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trail, means the number of candidates isn't getting smaller yet. and those who fought the tubbs fire in santa rosa. the other cancinogenic things in their blood. this is ktvu fox 2 news at noon. good afternoon, everyone. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. we'll start in livermore. where police are accused of shooting and killing a teenager. officers say 21-year-old jorge luis tellez shot someone near stanley boulevard. the victim died just observe 2:00 this morning. officers say they searched tellez's home. anyone with information ons are whereabouts is asked to call police. prosecutors decided the
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fatal shooting of 2016 was legally justified after reviewing body cam video. >> drop it. trap it. >> we froze the video right before police opened fire. that video shows 55-year-old frances delacruz holding an ax and advancing toward officers. and it also shows him continuing to advance with the ax after being shot twice. loves then shot him four to five more times. an autopsy revealed he had methamphetamine in his system at the time. a new change to the police force. it would allow police to use it only when it's necessary to defend against an imminent threat. the current standard allows deadly force if the officer has reasonable fear that they are in danger. the governor is expected to sign the bill. a young boy in brentwood is seriously hurt after falling out a second-
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story window and landing on concrete. he fell at a home on princess way. he was air-lifted to uc davis medical center in sacramento. brentwood police are investigating why the child fell out of the window. in san francisco, police have identified the victim in a deadly shooting in the mission district. investigators say 15-year-old devan hahn was killed early yesterday morning. when authorities arrived, they say they saw a car speeding away. they chased it, but the driver escaped. police say this appears to have been a targeted shooting. if you have information. call police. out there on the campaign trail. bay area billionaire and activist tom steyer is making it official, he is running for president. he previously dismissed the idea in favor of running his ad campaign to impeach president trump. this comes just one day after congressman eric swalwell dropped out of the race. >> the next debates are just three weeks away. >> a somewhat surprising
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announcement adds another name to the crowded field to the democratic field of presidential hopefuls. >> my name is tom steyer. i'm running for president. >> after saying he would not make a run for the white house in january, bay area billionaire tom steyer changed his mind and entered late in the race. steyer will spend at least $100 million on his campaign. >> if you think there is something absolutely critical, try as hard as you can, and let the chips fall where they may. and that's exactly what i'm doing. >> steyer said his campaign is focusing on picking the political system and focusing on climate change. but some don't buy it. james taylor says steyer's real goal is to impeach president trump. >> his issue is a marginal issue. he doesn't have anything else that he has to offer the country at large, in terms of a policy agenda. >> steyer's 4-minute video made no mention
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of trump. he spent $62 million in an impeachment effort. >> obviously, corporations don't have hearts or souls or futures. they don't have children. they have a short time frame. and they really care about just making money. >> steyer's announcement comes just one day after east bay congressman eric swalwell pulled out of the race. swalwell said he didn't have the poll numbers or the money to continue into the fall. in a news conference, swalwell was asked about his thoughts on steyer's run. >> it's rough out there. but welcome to the race, tom. and i wish him well. >> in oakland, sara zendehnam, ktvu 2 news. and the next round of debates are on july 30th and 31st.
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they will be randomly drawn into two groups. they will move closer toward the goal of healthcare for all. the governor spoke this morning about e'the efforts to protect expand healthcare. the state budget passed and signed into law last month, includes first care healthcare moves. such as lowering prescription drugs and healthcare costs for all california families. the governor calls it a healthy healthcare budget. >> it is robust. it is comprehensive. i think it was very nuanced. it's a lturally competent budget. bottom up, not top down. and a budget that can make, i think, californians proud. but we still have a lot of work to do, and we recognize that on our way to universal coverage in california. >> the budget also provides lone relief for clinics that provide healthcare to patients on medi-cal and medicaid. they are calling for an
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improvement in working conditions. these nurses walked the picket line outside the hospitals this morning. they want to emphasize, though, this is not a strike. instead, they say they are work to draw attention to staffing levels and high turnover rates of nurse at the hospitals as they begin contract negotiations. they say investing in the nursing staff would allow the hospital to recruit and retain nurses, which would lead to the best care. >> it's important to retain recruits. but also that it is important to give good patient care. along with this contract, we're asking for better rest and meal breaks. >> the nurse says they're not getting their breaks during their shifts. the hospital is not commenting on the nurses' actions today. president trump has declared a state of emergency for california after last year's series ever quakes in the mojave desert. no one was seriously hurt. but many are being forced to move because of the earthquake damage. reporter phil shuman reports on
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the disaster relief under way. >> reporter: justin eldridge, working hard in the 95-degree heat. loading up a rented uhaul. packing up his parents home in trona. >> it is very tough. you've been here 50 years and everything like that. then all of a sudden, this devastation comes around with the earthquake. you know? and you gotta come over and help your parents out. >> reporter: the three-bedroom, two-bath house, red-tagged by the county. they made it through thursday's 6.4 with minimal damage. but friday's 7.1. well, take a look. >> got cracks all over the place. no retaining wall. no fans. >> you have someplace to go? >> well, yeah. i have three kids. i might just bunk with them a time or two. >> the weekend bunks have been outside. but now, their oldest daughter from bakersfield is here to take mom and dad home with her for now. >> they're going to come up with me for a little bit. and to see what we can do. go back and forth.
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and decide what. and i think that's the hardest thing. >> meanwhile, it was tense outdoor mattresses, but not that many. emergency workers said only 26 people slept out overnight. about 40 took advantage of the shelter. plenty of hot food and understanding. >> their nerves are still pretty rattled. and every aftershock. everything kind of moves and shakes. their nerves are coming down. >> caltrans continued rapid repairs on highway 178 between the two hard-hit communities. cracks being repaired. new asphalt. the fissures the quake opened up, now fenced off. >> and you can see back here. >> and now, it's recover. hope there's no more shaking. and start to think about rebuilding. whether you've lost a little or a lot. >> phil shuman reporting. some parts of this issue have been fenced off.
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particularly near roadways. but in places where it's open, it's attracting tourists. some people have been driving from hundreds of miles away, to get pictures for earthquakes. researchers say they believe the most notable rupture so far could be 28 miles long. usgs scientists need access to military land to confirm that number. here at home. hayward is targeting buildings. 300 so-called soft-story buildings in hayward have been identified as being at risk. a south story building is a structure with at least one floor, with openings, without seismicically engineered walls, to keep it from badly shake. shaking. starting next month, owners will be required to fill out screening forms. whether they intend to shore them up. high levels of mercury found in bay area firefighters. more on the other chemicals that popped up for those who battle the 2017 tubbs fire. also giving bay area
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airport some help. how federal authorities are stepping in with runway improvement. outside our doors this afternoon. a little blue sky over there. over the east bay. we are looking at a minor warmup. we'll have a look at what you can expect for the day and the rest of the week coming up. of savings and service. whoa. travis in it made it. it's amazing. oh is that travis's app? it's pretty cool, isn't it? there's two of them. they're multiplying. no, guys, its me. see, i'm real. i'm real! he thinks he's real. geico. over 75 years of savings and service.
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an american scientist with bay area ties has been found dead nearly a week after she
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went missing overseas. authorities found the body last night. shwas a molecular biologist. police have not released any other information about the circumstances surrounding her vet. an attorney with the santa clara county office. alvarez ran in front of the bulls. but then when he reached the end, he tried to take a selfie. and many thought the herd had already passed by upon. >> but that wasn't the case. there was a straggler. and i turned and it was like a truck or car. and i put my hand on my neck. and i saw blood. and i could see my neck was opened up. and i was stunned. >> alvarez said doctors told him it was beyond miraculous that the
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bull's horn did not hit a major artery. it did, though, break his cheek bone. leaf cable said the ambassador called the trump administration inept and chaotic. washington and london are at odds this week, over a series of leaked cables. they described the administration as diss functional and inept in the messages. president trump has since cut off eric and uninvited him from a white house event monday. but others are standing behind the ambassador, saying he's not to blame for the leaks. >> i think he's a fine public servant who has done a good job. but clearly he's been let down by the political system itself. >> but president trump remains fiercely critical of derek.
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claiming that it is not someone we are thrilled with. a very stupid guy. the president also criticized may r how she handled the british exit from the e.u. suggesting she should have taken his advice. >> many people accused the president of meddling. and it turns out, he was right. >> it's not clear if or when the ambassador will be replaced. but most believe the leaks won't have a long-term impact on the special relationship between washington and london. >> doesn't have the slightest impact on it. people in government know that they themselves are controversial. know that the whole job of an ambassador is to give a candid view. >> they are now investigating how those cables were leaked and who is responsible. in london, kitty logan, fox news. protestors in hong kong want the territory's chief executive to withdraw the controversial bill.
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the bill would have allowed hong kong citizens to be extradited to mainland china. previous bills have been called dead in the past. only for them to be formally withdrawn from the legislature. they want a full investigation into aggressive police tactics, they say used in recent weeks at demonstrations. chief executive land has proposed a city hall. happening in berkeley today. a proposal to require all new buildings in the city to have electric instead of gas. they call for phasing out natural gas. calling it a leading source greenhouse gas emissions in berkeley. it says using electricity for in-home appliances is a more responsible use of energy. awarding $20 million in r to make investments. san francisco international received more than $14 million for the faa for reimprovements.
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the airport is planning to resurface the runway, where a pothole opened up and delayed flights for hours. oakland, concord and livermore will receive some for taxi ways repairs and improvements. things are opening up quite a bit. >> we are looking at a warming trend. today, it will be a very minor one. but as we get into the second part of the business week or weekend. temperatures are going to feel a little more like summer. giving you a look on the east bay. east bay shores stuck under the clouds for most. here's a look at golden gate bridge. where we are socked in pretty good. we have fog over the areas of the bridge. san francisco right now. 55 degrees. santa rosa at 51. upper 50s, oakland, livermore. san jose at 57. the 24-hour temperature change shows you just that minor, minor warmup in many spots. novato, up by 4. livermore, cooler at this hour.
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san jose, up as well. half moon bay up by 5 degrees or so. the trend will go upward. a few degrees for today. here's a look at tropical storm tracker 2. where we have an unseasonably strong system moving through. you can see pacific northwest, as well as clipping northern california there. looks like all the way down about humboldt county. a possibility of scattered showers here in july. for us, we're just dealing with the cloud cover. that will change as we get into the second part of the afternoon. here's a look at the three-hour time lapse. and you can see the east bay shore. and along the coastline, we've got pretty good clearing, right over areas like capitola, santa cruz, working its way up the county coastline there. and areas over bolinna and stinson beach. looks like we're getting clearing there. we could be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, in and around ocean beach. for the rest, we'll get afternoon sunshine. the onshore breeze through fairfield. not quite as robust as yesterday.
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15 miles per hour. a look at your afternoon highs. we'll go 66 degrees for sausalito. upper 70s to low 80s for our warmer spots today. we're going to up those numbers by a few degrees by yesterday afternoon. upper 70s in danville. 84 expected for antioch. south bay, upper 70s. 83 for saratoga. 75 in woodside. low to mid-60s from san francisco towards pacifica and half moon bay. here's a look at your extended forecast. temperatures climbing getting into your bay area wednesday. ine warmer, by thursday, friday, friday, saturday. looking to be warm days. low 80s. low 90s expected for our inland cities. and we'll cool it back just a little bit as we get into your bay area sunday. >> thank you, rosemary. remembering one of the more unconventional candidates in presidential history. a look at the life and legacy of ross perot.
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stocks mixed in. afternoon with the nasdaq trading slightly higher. as they exend tend. dow jones has been negative out of the gate. currently down 80 points. >> remember people are remembering the life of two-time presidential candidate ross perot. he passed away today at the age of 89, after suffering from cancer. >> everybody in washington makes excuses. nobody takes responsibility, even when they have direct responsibility.
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the american people have figured that out. they want that changed. >> he wanted to run the country much like he ran his billion-dollar business. his two runs for the white house may not have been successful, but ross perot struck a code with voters and shook up america's political landscape in the process. >> what do you expect people to say when you disturb the status quo? welcome to the crowd? 1992 and '96, ross perot mobilized over 5 million voters to get him on the ballot and was the most successful third party candidate in u.s. history. but this wealthy businessman had humble roots. henry ross perot was born june 27, 1930, in texarkana, texas. what his family lacked in money, they made up for in values. >> i learned that it doesn't matter what happens to you. what matters is, did you do the right thing? >> perot was a proud eagle
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scout who studied at the u.s. naval academy in annapolis. he was a battalion commander. after four years, he worked in the navy. where he fell in love with a young teacher named margo birmingham, who would become his wife. they went on to have five children. has first civilian job was a salesman for ibm. but he had bigger dreams. in 1962, with a $1,000 loan from his wife, he started the electronic data processing system. something he would sell years later for $2.5 billion. in 1969, the defense department recognized perot for his work, getting aid to p.o.w.s in iran. two years later, he bribed an iranian revolutioniary group to get two of his employees to escape. he paid the group an undisclosed amount of cash.
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and said the u.s. government had no knowledge of his plan. >> american dollar is not as strong as it used to be but it's still the best thing to get you out of trouble. >> he announced the possibly of running for president. >> a huge grass roots effort was mobilized. >> and certainly, if anyone in this country should be obligated to serve our country and its people, i should be. >> he became head of a newly- formed reform party, promising to cut waste and eliminate deficits that he blamed on previous administrations. >> maybe it was voodoo economics. whatever it was, we are now in deep voodoo. i'll tell you that. >> but his unconventional behavior and style hurt the campaign. perot and his running mate, retired vice admiral, james stockdale, backed out of the race in july. but still won 19% of the vote. more than any other third party candidate ever.
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>> this came from millions of people in 50 states all over this country, who wanted a candidate that worked and belonged to nobody but them. >> a second run in 1996 was not as successful. though it cemented his legacy as a colorful and unique political figure. >> few people in this country have been able to live the american dream to the extent that i have. >> in dallas, casey stegel, fox news. new report says some federal agencies are scanning driver's licenses without people's consent. how others are following the lead on facial recognition technology. and results are in. firefighters. one that fought the tubbs fire of 2016. and the high levels found in one group. and the others that surfaced in the results.
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cancer down the road. cristina rendon has more on the story. >> reporter: they said they compared groups. from those who battled the tubbs fire and a group that did not deploy. 180 volunteered to provide blood and urine samples for three weeks after the fire. the majority, 150 of them, were spotted to the tubbs fire. the study found high mercury levels in firefighters who were at the tubbs fire. and they also tested for raised levels of compounds in gear. these are men and women who are urban firefighters. and they ended up providing mutual aid. some were there for two days. others five days. and these carcinogens can let -- lead to cancer. it add, there really is a lack
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of protection for firefighters at these kinds of fires. >> we're really hoping that this study will be the impetus for more studies and for change. and seeing if anyone can come up with new type of fire equipment for us. >> the chief says it does not exist. but they're hoping manufacturers or scientists can create some sort of protection or new type of gear. she adds that firefighters in the city and other cities have had higher cancer rates than the general population. and the doctor who did help out on the study notes, this was not a health study. but rather a study that looked at just chemical exposure. that scientist and the chief were on mornings on 2, the night earlier. they released those to us earlier. they just wrapped up a news conference about 45 minutes ago. they released them to every firefighter who participated last week.
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a stockholder. in that case, firefighters were tested on the front lines, not three weeks later as this study was in the case of the cubs fire. our captain is going to have more on the story coming up. we're live in the newsroom, cristina rendon. california public utilities commission is holding several public meetings around the bay area to get feedback to charge customers. the utility wants to collect $2 billion more from customers in the next three years. now, according to the cpuc, the 2020 increase would raise the monthly gas and electric bill for the typical pg&e customer by $10.40. the first public meeting will be in san francisco. it starts in less than 30 minutes. >> governor newsom is hoping for a super majority to present a wildfire utilities bill. utilities would be able to
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access the state funds for fires in the last two years, if they promise to not raise rates on customers. the state senate approved this bill yesterday. the assembly could vote on it as soon as thursday, before lawmakers leave for a one-month recess after friday. credit agencies are planning to downgrade their ratings for two of the states other largeux tilts. if the bill doesn't pass. officials plan to clear out homeless encampments over the next few weeks. agencies laid out their plans to clear out a camp on morgan street. activists argue that if the city doesn't provide camp space with sanitation, it should leave campers alone in their own communities. people living in downtown san jose say the surge of homeless people and a lack of service is recipe for disaster. >> the needles and trash in front of a home is ridiculous. >> they can help each other with each other's belongs.
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but they can't do that if they're constantly moved from bush to bush. it's cruel. >> some campers say they won't fight being moved in or open for help. in oakland, ghost ship warehouse master lieutenant derek almena. he took the stand just yesterday in his own defense and told his attorney, tony serra that he was remorseful for the deaths of the 36 victims. almena, who became emotional at times, said he always believed the warehouse was safe. otherwise, he said, he would not have stayed there with his family. serra said he believes his client connected with the jury. >> the emotion that he manifested. and the fact that he shows through his demeanor and answers, he does have contrition. >> a contractor who lived at the ghost ship warehouse also testified saying he heard bottles breaking and an argument before the fire started.
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he also saw several people dressed in dark clothing run away. stay with ktvu for continuing coverage of the ghost ship trial. and you will find a daily blog, covering every development from the courtroom. >> now to the north bay. happening today in san rafael. set to vote on new names for the dixie district. the school board voted to remove the name over concerns about references to confederacy, slavery and racism. the board had a subcommittee come up with new names. tonight, they will hear from the public before voting on a name change. the meeting is to be held at district headquarters at 5:30 tonight. more than 500 have signed a petition to say the controversial historic mural at george washington high school in san francisco. the oakland letter calls the decision illogical. and they describe the work as a significant monument of anti racism.
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it depicts slavery. and features white settlers over the bodies of native americans. the writers say people are ignoring the meaning behind historic art. and instead, focusing how it makes him feel. they voted to destroy or cover up the mural. but the educators behind the open letter, plan to submit theirs this week. democrats in congress are expected to hold the attorney general and the commerce secretary in criminal contempt, after they refused to turn over administration, about why the trump administration wants to add that citizenship question to the 2020 census. they're trying to figure out how to overcome. and says he may come up with a more direct approach. the question leads to a lower response rate from undocumented immigrants, it could cost many heavily democratic incidents. >> over the next day or two, you'll see what approach we're taking. i think it does provide a pathway for getting the question on the census.
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>> formulas send us federal money based on how many people live here. citizens or not. and if we don't count those people. we don't get that money. >> house speaker nancy pelosi said democrats are prepared to hold the commerce secretary for denying the city's bipartisan subpoenas on the real light they want to add a citizenship question. civil rights advocates are worried about facial recognition. millions were scanned for the fbi and customs immigration enforcement. reporter william lajeunesse has more. >> several rights activists are concerned over federal use of state driver's license databases for facial recognition. while not illegal or prohibited, they say it raises privacy and due process issues. >> when people sign up to get a
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driver's license, that's not perceived as their consent to be part of this big sur veilance re-- surveillance regime. >> public records also show states scan driver's license photos on behalf of immigrations and customs enforcement. without drivers' knowledge or consent. >> i.c.e. and others krb have been collaborating to identify individuals. we assume, undocumented immigrants. >> the federal officials defend the practice, saying the use of facial recognition is used daily to identify criminals. yet the practice will get a closer look in congress. on wednesday, a house committee will hold a hearing on federal agency's use of such systems. custom bordies, the tsa are expected to testify. >> while the debate goes on in washington.
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some already ban the use of facial recognition by law enforcement. in los angeles, william lajeunesse, fox news. an appeals court is hearing arguments in the latest legal challenge by the trump administration to the affordable care act. they are revealing a lower court ruling. the trump administration and several republican-led states argue that the act became unconstitutional two years ago, when congress adopted a broad tax bill that ended the penalty for people who refused to buy health insurance. if obamacare is wiped out, 20 million would lose their insurance. second u.s. circuit court of appeals in manhattan agreed with the lower court judge, who said the president violates the first amendment. it prevents the government from blocking or excluding views in what it disagrees with. the supreme court is not directly addressed.
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how the law applies to digital spaces and the case is considered a high- profile legal test. b.a.r.t. is creating a new position to oversee itself. how this inspector general hopes to be an advocate for riders. outside our doors this afternoon. more plusky and warmer temps. at least for most. i'll have a look at what you can expect for this afternoon. and the warming trend for the rest of the week coming up.
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bart's new inspector general starts her job next month. it's an all-new position. one that the agency hopes will be a better advocate for its riders. . >> reporter: b.a.r.t. long opposed an inspector general but now embraces it. even though harriet richardson will not be reporting to b.a.r.t. management. >> i'll be reporting on a daily basis to the b.a.r.t. board. but i also have a requirement
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to report to the governor's office, at least on an annual basis. >> and she has their support. >> it's good to have the support of those you're going to be reporting to. and it helps to know that they have your back. >> nothing is off the table. >> i'm coming in from the outside. so i have no obligation, previous obligation to anyone in b.a.r.t. i'll be completely independent. >> all departings, including the bartd police, are within ms. richardson's oversight. >> yes. and i've audited it in the past. it has typical functions you would see in the city. procurement, r.r. -- h.r. police functions. >> she has held high oversight functions in san francisco, washington state, and palo alto. the inspector general knows there will be skepticism about her. >> a lot of times, when you go into it, they'll kind of say to you,
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well, what do you know about what we do. can you come in and tell us what to do? but we do rely on their expertise to explain to us what they do. and how they do it. and we look more towards best practices to see if there this the best way they should be doing it. >> she will also consult the customers. >> sometimes it means asking the riders, what do you like about b.a.r.t.? what bothers you? what things do you think will make you stop riding b.a.r.t.? >> had how will riders and taxpayers know what she will be doing. >> i expect we'll be putting our reports out on the website. and they will be public information. >> and says the inspector general, she'll set up a hotline to report fraud abuse and waste. tom vacar. ktvu fox 2 news. new york city is getting ready for tomorrow's ticker tape parade to celebrate the u.s. women's national soccer team. world cup champs are back in the united states after winning in france.
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team usa was the world cup favorites. and they responded with several record-setting performances. >> this has been a great tournament. it's been a journey that we have been on together as a group. and you know, to be able to come out and walk away with the gold medal is something special. >> tomorrow's parade in manhattan will go down a stretch of broadway, known as the canyon of heroes. the major league baseball is tonight and tens of thousands of fans will fill the ballpark in cleveland to celebrate the game's best players. >> more on baseball's midsummer classic. >> as a baseball fan, it's overloading. my circuits are frying. >> from the fans. >> this is like opening day three times in a row for us. >> to the foodfood. >> i want to make sure everything is slowed down. >> to the players. the stage is set here for progressive field for this year's major league baseball all-star game. and cleveland has reached fevered pitch. heading into the big day. a day that was roughly four
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years into the making. >> this is the greatest baseball festival of its kind. and it happens only around all- stars. >> some all-stars are coming back from their 7th or 8th year. but for others, it's their first time. >> it's indescribable. if you have that aspiration. but you know, you have bigger aspiration to be an all-star. and winning the world series this. is something you go to check off the list remember. >> it's not just about the pros. it's also about the fans. major league baseball says one of the goals of this event is to increase accessibility to the game. >> more importantly here is what you see is a lot of informal play. that we want you to have fun. if you drop the ball. if you strike out, it's okay. quite honestly, the games, baseball and softball are very hard. but we want to make sure they come out, have fun and enjoy it. >> outside of progressive field, lauren blanchard, fox news. ktvu will have pregame coverage at 4:30 today.
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with the game scheduled at 5:00, here on ktvu fox 2. during that time, we'll have all of our regular newscasts for you, over on ktvu plus. back to rosemary we go. and we are slowly climbing that ladder to warmer temperatures. >> it is going to be a gradual warmup. which means we're not going to feel it immediately. but as we get into the next few days, with each passing day, we're going to warm it up just a little more. and as we get into the weekend, temperatures are going to feel quite nice for most. storm tracker 2. talking about this system. that is bringing rain to the pacific northwest. all the way down to northern california. getting clipped by this. a little rain reported even down to humboldt county. for us, high pressure is beginning to strengthen just a little bit. and will continue to strengthen as we get into the next few days. and that is what is going to help drive our temperatures up. at this hour, we're seeing better clearing than what we had yesterday afternoon. yesterday afternoon, the east bay shore remained mostly cloudy for the
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entire day. but you can see, it is pulling away. santa cruz, capitola. the sonoma county coastline, looking good. and stretches over a little clearing. as you get closer to maybe bodega bay. maybe stinson. we have a little fog still here. ocean beach, pacifica. half moon bay. we are likely to see partly cloudy skies there. but we could clear it out as well. a little inside the bay. a little still over the east bay shore. that's about it. more sunshine around the bay area. we have the onshore breeze. livermore at 8. hayward at 6. we're not going to lose that completely. but it will scale back some. and temperatures again on the rebound. low 60s in san francisco right now. we have 64 in oakland. mid-70s in fairfield. low 70s, santa rosa. and for the south bay. 78 degrees over areas of san jose. temperatures are warmer in most areas. by a few degrees over what we had yesterday. then as we get into the second part of the day, these temperatures feeling quite nice, for
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areas like sonoma. 79 for the afternoon high. nice day for you there. 82 for santa rosa. nice and warm. close to the water. 66 for sausalito. for the east bay. a lot of low 70s expected for part of the day. with more sunshine in play. 84 degrees expected for antioch. how about the south bay. upper 70s to low 80s. san jose, saratoga. los gatos. mid80s for morgan hill. a warm day coming your way. and we'll go 64 san francisco. low 60s. daly city. even with the sunshine. going to be cooler for you there. here's a view of the extended forecast. and as i noted a moment ago, this is going to be a gradual warmup, which means it's a little tough to tell with each passing day. but thursday into friday, into saturday, definitely noticeable. areas in the upper 70s or low 80s or will be for the afternoon today. will be in the upper 80s to low 90s. friday now, and saturday look to be our warmer days. bay area communities into the low 80s. upper 60s expected for the
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coast. and a little cooler as we get into your bay area sunday. >> thank you, rosemary. you're probably through this. your cell phone rings and a phone number eerily similar to your own number. robocalls. cracking down on calls. and the only way to get that trophy, is to take it. net generation. official youth tennis of the usta.
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one last week of the -- peek of the market. s&p is going to finish up. nasdaq is up. federal judge exec down -- struck down a rule. drug makers argued it violated free speech rights. the judge said they had no
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disclosure. >> online retail giant is adding thousands of jobs. also planning to move to an office in belleview. some say it is causing an increase in the cost of living and spike in homelessness. >> jeff bezos is our enemy. he is our enemy. and we have to fight big business. >> amazon has been unfairly blamed for challenges that we as a region experience, that we would have experienced regardless of amazon. >> amazon's 43-story tower in belleview holds up to 4,000 employees. expected to open in 2024. next month, the agency will consider banning international fake numbers, robocalls and text messages. there's a spoofing technique
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that generates a number that looks a lot like yours. you think it's local. and that tricks a lot of people into answering the telephone. last week, they passed rules. the federal trade commission has filed 94 actions against organizations responsible for more than 1 billion illegal calls. stores' attempt appears to have backfired. the store's owner was trying to encourage customers to bring their own reusable bags. so he started printing embarrassing messages on plastic bags. but instead of people getting embarrassed, they apparently loved the messages and the community is starting to collect them. now, the store plans to print the messages on canvass tote bags. nestle is taking the step to go green. using a recycled candy bag wrapper. it can be toss inside regular recycling. it is the first time a candy bar has been packaged entirely in paper.
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they are available only in european countries and will be available around the world pretty soon. we're on ktvu tonight ahead of the game. we'll have more on the meeting. >> plus a contentious meeting as pg&e says it wants to collect $2 billion from customers over the next three years. ktvu's tom vacar has more on that live at 4:00. the popular nickelodeon show, dora the explorer is heading to the video screen. >> we're going to break some rules. >> we're coming with up, pima. >> look. dora brought a knife on the field trip, everybody. >> the live action field has dora taking on high school in a brand new adventure. it's called dora and the lost city of gold. isabella bonair plays dora. on the adventure to save her parents. played by eva longoria and michael pennia. >> thanks for watching,
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everybody. have a great rest of your afternoon. more coverage for you now online at ktvu.com. of course, our next newscast is at 4:00. have a great day.
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