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markets are up slightly this morning will break down the factors in play. plus helping police officers deal with calls involving a mental health crisis . the plan already in place and san jose to help officers better prepare for what are often tense situations. then the golden state warriors now just one game away from another nba championship. so many people consider the top player of last night's game. also how dub star stephen curry three point streak has come to an end. from ktvu fox two news. this morning's onto i love to win last night bedtime by nine o'clock. that great works out it does. it's been a great morning so far. hope you agree. i'm gasia mikaelian the end clark. welcome to tuesday, june 14th. i know you probably weren't up early to see the strawberry moon . what time are we talking? it was real early. no, that was out there. but you were. you weren't awake yet. steve paulson was and
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he knows about our forecast. too easy to see mr clay. market you know, 4 51 this morning was up, but not out. we have clear skies and the moon again will be easy to see tonight because not much is changing until thursday, when we'll start to see a big ramp up in the fog bank water temps are certainly cold enough, but inland temps will bump up today. two for tuesday clear and then warmer temps today a lot of lot of mid eighties upper eighties inland to a few near 90. but seventies and eighties for all these forecast highs today. alright over to sound now. usually things get picking up on somewhere around this time. 71 where would you like to start steve? let's start in napa county. this time, there's a crash northbound 29 near to 21. and you know, it doesn't take much to get traffic to be slow if you happen to be heading up to napa this morning or to that area, you're going to see an unusual backup. it's also backing traffic up on westbound. highway 12 heading over towards 29. so that's one of those
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things you should need to watch out for. highway four is also slow from pittsburgh all the way to conquer. and if you're driving on 80 westbound we had a new crash reported just now on westbound 80 at san pablo. road doesn't look like it's an injury crash, but you could see some slowing when we come back, we'll check out the bay bridge again and some of the other bridges but now at 702, let's get right back to the headlines south. thank you. the federal reserve meets today to consider another interest rate hike. this comes after a rough day on the markets here in the u. s. and globally. ktvu erasmus back in studio for a look at the numbers as they stand now and what we expect for today. good morning. garcia. it looks like the markets are rebounding a bit after that rough day yesterday, taking a live look. at the dow right now, you can see it's up slightly about 143 points, or just under a half a percentage point point. now, this follows that steep decline in the markets yesterday with the dow dropping more than 800 points. the nasdaq as well. although nasdaq now in positive territory, for the moment, the s and p 500 was officially in a bear market yesterday, but it is
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also back up and relatively flat this morning. the federal reserve will meet today and tomorrow in the expectation is that they will raise interest rates at least a half a point. but this morning, there are reports that that hike will likely be even higher, possibly as much as three quarters of a point. federal reserve chair, jerome powell has said publicly in recent weeks at the priority economically is reigning in inflation in the u. s, even if that prompts a recession. the balance of risks have finally moved above 50% for recession. we're hopeful that it will be a mild one or a moderate one. mild one, i think is a better way of characterizing it. there are still some strengths out there, which we think will have cushioning effect on the economy , but we think that vulnerability will be greatest very late this year and early 2023. and many companies are preparing for that. in fact, the possibility of a recession has many tech companies, particularly in the bay area, starting to tighten their belts. this morning, san francisco based coin based cryptocurrency
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exchange announced it's laying off about 18% of its workforce. other companies have announced hiring freezes for now. in a rare bit of encouraging news, though there is a new report out this morning that showed that inflation at the wholesale level did slow unexpectedly last month . now in about an hour from now , president biden will talk about the economy at an event with labor unions in pennsylvania. we're expecting to hear him talk about these dual concerns of inflation. and the possibility of recession and in the meantime, we'll continue to watch the markets this morning, garcia and dave will send it back to you. okay ali. thank you time now. 704 we have just learned that the congressional hearing on the u. s capitol riot that was scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed and there was no reason given but the hearing on thursday is still set to take place during yesterday's hearing . several longtime allies of former president donald trump told congress they repeatedly told him he had lost the 2020 election. there was no reason for him to dispute the results,
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but he refused to listen to them . one top adviser testifying to president instead listen to his adviser, rudy giuliani. who encourage performer president trump to declare victory. in the mirror was definitely intoxicated their suggestions bo go and declare victory, he said. there's lots of fraud going on here, flat out that much of the information he's getting his false. and or just not supported by the evidence. thursday's hearing is expected to look into the pressure campaign on former vice president mike pence. congresswoman zoloft green is accusing the trump campaign of raising hundreds of millions of dollars from supporters only to use a small amount of it on legal action. committee presented evidence that the trump campaign repeatedly sent emails to supporters asking them to donate to what it called the official election defense fund. the committee says there was no such fund. more than $250 million was collected. most of
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it went to a trump political action committee. the big lie was also a big rip off. the former president laid the groundwork for these false claims well in advance of the election as early as april, 2020 . mr. trump claimed that the only way he could lose an election. would be as a result of fraud. congresswoman lofgren later told cnn the committee has evidence that trump family also personally benefited from those donations, she said the trump campaign paid kimberly guilfoyle $60,000 to deliver a two minute speech at the january 6th rally. you can continue to follow the latest on the congressional committee hearings. when you head to our website ktvu .com. but our time is 76. what happening today? the city of san jose will decide if it wants to keep a program that teams up the police with mental health professionals, and it's part of the mayor's budget plan. ktvu is james torres. you're outside of san jose police headquarters. you have more on this plan. good morning. good morning to you,
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dave. yeah this is a plan that is coming into mayor sam ricardo's proposal for the budget plan that's kind of already in place now teaming up mental health professionals with police officers when they respond to certain calls. funding for that partnership is now starting to run out to the mayor is hoping to keep it going again part of his proposal for a budget. he says he's asking to hire four new and permanent positions. those positions would respond with police to calls involving mental health. they are called the mobile crisis assessment team, and they wear separate uniforms from police and undergo different specialized training. the idea comes from a partnership with pd and the santa clara county behavioral services department. those representatives say having a professional on scene can go a long way. we let that be? no, we're not here to arrest you are here to help you. we want to help you. we want to support you through whatever crisis that is that you're going through, and
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we want to look for ways to help. um divert you to something that will be makes sense to you feel better. that crisis team was first founded at the end of 2020 under a grant from the u. s department of justice. the mayor says that grant is now running out and he wants to expand the program. because it seems to be working. the city council is expected to meet later this morning at about 11 a.m. a final vote is expected to happen today . we'll let you know what happens for now. we're live this morning in san jose james torres ktvu. fox two news. alright, james. thank you. time is about 708. police in lafayette wants your help. this morning. they want to track down two men who attacked and robbed a letter carrier. it happened yesterday afternoon while the postal worker was making her rounds on camino diablo near highway 24. witnesses say two men followed the postal worker. and they beat her outside of an office building. at least one of the robbers had a gun. she was very
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shocked and traumatized. and she had blood all over shirt. and so the ambulance came and took her away. now the letter carrier was treated at a hospital and is expected to fully recover from injuries. investigators say the two men may have been going after the postal workers keys to steal mail. the postal service is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest . caltrans is working to clear mudslides that shutdown state route 70 in butte county highways closed near jarboe because of mudslides and the feather river canyon. caltrans says several people had to be rescued after the vehicles became trapped between the slide . no one was hurt. the slides happened in the dixie fire burn scar area during some brain on sunday. chp says it's working to reopen the highway by friday and happening today. san francisco work crews are doing the annual ritual relocating sand along ocean beach. this heavy
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equipment will move more than 58,000 tons of sand away from the great highway and closer to the ocean to keep the sand from blowing onto the road in the coming months. during the three weeks of that word, southbound lanes of the great highway will be closed between lincoln way and slowed boulevard if you normally walk or ride a bike in that area, you're still encouraged to use the north bong lands if we can get you out the door 7 10, sal, where do we need to start for traffic? let's start in the east bay because we do see that there is some slow traffic this morning on interstate 80 coming in from richmond, getting over to berkeley. i can put that up on a map for you. and you can see the traffic is a little bit slow coming in towards university avenue. it's backed up from the albany hill there. i can also show you that there is some slow traffic in l. c. bronte and some slow traffic on highway four. let's talk about the bay bridge. we do have a backup that stretches out almost to the maze. those metering lights are on no major issues there. if you
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want to cross the bay, using let's say you want to use the same mateo bridge. there's a little slowing there. no problems on the dumbarton bridge at 7 10. let's go back to the desk. alright well, it's a case of a surgery gone wrong for a four year old boy in houston, texas. it changed his life wherever the mistake by the doctor that led to the boy getting a best sector. instead of a hernia, hernia surgery and after a quick break, gold state warriors star stephon curry always puts a lot of thought into his clothes, especially on game day. take a look last night at his t shirt, how it references his wife and the significance behind his choice.
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energy. being a nuisance at the airport to the opponents and diving into the crowd and giving a fan of big high five. check that out, man so happy yeah, i felt more like myself. just aggressive on both sides of the ball. um but i felt a little more like myself in game four, as well after an atrocious game three, but you know, you just got to continue to build. yeah well, the warriors led by 12.5. but the celtics came on strong in the third quarter onto the very last second. jordan's poll , sinking a 33 footer at the buzzer. off the rebound wiggins three seconds to get a shot off time. or perhaps the celtics were just shell shocked to the warriors went into the fourth quarter up 75 to 74. they never trailed again. it was the role players who stepped up for this. later in the shot clock er right
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into quarters. i mean, i always want those and my teammates look for me on those and no. the sliders kind of go up as a clock goes down, so continue to be aggressive and look for my shot. this is ultimate ultimate stage , and then they get bigger than this. um so i was out there just being aggressive and you know it was. it was a good game. it feels good, but we haven't done anything yet. and the mission still is the same. and we're all eager to get to boston and, you know, play a great game on thursday. claire trying to keep laser focused. their the warriors bench outscored the celtics bench 31 to 10. game six. back in boston, six o'clock thursday night at td garden. david garcia back over to you six pm starts because we can bet on time. okay did you stay up late enough to see the after game press conference if you didn't warriors star steph curry made a statement with his choice of clothing after last night's game. take a look at his t shirt it read. ayesha curry can cook a jab at a boston area brewery
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that had storefront signs mocking his daughter, riley and his wife i issue who of course, is a cookbook author and restauranteur can cook. and there you have it. alright well, sal about our commute we have him to he knows all about what's happening example, dave and gastric. good morning i started napa county. if you're driving up to the commute here, solano to napa. there is a problem. dortmund 29 at 2 21 and traffic is normally not this slow here on northbound 29 pursing highway 12 12 is also going to be slow as you head away from 80 and head over to 29 just be aware of that. and of course, nearby highway 37 is slow as well heading west. highway four is slow this morning pittsburgh to concord, which is not unusual and some slowing on 80 as well at the bay bridge. we don't have a lot going on. when it comes to unusual traffic. it's backed up as it normally is, for a 10 to
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15 minutes delay. at 7 17 bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. clear skies smooth sailing here. temperatures will be bumping up . we won't get as hot as we had last friday and probably most of saturday, but temps will get in the operator's maybe a few low nineties, but it's not going to last again. that's the pattern we've seen going back to april about two or three days and then boom, right? it's out of there as another system will drop in. they've been nonstop in the pacific northwest as the beat goes on. our water temps went down. 48 bodega bay water temp point raised. 57 francisco buoy 51 very, very cold ocean temps here warmer today, though, clear skies fifties for lows on most. we had a couple of upper forties napa airport, walnut creek. stanford i think we're 48 49. most were in the fifties. sunny for all breeze will pick up a little later. but all the forecast highs today compared to monday or up. sandra fell from 80 84 middle park, 77 to 80 to danville, 82 to 88. and saratoga from 84 to 87. fifties on the temps for most here, there are
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couple sixties now beginning to pop up here, mainly upper fifties, so it won't take long to warm up still forties, though santa cruz mountains at one time, santa cruz capitola of 49 other 53. 53 campbell, mid fifties. santa clara, cupertino , south san jose san martin still at 51, but boulder creek at a cool 44. you can see the highest to the west. there that's going to win out today and probably most of tomorrow before another low. drops in this one again. they don't have a lot of moisture. but anytime you get an upper level low this time of year, right over us that could trigger some scattered showers. i think the best opportunity would be on saturday. right now. the focus is about sonoma county, napa county lake and mendocino and the sierra and the northern sacramento valley. everyone else will get in on the windy and cooler sixties seventies eighties to near 90 today for some about the same inland tomorrow. here comes that low. here comes the fog cooling begins on thursday and really drops into the weekend. you guys steve. thank you coming up on morning zone to the nine. excuse
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me in the seven o'clock hour. some information about what happened in that deadly school shooting and your valley could be blocked even from the families of victims. details on a legal loophole being used by a law firm representing the city of vivaldi, protecting one of the last wild rivers in europe after the break, with one california based clothing companies doing their increase awareness about europe's national natural beauty ddos, a river.
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rockslides have closed all of yellowstone national park at the beginning of the busy summer tourism season. two major rivers in the park are running at such high levels. they're washing away riverbanks that support homes, bridges and roads along the water. take a look. thank goodness stone was in this house when it was pushed downstream. evacuation orders are in place. it's not clear, though, how many people are still stranded in the park or when the park might reopen. southern california's patagonia clothing companies working to save one of the last wild rivers in europe. patagonia's teaming up with several environmental groups to create a national park to preserve the videos, a river in albania. environmentalists have an agreement with the albanian government to give up plans to build eight hydropower stations on the river and instead will keep the river wild by declaring the area a national park. time now. 7 24 child, a couple in texas now suing a hospital in houston, after what the family's lawyer calls a botched hernia
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operation on their four year old son. the lawsuit claims that last year a doctor performed and unintended vasectomy on the little boy. the lawyer says the doctor cut the wrong piece of the child to get anatomy in an operation that he says has changed that boy's life forever . the surgeon. we think cut accidentally the vast difference , which is one of the tubes that carries reproductive semen in it. no the hospital says a surgeon who performed the operation has no history of malpractice. but at this point, there is no other comment on that lawsuit. 24 year protests continue outside the home of supreme court justices before the expected release of a decision by the high court that could overturn roe v. wade. just the samuel alito has been under heavy criticism for writing the leaked draft decision that indicated justices were poised to overturn that landmark abortion ruling. abortion rights
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advocates have been protesting since then outside the supreme court and at the home of the justices. the senate recently passed a bill to spend more money on protection for justices and their families. that final decision could come as soon as tomorrow. if roe v. wade is overturned, it would leave the country with the patchwork of abortion laws with some red states entirely banning abortion and blue states working to keep abortion protections in place. calvin more than six weeks since that draft roe v. wade opinion was leaked. some court watchers say they think chief justice john roberts might be trying to negotiate a compromise. we're not surprise me at all if there's lobbying going on behind the scenes that said, i would be surprised if the final outcome is dramatically different from what we saw in the draft opinion will be there for the women. rather states. we will stand up. we will fight back for our children. lighthouses taking action, anticipating a role reversal today, vice president kamala harris has said to meet with constitutional law, privacy and tech experts to discuss the
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impact of overturning roe v. wade and preparing for that possible outcome. time now is 7 25 ban has been extended for new vacation rentals in many parts of sonoma county. we'll tell you why county leaders say the band is still needed. also, singer lizzo new song is stirring up controversy. still ahead. the lyrics in her songs, many called insensitive and what she did about that. this? this is supersonic wifi from xfinity. it's fast. like, ready-for- major-gig-speeds fast. like riding-a-cheetah fast. isn't that right, girl? whoa!
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and san jose after a domestic dispute with detectives say happened as a security guard tried to protect the woman. and we are closely watching wall street. look at your screen stocks suffered their biggest year today losses since at least the 19 sixties will tie up the very latest on what's happening now and see what investors are saying. about these latest numbers. from ktvu. fox two news . this is mornings on to welcome morning to you and thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's tuesday, june 14th. my parents wedding anniversary. happy anniversary million years, right? may we all be so happy? yes wow, out the
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door on this gorgeous tuesday. steve paulson. the weather is nice. it is nice and it won't be that bad. although we will warm up here for a few operators. maybe it's a near 90 degrees, but it's clear. attempts are already beginning to bounce off some of those morning lows, which weren't too bad upper forties and fifties. little cool, though for some, maybe two for tuesday has clear and warmer . in fact, temperatures will be making a little move today. if today isn't the warmest day tomorrow will be and we will see seventies and eighties and a big cooling trend starts on thursday and friday. all right, let's head over to south. now it's 7 30 napa county. that's right. it's really slow steve this morning because of a crash northbound 29. write at 2 21 2 vehicles. one of them is a box truck that got into collision here at 22 21 right there. and if you know, northbound 29 is slow out of american canyon heading that way, heading north and also highway. 12 is going to be very slow. i mean, pretty soon highway 12 is going to be
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backed up all the way out to 80 on this one. so just give yourself plenty of time. if you're driving if you have any discretion don't drive up to napa county. now, maybe you want to wait until a little later how we forge a little bit slow this morning, so it's 6 80 pleasant hill to walnut creek and at the bay bridge. we have a small backup. we'll have another update in just a few minutes. now it's 7 31. let's go back to the headlines. we'll do this morning investigators in east palo alto looking for two people who shot and killed a 15 year old boy, and it happened last night. the police responded to a shot spotter activation on manhattan avenue near the four seasons hotel and the ikea store . this was around nine pm when they got there. they found the teenager had been shot and he died later at a hospital looking at citizen video from the area. investigators are trying to talk to anyone who might have been in the area who might have information about the shooting as the investigation continues. oakland police say they're hoping surveillance video we're about to share will lead to the
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arrest of a car thief who dragged the car's owner down the street. take a look at the video. it shows what happened in oakland's chinatown neighborhood near eighth and jackson. we see someone walking up to the car there is the arrow is pointing. they get inside the car's owner than rushes back to the vehicle and opens up the door. the thief , then drives away, dragging the car's owner for a short distance . the victim suffered several cuts and scrapes. police are still looking for the thief and the vehicle. san jose police say a security guard tried to protect a woman during a domestic dispute and were shot and killed when he tried to intervene, detectives say after the suspect killed that security guard he shot and killed the mother of their six children and then turned the gun on himself. all of this happened in the parking lot of the crescent village apartment complex in north san jose early sunday morning. neighbors were stunned to hear the shooting. i was pretty afraid honestly, to kind of shaken. seems like a very random act, and that's not
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something you want to see any day, but i feel for the victims, of course. investigators say the couple's youngest child is only one year old. the oldest is only 10 children are now staying with their maternal maternal grandmother. san jose. police at this point have not released the names of either the couple or the security guard. san jose police also announced an arrest in a homicide from three months ago. it was a shooting near san jose state on march, 27th at south fourth street and east san carlos. investigators say 31 year old randall spencer shot and killed a man from antioch's spencer was arrested in chicago. detectives just flew out there last week to interview him. he was already in custody on a previous arrest for domestic violence charges in chicago. right now, he's still remains in chicago in custody for that domestic violence charge, and he's waiting formal extradition back to our county to face homicide charges. there's no word on a motive for the
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shooting time is 7 33. the biden administration is going after gun traffickers, attorney general merrick garland announced an initiative it calls for shutting down gun trafficking pipelines around the country, and he cited one example of a man indicted last week accused of buying at least 92 guns from federally licensed firearms dealers, including buying 75 weapons from one dealer in six months. these guns were then later recovered in several states and in canada. if you put illegal guns on our streets or into the hands of violent offenders that justice department will spare no resource to hold you accountable. and part of this crackdown involves federal prosecutors being told to prioritize suspects believed responsible for the greatest gun violence, including repeat offenders, survivors and victims . families from the universality texas school shooting may never find out exactly what happened
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that day. the city is working to block some information from being released using a policy that keeps information, private and crimes where no one has been convicted. the gunman was killed by law enforcement officers. if a judge rules in favor of the city, details of police movements, body camera footage and communication could be permanently sealed. our time is now 7 35 as we keep an eye on wall street in the stocks this morning, wall street is looking for direction from the federal reserve board. monetary policy makers have some new economic data to take into consideration this morning, pam cook back in studio with a completely different view of stocks today compared to yesterday. yes but you never know. you never know things can change very quickly. this morning, the 10 year treasury jumped to 3.37. as bond yields rise, it's more likely that we will see a more aggressive move by the federal reserve tomorrow when they make that decision. consensus has been at least a half a point increase in the key short term interest rate. economists now
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leaning towards three quarter point hike to rain and inflation . the fed will also consider this morning's producer price index, now the latest report. show's producer. prices increased nearly 11% from this time last year. as that opening bell rang this morning, socks headed slightly higher initially , as we were talking about not high enough to take the s and p 500 out of a bear market, not enough to take the nasdaq to cross that 11,000 level initially and as we take a live look at the markets this morning , as i walked in here, they went from positive territory to negative. and the dow jones now down almost 100 points. it opened up about 100. it's now down about 100, the s and p 500, now down a quarter of a percent and the nasdaq slipping a little bit as well. 20 points on the downside there. it seems. gas prices in wall street have something in common prices move quickly in one direction slowly on the other side. so the oil markets remember our global
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markets. and so it takes a while before the supply and the demand comes back into sync. so in the short run, i don't see any relief for that's for the reason and that's why you're going to keep seeing prices rise, because, um, we have this increased demand, especially during the summer months, and the supply shock is still there. now part of that supply shock is from a ban on russian oil after the russian invasion of ukraine , analysts say they think it will be at least a few months before prices stopped rising and even longer before they start to drop, they say history shows oil prices go up quickly. as we have seen as well, but they take a long time to go back down. sonoma has extended its ban on new vacation rentals in many parts of the county board of supervisors decided to continue its moratorium on issuing new vacation rental permits in most areas outside local city limits . now, county leaders say that ban is still needed while they develop a permanent ordinance regulating short term rentals.
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vacation rentals have raised concerns about noise, public safety and housing availability. well this sunday, so you don't forget it's father's day, a new national survey found the average american family will spend around $172 on father's day gifts this year. that's down a little bit about $2 from last year, researchers found most of the money spent on father's day goes to cards and clothing. ties always rank high as a gift for dad. uh dave, i think you have plenty of ties. maybe maybe a gift of experience for dad might be nice pace. pam cook that will get your dollars and cents. i like it. okay 7 38. let's get you out the door south castaneda. very busy this morning. where would you like to start? yeah you know, i've been looking here at this 29 thing. uh and it's just not great. unfortunately if you're driving to napa, or if you're driving to sonoma county, you take 29 out
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of american canyon. it has been very slow and highway 12 is just very, very slow getting out of the cordelia area. heading that way. this is not normally this way. and as you've heard me, say many times, people hate surprises. they just hate it. you know, it's just not supposed to be this way. and if you're driving up there if you haven't listened to a traffic report, you're just going to be stuck in a bunch of slow traffic. now this traffic on highway four is typical. no one's going to bat an eye about this. it's the typical commute highway 24 is slow, westbound because of a problem eastbound 24 at central lafayette. they're trying to get a car off the roadway. there. let's talk about the bay bridge that is backed up for about a 15 minute delay. we've seen the rest of the baby. okay a little bit of slowing in san jose. now along north dont to 80 85 101, so the commute into that west valley is getting stronger. 7 39 let's break steve back in with today's weather. is that both directions on 12? no heading
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west east west. thank you, sir. thank you. all right, clear skies here. but if you're in the mountains, it can be a little cold there. so just a heads up. some people may be heading out this time of year you go up to the mountains where it's in the twenties and thirties. good friend brandon says good morning from gray eagle. brisk 36 year did not pack appropriately. that's in between quincy and truckee. yes and there are temperatures look at truckee 30 degrees south lake tahoe 32. even the lone outpost out there at ely at 36. so yes, thirties in the mountains and guess what? i wouldn't be surprised. they got some shower activity. this this coming up on friday and saturday, and there's going to be some very cold lows for this time of year. up in the mountains. we get sunshine and warmer temperature today they could use that they want that up in the pacific northwest. they keep getting rained. bodega bay has dropped to 47 amazing that is just amazingly cold. we've seen 46 couple of times so far. this may last time that happened was, i think about nine years
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ago. now they're at 47 point raised 50. in san francisco bowie cold 51. but warmer today under clear skies, sunny for all, there'll be a little bit of a breeze. probably not much to stop them from jumping up again. san rafael menlo park, danville, saratoga 84 82 88 87 on the forecast size for today. fifties and now some sixties as conquered 60, berkeley, 16 the city 60, so everyone's in their hayward's also in their longest san carlos high pressure the warmer weather today into tomorrow. then here comes another low. that low will drop in. it will be cooler and windy and the possibility of scattered showers on saturday afternoon is in the window. uh not only here i'd say north for right now could dig south. maybe but my mendocino county, lake county, northern sanoma, napa tahoe, truckee and the northern sacramento valley so things to keep in mind if you are going in those directions, i'd say friday or saturday. sixties seventies eighties to nineties on attempts about the same tomorrow. here comes that low. here comes a big cooling trend you guys starting
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on thursday. alright steve. thank you time. it's 7 41 recent attacks on the lgbtq community, raising concerns around the bay area coming up with san francisco police are doing to make sure people are safe. as they celebrate pride events newsrooms here quick, good morning again to andre senior has now you're looking ahead to the next hour, andre. there's a microphone and pedestrians. no microphone. you got me alright. the battle continues between cars and pedestrians in san francisco's golden gate park coming up on morning is on two and eight. what's being done once again to put an end to the car free designation for jfk drive also has there was no identification, no purse found. um nothing that would immediately identify and give us a name. a woman found murdered in an east. mayfield has never been identified when he joined us on the nine ktvu investigation reveals why decades later, detectives are decades later, detectives are hopeful
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back. to mornings onto is 7 45 in san francisco. some pretty disturbing incidents where members of the lgbtq community were targeted, and san francisco police are on high alert. the police want to make sure
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everyone is safe during pride month events. some leaders say these incidents are beyond threats and intimidation. it's even domestic terrorism. want to silence our community. um they are afraid of our community and therefore, um, use, uh, terrorism to try to, uh, invoke fear in our community in constant communication with our state, local and federal partners to ensure the safety of everyone in the city of san francisco, san francisco police are investigating a death threat against state senator scott wiener. they were sent in a letter last weekend and police in the east bay say members of the proud boys group. responsible for disrupting a recent drag queen reading our in san lorenzo lizzo responded to fans after her nurse new song stirred up controversy online. some people said it's lyrics were insensitive. lizards new song girls originally used the
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word spas. critics including many people with disabilities, said the word is a derogatory term used against people with disabilities. lizzo has since taken action. she responded on instagram, saying she's replaced that line and remove the term. she said she never wanted to promote derogatory language and said she was proud to listen. and take action. even before it hits theaters this friday. disney pixar's latest movie, lightyear is stirring up controversy. a brief same sex kissing scene in the animated space adventure is causing the film to be banned in a number of countries. actually have working is in hollywood with reaction from the movies stars good luck, captain. counting on you. roger that, houston. we have a problem . disney pixar announcing its new upcoming film, lightyear is banned from being released in at least 14, middle eastern and asian countries over what movie officials speculate is a brief scene depicting two animated characters sharing a same sex kiss. actor chris evans, the voice behind iconic space ranger
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buzz lightyear expressing disappointment. it's great that we're a part of something that's making steps forward in the in the social inclusion capacity, but it's frustrating that there is still places that that aren't where they should be representatives for the united arab emirates, saying the same sex kiss violates the country's media content standards. but producers for light years say they aren't going to change a thing. we've gotten requests for things to cut. disney isn't going to modify the material. we're not going to cut out anything. other cast members applauding the commitment to representing members of the lgbtq community. we're hoping for a time when we don't even have to have this conversation. it's normal and it should be normalized. this isn't the only time the same sex interaction caused a disney film to be banned earlier this year, saudi arabia and other middle eastern countries refused to show marvel's doctor strange in the multiverse of madness over similar complaints. light your acts as a prequel to the toy story franchise and follows buzz
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on his sci fi adventures through the cosmos. this is the movie that andy watched that made him want to get a toy. it's really it's really cool. you can catch lightyear when it blasts off in theaters. june 17th. in hollywood. ashley birkin, fox news time is 7 49, happening today at the berkeley city council will debate a proposal to tax vacant homes. under the plan, the owners of vacant properties with more than two units would be taxed up to $6000 a year depending on the size of the property. the goal is to encourage landlords to find renters by either improving the property or reducing the rate. we're really busily building housing in berkeley. but we need solutions right now for something that was considered incredibly unfair that there are people that own property that rental property that they are not renting out. so i look at it as a piece of the puzzle. now the tax would not apply to single family rental homes or two duplexes. if it's approved,
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the measure could appear on the november ballot. berkeley right now has 4700 vacant units. 7 50 . let's see where traffic is taking us straight to south little, uh, spot there in the newsroom. where would you like to focus on? this time, let's start in the south bay gassy and dave, i want to show you that there is some slow traffic on 2 80 85 101, all getting up to cupertino and sunnyvale. it's kind of filled in pretty strong here on 2 80, especially but really all the commutes that are heading up into that west valley . so if that's your commute, give yourself plenty of time to get up to that west valley. i do notice that usually it does take a little while for this to clear . let's take a quick look at highway 1 to 1 and north dont wanna one. you can see how slow it is here getting up to that west valley. so it's just one of those things where if you have discretion to put that commute off you could. it could help you. alright let's go back up to the north bay because highway 29 at 2 21. we've had that crash. it's taken him a while to clear
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. look at this backup look at 29 coming out of american canyon. look at highway 12. this is one of those mornings where if you have discretion. if you don't have to go now don't go heading up to napa county or at least don't go this way, because it's very, very slow. let's take a quick peek at the bay bridge toll plaza and you can see traffic is about normal for what you expected. so steve our little, uh, tuesday morning napa wine trip. i think it's going to have to be postponed. i know the area. well if it's that backed up now you're done right for a while for hours while for a while. that would be tough to there's no easy way to get up there. amazingly cold water temps here are continuing into mid junior but today briefly touched 47. looks like they've come back to 48 on the water temp right there and point raises now 49. and does this make any impact on our temperatures? yes it sure as heck does, especially over by the coast. and in san francisco . if you live in san francisco,
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and the water temp is 51. versus say, 59 or 60, you know, immediately. the sleeping weather is much different. but that is really cold. and you combine that with the west wind man. it can cut right through. that's a cold one. the pattern continues to be progressive here if i had time, and i don't in the morning i would build all sorts of graphics and show you what's going on hemispheric lee, but still you'll just have to trust me in a short period of time here, the pattern is not is locked in, and it's just one system after another. no blocking high has set up yet. the highest in the middle of the country, not over us for once, so it's a little different twist here so far. warmer today, sunny for all, we'll get a little bit of a breeze, but fifties for lows, clear skies sandoval, menlo park, danville, saratoga, try and represent as many areas as i can, and not just the usual suspects of 84 82 88 87 today on the highs, maybe a little warmer tomorrow fifties on the town sixties. now for some, i mean, we're pretty close here and temperatures will get a little warmer today, but another system is going to drop in, and it'll go right down along the coast where it sets up. could make a
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huge factor on possible scattered showers saturday afternoon right now for the sierra northern sacramento valley, and i think northern sonoma county napa county lake in mendocino for us are in the mix. on saturday afternoon 60 seventies eighties nineties today, probably about the same tomorrow. here comes that low. the cooling begins on thursday and it gets windy and cooler as we go into the weekend, okay, steve time is 7 53 starting today, the annual ritual in san francisco relocating sand along ocean beach begins coming up in the next hour. the impact on you if you plan to drive on the great highway, but first google sued by thousands of women in a major lawsuit alleging discrimination after the break the message from one of the victims about a settlement.
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7 50. learning more. this. of the discrimination laws. between google and more than 15 female employees. now, holly pieces one of four women who filed the class action lawsuit in 2017 against google. claiming pay discrimination. she said she wants google to change its policies evaluate the work of women's performances fairly and pay women equally to men. we know that women. and women minorities. um get paid
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substantially less than men across the board, and i think companies need to be on notice that it's not okay. no i have to agreeing to settle the case. google released a statement denying any wrongdoing and said settling the case was in the best interests of everyone involved. the settlement still has to be approved by the san francisco superior court. 87 57 the trial against former thoroughness executive sunny bell wani will have to wait another week before the closing arguments can start. closing argument in the criminal fraud trial was supposed to start today, but they've been delayed until next tuesday. no reason was given bell wani is facing 10 counts of fraud and two counts of conspiracy related to his role in the failed blood testing company that there are those founder and his former girlfriend, elizabeth holmes, was convicted of the same charges back in january. it is just about 7 58 gas prices at
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one northern california gas station or close to $10 a gallon . it's a chevron station and mendocino charging $9.63 a gallon for regular of workers there says it costs more to bring gas to that area, so they have to charge more to stay in business. the factory and transportation costs the proximity to pipelines and refineries, and those can also add up to the price of gasoline . so it really just depends on what your what you where you are traveling, and that's why we always recommend to do your research because if you can't find a different route, we may end up in an area that has cheaper prices. and if you happen to plan an adult state road trip this summer after you get out of california, may you may see the price of gas dropped dramatically. with the california state legislature sent governor newsom its state budget plan. it's a $300 billion plan approved yesterday. it includes spending priorities like issues that range from tax
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rebates, immigration and healthcare. the negotiations between the governor and legislative leaders will continue, but the state lawmakers have to approve their own budget plan before tomorrow's june 15th deadline. in the bidding has begun for a coveted private lunch with the legendary investor billionaire warren buffett. the beds have already topped $3 million, raising money for san francisco's glide church and since the year 2000 warren buffett has raised more than $34 million for that church in san francisco's tenderloin. and its many programs, buffeted, said this would be the last time he will take part in that charity auction. the bidding will end on friday. well after a tough day on wall street growing concerns for the economy here in the u. s, and overseas, will break down the factors and play plus
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helping police officers deal with calls involving a mental health crisis. the plan already in place in san jose, help those officers better prepare for these tense situations. and the warriors, now one game away from another nba championship, who the top player of the game was as dubbed star steph curry is three point streak came to an end. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome the mornings onto i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian again. it's tuesday, june 14th pretty as a picture outside. let's get you in the score display area, whether our meteorologist steve paul, so let's talk about this fabulous data start. very nice. very comfortable. comfortable to start. you guys a little couple of forties, mainly fifties, but we're already starting to see some sixties. it will be warmer today. today probably tomorrow before big dramatic change starts to roll in here thursday and friday. but today it's all systems go for lots of sunshine. and two for tuesday clear and then warmer temperatures will be jumping up. you're not. we're not going to get as hot as we
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were last friday, but will still be in the seventies eighties, too, near maybe 90 for a few of the north wind there in santa rosa. alright over to sal. we have to head over to napa and i wish we had better reasons to go. but it's a lot of traffic this one. well they finally clear that crash steve, it was across 29 to 21. just before you get on that bridge there. it's gone now, but the damage is done. 29 is backed up well into american canyon and highway 12 might as well just be backed up all the way out to 80 now nearby. there's also some slowing on 37, which is the normal commute slowing and they're slow traffic on highway four this morning, pittsburgh conquered and 60, 80. concord, walnut creek. that's all very slow. highway 24, though, has some slow traffic because of a crash going the other way. eastbound 24 central lafayette, there's some slow traffic westbound because of the crash and rubber neckers. it's a no one. let's go back to the headlines. the federal reserve is meeting today to consider another interest rate hike. this comes after a very rough day on the markets here in the u. s and
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globally. sally rasmus is here now with a look at the numbers right now what we can expect today, ali. good morning, andre and gaussian. any minute now we're expecting to hear president biden speak. he's expected to talk about the economy at an event with labor unions in pennsylvania. the economy is what's on the mind of many investors and people across the country this morning concerns about inflation and the possibility of a recession looming. so taking a live look at the dow right now, you can see it is up just very slightly pretty much flat. the nasdaq and the s and p 500 also down. slight also up, i should say slightly and nasdaq up about 29 points, right now s and p 500 up about six points. but every hour when we check these numbers, it seems to go back and forth, so a lot of fluctuation in the market what's weighing on them? interest rates going up and the likelihood the economy is slowing down. the federal reserve will meet today and tomorrow. the expectation is that the beds will raise interest rates and at least half a point but this morning, there are reports that hype could be even higher, possibly as much as
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three quarters of a point. we're probably going through a very difficult period for the economy , or at least a difficult period within the market may reflect that. but ultimately, the market writes itself. we've seen that time and time again. and we fully expect to see that as we get through some of the shocks that were absorbing at the moment, and they were really an extraordinary number of them. some of those shocks inflation at a 40 year high economists believe it's been caused by a number of different factors from pent up post pandemic spending to supply chain issues and especially soaring oil and gas prices. the possibility of a recession has many bay area tech companies tight tightening their belts this morning, san francisco based coin based cryptocurrency exchange announced it is laying off about 18% of its workforce. other companies have announced hiring freezes. for now, again any minute now we're expecting to hear from president biden. we will have another update in the next hour of mornings on to about what he says, will also
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continue to keep an eye on the andre will send it back to you. thank you. we've just learned that the congressional hearing on the capital riot that was scheduled for tomorrow has been postponed. reports that delay is to give the video team more time to work on technical issues. during yesterday's hearing, several longtime allies of former president donald trump told congress that they repeatedly told him he lost the 2020 election and there was no reason for him to dispute the results. but he refused to listen to them. one senior adviser testified the president instead listen to his adviser, rudy giuliani, who encouraged the president to declare victory. in the mirror was definitely intoxicated their suggestions by, i believe was mayor giuliani to go and declare victory, he said. there's lots of fraud going on here, flat out that much of the information he's getting his false. and or just not supported by the evidence hearing is scheduled for thursday and is expected to look into the pressure campaign on former vice president mike pence. congresswoman zoloft grin is accusing the trump campaign
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of raising hundreds of millions of dollars from supporters only to use a small amount of that on legal action. the congressional committee presented evidence that the trump campaign repeatedly sent emails to supporters asking them to donate to what it called the official election defense fund. the committee says there was no such fun. more than $250 million was collected. most of it went to a trump political action committee. the big lie was also a big rip off. the former president laid the groundwork for these false claims well in advance of the election as early as april, 2020. mr trump claimed that the only way he could lose an election. would be as a result of fraud. congresswoman lawford later told cnn the committee has evidence that trump family also personally benefited from those donations, she says the trump campaign paid kimberly guilfoyle $60,000 to deliver a two minute speech at the january 6th rally. certainly we have you covered here on mornings onto and you can
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continue to follow the latest on the congressional committee hearings. when you head around website ktvu .com. or happening today, the city of san jose will decide if it wants to keep a program that teams up mental health professionals with police officers. it's part of the mayor's budget proposal. ktvu james torrez is live outside san jose police headquarters with the tails on the plan. tell us about it, james. andre in the morning. well, it's part of a plan that's already somewhat in place here. pairing mental health professionals with police officers on certain scenes. well, mayor sam liccardo says. funding for that is starting to run out. so he wants to expand that he addressed that in a june budget proposal message. in his proposal, he says he's asking to hire four new and permanent positions. those positions would respond with police to calls involving mental health. they are called the mobile crisis assessment team. they were separate uniforms from police. they undergo separate, specialized training. the idea coming from a partnership with pd and the santa clara county behavioral services department,
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mayor liccardo says, having a professional on the scene with those officers can go a long way. so critically important to have that first person. who reaches somebody who's having a mental health episode. uh, to be a person who does not seem threatening. someone who is not carrying a gun. somebody who doesn't have a badge in the uniform that can really help the de escalate the situation. this crisis team was first founded at the end of 2020 under a grant from the u. s department of justice. the mayor says that grant is now running out and he wants to expand the program because, he says, it seems to be working. city council expected to meet later this morning at about 11 am i did hear back from the san jose police department spokesperson tells me that they support any kind of idea that adds more officers to their team. the mayor's office says a conversation about this specific proposal likely won't happen until about 5 36 o'clock tonight they will vote still is expected today. we're live this morning
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in san jose. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. james thank you. police in lafayette are asking for help in their search for two men who assaulted and robbed a letter carrier. it happened yesterday afternoon while the postal worker was making around on camino diablo near highway 24. witnesses say the postal worker was followed by two men who then beat her outside an office building. they say at least one of the robbers had a gun. she was very shocked and traumatized. and she had blood all over shirt. and so the ambulance came and took her away. the letter carrier was taken to the hospital is expected to fully recover from her injuries. investigators say the two men may have been after the postal workers keys, which can be used to steal mail. us postal service is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. caltrans is working to clear mudslides that shut down state route 17 butte county. the highways closed near jarboe because of mudslides in the feather river canyon. caltrans
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says several people had to be rescued after their vehicles were trapped between the slides. no one was hurt. the sides happened in the dixie fire burn scar area during some rainfall sunday. the chp says it hopes to get the highway reopened by friday. well happening today. san francisco cruz start the annual ritual of relocating sand along ocean beach, and the equipment will move more than 58,000 tons of sand away from the great highway and closer to the ocean. that's the keep the sand from blowing onto the road in the coming months during the three weeks of work, southbound lanes of the great highway will be closed between lincoln way and sloat boulevard. people who walk and ride bikes in that area are still encouraged to use the northbound lanes. we can't get you out the door eight. oh, nine. we've had some issues pop up. where do we need to start south? yeah well, i want to start with the napa freeways just because people may not know that we had a truck accident that really mess things up on north beyond 29, also on westbound highway 12 that's getting away from 80 or heading north out of american canyon. it really is a mess. this is
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because of an earlier crash that's now clear. that's now clear. so don't be surprised if you're going that way. all that slow traffic we have. we also have more traditional slowing on how we foreign 6 80 on highway 24 eastbound coming out of orinda. here's the surprise. they're clearing a crash near central lafayette, and we have some slow traffic there. i also want to mention the bay bridge is still a little bit slow getting into san francisco, and we have some slow traffic a little bit on the same mateo bridge on the foster city side. san jose still has some slowing in that area. as you drive across 10, let's go back to the desk. well, thank you. a surgery gone wrong for a four year old boy in houston, changing his life forever coming up the doctor's mistake that led to getting the boy of sector me instead of a hernia surgery. also after a quick break good state warriors star stephon curry may not have fired back on the court, but he did so with his clothing choices. we'll talk about the significance of giant this t shirt he wore right after
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it went away from another nba championship in front of a ruckus chase center crowd, the dubs beat the boston celtics one. oh, 4 to 94 to take a game
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three to the game 22 game lead in the series, ktvu joe fonzi reports. courtside on the team victory. you might equate the warriors win in game five of the nba championship series as like two heavyweight fighters slugging it out. the warriors certainly won the early rounds. draymond green talked about how he needed to be better in this championship series, and this game was a very dream. unlike effort. eight points, six assists, eight rebounds as the warriors got the jump in the first quarter. yeah, i felt more like myself, just aggressive on both sides of the ball. um a lif in game four, as well after an atrocious game three, but you know, you just got to continue to build. the warriors built a lead as big as 16 points in the first half, clay thompson with three of his 21 points, the words didn't shoot all that well from three point range, but clay was five of 11 from beyond the arc. the warriors were up 12 at halftime, but then back to that
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boxing analogy, the celtics won the middle rounds. they went on a nice run in the third quarter, al horford hit this three pointer. they had their first lead of the game at 58 to 55. but back to the complimentary players for the warriors. jordan's pool made sure that the warriors would have the lead headed to the fourth when he beat the buzzer with the three it was 75 74 warriors. pool had 14 points. gary payton, the second contributed 15 off the bench. but this was the night when the star for the warriors was andrew wiggins wiggins with a poster ization dunk with 2 10 to play. wiggins had 26 points and 13 rebounds. the warriors up 15. they go on to win by a final score of 104 to 94. after this game, it was andrew wiggins, who everyone was talking about. he's found such a crucial role on our team, and i think that empowers him. he knows how much we need them. and so he's been been fantastic. we had no idea. you
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know that that he would um, make this kind of contribution, but i think it's a it's a reminder that for every almost every player in the nba circumstances or everything, you know this is ultimate ultimate stage. and then they get bigger than this so i was out there just being aggressive and you know it was. it was a good game. so now it's very simple for the warriors, but not easy. they have two games to win one. but until they do that they haven't done anything as far as a championship is concerned. they get their chance to wrap things up on thursday in boston and san francisco, joe fonzi ktvu fox two. well the warriors will host a watch party in and outside chase center for game. six. fans left the arena pumped last night. one more victory means 1/4 nba title in eight seasons, the dubs have gained many new
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fans during their dynasty. some came from as far away as nashville to catch up with their team up close. it's nba finals. i've never been to an nba finals game, so it's cool to be in the home arena pulling for my son's favorite team. it's great. it's way louder than i thought it would be. we were supposed to win earlier, but it was my birthday, so we had to take it a little bit longer, so we have one more game. we're going to close it out. warriors love playing at home, too. they are now 11 and one at chase center in these playoffs for your star stephon curry made a statement with his choice of clothing after the game last night or a t shirt that read. aisha curry can cook, perhaps a jab at a boston area brewery that its storefront signs mocking his daughter, riley and wife ayesha, of course , a cookbook author, restauranteur philanthropist. the list goes on. the san francisco giants are offering a new way for fans to come to games the rest of the season for a minimum cost of $500 fans can become members of what's being called the flex ticket account that money can be used to buy
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tickets for games this season. the giants say having a flex ticket account guarantees you get the lowest ticket price available. the $500 starter account is proceeding in the bleachers. the view box. you reserve an arcade. there are one in $2000 plans that will include more premium seating. it's like one of those flex spending accounts expended on game ticket . well it's that's pretty cool idea, though. i like it. alright salesman watching some issues at the bay bridge toll plaza. slow down there and around the bay area as well. south tell us about yeah, it is a little bit slow. and you know, i've been watching the north bay because we have some unusual slow traffic getting up to the north bay. in fact, we have some slow traffic getting up to napa. specifically things are getting a little better, but highway 12 is not very good. it's very slow this morning, and so is northbound 29 because of an earlier crash at 2 21, which finally cleared how we for is slow and eastbound 24 out of orinda approaching central lafayette. don't let that surprise you. they're clearing a car that went off the road. we
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have been looking at the toll plaza. this is pretty typical. if you're driving into san francisco, there's a little bit of a delay there and you can see traffic is okay on the mid bay crossings. the subject. community is still a little bit slow as you drive up to the west valley, which is not unusual. let's take a quick look at 2 80 from our live camera there. it's improving quite a bit. 8 19. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. thank you, sir. it'll be sunny and warmer for us today, probably most of tomorrow inland and big changes on the way thursday into sunday. we will focus first on the water temps which continue to drop, and they've been this way since april. it's amazing. there's still this cold in mid mid june, and i think i think they might even stay this cold all the way throughout the next third week or so. as another law is going to drop in bodega bay briefly dropped to 47 back up to 48 point raises dropped from 50 to 49 san francisco, but we still have 51 degrees and phil moses will this be in cooler temps and a lot of fog is coming. when you get these colder ocean temps, the answer is yes, but it needs a little bit of help, and the
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help will be in the form of an upper low coming in that opens the door to the onshore breeze. you get eighties and nineties inland, you create a little surface low combination of that, along with that low dropping in will give us a bigger fog bank cooler, windy conditions and maybe some scattered showers. it will increase the relative humidity cloud cover will be on the move starting low first. this will be on thursday and friday and then the higher clouds will spill in and there is a possibility, especially up in the sierra. i'd say also up in the northern sonoma napa county lake in mendocino of some possible showers. so another four days away, but just a heads up because a lot of people take off this time of year on the weekend. we have sunshine and warmer temps today, so your tuesday forecast has fifties for lows were already in the sixties. for many sunny for all we will get a breeze. i mean, there is a slight northerly breeze in the hills there sixties on a lot of attempts for most right now we are running warmer by 1 to 7 degrees compared to yesterday at this time with nevada. leading the way, plus seven sfo's plus five santa rosa and conquered also plus five, so add five at least,
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are those highs from yesterday, but they'll associated low coming out of the gulf of alaska is gonna drop in here. thursday for a big change too windy cooler and maybe some big changes by the weekend sixties seventies eighties nineties today about the same wednesday, here comes the big change cooler, bigger fog bank windy thursday into friday. keep an eye on things for saturday. you guys, steve? thank you. 21 coming up on mornings on to some information on what happened in a deadly school shooting and your valley could be blocked. even from the families of the victims, details on a legal loophole being used by a law firm representing the city of vivaldi. and protecting one of the last wild rivers in europe after the break what one california based clothing company is doing to increase awareness about europe's natural be this? this is supersonic wifi from xfinity. it's fast. like, ready-for- major-gig-speeds fast. like riding-a-cheetah fast. isn't that right, girl? whoa! it can connect hundreds of devices at once. [ in unison ] that's powerful.
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closed of yellowstone national park at the beginning of the busy summer season. two major rivers in that park are running at such high levels. they're washing away riverbanks that support homes, bridges and roads along the water. take a look. thank goodness no one was in this house when it floated downstream. evacuation orders are in place. it's not clear, though, how many people are still stranded in the park or when the park might reopen. while southern california clothing company patagonia is working to save one of the last wild rivers in europe, patagonia is teaming up with several environmental groups to create a national park to preserve the v osha river in albania.
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environmentalists have an agreement with the albanian government to give up plans to build eight hydropower stations on that river and instead keep the river wild by declaring the area a national park. a texas couple is suing a houston hospital following the family. what the family attorney says is a botched hernia operation on their four year old son. the lawsuit claims the doctor performed at unintended vasectomy. during surgery on the child's groin last year, the attorney says the doctor cut the wrong piece of the child's anatomy in an operation, he says, has changed the boy's life forever. e surgeon we think cut accidentally the vast difference , which is one of the tubes that carries reproductive semen in it. the hospital says the surgeon who performed the operation has no history of practice. but at this point it has no other comment on the lawsuit. 25 protests continue outside the home of supreme court justices before the
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expected release of a decision by the high court that could overturn roe v. wade. just as samuel alito has been under heavy criticism for writing the leaked draft decision that indicated justices were poised to overturn that landmark abortion ruling. abortion rights advocates have been protesting since then outside the supreme court. and the home of justice is the senate recently passed a bill to spend more on protection for justices and their families. the battle continues between cars and pedestrians in san francisco's golden gate park, coming up the attempts being done once again to put an end to the car free designation for jfk drive band extended for new vacation rentals in many parts of sonoma county county leaders say the
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in the south bay. a security guard was trying to help. a woman under attack was killed. the connection between the man and woman also dead after what police say was a murder. suicide also were very closely watching wall street stocks suffered their biggest year to date losses since at least the 19 sixties what investors are looking for the latest numbers as the dow is down slightly. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto a busy one. we're glad you're here. i'm gasia mikaelian. andre. senior. thank you so much for joining us. it is tuesday. june 14th is coming up on 8 30 right now. here's steve paulson with a look at your weather on this tuesday. steve looks nice. you two right behind you already clear it's going to stay that way today and
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tomorrow before big changes start on thursday. everything as far as fog is out to sea. for now, water times are really cold, though, but unless you're right by the water's edge matter , so you're two for tuesday at a clear morning still nice out there. warmer attempts are on the way. if today isn't the warmest day then tomorrow we'll be inland. but it'll be closed today. seventies eighties upper eighties to a few near 90 degrees. all right, sounds here. i heard him say it's better in napa. it is better. we had a crash. steve as you know, we've been talking about it for a while on 29 to 21 heading over to napa and to that part of sonoma county. a lot of people take it. it has improved through american canyon. what hasn't improved? unfortunately as highway 12, it's very slow, leaving the cordelia area heading over to napa. also looking at how we for improvement there eastbound 24 slow traffic from orinda. getting out to central lafayette because they're clearing a crash there. it's 8 30. let's go back to the headlines. thank you knew this morning, investigators in east palo alto are looking for
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two people who shot and killed a 15 year old boy last night. officers responded to a shot spotter activation on manhattan avenue near the four seasons hotel in archaea store around nine pm when they arrived, they found the team had been shot. he later died at a hospital. this is citizen video from the area. investigators are working to talk to anyone who might have been in the area at the time of that shooting. police say they hope surveillance video will lead to the arrest of a car thief who dragged the car's owner down the street. we'll share the video here that shows what happened in oakland's chinatown neighborhood near eighth and jackson, watch the area you can see getting someone as seeing someone walking up to the car getting inside. the car's owner, then runs back to the vehicle and opens the door. the thief, then drives away and drags the owner a short distance . the victim suffered several cuts and scrapes. at this point . police are still looking for the thief and the vehicle. police are, say a security guard trying to protect a woman during a domestic dispute was shot and killed. when he tried to intervene, detectives say after the suspect killed the security
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guard, he shot and killed the mother of his six children, then turned the gun on himself. it happened in the parking lot of the crescent village apartment complex in north san jose sunday morning. neighbors say they were startled to hear the gunshots. that was pretty afraid, honestly, to kind of shaken. seems like a very random act, and that's not something you want to see any day, but i feel for the victims, of course. investigators say the couple's youngest child is just one year old and the oldest only 10. the children are now with their maternal grandmother. san jose police have not released the names of the couple or the security guard. san jose. police have also announced an arrest in a homicide from three months ago. it was a shooting their centers, a state on march, 27th at south fourth street and east san carlos, investigators say 31 year old ronald spencer shot and killed a man from spencer was arrested in chicago. detectives just flew out there last week to interview him. he was already in custody on a previous arrest for domestic violence charges in
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chicago. right now, he's still remains in chicago in custody for that domestic violence charge, and he's waiting formal extradition back to our county to face homicide charges. no word yet on a motive for the shooting. the biden ministrations going after gun traffickers now u. s attorney general merrick garland announced an initiative garland says it costs for shutting down gun trafficking pipelines around the nation. he cited one example of a man who died last week who was accused of buying at least 92 guns from federally licensed firearms dealers, including 75 weapons from a single dealer in six months. these guns were then later recovered in multiple states and canada. if you put illegal guns on our streets or into the hands of violent offenders that justice department will spare no resource to hold you accountable. parts of this crackdown involves federal prosecutors being instructed to prioritize suspects were believed responsible for the greatest gun violence, including
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repeat offenders, survivors and victims. families from the from the valley, texas school shooting may never find out exactly what happened that day. the city is working to block some information from being released using a policy that keeps information private in cases where no one has been convicted. the gunman in this case was killed by law enforcement officers. the judge rules in favor of the city. details of police movements, body camera footage and communication could be permanently sealed. volatility continues on wall street as investors wait for direction from the federal reserve policymakers are trying to strike a critical balance. pam cook this has been an up and down day already. she's upstairs now in dollars and cents. critical balances the balance between raining and inflation and preventing a severe and prolonged recession. the consensus has been at least a half a point increase in the key short term interest rate. economists now leaning towards a three quarter point hike to fight inflation. the fed will also consider this morning's producer price index when making that decision, the latest report shows producer prices increased
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nearly 11% from this time last year, of course, producer prices. often get passed right on down to the consumer as that opening bill ring this morning, the 10 year treasury jumped to 3.37% as bond yields rise. it is also more likely we will see a more aggressive move. by the federal reserve. now, as we take a live look numbers are still down. the nasdaq's fluctuating though a bit so the dow jones you can see down a little bit more than 100 points the s and p 500 down. just a little bit percentage wise, the nasdaq, though now up a quarter of a percent, still well below the 11,000 point at this 0.0.8 10,039. now stocks have dropped quickly. slow to recover. gas prices are the opposite. they rose quickly, and analysts say they are not likely headed lower anytime soon. so the oil markets remember our global markets. and so it takes a while before the supply and the demand comes back into sync. so in the short run, i don't see any relief for that
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for the reason and that's why you're going to keep seeing prices rise because we have this increased demand, especially during the summer months, and the supply shock is still there. part of that supply. shock is from a ban on russian oil after russia invaded ukraine. analysts predict it will be at least a few more months before prices stopped rising and even longer before they start to drop. sonoma has extended its ban on new vacation rentals in many parts of the county board of supervisors decided to continue its moratorium on issuing new vacation rental permits in most areas outside local city limits. no county leaders say that ban is still needed while they develop a permanent ordinance regulating short term rentals. vacation rentals have raised concerns about noise. public safety and housing availability. by the way, in case you didn't remember the sundays, father's day and new national survey found the average american family will spend about $172 on father's day gifts. this year.
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it's down just about $2 from last year, researchers found most of the money goes to cards and clothing. ties always ranked pretty high as gift for dad. i'm pam cook. that's a look at your dollars and cents. thank you so much. our time now to check in on the weather was steeples. all right. thank you, too. we have a lot of clear skies here. attempts already warming up or running about 1 to 7 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago, but the beat goes on in the pacific northwest national weather service in spokane. just sent out a tweet saying they picked up an ancient 11 100 yesterday in the last 24 hours. that's in 24 hours. an entire month is average an inch and 17 100. so they are almost an entire month of rain yesterday. i'm not surprised that lowest parked right over that. rain rain rain, the pacific northwest just will not go away. we will get a taste of something like that towards the weekend. but today it's all about sunshine. little bit of an offshore direction here. higher elevations are bumping up. remember they were seventies last friday dropped down to the forties fifties. now there in
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the sixties snow mountain 63 ben lomond mountain 65. so some warmer air loft is building in. but the water time saying not here, we're continuing to cool off 48 49 51. bodega bay point race, say francisco bowie really cold ocean temps there, but it'll be warmer today fifties for lows already in the sixties . for many clear skies, sunny for all, there'll be a little bit of a breeze. but probably not enough to take the edge off. if today isn't the warmest day tomorrow will be, but it'll be close. san rafael menlo park, danville, saratoga, all bumping up 84 82 88 87 on the highs. sixties on attempts for most already. i mean, the sunnyvale is already 68. degrees 66. nevada berkeley, 66 conquered 66 there. you can see we're running 1 to 7 degrees warmer with nevada outfront, plus seven. but plus two or three for many conquers plus five livermore plus four. the high pressure system continues to try and flex its muscle. but it can't there's another system on the way. so we get some gradual warming, and then it gets knocked right back down, and another unseasonably
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strong system. is dropping in friday into saturday. cooler windy with a bigger fog bank is a given where that low sets up and it's going to be very close to us could generate some scattered showers, especially north and east. as we head into the weekend. right now, the focus is up in tahoe, maybe northern sonoma county, napa county, mendocino lake in the northern sacramento valley. so many people taking off for the weekend. keep that in mind. there could be a little bit of activity here. we'll get closer to it. we'll update the details. 60 seventies eighties nineties today about the same tomorrow. then here comes that low, bigger fog bank and wind picks up thursday much cooler you guys friday into saturday. our job is to build out their family trees and look for connections between those family trees unsold and unidentified obey area woman murdered decades ago. her identity is still a mystery. coming up on the nine why investigators say they're hopeful new technology could lead to a break in the case. recent attacks on the lgbtq community are raising concerns
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♪ ♪ let play unwind your mind. ikea. since that targeted the lgbtq community has san francisco police on high alert, leading up to additional pride events in the city officers tell ktvu
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christian captain. they're taking action to keep people safe. and right now there are no credible or specific threats targeting the city. the lgbtq community says there has been a disturbing increase in threats of violence targeting them recently, more than 30. proud boys arrested incurred alene, idaho, one suspicion they were planning a riot at a nearby pride celebration. police in the east are investigating members of the same organization for reportedly disrupting a drag queen reading our in san lorenzo at a library in san francisco. authorities are investigating a threat against state senator scott wiener. the center, saying he's received thousands of threats over the years, but this was different. this one was quite aggressive. and um, uh, you know it and threatened the bomb. um and so we took it seriously and called the police and the police came out and checked everything out of it at all checked out, but it was definitely scary. lgbtq community groups say the incidents are more than just
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threats and intimidation. they crossed the line to domestic terrorism. they want to silence our community. um they are afraid of our community and therefore, um, use, uh, terrorism to try to, uh, invoke fear in our community, san francisco police say with productivity's ramping up in the city, there are still no credible or specific threats to the city's lgbtq community in constant communication with our state, local and federal partners to ensure the safety of everyone in the city of san francisco. um and our staff our department will be staffed to handle all calls for service throughout pride month. members of the lgbtq community say these recent events are just efforts to force them back into the closet, but they say they will not be intimidated. we're not going away. we're going to be proud and help this month and we're not going anywhere. san francisco police tell me they
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are on the lookout for chatter or threats, but they need the communities helped to let them know about any suspicious activities around pride celebrations. the rule of thumb, as always, is, if you see something, say something in san francisco. christien kafton ktvu, fox two news. the supreme court has ruled that undocumented immigrants can be detained longer than six months while waiting to be deported. in a ruling released yesterday, the supreme court reversed a decision that allowed immigrants to request to be released after six months in custody while fighting deportation orders. the court ruled that those immigrants do not have the right to a bond hearing and can be detained for months, even years before their cases are resolved . a woman who wrote the essay called how to murder your husband was sentenced to life in prison. for killing her husband , nancy crampton. brophy was convicted last month of second degree murder in the june 2000 and 18 death of her husband, daniel. he was gunned down at the culinary school where he taught cooking classes in oregon. prosecutors argued that money was the main factor here.
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court documents showed. the couple took out life insurance policies shortly before her husband's death, responded to fence after her new song sort of controversy online. some people said it's lyrics were insensitive. lizzo song girls originally used the word spas. critics including many people with disabilities, said the word is a derogatory term used against people with disabilities . lizzo has since taken action responded on instagram, saying she's replaced that line and remove the term. she said she never wanted to promote derogatory language and said she was proud to listen. and take action even before it hits theaters this friday. disney pixar's latest movie, lightyear is under fire, a brief same sex kissing scene in the animated space adventure is causing the film to be banned in some countries. actually divorces in hollywood with reaction from the movie stars. good luck, captain. counting on you. roger that, houston. we have a problem. disney pixar announcing its new upcoming film, lightyear is banned from being released in at
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least 14, middle eastern and asian countries over what movie officials speculate is a brief scene depicting two animated characters sharing a same sex kiss. actor chris evans, the voice behind iconic space ranger buzz lightyear expressing disappointment. it's great that we're a part of something that's making steps forward in the in the social inclusion capacity, but it's frustrating that there is still places that that aren't where they should be representatives for the united arab emirates, saying the same sex kiss violates the country's media content standards. but producers for light years say they aren't going to change a thing. we've gotten requests for things to cut. disney isn't going to modify the material. we're not going to cut out anything other cast members applauding the commitment to representing members of the lgbtq community. we're hoping for a time when we don't even have to have this conversation. it's normal and it should be normalized. this isn't the only time the same sex interaction caused a disney film to be banned earlier this year, saudi
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arabia and other middle eastern countries refused to show marvel's doctor strange in the multiverse of madness over similar complaints. light your acts as a prequel to the toy story franchise and follows buzz on his sci fi adventures through the cosmos. this is the movie that andy watched that made him want to get a toy. it's really it's really cool. you can catch lightyear when it blasts off in theaters. june 17. in hollywood . ashley birkin, fox news. happening today. the berkeley city council will consider proposals to tax vacant property . under the plan, the owners of vacant properties with more than two units would be taxed up to $6000 a year depending on the size of the property. the goal is to encourage landlords to find renters by either improving the property or lowering the rate. maria really busily building housing in berkeley. but we need solutions right now for something that was considered incredibly unfair that there are people that own property that rental property that they are not renting out. so i look at it as a piece of
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the puzzle. the tax would not apply to single family rental homes or duplexes. if approved, the measure could appear on the november ballot. berkeley currently has 4700 vacant units. a group that wants to reopen jfk drive in san francisco. two cars hopes to put the measure on the ballot. the group wants to overturn the board of supervisors decision back in april to make the road in golden gate park. permanently car free proposal is called access to all it still needs to be certified before supporters can start collecting the 9000 signatures needed to put that measure. on the november ballot. final check of this tuesday traffic. where do we find ourselves south castaneda in the east bay there , geisha and andre right now, let's start there. we can see that if you're driving, let's say to walnut creek. you usually don't see slow traffic heading the other way. let's say that. non commute direction, but we do have slowing on eastbound 24 heading to orinda because of an earlier crash at central lafayette. you can see the
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traffic on the shore is beginning to get better. likewise for that richmond san rafael bridge and at the bay bridge, we have improved which is good news. 8 49. let's go back to steve with today's weather. thank you, sir. we're already warming up running about 1 to 7 degrees warmer than yesterday. this time clear, smooth sailing. i want rainbow north. there's plenty of rain up in portland, seattle and spokane and now into the intermountain region and also the northern plains were attempts have dropped there, but it's really hot and humid for much of the country, not our turn this time around, which is kind of refreshing. we've had plenty of that the last three summers but a little bit of an offshore breeze today. the water temp's though still very, very cold 48 49 51. so when you get upper eighties to low nineties a bigger fog bank is not far away . it'll be here, probably on thursday warmer today, though, sunny for all, maybe a little bit of a breeze. but right now up in the hills, there's no doubt about it northerly. so for san rafael, menlo park, danville and saratoga will bump those eyes up. 84 82 88. in 87 degrees sixties already for many or one
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low 70, but 66 nevada, 66 conquered. 68 sunnyvale, 65 san carlos 66 1 observation. in berkeley, and there's your degrees warmer compared to yesterday at this time. one san jose, but seven nevada with concord plus five paolo alto in mountain view, and sfo, also plus five, so the pacific i tries to build in, but another system says, i don't think so. and it starts to knock it down. that will start on thursday and then the low is going to drop and drop and get very close to us as we head into friday and especially saturday morning saturday afternoon cooler, windy, bigger fog bank and scattered showers look like a possibility. i mean, you get a low even though it doesn't have much to work with. you're going to have steep lapse rates here in a little bit of lift. so for the sierra nevada northern sacramento valley, and maybe i'd say northern sonoma county napa lake in mendocino. something to keep an eye ony afternoon, improving on sunday 60 seventies eighties low nineties today, if today isn't the warmest day then tomorrow will be after that.
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here comes that low. here comes a bigger fog bank. the cooling begins and much cooler and windy. friday into saturday, you guys, steve, thank you so much. alright. the worry is just one win away now from winning the nba championship when he joined us on the night we're talking live with 95 7. the game host met steinmetz for what fans can expect at their game. in boston. also we've been talking about the fact that gas is sky high across the bear. but andre, these prices can almost touch the heavens. look at that gas is close to $10 a gallon way up in the north bay. how that price is
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55 3. parrots recently smuggled into the united states now have a new home at the san francisco zoo. the u. s fish and wildlife service says the yellow crown amazon parrots were just 10 weeks old when they were confiscated by federal agents. the birds are native to central and south america, the valuable
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here in the united states, due mostly to their ability to mimic human voices. agents rescued the parrots as part of the u. s. government's crackdown on international bird smugglers. amazon wants to start delivering packages by drone right here in california. amazon says if everything goes according to plan, people living in the community of la oxford between sacramento and stockton could have drones dropped off or drop off their orders just 30 minutes after they are placed. the company says the drones will be programmed to drop off packages and customers backyards. the first step in building amazon prime air is what it's called, is getting permission from the f a. a amazon hopes to have the service available by the end of this year. well tomorrow, microsoft will shut down internet explore less than 2% of the global browser market uses a 27 year old i e. microsoft has replaced it on its newer versions of windows with its edge browser. google chrome is still the top browser with 60% of computers worldwide, using the program to view the
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internet. whatever happened in netscape? remember that good old days jool? for learning more about the discrimination lawsuit that was settled between google and more than 15,000 of its female employees who worked for the company, wholly pieces, one of the four women who filed a class action lawsuit against google for pay discrimination back in 2017. she says they want google to change its practices. evaluate women's work performance is fairly and pay women equally to men. we know that women. and women minorities. um get paid substantially less than men across the board, and i think companies need to be on notice that it's not okay. google agreed to settle the case and released a statement denying any wrongdoing. the tech giant said settling was in the best interests of everyone involved. the settlement still needs to be approved by the san francisco superior court. the trial against former theranos executive sunny bell wani will
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closing arguments can begin. closing arguments in the criminal fraud trial. we're supposed to start today, but they have now been pushed back to next tuesday. no reason was given for the week. delay faces 10 counts of fraud and two counts of conspiracy related to his role in the failed blood testing company. well one eggs. ex girlfriend. there are nose founder elizabeth holmes was convicted on the same charges back in january. or gas prices at one northern california gas station getting very close to $10 a gallon. yeah you heard that right of chevron station mendocino, charging $9.63 for a gallon of regular guests. worker there says it costs more to bring gas to the area, so they have to charge this much just to stay in business. the factory and transportation costs the proximity to pipelines and refineries, and those could also add up to the price of gasoline. so it really just depends on what your what your where you are traveling, and that's why we
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always recommend it to your research. because if you can find a different route, we may end up in an area that has cheaper prices. if you're planning on out of state road trip this summer, once you get out of california, you see gas prices dropped dramatically. the california legislature sent governor newsom its state budget plan. the $300 billion proposal , approved yesterday includes many spending priorities. including the governor's plan on issues ranging from tax rebates , immigration and healthcare. the negotiations between the governor and legislative leaders will continue, but state lawmakers are required to approve their own budget plan before tomorrow's june 15th deadline. the rolling stones canceled the show just hours before they were set to perform in amsterdam after lead singer mick jagger tested positive for covid. the band released a statement saying jagger, who is 78 years old, first reported symptoms when he arrived at the stadium. and fans were already at the venue in the show was called off the bench says the amsterdam show will be rescheduled. not clear of the stones will play friday show set for switzerland. bidding has begun for a coveted private lunch with legendary investor
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warren buffett. bidding now tops $3 million. the lunch raises money for san francisco's glide church since 2000 buffett has raised more than $34 million for that tenderloin church and its programs. bidding is now open. you have to go to ebay bidding ends on friday. wants to go even further when it comes to who responds to people having a mental health crisis, details behind the latest proposal that could mean extra help for the police and fire departments. also ahead. another interest rate hike is looming after a rough day on wall street why the federal reserve says it's focusing on taming inflation, even at the risk of slowing down the economy. plus. it's just amazing way and step didn't even hit a three and they won. it was amazing. the warriors are just one win away from their fourth championship in the last eight years, the team effort that resulted in a big win against the celtics. today is tuesday, june 14th alive. look at chase
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