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good morning, all lanes are back open following a crash near a deadly slide. deadly slide. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning i'm dave clark. you're still dealing with the allergy stuff >> i am. i thought if it cooled down, i would feel better, but i don't. >> it's worse this year, i've heard from a lot of people. the last four years of drought and this year the normal rain. mostly sunny, some areas of fog. there's a little down towards santa clara valley. temperatures will be on the cool side. there were a few upper 30s and
we'll warm up pretty quick. the low clouds banking on the coast along with a few high clouds thrown in. there's a big system coming out of the rockies, the severe weather ahead of this is going to be incredible today throughout the plain, all the way over to iowa and oklahoma and reports of a lot of hail coming in, large size too. mostly sunny, our system won't be on here until tonight. a couple upper 30s low 40s to a few 50s. one side says 39 and belmont and pacifica 44. some patchy low clouds for the coast. we'll see clouds rolling in tonight leading to clouds tomorrow and light rain. mostly sunny, 30s for lows, clouds moving in later. highs today in the 60s and 70s. sal, east bay? >> we're going to start with some of these commutes we have
here in the east bay, you're right. the bay bridge toll plaza looking at the delay time on the computer. it's reaching about 25 minutes. i want to let you know it's about a normal commute and there are no major problems san may san mateo bridge, 84 is going to be slower than normal. highway 1 in san mateo county just re-opened after a deadly crash. let's go to alex near where the accident happened. >> reporter: good morning. the chp now says it was a deadly single-car crash. the driver of the car was thrown from the car and killed he was the only person in the car and the investigation into the accident took about 3 hours
or so and shook down highway 1 in this area in both directions now, highway 1 is back open we're just south of the tunnel near devils slide. it happened this morning when chp got reports of a person down in the roadway. the man was pronounced dead at the scene by sheriff deputies. the chp says that the man was thrown from the car during the crash his was the only car involved in the accident. it was a single car crash. some drivers, they were forced to find alternate routes one man said he was going to wait for the road to re-open. >> it's never a good thing when we see the police out here.
first thought was how do i get to work and second thought is so bad this happened. >> reporter: historically, this is a deadly stretch of roadway. sometimes people take the turns too fast and he had seen his share of accidents living in this area. the chp has not released information about the driver killed in the early-morning crash. highway 1 was shut down for about 3 hours for the investigation into this accident. but the chp just re-opened the road. commuters who travel this stretch of highway will move from the half moon bay area and the pacifica area freely. >> that's the only route you have to get that way. thank you. two supervisors want extra steps to keep tenants safe.
a building where crews were battling the fire last night. >> it happened in a building that has had a history of problems. this one here, it used to be an apartment building here on 22nd and mission. it's been vacant since january of last year, there was a fatal fire that happened here. last month, another fire broke out in the same building and just last night, firefighters had to come back to put out the third fire in the past year and a half. firefighters were able to get it controlled quickly, it was a one-alarm fire and no one was hurt. they're proposing new rules for business owners after a series of residential fires in the district. landlords have to install fire alarms loud enough to wake people up if they're sleeping they have to file paper work
and the city creates a data base where people can look up their apartment building to see if the landlords have complied with the rules they are set to announce the safety proposals today. they will announce them in front of the building here behind us, this apartment building. and the plans for the work made before the fire that happened last night, the fact that there was another fire last night kind of understates the point of some of the need for these fire safety rules. thank you. a group of people protesting police shootings in san francisco said they were threatened with citations or arrest for sleeping outside of a police station. they will be camping out in the mission district since last thursday. police asked the protesters not to block the entrance to the station yesterday the protest will continue until
they say the police chief is fired or resigned. >> time is 7:07. some new recommendations from the national institute of corrections on how to improve things in santa clara county. it includes more training for jail guards by using force. also using information from surveys and more time out of cells by inmates. three days of observation at the main jail and interviews with employees and administrators. an mri said he suffered a strained leg. he will be reevaluated in two weeks we talked to the oakland team
doctor and he said it really is the best news >> once they are sure he can jump and run, either totally pain-free or almost pain-free and doesn't show any signs of instability, he's ready to go. >> the warriors lead two games to one. curry hasn't talked to reporters he did tweet this. thanks for all of the prayers and messages. god is great. all things considered, i'll be all right. they will play the portland trail blazers and the clippers have an injured superstar. they lost to portland. they say he will need surgery and out for the season. he aggravated a left quad injury
in the game. despite talk, the raiders may try to move to another city. they are now on track to sell all of their season tickets in oakland for the first time in the team's history and possible fans may have to be put on a waiting list. apparently, it's blocking excitement in the fan base which has grown 67% last year. it comes as the same time that mark davis is getting ready for another trip to vegas on thursday. david will pledge to move the team to vegas if a stadium is built near the las vegas strip. the current plan calls for $1.3 billion for a dome stadium. the raiders need approval to move to las vegas and 23 other team owners have to support the move. time is 7:09. a shooting at a popular park in
south san francisco. the search is underway for a person of interest in this case. first, surveillance video of a traffic fell on top of a teenager while he was changing a tire. why he said he owes his life to a ups driver who happened to be at the right place at the right time. >> looking at a morning commute. there is as a delay getting into san francisco. mostly sunny tuesday, cool this morning for some. we're on tap for the rain tomorrow. we'll talk about that coming up.
that would require new developments with 25 units to have 25% of the homes priced below market rate. also today, supervisors will formally introduce their proposal for another short-term rental site. it would impose a fine for those not registered with the city. a civil rights attorney plans to use a religious loophole to establish a temporary tent city for the homeless. they want to sanction them in seattle and create one in sacramento. tent cities, they're not allowed in the state's capital, but he's hoping that this mission of the council to serve the homeless will keep his plan alive. >> we learned something in seattle. there's federal litigation that
protects faith-based organizations in the execution of their mission. >> we have a coalition to provide the necessarities to make it a safe environment with no government funding. >> a tent city would be a bad idea for local businesses and neighbors don't want tents in their backyards. he says he will sue the city if that permit is denied. a ups driver was at the right place at the right time and did the right thing after seeing a teenager pinned underneath a truck. this is the teen saved and here is the video showing the truck falling right on the 17-year-old, cameron king. king was trying to change a tire on the truck when the jack slipped out of place. the pickup truck collapsed on his head and shoulder you can see people running to help and he was trapped underneath. >> that's when the ups guy drove down the street because he heard
my screams. >> the truck was on top of his head i was pretty surprised. i saw tire marks on his face and swelling tough kid. >> you can see the swelling on the side the ups driver and neighbors freed him from underneath the truck. if his head had been one inch to the left or right, he would have likely died. he had just a bruised cheek and feeling like the luckiest man alive. >> imagine there was no one else around. way to go. sal is watching our commute. >> traffic is moving along slowly. let's take a look at the traffic continuing to move along slowly at the 20-25-minute delay on to the span. all looking at the freeways near by in the east bay, they're beginning to get crowded. this is a live look at
interstate 880. not bad. we don't have the crowd heading up north to downtown oakland. the bridge, we had an accident on the way out to the bridge near the toll plaza that has been cleared up. the traffic is going to be slow i want to mention the southbound 680. one of the lanes is closed for some construction debris that spilled. so suddenly, traffic has been very slow. it's been there for a while, now the traffic is slow. if you use the bridge, it heads south into concord, give yourself an extra 15-20 minutes steve asking someone for 15-20 minutes in the morning can be an impossible task, but that's what i'm asking. >> don't we know it. if we're not out the door in about 30 seconds, that's true. patchy low clouds, mostly sunny today, a little bit of
fog still 30s showing up this morning on the lows. quiet here, a weak system drops in, today, the in between day so mostly sunny. tomorrow, cloudy. the weekend looks warm to high. does not look like it's going to last. it will be saturday and sunday, maybe monday and then the 10-15-day outlook keeps temperatures down and precipitation until may 10th. where should you be? 64/50. how about that? 44, the record low. a mix of high clouds and the crazy winds tailed off considerably. we get low clouds and partly cloudy and the big news is the low that visited us and is now churning in the rockies and heading into the plains it's going to be a whopper of a severe maker up into rapid city
south dakota and heading into north dakota and back into nebraska. but look what is happening around kansas city and st. joseph receive, missouri. big delays already at the kansas city airport. they've had golf ball-size hail. for us, mostly sunny, 30s, 40s and 50s. couple of upper 30s in the mountains morgan hills, some fog down towards santa clara. high clouds in the mix, in between, the big system which is in the rockies and wyoming and that system that won't do much. protections might be rain down to san jose. a possibility of afternoon thunderstorms. after tomorrow, it's a one and
done. a chilly morning. mostly sunny, some clouds moving later. patchy fog, 60s and 70s on temperatures. these are as you saw. not as a bad tuesday. temperatures taking a dip tomorrow and they start to warm up on thursday, a little bit and a lot into the weekend, especially on sunday. could be high. briefly will hit 90 for a knew. >> already got picnic in the park plans >> sunscreen time. cal state could fall the lead of uc. the move that would ban smoking on all 123 cal state campuses and why it's not just cigarettes under fire. the priors today, while the cruz-kasich alliance against trump already seems to be falling a part.
and exploded and caused millions to be exposed to deadly levels of radiation. thousands more died from cancers from the radiation. the cleanup is still underway. the fuel rods remain inside the nuclear plant. voters are getting ready for today's primaries. it doesn't look like the new cruz-kasich alliance will have an effect on voters yet. >> i never told them not to vote for me. they should vote for me. >> it's called conclusion. a guy who couldn't fight by himself. he said he was doing so well >> hours after they announced they would split upcoming states in hopes of keeping trump from winning, kasich refused to tell us to vote for cruz. the front runner is looking towards the primaries and focusing on trump. >> don't just fly that big jet in and land it and go make a
big speech and insult everyone you can think of. >> it could be his last stand, if there's a chance he'll pull out a win, it's become almost impossible for him to beat clinton. the judge upheld a republican back law that requires those voting in person to show voter id and eliminate registration. the u.s. justice department and the naacp sued saying that the law discriminates and violates the voting rights act. there's no evidence that it gives voters less opportunity. the time is 7:24. parts of the midwest bracing for dangerous wins and hail the size of baseballs. look at what it was like during a hailstorm. today, there could be severe weather from southern oklahoma
to southern nebraska. one canceled classes for the day. stormy weather brought hail and dangerous wins to parts of southern california. this is long beach. that used to be a kfc sign. the winds so strong it knocked the sign down. the restaurant stayed open. the sign brought in a lot of passer byes people want to see this. wind damaged businesses, flipped semitrucks no injuries have been reported. a northern california congressman is working on tax breaks for the u.s. wine industry. he wants to slightly increase the alcohol level and benefit those who use certain grapes with higher sugar levels and cut the tax on sparkling wines. when the laws were written, sparkling wine came from
france. now the wines here go for $10 a bottle. more questions surrounding last week's accident involving a bart car. the reason they're putting the leadership into question. >> live in south san francisco where police are on the hunt for a person of interest in a double shooting that killed one person at a park. more on the person police are looking for. good morning on the east shore freeway we're looking at a decent commute. it's getting slower. we have a trouble spot. mostly sunny, a little built of patchy low clouds, a few high clouds, we're waiting on a system for tuesday. talking about your tuesday temperatures coming up.
we're going to outline the daring operation. as photographer gives us a better look at how high the building is. you can tell it's going to be a tricky situation. >> they're experts, they can repel down and get to them. they do a good job. >> thank you for joining us. tuesday, april 26th. >> good morning. let's check your weather now. looks like a good morning outside. >> we just look at falcon crest there. thank you. the weather is not bad. mostly sunny here. some high clouds mixed with low clouds and around 1300 feet. no big deal, but they will be on the move here. a little haze and patchy fog for some. overall, temperatures about where they should be this time of the year which is 64-72. you can see the clouds filtering in, higher clouds starting to work their way towards the big low coming out of the northern rockies
i put wyoming. for us, transition day between two systems, 40s to 50s. had a couple upper 30s and most of those have disappeared. a bit close, 36 kelsieville. overall, mostly sunny, partly cloudy later on. the system coming in tomorrow is weak but a little built of rain. chilly morning, but mostly sunny today. clouds moving in later. some patchy fog, 60s to near 70 degrees. 7:31. sal, east bay? >> we're starting with the east bay and starting with highway 4. going to see some slow traffic. it's backed up and has been a thick commute getting out to the willow pass, it does get better. speaking of the same area, i have drawn a line over the bridge there was a material spill. one of the lanes closed on 680
coming up to highway 4. some slow traffic passing highway 4. give yourself plenty of time as you drive through that area. we're looking at 80 westbound which is slow, all the way down into berkeley. it does have a lot of slow traffic. when you get to the bay bridge, it's about a 30-minute delay making it onto that span. let's go back to the desk. a man considered by police is armed and dangerous and still on the loose he's a person of interest in the shooting that left one person dead and another one injured in south san francisco. ktvu, we're live at memorial park in south city. it's quiet now, but during the afternoon, when the shooting happened, there were plenty of people around. a group of men started to argue
about 2 or 3 blocks from here. police need your help in finding a shooter that killed one person. this man is considered armed and dangerous. he was wearing a blue windbreaker with a yellow stripe going down one of the sleeves and running westbound and anyone who knows where he is call 9-1-1. it took place at first lane. it's not far from here. the argument escalated as it reached orange park. one man pulled out a gun and opened fire hitting two people. they took the victims to general and one remains in stable condition. near by schools, boys and girls club, all went on lockdown. >> obviously, it's an open park and an open community center.
there were people present. it was before the local schools let out. there was not as much traffic in the area as there could have been. >> again, still carrying the gun we're told that it's not far known for gang activities, they believe there's only one gunman involved. it happened where there's less traffic than it would normally be. psychological was in session at the time. police say if you know any information or know their whereabouts, call police. >> thank you. time now, 7:34, a very exciting day for bird lovers. they are in san jose, what is happening to the two baby falcons at city hall? >> you're looking now at a live
picture of glenn stewart from the research group. he just repelled down the side of city hall. it's a 22-story building and he's up there in the black to the right, that is the mother falcon and she's making a cacking sound. that's an alert sound, she's not happy glenn is up there. he's up there for a very important reason. he is checking in on the two baby falcons that are up there in a nest. and he is going to be banding them. i know that we have some video from past years of him doing the banding because there is a webcam up there. and to just get a little more information about why it's so important to band, i'm joined
by john lewis. what a is he doing? >> he's banding each bird and determining their sex and goes into his whole study of the falcons in the bay area that he's been doing for the last 20 years or so. it's adding to the data base we spot these birds for him and gets an idea of the population if it's gaining or losing >> reporter: we don't know if they're bisque boys or girls? >> not yet. he has a gauge to determine the size because the legs are fully mature right now. sounds funny, but their bodies aren't. their legs don't grow any bigger which is why he can put the bands on. >> i'm joined by one of the expert birders out here, and you're watching this here with your binoculars, why is it good to have the falcons here?
why is it beneficial >> they're very desirable to have an urban landscape they keep the population of pigeons at a minimum it keeps down the spread of disease. some cities are trying to attract the falcons into their landscape. >> we're learning about the falcons and you can see the live picture above city hall, making her cacking sound. we have not seen him go back up to the top of city hall. but he is there banding those birds, trying to figure out the sex. there were two that hatched in early april. a third was born but it didn't make it and that sometimes does happen. so far, clara has birthed 33
falcons in her time here since 2008. pretty amazing that we have her. her mate is not around right now. but very, very interesting to watch here. i do want to show you quickly, if you could come back out so everyone can see how many people are up here. can we show all of the different people on top of the fourth street garage with binoculars and the telescopes documenting this and it sure is interesting to see this all happen especially since there are webcams up there where you can get as a closer look and hopefully we can bring it to you later once it's on the city's web site. >> i know you're watching how close that falcon is getting to the gentleman doing the banding and swooping down. how does it feel out there?
are you nervous? >> no. but they can travel pretty fast. i'm told when they dive, they can travel like 250 up to 300 miles per hour they're very fast. one of the anchors was asking if glenn should be nervous, should he? >> no. he's extremely experienced in this. he's been doing this for decades. clara has in previous years hit him on the helmet once or twice. he's prepared and he knows what he's doing and you would think clara would know it's going to happen. it's the same guy every year, but her priority is the safety of her babies, that's what she's doing. >> reporter: hopefully that clarified the answer. i would be nervous up there,
but he's very experienced. >> right outside of san jose as the birds are being banded today. the train did not stop during the test and crashed into a mountain of sand. bart says it's investigating if the crash was caused by human error or mechanical failure. but they say bart needs to be more transparent with the public. >> having preliminary discussions of what it could be. but nothing to be made public just yet. >> do they have the leadership and have their about together for us to invest in this system as we know we need to? >> bart says that the new two million dollar train car was not damaged in the crash. what could be an ugly mess
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there's a rose placed at the home in the evergreen neighborhood they were found shot to death in lieu cast court. they were active in the islamic community. >> the loss is enormous that we are finding it difficult to come to grips with the truth. >> he always asked about my family. now i cannot answer him back or ask him about his family. >> they haven't told us about the motive or the information and the circumstances surrounding their death is still not known. the man accused of kidnapping must wait another month before the trial begins he went to court yesterday asking that his trial start this week. his wish was overruled by
defense attorneys and asked that the dna test would be tested. they want it moved out of santa clara county. some of the people who helped search for sierra is discouraged with the delay. >> we're with the lamar family, it bothers us their pain continues, we're looking forward to justice being served. >> garcia is charged with kidnapping and killing her after leaving her home they believe she got into the car and he killed her a short time later. time is 7:45. california lawmakers taking steps to keep college campuses smoke-free. pam cook back in the studio with the votes and the bands they're thinking about. >> soon all california state
schools could ban all tobacco products. it would ban smoking at the campuses the bill includes smoking, chewing, dipping and vaping natural or synthetic tobacco on all campuses. right now, only 6 of the 23 csu campuses have outright banned. that bill goes to the the state senate. now college representatives and state lawmakers in favor of the move say yes, tobacco use is a danger and dangers of second-hand smoke is well
documented they have included everything because a lot of younger people in particular are taking up these e cigarettes and the vaping, it's not smoke, but they're finding out more and more. it's an outright ban that could happen. it turns out that bedbugs are attracted to certain colors their favorite is red and black. they built paper tents of all colors and dropped in groups of bed dugs and studied which tents they're most attracted to. most headed to red and black to find hiding shots. don't only does it apply to your bed, researchers say it applies to rugs and luggage and any place those bugs could hide. let's go to sal, get you to where you need to go.
>> don't let the bedbugs bite. >> it's your turn now. koch come on in. >> mike, that's your fault. distracting me. i'm going to make this shot, here we go. >> can you make it? >> no. >> we were conferring about the show we have, it's called ktvu and we're planning tomorrow's events. let's go outside and look at what we have. the east bay has not been that great of a commute. the south bay has been okay up to highway 17. and 85 and 101. it's been relatively quiet. remember, when i say quiet, it mean for this time of the morning. it's a look at 880 southbound, it's been slow down to the 84, we had an earlier accident, in general, the east bay commute has been just normal here.
highway 4 has been slower than normal over the hill and we have a backup 680 approaching highway 4. we had a spill of construction material blocking the freeway and managed to open all of the lanes but this morning, as i have been telling you, we're talking about giving yourself an extra 15-20 minutes if you can if you use the bridge. let's go out and take a look at san francisco. northbound 101 traffic is not bad. the giants game tonight. it's also a day game tomorrow. i'll bring steve in, that day game tomorrow isn't going to be spoiled by rain. >> i don't think so. i don't think so. that would be a rarity, would it not? >> at at&t. >> no, it will not be.
we have mostly sunny skies here and temperatures will be a little haze in the mix and low clouds and higher clouds, temperatures, taking a tip dorm and we're heading out for a warm weekend. weekend warm to hot and maybe upper 80s to near 90 degrees. average 64/50. just a mix of higher clouds and lower clouds. the story is this monster low out of the northern rockies, colorado and wyoming. ahead of that, the weather is firing up and it's going to be an unbelievable day for hail reports look at the line they went through st. joseph, missouri and kansas city. now you get the outflow and that's going to set the stage for a very severe day. for us, the system coming in will not do much.
maybe a little built of rain. a few 30s. 40s and 50s. now it's 40s and 50s. warming up pretty quick. 20s in the mountains. a few high clouds and mostly sunny. the system swings in tomorrow. you can see there's not a lot to the system and i don't think we'll get much out of it. one projection keeps rain in. there won't be much out of the system and wednesday afternoon, it will be long gone. chilly morning. mostly sunny, temperatures, a few 30s for lows clouds moving in 60s and 70s. low 70s inland. low to mid-60s around the coast and by the bay. mostly cloudy, any rain will be light. it's out by thursday and we turn the frown upside down and warm it up into the weekend.
zingers. the two candidates will face off in november. a protest planned in front of a chipotle in downtown. they will protest in front of the 4th street restaurant to let people know that produce from the farm is not safe back in march, they released a statement that said in part, these allegations are baseless and an attempt by the teamsters to force their will with the union. a scare by as a bear it's been recaptured after roaming the area near the mission campus. spotted about 9:00, fish and wildlife officials say it was as a black bear about 3 years old, claimed over fences, ran from a police car, caused a school to put a shelter in place. but it was eventually captured. it will be released back into the wild and you'll be happy to
know, no one was hurt. just ahead, what the board of supervisors is expected to do today when it comes to new housing developments. steph curry may be out of the game, but could he be back sooner than expected? a lot of the delays has to do with this freeway, interstate 80. low clouds, higher clouds, not a bad-looking day. a weak system on tap for tomorrow. we'll talk about that.
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let's get you out the door this morning, probably going to need a jacket. but by the weekend, flip-flops and tank tops >> going from one extreme to the other. >> again. >> again, that is correct. temperatures today where they should be, 60s and 70s. by tomorrow, clouding it up. not a big deal. a clouds streaming over, some high clouds, lower clouds, clouds thickening up this afternoon and tonight. look at this. this is just a heck of a system. anybody out in the plains, you get out from eastern colorado to kansas city, it's going to be a whopper of a day, mainly hail. 40s and 50s had a few 30s,
mid-40s for most. mostly sunny in the morning. partly cloudy this afternoon. that system drops in tomorrow there's not much to it, but hit and miss rain. chilly morning, 40s for a few lows. patchy fog, 60s and also 70s. highway 4, you want to go there or where? east bay? we start it in the east bay, we start off with the old tried and true bay bridge plaza. if that commute goes bad, it affects the commute. you'll see the traffic is, are we going there? traffic is going to be slow. not as bad but it is slow as you drive through. if you're driving on interstate
880, it's slowing down as a it normally does driving over to downtown oakland. it has been slow there this morning. i want to mention the eastbound commute we have seen 80 slow. i mentioned 880. 580 is not that great of an alternate. it stays that way out to the the lakeshore curve. highway 680 is slow from concord down through walnut creek, westbound 24 slows, approaching lafayette and again approaching the tunnel. that lafayette park station, hit me up on social media. i'll explain the whole thing. thank you. new this morning, highway 1 is back open in both directions after it was shut down for hours. it was a single car crash that happened just before 3:30 this morning. it was in the area of devil's slide. the highway was closed between half moon bay for about 3 hours
and just re-opened an hour ago. it says that the impact of the crash through the driver from his car. >> it appears that for unknown reasons, the vehicle lost control and possibly traveled onto the side of the vehicle ejecting the driver and the driver crashed. >> they have not released information about the driver. a hunger strike outside of a san francisco police station is now six days old. they're organizing police shootings and say they were threatened with citations or arrests for sleeping outside the station. the protesters have been camping in the mission since last thursday. the examiner says that the police asked protesters not to block the entrance to the the police station. >> the group says that the protest will continue until the police chief is fired.
they have taken steps to make changes in the wake of the police shootings. still in the city, san francisco supervisors taking up two proposals aimed at more affordable housing in the city. that proposal requires new developments with 25 units to have 25% of those below the rate. it's 12% for developments with 10 homes also today, a proposal to crack down on short-term rental sites. it would impose a fine up to $1000 per day for those not listed with the city. >> it's about holding the short-term rental platforms accountable so we can get the units back on the market so that people who need housing in this town can have rent-controlled housing in san francisco. >> the legislation requires air
b and b host to show a registration number in their ad. >> our time is now 8:05. it may have been a coincidence but the timing is unusual. >> two san francisco supervisors plan to use a former apartment building for a news conference to call for fire safety rules. fire crews are familiar with the mission district address. >> they are expected to aflounce the proposals at press conference today and holding it here in front of the building at 22nd and mission. the building used to be an apartment building but it's empty since january 2015. you can see the boards on the windows. a massive fire killed one resident. firefighters had to come back to the building again to put out another fire, one that may have
been started by squatters and last night, they came back again for the third fire here in the past year and a half. no one was hurt in the fire last night. they were able to extinguish it. they're proposing new rules for builders landlords have to install fire alarms loud enough to wake people up who are sleeping and the city creates a data base to see if landlord complied with rules the news conference today, out in front of the building is scheduled before the fire that happened here last night, but the timing is interesting, given that firefighters were back here for the third time in the past year and a half to put out another fire. in san francisco, ktvu. time is 8:06. it's official.
steph curry is out of the playoffs for next two weeks. he suffered a sprain in his right knee there on sunday, he slipped and fell in the game against the rockets they're going to reevaluate him in two weeks. the team doctor says that a grade one sprain, that's the best possible news. >> once they are sure he can jump and run, either totally pain-free or almost pain-free and doesn't show any signs of instability or laxity of his knee, he's ready to go. >> the doctor went onto say that the steph could come back soon. they can take the series by winning game 5 tomorrow night at oracle. steph tweeted this, thanks for all of the prayers and messages. can feel all of the positive energy. god is great.
all things considered, i'm going to be all right. the clippers have an injured superstar. this one is a lot worse. he broke his hand in last night game to portland. he will need surgery will likely be out for the season. both players will be reevaluated today and it's tied at two games each. time is 8:08. a hunt continues for a man police say is armed and dangerous. ahead, a live report from where a deadly shooting occurred plus information on a person of interest. it could be a new milestone for the donald trump campaign. what a new poll says that could have john kasich and ted cruz supporters worried. a commute that is still
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some good news for trump on this primary day. the new york billionaire has reached 57% support for the first time since the survey began. it's seen as a milestone closer to the convention. there's been intense speculation that trump support is dwindling. it doesn't look like the newly formed cruz-kasich alliance will have any effect on votes yet. >> i never told them not to vote for me. >> it's called conclusion. a guy that couldn't fight by himself. saying how well he did. >> it was announced that ted cruz would split the upcoming states to keep delegates from going to trump the democratic front runner is looking past and focusing in on
trump. >> don't just fly that big jet in and land it and make a big speech and insult everyone you can think of. >> today's primaries in pennsylvania, maryland, connecticut and rhode island could be the last stand. it's almost impossible now for bernie to meet clinton. >> bernie sanders says he's open to the idea of picking a woman to be his running mate if he wins the nomination. he mentioned elizabeth warren. he says she's been a champion standing up for working families. but there are others qualified. she will lead the country if trump is elected president on monday. lena told the host she would move to canada if trump wins. the star and creator of hbo
girls has been a prominent hillary clinton sum porter and campaigned with her throughout the race. the new voter id law. the judge upheld the law that requires those voting in person to show voter id. the u.s. justice department and the north carolina naacp sued saying they discriminated and violates the voting rights act. but is judge says there's no evidence it gives them fewer opportunities. sal is busy in his office you're taking care of the folks >> i am, finally things are improving. let's go outside and look at what we have. we're going the start off with a look at trying to get into san francisco. the biggest commute of the bay, the bay bridge backed up 15-20 minute day into the city. i want to talk about san
francisco because 101 is osceola county if you're trying to get a flight. it wouldn't be that much trouble. the peninsula, looking at this, it doesn't look bad here as you drive down 101, there's a little bit of slow traffic, the bridge, we had an earlier crash that is gone and traffic is still slow i want to mention that the east bay commute has been slow, 880 southbound. things are continuing to normalize. it's not good but it's more like what you're used to seeing for the morning commute. we should bring a warm coat. a light jacket is okay. you're protected where you are. right? there's actually 3 or 4 for at&t if you're up above, if you're down below. the people sit at the top, they
need it the most. >> thank you. sometimes it's hot down there. not tonight of course. we have some higher clouds and the system on its way, it won't do much, but a low drops in, sweeps through the four corners the beat goes on. if you're so inclined, i posted some really cool visibility satellite images out of missouri and kansas. it is bubble up like crazy today. mostly sunny. numerous hail reports we'll get some light rain. hit and miss, the weekend looks warm to hot. it's not going to last. san francisco 64/50. 44 back in 1892 for the record low. seeing the cloud cover skirting through and more high and mid-level clouds. and this is the system i'm standing in front of, you can see the things, coming off of
the rockies, you get the cold air out of the mountains and then the low-level jet, it's coming up from the plains, you can get some big time severe weather and that's what is going to happen today. today is a very good chase day. this looks like a hail day. looking around nebraska back to st. joseph and kansas city, things are bubbling up like crazy. looks like it's gone through. it's going to be active. very weak system on tap. a few 30s today. up to 30s in the santa cruz mountains. 52 in santa cruz. low 50s. mostly sunny, partly cloudy, the clouds increase later on into tonight and tomorrow and getting rain out of it. it may be about a 4-6 hour
event. there's not going to be much out of this. the best is a 10th of eninch. mostly sunny, partly cloudy, some patchy fog. 60s and 70s on temperatures. it will not be as windy today as the last couple days that's for sure when it was rip roaring along pretty good. clouds, some rain on wednesday and we clear it out and friday, saturday and sunday, sunny and warm, warmer by sunday. what a forecast. >> all over the place. >> time is 8:18. learning about yesterday's morning brazen robbery of a casino. more photos of the suspect and the car he used for the escape. next in your money business, how much more it may cost you to shop at costco. it's the disneyland resort diamond celebration.
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morning. trading has been underway for almost two hours now. the numbers are down, not a lot. analysts expect many investors to stay on the sidelines of the federal reserve that begins a meeting. notes from the meeting could reveal clues on when rates might go up again i'm hearing later in the year. the february report on existing home sales in the metro area shows more buyers are competing for fewer properties. the index rose 5 1/2% compared to february of last year. real estate experts say that buyers looking at more expensive homes might see lower prices but there's a shortage of mid-range homes the april report on consumer confers is out and shows americans are feeling cautious.
the index dropped two points in march. the confidence level has bounced around since accept. this month's report shows conditions improve but expectations continue to decrease. >> chick-fil-a issueded a nationwide recall of the chocolate chunk cookies those cookies were labeled as peanut-free. the companies may have come into contact with peanuts during the baking process which prompted the voluntary recall. protest planned in front of chipotle. the teamsters union will protest in front of the restaurant to let customers know that produce is not safe. teamsters lead protests have been happening for several weeks back in march, taylor farms released as a statement that says, these allegations are
baseless and simply a vailed attempt by the teamsters to force bargaining with the union. the protest set to take place at noon. costco memberships could be more expensive. usa today says that costco will increase 5-10 dollars. memberships going up to $120. membership increases every five or six years. the last time it was 2011, analysts say a new increase could happen as early as fall. snap chat and parascope could have some competition from facebook. they're developing a stand alone camera app that allows users to take pictures.
it allows users to record video and begin live streaming. not knowing when the app will launch, face book has not commented. twitter says it takes user safety seriously. >> it has changed the way abuse on the service can be reported. twitter allows someone filing a report to attach multiple tweets at once. that's more convenient but it makes it easier for investigators to look into reports of bullying or other issues inappropriate. the multiple tweet reporting feature rolls out on droid near the next few weeks. more than one million people could be at risk for identity
risk. last year the company said that only the users were at risk they have not commented about the leak but be careful about that. >> there's rising concern over pedestrians looking at their smart phones and ignoring signals it's prompted installation of a new type of crossing light. they're putting the lights in the pavement so that they are looking down at the phones won't miss them. a recent survey in europe found that 20% were distracted by the phones. it may be more widespread in the united states. the survey found that 1-3 americans is busy texting or working on a smart phone even at dangerous road crossings. some popular robot waiters in china are not living up to the hype. they're getting fired because they're not as good as human
servers. two robot staffed restaurants shut down, the third got rid of the bots and one of the restaurants the robots couldn't carry soup steadily. they couldn't take orders or pour hot drinks. it was popular at first, now it's apparently worn off. i really want nice customer service. >> human, oh, it's your birthday. nice blouse. that stuff goes a long way. >> not surprising. >> time is 8:27. the plan that leaves the city without an emergency room. >> we're live in south city where police are looking for a person of interest in a double shooting at a park. more on the person police are looking for. good morning, we are looking at a commute where traffic is going to be a little bit slow
it's pretty robust but there's nothing out of the ordinary for the commute here driving to the bay bridge toll plaza. we can see the plaza and traffic is just fine, it's back up for about 15-20-minute delay. i want to mention the south bay where traffic is going to be busy on the freeways getting into the silicon valley. if you're driving on 101, it's filled in for the drive or mountain view. let's go back to the the desk. a man considered by police as armed and dangerous is on the loose now. he's a person of interest in the shooting that left one person dead and another one hurt in south san francisco >> you have a picture as well as a description for the man police are looking for. >> good morning. we're here at orange memorial park and have been here all morning long. there's a beautiful playground where kids can play. you can see the basketball
courts, community center, the restroom area, it's where the shooting took place. it began with a group of men began to argue about two or three blocks from here. police need your help in finding a person of interest. the 19-year-old christian omar cruz is considered armed and dangerous he was last seen running through orange park. anyone who knows where he is should call 9-1-1. the shooting took place after an argument with a group of young men at the 600 block of first lane it's not too far from here. the argument escalated. the group moved to orange park and one man pulled out as a gun and opened fire killing one person. one died at the hospital, the other is in stable condition and as a result of the shooting, near by schools, a boys and girls' club and a reck center
went on lockdown. >> there was nobody else injured in the incident. there's only believed to be the one outstanding suspect we're on the hunt for. >> the gunman ran off carrying the gun it's not far from areas known for gang activity. it happened at a time of day when there was less foot traffic than it would be in the schools let out. no one was injured. it's unclear of the motive behind the shooting. if you have any information, you're asked to call south san francisco police. >> thank you. this morning, the investigation continues into a double homicide that happened in the south bay. candles and roses placed in the driveway of a home in san jose's evergreen neighborhood. the couple found shot to death
sunday afternoon. we have now learned that they were in their 50s and active members of the islamic community. >> people were in disbelief, we're in shock, we're stunned and the loss is enormous finding it difficult to come to grips with the truth. >> he always asked me about my family, i cannot answer him back. i cannot ask him about his family. >> san jose police have not released a motive on the killer. the circumstances surrounding the deaths are still unknown. state senator questioning the leadership of bart after a new bart train crashed while being tested. the train did not stop during the test, crashed into a mountain of sand. they're investigating if it was human error or mechanical failure. bart should be more transparent with the public. >> having some preliminary discussions about what it might
be. nothing that we want to make public yet >> bart needs to bend over backwards and being honest about the situation in which they find themselves. do they have their about together for us to invest in the system as we know we need to? >> according to bart, the train car was not damaged in the crash. leaving the entire city without er medical services. the plan is close the acute care facility sometime between 2018 and 2030. they would move away to oakland. the change is a result in the law that requires all facilities to with stand the major earthquake by the year 2030. a civil rights attorney plans to establish a tent city for the homeless. they want to create at least one in sacramento. tent city is not allowed at the
capital, they're hoping that the interfaith mission to serve the homeless will keep it alive. >> we learned that there's federal litigation that protects religious organizations in the execution of their mission. >> we have a coalition to provide a safe environment with no government funding. >> tent city would be bad for local businesses and neighbors don't want tents in their backyards. he will sue the city if the permit is denied. >> within the past 30 minutes, there was a major development involving the baby falcon chicks back with the person who made it happen. >> reporter: it was quite an exciting show. there's a person from santa cruz that got on the top of city hall. let's go up to show how high
that is. 285 feet and he repelled down city hall because there's a nest of falcons that will there and we do have some video of what we just saw. we're joinedded now by glenn stewart, you are from santa cruz, the research group, why were you up there? >> i'm lucky enough to study falcons. i band them in their nests and this happens to be one of them. >> we know there were two babies that hatched in april. what did you find out? >> it's as a male and female, they're 23 days old. there's a camera focused on the nest, so we know that. people from all over the world tune in and watch the babies grow up. i go when they're 3 weeks old and band them. >> we saw the mama bird, clara,
making her cacking sound and she was not happy you were up there. she swooped in. was she being more aggressive than years past? >> people get up early on the off chance they see her whack me in the back of the head. >> her goal is to drive me away. i'm there banding babies for about 20 minutes, i go away and they're happy. they feel like they've dominated me. >> got it. and overall, as far as the preservation, you're banding them to identify these baby falcons, you were talking about what the numbers were in 1970, just two pair of falcons in what was it? , california? >> that's right. we could only find two pairs in
1970, they were extinct east of the mississippi river. >> and now? >> now they're fully recovered. we bread them in captivity, hatched and they're doing great now. >> thank you for sharing that with us. glenn stewart. a lot of people were watching because it is so high up there. he says he loves doing it and it is so important for the conservation of the birds. >> it was great seeing it live. thank you. time is 8:40. some new recommendations from the national institute of corrections on how to improve the troubled jail system. it includes more training of jail guards, using information gleaned from inmate surveys and more time out of jail cells for
the inmates according to the east bay times, it was requested by the sheriff and included three days of observation at the main jail and interviews with about 100 employees and administrators. to oakland police officers are facing criminal charges in two separate cases both crimes took place while the officers were off duty. the first case, matthew is accused of pointing as a gun at a man painting his door in february. he's been charged with false imprisonment and brandishing a gun. he said he feared he could have been an intruder going after the ammunition he stores in his apartment. >> mr. santos has a right to protect his home. >> in the second case, oakland police officer accuse offend showing up drunk at a moment in december and scuffling with the
couple who live there. stockton last night, five candidates debated for the first time trying to convince voters they should be elected to the senate to replace barbara boxer. the candidates -- the debate covered several issues, the june primary is six weeks away. the two candidates who get the votes, they face off in november. a ups driver in san diego was at the right place at the right time and did the right thing after seeing a teenager pinned understood beneath a truck. watch what happened on surveillance video. the jack slips out and the truck falls on him collapses on his head and shoulder, king is
trapped underneath. >> that's when the ups guy came down the street i saw the tire marks on the side of his face and a little bit of swelling a tough kid. >> the ups driver managed to free him from underneath the truck. if it had been one inch more to the left or right, he would have light likely died. he feels like the luckiest man alive. a new sesame street character is helping to break barriers in afghanistan. >> thank you, elmo. >> excited to be here. >> yay. >> the first female muppet producers hope she will become a strong role model for young girls there. >> got something guaranteed to make you smile. we had to put it on the
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sheriff want to catch the person who robbed the casino in the east bay yesterday morning. looking at the surveillance video of the man wearing a halloween mask. deputies say he got in and out of the casino quick before escaping in a four-door sedan. no shots fired, no one was hurt. he's about 6 feet tall, about 200 pounds. if you have any information, call the sheriff's office. the man accused of kidnapping and killing 15-year-old sierra lamar 4 years ago has to wait in the month before his trial begins he went to court yesterday asking that his trial start this week. he was overruled by his defense lawyers they asked the judge for a continuance of dna evidence to be tested. they want to have the trial
moved out of santa clara county because they fear it won't be possible to find an impartial jury some who helped to search for her say they're disappointed about the delay. >> the volunteers for the search team, we're with the lamar family and it bothers us that their pain continues, we're looking forward to justice being served. >> he's charged with the disappearance of lamar. they think she got into a car and he killed her a short time later. the court proceedings resume on may 23rd. let's see what is happening in the commute now, sal >> we have some slow traffic out there. traffic continues to be slow in many areas we're going to look at the bay bridge toll plaza and you can see the traffic here is going to
be backed up. there's improvement over there on the 880 ramp. we see some improvement to the toll plaza. looking at the commute on 880. slow traffic past the coliseum. we will see some slow traffic from highway 13 a little before that. in the south bay, silicon valley, a lot of slow traffic. this is a late one and almost all of the freeways are jammed getting into the west valley. >> thank you. we have mostly sunny skies. a little bit of patchy fog and a few high clouds. cloudy to the north bay and some cloud cover working its way in. it's a leading edge, not much to it. it will give us a little built of a splash and dash shower activity tomorrow. partly cloudy later. there will be some rain around, not a lot. by wednesday evening, this
system is far enough south and the weekend looks warm to hot, near 90 for some. doesn't look like it will last. the projections for 10-15 days out. very strong low pressure and cool temperatures and rain. we'll see. but temperatures are all over the place. san francisco today, 64/50. we see the clouds and the higher clouds beginning to work their way on the coast. the big news will be in the rockies on out on the plains today. it will be what we call the hailers. hail projections will be all over the place around 6:00, maybe the tornadoes will start to pop up. it will be from kansas to oklahoma. it seems to be where the most juice is in the atmosphere. already had it around st. joseph missouri. st. louis on tap, right through kansas city, had golf ball size
hail. there are projections of grapefruit size hail this is an unbelievable severe event setting up in the plains a series of patterns, once they come out of southern california and going into the four corners, it's a perfect recipe. we have a few high clouds, we have a couple of 30s. 30s, 40s and 50s. looking for clouds to increase. partly cloudy in the afternoon. a chilly morning, but a nice day today. clouds are moving in later, had some patchy fog on the coast to morgan hill. 60s, 70s on the temperatures, it's exactly where we should be. tomorrow, mostly cloudy, some rain, i wouldn't cancel plans. thursday, clear and breezy and warm weather looks to be on tap for the weekend. >> tomorrow may rain so i'll follow the sun.
welcome back. we'll find out tomorrow who is san jose sharks will play in the stanley playoffs they beat the anaheim ducks and forces a game 7. the ducks had a 2-3 series lead after leading the last three games game 7 is tomorrow night in anaheim >> oakland raiders fans seem to be happy about their team the raiders may plan to move to another city. they are now on track to sell all of their season tickets in
oakland, first time in the team's history and it's possible fans may have to be put on a baiting list. a new lineup has sparked real excitement in the fan base which grown 57% from last year. all this comes at the same time owner, davis, is getting ready for a trip to las vegas. davis would pledge to move the raiders to las vegas if a 65,000 seat stadium was built near the vegas strip. the raiders need the nfl approval to do that and at least 23 others would have to support that move. one bay area college is about the make life easier for 500 students they're offering free tuition and fees for the 2016 fall
semester. it applies to the first seniors graduating this spring to apply for the 90th anniversary scholarship. the deadline, june 1st. they have to enroll by august first. and we have a college behind us. >> go mariners >> will he make it for the start of the 9, he's running in now. sal, you made it. >> i have to mention, i love trashy magazines, if you don't like how you feel after you see the celebrities in your poses, we have a woman who will change the way you think about your own body and about acceptance and positivity. you made it. just barely.