tv Today in the Bay NBC April 14, 2016 4:30am-5:01am PDT
73 wins--- in the books. the warriors crushing records last night at oracle 73 wins in the books. the warriors crushing records last night at oracle arena and steph putting an exclamation point on his own epic season. an accidental shooting where you'd probably least expect it. the story you'll only see on nbc. years after the asiana crash what the city is doing. "today in the bay quar" starts now. good morning, thank you for joining us. i'm sam broc. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. we're tired from staying up and watching that game. a little rain coming down across the bay area. >> good morning, sam and laura.
wet roads across the bay area and some scattered, light showers. mostly san francisco and farther to the south. a look at the radar. we see that, we do see that activity that is farther to the north of us that will stay to the north and what we are seeing here will continue to move out of the bay area within the next couple of hours and then our activity will be tapering off. it is cool. only 46 degrees now in the north bay and in the mid-50s else where. we'll talk more about those showers and let you know if there is any more rain in the forecast coming up and let's head over to mike to get a look at those traffic maps. >> i underestimated the amount of rain here from fremont. so, i got a little drenching coming through the parking lot. listen to kari, folks. the green highlighted all over the bay shows you where the roads are wet. be careful even though traffic is light. we'll take you into san francisco. my concern involved a solo car likely sounds like from the evidence a spinout.
approaching i-80 and the skyway and keep that in mind, it's out of lanes but in center divide. back to you. >> no longer facing history. the golden state warriors. >> at the top of the pyramid, that's what it sounds like as golden record for the warriors and for for curry. curry and the fans were on fire. curry ended up with 46 points. ended up with ten threes. another record, three-pointers made and the warriors beat the memphis grizzlies. 125-104. now stand alone at the top of the record books for the most wins ever in an nba season.
>> just a way to finish off an amazing season. i would have never in a million years guessed that record would have been broken. >> the previous record held bay the chicago bulls. much more including live reports from stephanie chuang who is inside oracle this morning. wonder if she slept there last night. >> warriors fever catching in the white house. president obama stayed up late last night after the game he tweeted, congrats tathe warriors. a great group of guys on and off the court. if somebody had to break the bulls record, i'm glad it's them. the president hosted the team at the white house a few months back to celebrate their championship win last year. our coverage continues online at nbcbayarea.com. click on warriors top moments for a look back at the team's historic season. only on nbc we are learning that a gun is fired inside san
francisco's hall of justs and a sheriff's department spokesperson confirms the person who fired it carries a badge. as chuck coppola shows us, a deputy brought that gun to work and did not know how to use it. that deputy asked another deputy for help and that's when the gun went off. >> reporter: a superior court spokesperson said the gun was fired inside assigned as baylives on the third floor of the criminal division and it happened before court next to the chambers used by presiding judge terry jackson. sources tell nbc bay area that one deputy brought a baby gloc to work but was unfamiliar with how it operated and handed it to a fellow deputy and asked how to use it. the second deputy pointed the weapon at the first deputy unaware it was loaded. he pulled the trigger and the route narrowly missed the deputy lodging in the wall.
a sheriff's spokesperson called it accidental and a very serious matter. adding, we are all very grateful that no one was injured. the superior court spokesperson said the court administrator was nearby and got in right after it happened before many staff arrived. >> that was chuck coppola reporting. as the statewide search for 2-year-old arianna fitts those came together to remember her mother. holding a vigil in the parking lot there. fitts was found dead last friday at mclaren park in san francisco. law enforcement said it identified several people of interest but no direct suspects in that case. the final chapter in a sad tragedy that's what the san francisco attorney said in the asiana crash. the city's board of supervisors is considering a $3.5 million payout. go towards the city's legal costs and damages at sfo.
some pretty light rain. is there an official term for this? >> what is above. is it a sprits, a drizzle. >> yeah, we have some light rain. in some spots it is a little bit heavier. may have been out there when it was barely misting out there. here's a look at the bigger picture as we see. snow coming down in the sierra while we do have the rain here and the rain will be continuing to move to the south and to the east as it clears san francisco, it's mostly in parts of the east bay peninsula and the south bay. once we see this move on out, our winds will be picking up. it will be breezy through the rest of the morning and when most people are getting out there on the roadways, this rain will be out of here. into the afternoon, our winds increase. at time our gusts could top 30 miles an hour. so a breezy afternoon with some clearing skies along with some slightly cooler temperatures. we'll look ahead to the weekend
and i'll let you know if there are any more showers in the forecast for early next week. that is coming up in a few minutes. mike, is now tracking a crash on the roadways already this morning. >> the first one still going in san francisco and just getting towards the skyway for the bay bridge. off of the roadway from 101. we looked that green, the wet roadways all around the bay. this green highlighting through castro valley and westbound 580 and there is a crash there, as well. two vehicles involved here and slick roadways because you see that roadway sensor here. live look at dublin. watch the slick off ramps. back to you. >> thank you. coming up next, erasing the past. remember this pepper spray incident? the new accusation leveled against the school. a follo
welcome back. 4:40. a follow up to the pepper spraying of students at uc davis. during the occupy protests, the "sacramento bee" to clear the internet of this video and the negative reports of the university. more than $175,000 of public money has been spent. the money has also gone to improve the reputation of the chancellor. after an investigative unit exclusive, what one school might consider childish misbehavior could be treated like an actual crime at another school across town. >> our investigation revealing certain schools across the bay
area call police on their students a lot more than you might think. the reasons they're being called have some parents furious. tonight at 11:00, investigative reporter continuing his series looking at why some parents are accusing one of the largest school districts in the bay area of unfairly criminalizing kids. pay police officers to patrol some of their campuses which is common. but we discovered no written policy detailing when or how the school should involve those officers. while some students are getting criminal records for their bad behavior, the school district says that's not their problem. >> i'm not saying that my son should not have been disciplined. i'm upset that they're taking it to a new level. >> not something you think a student should have been arrested for? >> no. >> tonight at 11:00, we will look at the kind of antics that are getting some kids arrested at school. stuck with a criminal history that could stay on their
here. >> they really go hand in hand because rain coming down a little bit. let's start out with kari. >>any if the rain has moved out, we still have some wet roads all across the bay area and it's because of this system. it's fairly weak and it continues tamove to the south, but it's just enough to have us turning on our windshield wipers and running for cover if you're out early this morning. a look now closer at the east bay. the south bay and parts of the peninsula where it's been very scattered. that will be the case as we go into the next hour or so as this continues to move away. temperature wise, we are in the low 50s, some hid-50s in oakland now and 47 degrees now in santa rosa. looking back at some of the rainfall totals we've had so far in the castro about 0.5 and we were expecting about 0.1 for most of us. into the east bay, up to 0.25 in danville. the rain very hit and miss and scattered throughout the morning. it's just now starting to make
it into the south bay where rainfall total about 0.1 or less and then into the peninsula more of the same. nice little light soaking before we get the weekend started. it will be wet to start out the day and then temperatures reaching into the upper 50s near the coast and low 60s inland and clearing later on today with some sunshine and the rest of the forecast. so, as we take a look at some of the coastal areas, this will be a big concern today. because our swells will be up to 22 feet because of the winds kicking up today. and a period of about 16 seconds. so, into the afternoon as the winds continue to increase up to 0 to 30 miles an hour, waves will be very choppy and very dangerous conditions for the surfers out there and also boaters, as well. a look at the weekend forecast. we'll be in the upper 50s to low 70s tomorrow and all clears out
some sunshine in the forecast and warmg up on saturday and sunday. looking like summer-like temperatures into the mid-80s in the south bay on sunday. t's head over to mike now to see get an update on some of the accidents happening out there. >> we have a couple, kari. watching that crash off the roadway with san francisco 101 at 80 and west 580. not presenting a lot of mrprobl. the bigger issue is the rain. this green highlighting portions of san jose. keep that in mind and i want to zoom in towards a new incident. sounds like the motorcycle brushed that center divider and we are track that and also look at the conditions in san jose. we showed that rain coming through on our sensors and that water kicking up. still very slick. >> mike, thank you. decision 2016. we are inching closer to two very important primaries in new york and finally california. >> bernie sanders and hillary clinton staged dueling rallies
and about 7,000 people showed up to his rally in manhattan. one of the largest rallies ever. >> clinton on the other hand attracting a smaller but enthusiastic crowd in the bronx. she focused on the republicans in the race, but sanders kept his focus on the democratic frontrunner. >> this is a tough race for us in that we are taking on someone who, obviously, was a united states senator here for eight years. >> clinton and sanders will go head- to-head in a debate in new york. 291 delegates up for grabs there. donald trump trying to make for the first time in a long time california's primary is going to be velverelevant. he is going to kick off the california republican convention at the airport hyatt regency. >> i mean, i'm glad that we are
attracting really for the first time all the republican presidential nominees. >> i would say that trump has a slight edge. >> why? >> just because of the celebrity side to it. >> in a statement, trump said that california has struggled to regain its full economic success and he's promising to bring more jobs. now to some business news. can wall street keep the rally going after two days of big gains? >> amazon has a new kindle. for that and the rest of the news before the bell we turn now to landon dowdy live at cnbc world headquarters. good morning. >> good morning to you both. the futures are slightly lower right now but yesterday the major avenues cruised to new 2016 highs with financials leading the rally. that's thanks to jpmorgan's strong earnings. earnings from competitors of bank of america and wells fargo today. look for data today on weekly jobless claims and the dow
closing at a five-month high to 17908. the nasdaq up 75 to 4947. amazon launching the new kindle oasis. its slimmest design ever in the series priced at $289 oasis is the most expensive ereader in years. the least expensive kindle costs $80 and the hefty price tag is due to a charger that is built into the cover. this extends battery life to a couple weeks. 75 takata airbag still not replaced. ten people have been killed in the u.s. due to the faulty inflaters. 29 million inflaters have been recalled by 14 automakers. takata has until 2019 to
demonstrate all are safe. back to you. >> thank you very much. 4:50 right now. happening today fast food workers here in the bay area and across the country will walk off their jobs today. they're calling for $15 an hour minimum wage for every american. workers are hoping california and new york's historic new laws raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour will fuel their fight. it's not just fast food workers here in the bay area, home care and child care workers will join in that protest. a large crowd is expected at the plaza in oakland later this afternoon. coming up next, you may have watched the warriors game last night. they made some history, but they weren't the only ones in the d headlines. somebody else said good-bye to the nba. kobe bryant's final moments on the court coming up. at first now, coming up, we are tracking showers moving through the bay area. download our free nbc bay area app to track all that rain with us. plus, as we mentioned the record setting golden state
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anti-seat hogging policy. >> the new rule on the agenda for the meeting at 9:00, b.a.r.t. wants tamake it against the law for someone who takes up more than one seat on a crowded train. if you break that law, your first offense will cost 100 bucks. more flights are arriving on time, but passenger complaints are still rising. transportation study finds that 80% of flights for leading airlines nationwide arrived on time. southwest had the best ontime mark. jetblue airways and spirit airlines have the worst record. there is a new way to stop distracted driving. in addition to a breathalyzer, police in new york could soon be equipped with a textalyzer. new york is proposing a bill to allow authorities to examine phones that scene of an
accident. however, officers wouldn't have access to conversations, contacts or photos. >> pretty interesting idea. certainly leads to a lot of accidents. 4:56 right now. it was a historic night here in the bay area, thousands also witnessed a little bit of history in los angeles. >> the last game for the mamba after one last unforgettable performance the basketball world will have to get used to life without kobe bryant. bryant topping off his amazing 20-year career with a 60-point night leading his team to a comeback victory over the jazz at the staples center. the last time he scored more than 50 points was in 2009. with four second left in this game fans were chanting his name as he stepped off the court. after the game, the lakers posted these pictures to twitter with the caption, 60 point in career game, 1,556 let's pop some.
like they did. #thankyoukobe. >> so many people trying to flip between the warriors game and the lakers game. >> what he did last night. one of the great players in the nba who has been running for him on fumes. he scored 60 points last night. >> he said a lot of his teammates were saying, don't pass the test. just go. >> he took 50 shots. that's the most shots he has ever taken in a game. coming up, making a little more history. yep. we were talking about it. the bay area waking up to a brand-new record set by our own boys over in oakland. more on the warriors big victory coming up in a live report. roads are wet as you head out this morning. more about your wet morning drive and if it lasts into this afternoon. that's coming up into the microclimate forecast.
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the conditions you could be facing on your morning commute. =sam//vo= plus. an accidental shooting....wher e you'd probably least expect it. the story you'll only see on nbc. steph/live steph tease =sam/2shot= good morning - and thanks for 73 wins in one single season and the confetti is still on the ground here at oracle. we have the highlights coming up. "today in the bay" starts now. lots of olocal sports fans with an extra bounce in their step. thank you for joining us, i'm
sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. i was interested to see how hoarse her voice was. she was at the game. raindrops. live look at san rafael as the system making its way through the bay area. >> how long will it last? we turn now to kari hall and little bit of green on there. good morning. >> good morning. the warriors did so well last night they made it rain outside, too. seeing that moving through the bay area and the sierra. as the system quickly moves through, we'll have spotty, light rain and enough to make the roads wet and in a couple spots heavy enough to bring about 0.25. now, it's 47 degrees in the north bay. little bit milder in parts of the peninsula and south bay and highs today expected in the low 60s. so, a touch cooler than yesterday and the wind will make you feel even cooler. i'll talk about that and also a thgh surf advisory.