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windy weather across the bay area topples trees and makes a sand storm of sorts at the beach and even more blustery conditions are in the forecast. good evening and thanks for joining us i'm maureen naylor. >> and i'm ken wayne. from the beaches to the bridges to the inland valleys it is very windy out there. here is a live picture showing the blustery conditions in san francisco's financial district. you can get an idea of how strong the winds are right now. >> a very large eucalyptus tree
came down at 6:30 believed to be because of the winds. fortunately no one was hurt when the tree fell. a road is now back open. we have team coverage, meteorologist mark tamayo is in the weather center. but we go to jade hernandez who's on treasure island. >> reporter: we are on treasure island to show you a better look at the bay bridge. it's one of the bridges in the area that has a wind advisory for tonight. strong gusts caused other problems along the coast. >> reporter: ocean beach turned into a roaring dune this afternoon. >> it's windy. it's really windy. >> the sunset district decided 20 feet was enough. from the beach to the great highway, woers couldn't clear the sand off of the road to
caltranses closed it and traffic was diverted. less than 4 miles away, wind damage was still evident from last week's gust. >> we drove by and then we saw the damage and we department know about it at first. but we saw it when we got here, yeah. >> reporter: but no one seemed to mind today's conditions. >> it didn't get real bad until a few hours ago. that's when it started getting a little chilly. it's san francisco, this is as good as it gets. >> reporter: and he might be right. as for the city'srecreation and parks department, no reports of downed trees. we mentioned the bay bridge's wind advisory, there's also a wind advisory for the san mateo bridge today. looking down there on the bridge you drove across it earlier tonight what was it like. >> we drove across it three hours ago, it seemed the
drivers were handling windy conditions but it may be a different story tomorrow morning. ken. >> jade hernandez live at yerba buena island. >> and we have meteorologist mark tamayo looking at the wind. >> pretty strong out of sfo. fairfield as you can see out of the west as well 17 miles per hour. we also have the wind gust so you can see a stronger wind. 31miles per hour at last check. as far as the wind advisory this begins tomorrow morning. this in place for the coastal areas, the north bay hills and the bay shoreline. winds could be gusting approaching 50 miles per hour. so the winds tomorrow will be stronger than today, that's a big concern. you can see the winds really
ramping up throughout the afternoon hours at 1:00. that's projected wind, half- moon bay 34 miles per hour. whipty for your monday and the latest on live storm tracker 2. we have clouds and moisture approaching the bay area. in addition to the winds, we'll be tracking showers. we'll let you know when the wind finally move out of town. >> you can follow mark tamayo and our weather team online. it happened on highway 41 near yosemite national park around 6:15 last night. the highway patrol says the bus was going too fast when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree. 15 passengers and the tour guide suffered scrapes and bruises. the bus driver was the only person not injured. and tells the chp the accident was due to a problem because of the bus.
>> the driver of the bus is claiming a steering problem with the bus. this vehicle was impounded for inspection purposes. the bus was operated by a buehrleing game company called seven happiness tour. the driver of the bus has a clean driving record. new information on the train derailment near fremont we first brought to you as breaking news. amtrak passengers on board were delayed for more than four hours. the coach starlight train finally pulled in at 2:00 this morning. >> it took at least half an hour once we stopped to find out what was going on. and even then we didn't really learn the true story. >> an amtrak spokesperson said only the locomotive wheels left
the tracks. capital corridor trains will run as scheduled tomorrow. no word yet on what caused the derailment. two people were air lifted to an east bay hospital today after a shooting near a shopping mall this morning. it happened near 2:00 this morning in richmond. according to reports someone shot a man and a woman inside of a car. they managed to drive to a safer location to call for help. two helicopter landed in the hilltop mall. there is no word on their conditions or the motive for the shootings. the san francisco medical examiner today identified the victim of last night's fatal shooting in the knob hill neighborhood in the city as gear. gear was shot after some kind of argument. officers arrested a 55-year-old man in connection with that shooting. he has not been identified. investigators say he is the only suspect in the case but they have not released a motive for the attack. new at 10:00, an outbreak
of meningitis has officials worried especially now that a victim has been found here. deborah villalon has reaction and advice from the experts. >> reporter: we found out many people here know about an ongoing meningitis outbreak in the city of new york city, now the possibility that it has come west. the message is sending ripples from california north. >> we had a case where a fit healthy man went to work out on monday to not showing up to work on friday. it kills that quickly. >> reporter: the victim just two weeks before had attended a white party in white springs. roving party, this white party attracted huge crowds and quite likely men two traveled to new york.
>> it could be a coincidence, we don't know where his exposure occurred. >> reporter: san francisco's health department says they've been advising men to vaccinate against meningitis before going to new york. not so huge that san francisco is expanding it's travel vaccination advice. at least not until the staff has heard from l.a. authorities. >> they're going to be looking at when did he get sick. they're going to look closely where his exposures might have occurred. >> reporter: bacterial men --
presidential campaign. you don't have to understand the chants or know the candidates to hear the passion. >> the place where i grew up no longer exists. >> reporter: maritza got in line to vote, along supporters of chavez. they support chavez heir. >> he represents continuity of the chavez project. the socialists boulevarian project. >> reporter: police stepped into this argument. >> this guy is with the venezuelan government and he's trying to get a picture of me. >> reporter: there was no proof of the claim that some say
elections hasn't handed one man. a poster next to the voting table of chavez that claims his victory is your victory. the question is how much his influence lives on. >> it's about the democracy and about the liberty in venezuelan. >> they only represent a tiny amount of the vote in venezuela. >> reporter: they say they're votes won't be counted until the official vote is in. the tax deadline is here. the last minute unexpected help from some bay area students that they're providing for free. >> the debate over gun control heating up once again. the compromise that's gaining ground on capitol hill. >> i was loved -- >> looking for unknown victims. we sit down with the fbi that
procrastinator and the people that have waited may surprise you. >> reporter: she's a cal student during the week, a certified tax preparer during the weekends. >> it's really cool when you see the numbers going up and they get their refunds. i am thinking, i'm actually helping some of these people get their income taxes. >> reporter: she is one ofthe tax preparers for the irs income help assistance. >> i thought it was a good way to help out people in a practical way. >> reporter: oakland residents wrapped around thestair well on 15th street. >> i got here at 9:00 thinking i was going to be the first one. someone beat me, 6:45. >> lots of procrastinators. >> yeah. >> we need more places like this place. to give back to the oakland
community. >> reporter: many who come for help have no idea how the tax process works. sometime it is less experience tax preparers get a few funny looks. >> i'm just like, i'm only a second year student. some people are really like, oh that's a cool thing. >> reporter: the nonprofit center opens again tomorrow for free tax help. from 9:00 a.m. to midnight. you can just walk right in but you can expect a very long wait. in oakland, lorraine blanco. >> oakland's main postoffice at 1675 seventh street will be open until 10:00 tomorrow night and it will have curb side drop off. san francisco's busiest postoffice will also be open until 10:00. the main office will remain open until 8:00. fewer stations are open late this year because so many taxpayers are filing online. about three dozen protesters gathered in normally quiet downtown petaluma today
for a demonstration and march. the protesters marched from henry park through downtown in front of the mystic theater and down to the hotel petaluma on washington street. the renovation plan by the new owners are forcing dozens of low income tenants out of their home. many of whom had lived there for years. the new older wants to return the building to an upscale hotel. the petaluma city council says since no taxpayers dollars have been involved, they must approve the request. a small group of demonstrators gathered in oakland. a former pastor along with members of the group s.n.a.p.
or the sur -- surviving victims of people abused by priests. >> today i asked the bishop on the names of priests that have been accused and how much money has been spent on legal fees. >> reporter: the bishop was sympathetic but did not announce if he would release the information. santorum has cancelled several appearances scheduled for tomorrow in iowa but is expected to resume his full schedule next week. john kerry gave his speech about north korea. japan along with south korea and the u.s. have been the target of scathing rhetoric from north korea.
the u.s. is open to authentic negotiations, he warns north korea to back down. >> the north's dangerous nuclear weapons program threatens not only north korea's neighbors but it threatens its own people. >> the kerry's meeting monday before returning to washington. meanwhile north korea celebrating the birthday of its founder. the nation's top officials met in the capital as well. a state news broadcast predicted that north korea will expand its nuclear force and prepare for quote all out war against the u.s. a florida police sergeant fired because of controversial gun targets is telling his side of the story. sergeant ron king was fired friday by the port canaveral police department after video
was released of him shooting a target resembled trayvon martin. sergeant king said the targets were an example of what not to shoot. ktvu's katy yutas says there seems to be a compromise but that does not mean the rank on file will accept it. >> reporter: the pair came up with a compromise for expanded background checks in gun sales. john mccain a leading gop conservative says he wants to know more about background checks for internet gun transactions but giving their plan a preliminary thumbs up. >> i've got to give them credit and i want to look at it but i'm very favorably disposed. >> reporter: still there is some conservative push back. jeff sessions told abc he doesn't think the deal will
pass and complaints that current gun laws are not adequately enforced. republican mike lee can't get behind it either. >> this bill i believe would do more to limit the laws. >> this is about if it's legal to make it easier for people who are already not supposed to be weapons to own them. >> reporter: whether or not it has enough conservative votes to pass remains a question. we have an update on a story we brought you yesterday about a gun buy back program in san mateo county. jackie spear called the buy back a success. 250 firearms were collected at the courthouse yesterday.
in all organizers paid about $23,000 to recover the guns. one hundred dollars for handguns, rivals and shotguns and $200 for assault weapons. several popular rides at disney shut down. the concerns being released tonight. >> the dramatic way a convicted armed robber broke out of prison. >> an alert issued at san jose university. >> i'm still tracking gusty winds across the bay area. a break down of shower chances for the morning commute and when the 80s resurface in the long range forecast.
all are reportedly fine. the captain tug boat is owned by an alameda tow. the islamic group alshada is claiming responsible for the attack. militants dressed in somali uniforms entered the building and started shooting. an extensive man hunt is under way after a convicted robber blasted his way out of prison. said is reknowned in france where he claims to have modeled his crimes after hollywood
movies. he was in prison for 10 years, he was returned to prison in 2011 for a parol violation after investigators say said was behind a robbery where a woman was killed? disney shut down several rides after citations. the matterhorn ride was closed today but was reopened later today. raising thousands of the dollars one cup at a time. how a north bay 9-year-old is using an old fashion lemonade stand to make social change. how the words from a notorious child killer has the fbi searching for more victims from the bay area.
a 9-year-old in marin county is taking on issue well beyond her years. the woman is hoping to make a big difference with a little lemonade stand. >> i was hoping it would be hot today. >> hurry. >> would you like some lemonade. >> vivian and turner spent a couple of hours in the salsalito sun. >> i'm raising awareness about napoli. >> reporter: the two were inspired after seeing a picture of napoli boys carrying slabs. >> she's raising money one cup at a time.
but we set up a web page where people can donate and buy a lemonade. it's a for profit company that can operate in the interest of the good rather than in the interest of profit. >> right now the family is squeezing the lemonade by hand but are hoping to have the product on stores by next month. vivian says she's worked the stand 144 days in a row but is hoping to make it a full year. >> i think what they're doing is amazing. >> i like what i'm doing to myself. doing something important and saying we did it. i am just going to keep doing it until that point. >> reporter: in sausalito, cara liu, channel 2 news. san jose san francisco officials are alerting students
that an armed robbery occurred on campus. they are described as a white male wearing a hoodie and an african american man wearing a dark gray windbreaker and blue jeans. these pictures were taken yesterday, they show a woman who asked to take a test drive and left a driver's license. a license the owner of the store believes is fake. the woman road off on a bike and never came back. >>-- his younger brother kerry is on death row. during kerry's trial his
fathers testified they felt they neglected them as they worried about their kidnapped son. the older steinard died last month at the age of 79. the words of a notorious killer has investigators looking for six victims years later. they're asking for the public's help now. it's a story you will only see on 2. >> i'm not accountable of anyone else by me. >> reporter: curtis d. anderson was already notorious for the death of lazario when the fbi came to talk to him about the disappearance of schwartz, he would admit to killing her too. investigators say this man revealed he had six more victims no one had heard about. >> he had told me that the first time he killed somebody
was probably early 84. >> reporter: marty parker was one of two fbi agents who conducted the 5-1/2 hour interview with anderson. he was just 23 or 24 years old when anderson said he killed three young women possibly run aways near marysville. >> this is what he just called disposable people railroad -- >> reporter: he met another victim at a bar. he said she might have been 21 but did not give agents much to go on. he would only say he dumped the body in the hills in late november of 84. but investigators are hoping the public can identify other victims. anderson remembered it happened around the same time the north hollywood shoot out between police and bank robbers was grabbing headlines in 1987. he said he met a woman named rosie in san jose. anderson said he strangled her
and dumped her body near ben lomond300 yards past a retainment pond. >> he thinks she was probably mixed hispanic and black and that she had noticeable junkie tracks on her arms. i think somebody knows rosie. >> reporter: they are all details the fbi hasn't shared until now. parker says they are out of leads and need the public's help. >> it's really frustrating to know that there's probably families out there who just wonder what happened to their loved ones and think they will never know. >> reporter: while parker acknowledges anderson lied about some of his experiences with women, she says these cases are different in part because he admitted making mistakes and shared details of a 1989 killing so brutal it even seemed to bother anderson. >> he stated he picked a navajo woman from benetia, the main
drag in benetia. >> reporter: just like he did with schwartz, anderson said they drove to arizona before he strayed from his mo. >> he said she was getting mouthy and he was getting irritated with her. when they were in arizona he took her out, strapped her to the car and dragged her for miles. >> reporter: agents created a time line with that information and used it to rule him out of other cases such as the disappearance of ilene mishelof. >> any thought this guy would have stopped doing what he was doing. >> absolutely not. he would have never stopped. he even told us if he got out of jail that day the next day he would pick someone else up. >> reporter: just a month after parker interviewed him, anderson died behind bars taking with him the best chance
of gathering more information about so many unsolved cases. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. the fbi has set up a hot line for anyone with information about any of these cases. the number is 1-800-call-fbi. and coming up right after the 10:00 news, a second look will have more with the fbi about curtis dean anderson and his victims. in the sierra, spring brings an end to snow delight. >> and mark tamayo has when we will see showers and when 80- degree heat returns.
the snow season is winding down as one tahoe resort officially ended at season today. sugar bowl held festivities this weekend to show appreciate to season ticketholders. today also marked the last day of the season for cross country skiers at royal gorge cross country. >> ski resorts closing doesn't mean the snow is over. we toss it over to mark tamayo. you say we could see snow out of the system that's moving through. >> snow showers tomorrow coming down to 5,000 feet. a snow producer in the sierra and maybe maybe a shower producer here in the bay area. but some cool temperatures right now lots of upper 40s or basically 50s out there. santa rosa 52 degrees right now. mountain view 55 and san jose 54. as far as those wind speeds we've been talking a lot about the strong winds. they have backed up a little bit but still pretty strong winds out of sfo right at 22 miles per hour.
we have some high clouds and a little bit of activity in the radar. nothing too major just yet. as this moisture moves in, we could have a few scattered showers early tomorrow morning. not much in the way of shower cover but we could rule a chance of a spotty sprinkle. first thing tomorrow morning between 4:00 and 6:00. you will see this forecast model scales back on the cloud cover by the afternoon hours. that slight chance of a shower, cool and breezy to start off your monday. temperatures pretty chilly. mainly in the 40s out toward santa rosa and napa. san francisco 46 and san jose starting out tomorrow morning in the mid-40s. we have been watching this weather system. this will be the evidential track. strong winds and that wind advisory kicking in tomorrow morning at 9:00. the cooling trend, temperatures for tomorrow only in the upper 50s to lower 60s. once the system moves out. the cold air remains in place and we could be tracking patchy fog for tuesday morning and
wednesday morning: as far as the wind advisory once again. this beginning at 11:00 tomorrow morning. winds could be approaching 45 to 50 miles per hour. so definitely the strong winds a concern again into monday. in fact, stronger than today. here's our forecast model throughout the day showing you the projected winds. the gusts throughout the afternoon hours. you can see half-moon bay 43 miles per hour. santa rosa 32. concord 27 miles per hour. so get the idea winds will not be calm tomorrow. increasing with the intensity throughout the afternoon and into the early evening hours. forecast highs for tomorrow, 53. san jose 62. half-moon bay 58. and san mateo 60 degrees. your five day forecast and a lot going on over the next few days. tomorrow windy, there's a chance of a light shower or sprinkle throughout the morning hours. with the clouds moving out. the cold air lingers.
patchy frost first thing tuesday morning. and then we go the other direction maureen and ken. warmest locations by the weekends could be approaching the 80-degree mark. it's that time of year we talk about a variety of weather elements. you're going to see those big warning signs to warn you of the strong winds. >> we're kind of going on back to back wind storms we just had a really big wind storm a few days ago. >> last weekend at this time, we were talking about the strong winds. so basically a repeat performance. >> the showers, frost and almost 80s. >> all right, thank you mark. >> got it all. thank you mark. the giants with a wild come back in chicago. >> and what australian adam scott did today at the masters that has never been done before. sports wrap is next.
good evening everyone and thanks for joining our sunday night edition of sports wrap. this 77th masters championship was once again a dramatic seesaw. cabrera used his son as caddy. he faced snetecker. finished tied for sixth. tiger woods has never once come from behind to win the title and he didn't do that today either. he finish