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republican convention rolls into it second day. what candidate said yesterday and two was speaking today. six people were injured in oakland shooting. the development coming up. good morning. check out that shot of the san francisco bay. want a gorgeous morning it is. it's going to be warmer this weekend. >> look at the sun glaring on the lens. does not get any better than that. >> still a bit windy. welcome to mornings on 2. let's get right over to rosemary for the forecast. i was in burlingame yesterday and the wind was crazy.
>> yes the winds picked up in spots yesterday. it was an onshore breeze today is an offshore breeze. the offshore breeze will drive our temperatures this afternoon. a mobile warm-up coming. yesterday was mild around the bay area. 80s in the warmer spots. today we look at the wind where they continue to how. this wind advisory for the hills. fairfield 70 miles per hour. gusting to 31. now that reporting seven miles per hour gusting to 17. wind advisory goes until 10 pm and as i get in closer you can see it is for the higher elevations even though we are breezy out or it's gusty in the north bay hills and east bay include the santa cruz mountains. this will expire and the winds will begin to die down so breezy into the afternoon but nothing like last night or overnight.
temperatures are warmer because of the wind. 52 santa rosa. 59 san francisco. 54 hayward. 61 already livermore. one that creek 48. it means you probably don't have much wind in your neighborhood. 12 degrees warmer in napa and 24 hours ago. a few degrees warmer most places around the area. this afternoon we're going to have 70s at the coast and 80s for the inland communities. when i come back i will put those numbers on the screen. a will be even warmer than today. the weekend forecast coming up. new developments in the west oakland shooting. please say six people were injured and there are still looking for the gunmen. it happened at 32nd st. at san pablo avenue near i-580. five people were shot in the six victim was hit by flying
glass. rescuers rushed one person to highland hospital and the others went on their own. no word this morning on their condition. again the gunmen is still on the loose. san jose police are investigating a deadly shooting around 12:45 this morning. they found a woman who had been shot and she later died at the hospital. they have a male suspect in custody. local and federal authorities on alert again this morning in the wake of yesterday's protester violence at california gop convention. two people were hurt including a deputy. five people were arrested. one man went to the event dressed like front runner donald trump. and ended up in a shoving match with demonstrators. police had to escort him out to safety. >> it's the racism he promotes a mere going to defend our people here that are fighting against racism by any means
necessary. >> that was not the easiest entrant i've ever made. my wife called and said there are helicopters following you and then we went under a fence and through a fence. it felt like i was crossing the border actually. >> hundreds of protesters surrounded hotel and forced donald trump to walk in over a barricade and come in through a backdoor before he made it to the podium. he spoke for about 30 minutes. he criticized democratic front- runner hillary clinton and insulted his fellow republican challengers over and over. senator cruz and carly fiorina will have the last word. they speak today at the convention >> we're live at the hyatt regency in burlingame. it should be a busy day. >> reporter: good morning. what a difference a day makes. this was a set of yesterday's protest at the site of today's ongoing gop convention. one at 72 delegates up for
grabs. headed it are making a play for the delegates and courting leaders. after the dramatic entrance with trump crossing behind a fence and through a drainage ditch he made his way into the venue to address a receptive crowd. he cracked jokes about immigration and dismissed the idea of his competitors endorsing him. he's unlike was already focusing on november. >> when i can focus on hillary as i say crooked hillary, when i focus on hillary she will go down easier than any of the people we just beat. >> reporter: john kasich to the state last night for dinner banquet. his message that he's the only candidate who can unite the party and win in november. >> i am worried about a divided polarized country. and it does not have to be that way. >> the convention continues
today. ted cruz will speak noon banquet . carly fiorina will be the keynote speaker tonight and both events are sold out and leaders say this is the most heavily attended convention they have seen ever so many people want to attend. both events are sold out. we saw the protest yesterday and so far there are no protesters out right now and no word of any today but we will monitor the situation was at the convention in any protest that crop up. >> i know you're in the thick of it yesterday when you are at the protests. were they talking about -- they said by any means necessary. it's hard to imagine they would not show up. >> i would be surprised if we do not see some people show up to protest again. obvious the donald trump is a polarizing figure. ted cruz also a polarizing figure. i would not surprise me if we do see protesters showing up at some point today. that speech will get underway around noon. democratic candidates are
also making sure they have a presence in california. bernie sanders campaign is opening an office in north oakland at 10 am this morning. he opened the campaign office in los angeles earlier this month but after losing recent primaries he's laying off hundreds of workers and focusing much of his remaining resources on california june 7 the primary. hillary clinton opened in oakland thursday night and she will stump and san francisco friday. right now she's concentrating on tuesday in indiana. she and trump lead in indiana. travis declared himself the presumptive republican nominee. clinton is not yet calling herself the democratic nominee. she said she will win but also says she will keep chugging along and competing. >> our election coverage firstname.lastname@example.org. there's more coverage of the convention. train service is back to normal after a freight train
derailed near tracy. anti-cars from a union pacific train jumped the tracks yesterday. that caused delays for passengers traveling between tracy and those the problem was fixed by 6:30 last night. no word on what caused the derailment. trains derailed last month in niles can send one of them into alameda creek. on a 200 people were on the train at the time and nine were hurt. once i push tree onto track causing that derailment. otis barefoot a job fair in california because it 10 am. organizers of thousands of people at the regency ballroom in san francisco. 30 copies will be on hand including local pot collectives and ban chocolate they sell candy infused with marijuana. one organizer police california will eventually follow colorado and passing measure legalizing recreational marijuana use. >> not only will it change the industry we believe it will drive somewhere between 400,000 to 500,000 jobs the state of
california. the don't use of marijuana act that is behind it will be at our fair and they are recruiting to help get the word out. >> jobs of the fair range from cultivators to land tax to delivery drivers and social media managers. the to ktvu.com and click on the web links for more information. viable member of the warriors franchise will leave at the end of the playoffs. luke walton has agreed to a multi-year deal to coat the los angeles lakers. he won two nba titles with the lakers as a player and filled in as the warriors head coach at start of the season. now at 36 luke walton will become the youngest active head coach in the league. he's busy this weekend helping develop a game plan for the warriors for the next playoff series. they will face portland trail blazers tomorrow. trailblazers not of the clippers 106-2103 last night to in the first round series. portland is led by oakland
native damian lillard who scored 28 points. reporters asked him how the blazers could upset the nba champion warriors he said quote we're going to go out and compete and we're going to push -- put our best foot forward. the warriors could be getting stephen curry back sooner than believe. he's been rehabbing his injured right knee and will set the start of the series but has been 24-5 hours at the practice facility to get back on the court as soon as possible. >> it's a lot of treatment and three times a day. trying to get full range of motion back. and doing some things where i can keep my cardio up. >> john livingston expert the to start at point guard for him who return for game three against the trail blazers next weekend. here's a second schedule. in one is tomorrow at 12:30. game 2 tuesday night at 7 to 30
an in game three and four will be in portland next saturday and monday. game five through seven if needed will be scheduled. we know what caused a giant sinkhole to open up. what the officials think caused the road to give way. a bear cub learns a tough lesson about the strength of windows. 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!!!! 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.
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!!!! 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.
>> blue skies to start the day. wall-to-wall sunshine and warm weather on the way. the numbers coming up. today hundreds of bookstores are celebrating the local ownership. independent bookstore day and several bay area bookstores are participating in the event. including most bookstore until north avenue in berkeley. each store will host their own activities and entertainment. some will have special offers for the day as well. there are at least 80 independent bookstores in california. for more information go to our website ktvu.com and click on the web links. new study says thank you your child can lead to bad behavior. university of texas at austin study and your see michigan she was spanking can produce negative results after meeting to aggression anxiety and antisocial behavior. researchers looked at 50 years of data and over 150,000 children. the city showed most equally to do respect the more likely they were to show negative behavior >> sometimes parents make
things banking works because it might stop aggression in the house. we also know it increases aggression outside the home. >> when parents spank their children aggressive behavior can be carried onto the playground with other kids. one alternative is for misbehavior is to timeout. a strange interaction between woman and a bear cub in upstate new york. >> that was a hard hit. the cub was spotted balancing itself on the edge of a table a few feet away from the window. than the bear left forward hitting the window hard before it scurries away. the cub looked shaken up but not heard. here it comes again. the woman who took the video things the cub got to curious about seeing what was inside.
>> she's lucky her window was strong. >> even the babies are big. at least the cub was okay. you can see some sunny skies today. >> we are waking up with lots of sunshine. we showed you the golden gate bridge. we will now show you the east bay hills looking at beautiful weather overhead. it's tough to tell from the picture but it is breezy out. especially gusty in the hills this morning. the wind advisory about -- until 10 pm -- 10 am. 52 santa rosa. 62 san francisco.
we're much warmer this morning than yesterday. 58 oakland's. low 60s livermore. san jose 53. 5-10 degrees above yesterday's number. that has to do with the wind. let's look at futurecast. we're 5-10 to 50 miles per hour in some spots. we get into the evening and not a lot of change will happen. the winds died down a little bit. we will have laws and then again picking up but look at the direction of the wind. yesterday it was on shore with the cool breeze. today it becomes northeast at times. so it's going to be the dry warmer air that will help warm us up. 85 in santa rosa today. 83 in sonoma. 81 san rafael. areas closer to the water 73 for the east bay upper 70s in oakland. low 80s in danville.
85 antioch. in the south bay 80 degrees for san jose. low 80s saratoga. half moon bay 73. 72 daly city. the peninsula 78 for redwood city. 79 mountain view. 76 san francisco. going to tahoe the system bringing us the wind will bring morning showers to the lake tahoe area. what not a lot maybe 30% chance and dry for the rest of the day. there will be another chance of thunderstorms sunday afternoon and temperatures remain cool low to mid 50s this weekend. extended forecast slightly warmer on sunday which is the warmest day. we cold and on monday. increasing clouds tuesday. possibility of rain coming back on wednesday. >> i lake tahoe but who needs,
when the weather is so beautiful here? >> i would stay here. will i complain tomorrow about the heat? >> maybe. thousands people will walk across the bay area this morning to spread awareness about premature birth. the annual march of dimes march for babies walked. and another woman who serves as ambassador.
a grandmother and her grandchildren were killed in severe flooding. the children were under the age of nine. the that one day after tornado touchdown 85 miles east of dallas. it nearly flattened this sporting goods store. people in oklahoma are also dealing with severe weather. there have been reports of hail the size of tennis balls in some areas. motorcycle jacket worn by print in the 1984 movie purple rain is up for auction.
the could bring as much as $100,000. the auction house behind the sale says it will see the jacket six weeks ago before his unexpected death last week. it's worth between 6-$8000. it will be will tickets online between 2/29 and july 1. new films of the theater this weekend including an all- star cast coming together to celebrate mom. >> the comedians behind the key empirical after a getting here is kevin mccarty. >> it's kevin mccarty. there are two films opening up in theaters including mother's day and kiana which is from the might of key and peele. mother's day is irked by gary marshall is a phenomenal film maker. i love his work he did pretty woman and a great job. happy days as well as on couple and more committee. this film along with new year's eve and valentine's day are terrible. the scripts are bad and the cast are so great. this movie has jennifer aniston
julia roberts shane mitchell. big cast. kate hudson. and you would think the great actors would want great material but the script is so painfully bad. it's edited poorly and predictable. the giveaway every moment in the trailer. and julia roberts in my opinion has the worst week i've ever seen in my life. it's the same week she more in notting hill for one of the fake movie she was making. which almost like they were making a joke but it did not work. a bunch of stories in the film that are interconnected. i felt like everything blends together and works out in a very predicable fashion. that was a big problem for me. i think gary marshall is a great storyteller that the product and material were not great here. there are some decent scenes and the actors delivered good performances but the overall product was painful. if you see there's an extra
scene in the middle of the credits to stay wait for never seen it. i give it 1 1/2 out of five. do not see this weekend. the next movie i recommend is called keanu. how can will be about a cat be an action comedy? it works overall completely. key and peele are genius comedians. this is also directed by the director of their show. it's a simple storyline. a cat gets stolen and cousins pose as drug dealers forestry getting to get the cat back. that's the story line. but it's very funny and the action works overall. keanu reeves does the voice of the cat in the movie for one scene which is very funny. and there's lots of twists and surprises. they do a good job of balancing action and comedy. great action moments and have some legitimate action sequences work almost like the matrix.
been a very good comedic moments as well. the chemistry between key and peele is fantastic. overall i give it four and half out of five. i recommend it. not for kids. very violence but i will say when you're watching the movie you'll be thinking one thing and then once the movie has the big twist of thinking another thing. it's interesting to see how your brain works when the movie was written very well. you have a great time watching it i was laughing out loud the entire movie. it starts a little slow and then it really gains traction i give it four and half out of five. tonight hospital fundraiser is bringing in big music stars. that's the band stone foxes they will perform at the seventh annual benefit which raises money for the children's hospital in oakland. the van is joined by coldplay front man chris parton and
comedian and writer p.j. novak. even starts at 8 pm and is being held at the fox theater also in oakland. remembering a teenager gunned down enrichment. what police say about her shooting and the other recent violence. must have a community is responding. we're following the candidates at the gop convention. in burlingame. are more protests on the way? outside a cool start but temperatures quickly be bound as we warm into the 80s. the forecast coming up.
let's check the headlines. police are looking for whoever injured six people in a shooting last night in west oakland. this happened at 32nd st. and san pablo avenue. fi people were shot and a six victim was caught by glass. there is no word on the condition of the victims. police have not made any arrests. bernie sanders is working hard before california's primary. his current openoffice at 10 am and north oakland. he's coming back staff and other parts of the country and shifting resources to california to improve his chances here. >> us is the coach lou walked loach luke walton will be on the court when the kings take
on portland trip is what will lead the lakers next season. he was a fan favorite in la during his career. the sun is out and shining and making a beautiful day already. across the area. >> if you have outdoor plans you are good to go. but it is a little windy. >> yes sunblock at the water. flip-flops have fun. >> it's all good. >> we have a taste of summer coming our way into the afternoon. inland communities and of the beaches. low 70s expected today. a live look into san francisco. isn't that a beautiful view? temperatures will be rebounding quickly. 9 am already expecting 60s. and some of us are starting out in the 60s. much warmer this morning because the wind is blowing. let's check in on the current
conditions. napa reporting seven help for our breeze with gusts to 17. fairfield has gust of 31 from the north. 21 miles per hour gusts in concord and oakland. here is the wind advisory. it goes until 10 am. and includes the higher elevations. the wind seven gusting overnight and we go again until this morning and those winds helping to drive our temperatures this afternoon. look at the numbers. napa reporting city degrees. 61 fairfield. livermore 61 to start your day. 58 oakland. 52 sfo. low 50s in the vital. on the peninsula 52 belmont. 49 palo alto.
55 in the house. this afternoon 70s for the coast and 80s inland. the full forecast coming up. this morning california gop convention -- security remains a concern following the violence that broke out during protest against donald trump yesterday. five people were arrested during that. charges ranging from assaulted a police officer to obstructing justice to trespassing. now the 2 of the convention and today's program is about to begin. >> organza predicts. be one of the largest gop conventions ever in california. christian patterson is live in burlingame. carly fiorina tonight and ted cruz today at noon. it looks fairly quiet right now. considering what you saw yesterday. >> reporter: yes. we were out yesterday.
we had a lot of team coverage and what a scene. it was a major protest. this morning you can see some of the barricades are still up but yesterday the barricades stretch across the street through the entrance to the hyatt regency to prevent people from getting in if they did not have tickets are not in guests. the big problem is the 172 delegates for the candidates. they are making a play for the delegates according to leaders. john kasich took the stage last night for the dinner banquet. his message with a he's the only candidate who kenny knight the party. he told he's the only candidate who can beat democratic candidate hillary clinton. >> the fact is i'm the only one who beats hillary clinton. >> the independent voters and blue-collar conservative democrats those are people i can win. >> donald trump is also making
a dramatic impact in short entrance yesterday he made his way into the venue to address a very receptive crowd. he cracked jokes about immigration and dismissed the idea of this compares endorsing him. he was already focusing on november and is likely opponent of hillary clinton. >> do i look forward to beating her? to look forward to winning? >> reporter: the convention continues today. ted cruz will address the republican this afternoon and his running mate carly fiorina will be the keynote speaker tonight. both events are sold out. again state leaders are saying this is the most highly attended state gop convention in their history. obviously a lot of interest in the question of course will be more interest from protesters? we've not heard about any organized protest at this point. we will monitor the situation because of yesterday is possible of what happened and we want to be on this today.
we also covered from inside the convention as well. >> i will meet you out there in a few hours. and we all got out yesterday. the police presence was very dramatic outside the hotel and inside the hotel. does it look the same this morning? >> reporter: at this point we have not seen a heavy police presence at all. you can look both ways and we showed you my right looking to the left you can see a lot of the barricades that were out yesterday are now gone. there are still some out but not a heavy police presence. yesterday those officers were already lined up by 7 am. a big difference today. knew this morning president barack obama repeated his call for a republican lawmakers to
consider his supreme court nominee. >> so far most republican surf us to even meet with judge garland. which means they also refused to do their job and hold a hearing on his nomination. or an up-and-down vote. >> reporter: in his weekly address he accused publicans of playing politics with judge merrick garland. he says it's one reason why many americans are cynical about washington. ragas with report of detail those with a report of what caused the sinkhole in march. eight straight days of rain work in the soil around the 96 inch pipe at green boulevard. the lack of soil created gaps underneath the sidewalk and those empty spaces eventually gave way. the sinkhole profit hundreds of evacuations and disrupted gas service to about 2600 pg&e customers. related more to the text message scandal of the police department this morning. chief suhr released more of the racist and homophobic text messages sent by officers.
one of them was a picture of a burned turkey with the question is that a ferguson turkey? he says some of the messages were sent by a now retired lieutenant was charged with interfering with a rape investigation. >> those responsible for sex sex are no longer police officers. they betrayed the public trust. and the trust of the right minded hard-working men and women of the department. >> this week san francisco public defender released other text messages and said the scandal may impact 200 criminal cases. the chief says his officers will now have to attend an anti- harassment training event by the end of the year. san francisco police announced one of its own has been arrested on felony charges. he's rendered and was booked into the county jail. the felony charges involved falsifying information on the dmv form and then lying about it. he's been suspended without pay the investigation again with a
tip from a fellow officer last summer. he's been with the department for nine years. doesn't tell police are searching for 15 you girl with mental disability who is not been seen since thursday. sheila porter best ink after she not return home from alhambra high school. she might have taken the bus to the station but no one knows where she was going. her cell phone is apparently turned off. she is 5 feet her cell phone is apparently turned off. she is 5'3" tall with a scar on her neck from a tracheotomy. and ulysses or should contact pleasantville police. oakland mayor will host a panel discussion about how police interact with the community. it's part of the mayor speaker series. the theme is fair and just policing. the police chief will be part of the panel. it's ours at 3 pm this afternoon at oakland city hall. family and friends held a vigil last night in memory of a 16-year-old girl lost to gun
violence. she was shot and killed on tuesday and richmond police say her killing is one of the two in the city in just one week. in both cases the victims were targeted directly. brandon payne was arrested this week charged with her murder. meanwhile communities are calling for an end to this violence. >> we've had additional officers since the recent spike in crime but based on what happened this week we've also added additional units. >> we're tired of the senseless killings and tired of losing our young folk to gun violence. >> on friday a cease-fire rally was held in honor of thursday's shooting victim. please drop reginald atkinson. lisa gates release the suspect information in that case. but officers stress it was also a targeted shooting. the bus bridge for caltrain riders and san francisco this week. crews are working to replace
100-year-old real bridge in the view. haines city will stop at the bay shore station and from there tran's will provide bus service to the remaining stations in the city. work on the bridge will continue until monday. turning out to sports. we talked about the warriors but hockey fans are not the only major the area sports team. san jose sharks have their eyes on the stanley cup. the stars be the nashville predators five in 2 last night to take game one of the second round series. the sharks could not score in the first two periods but the caught fire in the final and they give them the wind. game to tonight -- tomorrow night. the final day of the nfl draft begins 9 am this morning. it's around four through seven senators and the raiders looking to add depth and if they're lucky a starter or two. they showed off their the first round draft picks yesterday 6'7"
290 pound defensive lineman and stanford guard justin garnet. that is head coach chip kelly in the middle. the 2 they took a pair of defensive lineman. he was emotional when the call patel and he was now a reader. oakland also drafted daily calhoun. the two-time captain at michigan state. raiders fans will meet the team headquarters in elements push for a new stadium to be built right here in oakland. raiders owner mark davis once to move the team to las vegas but organizers of today's protest do not want to see that happen. they posted a message on facebook asking fans to show up dead course at 11 am wearing raiders jerseys. newborn falcons nesting on the top of the san francisco building are ready for the next step in life.
the numbers coming up. major political developments this week. hillary clinton took four of the five northeastern primaries and donald trump heavy clean sweep of all five. ted cruz trying to steal some of the thunder by announcing carly fiorina as his running mate. >> reporter: i don't know how much it has in the way of legs. how much impact it will have on the race it helped ted cruz win a 24 hour news cycle after trump swept five states in east. but there are some questions about carly fiorina. people in california know her record at hewlett-packard. with problems with outsourcing. and that's a big issue. a hot issue in indiana. i think >> reporter: will be able to use that against her. and california it's not like
she did all that well. she lost by 10 percentage points for to barbara boxer when she ran for the senate. >> if he does go to california do think the divide and conquer strategy having two of them campaign across the state is going to help? we're 53 districts and you really have to have a presence in every one of them. >> i don't know. it's not like there's mass- market advertising and trump will have a lot of money. i think trump by himself can do just fine against a ted cruz talk carly fiorina tagteam. i'm not sure make much difference. >> let's move on to donald trump in southern california and orange county. there were riots outside his speech. what are your thoughts on this? the help or hurt him? >> that's a good question. i'm asking myself that. no one wants to see violence but to a certain degree it's like
john boehner criticizing -- ted cruz and talking about hip is lucifer. if you're running against the establishment when they fight back it is not always heart. and to the degree that trump is taking a hard-line on immigration to have pro- immigration groups of people who are supporting illegal immigrants demonstrate against you are not sure that is not helpful to donald trump >> he was speaking before the gop convention here in the bay area. that's unusual for him to go directly to the establishment. and make a speech like this. what are your thoughts on that? is a them reaching out to unify the party? >> i think more than that is that he has gotten been at the state conventions. people are going to be found in the end by how people vote in california. they will pledged at least for the first ballot. but having said that he has
gotten whipped by ted cruz in many of the state conventions and i think he felt california is too big the he cannot ignore. ted cruz is also coming up to speak but i think trump understood that he had to make sure those people that will be in the seats are not just bound to vote for me on the first ballot but might support me if it goes beyond that. >> ted cruz has had a rhythm significant ground game in california since the summer. donald trump was wise to speak for the convention. let's move on to the democrats. hillary clinton taking a few days off after her for prostate when. do think this is a sign she feels at this point she has it in the bag? >> yes. i don't know that's why she took time off but i cannot see a way she could lose the nomination. she has such a big lead. about 80% of the way to the magic number of 2383.
and she only has to win 20% of the remaining delegates. 20%. bernie sanders have to win 80%. and there is no sign that she is going to have those that those margins will be anywhere near possible for him. >> so coming up on fox news sunday tomorrow morning at 6 am you have an exclusive interview with donald trump and ted cruz on the show. we look for to seeing you then. >> is also our 20th anniversary so we will take a trip down memory lane and have some great clips. and watch them yesterday. we have some interesting moments on fox news sunday. this morning thousands of people will walking to raise awareness about premature birth is the annual march of dimes march for babies walk. it starts at 9 am in san francisco and pleasant inn. a now that woman whose baby died -- napa woman will be the
ambassador. 's is the alameda fairgrounds and at fort mason. it's a beautiful day for a walk. >> it's gorgeous out. someone tweeted us to make sure a few mouse into the 6 mile run it looks stunning. >> yes and now is a good time to go because we're going to see a boost in the temperatures. it's already warming up. i had someone tweet me out for a run or walk into the wind was so strong it was blowing him around. depending on where you are it could be a bit gusty. we will have those wins for today. we have a nice warm-up coming hopefully the wind will the will not cost you too much trouble. it can also irritate and aggravate allergies. for allergy sufferers it could make it worse. 52 in santa rosa right now. 62 san francisco. livermore starting out 61. san jose 53. again if the numbers show in
the 60s chances are you have the wind outside. here is a look at the wind and you can see the direction from the wind bars. coming in from the north. that has been a change we've seen over the last 24 hours. the ridge of high pressure remains over the pacific and there was the clockwise motion around the high-pressure. it's right down the coastline. that combined with the system to the east of us is bringing us this counterclockwise position and we're in the gradient in between. that is kicking our wind up and making it a north northeast breeze. here's what to expect through the afternoon. notice the wind 5-15. gusting up to 20. this afternoon the same. this is what we have for your
saturday. the winds will let up just a little especially in the hills. that goes until 10:00 but the breeze will not go away altogether. here is hayward and the forecast. into the 60s. 71 at noon. the high temperature mid-to upper 70s for this afternoon. it's going to be fabulous. 83 degrees sonoma. 81 san rafael. 76 by the water in s i would like to --. in the south bay a nice forecast as well. low 80s. santa cruz 76. 76 san francisco. low 70s pacifica and half moon bay.
if you like the rain holds off because we have come being back about wednesday. a cooling trend back to work on monday. increasing clouds tuesday and wednesday a chance of showers. bottom line is fabulous. >> yes. your forecast is everything something might want. then it's perfect. >> yes we try. do you have a ticket for powerball? the stakes that higher. today's jackpot coming up how much is up for grabs. now it's time for our pet of the day. this is lucy. she was rescued as a pregnant stray and now she's taking care for babies. she herself is ready to find the home of her own. she's about one-year-old and gets along well with kids dogs and other cats. she will be spayed and shipped before being adopted.
if you have expired or unwanted prescription drugs in the cabinet you can drop them off for free today at most police stations. it's part of the national drug take back day. more than 350 tons of drugs were turned in last year. before settling to the drop-off locations on our website ktvu.com. look under web links. police would let people know about a film being shot in front of city hall. crews are working on a docu- series on what is known as the white night riots. those happened at san francisco supervisor dan white was convicted of voluntary manslaughter. it's possible sentence for the assassination of their george
moscone he. joan cruz will be reporting reenactments tonight and tomorrow so parts of polk grove and mcallister street will be shut down between 7-8 pm. a campaign to protect renters is lost with quote 10,000 signatures for the cost. it is an action bay area will be the first event helping of getting the ballot measure led by the ballot was at an annual event on rent increases a lot pinned to appeal rent increases and protect renters from eviction without cause. it will be held at unitarian universalist church in san mateo and was still 2 pm. in the lottery by a powerball tickets. the jackpot is now $314 million. the last time the jackpot plant at high it kept on climbing until it reached 1.5 $1.5 billion. remember that? there were three tickets winning in that jackpot in january. but only two of them have come forward so check your pockets.
i wish i had that ticket. the once are still one in 293 million. >>.by too many. those are long odds. the next for the workers face in round two of the playoffs. clashes and controversy on friday. we saw massive crowds protesting the gop convention. up next a live report of what we expect today. hey i think the internet just went down.
new developments. mornings on 2 continues now. this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2 on this beautiful saturday morning. looking live over highway 24 and it rolls through lafayette, you can see it is moving along just fine through that area. keeping an eye on the roads and the area. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, the last day of april. i can't believe it. >> good morning. let's get over to rosemary for as a check on the weather. you saw the traffic. as a lot of people out enjoying the weather. >> i have as a feeling that the sunshine out there got everyone up and at it. hopefully you have some free time to get out and enjoy the sunshine, the warmer weather underway. the winds have been howling in the hills in the overnight hour
and continue with the wind advisory. the offshore breeze will be with us in my spots dealing with the breeze at this time. santa rosa reporting 12, augusta 23. fairfield has been blowing fairly strong if you have as a drive along i-80. it will cost a little bit of trouble gusting to 31 miles per hour and concord picked up in the last 1/2 hour or so. winds expected to die down. we'll be breezy from for the afternoon for many of us. if you're just joining us, it's for the higher elevations, north bay hills and into the santa cruz mountains for the next couple hours the winds continue to be offshore as well as tomorrow. temperatures will be soaring above the seasonal average. we have 61 in san francisco. 62 in livemore. as a few areas trailing behind where the winds aren't strong.
along the peninsula, 48 in redwood city at this time. into the south bay, 59 to start your morning. san jose, low 50s at half moon bay. looking at as a handful here, we have 57 in danville. upper 50s in lafayette. a big difference from yesterday. warmer at this hour. by 5 in heyward, 6 mountain view and we'll follow suit into the afternoon. another jump coming for a second half of the day we'll detail those afternoon highs. we'll take as a look at the afternoon highs, looking at sunday which happens to be thest day of the weekend coming up. new developments this morning in the west oakland shooting. police say 6 people were injured and this morning, they're still looking for the gunman. it happened at 32nd street near i-580. five people were shot.
the sixth victim was hit by flying glass. they rushed one person to the hospital and the others went to highland on their own. no word on their conditions and the gunman is still on the loose. also new overnight, police investigating a shooting that left a woman dead. it happened this morning on oakland. the woman was rushed to the hospital but she did die a short time later. they have as a man in custody but have not released details about the case. chp investigating as a deadly crash that happened around 10:30 on highway 80 on the air base off ramp. no other details have been released. state, local and federal authorities on alert in wake of yesterday's protester violence at the california gop convention. go people were hurt including as a deputy, five people were arrested. >> one man went to the event dressed like front runner
donald trump and ended up in a shoving match with demonstrators. police had to step in and escort him out to safety. >> it's the racism that donald trump promotes aen we are going to defend our people who is fighting against racism. >> that was not the easiest entrance i've made. my wife called and said there are helicopters following you and we went through as a fend and it felt like i was crossing the border. >> how hard for trump to get through. he spoke for about 1/2 hour and during the speech, he criticed front runner hillary clinton and insulted his challengers over and over again. running mate will have the last words both are speaking today at the convention. christian is live and obviously, when you talk about emotions,
you have trump who maybe wasn't the strongest one with the protesters it's been pretty quiet. i did see some barricades. i did expect to see some level of security as well >> by now, the attendees starting to arrive here at the hyatt. things don't get underway until later on. organizers saying they have seen record crowds at this convention. they're gathering for a look at the candidate for president. john kasich took the stage for the dinner banquet. he's the only candidate to unite the party and beat hillary clinton. his supporters say he resinates here in the bay area. >> many in san francisco like myself -- >> and you guys reference that dramatic entrance for trump
crossing through drainage a ditch. he made his way in to receive a large and receptive crowd he dismissed the idea of his former supporters backing him. one would like to see him reach out to former opponents >> i was hoping that carly would go along with trump and make it easier for us to choose. >> ted cruz scheduled to address the republicans this afternoon. the running mate scheduled to be the keynote speaker tonight. both events sold out. they have seen record turnouts this year. we are expecting bigger crowds to show up again. there are some barricades we haven't heard anything about organized protests but we will continue to monitor it, it's one of the possibilities of how things could develop. you're set to join me today
going inside the convention, the latest from ted cruz. >> christian, i have to tell you, what a difference a day makes. yesterday at this time, police were everywhere and we can see back behind you, not much at all you'll monitor that for us all morning long. christian kafton, thank you. the big presence here in california, bernie sanders campaign is opening an office near oakland. he will open at 10:00 this morning. he opened in los angeles earlier this month, after losing primaries, he's laying off hundreds of workers and focusing much of his remaining resources on california's june 7th primary. hillary clinton opened an oakland office and stops in san francisco. clinton is concentrating on the primary. she and trump are leading
there. trump has already declared himself the republican nominee, clinton is not yet calling herself the democratic nominee and saying that she is going to win but now, she will plug along and compete. our coverage continues, you find unedited video. plus, there's also more coverage of our gop convention. as a valuable member of the warriors franchise will leave at the end of the season. he's agreed to a multi-year deal. he won two titles as as a lakers with as a player. he filled in at the start of the season. he will become the youngest active coach in the league. the warriors will face the trail blazers starting tomorrow. they knocked off the clippers
106-103 to win their series. portland is lead by oakland native. he scored 28 points in that victory. when he was asked how the blazers could upset the warriors, he said we're going out there and compete and put our best foot forward. they may get steph curry back sooner than they believed. curry is rehabbing his injured right knee and out for the series but spending 4-5 hours to get back on the court as soon as possible. >> treatment three times a day, trying to get full range of motion back and doing some things where i can keep my cardio up. >> sean livingston will be
playing. here's a look at the schedule for a second round for the warriors game one is tomorrow at 12:30 at oracle. traffic and parking in the area could be messy because there's also an a's game in the afternoon at the coliseum. game two for the warriors tuesday night at the arena and you have game 3 and 4 in portland and 5-7 only played if necessary. falcons have used the legend as their nesting spot for years now you can submit your choices by tweeting three choices to e for me and include pge falcons the deadline is 5:00 p.m. on wednesday. the winning names picked by representatives and of course falcon lovers every time they have as a naming contest and pick as a name, i would have never come up with that name
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a grandmother and four grandchildren killed in severe flooding. the children were all under the age of 9. they died one day after as a tornado touched down south of dallas. it nearly flattened as a sporting goods store. people in oklahoma are dealing with severe weather. there's been reports of hail the size of tennis balls in some areas. as a freight train derailed near tracy. as a train jumped the tracks
yesterday afternoon that caused delays for passengers traveling between lacy. the problem was fixed last night. no word on what caused the derailment. last month, you remember two trains derailed sending one into the creek. 200 were onboard at the time, nine were hurt. as a mud slide pushed as a tree onto the tracks. the largest marijuana job fair in california begins this morning. they expect thousands of people at the ballroom. they sell chocolate infused with marijuana. >> we believe they will drive somewhere between 400 and 500,000 jobs to the state of california. in fact, the adult use of
marijuana and the group behind it will be at our fair and they're recruiting to get the word out. >> jobs at the fair range from cultivators to delivery drivers and social media managers click on web links for more information about the fair. this morning, uber is reminding passengers you don't have to tip. they sent out a message reiterating the policy that tipping is not included, expected or required. they clarified the tipping policy after it settled a class action lawsuit. drivers claim that they thought tips were included. some are posting signs that tips are welcome. >> your time now is 8:16. if you're headed out and you're opening your window and thinking, it feels warm out there, looks beautiful. >> yes, definitely as a notable
change this morning with many of us five of 10 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago you can feel that warmup, it's going to be a gorgeous day. it's going to be a warmer day. we have some of the kids doing spring ball and for them, the afternoon is going to be toasty. make sure you have the sun block on and the water and here's a beautiful view into san francisco and you can see, the tower and part of the financial district. getting into your morning numbers, 57 degrees santa rosa. oakland at 62, livemore, and san jose, 59 to start the day. a system dropping down the backside of california, coming together to bring us this offshore breeze and the warmup coming our way winds 15-25 miles per hour, we'll be breezy at times and let up at times and we'll be back. we have as a wind advisory. if you're joining us, it's for the hills and goes until 10:00
this morning it's for the east bay hills and into the mountains you can see that not only the hills have the wind we have 10-15 miles per hour winds, east bay, south bay, it's going to go on the entire afternoon. we're stopping at 1:00. not a lot of change, gusts up to 20 at times and the arrow pointing from the northeast as we get into the afternoon. we'll continue to see the same. mostly sunny skies, as a notable jump of temperatures coming. the winds will be breezy for some, could be breezy along the coast if you're going to the beach today, 73 degrees. 81 in san rafael. to the east, temperatures in the 70s along the east bay shoreline. alameda, going to be nice there. 83 in danville. 85 for the south bay. 8 -- 78 in redwood city. 76 in the city of san francisco.
always a lot going on in san francisco. if you're heading to tahoe, not sure why you would leave the bay area, if you're going to tahoe, it's going to be cool. the wind kicking up in our area has to do with our system that brings as a possibility of thunderstorm tomorrow for tahoe. this morning, they have scattered showers but it tapers off after about 11:00. slighty warmer. we get a cooldown on monday, increase in clouds on tuesday and scattered showers on wednesday. >> always good advice. >> rain coming our way or just a spit. >> we'll take it. it's as a technical weather term. we named it >> thank you. >> so some parents spank their kids because they believe it is going to stop bad behavior. a study says that spanking could lead to the bad behavior.
it says that spanking can produce negative results on children leading to aggression, anxiety and antisocial behavior. the more frequently they were spanked, the more likely to show negative paver. >> it may stop aggression, but we know that it increases aggression outside of the home. >> if a parent spanks their children aggressive behavior can be carried out onto the playground, with other kids, they suggest, time-out. coming up, a massive sinkhole explained in 20 minutes, what caused the ground to open up in march creating this crater that swallowed as a light pole and broke a gas line. as a documentary about a
rescuers pulled a survivor from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building in kenya. 7 died in the collapse. authorities fear that there will be many, many more victims there are still residents trapped in this debris. the 7th story building housed one-room apartments. kenya's president ordered police to arrest the building's order. authorities previously condemned the structure. the teen who took her own life after she was sexual assaulted and bullied on social media. the film premiered in the bay area at the san francisco film festival. audrey's parents hope this documentary will save lives and put a spotlight on the devastating effects of cyber
bullying. >> reporter: at this film festival, as hundreds of movie goers packed the theater, as a bitter-sweet night for the parents of audrey. her story told in a documentary. >> it's a tough night for us. it opens up wounds when we see the movie. >> not easy to relive the pain of the sophomore who back in 2012 passed out at a party and was sexual assaulted. photos of her half naked body blasted on social media. she committed suicide days later. >> it just takes one voice to stop an event that could go horribly south like it did in audrey's case. it could change forever. >> there's not that many. >> san francisco film maker and john made the film called
audrey. >> if i can go through this, of course, anyone can. what you decide to do with it is as a personal choice and i encourage anyone speaking out. >> movie goers felt empowered after watching the film. >> it empowers me to speak out about other issues, other circumstances that have torn me down or made me feel next to nothing. >> that's the goal. spreading a message of humanity and respect to honor awe country. >> i try to focus on the impact she's had. so many people through her passing and i think she would be pleased that this change is coming about. >> the film was shown at the sun dance film festival in utah. the plan is to roll it out and
get audrey's story to a wider audience. trump jumping fences. the gop convention continues today. will we see more of the same. up next, how that mother and father is being honored and the latest developments on the charges outside the doors, the sun is shining and temperatures are already climbing how high i expect to go today and into your bay area sunday coming up.
morning. i will come pain compare some in a moment. you can see the flag blowing we have the northeasterly breeze in store for today. as a wind advisory in the hills lasting until 10:00 and a lot of us getting in on the wind. santa rosa reporting as a a wind at 12. you have fairfield gusting to 31 miles per hour. outside, as a bit breezy, could be as a bit tough for the allergy sufferers some tweets coming in on that. for the higher elevations, it includes the north bay hills, the santa cruz mountains and goes until about 10:00 with the gusts 40 miles per hour in the hills. 62 degrees now in oakland.
63 in san francisco. 60 for mountain view. 59 in san jose. the east bay locations 63 concord as well as 63 in fairfield. to the north bay, upper 50s and low 60s to start your morning. these numbers are warmer in most cases, when i say warmer, warmer than yesterday. definitely going to feel it as you get out, santa rosa going to 85. san francisco expected to be 14 degrees warmer today going to 76. concord 84. san jose expected to hit 80 yesterday. yesterday, it was 74. when i come back, as a look at the afternoon highs for your neighborhood and we'll talk about the warmer weather coming in time for sunday more on that in a bit. thank you. turning now to the presidential race and this morning's
california gop convention. security is a concern following the violence that broke out against trump. five were arrested and 7 others injured including as a deputy. charges range from assault of a police officer to trespassing now it's day two of the convention and today's program is about to begin. >> organizers predicting a huge turnout. it may be one of the largest conventions in history. christian kafton is live for us we have ted cruz speaking at noon today. you said that the turnout is expected to be big with, you can't get any anymore, do you expect the emotions not as intense as yesterday? >> reporter: well, obviously, donald trump is a polarizing figure. as a lot of people coming out to see him. we're expecting big crowds, a sellout for the cruz speech today and carly speaking
tonight. both events soldout. convention goers are coming in. organizers looking to see how many people they can get in here and if they can see the candidates up close today. john kasich took the stage for the dinner banquet. his supporters say he's the leader that resinates with the area and can beat hillary clinton in the fall. >> i'm worried about a divided, polarized country and it does not have to be that way. >> donald trump making his way in past a group of protesters who were out here. donald trump saying that he's the man to beat hilary in the
fall. the convention continues today. ted cruz scheduled to address republicans this afternoon. his running mate to be the keynote speaker tonight. both events sold out. you can see not a lot of activity here in front of the hyatt now. a big change from yesterday. this time yesterday, the entire front was barricaded off and we saw as a large police presence they're calling out a call to bring others in to manage the crowds out here. clearly not the case with the same level of crowds. there could be protests today, so farring we haven't heard of anything and police are monitoring that activity. >> yesterday, i spoke with the california republican party, state chair here and he said that when it comes to the protesters, bring it as long as they're peaceful. have you had a chance to talk to the people going inside today? are they worried about
protesters or any delays or possible violence? >> we haven't had a chance to talk to them yet. the people that we spoke with yesterday said that they supported everyone's first amendment rights to speak with people as they will. they don't want to see any kind of violence. >> we appreciate it. >> time now is 8:35. a memorial service held yesterday for the couple killed in their home. hundreds said a prayer mourning the death. they reminded children to be good to their parents. the two have been charged with their parents' murders. they entered not guilty pleas
in san jose. a 15-year-old girl lost to gun violence. richmond police say her killing is one of two in the city this week alone. brandon was arrested this wreak charged with the murder. community leaders calling for an end to all of this violence. >> we have had additional officers since the recent spike in crime, based on what happened this week, we have added a couple additional units >> we're tired of the senseless killings and tired of losing our young folk to gun violence. >> on friday, a cease fire rally held in honor of a shooting victim. police have yet to release a description or any information in that case. campbell police searching for the man accused of stealing from as a store four times.
he's stolen more than $2000 worth of items from fries, each time a different car was waiting for him outside. if you have any information about the theft, call police. san francisco police need help to find a person of interest in connection with a sexual assault. they think that the man in this photo may have information about the case. it happened in the financial district about 1:30 in the morning. as a man and a woman met outside the hotel and went inside and he assaulted her. the investigators say he told the woman his name was surgi okay. g i oh, g i oh, one of the messages here, a picture of as a burned turkey with the question is that a ferguson turkey. some of the messages sent by as
a now retired lieutenant. >> those responsible are no longer police officers. earlier, defender released other text messages and said that the scandal may impact criminal cases. his officers have to attend an event by the end of the year. memorial service planned today for a lake county deputy who died while rescuing his son off of the coast. he tried to save his 11-year- old son caught by ocean waves earlier this month. he was already in the water a long time. he was rushed to the hospital and declared brain dead later that week. today oakland mayor is going
to host a panel discussion about how police interact with the community. it's part of the save oakland speaker series. the theme is fair and just policing. a law professor and oakland's police chief is part of the panel that starts at 3:00 at oakland city hall. crews are working to replace a 100-year-old rail bridge. they will stop at the station and they're providing bus service to the remaining stations across the city. work continues until monday. the city has released the results of a report that details what may have caused the 15 x 20-foot sinkhole that opened up in march. 8 straight days of rain wore down the soil around a 96-inch pipe near center street. the lack of soil created gaps underneath the salk the
sidewalk. it disrupted gas service to about 2800 customers it's still a mess out there because repairs are going to take a long time. a rally for the silver and black. what raiders fans are doing in hopes of keeping the teams in the bay area and where you can go to support the team. >> a look at breast cancer in the african-american community. why they say attended the conference could save lives
good morning to you. i just might say mother nature is sending us love today. look at that beautiful view over san francisco we have as a fabulous day in store. isn't it breezy? getting past that. we have some nice warm weather in store for the weekend >> i'll have the numbers coming up. >> a beautiful view and as a beautiful song. thank you. in about 15 minutes, thousands of people in san francisco and in pleasanton will raise awareness about premature birth. the march of dimes march for
babies walk kicks off. the pleasanton walk is at the fairgrounds. when it comes to breast cancer in the african-american community, there's some alarming disparities in detection and how quickly women get care. thank you for joining us. as a breast cancer survivor for six years, the manager of the institute program. thank you for joining us. now i want to start with you, tell me your story.
cancer almost 7 years ago. i will be a 7-year survivor this september first. >> how life changing was that event? >> very life changing. at this time, my daughter recently graduated from elementary school and i was diagnosed as a day or so before her tenth birthday. >> what did you take away from the experience that you want others to learn from. >> basically being diagnosed is not as a death sentence and with any illness, whether it's cancer or something else, you just to get informed. i thought about people who had died from the disease. atalked to the survive everies and they gave me wisdom. >> how will you different now in terms of what you do in ways to help others and you're now
sharing your wisdom with? >> i try to inform my community the way i was informed once i was diagnosed and try to reach out about breast health and cancer and let them know whatever you're facing, you can get through it. >> let me ask you about the conference, five years, it's starting in may again, tell me about what the goal is of the conference. providing high quality closely tailerred information to local bay area residents to reduce the burden and increase knowledge. african-americans have as a a higher death of rate. a rate of 41% higher than any other ethic group. >> why is that. there could be issues with the access of quality health care, the center for disease control put out a report that noted
that after african-american women are diagnosed, african-american women were followed 60 days the quicker you're diagnosed the better chance of survival. >> the broader community, you were theying, it's not just the african-american community affected by we all are. >> if it was someone in your family or someone close to you, you would want the best possible care and information and the best services. that's all we're asking. >> it's about saving lives. >> tell me about the
conference. there's still time, a great event. >> you have to get out the conversation is so important, keeping that conversation going. we'll turn the conversation now to weather. beautiful weather this morning. >> we have as a nice, big heatup coming our way in time for saturday, sunday looks warmer. it's as a gorgeous day, wall-to-wall sunshine and great views going on out there. the wind is really helping out as well. even as a wind advisory in the hills herself as a comparison from yesterday to today. anywhere from 5-10 to 15
degrees of warming today here's a peek into sunday. here's what is going on. as a ridge of high pressure over the pacific. you can see the winds circulating and bringing us as a north breeze and as we shift inland, we have as a system on the backside of california and this is bringing us the counterclockwise motion we're lodged 234 between and the northeast breeze is going to be with us today and tomorrow and you can see here the upper- level winds with the bars, we will continue with this. the winds expected to die down some in the hills by about 10:00 or so. the wind advisory expected to expire. i think that the winds will be with us for the entire day. not as strong but expecting them to be around. here's your forecast, for your day planner. it says heyward, berkeley, east
bay shoreline. your numbers are similar. by noontime, 71 degrees. upper 70s in the forecast. 5:00 or so, 6:00, you're thinking about dinner, maybe outdoors going to be in the 70s. as a beautiful hang out. 76 there. 78 redwood city. 76 in san francisco. low 70s, daily city, half moon bay, the extended forecast, keep talking about how gorgeous and a beautiful it's going to be. if you have a little one playing spring ball, they're going to be out and about, make sure they have the sun block and the water. we see a switch back to the on shore breeze, the low clouds coming back to the coastline
and cooling it back on monday. increasing clouds, a chance of showers and right now doesn't look like a big deal maybe 1/10" on wednesday. >> could change by the time we get there. there. the san jose sharks have their eyes on the stanley cup. the sharks beat the predators 5-2 and taking game one of the second round series. they score in the first two periods but caught fire in the final period. game two is tomorrow night.
the final day of the 2016 nfl draft begins in as a few minutes from now at 9:00. this will be rounds 4-7. looking at depth and perhaps if they're lucky, a starter or two. they're showing off their choices yesterday. we have 291-pound lineman. and then you have the sanford guard, joshuah is 6-4", 312 pounds. the man in the middle there, that's head coach chip kelly. on day two, the raiders took a pay of defensive lineman. he is now a raider. oakland drafted as a two-time captain at michigan state. later this morning, raiders fans meet in front of the headquarters to push for as a new stadium to be built here in oakland. raiders owner, mark davis, wants
the most run, allowed 13 to the expos. the mets barrage included as a grand slam by former a's outfielder. we'll air game 2 at 1:00 p.m. pacific time today. a fundraiser for as a bay area hospital is bringing in big names in entertainment. >> everyone knows i'm -- >> that's san francisco bays fan, stone foxes. the band will be joined by cold play and comedian and writer
bj. it starts at 8:00 and held at the fox theater in oakland. as a strange interaction between a woman and as a bear cub in up state new york. as a scream and then a laugh of relief. the cub found on the edge of the table as a few feet away from the table and the recording began and the bear looked over and hit the window pretty hard as you can see there and scurried away. the cub was as a little shaken. didn't appear to be hurt. the woman thinks that the woman looked at her and was curious about being recorded. those windows can be confusing at least the window was closed. had it not been closed, she probably wouldn't have been laughing >> i don't think that bear was hurt which is a good thing. >> it was probably just as a
little confused. >> the next series is set. coming up, what the trail blazers are saying act taking on the warriors we saw massive crowds at the convention before donald trump made his appearance. up next on what we're expecting today. it's the disneyland resort diamond celebration. don't miss your chance to see it all dazzle. come celebrate new beginnings like hyperspace mountain...
state gop convention rolls into a the second day. who is speaking today and what the supporters have to say. >> new details about as a shooting that injured six people in oakland. the information about one who just happened to be driving by. >> this is k tvu mornings on 2 weekends. >> good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2.
there's as a beautiful shot out there. tell me what we're looking at here. >> it's going to get warmer if you have outdoor plans, bring some sun block welcome to mornings on 2. >> good morning. let's get over to rosemary for the detail on the beautiful weather we can expect all day long. >> yes. that's what i love about the bay area. we have cool days and now as a few warm days and cooling it down, even a possibility of rain coming back, that's down the road. let's talk about the weekend giving you as a view here of alcatraz and the golden gate bridge. never getting tired of seeing this. looking at it all day long especially when the view is crisp and clear. we have clear skies for the entire day, the wind has been blowing throughout the
overnight hours and we have a wind advisory for the ill wills you don't have to be in the hills to feel the wind. looking at fairfield gusting to 44 miles per hour. sustained at 24. coming from the north. which means if you're driving along i-80 this morning, the wind is hitting right up against your car be prepared for you if you have an early-morning drive. we have the north winds. nevada gusting to 20. the wind advisory is for the hills, north bay, east bay and the mountains where winds are gusting 40-45 miles per hour. here's the numbers, we saw as a quick under the around this morning. 62 in oakland. 64 in mountain view. mid-60s outside your door in livemore it's already very mild out there. 62 alamo you may need an extra layer to
walk the dog, take as a hike, 10 degrees warmer in livemore from 24 hours ago and 7 degrees warmer to start your day in san jose. >> by noontime, 74 expected and be for the afternoon, going to 76. this is 14 degrees warmer than yesterday. here's the comparison. 78 yesterday, going to 85. concord, going to 84. san jose 6 degrees warmer going to 80. yesterday you hit 74. i'll have a tour coming up in a bit and checking in on the sunday as well back to you. thank you. new information on a west oakland mass shooting we're following this morning. investigators are telling the bay area news group that the victims were walking at 32nd street when more than one gunman walked up and just started shooting they shot five people in all. the victims' ages 24-30 years old. the sixth welcome advice as a woman just driving by the
scene. a stray bullet went through and sent glass into her eyes the shooting may be gang related. new from overnight, police are investigating as a shooting that left one woman dead. it happened after 12:30 on indigo oak lane. police say they have one man in custody and have not released details about the case. a deadly crash that happened around 10:30 on highway 80 on the off ramp. one car was involved. no other details have been released. authorities are on alert after the violence of the gop convention. two people hurt including as a deputy. five people were arrested. >> one man went to the event dressed like as a republican front runner donald trump. you can see him in the hat and he ended up getting into as a
shoving match with demonstrators. >> it's the racism and we are going to defend our people here fighting against racism by any means necessary. >> that was not the easiest entrance i've ever made my wife called and said there's helicopters following you and we went under as a fence and through as a a fence and felt like i was crossing the border, wallly. >> so many protesters, donald trump having to get off at the highway and walk into the back door. once he was at the podium, he spoke for 1/2 hour. he criticized the front runner hillary clinton and insulted his fellow republican challengers over and over again. senator cruz may have the last word, they're speaking at the convention.
>> christian kafton was there yesterday during the protests and there this morning at the hyatt where ted cruz speaks today. we talked about how much a difference a day makes in terms of the activity and the energy, are you seeing more people showing up now? >> we're seeing more here and you were here yesterday and you know that by this time, we had a null protest that was on our hands and out here in front of the hotel. if you look, you can see that the barricades are set up and there are large openings to get into hotel. clearly, they're not anticipating the crowds from yesterday. we're ready to hear ted cruz speak today. he's speaking today at lunch. his running mate will be the keynote speaker tonight. they're looking forward to hearing from cruz and his plans to lead the country.
>> his support for conservative values in the constitution and you know the fact he's going to keep us safe. the only one with a message. >> john kasich took the stage last night for the dinner banquet. his message that he can unite the republican party he resinates here in the bay area and you referenced donald trump making that dramatic entrance yesterday ducking into as a fence and whipped into the back entrance of the hotel. one supporter saying she would like to see him reach out to opponents. both events are sold out. republican leaders say it may be the highest attended gop convention in state history.
we're anticipating big crowd today. >> thank you. the democratic presidential candidates are making sure that they have a big presence here in california. the sanders campaign opening an office near the bart station in north oakland this morning. after losing several recent primaries, sanders is laying off hundreds of campaign workers and focusing his remaining on the primary. hillary clinton coming here on friday she's concentrating on next tuesday's indiana primary. trump has declared himself the nominee, so far, hillary clinton has not done the same she says that she will win but also says for now, she keeps plugging along and competing. our election coverage continues. you will find unedited video of
the clashes and more coverage of the gop california convention. as a valuable member of the warriors franchise is going to leave at the end of the season. they have agreeded to as a multiyear deal to coach the lakers he won two titles and then filled in for warriors head coach at the start of the season when he was recovering from back surgery. at 36 years old, he will become the active head coach. as a game plan for the warriors and their next playoff series, they face the portland trail blazers starting tomorrow. the blazers knocked off the clippers. portland is lead by oakland native, he scored 28 points and the victory, when the reporters asked him how the blazers could upset the champion warriors, he said, we're just going to go out there and we're going to
compete and we're going to put our best foot forward. the warriors may get seth back sooner than originally thought. curry then rehabbing his injured right knee is after the start of the series, but he's spending four to five hours at the practice facility getting back on the court as soon as a possible. >> it's the last treatment, three times a day, trying to get full range of motion back and doing some things to keep my cardio up. >> sean livingston is expected to start at point guard for curry and curry hopes to return for game three next weekend. here is the schedule for a second round of the playoff a game one. tomorrow at 12:30 at oracle. traffic and parking in that area could be as a mess, keep in
mind, there's also an a's game in the afternoon at the coliseum. warriors game two also at oracle, tuesday night 7:30. games 3 and 4 next saturday and monday and of course games 5-7 will only be played if necessary. >> you can help name the pair of falcons that hatched atop the pg and e headquarters this month. they have used the ledge as their nesting spot for years you can tweet three options at pgeforme. coming up, the winning names are picked by representatives and falcon lovers. setting things straight, uber clarifies its policy on tipping. >> severe storms hit texas and oklahoma. coming up, the damage left behind as the cleanup process begins. >>
widespread 60s out there, going into the 70s for some. looking good. thousands of people in san francisco and in pleasanton walking to raise awareness for premature birth. it started about 15 minutes ago. as a woman whose baby died last year at 36 days old is the embassador for this year's event. the walk is at the fairgrounds. severe flooding in texas this morning killed a grandmother and her four grandchildren. they were all under the age of and 9 and died after as a tornado touched down you can see it nearly flattened a sporting goods store. people are dealing with severe weather. there's been reports of hail the size of tennis balls ace train service is back to normal after a train derailed near tracy. it jumped the tracks yesterday
afternoon that caused delays for passengers traveling through. the problem fixed by 6:30. there's no word on what caused that derailment. you probably remember, two trains derailed and 200 were on the train here at the time. nine were hurt. as a mud slide pushed as a tree onto the tracks causing that derailment. as a job fair begins in 45 minutes and organizers expecting thousands to attend the event which is being held at the ballroom in san francisco. 30 companies are on hand and they include bang chocolate which sells chocolate fused with marijuana. one believes that california will follow colorado and pass as a measure legalizing the use. >> not only will it change the industry, we believe it will
drive 500,000 jobs to the state of california. in fact, the adult use of marijuana will be at our fair to recruit and get the word out. >> jobs at the fair range from cultivators, lab technicians and social media managers hundreds of bookstores are celebrating their local ownership as independent bookstore day. they're participating in the event including mo's bookstore in berkeley they host their own activities and entertainment. some have special offers for the day. there are 80 independent bookstores in california. for more, go to our web site and click on the web links. uber is reminding passengers that you do not have to tip. uber sent out a message reiterating that tipping is not
included, expected or required. it clarified its tipping policy after settling as a suit. drivers thought tips were included. some are saying tips are welcome. the weather is so beautiful, you should get out and walk. the sun is shining, the temperatures are up and rosemary is smiling. >> where are they going? >> it doesn't matter they should stay here. >> we have good weather here. as a live look at the south bay and temperatures in san jose, 63 degrees. mid-60s in livemore. 66 in oakland, low 60s san francisco and 62 in santa rosa. these numbers are awfully mild for 9:00 in the morning we saw as a quick turn around early on and those temperatures are going to continue to soar as we get into the afternoon well above average. the ridge of high pressure remains over the pacific.
we have a system now dropping down the the backside of californiament the winds, 15-25 miles per hour expected at times and gusting stronger in the hills where we have as a wind advisory. it expires, we're going to be breezy into the afternoon with mostly sunny skies and sunday looks very similar. sunday looks to be slightly warmer than today. here's the future cast on the wind speeds, 5-10-15 miles per hour reported in many spots this morning. we're looking at gusts to 40 around sfo and fairfield. the winds again, going to be with us and this could be the trouble we have today outside of it being unseasonably warm. the winds again continue in the northeast direction for today ad well as tomorrow. the afternoon highs, 5- 15 degrees warmer than yesterday. 83 expected today.
we have widespread 70s for the shoreline today. 76 in berkeley. low 80s for pleasanton. 84 for walnut creek. this is pool kind of weather for those inland locations, hopefully you have one in your backyard. 78 in santa clara. if not, head to the beach. 73 at half moon bay. low 70s pacifica. 76 at san francisco for the afternoon. mild to warm weather in store and i have a feeling as a lot of folks will be outdoors and feel like summer. summer as a repeat and we cool down as early as monday. if you don't like the heat, hold off and we're back to cooler weather, the on shore breeze coming back and the possibility of rain coming back to the bay area, tuesday night into
wednesday, increasing showers, the future cast wants to bring 1/10" or so, we have as a few days, some pools don't open until memorial day we're early. people going out the doors, have you noticed it's 80? >> exactly. >> are you going to be out there grilling? >> i'm not the griller. but you can come over if you want to use my grill. >> there's always a solution. >> i always get the short end of the stick. >> company. >> that sounds good. that might be as a plan. lets talk about spanking. there's an interesting new study. some parents spank their kids because they say it will stop the bad behavior, but this study says that it could lead to bad behavior. it shows that spanking can
produce to aggression and antisocial behavior. they looked at data. the study shows that the more frequently they were spanked is more often they show negative behavior. >> sometimes they believe it works because it might stop aggression in the house, but it increases aggress outside of the home. >> if a parent spanks their children, it can be carried out onto the playground with other kids. as a an alternative, a lot of times we talk about spanking and whether it's too rough, too much, like child abuse. but this is the study that is on effectiveness, which is as a different take. everyone is like spank. they are for it. >> i was never spanked as a child, were you? >> i was spanked as a child. >> it's an interesting take.
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we talk at a lot about the warrior, about hockey fans, they know they're not the only major sports team in the playoffs the san jose sharks won last night to take game one of their second-round series. the sharks couldn't score in the first two periods but they scored all of their goals in the second period. game two is tomorrow. the oakland raiders pulled off as a surprise on the final day of the 2016 nfl draft about 10 minutes ago, they selected michigan state conner cook there were talk that the niners
were interested in taking him. on day two of the draft, they took as a pair of defensive lineman as well. he is now as a raider. oakland drafted as a two-time captain at michigan state. the niners brought their choices to levi stadium on friday. see him on the right side and josh 6-4", 312 pounds and sandwiched in the middle, new head coach, chip kelly. his hands and feet were imprinted here outside of the theater. he's known for many movies like the god father and apocalypse now. he talked about how his films will stand the test of time.
>> i had to go through as a lot of years saying that's too crazy and not like the movies we're seeing over time, you know, time will tell. >> yesterday's ceremony was part of the turner classic film festival that wraps up tomorrow. talking about the weather. would you all the this hot? i would call it warm and if you're in the sun, could be as a bit hot. >> warm. >> beautiful, >> beautiful. >> a live look over the bay where that water is just glistening from the sun that's beautiful. depending on how you like it. 75 degrees, not the perfect kind of weather. do i stand 83. if i'm in the shade. you can take it. if i'm standing out playing baseball, could be warm. >> it's as a good reminder,
people come out when it hits the 80s, it's as a little jarring, you get in and go, wow. and then rain headed our way too. >> i'm ready for it. bring on the sun and a little drizzle later it's all good. >> that's why we love the bay area. >> that's right. thank you for joining us this morning. we're off a little earlier this morning. >> we'll have the latest developments on k tvu. have a great saturday, everyone. >> have as a great saturday. see you soon.
this is racing. let's go racing. >> when two drivers get together it's like pulling a pin out of a grenade. >> a bad crash here in talladega. just a very, very bad crash. >> oh, man. always exciting talladega. today, nascar sprint cup qualifying on fox to set the field for tomorrow's kwik 's g. 41 drivers at the ready. 40 will start the race. the 36 charter teams are locked in. so five drivers will run for the four remaining spots on day where there were showers late last evening, but shortened up the arco