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the predators. >> it is great. nashville didn't show up. sharks dominating. unbelievable. >> the sharks bringing the heat with the first goal on a powerplay. fans in downtown san jose. at the shark tank early on the intensity and nerves building a sold out crowd optimistic. the sharks have yet to win the stanley cup in the 25 year history. the last time they made it was 2011. >> i thought we would win it in 6. going to game 7 is a little
-- very nerve wracking. >> he has his 10-year-old son who didn't doubt. >> they always keep the game alive. >> first trip to san jose thinking they would prevail. >> it's okay i am here for game 7. >> in the end the sharks dominated. it is the closest they have gotten to the cup in a long time. >> the connection between the team and the city is strong and deep. the city feels good when the team does well. >> it has been so many years. we are going to keep going. >> you can hear the city is feeling good. the western conference finals now the sharks play the blues in st. louis. >> bring on the blues.
this is fantastic. outside s.a.p. center. >> thanks. new at 10:00 a sign of the times in san francisco, a few months after the gun store closed, the space is being reopened as a cannabis club. at the base of the heights. speaking about the change. >> julie is located. the gun store was in business for 6 decades. they will sell cannabis not guns. the store is nestled in bars and restaurants. inside the space is under
instruction. >> basic stuff. >> high hoped for the cannabis club. >> it seems like it sers supposed to happen. >> the collective just up the street, that club has been in business 10 years but faces eviction. >> it is a neighborhood place. it is a sign of the times. >> the manager of the gun store had to sell. one neighbor said the gun store is needed. >> it was good for those of us who use guns and have them. now we have to go to san mateo.
it is useless. >> high ceilings and ventilation. >> they will have plants for those who want to grow their own. >> keeping that in the community here hopefully will spread to the rest of san francisco. >> he hasn't gotten push back from neighbors. he hopes to get approval from the city and open in july. he also says this will be the cannabis club's new home for 5 years, the length of the lease. >> all right. thank you. now to the south bay where investigators are piecing together clues for a home
invasion for the santa cruz mountains. they are looking for evidence after a 52-year-old man was shot and killed on medrone drive. neighbors are stunned by what happened. >> shocking, unfortunate. it's something like this that doesn't really happen. >> police arrested this suspect. they say he sped away from the crime scene during a chase. a passenger was killed in the crash. two counts of false imprisonment and one count for burglary. >> new at 10:00, alameda county may change providers for inmates. the contract is up at the end of june. the county committee is
recommending that it is replaced by california medical group. it is facing criticism saying it is like getting rid of mcdonald's for burger king. a full year before the contract expires. >> we need to bring back to our riders the high quality service we have had in the past. we can only do that by focusing on all these issues that are coming before us. >> the new contracts give 3300 bart workers a 10 and a half percent pay raise. bart officials are looking for stability before a 3 and a half billion dollars bond measure and overhaul the system. the purchase of rail dampers to cut down on the screeching noise between balboa park and
daly city. part says it will need 4,000 dampers to do the job at $600,000. 4 members of the board of supervisors are calling for police chief greg sur to step down. it is after the frisco 5 renewed the crusade to get the chief fired. >> the strikers known as the frisco 5 want the chief fired. >> we have the frisco 500. >> until now the chief had the support of the board. >> the judges identified deficiencies. it is time for us to look for a new chief.
>> the panel launched by the district attorney lacked transparency with hiring and biased and policing communities of color. the supervisor no longer has -- >> how long have demonstrations been going on. >> they are unwaivorring in their support. >> it is all pure politics. it is headlining behavior. the chief under his leadership is moving forward with reforms. >> in those cases one had a stun gun, others had knives.
>> chief suhr is dedicated the past 30 years to serving the residents of san francisco. he has led the department through a difficult time. >> he has no intention of firing the chief. he is dedicated to implementing reform within the san francisco police department. ktvu fox 2 news. a convicted child molester tells us he will not offend again. >> it was a nice, warm day. temperatures tomorrow coming down 10 degrees. drivers know it. new numbers getting longer. >> playing baseball you
montgomery will be closed to traffic for repairs that will wrap up by noon on saturday. road work, accidents, congestion can make for a stressful commute. >> bay area roads are handling a heavy number of cars. >> it is 5:30 in the morning and i am hitting the road. trying to find traffic and it didn't take me long. it used to be the middle of the night. now it is like this in richmond. >> i am going 0 miles per hour. the speedometer is not
registering anything. i am probably going 2 miles per hour. >> the drive from the bridge took me 24 minutes and 27 waiting to get on the bridge. >> it is stop and go. >> we started at 5:30. it can take twice as long an hour later. traffic is getting worse. >> a lot worse. it is terrible. the traffic to me is hard to get out of san francisco. it is hard to come in to san francisco. on the weekends you have to leave at 8:00 in the morning to get out and beat the traffic. >> i commute down to san mateo a lot. it used to take me 30, 40 minutes now it is an hour. >> some days it is horrible. weekend is better but during the business days it is hard.
>> the metropolitan commission keeps track of traffic volume and transit systems like bart and cal train. traffic is significantly busier. >> it is absolutely true. >> bridge crossings and volume. >> we can get precise data at very specific times. >> they predict 4 million vehicles cross the bridge this year. the bay bridge hasn't seen the biggest increases. >> the bridge has seen a jump in volume with crossings for 2016. there was a 26 percent spike in
crossings with 1.6 estimated this year. there is more volume in the last 6 years. >> it is a simple explanation. it's jobs. it's the economy. you look at 2010 the bottom of the recession going through the subsequent years. we have more people on the roads, more people working. more work going on. you see this not only on the highways but on bart and cal train. >> after the morning commute when the roads are relatively clear you can get things done. from oakland you can get in and get out. that window is still there. it is closing. that's because the ntc, commute times are changing. it starts earlier and lasts
longer. this year the increase in traffic seems to be leveling off. some might find another way to get around. >> our fox 2 news app has live drive times. it is for smart phones, tablets and it's free. starting tomorrow a bridge is scheduled to close for major repairs. the embarcadero bridge will be closed 2 years between estuary park. they will add two bike lane and retro fit it. the bridge is not expected to reopen until may of 2018.
>> more humpback whales in the entrance to the bay. they had a couple of close calls with wind surfers. getting really close. it it is rare for humpbacks to be close in the bay. there are a lot of whales off the bay. we are seeing a lot of them. this is the system that will cool us off. the temperatures came up warmest day of the week. we will push more fog inland. winds are lowing out there now. there is moist air with this 13- mile an hour wind.
it is gusting at 25 at sfo. the fog is pushing into the neighborhood. here is what we had today. napa down 4 degrees. temperatures on the cool down tomorrow. more fog and low clouds as you go about your friday. what you can expect for saturday and sunday. >> coming up, san francisco mayor ed lee is making the homeless problem his property. there is a new department of homelessness and housing for the city. he is a recognized leader and has more than 20 years of experience. before taking this new job he was the director of the hamilton family center.
he is tasked with stabilizing 8,000 homeless in the city. a tax on sugary drinks, has signatures for a ballot measure. the problem is they missed the deadline to turn the signatures in by one day. that means the measure will not be on the november ballet. oakland has a sugary drink tax on their ballet in november. the s&p was off a fraction. it is a san francisco tradition. the barricades are out. registration numbers are way up. in san jose sharks offense
bought it didn't know it was stolen. >> police haven't made an arrest. they were driving a pick up with a teal or blue cab. the beta breakers race kicks off with the public expo. what you can expect on and off the course. >> there are changes. this race starts bright and early. there are new things added to the mix. >> 40,000 people are expected to participat . this year they
have an app to track progress. registration has increased over the past 3 years. >> people are starting to see the value and being able to get an under armor t-shirt. there are perks for registering. >> parked cars will be towed. policies have put to rest. >> alcohol containers will be asked to be poured out. >> naked runners. >> nudity will not be allowed. they will be asked to be covered up or subject to citation. >> barriers are ready for race
day. it is a big difference in recent years keeping people from crossing the line and reducing trash and other waste from ending up on people's door steps. they ordered a thousand portable toilets. >> it is more than the new york city race. >> thousands of people go through my street where i live. if you try to get out, it is impossible. stay home. >> the new site will be at pier 35. on line registration closes at midnight. you can ledgester tomorrow and saturday. >> a fun and entertaining event.
>> the san mateo police officer is under investigation for sexual assault. noah winchester was accused of sexual assault. he has resigned from the department. the investigation should be cometed in completed in a month. nervous neighbors. >> are you a threat to children in ? >> no. a plane makes a crash landing. 18 people walk away.
18 people walked away from a crash in lodi. the plane hit a truck and flipped over in a vineyard. the pilot suffered a bloody nose. no one else needed medical attention. skydivers went ahead with their jumps from another plane. a convicted child molester died in prison. he was serving 8 years for molesting 5 boys who went to his practice for counseling. the statute of limitations
passed for 50 other victims. a man was shot by officers who attacked his mother with an ax. neighbors say he suffers from mental illness he was subdued with a taser. he pulled out the prongs and struck his mom again. officerrers shot the man. the mother and her son suffered serious injuries and in stable condition. police issued a community alert about a sex offender. a man talked about life after prison. people are concerned. >> reporter: this happens over and over again, high profile
sex offenders ending up at a motel. it isn't oven a sex offender opens the door for questions. he is uneasy about being photographed. his mug shot has already been distributed. his address before this? state prison for 25 years. >> no one wants to have someone convicted of these crimes next to them. or responsibility is to notify people. >> are you worried? no problem. >> they didn't know he was a
sex offender. they wonder about repercussions. >> some want to kill the guy. >> his crimes, long term abuse will not happen again. >> how will you not molest again? >> i don't want to do it again. the trouble i got in -- i would have been drinking. >> there is a parole officer moving in. >> i have a daughter. >> kids in the neighborhood the news didn't go over well. >> you don't think you are a danger to children? >> i don't believe so. i don't think so.
>> that doesn't sound convincing. during parole he wants to stay in the county. he can only stay in one hotel at a time. >> is he worried about his safety? why fairfield? >> it is why his is committed. >> all right in fairfield, thank you. students from oakland's bella vista community remember arm and arm on 11th avenue.
it was to build new strategies. some had signs that said unity. the weekend is almost here. there is plenty to do. pets, craft beer and beta breakers. >> for your weekend, join in on the 105th beta breakers. it is the annually run race. in the east bay you can check out animals on broadway. the pet walk is raising what they need.
booths, a kid zone. it goes until 4:00. in the east bay, you can enjoy 30 breweries. the celebration will have free culture, music. warriors and sharks continue. >> still ahead. paul ryan's meeting with donald trump. >> i was encouraged. >> the full report and race for the white house. tracking the weekend forecast. what you can expect saturday and sunday. >> the nba confence finals.
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developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. now to the race for the white house. donald trump met with law makers on capital hill. the republican nominee didn't win endorsements but did ease fears about policy and his persona. >> he has built buildings and resorts. he came to bridge differences. >> we are getting there. i feel strongly about the border and trade and the military and to an extent i think paul is there also. >> deep suspensions of his
intention and opposition to his proposals. ryan found reason to be optimistic. >> i was very encouraged with what i heard from donald trump today. i believe that we are planting the seeds to get unified. >> he is still not ready to jump on board the trump train. >> this is a process. it takes time. you don't put it together in 45 minutes. >> after ryan. trump met with the leadership. no endorsements. it was my first opportunity to discuss the importance of the republican party, dreaming big
for everyone. some are warming up to trump. others are sitting out the election. he just can't understand. >> republicans to say i will not vote in this election, i am baffled by that. >> >> now to the democrats, bernie sanders is courting disaster sanders campaigned in south dakota. >> with your help here in south dakota on june 7th, we will be winning a lot more. >> clinton was criticized for
not releasing tax returns. >> why does he want to release them? we will find out. >> >> trump repeated he will not release his tax returns until an audit is completed. >> entertainment for a good cause. taste of spring. look at that. recognize the emcee. >> the forecast through the weekend and beyond.
oakland parks had a taste of spring to support and maintain parks for children. the emcee was bill martin. it included music by the orchestra, gourmet food and wine, entertainment and dancing. >> bill is here now looking at our weather. >> it was fun. good turnout. got a lot of money to the parks and rec. we will see temperatures back in the 70s, not 80s. slightly cooler. you can see it. it is spinning clockwise. it will release the fog and push a lot of fog well inland
with the sea breeze. a slower burn off. so tonight partly cloudy, slow burn. the pattern continues. not a bad pattern. tomorrow afternoon 73 or 74, the warm spots 70s for antioch. it is definitely cooler than it has been. the high pressure will weaken. i showed you the spinner. it takes fire danger off the table. it's not going to be a hot
weekend. it helps hay fever sufferers. santa clara valley, a beautiful friday. you will get it done. take a jacket and keep it in your car. it will be chilly in the evening. it will push in early. in the evening hours in say morgan hill, you will see a cool sea breeze developing early on. toward monday and tuesday, nice 5-day forecast. clouds, overall nice bay area week with a dry forecast into early next week. >> looks nice, thank you. >> we have the warriors and the western conference finals.
>> i feel like we should make frank do it. game 7, tension filled. not a lick of true drama. the sharks and fans love it. they dominated the smashville predators. sharks no longer an issue. it was a problem in the regular season but not in the post. power play taking advantage with his 9th goal. joel ward breaking free. up 2-0. not about to let it go. logan takes advantage. a designer goal.
power play situation, another steal. jumbo joe on the stop with a quick stick. they look so much quicker than nashville. 2 on 1. beautiful shot. put it away. a 20-save shut out. amazing but it could have been dangerous. on to st. louis sunday. game 1 of the conference final. >> say what you will about the sharks playoff history. it was a full dismantling of the predators. >> it was nice to see it was a
huge game for us. we have been able to get that first goal. to have that condition, it's at home glvment i think that was the key, not to get off the gas. >> sharks move on for the 4th time in history. remember, still 8 to go. half way to the ultimate prize, the stanley cup. >> game 1 sunday in st. louis. all we heard was popavich. they overlooked okc.
the way the giants have been swinging the bat, benny could walk out there with a shut out. one of the best pitchers in baseball. they beat greinke. the big one. randy johnson will throw out the first pitch in arizona. greinke will have a hit out by joe panic. first time they beat him. joe panic with the glove. beautiful play up the middle. two runs, 9ks, come the 9th
inning, he has control problems. he loads the bases with 2 outs. storming off the mound. he says get back here. you do not disrespect. lopez came in to get the final out. giants win 4-2. that's the sporting life for thursday night. that is baseball et etiquette 1a. >> join us tomorrow for mornings on 2. >> good night. no begging. no begging.
stella, you're breaking my heart here. what's breaking your heart is that sausage and bacon. can you just pick one? don't worry. i'm gonna burn it off on the golf course. [ chuckles ] how, jay? by riding the little cart or by kicking the ball back into play? here. i'm gonna take joe fulgencio to the park. can you please stop by the grocery store? why doesn't the nanny do this? gloria has fired five nannies. i don't like another woman in my house. i want to be the star. stars have nannies. you know that some of this is manny's fault. gloria: manny! so, marie, what do you feel like doing for dinner tonight? you're eating dino-bites because you are a little boy. mom! i'm telling you, there's an embarrassing press conference in that kid's future. we're getting married in seven months. or eight months. i worry about it raining in april. well, i worry about me sweating in may. oh, well, we can't decide on anything. there -- there are too many choices.