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for the first time since the pandemic began, vice president kamala harris is making a trip to guatemala. her focus on the surge in migrants along the southern border. also pride month continues the events taking place in san francisco today. the news at noon starts now this is ktvu fox two news at noon. it's good afternoon. i'm gasia mikaelian i'm mike mibach. starting today. more services available on bart, and that means trains will becoming more frequently, especially during the busy morning and evening commutes. ktvu is james tourists, reports. you usually only have to wait for a bart train about every 15 to 30 minutes. for the most part, writers say the transit system is efficient. despite the limited trips available. you're usually here. it's on schedule. yeah, today we noticed it was exactly 67 is the schedule, it suggested, and we wanted to give ourselves a little bit of time. so right at six was evident pulled up. mark and lynn childers are headed to hawaii today, taking the bark
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from under the 24 freeway from lafayette. the sfo trips like these will be happening more frequently. we are seeing writers start to come back. and because of that, we want to make sure that we're offering them the opportunity to get to their job to get it wherever they're going as quickly as possible. monday through friday, bart is adding 26 trips to the red, green and yellow lines from antioch to sfo. barry s a to daly city and richmond to millbrae. i think it's great news. i think it's going to be heard her for people who commute trap. think is more so the really great when it does start up again. ridership is now at about 17% compared to pre pandemic levels. that's about 70,000 people a day. these editions will result in the busiest trains coming no later than every 15 minutes. in terms of trains traveling through downtown oakland and san francisco, we're talking about a space of only 4 to 15 minutes, depending upon the time of day. that's a really big upgrade,
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and we think our writers are going to notice. personally, i ride my bike to school most of the time, and so i'd like more public transportation. i'd like to see buses. i'd like to see more transit. i'd like to see more access. bart says it plans to operate at pre pandemic levels once again by the end of august. at that point, all trains will come about every 15 minutes in lafayette. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. san francisco city hall is now open to the public. for the first time in 15 months, most city hall offices are open for in person services, such as obtaining birth certificates applying for marriage licenses and paying property and business taxes. the building will be open monday through friday from eight am to five pm all city hall. visitors must wear a mask and stay six ft. apart, the pride flag is flying a city hall in honor of pride month. mayor london breed state senator scott wiener city leaders and representatives from sf pride were there for the flat. raising the flag is
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right over the front steps of city hall here in san francisco. we've already as of june, 1st launched pride in our city. you see the flags and the beautiful colors going up. i'm looking forward to seeing these colors not just signify when we can open during the pandemic, but signified pride at its absolute best. now, despite the progress being made in reopening san francisco, the pride parade will not take place again this year. there are several other celebrations planned. throughout the month of june, you'll find extended coverage of pride month here in the bay area at ktvu .com and on the mobile news app or profiling, pioneers and talking with trail blazers throughout the lgbtq community this and much more at ktvu dot com slash pride. drought conditions remain very high right here in california and really all across the western part of the united states, the latest u. s drought monitor shows 74% of california in at least extreme drought conditions. compare that to just a year ago, when only 3% of california was listed in that extreme droug 50% of the wn
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united states is now in an exceptional drought, and we're learning that the senate clara valley water district is expected to declare a water shortage emergency this week. the agency is seeking a 15% reduction in countywide water use from 2019 levels. this would be the first time residents face mandatory restrictions since the 12 2020 16 drought of water district spokesperson. says residents and businesses would be asked to reduce watering lawns and landscaping to no more than three days a week. the water district board is expected to approve the drought plan. on wednesday. most of california's current restrictions on businesses and public gatherings will end one week from tomorrow. june 15th. governor. gavin newsom though, says he is not ready to give up the power. he has to impose those rules and plans to keep his state of emergency declaration in place. it gives california's governor and other state leaders broad powers in a time of crisis. the governor says. there's still a lot of uncertainty ahead even after
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the restrictions are lifted, marine county officials say they won't take a tougher approach to covid restrictions next week when california eliminates the color coded tier system. marines public health officer says there won't be capacity limits or social distancing in most public place. says. but dr matt willis told the marin independent journal there will still be vaccine verifications or negative test result requirement for any indoor event with 5000 people or more or an outdoor event with more than 10,000 people. some businesses say they'll move slowly to help make sure that customers are comfortable with all the changes. the united states has started the campaign to send covid-19 vaccines to other countries and as jonathan serrie reports right here in the u. s. there is also a push. to vaccinate more teenagers as a new cdc study finds rising hospitalization rates within that age group, the biden administration is making global vaccinations of priority over the weekend. three u. s senators visited taiwan and announced the donation of 750,000 covid shots as that
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country faces a surge of new infections. the united states is leading international relief efforts in an open and coop. spirit with our friends and partners and allies to bring relief from this global pandemic. more than 300 million doses of covid-19 vaccine have been administered in the us roughly 52% of american adults are now fully vaccinated during a visit to a vaccination site on sunday, first lady jill biden urged younger people to get their shots were really working hard because we have to get back to life. that's normal. the push to vaccinate children comes amid rising hospitalization rates in that age group, a study from the cdc examined more than 200. americans ages 12 through 17, who were hospitalized with covid 19 this year, researchers found nearly a third were
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admitted to intensive care units around 5% required ventilation. the reason we are seeing more and more kids having the virus instead of the elderly folk. one the elderly folks have been vaccinated. secondly, kids are getting together. fda advisers meet this week to discuss whether covid-19 vaccines are safe for children, 11 years old and younger in atlanta, jonathan serrie ktvu fox two news. vice president kamala harris is in guatemala right now on her first foreign trip in office. the vice president is meeting with the president of guatemala during a joint news conference, vice president harris emphasize the need to strengthen hope and prosperity for people in guatemala and other countries where the majority of us illegal migrants come from vice president also talked about human trafficking and border security. she urged anyone thinking about crossing borders illegally not to come. the folks in this region who are
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thinking about making that dangerous track to the united states mexico border do not come. do not come to the united states will continue to enforce our laws and secure our border. they are legal methods by which migration can and should occur. the vice president's three day diplomatic trip also includes a stop in mexico, where she will meet with the mexican president. president biden will speak again today with the lead republican negotiator on an infrastructure package. caroline shyly reports the bipartisan talks continue, but the two sides are still billions of dollars apart. negotiations to bridge the gap on a massive infrastructure bill resumed between the white house and congressional republicans today. the president is leading us to, you know, continue to stay at the table, so we won't do this forever, but right now they're
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good faith efforts on both sides, but there's still far apart on a price tag. democrats want more than a trillion dollars while republicans are trying to keep it below. it's been my way or the highway. no pun intended, but it's been so far the same when it comes to this infrastructure bill. we need to see some real bipartisan discussion on it. another issue how to pay for it. republicans want to use untapped covid-19 relief money. democrats want to raise the corporate tax rates were not calling for high taxes were calling for a reasonable rate of 28. if talks do fall apart, democrats may try to push a bill through the senate with zero republican support something gop members are already criticizing. they've been throwing in the towel and bipartisan talks pretty much the entire year. most of the bills that come t partisan linen the mix a bipartisan bill that cost 878 billion and a separate house bill coming this week. as of now, they are all viable options in washington, caroline shively, ktvu fox two news.
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still to come at noon, a cafe targeted in san francisco's mission district. the messages that have prompted a hate crime investigation plus a rescue 70 miles off the santa cruz coast. the reason the journey to hawaii for marin county kayaker was cut short. also, it's going to be a little bit of a cooler week across much of the bay area. we're going to check in with meteorologist rosemary oroczo for the forecast in your neighborhood.
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has abandoned his plans. i had a technical failure of one of the key component. of my equipment that deals with bad weather. cyril darom. oh, called off the journey about 70 miles west of santa cruz early yesterday morning, u s. coast guard helicopter hoisted him to safety. we see that happening here, but he had to abandon his kayak. he's not trying to figure out how to recover it. when the coast guard come and save you. they save your life. they don't save your boat. so they took me with a helicopter. bring me back to sfo. so now my boat is drifting at sea have to go back tomorrow. 12 seas are better and i can actually go get valentine. darren mo says the kayak took on a lot of water will need to be repaired. he says he'll try that 2400 mile trip again, but probably
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not. this year. the fda has approved the first new drug for alzheimer's disease in nearly 20 years. that's despite an assessment from the fda outside panel of experts that found there is not enough evidence to conclude the drug can help patients. the company that makes the drug, biogen says in one study, the drugs slowed mental decline in patients. this is the only drug the u. s regulators have said, can likely treat the underlying disease. rather than manage symptoms, such as anxiety and insomnia. the fda is requiring biogen to conduct a follow up study to confirm the drugs benefits in the city of richmond. there is an effort under way to save a historic lighthouse as ktvu demagogues reports. it's been without power now sends an underwater cable broke just two months ago, and they shorted out and it fried the cable. this is a piece of the 30 year old underwater cable that broke off the east brother light station in april, killing its main power source. we've been scrambling ever sense to figure out what to do. richmond mayor tom but leads the board of directors of the nonprofit that supports the lighthouse. in the
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last couple days, he says, an electrician spliced what's left of the broken cable and restored power. for now, it's very tenuous. uh you know whether it's going to last or not, we don't know. but for the time being, we actually do have power back a relief for the lighthouse keeper who has been living there during the pandemic, keeping the generators and navigation light up every night. no matter what. i was killing barca after eucalyptus trees for kindling. she started a go fund me that's raised more than $80,000 to help restore power to the lighthouse, but they're nowhere close to the roughly 200,000 they need. they seem insurmountable. but i just. i don't believe that that this community is going to let. anything happens, community businesses are stepping up. catahoula coffee is selling a special white house blend of coffee beans, tokens for free tacos at the restaurant down the street and merchandise with proceeds going to the lighthouse. it's not that we're
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gonna set the world on fire between some small businesses in the air, but it's nice to create the awareness. the factory bar is doing the same and created a custom lighthouse cocktail for the fundraiser. one way or another. i think we're going to open up one way or another. we're going to get some power one way or another. there's a future for each brother light station. we don't quite know what it is, but i think that's where we're headed. emma goss, ktvu fox two news. boy we had a chilly start to the day, but things have warmed up just a little bit right. rosemary yes, i warmed up a little bit. ghaziabad very breezy out there. in fact, we have a wind advisory that begins this hour from portions of the bay area as we take a look at what's going on. how about tahoe this afternoon? because tahoe always a beautiful sight. there's a look. they're mostly clear skies over lake tahoe. the winds are light and tahoe and the temperatures are in the upper sixties. therefore today, all right, let's come back home. take a look at what's happening here because we don't really have the clouds or the fog to speak up. but we do have a
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system that is moving through kicking up our wind and actually driving our temperatures down. here's a look at the sfo right now, where we do have mostly blue skies. look at the 24 hour temperature change and you can see we are down by eight degrees in concord right now, from yesterday, down by seven over sfo, down by seven in nevada, but you go into areas over the north bay napa santa rosa up by a few degrees or so, so temperatures ranging in the fifties and sixties at this hour. here's a look at storm tracker two. here's a look. at the system that is moving through the pacific northwest, and you can suggest the tail end of it there over northern california. that is what is bringing us the breezy conditions especially gusty along the coastline, and the dry conditions remaining in place. there's a look at storm tracker, two were no rain to speak of, unfortunately, but we do have the strong winds through fairfield, reporting a wind gust to 2029 mph, oakland sustained a 17 conquered a south breeze at about 20 mph, and then if we head off the coastline there are over the
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waters. we have winds reported anywhere from 20 to almost 30 mph. you can see there off the north north bay coastline, 29 mph reported near point reyes. so the wind advisory against starts at this hour will go until this evening doesn't expire until eight o'clock. it does include our coastline are north bay coastline down through san francisco coastline also includes our north bay mountains are east bay hills are east bay valleys and the stretches down along the san mateo county coastline. as well. so breezy conditions expected for today. windy along the coastline, windy in our hills and temperatures below average for most 78 expected for santa rosa this afternoon low sixties in san francisco 66 in oakland, a livermore looking at 72 70 degrees over san jose. a better look at some of these afternoon highs for you today. 66 a matteo. we'll go 73 for valeo. in the inner east based 78 expected in antioch. the cool down is going to continue.
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temperatures are expected to bottom out right about wednesday. i'll have better details on that plus in the extended forecast what you can expect for the weekend coming up in just a little bit. rosemary thank you still to come at noon, apple's annual worldwide developers conference kicks off today was already been unveiled at
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from the ground up, helping to make san francisco the greenest big city in america but we couldn't do it without you. thank you, san francisco. gracias, san francisco. -thank you. -[ speaks native language ] let's keep making a differene together. apple worldwide developers conference kicked off earlier today. among other things,
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apple also announced plans for updates to maps whether and while it apps as well as a new way of handling notifications on the iphone. other changes include updates to its texting system. i message that includes new ways to share photos and changes to its facetime software and new live text. today. our photos are full of rich and useful information from photos of places we visit to handwritten notes of family recipes and now live text unlocks this information in a way that's really natural. focus all you have apple's worldwide developers conference runs through friday. it's california's economy picks up. a shortage of workers continues to have an impact on many businesses. ktvu tom baker says the latest numbers show more women than men are dropping out of the labor force holding california employers back from a more speedy recovery. is the fact that businesses are finding it harder to rehire laid off employees a major rease number of people have dropped
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out of the labor force to the lowest number since january, and the majority of them are women. the labor force participation rate of women has gone down more significantly. um, by about. differentials about 500,000. okay this is something unique in the last four major u. s recessions in previous recessions, men were actually hit harder. because of the occupations they were in, but this time around industries that women are more concentrated in such as retail hospitality, restaurants, education and childcare, took the biggest hits, and this has all been made worse by the almost total closings of schools and daycare facility since the pandemic began. women still bear the, um. greater percentage of day and child care responsibilities. thought your son many places women work in large numbers have yet to fully re open or gone forever that decimated small business economy. um, which shows no
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sign. no sign of picking up over the past four months, and the pandemic has caused a lot of people to reassess their futures. a lot of both men and women, but perhaps women even more reconsidering. do they want to go back to their previous jobs when all the stimulus programs run out? many folks are likely to rejoin the labor force, but the longer it drags out, employers are already seeing that rehiring embraces or new hiring bonuses are the way to speed up. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. more u. s students than ever before, are expected to be in summer school in the coming months, educators say many students will be making up for a regular school year of mostly online learning that was often chaotic and ineffective. school districts across the country are now expanding their summer programs and offering their teachers summertime bonuses. california teachers may soon have some more flexibility when it comes to the tests that required to take to earn a
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credential, the state's assembly and senate budget subcommittees on education of recommending that legislators approved a proposal in the governor's 2021 22 state budget that would allow candidates to earn a teaching credential without taking two tests that are currently required. if this is approved, candidates wouldn't have to take the california basic educational skills test or the california subject examinations for teachers if they have earned a grade of b or better in qualifying course work or tests that apply towards requirements for a degree, many older americans say not being able to have contact with their grandchildren has been the worst part of the pandemic, researchers found. it's now been nearly eight months on average, since grandparents have been able to see all of their grandchildren. in person and the survey of some 2000 grandparents found that's been the most painful part of the pandemic for older americans during the past 15 months, the city of freeman thomas list of worst cities in the country for state occasions that, according to a new study from the
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personal financial site, wallet hub, it cited an average rating on swimming pools per capita and not enough frozen yogurt and ice cream shops as reasons for the low ranking honolulu took first place san francisco ranked third, but in years past wallet hub has ranked fremont as the happiest city in the nation and the least stressed still to come at new and already the county making a change on how it reports death linked to the kobe pandemic. how the new system has led to a drop in the number of original cases, plus a shooting in san jose overnight turns deadly. we'll have the latest on the investigation that's now investigation that's now underway when a truck hit my car, the insurance company inveswasn't fair.t's now underway i didn't know what my case was worth, so i called the barnes firm. call the barnes firm now, and let us help you get the best result possible. ♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪
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walking by and dining out had an unsavory view. words spewing heat and big blue letters, racist pigs and free palestine on this jewish owned venue bumps me out, and it's right next to my yoga studio love story, and that's how it should be. it's not comfortable to see. yes see these messages. um at the same time, i guess. i'm also kind of used to seeing a lot of graffiti in the mission, according to the latest crime data from san francisco police the city has seen, 28 reported hate crimes this year, the police chief acknowledges there's been other violent acts toward communities of color that may not meet the legal definition of a hate crime of the 28 crimes. the majority are anti asian, 39% anti black 18% and anti jewish 14% all of last year. san francisco saw 40 reported hate crimes. one report every 7.5 days. we are introducing a multi lingual hate crime tip line. a tip line
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expanded to accept callers speaking nine languages, um, lasting on yet he we watch our opinion. it is cantonese, mandarin, spanish to golic. russian japanese, korean, vietnamese and thai asian american community leaders rallied for it. we all recognize. that he does not discriminate. it affects all of us. we hope that this will help us solve some of the hate that's going on in our community, in almost deserted chinatown sunday, i think there are a lot of people that are afraid to report either that you know english isn't their first language, or they're afraid of the police as well. this minneapolis transplant sees the tip line as a starting point to push out, hate, try and build stronger communities and helping with infrastructure, i think is a major thing, too. and like information, public information, i think a lot of these hate crimes are coming out of ignorance and fear. azenith smith ktvu, fox two news just one day after a six year old boy was laid to rest
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after being shot to death during a road rage incident in southern california, two people have been arrested. gina silver has the details and reaction from the community. i was confident they would get the arrest pretty soon, and i'm surprised it took this long. but i'm glad they got him as news of the arrests spread through this orange county community drivers on the 55 freeway began honking as they pass this makeshift memorial of six year old aidan leo's as a mom. i mean, you just think like. there's nothing there's nothing worse than the world as soon as jennifer maiden learned chp arrested a boyfriend and girlfriend, she and her daughter, kelsey, walked to the walnut avenue overpass at the 55 freeway in orange. you know, i don't know about ever having closure, but justice for that for that child. and for that, um, all the suspects have been identified as 24 year old marcus anthony eris and 23 year old win lead. they were
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arrested in costa mesa. they are expected to be charged with murder. help us find the people that did this to my little brother aidan. shooting on may 21st prompted an outpouring of support. the little boy was sitting at a booster seat while his mom was driving on the 55 freeway in orange headed to kindergarten. some sort of dispute with another driver in her passenger lead to road rage. the male passenger of a white volkswagen station wagon opened fire, striking six year old aiden in the back. he died at a nearby hospital. but that is that's a whole different level of evil that it's unexplainable. you know, it's like.? on saturday, aidan was remembered as a sweet loving child at his memorial service. one day later, his alleged killer has
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been arrested me, god have mercy on their souls. gina silver reporting their california's governor and attorney general say they'll appeal. a federal judge's ruling that overturned our state's ban on assault weapons. federal judge roger benitez issued the ruling on friday it will lift california's 32 year old ben on military style weapons, gun safety groups say they're confident the state's appeal will be successful. cannot stand. i think the ninth circuit will overruled this. we have to wash what happens in the supreme court. but every california should be very focused on this and vote. pay attention to this understand where people are candidates on this issue, your life our lives as americans depend on it. the federal judge called california's assault weapons ban a failed experiment that violates the constitutional right to bear arms. the month of june is gun violence awareness month in the organization moms demand action wants to get that exact message
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out loud and clear. the organization held a rally for the prevention of gun violence and mountain view yesterday, marchers all wore orange and walked along castro street. orae defining color of the gun violence prevention movement. every single day, at least 100 americans died due to gun violence and hundreds more injured. we are a nation of survivors, and we don't have to live this way. i the group says more than 3000. people are killed by guns every year in california and more than 6800 people are injured. alameda county has made a change in how it reports deaths linked to covid-19, and as a result, that number has now dropped 25% previously any person who died while infected was listed as a coronavirus death even if the death was under latest, such as a car accident right now alameda county is used in the state and national guidelines for cause of death linked to the virus that decreases the number of covid deaths from more. the san
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francisco zoo is mourning the loss of the country's oldest male chimpanzee. cobby was a longtime favorite for zoo visitors. he died saturday at the age of 63. psychologists say he'd recently been ill and that old age was a contributing factor in his death before coming to the zoo in the mid sixties, cobby was a performing chimpanzee and was raised by humans. president biden will travel overseas this week for his first international trip as president wednesday, he'll head for europe with a busy schedule there. he'll meet with uk prime minister boris johnson and queen elizabeth president biden will be meeting with other world leaders, many of whom will be at friday's g seven summit in cornwall. a nato summit begins next monday in brussels after a year where the pandemic four so many events to be moved. online sf pride is returning with a mix of in person and virtual events. ktvu is greg lee. recently spot spoke with the president of sf pride on how the lgbt community has stood together during a challenging year. bella happy pride to you. let me just start
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by asking you what this month means to you. i mean, this mug means so many things. i mean, as a community member. of course, it means an opportunity to get to see other community members that maybe you haven't seen throughout the year. it's one year that we just get to, you know, show off who we are in the street in the parks in the bars and all of those things. it was just a type of important kind of community. um, as a. pride board president or prime word member. it's seeing all the hard work that we do over the year come together and seeing other people get to do all that stuff. i just name oh, i love it. the pandemic is once again made you adjust subclans and canceled the parade. but you all have done a remarkable job of planning. can you explain community has really found ways to be there for each other, albeit even if it's virtual, and we were talking about the ways that we support each other and what this particular community learned from the aids epidemic of the eighties and
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the nineties, and one of the things that we learned was that we had to take care of ourselves. and so we had to figure out what the needs of the community are and take. care of each other, so whether that was creating mutual aid funds for folks especially like our nightlife community, which was hit very hard, you know, for us as an organization last year, it really meant a lot of the organizations that normally support financially the organization we were saying, hey, we don't have a lot to offer you as far as sponsorship, but please continue to support us so that we can have another pride. um, so it was in that way. it was making sure that we're checking in on each other checking in on our seniors. you know, we were reminded that a lot of our lgbt seniors do not have the support system of a lot of others. so it was really a lot of checking in with each other, making sure that we can get folks to and who and pro, so it was really just about checking in on knowing what we as a community needed him in finding ways to provide that. what is your message to bay area community at large about how they can, uh celebrate and
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support the lgbtq community during pride month, not just pride month, but all year long. i mean, there's so many ways, you know, there's so many of our organizations that were hit hard in the pandemic, and we as an organization, we felt it as an organization. but also we know that there are a lot of smaller nonprofits that are supported by pride. um that we give funds true throughout the year that unfortunately, at times we were weren't able to do that. so there are a lot of non profits a lot of our in our trends. nonprofits are health nonprofits are senior nonprofits. um definitely donating to a lot of them starting to support our our small businesses. we were originally going to have an expo two as a complementary to our pride movie night to put thf financial reasons in our big goal with that was to boost the economy. for lgbt small businesses. but that doesn't mean that our community members can't go out and support them. so we hope that they continue to do that and continue to define ways to support your comedian around this, like my background, says we're all in
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this together. and we have a new series of reports and conversations throughout the month of june celebrating pride. you can see those reports anytime by visiting ktvu .com slash pride still to come at noon, more events of returning to the bay area, we'll take you up to the sonoma raceway, where fans were so excited to welcome. nascar back will also describe the impact it had on businesses in the area and beyond. also are you feeling it cool down across the bay area, even here along 80 in the berkeley emeryville area, ktvu meteorologist rosemary oroczo is next, and she'll detail your is next, and she'll detail your full forecast. does your vitamin c last twenty-four hours? only nature's bounty does. new immune twenty-four hour plus has longer lasting vitamin c. plus, herbal and other immune superstars.
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osteo bi-flex, plus vitamin d since the pandemic shut down that track last year. ktvu greg liggins reports the event was an optimistic sign of an economic comeback. sonoma raceway has reawakened with the sounds and smells of race cars after covid brought it to a screeching halt in march of 2020, definitely surreal to be here. it is definitely really cool. just because you know people are back stated. it's outdoors and it's strange to think about a year ago. it didn't happen at all. after a year of near hibernation, the sounds of an f 15 fly by and the roaring of engines following the drop of the green flag signaled the start of the nascar race. and the beginning
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of the bay area, hosting big events again, drawing in crowds to help refuel the local economy. they filled up the hotels. they're filling up the restaurants. they're buying their groceries here. they're signing up for those wine clubs and bringing home that good grape from sonoma valley. for some, this is their first major outing in more than a year. yes it is. yeah, first time stepping everything with more than 20 people, but it was a bit different this year. all tickets were digital vending was cashless and there were socially distant seating pods in the stands so crowd size was capped at 33% bringing the capacity size of 47,000 down to 15,600 there's more room to move around, actually like it a lot. many told us they've been vaccinated and this outing, although not quite normal, is helping to bring a sense of normalcy back to their lives. we love people watching. we love watching everybody have a good time and we're having a blast. right, amelia? yeah it's great to be back. the next big event lined up for sonoma raceway is drag racing the n h
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r a sonoma series starting on july 23rd track officials say ry guidelines. after june. 15th will allow them to operate at full capacity. greg liggins ktvu fox two news. and out there on the track. it was a great race for the winner. kyle larson. larson won the first stage and then also the second stage and things got a little hectic in the final stage, which had to go to overtime, and it was during ot when larson crossed the finish line first. this is larson's third win of the season, and he credits his team and his car for yesterday's win. uh, even passing cars was. easier than i've ever had here before. so just really shows how good my race car was today and, um, worked out great to win both stages and the race. so, um, this is a unbelievable race, car dirt track. it. for the second straight week chase elliott came in second behind his hendrick motor sports teammate nascar's rates this weekend will be at the texas
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motor speedway in dallas. right, let's look after the rest of this week. here we are at monday. rosemary oroczo guide us through the next few days to come and the changes they're bringing, uh garcia is going to be cooler and it's going to be breezy. hello to both of you, and to all of you out there you may have noticed temperatures have fallen off. this afternoon, anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees over yesterday at this time, and a look here at what is happening across the bay. we do have plenty of sunshine, though. given your live look here from ktvu across the oakland estuary towards san francisco, see the water little choppy out there and as we talked about in the last half hour, even a wind advisory for some of us today that goes until. eight o'clock this evening, moving in a little bit closer here. storm tracker to showing you that we do again have a lot of sunshine, even along the coastline, that system that is moving through the pacific northwest is what is providing us with the wind and the cooler conditions checking in on areas over the hills monte abu reporting a 20 mph sustained middle peak reporting. 18 and oakland north closer to the berkeley called a
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cut tunnel area reporting 18 mph. the wind advisory again goes until eight o'clock for wind gusts. expected to reach 40 to 45 mph in our hills are north bay hills are east bay hills along our coastline. north bay, san francisco and down along the cemetery county coastline. it also includes the city of san francisco so very breezy conditions and i do expect the winds to not only continue but perhaps pick up in the second half of the afternoon. here's a look at the forecast for you notice the shades of yellows and oranges and reds right off the coastline. that's where it is especially windy. and then as we get into the afternoon, picking up some and then into the evening hours, it really is areas over the north bay and then down along the coastline there where we see some of the strongest winds, so expect the breezy conditions expect a cool below average conditions not only for today, but the cooling trend continues. what temperature is expected to bob about on wednesday are inland cities will be struggling just to get into the low seventies
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by tomorrow and into wednesday. meanwhile outside right now, we have 79 degrees in santa rosa. so it's a warm one for you. they're the inner east space 72 in concord. around the base. 64 oakland a cool 59 in san francisco, a comparison from yesterday into today again, dropping off by five even 10 degrees san jose yesterday you warmed to 78. today you are going to 70. so i look at some of these afternoon highs for you. 66 san matteo for the inner east based 72 in livermore and in the north bay will go 76 for napa today, right above average for inland cities below average around the ban along the coastline and fall. here's a look at your bay area tuesday. low sixties at the coast upper sixties around the bay low seventies inland, even a little bit cooler on wednesday before we do begin to rebound, and then into your weekend upper seventies to near 80 degrees for inland cities seventies around the bay and sixties at the coast back to you. rosemary thank you. new technology is helping the menlo park. firefighters navigate through burning buildings. it's called the see through platform
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and includes a navigation unit that attaches to a firefighter's helmet. it's made by san francisco startup quake technologies. it gives us thermal imaging to help firefighters identify object. the menlo park fire protection district bought units for each of its 40 front line. firefighters. the first in the nation to use this technology. amazon's halo fitness tracker has added a new feature that will recommend exercise routines and assess your moves. the feature is called movement health users record video of themselves doing workout moves such as lunges or squats. well, then gives them a movement score about their bodies, mobility and creates customized routines to help improve stability, mobility and posture. food prices around the world have now soared more than 40% during the past 12 months to their highest level in more than a decade. the united nations report found last month was the sharpest monthly rise with food prices spiking 4.8% from april to may. researchers say the drought in brazil and the increased use of vegetable oil, sugar and cereeusing od pr. around the world. u s. oil
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livestream ceremony. europe has several cemeteries that hold allied troops from that war, including thousands of americans. the government of nigeria has now blocked twitter indefinitely. the announcement came yesterday shortly after twitter temporarily froze the account of nigeria's president due to controversial tweets about his political opponents. the government's decision to ban twitter has caused anger across nigeria, which is africa's most. populist country. sometimes we may not be privileged to buy newspaper or news magazine. but when we go there, we get genuine information, so i think it to affect us badly in that way. last week, the president of nigeria tweeted he was ready to severely punished separatists whom he blamed for recent attacks on federal property. twitter, then claimed that statement violated its abusive behavior policy and suspended his account for 12 hours. the u. s men's soccer team beat rival mexico in denver. but the big win was marred by some fan violence. a penalty kick put the us in front 32. and while
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the team celebrated on the sidelines, fans of the mexican team started to throw a number of objects at them, including water bottles. us men's team hopes to qualify for the world cup next year after not qualifying in 2018 simone biles won a record seventh national women's all around title of the u. s gymnastics championships in fort worth, texas, the most ever by an american woman, 24 year old four time olympic champion will be complete. again this summer in the tokyo games, a great finish to the u. s women's open out at the olympic club in san francisco 19 year old yuka saso one after a three hole playoff, she dropped a birdie putt on the last hole to win the 76 us women's open. she is the first filipino woman to win a major u. s golf tournament and tied as the youngest ever at 19 years old sam taylor county fair is open this week, offering a lot more than just fun. ktvu james tourist tells us how organizers of the fair also included some on site covid back. the nation's this pig races said to be the one
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attraction you don't want to miss at the san mateo county fair, one of the many operations how here at the fairgrounds. we don't like to stay quiet. we don't like to be bored. dana store is the boss here, like the many people she hires to become characters. the fairgrounds have gone through a number of costume changes in the last 15 months. i remember the county manager calling me. how fast can you set up for a mask? a mask test site. it was. it was like march 12th of 2020. it's a 24 hours, and he's like what from a testing site to becoming the first mass vaccination site in the bay area, and at one point, a jury selection space and a storage for ppe. this fairground space has done it all with about 50 to 100 workers. it only took 24 hours to tear down the vaccine site. really, it was pulling mostly traffic homes. week let the rides and food move in. and for the next week it takesle fresh air and enjoy the time,
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but the vaccines don't go anywhere. in fact, the fair is offering an incentive if you get a shot at the front door, you get free admission and a $20 fair credit an operation may be too efficient. i didn't know there was a fair going on. but the fair is very much going on celebrating its pride day today, it's ceo says after next week it will once again change hats, pack up the pigs and offer vaccines again. it's an event even if it's a crisis event. it's an event and we're very used to setting it up getting it running, letting it go and then tearing it down afterwards in san mateo county, i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. prince harry and duchess megan markle have announced the birth of their second child, a daughter. her name is lily vet. diana mountbatten, windsor. she was born friday morning in santa barbara. little bits first name honors her great grandmother, queen elizabeth, whose family nickname is lil a bet her middle name, of course, is a tribute to prince harry's late mother, princess diana. i think it's amazing that we have
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another royal in the area and, yeah, i think it's a very good place. the quality of life here is amazing. we're pretty low key about it. we just want them to have their privacy. the official royal family. twitter account congratulated harry and megan acknowledge the birth of queen elizabeth's 11th great grandchild. harry's brother and sister in law, prince william and duchess kate also sent their well wishes amazon founder jeff bezoza announced that he is going to space it's happening next month in an instagram post this morning, beso said he, his brother and the winner of an ongoing auction will be aboard. blue origins. new shepard spacecraft when it launches on july 20th. bezos said in early february that he was stepping down as ceo of amazon to spend more time, among other things, focused on blue origin. and then today, he said, that he's always wanted to go to space. and sure enough july 20th off he goes and how fun to take your brother. yeah, make it a family trip. simply rivalry hopefully will quiet in space. thanks for joining us at noon. we leave you with this. beautiful picture of oakland
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