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good morning we are following developing news out of thailand where several youth soccer players have been taken out of the cave. more on the desperate rescue operation underway this hour and the reason why divers chose today to start pulling out the trapped kids. a young child rushed to the hospital after falling out of a second story window in the east bay. >> where it happened and the medical response to help the child. a critically acclaimed film with the bay area as the backdrop. >> a very strong opening
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weekend and it's getting praise for being oscar worthy. first, a check on your weather as the end of this july 4th week. we have had great weather out there temperaturing cooling off sunday. a live look at san francisco and inside the bay and that cloud cover there signifying a bit of a cool down for many of us this morning. even a few degrees cooler out of the gate. sfo mostly clear skies and no delays due to the weather. 57 degrees in san francisco. santa rosa at 50. liver metro and san jose, low 60s to start your day. oakland down by four. san carlos down by two. one of the only spots i can see a tad warmer this morning over half moon bay.
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mostly cloudy skies along the coast. half moon bay and santa cruz, partly cloudy mostly clear start for you there. the afternoon highs expected for today coming down just a few degrees. 64 in pacifica. upper 60s for san francisco. mid 70s for oakland into the south bay, low 80s expected in areas over mountain view. 95 for livermore today. temperatures continuing to cool down in the business week. a look at your extended forecast, coming up. happening now, a dramatic rescue underway in thailand where four boys have been taken out of a flooded kaf. the rest of the youth soccer team and their coach remain inside. lee martinez has been following the latest developments this morning. a thai official says the operation is going better than expected. there's good news there. >> absolutely. a very dramatic rescue, nothing like this has been attempted before sxit was a race against time. just before 5:30 this morning,
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the first boys emerged from the cave. two ambulances and one helicopter were seen taking off right afterward. sunday morning in thailand authorities said they made the decision to rescue the boys now because oxygen levels dropped inside the cave and threat of monsoon waves were coming. they entered the complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. government sources say the boys will be rescued in four groups. two divers will score each kid out of the kaf. it took five hours for the divers to reach the boys and it takes six hours to help them dive through the underwater cave. the boy hearsay to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the flooded cave. >> we tried to win. >> the boys have been trapped for 15 days. they walked in the cave june
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june 23rd after a soccer match. the boys age 11-16 and their 25- year old coach became stranded on a ledge two miles inside when monsoon flooding cut off their escape. it took rescuers nine days to find them. they were able to deliver them protein and drinks to help them regain strength. monsoon rains flooded the narrow passage leading out of the cave and it was reported the boys did not know how to swim. a thai navy seal died friday after delivering oxygen tanks to the boys. they were running out of time so today was the day. once outside of the cave, medical teams wait to check the boys breathing. they are kwukly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire floor is reserved for the boys the boys coach will be the last to leave the cave. the total mission to rescue everyone could take several
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days. thank you lee, new this morning, a young child was air lifted to the hospital after falling out of a second story window at 7:30 last night. we don't know the child's condition this morning. we have contacted antioch police for more information but we are still waiting to hear back from them. a san jose man is in jail this morning after accused of luring a boy into a van and sexually assaulting him. it's not the first time the suspect has been charged. >> i have never seen anything like that before: a long time resident of this neighborhood is thankful this man, 34-year old is off the streets. residents here are still concern concerned. >> ridiculous. i think it's scary too. a 16-year old? >> according to police friday july 6th, close to 1:30 in the afternoon, the man, a
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registered sex offenders was driving on cunningham avenue when he spotted a 16-year old boy. he asked the boy for help and the victim walked over to the van thinking he was dealing with i afemale he was pushed through the door and sexually assaulted t. boy managed to get away and call police. . >> did you see anybody? what happened here? i was reading the newspaper. i didn't see anybody. >> patrol officers were eventually led to his home where he was taken into custody without incident and was found to have a previous conviction for sexual battery and also failed to properly register as a sex offender. the van he was driving was impounded as evidence. the incident happened in broad daylight. this left eric work ried about her own kids. >> i don't usually let my kids
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out. they're always with me. so i have nieces and nephews that age and they're out and about alone and it's scary. >> beau is currently being held on a no bail status charged with assault with intent to commit rape, false imprisonment and kidnapping along with other felony crimes. parents are taking extra precaution to talk to their kids about what to do. >> definitely do not talk to him and go. especially when you're alone, do not go with them. >> police would like anyone with information to contact them and the investigation they say is still ongoing. cal fire is banning some ground on the fire but it's also still growing. the fire burning near the oregon state line. so far at least one person has died but no information is being being released until
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relatives are notified. it's now creating its own erratic winds and that's making their job harder. the fire started thursday and expanded to more than 47 square miles so far, up 13 square miles overnight. the last ten minutes we got an update from cal fire. containment went up and crews have it 25% contained. fire officials are thanking people for reacting quickly to mandatory evacuation orders in the holiday fire. the fire chief says ta allowed his crews to focus on putting out fires instead of rescuing people. that fire is now 80% contained and it burned 100 acres. 20 buildings burned including some homes. in just a few minutes, we're going to hear why fire officials were able to get a handle on the fire so quickly. the biggest fire in the state is now contained.
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it's burned 138 square miles, l as big as the city of san jose. because of the progress, the napa county sheriff's office has lifted the evacuation orders in some areas. the pawnee fire is now 96% contained. former san francisco mayor lily brown is refusing to comment on a lawsuit. he's had an on again off again political relationship with joe donohue. he is accusing brown of misusing 50 $50,000. the website reports he agreed to give brown a check for 50 $50,000 that was supposed to help reid once her campaign organization was set up. brown gave the money to a charity he says that helped voter turn out efforts. he wanted to reid to win by a large margin making it easier to win re-election and voter attorney outs are a poor return
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for his money. a bay area congressmen has been denied to a shelter that houses migrant children. he was cleared to tour the shelter and the mercury news reporters he was later told he could not tour the specific shelter but rather one in another state. he's worried the government is trying to highlight certain shelters while keeping others a secret. republican congressmen jeff den ham from the central valley was also denied entry to that same shelter last week. religious groups came together in richmond in support of migrants seeking asylum. it's held in front of the west county detention facility. the family says back in their native russia, the husband balm a target of a prosecution because he refused to give false testimony gns his business partner. he fled the country with his family and has since been in the u.s. with a valid visa.
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>> he's an honest man and done nothing wrong here or any other country. he is here for three years before he was detained. he established the community. >> he was picking up his asylum decision in san francisco when he was arrested. it reportedly came after russia issued an international arrest warrant. we checked and a red notice alone is not sufficient reason for an arrest. an american servicemen was killed in afghanistan. still ahead, the information coming out regarding what's been described as an insider attack. hear from residents near santa barbara who ran from their homes when a wildfire approached their neighborhood. stay with us.
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good morning, happy sunday. another enjoyable day around the bay. 60s at the coast and 80s around the bay and inland locations back in the 90s. i am tracking a bit of a cool down. details, coming up. your time is 7:14. fire crews have been able to restrict growth of the holiday fire. that fire is 80% contained and it's burned several buildings including some homes. hundreds of people are out of their homes because of monday tear evacuations. people in the area were just starting to recover from last year's big wildfires. . >> santa barbara county is no stranger to wildfires but people who live here are hoping for some relief. >> i just wish that santa barbara could start getting a break pretty soon. >> a record setting heat wave sparked brush fires across southern california. including the 100 acre holiday
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fire so by the time we got out, the smoke was so intense because the wind was blowing straight down. smoke was running through and everybody was frantic. we were able to get out. >> 500 firefighters from santa barbara, ventura and la counties along with cal fireworked to contain the brush fire. containing it to 80% as of saturday evening. >> overall our indicators are good but we need to be alert and aware there's plenty of threat out there. we have a long summer ahead of us. >> at one point county officials stated 10-20 structures were damaged or destroyed but still haven't confirmed an exact number. firefighters also saved many homes once people evacuated. santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says 3,000 residents were forced to leave which he says was the reason no death or missing persons were reported. >> you need to be aware and you
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need to be alert. >> most mandatory evacuations were lifted after 5:00 p.m. neighbors rushed home relieved they still had one. he looks over at the mess ash made in his home but knows it could have been a lot worse during the moments he and his family escaped. >> i ended up tearing up our bedroom like you wouldn't believe because the cat was under the bed. it was an ash hurricane. it was crazy. >> many homes are still under a mandatory evacuation. aural residential areas that can be accessed from fairview after. one more point i want to make is that county officials say firefighters were able to aggressively go after this fire because they have additional federal funding. they were able to get resources they anticipated they would need just in case another massive fire swept through santa barbara county like the thomas fire we saw at the end of last year. reporting from santa barbara,
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ktvu fox two news. further south more than 100 firefighters were needed to knock down a grass fire that threatened dozens of homes there. that fire started at 3:30 yesterday afternoon when temperatures topped 110 degrees. the flamed scorched the outside of three homes. crews kept the fire from spreading further into the grenada hills neighborhood. in san diego county, firefighters are maintaining their containment of the west fire that's burned 500 acres and 81% contained. monday toir evacuations are still in effect. in other areas people are being allowed to return to their homes to check on properties but for some there's nothing left after several homes were destroyed. that number is expected to rise once officials can get in the neighborhoods to assess the damage. we turn to rosemary now, firefighters throughout the state have been dealing with
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heat, winds and in terms of today i'm curious if we're seeing that slight cool down that's so minor. >> inland areas still very warm and dry. the on shore breeze is stronger and the marine layer has thickened up a bit. we are on our way to a cool down. it's going to take a few days before inland communities notice and i'll detail that in the extended forecast. a live look across the bay this morning, waking up with partly cloudy skies and fog along the coastline this morning and the on shore breeze stronger. here's a look at storm tracker two. you can see where the cover is. down through areas of pacifica and half moon bay. santa cruz, off to a mostly clear start. the east bay shore, a few little clouds there reported as well. saw some early this morning coming into work. this is going to remain the for today. partly cloudy at the coast and mostly clear inland. a fairfield on shore breeze
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about 23 miles per hour. stronger than yesterday morning. you may be feeling that. 63 degrees in concord. 57 to start your morning in oakland as well as in the city of san francisco and north bay. 57 to start the day in napa. a tad cooler this morning than br we were at this time. here's a look at the forecast for santa rosa, well into the 60s as we roll into 10:00. by lunchtime, low 80s in the forecast topping out in the low 90s. we'll hold here for the second part of the afternoon and as we get closer to sunset right about 8:30 rngs temperatures still in the 70s so going to be a beautiful day for you there. 84 the afternoon high expected for san rafael. 77 in hayward, 96 for antioch and a tad cooler than yesterday. 69 in san francisco, 64 for pacifica. our south bay locations for today, 86 expected for san jose
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and 93 for morgan hill. nice nice beach day there. here's a lack at your extended forecast. notice temperatures continuing to fall off but it's a gradual minor change from day-to-day. by wednesday or thursday our inland areas now in the low 90s. mid to upper 70s around the bay and low 60s expected at the coast. eventually they will begin to fill up. the day-to-day transition is going to be very subtle. >> looking at those fubs it looks stable. >> pretty much, yeah. >> thanks rosemary. coming up, targeting people misusing disabled parking cars. still ahead, the dmv crack down underway. the important announcement coming tonight that will honor giants and a's players for their successes.
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the oakland a's go for their 50th win of the season. they were down three to nothing against cleveland then the a's won it. they added another run to win 6- 3. this morning the giants are a game above 500 after losing to the st. louis cardinals, 3- 2. they welcomed back their pitcher who has been out with infla maegs in the shoulder.
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-- -- inflammation in the shoulder. brandon belt drove in two runs and the other giants couldn't get a clutch hit. they lose to the cardinals, 3- 2. the roster for the upcoming major league all-star game will be announced. brandon crawford is leading in shortstops and he's expectd to start the game. buster poe si in a tight race at catcher. closer black trying is a good bet to make the american league team. other possibilities include infielders jed lowry and matt olsen. you can watch the all-star game tuesday july 17th and coverage begins at 430 tim tum in the afternoon. a critically claimed film is gaining praise from hollywood. . >> i'm talk about will smith's wife. >> hey mr. kramer. >> the film "sorry to bother
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you" stars legendary bay actor danny glovr. it's a dark comedy set in an alternate version of oakland. the film opened in limited release friday yet made 275 $275,000 and is on pace to gross $700,000 this weekend. its a great beginning for the film and boots riley. the director won best original scream play. . but the queen b of the box offense this weekend is ant man and the wasp. the latest marvel film expected to earn around $85 million which is on the top end of projections. it fared better than the original ant man. it went on to gross half a billion dollar worldwide.
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your time is 7:25 a new round of gun violence in oakland overnight the police investigations of two separate shootings. a dramatic rescue is taking place in thailand as the first boys from the stranded soccer team make it out of the flooded cave. what's next for the boys. i, i think i'm as ready as i can be.
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good sunday morning. blue skies as we take a look at the golden gate bridge. warm in some parts. welcome back to mornings on two, i'm maur een naylor. rosemary is here to tell us about the slight cool down. >> not a lot of change today. the marine layer is thicker. the on shore breeze stronger and temperatures coming down slightly for most of us today and that's continuing into the business week. there's a look at sfo right now, 57 degrees as well as oakland, good morning to you at 50. santa rosa, low 60s to start your day and liver mor as well as san jose. you might be feeling it this
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morning, a lot of 4's. we have concord down by four and into san jose as well as mountain view. as we get in the second part of the day, partly cloudy and mostly clear at the coast and a lot of sunshine expected inside the bay. waking up from fog there. it stretches towards maybe right about ocean beach and down through pacifica and half moon bay. nice warm day coming your way with mostly clear skies. here's a look at the future cast model. it backs away and returns to the coast. mild conditions with that on shore breeze, that sea breeze not going away completely but it will be generally light. 64 in pacifica for the afternoon today. 69 in san francisco. mid 70s in oakland and hayward along the peninsula, 80s for redwood city and san mateo and temperatures back into the 90s. not quite as hot as yesterday. still warm. 95 for livermore.
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temperatures continuing to trend downward, a look at the extended forecast coming up. a dramatic rescue underway in thailand where four boys have been taken out of a flooded cave. the rest of the youth soccer team and their coach are still inside. the official heading the rescue saying the operation is going better than expected. lee martinez has been following the latest developments this morning and joins us in the last room. they're taking out the healthiest boys first so it stands to reason the most difficult part is still to come. >> that's one of the reports we have been hearing but nothing like this has ever been attempted before. the perilous rescue through narrowing and partially flooded tunnels. just before 5:30 this morning the first boys emerged from the kafs. two ambulances and one helicopter were seen taking off afterwards. sunday morning in thailand authorities say they made the decision to rescue the boys now
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because oxygen levels dropped inside the cave and the threat of monsoon rains are coming. 13 foreign divers and five thai navy seals entered the complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. two divers escorted each kid out of the cave. it took five hours for the divers to reach the boys and reach the underwater kaf. the boys who reportedly don't know how to swim had to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the cave. >> we tried to rest but we did not rest until they're on land. >> the soccer coach has been trapped for 15 days. they walked in to explore the cave after a soccer match on june 23rd. the boys and their 25-year old coach became stranded on a ledge two miles inside when monsoon flooding cut off their escape. it took rescuers nine days to find them. they were first able to deliver
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the boys protein and drinks to help them regain strength. monsoon rains flooded the narrow passage leading out of the cave. a thai navy seal died on friday trying to leave the cave after delivering oxygen tanks the boys. the boys are run out of time with monsoon rains on the way. once outside of the kaf medical teams wait to check the boy's breathing, signs of hypothermia and cave disease which is a bacterial infection. they are quickly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire flood is reserved for the boys. we do not know the condition of the boys who made it out. the boys coach will be the last to leave the cave. the total mission could take several days. . >> definite lu a complicated mission and a lot of people hoping for the best. new this morning, oakland police are investigating three separate shootings that happened skwlus a few hours apart in east oakland. the latest shooting happened
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around 1:30 this morning on 89th avenue near international boulevard. one person shot and injured. just a few hours earlier police tweeted this photo from the scene of the first shooting. at about ten last night police say one person killed and another injured near 102nd avenue and international boulevard. just before 1:00 this morning another person shot near 98 avenue and c street. the victim in that shooting was taken to the hospital in grave condition. we don't know what led up to the shootings or if they're connected. no arrests have been made. a popular beach near the russian river has reopened after sheriff's deputies disarmed a pipe bomb. they found the device at the beach off highway 116 in sonoma county. deputies found the device around 11:00 yesterday morning and evacuated the beach. the republican luck was allowed to return an hour and a half later. authorities aren't sure who put the pipes on there or why. a u.s. service member and
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two others injured in what's being described as an insider attack. the military did not release details. the wounded service members are in stable condition and currently being treated thchlt is the third american military death in afghanistan this year. an insider attack means it was carried out by a member of the afghan security frss. we may have a clue into who president trump plans to nominate. or ren hatch wrote an editorial and repeatedly used the word "her" in writing about the president's choice. there's only one woman judge amy barrett. a look at the top candidates ahead of tomorrow night's speech when he will announce his nominee. >> sources familiar with the process tell fox news the top three candidates are brett kav
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kavanauog and amy cony barrett and raymond kether. the president connected and engaged with keth ledge the best. he is an avid outdoors man and faced little opposition during his confirmation in 2008 and he hasn't ruled on blockbuster hot button cases which may help him through the process if he gets the nomination. that's not the case for amy cony barrett, the 46-year old went through a tough confirmation hearing for her current position on the 7th circuit court of appeals. she was a staun ched catholic and pressed by democratic senators on how religious issues woulden affect her decisions on abortion. susan collins have voiced similar concerns about barrett. the finally served on the court of appeals in dc.
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he investigated president clinton and outlined reports for clinton's impeachment. he's facing tough criticism for his close ties to the george w. white house where he served as assistant to the president and staff secretary. the white house is preparing a roll out for the fourth candidate, viewed as a dark house for the nomination. coming up at 9:15. we will talk to a local professor of politics who specializes in the constitution and we'll be asking him who he thinks the president's choice tomorrow night. much of the attention tomorrow, the president has an important overseas trip coming up. he'll head to bres sells on wednesday to attend the 2018 nato summit. 28 leaders will be present for the annual conference. mr. trump will review issues including how much nato members
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plan to spend on defense. the former white house national security advisor is headed to court this week. he's scheduled to appear before a federal judge on tuesday regarding his potential sentencing in the russian investigation. he pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about communications with the russian ambassador. an oakland mother is asking for the public's help in finding her killer. alice sa reports the rally was attended by oakland mayor lib by shaft. >> this is my burden, i shall carry it. >> she led a prayer circle at the intersection of 62nd street and market. where her son was shot and killed in february. he was at the bus stop and his mother heard the gunshots. >> i jumped out of my car. and i ran. and i ran to get my baby. >> loved ones organized a march and rally to keep the story alive and put pressure on police to find the killer.
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she posted signs and went door to door with flyers hoping to gather information. >> my son was supposed to be here to bury me, not me bury my son. he was a gentle giant and didn't harm anybody someone knows who killed him. >> the problem is the no snitch culture in the neighborhood. >> we need to start getting rid of that about being a snitch. and start talking about being honest. >> he says people are worried about retaliation. the group marched to morning star baptist church where they planted a tree in patrick's memory. the mayor was there and says there's a large reward for information leading to an arrest. >> if we want to change things, we need to speak out and take risks and talk about what we want for this community. >> carol is still left with so many questions, who killed her son and why?
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>> i don't want no other mother to feel the way i'm feeling. >> this is not the kind of city that we want to live in. where gun violence is accepted. it's not. this is a city that believes in its children. >> in oakland, alice sa hairing, fox ktvu news. thousands of protestors shut down a major highway in chicago demanding safe streets. the location is symbolic as some believe the expressway was built in the 1960s to segregate white and black communities. the demonstrators are calling for more resources and stricter gun laws. heart ache for a family in the east bay after a young child fell out of the 2nd story window. coming up in the next hour, the desperate response to save the toddler. later this morning, the joyful reunion of a service dog and its owner.
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0. there's a bright start to the day. good morning to you, happy sunday and a live look at mount diablo. another warm one for inland communities. tracking a cooling trend that's underway. i'll explain, coming up. the time now is 7:43 and the death toll continues to climb in sweft japan because of severe flooding. . weather officials call the storms and the subsequent flooding historic. 2 million people have been
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ordered to evacuate their home. record rainfalls is causing rivers to bust the banks. . two people dead of a house explosion in new jersey. the blast brought a two story home to the ground. breaking windows and nearby homes and its scattered debris for several blocks. some pieces were seen hanging from trees and power lines. a couple lived in the home and has been identified as the victims killed in the explosion. richmond police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who seriously injured a bicyclist. the sieks cyclist was hit before 1:00 yesterday morning near 23rd street and downer avenue. the man was found lying in the road and taken to the hospital said to be in grave condition. a surveillance camera near the scene captured a grainy image of the suspect's car described as a dark colored early 2000's crown victoria. it may have been a former security car because it had
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spotlights on it. one of the headlights they say is likely damaged. witnesses described the driver as a juvenile and say two passengers may have also been inside the car. if you have information, you're asked to contact richmond police. the dm v is targeting disabled parking fraud. from july 1st, 2017, to june of this year, 2500 people were caught in parking abuses. during the same time period in the previous year, there were 256 enforcement operations with 1600 citations issued. the biggest wildfire burning in california in yolo county is now 55% contained. the fire has burned ten structures and there's still mandatory evacuations in place for napa and yolo county. the fire has burned more than 138 square miles since then. fire officials expect to have the fire completely contained by this thursday. the irish fire burning in
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the sierra foothills southeast of sacramento now 80% contained. all orders have been lifted and all roads that had been shut down are open again this morning. the fire has burned more than a square mile and crews still in the area battling flames. time now for a check on the weather with rosemary. sounds like if you liked yesterday you will like today. >> only subtle changes in the overnight hours cooling off a bit. hopefully that will bring a cool down but not by much. even though i'm tracking a cooling trend, it's a minor one. here's a look across the bay and into san francisco waking up with mostly clear skies and hayes out there. if you look on the back side of san francisco, you can see the clouds there piled up against the coastline. that's the case through the morning hours. looking at partly cloudy skies expected for the coastline today and inland communities as well as bay side communities will be mostly sunny skies with temperatures coming down just slightly for the second part of your weekend and then into the
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first part of your business week. here's a look at what's going on as far as the temperatures now. sfo reporting 57 degrees in san francisco. 50 for santa rosa and upper 60s in oakland and 60 in livermore and san jose at 61. here's a look at where we're seeing the fog this morning. it's inside the bah, areas over maybe perhaps alameda and oakland this morning had the cloud cover. as we get into the afternoon, mostly sunny skies around the bay and inland with partly cloudy skies along the coast. if you like it warmer, areas near santa cruz going to be in the low 80s. 69 expected for san francisco this afternoon. if you're seeing the giants, 77 in hayward and upper 80s to low 90s other areas of the north bay. south bay locations 86 expected in san jose and here's a look at what you can expect for
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santa rosa. for folks going in the low 90s, not only santa rosa but perhaps near napa and sonoma and areas like concord and livermore, by lunchtime in the low 80s. we settle into the dinner hour and closer to sunset. sunset about 8:30 these days. 76 expected the afternoon highs. a few more afternoon highs expected for you here, 96 in brant. morgan hill a warm day for you there. 93 expected, here's a look at the extended forecast. temperatures are cooling off from one day to the next. notice a very minor drop as we get into wednesday and thursday time frame. even tuesday, low 90s in the forecast for inland communities, upper 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. which is really a nice forecast there. >> especially if you're on the bay and coast. stay there if you want to get some pool weather. >> i can already see the traffic to santa cruz on 17.
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by 9:00 it's nice. >> thanks rosemary. a service dog who went missing during a fourth of july party has been reunited with her family in south carolina. the 9 nine-year old dog is a service dog for her daughter who has cerebral palsy. a good samaritan found the dog in the middle of the street and posted a message on facebook. >> i was driving home and she was in the middle of the road. i was like, no we need to get her out of the road. i stopped to shoo her out of the road and she hopped in my car. i was like, oh you're scared of fireworks because they were popping. >> jocelyn has cerebral palsy and suffer frs seizures and angel looks after her and when
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something is wrong, shooe let us know. >> the family sas angel got out when they celebrated the fourth of july. they're grateful for the good samaritan that found her. >> what a beautiful dog. >> a family member's home. the fifa world cup is down to 14. still ahead, the re-saks from very excited soccer fans in england.
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0 oofrments welcome back. a former basketball player died
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following an exchange of gun fire with police in los angeles. on friday night the 27-year old barricaded himself inside a home in sherman oaks. when officers arrived he allegedly shot at them. police then returned fire. it's not clear where wl he shot himself or he was killed by officers gun fire. no police hurt in the confrontation. he played for ucla from 2009 to 2001. . the golden state warriors officially announced their mvp forward kevin durant will be back next season. team policy does not make public details about his player contracts. espn is reporting it's a two year deal worth more than $61 million total. that's let's than the nba max.
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tomorrow another one spot will be spoken for assuming he clears waivers. the warriors are interested in signing jonas jerebko. he hit on 41% of his three pointers last season and he would sign for the veteran minimum. the entire country of england is on cloud nine this morning. [ cheering and applause ] that's the very enthusiastic reaction following england's victory saturday at the world cup beating sweden. the winner goes to the finals next sunday the reaction action in croatia was just as loud. this is their best result since
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placing third in the world cup in 1998. ktvu is hosting various viewing companies. the semi finals are tuesday and wednesday at 11:00 a.m. in san francisco across the street from the ferry building. the matches will be on the big screen, there's soccer games and face painting, food trucks and admission is free. we recommend you get there early and take bart. the viewing party for the finals is next sunday the 15th at civic center plaza. today is the final day of the alameda county fair. also military appreciation day which means free admission with a valid proof of service. the southern california funky band war will help close down the band as the musical divests. you can save money by bringing a sprayer or bottled water. >> definitely sunscreen because it's hot out there. fun times. coming up, former san
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francisco mayor littley brown is head willy brown. coming up, what o fishes are saying about the rescue operations in thailand. i, i think i'm as ready as i can be.
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i'm ready. but, clearly, i'm a little nervous. there are so many expectations. like, on the sticker, "city mileage this, highway that." uh, that's a lot to live up to. but i heard no gas gets better mileage than chevron with techron. yeah, no better mileage. it's proven. so that's a confidence builder. it's proven; no gas gets better mileage than chevron with techron. care for your car. so much for my new car smell, guys.
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overlooking the oos bay hills, you can see fog out in the distance and foreground. rosemary is going to tell us about a slight cool down we're expecting thanks to the fog bank. in the meantime, welcome to mornings on two i'm allie rasmus. rosemary ri is here with your weather. first here's what's making news this morning. the first of 12 boys trapped in a flooded cave in thailand have now been rescued t. have been trapped in the cave for more than two weeks. >> the latest developments on how many have been rescued so far and the work still ahead for the international dive team conducting the rescue. a helicopter landed in the middle of a residential neighborhood last night. >> paramedics were working to help a child who fell out of a
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second story window. more on what happened there. plus, trying to track down the facts, the effort by hiss stoirns to identify the nation's first female veteran from the american revolution. more about that investigation and the historic implications. first your weather for this sunday morning. rosemary has been tracking a slight cool down, overall it's nice where you go. >> that summertime pattern remained locked in place for the next several days. a cool down, just a subtle day- to-day change and i'll show you that coming up in just a little bit. let's focus on your sunday as we talk a peek, blue skies and hayes along the coastline this morning. we will be mostly clear for today away from the coast. calling for partly cloudy skies at the coast and you can see red and along the san francisco san mateo county coastline, pacifica and half moon bay. it's mostly sunny start to the day. a little bit inside the bay. perhaps the southern edge there
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of alameda and over portions of oakland and san leandro. it's burning away and mostly sunny for the second part of the morning. the on shore breezes are stronger through fairfield. 23 miles per hour so perhaps feeling that. most of us are a few degrees cooler this morning than where we were 24 hours ago. the overnight hours we were allowed to cool off. 62 in walnut creek and napa. upper 50s to start your morning. san francisco and oakland into the south bay, 63 for you. 62 in mountain view. shifting to the inner east bay. upper 60s in antioch. mid 50s in lafayette. getting into the second part of the afternoon, another warm day just not as hot. 95 for livermore the afternoon high. 94 in concord. last weekend of the alameda county fair, it's warm. 91 in santa rosa and around the bay, mid 70s and upper 80s.
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for the city of san francisco, 69 degrees. a nice warm upcoming our way. noontime numbers low 80s and topping out in the low 90s. the extended forecast shows the cool down and i'll bring you that in just a bit oofrnlt a dramatic rescue in thailand, four boys have been taken out of a flooded cave. the rest of the youth soccer team and their coach remain inside. the first phase of the operation is over for now. lee martinez has been following the latest developments this morning and joins us in the newsroom. >> that's right, we're hearing the next rescue attempt will happen in 20-20 hours because the oxygen tanks have run out. it's a perilous rescue and the boys and their coach are weak and reportedly do not know how to swim. the authorities say the boys are running out of time as monsoon rains are coming and oxygen is running out.
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four byes safely made it out of the cave after an hours long subterranean rescue. sunday morning in thailand they made the decision to rescue the boys now because oxygen levels dropped to 15% inside the cave and the threat of rains were coming. 13 foreign divers and five thai navy seals entered the complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. two divers will egs court each kid out of the cave. it took five hours for the divers to reach the boys and it takes six hours to help them dive through the underwater cave. the boys reportedly don't know how to swim had to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the flooded cave. >> we tried to rest but we cannot rest until they're here. >> they walked into the cave while it was dra on june 23rd but caught by flooding rains. the boys ages 11-16 and their
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25-year old coach became stranded on a ledge two miles inside. the group of british rescue divers found the boys after nine days. teams of divers have sent supplies to the boys and oxygen tanks. escaping the cave proved incredibly difficult. monsoon rains flooded the cave and a thai navy seal died after delivering oxygen tanks to the boys. they were running out of time with the rains opt way so today was the day. once outside of the cave, medical teams wait to check the boy's breathing and signs of hypothermia and cave disease which is a bacterial infection. they are quickly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire floor is reserved for the boys. we don't know the condition of the boys who made it out. the boys coach is the last to leave the cave. the total mission to rescue everyone could take several days and now it's done for the night and will resume after ten
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hours. new this morning, a young child in antioch was air liftd to the hospital after falling out of a second story window. it happened at 7:30 last night at a home on bridle way. we don't know the child's condition this morning. we called police for more information and still waiting to hear back. a san jose man in jail this morning after being accused of luring a 16-year old boy into a van and sexually assaulting him. he's facing felony charges including assault with intent to commit rape and kidnapping. he saw the boy walking on cunningham way and asked him for help. the boy thought he was a woman so he walked over to the van where he was pulled in and assaulted. the boy managed to escape and called police. officers searched the area and were led to his home where he was arrested. >> i usually don't let my kids out. they're always with me. so i have nieces and nephews
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that age and they're out and about alone and it's scary. >> police say he has a previous conviction for sexual battery and also failed to properly register as a sex offender. he's currently being held without bail. investigators in fremont say the man they're looking for who has been exposing himself to people has been linked to more incidents. three encounters are connected to the person in this sketch. each time the man trays to engage the victim while performing a lewd act. a key piece of evidence is a tattoo that shows a feather hanging from a ring. call fremont police if you can help identify the person in this sketch. sheriffs deputies arrested a woman on suspicious of setting two fires in san mateo county. the 35-year old set the first fire at half moon bay and again at the same place last tuesday. the fires damaged 1600 bails of hey worth more than $19,000.
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berlin was arrested yesterday after a short chase with sheriff's deputies. >> we're learning new details about a fire at a restaurant in santa clara ra. the fire started around 1:00 yesterday morning on stevens creek boulevard at the site of a once popular italian restaurant. the new building was under new ownership and set to become a new chinese food restaurant. the owners were waiting on a permit to open. no other buildings burned. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the biggest wild fear in california now continues to grow but much more slowly. the county fire burning in yolo county grew 100 acres overnight and now covered more than 138 138 square miles. crews gained more control with containment up 2% to 57%. we are still waiting for the latest numbers from the holiday fire burning in santa barbara county. the numbers cal fire gave us last night are 80% containment
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and 100 acres burned. many of the people evacuated are being allowed to return home. for some it's a welcome relief to see their home still standing. and they tell us they felt a sense of panic when they received the evacuation order. >> i ended up tearing up our bedroom like you wouldn't believe because the cat was under the bed. it was like, an ash hurricane. it was crazy. >> many others are still being forced to wait and wonder what they will see when they go back home. they're hoping cooler temperatures today will help firefighters gain more containment of the flames. the fire burning near the oregon state line is still growing. the fire started thursday and has expanded to more than 47 47 square miles so far up 13 13 square miles overnight. crews have it 25% contained up from 20% last night. public health officials will decide next week when to
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open the camp near yosemite following an outbreak of a stomach virus. we told you about the popular camp being shut down after 27 campers and staff members got sick. health officials decided the best way to stop the virus was to shut down the camp temporarily. county health officials will decide on wednesday whether the camp will be reopened next weekend as planned. campers with reservations will get refunds and also their first choice of reservations for the camp site next year. former san francisco mayor willy brown is refusing to comment on a lawsuit. the former mayor had a political relationship with joe o donohue. he is accusing brown of misusing 50 $50,000 intepided for the mayoral election campaign. the website reports he agreed to give brown a check for 50 $50,000 that was supposed to help reid once the campaign organization was set up. brown says he gave the money to
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a charity that helped the voter turn out efforts instead. he wanted to win by a large margin making it easier to win re-election in 2019 and voter turn out efforts were a poor return for her money. religious groups came together in support of migrants seeking asylum. the vigil was held saturday in front of the west county detention facility where the husband has been held for ten months. the family says back in their nba vif russia the husband balm the target of a prosecution because he refused to give false testimony. he fled the country with his family and has since been in the u.s. with a valid visa. >> he's an honest man. he's done nothing wrong here. he's done nothing wrong in any other country. he's been here for three years before he was detained. he established the community his family says he was picking up his decision in san
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francisco when he was arrested. it reportedly came after russia issued an international arrest warrant called a red notice according to the department of justice, it's not sufficient reasons for an arrest. time now is 8:10. a woman is asking for help to find her son's killer. the march and rally still ahead through the streets of oakland and the powerful political figure lending her support. the weekend following independence day, more on the historic search underway to find the nation's first female veteran.
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good morning, along the coastline clouds floating in. tracking a slight cool down for your bay area sunday with the extended forecast cooling as well. i'll have a look at that coming up. for many americans the fourth of july holiday is a tame to remember the heroes that helped us fight for independence but little is known about the first woman honored in the conflict. >> the woman is known as molly pitcher but her real name was margaret core bin. what's known about her and how the search for her continues. >> wounded warrior, prisoner of
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war, disabled veteran. and an inspiration to serve. >> jennifer minus is talking about her hero, mardi gras great -- -- margaret corebin one of the first women to fight in the american revolution. >> they are not just a story or folk lore. she was a real woman who lived, fought and was recognized by name in congressional acts and war department corespondents up to 1790. >> her heroic story started on november november 16th, 1776, when she took over her husband's can unanimous of he was killed in upper manhattan. from across the hudson river general george washington watched as 3,000 americans battled 9,000 british and he is troops. many were wounded including c
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corbin leaving her disabled for the rest of her life. on july 6th, 1779, she was nicknamed captain molly and awarded a life long army pension. >> making her the first woman veteran of the united states. >> she died in 1800 and was buried in an unmarked grave. in 1926 the daughters of the american revolution pinpointed what the group believed was her grave a few miles south of west point. the remains were taken to west point and buried underneath a monument depicting corbin. in 2016 a shocking discovery was made of those remains and a forensic exam proved it was not her, rather an unidentified man from the 19th century. now the hunt is on to find this american hero. >> margaret corbin is a veteran
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of the united states and she deserves to have the burial that she earned with her military service in the battle of fort washington. >> most would agree, especially her descendants. >> i brought my copy of the story. this is the details. >> jonathan corbin has spent his entire life tracing the 31 ancestors that fought in the american revolution. >> my father told us about molly and would read the story to us as he loved to do. i asked my teacher, how come molly corbin is not in the textbook? she was the real hero and she didn't know the answer and i hope that that changes because we need to give fuller recognition to what women have done. >> her monument was erected at west .50 years before the first
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female cadets. for decades she's served as a model of sacrifice for women in the u.s. military. a mother and a former west point instructor, corbin is a source of inspiration. >> some mornings we're not that great with two toddler children and very difficult and worried about them but thinking also about what i needed to do the rest of the day in order to lead and inspire cadets. i would come out that door right there and see her monument and i would think if she can do what she did after watching her husband die in front of her, i can do whatever i needed to do that day with no problem. ♪ [ music ] ♪ . time now is 8:17 and we're going to switch gears and send it over to rosemary talking about this nice weather pattern woer in the middle of. >> yeah, very summary.
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if you like it warm, inland is the place to be. mild around the bay, very enjoyable. along the coast it's cool depending on which coast area you are on. areas like the pacifica and half moon bay in the 60s and santa cruz in the low 80s and a live look at san jose, a nice warm day coming your way. not as hot as yesterday. the on shore breeze is stronger. the low cloud cover a little bit more widespread has made it inside the bay expected to burn off. mostly sunny skies for bay side communities. high pressure to the south and the low pressure the the north and just that on shore breeze right along the coastline. if you're seeing the giants play today, upper 60s in the forecast for san francisco. a gorgeous day and inland communities into the 90s. mid 90s for most. yesterday it was mid to upper 90s to we're bringing temperatures down just slightly.
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the future cast shows you the cloud cover. into the afternoon it wants to pull away. partly cloudy skies for the coast, mostly clear elsewhere and a check on your temperatures this hour, 63 degrees in walnut creek as well as livermore. in the north bay, 64. upper 50s in san francisco, half moon bay and low 60s around the bay. 64 in redwood city and 62 in mountain view. along the peninsula, good morning san mateo at 63. belmont and foster city also in the low 60s and as we do one more shift, we have 62 degrees in sar toga. i do want to point out loss gatos, 78 degrees. this is 2,000 feet up in the hills so our hills still very warm, still very dry. here's a look at the afternoon, highs expected the today, low 90s and 69 san francisco. mid 70s for oakland. low 90s in around concord.
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into livermore, mid 90s for you there. 86 in san jose. 90 degrees in loss ga tos. there's your cooling trend, temperatures will be dropping off ever so slightly as we get into monday, tuesday and wednesday. hopefully you like this type of weather pattern because it's not going to change over the next few days. >> just stuck in the 90s. >> that temperature difference you pointed out, it's a reminder of fire danger always a concern. dry and hot in the hills. >> take it easy. well, targeting people misusing pashthing placards. hollywood is giving a thumbs up to a new film set in oakland. the high praise for the bay area director of the new movie, sorry to bother you. i, i think i'm as ready as i can be.
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i'm ready. but, clearly, i'm a little nervous. there are so many expectations. like, on the sticker, "city mileage this, highway that." uh, that's a lot to live up to. but i heard no gas gets better mileage than chevron with techron. yeah, no better mileage. it's proven. so that's a confidence builder. it's proven; no gas gets better mileage than chevron with techron. care for your car. so much for my new car smell, guys.
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welcome back. a film is gaining praise from hollywood. >> you want to make some money? here's your white boys the film sorry to bother you stars actor stanfield and danny glovr. the movie is a dark comedy set in an alternate present day version. it follows a tell marketer when he adopts a white voice. the film opened in limited release on friday but made 275 $275,000 on pace to grow $700,000 this weekend. analysts say it's a great beginning for the film and its director.
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the director who won an oscar for best original screen play tweeted riley is a "one of a kind unique voice". ". >> but the queen b of the box office this weekend is ant man and the wasp. the latest marvel film expected to earn around $85 million which is on the top end of projections. the movie fared better than the ant man film. it went on to gross half a billion dollar worldwide. the start of cherry harvest season in sweft michigan is underway with the cherry pit spitting conversation. people from aaround the world head to eau claire to see who the spit a pit the furtherest. rick cross won with 42 feet. >> every year we come back. my wife is a world champion eight times.
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we actually got married on this court here in 1996. >> so it's a family affair. he's won the title a total of 18 times with his record being 72 feet. he says now his kids and grand kids are in on the action and his son is at the current record of of 95 feet. there's another competition in wisconsin, it's log rolling. this is the 18th annual event in lacrosse. you need quick feet and a good sense of balance to do well. there were 50 competitors at yesterday's event including a five year old boy and a woman turned pro. who knew. >> very cool. that's impressive. i bet it's a good work out oorjts the world cup is down to four teams. the reaction from excited soccer fans in england. a dramatic rescue underway in thailand, the four boys make the hours long journey out of the kaf. more on the the escape as
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authorities race to save the others before monsoon rains arrive.
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good morning, a beautiful live picture of the bay bridge. you can see the white in the right hand side. the fog out there, rosemary has been telling us it's burning off and another nice day here. welcome to mornings on two, it's sunday july 8th. rosemary is here, we will check in with her in just a minute. let's go to her now, rosemary, we have been talking about the heat and it's sticking around. still july and still summer. >> yes, we are looking at
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temperatures well into the 90s for inland cities. 60s at the coast. depending on how you like the weather, take your pick. temperatures are just a little bit cooler today. in fact, outside our doors now, a little cooler in most areas. here's a look at sfo where folks are already on the go. we have san francisco checking in at 57. santa rosa at 56. low 60s in livermore and san jose. that allowed us to cool off. fairfield and san jose down by 5:00 this morning. around the bay cooler. oakland and mountain view. so you may be feeling that a bit as we get into the afternoon, temperatures warming up for inland cityings. there's the fog along the coast. looks like it's thinning out some. point reyes.
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starting out with mostly sunny skies, the future cast model showing it's expected to pull back. partly cloudy, mostly clear at the coast. temperatures look like this, 64 for pacifica. upper 60s in and around the bay. 77 in hayward. 82 in fremont, for inland locations 95 in livermore and in the north bay, 89 expected for napa. temperatures continuing to trend downward into the business week. a look at those numbers for you, coming up. thanks rosemary, a dramatic rescue in thailand, four boys have been taken out of a flooded cave. the rest of the youth soccer team and their coach remain inside. officials say the first phase of the operation is over for now and just a few hours ago president trump tweeted about the rescue saying the u.s. is working closely with the government of thailand to help get the children out of the cave to safety. we want to check with lee
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martinez following the latest developments this morning and joins us in the newsroom. good morning, we're hearing the next rescue attempts will happen in 10-20 hours because the oxygen tanks have run out. the boys and their coach are weak and they reportedly do not know how to swim. authorities say the boys were running out of time as monsoon rains were coming and oxygen was running out. four boys safely made it out of the cave after an hours long rescue. we don't know the condition of the boys. authorities say they made the decision to rescue the boys now because oxygen levels dropped to 15% in the cave and the threat of monsoon rains were coming. 13 foreign divers and thai navy seals entered the cave complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. two divers will score each kid out of the cave. it took five howevers for divers to reach the boys and it will take six hours to help
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them dive through the caves. the boys had to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the flooded cave. >> we tried to rest but we cannot rest until they're safe. >> t12 boys and their soccer coach has been trapped in the cave for two weeks. the boys ages 11-16 and their 25-year old coach became stranded on a ledge more than two miles inpseudo. a group of british rescue divers found the boys after nine days. teams of divers have sent supplies to the boys, protein drinks and sox general tanks. escaping the cave proved difficult. the narrow passage was flooded, a thai navy seal died friday trying to leave the cave after delivering oxygen tanks to the boys. authorities say the boys were running out of time with the monsoon rains on the way so today was the day.
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once outside the cave, medical teams wait to check the boys broething, signs of hypothermia and a cave disease. they are quickly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire floor is reserved for the boys. >> we heard the boys coach will be the last to leave the cave. the total mission to rescue everyone could take several days. it's now done for the night and will resume after ten hours. new this morning, oakland police are investigating three separate shootings that happened just a few hours apart in east oakland. the latest shooting happened around 1:30 this morning. police say at least one person was shot and injured in that incident. hours before that, police tweeted this photo from the scene of the earlier shooting. that incident hatched at 10:00 last night. one person was killed and another injured near 102nd avenue and international boulevard. just before 1:00 this morning, another person shot near 98th avenue and c street in oakland. the victim in that shooting was
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taken to the hospital in grave condition. we don't know what led up to the shooting or whether or not they are connected. so far no arrests have been made. a popular beach near the russian river has reopened after sheriff deputies disarmed a pipe bomb. they found the device just off highway 116 in sonoma county. deputies found the device around 11 yesterday morning and evacuated the beach. the public was allowed to return an hour and a half later. at this time authorities aren't sure who put the pipe bomb there or why. in afghanistan a u.s. service member killed and two others injured in what's being described as an insider attack. they did not release many details. officials say the wounded service members are in stable condition and currently being treated. this is the third american military death in afghanistan this year. an insider attack means it was carried out by a member of the afghan security forces. we may have a clue about
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the person president trump plans to nominate. utah senator wrote an editorial and repeatedly used the pronoun "her" when writing about the president's choice. on the list of possible nominees there's only one woman, judge amy cony barrett serving on the seventh district court. she faced tough questions from california senator dianne feinstein about her catholic beliefs would affect her rulings on issues like abortion. . president trump has a busy week ahead while much of the attention on her his supreme court announcement, he also heads to brussels on wednesday to attend the 2018 nato summit. 28 leaders will attend the annual conference. mr. trump will review issues including how much nato members plan to spend on defense.
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mike pompeo met with the foreign ministers in japan after his meeting with north korea officials. he says north korea remains committed to denuclearization. he has not yet responded to the auns noment made by north korea calling the talks "regrettable" and say the u.s. demands are "gangster style" the state department says next week the u.s. and north korea will meet to discuss returning the remains of the u.s. service members from the korean war. the former white house national security advisor heading to court this week scheduled to appear before a federal judge on tuesday regarding his sentencing in the russian investigation. he pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi. an oakland mother is asking for the public's health in finding her son's killer.
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her son was shot and killed in february. jones says yesterday's event was organize niedzed to put pressure on police to find her son's killer and encourage possible witnesses to come forward. the mayor lib by shaft was also there. >> if we want to change things, we need to speak out and take risks and talk about what we want for this community. >> i'm going to push until i have justice for my son. i wouldn't wish this on no other mother in the world -- to feel this pain i'm feeling because it's undescribable. sleepless nights. >> there's a large reward for information that leads to an arrest. as we brought you live here yesterday morning, thousands of protestors shut down a major highway in chicago demanding safe streets. the location is symbolic of the dan ryan expressway built in the 1960s to segregate white
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and black communities. >> what just happened is the people in chicago just won today. black, white and brown people came together just down a major artery. >> they want to help me with this violence and i'm all for it. at the end of the day, we all have an obligation. >> there's been 1100 shootings in chicago since january. a former basketball player for ucla and the sacramento kings has died following an ex exchange of gun fire in los angeles. tyler honey cut barricaded himself inside a home. when officers aryed he shot at them and police then returned fire. it's not clear whether he shot himself or if he was killed by officers. no police were hurt in the confrontation. honey cut played in ucla and spent two seasons with the sacramento kings. time is 8:38 soccer fans in
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england on cloud nine this morning. [ cheering and applause ] the reaction from london following england's victory saturday at the fifa world cup. ek land beat sweden 2-0 and facing croatia on wednesday. that's the reaction in croatia, just as loud when they won their match against russia. this is their best result since placing third in the world cup in 1998. you can watch the semi finals with us on tuesday and wednesday at san francisco's park across the street from the ferry building. there's soccer games, a rock wall, face painting and food trucks and we want to note admission is free. >> that's always a plus.
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time now is 8:39. the record rainfall and flooding japan is dealing with and concerns of casualties rising. a young child fell out of a second story window. coming up in the next hour, more on the desperate response to save the toddler.
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a live look across san francisco, low clouds up against the coastline. mostly clear elsewhere and temperatures cooling off as we get into your afternoon. details coming up. the death toll continues to climb in sweft japan because of severe flooding. the government says more than 60 people have died and dozens of others still missing. weather officials called the storms historic. two million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes. record rainfalls causing rivers to burst their banks in areas including hiroshima. a house explosion in new jersey. the blast brought a two story house to the ground. initial reports say it was a gas explosion breaking windows in nearby homes and scattering
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debris for blocks. some pieces seen hanging from trees and power lines. a couple in their 70s lived in their homes and have been identified as the victims killed in the explosion. a hit-and-run driver who seriously injured a bicyclist who was struck just before 1:00 yesterday morning near 23rd street. the man found lying in the road and taken to the hospital in grave condition. police say a surveillance camera near the scene captured a grainy image of the suspect's car described as a dark colored early 2000 ford crown victoria. it may have been a former police or security vehicle because it had police style spotlights on it. one of the headlights is likely damaged. witnesses described the driver as a juvenile and say two passengers may have also been in the car. if you have information, give richmond police a call. the dmv is targeting disabled parking fraud. from july 1st, 2017, to june of this year, almost 2500 people were caught in an aggressive
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crack down on disabled parking placard abuses. there were 256 enforcement operations throughout the state with 1600 citations issued. the biggest wildfire burning nar yolo and napa counties is 57% contained, an increase of 2% overnight. the fires burned ten structures and still mandatory evacuations in place in those counties. the fire started nine days ago and has burned more than 138 138 square miles since then. fire officials expect to have the fire completely encircled by this thursday. the irish fire burning southeast of sacramento is now 95% contained. all evacuation orders have been lifted and all roads have been shut down again reopening this morning. the fire has burned more than a square mile and fire crews still in the area battling flames in the less populated areas. the weather of course is something we always keep an eye on when it comes to covering
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fire danger. it's still hot out there, especially in the inland areas. >> yeah, inland areas and hills are warm and dry. the winds will be on shore along the coastline and inside the bay. just a little bit of cooling expected for today. inland cities back into the 90s for the second part. we're looking at a cool down but it's a very minor gradual one. i'll explain that in the extended forecast. for the time being, it's feeling more of the same. steady pattern in place, 60s at the coast and 70s and 80s around the bay. our inland communities, a lot of mid 90s for today. here's a look at fog out there this morning at pacifica and ocean beach areas south maybe there on the edge. mostly cloudy at this hour. santa cruz starting out mostly clear. there's the on shore breeze there. fairfield reporting 17 miles per hour. little bit stronger than yesterday morning but not by
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much. a little bit earlier it was closer to 25 miles per hour. 59 in oakland and 57 in san francisco and half moon bay. 66 in walnut creek. 63 in livermore. we started out cooler this morning. good clearing in the overnight hours and air is drier, got rid of the tropical moisture finally. 70 degrees in pittsburgh and as we get into the second half of the day, this is what we're expecting. 84 for san rafael. 90 degrees for novato. 96 expected for antioch today. head west if you like it mild or cool. the giants playing at at&t park, a great day there. 86 in san jose. low 80s in santa cruz. here's a look at your extended forecast. there's that cool down we're talking about. just a tad cooler tomorrow, a tad cooler the next day, temperatures continue to fall by about wednesday and thursday, you might look back
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and say it feels different. from day-to-day, it's just going to be really subtle. >> you can just insert your weather from yesterday. >> yeah, i can go home. >> a light sweater near the coast. it's nice. a reunion you don't want to miss. the happy moments a family was reunited with their service dog and what caused the faithful companion to disappear in the first place. one of president trump's most pofrnt decisions, coming up, a preview of tomorrow's supreme court announcement. an expert in studio with us to talk about the possible frontrunners.
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♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪
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good morning, welcome back. public health officials will decide next week when to open the camp near yosemite following an outbreak of the stomach virus. we told you about the popular camp being shut down after 27 campers and staff got sick.
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health officials decided to shut down the catch to stop the virus and fully sanitize it. county health officials will decide on wednesday whether the camp will reopen by next weekend as planned. campers with reservations will get refunds and their first choice of reservations for next year. if you're tired of telemarketers blowing up your phone and you wish you could turn the table on the spammers, we talk a look at an app that aims to do just that. >> hello, i'm calling from the health insurance enrollment cent center. >> the calls seem never ending. >> at least five times a week. >> and they are very annoying. >> they are a waste of breath. >> some of them are like hey, something is wrong with your computer. >> just a waste of time. . >> reporter: nobody likes the dreaded robo calls. >> it gets annoying because it's not like it's really important to talk to them.
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>> reporter: there were roughly 3 (000) 000-0000 robo calls placed last year. that's a thousand calls every second. many of them look like legitimate numbers sharing your same area code. but najen if you could get revenge on the sneaky sfamers. now you can. >> last month we wasted more than 50,000 hours of spammers time. >> the robo killer app blocks the calls and goes a step further using recorded boats to annoy the annoyers. -- -- recorded bots. . >> how the tables have turned. >> we think that's really important to steal their time. it's time they can't use to scam anybody. they're taking time and money and identities from people every day. we think people should be able to get back at them for that. >> robo killer costs 2 dollar
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$2.50 a month and available on iphone and an troid. in tampa, josh casey, fox news. a dog that went missing during a fourth of july party has been reunited in south carolina. so excited there. a nine year old dog named angel is a service dog for tracy's daughter who has cerebral palsy. they say she could never be replaced. a good samaritan found the dog in the middle of the street . >> i was driving home and she was in the middle of the road. i was like no, we need to get her out. i stopped and got her out of the road but then she hopped in my car. she was scared of fireworks popping. >> jocelyn has cerebral palsy and she suffered from as pir
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ration and seizures and angel looks after her and when something is wrong with jocelyn, she lets us know. >> angel the dog got out when the family left to celebrate the fourth of july. they're grateful for the good samaritan who found her. the oakland a's go for their fifth win of the season. they were down 3-0 in the game -- -- their 50th win of the season. they added another run to win 6- 3. the morning the giants are a game above 500 after losing to the st. louis cardinals, 3- 2. they did welcome back jeff sinatra. the giants defense continues to struggle while brandon belt drove in two runs and the other giants couldn't get a clutch hit. they lose to the cardinals, 3-
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2. tonight the rosters for the upcoming major league all-star game will be announced. brandon crawford is leading the fan voting among national league shortstops and he's expected to start the game. buster poe si in a tight race at catcher. no a's player until the starting line up but the closer is a good bet to make the american league team. other possibilities include infielders jed lowry and matt olsen. you can watch the all-star game right here on tuesday july 17th. our ko raj begins at 4:30 in the afternoon. the golden state warriors announced their mvp forward kevin durant will be back next season. he signed a new contract yesterday but team policy does not make public the details of the player contracts. espn is reporting a two year deal worth more than $61 million total. that's less than the max. the warriors say they would offer durant whatever he wanted to stay with golden state.
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only a few spots re-melania on the warriors roster for next season. tomorrow another spot could be spoken for. the warriors are interested in signing jonas released by the utah jazz yesterday. he's a 31-year old power toward who hit 31% of the free pointers last season. he would sign up for the veteran minimum. musicians and community members got out in the sun saturday for the taste of oakland event at jacqueline and square. the monthly festival features dancing and local foods, craft and fitness classes. they will host the event on the first saturday of each month until september. proceeds from the festival benefit youth aid nonprofit providing free music and business classes to kids in oakland. popular fast food chain is offering free food this coming tuesday. it's the annual cal appreciation day at chick-fil- a. that means customers can
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get a free an tray. that's a catch, as part of the cow appreciation day, they receive a an tray if they dress up in cow attire. it celebrates the anniversary of eat more chicken campaign. we're following that developing news out of thailand where several boys trapped in a cave for weeks have now been rescued. coming up, what o firs officials are saying about the rescue effort. shock and outrage after the sexual assault of a teenager boy. we'll have the very latest.
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this is 'mornings on 2' . >> good morning. as we take a live look, we have seen some fog moving out. rosemary says today is a lot like yesterday. >> a nice summer pattern. >> good morning. rosemary is here and she is going to have the weather but first here's a look at what is making news. we are following breaking news out of thailand. four out of 12 soccer players have been taken out of the cave
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where they have been trapped. >> coming up, we will have details on this and the reason why divers chose today. we may have a hint at whom president trump plans to nominate for the next supreme court justice. >> the clue that orrin hatch may have given. plus it is a film with the bay area as the backdrop. >> it has been getting praise but first here is a check for the weather. hello, rosemary. >> hello. another great day out there. temperatures are coming down slightly for today. oakland right now, 63 degrees. san francisco, 57 degrees. livermore and san jose in the 60s.
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temperatures are feeling quite nice. here's a look at the 24 hour temperature change. we are down by a few degrees this morning. a clear sky and drier air in place and temperatures fell a bit more from yesterday. and then as a get into the afternoon, we'll follow suit with a few degrees of cooling. you can see it covered in clouds over there. mostly clear over ocean beast and santa cruz. -- beach and santa cruz. low 80s. low 90s in the forecast for the second part of the afternoon. if you're going to the fair, today is the last day of that. was in 10 expected to be in the low 90s. mid 70s for oakland. 69 for san francisco.
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temperatures will mac continue to follow. i have the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you. a rescue in thailand. at least four boys have been taken out of the flooded cave. the rest of the team and the coach remain inside. so far, the first phase is over for now and things went pretty well. we have the latest on the rescue and the dangers that still remain. >> reporter: yes, we are hearing that the next rescue attempt will happen in 10 to 20 hours. all of the oxygen tanks have ran out. it is a perilous rescue. the boys are weak and reportedly do not know how to swim but authorities say the boys were running out of time as rains were coming and oxygen was running up. four boys made it out of the cave after a rescue. we do not know the condition of these boys. sunday morning, authorities said they made the decision to rescue the boys now because auctioning -- oxygen levels dropped inside the cave.
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13 divers and five navy seals entered the cave complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. two divers will escort each kid out of the cave. it took five hours for divers to reach the boys and it takes six hours to help them time through the cave. the boys had to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the cave. >> we try to wait but we cannot wait any longer. >> reporter: the 12 boys in the coach have been trapped for nearly 2 weeks. they walked into the cave while it was dry on june 23 but they were caught by sudden rains. the boys and their coach became stranded on a ledge more than two miles inside. a group of divers found the boys after nine days. teams have delivered protein and drinks and oxygen tanks to the boys but escaping the cave
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proved difficult. the very narrow passage was flooded. and navy seal died friday trying to leave the cave after delivering oxygen tanks. authorities say the boys are running out of time with monsoon rains on the way. today was the day. medical teams waited to check the boys. they are then quickly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire floor is reserved for the boys. we are told the coach will be the last to leave the cave. the total mission to rescue everyone could take several days. they are done for the night and will resume after 10 hours. leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. new this morning, a young child was lifted to the hospital after falling out of a second story window. this happened at 7:30 last night at a home on bright away. would not know the condition of the child.
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we did call police for more information and have not heard back. man is in jail after being accused of luring a boy into a van and sexually assaulting him. the 34-year-old is facing felony charges which include assault and kidnapping. on friday afternoon, please say he saw the boy walking on cunningham way and asked him for help. police say he thought the man was a woman and walked to the van where he was allegedly pulled in and assaulted. the boy eventually escaped and called police. officers searched the area and were led to the home where the man was arrested. >> i don't usually let my kids out. they are always with me. so, i have nieces and nephews that age. they are out and about alone. and it is scary. >> police say he has a previous conviction for sexual battery and failed to properly registered. investigators say the man they are looking for who has been exposing himself to people has been linked to more cases.
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three additional encounters are connected to the person in this sketch. each time the man tries to engage the victim while performing a lewd act a key piece of evidence is a tattoo amount -- around the man's bicep. call police if you can help identified the person in the sketch. sheriff's deputies have arrested a woman on suspicion of setting two fires. authorities say 39-year-old monica berlin set the first fire on tuesday, june 26. she did it again a week later at the same place. the fires damaged 1600 bales of hay worth more than $19,000. berlin was arrested yesterday after short chase with police. we are learning new details about a fire at a restaurant. >> this fire started about 1:00 yesterday morning. this was at a once popular italian restaurant called by
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the bucket. owners were waiting on a permit to open this new restaurant. no other buildings were burned. the cause is still under investigation. fire crews are holding the line on the holiday fire. that fire remains 80% contained and grew just a few acres overnight. many of the people who had been evacuated are being allowed to return home today. for some, it is a welcomed relief. many say they felt a sense of panic when they received the order to evacuate. >> i ended up tearing up the bathroom. the cat was in there. it was like a hurricane. it was crazy. >> others are still being forced to wait and wonder what they will see when they come back to the property. they are hoping that cooler temperatures today will help gain more containment of the flames. and another fire is still growing. that fire started thursday and
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is expanded to more than 3700 square miles so far. it is 25% contained now. that is up from 20% last night. cal fire is getting close to complete containment of the pawnee fire in lake fire. it is now 97% contained. all evacuations have been lifted in lake county. willie brown is refusing to comment on a lawsuit filed against him. the former mayor has had an on- again off-again relationship with joe o'donoghue. it is reported that he is accusing brown of misusing $50,000. it is reported that he agreed to give brown a check that was supposed to help once the organization was set up. brown says he gave the money to a charity that helped voter efforts. he says he wanted him to win by a large margin making it easier
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for her to winco in 2019 and he did not approve of the use of the money. a congressman has been it -- denied entry into a shelter. he was cleared to tour the shelter in pleasant hill late last month. it is reported that he was later told he could not tour that specific shelter but rather one at a different state. the congressman says he is worried the government is trying to highlight certain shelters and keep others a secret jeff denham was also denied entry into that same shelter last week. religious groups came together for vigil in support of migrants seeking asylum. this was held saturday in front of the west county detention facility. that's where husband has been held for 10 months. the family says back in their native russia the husband became the target of a prosecution because he refused to give false testimony. he fled the country with his
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family and has been in the u.s. with a valid visa. >> he is an honest man. he has done nothing wrong here. he has not done anything wrong in any other country. he has been here for 3 years before he was detained. he establish the community. >> he was picking up his decision in san francisco when he was arrested. this came after russia issued an arrest notice. the red notice alone is not sufficient reason for this arrest. coming up, a service member killed in afghanistan. the information that is coming out regarding this attack. president trump is set to announce his supreme court nominee. we are going to be talked -- joined by a top legal analyst to talk about this. that's coming up.
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welcome back on this sunday morning. there is a live look there at the beautiful golden gate bridge. temperatures are coming down just slightly today. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. reports suggest there are four front runners to become president trump's nominee for the supreme court. one of the finalists is a woman. all for our conservative and will move the court to the right. joining us is a professor.
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thank you for joining us. you are just saying in your line of work, how exciting does it get? >> this is historic. this is historic because of what it is likely to do on the balance. >> we have amy coney barrett, brett kavanaugh , and raymond kethledge. >> with president trump he goes with his gut sometimes. he has talked to everybody and has gotten a lot of input and advice. there is some division within the party among these candidates. but trump is going to probably go with his gut which makes it hard to protect -- predict. the favor -- favored. right now is brett kavanaugh. there is not a lot of diversity there. >> and you touched on a little bit about the diversity or division within the party, we have heard earlier reports that
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susan collins of maine said that she would not support a nominee who would overturn roe versus wade. that is one of the decisions that could be a factor in who gets confirmed. >> yes. and judge barrett is the one who has indicated that she is the least likely to feel obligated to follow president in upholding that. she's the one that might be the most likely to lose the support of the two pro-choice senators. that's why she may not be the person that president trump chooses. she also has the fewest years of experience on the bench. she is the youngest and has the least record in terms of judicial decisions. >> that's not the only decision that is that state potentially here. there other issues. particularly on affirmative
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action with college admissions and immigration. california is involved in a number of lawsuits with the trump administration over immigration. are there any differences between these front runners in the outcome with those? >> they are all reliably conservative. where there is going to be a lot of focus is the question of immunity from being subpoenaed. judge kavanaugh has written expensive about president trump's power and has are -- argued that he should not be subject to a subpoena. because there is ongoing investigation, the democrats are likely to be very concerned about someone whose views are those of his.
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we are going to see some sparks fly on that. >> i'm curious, you mentioned that kevin is the favorite at this point? >> he has the longest record. he was a clerk for justice anthony kennedy. he seems to be the one the establishment favors. >> how favor -- how likely do you think he would be to become the justice? >> i don't think the democrats have much of a chance of blocking. the majority is very slim. with john mccain out, they have a 50-49 majority. have to hold their senators together but there are democrats running for reelection in red states. they me be pressured to uphold the nominee. >> so any opposition would have to come from within the republic it -- republican party.
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>> this is a question of how much loyalty each party has in holding their senators together to support the position. >> professor, i think you. i'm sure we will all be watching tomorrow. >> absolutely. >> thank you for joining us. where to turn to rosemary now for a look at the weather. >> and i stay in story -- store for you. there is just a bit of fog fair. it is not going to last. it will be mostly sunny inside the bay and for the inland communities as well. remain locked in this pattern. -- we remain locked in this pattern. inland folks, 70s and 80s. the farther inland we go, we'll be back in the 90s. perhaps a few degrees cooler than yesterday. here's a look at that fog out there. pacifica, half moon bay, you are holding onto a little bit
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there. mostly clear elsewhere. the onshore breeze is a little stronger this morning. fairfield reporting 50 miles per hour. gusting to about 24 hours -- miles per hour. temperatures a little bit cooler than where we started yesterday. 72 in concord right now. 69 in walnut creek. we do have a fairly rapid warm up today. 57 for san francisco. northbay, 66 right now. a few more numbers along the peninsula there. 67 for san mateo. 69 in belmont. afternoon highs today, and nice day to be outdoors. make sure you have the sam brock and stay hydrated. napa through santa rosa, you could see the 90s. 94 in concord. 72 in berkeley. san francisco, 69 degrees. we have stern grove going on
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today. the giants are playing today. 87 in redwood city. 86 in san jose. there is a are look -- look at your extended forecast. temperatures falling off but only slightly. low 90s in the forecast tuesday, wednesday, and into thursday for inland cities. upper 60s at the coast. very pleasant. >> we know what to expect. >> thank you. hollywood is giving the thumbs-up to a new film set in all can. coming up, the praise for the director of the new film called sorry to bother you.
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♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪
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good morning. welcome back. a film involving the city of oakland is getting some praise from hollywood. >> do want to make some money? here is your white horse. >> my white horse? >> the film 'sorry to bother you' stars danny glover. it is a dark comedy set in
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oakland. it follows a telemarketer who starts making headway when he adopts a white voice. it made $275,000 in a limited release. >> it's the only chance you have. >> the top of the box weekend is antman and the was. this is expected to earn about -- wasp. this is expected to earn $89 million. the start of cherry harvest season is underway in michigan. it kicked off with a cherry spitting competition. people head to eau claire,
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michigan to see who can spit a pet the furthest. rick krause gave it a try for the first time 38 years ago. he won with a spit of 42 feet. >> every year we come back. my wife is a world champion. she has been world champion eight times. we actually got married on this court here in 1996. >> i like how he wears the helmet to detect himself. he has won the title 18 times since then with his record being 72 feet. he says his kids and grandkids are in on the action. in wisconsin, another competition. this one is logrolling. it is the 18th annual event. unique quick feet and a good sense of balance. there were 50 competitors yesterday. included a 5-year-old boy and a woman who has since turned pro. the world cup is now down
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to four teams. still ahead, the reactions from very excited soccer fans in england. a dramatic rescue is put on hold in thailand. earlier, four boys make it out of the cave. more on the rescue efforts to save the boys before monsoon rains arrive.
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that's a nice wide shot. >> that's beautiful. >> it is. welcome to 'mornings on 2'. i'm allie rasmus. >> good morning. i'm maureen naylor. rosemary is here and keeping an eye on the weather. i love that look outside. it has been beautiful. >> it is beautiful. it is a nice pattern. it is dry. it is warm. it is summer. around the bay, 70s and 80s. at the coast, a little bit of fog and the onshore breeze. because of that, pacifica and half moon bay is back in the 60s today. here's a look at the conditions. south bay, 67 degrees. livermore, upper 60s. oakland reporting at 63. santa rosa at 62. we are down by about 8 degrees in fairfield. the onshore breeze is a little bit stronger this morning. down by 5 in livermore. a lot of cooling off overnight.
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that fog is beginning to go way. we do have mostly clear skies now over half moon bay and pacifica. partly cloudy for the coast today. mostly sunny elsewhere. here's a look at the afternoon highs over santa rosa. low 90s for today. 83 diggings -- degrees for lunch hour. then we'll heated up. sunset at about 8:30 or 8:30 five tonight. it is going to be gorgeous. -- 8:35. it is going to be gorgeous. 94 in concorde. 77 in hayward. 69 in san francisco. 87 along the peninsula. 86 for san jose. the continues -- this continues to fall off into the work week.
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thank you. four of 12 boys from the soccer team have been taken out of the flooded cave. the rest of them and the coach remain inside. in the last two hours, the first phase is said to have gone better than expected. leigh martinez has more. by no means is the danger over. >> reporter: absently not. officials were pleasantly surprised today. we are hearing that the next rescue attempt will be within 10 to 20 hours. all of the oxygen tanks have run out. it is a perilous rescue through partially flooded tunnels. authorities say the boys were running out of time as the monsoon rains have already began an oxygen was running up. four boys safely made it out of the cave after a rescue. they emerged much sooner than anticipated. an official said that the boy's health was quote, not that bad.
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authorities say they made the decision to rescue the boys now because oxygen levels drop to 15% inside the cave. 13 divers and five navy seals entered the cave complex at 10:00 a.m. local time. two divers will escort each kid out of the cave. it took five hours for them to reach the boys and it takes six hours to help them dive through the cave. the boys who don't know how to swim had to be taught diving skills before making the journey through the flooded cave. >> we tried to wait. but we cannot wait anymore. >> the boys have been trapped for nearly 2 weeks. they walked into the cave while it was dry on june 23. they were caught by sudden rains that flooded the cave system. the boys ages 11 to 16 and their coach became stranded more than two miles inside. a group of divers found the boys after nine days.
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teams of divers have sent supplies to the boys. escaping the cave proved incredibly difficult rains flooded the narrow passage leading out of the cave. and navy seal died friday trying to leave the cave after delivering oxygen tanks to the boys. authorities say the boys are running out of time with the rains on the way. today was d-day. once outside of the cave, medical teams waited to check on the boys. they are then quickly taken to a nearby hospital where an entire floor is reserved for the boys. the coach will be the last to leave the cave. the total mission to rescue everyone could take several days depending on the weather. it is now done for the night and will resume after 10 hours. >> thank you. new this morning, police are investigating three separate shootings that happened in east oakland. the
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latest shooting happened around 1:30 this morning on 89th avenue. at least one person was shot and injured. just before that, police tweeted this photo from the scene of an earlier shooting. that happened around 10:00 last night. police say one person was killed and another was injured near 102nd avenue. another person was shot near 98th avenue in oakland. please say that with victim -- that victim was taken to the hospital. we do not know if they are connected. a popular beach near the russian river has reopened after deputies disarmed a pipe on -- pipe bomb. deputies found the device around 11:00 yesterday morning and evacuated the beach. at this point, authorities are not sure who put the bomb there are why. a servicemember was killed and two others injured in what
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is being described as an inside attack. there have not been many details release. the wounded servicemembers are in stable condition and being treated. this is the third death in afghanistan this year. this often means it was carried off by a member of the afghan security forces. we may have a clue about the person president trump may nominate. orrin hatch wrote an editorial and reportedly use the pronoun her when writing about the choice. on the list of possible nominees, there is only one woman judge amy coney barrett. she is now serving in the seventh district court. she faced tough questions from dianne feinstein about how her catholic beliefs may affect her rulings on issues including abortion. president trump has a busy week coming up with much attention focused on the announcement
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tomorrow. he also have an important trip coming up. he goes to brussels on wednesday to attend the nato summit. 20 leaders will attend that annual conference. during his visit, president trump will review issues including how much members plan to spend on defense. secretary of state mike pompeo met with the foreign ministers of japan and south korea after his meeting with north korean officials. he says north korea remains committed to denuclearization and the progress was made. he has not yet responded to the announcement made by north korea. officials called the talks regrettable and said that the demands are quote gangster like. the state department says next week they will meet to discuss returning remains of u.s. service members. the former security advisor is headed to court this week. michael flynn is scheduled to be in front of a judge.
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he pleaded guilty last december to lying to the fbi about afghan action -- medications. carol ferguson held a rally yesterday in oakland. in the area where her son was shot and killed in february, she says the event was organized to put pressure on police to find the killer and to encourage possible witnesses to come forward. the mayor was also there. >> if we want to change things, we need to speak out. we need to take risks and talk about what we want for this community. >> i'm going to push until i have justice for my son. i wouldn't wish this on any other mother in the world. to feel this pain that i am feeling, it is undescribable. >> the mayor says there is a
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large reward for information that leads to any arrest. as we brought you live yesterday morning, thousands of protesters shut down a major highway in chicago. the location is symbolic as some believe that the expressway was built in the 1960s to segregate white and black communities. >> the people of chicago just won today. lack, white, and brown people came together -- black, white, and brown people came together. >> we all have an obligation. >> there have been 1100 shootings in chicago since january. a former basque ballplayer has died following an exchange of gunfire with police in los angeles. authorities say on friday night the 27-year-old barricaded himself inside a home. he allegedly shot at the
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officers and police returned fire. it is not clear if the man shot himself or if he was killed by officers. no police were hurt in the confrontation. he spent two seasons with the sacramento kings before continuing his career overseas. the entire country of england is on cloud nine this morning. >> that's the reaction from london following the victory in the world cup. england beat sweden and will all face croatia. -- and will now face croatia. >> how about that for competition? direction in creation was just as loud. -- croatia was just as loud. this is there best finish. you will be able to watch these with us. ktvu is holding some viewing
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parties. the parties are at the park across the street from the ferry building. we will have matches on the big screen. there will be facepainting and food trucks. admission is free. we recommend you get there early. the viewing party for the finals is next sunday, the 15th . this is at civic center plaza. coming up, a joyful reunion between a service dog and its owner. what caused this companion to disappear for hours in the first place. targeting people who are missing using disabled parking placards. why some -- we have some new numbers on the crackdown.
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we are bring you some live pictures on a large fire out in pittsburgh.
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you can see on the screen there , there is a large plume of smoke. the fire is somewhere near the pittsburgh border. we have contacted officials. they can only confirm there is a fire burning. we are sending a crew to check it out. we'll update you when we have more information. in other news, the death toll continues to climb in japan because of severe flooding. the government says more than 60 people have died and dozens of other -- of others are still missing. 2 million people have been ordered to evacuate. record rainfall is causing rivers to burst their banks. two people are dead after a house explosion in new jersey. the blast brought a two story home to the ground early saturday morning. investigators say it was a gas explosion that broke windows in nearby homes. even some pieces
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were seen hanging from trees and power lines. a couple in their 70s lived in the home. richmond police are searching for a driver who seriously injured a bicyclist. the cyclist was hit yesterday morning near 23rd street and downer avenue. a man was found in the road. police say a surveillance camera near the scene captured a grainy image of the car. it is a dark colored ford crown victoria. investigators believe it may have been a former police or security vehicle. one of the headlines may be damaged because of what happened. witnesses describe the driver as a juvenile and say two passengers may have been in the car. if you have information, please give police a call. police say a surveillance camera -- excuse me, that's the wrong video. we have also been telling
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about a crackdown on disabled -- let's move on. the county fire is burning near lake berryessa . that is now 57% contained. that's an increase of 2% overnight. >> the fire has burned 10 structures. there is still evacuations in place. this is burned more than 138 square miles. officials expect to have this completely encircled by thursday. the irish fire is now 95% contained. all evacuation orders have been lifted for that. and all roads are back open again this morning. the fire has burned more than a square mile. crews are still in the area battling flames in the less
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populated areas. let's get a check of the weather. rosemary, we are just talking about that fire that we sought in pittsburgh. -- saw in pittsburgh. how are the conditions now? >> it is already in the 60s. it is going into the 90s for the afternoon. that is one of the warmer locations. we are dry and warm. a little bit of fog along the coastline. it is a little bit stronger than yesterday. looking at a minor cooldown for today. there's a view there from san francisco across the bay. some of that fog worked into the area but we are not expecting that to stick around. mostly sunny skies. high pressure is in control the weather pattern. we continue with this for the next several days. with only minor cooling with each passing day. i will have that in the details of the extended forecast. here's a look at what we do expect today. 60s at the coast. half moon bay and areas north --
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upper 70s and low 80s. if you like it warmer, that will be the place to go. inside the bay, 80s for day -- today. there is a look at some of the fog this morning. it was hugging the coast and now it is backed away some. we'll be partly cloudy at the coast. mostly clear elsewhere. the onshore breeze was gusting to about 25 earlier this morning. than a pullback. now it is back. it is a bit stronger than yesterday. temperatures started out cooler than yesterday. 69 in napa. 57 in san francisco. upper 50s at half moon bay. inland, it is already warm. concord, walnut creek, it's. area, upper 60s or low 70s at this hour. 60 no -- 69 at -- park.
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68 at danville. temperatures continue to climb. we have mid to upper 90s for some people. we are not expecting to hit 100 degrees. you may not notice. the inland cities will go to 96. pittsburgh area in the 90s as well. 91 for santa rosa. into san francisco, 69 for the afternoon high. it is going to be nice. berkeley, oakland, and those areas, low 80s. upper 80s for san jose. 93 degrees for morgan hill. there is a look at your extended forecast. temperatures dropping off ever so slightly. low 90s by tuesday. upper 70s around the bay. 60s at the coast. it is a nice summertime pattern. warm and dry as we know. >> for people who come here who
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want the sunshine, if you're inland, there you go. >> it's nice. more now on how the dmv is cracking down. they are targeting disabled parking fraud. from july 1, 2017 to june of this year, almost 2500 people were caught in a crackdown on this abuse. the previous year there were 256 operations throughout the state with 1600 citations issued. a service dog who went missing during a party has been reunited with her family in south carolina. 9-year-old angel is a service dog for joslin who has cerebral palsy. she has been a part of the family since hurricane katrina. they say she could never be replaced. a good samaritan found the dog. they posted a facebook on facebook hoping to find the owner. >> she was in the middle of the road. he need to get out of the road.
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i stopped. i stopped to get her out of the road. she got in the car. you are scared of fireworks, that's why. >> joslin has cerebral palsy and suffers from seizures. an angel looks after joslin. >> angel somehow got out. they are grateful to the good samaritan who found her. >> that's so sweet. we have a deal for you. how about free food at chick- fil-a? coming up, we have how you can get free food. however, there is a catch. we'll show you what you have to show up in to get it. that's coming up .
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that's a classic, iconic song. that band will be closing at the fair tonight as the special musical guess. i'm sure they will be performing that song. today's the final day of the fair. it is also military appreciation day. that means you get one free mission with a valid proof of service. post time for the first race today is 1:45 this afternoon. the oakland a's are one of baseballs pleasant surprises. they were down 3-0 late in the game. they then won it in the 11th.
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the added another run to win 6- 3. the giants are game above .500 after losing 3-2. they did welcome back a player who was been out with inflammation in his shoulder. on saturday, he pitched five innings. he allowed three runs. the offense continues to struggle. brandon drove in two runs. they lost to the cardinals, 3-2. the rosters for the major- league game will be announced. buster posey is in a tight rach -- race for kelch are -- catcher. other possibilities include jeff larry and matt olson. you can watch the game right
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here on ktvu on tuesday, july 17. coverage begins at 4:30. people got out today for the taste of oakland event. the festal features dancing, local food, craft, and fitness classes. this is actually from yesterday, not today. this will be hosted on the first saturday of each month until september. a popular fast food chain is offering free food on tuesday. the annual cow appreciation day at chick-fil-a is happening. customers can get a free entrie. there is a catch. as part of cow appreciation day, you can receive a free entrie only few show up dressed as a call. this celebrates the anniversary of the restaurant's eat more
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chicken campaign. you need to wear cow attire. england is on cloud nine this morning. that was the reaction following england's victory saturday. they will now face croatia on wednesday. the winner goes to the finals next sunday. that's a very similar, enthusiastic reaction in creation -- croatia. this is their best result since placing third in 1988 you can watch the semi's and finals with us. the semi finals are tuesday and wednesday at 11:00 a.m.. we'll have the matches on a big screen tv. there will be facepainting, a rock wall, and food trucks. admission is free.
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it is always recommended to get there early. the viewing party for the finals is that celexa -- civic center plaza. let's get a final check of the weather. >> never turn your back to the water. we all know this. some of us just need a reminder. if you're headed to the beach, we have 60s at the coast areas. you get into areas like monterey , 70s. it is going to be beautiful out there with partly cloudy skies. inland, upper 70s and 80s around the bay. bar inland, back into the 90s. just a tad cooler today. the cooling trend continues monday, tuesday, and wednesday it is very modest and gradual. sometime's -- sometimes we get that breeze and we really notice it. after a few days, maybe you
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think it is more comfortable. >> thank you, rosemary. some breaking news we have been following about this large plume of smoke. this is more than 100 feet into the sky. we have been trying to contact authorities. it is somewhere near the pittsburgh border. it is still very much going at this hour. we have called fire officials awaiting to confirm information. they do confirm there is a fire burning. we'll continue to bring you more information. you can always check our facebook and twitter feed. >> the winds have been generally light throughout the data. anywhere from 10 to 15 at times and maybe a little bit stronger than that. it's not bad. but areas like pittsburgh is one of the inland areas and temperatures already well into the 70s. it is another warm, dry day. at this hour, the weather conditions are not too bad. it is still early.
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>> be aware of the smoke in the air. we are sending a crew out to the scene and trying to get more information on this fire that is burning in pittsburgh. for now, thank you for joining us you can always tune in for the latest here or on ktvu.com. have a great sunday, everyone. >> thank you for joining us. goodbye. >> goodbye. ♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪
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♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ >> i'm dana perino in for chris wallace. resident from prepares to announce his supreme court nominee before he heads to the nato summit where he faces rising tensions with european allies. ♪ >> i'm going to tell nato you've got to start paying your bills. the united states is not going to take care of everything. >> plus, the divide with europe over terrorists, withdraw of the iran nuke deal and improved relations with russia. >> i'm meeting with president putin and getting along with other countries is a good thing, it's not a bad thin thing. >> dana: we will preview the summit in brussels and helsinki with kay bailey hutchison, u.s. ambassador to nato. then as a list of possible

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