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beginning to meet right now it's decision could affect children as young as six months old. ended june team national holiday is tomorrow. we're going to take a look at some of the local events this weekend aimed at uplifting and empowering communities. joe. and we did that go. and the nba champions are back home. sweet home. the warrior set some, uh special fans greet them at sfo at the airport next. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two good morning. happy weekend, one at all. it's already saturday,
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june 18th father's day is tomorrow and i'm frank mallicoat wang. let's talk about our weather and rosemary oroczo. it was a little chilly this morning when i walked out of my house. i thought mm. this is different. better turn on the heat in the car for some outside this morning, so that's definitely a chill in the air and temperatures today only slightly warmer than yesterday. for areas sunday. i think we will see a. area this morning. alright thanks, rosemary. well happening now, the cdc is expected to approve the covid-19 vaccine for the youngest population. fda regulators gave the green light to fighter and moderna's vaccines yesterday for children as young as six months old. now it is up to the cdc decide to roll out that vaccine advisory panel is meeting now to recommend how to use the vaccines. this vaccine needs to
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be available so that parents can make the choice. they want to make them feel comfortable vaccinated and boosted myself. i trusted the science for myself with anything that's new. you have to trust the science. moderna's vaccine is a two shot series while fighters requires three shots, the fda says in testing the youngest children developed high levels of virus fighting antibodies with both formulas data. they hope will convince skeptical parents that the shots are safe in the cdcs decision. president biden says parents could start scheduling vaccinations as early as next week. and as they wait for the cdcs authorization, santa clara county says it is ready to administer those shots. as soon as monday. shots for young children will be given at county sites at doctor's offices and pharmacies, depending on when supplies arrive. at a news conference yesterday, health officials said they do know that families of young children have been anxiously waiting for this moment. anyone who's parented a
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child under five that other layer of protection, distancing and masks very difficult to implement in younger age groups and so important to have a vaccine. as another layer of protection for those young kids. the county estimates at 100,000 children younger than five living in santa clara county could be eligible for covid vaccines. time now is 703. the parents of jenny lind say they will never give up until her killer is caught each year. family and friends hold a vigil. in her honor. ktvu zach sauce has more. today jenny lind's memory lives on through the young musicians who perform as part of a foundation created in her honor. she loved music. and we want her love of music. being passed on to all the young musicians in the area back in 1994 jenny, talented viola
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player was found stabbed to death in her castro valley home just two days after celebrating her 14th birthday, and every year that our family holds these vigils, the memories flood back in we just hard for us to get over it. it's very soft. it's just so difficult. we like to keep our promise for chinese that we will find justice for her. each year, the alameda county sheriff's office offers any updates, are able to share advances in dna technology, giving them new reason to remain optimistic that they'll eventually be able to track down jenny's killer taken some key pieces of evidence. we've used the n back system. we believe that we are going to be successful in extracting some type of cells, jenny lind foundation and during that her case never fully fades from the spotlight and teaching a younger generation how to protect themselves, learning a lot about
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ways to stay safe when you're like walking by yourself or in your house, just locking doors. we'll also honoring all the good that they want her to be remembered for. spreading jenny's joy for music the way that it's taking something that was so tragic and turn it into something that was so good, um, is amazing to me, and i think that's the reason that i stay involved and you know, pretty much would do anything. they asked me to do as long as i can do it and the help that the lens continue to ask for the public's help in identifying jenny's killer. they have up their award to $200,000 for any information , leading to an arrest and conviction in castor valleys. axa's ktvu packs two news a suspect is in custody this morning accused of attacking three people at san francisco international airport. this happened shortly after six o'clock last night at sfo's international terminal. police say three people suffered minor cuts and scrapes in the attack. in a large knife was recovered at the scene. still not clear what led up to the attack, and police have not yet released the
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name of the suspect who was arrested at the scene. happening today. the alameda county fair is now underway with special events and concerts scheduled for the next three weeks. let's go to ktvu is james doors live from the fairgrounds and pleasant in with what we can look forward to this weekend, including a nice treat for father's day, and i gotta tell you, james fears always make me think of like 95 degree weather, so i like that you have your jacket on, at least for now, because it's cool and it gives you more time to enjoy the enjoy the fair. yeah this is that seven am weather. claudine good morning to you. maybe later this afternoon. we can expect it to get a little warm. get that summer feeling cause that's what affair is supposed to be all about. that's not what it was about last year when we had that kind of reduced version, that kind of covid delayed version, but here, you see the setup behind me, it's nothing. all kif yesterday.ree weeks, we're goine all of this all of it going to
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be pretty much resembling what you know and loved it to be before covid-19 this weekend, in particular, will be packed with tons of fun activities for people of all ages. let's show you what it's all about the very first item on the list for the day today that's the sun's out funds outrun. it's a short run around the fairgrounds racetrack, the oldest one mile track and proceeds benefit a local nonprofit the fare gates themselves open at 11 this morning. the fair then hosts it's rufus that goes from 2 to 5 p.m. later today, they will offer samplings from 15 breweries. then what you've probably seen on tv, the west coast regional. nathan's hot dog eating contest qualify the only one on the west coast that starts at 3 30 this afternoon. the top three men three women, those three winners are six winners. i should say. from this afternoon will qualify and be invited to compete for the real deal like coney island. that all happens on the fourth of july, and the new big attraction this year is the john madden memorial bus and alameda county native the bus honors the legendary football and broadcasting icon who we know passed away late last year, the bus will be on
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the fairgrounds for as long as the fair last. there will also be a concert by the band neon trees tonight as well as a new state of the art drone light show. tomorrow a nice father's day treat all all fathers. all dads will be allowed into the fair free until three pm again. the doors and gates at the fair will open at 11 this morning. an affair will go on. until july 10th. so we'll be checking it out all morning long giving you a little bit of those previews become 11 o'clock. we expect it to be real packed, and it's just going to be one of those summer activities that we are so happy to have back at full scale. paralyzed this morning and alameda county. i'm james torres. send it back to you on the desk and we will take it. thank you, james. will the warriors are spending the first morning back right here in the bay area after winning the larry o'brien nba championship trophy a couple of nights ago, that was fun, will a sizable and boisterous crowd. great at the team at sfo when they landed. among those at the airport was our elissa harrington. the 2022
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nba champions are in the bay area. the golden state warriors arrived at sfo, bringing some hardware with them. green clay thompson and steph curry were the first three off the plane. green carry the larry o'brien championship trophy, curry showed off his finals mvp award emotional. everybody's exhausted. get some rest and get ready. curry said. this series was like no other. this is his fourth championship, but it's the first for many of his teammates. chance that celebrate their so it means a lot like this guy right here. this guy right here, right here. hey chair to yeah. the to what is everybody doing? coach steve kerr said they had some fun after thursday's win. i'm not
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gonna lie i'm hungover said he celebrated with the team and their families. he called this an unlikely championship, he said. they worked extremely hard to make it happen and are excited to share the victory with dub nation it's just so great to be rewarded. good able to experience this with us, um, that's what makes it special, incredible fan base employees have chase center were invited on the tarmac to welcome the team home. san francisco mayor london breed also came to show support. great team a wonderful culture humble team. they worked hard lot of doubters, a lot of people and the folks were talking mass all about our city and everything else. well i don't hear him talking anymore. this was the team's first nba championship since they're moved to san francisco excited about the parade. we hope people will come out on monday to celebrate this amazing team.
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elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news. and the party will continue. fans have the weekend and get ready for monday's big championship parade. here's a look at the parade route. it's a little bit different than the giants championship parades of past monday's rally will be held at the foot of market at the ferry building prior to the parade. the actual parade will then travel up market street. festivities will kick off at 10 20 bright and early on monday morning, city officials expect hundreds of thousands of people to turn out and cheer on the dubs the parade will proceed up market street all the way to eight street near plaza. and that's where it will finish. the parade route is about a mile and a half, so lots of room to get out and cheer him on and extra security will be on hand to it's going to be historic because we've never had a warrior's parade in san francisco. so this is really exciting to get thousands of riders who have not ridden bart since the arrival of the pandemic in march of 2020.
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bart says they will extend as many trains to 10 cars as they can to accommodate money will run plenty of busses metro rails to handle the crowds. golden gate ferry will add another ship to its schedule as well. and i guess it's kind of an unofficial official holiday in the well, of course, be out there for our rally and parade coverage that begins at 10. of course. our morning show is going all morning long, too, so we'll be talking about it. i'll be there for the coverage. that is what i call rosemary. tough day at the office. you know, i'm like twist. my arm is going to be so nice and the weather is going to be great. yes looking forward to it well outside our doors this morning. we've got some nice weather. it is a bit of a cool start, especially for some of our north bay inland areas in the forties this morning giving you a live look there into san francisco. that's a gorgeous one, giving you an idea of the marine depth out there right about 1000 ft this morning, and we know this because well. the elevation of salesforce tower is about 1000 and 70 so low clouds
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along the coastline just inside the bay. partly cloudy mostly clear for the rest of us. in storm tracker two is quiet. we have a bit of a northwest flow out there this morning and right at the surface a little bit of a localized onshore flow field reporting at 10 mph. would you have napa, nevada and santa rosa reporting calm conditions. oakland this morning at seven. the temperature change within a few degrees. some of us a little bit cooler areas like santa rosa down by three degrees half moon bay down by two. meanwhile fairfield with a not such a robust onshore breeze this morning temperatures are actually up a little bit. 63 fairfield 52 in san francisco and santa rosa, you are one of those folks. dealing with upper forties this morning. the future cast shows you as we get into the afternoon partly cloudy to mostly clear conditions expected for today and today is only going to be slightly warmer than yesterday. we're going to remain below average for saturday. 76 in santa rosa for today, mid sixties in san francisco. upper
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sixties for you. oakland low seventies livermore as well as san jose. temperatures will begin to climb on father's day and eventually our inland cities back into the upper nineties. i'll have a look at those numbers for you in the extended forecast coming up. thank you. rosemary up. next it's the middle of pride month at celebrations are taking place all around the bay area and the lgbtq community says the mood. is not all that festive that will explain and the search continues for three americans missing in ukraine. now there's evidence that the russians may be holding them against their will.
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♪ ♪ ♪ let play unwind your mind. ikea. bqe community says recent incidents show pride month and the gay rights movement are more needed than ever. amberleigh talked to members of the lgbtq community via about why they're hopeful at the same time. very concerned. i was so excited june
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being here pride i feel like i've come home. san francisco is home to a large pride celebration that includes frame line and annual lgbt q film festival that is underway. organizers expect that 10 day event to draw 60,000 people really taking back of our identity and dignity and claiming that we are here, but a number of anti lgbt q incidents have taken place in recent days. in idaho police arrested members of a white supremacist group suspected of plotting to disrupt a pride event. in san lorenzo, a white supremacist group interrupted a drag queen story our held at the public library in pacifica. police say they are investigating a possible hate crime after someone removed a pride flag at an elementary school and burned it feels like the clock has been dialing back on so many issues. lawrence hicks tells me she plans to participate in the pride parade.
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and other celebratory events. it hasn't swayed me, but i do have to be mindful that it can happen anywhere. francisco police say it hasn't received any credible threats so far, and that it is working with federal law enforcement regarding security for pride. we have officers on foot throughout the area. i can't go into all the details about how they're deployed, but condition. sure, everyone that's you know, from the city or coming to visit the city for pride that we will have sufficient people in the area. many people say the return of pride celebrations after three year absence due to the pandemic shutdown is much needed and that hateful incidents against the community should not be a deterrent as much as us down. we will bounce back up and we'll still celebrate who we are. you know, you pay a little more attention around you, but i choose not to live in fear and have that sort of thing. drive how i live. everyone we spoke with, say a pride is about bringing people together and these incidents point to the need for members of the lgbtq
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community to be visible and able to tell their stories. in san francisco amberleigh ktvu, fox two news. here's a partial list of some of the local pride events over the weekend frame lines. film festival is movie showings at theaters across san francisco in the north bay american canyon, hosting its pride pop up starting at nine o'clock at the shenandoah park there, and the coast pride celebration will be held starting at two o'clock in half. moon bay all includes performers , food trucks and a parade. well juneteenth is tomorrow, where there are numerous local events at the entire weekend, san francisco's fillmore street will hold a freedom celebration at 11 a.m. oakland has several events , including the afrocentric juneteenth celebration at lake merritt. that two day festival starts at noon and includes a pan african wellness vest today and a family celebration tomorrow, promoting community culture and love. several roads in that area will be shut down.
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east oakland will host the futures festival today. starting at 11 am, organizers call it a block party showcasing local foods, artwork and culture. this is a free event on 90th avenue between holly and birch along the scraper bike way. juneteenth recognizes tune the 19th 18 65 more than two months after the end of the civil war, when union soldiers arrived in galveston's texas and notified enslaved black americans. that they were free. president biden sign juneteenth into law last year designating it a federal holiday . but since the 19th falls on a sunday this year, government buildings postal services banks and the stock market will be closed on monday. all right your time now is 7 20. let's talk about our saturday weather and what this weekend has in store with forest. so a lot of juneteenth celebrations father's day barbecues. there's a fair that james is at this morning, so lots of outdoor activities people looking for some good weather rosemary oroczo think
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about it. we've got partly cloudy skies outside this morning. so even though it's a little bit cool, and a little bit breezy due to a system that's to the north of us, it's helping to disrupt that marine layer. and so we're not seeing a whole lot of overcast and gray sky. here's a look over the east bay where you can see to the west. we do have those low clouds piled up along the coastline and we are looking at partly cloudy skies just inside the bay, but a lot of blue sky to go around with that we're off to a cool start storm tracker to hear going to remain dry for the next few days. temperatures are only be slightly warmer today and then we take off and the warming trend will eventually carry us into the upper nineties for our inland cities. here's a view of that system. they're still parked off the coastline. but moving into the pacific northwest will eventually continue its eastward track. and when it does, that's when we will begin to see a warmup starts on father's day. a little bit closer here. we've got the winds on short. sfo 16 mph heyward reporting seven were common san jose, we're comin half moon bay. this warming
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trend that begins tomorrow will move all the way into tuesday. right now, tuesday wednesday look to be the warmest day when some of our inland communities again get close to that century mark. 52 degrees right now. san francisco, a low fifties in nevada, low fifties and walnut creek 47 degrees for you, santa rosa. so it's a cool one outside your door that as we get into the afternoon mid sixties for san francisco upper sixties expected in oakland seventies for inland city, 73 napa 76 conquered. low seventies expected from san jose into morgan hill, but a cool one at the coast 58 for pacifica. so we will call two miles for today and then getting into the days ahead. temperatures will take a notable jump on a father's day. we're now into the mid upper seventies for our bayside communities. eighties far inland and then as we go monday, hot for our inland communities, 100 degrees expected for a hotter spots on tuesday, and then temperatures begin to cool on wednesday. back into the nineties, so not much relief, but at least we're headed in the
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right direction back to you, and we will take that. thank you. rosemary up next, steph curry, now a four time nba champion, and finals, m v p, but he will receive a number of other nour over the summer time that were put on hold because of the playoffs. and they work on the late show with stephen colbert white group ended up getting arrested in washington. and now most admired alum! get up there. this is so embarrassing. there's no way it's me. you know her.... you love her.... ruh roh. what are you doing here? it's anna gomez! who? our first gigillionaire!
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tuesday morning because of the juneteenth holiday on mondnday. vestors will try to catch their breath this weekend after the e markets. analysts blamingn recessssion frs sparked by rising interest rates. index has suffered their worst week since march, 2020 and thehe of course, the start of the coronavirus shutdowns. sosoaring gas prices are another concern for consumers. thehite house says president biden will visit sasai arabia next month. t to discuss several issues, including emerging technologies, economic , invest, renewable energy and envivironmentaltiativives. but during the presidential campaign, he said he would treat the saudis like the pariah. they are for their role in n the killing of a saudi journalist who worked for the washington post. analysts question where their next month talks will persuade the saudis to increase oil production and lower lowower fuel prices. the president says he is committed to both fighting climate change. and bringing down costs at the pump. russ
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brutal and unprovoked assault on its neighbor. ukraine has fueled the global energy crisis. and the sharpen the n need to achiee long term reliable energy, securirity and slity.. and with russia's war preresident led a virtual meeting yesterdrday on climate change. participants included china, germany andnd saudi arabia. it was the biggest global climate summit held before confee in egypt this november daniell was 7 27, the foformer presidentnt. president trump is calling the january 6th committee hearings. a one sided which hunt let's be clear. this is not a congressional inigation. this h horrible situation that's was theatrical production of a partisan political fiction. mr trump, mang those comments while speaking to the faiaith ad freedom coalition's roaoad to majority conference held in ville this week. lawmakers in the bipartisan committee are making theument that trump incited the january 6thht.
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nfl ofd hours of testimimy that next syrian is set for tuesday. seven n ople associaiad th the late show witephen colbert had been arrested for illegal entry into congressional office b building in washington. cbs, said the group was in the building to interview congressional members about t te january 6th hearings, network, said colbert staffers state to film comedy elements in ththe halls and that's when they wer detained. capitol police say this is quote active cril investigation. while cooking out of love still to come. we introduced you t to an east b program that offers those facing tough times. more than a warm meal. they offer them a second chance.s searching for three americans who are now missing i ukrainin. now there's evidence they may be being held against their will more than that wh
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elderly asian man will now stand trial. the victim's family calls the attack, hate crime and more help for families in need of infant formula vice president kamala harris on hand for the latest ship. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings onto good morning. welcome back and happy . happy weekend. one and all father's day is tomorrow and it
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looks like we are cooking a pretty nice day. here in the bay area. we got some blue skies still a little bit of cloud cover out there, but it looks like a really nice weekend for dear old debt comes sunday. welcome back here in the morning sound too. i'm frank maliki, wang. let's get a closer look at really what the day has in store rosemary oroczo. gorgeous picture behind you. yes always nice. we could start with just a little bit of sunshine. we do have a clouds along the coastline this morning and just inside the bay a little bit of a cool start in the upper forties to upper fifties in and around the bay area. not much change expected for today. temperatures are going to come up just slightly. we're going to remain below average, but we do get into some warmer weather in time for your father's day, and it will kick off a warming trend for the days ahead. better details on the current conditions of what you can expect into the extended forecast coming up. sounds great . thank you. rosemary happening today it's the alameda county fair. it's now underway was special events and concerts scheduled for the next three
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weeks. and ktvu james stories live from the fairgrounds and pleasant and with what to look forward to this weekend, including a nice treat for father's day. good morning. good morning to you, frank lots to look forward to, especially for this week and in particular, but for over the next coming weeks, here's a little cool photo opportunity that you'll get to see all throughout the fairgrounds as it's running here , especially for those football fans. it's john madden the it's called memorial mma. madam memorial mad and cruiser. here. you see it just decked out with of things regarding the iconic head coach. raiders coach broadcasting john madden very well known for that distinct voice, as well as winning a super bowl with the raiders. and of course, the video game, the nfl video game that matt and game that everyone probably grew up playing. we know john madden passed away right here in pleasanton from his hometown here in pleasant tonight. back in december of 2021. so one really cool thing that you can check out while you're out here checking out the fairgrounds over the next few weeks, but
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even just this weekend alone, totally packed with just tons of fun activities that people of all ages can take part in. let's start with the very first item on the list for today. that's at the start in about an hour and a half. that's the sun's out funds outrun at the short run around the fairground tracks and proceeds. proceeds benefit a local nonprofit fare. gates will open at 11 this morning officially for the public. then the fears brew fest that will start at two o'clock and go until about five o'clock this afternoon. they will offer samplings from 15 different breweries. then you'll get to check out what you've probably seen on tv, the west coast regional nathan's hot dog eating contest at the qualifier that starts at three o'clock this afternoon, the top three men and the top three women from the contest will qualify and be invited to compete. for the real deal like coney island that will all see on tv on the fourth of july. there will also be a concert tonight. but the band neon trees as well as a new state of the art drone light show. that's one of the big add ons to this year's. fair
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tomorrow there'll be a nice little father's day special. all dads will be allowed in free to the fair until three o'clock. now the gates are going to officially open at about 11 this morning. the fair will go on until about july. 10th and if none of that sounds all right to you, there's also all sorts of food. that typical fair food that you'll get to check out. we'll talk a little bit more about that coming up in the next hour this morning in pleasanton, i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news. i'm thinking if i don't take it, 7 35 alright. thanks james. well oakland police and fire departments working together to crack down on illegal fireworks. that's ahead of the fourth of july holiday. those caught with fireworks. even that safe and sane brand will be fined up to $1000. if you are caught with large quantities of fireworks, you could face penalties between 5000 and $10,000 as well as jail time. the oakland fire department has set up fireworks collection barrels throughout the city, residents can use them to surrender unused fireworks. oakland police are still searching for whoever is
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responsible for deadly shooting outside a sports bar in the downtown area. investigators say one person was killed. at least three others were injured in the gunfire erupted on thursday night. it happened outside the halftime sports bar. and is located on 14th street just two hours after the worries one their nba title, craig weights works next door of that sports bar. all i saw was all these these casings right here. the markets for the bullets within the windows and all my customers are telling me somebody somebody died next door. connors were meeting was here got shot or something? opd would like to talk to more witnesses or anyone else who might have information on that shooting from thursday night, oakland city council president nikki for to nato, bess is colleen the shooting quote, heartbreaking and unacceptable or statement goes on to say from the bottom of my heart. i urge us all to celebrate this weekend and the
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coming days in a manner true to oakland spirit. in unity, joy and most of all peace. what happened today? peninsula congresswoman jackie speier is going to host a town hall to fight discrimination that in person event is called coming together. stop ap. i hate, she says hate crimes against the asian and pacific islander communities increased 77. since the start of the pandemic, and she's hoping everyone attending her town hall will be able to share their experiences and come up with waste and violence and embrace diversity. that forum starts at two pm at the mill break community center on lincoln circle. and antoine watson, the man accused of killing an 84, year old grandfather from thailand will stand trial in san francisco. now, prosecutors say neighborhood surveillance video so those watson knocking down to the payment to tonopah cti in january of last year, the victim was out for his daily walk when he was just knocked to the ground, and he died from his
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injuries several days later. relatives say the attack was racially motivated. and the santa clara valley transportation authority employees under arrest and suspicion of making the threat of gun violence at a bus yard in san jose. the santa clara county sheriff's office says the suspect was arrested at the savoia division yard on south seventh street just before eight o'clock friday morning. the wta held observances last month, marking one year since the mass shooting at the vt. a light rail yard that left nine workers dead was 7 38 3. americans are now reported missing after fighting alongside ukrainian soldiers. against russia. russia media showing video of two of the men who are now believed to have been captured all three missing men or former american service members. whose family members say they wanted to help ukraine fight back against the invading russian forces. however president biden is urging other american citizens not to follow in their footsteps. i have been briefed. we don't know where they are. but reiterates americans should not be going to
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ukraine now. the two americans who are believed to have been captured or from alabama, that third missing. american reportedly joined the marines after witnessing the 9 11 attacks while living in new york city more than 20 years ago. and acclaimed musician is using her talent to help raise money to support the people of ukraine. mhm tam riko sip rushville e has performed with legendary conductors and orchestras. she is now the musical director of the inspire academy and pleasant tint she is performing this weekend alongside other musicians for a fundraiser for ukraine. as a child was born in the soviet union, and i know what it is to live on the authoritarian regime. it's when you feel like someone outside always watching you and sucking
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air out of your life. so um, when i was very tiny goal, i was introduced to music and that's where i found my freedom. that classical concert is tomorrow night. five o'clock, it will be held at the firehouse art center located and president there are still tickets available for a great cause. all the proceeds benefit thelief fund. a shipment of baby virginia, was welcomed by vice president kamala harris. this really is about what should be one of the highest purposes for any one of us, which is to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our children. the children of our country. and that. at its essence is what this issue is about. the shipment contained £14,000 of candy mill formula from london. that is the equivalent of more than 200,000
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bottles. the vice president thanked the president of the united airlines. which has donated flights to bring formula to the u. s from overseas. the white house says that by sunday the administration will have shipped 13 million bottles of formula since the start of operation fly formula last month. 7 41 year time running towards recovery. i thought it was a great idea to get together here for father's day. this group of men from father alfred center that st anthony's free yearlong residential recovery program kicked off father's day weekend with the group run. they say these runs symbolized the start of a new day. both literally and figuratively. many of the men in the group are fathers who are working hard to make transformational changes in their lives for themselves. and their families. all right time now is 7 41. we have father's day tomorrow. as we've mentioned , we have juneteenth celebrations. we have affairs going on parade on monday. we
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have a parade on monday? yes lots going on rosemary oroczo. to be out at the fair when it's 100 degrees, just bueno uncomfortable and a little unsafe to be out there with that type of weather, so we've got some nice weather to be outdoors. you may even need a few extra layers. by the way, we're looking at mostly sunny. partly cloudy to an upper sixties for the parade on monday , but we'll get into that as we get a little bit closer. let's talk about what's happening here on this saturday morning, starting out with blue skies far inland cities, but if you look to the west, we do have clouds right along the coastline this morning. so partly sunny. mostly cloudy start along the coast. partly cloudy to mostly clear for the rest of us and we are dry. we do have a system that is to the north of us, and that's what's providing us with this cooler, breezy pattern that is going to last through today. fairfield reporting and onshore reza 10 mph novato. com santa rosa calm as well as napa. or
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our temperatures are down by just a couple of degrees in areas like napa few degrees in santa rosa, but most of us very similar to where we started yesterday morning a week or on sugary store, fairfield and temperatures are up in fairfield already 63 to start your morning but then a chilly 47 in santa rosa low fifties in san francisco, 56 hayward and livermore. good morning to you at 55. the partly cloudy skies along the coastline for today, mostly clear for the rest of us into the afternoon. we're likely to see even plenty of sunshine along the coast in our temperatures this morning. cool but then, as we get into the afternoon, we do expect to come up just slightly in some spots. san jose you're only expected to warn by a degree or so. so not much change for you there, but our inland east bay as well as our north best should feel a bit of a difference. conquered 76. into the afternoon at oakland, you go to 69 low seventies in the forecast for santa rosa 65, expected in san francisco and by the water is going to be a cool one here. 58 degrees. temperatures are below average
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for the afternoon today, but we begin to see that change in the father's day with a notable warm up coming. better details on your father's day numbers, plus the extended forecast as the warming trend is expected to continue more on that coming up. thank you, rosemary steph curry made sure the world knew that his wife, ayesha, kennedy cook, and now you can have a chance to own one of these famous shirts coming up. and tomorrow is juneteenth still to come? we check in on some of the celebrations across the bay area this weekend, and you can have the morning headlines delivered right to yourself here by signing up for the new ktvu newsletter just head over to ktvu .com/ email sign up for that. daily service will be that. daily service will be right back. this burger will blow your mind? really? how? bacon two ways... cheese two ways... any more questions? try my $5.99 double bacon cheesy jack combo.
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shirt steph made famous after game five of the nba finals. there it is, he wore that shirt. ayesha curry can cook. it was a jab by a boston area bar that had a storefront sign mocking his wife. well ayesha curry is selling the same shirt on her sweet july website. there 28 bucks. all the proceeds, by the way will benefit no kid hungry, an organization fighting in childhood hunger. in america. they do it all. well at east bay mother who knows what it's like suffered through some tough times is now finding a very special way to give back cells story is inspiring. it's about not only getting through tough times with your family, but actually giving back once you've made it to the other side. then i look at you. and the world's alright with me. it is a kitchen filled with gratitude and it is
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food made with love. i mean the dough it takes about an hour. to rise, and then i'll make the dough. um i'll add the out. break it down into the separate pizzas, and then i'll cook that and then i have to be out of here by 7 45 at the latest. that's because at eight pm caravan opens its a union city program that gives people a safe place to park and sleep overnight. tammy knows that program well, because in 2021, she and her four children were experiencing homelessness and spent their evenings at caravan sites. i think people have this narrative that everyone that ends up homeless is a drug addict. they think they made bad decisions. and now they're here like i was a victim of a crime, and i ended up there. for a year, this van was home and then this seat back here, it completely lays down and goes into the floor. and then that's so the bed would go from here to here, and then our refrigerator was over here. and we had a
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pantry over there. having a safe place to sleep, she says. was a relief caravan was so amazing. we would get out in the middle of the night and like jump rope. and we'd run and we'd skate every day after school. and we it was just amazing. it was so healing like my god, this is what's meant to be. we're meant to be free. it was a chance to get back on their feet. plug in this generator, so our outfit and go out and so mask and sell it. she even cooked in that van, but most importantly, she kept her family together in that van , but it was always meant to be temporary. someone asked me what was the desire of my heart, and i said my desire is to get my kids in a place and that's the first time i'd ever said out loud. this is what i want. it was like everything in the universe just moved to give me exactly what was the desire of my heart. after a year and a lot of help, she moved her family into this home. look at you. and now i know it's gonna be, and
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yet she never forgets where she's been. and so most nights she's here cooking day. packing up the food before driving to a caravan site in my life. i just believe if i've been somewhere and i know that pain or i know that struggle and the main thing was like i cooked when i was there, so i was like, who's cooking now who's helping them? and there's a lot of older people. and that might crushes my soul. because they should be somewhere enjoying life. someone taking care of them. they've paved the way and it's not their time to just lay in a car. but until they are somewhere else, tammy says she'll be here with warm food made with love. so i had to come back. i don't think i could sleep at night. if i did it. i don't know why. i don't know why i can't tell you why.
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maybe it's simply because she has always given back to those in need. or maybe it's because tammy roselle knows what it means to sleep here. at night. well she is an inspiration. that caravan program actually started back in 2016 collaboration get the city faces based groups in the school district and i talked to the programs coordinator jesus garcia and he says, since it started 268 vehicles in the program, which equates to about 370 adults and 175 children. so if you need it, or, you know someone in need of the program just keep in mind. you do have to register with the city first, but they have sort of watching these sites and just having that security knowing someone's not going to come out and go. you gotta leave. place to sleep is important. gosse best line at the zip trip yesterday when you feed someone dinner. their family, so that was very nice. alright whether wise lots going on this weekend. we've got a
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parade on monday. a mother nature is she's coming through. yes, she she's going to bring us some beautiful weather on monday . today is going to be a little bit cool below average for this time of year. we're not really complaining, though. we're get back to that heat too soon enough, i'll show you that in the extended forecast. let's take a look at san francisco. and while this just about says it all we have the golden gate bridge there. we have parts of the city, maybe a little bit of the golden gate. park area and right at the bottom of your screen, a little bit of fog just floating on by. we do have temperatures in the upper forties to mid fifties around the bay area. i'm seeing just a few low sixties well, inland where we're starting out with the sunshine and storm tracker to here giving you a good indication of all that sunshine out there not really picking up on the fog, but we do have some along the coastline. and the system that is beginning to nudge through the pacific northwest is what's bringing us this cooler, breezy patterns was yesterday today only minor changes are inland cities will
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see a climb into the afternoon with the numbers but still below the seasonal norm right now, the onshore breezes 16 mph livermore, you have an onshore breeze at nine. and livermore this morning starting out at 55 degrees fairfield, one of the spots a little bit warmer 63, but everybody else within a few degrees of where we were yesterday morning, santa rosa, one of the cooler spots 47 outside her door 50 to san francisco, 54 at half moon bay afternoon highs for today, upper fifties in pacifica mid sixties and san francisco upper sixties to low seventies around the bay are inland communities. 75 for you. antioch 76 expected in the north bay of santa rosa. some of our inland spots 36 degrees warmer today, so you may feel the difference into the afternoon. meanwhile for monday into san francisco, we're thinking about the parade and we are looking at nice temperatures upper sixties under mostly sunny skies at 11 20, which means san francisco likely to top out in the low seventies, going to be a perfect day for parade. here's a
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look at the weekend forecast for your father's day, a notable warmup sixties at the coast and mid upper seventies around the bay eighties for our inland communities. and then we get into some hotter weather monday tuesday, lasting in the wednesday but right now we look to peak on tuesday when our inland cities are now hitting 100 degrees, at least the hotter spots. eighties upper eighties for our bayside communities, and we've got some nice beach weather coming our way. upper sixties on monday low seventies on tuesday, upper sixties on wednesday, back to you, santa cruz in your future. maybe we'll happen today. san francisco's ocean beach gets taken over by some adorable dogs. today is the annual corgi con, which hundreds of these small stumpy little canines that wagged their tails and prance around the beach. and they are gorgeous. this popular vent began back in 2014, but like so many activities that we canceled the last couple of years because of the pandemic. today's festivities include the
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races. you can see a wonder woman there. that's a costume contest, organizers say. they're excited to be back, and it's once again their turn. to strut their fluffs. well flight issues facing airline passengers still to come were talking about the travel disruptions we're seeing this weekend. and the san francisco police sergeant takes his own life coming up. we're gonna hear from friends about his [sfx: computer sounds] ♪
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for fire broke out a few hours ago. authorities say the firefighter who was killed was a 27 year veteran of the philadelphia fire department for other firefighters and a city inspector were rescued from the rubble of that burning building. and they are now listed in stable condition. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of that fire and why the building collapsed. four firefighters were hurt in southern california and fireworks explosion. the firefighters were working at a fire department building near the long beach pier when a strong explosion blew out windows. on the second floor of the building. several other explosions followed his boxes of fireworks ignited inside. the firefighters had minor burns. they are all expected to be okay. and contra costa county is
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now teaming up with the federal government in an effort to fight wage theft. the partnership between the county's d a s office and the u. s labor department was formalized during a signing ceremony. held in martinez yesterday, county and federal agencies now plan to work together to prosecute criminal wage theft cases across the region. it will have prosecution resources along with resources from our investigative team as well. the partnership will focus on cracking down on wage and hour violations, unfair business practices and payroll tax evasion. airlines are cancee flights. you're taking at sfo ft aware the site that tracks the airline industry reports of the airport has about 20 flights canceled or delayed this morning. now nationwide, more than 1200 u. s flights were
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canceled on friday. more than 3000 were delayed and that is on top of more than 1700 flights canceled on thursday. airlines are blaming bad weather and staffing shortages. transportation secretary pete buddha judge held a virtual meeting with airline executives to learn what steps they're taking to try to keep air travel running smoothly. this summer. a cdc advisory panel meeting. right now we'll talk about the decision that could affect children as young as six months old plus juneteenth is a national holiday. it is officially tomorrow. but all weekend long we've got local events happening aimed at uplifting and empowering communities, plus. no go and we did that go. happy plane arrival , the nba champions are back home this morning, and the warriors had some special fans greeting them at the airport. from ktvu. fox two news. this is
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mornings on two. and good morning to you. what a picture. perfect morning. absolutely gorgeous out in the bay this morning, the golden gate bridge and all her glory, making it a chamber of commerce morning for folks when they ask, is this the way it always is? yeah, this is this is the way it always just a lot to live here. we don't know anything about june gloom. we did have some june gloom yesterday. i think, but this morning so beautiful, perfect. welcome to mornings onto thanks for waking up with us on this. june 18th. i'm claudine wong and i'm frank malika. you've already seen the weather, but we're going to let rosemary talk anyways, because it's gorgeous out there. some of the most amazing views? yes, a little bit of fog this morning as we saw kind of drifting there through the screen along the coastline and we are partly sunny. mostly cloudy. as we get into the afternoon will call for a lot of blue sky temperatures will be slightly warmer today and then we get into a warming trend that kicks off on father's day.
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better details on the current conditions and what you can expect for the weekend as well as the extended forecast coming up. is underway with special events and concerts scheduled for the next three weeks. ktvu is james stories live from the fairgrounds this morning in president with what to look for this weekend. you've shed the jacket. i'm just waiting for the funnel cake. james to come into pictures. we're going to full fare mode. now you know me too well, claudine. hey good morning to you. well, this fair, i think just has a lot more hype to it than in years past because we know 2020 covid-19 canceled all those plans. 2021 we had a reduced version of the delayed version. now this is the first time since the beginning of the pandemic that we're back in full scale, remembering it, just as we did before the covid 19 pandemic hit and joining me this morning to kind of give us a little bit of a recollection of it. tiffany quadrant. you work with the fair here for communications. gosh it's got to be so much hype and excitement
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heading into the weekend, so much hype and excitement going into our opening weekend. we have so many things in store opening day yesterday was absolutely amazing. the weather this weekend is set out to be gorgeous that we are so happy and it's just great to be back on our traditional summer dates because we have all of our fair favorites coming back, and so it feels very much like summer is officially here. we've been on the road this summer and it's here, so we are so excited to welcome back all of our favorites and welcome to new experiences like our nightly drone show, which is all new, so super sweet. it only took us about an hour just to shed the coat and i'll be much more comfortable with the short sleeve. i'm sure you know you talked about some of the major attractions that are here, not just this weekend, but throughout the fair. horse racing pig racing. what are some cool things that we all can look forward to seeing. so we obviously have the carnival that we are in which is absolutely thrilled for the thrill seekers. there's something for everyone. there's roller coasters. there's the ferris wheel for people that
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are less thrill seeking. we also have kids park for the little guys we have. as you mentioned pig racing. we could not have summer without pig racing. so that's back. we also have our horse races friday through sunday and monday, july 4th. we are so excited to have back this year. we have nightly concerts in our lucky california amphitheater are big o concert series is not going to disappoint. we have something for everyone. we have neon trees, which is so exciting. so i encourage everyone visit our website alameda county fair .com . check out the full lineup of all that is in store. there is absolutely something for everyone to enjoy. in addition to all of these attractions, we obviously have fair food, which is a huge hit. so you don't have to say that twice? yeah genuine last night too. for some, you know, r and b foods blue oyster cult coming a little later in the next couple of weeks, so definitely all kinds of music. and then the games, of course, is something you can't have a fair without. so what is something that you are looking forward to most when it comes to people coming back and
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experiencing this the way it should be experienced, truly just seeing people coming through the gates smiling and you just feel this sense of energy with everyone that people are feeling like there's normalcy, resuming their feeling comfortable, especially being outdoors. there feels like a very comfortable statement by iron mint, where people can come and enjoy. and get to see one another. we're seeing people reunite and see people in the community and you just see people running up and hugging each other and it's been. it's been so amazing to see and feel that energy and we're just really excited to bring a safe, experienced everyone and i made a bet here. frank and claudine don't say that. i've never thought of you or here at a basketball court. obviously the golden state warriors just won an nba finals championship, so we're kind of fulfilling that theme a little bit. i get one shot one opportunity if i make it in, we all get free tickets to get into the fair. so i'm gonna ask you very go. let us down james pressure. here we go really flat so you can do it already blaming the ball don't play. you got this? oh yes,
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hahahaha will see you guys here at the alameda county fair doors will open this morning at 11 o'clock. it will be open for the next couple weeks until july. 10th tv, you're welcome tickets to blue oyster cult and accord, doctor, you know what else can you get us this morning? now you've said, you know a trend here. so like i want the big stuff giraffe. find out at nine o'clock. okay? there's a tease for you all right? wait for you . that was good. very good, james. very good. alright well happening now we are keeping a watchful eye on this morning's meeting for the cdc officials are expected to approve the covid-19 vaccine for our youngest population. the meeting comes after the fda regulators gave the green light to both fighter and moderna's vaccines yesterday for children as young as six months old. now the cdc must approve the vaccine. and a cdc advisory panel. they are meeting right now. this vaccine
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needs to be available so that parents can make the twist. they want to make them feel comfortable vaccinated and boosted myself. i trusted the science for myself with anything that's new. you have to trust the science. moderna's vaccine is a two shot series, while fizer requires three shots, the fda says during testing children in the age group developed high levels of antibodies, experts say they hope data will help research parents. two shots are indeed safe. the president says that the cdc grants approval parents could start scheduling vaccinations as early as next week, santa clara county says if it gets approval, it will be ready to administer those shots. as soon as monday. shots will be given at county sites at doctor's offices, pharmacies depending on when the supplies arrive. at a news conference yesterday, health officials said they know that the families of young children have been anguish. leslie waiting for this moment. anyone who's parented a child under five that other layer of protection, distancing
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and masks very difficult to implement in younger age groups and so important to have a vaccine. as another layer of protection for those young kids. the county estimates 100,000 children younger than five, are living in santa clara county and could be eligible for covid vaccines. parents of jenny lynn say they will never give up until the killer is eventually cut each year. the family and friends holding a vigil in her honor. ktvu is excess has our story. today jenny lind's memory lives on through the young musicians who perform as part of a foundation created in her honor. she loved music. and we want her love of music. be passed on to all the young musicians in the area back in 1994 jenny, talented viola player was found stabbed to death in her castro valley home just two days after celebrating
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her 14th birthday, and every year that our family holds these vigils, the memories flood back in we just hard for us to get over it. it's very soft. it's just so difficult. we like to keep our promise for jenny that we will find justice for her. each year, the alameda county sheriff's office offers any updates, are able to share advances in dna technology, giving them new reason to remain optimistic that they'll eventually be able to track down jenny's killer. we've taken some key pieces of evidence. we've used the n back system. we believe that we are going to be successful in extracting some type of cells, jenny lind foundation and during that her case never fully fades from the spotlight and teaching a younger generation how to protect themselves, learning a lot about ways to stay safe when you're like walking by yourself or in your house, just locking doors. we'll also honoring all the good
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that they want her to be remembered for. spreading jenny's joy for music the way that it's taking something that was so tragic and turn it into something that was so good, um, is amazing to me, and i think that's the reason that i stay involved and you know, pretty much would do anything. they asked me to do as long as i can do it and the help that the lens continue to ask for the public's help in identifying jenny's killer. they've upped their award to $200,000 for any information, leading to an arrest and conviction in castor valleys. axa's ktvu fox two news a suspect is in custody this morning accused of attacking three people at san francisco international airport. this happened shortly after six o'clock last night at sfo s international terminal, police say. three people suffered minor cuts and scrapes in the attack. a large knife was recovered at sean's still not clear what led up to the attack, and police have not yet released the name of the suspect, who by the way, was arrested. at the airport. well the incident did not affect
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the warriors flight to sfo last night. the champs are spending their first morning back here in the bay area, probably sleeping in. i would imagine with that larry o'brien trophy earned the rest and a sizable and a boisterous crowd. greeted them at sfo when they laid it in that crowd at the airport was our own elissa harrington. the 2022 nba champions are in the bay area. the golden state warriors arrived at sfo, bringing some hardware with them. green clay thompson and steph curry were the first three off the plane. green carry the larry o'brien championship trophy, curry showed off his finals mvp award emotional. everybody's exhausted. get some rest and get ready for, curry said. this series was like no other. this
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is his fourth championship, but it's the first for many of his teammates. chance to celebrate those, so i mean, like this guy right here, this guy right here. wow right here. hey. to what is everybody doing? coach steve kerr said they had some fun after thursday's win. i'm not gonna lie. i'm hungover said he celebrated with the team and their families. he called this an unlikely championship. he said. they worked extremely hard to make it happen and are excited to share the victory with dub nation great to be rewarded be able to experience this with us. um that's what makes it special. we have an incredible fan base. employees of chase center were invited on the tarmac to welcome the team home. san francisco mayor london breed also came to show support
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. great team a wonderful kolja humble team. they worked hard. a lot of doubters. a lot of people in the folks were talking nasa all about our city and everything else. well, i don't hear him talking anymore. this was the team's first nba championship since they're moved to san francisco excited about the parade. we hope people will come out. on monday to celebrate this amazing teen elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news they're not only good, their humble and what a combo that is. fans have the weekend to get ready for monday's big championship parade. look at the parade route right here. it's different from the giants championship parades. they don't go all the way down. to civic center. monday's rally will be held at the foot of the market. their market street rather at the ferry building. they'll have a little rally there before the parade. the actual parade will then travel up. market street festivities start at 10 20. monday morning with a rally and it's completed, i think, right
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around eight street yes, yes. you know, wherever you are, you're just like am i gonna see it and i think having it along market makes it really easy to find your spot. you can also find your spot at home if you want to watch on tv because our coverage of the rallying parade begins right after mornings on two at 10 a.m. on monday. i'll be there for the coverage at the start of all that festivities and we've covered so many parades. this is number four for us with when it comes to the warriors, but this is the first one in san francisco. it is a little bit differently. change it up every time when you have lots of parades. you gotta change it up a little bit more security to and with covid, and that kind of thing, taking a few more precautions, but your best seat might be watching ktvu. i think. yes well, i'll have a good seat to yes, you will. front and center. i hear they are switching the format where? when it was over at lake merritt , they would do the rally afterwards or they're doing. they're doing the rally before and then do the parade because the players have things to do. i mean, it's been quite a
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whirlwind. i think after the parade, they just wanna they wanna go. they wanna go home. go on vacation. we understand. yes good morning, and we've got some nice weather in store for the parade upper sixties and san francisco under partly cloudy, mostly clear skies on monday. but let's talk about the weekend . we've got some nice weather coming our way today is going to be only slightly warmer than yesterday, going to remain a little below average. but that will change getting into father's day. sunday a live look here of the east bay where we do have mostly sunny skies a little bit of fog along the coastline just inside the bay, but plenty of blue sky to go around this morning. and temperatures are very similar to yesterday morning, a bit of a chill in the air for some of our inland communities. those numbers in just a little bit. let's take a look at the winds out there. fairfield reporting an onshore breeze. 12 mph conquered southwest at six but notice the flow coming in from the north and northwest. we have a system to the north of us, and that's what's helping provide some of these cooler and seasonably cool temperatures in and around the
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bay area. 58 degrees in oakland . we have 53 to start your day separate cisco low fifties in santa rosa, which is an improvement, santa rosa started out in the upper forties, and then you go inland, and there are a few areas already in the sixties 63 fairfield 60 degrees right now in brentwood. partly cloudy for the afternoon. it looks like we'll even be partly cloudy to mostly clear over most of the coastline, although fog trying to redevelop late in the afternoon right along the san mateo county coastline could include areas like half moon bay and as we get into the evening hours to expect the partly cloudy skies afternoon highs for today, 76 degrees in santa rosa , still well above below the seasonal norm. mid sixties and san francisco upper sixties oakland low seventies livermore and san jose. better details on these numbers, plus the warming trend in the extended forecast coming up. well, we are learning this morning that au val d police officer had a chance to shoot the man who shot and killed 19 students and teachers before he entered the school. why? he says he didn't shoot
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that's coming up at 8 30. it's been a lot more traumatic than then i thought it would be and the death of a san francisco police department sergeant, leaving an entire community in mourning coming up the challenges he faced before he took his own life.
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get a reporter. evan sernoffsky spoke several people who knew the officer and are now coping with his death. it's been a lot more traumatic than then i thought it would be the lives next door to the home where sergeant chris morris died wednesday from a self inflicted gunshot wound. he's been searching for answers about what happened while remembering his friend and neighbor. we talked to cross the finish line, and he liked the occasional cigar guy. i do, too. so we passed cigars back and forth across the fence outside. sharkey has been taking care of morris's golden retriever named lucky as his neighbors. family deals with the loss of the 16 year sfpd veteran . but while shock he remembers the good times. family and sources in the department described the troubles morris was facing, beginning with losing his twin brother 13. years ago. his father, dennis spoke to ktvu but didn't want to
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go on camera. he said his son was recently in a bitter divorce and lost all custody of his 10 year old son. morris had been on disability leave for over a year from his post here at park station. due to our chronic back injury that required medication . he was pretty devastated. he had his injury couldn't couldn't go back, and police sources told ktvu that morris was under criminal investigation by internal affairs and was recently on an involuntary psychiatric hold. he was required to surrender. his firearms officers were serving a search warrant at his home. and confiscating his guns when he turned one of the weapons on himself, really shocked and course saddened felt horrible. dan snyder lives four doors down from the home where it all happened. and described the chaotic scene that day. everything was cordoned off. and they had you know, police tape everywhere. we spoke to a city supervisor and other city officials who said more needs to
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be done for the mental health of first responders. like police officers in the newsroom. evan sernoffsky ktvu fox two news. thank you, evan. if you need help, or know someone who does, there is help available to anyone who may be considering. taking their own life you can call the suicide prevention lifeline number right there on your screen. 1 802 73 talk. that's 8255. important so important to put that information out there. today's alright 8 23 on the clock. let's talk about our weather. rosemary how we looking looking good temperatures are going to be a little cool for this time of year. if you're going to the a's game later today, the afternoon high 69 degrees under mostly sunny skies, so nice day to be in the stands there the inner east way enjoyable weather in the seventies for today, if you're going out to the alameda county fair, how about the east bay shore here where we're starting out with blue skies? little bit of fog along the coastline, and outside of that, we've just got some pretty weather to start the day.
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temperatures are very similar to yesterday, ranging from a low fifties to low sixties at this time and storm tracker to here showing you a system that is moving through the pacific northwest. it eventually a kick eastern as it does, our temperatures will begin to warm . in fact that warming trend gets underway on father's day. here's a view of the winds out there this morning as a four reporting 15 mph livermore coming in from the south at 10, so localized onshore breeze will continue for today. 53 degrees of san francisco upper fifties in oakland right now. 54 to start your day in napa low sixties brentwood as well as fairfield afternoon highs will go cool along the coast upper fifties and pacifica mid sixties and san francisco upper sixties to low seventies around the bay and inland cities coming up by at least a few degrees over yesterday's highs. 76 for concord today 73 expected in napa in the south bay 74 from morgan hill. here's the extended forecast. there's the warming trend temperatures into the sixties for the coast mid upper seventies tomorrow for our
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bayside communities, and we'll go low to mid eighties for inland cities, and then we begin to turn a bit toasty, in fact, outright hot on tuesday or inland cities. hitting that century mark. at least the hotter spots are bayside communities into the upper eighties seventies at the coast only slightly cooler on wednesday, claudia alright. thanks rosemary, your medicine cabinet because hundreds of thousands of pain relievers have been recalled due to unsafe
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issues that include renewable energy and the environment during the presidential campaign , he did say he would treat the saudis like the quote, pariah. they are and that's where their role in the killing of the saudi journalist who worked for the washington post, analysts are questioning whether next month's talks will persuade the saudis to increase oil production. the president says he is committed to both fighting climate change and lowering gas prices. russia's brutal and unprovoked assault on its neighbor. ukraine has fueled the global energy crisis. and the sharpen the need to achieve long term reliable energy, security and stability. the president hosted a virtual meeting yesterday on climate change. coming up. it is drought awareness week coming up in our nine o'clock hour, speaking with a professional landscaper who will tell us about a unique way to collect rainwater for safe use,
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injured killed after a building they were working on collapsed on top of them were tracking their conditions this morning out of philadelphia. plus we're learning that the valley police officer at a chance to shoot the shooter. at rob elementary, but did not why that officer says he didn't take the shot coming up. from ktvu. fox two news. this is
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mornings on two all right, rise and shine and do not let that fog scary away. there is a little bit over the bay but over the horizon, as you can see into the headlands there and treasurer not treasure island, but angel island and over marin . it is just gorgeous out there . it looks like just a great weekend ahead. welcome back to ktvu mornings on two at 8 30. i'm frank malika claudine wong. let's bring in meteorologist rosemary oroczo rosemary, a did complain a little bit. i wasn't complaining. i noted the chilly temperatures and we started in this morning. yeah you know, and it's kind of nice. we know it's going to be a nice day, right and a lot of blue sky out there. we're not dealing with a whole lot of june gloom. but you're right. temperatures are running cool and we are going to be unseasonably cool for your afternoon today with just a slight uptick in the numbers for the afternoon as we get into the second part of the weekend, though, temperatures will begin to warm just in time for your father's day. here's a look at what we are expecting for today
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afternoon highs ranging from upper fifties at the coastline to mid seventies inland. starting out with the clouds along the coastline, mostly sunny elsewhere. we'll check in on your current conditions and show you what you can expect for the weekend coming up. well a suspect is in custody this morning accused of attacking three people at san francisco international airport. it happened shortly after six o'clock last night at sfo international terminal. police say three people suffered minor cuts and scrapes in the attack, and a large knife was recovered at that scene. it is still not clear what led up to it, and police have not yet released the name of the suspect who was arrested at the scene. we are learning a vivaldi police officer who arrived at rob elementary school before that mass shooting at a chance to shoot the alleged gunman. the new york times reports. the officer was armed with an ar 15 rifle and had a brief opportunity to shoot the 18 year old salvador ramos, just as he was approaching the school by the officer reportedly decided. not to open fire due to concerns he would hit children that were playing in the building nearby.
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the gunman then shot and killed 19 children and two adults in a classroom before being killed by law enforcement. officers. happening today. peninsula congresswoman jackie speier is going to host a town hall to fight discrimination. this is an in person event, and it's called coming together. stop a ap. i hate, she says hate crimes against the asian and pacific islander community increased. 77% since the start of the pandemic, and she's hoping everyone attending her town hall is going to share their experiences and work together to come up with ways to end violence and embrace diversity. that form will start at two p.m. at the millbrae community center on lincoln circles. and anton watson, the man accused of killing an 84, year old grandfather from thailand will stand trial in san francisco. prosecutors say neighborhood surveillance video shows watson knocking down ready to pack d in january of last year. the victim was out for his daily walk when he was knocked to the ground and he died from his injuries
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several days later. his relatives believe that attack was racially motivated. and new this morning. one firefighter has died after being trapped in a burning building that collapsed in philadelphia. and this is video from the scene that we just received this morning. this is where that fire broke out a few hours ago. authorities say the firefighter who was killed was a 27 year veteran of the philadelphia fire department for other firefighters and a city inspector were rescued from the rubble of that burning building and they are now listed in stable condition. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of that fire and why the building collapsed. meanwhile four firefighters were injured in southern california and fireworks explosion the firefighters working on fire at an apartment building near the long beach pier when a strong explosion blew out windows on the second floor. several other explosions followed as boxes of fireworks ignited inside the building. firefighters all suffering minor burns and all are expected to be okay senator dianne feinstein, leading a group of five other senators
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colleague for the implementation of new federal wild land, firefighter job classification groups sent a letter to officials urging them to implement the new job classification. and two expedient the delivery of the $600 million and supplemental pay for wild land firefighters. senator says the agency responsible for federal personal action personnel actions, rather has missed its target of may for completing the process, and it is critical that they do so now the fire season is here. all right time. now is 8 36. every time we talk about fire season, then we like the cooler temperatures applaud them because we need a little bit of a break and any moisture in the air even if it's not rain, yes, and a relative humidity is up. thanks to that onshore breeze out there giving you a live look here at what's happening in the san francisco this morning a plenty of blue sky over the city, although we are seeing fog. just kind of drifts through the city, and we do have low clouds right along the
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coastline, and we will continue with this pattern getting into the weekend storm tracker to here we have a system moving through the pacific northwest behind it. we will get a warm up in time for father's day. but for today we're only calling for minor changes, and the winds are on short. fairfield 12 mph very gentle onshore breeze in napa at three. our temperatures are into the sixties for some of the inland cities already low sixties and fairfield as well as brentwood. then you get into the north bay a lot of fifties, a lot of fifties and from san francisco towards oakland and san jose, you're checking in a 59. a comparison from yesterday into today, sandra fell, you'll notice the difference. 73 the afternoon expected for you. oakland expected to come up to 69. if you're going to see the ace play today, 76 in concord, san jose, just a slight little nudge in those numbers. better details on the afternoon house for today and the warming trend in the extended forecast coming up, we will see you shortly. thank you. rosemary, the cbc meeting right now they're expected to approve the covid-19 shot for kids as young as six
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months old. we're watching that meeting very closely. and of course, we'll have updates coming up shortly. large shipment of baby formula just arrived in the us we'll talk about how many baby bottles of formula that shipment represents when we come back. [sfx: computer sounds] ♪ ♪
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arrive. at dulles international airport yesterday it was welcomed by vice president kamala harris. this really is about what should be one of the highest purposes for any one of us, which is to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our children. the children of our country. and that. at its essence is what this issue is about. the shipment arrived in
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virginia and contained £14,000 of kendall milk formula from london. the equivalent of more than 200,000 bottles. the vice president thanked the president of the united airlines, which has donated flights to bring formula to the yes us from overseas. the white house says that by sunday the administration will have shipped 13 million bottles of formula since the start of operation fly formula last month. time is 8 41 3. americans now reported missing after fighting alongside ukrainian soldiers against russia. russian media showing video of two of the men who are now believed to have been captured all three missing men or former american service members who family members say they wanted to help ukraine fight back against the russians . however president biden now urging other american citizens. not to follow in their footsteps . i have been briefed. we don't know where they are. but one of reiterate americans should not be going to ukraine now. the two
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americans who are believed to have been captured or both from alabama. the third missing american reportedly joined the marines after witnessing the september 11th attacks while living in new york city more than 20 years ago. and acclaimed musician is using her talent to help raise money to support the people of ukraine. pianist tim rico subscribers villi has performed with legendary conductors and orchestras, and she is now the music director of the inspire academy in pleasant in she's performing this weekend. along with other musicians for a fundraiser for ukraine. as a child was born in the soviet union, and i know what it is to live on the authoritarian regime. it's when you feel like someone outside always watching you and sucking
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air out of your life. so um, when i was very tiny eagle, i was introduced to music and that's where i found my freedom. the classical concert is tomorrow night at five o'clock at the firehouse art center in pleasant in there are still tickets available. all proceeds benefit the red cross for the ukraine relief fund, contra costa county now teaming up with the federal government, all in an effort to fight wage theft. the partnership between the county's district attorney's office and the u. s labor department was formalized during the signing ceremony and martinez yesterday, county and federal agencies now plan to work in tandem to prosecute criminal wage theft cases all across the region. it will have prosecution resources along with resources from our investigative team as well. the partnership will focus on cracking down on wage and hour violations, unfair business practices and payroll
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tax evasion. well, any spade mother who knows what it's like to suffer through some very tough times, is now finding a special way to give back the results. story is about both perseverance. and giving. then i look at you. and the world's alright with me. it is a kitchen filled with gratitude and it is food made with love. i mean the dough it takes about an hour. to rise, and then i'll make the dough. um i'll add the out. break it down into the separate pizzas, and then i'll cook that and then i have to be out of here by 7 45 at the latest. that's because at eight pm caravan opens its a union city program that gives people a safe place to park and sleep overnight. tammy knows that program well, because in 2021, she and her four children were experiencing homelessness and
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spent their evenings at caravan sites. i think people have this narrative that everyone that ends up homeless is a drug addict. they think they made bad decisions. and now they're here like i was a victim of a crime, and i ended up there. for a year, this van was home and then this seat back here, it completely lays down and goes into the floor. and then that's so the bed would go from here to here, and then our refrigerator was over here. and we had a pantry over there. having a safe place to sleep, she says. was a relief caravan was so amazing. we would get out in the middle of the night and like jump rope. and we'd run and we'd skate every day after school and read . it was just amazing. it was so healing like my god, this is what's meant to be. we're meant to be free. it was a chance to get back on their feet. plug in this generator, so our outfit and go out and so mask and sell it. she even cooked in that van , but most importantly, she kept her family together in that van
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, but it was always meant to be temporary. someone asked me what was the desire of my heart, and i said my desire is to get my kids in a place and that's the first time i'd ever said out loud. this is what i want. it was like everything in the universe just moved to give me exactly what was the desire of my heart. after a year and a lot of help, she moved her family into this home to look at you. and now i know it's gonna be, and yet she never forgets where she's been. and so most nights, she's here cooking lovely day. packing up the food before driving to a caravan site in my life. i just believe if i've been somewhere and i know that pain or i know that struggle and the main thing was like i cooked when i was there, so i was like, who's cooking now who's helping
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them? and there's a lot of older people. and that might crushes my soul. because they should be somewhere enjoying life. someone taking care of them. they've paved the way and it's not their time to just lay in a car. but until they are somewhere else, tammy says she'll be here with warm food made with love. so i had to come back. i don't think i can sleep at night. if i did it. i don't know why. i don't know why i can't tell you why. maybe it's simply because she has always given back to those in need. or maybe it's because tammy roselle knows what it means to sleep here. at night. with the caravan program was started in 2016. it's a collaboration between the city faith based groups in the area and the school district and the programs coordinator. jesus garcia told me. they've had 268 vehicles in the program so far. that's about 370 adults 175 children, so if you are someone
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in need, or you know someone in need of this program, you do have to register with the city. first we have all that information on our website at ktvu .com. just being in a secure place where someone's not going to say you gotta leave. you gotta leave. that's got to feel very, very good in the pizza. my goodness is a great cook from scratch. my goodness. i made some of those pizzas with her. they did not. look camera ready? i'm sure they told me they would taste the same, but she was just so good at it. mm pizza. good morning. good morning. we do have a nice weekend in store today is going to be the cooler day of the weekend. we are going to be below average into the afternoon . only slightly warmer than yesterday. a live look here into san francisco where we do have mostly blue skies out there this morning temperatures cooled into the upper forties if we're some , but we are already rebounding , a little bit of fog along the coast and just inside the bay.
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looks like the marine layer death about 1000 ft or so we're tracking it. based on the san francisco skyline this morning if i pull back the pacific northwest, a little bit of action going on here. this is what has helped to cool things off. bring back the onshore breeze. and bring back some good amount of humidity. we've got to sonoma mountains this morning reporting relative humidity at 78% mount diablo reporting. 73% ben lomond, the santa cruz mountains 88% so this is good as we know for when it comes to fire danger. we'd like to see our relative humidity up. we'd like to see our temperatures a little bit cool, and that's where we stand. 53 degrees. right now. in san francisco. we have upper fifties to start your morning walnut creek. some of our inland cities dropped into the upper forties but already in the fifties, now santa rosa 53 56 in novato, if you're going to see the ace played this afternoon, a beautiful day in the stands mostly sunny skies, upper sixties if you go into the alameda county fair, a gorgeous day expected for you there, so we're going to hold off on that heat, at least for a couple of days. we begin to see a warming
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trend tomorrow in eventually turning hot once again, inland. 65 the afternoon high for sir francisco today, low seventies and napa 76 expected for concord low seventies in san jose. stretching over towards morgan hill 74 for you, the extended forecast, so there is the notable jump in temperatures for father's day into the eighties, far inland cities seventies around the bay sixties at the coast, so very enjoyable weather. then we get into some warmer weather on monday or inland communities now into the low nineties. we don't stop there afternoon highs by tuesday , reaching near 100 degrees for our hotter spots, we begin to see a little bit of cooling and getting into wednesday, still very warm. nineties in the forecast for inland cities, but are you taking a look at the beach 73 expected on tuesday back to you what a couple of days away and those temperatures reflected. thank you, rosemary. well, imagine receiving alert on your phone to keep your sprinklers up because it's expected to rain. coming up and our nine o'clock our rosemary will speak with landscaping expert about smart water
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conservation technology that can do just that. and here's some good news. if you're looking to plan a trip, the price for domestic air travel is dropping after the break. we'll tell you when you should travel if you're looking to save the most money.
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tracks the airline industry is reporting that the airport has about 20 flights that have already been canceled or delayed this morning. and when we take a look at the picture nationwide there were more than 12. hundreds us flights canceled on friday. my brother was on a flight. he was in his seat buckled and then they canceled it. more than 3000 flights were also delayed. that's on top of more than 1700 flights canceled on thursday. airlines are blaming bad weather and staffing shortages. transportation secretary pete buttigieg held a virtual meeting with airline executives to learn what steps they're taking to keep air travel running smoothly this summer. while you're paying more for gas and food airfares are actually going down this week, domestic airfares fell for the first time since the beginning of the year. travel app hopper reports the average fare is about 20 bucks cheaper compared to may, when fares were at their highest this year. what economists sites demand most people vacation in spring and
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early summer bookings for later in the summer are not as competitive. international travel. that's a different story, though hopper noticing international airfares are going up with round trip tickets averaging just over 1000 bucks. that's up, 22% compared to last summer. well just a half an hour . the cdc is expected to approve the covid shot for the youngest population coming up at nine. we're speaking with dr peter chen hong about the impact this approval can have on the pandemic. also ahead. steph curry isn't just being celebrated for his m v p and his nba championship titles. the third on our he's receiving, and that's coming up right af
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another nour this time from islam. a mater. he, of course started davidson college liberal arts school in north carolina. davidson will retires jersey number 30 that will happen at a ceremony in august. curry will also be inducted into davidson's athletic hall of fame. and received his bachelor's degree, completed his bachelor of arts with a major in sociology last month, but could not attend the commencement because of the nba playoffs. he had time to do that. how about steph curry? meanwhile his wife i used to curry is selling our shirts steph made famous after game five of the nba finals. of course, he wore a shirt that says i used to curry can cook. it was a jab at the boston area bar that had a storefront sign mocking his wife. well i use a curry is marketing on that selling the same shirt on her
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sweet july website, only $28, and all the proceeds will benefit no kid hungry, an organization fighting in childhood hunger. here in the united states. official word on when the warriors will visit the white house, but they have received an invite president biden tweeted out a message that reads congrats to the golden state warriors on yet another nba title and two finals m v p. stephan curry for another. legendary performance grit, heart strengthen numbers. that's america. see you at the white house. what happening today? san francisco's ocean beach gets taken over by some adorable dogs . today is the annual corgi con in which hundreds of these small short canines wag their tails. and then you know, hang out at the beach with sunglasses on. apparently this is a popular event. it began back in 2014, but like so many activities, it was canceled over the last two years because of the pandemic. today it is back and festival
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activities include corgi races and a costume contest. just wonder woman organizers say they're excited to be back to once again take their turn to strut. their stuff. well, cdc fl health officials right now detailing their rollout plan for covid-19 shots for children six months and older. how soon those shots could be available. plus the element. a county fair is here. we're live from pleasanton or as you can see from this live picture this morning. the sun's out funds out race is getting ready to start. we're gonna be talking about that and all the other fun activities that you can participate in all weekend long. plus, the warriors are back in the bay area with not one but two new trophies. how you can celebrate the nba champs this week that's coming up. from ktvu fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning to
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you a picture perfect day out over the bay area this morning, and if you like it cooler. you will be happy on this saturday, june 18th lots of outdoor activities. i always think it's a layer up in the morning, but it's a layer up kind of bay area. good morning to you. i'm claudine water. it's just right over there in oakland, braving everyone. i'm frank mallicoat in a big happy birthday to sir paul mccartney. 80 years old. today. that's amazing and still bringing it. his concert i was at about two or three weeks ago in oakland. fabulous just fabulous. have yet to see him but definitely definitely need to. can you see this behind me? that's beautiful, too gorgeous alive. look there at the water. the ocean believe that specifically this morning where we are enjoying some blue sky here, partly cloudy skies across the bay area. we're seeing just a little bit of cloud cover along the coast and inside the bay temperatures this morning in
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the fifties and sixties. we'll see just a slight bump in the numbers this afternoon, followed by a bigger warm up in time for father's day more on this coming up in just a little bit. thank you. rosemary happening today. that's the alameda county fair. it's now underway, gates will open and just a few hours but morning fun run to kick off the weekend is about to get started. right ktvu james torres live from the fairgrounds in pleasant in this morning. with details of some of the events planned for this weekend. good morning to you, james. good morning to you, claudia and frank gas. the weather could not be any better for a day like today, the first saturday of the alameda county fair and what's kicking off our saturday this morning is the sunset funds outrun. this is a really special run for a number of different reasons. for starters, this is the first time that the horse track here at the fairgrounds has ever had a walk or run on the actual ground here, so these people were experiencing a little bit of history today. oh, dirty too, because it's all just straight. muds are straight dirt so a lot of dirty feet. a lot of muddy
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feet are gonna be coming off this track in just a little bit. that's a one mile run. there's a five mile or five k run. i should say that starts off some of it on the racetrack, and then part of it actually goes in back into the fairgrounds as well. we saw some of those cones set up that kind of navigated some of that route. this is set to start any minute now set to start about nine o'clock or doing some of those little announcements first. the proceeds collected from this run, or it's going to a local nonprofit called sunflower hill. they specializing, uh, specialize in helping adults who live and deal with mental rather the people who live with disabilities, i should say helping them kind of prepped for future careers and whatnot. so many people are here supporting that organization. many folks are here just because they are fans of the alameda county fair and they're excited for that to come back here. we have a chance to talk to one of the organizers. other fairgrounds who runs the communications about how great it is to have the fair back in full scale and not have to worry
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about some covid-19 protocols. just seeing people coming through the gates smiling and you just feel this sense of energy with everyone that people are feeling like there's normalcy, resuming their feeling comfortable, especially being outdoors. there feels like a very comfortable safe environment where people can come and enjoy and get to see one another. we're seeing people reunite and see. people in the community and you just see people running up and hugging each other and it's been. it's been so amazing to see and feel that energy and we're just really excited to bring a safe, experienced everyone. yeah, no doubt about the energy. we've got concerts going on tonight. we've got all sorts of events of brew fest happening later this afternoon. hot dog eating qualifier also happening a little later this afternoon tomorrow for father's day. all dad's going to be let in free until three o'clock, so the alameda county fair is back in full swing. let's take you back, live out here to the actual fairgrounds. again the race
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should be starting any minute. now. this is the sun's out funds out one mile and five k race the first time that the fair or the horse track here at the fairgrounds has ever had any sort of walker run on it. so it looks like folks are actually getting lined up. now we're hearing the announcement. i think that's going to probably be some sort of countdown, and there we are. you do cough about me there we are. like i said, some of these folks are running one mile seven number running a five k some of that. yeah. we have actual horses on the track as well. it is a horse track after all, so some of the race will actually bleed into the fairgrounds and only lasts for maybe another 30 minutes to an hour or so. so by the time the gates open at 11 o'clock you're not really gonna see any of this anymore. but if you miss this, and you think, man, this looks like a lot of fun. there are plenty of other events happening not just this weekend, but over the span of the next three weeks as well. that's fair. will end and wrap up on july 10th. so
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frank and claudine, i will leave you with this corn dog and tv man in an exact so i hope they come in the first, that first group comes out so hot and then the rest are like they're like, yeah, nice stroll on the trout. let's let's stroll great tick to the horse racing this weekend as well. nice job, james. thank you for that. onto other news now cdc is expected to approve the covid-19 vaccines for america's youngest citizens. that vote is scheduled to take place later this hour, one day after the fda fda did approve fizer modernist vaccines for kids as young as six months, a cdc advisory panel is meeting right now to debate the best ways to administer covid shots to those young children. members are also planning a very aggressive social media campaign to help provide covid information to all the parents. we've also shared jurisdiction specific maps of likely vaccine providers from children under five years, jurisdictions have been able to use these maps to identify and then address gaps in provider availability. in our common
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experts continue to release resources to promote the covid-19 vaccine for children and teens, including social media, graphics videos, customizable materials in various web pages. this young kids are now expected to become the last age group eligible for a shot or protection against the virus. today cdc ruling will affect at least 19 million children. well, the covid wave seems to be slowing down here in the bay area, the california department of public health reporting 20,000 and 470 new cases this week that's among all nine bay area counties that is down 33% from the week before. so that's good news and the most recent data suggesting that the surge is dropping. after plateau owing it's pretty high rates over a month. and as we wait for the cdc to make its decision about vaccines for children, six months, and older health officials around the bay area are getting ready for another rollout. let's bring in dr peter chen hong infectious disease
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specialists that ucsf and a good morning to you. morning claudine . thanks for having me on. let's talk about fdr, he said. yes the cdc expected to vote at 9 30. so just about 15 20 minutes here, and then we expect the cdc director rochelle walensky to sign off. are you expecting any surprises in this or do we think this is just going to go forward and parents are kind of planned for next week? i am expecting no surprises. claudine we've hamden hard over the data filled while now and i think everybody is really, uh, eagerly anticipating the seminal moment in our nation's history against fighting a pandemic. because for the first time, pretty much everybody in society in the united states will be able to be vaccinated. so let's talk about the data because that's certainly something that we've gone back and forth with right. very beginning of the pandemic. you know the messaging was, you know, it doesn't really affect children like it affects adults and seniors and older people and people. with immune compromised , you know, health situations,
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but then we had a couple of studies that the city should put out one in march that compared weekly covid-19 hospitalization rates among children for younger omicron versus delta and found they were five times higher in omicron and then in april. they sent out another one that said, look, we've got hospitalization rates from 5 to 11 year olds twice as high among unvaccinated children, then when compared to vaccinate children, so what is the impact on children? and why should parents be wanting this vaccine. well claudinei was really astonished myself to see that not only there was a significant degree of hospitalizations and some kids during omicron, but that the hospitalization read below age five was actually higher. then in the kids above that, and granted, kids don't die at a very high rate. luckily but they do get hospitalized for airway inflammation, because if you think about what macron is doing, it's creating a lot of inflammation in the large airways. these kids airways under each five is very, very
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small to even if you have a lot of mucus there, it's going to be difficult for some folks to breed so kids definitely got affected, but for me, the biggest impact is probably going to be on family members. the grandparents the parents, uh, that the tension and nervousness appearance have when taking their kids out because they're not really sure if they will bring back the virus being unvaccinated into the household . once again, it's that community idea that we are protecting each other in this space, regardless, how important do you think this information campaign is going to be as we try to put out the data and try to have people understand? why it took so long to get this to this point. what any risks there might be because there is still hesitancy. yes, there definitely is some people on the fence and this is probably the biggest group of appearance on the fence even compared to the whole group because you know there's this feeling that why should ever i shot and go and get it. and when you look at the data about 20% of parents will go out and get
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it about 40% will watch and wait . so i think that campaign will probably move that 40. into the more immediate act. hopefully you know, because again to me, it's not about the now you talked about california kind of pressing and going down. it's an insurance policyfor the fall for the pies, the rose and the segments. so a lot last question for you to make it two parts. any doubt in your mind that this vaccine is safe for children? and do you think this will get us closer to a mandatory? vaccination for school aged children that has been talked about. um no doubts in my mind about safety. uh in fact, the kids safety profile looks better than every other age group at this stage because it's a smaller dose. number two. i don't think this will move the mandatory vaccines yet it has to be fully after you approved. i think parents have to be a little bit more comfortable. maybe in one year is what i'm thinking at this moment unless we get a crazy new search.
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alright always appreciate your insight and your expertise on this as we continue to watch the cdc this morning, dr peter chen hong from ucsf. thanks so much. have a great saturday. we appreciate it. you're too claudine. thank you. all right, let's talk weather rosemary oroczo watching these cooler temperatures, but really gorgeous. i mean, the sun was shining up in early this morning. and it would look beautiful outside and i think that helps to get people up and going, but you're right. a little cool, little breezy. that's going to be the powder and through today a live look here at what's happening outside our doors with all that sunshine, little bit of fog there over sfo, a little bit of fog along the coastline and just inside the bay. and if you look at the bottom of your screen, we've got the wind blowing out there this morning at sfo. storm tracker to hear the system that is moving through the pacific northwest, bringing this and seasonably cool pattern, the onshore breeze going to stick with us and the relative humidity is up. that's good news this time of year. fairfield reporting at onshore breeze at 12 mph conquered reporting seven although we have a bit of a
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northwest flow in place for today, and our temperatures are only expected to be slightly warmer 55 in san francisco right now, 60 degrees in walnut creek upper fifties in livermore and into the afternoon. do expect temperatures to come up just slightly. for some san jose. you're only expected to come up by a degree or so. but then san rafael 73 expected for you five degrees warmer in oakland for today. 69 76 in concord. look at the afternoon highs region wide plus the warming turn that gets underway starting tomorrow, coming up in just a little bit. well it is juneteenth weekend. we're talking about the many festivities happening all over the bay area, and we're also talking about the warriors parade that is set for monday, right after the break. details on where to catch that parade. either in san francisco, or if either in san francisco, or if you want alright. shortest roost fry drives next. ♪ worth it. ♪ my $4.00 roost fries with 100% all-white-meat chicken, melty cheese, and good good sauce.
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be held at the foot of market at the ferry building before the parade. the actual parade will travel up market street eighth. festivity starts at 11 20 monday morning. and our coverage of that rally and parade begins at 10 a.m. it's a little different on monday, and parade official begins at 11 20. but there was no lots going on, and we'll be there. for all of it, and the weather should be absolutely fantastic. and we're talking about parade weather. i felt like you know all that last game like, can we talk about it now? can we talk about it now? we're talking about it now. yes it's going to be great upper sixties in the forecast for the parade. as we move towards monday, we will begin that warming trend, not today. today temperatures are only going to be slightly warmer than yesterday, which means we will be below average live. look there. yes, san jose . we have partly cloudy skies overhead, mostly sunny conditions expected for today, even along the coastline just a little bit of fog out there this
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morning. outside of that the onshore breezes with us the cooler powder burns, which is great for fire. danger all thanks to this system that is moving through the pacific northwest. we will see a warming trend that gets underway beginning tomorrow and eventually our inland cities. nearing 100 degrees by tuesday. let's take care of what's happening outside right now, though a relative humidity is up , 72% reported in the sonoma mountains, 82% reported over areas of santa cruz santa cruz mountains this morning. temperature wise 55 degrees in san francisco. we have upper fifties and napa. hello, fifties . i rush. it's a low sixties already this morning in brentwood and 61 over san jose, if you're going to watch the ace play later today, game time, one oh, seven mostly sunny skies upper sixties in the forecast with the west freeze. about 15 mph. so, so nice weather here. nice weather if you're going out to the alameda county fair seventies. here we are mid june and we have seventies in the forecast today for inland cities
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76 in the north bay of santa rosa, mid sixties san francisco upper sixties to low seventies expected around the bay, the extended forecast here. temperatures will begin to warm tomorrow on father's day seventies in the forecast around the bay eighties inland, and then we turn a bit hot getting into monday tuesday, expected to be the hottest day when again are hotter spots hit 100 degrees . upper eighties around the bay beautiful beach weather low seventies in the forecast. and then a slight little cool down getting into wednesday. back to you. thank you. rosemary giants back east again there in pittsburgh this weekend, and they kicked out the road trip with an impressive shut out on friday. we got highlights coming up next and it is drought awareness week coming up in the nine o'clock hour. we're gonna be talking with a professional landscaper who were going to tell us about unique ways to collect rainwater for safe use.
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good time to talk about how we use water. more importantly, how we can save water. so to help you do that, let's go to rosemary oroczo about unique but beautiful ways to harvest our rainwater when we get it. yes claudine, and it is really hard to believe that not that long ago it was actually illegal. to capture rainwater here in the state of california. no longer the case. joining us live is the owner of sweetwater landscape, dan. good morning, dan. thank you so much for joining us. good morning, rosemary. we do have a couple of items we want to talk about. we want to talk about the rainwater capturing systems. yes but actually, let's start with the smart tech device called hydra wise, that actually tracks the weather and adjust your watering outdoors. based on that. sure it's a huge improvement over older, non smart irrigation controllers. it triangulate at least three weather stations in the area.
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and it takes that information and predictably adjust your times for you with your irrigation controller really saves a lot of water during the springtime and fall, especially wow. so it knows when it's going to rain, and in which case your sprinklers. stay off that day, which you know, i don't know if i'm actually guilty of it. perhaps probably, but you know, it rains and then you go outside and low and behold, your sprinklers are going off, so this will help help with that type of stuff, right? it definitely sounds genius. it's correct. i mean, just simply by changing your irrigation controller to. it's a smart controller. i heard the term smart meter. well, this is kind of on the other side of the meter. and um yeah, i'd say right away. you're going to see savings of 25 to up to 33% just what? that installation on your landscape watering. that's that sounds great. and i sounds like you can actually if you're if you're a techie person, you
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might be able to install these yourself. but you guys also installed them for people and then you also helped to kind of supervise over it as well. sure because it's based on your wifi home system. um certainly homeowners that can set up their own wifi systems can set up the system themselves, or we are here to help or do it, and there's other landscape contractors out there as well that do it that installs so it's uh, it's a little bit techie, but it's not too crazy. it sounds more complicated than it actually is. love it. and as we know much of our rain comes from atmospheric rivers that dump a whole lot of rain in a short amount of time, and it is such a big challenge to capture all that before it runs out into the ocean. and you told me yesterday when we were talking about one inch of rain on a 2000 square foot roof actually adds up to about 1250 gallons of water. imagine just that running off into the gutters. it's quite a shame, so let's talk about these rainwater capture systems. we're talking much longer larger than
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like a bucket or a garbage can. we're talking about huge underground containers that you guys actually install. sure so the system on the screen now it utilizes the acquis cape rain exchange system, which is a modular system built underneath the driveway there, and that's a 3000 gallons system there so um , that will get you by about a let's say a month or two, depending on the plant types and the number of valves that you put the system on. i love it. and so if somebody is interested in this, it actually costs quite a bit of money. and how long does it take to install? out of the typical 3000 gallons system takes about a week to install, and, um there's many treatments you can put on top of it. the photo you had up was actually underneath the driveway of the house. um we've done them under patios. you can do them under your landscape. um it's rainwater harvesting without looking at a tank or if you don't have room for a tank. wow
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what? of course we love our state and you know, we need to take of course, bigger responsibility. now that we are faced with the drought and the climate change, and these are just a couple of tools, and i love them both. thank you so much for joining us this morning down. thank you, rosemary. it have a good day. you too. thanks guys coming up next. we're learning that you've led police officer had a chance to shoot the man who shot and killed 19 students and two teachers before he entered the school. why, he says he didn't engage coming up says he didn't engage coming up at 8 30. [sfx: computer sounds] ♪ ♪ ♪
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music. all that and much more. at the alameda county fairgrounds where live from pleasant in this morning, and we're about to get a sneak peek at the big fair coming up and we're live from hayward, where preparations are underway for juneteenth festival. details on that. next. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. we've got some dry hills that would be the east bay and beautiful monte. a blow in the background on what? we're just a couple of days away from the first day of summer. can you believe it? july 18th today. so what? three days away, june? yeah like you are already deep in july. yeah. well bring it on. bring it on. good to have you
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with us. on the saturday morning . frank malika claudine wong. let's talk about our weather. 18th, right. june 18th? yes put it on your iphone, right? just a reminder. we could just go back to january 18th because you know time flies so fast. it'll be labor day before you know it. i know. good morning to both of you. we are looking at a nice weekend. if you are going to be out and about a lot of blue sky already this morning into the afternoon, temperatures are going to come up just by a few degrees and still be below average for this time of year for fifties at the coastline to mid seventies inland. those are some of our warmer temperatures. for today, we will get into a warming trend, though it kicks off on father's day more on the weekend forecast and the extended coming up in just a little bit. alright we're loving the weather happening today they're loving it to the alameda county fair now underway with special events concert schedule for the next three weeks. looks like a lot of fun out there ktvu is james doris, having some fun live from the fairgrounds in pleasanton. okay i'm gonna guess
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now that you finally made it to some food because we love fear food, and we want you to eat it in honor of us for us, all of it. at the same time. twist my arm. yeah you know, we we've talked about all the different events that you can experience and there are so many things you can do all weekend long and especially for the next three weeks, but no fair is fair. without some of the fried food and all the different food options that you get to experience when you walk through the gates here, deep fried oreos deep fried cheesecake underway right now queen behind all that is miss jackie bradbury. gosh you've been doing this, he said entirely pretty much your whole life. tell me what? why? why do you still do this? i feel like this is so ah, there's so much to it so much work. there is a lot of work, but there's also a lot of love to see on the public come out to a county fair and get a deep fried oreo and just having it for the 100th time or the first time. the joy in their
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faces make it makes it all worth it deep fried oreo, probably for the 2000, thailand. that is my absolute soul food when it comes to carnival food. how many oreos do you fry a day in the middle of a fair all we could do up to 1000 or even today? and how many of you were doing the cheesecake to the cheesecake? not so many. but what is the most creative thing you've ever? fried added this request you ever got um what would be the craziest one would be probably the marshmallow. deep fried marshmallow because it's like it's like it melts like soon as you cook it, so you have to have it so that it's boring out of the mouth drink. so what? what goes into all this? and i know people think that the basics oreo batter fries, but there's gotta be more to it than that. love it's going to have a bit of
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look and then what you eat at the first stays at the fail this everyone's gonna love her county. we were having an interesting conversation before we went out. we came out live here. you said you're born and raised in australia. you did all of this over there and you've noticed some key differences between what affair looks like in the states versus what it looks like in australia talk about that for a moment. um well in australia, like fizz do not only go for like 10 days at the most or even one day and over here we were lucky to say at a location for four weeks and get to enjoy the county and the. all the surroundings, so that makes a big difference. yeah you know , we obviously had some guests, distractions and some delays because of covid-19 over the last two years. 2020 didn't happen at all. last year. we had this like reduced version of it, but now we're back and forth scale. how much does that mean
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to you means a lot. it means a lot. everyone was affected by covid-19, but everyone wants to get out and enjoy the fair. so they miss it. oh, gosh. here, too. i'm sure everyone misses this. i sure do. frank and claudine. this is to get your appetites wet for the morning here. deep fried oreos. deep fried cheesecake would normally take a sample of it. but you just saw it came just out of the fire. so we're not gonna i'm not going to risk that just now. but yeah, let's put a little powder on that the gates here at the fair are opening at 11 this morning. a little powdered sugar makes everything absolutely better. 11 a.m. this morning for the gates plenty of activities going on a little later this afternoon, the brew fest that starts at two o'clock, the heart beating qualifier that starts at three o'clock this afternoon. that's just today. and of course, we've got three events going on. oh yeah. oh, yeah. so much to it so much to the fair and so much joy as well from people who are so excited to have this back who grew up with
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this thing so very much excited to see them also get in today. of course, there is gonna go on for the next couple of weeks that wraps up on july 10th. so if you are not getting the chance this weekend, you definitely have plenty of time to check it out. and we're saying it's all it's all fried food, james. but if you eat it when you go to the fair, but then you can eat your vegetables later you get a health thing goes out the window. when you go to a fair, you gotta live lunch you could get you could get something else you could get a burger or, you know something that might be what you can get some veggie options, too. but why would you? why would you when you have a deep fried oreo, you can stuff your face with or you could have that. yeah we're with you. we're with you, james. all right, at home all the time. thank you so much. alright let's talk about juneteenth because it is officially tomorrow, but we've got a number of events in the bay area taking place ahead of tomorrow's holiday, which celebrates the end of slavery in america. you're taking a live look at one of the events that's getting underway in hayward this morning. this is the juneteenth
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outdoor fitness and wellness festival. it is in downtown hayward. this year's theme is radical self care for black women. it is all scheduled to get underway. at heritage plaza . so, look, you already have the booth set up folks enjoying the sunshine out there on their bikes walking around, so we wish them a great event this morning. san francisco's fillmore street will be holding a freedom celebration as well at 11 am and oakland has several events, including the afrocentric juneteenth celebration, which is going to be held at lake merritt. there's a two day festival. it starts at noon and includes a pan african wellness vest today. as well as a family celebration tomorrow that promotes community culture and love. just keep in mind. several roads are going to be shut down. do teeth recognizes june 19th 18 65 more than two months after the end of the civil war, when union soldiers arrived in galveston's texas and notified enslaved black americans that they we're free. president biden
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signed juneteenth into law last year designating it a federal holiday. but since the 19th falls on a sunday this year, government buildings postal services banks and the stock market will all be closed on monday. mm hmm. and that may be a good thing. wall street will reopen tuesday morning because of the juneteenth holiday. investors will try to catch their breath. over the weekend and monday after what was just a brutal week in the markets. analysts blaming recession fears sparked by rising interest rates . indexes suffered their worst week since march of 2020. at the beginning of the coronavirus shutdowns and pain at the pump that just keeps getting worse, or gas prices, another concern for consumers. the white house says president biden is going to visit saudi arabia next month. and he will be there to talk about several issues, including emerging technologies, economic investment, renewable energy and
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environmental initiatives. but during the presidential campaign , we should note that he said he would treat the saudis like quote the pariah they are, and that's where their role in the killing of saudi journalist who worked for the washington post analysts are questioning whether next month's talks will persuade the saudis. to increase oil production and lower fuel prices . the president says he is committed to fighting climate change while bringing down costs at the pump. russia's brutal and unprovoked assault on its neighbor. ukraine has fueled the global energy crisis. and the sharpened the need to achieve long term reliable energy, security and stability. the president led a virtual meeting yesterday on climate change. participants included china, germany and saudi arabia. it was the biggest global climate summit held before conference in egypt this november. tell me how is 9 39? the price of bitcoin fell below $20,000 earlier today for the first time since late 2020 just hours ago, the world's
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most popular cryptocurrency dropped 9% to less than $19,000 bitcoin has now lost more than 70% of its value since reaching its peak, it's dropped is the very latest sign of turmoil in the cryptocurrency industry amid the wider turbulence in financial markets, investors are selling off. they're riskier assets because central banks are raising interest rates to combat are rising inflation. it's been some tough sledding since january. 1st here in the markets , yes, markets gas. do not look at your 401k. yeah come back when you fill up your gas, but i don't have to even mention groceries. groceries oh, my gosh . i mean, they're really you can't really turn anywhere without getting hit a little bit harder, so we got up. buckle in and dig deep. it's a tough time for a lot. a lot of people. you're right. good morning to all of you and a happy weekend. we are looking at temperatures coming up just slightly today
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and then continuing into your father's day, beautiful weather for the weekend. before we turn hot getting into the week. here's a look over san francisco where we do have partly cloudy skies and mostly clear for today . air quality is good storm tracker to here showing you with the system over the pacific northwest. that is providing us with the unseasonably cool weather and the breezy conditions yesterday today, a little breezy as well right now . fairfield reporting a week onshore bruise at 12 mph conquered. it's a seven for you there. oakland seven and nevada actually coming in from the northwest 55 degrees right now, in san francisco, 60 for you, nevado low sixties and conquered low sixties in the south bay over san jose. so a pretty start to the day. it was a little bit chilly earlier this morning, but with the sun shining temperatures are rebounding and we will continue with just a little bit of fog along the coastline for the afternoon today. it will turn mostly sunny for the second part of the afternoon, and then the fog returns by sunset temperature
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wise inland cities will feel a notable difference, although it's going to be a subtle warm up 3 to 6 degrees expected for most across the bay 73 the afternoon high for san rafael, today, upper sixties in oakland , 76 in concord seventies, the afternoon high in san jose temperatures again continuing to climb for father's day sunday and eventually getting to 100 degrees inland by about tuesday. better in details in the extended forecast for you coming up. thank you, rosemary. check your medicine cabinet because hundreds of thousands of pain relievers have been recalled due to unsafe packaging. we've got details coming up next. we're also talking about father's day. it's tomorrow. if you've been tasked with bringing a dish to that family gathering and want something everyone's gonna talk about stick around because there's two groman very busy. he's going to talk live with frank. frank already headed over the memory is, yeah. tots tater tots, nacho tater tots and whiskey? yes. frank's already
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one of the highest purposes for any one of us, which is to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our children. the children of our country. and that. at its essence is what this issue is about. no the shipment contained £14,000 of candomble formula from london, the equivalent of more than 200,000 bottles. the vice president thanked the president of the united airlines, which has donated flights to bring formula to the u. s from overseas. the white house says that by sunday the administration will have shipped 13 million bottles of formula since the start of operation fly formula last month. and parents of young children. you might want to check your medicine cabinet for recalled pain reliever bottles that do not have childproof packaging. so kroger's and walgreens have now recalled more than 400,000 bottles of ceta medicine. aspirin and ibuprofen combined, and that's because the packaging is not child resistance. that is a violation of the poison
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prevention act, which does require that those medicines have childproof packaging. so if you have one of those bottles that you see on your screen, there's several of them. you can take it back to the store. you bought it from either walgreens or a kroger owned store and you can get a refund. well father's day is tomorrow. and if you need ideas for a great appetizer for gerald dad, he's already working . how does tater tot nachos in a classic whiskey sour sound and a good friend hugh groman from the hue, chroma caterers, the groman group. you're on instagram and you are the man and you are making a whiskey sour already. are you not? i am i am i want to be efficient. okay, happy father's day happy father's day, so i'm gonna make you a classic whiskey sour and then we're gonna make touches. and i like the fact that you make the drink first. yeah we gotta be drinking , and it's all about efficient in time, efficiency and timing. there we go. so um, but we're gonna make you some tacos, which ar nachos but made with
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potato tots and in the potato tots. very underrated food group , don't you think? actually, you know, everyone loves the potato tops. i love table. don't think anybody doesn't like potato tots, even deviled eggs have some haters but potato tots. everybody loves them. you don't like tater tots. dinner's over, said so. okay what little bit of whiskey super easy 321. bourbon lemon juice simple and that's fresh lemon juice, lemon juice, so three parts to parts. okay and one part surface. just simple service. equal parts sugar and water, sugar and water . okay so i didn't measure very carefully. but i think they're going to be delicious. so then just serve it on the rocks. and if it's not delicious, just say it's delicious because i think it's going to be nice to garnish it with a fresh orange wheel. okay beautiful. looks are no cherries. you gotta go. look sardo kino are those are like old school for the kids when you're making your kids a whiskey sour. that's when you
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use that happy father's day. here we go, everyone. and it is delicious. it is good. great let's talk about these tacos. you can be really creative with these. you don't have to do it exactly the way i do. but here you go. where do you get your upper lip? okay okay. so um what do you get your tater tats? okay. we used to for many, many, many years. we, uh we need our own okay, and it's a long process. such a big deal. and after about 10 years, that team revolted and they said, let's just get that you know, the machine made kind that are quite delicious. okay so now we sadly make we buy them, but so do you see a costco? where do you get when we get them? you know what? we get them from the big wholesalers. and so we get big cases of them with, you know £30 at a time, so, but what we do is we deep fryers, and that's a little bit of a trick because it makes them crispier. but you can also just follow the instructions on the box and bake them away them away and just
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make them at a nice high heat for a long time until they get crisp. okay, chris, you want to do that first? and then you put them into this casserole dish. by the way, cheers. cheers i'm gonna be having some more that two and then you give you give it some cheese. and you can do, jack. you can do cheddar. you can do a mix you can make like a sort of a velveeta style. cheese sauce like a nacho sauce, so i'm just going to give this some grated cheese and you can't put too much cheese on right as i'm concerned, because i don't wanna be that sad person who doesn't get thank you who doesn't get the cheese from the bottom and through the power of tv here, magic of t v. i happen to have one that's already melted and we're okay with that. and it's so easy. so we've got potato tots we've got this cheese mix, and now you can just put some delicious toppings on here. we've got pinto bean puree. thank you, sir. so this is pit like warmed up pinto bean puree. and you just put your grounded up beans and basically, it's like you could just use a can of pinto beans and put it in a food processor. let it go. and just yeah, and then we've got pico diageo, but also it's got some
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tomatillo in it just to make it a little more salt. losing. yeah. and you can do store bought. we made our own. but you can absolutely do. some store bought pico diageo. some store bought tomatillo and then finally, chipotle sour cream. and how was that made my god, you just mixed up. take some sour cream, and there's a can of chipotle. they come in peppers, and they're like whole peppers in an adobo sauce. okay just puree those it's chipotle in. it just makes us feel this is crazy appetizer, right? i would definitely not do this before a big dinner. this is like a great father's day while you're watching sports like really treating dad with a whiskey sour in your hand here, you want to taste it will. of course i do. that's why we're here. boom! oh, my god. you're going to be happy was kind of excited about this. that's why i made a bunch today because i figured everyone's going to want to taste this. alright creative. you don't have to you if you don't do dairy, you don't have to do the chipotle sour cream. um like i said, all different kinds of salsas, all different kinds of
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cheeses. if you want here, do you like spicy? give it a little sauce that is fabulous. like a baked potato. just stuff with goodness. exactly well, cheers to you. happy father's everyone thursday. we want this recipe, dad. well, there you go in lafayette. if you want this recipe, it's going to be on our website up on the website. where can we find it with you? well, you can find me at at hugh groman group on instagram on instagram. you're the best. cheers away. we've got a cocktail waiting for you and some insect tater tots rosemary and to keep the tots warm. thanks. guys looks delicious giving you a look here over the oakland skyline also very appealing. blue skies, sunshine temperatures running a little bit below average. which is great news for inland cities who won't like. for example, alameda county fair temperatures will be in the seventies. today it's going to be nice. here's a look over san francisco where we have
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some sunshine overhead. we do have little bit of low cloud cover along the coastline and just inside the bay. outside of that, mostly sunny day and a system that is moving through the pacific northwest, continuing our unseasonably cool weather for today, 55 degrees right now in san francisco, upper fifties and napa sixties outside your door, walnut creek as well as conquered and then getting into the afternoon upper fifties for pacifica. cool day for you here on the coast. mid sixties san francisco very mild around the bay upper sixties to low seventies and nice and mild inland. 76 conquered today low seventies in napa beautiful day in oakland. if you're going to see the oakland ace played this afternoon in the stands and mostly sunny skies temperatures will warm tomorrow on father's day eighties for inland city seventies around the bay and then we take off and we're hot once again, our inland communities reaching 100 degrees on tuesday, upper nineties around the bay low seventies along the coastline, and then we drop temperatures just slightly on wednesday. claudia. alright, thanks, rosemary. father giants are back at it again and
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want to help raise money to support the people of ukraine. that's pianist tim rico suppress vili, who has performed with legendary conductors and orchestras. she is now the music director of the inspire academy
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and pleasant in and she is performing this weekend alongside other musicians in a fundraiser for ukraine. as a child was born in the soviet union, and i know what it is to live on the authoritarian regime . it's when you feel like someone outside always watching you and sucking air out of your life. so um, when i was very tiny goal, i was introduced to music and that's where i found my freedom. the classical concert is tomorrow night at five o'clock at the firehouse art center in pleasanton, and there are still tickets available. all proceeds benefit the red cross for the ukraine relief fund. about some baseball giants play game two of three games set in pittsburgh this afternoon. yesterday all giants and pitcher carlos rodent and they didn't need a lot of offense in this one. top number one third pitch, luiz gonzalez. it says. see you later with this bomb. he parks out his third home run of the year. giant scope one another thing, and then roden took over. he would
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need no more. he mowed down eight pirates fired two hit ball over eight strong innings. as a giants take game one in pittsburgh yesterday two to nothing about the aids hosting the royals and casey had its its way with oakland first, any salvador perez drives a double off frankie montas. all kinds of trouble. a run will score, the royals will go up one to nothing early, little more to come here to andrew, benin it to be intent to indy. yeah i've said his name 100 times the n t. n d will single in one more is casey wins it 5 to 1. the ace have lost 14 of their last 16 games. they could use your support. so if you want to head out to the coliseum this afternoon. they are taken on the royals. who by the way hung out here all week. they got to play the giants that had a day off, and now they just moved over the pay and they're taking on the oakland a's. yeah it's gonna be a nice day out there to do that sixties and the skies in oakland for today.
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temperatures running cool inland , where our afternoon highs will range in the seventies. so we are looking at fabulous weather for inland communities. a warm up begins on sunday eighties in the forecast for father's day for inland communities seventies around the bay, and then we get into summertime he just in time for the first day of summer, with temperatures ranging from the upper nineties to about 100 degrees for inland communities. slight cool down on wednesday. are you guys hungry? warm goodness, yes. you made a little extra or the best tater tot nachos. no, we know where to go in the studio. did you make these up? by the way? no i got the idea from a bar in berkeley called spats. spats. what do you do there forever on? on shadow. thank you. yeah alright, well, these are great and again, the recipe is going to be on ktvu .com because i know everyone is sitting at home going well, how can we join in and that's how we can join in. alright thanks for joining us this morning. of
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