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a busy thoroughfare in san francisco back open again as of just 15 minutes ago after an overnight homicide investigation here. the latest on that investigation coming up. despite a victory, a major blow for w nation. steph curry suffers another injury. the answers we may get today about when he returns to the court. "mornings on 2" continues. 7:00 this monday morning april 25th. i am gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i am dave clark. let's check weather. it's kind of cold. >> i had to go back inside and grab my jacket, steve. >> the same myself. it is pretty cold out there. there are a few 30s showing up after yesterday's system dropped in and there is still some activity in the sierra nevada. no doubt about it. that will pick up later today.
thunderstorms towards bakersfield yesterday. if you are listening, not watching, i know you are busy in the morning, breezy on the bay and it's breezy for just about everybody today. temperatures will be, well, 60s for many. william in vallejo. hello, steve. hello, william. it's colder today. 44. light wind and clear in vallejo. everything's going to be right down out of the northwest. there is another system that's coming down. i am standing in front of the thunderstorms. san joaquin valley, turning to snow. numerous reports of hail yesterday. those were pretty good boomers there. 40s on the temps. napa airport at 40 degrees. chilly there. i did see some low 60s in lake county. danville and black hawk are holding steady at 40. cool in walnut creek at 39. so there are some. northwest direction, west direction, everything out of the northwest. look what's happening in tahoe and reno and northeast
california beginning to develop. some of that could sneak into eastern lake county or napa county. that's the piece of energy that has to rotate through. chilly morning. >> breezy to wind today. mostly sunny though. temperatures rebounding from 30s, 40s, 50s. a lot of 60s after everything's said and done. sal, 7:02. traffic, any hiccups there, or is it just slow? >> well, it is slow. for the most part, it's a moderate commute trying to get around on the monday morning. to the bay bridge it's backed up around the corner to the macarthur maze. it's backed up for a 25 to 30- minute delay. maybe half hour before you make it onto the bridge. another 10 minutes or so until you are in san francisco. so that's taking the better part of the hour. 40 minutes or so. and then wherever you are coming from also has delays no doubt. this is a look at 101 in san francisco. the traffic is moving along okay. south bay commute has been slow. 87 started it off with an unexpected delay heading up to
downtown. and then 101 and 85 are now beginning to fill in. as we look at the nimitz freeway, we already have some slowing between 238 and down to dakota road, which is not unusual. livermore valley looks good. westbound 580. 680 slows as you leave pleasanton to fremont. 7:03. back to the desk. breaking news in the east bay. there was an armed robbery at a casino in pacheco and the investigation is underway right now. the contra costa sheriff's department said it happened about 4:45 this morning at the california grand casino on contra costa boulevard. no juans hurt. they don't have a good description of the suspect at this point, but they are checking surveillance video. now, we do have a ktvu crew heading there now. they are going to bring you live updates as soon as we get them in. new this morning san francisco police have just re- opened the busy thoroughfare after an overnight homicide
investigation. ktvu's allie rasmus is live at larkin and turk where the street is now open? >> reporter: yes, a very different scene out here. you see traffic, cars, pedestrians moving freely here. it was a very different scene here just 15 minutes ago when investigators still had this area closed. there were several bands of crime scene tape and everything was blocked except for the few residents who live here. at 2:20 this morning police got a call about a person injured. when they arrived they found out the person had died. we don't know if the victim is a man or woman and police have not given us an update about any of the circumstances how this person died. they wouldn't confirm if it was a shooting or stabbing. a few people on the street said they didn't hear any arguing, no commotion around 2 a.m. and no gunshots. now, it appears the victim may have tried to get way after he or she was injured and fell down on the sidewalk next to
some parked cars out here. that's where the crime scene technicians have laid down evidence markers. they took several photos of the vehicles on this street. those vehicles are still there. they were spending a lot of time around that black suv. you might be able to get a better look at it. but at this point we haven't heard anything from police about whether or not they have identified a suspect. but for people living, walking, driving through this area, the street is back open. larkin street back open from turing to deadly after being shut down several hours overnight. in the east bay this morning police are looking for gunman responsible in a dead lie shooting at a massage parlor in pittsburg. this happened last night on atlantic avenue. police say the gun man entered the store, demanded money and that led to a fight between the suspect and several workers. investigators say during the fight the gunman shot one of the employees, who died at the scene. the suspect has not been caught by police at this hour. time now 7:05. san jose police are investigating the deaths of two
people. the bodies of man and a woman were found yesterday afternoon on lucas court. the "mercury news" reports concerned family members called police when they didn't hear from their relatives for some time. police have not given us details how the two people were killed or their names, and so far no arrest have been made. there. >> there have been five homicides in san jose in the past couple of weeks. april 16, an 18-year-old man was shot and killed. he was walking with friends mere lyndale avenue. two days later a 24-year-old father was killed near quinnby road. last beak a 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of stabbing his father to death. san jose leaders have decided not to pursue a plan that would have allowed landlords to evict tenants for criminal activity. it was to have tenants sign an agreement that said they could be evicted if they were arrested, even without a conviction. the bay area news group reports police would have given landlords lists of people
arrested for crimes on or near the property they manage. supporters say similar measures cut crime by as much as half in other cities. most of the people who spoke at four public meetings on the idea opposed it. many said crimes committed by family members or guests could have triggered an eviction. well, the warriors one win away from advancing to the second round of nba playoffs. >> this morning fans are nervous, concerned about that new injury to steph curry. ktvu fox 2's alex savidge here with us now figure out what the doctors are trying to figure out. how bad it is. >> yeah. hopefully, at some point later today. of course, steph curry, the warriors, w nation as a whole anxious to find out how serious this knee injury is. later today the mvp will have an mri on his right knee, which the team says was sprained yesterday. here's how he hurt it. if you missed the game he hurt it before halftime of yesterday's game in houston. the mvp slipped on a wet spot on the floor. you can see he went down
awkwardly there. curry after that limped off to the locker room and then was later told he would not be playing in the second half of the game. the good news was the warriors, they didn't need steph curry the rest of the way. the w's outscored the rockets 41-20 in the third quarter and finished this game with an nba playoff record 21 three- pointers in the game. the warriors ran away with this thing winning 121-94. when curry went down his teammates knew they had to step it up. >> we all know that we have to step our game up. and with that we know that they are thinking, oh, it's over now. we want to prove otherwise. >> freak thing. >> curry just returned to the court yesterday after he was sidelined for two games because of an injured ankle. he tweaked it during game one of the series with the rockets. now he has a new injury. new concerns about whether the warriors will have to move forward here in the playoffs without their star. and you can see how concerned
curry was after the game. his head in his hands there as he left the court. usually, he is more than willing to talk to the media after the game, but in this case he chose to not say anything and speak publicly after the game. he simply headed off to the team bus and he is going to be having that mri today in the bay area. hopefully, we will find out more, how serious this is. >> and you mentioned a freak thing. another player just slipped? >> just before steph went down, another warriors player fell in front, almost in the same spot. >> one of the rockets players. he fell down and slipped just before that and kind of slid along that portion of the court. so instantly there was this wet spot that there was no chance to clean it up, obviously. it was in the middle of play. right that moment steph curry came through there, defending trevor ariza. yeah, just a bizarre, a freak set of circumstances there, and he tweaked that knee in the process. >> all right. thinking good thoughts. >> we are staying on it as well. we will continue to follow this. as soon as the warriors release
details of that mri we will have it on facebook and twitter. today san francisco supervisor david compose will announce new legislation cracking down on illegal rental sites. a recent report says out of seven how to listings, about a thousand airbnb hosts are registered with the city. a proposal by supervisor compose required that airbnb and similar companies with only advertise rental listings registered with the city. the teamsters union trying to form an association with uber drivers. some already reached out to the team officers for help in settling issues with uber and getting more benefits from uber. state law does not allow unions to negotiate for people who are not members. uber not commenting directly on the teamsters' involvement. the drivers are acting after last week's $100 million settlement with uber. there is still some questions on whether uber drivers are
contractors or employees of the company. new this morning president obama is sending as many as 250 more u.s. troops to syria to help fight isis. he made the announcement today in germany. the president has been in talks with chancellor angela merkel as they push for a u.s. - european free trade agreement. president obama says the troops will not lead the fight on the ground but will help keep the momentum going against islamic state. >> make no mistake. these terrorists will learn the same lesson as others before them have, which is your hatred is no match for our nation's united and defense in our way of life. and just as we remain relentless on the military front, we are not giving up on diplomacy to end the civil war in syria because the suffering of the syrian people has to end. >> president obama wraps up his european trip meeting with the leaders ever germany, france,
italy and england. they are expected to continue talks about the battle against isis, syria and the on going immigration crisis? in 20 minutes, this may be a heartbreak are for the owners. a hunger strike in san francisco's mission district. the demands protesters are making in the wake of recent shootings involving san francisco police. good morning. we are looking at an east bay commute that is going to be filling in 24 through lafayette and again slowing through lorinda. we will tell you more about the east bay commute when we come cac. it's going to be mostly sunny, but it's a cold start here. there are many, many 30s. we will talk about that and see what's in store in the sierra where things continue to be rather active. come celebrate new beginnings like hyperspace mountain...
welcome back to "mornings on 2". time is 7:14. new this morning the city of cleveland, ohio has reached a $6 million settlement with the family of tamir rice. he is the 12-year-old african- american child shot by a white police officer in 2014. you see him here. he was playing with a pellet gun outside of a recreation center when he was shot. now, his family sued, saying the city, the police, and dispatchers acted recklessly. the tamir rice case spurred protests around cleveland and around the nation, and a federal civil rights investigation is underway. meantime, in the bay area a hunger strike protesting police shootings in san francisco is now in its fifth day. small group of people have been camping out in front of the police station in the mission. they say the hunger strike will continue until police chief greg suhr is fired or mayor ed lee resigns. the protest is a response to recent police shootings, including the killing of mario woods. >> i mean, it's the ultimate
sacrifice that one can do for a cause that they believe in. >> this is serious. and we are putting our life on the line. >> we are born and raised here. we care about this. so we are not going to stop. >> now, the san francisco police department says it has taken steps to make changes after those shootings. in february, the department announced there would be better police training. they would also increase the number of non-lethal beanbag rounds and they have also equipped patrol cars with batons. 7:16. some jurors in california could soon face fines for social media and internet use violations. legislation supported by state court officials would authorize judges in some counties to fine jurors up to $1,500 each if they research their trial online or post about it on social media. currently, judges can only hold jurors in contempt. supporters say the legislation would prevent mistrials and overturned convictions. opponents say it won't have any practical effect. this morning new trouble
for the man known as johnny football. former nfl quarterback johnny manziel has been indicted by a dallas key grand jury on a misdemeanor assault with bodily injury charge. the 23-year-old is accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend several times while driving from an uptown dallas bar back to her home in fort worth earlier this year. he was recently cut by the cleveland browns after two seasons filled with trouble on and off the field. >> so many problems for him. one after another. time is 7:17. hey, sal, any problems in our commute? i know you are watching the bridges as well as the roads. >> yeah. we are watching the bridges. the golden gate bridge a nice looking shot t starts to be the tourist season. looks good from marin county into san francisco. if you are planning on going to the golden gate bridge today, it looks like a winner here. look at this picture. it looks very nice. no major problems getting to it from san francisco or marin as you drive through the area. in fact, we can look at marin
county via the map system. i will show out traffic between novato and san rafael. we are also looking at the commute on the other side of the bay from pinole to richmond in pockets down through berkeley, we have a lot of stop- and-go traffic. then we go to the south bay where we have had slow traffic on 85, 87 and 101 this morning. it's now starting to fall into a typical commute, getting into the silicone valley, sunnyvale, cupertino and mountain view. not too bad, but there is some slowing there. this is a look at the macarthur maze westbound coming up around the corner to get into san francisco from oakland. you will see some slow traffic there. obviously, this is about a 40- minute delay after you start counting getting on into san francisco. 7:18. let's go to steve. >> thank you. good morning, everybody. well, my goodness, a cold one out there. plenty of 30s checking in. a couple of reports of frost
around oakmont. many 30s in lake county. i think they take the honors for the coldest. kelseyville 31. san jose below average on their temp. down to 47. there was some 43s around. norcal queen says good morning, sir. who came in? sir? who came in? 33 degrees and chilly up here on cobb. that's more than chilly. that's cold. clear blue skies with a beautiful sunrise. some pretty cold readings coming in. impressive systems for april. i remember last april it was sunny and warm. that's not the case here. look at the boomers blowing up. this was yesterday afternoon. a lot of reports of hail around bakersfield and snow in the tahachees. 43 in livermore. 43 santa rosa. 43 fairfield. many 40s here and a couple of upper 30s. mount diablo, i doubt you are going to the top. if you are hiking it, it's brisk this morning.
that's 32. that's at 3,000 feet. walnut creek is 39. danville 40. black hawk 40. pretty cool here. 44 lafayette and in moraga. northwest, northwest, northwest, west, west, west. the same from sfo to san jose. 28 in truckee. 38 reno. another system popping up right there. watch this in the last few frames. yesterday we had some snow showers. but things are already developing northeast california. it should stay there. i would think along the mother lode for us. we are under clear skies right now. right there. that little guy is what's going to rotate into the sierra. that will keep snow showers up there. heading up 50 and 80. next system does not look strong, but it will give us a little bit of rain. we will take whatever we can get towards the end of april. there is only a few one- hundreths here. it will keep us on the cooler side. a chillier, cold morning.
breezy to windy today. a few 30s for lows. we will get some clouds popping up in the afternoon, especially lake county, eastern napa. now, the north wind helps santa rosa. that usually warms them up. most locations below average today. cold going for tuesday morning. it will be nice. cloudy to mostly cloudy wednesday. some rain. not a lot. the weekend looks sunny side up and warmer. >> wow, look at that. almost 80 again. >> well, you are almost to may. >> thank you. time is 7:21. new developments to bring. the man who is charged can spilling sierra lamar gets ready to head to court. search for the suspects in the killing of eight family members in ohio. what we're aring about a possible motive.
get high speed internet from at&t with 99.9% reliability for just $30 a month. keep calm, your internet's on. 7:24. to date, state lawmakers will look into what steps california has taken to keep tabs on companies that have a history of settling complaints about construction defects. the issue came up after six people died when a balcony collapsed at a berkeley apartment building. investigators said there were mistakes and construction shortcuts that led to the deadly collapse and there had been signs of problems as much as a year before the collapse. today state senators will hold a hearing to see how state and
local agencies are following up. 7:24. we are finding out more about the killings of eight family members in ohio. the state attorney general says the killings were sophisticated. they were pre-planned executions. several adults and one teenage boy, they were found shot to death on friday in four different homes. investigators say several marijuana growing operations were found there at the crime scene, but they didn't say if the deaths were drug related. investigators think there were more than one killer and that they are still out there on the loose. >> this was not something that just happened. this was something that was planned. a family was targeted. most of them targeted while they were sleeping. >> now, the surviving family members, they are staying at a church because of concerns with their safety. there is now a $25,000 reward for information leading to the killers. it's been one year since an earthquake devastated n --
nepal. the 7.8 earthquake injured more than 21 thaw people and damaged or destroyed more than 900,000 homes. in fact, many families are still living in temporary shelters. the government of nepal is under criticism for the slow construction of the area despited more than $4 million in international aid. a major development in the race for the white house. the two candidates who are teaming up in hopes of beating donald trump. live in martinez where sheriff's deputies are investigating a robbery at a nearby casino. we will bring you the latest coming up. once you get on the bay bridge it looks good, but there is a big backup. we will talk about that when we come back. one of those deceptive days. you look out the window.
lot of the details, gasia and dave. i can tell you that cobb county sheriff's deputies just left the scene a few minutes ago. the casino is open for the public. i can tell you that what we're hearing is that the robber at this point, we're hearing from reports, that he may have stolen some chips from inside the casino this morning. this robbery happened at about 4:45 this morning at the california grand casino off contra costa boulevard here in martinez. we are hearing this morning that perhaps the person who stole the chips in this case may have been armed. we are still trying to confirm some of these details. this happened at 4:45 this morning at the california grand casino. it is open to the public. now, as we take it back out here live, security, we were on property, but security told us to leave the property this morning. but again we are still learning to gather more information in terms of this robbery that happened here in martinez at
the california grand casino. as soon as we hear more information, we will pass that along. >> the casinos of course have some of the best security inside, outside, around their buildings? >> reporter: that's exactly right. cobb county sheriff's have been sweeting out -- tweeting out this morning. they have some of the best surveillance footage and surveillance cameras out there. hopefully, we get more information as the morning progresses. >> brian, thank you. all right. time is 7:31. it's a cold morning. >> yeah, it is. >> steve paulson is here to talk about your weather. pay attention. >> it was a windy evening for some. now it's cold. but it will be sunny and nice. that's for sure. but plenty of 30s this morning and wind gusts yesterday, especially around san mateo, daly city and sfo, about 5:00 yesterday anywhere from 42 to 58 miles per hour.
my goodness. marty bautista says good morning, mr. p. windy. caps. small case. caps. i know what i mean, marty. it is windy. right out of the northwest big thunderstorm activity. look at that in the san joaquin valley. it started in bakersfield, california. there a hop, skip and jump to number one on the charts. i'm casey kasem [ applause ] >> now a little dedication. 47 san jose. 39 woodside. hello. 49 stanford. los altos hills 44. 46 in pacifica. west, north, west, west, west, southwest. it will still be westerly. our northwesterly breeze.
they are not done in the sierra. another piece of energy rotating in. so south lake tahoe to reno, northeast california around quincy, you folks there in chester, also up in maybe grass valley could get a little more. there is some cloud cover over the ocean. we are under clear skies, but i think a few little clouds could pop up. lake county, eastern napa and solano county later today, probably see it off in the difference. few 30s for lows. we will end up with 60s on the temps. 74 santa rosa because that north wind. that's the only reason. i mean, there were some huge differences on the projected forecast highs for today. so i kind of just kind of split the difference. went with a lot of 60s on these highs. these are all below average, as you imagine. another system moves in wednesday for possible rain. and then, oh yeah, thursday partly cloudy. now lets go to sal.
i think it's going to be busy on the eastshore freeway. let's look at what we have with that eastshore commute. you can see, as i put the picture up, the traffic going to be busy through the berkeley area. it's taking about 45 minutes, maybe a little more, to drive between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. that's not bad for this time of the morning. you are used to slowdowns when you get to the bay bridge. there will be a backup that stretches for 30 minutes. driving on interstate 880 traffic is filling in a little bit. it's not stop and go, but you will see some slow traffic as you drive through the area. there has been just a little bit of slowing already northbound as you approach high street. oh, and i mentioned contra costa county. slow from bay bridge and pittsburg. 680 slow from concord near 242. maybe a little bit before that down to walnut creek. some slowing remains as you drive south through alamo. now lets go back to the desk. >> sal, thank you. new this morning, a well
known south bay sports bar went up in flames overnight. this morning investigators are searching for the cause. janine de la vega is in los gatos to tell us. you talked to one. employees. what did they say? >> reporter: she was just completely in shock. she was working here last night at double d's sports bar and grill. it closed at 9 p.m. she said that people were still finishing up eating and having a drink here when she left. now she is saying she has no idea when she is going to return to work. she doesn't think that will happen any time soon because it's a mess inside. we took a peek inside the sports bar and restaurant this morning, which is located on the corner of santa cruz avenue. as you can see, debris is everywhere. there is smoke and water damage in the dining area and the ceiling. the roof is burned and has extensive damage. that's because the fire was in the attic area. firefighters were called after
somebody spotted the flames around midnight at the sports bar and the fire grew to three alarms. it took multiple crews to get it under control. please, as i mentioned, they are still reeling from the news. >> i am extremely sad. i mean, i have been here a little less than a year and i love it here. like, i love coming to work and being around everyone and the atmosphere and it's fun. i am just sad that it's going to be closed for a while. >> reporter: firefighters were able to save some sports memorabilia from the bar. there were items from the 49ers, the san jose sharks, other teams that were autographed. it really took years for the owners to collect all of that. and they were grateful, i'm told, that the firefighter could salvage some of that. now, we are waiting to hear from investigators. one of them arrived a short time ago. they are looking for evidence what caused this fire to start. no word when double d's is
going to open again. as you heard, because of the damage inside, it's going to be a while. but i have already had some people tweeting me, asking me if it would be ready in time for the next warriors game. doesn't look like that's going to happen. >> janine de la vega? los gatos. thank you. time is now 7:37. the man accused of killing sierra lamar is due in court today. on friday, antolin garcia -- told the judge he wants to stand trial within 60 days. the lawyers for garcia torres told the judge they are not ready yet. sierra's father hopes the case will move forward. >> we need answers. worse than any other court delays and anything, it's just the not knowing. not knowing what happened is one of the worst things to deal with.
>> it is now four years since 15-year-old sierra lamar disappeared in morgan hill. her body has never been found, but prosecutors say her dna was found in garcia torres' car. her family plans to be in court today. a crisis support team will be on campus at martinez high school today to help students deal with the death of a classmate. according to a facebook post by the principal, freshman andre maria died over the weekend. there is a crowd funding site for pari a's family. it was started in remembrance of maria. she was killed while trying to receive her cell phone on the train tracks two years ago. the race for the white house. an unprecedented alliance between two presidential candidates is designed to block and deny republican frontrunner donald trump's efforts to win enough delegates to clench the nomination. ted cruz will step back in
oregon and new mexico where ohio governor john kasich has strength, while kasich will do the same in indiana. both campaigns can't win enough delegates, but they have realized they've got to team up in order to prevent trump from clenching the nomination before this summer's convention. kasich has been planning on a contested convention all along. >> we are going to an open con convention. i have been saying it two months. people say he doesn't know what he is talking about. turns out i'm right. >> donald trump says his rivals teaming up is just more evidence to back up his claim the republican nominating process is rigged. meantime, the democratic presidential candidates, they are getting ready for several primaries tomorrow. a new public policy poll shows hillary clinton has a slight edge over bernie sanders in some states. but the race is tight. in connecticut, hillary clinton leads sanders 48% to 46%. in pennsylvania, hillary
clinton has a 10 point lead over bernie sanders. but in rhode island sanders leads hillary clinton 49% to 45%. time is 7:40. new this morning a metro station in brussels back open over a month after the deadly terror attacks in belgium. the malbec station is under tight security. a remembrance wall is set up where people can write messages to honor the victims. officials say entrances and exits are limited at the station and that repairs are still in progress. >> there wasn't any structural damage. so there were a few works that has to be done. not everything is really, really finished, but it's actually covered. so passengers don't really -- they are not confronted with the damage. >> isis has claimed responsibility for the attacks. the brussels airport that was bombed is still not fully operational. time is 7:40.
we may soon find out more about secret documents that may show a possible saudi connection to the september 11 attacks. the white house expected to release some of the classified pages from a congressional investigation. a co-chair says the documents point to suspicion that members of the saudi government gave aid and support to the 9/11 terrorists. neither the panel nor the 9/11 commission found evidence backing up that claim, critics say that doesn't rule out other members of the saudi royal family being involved. >> most important, unanswered question of 9/11 is did these 19 people conduct these very sophisticated plots alone, or were they supported? and i think all of the evidence points to saudi arabia. >> there has been growing pressure from former officials, the families of 9/11 victims, and members of congress in both parties to release those secret documents. the white house expected to make a decision in the next
several weeks. today hundreds of people will be in sacramento celebrating the fifth annual muslim day at the capitol. it is organized by the council on american-islamic relation and more than 600 muslims are expected to attend. they will meet with state lawmakers and talk about civil rights issues as well as social change. one bill that's being considered at today's event is the safe place to learn act. it's aimed at making sure school employees have the resources students need if they are dealing with bullying and discrimination. a call to stop shopping at target. a bathroom policy that has more and more people saying they will boycott that store. first, even with all the warnings about the colorful laundry detergent pods, new numbers out today show more people are being harmed by them. the extreme step being urged by safety experts. well, we still have a morning commute that seems to be getting slower and slower. at the bay bridge, for example, we have a pretty big waiting time. we will give you that and a look at the approaches. it will be a beautiful day.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". there have been warnings to parents. there have been changes from the manufacturers, but kids are still in danger of being poisoned in their own homes. pam cook back in the studio with the call to do more to protect kids from laundry pods. >> they were introduced in 2012 as a quick, easy, and less messy way to do laundry. since then calls to poison control centers are up 17%. that's according to data published today in the "journal pediatrics."
it shows more than 22,000 children, mostly under the age of three, have been exposed to laundry packets. a doctor in ohio looked at several types of detergents including polls, liquids and powders, and he powders, and he found that the pods are associated with more serious injuries and hospitalizations. >> these children have come in in coma. they have stopped breathing. we have had two deaths in the last two years due to exposure laundry detergent packets. >> manufactures have made changes. many have replaced the clear packets with opaque ones so they look less like candy and made them harder for children to open. doctors recommend keeping them up high. they say parents of children shouldn't use those pods at all. they say more needs to be done. it's not just the laundry pods. i personally have used the --
>> dishwasher? >> yeah. thank you. the dishwasher pods. they also look like candy. i don't have small children. but they are supposed to work very well. but you have to be very, very careful. >> maybe i bring my bay bridge to your house -- my baby to your house for afternoon tea. >> exactly. >> grandparents especially. >> grandparents, nannies, a friend. you drop off kids to watch for the afternoon. >> right, right. good remainder. thank you. 7:47. a half million people are promising to boycott target over its new interesting bathroom policy. that number is growing. just last week the retail giant said it would allow transgender workers and customers to use the restroom or fitting room that corresponds to how they identify themselves. the american family association objected and launched a website where people can sign a petition to boycott target. the number has grown to 497,000 since last wednesday. that's when 120,000 more so far just this morning.
>> wow. time is 7:47. hey, sal, what are you seeing on the roads? >> well, we are seeing things that are, you know, ordinary. nothing out of the ordinary. looking at my list here and i don't see any major accidents. some days we have bad ones. today we have kind of the normal slowdowns around the macarthur maze and getting out to the bay bridge toll plaza. no major delays here coming through there. there are no major problems, bit way. also, looking at a commute here on interstate 880. that traffic is moving along okay. we haven't had that slowdown that normally develops in the 8:00 hour heading north. as we go to the maps, traffic is going to be slow this morning still in concord and walnut creek. it does look like the slowdown on the way from walnut creek to danville has become a little bit longer. no major problems there. then we go to the south bay where all the freeways in the silicone valley have filled in. 85, 17, 87, 101 are all pretty slow getting into sunnyvale and
cupertino. 7:48. steve, today would i be okay with a light jacket? >> yes, sir. it will be okay. it's one of those days if you are in the sun, it will be nice. if you are in the shade, you might say it's cool. one of those. but the breeze is there. and it was darn cold this morning. all the way up into crescent city, which had 30s. yesterday the wind was howling on the peninsula. antonio, good morning, steve. good morning. currently 46 and clear skies. yesterday's wind peak 42 miles per hour in daly city. sfo had up to 54 miles per hour yesterday. today sunny and breezy. cold tomorrow and sunny. rain on wednesday. not a lot. .10-inch could fall. san francisco 63. 48 today. religious is 64/50. below on both. 89 1926 the record high. 42. you can see everything coming right down out of the
northwest. clouds over the ocean. cold air moving over the ocean. big time thunderstorms erupted. blow it up. yesterday around san joaquin valley. sierra, felt like winter up there. guess what? things are picking up again. there is another little low kind of rotating that. i will show you that in just a second. not only there, but around las vegas it's an active pattern. this is a strong low. wait until that ejects over to the rockies and plains. it will be a huge severe weather maker. 40s and 30s on the terms. 45 morgan hill. 46 santa cruz. 41 boulder creek. 44 campbell. saratoga 44. northwest oakland airport, gusts earp your 25-26. west at sfo not as bad as yesterday. still the breeze is in place.
28 in truckee. 45 ukiah. lots of 30s in lake county. in northwest nevada and then northeast california around quincy back over into the sierra, this will trigger a few snow showers in the tahoe region. not us. a few clouds, but i think most of that stays too far to the east for us. the low props in. another one takes its place on wednesday as the rain returns. after that we should kick it out. there will not be a lot of rain on the wednesday system. the trend is to bump this up a little bit more. we will get some rain out of that an wednesday. chilly morning. breezy to windy at types. 30s for lows. some light frost was reported this morning for a few. 60s on the temps to near 70. the north wind can help napa and also santa rosa. but for most that's a cool direction. so we keep it below average on the temps. tomorrow morning cold. out of here by thursday. the weekend looks sunny and
warm. >> thank you, steve. >> any time. 7:52. a waiting period. a counseling session and a letter from your lover all to get a prescription for viagra? why a south carolina lawmaker doesn't even expect her own proposal to pass and the statement she is trying to make. plus, new developments about a possible move for the oakland raiders. why the momentum is building about the possibility they may go to vegas.
welcome back. firefighters investigating a weekend fire at the historic washington house. now, firefighters' helmet cam takes us inside the historic building. it started about 1:00 yesterday afternoon. first they couldn't find the flames. but listen to what happened when they found those hidden flames. >> fire! fire! >> firefighters say the fire was in an area between the first and second floors and up in the attic. several different agencies responded, including crews from venisha and vallejo, crockett, fairfield, and contra costa county. no one was hurt. a special tribute in minnesota to honor the singer prince. >> the tower bells in minneapolis city hall played prince songs sunday afternoon
honor the singer. he died last week at his home in minnesota. 57 years old. the bells tolled his hits for half an hour yesterday. our time is 7:56. this could be a big week as the raiders continue to explore a possible move to las vegas. on thursday, raiders owner mark davis is going to meet with a tourism committee from southern nevada. he is expected to promote his plan to possibly move the team from oakland to las vegas. it's far from a done deal. the raiders need nfl league approval with at least 23 other teams signing off on the decision to allow that move to las vegas. the headquarters of some of silicone valley's biggest companies could end up underwater literally. according to a new study, ahead the risk researchers fear for facebook and google's campuses. we are live in martinez where sheriff's deputies are investigating an early morning robbery at a casino. what the robbers may have gotten away with coming up.
we are looking at slow traffic on some of these commutes. highway 24 slow through lafayette. 80 is slow. now we have a new problem on the peninsula. cold this morning. a few 30s, 40s, and breeze inside place. it will be a sunny day. we will talk about the temps, see if they are staying cool and if there is any rain on my extended outlook. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok.
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at the california grand casino in martinez. you can't tell anything is different from this picture. one security guard posted outside the doors. we are going to talk about the fact that the robbers didn't take cash. >> yeah. >> they took chips. what might mean as we bring in brian flores in a few minutes. welcome back to "mornings on 2" this monday, april 25. >> good morning. i am dave clark. that is gasia. steve paulson has your forecast. it is a chilly forecast? >> cold this morning. mine for us, for april. no doubt, gasia and dave. it will be a nice day. that breeze isn't going away any time soon. temperatures started off 30s and 40s. san jose, climatology data 68/47. what's average? 72/50. below on both. record high not that long ago. 2004 when it was 90 degrees. that was a long time ago. 1893 it was 32 degrees. out of the northwest everything's coming in. more snow showers in the
sierra. big thunderstorms in the san joaquin valley sunday evening. wind gusts 35 to 50 miles per hour. 30s, 40s, 50s popping up. there is a please around that. around calistoga this morning there were a lot of 30s around franz valley. kelseyville 31. cobb at 33. knappa few upper 30s to 40s. a northwest breeze in place for most. look at the sierra. already around lake tahoe, if you are up there an active day. that system is enhancing that up in the high temperature this morning. chilly morning. cold. breezy to wind. mostly sunny. i think a few clouds could pop up to the east later today. 60s mainly on the temps, unless you get that northerly breeze. sal, 8:01. >> your weather forecast sounds great. not too hot. not too cold. all we need is a light jacket. >> good morning, everybody. less take a look at the commute. traffic is moving along
relative well in some areas. not so good in others. bay bridge has improved a bit. we had a backup for a bit. now traffic is backed up for a 20-minute delay. a little bit of congestion on 80. we had an earlier accident 80 at appian way. that has been slow from about hercules down to richmond. i do want to mention the traffic is going to be slow still in san jose. it's filled in on 58, 280, and 101. and also there is a crash on the peninsula on el camino real. it's going to be slow. i want to take a live look at 280 in san jose. go back to the south bay for a minute. that doesn't look too bad. it looks like it's just moderately heavy through downtown. 0:82. back to the -- 8:02 back to the desk. >> an armed robbery at a casino in the east bay. >> the robber may have stolen casino chips. brian flores is live in martinez with what you learned
this morning. brian. >> reporter: yeah. we are working on gathering more details, gasia and dave. we are live at the california grand casino off pacheco boulevard. sheriff's deputies are investigating this early morning robbery at the casino. many of the deputies left 30 minutes ago. but they are hoping that surveillance video will eventually lead to an arrest. now, according to to the contra costa county sheriff's department this was reported at 4:45 this morning. the sheriff's department says there are no reports of any injuries. at this point there is no clear cut description of a suspect. they say it's vague. the sheriff's department says they are again looking at surveillance video to see if they can figure out more information of this suspect. now, a source close to the investigation told me that the robber was inside for really only about a minute. he was wearing something to protect his face and this person appeared to have a weapon. we are also hearing that the robber, as we mentioned, took an undisclosed amount of casino chips and then ran off. again, that was from a source close to the investigation. as we take it back out here
live, the casino is open to the public this morning. security is very tight around the casino. the sheriff's department left 30 minutes ago. and the bigger point is that the robber remains on the loose this morning. the freeway, by the way, is right here right along 680. we don't know at this point. we are working to gather more information. as soon as we know it, we will pass it along on ktvu. back to you. >> brian, let's talk about the chips. do they have any value outside of the casino? i know often the chips are marked so they are unique to the casino where they came from. you can't take them to another place and cash them in? >> reporter: right. we have seen that in las vegas. a lot of the chips at the casinos in vegas, they have some type of tracker on them. so if it happens that the robber tries to take the chips, the casino can track those. it's unclear if that technology is available to the casino here in martinez. but again it's kind of a weird thing for a robber to take chips knowing that he might have to come back in to cash those chips eventually in the
future. we are working to gather more information, guys. as soon as we find out, we will definitely pass it along. new this morning police in the east bay looking for the gunman in a deadly shooting that happened at a massage partliler last night. gun man came that the store and demanded money and that led to the fight between the suspect and co-workers. investigators say the gunman shot one of the employees who tied at the scene. also overnight and brand new this morning san francisco police investigating an overnight homicide. about 2:20 this morning police were called about a person injured at eddie and larkin streets in the tenderloin. when they got there they found someone had died. we don't know if this is a man or woman or how that person was killed. it appears the victim tried to get away before he or she was hurt and full down on the sidewalk right next to parked cars. san jose police are investigating the deaths of two people. the bodies of a man and a woman were found yesterday on lucas court.
the "mercury news" reports concerned family members called police after not hearing from their relatives for some time. police haven't released any details how they were killed and haven't released their names. so far no arrests have been made. there have been five homicides in san jose in just the past few weeks. on april 16, an 18-year-old shot and killed while walking near friends. two days later a 24-year-old father was killed near quinn by road. last week a 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of stabbing his father to death. 8:06. san jose leaders are not going to pursue a plan that would have allowed landlords to evict tenants for criminal activity of the it was to have tenants to sign an agreement to say they could be evicted if they were arrested. supporters say similar measures cut crime by as much as half in
other cities. but most of the people who spoke at four public meetings on the idea were against it. many said crimes committed by family members or guests could have triggered an eviction. well, a hunger strike to protest police shootings in san francisco is now five days old. a small group of people have been camp outs in front of the police station in the mission. they say the hunger strike will continue until police chief greg suhr is fired or mayor ed lee resigns. now, the protest is a response to recent police shootings, including the killing of mario woods. >> mike -- i mean, it's the ultimate sacrifice one can do for a cause they believe in. >> this is serious. we are putting our life on the line. we are born and razed -- raised here. we care about this. >> the police department has taken steps to make changes after the shooting. in february, the department announced there would be better police training. they also increased the number of non elite elite-beanbag --
non elite-beanbag rounds. new this morning the city of cleveland has reached a six million dollars settlement with the family of tamir rice. he is a 12-year-old african- american boy shot by a white police officer in 2014. he was playing with a pellet gun outside a recreation center when he was shot. his family said the city, police and dispatchers acted recklessly. a federal civil rights investigation is being conducted. in baltimore demonstrators took to the stretz yesterday marking one year since the death of freddy gray. he died last year after his spine was broken while being transported in a police van. the incident raised questions about alleged police brutality and excessive force. our time is 8:08. an investigation continues into a fire at a popular spot in los gatos. what's in that restaurant that could make the fire more
devastating for the owners. first though hundreds of american troops heading to syria. the reason president obama says this is necessary. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is still pretty robust, especially here at the bay bridge. although we have seen some improvement. we will break it down for you straight ahead. sunshine won't be the problem today. the breeze might be. that's going to be with us on a monday that looks to be below average on these forecasted temps.
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new this morning president obama is sending up to 250 more american troops to syria. they are push fog are a u.s. - european free trade agreement. the extra troops will join 50 us special forces already in syria. president obama says the troops will not lead the fight on the ground, but they will keep that momentum going against isis. >> make no mistake. these terrorists will learn the same lesson as others before them have, which is your hatred is no match for our nation's united in our defense of our way of life. as we remain relentless on the military front, we are not giving up on diplomacy to end the civil in syria because the suffering of the syrian people has to end.
>> the president wraps up his european trip. he will meet with the leaders of germany, france, italy and england. they are expected to continue talks about the battle against isis, syria, and the continuing migration crisis. the united states is taking its battle against isis online. the "new york times" reports the pentagon is mounting cyber attacks. the u.s. military has created a special new cyber command unit specially targeting isis websites. the goal is to stop isis from spreading its message and recruiting new members. members of juries here in california may soon be hit with fines for using social media and using the internet. legislation supported by state court officials will authorize judges in some counties to fine a jury member up to $1,500 if they research something about their trial offensive line.
this would prevent mistrials and overturned convictions. a bill to restrict access to meditations that treat treat erectile dysfunction. it would require a 24-hour waiting period. a notarized letter from a sexual partner saying it is necessary and a mandatory counseling session to encourage to pursue a life of sell basy. now, the state lawmaker says she does not expect it to pass. she says it has brought into the discussion and has exposed hipocracy. something new this morning. a surprising new study about e- cigarettes. they found the benefits of the e-cigarettes outweighs the harm. the researchers found most. people who use e-cigarettes switched from tobacco, which is
a lot more harmful to your health according to them. the food and drug administration paid for the study. they view e-cigarettes as a gateway to tobacco for young people making them a serious health threat. 8:15. we will check traffic for you. sal castaneda a typical monday, wouldn't you say? >> yes. we have one incident that popped up that is a result of a chase and that would be a crash in san carlos between arroyo and britain. slow traffic in the southbound direction as fire crews and police are on the scene. the freeway nearby doesn't look too bad. 101 as you head south towards palo alto you will see more slow traffic. i want to show you the traffic in the southbound for the silicone valley commute is slow. 101, 85, 280 slow getting to the sunnyvale and cupertino
campuses there. let's move along to live pictures. macarthur maze approach to the bay bridge getting better. it slows for a 20-minute delay at the toll plaza. and in east contra costa county highway 4 to bay point and pittsburg is finally getting better as well over the hill to concord. 8:16 steve. >> thank you, sal. well, it's clear out there but it's started off cold this morning. we had many reports of 30s of the lots of 40s. and it's a good little breeze out there behind that. it's still going to be a rather blustery day and temperatures this morning, they were the coolest we have seen in a while. but it does not look like that's going to change too much over the neglects couple of days. a picture perfect day so far. chamber of commerce day. frederick says, steve, it's a cold monday morning here in the sunset district. frederick, you have a lot of company here this morning. it's cold just about everywhere. 63/48 for san francisco.
64/50 is average. so it was below on the low and below on the high. 89, 1946. right down record low right out of the northwest she goes. a few clouds over the hills. there was some big time thunderstorms in the southern san joaquin valley. it turned to snow in the tehachapis. a lot of reports yesterday around bakersfield. you can see why that lit up in the sierra. snow over the weekend. look at this. already popping up again. another system's kind of rotating in not only here, but down around las vegas as with am. pretty good rain there. this is a dynamic system as to moves into the four corners. no temperatures right now you can see at all. >> [ applause ] >> i don't know. we have had issues. they are sleeping in i guess. here we go. mount diablo, they are 32. walnut creek 39. black hawk and danville 40. oh at concord says 40. there is only one oh showing any breeze as well.
that's novato 22. 28 in truckee. right there, see how things are already developing? it's going to be an active day in the sierra. for us we are on the western side of it. that's the system rotating in and enhancing that shower activity in the sierra. today sunny, mostly sunny, could be clouds later in the afternoon. another system drops in wednesday. we will get a little bit of rain out of this. i think there will be a little bit more than what this is showing. not a lot. .05 to .10-inch. we will get some on wednesday. after this it looks like a north wind kicks in for a warmer weekend. chilly morning. cold for some. breezy to windy. poz for the lows. 60s for many. i went with a few low 70s untiles in that north wind maintains. then it might be warmer. for most a below normal day on temps. cold tomorrow morning and then sunny. we get rain on wednesday. looks windy on thursday. sunny, warmer as we go into the weekend. >> another perfect weekend in store. >> could be hot if it comes
together. it will be sunny. >> thank you. time is 8:19. a survey of the bay area shows some of the biggest tech companies are at a high risk of being flooded out. what global warming would eventually do the bay area, they say facebook's massive new complex is especially vulnerable because it's on the menlo park shoreline. the survey included flooding risks at other tech giant headquarters such as google and cisco. well, you got to see this at 8:19. the london marathon was held yesterday. there were 28,000 runners from all over the world and even one who was out of this world. here he is. britt i can astronaut tim peake, he was on the international space station. started the 26.2-mile race running on that treadmill. they actually had to tether him to it because there is no gravity in outer space. he is the second person to run a marathon in outer space. he finished the race in a
record 3 hours 35 minutes 21 seconds making him the fastest extraterrestrial marathon runner ever. >> nice. 8:20. at this hour hundreds of muslims are heading to the state capitol. ahead the reason they are meeting and what they hope to mr.ish. next in money business, why airbnb could be hit with a tough penalty from the city of san francisco. the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!!
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welcome back. new home sales are affecting the stock market. >> and a $20,000 smartphone? let's go to pam cook with more. 20,000? >> i know. sounds crazy. first we want to talk about the markets and the opening bell rang just about two hours ago. numbers across the board are down. you can see a live look at the dow jones. it's off just a little bit more than a half of a percent. down 107. the nasdaq and s&p are down close to a half of a percent as well. one of the things affecting the numbers today for the third month in a row, sales dropped for new homes. now, the biggest drop for march is here in the west. sales are down 23% compared to last year. the average price for homes across the country is $288,000. that's 2% lower than last year. nationally, the number of new homes available is growing. what analysts are saying,
supply perhaps has exceeded demand. today san francisco supervisor david compose will announce new legislation to crack down on illegal listings on short-term rental sites such as airbnb. according to a report, out of 7,000 listing, 1,000 airbnb hosts have registered to the city. the proposal would require that airbnb and similar companies do only advertise rental listings that are registered with the city. also this morning, the government has officially closed its investigation of honda linked to airbag deaths. the national highway traffic safety administration was looking into why the automakers failed to report deaths and injuries caused by takata airbags. honda paid a $70 million fine, which was the largest fine imposed on a car maker. honda has taken steps to make sure similar reporting failures don't happen again.
now, the company executives also admitted that it took three years to take action after it found out about the faulty airbags. the teamsters union looking to form an association with uber drivers. some uber drivers had already reached out to the teamsters for help in resolving issues with and receiving more benefits from the ridesharing company, but state law does not allow unions to negotiate for people who are not members. uber a not commenting on the teamsters' involvement. the drivers are acting after last week's $100 million settlement with uber. still questions whether uber drivers are contractors or employees of the company. the settlement cleared up some confusion about tips for uber drivers. the drivers will now be able to put signs in their cars saying, quote, tips are not included in the fare. before there had been some confusion about whether or not tips are included, and passengers will have to tip in cash though because there is still no way do it on the app.
and nasa is trying to repeat successes from its own history. since is the 1940s they have created x planes to test theories and solve problems related to flight. now nasa is preparing for a new series of x planes that focus on green technology. some focus on how airliners can burn half the fuel. nasa says the new x project should last at least ten years. and a british start-up is looking to sell an ultra high tech phone that claims to be years of ahead of current technology. they say the device will sell for about $20,000. the company is targeting executives who want to be ahead of what's available on the mass market. it claims to have unprecedented levels of security, making it more difficult to be hacked.
but $20,000 to keep your phone safe. even if it cleaned my house, did my laundry, gardening. >> if it tell ported me to work and back and i didn't need my car, i am paying 20 grand for a phone. >> you know what i could do with that money? >> that's a lot of money. >> thank you, pam. 8:27 it's been months since a deadly balcony collapse in berkeley. plus, a fire in los gatos could have destroyed a piece of bay area sports history. we have the details next. . good morning. we are looking at slow traffic and a new problem on the peninsula that is causing some slowing. also, some improvement in key areas. well, it's sunny, but it's also breezy to windy and cold for some. pretty cold this morning. we will talk about what looks to be a topsy-turvy week.
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good morning. welcome back "mornings on 2". developing traffic on the peninsula. sal, what's happening? >> yeah, it's a crash on el camino real, dave, between arroyo and britain. i have it on the maps here. west of highway 101 and 101. el camino is closed in both directions. it was a chase and there ended up being a crash with injuries. the fire department is on the scene. el camino went from light to very congested in san carlos and redwood city. i want to move the maps to other parts of the east bay. we have slow traffic on 880 from hay to freemont. 580 slow through castro valley.
macarthur maze. no major problems around the corner. this is highway 4 up to the willow pass grade. you see some slow traffic as well. at 8:30 let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. we have clear skies. it's cold and windy for some. some clouds could pop up later. there is a system up in the sierra. cassie jean is in el granada. windy and cold. the sun is up. that is true. the breezy is there. it's not going to be very warm unless you benefit from the north wind. the days are longer. the nights are colder. already developing up in the sierra. things are popping up quick here, and some of this may drift over to the sacramento valley. had a few 30s this morning. now in the 40s and 50s. northwest 16. northwest 12. it will be a northerly breezy. look at this. i mean, things are really developing rapidly up in the
sierras. that's snow mixed in with that. that's the system right there. that will keep the breeze going for us. a chilly morning. breezy to windy at times. a few clouds later on. it is a northerly breeze. 60s to maybe a few low, low 70s. back to gasia and dave now. >> thank you. time is 8:32. a well known south bay sports bar went up in flames overnight. investigators are looking for the cause. >> ktvu's janine de la vega talked with investigators and employees this morning about that fire. >> reporter: the fire happened here at double d's sports ban on santa cruz avenue. while it looks okay on the outside, it's a mess inside. investigators say that the dining and kitchen areas did not catch fire. it didn't start in either of those places of the look at the damage inside. people who were passing the bar at midnight spotted flames and smoke coming from the roof and called 911. firefighters arrived and started attacking the flames. it was a difficult fire to flight because the building had
been remodeled and firefighters had to go through three layers of roof in the attic. they were able to save sports memorabilia, like a 49ers jersey autographed by joe montana. >> a lot of jerseys that were signed and pictures that were signed, too. i am sure those took years to build and are irreplaceable. so it's nice that they were to save some of that. >> reporter: the owners showed up and were grateful to the fires for saving some that have memorabilia. there is a lot of clean-up that needs to be done and the roof and ceiling needs to be rebuilt. it's going to be a while before double d's can open again. it's bound to be a disappointment for loyal customers. time is 8:33. the man accused of killing sierra lamar is due in court today. on friday antolin garcia-torres told a judge he wants to stand trial within 60 days. today the judge could decide when the trial will start. garcia-torres' attorneys told the judge they aren't ready for
trial, but sierra's father is hopeful the case will move forward. >> we need answers. worse than any other court delays and anything is just the not knowing. not knowing what happened is one of the worst things to deal with. >> it's been more than four years now since 15-year-old sierra lamar disappeared in morgan hill. her body has never been found, but prosecutors say her dna was found in garcia-torres' car. her family does plan to be in court today. our time is 8:34. today a crisis support team will be at a martinez high school helping students deal with the death of a classmate. a facebook post by the principal says freshman andre poria died over the weekend. the non-profit organization her smile, they set up a crowd funding site for his family. the organization was started in
memory of jenna betty. she was the 13-year-old girl from martinez hit and killed by a freight train trying to retrieve her cell phone that she dropped on the train tracks two years ago. well, firefighters in benicia are investigating a fire that tore through the historic washington house over the weekend. firefighters helmet cam takes us inside the historic building for an up-close look at the firefight. it broke out about 1:00 yesterday afternoon. at first firefighters couldn't find it. but listen to what happened when they did find the hidden flames. >> fire! fire! >> firefighters say the flames were in an area between the first and second floors and up in the attic. several different agencies responded, including crews from benicia and vallejo, the falaro refinery, crockett, fairfield and contra costa county. no one was had hurt. state lawmakers will look into what steps california has
taken to monitor companies with a history of settling complaints about construction defects. the decision came up after six people died and seven others were seriously hurt in a balcony collapse at a berkeley apartment building. investigators said there were mistakes that construction shot cuts that led to the deadly perhaps and there had been signs of problems as much as a year before the collapse. starting at noon today state senators will hold a hearing to see how state and local agencies are following up. students at a northern wisconsin high school are returning to class after a shooting at their prom over the weekend. police say a former student opened fire outside the dance saturday night. two students were shot. they have non-life-threatening injuries. officers who were patrolling the grounds heard the gunshots and fired at the shooter. we later died of his injuries. the shooter is identified as 18- year-old jacob wagner. a former classmate says he was bullied in school. 8:36. new information from ohio about the killings of eight family members. the state attorney general says
the killings were sophisticated and preplanned executions. seven adults and one teenage boy were found shot to death on friday in four different homes. investigators say several marijuana-growing operations were found at the crime scenes, but they didn't say if the deaths were drug related. investigators think there are more than one killer out there and they are still on loose. >> this was not something that just happened. this was something that was planned, a family was targeted. most of them targeted while they were sleeping. >> the surviving family members are staying at a church fearing for their safety. there is now a $25,000 reward for information leading to the killers. there are new concerns about police wearing body cameras. the east bay times reports many law enforcement agencies are reconsidering their rules for when the cameras are used. the subject came up after reports alameda county deputies beat a suspected car thieves and not one of the 11 deputies
at the scene turned on their cameras. the only video of the beating came from an overhead private security camera. the east bay times says 31 area bay area police agencies have approved body cameras and all but two have policies calling for the body cameras to be on and recording as much as possible. the news organization says overall there are no penalties for not using those cameras. let's turn now to the race for the white house. an unprecedented alliance between two presidential hopefuls as they hope to block donald trump's efforts to win enough delegates to clench the nomination. ted cruz will step back in oregon and new mexico where ohio governor john kasich has strength, while kasich will do the same in indiana. both campaigns can't win enough delegates, but they realize they have to team up in hopes of preventing donald trump from clenching the nomination before the summer's convention. kasich has been planning on can tested convention all along. >> we are going to an open convention. i have been saying it for two
months. >> trump says his rivals teaming up is more evidence to back up his claim that the republican nominating process is rigged. meantime, all three republican candidates will be here in the bay area rater this week. donald trump, ted cruz, and john kasich all scheduled to be at the republican party convention in burlingame. trump and kasich speak on friday. cruz is scheduled to be the lunchtime speaker on saturday. time is 8:39. bay area basketball fans should be happy. the warriors won game four of their first round playoff series with the rockets. >> and they are happy. >> yeah. >> but they are also worried after the mvp steph curry injured his knee. ktvu's alex savidge back in the studio to talk to us about when we might get some answers about that injury. >> yeah. we are hoping to get answers later on today. steph curry is going to undergo an mri in the bay area on what is called a sprained right knee. that's how the team is terming this. the results of that test hopefully will give us all an idea how serious this injury is. now, curry himself called it essentially a freak injury.
of course, there was a collective gasp from w nation during this play during yesterday's game. curry slipped on a wet spot on the floor. this was game four in houston. it happened right before halftime. you can see that curry went down awkwardly and he kind of hurt that knee. twisted the knee a little bit. he limped off to the locker room after that. he came out to try to play for the second half, but the coaches told him he would not be playing. the good news is the warriors didn't need steph curry the rest of the way. they out scored the rockets 41- 20 in the third quarter. they finished the game with a nba record 21 three-pointers. and the warriors went on to employee out the -- blow out the houston rockets 121-94. with curry down, the other players say they had something to prove. >> your best player goes down, and it's like, all your senses get heightened. we have to be more in tuned. more aware of the game. we can't just rely on him to bail us out in a close became and we got a lot of work to do.
so felt like collectively we came together and said, you know, let's try to play a role good half together without our best player. >> you see curry with his head in his hands there. he just returned to the court yesterday after being sidelined for two games because of an injured aping am that he suffered in -- because of an injured ankle. we have an injury to the right knee and concerns for the team. curry did not talk to the media after yesterday's game. left the arena somewhat unusual. we did however hear from coach kerr after the game and he really made it sound like this team is preparing to move forward here in the playoffs without their star. of course, warriors fans, including myself, you know we're concerned about their chances of winning back-to-back championships without steph curry the rest of the way. a lot of tough teams in the western conference. >> they have a strong backup and strong team cohesively.
>> they do. >> it looks like an uphill battle without steph curry. we will await the results of the tests that happen today. >> as soon as we hear about that mri, we will pop it up on ktvu as well as ktvu's facebook and twitter accounts. we have updates for you through the day. an interesting story about art and zoo animals. take a look at your screen. we just popped it up on instagram this morning in an effort to raise some money the san francisco zoo is auctioning off art created by the animals. >> say what? >> yep. on the left that's one piece created by the red panda you see on the right. >> this is called animal artists in residence. the auction happens this saturday at zoo fest in san francisco. make sure you check out the full story going to our instagram page @ktvu2. 8:42. anyone can use the bathroom with the gender they identify with at target stores.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". it's 8:46. a metro station in brussels, belgium, has re-opened just about a month after the deadly terror attacks there. 16 people were killed in the suicide bombing. dozens more were hurt. right now the station is under very tight security. a remembrance wall is set up. messages can honor the bombing victims. the entrances and exits are limited at the metro station and the repair work continues. >> there wasn't any structural damage. so there were a few works that had to be done. not everything is really, really finished, but it's actually covered. so passengers don't really --
they are not confronted with the damage there was. >> now, isis has claimed responsibility. the brussels airport was also bombed, but it is still not back to normal. we may soon find out more about secret documents that may show a possible saudi connection to the september 11th attacks. the white house expected to release some of the classified pages from a congressional investigation. a co-chair on the panel says the documents raise suspicions that members of the saudi government helped the 9/11 terrorists. while neither the panel nor the 9/11 commission found evidence of that, critics say it doesn't rule out that lower-level officials or other members of the saudi royal family may have been involved. >> the most important unanswer questioned of 9/11 is did these 19 people conduct these very sophisticated plots alone, or were they supported? i think all of the evidence points to saudi arabia. >> pressure is really growing
from former officials, the families of 9/11 victims, and even members of congress in both parties to release the secret documents. the white house may make a decision in the next several weeks. later today hundreds of people will be in sacramento celebrating the fifth annual muslim day at the capitol. it's organized by the council on american-islamic relations, and more than 600 muslims are expected to be there. they will meet with state lawmakers, talk about civil rights issues and social change. one bill being considered at today's event is the safe place to learn act aimed at making sure school employees have the resources students need if they are dealing with bullying and discrimination. time is 8:48. sal is back watching our commute one more time. sal. >> yes, sir, dave. and we do have some improvingness can out there. i do want to share that traffic is still going to be slow in the east bay and in some of these other commutes. so i have been looking at 80
and 680. we have also been looking at the commute here on el camino rielle. it's slow because of a crash caused -- at least that's what police say, it was related to a police chase in this area. a good area to avoid. also looking at the commute here on 80, you can see it's still heavy on eastshore freeway getting out to the macarthur maze. and on 880 it's slowing down out of san leandro on the way to high. let's go to steve. >> well, it's sunny. that's for sure. there might be some clouds later on off to the east and northeast. but it's also breezy to windy and it's a cold one out there. temperatures dipped into the 30s for a few this morning. especially up in lake county, woodside was 39, walnut creek dipped to 39. i think a few in the santa cruz mountains. look at this. there is another piece of energy that's enhancing things up in the sierra. northwest nevada, northeast california, maybe even into the
mother load here. down into the 30s. that northwest breeze is not going anywhere in. last few frames south lake tahoe, truckee had some really good snow over the weekend. plenty more in the mix for today. some colder air over the relatively warmer ocean temps wills produce some clouds there. i think we will get a few little build-ups. you see that system diving right that the sierra. that's a bull's-eye. that will continue snow shower activity up there. it's going to keep it on the cold side. a chilly cold morning for us. breezy, windy. sunny today. temperatures series to 70s. that north wind kicks in, santa rosa may be one of the warmest locations at 74. most locations will be in the mid-to-upper 60s. tomorrow morning we will be darn cold as we say. three dog night, dave. >> three dog night. >> or three cat. whatever you want. rain makes it on wednesday. windy or thursday. all signs point towards a warm-
up on the weekend. >> thanks. >> any time. time is 8:50. this could be a big week for the raiders and a possible move to las vegas. on thursday, raiders owner mark davis will meet with a tourism committee from southern nevada. he is expected to promote a plan to possibly move the raiders from oakland to vagueis and become the las vegas raiders. this is far from being a done deal. the raiders will need nfl approval and at least 23 other teams signing off on a decision to let the team move to vegas. time is 8:51. "mornings on 2" continues in just two minutes.
companies have replaced clear containers that could look like candy with opaque ones and they have made the packages harder to open. but a new study shows 22,000 young children were hurt as recently as 2014. that's up 17% from when laundry packets were introduced. the biggest problem? when the kids bite down on the detergent pods and they burst, toxic chemicals that are pushed into the child's throat. >> these those concentrated chemicals can cause serious burns if gets in the lung. it can cause severe damage. when it's absorbed it can cause affects on the brain. >> the doctors recommend parents of young kids avoid using the laundry detergent pods. if parents insist on using the packets. they should store them in a locked cupboard where a child can't get to them. we just checked and now more than a half million people promise they are going to boycott target stores over its new transgender bathroom
policy. last week target said it would allow transgender workers and customers to use the bathroom or fitting room that corresponds with how they identify themselves. the american family association objected. they launched a website where people can sign a pledge to boycott target. we checked. that number now tops 505,000 signatures just since last wednesday. it's 8:55. the wait is over if you are a fan of beyonce. she dropped her new album. >> the past and the present merge to meet us here. why can't you see me? >> the album is called lemonade. it includes 12 tracks with lyrics about relationships, infidelity, empowerment, and love. it was uploaded the weekend on
tidele. it's also available to buy on itunes and amazon mp3s. well, a special tribute in minnesota that honored prince. very unique. the tower bells of minneapolis city hall played prince songs yesterday afternoon honoring prince. last week he died unexpectedly at his home in minnesota at the age of 57. the bells tolled to his greatest hits for half hour. his death, the cause of it still not known. we're waiting for the autopsy results to come back. meantime, sales of prince's songs, yeah, they're just skyrocketing. neilsen music reports more than 2.3 million songs were sold since prince died. a million were sold on the very day he died. the most popular song sold "purple rain," "when doves cry," "little red corvette" and
"let's go crazy." the popular album, the very best of prince. and a popular singer whose number one hit back in the '70s can still -- >> ♪ me and mrs., mrs. jones, mrs. jones, mrs. jones, mrs. jones. ♪. >> could not have said it before. the music of billy paul. he died yesterday at his home in new jersey. he recently was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. his song back in 1972 me and mrs. jones earned him a grammy award. billy paul was 80 years old. 26 years ago today the hubble space telescope was placed in orbit. speaking of april 25, in 1965 the celtics beat the lakers. sal barely made it on time. >> [ laughter ] >> we will talk warriors.
a new twist to election 2016. two republican candidates are teaming up against frontrunner donald trump. is it too little, too late should the warriors rack up a win as steph curry goes to the floor with an injured knee. we are recapping the game as the team's mvp prepares for an mri. the anti-bullying short film was put together by a freshman at folsom high and last night it won first place at a film awards show. we are talking to her live about her dreams of becoming a director. ♪ san francisco open your golden gates ♪ >> i had the most san