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giants hats. willie mays was my favorite player. so to be able to come back to san francisco where i have family and friends on this stage is really cool. >> reporter: someone who knows the stage well is #analyst who was on the -- mlb analyst who wows on the 2010 championship team. >> this place is loud and electric. >> he is a pitcher for kansas city who is fired up to be in san francisco. >> cool to see everybody. everybody is wearing their gear for the team. >> reporter: the giants team buses arrived a half hour ago and they came here straight from the airport. fans cheered and the giants are taking the field right about now and i just talked to the giants broadcaster when he said the circumstances are right for them to take it here at home.
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live in san francisco, john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. >> one thing here the giants haven't determined status yet of tim lincecum. she expected to undergo -- he is expected to undergo treatment today. he had to come out of last night's game after you saw that pitch where his back tightened up. the giants said tim lincecum is doing okay but he will have to be checked further to determine if he can still play in the world series. change in tone on our social media accounts after last night's loss. we have been asking you to send us your pictures on how you are celebrating the san francisco giants using #giants 2 win. look althese pictures -- at these pickstures. so -- pictures. so cute. he says this picture says it all. another picture using #giants 2 win. you can see, this is dad and son. notice the logo there shaved
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into their heads. very creative. this is another one. do you read the fortune cookies? i do. i save the good ones. this was saved and tweeted. it reads your sports team will be very successful this year, iants #giants 2 win. let's hope this comes true. the rain is headed our way. looks like tomorrow night's game will be fin. what -- fine, what will happen for game 4? >> i can we will have rain. good bet saturday but there could be more breaks in the afternoon leading up to the first pitch after 5:00 p.m. the weather cooperating so far in the world series. series for game one and game two and game three tomorrow at at&t park, here is the forecast. we are expecting partly cloudy skies. now initially we thought we would have rainfall on friday
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but looks like it backed off. partly cloudy skies. it will be mild. temperatures in the lower 70s with winds out of the south 15- 20. here is the forecast model, 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., high clouds, low clouds and fog near the shorelines. we will be dry tomorrow night. look what is developing off shore. this is the key factor for saturday with a developpal frontal system that will -- developing frontal system. >> bruce bochy gives us his thoughts coming up and supplying food and drinks to the masses and you heard the saying timing is everything, john fowler breaks down the significance of travel plans and why the giants flew back home hours after the royals
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arrived in town. our coverage of game three starts tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. with live coverroom from at&t -- coverage from at&t park and stay with us after the game for post game coverage on through the 10:00 p.m. news. ridiculous. gives all bikers a bad name. >> motorcyclists pulling stunts while a chp tries to pull them over. the encounter was caught on video and posted to youtube. including all the officer -- including where the officer gives up. ktvu's ann rubin is live with the reaction to the incident. >> reporter: investigators say the bikers were a danger to the public, to the officer and to themselves. this video may offer clues as to who they are. >> it shows them popping wheelings and speeding. a loan chp officer trying to
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pull them over one at a time. >> they continued to be non- compliant. they were not going to stopping, slowing down. the bikers seemed to taunt the officer, eventually realizing he is outnumbered he gives up. >> the point he decided to remain there while he waited for back up was the right call. >> reporter: he says this kind of thing gives all bikers a bad name. >> i don't condone it. >> reporter: drivers agree. >> he should be able to stop them but i don't know how. >> the chp officer did get backup eventually but by that time they exited the highway and it was unsafe to follow on city streets. they are hoping this video may lead them to the people
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responsible. >> it is brazen. i would feel unsafe, obviously, and they are putting their lives and other peoples lives at risk. >> reporter: the incident happened on october 11 in the afternoon. the video just came to light yesterday. chp is hoping anyone with information will come forcard. ann rubin -- forward. ann rubin, ktvu channel 2 news. >> you can watch the video, we posted the link on man who is serving time in prison for an attempted rape was sentenced to 8 more years for a similar assault. prosecutors say he attacked a woman in a car on lincoln avenue in 2010. the attack was less than half mile from a 2012 incident where he attacked a woman near the iron horse trail. prosecutors linked the two cases through dna. traffic is moving on a freeway tonight after being
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blocked by a crash involving four big rigs. it happened about 9:00 a.m. on interstate 880 under the over cross in san leandro. two lanes were blocked for an hour. no injuries were reported. news chopper 2 was over head. the trucks were stop by the crossing. emergency crews were called into mop up fluid. on the ebola front today it appears the disease may have spread to two more countries. lebanon reported its first case of ebola after a man who had visited west africa came to a hospital for care. and the health minister in molly is reporting -- mollie is reporting their first case of ebola. it is a two-year-old girl from genie. in the -- guinea. in the u.s., training has begun
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for a military team that could respond to ebola. a man in new york city is being tested for ebola. he is a doctor that returned from west africa where he was treating ebola patients. he had a fever of 103 and was rushed to the hospital. new york's mayor says test results could be available later today. hospital made it easier for people to get flu shots. doctors medical center set up a free drive through flu shot clinic. drivers rolled down the windows and got a flu shot without getting out. they are following cdc guidelines and screening everyone for ebola. >> implemented the same questions, have you traveled to
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those counties and do you exhibit symptoms. new at 5:00 p.m. target is offering free shipping for the entire holiday season. it is a direct challenge to the mega online company target wants toboost its share of the -- to boost its share of the market place. ktvu's tom vacar reports it is hoping it will be on target. >> reporter: this holiday shopping season target will provide free shipping for all items from october 22 to december 20 target shoppers will pay no shipping charges. >> that would make a difference. >> the data breach damaged last year's holiday sales and some say this is to get shoppers back as more and more people shop online. >> true, of course. sales suffered. >> its a nice touch. >> reporter: 2/3 of customers already get free shipping
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because they have the target credit card or they buy over the $50 minimum. this is aimed that people who don't shop target. he is a professor at university of california at berkeley. >> a lot of the black friday customers are not the regular customers. they are not the target card holders so to attract the new customers. >> reporter: he found that 3-5 online shoppers abandon a purchase as soon as they encounter shipping. others pay to avoid shipping fees. >> amazon prime, if you are a member you can pay to have that advantage of not paying shipping and i have spent more for that reason. >> fedex expected to ship 290
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million packages. 26million more than last year's record. this means 150,000 new seasonal jobs at just fedex and ups to say nothing of retailers. tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. a bay area tour bus guide goes on a racist rant. the company's response to the troubling video. >> a chp officer accused of arresting a woman and stealing pictures from her phone. how the victim discovered that her privacy was violated. >> detective air bags, why the risk to drivers may be greater depending on where they live.
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ad dally accident in the
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crosswalk -- a deadly accident in the crosswalk involving a tour bus ask a city worker. >> paul chambers is live with how it happened and how dangerous the crosswalk could be. >> we all walk across it, people usually don't stop but right now it is wide open with people. this is the area where the woman was walking across the street and later died. >> saddened. she passed away. it could have been any of us. >> going to lunch and sometimes the cars don't stop. >> reporter: it was in this crosswalk outside san francisco city hall that a woman who worked in the office was hit by a vehicle. san francisco police responded to the accident. >> this was a call of a traffic collision involving a tour bus that struck a pedestrian in the crosswalk.
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>> reporter: this is a high traffic area for pedestrians and vehicles. you can see the crosswalk is marked with white streets and signs. after 11:00 a.m. this morning the woman who had the right of way lost her life as she crossed the street. people say safety is a huge concern and they want something do. >> i would like it see a signal light because it is sad. very sad. touched my heart. >> reporter: i will tell you the mayor offed his condolences and people are still investigating it. they have to talk to people on board the bus and i talked to the controller's office but no one would make a comment. paul chambers ktvu channel 2 news. >> it is very clearly marked, are police doing anything in response to what happened today? >> reporter: within the last half hour police have been pulling over, you can see the officer, he is between the
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cars, people who have been blowing through the intersections have been pulled ov, stopped -- over, stopped because police are ramped up the control because it is something that -- as you can see many people are walking right now and this car buzzing through. that is illegal. so that issue right there that we are looking at, this woman is doing the same thing is the problem police are not taking any chances with and doing a major crack down this afternoon. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. a recall of cars with detective air bags is being expanded to include 7.8 million vehicles. the national transportation safety board identified 10 car manufacturers who use the air bags. those air bags have the special
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to spray passengers with metal fragments when deployed. car owners should act immediately to replace detective air bags, especially people who live in humid climates. for more information on which makes and models are effected go to robin william's daughter is showing off a new tattoo that honors her father's spirit. she posted this picture to instagram today. it shows a hummingbird and her father's birthday. he died in august at his home. she said i will always put my hand out to shake with a smile. as far as the significance of the bird, i know for a private memorial friends and family passed out bracelets that had a picture of a hummingbird. >> he seemed so happy, so funny
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and yet there was stuff going on that none of us knew about. let's talk about our weather now and bring in our meteorologist mark tamayo, our chief meteorologist bill martin is off. >> a few high clouds today. we have been tracking the rainfall, there was a chance but the action is focused to the north. it shows up nicely here on live storm tracker 2. clouds and rain to the north and the dry conditions and the warm conditions to the south. here is a look at live storm tracker 2. showing you shower activity. a few showers to the north of cloverdale. pop up cells. as far as current numbers out there, mild for your thursday afternoon. lots of 70s out towards livermore. 76 degrees san jose. san francisco downtown upper 60s and napa lower 70s.
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for tonight we have this, scattered high clouds but lots of breaks in the clouds. especially south of the golden gate bridge. the bay bridge, looking towards san francisco, there is a breeze out there with winds around 10-12 miles per hour. tomorrow partly cloudy skies. breezy, mild. the weekend we are tracking saturday rainfall -- saturday rainfall. sunday we will clear out the clouds. over night lows tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies. especially near the coast and temperatures to start out your morning in the low 50s. here is the weather pattern once again. the main action is north to of the bay area. clear skies to the south. there frontal system off shore. with that partly cloudy skies, you get the southerly flow and it brings up the temperatures. tomorrow back up into the mid- 70s. and rain returns on saturday. especially for the morning hours. and the chance of isolated
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thunderstorms. rainfall amounts could be a quarter inch in the south bay, an inch for the north bay hills. low clouds and fall tomorrow. partly cloudy skies. and 5:00 a.m. saturday morning, 9:00 a.m. it moves to the south and east. watching the weather in san francisco for the world series on saturday. tomorrow looks good. look at this activity to the north after first pitch. this will spread to the south. there is the chance of scattered showers for game 4 at at&t park, especially for the last few innings and sunday will be dry. highs for tomorrow, lots of 70s. mild out there. and the wind speeds pick up 10- 20 miles per hour. san jose 76 degrees. san francisco forecast high of 73. and your five-day forecast with breezy conditions and warm conditions for your friday. rain showers especially for saturday morning, once again
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for saturday night and cooler on sunday but the systems over the past week, very week. this one much stronger. >> what do you think, saturday afternoon bring a rain coat to the game? >> definitely plan on it. there will be lots of breaks, especially by 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. >> thank you. a hero today for stopping a gunman in his tracks. >> the special recognition for a canadian sergeant and what we learned about the man who opened fire inside canadian parliament. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> coming up in a city filled with hot spots, lights became an draw, what is needed to keep it going and a farm is raided, the
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allegations in what animal rights activists are calling on the farm to do now. these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m.
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safeguards against prescription drug abuse. and holds the medical industry accountable for mistakes. i'm barbara boxer. let's save lives. vote yes on 46. . kevin vickers is called a hero by the canadian parliament. the 58-year-old sergeant is credited with shooting and killing the gunman who opened fire yesterday inside the apartment building -- the parliament building in ottawa. canadian parliament was back in
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session today. the prime minister spoke during the session and pledged to toughen security laws. >> we will not run scared. we will not panic. and as for the business of government, here we are, in our seats, in the heart of the democracy -- [ cheers and applause ] >> he wants to make it easier for the government to watch suspicious people. the police released new video of the gunman. it shows him with a rifle, right there, running towards the national war memorial where he shot and killed a guard there. according to police he acted alone but they say he does have connections with islamic extremists who have radical views and he applied for a passport for travel to the
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middle east. >> information suggesting he had associations with an individual who is known to us. i can confirm that he was not one of the high risk travelers. >> he was born in canada and converted to islam. his parents released a statement sending condolences. his mother said she is crying for the victim of the shooting, not her son. new information tonight about the man who was arrested for climbing over the white house fence last night. the suspect's father says his son has mental illness and won't take his medications. the man is 23-year-old dominic adesanya of maryland. dominic adesanya was arrested on the north lawn of the white house after being subdued by secret service dogs. dominic adesanya was also arrested back in july for climbing over a security
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barrier and was taken into custody again for refusing to leave the treasury building. chp officer under arrest for taking nude photos off of a woman's cell phone. and we will outline how the arrest turned into an invasion of privacy and how the woman found out about it. >> the logistics of putting on a world series. >> and san francisco's fire chief sits down with the very people who want her out of her job.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> ktvu obtained a such warrant that outlines how a woman discovered the officer who booked her stole private photos from her cell phone. a chp is under investigation tonight after allegations that he sent private photographs of a woman he arrested from her cell phone to his. the contra costa county district attorney hasn't announced if he will be facing charges. ktvu's cristina rendon is live with more. is there any indication she isn't the only victim? >> reporter: yes, there is.
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we spoke with the prosecutor who says they are looking into multiple victims, women who have been arrested and had photos sent to the cell phone of the officer. >> reporter: this home is at the center of a scandal involving a chp sean harrington. a search warrant shows investigators took a cell phone, a computer and a tablet containing six photos of a woman he arrested in august. the woman jailed for driving under influence says he took her cell phone and asked for the password. it wasn't till after she was released she noticed the photos were forwarded. the search showed the number belonged to sean harrington. her attorney calls it a violation of public trust. >> she has no idea where the
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photographs are. who has seen them. who retransmitted the photographs and when they may or may not appear at any time throughout her life. >> reporter: documents confirm they were forwarded while she was jail. they are investigating additional similar cases. so far, though, they are only investigating this one officer. >> law enforcement officers are human beings like everybody else. they are sworn to uphold the law but sometimes like all human beings they fall short of what they are supposed to do. it happens. and it happened in this case. >> a decision on whether or not charnels will be filed will be announced next week. the chp says sean harrington
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has been assigned to administrative duties. cristina rendon, ktvu channel 2 news. [ music ] and this time tomorrow night the giants and the royals will be on the field in the middle of the first inning for game three of the world series. >> this afternoon both teams are getting a work out on the field. the giants are taking batting practice right now and we got to hear from tim hudson. he had a great career but after 16 seasons this will be his first start in a world series game. he has been on teams that made the playoffs 7 different times but never to the world series. he has 214 career wins wins and he can't wait to pitch tomorrow night. >> what everybody hopes for throughout their career. it is a bigger stage but at the end of the day it is the same game we have played our whole
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lives. and, you know, just going out there and controlling the emotions. >> at 39 years old he is the oldest player on the giants roster. he seems to be having a ton of fun. >> with thousands of visitors the pressure is on for local businesses to keep the good times flowing. today all the people in charge of food, drinks and lodging are working in over drive. ktvu's tom vacar joins us live around at&t park with a look at the effort to make the world series a winner off the field. tom? >> think about this, to be at the action or near the action, a good size town is going to come down here south of the bay bridge. the point of that, the local businesses simply could not be happier. >> reporter: the record attendance at at&t park, 44,000
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came 4 years ago. that is the population of the east bay city of dublin, a huge population to provide to for three straight days. add to that the bars and restaurants around the park and you have a major problem supplying all of them. at the center of it all deep inside the park, the company that keeps the food and drinks flowing at the park is working non-stop. >> the movement of the amount of product to -- throughout the stadium, to get things stocked, to get things staffed. >> reporter: before the first fan arrives it takes 1200 people to make sure the park is ready for play. >> big change is merchandise. the t-shirts, the hats. >> reporter: before the staff gets onite toom sell it goes --
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onite toom sell it goes through security. -- one item to sell it goes through security. at the lounge it will be standing room only this weekend. >> we are still stocking up, preparing around the clock and everybody is on schedule. >> reporter: next door at the pizza shop they expect a huge increase in orders. >> maybe like 44%. >> crazy. a lot of fun. >> reporter: yes, pallet after pallet after pallet of toilet paper. tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. [ laughter ] >> and our coverage of game three of the world series starts tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. with live team coverage from at&t park. we will have reporters all over the area. the first pitch is at 5:00 p.m. and then stay with us after the game for post game coverage on
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through the 10:00 p.m. news. holding a suspicious looking bottle a tour guide launches into a tirade in san francisco. what her employer had to say about it. >> the sports medicine strategy that may give the giants an edge in the world series game. >> and the fire chief sits down with the people when want her to resign. the face to face meeting to address a crisis.
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homicide detectives are investigating a deadly shooting today. police responded to a shots spotter alert at 3:30 a.m. this morning on 29th avenue. the victim is a 28-year-old woman and police told us the shooting was not random. san francisco fire chief had a sit down meeting with several employee groups who are calling for her resignation. the leaders of half a dozen groups met with the chief to hash out their differences. afterwards it seemed it fell short of bridging the gap. >> they are entitled their
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opinion. i have received a lot of support. >> it is a collective will by a majority of the membership that is time for -- it is time for new leadership. >> they plan to hire an independent auditor to critique the chief. mayor ed lee backed her and said she handled her job well. the fire department has a new tool to spot fires. remote wildfire cameras have been installed on four peaks. the cameras use algorithms to detect changes caused by smoke. if smoke is detected they alert a dispatcher to the location. the bay area gets a look at a rare phenomenon. the partial solar eclipse just in case you missed it and tell you how long it will be till the next one. >> you know how you feel when you haven't had enough sleep,
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why the giants hired a special doctor. >> and a few high clouds but i am tracking another weather. the timing of the heaviest down pours in the weekend forecast and thunderstorm chances.
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governor jerry brown is asked -- governor jerry brown is asked to return thousands of dollars donated by the tobacco industry. it comes from the american
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cancer society that is challenging all politicians to refuse taking money from big tobacco. they donated $26,000 to the campaign and the committee for prop one and two have accepted $100,000. >> taking money from tobacco industry legitimizes a public health menace. >> we have a call into governor jerry brown's campaign but no one has told us whether he plans to return the donations. cell phones took in a southern california prison are helping domestic violence survivors in the bay area. more than 200 cell phones from the prison have been donated to the san jose based next door solution to domestic violence group. a prosecutor from the district
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attorney arranged the donation. they expect to raise $2,500 through the sale of the phones. the giants arrived back home at at&t park this afternoon after a flight from kansas city kansas city where the royals took a over night flight and landed earlier this morning. in the past the giants might have come back in the early morning hours. ktvu's john fowler is explaining why the team is doing that could give the giants a little bit of an advantage. >> reporter: that's right. many teams use experts to give them that competitive advantage. the giants hired a sleep doctor and that may give them an edge. >> reporter: royals players got on a red eye to the bay area. giants players were told to relax and hit the sack.
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>> it is a two hour time difference. not as critical but hopefully our fastballs are faster. >> reporter: he says everybody can relate. you feel better if you get good sleep. >> it makes you think better. i think you perform better that way. well rested. >> the giants began consulting a sleep doctor in 2010, advising when to send players to bed and what time to travel. >> it is working. it is working. three world series in five years. something is right. >> the world series can last 7 games over 10 years and two time zones. sleep is critical to athletic recovery. >> the body needs oreplenish itself -- to replenish itself. >> reporter: and fans know sleep is a big deal. >> man, you feel sluggish and tired. i am glad they are taking care
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of themselves. go giants. >> the royal's body clocks are set for two hours later than bay area time so game time may feel like 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. there is a slight statistical advantage for west coast teams playing night games at home and that advantage may increase in extra innings. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. makes sense to me. >> every little thing helps. our weather now, our chief meteorologist bill martin is off. meteorologist mark tamayo is filling in. there is a slight chance for rain on saturday night? >> we will have rain saturday morning and scattered showers saturday night. we can't go dry yet but something we will be watching. we feel all the pressure in the world to get this right but tomorrow looks great. as far as right now, live storm tracker 2, clouds favoring the
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northern half of the bay area. the rain, not much in the way of showers right now. a few cells approaching sonoma county, north of cloverdale. i saw rain report two hours ago. live camera towards san francisco bay. haze. the high clouds from today beginning to thin out. san jose right now 72. oakland 70. and napa 71. mild for your thursday afternoon. the main storm track is targeting northern california for tomorrow. it will be dry. partly cloudy skies. our next frontal system will be off shore but it will generate the southerly flow, it will be mild out there. tomorrow is the warmest day of the weekend. saturday rain returns. and there is a chance of a few pop up thunderstorms by mid- morning, early portion of the afternoon. tomorrow is dry.
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look what happens saturday morning. 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. at first pitch for game four of the world series on saturday we are expecting dry conditions but throughout the game you can see this cell moving in from the north so we can't rule out scattered showers. sunday looks great as the weather system moves out. games three, four, five, saturday, sunday -- friday, saturday, sunday. sunday partly cloudy skies, but friday the warmest day, lower 70s. friday, santa rosa 74. richmond 72 degrees. oakland lower 70s. inland upper 70. san jose 76. san francisco 73 degrees. your five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view tomorrow a few high clouds.
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rain showers into saturday. cooler on sunday. and by monday we will be talking about a world series win -- i don't want to jinx that. i won't. i heard an interview with steve perry, he was saying that song was created in the bay area so all the stadiums play that but it is -- [ music playing ] >> it is being played over and over. >> i remember that as a bay area song. >> thank you. did you see it? there was a partial solar eclipse today. part of the sun started to disappear about 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. there were several viewing parties. people were provided with the proper eye protection for viewing the partial solar eclipse. this happens when the moon passes between the earth and the sun and there will be a total solar eclipse next year
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on march 20, 2015. and a common tarry insulting a bay area famous neighborhood all caught on video. >> your parade [ bleep ] -- >> the demand for an apology after a tour bus guide goes on a racist rant in the city. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> coming up, airport security just got a lot faster in the south bay, the new program that started today that could allow you to breeze through the check point and time is winding down to save a tourist attraction. we will show you what is needed to keep the lights moving on this giant art project. these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m. look at all these children. they all lost their lives because of
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preventable medical errors, now the third leading cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to make sure impaired doctors don't treat someone you love.
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safeguards against prescription drug abuse. and holds the medical industry accountable for mistakes. i'm barbara boxer. let's save lives. vote yes on 46. [ music ] san francisco giants back in town, back on the field at at&t park. we just got this tape into the news room. giants took to the field. you saw them there. the panda. we know hunter pence has been doing batting practice. giant back at home gearing up for game three at this time tomorrow right here at at&t park. i hope they are feeling feeling good. they should be well arrested. we will see -- rested. we will see what they can do.
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unemployment benefits rose last week after hitting a 14 year low the week before. the levels indicate employers are confident to keep employees. 283,000 people applied for unemployment benefits last week. that is up 17,000. applications fell 19% in the past year. tour guide goes on a tirade and it was all caught on video. ktvu's katy eustis shows us the video and it was so bad we had it bleep out a lot of it. >> okay. when you come to america you have to -- [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: san francisco is a melting pot of culture but one served up a racist rant. [ bleep ] >> laundry -- >> reporter: it is captured by a cell phone and so laced with
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profanity -- [ bleep ] >> reporter: we can hardly play the recording. >> [ bleep ] [ bleep ] [ bleep ] >> some riders clapped as the bus sped on and the guide spewed more hatred. >> i don't tolerate ignorance and for the people in that tour bus to chap for something like that -- clap for something like that, unbelievable. >> reporter: her message far from a public service announcement. >> this is a horrible place to live. if you are considering moving to san francisco, although this is the cheapest neighborhoods, do not live here. >> you have a right to say what you have to say. >> reporter: freedom of speech is a right but investigators are looking into the brown
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bottle the guide appears to be drinking for. there is one bright spot in the recording. a message the whole city can support. >> go giants. >> the ceo of the bus company apologized but did not identify the employee. he writes on -- i apologize to the residents of for the conduct of a former employee. in san francisco, katy eustis, ktvu channel 2 news. now at 6:00 p.m. a farm with ties to food markets accused of animal cruelty. >> back to the bay area, a police escort leads the giants into at&t park 90 minutes ago and we are there as they got off the bus and hit the fields. >> another tourist destination in a city filmed with them.
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this was a quit hit and tonight it could be in its final days on the bay bridge. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> an animal rights activists makes recordings at a duck farm in the north bay and now that farm is under investigation for possible animal cruelty. good evening. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. >> a veterinarian who was part of the sheriff's department search of the farm tells ktvu channel 2 news he didn't see anything wrong. new at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's rob roth spoke with animal rights activists and the veterinarian when joins us live prom petaluma. rob? >> reporter: the duck farm is in a rural part. the sheriff's department said its investigation is ongoing. an investigation that was launched by under cover video that many may find disturbing to watch. >> reporter: the video shoshows
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ducks falling -- shows ducks falling, having their beaks burned and deprived water and veterinarian care. >> we are calling on the district attorney office to press charges against the duck farm and its owners for allowing this cruelty to continue. >> the organization says it showed the video the -- video to the sheriff's department. so far they have made no arrests. >> very, very clean facility. there is not animal cruelty at all. >> investigators asked the veterinarian to accompany them on the search. he found no evidence of wrong doing and says this about the video. >> some of those chicks that were documented out of thou


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