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clear how he wound up in the lanes. investigators aren't sure if he tried to run across the freeway or if he may have fallen from the overpass. a special traffic alert was issued at 1:00 this morning. while the white three lanes were shut down for the investigation. all lanes reopened just after two. the hunt for a san jose murder suspect is now state-wide. police are looking for 25-year-old juan ramirez, who is wanted in friday's fatal stabbing of his ex-girlfriend abc7 news reporter lisa amin guleziana has the story. >> reporter: they arrived with crosses and condolences. they are mourning the loss of their friend and family member, sandra gonzales. the young mother was stabbed to death a few feet from her home on north first street. now the manhunt is on for juan ramirez, the ex-boyfriend.
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>> he's apparently been trying to talk our victim for the last double years, multiple encounters with the police, reporting this type of activity. >> they said she lived here with her ten-year-old son she was outside a few feet away in the parking lot when ramirez stabbed her, stabbing her in the head and arms. >> held her head up, kept pressure on it and i said who did this? can you give me a name, any name? she couldn't really talk. >> ramirez ran away and police in the s.w.a.t. team surrounded the area. a door to door search led nowhere. during that time dents were told to stay in their homes. lowell was in his apartment for three hours. he knew her, but he didn't know about her ex-boyfriend. >> she was nice to people and for me, i had no trouble or didn't see anybody. >> ramirez they believe is driving this green pickup truck to mexico. detectives admit what happened yesterday is not only sad, but frustrating.
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>> she was doing all of the right things. she was contacting the police department, she was reporting these crimes, she was pulling out restraining orders trying to protect herself from this individual. it's very unfortunate that this happened. >> and this was san jose's tenth homicide of the year. in san jose, lisa amin guleziana, abc7 news. it has resumed in marysville where two people were killed at the raceway last weekend. a 14-year-old boy was laid to rest in a private ceremony yesterday. a public memorial is planned for this afternoon. flags were flown at half staff. and 68-year-old dale wonder gem of grass valley. both were killed when a car flew flew off the track in warmups. stands filled the stands last night in support of the victim and the sport. >> it's a real close family between all these racers. we love coming here and watching this and what happened last
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weekend is bad. but it's great everybody is here and they are still rating. >> last weekend's crash is still under investigation, but list say mechanical failure in the race car appears to be the likely cause. >> this morning a victim who was culled unconscious from a house fire last night in san francisco is in the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the fire broke out in the diamond heights neighborhood shortly after 9 last night. a charred mattress was left in the street. flames were put putt quickly and the fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of the fire. >> a san francisco club is closed this weekend of a yesterday morning's shooting that left three people wounded. it happened at 330 rich nightclub in south beach. one man remains in critical condition. witnesses say dozens of shots were fired by one or more gunmen after an altercation. police collected more than 50 pieces of evidence from the crime scene that screeched from inside the club, up the alley, to a parking lot on bran
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nonstreet. the stay entertainment commission ordered the club closed for the remainder of the weekend. san leandro police are investigating the city's first homicide of the year. authorities say a man was killed friday night when he tried to defend his mother-in-law. the wnman was unloading her car on arbor way around 9:30 when someone tried to rob her. her 33-year-old son-in-law was shot while trying to help her. police are looking for two suspects, possibly a man and woman who drove away in a dark-colored sedan. >> for the second time this month santa clara county paid cash for weapons. a gun buy back was held yesterday morning at an airport in san jose. people lined up early and turned in guns they no longer wanted and got cash. >>ner use it. but i didn't want to take that chance getting angry and using it. so it's a good time to turn it in and make a profit. >> whereas last year we finally reached the level of twelve guns, this year we've now gone
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over 500 guns. just in this event alone. >> $100 was given forehand guns and rifles. $200 for assault-type weapons. more than 1100 weapons were turned in at the buy back three weeks ago. also new this morning a mural memorializing the victims of the 2010 san brunette to no gas explosion victims is finished ask it will be dedicated today. the wall at bethany presbyterian church shows healing from the pain from the gas line explosion that killed 8 people in the neighborhood. 38 homes were destroyed. volunteers and painters came together to add to an existing painted. it shows healing waters and a rainbow of hope. it take place right after this morning's palm service. >> thinking of which pope francis has just finished giving his first palm sun mass at the vatican.
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he celebrated in st. peter's square before thousands waving branches. it is the start of holy week ceremonies which lead up to easter sunday, the most important day on the christian calendar. pope francis wore a bright red rope over a white as he presided over mass. the first latin-american pope was elected on march 13th following pope benedict xvi's resignation. >>. >> and they came to walk in the footsteps of jesus. palm sunday marks the day christ returned to jerusalem before his crucifixion will crowds greeted him waving palm branches. the faithful did it today. it is the sight where people believe jesus was resurrected. we are coming up on 5:09. just now in a few seconds, lisa argen keep an eye on the forecast. how will it look out there today? >> nice and clear. another beautiful day.
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look at the full moon. almost full. this is 90% full. actual full moon comes on wednesday, the 27th. so 7:07 is the official sunrise. we will talk about more sunshine. but things are definitely changing. come back and we will look at an interesting forecast when we return. >> thanks, lisa. also next lights went out across the world. why the power went out on the bay bridge, the golden gate bridge, and other landmarks across the globe. also a warning for shoppers. well, you better check out that new ipad before you leave the store. the unwanted surprise some the unwanted surprise some buyers arelet's play:
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♪ you really see all you can do ♪ ♪ ♪ the best part of wakin' up ♪ is folgers in your cup good welcome back, everyone. thanks so much for joining us on this sunday morning. you are look live from our sutro cam over san francisco. a clear morning, 48 degrees right now. it will warm up into the low 60s today and be mostly sunny. lisa argen will have your full forecast, including what's going on in oakland for this morning's running festival. good luck runners! a full marathon kicking off at 7:30 this morning. president obama is back in the white house this morning following his four-day trip to
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the middle east. the president met with the leaders of israel, jordan and the palestinian authority during his visit in what has been hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough. he persuaded israel to apologize to turkey for a commando raid three years ago that killed nine activists. the debate in washington over guns, same-sex marriage and immigration rages on. coming up on "this week" it's a clash of the titans. the powerhouse round table takes on the issue. don't miss abc's "this week" with george stephanopoulos right here at 8:00 on abc7. the lights are back on across the bay this morning after they went out for an hour last night on purpose. it was part of a global effort to encourage people to think about conservation. abc7 news reporter centering joaquin tonna has the details onert earth hour.
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>> 1:30 the demand towers of the golden gate bridge went dark, the art installation on the bay bridge went dark and san francisco city hall went dark. at least one person came to the civic center came to the area to see it. >> i was walking in the area and wanted to see it. it was kind of cool. >> it was all part of earth hour. >> it reminds us all of the issues of sustainability. >> because of programs like the city's recent ban on plastic shopping bags, efforts to promote solar energy and the city's comprehensive composting program, this year san francisco was named earth hour city capital for the u.s. i talked to ceo randy from singapore. >> save money by cutting the power you are using and make your city a better place to live in, which is pretty much what san francisco has done. >> and san francisco joined other cities around the world with lights out. at 8:30 local time in sidney, australia, they threw the switch on the harbor bridge.
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in tokyo japan the tech yeah tower went dark and the house of london the lights went out. this is to encourage the public to do the same. >> we actually were hoping that people might think about earth hour, hour by hour every day. >> abc7 news. if you are planning on buying an ipad you might want to make sure you are actually getting an ipad. several fake tablets have been sold to unsuspecting customers at legitimate stores. a massachusetts woman said the one she bought from a boston wal-mart was really a plastic cube shaped like an ipad. she did eventually get a refund. best buy have had similar incidents. the theory is scammers are dealing the ipads and replacing them with fakes. the slide at devil's slide
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officially opens. it's more than just a close of a highway 1 construction project. it marks the end of 74 years of crumbling cliff, highway closers that sometimes lasted for months. there will be celebrations in two places starting at is 11:50 tomorrow morning, half moon bay and the other side of the tunnel. but don't on driving through the tunnellal after the morning commute. it may be spring but winter still has a firm grip on much of the united states n denver, colorado travelers were stopped cold by a majorror yesterday. nearly 50 cars, including a semi truck, were involved. the truck caught on fire. white out conditions closed down more than 150 of interstate 70 from denver to kansas and dozens of flights were cancelled out of denver's airport. what a mess and just another
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reason to be great full we live where we do. >> it's been so quiet here. werdann looking at subtle changes after the weekend. and then looks like maybe next weekend we could see some. right now live doppler 7hd, nothing on it. we are looking at our sweep on top of mount saint helinew. the sun is up at 7:307 and setting at 7:26. it's 12 hours 18 minutes of day light. we will see some extra clouds beginning tomorrow into the first couple case of the work week, but several systems not strong enough to push through this ridge, but there is a cut off low by the end of the week that could make things interesting around here. so a couple days until the full moon out there. so it's pretty clear and nice. 41 santa rosa, 40 napa. good morning, fairfield. 44 for you. down to 39 in livermore and 46 in hayward. another vantage point from our roof camera. and it has been pretty quiet with not much change over the past several days. even several weeks. it looks like certainly things
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changing in the next couple of days. in fact, as we all get ready for maybe spring break or easter, it could be wet into the upcoming weekend. 15 oakland, 46 san carlos with 36 in half moon bay. we really need any rain we could get. this morning we are clear and cool. a few patches of fog by half moon bay. numbers chilly there in the 30s. we are looking at just a couple hundred feet of some of the low cloudiness. that will bring more sunshine this afternoon. but we are looking at occasional high clouds and the rain chances increase by the end of the week. so high pressure has remained off the coast and there is a couple weak systems that will drop down from the north. but i noted before, i'm not going to make much headway except for increasing clouds. our flow is going to turn more on show tomorrow w a few increasing clouds and that on shore push, we will be cooler to start the work week but today we are staying really mild once again with temperatures above normal in some spots. still a few 70s around the
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bay. and a few areas of cirrus from time to time, but another beautiful day and the warmest and sunniest of the next seven days really continues with today. but state-wide, look how mild and warm it is from north to south. 57 in the northern sierra with 64 in yosemite and in los angeles numbers in the upper 60s. at our coast really not bad. it could get pretty gusty and breezy this time of year and actually it will by the first couple of days of the upcoming work week. then with the increasing clouds, temperatures definitely going to be cooler than what we felt this weekend. highs today around the bay, 62 in san francisco with mid-60s on the peninsula, upper 60s. so very similar to yesterday. san jose 70 in napa. the cool 50s remain from half moon bay, 70 concord and as we look ahead you notice the numbers come down each and every day with increasing clouds, especially come bertuzzi and wednesday. a slight stance of showers but as we get into the rest of the work week you see we are not
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only adding the clouds and cooler days and the likelihood of rain. over in the east bay today albany beach cleanup is underway. and also that oakland running festival. it should be a nice afternoon for that. but back home here we are another great weather resource for you to follow. that's live doppler 7hd on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions. rain or shy get video forecast, spare the air alerts, and power outages and weather tweets from your weather team. things are thank youing. it's time. we will need that doppler on twitter. >> right. >> coming up next, nothing too fancy but it is written history. the story behind this engagement the story behind this engagement ring when we return. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad
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a chance. >> it's not a case of natural selection at all, it's a matter of humans interfering with the natural process for these animals. >> either way it's pupping season. 19 elephant seals are here already, more on the way in distress from as far away as southern california. >> barbara coordinates the process. a challenging one based on some of the comments they clerked from would-be rescuers. >> he's digging his own grave. >> we've had that, too. elephant seals bow on the beach to put sandoval on their back. >> mom left them a while. she nurses them for 28 days on the beach and then she takes off. it's called a hard wean and the babies have to figure out what to do from there. >> which leads to a process called fish school n this case sheri is teaching an elephant seal to chase and then eat
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herring. >> ant malneeds to know fish is what he is interested in. right now they don't understand that. >> sheri is a patient woman until she hears a bated question. >> what do you say to the herring sympathizers. >> we want 20,000 pounds, please. >> if you do see one of these animals on the beach, don't go up and pet them. they are only cute until they bite you. call the marine mammal center. they have 200 volunteers that are ready to come out and assess the situation. from fort baker in marin county, wayne freedman, abc7 news. anyone out there who thinks they have been on the world worst date, you have to hear what happened. >> this woman's date started out fine and went for a walk in the woods. they heard a rustling in the bushes and a man jumped out with a large wife.
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the woman took off running, went over a cliff. as police arrived the other man emerged with cuts on his arm. the rooms were suspiciously shallow and the man admitted he staged the attack to rescue and impress her. but she was in the impressed. >> could have easily broken something going off of the cliff so i was definitely upset. if you want to impress somebody, impress them with the good things you can do. have a good job, have a good education, buy them flowers. >> police say they decided not to charge him with a crime since he admitted to being behind the fake attack. the engagement ring napoleon game to the woman who become emporess is for sale. it's being auctioned off in paris today. it may look a little
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unimpressive but they say napoleon scraped and scrounged together to buy the ring as he was a young officer and not at all rich at the time. they have always been hands on but now they are taking it a step further. >> all we do is touch our hands together and it makes a musical note. >> next, an exclusive inside look at how they are tinkering with the whole
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>> welcome back, everyone. it's 5:30 ask we are starting this half-hour off with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, katie. hi, everyone. from emeryville another quiet start to the day. we saved the best weather, the fair skies and warmest temperatures for the rest of the weekend. today very little fog. just a little bit around half moon bay. numbers dropping into the low 30s, upper 40s towards napa. but we are look agent a sunny and mild afternoon. temperatures may be cominga degree or two. the winds will be light. by tonight that sea breeze returns. it will get breezy at the coast and that begins the changes that will head our way for the upcoming work week. we will look at that. and talk about the cooling temperatures with the probability of rain coming our way. katie. >> lisa, thank you. lots of road closers and parking restrictions this morning for the fourth annual oakland
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running festival. it gets underway at 7:30. you are look at the course on this map for the full 26.2-mile marathon which starts at snow park. there is also a half-marathon and a 5k. for more information go to our website and click on see it on tv. and for help navigating around any traffic detour you might come across you can download our exclusive ways traffic app. it's free on apple's app store and also from google play. >> oakland city officials are continuing their community outreach to help fight crime. a fifth town hall meeting was held yesterday at bb memorial cathedral on telegraph avenue. city leaders listened to people's concerns and posed questions of their own. the police chief jordan said it's a massive effort to partner with the people of oakland in the interest of public safety. >> reaching out to the community and having them be a part of our
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community, being part of the police department so we can let people know what's going on and how they, the community, can help take ownership of some of the problems that are taking place in oakland. >> the final meeting in the series is scheduled for april 27th. new this morning striking musician was the san francisco symphony will pick up their instruments today to perform a youth orchestra concert. their strike is dragging into its second week now with multiple events being cancelled. that's after eight months of contract talks failed to produce an agreement. musicians, even cancelled performances at the prestigious carnegie hall and the kennedy center. but this afternoon they will perform at san francisco's davie's symphony hall for the kids. they decide today do so because they work with youth orchestra members at mentors. >> a fireball that lit up the sky over the eastern seaboard is now raising questions how
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prepared the country is to deal with meteor strikes. cameras from new england to florida caught video of the meteor friday night. it was only about the size of a refrigerator so no problem there, but it comes just a month after a much larger meteorite crashed into a russian village and there are more that size on the way. >> in russia it it was a large astroid maybe 50 or 60 feet across and it detonated in the atmosphere almost like a nuclear bomb but without the radiation. >> the number of undetected city killers is very large. it's in the range of 10,000 or more. >> better detection of these events could enter help us evacuate target areas, as well as one day even redirect their path. san francisco's brand new exploratorium opens april 17th. abc7 is the exploratorium's official tv partner with exclusive access to the historic science museum. this morning abc7 news anchor
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dan ashley shows us a behind the scenes look at how the exploratorium is taking hands on to a whole new realm. >> the new exploratorium is on pirro 15 at the san francisco's waterfront. the building has been renovated and the scramble is on to get the exhibits finished. a lot of that work is being done here in the machine shop but one big change for the new exploratorium is that in the past the focus was on exhibit made by the staff. that's what these guys are doing. but in the new building there is an entire gallery dedicated toughie'stors, to give them the chance to go right in there and make things for themselves. this is the future home of what's called the tinkering studio. it's a concept the exploratorium tried out last year at the old building with a cozy make it yourself space and several huge events where people reconnect with how things work. no right or wrong, just tools, supplies, and imagination. it was a huge hit. >> you learn and think
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differently when you are constructing things. >> karen wilkinson is director of the tinkering studio. karen and her staff are very busy are collecting a wild collection of interesting gadgets to get your creative juices flowing. this table is full of parts you would find inside things. >> inside of toys and school alarms. this one is a doorbell from my house, my old house. >> tinkerer ryan jenkins showed me some of the crazy contraptions that will be on display for inspiration. >> this is a scribbling machine which is something we make with kids. basically a motor, a battery and little piece of glue. when you turn it on it vibrates around and these markers draw a pattern on the piece of tape. it scribe else. >> the centerpiece of the new gallery is a giant clock still not quite finished. it's covered with tiny tinkerers, and it's work away to get creators into the mood. and check out with electrified bench that uses a tiny computer
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and a body to make music. >> show me how it works. >> we will put our hands on the arm rests and all we do is touch our hands together and it makes a musical note. that note is because electricity is flowing through our bodies right now. >> our hands are actually completing the electricali% circuit. >> less touching is a lower note. more touching makes it higher. >> the idea is to get people to experiment. >> where people can give each other high-fives or even kiss and make the connection. >> we are not going to -- >> no, we don't have to do that on tv. >> but we are holding hands. >> yes. that's fine. >> love that. abc7 is the official tv partner of the exploratorium and we are, sighted about the opening of the new location on the embarcadero. again, that's april 17th. mark your calendar. over the next several weeks we will bring you exclusive access and the first look at the new exploratorium here on abc7 news. now we have developing news.
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in san francisco police have arrested several people suspected of being a tagging crew. we are told they will face felony charges. career kira klapper is live with the details. kira. >> good morning, katie. this big garage door behind me is where the crew of 11 people was just beginning to tag when a neighbor called police about 3:30 this morning and notified them to get down here. you can see they started this sort of outline of a mural with some chulk or marker and they were about to bring out their spray paint kansas and start covering it in when police arrived. we have video to show you of the ten adults and one juvenile who are going to be arrested. they had backpacks with 30 kansas of spray paint inside, large markers and pence. san francisco police say it's an unusual bust for them to make but they are pleased to take steps to put an end to tagging across the city. again, they are current letter i being booked into jail. we are told it will take quite
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some time to process. all of the kansas of spray paint, all the markers, all their belongings and all 11 people but once they are booked they will be charged with felony vandalism and felony conspiracy. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. all right. kira, change you. coming up next, the supreme court is just days away from taking up the debate over proposition 8. we will tell you when the supreme court justices are expected to make a ruling on california's ban on same sex marriages. and let's take a live look outside right now. it's 5:38 on this sunday morning. you are looking live from our hd roof cam at the embarcadero and the bay bridge. it will be nice today, mostly sunny. about 62 degrees in san francisco. lisa argen will have your forecast
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>> on tuesday the highest court in the land takes up the battle over proposition 8. that's the state's voter-approved ban of same-sex marriage. the fight heads to the u.s. supreme court. carolyn tyler has the details. >> it's been an incredible experience and it's turned out to be a historic one. >> chris and perry are one of the two couples behind the lawsuit challenging proposition 8, california's ban on saim sex marriage.
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since the measure's passage in 2008, polls show public sentiment has traumatically shifted. >> i think same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> even president obama supports marriage for the nation's gays and lesbians and his administration has filed a brief an their behalf with the supreme court. >> if we are successful and we prevail and no lower court rulings are reversed and proposition 8 goes away. that will be our goal. we will have reached our objective. it will also send a message to the rest of the country. >> but it will not change the minds of critics like bill may, who campaigned on behalf of prop 8. >> it's not about same-sex marriage, it's about the question of whether marriage should be redefined to eliminate the only institution that has kids with moms and dads. >> we aren't trying to redefine marriage we are trying to have access to marriage. that's what it is about. equal access to an institution
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the american people hold deer. >> they said they feel a sense of honor and responsibility for their role in this historic case. it's unclear if the justices will rule narrowly just on california or make a 50-state decision. both sides are optimistic. >> we are very confident that the court will uphold the will of the voters to define marriage between a man and a to woman. >> the justices are expected to rule by the end ever june. in san francisco, carolyn tyler, abc7 news. >> and carolyn tyler is traveling to 2001, d.c. she will be sitting in court when the supreme court considers proposition 8 and the defense of marriage act. her report begins tuesday. we are coming up at 5:44. lots of stuff going on in the bay area today. we will need some good weather news. >> actually today happens to be one of the nicest days we will see
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see in the next seven because we are starting out relatively clear. here's a look from the sutro camera. we have a few clouds from the coast and the changes come later on today with a stronger on flow shore. then other systems will visit us but we get back to the rest of your weekend when we return. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, the cal bears try to advance to the sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years. but they struggled against syracuse. mike shumann has the highlights
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>> welcome back, everyone. in sports this afternoon the top-seed stanford women bring march madness to maple pavilion when the cardinals host 16 seed tulsa in the ncaa tournament. it off at 2:20. last night the cal men tried to move on to the sweet 16 in the men's bracket but they had to beat syracuse. mike shumann has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. we tip off with the men's ncaa
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tournament. cal facing syracuse where the bears are trying to advance to the sweet 16 for the first time in 16 years but turnovers and a cold shooting night ended that dream. jim boeheim and mike montgomery, two of the best in the business. he led with 18 points. the hits the deep three. 3 of 9 from the field for 8 points. 32-22 syracuse at the half. second half michael carter williams with the lay-up. orange up 10. cal tries to cut into the lead. great bucket by just continue. cal now down 7. but syracuse ice it is. nice passing finish. he had 11, eliminated from the tournament and syracuse advances to the sweet 16 with a six point victory. >> we take it as a learning step. we are going to get better. that's what it's about, getting better and getting experience and understanding what it takes to win games against teams that, you know, have that national notoriety. all right. outside of the top rank and top-seed in the west, gonzaga
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gets bounced on the shockers of wichita state. carle hall, two-handed jam. the three-pointer his and jake white punches it in. state led by 5 at the break. and shocker a season-high 14 threes. fred van fleet sizes it with this one. the upset of top-seed gonzaga, 76-70, your winner. and the cal bears going to their second straight ncaa tournament. brittney hits the three at the buzzer it end the first half. a career high 13 rebounds. cal up 7. the 19 points, easy jumper. cal up 61-48. four of cal's starters reached double digits, drug brandon. she had 17, 12 boards. cal crushes the bulldogs, 90-76. they stop florida in round 2. warriors hosting the wizards in game that should be anything but a "w" for the ducks but it was costly. steph curry goes down with a bum right ankle. warriors back home after a three
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game road trip. big night for klay thompson. he put up 18. bigger night from steph curry. 20 points in the first half. huge 3. puts the warriors up 18 at the half. then the third quarter, curry long pass to andrew bogus. the alley oop. check this out in the fourth. curry rolls his right ankle. doesn't look good. he would leave the game and not return. warriors win. all eyes once again on steph curry's ankle. he said it was fine after the game as they leave the lakers on monday. sharks in minnesota and you know you can't win if you can't score. san jose has the fewest goals in the league this season with only 71 and could not add to that tally yesterday as they got shutout. second straight game sharks get a penalty shot. denied by niklas backstrom. he had 33 saves. second period miko koivu vow finds zach parise. doesn't miss. 1-0 wild. sharks penalty kill the best
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part of their game this season. but they couldn't stop sturgeon. sharks shutout. 2-0, the final. that's the way the ball bounces. we will be back at 5:00. have a great day. >> oh, my poor brackets. >> that's happening all over our house. we are looking at another nice day today. but, you know, be prepared for some changes. especially the cooler weather as we begin the work week. outside right now we are looking at live doppler 7hd. we are looking at the window, we aren't outside. we aren't picking up precip. that's good news for the folks running in the festival today at no park. temperatures there in the upper 60s later on. the albany beach cleanup event today over into the east bay with clear conditions. it should be another beautiful day with a very light sea breeze. but that will be picking up tonight. right any we are looking at just a few patches of fog along the
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coast and that has allowed for the temperatures to drop there. also in our north and east bay we've been slipping into the upper 0s for napa and livermore. fairly typical. 46 in hayward with santa rosa 41 degrees. so it could be cooler there. it's not so that's a nice switch. and from our roof camera. we are will being at mild temperatures in oakland at 50. 46 at the san carlos airport. half moon bay a chilly 36. once again, just a light northeast wind at our coast. and we will see the numbers stop out in the lower 70s around santa cruz. but the on shore breezes pick up tonight and that indicates some changes coming our way. clear and cool to start out with maybe a little bit of fog around the coast. sunny and mild again with occasional high clouds this afternoon. rain chances increase by the end of the week but we will have rain chances as soon as tuesday night. a series of weak weather systems drop down from the gulf of alaska and allow for this ridge to weaken and slide to the east. so the first one not much of an impact. the second one bringing much
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cooler weather on tuesday. increasing the cloud cover. those winds shift to go a stronger on shore component. there will be several of these systems. but it really isn't until the weekend when we are looking at a system that will bring a cut off low to the coast. what that means is that those things are kind of hard to predict but it looks increasingly wet for the end of the work week into saturday and sunday. >> as for highs today, once again in the low to mid-70s up through chico and sacramento. 84 in palm springs. 37 in fresno. really feeling like spring once again. upper 50s in the northern sierra. so looking around the bay, very little change from yesterday to today with 69 in mill pesetas, 72 los gatos. along the peninsula, the cool numbers at the coast. typical there, 58 half moon bay, 66 in redwood city and low 60s returning in san francisco. mostly sunny sky. a few high clouds. we had that yesterday. some of that cirrus from time to time.
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69 in as soon as rosa with mid-60s from berkeley to hayward. you head over the hills, the 70s. a couple of them, low 70s from brentwood and livermore with 69 in pleasanton with a mostly sunny sky. so as we look ahead today, the numbers once again upper 60s to low 70s in the warmest inland valleys. still the cool 60s at the coast. a little cooler tomorrow. increasing clouds tuesday. slight chance of showers into wednesday. that will take us through thursday and notice friday and saturday we are back in the 50s and 60s with a probability of rain increasing right on through the week. maybe not what everybody wants for easter, burr we do need it. >> it's what we need. thank you, lisa. it is the 6th largest power ball jackpot ever and someone won it. coming up, where is the big winner and how much
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from the $11 million super lotto plus draw. it got 4, 11, 21, 26 and 46. the meganumber is 6. nobody correctly picked all six. wednesday night's jackpot is now estimated at $12 million. coming up next at six, pope francis celebrates his first all many sunday mass as a pontiff at the vatican. also we know two local marines were killed in the shootingter virginia marine base. new details about the killser the victims. and the latest on the statewide manhunt on the man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad
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citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> good morning, everyone. it is 6:00 a.m. on sunday. i'm katie marzullo in for carolyn tyler. let's start off with a first quick look at the whether. here's lisa argen. hi there, katie. good morning to you. here's a live look from emeryville where it is clear and we are enjoying temperatures on the cool side. not as cool as it could be. by this afternoon with the clear sky and a few occasional high clouds, it should be another nice mild to warm afternoon. so plenty of sunshine out there. temperatures once again 60s and 70s around the bay. with that light wind along the shoreline. so we will come back and tell you how warm it's going to get today. but the changes begin as soon as tomorrow. in fact, increasing on shore
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flow and a few systems coming in to visit us for the work week ahead, could bring us some rain. >> we will take it. thanks, lisa. investigators in quant toe, virginia has identified the through marines who died thursday in a murder-suicide. shooter and one of the victims is from the bay area. 25-year-old sergeant lopez of pacifica shot two co-workers before killing himself. in a statement his 81-year-old great grandfather the marines told us they were investigating more and that they would let us know. he wasn't the type to do stuff like that. we did contact lopez's family by phone in pacifica and they declined to offer any further comment. one of his victims 19-year-old lance cpl. sarah of oakley. her family asked us not to use any pictures of her and we are honoring that request. sergeant lopez was a machine gunner and instructor at the marine base. on thursday night inside one of


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