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area welcomes the solar impulse 2 toll making a lending at moffett field using nothing but solar power. 2000 classic cars, trucks and plains. preparations underway at half moon bay for the pacific coast dream machine show. good morning and a live look at the golden gate bridge. at this moment conditions are pretty windy. we will see hundreds of of both out there in a few hours for the opening day on the bay. >> opening day on the bay.
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it should be a busy day on the water. and a gorgeous one out there on this sunday, april 24. welcomes to mornings onto matt. let's go to rosemary. it is going to be windy out there. >> small craft advisory inside and outside of the bay. on land we also have our own advisory that will kick in later today. the breeze is going not too bad for most of us but in the hills on the coastline it is in batches of clouds rolling over the area. this is the east bay hills. the sun is up but the clear skies are not so much. here is another view we gave you a moment ago. it is a beautiful start over the bay. the water is not choppy but that will change into the second part of the morning.
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because of that wind stirring things around, temperatures are up. santa rosa starting at 50. san francisco in the mid-50s. oakland 56. san jose 55. here is a look at the 25 hour temperature change. by 5:00 san jose. around the bay oakland in hayward mountain view in a few degrees warmer in napa and six degrees warmer in santa rosa. you can see we have northwesterly breeze from five to 10 over portions of the north bay and 8 in open. we were shifted to san jose where we have westerly breeze at 8 in livermore a light one. as we get into the second part of the day a wind advisory for the coast and the bayside communities. gusts could reach 55 along the coastline in the hills so it will be a breezy day. these are damaging so we will talk more about this when i come back and look at the afternoon highs.
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possibility of rain coming our way by midweek. history in his made at moffett field in mountain view. solar impulse 2, the solar powered plane successfully landed before midnight. it was a three-day journey from hawaii and considered the most dangerous part of the fight because it is the largest stretch of open water in the world and there were very few emergency landing sites. the pilot -- touched down to choose from supporters. there was more cheering when the doors were taken off and he stepped out. [ applause ]. card slept for 22 minutes at a time during the 62 hour flight from hawaii quickly looks pretty rested. he is looking forward to finishing the journey. the
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solar impulse 2 will make three more stops in the us before crossing the atlantic europe or north africa. >> that plane could be clearly seen as it flew over the golden gate bridge earlier. it was fairly easy since its wings are actually longer than a 747 and it was flying 28 miles an hour. many came to watch and see aviation history in the making.>> for some i believe that it is history in the making. is an important part of history so how to watch it -- i had to watch it. i want to tell my friends i saw it in person. >> us senator ted cruz says that landing at moffett field seemed appropriate since it is in the heart of silicon valley. google is the sponsor of this flight. students in wisconsin were shot and injured outside of the high school prom after 11:00 last night and
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antigo high school. the government showed up with a rifle and started shooting at two people who were leaving. police were between the parking lot at the time they heard shots and they fireback hitting the gunmen. the gunman was taken into custody and then to the hospital. >> the community is safe at this point. we have investigation to worry about. we are looking at the victims and hope everything comes to its -- comes through okay. >> we do not know the conviction -- condition of the victims. police are determining the motive. a female kidnapping victim was risky but only after a chase that police to several east bay cities. it started in richmond when a deputy noticed the driver of a toyota previous driving erratically and try to pull them over. the driver refused to stop in the deputy noticed a female passenger was upset and waving her arms. the chase continued with the driver attempting to
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carjackings. who stop in albany and off on foot. the police.fountain. police are not identifying him but say he was already facing charges of kidnapping, domestic violence and false imprisonment in another case. he will face more charges including second kidnapping charge. san mateo police need your help finding a man caught on camera breaking into a home. police say this man hit that home on east road. he ran off after. the homeowner confronted him. 5'10", 180 pounds. police believe he may be connected to other burglaries in the area. >> bay area nurses are preparing to go on strike. nurses from lucile packard children's hospital are at odds with administrator over pay and benefits. the union can come to an agreement with the federal mediator after three long sessions.
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the union could issue a former declaration and give the hospital notice before 3000 nurses can walk home -- off the job. seth curry is hoping to be back on the job on monday. he is listed as probable but golden state coach steve kerr things curry will play. >> the warriors has split the games against houston. they just played without curry. scott reese said the team and fans can help boost the warriors. >> we had hoped they would be a possible clincher for the warriors but obviously that is not the case. we will have to win game for to fall back into a serious type. protested not a a game or even derby game on thursday and stover had a shot to win in the final seconds. he didn't dwell on the loss but they will used as motivation. these guys haven't dropped back- to-back games all season and have no intention of doing it now.
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those teams get angry but our guys have done a good job of responding with their heads as well as their hearts. >> a refocus for your team is proud to do with anywhere any time. i expect them to show well today in game cormack and if they do people give themselves a chance to wrap up the series in front of home fans. scott reese. very important because coach kerr said we would look at his ankle in the morning and see how he plays before to gametime and everyone is crossing their fingers that he will feel good. >> i think he is actually going to play. >> he will play when they come back here for the next game on wednesday. >> game five, they want to get it done and move on. >> seth curry is not only the reigning nba mvp he is using his star power for good.
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>> i am calling my shots and i hope you will too. >> curry has announced his campaign called call your shot's. he is doing it with the nothing but net on foundation. it is to fight malaria in africa. he hopes to spread the word and has nominated people to call their own spot and posted online. >> i'm challenging seth curry and mcrae to call your shot. here is mine, the one bouncing in. >> curry challenged by the members of the nba on tnt and that includes shack and kenny smith. smith answer the call right away. >> staff, this is for you. how many times did he showed that? >> just one.
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>> if you would like to participate uploaded video to social media of your shot with the hash tag call your shot. if you would like to donate to the campaign visit call your shot.org. if you are looking for something fun to do today you may want to head to the half moon bay airport. the dream machine show starts later this morning and it will be big. >> capex cars and airplanes. allie rasmus is in half moon bay this morning with a preview.>> folks have started their injured that. you can hear the rumble. pacific coast a dream machine show and it is a classic car truck and plain lovers dream. half moon bay airport. all cars and trucks, 2012, for the show that starts at 10:30 am. i have bob is a founder of this
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event. what can people expect? >> you can see all the cars coming in. this is the 26th the year and we have 1000 cars and airplanes and steam engines and be raise money for the adult day health center here. they provide take care. >> para skydiving shows as well. >> ac 40 sexson. >> our photographer is getting shots. we will talk glee over here with fronds from daly city. this is your 1960 studebaker hawk. >> this is an original, 1960. i bought it from the original owner. >> when i was 10 years old i drove in this car. >> but does it feel like to be at a show like this and have people admire your car? >> it's awesome. i come here every year with a different car.
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>> thank you very much. we will let you get your car started so you can get part. you can see people who are at this event will take the time to come out and show off their classic cars are obviously enthusiastic and proud. for someone who likes cars this is a good event because as you can see more than 1000 classic cars and they have classic plains in world war ii era jets. and activities for the kids. motorcar shows in skydiving as well. i understand we will have 2000 cars and plains and buses just as you say. how hard is it to get in there? that road looks congested. >> there is a big long line of all these vehicles waiting to come in and part. they just started moving. they are partier on the runway up until two minutes before the live shot started and you are the engines turn on and now the cars are lining up.
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people get set up out here. you can see some of the lines going out onto the highway nearby. you can see colorful interesting cars and they look like hot wheels. it should be a fun and interesting day for people who are interested in this. they have been to two police cars and vintage tractors out here as well. >> really interesting and very visual. >> time now is 7:13 am. an elderly woman got unexpected help. the person who came to her aid and wide. a huge apartment complex goes up in flames in arizona. how almost everyone escaped this without injury.
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complex goes up in flames. it took 120 firefighters to battle the flames back. one firefighter have minor burns on his hands and three others were treated. dozens of people were evacuated after the fire spread but there were no other injuries reported. all of the people are being allowed to return to this area. the apartment complex was under construction so no one was inside at the time. done in ohio after someone killed a family member. the victims were shot in the head execution style. investigators have interviewed 30 people but they still don't have a motive or know how many suspects they are looking for. it happened in a rural community of 28,000 people in southern ohio. the victims, seven adults and a 17-year-old boy were members of a family that is well known in the area. >> it is a tragic situation.
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they have questions on who committed the crime. and i can't imagine what they are going through. >> authorities say they are not sure why the family was targeted. police are urging surviving family members to take precautions. >> close family and friends uplands will have a celebration in the future. they held a ceremony yestery at his estate. fans waiting outside were given purple boxes by princes family. he was found in responsible in an elevator. last night tonight show host jimmy fallon made a tribute on saturday night live. >> other people may have been on the show more times or perform more frequently but they were so -- there was something different about a prince performance. it was an event. it was prince. >> princes family says his remains have been cremated and
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his final resting place will remain private. his fans in new orleans have organized a world for him. a cargo ship that visit opened in december will not be coming back. the benjamin franklin is the largest container ship ever. the ship's owners say they canceled plans to use ships like the benjamin franklin to haul containers. a drop in freight rates makes it uneconomical to use mega ships. opening day on the bay. marking the official start of the san francisco boating season. the celebration includes a blessing of the fleet and a boat and a lot of sailing. this event started in 1917 that the pacific interclub yacht association encouraging people to vote. nearly 100 years. you can watch the sale from pier 39 in sausalito from both sides of the bay at 10:15 am. what a great event. this year's theme is heroes on
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the bay. they are encouraging people to celebrate military heroes and police officers and teachers.>> the window gets up just in time. >> some wind too much of a good thing. >> there is a small craft advisory. it comes later in the day so hopefully festivities will be wrapping up by then. 5:00 in the afternoon the winds will increase in they will be strongest in the second part of the afternoon. we have lined up there this morning but it is not bad and there is no point advisory yet. that will take place later today. it has to do with the system rolling through bringing us these clouds. the system not bringing us any rain but the impact will be very gusty conditions for most of us especially on the
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coastline and inside the bay we have a small craft advisory that starts later today and the last into the afternoon. the winds will grow stronger. here is a look at the clouds overhead as i take a look at what is going on. we have the system in here and it will move over the north of california but it is bringing as the clouds and the wind in temperature rise similar to yesterday but blustery along the coastline. i will show you where the rain will be for today. i will take you to wednesday because we are looking at scattered showers for the bay as we get into midweek. we are this morning and we talked about this yesterday. the sierra will pick up a few scattered showers and rain and snow mixed over northern california as well. we will stay dry and the bay area. by wednesday as early as wednesday morning scattered showers remain. we will track this for you and it will change over the next few days.
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we're hoping to get some rain on wednesday. future cast model with the wind as we get into the second part of the afternoon and evening, northwesterly breeze will pick up front 15 to 20 expected. sustained and even 30 for the breezy are areas. half moon bay, 38 miles per hour. we get into the second half of the afternoon and evening, the strongest gusts could reach 50. those are damaging winds. it will bring down power lines and bring down the trees. group the patio furniture around. just be prepared for that in the second part of the day. temperatures this morning in the 50s for most. 52 oakland. 40s out there in sarasota. as we go east, a couple start to the day but not as chilly as yesterday. 70 this afternoon. 62 san francisco. mid-60s oakland. upper 60s for livermore. these numbers very similar to
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yesterday. we will be breezy for tomorrow but the wind advisory will expire late tonight and increasing clouds tuesday and showers likely wednesday and partly cloudy on thursday. >> i was at dolores park yesterday. it was amazing the. it was already starting to get windy and it could be far worse. >> today will be worse once the front passes through. >> alley in half moon bay, it was windy. >> coming up, hundreds of dog owners are upset over where they can walk their dogs. the new restriction that had been marching at a san francisco park. are they celebrations continue and we have a list of some of the best electric powered cars available. we will tell you which vehicle came out on top, next.
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president obama in germany for a visit. he will meet with merkel and will build momentum for a trade deal between the us and europe. the leaders will talk about other issues like terrorism. it is one of the topics he touched on yesterday. >> security is not just a matter of military actions. but as a matter of the messages we send. and the institutions we built in the diplomacy. and the opportunities the percent of people. >> while the president was in london, people in germany protested ahead of his visit. they are against the idea of trade between the us and europe because they say it will drive down wages and hurt the environment. north carolina legislature will look at a new law in china to -- gender identity. the law bans transgender people from bathrooms and locker rooms that do not match the gender on their birth certificates.
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has been criticism across the country and threats of lawsuits. musical accept cancel concerts in north carolina as a protest. fridays earth day is being celebrated all weekend. as part of that the club of southern california released its latest guide to green cars. powered by electricity. the tesla model s the full sticker price at $70,000, a range of 240 miles. the bmw that are i 3 starting at $41,000. at the top, the volkswagen egulf. $35,000 in a range of 118 miles. a jetblue flight attendant not guilty after accused of trying to sneak $3 million with about cocaine to security at lax. marcia reynolds was caught with 70 pounds of cocaine last month. she took off running after she was randomly selected for a
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security screening. the next day she flew to new york where she turned herself in. should basis 10 years. a day of action in the east bay to stop human trafficking.>> if we all learn to recognize it in but we can do to stop it then we can make a difference. >> how the victim can get help, straight ahead. will he or won't he. the star player for today's game.
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here are top stories. the solar powered plane is safely on the ground in mountain view. the impulse 2 landed before midnight. it is attempting to be the first to fly around the world on electrical power generated by the sun. it started 13 months ago in abu dhabi. the trip from hawaii to california is the risk is leg that the just completed. there are so few places to make an emergency landing on the way. students in wisconsin shot and injured outside of a high school prom. the government showed up with a rifle and started shooting. police were patrolling at the time and they heard the shots and fire back. we do not know the condition of the victims or the gunmen at this hour and we're still trying to figure that out. police are trying to determine a motive. the wind will pick up later today. here is a live look toward the
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san francisco. this is a ship, the grand princess. it is a nice look at the bay from here and the grand princess is heading to santa barbara. it looks beautiful out there. and that you can't tell the wind is blowing.>> there will be smaller boats on the water and lots of people like to watch opening day on the bay. they do it from the shore. the wind won't affect them that the pilots on the water. >> it sounds like opening-day starts at 10:30 am and will end at 2:30 pm. for the bolts they will be in and out of the water before it gets really choppy because the small craft advisory start that 3:00. the second part of the day when the wind will become dangerous and hazardous for us. when advisory issued for parts of the bay and the coastline in the peninsula. it starts at 3:00.
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the winds could reach 30 miles per hour sustained and gusts up to 4250. along the coastline is where they will be the strongest. san mateo county coastline, monterey not included. if you are headed to santa cruz it will be breezy but no wind advisory. it is inside on the peninsula and the east bay. bayside communities will experience strong winds as we get into the second part of the type of the winds down our breezy and we're looking at an onshore breeze and fairfield at seven. northwesterly wind at eight and oakland. a couple start but because of the when we are warmer than yesterday up by from seven degrees eppley airfield and down by two in hayward where it is calm at this moment. a look at the numbers. 52 walnut creek and 53 in san francisco. 55 san jose. half moon bay 55.
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for the afternoon today, giants play and partly cloudy. it will be breezy and two, 60 at gametime. the west northwesterly wind at 20. the wind as we had been talking about will increase into the second part of the day. i will have a look at the afternoon highs for sunday afternoon and the extended forecast with rain coming our way. we are just about five hours away from game 4 of the warriors, rocket series. how he steph curry's ankle and will be put today. the golden state warriors haven't lost back-to-back games all season. you will remember the warriors lost to the rockets in houston on thursday. the to play the game without steph curry. will be put today. coach steve curry -- golden state coach steve kerr will decide today.
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curry took part in a practice yesterday and said afterwards there is a plan in place. >> doing what i need to do to get ready for the game tomorrow. go out and warm up and continues to feel like it is right now and not have any setbacks after practice i should be good. >> let's hope. he is officially listed as probable that coach kirk saying expect him to get minutes and. gametime is 12:30 pm in houston. and foreign primaries are coming up for the remaining presidential candidates as christian post reports. the white house hopefuls are scrambling this weekend for delegates. >> reporter: the 16 presidential candidates are campaigning ahead of a series of critical primaries. >> i intend to follow the path
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blazed by reagan and jfk to bring back jobs to america. >> voters from pennsylvania, delaware, rhode island in maryland will go to the polls tuesday. >> the economy does better when we have a democrat in the white house. >> we're doing something unusual in contemporary american politics. we are telling the truth. >> it is coming down to delegate maps. 2300 and delegates are needed to clinch the delegates for democrats. sanders with 1151. donald trump is less than 400 delegates shy of putting the 1237 needed. said his rivals need to drop. >> they have no pathway to victory. he has no pathway to victory. governor john kasich is 1-38. >> looking ahead in indiana in california, clinton and trump with leaks.
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46 to 42% and closer in california. trump leasing california with 49%. governor john kasich has 20%. indiana, things are closer but trump back is still ahead. on tuesday 118 pledged delegates will be up for grabs on the republican side. 384 for the democrats. these contentious primary battles are leaving us impressive fundraising totals. the candidates and super pacs have raised $1.1 billion this election cycle. and we still have another seven months ago on the democratic side bernie sanders is dominating hillary clinton in fund raising. his campaign raised $46 million
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compared to clinton's reported $29 million. >> secretary. clinton is doing it the way the vast majority of politicians do. she has established a number of super pacs and in the last filing period her major super pac reported 25 million from special interest including $15 million for wall street. >> you have companies in china and the have these powerful lobbyists in washington and the senators in the congressmen to do anything. i am self funding. i will solve the problem so fast. >> on the republican side donald trump is self funding his campaign but his supporters have helped raise an extra 25 $7 million in march behind senator ted cruz at that $.5 million and governor john kasich before $.5 million. developments on deadly earthquake in ecuador. the number of people killed has gone up in the government says
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more than 650 people killed. another 60 still missing. the seventh and eight magnitude quake devastated towns on the coast and people have been sleeping outside and they are struggling to find food and water. relief workers have arrived to help but they are worried about mosquito borne illnesses spreading. 25,000 people are now in shelters. we have learned the us travel at the united stations event, all in response to north korea's latest missile launch from a submarine. this is video of a similar launch. south korean military officials say this test had the misapplying at 200 miles. there is concern that the ability to firewater mrs. will make it harder for outsiders to take them. awareness about human trafficking. the eight district attorney's office organized a day of action. they passed out flyers with hotline numbers to help victims. county leaders the human trafficking is ultimately a
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community problem that needs a community response. >> one of the challenges is the victims don't identify themselves as being a human trafficking victim and that is part of the importance and doing public awareness campaigns. it is community members that sees situation and think something doesn't feel right here. and the ones that will call into law enforcement. >> a recent state law that requires businesses to post notices up hotline numbers for victims get immediate help. >> an elderly woman facing aventurine -- eviction is getting help. georgia roth rent a room in a bowling game home from 97-year- old marie hatch. hatch died last month in the midst of finding her own eviction. rothrock is still in the house. motivational speaker tony robinson stepped in and agree
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to help pay rothrock said rent at a senior citizens complex. robin says he hasn't forgotten what it is like to be poor. >> if you love cars and trucks in plains and every kind of machine you may want to head to half moon bay. >> the pacific coast dream machine shows are later this morning. allie rasmus is already there. you have lots of cool pictures coming across. most eye-catching thing when you come in are the classic cars which are brightly colored. you can hear the war of the engines. everyone is getting fed up -- set up for the gates to open. that do these things have in common? engines and also on display, they had some of the first
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engines ever created. i have with me roger louis valve of fremont. what is this?>> this is a 1911 hit and miss and jim. >> this was originally used for pumping water in oregon. >> one of the earliest irrigation machines performing. >> yes. >> how did you get it? >> i bought it from a guy in gilroy. >> what made you decide to buy this?>> i just love engines and cars are expensive for me so i'm retired now so limited budget so this is a cheaper hobby. >> and you are a retired mechanic. >> i tear this apart like anybody would do an engine. >> and it still functions like it did. >> yes. >> how does it work? there is a blue colored thing.
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>> that is water. that circulate the water. this is a regular internal combustion engine cycle. you have an intake and exhaust outlook with a push front. you have a met medo to create a spark. but big romping on the bottom is the cylinder and the have a piston going in and out. the two big flywheels on these you will see a lot of flywheels that a big. they give at the momentum to keep going. >> thank you. showing this to us, that is an example of unique items they have. 2000 vehicles, cars and trucks and planes at the pacific coast dream machine show. some of those planes in the air above you as well? or is everything on the ground. >> they will have some airshows out here later and later when
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we are out here we will go over to the other side of the airport and that is where they have to plains waiting and set up. they will have some airshows and skydiving shows. they will have motorcross. in addition to all of the stuff on display some action you can see as well. >> busy day in half moon bay. thank you. 7:43 am. today's game in houston is not the only on -- only thing anza steph curry's mind. fianci releases a new album but there is a big restriction and the reason why fans may not be able to download it after all. it's the disneyland resort diamond celebration.
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welcome back. if you don't feel like doing anything today you are not alone. it is a breezy sunday. it will be when the later today. when advice to talk about coming up. in front of my tv and watching the warriors win. >> rosemary and i are talking and we have lots of things to do around the bay today. the last time they played at this time i was on my phone.>> i may be doing the same thing. >> i might record that. i plan on going out and watching all of the boats on the bay. >> i love that parade abodes. from both sides of the bay.
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it is going to be a good day to be outdoors. a lot of activity that hold onto your hat. at some point the winds will take up by the second part of the afternoon and into the evening. here is a sweeping view with the clouds overhead. they are associated with the same system that will bring winds later today. this is the golden gate bridge. opening day on the bay. later this morning the event starts at 10:00. santa rosa now, 55. oakland 56. low 50s in livermore. we have winds stirring around and that keeps temperatures up. you can see the clouds moving through. a little bit of moisture with the system but not for the bay. the sierra getting scattered showers for today. for us the main impact will be the gusty conditions. here is a look at future cast.
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a little breezy at half moon bay but the rest of us have winds at five to 15. as we go for the afternoon and evening they will pick up and gusting to near 40 and 50 miles per hour. the wind advisory starts at 3:00 today and goes until midnight. even though it is not so breezy now it will be into the second part of the tape. if you will be in san francisco, 62 degrees at 3:00 with partly cloudy skies. the wind will be pesky. a look at the overall highs for the north bay. 70 degrees for santa rosa. 69 for san rafael. san francisco and 62. pacifica 60. east bay, mid 60s in oakland. the giants play, cool and breezy. south bay, temperatures ranging in the mid to upper 60s. these numbers are similar to yesterday so it will feel like yesterday that if you have the
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wind it could feel blustery. 66 san jose. 67 los gatos. entire coastline included on this wind advisory with the exception of monterey. santa cruz will be breezy. bayside communities, peninsula and east bay, involved in the wind advisory. extended forecast will be breezy tomorrow and not as windy as today. increasing clouds until tuesday. lucky day. scattered showers on wednesday. we will take it. >> pressure to download our free ktvu weather app. get the latest and find live radar. up-to-the-minute forecast and daily forecast. search for ktvu in the app store. a moment for beyonci fans. the superstar drops her latest
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album. [ music ]. pretty exciting. >> the album cold lemonade includes a 12 new tracks and it was uploading yesterday on the streaming service title so right now it is only available to those subscribers. she preleased ats a week ago. the one you saw was released few details. a conceptual album and it features guest appearances from jack white in the weekend. james blake and kendrick lamar. the giants are on a winning streak. san francisco went to work on miami. buster posey sends one to the right and starts the scoring in the first. gregory polanco and the marlins pay for a mistake.
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back on the mound, seven innings for his first win of the year with a final score of 7-2. giants go for the sweep of miami today. >> toronto pulled them off in the oakland area. their home run of the year there. they did not last long. blue jays 1 in the second. roger gets a 5-1 lead. detroit luke laasko hipper homers in the second and the six and that ended a seven-game winning streak. oakland has to take two out of three than the teams meet later today. acquire has forced singing during a memorial. the reason why they were interrupted and it wasn't because of what they were singing about. getting dolled up for a night on the town. the event for women who work hard coming back from tough
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times. time for the pet of the day. this is maranda, four years old, beautiful, fluffy girl. she loves being brushed and lounging. maranda is declawed so she needs to be indoors only. you can meet her at the contra costa animal services in martinez. go to the mornings on 2 mac section on ktvu.com and scroll to the pet of the week section.
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a middle school choir was surprised not giving a performance at the national anthem at new york september 11 memorial. [ music ]. that was a guard alerted the students to stop singing. the principal of waynesville middle school says the choir had received verbal permission
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from another guard thing but the fire was not aware the memorial that say that all performers need a permit at that location. the principal says as soon as the students found out they all apologize. >> women who were once homeless were fitted with ball gowns for a night of celebration. it is part of the women's empowerment gala in sacramento. it honors the independence of women who graduate. volunteers donated 100 evening gowns and jewelry the participants picked out dresses for the event. it is a celebration of all of the changes at the hard work that these women have worked on and the fact that they would it be able to do that if volunteers didn't give their time and money. >> the red line is hosting the women's empowerment gala. it will feature former --
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formal dinners. dog lovers in san francisco are making their feelings known about a principal tapper restrictions on their dogs. the park service wants to limit.walking in the golden gate national recreation area without a leash. organizers of the muddy mud march at crissy field say.walking is only allowed in areas including for benson and mira beach. 1% of the area. the new rule would eliminate 90% of that space. san francisco supervisor scott wiener was among the speakers and says the park service is ignoring a host of elected officials and the will of the people. >> what will it take for them to listen to us. will keep training and keep fighting. don't get discouraged. >> critics say the restriction would force owners to walk their dogs at smaller city parks. the rule could go into effect at the end of this year. oldest film festival in
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north america underway and bringing some of the most highly regarded actors and directors and screenwriters the bay.>> kate beckinsale was in san francisco for the festival's opening night. she stars in the film version of jane austen's comedy love and friendship. the film festival includes 200 films it being shown at four different theaters across the city and it wraps up on may 5. find more details about the movies and where and when they are being shown on our website. just look under the web link tab. it was a medical exam people have seen before. the incredible first handbook at the ct scan of a 2300-year- old mummy. a new development on the shooting outside a high school prom in wisconsin. details on what happened to the gunmen, next.
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incredible site in the bay. solar impulse 2 2 makes a successful landing at moffett field. 2000 classic cars and trains on display. pacific coast a dream machine show happening today. a preview coming up. good morning. a live picture now of the oakland estuary. not a cloud in the sky. >> the sky is gorgeous. it will be a little windy so definitely keep that in mind. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2 mac. i am claudine walsh. i am ross palombo. this is a quick check on the
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weather and it will be windy. >> it will be the weather story. a pretty day but so windy. second part of the afternoon is the windiest a. wind advisory for the bay as well in areas on the bayside and the coast in the peninsula. gorgeous shot in sausalito. we are waiting opening day on the bay. the wind advisory starts at 3:00 so a little breezy now that definitely increasing in the second part of your sunday. temperatures because of the wind up over yesterday's numbers. san francisco mid-50s. upper 50s oakland. livermore 54. san jose 56. current winds at five to 10. novato gusting to 21. santa rosa seven. breezy this morning that we
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have seen nothing yet. the winds will pickup sustained winds at 30 anne gust back -- gusts 250. north bay coast and san mateo county coastline and does not include monterey. could be breezy but not expecting to see the winds as strong as we are around half moon bay in pacifica and ocean beach. along the peninsula and for the east bay shoreline, this includes san francisco giants game this afternoon and advisory starts at 3:00 so the winds at gametime are 20 miles per hour but could become stronger. it will be a couple busy day at the park and 60 degrees. partly cloudy skies. i will come back with the highs for the rest of the day of the week. but we will see some rain. moffett field. the solar impulse is a solar powered plane that is attempting to fly around the
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world and landed successfully before midnight at moffett field. it is the most dangerous part of the flight because of the largest stretch of open water in the world. very few emergency landing sites. the pilot touched down teachers and supporters of the project chittering of course with the door of the plane was taken off.>> [ applause ]. >> card slept for 28 minutes at a time during the 62 hour flight from hawaii. looks pretty good. he is looking forward to finishing the journey. the plane will cross the atlantic ocean. we're seeing this on social media about this a story journey. there is pilot bertrand piccard. he looks remarkably awake. look at this, this is a video
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that a family that attended the landing shot on the tarmac. you can see how many people were out there. >> there were special meetings of the tarmac. there is the pilot meeting a windsurf champion. then we have another picture of the plane landing. cameras were flashing everywhere because it was a cool site to see. >> and we also have some video of the celebration. the second guy is the second pilot who will take over. on the way. they are having some libations there. wingspan on this plane just incredible. look at how big that is. >> used on your porch and you will like to check it out.
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>> the plane could be clearly seen as it flew over the golden gate bridge earlier. the wings are actually longer than those of a 747 and it was flying at 28 miles an hour. many came to watch and see aviation history in the making. >> my son i believe he needs to see history in the making. >> it's an important part of history so i like how to watch it and i want to tell my friends that i saw it in person. >>. said landing at moffett field seemed appropriate since it is in the heart of silicon valley. google is a sponsor of the flight. >> new information on the shooting outside of a prominent wisconsin that injured students. the eight-year-old gunman has now died. it happened last night at the end take a high school there. the gunmen showed up with a rifle and shot the students as
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they were leaving the dance. please happen to be patrolling the parking lot at the time and they heard the shot and fire back hitting the young gunmen. >> the community is safe at this point. we have investigation to do. we're looking at the victims and hope everything comes through okay with them. >> the victims injuries are not life-threatening. the other students at the prom were safely escorted out of the building. police are trying to figure out the motive. police say now kidnapping victim was rescued after a taser to police through east bay cities. it started in richmond when a deputy noticed that a driver of a tree at a previous was driving erratically. the driver refused to stop and the deputy noticed the female passenger was upset and waving her arms out of the window. that is continued with the driver attempting to carjackings. the chase went to el cerrito and eventually to albany.
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a police divers find him after he ran. we do not have an identity that police will say he was already facing charges of kidnapping, domestic violence and false imprisonment for another case and he will be facing more charges now including a second kidnapping charge. san mateo police iger help finding a man caught on camera breaking into a home. this man hit that home on eden road. he ran off shortly after the homeowner confronted him. he is five feet he is 5'10", 180 pounds, police believe he may also be connected to two other burglaries in the area. the golden state warriors, game 4 at 12:30 pm against houston. we hope to keep history going. seth curry missed game one in game two. curry did practice yesterday he
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says he thinks he will play today but he doesn't know how much action he will see because it depends on how his ankle is feeling and turn again. coach kerr expects curry to play but says a reason for the warriors success is that they play with everything they have every time. >> our guys have done a good job of responding with their heads as well as their hearts. >> in houston is 12:30 pm today. game 5 on wednesday. steph curry is not only the reigning mvp but using star power for good. >> i am calling my shot to be malaria and i hope you will too. >> curry was announcing his campaign call your shot. he is doing it with the nothing but nets foundation and it is to fight malaria in africa. he is hoping to spread the word and is nominated people to call their own shot and posted online.
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>> i'm challenging detonation and seth curry and mcrae call your shot. here is mine. one bounce again. >> he challenge all of the members on tnt. smith answer the call right away. >> staff -- steph, this is for you. you make the shot. you make the call. >> if you would like to participate upload a video to social media. hash tag call your shot. if you want to donate visit call your shot.org. if you are looking for something fun to do today, head to the half moon bay airport. pacific coast entry machine show starts this morning and it is revving up. >> busy day today. plenty of cool cars and trucks
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and vintage airplanes. allie rasmus in half moon bay this morning. it is a windy sunday morning.>> busy breezy day out here at the half moon bay airport. the dream machine show is a dream for anyone who loves classic cars. this is a 1962 belair. it has been totally be done. it is beautiful. leather seats in the console, the steering will has been painted. lend them is the owner. look at it condition resident when you first got it? >> it was a stock. it was a cheaper model in 62. it is where because it has a bubble top. >> the roof line. it is curved. when you take the windows down it becomes like a convertible. >> that drew you to this car.
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>> it is where. the only made 1500. back then they had a bunch of extra tops left over from 61. they decided to put it on the cheap cars and now it is a rare car. >> you said it took six years. >> it was everything. car was taken apart and all new everything. every nut and bolt is new. >> now how does it feel to have it on display. >> it is great. >> this is our club, golden gate st. machines. we had 25 cars. we come down every year until benefits and stuff for charity. >> thank you. thank you for sharing your car with us. dennis, you also have a belair, a 56. but made you decide to do this?
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>> i've had the car 50 years. >> i missed the original owner by 10 years. word to you to this car? >> one of the crazy things you do. why not. >> thank you very much, and the pacific coast entry machine show starts at 10:00 and admission is $25 for adults and 15 for seniors and for kids. they also have vintage engines from turn-of-the-century 1900 and classic plains in world war ii era jets. also vintage motorcycles and police cars. it runs the gamut. they have 2000 vehicles on display. i can wait to see some of those plains. >> you may not be able to get through all of that during the
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day. in elderly women facing can -- eviction gets unexpected help. a well-known person who came to help her. a huge apartment complex goes up in flames. we will tell you how almost everyone escaped.
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video as an apartment complex goes up in flames. it took 120 firefighters to battle the flames. one fire did have minor burns on his hands and three others were treated for smoke inhalation. dozens of people evacuated after the fire spread. there were no other injuries. almost all the people are being allowed to return home this morning. the apartment complex was under construction so no one was inside at the time. family and friends of
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friends are planning a musical celebration to honor his life. they had a private ceremony yesterday at his estate. fans waited outside and were given proper boxes by princes family and friends. this was found in an elevator on thursday. an autopsy was done friday. jimmy fallon paid tribute to prince on saturday night live. >> other people may have been on the show more times or performed more frequently but there was always something different about a prince performance. it was special and an event. it was prince. >> princes family says his remains have been cremated and his resting place will remain private. bands have organized a jazz funeral the >> the cargo ship that visited oakland in december will not be
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coming back soon. the benjamin franklin is the largest container ship ever to call a us port home. the ship's owner says they cancel plans to use giant ships to haul containers from asia to the last. they say a drop in freight rates makes it less economical to use the mega ships in the pacific. >> it is opening day on the day marking the official start of the san francisco boating season. it is an annual celebration. a parade and sailing of course. this started in 1917 by the pacific interclub yacht association to encourage boating. watch the boats sail today from both sides of the day. we have been talking about how gusty it will be. rosemary is thinking we may be able to get to the festivities. >> prepare happens near the golden gate at 10:30 am but the beaupri doesn't start until noon.
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>> you have a little time. >> they try to conclude by 3:00.>> that is when the wind advisory will begin for the day and the coast and we're looking at a small craft advisory. breezy this morning and winds will be increasing throughout the afternoon but strongest winds come late in the day and opening day on the bay will be wrapping up by then. a live look at a beautiful view across the bay towards the east. it doesn't look to choppy. just yet. we're watching went from five to 15 and because of the winds cold air not really allowed to settle in this morning and temperatures are up slightly. if you do step outside and you have the breeze it could feel brisk. a look at storm tracker 2 mac. the clouds associated with the system that will bring us the wind later today. bringing rain and snow to the sierra in northern california. no rain out of this but the impact will be the gusty
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conditions as this continues to move. a look at the winds, and into the afternoon, starting out with the breeze at half moon bay. alley is out there live go for the rest of us it is not too bad. not yet. at 3:00 you can now see the winds are picking up. san francisco 20 miles per hour. half moon bay down to 30. east bay, perhaps a 20 miles per hour. the east bay communities in the peninsula in san francisco and the coast where we have the wind advisory starting at 3:00 until midnight. some winds could gust up to 50 miles per hour and strong enough to bring down the power lines and toppled trees and throw the pattern will -- drove the patio furniture around.
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expect a breezy day especially for the second half. outside bring out temperatures are up over yesterday. 55 now in santa rosa. 58 oakland. half moon bay 55 and breezy. hayward forecast which includes oakland and berkeley in alameda, 64 by noon and will remain in the mid to upper 60s for east bay shoreline today. oakland 65. hayward 65. san francisco 62.: breezy at the giants game. upper 60s near 70 for the south bay. santa cruz not included in the wind advisory. the rest of the coastline is. extended forecast, breezy tomorrow but winds will let up. tuesday increasing clouds. numbers don't change a whole lot and we will remain in the mid to upper 60s for the afternoon. >> it doesn't look like a lot but keeping in mind this last system that brought us a good amount was looking very sporadic.
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we have a few days to find it out.>> very good. the first lady takes the stand in a lawshe spoke out against while talking to some college graduates. a 2000-year-old mummy gives a cat scan. the surprising things archaeologists discovered. about have a mammy once lived.
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north carolina legislature will take a second look at the new law on janitor identity. lawmakers passed it last month. it bands transgender people from bathrooms and locker rooms but to match best are not match the gender on their birth certificates. it has drawn criticism and the threat of lawsuits. musical acts have canceled concerts as a protest. first lady michelle obama is inspiring graduates to get out and vote. jackson state university on saturday. she told students that going to the polls will help protect the advancement of civil rights in previous generations of sacrificed. she told the graduates that civil rights need to cover the lgbt community and criticized the bill passed in mississippi preventing same-sex marriages. president obama. the
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president will meet with german chancellor merkel. he is hoping to build momentum for a trade deal between the us and europe. they are talking about other issues like terrorism. one of the topics he touched on yesterday during a town hall meeting in london. >> security is not just a matter of military actions. but as a matter of the messages we send. and the institutions we build in the diplomacy and the opportunities we present two people. >> the present was in london yesterday and people in germany protested ahead of the visit. the protesters are against the idea the trade agreements say it will drive down wages and hurt the environment. first for archaeologists in israel. they performed a cat scan on a mummy.>> more on what the archaeologists learned. >> decree was carefully rolled into the carmel medical center
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in israel. inside perhaps the most unique patient to ever undergo a ct scan at the hospital. 2300-year- old mummy. the curator of classical archaeology at the israel museum in jerusalem. she said it is the first time a mummy has undergone a cat scan in israel and the only mummy in israel. >> this is all new. as far as technically and logistically doing. >> it is helped us to understand mummification and how to treat mummies in the exhibition. >> performing a cat scan on the mummy allows archaeologists to build a profile for the israel museum's narrow exhibition. >> after the cat scan experts watch history unfold. >> this is a scan and these are muscles. unbelievable.
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this is probably the artery. >> archaeologists just fine dry bones usually and not tissue and muscles. most of the teeth were intact. the mummy was thought to be a young man but doctor helen at carmel medical said it was a male, 50 to 60 years old who suffered from a disease that makes people even now more than 2000 years later. >> we were surprised to find that the guy had osteoporosis with multiple to build structures -- toubro fractures. >> it was therefore thousand years ago. >> they are trying to figure out have the mummy died but hoping to get an answer before he goes on display in june at the israel museum. in haifa, israel.
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time now is a 20 7 am. all eyes on steph curry. we are hours away from the start of the game. by coach kerr will decide if and how long the mvp will pay. worlds most impressive cars , planes and motorcycles on display at half moon bay. more from the dream machine show coming up.
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new information on a shooting outside a prom in shooting. that injured two students. police say the 18-year-old gunman has died. it happened 11:00 last night. police say the gunman showed one a rifle, shot two students as they were leaving the dance. police were patrolling the parking lot at the time, heard the shots and fired back hitting the gunman. police say the victim's injuries are not life
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threatening. the solar powered airplane is safely back on ground in mountainview. the solar impulse 2 landed shortly before midnight. the plane is attempting to become the first to fly around the world on solar power. it started its journey 13 months ago in abu dhabi. the trip from hawaii to california was considered the riskiest leg of the flight. because there are so few places along the way to make an emergency landing if needed. 8:31. let's get to rosemary for a check of the day, we've got wind and sun but overall pretty nice day. >> it's a good-looking day. if you don't like the wind the first part of the day is the better part of the day, because the winds will pick up and be strong in spots through the afternoon. san francisco going to be one of the spots, a live look into the city, mostly sunny skies, as we look toward the west. already a bit breezy in areas like halfmoon bay. it's a nice start to the day, for many of us. we had a shot in sausalito, now
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a shot across the bay. you can see the golden gate there, water not too choppy but there will be advisories on the water keeping in mind opening day on the bay going on, it's going to start in a bit actually. santa rosa 55 degrees. san francisco checking in at 55. oakland upper 50s. livermore 54. san jose 56. these numbers not as chilly as yesterday. has to do with the wind that is stirring,eneds and will continue into the second half. novato 14 miles per hour. one of the windier spots with gusts to 21. most of us the winds are generally light. in any event 50 degrees and light breeze, going to feel cool if you're heading out to brunch, maybe to walk the dog, could be a little brisk. the wind advisory doesn't start until 3:00, for the coast and bay. north bay, san francisco, right down in through the san mateo county coastline but notice it doesn't include the monterey area. also includes the peninsula, also includes the east bay, looks like the cutoff there at
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sunnyvale and shifting over millipedeas included, treatment, hayward, all the small communities through oakland to richmond, gusts could reach 40, 50 miles per hour as we get into the afternoon. something to keep in mind, it's going to be very breezy. partly cloudy skies in san francisco at noontime. as we get into the afternoon only low 60s and windy conditions expected if you're spending time in the city for today. when we come back, afternoon highs for everybody plus the extended forecast which shows the next possibility of rain. just four hours and game four of the warriors/rockets series. how is steph's ankle and will he play today? we think yes. not up to us though. warriors haven't lost back-to- back games all season and don't want it to change now. remember they won game one and two, lost game three to the rockets in houston thursday by just a point in the final send. they played the last two games without curry so the big question is will he play today? as of now the coach says he
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expects curry to play in game four but how much will depend on how curry checks out this morning. he did practice yesterday, five on five, practiced 3 on 3 the day before. here's what he said after practice. >> still getting some treatment. do whatever i have to do to get right for the game tomorrow. go out, warm up. as long as it continues to feel like it does now and not having setbacks at the practice today i should be good. >> curry has been saying he's good since game one though so he's officially listed probable for today's game. the coach expects him to get the minutes. game time 12-678d 30 in houston. 12:30. five important primaries coming up on this tuesday. for the five remaining presidential candidates. as fox's christian fisher reports the white house hopefuls are all scrambling this weekend for the delegates. >> reporter: the 2016 presidential candidates are campaigning hard throughout the east ahead of a series of critical primary contests. >> and i intend to follow the
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path blazed by reagan and jfk to bring back jobs to america. >> reporter: voters from pennsylvania, connecticut, delaware, rhode island and maryland will all go to the polls tuesday. >> the economy does better when we have a democrat in the white house! >> we are doing something very unusual in contemporary american politics. >> reporter: a handful states left on the primary calendar, frontrunner hillary clinton maintains a clear lead overall with 248 pledged tell gates and sandsers with 151. gop frontrunner donald trump is less than four delegates shy of what is needed to clinch the nomination outright. trump says his rivals need to drop out. he has no path to victory, other than being a short seller, no pathway to victory. and kasich has no -- he's one for 38. >> reporter: looking ahead to
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the primary contests in indiana and california the latest fox news poll shows clinton and trump with leads, clinton with a four-point lead on and senders in indin -- sanders in indiana and even closer in california. >> reporter: on tuesday 118 pledge delegates will be up for grabs on the republican side. 384 for the democrats. in baltimore, kristin fisher, fox news. new developments on last week's deadly earthquake in ecuador. the government now says more than 650 people were killed, another 60 still missing. the 7.8 magnitude quake devastated towns along the coast. hundreds of people have been sleeping outside and they are struggling to find food and water. international relief workers arrived to help but they are worried with mosquito-borne
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illnesses spreading to the water. more than 25,000 people are now in shelters. it's been a year since the deadly earthquake in nepal. yesterday hundreds of people gathered to mark the anniversary. thousands were killed or injured in the quake and about a million houses collapsed. some people are angry about how long it is taking to rebuild. "the new york times" reports nepal has received more than $1 billion in aid. new this morning we learned that the u.s. is limiting travel for north korea's foreign minister at united nations events. in response to north koreaas latest missile launch from a submarine this weekend. this is video from a similar large last year. south korean military officials say in this weekend's test the missile only flew about 19 miles but there's concern that the ability to fire missiles underwater will make it harder for outsiders to detect them. the boat and i-phone of two missing florida teens found near the coast of bermuda. austin stef knows and pericohen vanished at sea last july. they sailed off the coast near
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west palm beach on a fishing trip. a norwegian trip spotted the boat this week. a cell phone and plastic tackle box was found on board. the boys are still missing. elderly peninsula woman facing eviction from her home is getting help from an unexpected source. 32 years ago, 85-year-old george rothrock rented a room in a burlingtoname home from marie hatch. according to the san francisco chronicle tony robbins stepped in this week to help and agreed to pay her rent at a senior sit -- citizens complex. thousands of bay area nurses preparing to strike. from lucille packard children's hospital and stanford hospitals and clinics are at odds with administrators over wages and benefits and the union failed to come to agreements after three long sessions. now the union has to issue a formal declaration and give the
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hospital 10 days' notice before almost 3,000 nurses can walk off the job. if you love cars, trucks and planes and just about any type of machine you may want to head to the halfmoon bay airport today. >> it's the pacific coast dream machine show. starts later this morning, but allie rasmus is already there and giving us previews on what is going on and more of the unique items on display. >> reporter: we're at the pacific coast dream machine show. it's been going on 26 years if you are a classic car, truck or plane lover this is an event for you. they have more than 2,000 classic vehicles out here. you can see some of them parked, lined up and down the runways here at the halfmoon bay airport. i have next to me, standing next to a 1963vw bug convertible and chris is the guy who fixed this vehicle up. you had it about a year and it took that long to do all the work to it. what is unique about this thing? >> there's many unique features
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of this car. it has turn signals that came out on the earlier year, i think 1958 or something like. that >> reporter: original vintage features, can you show them? >> absolutely. >> reporter: you have a mix of old and new here. that is a turn signal. >> that is a turn signal. >> this is a turn signal. it doesn't flash but lights up, it's hard to tell but it does light up. that's a turn signal. it's kind of a cool feature. then the digital dash, coded digital dash you don't see normally in volkswagens normally. another custom feature molded in. >> reporter: how many hours of work did you put in? >> countless. that's all can i say. >> reporter: thousands? >> thousands of hours, yeah. >> reporter: it's not inexpensive to fix up a car so it's got took labor of love to
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put in all the time and money. into something like this. why did you do it? >> just like you said it's a labor of love, it's a hobby, it's a challenge. i just love cars and i -- when i was kid growing up my first car was a volkswagen bug so i -- i just got back into the bug scene after helping a friend with his vw bus, rebuilt the motor and kind of got me back into the scene again. so i'm enjoying it. >> our photographer is showing the front of the vehicle there. are adapt takeses you made to the front of the vehicle. the headlights. >> headlights are from a mercedes 300 series. they are h.i.d. headlights. it's another feature that -- i'll turn them on. don't know if you can see them. turn them on. >> reporter: i'm still intrigued by the turn signals. that is a cool feature. thank you so much, chris. the event starts at 10:00 this morning, goes until 4:00.
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in addition to all the classic vehicles they have on display they also have some original engines from the turn of the century. used in agriculture. they have vintage motorcycles, vintage police cars and skydiving shows going on and motor cross so something for everybody including the kids. later this morning, again, starts 10:00 at the halfmoon bay airport. back to you. >> thank you so much. coming up -- more machines keeping our planet green. up next the top three electrical cars on the market and just how much green is going to cost you. >> beyonce has done it again. how she surprised fans during her latest hbo special.
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wow. earth day was friday and some places are continuing to celebrate, everything green. today in lafayette the 11th annual earth day festival. the theme of this year's event is act locally. the first big event is the safe moves bike rodeo.
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then 11:00 the action moves to the lafayette library where there will be examples of how to grow fruits and vegetables, even in very small places. girl scouts will also lead scavenger hunts through the festival. in a few minutes the aquarium of the bay is hosting a beach clean-up. volunteers will be picking up trash along aquatic park near san francisco's fisherman's wharf. it's going to run until the beach is clean or until all the trash bags are filled. everyone who participates gets free coffee. volunteers are told to wear comfortable clothes and some sturdy shoes. take a look at this. a live look now from sausalito. it's all starting. today is opening day on the bay. marking the official start of the san francisco boating season. you're going to be able to see the sales everywhere along the bay from pier 39 to sausalito and all starts around 10:15 this morning. staying with the earth day theme.
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how about the annual event that encourages support for the environment? and to celebrate the occasion the automobile club of southern california released its latest guide to green cars powered by electricity. the tesla model s tops the list with the sticker price starting at $70,000 with an estimated range of 240 miles. the bmw i-3 next, $41,000 with an estimated range of 120 miles and rounding out the top three was the volkswagen e golf with a base price of $35,000 and estimated range of 118 miles. hundreds of dog lovers in san francisco are making their feelings known about a plan to put tougher restrictions on their dogs. the national parks service wants to limit dog walking without a leash and the golden -- in the golden gate national recreation area but organizers of the mighty mutt march say dog walking is only allowed in certain areas. just one% of the land. they say the new rule would
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eliminate about 98% of that space. the san francisco supervisor scott weiner was among the protesters and says the parks service is ignoring the will of the people. >> what is it going to take for them to listen to us? we're going to keep fighting and you please keep fighting. don't get discouraged. this fight is not over and we're going to win. >> critics of the plan say the restriction would force owners to walk their dogs at much smaller city parks. the new rule could go into effect at the ends of this year. the giants are on a winning streak with their second win in two days. going to work on -- jose fernandez, and buster posey sends one right. 2-0 in the fourth. marlins walk polanco to get pd. the single to left scored two runs and then he went seven innings for his first win of the year with a final score of
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7-2, giants go for the sweep of miami today. now the as, a little hot streak going and then toronto cooled it off. in theners oakland drops to a 1- 0 lead on mark's home run of the year. but didn't last long. blue jays went ahead 2-1 in their half of the inning, then two on board in the seconds, donaldson hit the homer giving toronto a 5-1 lead. then you had troy troy tulowitski, ending the as seven- game winning streak on the road. oakland tries to take 2-3 when the same two teams meet again later today. the big game for everyone today is just going to be to hold on to your hats. it's going to be windy out there. >> absolutely. but lots of great events and we're used to the winds here. just have to keep it in mind if you're in the water later today. >> yes, can also irritate allergies for some folks. the winds strong into the afternoon and we have advisories to talk about.
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as ross mentioned just be prepared. a look outside the door this morning, a light breeze but not bad and we're looking at a beautiful start to the day, for most of us, around the bay partly cloudy skies. in and out of the clouds, again for today. the system riding over the north of us bringing us the clouds and wind, we'll not bring the bay area rain. saw some fresh snow in the sierra -- where some of the ski resorts are wrapping up their day with the final day of the season i should say. it's a gorgeous shot. let's look at another beautiful view. from alicia, san francisco sunrise, again there are the clouds that make for the beautiful sunrise. we will be partly cloudy to mostly clear as we get into the afternoon today. temperatures will be very similar to yesterday. it's going to be the wind that is going to be a bit pesky for some. giving you a view from up above. you can see the clouds there. as i pull back i show you the system that will continue to move through the pacific northwest, and drop down to the east of us. we call this an inside slider.
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we don't get that moisture coming in from the pacific and we're dry with the exception of the impact being the wind. here's a look at the futurecast model. a little bit of moisture, you can see over the northern california area as well as the sierra, lasting into sunday. 30% chance if you're going toward the sierra, that is scattered shower activity there. as we get into the afternoon, for us, just partly cloudy skies. the windy conditions. going to roll you into wednesday though because we have an opportunity at seeing some rain. it's going to come mid-week. we'll track that, between now and then we're dry, temperatures mild, wind will definitely be the weather story for the afternoon today. here's a look at the futurecast model. already breezy at halfmoon bay. the rest of us anywhere from 5 to 15 miles per hour. as we get into 4:00 notice from the north bay and into the east bay, san francisco, down into san jose, 15 to 20 miles per hour. even 30 for some of the stronger winds in some of those areas. for the gusts we're talking 40
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to 50 miles per hour right there along the coastline. damaging winds, definitely strong, have to bring down the trees and power lines. temperatures at this hour in the 50s. 57 livermore. 58 oakland. 56 san francisco. 56 redwood city. to the north bay low to mid- 50s. napa stretching to san jose. upper 60s to north 70 for the north bay. upper 60s in pleasanton. 66 san jose. we have temperatures again not changing a lot, monday, tuesday too wednesday. increase clouds tuesday. showers on wednesday. getting back to today with the windy conditions the advisory expires at midnight. think we'll be breezy tomorrow but not as windy as today. >> looks good. >> we'll take it. we were talking about how ski season even ends for some. >> it was a great season.
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oh, no! >> i know. >> be sure to download that free weather app for the latest on conditions and live radar and up to the minute forecasts. search tkvu in the app store. the moment beyonce fans have been waiting for. the superstar drops her latest album. ♪ the past and the present merge to meet us here♪ note♪ why can't you see me♪ >> it looks good. the album called "lemonade" includes 12 new tracks, it was uploaded yesterday on the streaming service title. right now it's only available to those subscribers. tidal. she released a tease a week ago with very few details. "lemonade," a conceptual visual album. it also features guest appearances from jack white, the weekend, james blake and kendrick lamar.
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an a-list celebrity is fighting for a worthy cause. >> our job as public figures is finding ways to create ways sometimes to always be able to keep this in the news and not forget it. >> the historical event george clooney is commemorating today with a brand new award. >> some impressive names from hollywood are coming to the bay area. the long running event that is attracting kate beckinsale and elin burdenstein.
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george clooney drawing attention to the armenian genocide. during world war i. clooney says it's "ridiculous that the united states doesn't call that genocide because it's part of his job as a public figure to draw attention to important issues." >> we tend to lose sight of the big story when the little ones come up. we're in the middle of a presidential election in the
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united states. that takes over everything. you will never hear on -- very seldom hear stories about the refugees right now. >> clooney is in armenia to mark the 121st anniversary of the massacre. he will award the award. the oldest film festival in north america is underway now and bringing some of the most highly regarded actors, directors and screen writers to the bay area. >> susan will finally visit. >> that woman is a fiend. >> kate beckin sail was in for the opening night. stars in "lady susan." the film version of the jane austen comedy "love and friendship." there are 200 films in four different theaters across the
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city at the festival. more at ktvu.com. look under the web links tab. coming up at 9:00, the new campaign curry is working on to help fight a deadly disease and who he is calling on to help spread the word. >> a spring break trip that makes all the difference. in the next hour, meet a san francisco police officer who is organizing life changing trips for local teens.
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incredible site in the bay area as the solar impulse 2 makes a successful landing at moffett field. >> some of the world's best cars, planes and motorcycles are all on display this morning in halfmoon bay. we're live from the dream machine show with some of those planes, coming up.
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good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2". a beautiful shot from the bay this morning. it is opening day on the bay today. so expect to see a lot of boats on the water. >> we're going to see hundreds. this is the 99th year for this event. you're going to see them from just about everywhere in the city today. in the bay from sausalito to pier 39. it gets underway in about an hour now. >> marking the official start of boating season in san francisco. welcome to "mornings on 2", it's sunday, april 24th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm ross polumbo. let's go to rosemary for a check of the conditions we're going so see on the water. >> for the first part of the morning and afternoon not so bad. once opening day on the bay wraps up the winds will increase and we have a wind advisory in the bay as well as for the bayside communities and for the commute. living a live look here at a
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gorgeous start to the day. where we did have partly cloudy skies, mostly clear and again, a view of the golden gate bridge. you can see the water not too bad just yet. we had a better view a moment ago. we are looking at the water becoming more choppy. we have temperatures in the 50s this morning. 58 degrees in santa rosa. 55 san francisco. upper 50s in oakland. livermore and san jose also in the upper 50s so. with that breeze our temperatures are actually up over yesterday by a few degrees. sfo reporting 9, hayward 7, mountainview 67, you can see not bad at this time but if you're stepping out it's a bit brisk, a little breezy, a little cool. the wind advisory kicks in at 3:00, goes all the way to midnight. for, again our coast as well as our bayside communities, stretching along the peninsula including san francisco, if you're going to see the giants game this afternoon, prepare for the cool breezy weather. the winds could actually go as
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fast as 30 miles per hour sustained, then 50, we're talking about gusts. especially along the coastline, those winds are strong enough to bring down power lines and topple the trees. so something definitely to be aware of. here's a look at just how widespread it is, cuts off about sunnyvale, south bay not included in the wind advisory, for the east bay shoreline from richmond through milpedas. when we come back i'll look at the afternoon highs and the extended forecast, when does wind die down and rain come here? more on that in a bit. new overnight -- history is made at moffett field in mountainview. >> the solar impulse 2, solar- powered plane attempting to fly around the world successfully landed shortly before midnight. the three-day journey from hawaii is considered the most dangerous part of the flight because it's the largest stretch of open water in the world with very few emergency landing sites. the pilot touched down to cheers from aviation enthusiasts and supporters of
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the solar project. there was more cheering when the door of that plane was taken off and he stepped out. [ cheering and applause ] >> picard looks pretty good, he keep in mind only slept 20 minutes at a time during that 612-hour flight from hawaii -- 62-hour flight but looking forward to finishing the journey that started in march of last year. it will make three more stops in the u.s. before crossing the atlantic ocean to either europe or north africa. >> it could be clearly seen over the golden gate bridge earlier in the day. it's wings are longer than those on a 747 and was flying just 28 miles per hour. >> my son, i believe that he needs to see history in the making. >> it's an important part of history. i just like have to watch it. and then i just -- i just want to tell my friends like, i saw it in person. >> the crew says moffett field
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seemed appropriate since it's in the heart of silicon valley. new this morning, just learning more about the gunman who shot and injured two students outside a prom in wisconsin. police identified him as 18- year-old jacob wagner. police say he showed up at the prom with a rifle last night and shot a boy and girl as they were leaving. police happened to be patrolling the parking lot at the time. they heard the shots and then fired back hitting that gunman. he decides early this morning at the hospital -- died early this morning at the hospital. >> the community is safe at this point. also a lot of investigation to worry about. we're also looking at the victims and hope everything comes through ok with them. >> police say one of the victims is now undergoing surgery but his injuries are not life threatening. the girl was treated and released from the hospital already. all the other students at the prom were safely escorted out of the building. police are still trying to figure out a motive for the shooting. san mateo police need your help finding a man who is caught on camera breaking into
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a home. police say this man hit that home on eaton road, apparently ran off though shortly after the homeowner confronted him. he's described as 5'10", weighing about 180 pounds. police believe he may also be connected to two other burglaries in the area. golden state getting ready for game four at 12:30 today against houston. the warriors haven't lost two games in a row all season. curry missed game two and three. game three the team fell short, thursday, lost by a point in the final second. curry practiced yesterday. he says he thinks he's going to play today but he knows how much action he's actually going to see depends on how his right ankle feels this morning and during the game. coach kerr also expects curry to play but says one of the biggest reasons the warriors have seen success this season is they play with everything they have every time they are on the court. >> our guys have done a good job of responding with their heads as well as their hearts.
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>> kickoff 12:30 our time with game time in oracle wednesday. y is not only -- curry is not only reigning mvp but using the star power for good. >> i am calling my shot to beat malaria. >> the campaign called call your shot, it's so fight malaria in africa. curry is hoping to spread the word across the internet and has nominated people to call their own shots and post it on- line. >> i'm challenging the nation and mccrea and more, here's mine, the one bouncing in. >> curry also went on to challenge all the members of the nba on tnt including shaq and kenny smith. smith answered the call nearly immediately. >> steph, this is for you.
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>> you make the shot. you make the call boy. >> if you would like to participate upload a video to social media of your shot with the hashtag call your shot. to donate to the campaign visit callyourshot.org. looking for something fun to do today you may want to head to the halfmoon bay airport. the pacific coast dream machine show starts later this morning, in about an hour >> already been very busy out there. that show featuring plenty of trucks, cars, vintage airplanes and great shows. allie rasmus is in halfmoon bay with a little preview. >> reporter: yes, all types of classic vehicles including classic planes. earlier this morning we showed you classic cars. that is the other end of the airport. now we've made our way to the -- the north end and they've got several dozen classic planes out here including this one.
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a b-25 mitchell bomber, world war ii era plane, actually flown in world war ii. rick marshall is crew chief and mechanic. how did you -- did the owner come about getting this plane? >> it's kinds of a funny story. he went to a air show years ago and he watched one start. he says i'm going to buy one of those. back in 1992 or 1993 he found this one and bought it. >> it still flies. >> yeah. we're going to fly it today, 11:00. >> can you show us around? what are some of the interesting historic features? in this plane? >> this aircraft was in the second world war in corsica at the end of the floor flying bombing missions. they are supposed to be three -- this one and two others, that were actually in the second world war and we fly this thing, we try to fly it every weekend >> how does it -- it flies just like it did?
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>> yes. >> 60 years ago? >> yes. >> or 60 plus, 70 >> almost 70 years. yeah. basically the aircraft is ready to go. >> you were showing us something inside. week actually walk inside here. what was this area for? >> this is the bomb p bay here. carrying the bombs, carable of carrying 3,000 pounds worth of bombs. these are replica bombs. what is neat is we have a signature of one of the axle doolittle raiders, ed signed our airplane about five years ago. and i believe he is still alive. there's only he and ybe two others that are still alive from the second world war. >> why is it worthwhile for people to come out and see something like this? >> well, it's a piece of history. if we had not have won the war we would be speaking a
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different language. >> events like this are a good way to bring people to that history. >> yes. >> see it up close. thank you so much. rick marshall. he's the crew chief for this b- 25 -- i'm going to make sure i don't hit my head here, b-25 mitchell bomber world war ii era plane, one of dozens of classic planes they have on display, parts of the pacific coast dream machine show. they also have classic cars, trucks, vintage police cars, vintage motorcycles, engines for farming equipment that was used around the turn of the century. it's a unique event. they have more than 2,000 vehicles. starts 10:00 this morning. back to you. >> be careful getting in and out of those. when you go in you get a sense of what it was like for the bravest of the brave when they were in the tiny subwayses sweating out those moments. >> it's great that it is out
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here and anyone can walk up to it, they can touch it, go inside. you can look inside. all the different compartments. this is interesting. i didn't notice this. rick, can you come here. you can see one of the seats, original seats and even some of the original equipment they have in here. it's a really unique experience. that's obviously part of the draw for something like this. >> cool. >> very cool. thank you so much for that look. i'm sure it will be a very busy day on that tarmac today. >> thank you. coming up -- a rare opportunity to take a life changing trip. >> up next, we talk to san francisco police officer who just got back from operation genesis. more on the trip to ghana. and hear from a high schooler that got to go.
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on fox sunday -- paul manna four was trying to assure them that donald trump will soon act in a different way. but recorded comments raise new questions. >> what that clip was related to was a question this was asked, talking about the settings he was going to be in. on the campaign setting you see the real donald trump in campaign mode talking to people who believe in his candidacy.
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i was dealing with members of the republican national committee who have a different role from an organizational standpoint and they wanted to know about things like is he going to give speeches on policies? is he going to be involved in settings that are not rally- oriented? that was the context i was talking about. >> they have caused a lot of controversy. manafour said his comments seemed like political spin but he said he was talking about evolving the campaign, not the candidate himself. time now is 9:16. let's head to rosemary orozco for a check of how our day is shaping up. it's a little gusty but also looks like it's going to get windier. >> still beautiful. >> it's a pretty start but as we get into the afternoon the winds are going to be picking up. it's going to be even hazardous for some. that is something to be aware of. it's the story as we get into the seconds part of the day. right now the winds not so bad, 5, 10, 15 miles per hour for
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some. so a little breezy but you can see here areas like sfo, hayward, mountainview and san jose into livermore all reporting less than a 10 mile- per-hour wind. halfmoon bay, yes, a little breezier there but the wind advisory starts 3:00 this afternoon. goes until midnight. includes our north bay coast, stretches san francisco, ocean beach area down through halfmoon bay and san mateo county coastline. but notice as we get into santa cruz it's not for the month -- monterey area. it's for the coastline here as well as the peninsula as well as the east bay. it goes all the way into areas like millpedas, cuts off at sunnyvale. inner east bay and inner north bay not included in this. gusts expected to 40, 50 miles per hour. in the afternoon, again a little breezy in areas but going to turn windier. 30 miles per hour, perhaps even 40, 50 miles per hour by afternoon time.
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san francisco 22. oakland 17. 15 to 20 miles per hour around san jose santa rosa and napa. as we get into the evening hours the winds will continue, here we are at 11:00, the advisory as i mentioned before, all the way until midnight so expect a breezy gusty afternoon. temperatures will be very similar into the afternoon, once we get there, to what we had on saturday. at the moment, 56 in san francisco. 60 "the wall -- walnut creek. 56 in redwood city. into the south bay 58 for san jose. afternoon highs today, upper 60s in vallejo, novato. in san francisco low 60s for the giants game this afternoon. it's going to be breezy, it's going to be cool. our east bay shoreline mid-60s in oakland, upper stoicts near 70 for concord, antioch, shifting into the south bay. we have temperatures similar, 66 san jose. 67 mountainview. your extended forecast, going to be breezy, not as windy as
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we get into monday. back to work on monday notice temperatures very little change. looking at mid to upper 60s in the forecast. monday, tuesday, increasing clouds tuesday night. chance for showers on wednesday. we turn partly cloudy, temperatures do begin to rebound thursday. back to you. students from san francisco's bayview district got a rare opportunity this past spring break, they traveled to ghana for an educational trip meant to help teens get back with their roots and giving to local kids in need. part of a dispran police program called operation genesis. today the founder officer jason johnson is live in studio with us along with one of the high schoolers who got to take part in the experience. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having us. >> you're back. we talked to you before you left and you've done it before. an amazing trip for these kids to take, 20 of you went. 12 kids. i'm going to start with you
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though. you just got back. what did you think? >> it was amazing. when i first got there it was everything that i didn't expect and more. like, being there was an eye- opening experience definitely. like, the people were so nice. so host pillable. >> had you ever been out of the country before? >> no, my first time. >> on a plane? >> yes. >> some people hadn't even been on a plane before. when you hear that what do you think? you founded this program to really kind of give a new perspective for teens and young people. that's what you want to hear, right? >> right. absolutely. >> how was it? was it different from the past trips you've taken? >> yeah. we had a few different things this time. it was great. >> tell me the goal of operation genesis. >> the goal is to expose the kids to their culture, where they came from. and what took place for africans to be here in america. then to get the community
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involvement. the kids understanding their value and then understanding the power working together. to accomplish whatever goal they have. >> what do you want them to do when they get back from this trip? what do you hope they take with them and how they push that forward? >> the goal is unity. understanding who they are, getting along is a big thing. parents' involvement. just giving back to the other kids that didn't have the opportunity to go. even the younger kids, just explaining to them the importance of taking advantage of the opportunity that they have. >> take me through some of the video here. what was this experience like? >> so, we went to villages, the villages were pretty awesome. that was definitely a part that, definitely is going to stay with me forever. >> the villages were awesome. the kids were so nice. they ran up to you and wanted to take pictures with you, hug you. they were super friendly. it was amazing how they walked up to you. and the food. the food was good.
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like -- stuff i never had before. it was really good. the food was really, really natural. in america everything has preservatives and all that. to actually eat natural food taken off a tree and right into the pot was really good. the food -- didn't sit well with me when i got back home and got back to the normal stuff i ate but it was good when i was out there. >> what did you think it would be like? >> i didn't think it would be that different besides the poverty level. everyone was super nice. you don't usually see that -- they all said hi -- like a unison hi. everyone would stop, hi, how are you? where are you from? >> do you feel like a different person coming back? do you appreciate your history more? >> yes. i appreciate -- definitely my history more and appreciate my
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parents more. because before i left i was definitely kind like disrespecting my parents a little bit. i got back and opened up more and talked to them about more stuff. i kind of -- built a better relationship with both of them and apologized for things did i. couldn't wait to get back home, on day six it was like i got to get them back home and show i've changed. >> you tell your parents how much you love them? >> yes. this is my unity bone. my favorite gift -- i brought this back. unity bone, web you represents in my house you rub it to show our family is a family. we have unity between one another. >> awesome. you want to give people other opportunities like this one too. you want this program to continue. tell me what you are doing to get the word out and make sure other teens have the opportunity as he has. >> yeah. so we have, an officer in the schools putting the word out. we have facebook, operation
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genesis inc. twitter. we have operationgenesisinc.org. we're just promoting it and having the kids sharing experiences and get more people involved in help out. >> when you say you appreciate your parents when you come back -- that is a big selling .. thank you. it's on the screen as well, that you can contribute to operation genesis and mick sure more young people get this amazing opportunity. sends the donations to the address on the screen. >> learn more about the program on our web site too, ktvu.com, click on the web links tab. thank you so much for coming in. >> thank you. >> welcome back. >> thank you for having us. >> all eyes on curry as the warriors prepare to take on the rockets in game four. we're just hours away from the start of the game. why the coach says what happened this morning will help
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live look out of sausalito now. today's opening day on the bay. marking the official start of the san francisco boating season. you will be able to see the sales anywhere along the bay from pier 39 in sausalito. all starts 10:15 this morning. there are two boats there now but we'll see hundreds upon hundreds. the prayer over the fleet starts 10:30. then all the boats from the entire parade starts around noon. >> should be a great day. let's talk about warriors now. game time getting closer. >> 12:30. >> yes. the question is -- will curry play? how's his ankle? looks like he will play but not clear how long. warriors game one and two but lost game three to the rockets
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in houston thursday. keep in mind they have not lost back-to-back games all season and plaids the last two games without curry. so everyone looking to see how he's been feeling. he had 5 on 5 practice yesterday. >> still getting some treatment. getting right for the game tomorrow. warming up and as long as it continues to feel like it does now i'm not -- having setbacks, so i should be good. >> officially curry listed as probable for today's game. coach kerr says he does expect curry to play. 123 12:30 in houston. we'll be watching. >> it will be interesting to see if he actually starts, right?
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this week, we're heading to america's premiere short track, richmond. they say virginia is for lovers, but there's no room for that. with tony stewart back behind the wheel, will everything go up in smoke? so clear a path, stay off the wall and drive, baby, drive. can a past champion reclaim glory? or will a young gun upstage the top dogs? let's go full force to the finish to find out, next on fox. >> a live look

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