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>> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 news an ktvu channel 2. >> an out of control bus slams right into a car. tonight, police say this situation would have been a whole lot worse were it not for the quick action of one passenger. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. a san francisco muni passenger is credited for stopping the out of control bus. the bus he was riding slammed into a car but stopped feet from on coming traffic. deb radio is live in san francisco with that passenger's
heroic action. >> reporter: it was like a slow- motion wreck that witnesses couldn't believe. the bus broad sides a car, jumps that curb and the distance between those two poles on to a grassy median until a passenger finally takes action. >> people were falling on the ground and glass was shattering. we were running into tree. >> reporter: frank was on this muni bus when it collided with a jetta sedan and kept going and going and going. >> i realized we were heading towards fail and we weren't stopping. >> reporter: the jetta careened almost 100 yards against the panhandle. >> it's like a tractor pushing a plow through the grass. >> reporter: people had to jump out of its path. >> the cars kept coming. i'm like, oh, my god, i better get out of here. two of us take our bike and
collide into each other. >> reporter: about that time, frank premis rushed from his seat in the rear to the driver. >> his eyes were open and he was mumbling something. i just put my foot on the brake and stopped it before it went into fail. >> reporter: stopped before crashing into four lanes of traffic. >> i was scared out of my mind. >> either the on coming traffic would stop the bus or somebody had to do it. >> at the time, you don't think about it. you just do it. i'm glad i did something. >> reporter: the bus driver went to the hospital, complaining of back pain. he is the only injury though. the driver of the jetta climbed out uninjured and police say he may be cited for illegally turning in front of the bus. now, frank, by the way, is a medical student at ucsf studying to be a surgeon. it appears that he has the
nerves for it. ktvu channel 2 news. >> petaluma police are asking for your help in finding the man who stole a bike right off of a bus. the bus had stopped at 4th and c streets last morning. you can see a man in a red jack pet black hat taking the $2,500 custom mountain bike off of the public bus rack. anyone with information is asked to call petaluma police. a witness helped police track down a hit and run driver in san jose this evening. robert honda sent in these pictures of a motorcycle that was hit at 7th street near spartan stadium. the person on the motorcycle suffered serious injuries. the witness and a police officer chased down the suspected hit and run driver who was then arrested. family and friends held a vigil to remember a young mother. she was killed when she just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. new at 10:00, maureen is live
in san jose and tells us that the woman died just as her life was beginning to look up. >> reporter: dozens here came to the church to remember this young mother said to be shy and overcoming big hardships while raising her young daughter. more than 100 people came to the church to remember the mother, a 23-year-old san jose mother killed in a freak accident. the family she had been living with wore hawaiian lace to honor her hawaiian heritage to what was an emotional memorial. >> i just loved her so much. >> reporter: the family took her in when she was pregnant, after years in the foster care system. soon she gave birth to her daughter, olivia, who is now 2 years old. ♪[music]
♪ somewhere over the rainbow. ♪ >> reporter: tonight, they sang her favorite song while playing a slide show of her and her daughter. >> we are saddened by the news and to have the baby girl taken away was something. really devastating. >> reporter: this evening a stuffed animal is placed at the intersection of lincoln avenue where she was killed last thursday. she was riding her bike to her new job when two commercial trucks collided. one fell on top of her, pinning her underneath. >> it's sad what they're going through. i'm very happy to help and be here and supportive. it's just awful. >> reporter: san jose city councilman is a friend of the family. >> it's a small town. i think when people have these tragedies, communities pull together to support. in this case, you have an orphaned child. >> reporter: and olivia was not at the memorial tonight. she is living with her
biological grandmother. ktvu channel 2 news. >> a 4-year-old oakland girl is recovering from head injuries after a two-story fall. fire officials say she fell from a window of this home on 23rd avenue in the fruit vail district. it happened about 4:30 this afternoon. a quick acting bystander jumped the fence to help her. he said the child was unconscious but woke up and he held her still until paramedics arrived. she was rushed to children's hospital. doctors say it appears she will be okay. >> a wildfire that raced across santa barbara county forcing hundreds from their homes is now contained. the fire started about 1:30 this afternoon near rice ranch in orchid. that's just south of santa maria. the fire quickly spread. that triggered the evacuation of hundreds of residents. the fire was fully contained at 4:30 after burning 30 acres. it was sparked by an
unpermitted welding operation. they believe this fire was intentionally set by highway 1 and highway 17. this is cell phone video shot from the freeway. the fire started about 3:00 this afternoon and burned about three acres before it was brought under control. one person was injured and taken to the hospital. santa cruz police detained two other people for questioning. >> stock markets plummeted today with news of the stimulus program. news of a slowdown in chinese manufacturing, then it spread around the world. the dow plunged 353 points. nasdaq lost 78 points. losses across the board. bonds, oil prices also fell. if you look at the chart, the dow has been steadily climbing despite the last two days of
losses. it's up about 1600 years for the year. the past two days of losses hurt. >> everything that we know and love about instagram, but it moves. >> users can now shoot 15- second videos and dress them up with filters. there's a stabilization feature to eliminate the shaky shots. one journalist says it's the start of something bigger. >> instagram makes it really easy. we're going to see a lot more video on facebook, and that will lay the video for video adds on facebook. that's what is coming next. >> instagram's video feature is competing with twitter vine that allows users to shoot 6- second videos that run on a loop. >> happening now, a special screening in the bay area about the new movie of the killing of oscar grant. amber lee is there and spoke to the cast, including the actor
who played oscar grant. >> reporter: frank, that's right. we did speak with him. we're in front of the grand lake theater. and the private screening ended just a short while ago. there's a lot of people still here. in addition to the actor, i spoke with the director. an oakland native wrote and directed the film. he now lives in richmond. he says he saw himself in oscar grant, whose life wasn't much different than his own and those of other african-american men that he knows. the film maker says that the killing of grant affected him. >> i see myself in him and my friends. >> reporter: tonight's event was attended by 1,000 people, including grant's family. they tell me the film shows the person that grant was, that he was much more than the unarmed passenger killed by a bart
police officer early new year's day in 2009. he was a loving son and a father of a young daughter. >> i love you. >> i love you too, daddy. >> this is an injustice that occurred and we need to take action. we can't stand for it. i don't want another person to have to go through what i went through. >> reporter: spencer played the mother. she said it was a difficult role but a subject that needed to be addressed. >> it's time for us to have a very needed discussion about our humanity and how we interact with each other. i was thrilled to be a part of it. >> reporter: forest whitaker produced the film. >> i know people that it has happened to. we're familiar with the trayvon martin cases and different issues of injustice. >> reporter: jordan played oscar grant. >> i want them to leave the theater thinking -- start talking to each other, start a conversation about how to treat one another different, regardless of where we are from and the color of our skin.
>> reporter: back here live, there's a memorial for oscar grant in front of the theater. i talked to people after seeing the film, she described it as sad and powerful. fruit vail station opens to the public july 12th. amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we are posting more details about the film, including the trailer and a link to information about the film's official opening on ktvu.com. >> the heat won the championship after defeating the spurs. fans poured out around the streets to party. we have not seen any sign of trouble. coming up later in sports, mark ibanez will have the highlights of game 7. >> there are some big changes coming to one of the worst traffic areas in the south bay. we will tell you why caltrans hopes new commuter lanes will bring much needed relief. >> when it could get wet in
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from the woman's family and detectives. >> reporter: frank, investigators tell me what makes this case so unusual and so frustrating is that they have all the physical evidence that they need, they just don't have a name. up on a wall, he has a photo of his sister silva, the way he wants to remember her. >> she was happy and smiling. >> eric: she says she was 32 years old, a single mother of two who moved to bay point to start over after divorcing. >> she wanted to see her kids happy, have a good life. that's all she wanted. >> in this case, we have a lot of evidence. >> reporter: contra costa sheriff's department bell trans- says six years after the death, the leads have dried up. investigators say sylvia's boyfriend found the body just after midnight inside her home at the river shore apartments
off of willow pass road. >> what we do know is that the suspect at one point jumped out of that balcony. >> reporter: she was stabbed multiple times and bled to death on the floor of her apartment. no sign of forced entry, no sign of sexual assault or robbery. nothing has lead to her kill. >> that is the most frustrating part about the case, is that there was no indication that something was going to happen. >> reporter: reuben sandoval was among the last to see her. they worked at a market less than a block away. >> we were singing a mexican song. >> reporter: he said that night she asked him and a friend to follow her car home. >> when she stopped in front of the parking, okay, i'll see you tomorrow. she said okay. i'll see. >> eric: that was around 10:00 p.m. and two hours later, she was dead. >> we just hope that some day whoever did this, they're going
to get caught. >> reporter: investigators have cleared the boyfriend. they have reached out to social media and posted an anonymous tip line on the page. >> we're learning details about a $2 million marijuana bust. the california department of justice raided the stone lakes preserve on tuesday after a month-long investigation. agents seized more than 7,000 marijuana plants, 100 pounds of marijuana, and three guns. authorities have arrested four people. they think two of them are gang members. >> federal judges are threatening to hold jerry brown in contempt of court on the way that he is handling prison overcrowding. california has reduced the prison population, but not the level that the court wants. now the federal judges want immediate action. brown is asking the court for
more time. >> we'll have to wait until next week for the supreme court ruling on prop 8 which is california's same-sex marriage ban. the court should issue a decision by next thursday, which is the last scheduled day of the session. justices also have two other major cases pending, one on affirmative action and higher education, the other involves the voting rights act. for supporters and opponents of prop 8, the anticipation keeps building. we met joey and matt cook who volunteer been together for three years and want to get married. it seems that they and a man against same-sex marriage both have the same routine. >> i got up immediately, pulled up my phone, saw that cnn and other new sources hadn't released any sort of update. >> i check my iphone, look for tweets with different people back east that are following this. >> bill mays says he is
confident that they will uphold the ban. but the two are just as sure that they will see it their way and allow them to get married in california. stay with ktvu proposition 8 decision. we will bring it to you online and on air as soon as a decision is made. we will have a news special at 6:30 at night on the day that the court makes its ruling. >> oakland police released more details about the new action plan that involves breaking the city up into five districts. a captain will be in charge of each district. that person will take care of specific issues related to that area. some districts have reintroduced foot and bike patrols, making officers more visible. oakland police hope that will help improve the relationship with the community. >> if any issues occur, 24/7, i'm going to know about it and i want to prevent it or solve that problem. >> oakland police also have a new interactive map. you can put in your address and it will tell you which police district you live in and who to
contact about crime. and ktvu.com we posted a little to that interactive map. look for the web link section right on the front page. >> ktvu has obtained exclusive video showing a hit and run as it happened. a taxi driver is accused of hitting and killing a pedestrian and leaving the scene. ktvu david stevenson obtained that video that shows what happened from the view inside the cab. >> reporter: camera mounted inside the taxi cab show the moment of impact when it strikes and kills a young man. the accident happened in late october of 2010. the victim was 19-year-old alberto rodriguez. closing statements were heard in the case on what would have been his 22nd birthday. >> he was a bright, special person. >> reporter: the taxi driver is charged with misdemeanor vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an accident, a
felony. prosecutors say chin ran a red light and must have known that he struck someone by the noise and the impact on the windshield. he drove half a mile before rodriguez's friends caught up with him, climbed into the cab and demanded that he return to the crime scene. defense attorneys told jurors that he was unsure about what happened but said he had the right-of-way. chin's lawyers said that rodriguez caused the accident by crossing against the light while wearing dark clothing. they say that chin never saw him. >> we're upset at the fact that we don't have my brother here anymore. >> reporter: the jury got the case this afternoon and will continue deliberations tomorrow. if convicted he faces a year in jail for vehicular manslaughter and up to four years for leaving the scene of an accident. david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> temperature warm today.
these were the numbers from the national weather service. some of the water spots. temperatures tomorrow warmer still. mid-80s and upper 80s and maybe in the far east bay, you might find 90-degree readings in the inland valley locations. outside 57, napa. no fog at the coast. kind of mild outside, especially around the bay where we're in the upper 50s and low 60s. things changing around as we go into the next couple of days. things will heat up. tomorrow, no fog in the morning. that means a warm day. oranges are 80s. lots of mid-80s, upper 80s and here are the 90s creeping in. a warmer day tomorrow. warmer still as we head into the weekend. when i come back at 10:45, i'm talking about rain. we will talk about that and see you back here. >> a former boxing champion is indicted. >> also -- >> her body was found along the road stuffed in a garbage can.
the killer is behind bars and investigators say she wasn't his only victim. >> up first, thieves pull off a theft with the help of a truck and it is all caught on tape. >> live pictures right now from miami as have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu.
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>> thieves pulled off a bold heist in oakland and it was all caught on camera. it happened add 3:00 this morning on park boulevard between interstate 580 and mop enter a boulevard. it shows the thieves ramming into the front of the building, grabbing an atm machine accident throwing it into the back of a truck and drove away. no word on how much money was inside the machine. a teenage boy found with a gunshot wound in san jose has
died. he was found shortly after 6:00 last night. they identified him as razua of san jose. police say the killing was gang related and they have no suspects. the teen's death marks san jose's 25th homicide this year. >> prosecutors in stockton are calling a convicted murderer the closest thing to a serial murder. he has been found guilty of killing a woman and stuffing the body instead a garbage can. but she wasn't the man's only victim. >> reporter: the crime stunned the city of pleasanton last year. the woman wasn't killed here but in stockton where she lived, her body dumped here in a trash can. >> i want him to stay in prison the rest of his life. >> reporter: last week, the prosecutor secured a 15 years to life sentence for second degree murder for this man. he is 35-year-old sandoval.
>> he wanted to be with a new girl and didn't want to part ways with his possession. one way to keep one hundred percent of your possessions is get rid of the person who has a 50% stake in them. >> reporter: when he confessed to killing the woman, he confessed to killing his wife in mexico in 2007. >> he looks at women as possessions. when he is done with them, he can do with them whatever he wants. >> reporter: this is a wedding photo. here is her death certificate which shows her cause of death was affixation by strangulation, the same way that penada was killed. >> i wish there was more information from mexico. i wish i knew more about the investigation of jacqueline's death. >> reporter: that's not all, investigators learned of a woman that he dated before estrada that also died. >> i have no idea what the name is, i don't know the
circumstances of the death. i know nothing. >> reporter: we talked late this afternoon with penada's sister. in pleasanton, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> a former world champion boxer from pittsburgh is now facing charges in six bank robberies in the east bay. authorities say they have arrested 42-year-old james page allegedly seen here in this surveillance photo. a federal grand jury indicted him for bank robberies in walnut creek, emryville, lafayette all over the last four months. he could get up to 20 years in prison for each robbery if convicted. police say he took a total of about $18,000. >> pushing, shoving, then a stampede. in news of the world, the event for a sports super star that had to be canceled. >> a lot of times it takes us
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>> more than a thousand people rallied in san francisco today against the proposed keystone pipeline. demonstrators marched against the golden state bridge. they say they're concerned about climate change and potential health issues. >> there are many alternatives to the pipeline that will solve the green energy.
the wind and solar and green energy alternatives that actually create more jobs and are healthier for the environment. >> if the pipeline is approved, it would bring oil from canada all the way across the united states and down to the gulf of mexico. bart union employees today handed out flyers to commuters to get the word out about a possible strike. contracts for the two largest unions end at the month. bart says it hopes that state mediators can help break an impasse over pensions and worker safety. >> big changes coming soon to one of the most congested corridors in the south bay. caltrans is debuting new lanes on interstate 880. ktvu robert honda tells us how soon drivers can expect relief. >> reporter: things are going to change soon on 880 and for once things will be moving fast since usually during commute
hours -- >> dead stop. two miles an hour. i drive a stick shift. it's first and second gear all the way. >> reporter: they will remove the familiar cones that line the stretch of 880 in both directions from 101 in san jose to state route 237. the agency says that will give some motorists a chance to get familiar with the change from 6 to 8 lanes. then starting around 5:00 a.m. monday, those new lanes become hov lanes. dustin works at a nearby glass shop and has to deal with morning and evening commutes. >> it takes us twice as long to get over here than on saturdays. with the carpool lane, it will be a big help. >> reporter: michael agrees. >> 880 connecting to 237 west in the morning until 10:30 is bad. >> reporter: the project moved long in other ways. the $64 million project began in the spring of 2012 and will
be ready one month ahead of schedule. but he also worries could it generate more traffic. >> with the carpool lane being there, a lot more people are use it. it will attract more traffic. >> reporter: caltrans says that would be fine as long as more people are carpooling and actually using the new lanes. in san jose, robert honda, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a warning out about a mail fraud suspect who may be looking for a tech job in the bay area. brucely marshall has been indicted for $100,000 fraud scheme and convicted for altering a passport. the 38-year-old san francisco man also goes by the name of francis marshall. >> the power is back on in vallejo after a transformer lost power. the fire was reported at 8:00 this morning in front of a home at almond avenue and willow street. flames were coming out of the ground from an underground
electrical vault. the fire set some shrubs on fire. more than 800 customers lost power. pg and e crews restored power this afternoon. a contractor accidentally hit a gas pipeline on bus kirk avenue. that accident happened just as pg and e showed us a new project to prevent similar accidents in the future. gps surveyors are marking the precise location of every major line from bakersfield to the oregon border. the data will be fed into a control center that will open late this summer. >> in quebec, canada, a massive explosion at a fire works warehouse killed workers. fire officials say it took hours to get the fire under control because the fire works kept going off and no fire hydrants nearby. the bodies of two women were found in the burned rubble. it started with an explosion in
a small building and then spread. in china, fans pushed past police to get close to david beckham. then it turned into a stampede. officials quickly canceled the event. beckham is in china as an image ambassador for soccer to promote a chinese soccer league. organizers apparently underestimated his popularity. and across large parts of southeast asia, haze is triggering health warnings. it is coming from fires in neighboring land. the smog has spread to malaysia and singapore. it has led to closures of schools and businesses and cancellations of sporting events. >> new developments in the case of a canadian tourist whose body was found in the water tank of a hotel in los angeles. the medical examiner says 21- year-old lamb accidentally drowned. a maintenance worker checking out complaints about the
hotel's water pressure is the one that discovered the body. authorities say she may have been in that rooftop tank for as long as 19 days. los angeles county coroner's officials say she sufferedfrom a severe case of bipolar disorder. it's mission accomplished in a fundraising campaign. the beacon on top of mount diablo was removed last week. it is now being renovated at a shop in concord. a conservation group met the $100,000 fundraising goal to restore it with a final $10,000 donation from chevron. it has been there since 1928 and shines each december 27th on pearl harbor day. >> do college athletes deserve to be paid? the court hearing that may lead to the answer. >> at 10:45, bill martin will be back with the complete bay area forecast, including both a warmup and if we're going to see
>> an autopsy is set to be performed tomorrow on james gandolfini. he died yesterday. his manager says the actor's 13- year-old son found him collapsed in the bathroom of their hotel room in italy. doctors spent 40 minutes trying to save his life. >> impossible to obtain a success on the patient's life. >> gandolfini was in italy on vacation and scheduled to attend a film festival there this weekend. organizers are now planning a special tribute. >> the food and drug
administration today approved an emergency contraceptive plan b for all women regardless of age without a prescription. the move complies with a recent court order to make the so- called morning after pill available as an over the counter product without age restrictions. it was first approved in july of 2009 for use without a prescription for women from age 17 on up. this next video is remarkable. it's a young boy who was born deaf. what you're going to see here is him hearing his father's voice for the first time. >> hi grayson. talk to him, daddy. >> daddy loves you. daddy loves you. can you hear daddy? >> isn't that something? you can see the surprise as little grayson hears his dad's voice for the first time ever. doctors at the university
implanted a micro chip in his brain. he is the first child to ever undergo that procedure. the device needs a little fine- tuning but they are confident as his brain learns to process sound, his ability to speak will follow. >> that's priceless. >> well, a new monthly event kicked off tonight in one san francisco neighborhood. eric tells us about a new effort to shine a positive light on the bay view. >> do you see that thing over there on the wall? that's me. >> reporter: a fixture on the corner of oakdale and lane in san francisco. >> hey, baby. how are you doing? >> reporter: davis or mr. d has been a larger than life part of the bay view long before a neighbor began painting this mural of him pointing to heaven. >> i'm proud of myself. do you know why? because i have lived 81 years. you never not make it, but keep trying. >> reporter: the event is planned for every third thursday of the month. the city is hoping that the
tribute to davis and other new works of art will reenergize the area. >> once i came here, it's totally not the case. the people here are lovely and passionate and soulful. >> reporter: the arts commission says third on third takes inspiration from oakland's first friday. the idea is to build up business and highlight art. once a security guard for this corner store, mr. d isn't shy about welcoming others to the neighborhood that he has called home for more than 50 years. >> would you pick anyplace else. >> not today. do you know why? i'm live too good right here. >> reporter: in san francisco, eric , ktvu. >> college athletes are featured in video games but not played a dime. >> the kids dese
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and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >> college sports bring in billions of dollars. but the college athletes don't see any of it. ktvu carol lou tells us about the legal challenge being heard in a courtroom. >> reporter: cameras were not allowed in federal court when judge heard from both sides whether this antitrust case should be a class action. student athletes are suing the ncaa and sports collegiate over the use of their likenesses in video games. >> why is the athlete the only element in that enterprise who is denied a fair share of what is rightfully their economics.
>> reporter: he first saw himself in a video game when he was visiting a friend. >> the player that i was looking at wore my jersey number, shot the ball left- handed, was bald headed. i don't think someone should make money off of your likeness. >> reporter: a player's consent to being photographed by playing in a public place. an attorney not involved in the case says this could mean major changes to college sports. >> the implications are wide reaching. it will affect the compensation of these former athletes. >> reporter: the judge is expected to issue a decision later this summer. >> six women have been chosen to decide if 29-year-old george zimmerman is guilty of the second degree murder of trayvon martin. he claims he shot him in self defense a year ago in florida.
five of the jurors are described as white and one is latina. testimony is scheduled to begin on monday. >> the discount store ross has been fined nearly $4 million for selling defective children's clothing despite warnings that the clothes could cause injury, evening strangulation deaths. the company has agreed to pay a 3.9 million fine. the company had previously paid a $500,000 fine for not reporting that it was selling the defective clothing. no deaths or injuries have been reported. one san francisco neighborhood hungry for a grocery store is about to get one. the first full service grocery store in the mid market neighborhood will be located in the twitter building. it will be run by small foods. the market will kind of be a cross between whole foods and the ferry building marketplace. >> yahoo has expanded its realm
to include tumbler. it announced today that the 1.1 billion deal is now complete. ceo marissa meyer revealed accusation plans last month and today she is thrilled to welcome tumblr to yahoo. >> it is clear out there right now along the coast. it's fog free and temperatures on the mild side. take a look to the north. you see the rain showers up there and the unsettled weather. that's coming our way as we head to the weekend. look what's out in the pacific. a lot of stuff out there. an unusual looking weather pattern for summer. this is the type of pattern you would expect in mid march. we will get to that in the computer model. right now we're looking at tonight. no fog in the forecast. parky fog shows up. a cool night overnight. friday and saturday, still warming up. today we got warmer, right. mid-80s, low 80s. tomorrow we will see upper 80s.
and saturday, a few low 90s. you will see the oranges come in. these are your 80s and 70s. as we get into friday and saturday, we're going to see more reds coming our way. slightly warmer on saturday. the high pressure builds in, temperatures warm up on friday and saturday. then everything switches around on sunday. it's not a typical one for this time of year. with he see rain in june but usually it comes from the south. this is an extra tropical storm coming from the gulf of alaska area. it's a ways off, but right now a lot of the computer models are suggesting maybe an inch of rain in parts of the north bay. that would be a significant amount of rain. computer model on saturday, computer model on sunday. the clouds increase. sunday night, you start to see showers show up. and the main event is sunday night into monday. late sunday, early monday morning and through tuesday. saturday is your best day on
the weekend. sunday has increasing clouds and a chance of sprinkles. a quarter of an inch as far south as monterey. this is unusually wet weather for this time of year if it transpires. that will be on light sunday night, monday morning, into tuesday. i'm stuck on that rain because it's unusual. we get it, but it's just -- the amount of rain that the models are forecasting is significant. the five-day forecast with the weekend in view. there is your friday with your upper end temperatures in the upper 80s. saturday slightly warmer. and then sunday the clouds move in and things rapidly change around. so what we're looking at as we go into the bay area weekend, there will be plenty of niceness on saturday. then clouds on sunday. so the end of the weekend looks wet and cloudy. >> wouldn't that be something if we got an inch of rain. >> it will be quick?
>> it will get here on sunday night. it's all day monday and most of the day tuesday. the main event will be monday. >> who would have thought. >> thanks, bill. >> parks in santa rosa are about to go from brown to green with funding. if you take a look around, you will see the grass in most parks is bone dry. that is because the irrigation budget has already been used up for the year. however, a development late this afternoon changed all of that. >> our city manager has found the $200,000 for our parks. >> that extra money will come from unused salaries and the sprinklers should be back on within a few days. >> all right. it was a great series, but it's over now. mark is here with the nba championship. >> yep. it's lebron's world right now. he owns it. the miami heat of course crowned tonight. you know they won the championship wednesday evening. no way that san antonio was going to bounce back after letting game 6 get away in the
final moments. lebron willing the heat to victory. fans are everywhere. tightly contested. lebron will give it to dwyane wade who looks healthy. lebron simply the best in the basketball business right here. pull up 3. he hits five of those tonight. san antonio hanging tough throughout. duncan comes through on tired legs. 25 points, three rebounds but not impressing the great bill russell that much. i've seen it all. i have about 40 championships. lebron is the show. stealing it late. sealing it up with another 3. he had 37 points in game 7. couldn't ask for more out of the obvious series mvp. >> and the visions that i had when i decided to come here is
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jeremy just strokes it to right on an 0-2 pitch with two outs. 2-1 the final. the giants not doing any final at all. major shrinkage in the a's lead in the west this year following a series in the rangers. it was the way they lost the three of the four games down there. inches making a mile of difference. stoked it to the hole. trying to get the out at 3rd. he threw it away and jet able to score for the a's to put them in front. in the bottom of the 7th, two on. two out. 3-2 pitch. base hit to center. two runs are going to score and texas retainings the lead 4-3. into the 9th, the a's have a man on. stroke it to center. general tree boots it around out there and they decide to accepted him from 1st. they cut down donaldson at the
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