in with elissa
harrington waiting in that area where a lot of the floats are staging. the crowds are starting to fill in, elissa? >> reporter: yes. people are starting to show up now to grab a good place along the parade route. behind me i want to show you the floats. there is amazon's float with a bunch of colorful boxes. employees are wearing shirts that say glamazon. right next to that is comcast. facebook rolled in in a double- decker bus. a lot of excitement here getting under way before the parade starts at 10:30. and several tributes to the stonewall inn to mark 50 years since the stonewall uprising. the plaid starts at 10:30. it is supposed to end at 3:00. there are nearly 300 contingency this is year. it will be huge. spectators will be seeing
bikes and motorcycles, as well down market street. >> when we ride down market street in the parade for me it symbolizes all the times little girls are told they can't have a motorcycle. it is their chance to say yes, we can. >> it is a term we refer to our own selves and a term for power. >> reporter: san francisco pride parade is one of the largest in the world. the theme this year is generations of resistance. the best advice i can give to people coming to the parade, don't drive here. try to take public transportation. there is road closures all over the place near market street. there are tow trucks out here. we have seen emergency vehicles come through. the floats need a place to stay put. if you are parks in the area move your car before you get towed. a lot in store. thousands of people expected to line the streets to watch. elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2
news. >> thank you, elissa. a familiar face with the san francisco giants, there we are, the organization returning to the team on tuesday. larry baer will keep his title as the giant's president and ceo. coming back after three months of suspensions after an altercation with his wife back in march recorded by cell phone. the video shows baer grabbing a phone and papers out of his wife's right hand while she is screaming and falls to the ground. he later apologized for the stint. the giants released a statement that says... that says... during baer's absence the leadership structure changed
and other people have assumed some of baer's previous responsibilities we are told. well, a trash fire broke out late yesterday. large clouds of smoke made visibility difficult for drivers on highway 101 near the allen rock off ramp. at one point flames were 40 feet tall. crews needed an hour to get the fire under control burning at a maintenance yard for government vehicles. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. a fire cap and attain and two off-duty officers earned praise after they responded quickly to a house in their neighborhood. the fire quickly spread to the house next door. two people and a dog were rescue from the one house. three people and a dog inside the other home were able to make it out on their own. no one was injured and the cause of the fire is under
investigation. firefighters in the east bay are preparing for the threat of wildfires. live fire training drills were performed in green valley yesterday. the project will reduce the heavy fuels in the area >> we can practice, we can train and simulate, but the real thing is dinner than any simulation. it is important that we hone our skills in these controlled environments before we get into the depth of the wildfire season >> the bay area air quality management district also took part in yesterday's accessorize to make sure smoke from the training didn't impact surrounding homes. the time is 8:11. police in petaluma asking for help to identify a man that committed a sheft at a texas could station on petaluma
boulevard south. here is video of the incident. the vehicle was red and four- doors. the suspect 6'1", about 45 years of age and 200-pounds. if you have any information about the man in the video petaluma police would like to hear from you. don't be surprised if you see long lines at gas stations today. some drivers are trying to get one last full tank of gas before the state gas tax kicks in on july 1 tomorrow. they will collect an additional 5.06 cents a gallon. the money will be sprit between the state and government for more road repairs and improvements to public transit the salesforce building set to open after it was first opened six weeks ago.
there will be no bus service for the first few weeks, however. 8:13. coming up on mornings on 2, new laws are taking effect for police departments in california. how law enforcement will soon will required to provide more oversight when it comes to officer-involved shootings. ...6, 7, 8 ♪ ♪ ♪ big dreams start with small steps...
♪ here comes the sun. here comes the sun♪ >> here comes the sun by the beatles. a perfect song requested by perry her men nose on instagram because the sun is on its way in and the fog and clouds on their way out. it will be another nice day in the bay area. the forecast coming up. and president trump became the first sitting u.s. president to set foot inside of north korea. kim jong-un and president trump met for the first time since the talks broke down at the last summit held in vietnam. for more on this and other political news is david mccewan, a political science professor at sonoma state. good morning, david.
>> good morning. >> let's get your reaction on how big a deal this was to have these two leaders meet on north korean soil? what do you think? >> well, one, this is a dramatic, historic step that really no other president could make. it is symptomatic, emblematic of president trump's style. a shoot from the hip kind of uncrypted presidency. an unscripted moment. that is dramatic. the other almost is what comes next. on the other hand we have to remember that kim jong-un is a third generation tyrant. he kills people. nonetheless, a made for tv moment and right in the wheelhouse of how president trump operates. >> let's play off that, david. president trump wrote the book art of the deal.
is this part of his strategy to build the relationship, the one-on-one face time and broker a big nuclear deal with the country? >> to broker the big nuclear deal it will take concessions by the united states. certainly the north korea country holding on to their nuclear weapons is significant. ivanka trump and jared kushner played a large role in the trip, as well, the whole summit. that places someone like secretary of state mike pompeo in a difficult position because as the united states really forecasts what comes next and whether they will remove bases or forces from north korea, those types of concessions will be handles within the white house and that places the professional forecasting team at the state department or national security foreign policy teams sometimes at odds with what the white house wants. but clearly the made for tv
moment, wall-to-wall coverage is something that president trump really relishes. again, it is part of his presidency and we will see something rise out of this but the question is what do those details look like? >> certainly getting a lot of attention in the world stage including the pope saying it is a further step forward in the walk for peace. and who you had you think it played out in north korea? >> yes. for north korea it is a dramatic moment, as well. many of the team that failed the forecasting last time were executed. what are they going to do and what concessions happen from their side? that obviously effects south korea. south korean politics, japan and what happens to the japanese economy, the chinese. the regional implications of this are dramatic. that also spills over to iran and renegotiating the iranian
nuclear deal. so president trump will want to play the opposite of this but the question is what do the details look like? is it sizzle or stake? >> they certainly have a lot on the plate. let's play off that. the progress with china at the g20 summit. the president trump tweeting the quality of the transaction is far more important than the speed. apparently he is not in a hurry but at least they are chatting. your reaction to that? >> there are domestic policy implications for this. as we move closer and closer to the 2020 re-election period and as democrats start to go after this administration in terms of its tone and rhetoric, the trump administration is really going to key on a couple of issues. one of the issues is immigration but the other is the state of the economy. as the economy turns along, the chinese will have an important component to that, an important role in that. that will effect the negotiations. when we look at what happens to
farmers or manufacturing and the auto industry, the mt. want to go back and forth in managing the tariffs and the structure of those agencies and the structure of those industries because that effects his vote managers in places like wisconsin and minnesota. >> was there in a winner in the democratic debate this is week and perhaps a lose center. >> certainly beto bombed. california's own kamala harris clearly a winner out of this debate. she will be able to move her campaign forward and so will lizbeth warren >> it should be interesting. david, always a pleasure. thank you for joining us on this early sunday morning. >> thank you for having me,
happy pride parade day. san francisco is still dealing with clouds and fog. you can see the gray there but the blue skies are peeking out a little bit. we are expecting that to burn off by mid-morning to early afternoon, just when the pride parade really get into the swing of things. we are about two hours away from the parade but things are shaping up nicely here this morning. san francisco right now the current temperatures are in the mid 50s. if you have plans on heading over, take a look at this. you can see the transamerica building in the distance. it is gray in the city. partly cloudy and cool in the city, about 55 degrees. we will warm up to low 60s in san francisco. if you are in the city, heading up to the city for the pride parade, bring a jacket, a couple layers, because the sun will peek out a little bit, but it will be breezy. we are expecting gusts upwards of 18 miles per hour during the day. into the evening we are expecting gusts up to 21 miles per hour. by later evening it will be partly cloudy and breezy, about 56 degrees the high expected in the city today.
right now shaping up nicely. 58 degrees currently in oakland. 60 degrees in walnut creek and hayward. 63 in concord and 59 in napa. compared to this time yesterday we are seeing a record broken by napa set in 200 . the low yesterday 45 degrees. we will warm up nicely today. 82 degrees where we are expecting to land in santa rosa today. 85 in concord and antioch. san jose will be about 80 degrees today. oakland 71 degrees. redwood 77 and morgan hill 85 degrees. here is a look at the extended
forecast. we are in a gradual warm up. what you are feeling today is really not much different than what we saw yesterday. just a little warmer, maybe a degree or two here or there. that will really take us into the week. we have a trough hanging over the west coast that is keeping our temperatures like this. but a ridge of high pressure moves in the middle to end of next week in time for the 4th of july holiday. inland for 4th of july it will be in the upper 80s. around the bay it will be in the mid 70s and along the coast in the mid 60s. >> pack 2 layers today. coming up, opponents are taking a trump administration rule on moral objections to health care procedures to court. more on how that could effect health care in san francisco. and a number of participants are out on the cam
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wilson, heard it through the grapevine ♪ thank you for being with us. well, people are thinking of 4th of july plans coming up. not just is san francisco pride parade. what are we expecting? >> oh, yes. we have a gradual warm up and by the end of the week we will see a ridge of high pressure over the bay area bringing in slightly warmer temperatures than we have seen the last couple of days. let's look live at the golden gate bridge. there are still clouds and fog hanging overhead. we will experience that until it burns off mid-morning to early afternoon. starting out with am clouds but mostly sunny is where we will end up today. here is a look at the band of clouds moving through. this will take us through the last couple of hours but once
we get to 8:30 which is where we are now, you can see much of the cloud cover moved out of the way. really just lingering a i long the coast. if you are in the city of san francisco, it will be lingering there a little longer. about 55 degrees in san francisco right now. 59 in oakland. 61 in walnut creek and 60 in san jose at 83:00 this morning. 63 in concord and 58 in santa rosa. we will warm up a bit. 82 degrees in santa rosa is where you will end up today, and a little below normal for this time of year. 65 in the city. 71 in oakland. 81 the high expected in livermore and san jose will be about 80 degrees. if you like the way it felt yesterday, you will be feeling the same thing today for the most part. we will warm up a bit more later into the week and i will explain the 4th of july forecast coming up next. happening now we are two hours away from the big pride parade in san francisco. hundreds of thousands of people
will be there to celebrate and see all of the colorful floats and take part in the parade. some people are already showing up to get a good spot along the parade route on market street. driving to the city is, of course, not recommended this morning. there are a lot of street closures and detours because of the parade. people are encouraged to take public transportation instead. dikes on bikes will kick off the pride parade, part of the 27th annual dikes march at the park yesterday. we were there and talked to people about what pride means to them. to them. >> reporter: the rainbows, the music and love are all around you this weekend >> it is a really big year. i feel like everybody is really getting behind pride in a way that i don't think i have seen before. i mean, it feels really good. i feel like the 50th year of stonewall is really important. it is really pulling people
together. >> reporter: saturday evening's dike march brought thousands out to delores park but pride celebrations are a contrast to another reality, one where they must still fight for equal rights and face real threats to their lives. >> it is important to tell people to get out and register and vote. the only way we will make a difference is to get out there and vote regardless of what we think is going on. >> reporter: the march kicked off at 5:00 p.m. it was a demonstration of self- love and acceptance. >> i love when i see a lot of different companies that they have a gay flag logo behind them that shows support so they are not afraid to say they support the lgbtq community. >> reporter: the goal is to give the community space to be seen and heard. it was an incredible honor to receive such an invitation at
the end. end. sharing part of a very important day. important day. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. senator and presidential candidate kamala harris is taking part in today's price festivecies speaking at the annual pride breakfast at 9:00. she will walk at the parade before speaking at the main stage and civic center at 12:25. former vice president joe biden is holding fundraiser in washington state today. he was in the bay area yesterday and friday for a private fundraiser. other presidential candidates included senator corey booker, criticizing biden's comments on racial issues at this week's rainbow push conference in chicago. chicago.
>> so, it is time to take on racism right on, to tear down the barriers to success and make sure everyone has a seat at the table >> we can level the playing field and put $50 billion into our historically black colleges and universities [cheering & applause] >> vermont senator bernie sanders is also on the campaign trail this weekend. he talked to supporters at a pride parade in new hampshire. and texas congressman beto o'rourke is visiting areas close to his hometown of el paso. he is planning a rally in the u.s. outside a migrant facility, as well. he has proposed an immigration plan that would provide a pathway to citizenship and deploy thousands of lawyers to help process asylum cases.
a federal judge in san francisco has delayed a federal rule allowing medical employees to deny care on moral or religious grounds. a new trump administration rule was supposed to go into effect on july 22, protecting health care employees who decline to perform abortions and other treatments because of their religion. the rule is facing legal challenges here in california. a final ruling will be delayed until november. a judge aproved the delay yesterday. san francisco would have faced losing a billion dollars in health care funding had the rule taken effect. authorities in el dorado county are trying to find whoever is responsible for vandalizing a memorial of a fallen sacramento police officer tara o'sullivan. a rock display dedicated in her honor was vandalized on saturday. community members have repaired it since. the 26-year-old rocky officer was shot and killed while in the line of duty earlier this month while trying to protect a
victim of domestic violence. people who live near that display cannot believe someone would deface that rock display >> that is heart wrenching. all our members of the club support that rock. we are part of the community, as well, you know? we hate to see anything like that. it is not necessary. it is ashame that one bad apple ruins the whole crop. the rock is very significant. >> last saturday the el dorado county sheriff's office met with officer o'sullivan's family and escorted them to the rocks painted in her honor. community members are stopping by to pay their respects, as well. illegal street racing led to a crash that killed a man just after 5:00 last night near 51st avenue and san leandro streets. a driver of a 1992 subaru legacy station wagon was racing when he lost controlled veered across the westbound lanes and hit a pole. the other driver kept going.
investigators say it is still too early to know if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. if you witnessed the crash, police would like to you call them. the piedmont city council will reconsider the use of traffic cameras they have three dozen already at intersections. the city council will vote tomorrow night on whether to spend $113,000 to add arm cameras at four more intersections. police say the cameras help catch suspects from previous crimes but others worry about the privacy implications. starting tomorrow california will have a consistent policy on when police departments release video from body cams worn by officers. a new state law will require departments to release the body cam video within 45 days of what is called a critical incident, including any time an officer fire as gun or uses force that causes great bodily harm or death. the law allows departments to
request an extension. the bill's author will join us on the 9 tomorrow to talk about that new law. and starting tomorrow, you will have to pay more to drive across the golden gate bridge. most tolls including fast track and carpool rates will go up $0.35. fares in the golden gate ferry and transit bus are also going up, part of a five year plan approved in march to recover a $75 million budget gap. tolls could be as high as $9.75 by the year 2023. and some taking public transit will also pay more. muni single fares will increase a quarter to $3. monthly passes on clipper cards will go up $3 to $81. an transit raising fares starting tomorrow. adult fares are going up to $2.50. children and senior and disabled fares are going up
to $1.25. the transit will use the extra revenue to provide safe and efficient service. starting tomorrow also the minimum wage will go up in seven bay area cities. in san leandro workers will make $14. in fremont and alameda it is going up to $13.15 an hour. berkeley and san francisco minimum wages are increasing to $15.59 and workers in emoryville will be hitting the jackpot with minimum wages of $16.30 per hour. after months of work the salesforce transit center is about to reopen. the plan under way to get the transit hub back open again. and people in the bay area queer community have relied on night life to create their own spaces to feel safe. now how san francisco gay bars and clubs are facing new
♪ ♪ good sunday morning. happy pride parade day. did you know this was freddie mercury's favorite song he wrote? things will be warming up and the sun will be shining in a couple of hours and san francisco, just in time for the parade to kick off. we are expecting mostly sunny conditions throughout the bay area today. i will explain the pride forecast and 4th of july forecast coming up next. allie? >> one of my favorites, too, thank you, sarah. we are looking back at some of the milestone moments for the lgbtq community. in 1982 one of the first gathering spots for gays had
full length windows, but the fight is not over. >> reporter: the san francisco castro district is an area with an open and welcoming night life since the 1970s. >> this is the first bar i ever went in the castro. >> reporter: in 1972 owners of twin peaks tavern changed the narrative for the lgbtq night life, bringing it out of the closet after installing full length windows where people could be seen, becoming what is believed to be the first bar in the nation to do so. >> when they opened up the windows it was a pioneering moment. most bars were dark and you had to hide. >> everybody told them it will not make it. people will not come in here. >> reporter: but club owners say over the years the night life in the castro has had its ups and downs. today smartphone apps allow people to meet up without going out, but some say ten years ago the creation of this
reality competition show brought people back into the night life. >> people came. >> reporter: this person knows firsthand. >> i am a drag race alumni and the show has really changed the way night life happens. >> reporter: the area has changed with the times. some say it is becoming more inclusive as the community gains more allies. others say doing that is coming at a cost. >> this is the queer acceptance we achieved, we are sort of losing sight of the beautiful things in our community, our identity, uniqueness and what we bring to the table. >> reporter: for decades the castro has been considered the home of the gay community in san francisco but as the lgbtq community has become more diverse they say they don't fit in and some say the future of the queer community is outside this neighborhood. >> we don't have a space for
women and other trans to dedicate themselves. >> reporter: people in the lgbtq often say they feel left out in the castro. bike tuesday, dedicated to those that don't fit in in a place that is supposed to be welcoming to all. in san francisco i am paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news tvu fox 2 . >> this story is one of several that ran in our half hour special a history of pride. if you missed it, it airs again tonight at 6:30 following ktvu fox 2 news at 6:00. 8:48 now. sarah, how is the weather? >> we started off this morning with clouds in a lot of areas. the east bay, south bay and north bay have all cleared up for the most part.
you may still be dealing with high clouds but in san francisco a much different story. still very gray in the city. pride parade starts in less than two hours at 10:30 this morning. and in san jose you can see it is clearing up and looking very nice this morning. things will clear up really all across the bay area to san francisco and along the coast really throughout this morning and later on into the afternoon hours. if you have any plans on heading over to the city or if you are in the city now, you will be experiencing those mostly sunny skies and breezy conditions, too. for the most part mostly sunny skies this afternoon. inland mid 80s. some areas may hit upper 80s. along the bay and coast mid 60s to 70s. in the city it is in the mid 50s right now. partly cloudy. you saw that. bring a jacket, wear a jacket if you are heading out right now. you will want to then take it off because by noon we will get in the low 60s.
it will be mostly sunny and we will still feel the breeze. we are expecting wind gusts up to 18 miles per hour. and the wind will really persist throughout the day into the evening hours. a high in san francisco of 65 degrees. it will be partly cloudy later tonight. breezy conditions, as well. you can see the wind speeds right now. sfo clocking in at 7 miles per hour and sustained wind speeds. hayward same. 3 miles per hour in livermore. napa 13 miles per hour sustained wind speeds. you are feeling the breeze there. concord wind speeds 8 miles per hour. 60 degrees in oakland and hayward. same with redwood city and san jose. concord you warmed up to 63 degrees at 8:50 this morning. 64 in fairfield. napa 59 degrees and santa rosa 58 degrees. we will continue to warm up. slightly warmer in some spots than what we saw yesterday. very similar highs and conditions to our saturday forecast. for today, santa rosa will get to about 82 degrees. san rafael will be about 77
degrees. san francisco a high of 65 degrees expected today. oakland, you will get to 71 degrees. san jose about 80 degrees. inland areas may warm up. brentwood could get to 89 degrees today. concord and antioch you are both at 85 degrees. what can you expect for your 4th of july? we have this gradual warm up that really pushes into the beginning of the week. today, tomorrow, tuesday, we will all see those days very similar, just a couple degrees of difference. you will really not feel that big of a heat up but a ridge of high pressure builds by the 4th of july holiday weekend. it will feel more of a warm up by thursday. inland upper 80s around the bay, along the coast in the mid 60s. if you have plans to be in the inland cities in the east bay on the 4th of july holiday, make sure to pack on the sunscreen. if you have plans to grill out, it will be a warm one by the end of the week
>> a little of everything. thank you, sarah. the lgbt rights movement has faced uphill battles in the past. coming up, a deeper look at the devastating impact the aids epidemic took in the bay area and elsewhere and a missing hiker found in california. how a 73-year-old man survived after being lost for more than a week.
and the dubs are trying to sign big man 23-year-old center. he set up meeting not only with them but houston and the chicago bull, as well. and in baseball a dramatic three run 9th inning homer. look at this. 12-3, 19 starts against the giants. pablo swinging. see you later. 7 shutout innings. arizona piecing together runs. escobar singles home the first game run. loaded up, vargas, infield single. watch this throw to nowhere at 3rd. that will play 2 and that was the ball game. the giants lose it 4' 3. and the as at anaheim last night.
this pitch off the wall, part of a 3 run 5th inning for oakland. and matt chapman, bye-bye, his 20th. they win it 4-0 over the angels. if one of your holiday traditions to the past was a trip to the gump store in union square, you may be able to do it again. it was forced to shut down last december but now the owners in new york are planning an online version. the new owners say it would be difficult to have a perpetrate store because of the quote vagrancy, homelessness and grime on san francisco streets. those are their words but they say they would love to return under healthier conditions. coming up next, the san francisco pride parade begins in about an hour-and-a-half from now. the plans under way for one of the largest pride parades in
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what chp is saying about the moments leading up to the accident. president trump making history as the first sitting us president to steps foot on north korean soil. . one of the biggest pride parade in the world happening today in san francisco. how organizers are hoping to keep the memory of past persons alive today.♪ [ music ] welcome back. that will wake you up this sunday morning. ng. blue skies, a little fog in the distance. if you are over in oakland pretty quiet.
welcome to mornings on 2. >> good morning, sarah is a workhorse. >> i am ill again for my friend who needs a little time off. taking a live look outside and you can see it is pretty great. it is a little breezy right now. we are expecting gusts up words of 20 miles per hour later in the afternoon. we are expecting things to clear up. mild-warm conditions. 60s-upper 80s across the bay area. some am clouds that will burn off by the middle of the morning. if you have plans are heading over to the pride parade right
now in the city it is in the middle 50s and partly cloudy. layer up. around noon it will be in the low 60s and mostly sunny. you are going to feel the breeze. later on today the high in san francisco would be 65, partly cloudy and breezy. you can see sustained wind at 40 miles per hour at sfo. we saw those blue skies in san jose. napa has 12 mile-per-hour sustained wind speeds. right now it is 62 degrees in oakland. warming up a bit in concord. san jose is at 63 right now on this sunday morning. we did break some records yesterday, record lows. you can see napa broke a record low of 45 degrees yesterday.
that was set in 2000 want a 47. we will warm up just a bit today. highs expected in santa rosa, everywhere across the bay we are at or slightly above the norm. we are expecting a gradual warm up to continue and we will have your fourth of july forecast coming up. the president making history this morning by walking across the korean dnc. >> he was issued a very informal invitation by kim jong- un.[ clip playing ] p playing ] >> the meeting was arranged after the president said he will be willing to meet while he was in asia for the g 20 summit. after crossing and he thanked the north korean leader saying his agreement made them both look good.
>> i think the relationship that we develop has meant so much to so many people. it is an honor to be with you and it was an honor that you asked me to step over the line. i was proud to step over the line. >> the two met for nearly one hour. they agreed to negotiate. this is the third time they have met. >> the president says he hopes the invite kim jong-un to the white house sometime soon. >> if the president did extend the white house invitation to the leader of north korea that won't fit very well with many members of congress. it will be problematic. you have to remember he's a third-generation tyrant and someone who kills his own
people. as a result to be embraced, what comes next? >> about the trump and jerry kushner said to have played a big role but could put mike pompeo in a difficult position. at least one person is killed in a crash. chp says a car was headed the wrong way in the westbound lane just before 2:00 this morning. at least one person was seriously injured and had to be taken to the hospital. all lanes were cleared this morning. a very familiar face with the san francisco giants is returning back to the team. he is coming back to power, he has been out for more than three months after major league baseball suspended him for this altercation back in march.
the video shows him grabbing a phone and papers out of his wife's hand while she hits the ground. he later apologized for the incident. the giants released the following statement. following statement. a team executive telling the chronicles during his absence the leadership structure has changed and others have assumed some of his previous responsibilities. fire crews spent the early morning hours monitoring the spot where a fire broke out early yesterday. large plumes of smoke may visibility difficult. at one point flames were reported to be 3 feet tall. the fire was burning and a meat ms. sharper government
vehicles. the cause is still under investigation. two off-duty police officers and a retired captain were praised for their quick response. a fire started in the garage of a home and quickly spread to the home next door. the officers and retired fire captain live in the neighborhood and knocked on the door of the home, they went inside after not getting an immediate response. three people and a dog inside the other home were able to make it out of their home. excitement is going for the san francisco pride parade. and about an hour and have the colorful floats will make their way down the street. we have been out there all morning long as folks are getting pretty excited. >> reporter: the parade is not start until 10:30 am, people are starting to trickle in to get a good spot. some of them are dressed up. i see someone that looks like
they are in a wolf costume, and then right inside of the barriers are members doing crowd control. they are also the ones who lead the parade each year. they say they have several hundred bikes this year. they usually have more, and a lot of people went to new york. i got a chance to speak with the president this morning. here's what she had to say. >> it is certainly a celebration about creating space for who we are. it is important for us to remember the work that went into doing this and the work that goes into the continued resistance and the work that we have yet to do. >> we also had a chance to see a lot of floats that are in this year's parade. we saw a lot of balloons,
litter, rainbows. i five float that was like a unicorn, plenty of double- decker buses. people getting really excited. people say there is a lot of meaning behind the theme. even though this is a celebration members of the community say it is also about remembering how far we all still have to go for equal rights. rits. you might see long lines at gas stations around the state today. some drivers are trying to get one last full tank before the state gas tax goes up tomorrow. the state will start collecting additional money to be split between state and local government. it is said to pay for roadway and bridge repairs as well as improvements in public transit. public transit. the san francisco transit
center is set to reopen tomorrow. also starting tomorrow, alameda county will no longer let the overdue book fines. the library says elimination will help to ensure library access to those who need it the most. contra costa county, berkeley and oakland are among the libraries that have already done away with library fees. opponents are taking a trump administration rule to court. how doctors and nurses could be allowed to opt out of providing care. a bay area community is not forgetting the history of the aids epidemic. how a call to action sprang out of one of the most challenging times in history. this is fred. he's dancing like nobody's watching.
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♪ ♪ this is how driving should feel. the tech-advanced nissan leaf. the best selling electric vehicle of all time. this is nissan intelligent mobility. ♪ the lgbt community is using san francisco pride week to celebrate advancements being made was the remembering the struggles. back in the 80s san francisco was at the center of the devastating aids epidemic that took the lives over 20,000 people in san francisco alone. we have the horrific toll it took, the fear caused, and the activism it has inspired.
>> it was a time of great sorrow and overwhelming terror. >> reporter: he was there when they mysterious virus began ripping through the heart of san francisco's community. >> it was not unusual to see people collapse and die on the street. >> dying from a virus that first no one had ever heard of, aids. it shuts down the patient's immune system, allowing and deadly infections. >> i was one of the earliest people to be infected and i am one of the longest living survivors. there were many times that i didn't really inc. i was going to make it. >> the worst epidemic. people were afraid. >> this oncologist is one of the pioneers of aids research. he saw his first patient in 1981. >> here is this 22-year-old guy dying of this tumor that i
never bothered studying because it was so rare. >> at first doctors had no idea what they were dealing with. there were no cures, all they could really do was watch them slowly wither away. >> couples will come in, two men that were essentially married, one would die and then the next . it was horrible. >> the disease would eventually kill 20,000 people in san francisco, a most man spread most often through sexual contact. it was common to see young man with sunken cheeks, looking almost goes like. >> i am so lucky. so many others warrant. >> the former san francisco supervisor was diagnosed with hiv in 1996. >> i am in bed with a fever of 104 and i cannot move. i am paralyzed with fatigue. >> with aids came fear, stray people wondered about sitting
on a bus next to a person. what if he sneezes? this is what happened when a person with aids once came for an interview. >> a song i would not micah patient because he was concerned about coming too close. >> it also brought out homophobia. >> they have bumper stickers that said it is killing all the right people. >> in 1986 a school district would not allow a five-year-old to attend kindergarten after he contracted aids through a tainted blood transfusion. the administration was worried about him spreading the virus to other children. sadly he would die of the disease five years later. years later. ♪[ music ] >> one church was holding as many as four funerals per day for victims as soon as one ended, and other would begin. the federal government had a mostly silent about the so-
called disease. the now us senator dianne feinstein said san francisco set the standards for research and care. >> it became evident to me when i saw that some people wanted to ignore it, we had to set an example. we were really the first city to devote local funds for research and treatment. >> cleveland jones wanted to show the toll it was taking. >> the quilt still moves me. >> in 1987 he created a idea for the aids quilt, the names of the dead stitched together, one next to the other. >> i had the idea of showing congress and the president the consequences of their failures. i was not prepared for the artistry. the really extraordinary beauty of it. >> a piece hangs on the wall of the restaurant in market and castro. >> i am reminded the 20,000 of my friends and neighbors were
killed by this disease. >> by 1996 researchers came up with a mixture able to suppress the virus that became known as the aids cocktail. >> a fistful of pills three times per day, you feel sick immediately after. by the time i got over being sick from the bill to have to take another dose. they kept me alive. >> now he and others can take just one, there is still no cure and people still die. in san francisco the memory of it for many have not passed. >> we took care of people. we created the meal delivery program and the buddy program and the housing program and the spiritual program. i think that i san francisco's we look back at our city's response we have every reason to be proud. >> so much progress made and much more to do. that story will be included in our encore presentation and that will air tonight at at
6:30 pm. the pride parade a little more than one hour from now. let's find out are we going to need a jacket? >> you are definitely going to need a jacket this morning. the good news is you will probably be able to take it off a little later in the day. you can take a live look outside. we are experiencing some breezy conditions. it is really going to persist throughout the day. the south bay looking nice, take a live look out toward san jose. a beautiful start to this sunday. these are your weather headlines. a cloudy start to the day. still lingering along the coast. this afternoon mostly sunny skies. tomorrow we are going to experience minor warming. if you are planning on heading to the city for the start of the pride parade right now we are in the middle 50s. it will warm to the low 60s and
be mostly sunny, still going to be feeling that persistent breeze. we are expecting wind up to 80 miles per hour and that will take us into the evening hours. by 4 pm we are expecting a high of 65 degrees. the clouds will roll land and it will be breezy. 21 mile-per-hour gusting by later on this evening. right now you are feeling it at sfo. mountain view 6 miles per hour. hayward is filling a little bit of a breeze. pretty calm and parts of the north bay. santa rosa as 60 degrees right now to get your sunday morning started. 65 degrees in oakland, warming up a bit in concord. compared to this time yesterday we are slightly warmer in some
locations. a little cooler compared to this time yesterday. on yesterday we saw pretty low lows for this time of year. these are the forecasted highs for today. it will definitely be warmer inland than anywhere else across the bay. 80 degrees in san jose today. santa cruz and 75. we are seeing those clouds persist along the coast. beware of that if you have any plans. big news this weekend is the pride parade. big news later on this week is 4 july. today plan to be in the middle 80s inland, middle 70s around the bay and middle 60s along the coast. our gradual warm up continues into your workweek.
by the middle to end of next week high pressure does begin to build and bring slightly warmer temperatures than what we've seen. you are expected to be pretty warm inland. coming up next, tesla's concern about recent exposure to e. coli bacteria. how doctors are taking action to contain an outbreak. stay right there.
of the fireworks that were turned in. a tragedy is leading to a recall of about 25,000 fireworks. they are recalling 18 products after a 12 your boy in ohio lost a hand. he and another boy found the broken end of a talon rocket, lidded and it exploded. emergency rooms have treated more than 9000 fireworks related injuries last year. a list of the recalled fireworks is at kutv.com. health officials confirm one child is dead and three others became very sick after visiting the county fair this month. the child who died was two years old after being exposed to the e. coli bacteria. the other children were not sick enough to become hospitalized. investigators say all four are linked the contact with animals. >> safety and security is our
number one priority, always will be, and will continue to be. unfortunately, when you have livestock or animals there is a potential risk. >> the fair will remain open through the fourth of july, but has shut down all animal exhibits where the public may be coming into contact with that bacteria. starting tomorrow the california department of motor vehicles plans to open select offices one hour earlier than usual. 53 additional field offices will open at 7 am every weekday except on wednesday. agencies are hoping the change will help to ease some of the wait times. the offices will continue to open at 9 am on wednesday and close 5:00 daily. offices with extended hours include san mateo, stockton, and the oakland-claremont field office. a new law is taking effect for police offices in california. how law enforcement will soon be required to be more
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motivated on a beautiful day. you are looking at mount diablo. lo. >> there is oracle arena. folks are heading north to oakland and we are listening to tom petty. >> it's not totally quiet, the coliseum is right in that area. >> that is true. we are going to do a little cooking later. if you have a barbecue in mind he is putting a different spin on burgers and hotdogs. >> his stuff is always delicious and i love that there are always extras. good morning, we have sarah here keeping us company with a look at our weather forecast. >> if you want to get on the grill it is going to be warmer. inland locations could see highs upwards of local -- low
80s. before we get there we have a few days to go and a huge event today, the pride parade starts in just about one hour in san francisco. we are expecting highs in the middle 60s. we did start out for a lot of the bay area with am clouds. we are expecting mild-warm today, 60s to upper 80s in some spots. mostly sunny by the afternoon. here is a look at your pride forecast. partly cloudy and cool in san francisco. by 12:00 we will be seeing a high of about 62. it will be mostly sunny and breezy. later in the afternoon the breeze will persist. we are expecting cost upwards of 21 miles per hour. right now 66 degrees getting your morning started in oakland, d,
we will warm up just a bit, still a little bit below average for santa rosa. 82 degrees is the high that is expected. the normal this year at about 85 degrees. livermore, 81 degrees is your high. of course san francisco is expecting 65 degrees. we will talk a little more about your extended forecast and the slight warm-up that we will be experiencing coming up next. at least one person was killed in a crash on highway 24. chp logs shows that a car was headed the wrong way near the gateway boulevard offramp just before 2 am this morning. at least one other person has to be taken to the hospital by helicopter. all lanes are back open by 4:45 am this morning. oakland police say illegal
street racing led to a crash that killed a man near 57th avenue. the driver apparently lost control and hit a pole. police said the other driver kept driving. investigators say it is too early to know if drugs or alcohol may have played a role. police are asking anyone who might've witnessed the crash to get them a call. authorities are trying to find those responsible for vandalizing a memorial to fall and -- to a fallen police officer. a rock display was vandalized on saturday. committee members have since painted over the graffiti. she was shot and killed in the line of duty earlier this month while trying to protect a victim of domestic violence. those who live near the display cannot believe someone would deface it. >> it is heart wrenching.
our members support the rock. we are a part of the community. we hate to see anything like that. it is a shame that one bad apple ruins the whole crop. the rock is very significant. >> last saturday the el dorado county sheriff's office met with that officers family and escorted them to the rocks that were painted in her honor. community members are now stopping by to pay their respects. president trump heading home after wrapping up a very busy week in asia including the g 20 summit and the informal meeting with kim jong-un. he became the first president to step north of the dnc. kim jong-un invited the president across the concrete barrier where the two shook hands and posed for the cameras.
the meeting was supposed to last a few minutes, they met privately for almost one hour. mr. trump says they agreed to work toward talks on north korea's nuclear stockpile. after the meeting the president told thousands of us troops assembled in south korea. >> our most powerful weapon will always be you, no matter what we do it will always be the american warrior. r. no one is tougher and no one is braver. you are loved by our citizens. you have no idea how much our people love our military. >> the president also outlined upgrades including ships, planes, and missiles. air force one expected to return shortly after 5 pm tonight. a federal judge has the latest federal rule that allows medical employees to my care on moral or religious grounds.
a new rule was supposed to go in effect on july 22. it protects employees who declined to perform abortions and other treatments. the rule is facing legal challenges in california. both the trump administration and opponents agreed to delay a final ruling until november. san francisco one face losing billions in healthcare funding at the rule taken affect later this month. starting tomorrow california will have a consistent policy on when police department can release body camera video. a new state law will require departments to release the video within 45 days of what is called a critical incident. it includes any time an officer fire for god or uses for the causes great bodily harm or death. the law does allow departments to request an extension if releasing the video would interfere with the criminal investigation. the author of the bill is a san francisco some women who will join us tomorrow to talk about
the new law. starting tomorrow you will have to pay more to drive across the golden gate bridge. most tolls will go up $.35. there's on the golden gate transit bus and ferry will also go up as part of a five-year plan to cover a budget gap. tolls were some will be as high as $9.75 by the year 2023. other people taking public transit in the bay area will also pay a little more. single ride cash fares will increase one quarter. monthly passes on clipper cars will go up to $81 per month. ac transit is also raising fares. adult fares are going up 15 since starting tomorrow. children, seniors and disabled are increasing one dime. ac transit says it will use the extra revenue to provide safe and efficient service. former vice president joe biden is holding fundraisers in washington state today.
he was in the bay area yesterday and friday for private fundraisers. other candidates are criticizing his comments on racial issues in chicago. a congresswoman, elizabeth warren and amy klobuchar are among those who also spoke at that conference. >> we are using this time to take on racism, to tear down the barriers to success and make sure everyone has a seat at the table. >> we can level the playing field and put $50 billion into our historically black colleges and universities. >> senator bernie sanders is also on the campaign trail, he walk with supporters in a pride parade in new hampshire. beto o'rourke is headed to mexico today. he will visit just across the border from his hometown.
he is planning to visit with my griffin organizations that provide immigration assistance. he is also planning a rally in the us outside a migrant detention ability. he has proposed an immigration plan that will provide a pathway to citizenship and deploy thousands of lawyers to help process asylum cases. kamala harris is taking part in today's prices cities -- pride festivities at the annual pride practice. she will then walk in the parade . she is set to speak at 12:25 pm. we are just about one hour away from the big pride parade. crowds are showing up to get a spot. we are live to show you what it looks like. i am looking at the barriers, more people than there were just half an hour ago. >> reporter: a lot of people
starting to come out. i am standing here and you can see i am surrounded by members. a few hundred bikes will head out down market street. they lead the parade every single year. a lot of people starting to come out and get a good spot. tell me why you like to come out? tell me your thoughts? >> i love it because it is all about love. i have walked the parade a couple of times and everyone is joyful. it makes you quiver inside. it is so beautiful. all we need is to love one another and the world will be okay. i can get that here so that's why i come every year. >> reporter: what is your favorite part? >> it is love, everyone is
happy. >> what you think about this year's theme? some people that i talked to say it is a time to reflect. how do you feel about it? >> i think it is great. we were just talking about how children want to be in the parade. all the generations coming together, pure love. >> reporter: what did you do to prepare? it looks like you have some snazzy outfits. >> my button and my collection of outfits. you have to have a 22. and you have to check out the shoes. aren't they cool? i have the trans colors and the rainbow, equality for all. >> thank you so much. a lot of fun already. the parade does not start until 10:30 am. down the street we have seen a lot of cool floats being staged. a lot of balloons, streamers,
we saw some double-decker buses. there will be almost 300 contingencies this year. a huge event will take place from 10:30 am until around 3 pm. all sorts of other different events. if you are coming to the city the best advice i can give you is take public transportation because parking is pretty tricky. and a lot of road closures. the fourth of july is just a few days away. if you need inspiration when it comes to your party menu we have some ideas. stay with us.
tuesday a lot of people will be getting ready for the big holiday. let's go out to the rooftop deck with frank and our favorite chef. >> it smells great. leave it to the all american holiday, nothing says fourth of july like burgers and hotdogs. you are putting a korean spin on the hotdogs and making your burgers and little taste of italy. i love a classic burger and a classic hot dog. >> sometimes you just have to break the rules. >> when ketchup and mustard just won't do you have to have a little fun. >> what we have is a grilled hot dog with the roger, pickles, carrots, and pickled bell peppers.
when you go to eat korean food they always have interesting little things and that is one of those things. it is like a korean sauerkraut. >> we just marinated the peppers and the carrots to make them more pickled the balance out the richness of the beef hot dogs and the sirota. >> when picking out a good dog does it matter? >> everyone has the kind they like. for years i loved hebrew national. it is just what i grew up with. with. pick your favorite one. i think that you should always try to go for high-quality. >> look at the finished product. without further ado we have
pesto. i never thought to put pesto on a burger. >> we wanted to do something fun and interesting. we have a high quality ground beef. i have this with salt and pepper. the trick with beef or hamburgers in general is don't mess around with them on the grill. just let them cook. we are turning these over. >> are you a double flipper? >> one and done. i have been doing it wrong. all that does is drain some of their juice. >> that is where all the flavor is. >> exactly. you want to use a couple of tricks to figure out if it is done or not. you are looking at it. we have a nice brown color. you are noticing that the patties are starting to shrink and then you can touch them. these are a little soft.
you want them to have a little more resistance. meanwhile, i am just going to reach over and grab a hot dog. just for added deliciousness we threw it on the grill. it does not take long. >> how about the pesto? >> we made it ourselves. it is just fresh basil leaves. you wash and dry it, grade up a little bit of garlic, you can do walnuts or almonds and a lot of olive oil. a little salt and pepper and that is it. you have some finished burgers here. >> while i am letting those go i'm just going to get you ready to taste. this is a process and i need to make sure you get to taste them. >> this will keep you busy.
it is going to be spicy. isn't it yummy? and that sauce has a little kick. >> it is really spicy. here is the bond. with the hot dog you have the pickled carrots and the sirota. i am just going to use my fingers. it is easier. for the burger these might be a little bit on the rare side. i just want to show you. you can put on the fresh mozzarella. you can do this on the grill if you want but you don't have to. the heat from the burger is really going to help you out. maybe one or two slices of tomato. i thought that i had one on the grill. there you go.
>> how fun is that? the fourth of july is thursday. get the grill ready. try that burger out. is it pretty good? >> it is delicious. >> let me take a bite before we toss it back. that is good. that should be a staple. well done. the recipe for all of those goodies is on our web links section at kutv.com . we will see you in a little bit. what a great day to be out, not too hot and not too cold. >> you saw blue skies peeking out behind those clouds in the
live shot. you did see a little bit of that breeze. as we get into the later morning hours that will start breaking off. you can see above the gray is blue. we are shaping up nicely this morning. we did start off the morning partly cloudy. all across the bay area saw some high clouds. staying along the coast is where we are seeing those clouds. this afternoon mostly sunny. here is your pride forecast. right now in san francisco we are in the middle six these. still a little bit cloudy out there. by 12:00 we will be at about 62 degrees. it will be mostly sunny and we will still feel the breeze. 18 mile-per-hour gusting is what we are expecting. by later on this evening the high in san francisco will be about 65 degrees. later on this evening we are expected partly cloudy skies.
right now in the city 56 degrees. s. you will warm up just a bit all across the bay area. santa rosa will get to about 82 degrees. brentwood could see a high of 89 degrees. 71 is your high expected in oakland, 65 in pacifica. as we move south san jose will be around 80 degrees for the high. 64 degrees in half moon bay today, 75 in mountain view. the gradual warm up, you're really not going to feel it too much. there isn't that much of a difference between yesterday and today. the biggest difference will come by the end of the week.
just to get you out the door this morning you can expect highs in the middle 80s inland and middle 70s around the bay. by the fourth of july we will be in the upper 80s inland for the most part and maybe low 90s in some areas. your fourth of july will be in the middle to upper 70s and along the coast middle to upper 60s. the gradual warm up will take us right into the holiday weekend. four the ideal grilling weather continues. when we come back we are going to check back in with frank upstairs with what they are cooking. stay with us. we're the slowskys.
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@to wash it down what do you recommend? >> you know, whatever you like, i bet rose will be really good. it is cold and it is refreshing. of course a beer would be great as well. >> you had me with everything. it is delicious and all on our website. always a pleasure. happy fourth of july. >> thank you so much. >> we are going to let him keep cooking and we are going to bring all the food downstairs. >> it looks really good. i love seeing the display and all of the ideas. he is so created. >> the weather is shaping up pretty nicely out there.
this is a live look out at san francisco. you can see the pride flag blowing in the wind. still a little cloudy, but we are going to warm up nicely. into your fourth of july holiday we will warm up even more. >> we thank you for joining us. enjoy your sunday and happy pride weekend, everyone. ♪ [ music ]
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