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fans. good morning. thanks for joining us. happy memorial day, as well. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> scott mcgrew in for sam brock. >> temperatures quickly rising. right now we have a lot of low clouds and patchy fog. you are seeing a bit of that around san francisco into the north bay. upper 70s close to san jose. mid to upper 80s san jose. 90s concord, livermore and pleasanton. san francisco out of presidio, looks pleasant. upper 60s to low 70s. danville, it's hot. we'll see temperatures on the rise. they rise more into tuesday's high pressure strengthens. midnight is possible for warmer
temperatures. presidential candidates have their sights set on california. bernie sanders is back in the bay area. bob redell is live on treasure island with where he'll be today. bernie calling california the big enchilada. >> that's why he'll be seen a lot. he will kick off this week with a rally at 2:00 in oakland with danny glover. that not open to the public. it will be one of several appearances as senator bernie sanders tries to win as many delegates as possible during next week's california primary. hillary clinton is expected to win enough regular delegates to clinch the democratic nomination. a fact not lost on senator sanders. he is staying in the race in hopes to convince the super
delegates to switch to his campaign. >> now every poll done in the last month, we are defeating trump often by big numbers and always a larger margin than secretary clinton. we'll make the case your job is to make sure trump is defeated, bernie sanders for a variety of reasons is the strongest candidate. >> when asked by moderator chuck todd if he would be secretary clinton's vp running mate he wouldn't say yes or no, just his focus is on winning the nomination. today oakland, later in the week palo alto. santa cruz and monterey. for the public rally, there is one at 4:00 at in downtown oakland.
bob redell "today in the bay." >> hillary clinton opened two new campaign office necessary california this weekend. yesterday she opened an office in san bernardino county. saturday she opened one in fresno. her campaign has 11 offices in the state. >> much more coming up in a live report from washington, d.c. tracie potts will join us in our next half hour. an emotional night for the family of missing teenager pearl pinson. neighbors, relatives gathered at the overpass where it was believe she was abducted a witness said she heard shots and screams last week. pinson was allegedly dragged away. search crews were busy this weekend looking in sonoma county, but no sign of the 15-year-old. >> i've been emotional the last three days. i've known her and to think something like this happened to her tears me up.
>> she is alive and i know it. i believe she will be found soon. >> fernando castro may be responsible for pinson's kidnapping. he was killed in a shootout last week on the central coast. >> search for a missing father and daughter last seen in the bay area has unfortunately come to a tragic yesterday. yesterday the body of 1-year-old hailey jackson was pulled out of the slew in sacramento. the two disappeared after leaving antioch headed for sacramento. it's a not clear what happened. another arrest in the case of a novato high school student shot and killed last week. last nightmare-in county sheriff's deputies confirmed a 21-year-old man was arrested as an accessory to the crime. two novato high school students
were shot and stabbed wednesday. one died and the other searcy hurt. thursday two suspects were arrested. police looking for a third teenage suspect. >> a the water agent was attacked on the job. a man grabbed his face and threatened to break his jaw. this happened around 7:00 saturday morning. the worker asked the man to pay his fare. they booked him as john doe because the man refused to identify himself. police are teaming up to find this man who ran off with an undisclosed amount of money two weeks ago. the robbery happened at the first national bank of northern california. suspect described as middle eastern or hispanic man in his mid 20s. >>ç 6:05. does it get better for bay area sports fans this year? sharks dropped the puck for the
first-ever stanley cup final series and warriors have a chance to return to the nba finals when they play a pressure-backed game in oracle. a live look inside the arena. those seats will be filled. >> hot spots expect the evening hours to be packed. loyalties may be divided when it comes to the full attention of fans, many will keep their eyes on both games. >> i'll be watching both games. 25 years we've been waiting for the sharks to do this.
>> the puck drops at 5:00. let's check the forecast. so many people have an extended weekend. they are hoping for great weather. san jose you've got clear skies. 54. later on this evening, got a viewing party out of this. 5:00 will have temperatures outside close to 81. $5 tickets benefitting the sharks' foundation. coverage starting tonight at 5:00. oakland 57. misty skies. by 6:00 tonight as game seven gets under way, temperatures in the upper 60s. breezy evening out near oakland. during the day, mid 80s in the forecast in san jose.
upper 60s, low 70s around san francisco. north bay temperatures in the 80s. 80s to low 90s. look at the five-day temperature trend. san jose, similar story there. upper 80s tomorrow closing in on 90 friday. 70s for san francisco. >> up next, towns under water as rain slams into texas leaving hundreds stranded. an intense rescue at home. quick work by firefighters who saved the lives of two teenagers in the oakland hills.
they killed eight people near a military checkpoint. it comes as iraqi troops launch new offense to take the city of fallujah which has been in the hands of isis over two years. a soccer star was rescued by mexican police just south of the texan border. >> he plays with the greek squad. he had been visiting his hometown when kidnappers took him at gun point saturday. federal police quickly jumped into action and managed to rescue him just before midnight last night. mexican authorities took him away quickly so reporters couldn't ask about his kidnappers and what happened to them. chaos in houston shortly after 10:00 yesterday morning when a gunman took aim at random people and fired at officers when they arrived on scene.
>> we do not know what started this. they were shooting randomly just at whoever comes upon the scene. their training kicked in. they did what they had to do. they took care of one another and contained the scene as best as poll. >> officers shot and killed the suspect. he has not been identified. police say the officers hurt have been released from the hospital and are recovering at home. a wall honoring soldiers missing in action was vandalized before memorial day. dozens of people showed up at the memorial yesterday in venice beach. the past week someone spray painted over 2,000 names of veterans missing in action. so many volunteers decided it was their duty to restore the wall.
some veterans themselves. >> i was so hurt by what i saw in the news this morning that i knew this is my job for this memorial day. >> this is about as bad as burning an american flag, stomping on it. >> restoring this wall comes with an added hurdle. a protectant was never applied to the wall so removing the graffiti removes the names. they plan to rewrite the names on the wall. at john f. kennedy airport, a server crashed yesterday. many were given handwritten boarding passes and had to be manually checked in. a deadly car crash in santa clara tied up light rail services for hours yesterday. the crash happened before 6:00. a car and truck collided killing the woman in the car. the man driving the truck and his passenger ended up in the hospital with
nonlife-threatening injuries. the truck ended up on the light rail tracks. the bridge was set up to get riders to and from gray america and bay point station. cause of the crash is under investigation. a dramatic rescue after a crash in the east bay. a car with two teenagers inside plunged in the oakland hills. >> the car fell hundreds of feel down a ravine. >> it's amazing they got stopped on that ledge there. they were lucky or it would have gone harder. >> one teen had to be carried out while the other was airlifted to the hospital. >> tropical storm bonnie has been down graded.
some roads in georgia have been submerged by rain. conditions are expected to improve throughout the day. >> horrific weather in the midwest and texas. take a look at this video shot by a student in montgomery county heading home from school. water was rushing over the road. you can see from the bus he was on. texas alone, six people are dead. a number of people are missing. northwest of san antonio, ten inches of rain fell in just a fewhouse saturday night. coast guard is searching for a man swept away. rescuers are desperately looking for an 11-year-old boy swept away by flood waters in kansas. >> we don't know how long this event is going to last. we don't know how bad it's going to be other than we know it is going to be a significant event. >> forecasters saying more rain will arrive by later this week. here back in the bay area,
you're wondering about your memorial day plans. >> you can see the fog and low clouds across the golden gate bridge. low clouds this morning. increasingly high temperatures for the afternoon starting today and for the better part of the week. the view around sunol is mostly sunny. interesting mix with dense fog and low clouds around the coast and inner bay. sunshine winning out. spread of temperatures from 48 cool degrees in the north bay around napa. san jose beautiful sunrise view. temperatures in the mid 50s on our way to 80s later on. the view around the tri-valley, 54, hazy skies in dublin and there is the mist storm right now in san francisco. 55. lots of low clouds. around the coast, watch out for visibility at times may be down less than a mile from half moon bay to santa cruz for the
morning. temperatures will start off in the mid 50s. starting to climb into the 70s and mid 80s. staying relatively cool out toward san francisco today and san jose highs in the low to mid 80s. likely upper 80s. san francisco close to 70. low to mid 80s around santa rosa and san rafael from walnut creek to concord. upper 80s and low 90s. find relief from the heat on the coast. patchy low clouds. highs at their warmest around santa cruz today. little spike in temperatures from san francisco with 70s. san jose starting to climb.
tri-valley low to mid 90s tuesday and mid 90s on friday. temperatures cooling with more clouds. >> we will enjoy today. honoring our nation's servicemen and women. > . >> happy memorial day. donald trump trying to convince veterans to support him. coming up on "today" severe weather making a mess of the holiday for tens of millions from southwest to new england. dylan is tracking the storms. growing outrage over the cincinnati zoo's handling of a terrifying situation. that little boy entered the gorilla exhibit. we are there live. meet the 25-year-old who set her sights on becoming the
parade. the theme was long live mother earth. the continued into the mission street area. if you're looking for ways to commemorate this holiday, here are events you can attend later this morning. >> check out the world war ii airplane at the wings of freedom tour. san jose metropolitan band will perform inç los gatos memorial park as part of that memorial day program. in san francisco, there is a march with veterans at the san francisco national cemetery followed by speeches and 21-gun salute. >> commemorations take place across the nation to remember veterans who died. president obama is scheduled to visit the tomb of the unknown soldier and will take part of the wreath-laying ceremony that begins 8:00 a.m. our time. congress and president
approved a plan for the memorial. they need at least $25 million to get started. 1 1/2 years later, the group is short. members have three more years to raise the money before that congressional authorization expires. >> very gratifying to know 50 years from now, 100 years from now, americans and global citizens are going to be able to know the story of operation desert storm and know how important it was. >> the group is considering two proposed sites. one is adjacent to the lincoln memorial and the other near arlington cemetery. candidates honoring veterans. >> tracie potts joins us live from washington with the latest on the big race for the white house. good morning. you're going to see it today. bernie sanders in oakland again trying to get that california
vote banking on california a week from tomorrow to help him win this nomination. today hillary clinton is celebrating with veterans back home in chappaqua, new york. donald trump is taking the day off. politics focusing on veterans this memorial day. donald trump promises they'll get better treatment than immigrants. >> thousands of people are dying, waiting on line to see a doctor. that is not going to happen any more. >> clintons marched in their hometown parade, on defense about her e-mail as supporters urge bernie sanders to read the writing on the wall. >> he would know it's all but over. >> sanders is fighting for california's primary one week from tomorrow standing with farm workers. >> conditions exit for our farm workers, the people who feed us
that should not exist and have got to change. >> chiding donald trump for backing out of a possible debate. trump's campaign chair says they will wait till clinton or sanders win. >> mr. trump will debate whoever emerges from the system. >> he could face more competition this fall. libertarians nominated gary johnson and conservatives are promising, quoting here, an impressive independent with a strong team and a real chance. >> so donald trump's response to all that, he says the people behind this possible independent candidate are light weight and they are trying to put a spoiler out there. we don't know who that might be. one name thrown around, mitt romney. coming up next on "today in the bay," chasing championships. the sharks and warriors continue their quest to take home the
prize. a live look at oracle arena. the action will go down tonight. we'll look at tonight's match for both bay area teams coming up. >> memorial day starting off with sunshine around san jose. different story. san francisco, misty skies. high pressure strengthening that could put some spots approaching the mid 90s this week.
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upper 80s by 1:00. that heat is a big part of the weather story. we'll tell you about 90s coming into the forecast for the better part of the week. 6:31. decision 2016. presidential candidate bernie sanders is back in the bay area. he is holding an event in oakland. palo alto, santa cruz and monterey. bernie sanders and hillary clinton have their eyes set on our golden state. bob redell live on treasure island with more of what's in store for derby sanders' trip. >> good morning. california primary a week from tomorrow, senator bernie sanders making a big push these days leading up to it. 2:00 this afternoon will be kicking off with a rally with actor danny glover. oakland, palo alto, santa cruz
and monterey. sanders pledged to stay in the race even though hillary clinton is expected to clinch the nomination. sanders is hoping to convince super delegates to flip their support to his side. hillary clinton is back home in new york. she took yesterday off from campaigning after a tough week when a state inspector general report said as secretary of state she never asked permission to use a private e-mail server, which she said she did. >> the democrats are all over the map. they go from very liberal to moderately conservative. historically, it's been more difficult for the democrats. this year it looks more so because of this huge fight that just won't end between sanders and clinton. >> sanders at a 2:00 rally this afternoon in oakland at a
church. that is not open to the public. he will have a public rally at 4:00 in downtown oakland. bob redell, today in the bay. san francisco voters received incorrect ballots. the examiner reports mail-in ballots with incorrect party affiliation were sent to about 1,400 voters. one is for people who signed up to be poll workers. the ballots list incorrect party affiliations, but are still valid and voters can receive the correct ballot, as well. as the california primary comes closer, voters from alameda county are offered convenient options. they will drop off vote by mail ballots. they could do that till the polls close. many will be able to hand off their ballots without getting out of their car thanks to a 24-hour drop box placed around
several city hall buildings. you can go to nbcbayarea.com. it is 6:34. strange twist in the arrest of a south bay man accused of killing two dogs in a hit-and-run crash. the alleged driver runs a dog walking business. deputies say he was driving his pick-up truck in saratoga wednesday morning when he hit a woman walking two labradors. the dogs had to be euthanized. the owner was knocked to the ground and injured. he allegedly fled the scene. he ran a dog walking business. the page has been taken down. he is accredited with coloneling a specialized dog leash. several people in san francisco recovering after a car crash sent seven people to the hospital. the fire department warned people to avoid the area around 8th and mission street.
six of the victims were doing okay but one remained in critical condition. >> the search for two oakland boys turned into a recovery effort. 15-year-olds were with their family on a boat on woodward reservoir. several people decided to jump into the water. sheriff's deputies say they were not wearing life jackets and it is believed they drowned. woodward reservoir is east of stockton. a san jose city councilman is back after spending a night in portland's controversial tent settlement friday night. he said he went into it with an open mind and willingness to learn but came out wishing he had done it sooner. he spent the night fighting off rats. >> i don't mind the noise, the
snoring, but i couldn't sleep because i had to fight back the rats. the rats are big and they're fat and they just stare at me. >> sounds less than pleasant. aside from the conditions, he said he was impressed with the camp and those who live there. santa clara has an estimated 6,000 homeless people. their camps are often illegal. his challenge is to find the right spot in san jose. gathering enough support might be tough. what to do this evening? i wonder if there are sports on television this evening? sharks drop the puck for their first-ever stanley cup final series and warriors have a chance at the nba finals. sometimes it is about what to wear when it comes to losing a
friendly wager. >> both and girls club will receive sports items donations and the person delivering the equipment will wear the jersey of whichever team wins. root for our sharks and watch game one of the stanley cup finals here on nbc bay area. coverage starts at 5:00 p.m. warriors, this is it for warriors and oklahoma thunder. game seven, winner goes on to the nba finals to play the cleveland cavaliers. exciting, nerve racking, emotional. warriors were losing the series through games one. doves turned things around and now they are one game away.
it's going to be electric inside here. inside the oracle arena. these are live pictures. tipoff tonight at 6:00, go warriors. this weekend's work on b.a.r.t.'s fremont line will wrap up earlier because of the warriors' game. workers were doing regular upgrade to tracks. the closures had to be scheduled to last through tomorrow morning. you've got the warriors playing tonight. they'll put the line back up and run buying 3:00 this afternoon. they want you to take public transit to the game. a live look at the bay bridge with bike riders. people are getting a rare summer treat. as of this past saturday, they have more time to work on the bridge. new hours extended starting from 6:00 in the morning to 9:00 at night. lifeguards will decide later
whether to reopen a southern california beach evacuated yesterday after what is believed to be a shark attack. >> life guards say a woman swimming about 150 yards offshore was attacked by a shark. it happened yesterday afternoon. lifeguards used the boat to pull the woman to safety. she was wearing a wetsuit and suffered bite marks on her torso and arms. swrshgs. >> time to erase the waste. a message from save our shores. many people are expected to hit the santa cruz beaches today. noon to 4:00 the group will hand out trash bags and talk about the impact of litter on the ecosystem. it is an effort to prevent pollution. do your part. pick up the trash around you and an extra piece if you see one. the coast will be the place to be.
valley temperatures will soar into the mid 90s. right now ocean beach 56. misty skies. ocean beach today, mid to upper 60s. 60s and 70s closer to san francisco into the north bay. highs in the mid 80s. tri-valley upper 80s to low 90s today. we go warmer around san francisco. a bigger jump in inland temperatures come friday. san jose downtown in the 90s. there you see the hot weather. pleasanton, low 90s next couple of days. maybe even upper 90s. friday temperatures cooling. coming up next, they stop
honor of the missing vallejo team. authorities continue to scour the coast in search of her. >> in fairfield the solano sheriff's department has taken the lead. >> no sign of her five days after her disappearance. the solano sheriff is trying to find signs of her. she was last seen in an overpass. an acquaintance was seen by a witness dragging her in a vehicle. the only person who knows her whereabouts is dead. pearl's family and friends are still holding on to hope. >> she is alive and i know it. i believe she will be found
soon. >> hopefully they get information to go ahead and hopefully have their daughter back home. >> reporter: a ground and water search by 55 search and rescue personnel that was held last saturday did not turn out any information. this is an area where they were reportedly seen last week. the last thing authorities want before this case turns cold is if anyone saw anything. >> questions and outrage linger with relief for two parents after their child fell into gorilla zoo exhibit. a 4-year-old boy fell into the
zoo igor i'lla exhibit and was briefly dragged by the 17-year-old gorilla. the zoo's dangerous animal team shot and killed the primate after determining the situation. >> they made the right choice and a tough choice because they save that little boy's life. >> thousands signed an online petition criticizing zoo and police for how they handled the situation. the petition calls for the unidentified parents to be held accountable. >> a wild ride for a u.s. daredevil known as the human arrow 0. he jumped from a helicopter, flew through the air 120 miles per hour and right through that paper target suspended over the great wall of china. >> this is about precision. about doing something that was really hard. i barely got up and got the target.
i was like -- it's super scary. >> he's made a name for himself many times. the goal was to push human limits. >> he did that. >> a rare sight in the skies tonight. mars will be close to earth. it won't look this close. it will be closer to earth. right now the earth is lined up directly between the sun and mars. the elliptical nature of its orbit will help you enjoy the view after the sun goes down. a new report finds mass bleaching in australia's great barrier reef. bleaching is a byproduct of warmer waters and the phenomenon killed more than 1/3 of the coral in northern and central portions of the reef. coral is critical because it provides shelter for other sea
creatures. warming water is blamed on el nino. a lot of people hitting the beach this memorial day holiday. a hazy start to our day. >> we'll see temperatures eventually upper 60s along the coast. inland is where things will get interesting as our temperatures begin to climb today. a lot more later this week. right now the view in san francisco showing a lot of low clouds. misty skies around san francisco. temperatures at least for now months mostly upper 40s, low 50s. san jose sunshine but cool 54 around san jose, dublin. hazy skies. patchy fog. there again the view in san francisco, 55 with misty skies. as we move through the day, highs in the 80s for san jose. staying relatively cool. sea breeze holding its influence for parts of the coast and inner
bay. low 70s around san francisco. palo alto, north bay temperatures in the mid 80s. low 90s today and that trend will continue here over the next few days. temperatures in the sierra. if you head to the high country, the valley there 87. nice 75 in south lake tahoe. 84 in reno. here is the cause of the big warm-up. this high will leave the valley temperatures soaring. san francisco probably warming up to the 70s at times. rebounding those temperatures toward friday. upper 80s and close to 90 tomorrow. likely hitting those 90s by friday. the tri-valley in toward the delta towards concord, you will see temperatures twice this week spiking towards the mid 90s. friday mid to upper 90s possible as we edge toward the weekend. this high will get moved out of
the area saturday and sunday. interesting to watch this area of low pressure to the south that will bring in clouds. potential of tropical moisture out of the south. might have to watch out for mountain thunder showers. folks will appreciate the drop in temperatures. the next five to six days, highs in upper 80s. a cooldown as we approach next sunday. a wall honoring soldiers missing in action was vandalized before memorial day. dozens of people showed up to this vietnam memorial yesterday. this past week somebody sprayed thick layers of paint over the more than 2,000 names of soldiers missing in action. volunteers seeing the news on television decided it was their duty to help restore the wall.
>> i was so hurt by what i saw in the news, i know this is my job this memorial day. >> this is about as bad as burning an american flag, stomping on it. >> a protectant was never applied to that wall. when you remove the graffiti, you remove the names. volunteers plan to repaint the names. 6:51. a memorial day tradition returns to hawaii. thousands of floating lanterns will light up the water. tens of thousands of visitors are expected to hit the shoreline. people light candles and leave them floating the water for veterans and loved ones. i'd like to go that. seems beautiful. >> the weather should be ideal to enjoy the hemmed holiday. >> trip advisor surveyed thousands of people for what they are planning for memorial day if you plan to attend a
barbecue, you're not alone. hardcore grillers are hard at work. 50% of those surveyed say barbie is on the agenda. 20% plan on swimming. 18% plan to shop, take advantage of sales. memorial day is supposed to be a great day to get good deals out there. >> get home in time for two games. bernie sanders crisscrossing california ahead of the june primary. first happening now for the first time in 40 years, golden state warriors hosting game seven. they have a look how much you can pay for a ticket. bernie sanders says he will not rule out the possibility of being hillary clinton's running mate. for complete coverage of sanders' visit, find us on facebook. before you head out the door -
rally at an oakland church with actor danny glover is not open to the public. he will have a rally later in the afternoon you can check out. one of several appearances throughout the bay area over the next few days as senator sanders tries to win as many delegates as possible during a week from tomorrow's california primary. that's when secretary hillary clinton is expected to win enough regular delegates to clinch the democratic nomination, a fact that is not lost on senator sanders. he is staying in the race in hopes of convincing the party super delegate to switch their alliance to his campaign. >> in every major poll done in the last month, we are defeating trump often by big numbers and always at a larger margin than second clinton is. we'll make the case, your job is to make sure trump is defeated,
bernie sanders is the strongest candidate. >> that was senator sanders on nbc's "meet the press." when asked if he would consider being secretary clinton's vp running made, he didn't say yes or no. his focus is winning the nomination. there is that 4:00 rally this afternoon which is open to the public in oakland. >> bay area sports fans will get a double feature. warriors have a chance to return to the nba finals. the sharks drop the puck for their first-ever stanley cup series. watch the game right here on nbc bay area. coverage starts at 5:00. another arrest in the case
of a novato high school student. last night the sheriff confirmed a 21-year-old man was arrested for being an accessory to the crime. two novato high school students were shot and stabbed wednesday. one died, the other seriously hurt. thursday two teenage suspects were arrested. police are looking for a third teenage suspect. the search for a missing father and daughter last seen in the bay area has come to a tragic end. yesterday the body of 1-year-old caylee jackson was pulled out of the slew near sacramento. discovery comes days after search crews found her father's body. they disappeared leaving antioch headed to sacramento. it's not clear what happened. a lot of people have today off. it is an extended memorial day
weekend for some. waking up to a typical bay morning and warms up by the afternoon. >> warms up temperatures have been below average. not the case thisç week. we've got low clouds, misting skies around sacramento and coast by noon not too bad. upper 70s in san jose. 3:00 mid to upper 80s. low 90s beginning to show up inland. we'll see more as it goes through the week. upper akts, close to 90 on friday and out toward the tri-valley. mid 90s and possibly upper 90s by friday. the place to be, san francisco and the coast, relatively immune from the heat. you get the spread of 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and closer to 100 by friday. >> make plans for next weekend.
we are back at 7:25 with a live update. good morning. holiday washout. rain from georgia to maine, as bonnie makes its slow march up the east coast. while in texas, historic flooding leads to at least six deaths and triggers more evacuations overnight. late addition? a leading conservative suggests an impressive new candidate will soon enter the presidential race. this morning, trump's heated response. while on the democratic side, bernie sanders dismisses new calls to step aside and says he's in it till the end. growing outrage. protests at the cincinnati zoo, where a gorilla was shot and killed after a 3-year-old boy fell into the animal's exhibit.