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has been an extraordinary friend of mine, but more importantly, she's a friend to working families all across the country and i expect that she's going to once again be speaker of the house. it's not over, the president's two more fund-raisers tomorrow, brunch and a lunch. both at private homes in atherton. california attorney general will be at the lunch hosted by john goldman. the president plans to lead the bay area in the early afternoon. he will fly out of sfo on air force one p.m. we'll have live coverage starting at 4:30 in the morning. >> before arriving in the bay area this evening. the president was in colorado talking gun control at the denver police academy. he said there doesn't have to be a conflict between respecting gun rights and passing gun safety laws. >> are there any folks who are out there right now who are gun owners and you've been hearing that someone's taking away your guns, get the facts. we're not proposing a gun
registration system. we're proposing background checks for criminals. >> passing universal background checks is not easy for many members of congress on both sides of the aisle. senators are expected to take up new gun laws as early as next week in terms of discussions. >> happening now, live video at connecticut's house floor. it's past 2:00 a.m. on the east coast, and they're still in session debating what could be the country's toughest gun laws. the bill is in response to the massacre at sandy hook elementary school in december in newtown connecticut. the bill expands an existing assault weapons ban. the house in connecticut is expected to pass it, and the governor is expected to sign the bill into law. a spring storm is heading our way. jeff ranieri is tracking the rain and when it will arrive. >> bad on mother nature's timing with this storm, we're going to start to see things ramp up for tomorrow morning's commute.
good in terms of the timing of the rainfall, we definitely need it when it comes to the rainfall season. there's our storm right now, the cold front boundary offshore. pulling a little moisture from the south. a lot of this activity remains offshore. it's going to move in a typical fashion for the bay area. from the west to the east. so eventually over the next two hours we're expecting raindrops to begin at the coastline. here's some of the highlights, clouds increasing at least over the next two hours in the overnight hours, through thursday morning, the rain returns, temperatures dropping 10 to 20 degrees, windy at the coastline, unfortunately, too warm for some big snow. it will mean rainfall, we'll have details on who will get the most rain coming up in the forecast. >> we'll see you shortly, jeff. hundreds of people gathered in san francisco's mission district tonight. not for a party or a concert, but for a memorial, remembering a college football player home for spring break who was gunned down. the story has captivated communities in two separate
states. jean ellie joins us from san francisco with the details. jean? >> reporter: the shooting death of a college student here in the mission has people worried about more violence. this memorial is a reminder that gang violence remains in the mission. wednesday night and the mission is hopping. restaurants are packed with people from all over the bay area, enjoying one of the san francisco's most popular neighborhoods. several blocks away, margarita is sobbing as hundreds gather to remember her son. someone shot and killed the oregon college student in front of his childhood home saturday morning. police say the shooter asked what gang he was in, and then fired. through tears, his father thanked the crowd. john santiago coached him and
his own son in high school. >> he was the one that went on -- i think the whole team went on to get a scholarship and play football. and that seas a lot about his character and his will. >> gangs are a part of the mission. and he worries about his son facing the same violence. >> when i asked my son, where are you going? are you wearing any of the colors? >> san francisco police say the shooting is the first homicide of the year in the mission. the gang task force is stepping up patrols, but a recent shooting on a bus and a stabbing death in the same neighborhood has people paying attention. >> they always check the blogs to see what's going on. that's how we found out about the shootings on the bus. >> the violence isn't scaring sam buchanan away entirely about. >> excited to know about them and to avoid certain areas. >> they now know the unthinkable can happen on the front doorstep. college students from oregon are expected to come here from san francisco to attend their classmates funeral.
in the meantime, the 24th street merchants association is organizing a peace march for friday night, hoping to prevent another weekend of violence. >> gang violence on the peninsula, two known members of a menlo park gang are accused of abusing a young son of a rival gang member. it appears they videotaped the whole thing. they're members of the taliban gang in east palo alto. they were arrested for a probation violation. the video shows both of them abusing the 4-year-old of a rival gang. >> one was threatening the boy with a belt. it appears the boy was struck on the head with a firearm magazine. >> the boy was able to escape. both men are charged with assault with a deadly weapon. false imprisonment and making criminal threats tied to gang
activities. >> paramedics in santa clara county are struggling after one of their colleagues was shot while driving in the oakland hills. grief counselors were on hand at santa clara county ems today. clint boyer was clinging to life in critical condition. someone shot him in the head causing his car to plunge down a deep ravine. police are still looking for the shooter and trying to determine a motive. >> the santa clara county district attorney is responding after nbc bay area obtained exclusive video of a man accused of driving into two san jose businesses. hameed ziad crashed into a walmart on easter sunday. apparently he's done this before. the district attorney's office says ziad was not in custody after the first incident because he was out on bail. he did not have a serious criminal history, and was only charged with a misdemeanor for
driving under the influence of drugs. saeed faces more serious charges in the walmart attack. a landmark study could provide a road map for developing an aids vaccine. stanford researchers are part of a team tracking an african man. they began tracking him after he was infected until two years later when his body started making neutralizing antibodies. only about 20% of the population makes these antibodies. researchers hope they can clone these antibodies and inject them into newly infected patients, therefore, stopping the virus. years of research will probably be needed before a vaccine becomes a reality. tensions continue to rise between the u.s. and north korea. >> everybody's kind of not sure what's going on. we're all a little bit worried. >> coming up, hear from people in the bay area who are concerned about relatives in south korea. more fallout for the college basketball program whose coach
discuss tensions in korea continue to mount tonight opinion a closed road prevented south korean workers from going to work at a north korean factory. the militaries had a been cleared to wage an attack using smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear weapons. here in the bay area, people are worried about relatives in south
korea. >> reporter: many korean americans here in the bay area are keeping in touch with their families in korea since the threat started. we found out tonight the community here seems to be even more concerned than those in south korea. >> we're all a little worried. >> reporter: michael is keeping a close eye on news coming out of korea today. he has relatives in seoul. >> any time there's an imminent war, it would be silly not to be worried. >> his wife has been in touch with her father and brother, she says she's worried more about what's going on than her family in korea. >> people in korea are kind of used to it, but here, because we don't know what's really going on in that country, because of distance we are worried more. >> inside the korea daily
newsroom in freemont there are stacks of pictures with papers and articles, and flat screen tv's showing the latest reports. some of her friends who are planning on vacationing in korea this month might not be going. >> what if the worst happens when i'm in korea, so they cancelled their flights. >> workers were stopped from going into the kaeson industrial complex. in response to the threat, the united states is sends a missile defense system to guam to protect its bases in the pacific. >> a real and clear danger and threat to the interests certainly of our allies starting with south korea. >> it would be imprudent not to respond. if there's a barking dog you don't walk toward him and say, okay, i've heard barking before. every dog is a little different.
>> reporter: many korean americans are convinced kim jong-un is trying to prove himself to the north koreans. still they say, words don't help to diffuse the situation. live in santa clara tonight, george kiriyama nbc bay area news. he's on his way to china. governor brown is going overseas next week, hoping to attract billions of dollars in new investments for california. china's already the states number three trading partner, importing $14 billion from california just last year, the governor will be joined by a tell gas station of 75 business leaders who will help him open the first of two state trade offices in china. he will promote tourism and clean energy technology among other things. he's also signing a series of environmental agreements with chinese officials. more fallout after the shocking video of the head basketball coach kicking, shouting and shoving homophobic
insults at his players. more than a dozen rutgers faculty members say the university president should also be fired. the shocking video just surfaced this week, turns out the president knew about the abuse for months. in november, i and the athletic director suspended rice three games and ordered him to undergo anger management. moma is on the move, the modern art could be moving to your neighborhood but not permanently. it's all part of the renovation for the museum of modern art. >> anyone who lives in one place long enough, knows you accumulate plenty of stuff. when the place is san francisco's museum of modern art, that stuff is countless pieces of modern art. >> we have a collection of almost 30,000 objects, located in different locations, both in the building and outside. >> with moma closing its doors in june for a two-year renovation, the art is getting packed up.
every day moving vans show up to haul away a new priceless load. and soon cranes will carry off large sculptures from the rooftop garden. this summer they will kick off its massive expansion which will more than double its space. and then an arrangement that could be described as a work of art. the museum agreed to build the city a new fire station, in exchange for expanding into the old one next door. >> in the annals of american museums, i cannot think of an instance where a museum has built a new firehouse for its community in order to be able to expand. >> during the two years moma is closed it will display some of its collections across the bay area and beyond. >> we'll also be presenting a host of offsite projects in nontraditional spaces for contemporary art such as the town of los altos.
>> reporter: moma will stage eight sculptures on chrissy field this may. >> for us, it's a chance to experiment with the idea that art might help people see our resources in new and interesting ways. >> reporter: they're planning a celebration, including free days leading up to its last day june 2nd. it's expected to reopen january 2016. instead of going to moma to see the modern art, the modern art may be coming to you. >> they can store it at my place any time. >> that would be nice. >> good idea. >> could you imagine that 1234. a storm is brewing just off our coastline moving in. >> it's quickly picking up, rain is tapping into some decent amount of sub tropical moisture. a little bit -- most of the rainfall is still offshore, we're going to have to wait two hours before we see raindrops in
san francisco and points southward, can you see the raindrops are 43 miles away from the northern coastline. again moving from the west off to the east. everyone will be getting wet from this storm system. first look at our thursday forecast has everyone with rain as we head throughout 8:00 in the morning. temperatures a comfortable start. but again you're going to need the umbrellas. by the noon hour, we'll get a mix of sun in here, chance of scattered showers lingering. by all accounts, 4:00 p.m. tomorrow, just a few hit and miss temperatures in the forecast. let's get you outside to the hd sky camera network on this wednesday. palo alto shrouded in cloud cover all the way up to atherton and the hills of the peninsula. you can see a beautiful shot. you can see in san francisco a real great looking shot tonight. a little ominous there.
for tonight, we'll start to see those raindrops arriving at the coastline at 2:00 a.m. we'll start to see things amp up by 5:00 and 6:00 in the morning, heavier pockets of rainfall back here for the east bay hills and we'll look at 7:00 and 8:00, most of the strongest rain starting to push off toward the east. pretty much from 9:00 tomorrow morning into the afternoon hours, we'll start to get in on a gradual clearing trend with hit and miss showers. even expecting sunshine as we head throughout thursday's forecast. temperatures are going to be a lot cooler. heaviest rainfall totals up into the north bay, quarter inch, the hills may squeeze out a half inch. you can see back into the east bay, it's only going to be about a tenth of an inch, maybe two tenth of an inch, with the lack of rainfall in 2013, this is great news for us. for tomorrow morning we're going to start with 50 and 60. mid-50s in san francisco down to silicon volley, for thursday
instead of mid to upper 70s, yes, i have to crash the party. it's going to get a lot colder. mid-60s in san jose. plenty of mid-60s for the east bay. 66 in danville, and 67 in walnut creek. 50s along the coastline. if you're headed there, you're visiting, well, you're going to need that jacket. the scenic tour is going to get blustery quickly. up in the sierra, we're not expecting any major snowfall here, it's going to be too warm, temperatures in the upper 40s with a little bit of shower activity. two storms pass by, so far it looks great for saturday and sunday, we should stay dry and beach weather by next wednesday. >> president obama and the helicopter marine one from san francisco to atherton tomorrow, a little wet in the morning? >> yeah, wet in the morning and cloud cover. i think he can handle it. >> thanks, jeff. coming up, the rolling stones are hitting the road. when you can get tickets to two bay area shows, next. and the big 4, giants, a's,
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you're not going to get a busier night than this in the bay area, the giants, a's, warriors and sharks all in action. we begin in southern california where the giants were trying to take the series against the dodgers, let's go to 4r56789, the rubber match in this series. in the top of the third, 2-1 giants, pablo sandoval increasing that score by 2. two-run shot first of the year for him. we go to the sixth now, 4-2 giants, hunter pence, some insurance. this one is a haul. giants win 5-3. tim lynsay come picks up the win. a's and mariners, the a's new guy stealing the show in this one, 2-0 seattle, they're coming
back. nate grime an, his first major league at-bat, that's good. he went 2 for 3. in the 7th, it was 4-2 a's. jed laurie, 3 for 3 on the night, including that one. get out of here, next batter, chris young get out of here, back to back home runs and that chris young's debut with the a's. first game of the year, a's win 6-2. so far so good in the bay. how about some basketball now? hornets versus warriors, second quarter is where we start in this one. doves down one. curry, to david lee, and he'll throw it down. game high 23 points for lee. still in the second, curry, 4-3. you already know what's going to happen there. warriors on a 26-run. 3 for 3 so far. how about hockey now. sharks looking for their sixth straight win.
andrew luck. up 1-0 in the first. that is a great individual effort. coast to coast on the power play. sharks up 2-0. tie game in the second, joe thornton pass deflected in. everything going right for the sharks. they win 4-2. they have won six in a row. we were 4 for 4 on the night. one more note here, nnamdi asomugha back in the bay after signing a one-year deal with the 49ers today, he can earn as much as $3 million, if he reaches all of his incentives, more news after this. ♪ alright, let's go.
secrets in television became official today. jimmy fallon will take over the tonight show next spring. >> coming up we're going to hear from jay leno. he jakes about the moves and fallin getting emotional. >> we wouldn't be there without you guys. i loved you so much. i love this job, and i love coming in -- i just love doing it. thank you so much. >> well, today i accepted a new position. i'm going to be the head basketball coach at rutgers university. thank you very much. thank you, thank you. >> fallin will take over in february. the tonight show will move back to new york city where it all began. much more with leno and fallin in just about a few minutes from now. when the tonight show starts and late night at 12:35. a lot of talk about the late night shake-up. it should be good. >> fresh start. >> thanks for watching us tonight. we hope to see you back here tomorrow. >> good night. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: thank you so much. thank you. welcome. welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." folks, i got to tell you -- today. thank you, thank you. thank you, please. folks, i got to be honest with you. i had a really awkward day today. [ laughter ] i had to call david letterman and tell him he didn't get "the tonight show" again. [ laughter ] ugh. ugh. ugh. awful. terrible. [ cheers and applause ] hey, i want to congratulate -- i want to congratulate our good friend, jimmy fallon. he is a hell of a guy. [ cheers and applause ] he is going to do a great job.
i just have one request of jimmy. we've all fought, kicked and scratched to get this network up to fifth place. okay? [ laughter ] now we have to keep it there. jimmy, don't let it slip into sixth. we're counting on you. we're counting on you, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] and i tell you -- you know, i tell you -- i tell you -- things move so quickly. you know, jimmy hasn't even taken over yet, and the rumors already started. like, nbc says in five years, they plan to replace jimmy with justin bieber. [ audience groans ] they're moving too quickly. they're moving too quickly. well, today, i accepted a new position. i am going to be the head basketball coach at rutgers university. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you very much. whoo! man, you following that story? rutgers university fired head coach mike rice after video surfaced of him pushing and verbally abusing players. and this guy's got a temper. here's the story. take a look. >> outrage over what many are