tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX May 14, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
a man is killed overnight in a highway crash on interstate 880 and two others rushed to the hospital. the chp now investigating. he's a little shaken up, in severe pain. sounds like he's on the road to recovery. >> a police patrol car hits a psychist in -- cyclist in the middle of a bike lane and it's on dashcam video. mornings on 2 starts now. that's a pretty picture, huh? >> gorgeous. >> happy saturday, everybody. it's getting a little lighter, a little bit earlier, a beautiful shot of san francisco and the fog and some of that dew is still lingering over the bay area. >> little cooler this morning when i got up. rosemary knows i'm wimpy in the cold air. i've got a parka i leave in my
trunk. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, may 14th. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank somerville frank -- >> it's very gray out there. >> i'm not so wimpy, right? >> temperatures running cool today. we can handle it. but definitely seeing temperatures actually quite similar to what we had yesterday. the cooldown began yesterday and for your weekend just subtle changes in store. let's start with a look at all that overcast sky, a view here at stormtracker 2, we even have the possibility of some drizzle coming our way, has to do with the weak system that is moving through, but for the most part we are looking at mainly dry conditions and, again, plenty of cloud cover this morning. here's a look at where some of that moisture actually remains over portions of northern california and we do have the slight possibility -- slight possibility of maybe a few sprinkles in the morning hour. you can see moisture off the
north bay coastline and as we move through the next few hours until we get into about noontime you may have picked up on a little bit of blue here and there. in any case, it's not really going to be enough to be any benefit, it's just going to be cloudy out there, it's going to be cool and again perhaps a few sprinkles to start your saturday. as we get into the afternoon, we will be partly cloudy, notice along the coast not so much. we are looking at mostly cloudy skies and cool conditions at the coast for today. that is sort -- that has sort of been the running trend for the coast over the last several days. 55 degrees right now in walnut creek, upper 50s in oakland, 55 in san francisco, mid-50s to start your morning half moon bay. north bay, 54 in napa as well as santa rosa and our south bay locations, santa rosa checking in at -- san jose checking in at 56. for the afternoon very similar how we ended the afternoon yesterday. when i come back i'll have a look at your afternoon highs for today and how we will end the weekend coming up. >> rosemary, thanks. new from overnight, chp investigating a deadly crash on
interstate 880 in oakland. happened after 1:30 this morning on highway 880. a vehicle was stalled, another car crashed into it. one man died at the scene and two were injured and don't know their conditions. investigators say they don't know why the car was stalled and it's too early to know if drugs or alcohol were involved. dashcam video shows a cyclist who had the right of way being struck by a police car. it happened on bike to work day. the incident illustrates how dangerous it can be to ride a bike in the city. >> reporter: keep your eye on the cyclist. this dashcam video captures him traveling in a green bike lane when a san francisco police car darts sideways and slams into him. >> the person biking looks like they are behaving like we educate people to bike in terms of how to bike safely. >> reporter: chris with the san
francisco bicycle coalition says the video shows the accident was preventable. >> they are required by law to not smash into you. a person biking has the right of way like anybody else using our roads. >> reporter: the crash happened thursday at second and mission streets recorded by an uber driver using a dashcam app called nextar. their goal is to alert drivers and riders of dangers on the road in realtime. >> connecting and all of those phones in order to help each other protect everyone on the road. >> reporter: the tel aviv based company launched the app in february. they have already seen dozens of hazards, accidents and bad drivers caught on camera in the bay area. >> we try to understand what's happening so we can warn you. >> reporter: san francisco police are aware of this video, they have launched an accident investigation and internal investigation. they say the officer summoned medics who took the bicyclist to the hospital. >> at the end of the day, people are going to make mistakes, do dumb things and that's why we need better infrastructure. we need safer streets and those
come in the form of protected bike lanes. >> reporter: cassidy tells us the man who is hit is recovering from fractured bones and a leg injury. he's an experienced rider who has been cycling in san francisco for 25 years. >> he's a little shaken up, in some severe pain. sounds like he's on the road to recovery. >> reporter: the bike coalition hopes the police department conducts a thorough and transparent investigation as part of standard protocol, that officer is no longer allowed to drive until those investigations are complete. reporting in san francisco, cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. >> and you can go to ktvu.com for more of the dashcam video of that accident. you can find it under must see video in our web link section. oakland's mayor and police chief say they plan to get to the bottom of a scandal involving three police officers accused of sexual misconduct with a teenaged girl. the department launching an internal investigation after another oakland police officer committed suicide last fall, that officer reportedly left behind a note detailing accusations about sexual
activity between the officers and the daughter of a police dispatcher who was 16 years of age at the time. yesterday the mayor, libby schaaf said the alameda district attorney is now conducting an independent investigation. >> we know that this department needs to be the trusted guardians of the community and we cannot do that with this type of cloud over the department. >> we will not tolerate criminal misconduct on the part of our police officers. we will hold them accountable, we owe that to the residents of oakland. we owe it to the hard working men and women of the opd. >> three accused officers are now on paid administrative leave. their names have not been releast. elementary school in san jose will get cleaned and sanitized again this weekend after a stomach virus sickened more than 100 students and six teachers. the outbreak started at the horseman elementary about two weeks ago. administrators say the school has already been deep cleaned
but it will be sanitized once again to stop the virus from spreading. the school has also been trying to limit contact between the students so they have been eating their lunches in their classrooms and some school activities have also been cancelled. well, in santa clara authorities are trying to figure out who vandalized an historic and controversial symbol in the south bay. between thursday night and friday morning, some person or group tagged a 14-foot granite latin cross at memorial cross park. the cross has been there since the 1950s when the santa clara lions club donated to mark the site of an 18th century catholic mission. they removed the graffiti from the cross yesterday. >> that's so mean to do because it stands for god, the cross, so whoever did that maybe has no religion. >> the cross was the subject of a lawsuit filed last month by a santa clara atheist and the freeman from -- freedom from religion foundation that advocates the separation of church and state. the santa clara man spoke to
ktvu off camera and says the cross violates the first amendment. authorities aren't sure whether the vandalism is connected to the lawsuit or if it was a random act. turning now to the warriors road to the championship. the oklahoma city thunder touching down here in the bay area over the weekend for the western conference finals. it all starts monday night. banged up warriors using the time, though, to heal up this week. dray monte green -- andrew bogut doing a shootaround. steph curry is close to 100% from that sprained ankle and knee. >> get refreshed and rejuvenated mentally and physically and just be ready to play. defensively we got to stay focused to try to make them take tough shots even though they are probably going to make some tough ones, rebound the ball and don't turn it over. that's our recipe against them. >> game one set to go at oracle
arena, tipoff at 6:00 monday night. series pitting the players who have won the last three nba mvp awards, the thunders kevin durant, he won it in 2014, and of course mr. curry who won back-to-back mvps. the warrior leads the team in nba in merchandise sales with a whopping 450% increase from last year. anything steph curry related is also skyrocketing up 130% from last season. fans tell us they have spent hundreds of dollars just this year on warriors gear to celebrate the team's success. >> they have a lot more special merchandise, just different from the regular warriors merchandise. >> oracle arena was packed yesterday. fans had the chance to snap photos with steph curry's two
mvp trophies. the wait was long but fans say it was worth it. the wife of warriors star steph curry is taking part this weekend in a special cooking demonstration. >> that's right. aisha curry is one of the main attractions at this year's sunset magazine celebration. top chefs are going to be there to show off their skills and feed some lucky fans. >> yeah. ktvu 2's christien kafton live up in sonoma with a little preview and -- >> don't hurt yourself, christien. >> pruning a bush. what's up? >> don't hurt yourself. oh, you have little faith, claudine. i think these are pretty dull, though. they didn't trust me with the sharp ones and also said, dude, don't really cut the trees. >> did they really say dude? >> reporter: yeah. >> when they send you out on a story, they say dude? [ laughter ] >> reporter: you would be surprised. i get duded quite a bit. >> all right. >> reporter: this is one of the sunset celebration gardens. this is obviously a professional gardner curated this area and set up this amazing garden. we are going to have more about this garden and other gardens up here for the sunset
celebration. really incredible. and if you guys read sunset like we do at my house, my wife has a subscription, she loves it so much she actually got my mom a subscription so we are definitely a sunset household. this is the celebration weekend and if you know anything about sunset, you know it's about travel, it's about home and garden, beauty, all that kind of stuff. irene edwards, editor in chief, who we already have so much in common. we both went to northwestern. we are trying to figure out who we knew in common. >> hi. >> reporter: good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: great event. it is called celebration weekend for a reason. it's a celebration of all things western, right? >> all things western. we bring the pages of sunset magazine to life so this is our 18th annual celebration weekend event, but it's our first wine country location, cornerstone sonoma. >> i know, unbelievable. i loved this as soon as i saw it, the sunset logo, all done up with succulence, which is, you know, if we are talking gardening, especially here in california we are talking about drought tolerance and that kind
of thing. >> with you love our craft cocktails. we've got an outdoor kitchen where cooking demos are coming up, alicia curry, tanya holland. we are making recipes for my sunset book. >> you said air streams. we are going to take a look in one of those later this morning but that's what this is about, a lifestyle magazine that's about that western lifestyle travel and really getting to see the west and take advantage of everything that we have out here on the west coast. it's amazing. >> exactly. it's all the good things that we love and enjoy. >> okay. so let's talk about what people can expect today. oh, you're not off the hook yet, irene. i told her we were going to sit on the giant adirondack chairs. >> oh, no. >> reporter: oh, no. it's hard for you to tell so irene is petite. she will be struggling to get up. what time does the event start today? >> i will hoist myself up here. yeah. so the event is at cornerstone sonoma, it starts at 11:00 and
it ends at 5:00 p.m. saturdays and sundays so come on and join us, it's going to be a great day. >> get your morning cup of coffee and come out. it's a blast out here, we have a lot more to come. we are going to take you inside of the gulf streams later on. >> you're not sitting on the chair yet. >> i can't reach the chair. >> reporter: a lot more details coming up at 6:00, guys. >> sounds good, christien. and i toured the jack london headquarters down the street from where we are, an amazing space but when they moved from the peninsula they had it all in one spot and now they have split it so very cool to see both sides. >> that is a big chair. >> it's a really big chair. coming up, more controversy over the new transgender bathroom law. coming up at 8:00, the reason why one politician says he's taken a stand in the southern state even though it could cost taxpayers billions of dollars in federal funding. from a living wall outside to famous works of art inside. we are going to take you inside the brand-new sf momo which
good morning. happy saturday. giving you a live look at overcast skies in san jose this morning. all of us waking up with cloudy conditions, even patchy drizzle a possibility for your morning hours. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood on this saturday coming up. >> looks like a perfect day to head to a museum maybe. >> yeah, good segue. after three years of
renovations, today the new san francisco museum of modern art is set to open its doors to the public. this morning mayor ed lee is going to be there to celebrate this reopening. >> it's been closed for over a year, year and a half, i think. ktvu's brian flores gives us a little sneak peek at some of the exhibits inside and outside the new look museum. >> reporter: transforming the new san francisco museum of modern art took hard work but also, and as you would expect from an art museum, a lot of creativity. >> our gallery spaces are greatly increased, we have now the largest space devoted to photography of any museum any where in the country. >> reporter: and all that extra space is what you will notice immediately. sf moma has expanded to 10 stories, 170,000 square feet of new and renovated indoor and outdoor galleries, tripling the size from the old museum. showcasing works of modern and contemporary art from artists like andy warhol, photography
showcasing the history of our state to the distinguished collection of doors and donald fisher. >> we have seven floors of gallery space and a whole space of great exhibitions for people to is see. >> reporter: this living wall on the third floor, 28 feet by 150 feet of plants, mostly from northern california. >> got 19,000 plants and they are all species, got our native to northern california, it's kind of in a shady spot so they are all things you would find growing in a redwood forest. >> reporter: the living wall also comes complete with an irrigation system that uses condensation and storm water which is recycled. but the building itself is a work of art. the tiles used on the outside were of fiberglass reinforced follow mer which is -- polymer which is very strong and very light. museum officials say although the building is bigger than before, it's actually -- it actually weighs lighter than before too. >> we have a sculpture terrace on the third floor, new cafe on 5, a new coffee bar on 3. >> reporter: and amazing new
views of the city that were not seen before. also from now on the museum is free to people 18 years old and younger. the museum hopes that this new sf moma will inspire new artists in the future. in san francisco, brian flores, ktvu fox 2 news. 40,000 people in different stages of wardrobe are expected to run in tomorrow's big beta breakers race. this morning runners can pick up their packet at bay to breakers expo, opens from 9:00 this morning until 5:00 this afternoon. it's at the pier 35 on the embarcadero at bay street. it is open to the public. it features the latest in fitness technology gear and nutrition. on friday the 9:00 show, the race director chris holmes talked about balancing family fun with the event's famous care-free attitude. >> we want to be able to still have fun with everyone coming out to the race and we still want to keep the spirit there in san francisco and we really work closely with city officials to make sure it's
safe for everyone but still a fun event at the same time. >> city has since banned alcohol, drugs and nudity at the race. the 7 1/2 mile course starts at howard and main streets, takes runners up the infamous hayes street hill through golden gate park and ending at the great ocean on the highway. more information on beta breakers tomorrow morning. have you ever run it. >> these weekends make it difficult. i will tell you they ban nudity but -- >> that's not always the case. you never know who might be coming up that hill, you know. >> you never know. our photographers always have -- >> you have to catch that news person before you can find them, right? >> or let them go by. >> this is what rosemary calls great running weather. people like this. >> tomorrow morning a lot like today, cloudy, cool, great for the runners. christien kafton will be out there, i will be out there
doing weather. we will be showing you all the folks in costume. make sure you join us tomorrow morning. this morning waking up with gray skies, those clouds rolled in by about 9:00, 10:00, they were coming into the east bay, even a little bit sooner than that over portions of the north bay and we are waking up this morning with it stretched across the bay and well inland. 54 degrees right now in santa rosa, 57 san francisco, 59 in oakland, upper 50s livermore, san jose 56. so mostly cloudy start to the day. we will be slow to clear as we get into the afternoon and temperatures a little cool for this time of year. here's a look from up above, again, widespread well inland all the way into the central valley, we are looking at cloudy conditions, has to do with the system that's actually bringing a little bit of rain to northern california, we could see a little bit of patchy drizzle, that should be about it. here's your futurecast model, we get through the morning hours, i'm going to stop it for you here, about noon, notice, again, struggling, some of us to get from under the clouds, we have low clouds along the coast, peninsula, into the east
bay, finally beginning to burn off. the inner east bay, partly cloudy to mostly sunny by your lunchtime but looks like we are socked in over the north bay for your lunch hour. and then as we get into the second part of the afternoon, continuing to peel back, i think we will be mostly cloudy and cool the entire day for most of the coast and our temperatures here show a lot of 60s with our warmer spots getting into the low 70s. here's a look at hayward, expected for today. i say this, i will say it again, berkeley, san leandro, oakland, all of us, alameda, very similar here so by noontime 65 degrees and then mid to upper 60s expected for the second part of your day. temperatures warming a whole whopping 10 degrees for the entire day from start to finish. 67 degrees for kentville that afternoon, 69 expected for the novato, east bay, upper 60s for the east bayshore, low to mid- 70s for our warmer spots inland. into the south bay 73, expected for morgan hill, 72 san jose, these numbers very similar to yesterday, 63 san francisco, 71 redwood city. your extended forecast with
your bay area weekend always in view, not a lot of change for sunday, we will get back to a warmup on monday. >> yeah. popping a couple '80s there -- 80s there. >> yes. if you like the warmer weather, do we want to talk about monday? not yet. >> we will wait and see. >> it's saturday. >> it's saturday. all right. thanks, rosemary. despite the warming temperatures, springtime in the sierras bringing a dusting of snow at the ski resort thanks to a schmoe making system called the snow factory. that snow machine is used when temperatures are above freezing. officials say the machine works at any temperature. that's cool. and it is going to provide snow at boreal all summer long. it is located along interstate 80 near lake tahoe and is the first resort in north america to use that snow factoring machine. >> wow. get the boards ready for june and july, right? >> yes. a new jersey family has finally claimed last week's $429 million powerball jackpot.
crews are working to replace an overcrossing at riverside avenue. it's graduation day at uc berkeley, nearly 30,000 students, family members and staff are expected to attend today's ceremony. facebook's ceo cheryl sanburg will give this morning's commencement speech. the ceremony starts at 10:00 this morning. and the family of 8:00 who won the $429 million powerball jackpot have come forward to collect all their money. the smith family from new jersey, bought the sole ticket for wednesday's drawing. the family chose the lump sum payment, that's $284 million before taxes, smiths say they have received define intervention to decide on those winning numbers. mbers. >> it was a big shock when we were the only ticketholder. it was like an affirmation from
god. >> our mother bought the ticket -- >> the smiths say they plan on using the money to pay off their mortgages and student loans and they give back to their community. they got a family of eight? >> yes. but they have a lot of millions now. >> yeah. >> going to be all right. >> congrats to them. 7:28. a family of four rescued from water off the pittsburgh marina. we will tell you what went wrong and how they are all doing this morning.
taking a look at some of our top stories, we are following on this saturday, chp is investigating a deadly crash on interstate 880 in oakland, happened just after 1:30 this morning near interstate 980. investigators say a vehicle was stalled in the southbound lane and another car crashed into it. one man dead at the scene and two others were injured but we don't know their conditions this morning. chp says a third car was also involved but no one in that car was hurt. well, san francisco police have launched an investigation into a crash involving an officer and a cyclist. a dashcam on an uber car recorded the incident which happened on thursday at second and mission. the cyclist was in a green bike lane when he was hit. he suffered broken bones and a leg injury. we are told as standard protocol the officer is not allowed to drive until both accident and internal investigations are complete. and after three years of hard work and renovations, the san francisco museum of modern art will reopen to the public today. there will be entertainment, a ribbon cutting ceremony with the mayor starting at 8:30 this
morning at the museum on third street near mission and howard. the museum has nearly tripled in size and includes new indoor and outdoor galleries and it was pretty nice before but i can only imagine now. >> yes. >> pretty snazzy. 7:32. it will be a nice day to go out to the moma. >> it's gray and gloomy out there for a saturday, huh? >> yes, maybe a trip to the museum or a movie or a few like running in the cool weather now is the time to get outdoors. cloudy skies, widespread this morning and they will be very slow to clear as we get into the afternoon, temperatures will be a tad cool for this time of year. may gray for your saturday. giving you a live look here across the bay and the golden gate bridge in the distance, all we see is gray. i think i do see just a bit of a glow there. by the second part of the afternoon we will tear away to partly cloudy skies but it's going to take a while. take a look at just how widespread it is. we have it all the way inland, even into the central valley they have clouds this morning. it has to do with the system
bringing a little bit of rain to northern california. you can pick up some right here. here's your futurecast model, i'm going to run you through the next few hours, you will notice maybe a sprinkle or two so we will leave in the slight possibility of some drizzle for the first part of the day favoring the north bay as we get into the second part, though, we will again turn partly cloudy, partly sunny along the coast i think it's going to be cool the entire day, here we are at lunchtime and still really tough to clear. we are barely beginning to see some burnoff for the inner east bay and then as we get into 2:00, 3:00, becomes a little bit better, i'll stop it for you at 4:00 in the afternoon, we are cloudy at the coast, partly cloudy elsewhere and again temperatures will be on the cool to mild side. 55 degrees right now at half moon bay, we have 55 to start your morning in san francisco, upper 50s for the east bay shoreline, a lot of 50s, we are all on board here, low 50s napa, santa rosa, mid to upper 50s inner east bay. as we get into the afternoon, temperatures in the 60s, a few low to mid-70s, i'll have the number for your neighborhood
and we will round out the rest of the weekend in the extended forecast coming up. well, there is a new development in a legal and health battle in the sacramento area that has similarities to the -- a judge has granted a one week extension to the family of a young boy who is fighting to keep him on life support. an appeals court may now have to weigh in. the 2-year-old was declared brain dead following what appeared to be an asthma attack that led to cardiac arrest. his family wants time to find a long-term care facility for israel but his doctors say that would only derive him of the -- deprive him of dignity of a -- her family won the right to keep her on life support. they eventually moved her from oakland's children's hospital to a new jersey facility. family of four is recovering this morning after being rescued from the waters near the pittsburg marina. according to the east bay times, a couple and their five and 2-year-old daughters were found in the water just before 5:30 last night. rescuers say they had been cruising around the delta in a personal watercraft when they
hit choppy waters. both children and the woman were taken to the hospital for hypothermia. the man was treated at the scene and released. firefighters say they were all wearing life jackets. 25-year-old man is recovering this morning after he was shot while driving along interstate 80 in hercules. the victim was driving eastbound near pinole valley road late thursday night when someone in another car pulled alongside and opened fire. he was shot twice in the leg, crashed into the center divide. nobody else was injured. investigators say there have been at least 20 highway shootings in the bay area since november. >> this is obviously an epidemic. this is a crisis, our public is suffering due to this and i really think that the state should be working with caltrans. >> and just a few days ago a mother of four was shot and killed on highway 4 in pittsburg. pittsburg's police chief plans to ask the city council on monday to put cameras on highway 4 within its city limits. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick says his state is willing to give up billions of
dollars in federal education funds in the transgender bathroom controversy. patrick says texas is not going to follow the policy that allows transgender students to use bathrooms to match their chosen identity. he says he will come up with roughly $10 billion in education funds. >> the president wants to pull funds because families don't want 14-year-old boys showering with 14-year-old girls and 8- year-old boys going to the bathroom with 8-year-old girls. he will be taking money from the poorest of the poor. >> a task force with the house judiciary committee plans to review the administration's guidance on the issue. turning now to the race for the white house. ktvu spoke one on one with democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders and although he trails hillary clinton in the delegate count, he believes he can pull off an upset in june in california's primary. >> and in general what we do is put our resources in the strong grass root organizations, knocking on doors, making
telephone calls, doing face-to- face contact with the people. bottom line is, we think our message is resonating in california. >> hillary clinton will stump in louisville tomorrow ahead of tuesday's kentucky primary. her husband, former president bill clinton is becoming far more visible on the campaign trail. he spoke at a new jersey college yesterday. he told the crowd that hillary has a success record of dealing with republicans. the clintons have appearances together here in the bay area later this month. and on the g.o.p. side, more republican lawmakers are throwing their support behind presumptive nominee donald trump. reports from capitol hill say he now has the endorsements or support of some 68 members of congress. that's out of a total of 300 republicans currently in the house and senate. white house speaker paul ryan has not announced his support yet. trump aides believe he will come on board, though. in the june primary voters will be asked to choose among
-- a recent field poll shows two democrats are leading the pack. camilla harris and loretta sanchez. republican businessman ron and former g.o.p. state chairs tony del ba caro -- are in single digits. you should expect to see more political ads hitting the airways. first campaign commercials yesterday. the chair of uc berkeley's political science department says california systems where the two finners -- the two top finishers in june face off in november could actually help sanchez. >> i think the question is in a top two situation, if sanchez does make the runoff, will she be able to draw in republicans and independents to make it a much closer battle in november? >> well, republicans not giving up in this rare chance to win an open senate seat. both barbara boxer and dianne feinstein have represented california for more than two decades.
if you have not registered to vote, you have until may 23rd to do it before the june primary. the last day to request a vote by mail ballot is may 31st. the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. foodies and gardeners out there are joining forces this weekend at an annual bay area festival. >> the sunset magazine weekend celebration has moved this year to the wine country. ktvu reporter christien kafton live in sonoma with how to turn your garden into something you would see in the pages of sunset magazine. christian, just beautiful out there. >> and unbelievable. so before you guys saw me here in this garden taking credit for it. truth is, i got to come clean, i had nothing to do with it. stephanie bitner from homestead collective designed this beautiful garden. one of the cool things about the garden is all of it's edible and essentially moving through the year, right? >> this is our ode to the back yard orchard and it is a seasonal walk through back yard fruit trees so we start with early season apricots and actually end with heirloom
apples. >> if you're talking food, you are absolutely talking my language and that's one of the big trends in gardening right now, it's not just beautiful gardens but making something useful you can eat and enjoy and that's part of what this garden features. it's a lot of stuff we can eat. i recognize this, a beautiful tomato plant. >> it is a beautiful tomato plant. this section of the garden is all about production and creating a really beautiful space that has edibles. this is a cherokee purple heirloom tomato. these are -- >> bush? >> no. bush cucumbers. there's a baby one right here. >> look at that. >> they are growing. >> that would be perfect for pickling right now. >> i get a little bit bigger and then really the centerpiece of the garden are these arches and we have single varieties of cherry tomatoes growing on these arches underplanted with flowering basil. they are basils that you allow to flower. >> you were telling me about this amazing greenhouse, which i don't know that everybody can fit a greenhouse like this in
necessarily but if you can, highly recommend it. it's amazing, right? >> it is. we really love this greenhouse. it really connects this base through the entire property. you can see through the beautiful gardens of cornerstone, through this greenhouse, and then we have some of our succulence here, other parts of the garden we are not showing right now include a lot of drought tolerant plants. we live in the western state. we are in a drought state so we have a lot of really beautiful low water plantings. >> absolutely. and these are beautiful and that's one of the amazing things i think people think succulence, they are not going to get a whole lot of color out of them. this is part of what you can enjoy at the sunset celebration. we are looking forward to trying to get into one of those gulfstreams, little arrow stream. if you take a look over there, they might give me the keys to one of those later on. guys, there's so much to do up here. i've been kind of wandering around between our live reports and it's really pretty amazing up here and gorgeous. >> what time is it open for the
public? >> reporter: 11:00. they open the doors at 11:00. there's still a little bit of stuff going on behind the scenes. but they are telling people have your cup of coffee now, get in the car, start coming up to sonoma county. absolutely beautiful. >> we have on the screen for viewers the times now, 11:00 a.m., as christien said, it will go until 5:00 p.m. today and tomorrow. you're looking for the address to put in the gps, there it is on your screen, 23570 arnold drive and that is in sonoma so, you've got plenty of time to get there and the weather looks great. >> perfect. coming up the warriors not only breaking records on the court but at the cash registers as well. just how much fans are spending on all the new gear to show their support for the warriors. learning your limits. >> and cross fit athletes from across california getting ready for day 2 of a big competition being held in southern california. we talk to a group of athletes
a groovy start to the day, giving you a live look into san francisco. isn't that a beautiful view? we have a little bit of sunshine attempting to poke through all that cloud cover out there. mostly cloudy skies to start the day. we will be partly sunny, partly cloudy for the afternoon, temperatures a bit cool for this time of year. i'll have a look at what you can expect for today. we will take a look at the forecast for beta breakers coming up. >> nothing says saturday like a little earth, wind and fire.
>> exactly. this weekend athletes from all across california will take the next step if their quest to be crowned the fittest on earth. the cross fit games will be held in july at the stub hub center in carson but to get there you have to make it through regionals. >> that's right and we are in day 2 of these three-day regional competitions that are being held in california, top five man, top five woman, top five teams. that is alexander pachelle. that is the final wrap of one of the two competitions. she finished there in that event so excited for her. and then the team also from the same diablo cross fit gym, we talked to them about what it takes to get ready for this elite competition. >> get up. that a girl.
>> at diablo it's about both individual competition -- >> i am sandra pachelle, competing as a individual for diablo cross fit. >> and it's about the team. >> ipart of the diablo naho team. >> i'm jamie lee, a coach and athlete at diablo cross fit. >> i'm kitlin cross. >> men and women who are defined in many ways. >> i am a coach, i am a wife and i am a sister-mom. >> i have a competitive background. came from collegiate baseball. >> reporter: but who all have the cross fit games in their sight. >> want to win a game with my team. >> to make the cross fit games as a team and win the whole thing. >> make the cross fit games and if i make it, my goal is to place top 10. >> reporter: they do and prove they are some of the fittest athletes on earth. >> i think it's pretty hard. i mean, it's a huge time commitment and there's a lot of
incredible athletes out there that didn't even qualify. >> reporter: it is a goal that won't come without work. >> just getting the daily work that people don't see on a daily basis, coming to the gym at 8:00 in the morning when you don't want to work out, staying for three or four hours, coming at night when you get off work when you don't want to work out. >> reporter: it doesn't come without humility. >> if you want to be better, you need to constantly face what you're not good at. you need to face your fears and that takes a little bit of a toll on your confidence, a little bit. not only are our muscles sore but our egos are a little sore sometimes. >> reporter: and it doesn't come without self-doubt. >> i'm not going to lie and say there are not times when i don't want to quit. >> there are definitely days and week periods when you -- where you don't want to do anything. i think that's one of the hardest parts. >> reporter: they know what happens when they don't commit. >> then we will fall short like we did last year. my first year competing we did not -- i played, unfortunately,
a role in that so i worked on my weaknesses. >> last year i had a little issue as far as i wasn't prepared and i was a weakling on the team and for myself this year i have worked on all my weaknesses. >> but commitment is not just about success but how you face your weaknesses and so they work. >> there's a lot of mental strength involved just trying to always kind of challenge yourself and, you know, learning your limit and kind of constantly trying to push those limits. >> reporter: they work when they don't want to. >> i can't do my job, it's going to affect our team, you know, and that's something that we can't have. >> i have people counting on me now so i got to put the work in. >> reporter: they work because they need to. >> i don't like failing. when i do something, i like to put my all into it. >> reporter: sacrificing food. >> i like pizza and i love chocolate. >> reporter: and partying. >> kind of have to be sipping water in the corner and you've got to take it on as a
lifestyle. you got to make sure you're in bed early and we are not a whole lot of fun outside of the gym sometimes. >> reporter: they do it because -- >> i love doing it. >> it's fun. i've been doing this for 10 years and every year it gets funner. >> reporter: and because they know. >> most important thing is you have to believe you can do it. >> reporter: and hard work pays off. >> i am dedicated, i can work really hard. i may not be the fastest, the strongest, but i will outwork a lot of people. >> reporter: if you commit, you get results. >> we are on the podium at the end. >> reporter: and there are few things sweeter than that. >> seeing the faces of all of the rest of our community, family, friends, it's a proud moment. >> trying to get that one special moment, again, worth the whole year. >> are you tired? >> i'm not feeling worthy. >> are you tired? >> i did the stair master yesterday. does that work? >> yes, it does. >> oh, my god. a lot of weight lifting going
on there. >> good luck to them today. i know alisandra, her first event is littery two hours from now. tomorrow they go. >> and they sound so determined to go out and do it. >> dedicated. >> i know. >> we are going to hide behind the weather wall. >> right. all the smoke and mirrors of tv, right? don't have to work out. we have cloudy skies. if you are thinking about getting outdoors, it's a nice morning for a run, if you like it cool, you like it cloudy, we are looking at the east bay hills and as we take a look across here, stretching from the east bay all the way into the north bay, south bay, along the coast, all that cloud cover, low clouds, mid and high level clouds, we have a weak system that is actually moving through the state and that is what has beefed up the marine layer, brought the onshore breeze back, driving our temperatures down just some. 54 in santa rosa, 57 right now in san francisco, oakland 59
degrees, livermore upper 50s and san jose checking in at 56. yesterday morning, this morning very similar when it comes to cloud cover, temperatures were all in the 50s, here's a look at your stormtracker 2, here's a look at the center of the storm and you can see areas like oregon and washington getting some rain, even northern california picking up on this. but for us, again, it's just a cooler, cloudier weather in store with a few pockets of drizzle, possibility as we get through the morning hours. let's get in a little bit closer. you can see the wind bars here coming onshore, you can see the clouds overhead. these clouds are the mid and high level clouds up above the low clouds. here is a look at the low clouds. it will take hours for us to clear out of the way and i think at the coast, we are looking at mostly cloudy skies for the entire day, something we have seen day after day for a few days now, giving you a look here at 1:00 in the afternoon, notice still north bay widespread, into the east bay it looks like partly cloudy, mostly sunny for folks like concord, livermore, all
small communities in and around san ramone and danville. you get closer to the water and we are still partly to mostly cloudy, peninsula, south bay and the coast. second half of the afternoon, it begins to peel back. so a slow clearing day, temperatures will be in the 60s, a few pockets of yellow indicating some of our warmer spots in the 70s. here's a better look at some of those numbers, 73 in antioch for your afternoon today, 73 in concord, upper 60s in oakland, low 70s for redwood city, low 60s for san francisco and for the north bay you're looking at 71 degrees for santa rosa, 67 san rafael. these numbers are a lot like yesterday with the cloudy conditions. if you're going to beta breakers tomorrow morning going to be cloudy, going to be cool, going to be a nice morning for a run as we get into your 10:00 a.m., mid-50s expected with mostly cloudy skies so going as a spectator, you may want to bring along a costume that will keep you warm. by lunchtime partly cloudy skies, 59 degrees expected.
subtle changes in store for your sunday. we will get into a warming trend as we get back to work on monday, feel like it's sunny and warm, tuesday, 84 degrees for our inland communities, mid- 70s for the bay. >> good movie weather. >> put it on the list. >> thank you. stay with us. we will be right back.
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metropolitan transportation commission and it says one in four cars in h.o.v. lanes are cheating. during the morning commute. i'm too scared of the fine. one in five cheat during the evening commute. transportation officials say they are looking for ways to step up enforcement. >> i think maybe the toll authority should looking at -- look at maybe having a mechanism in which they have have an arm of toll enforcement, maybe have patrols in which they could do it. >> the study also found that more electric and other alternative fuel vehicles are now using the h.o.v. lanes which does raise the possibility that they need to eliminate them from the commute lanes in the future to speed up traffic. governor jerry brown warning californians that the state could be headed for another recession. the governor released his revisions to the 2016/2017 budget yesterday and cautioned lawmakers there is no room for any new spending. republicans say the governor is right to be cautious but the plan is frustrating some others like anthony wright who wants to see more funding for
programs like medi-cal. >> we appreciate the governor's focus on preparing for the next session but we think that needs to be balanced with undoing the damage from the last recession. >> at the end of the day we got to come out with a sizable reserve, we can't have any significant new spending and we got to get ready for the downturn. >> the governor also endorsed the senate proposal to redirect $2 billion in bonds to construction housing for the state's homeless and low income population. funding for that proposal would be redirected from current millionaire's tax for mental health services. well, a mother and her four puppies left abandoned and injured in monterey county. coming up at 8:00, the reward being offered to information leading to people behind this extreme case of neglect.
flank is like this move on this saturday morning. check out that picture. beautiful. >> it never gets old. i moved away for a number of years,, and probably went over the golden gate three or four times growing up, and now that i'm back, every time i go over that bridge, i'm just in awe. you look up and go, wow. it's so cool. >> i left the bay area for work, as well, after growing up here. you come back and you think why did i ever go anywhere? best place in the world to live. >> happy saturday. let's get you outside. >> giving you a look at the
overcast skies. the mid and high-level clouds have to do with a storm riding over the north of us. i may squeeze out a little bit of drizzle. if you are getting some, tweet me, instagram, send me a message. because i don't see a whole lot out there, but the gray sky. the farther north you grow, areas like oregon or washington, picking up some rain today. but for us, mainly the breeze and the cool temperatures. gray skies are expected most of the day. here we are at 5:00.
late in the day, we will begin to see the partly cloudy skies, and mostly clear skies for our inner east bay. we're starting out with 56 in san francisco. so we're all together on this. a lot of 50s out there. samardzija 57. good morning, palo alto. chp is investigating a deadly accident. one man died at the scene. two others were injured, but we don't know their conditions right now. but ch p said a third car was
also involved, but to one in that car was injured. investigators say they don't know why the car was stalled, and it's too early to tell whether drugs or alcohol was involved. keep your eye on the cyclist. this dash cam video captured him traveling in a green bike lane, when a san francisco police car darts sideways and crashes into him. >> they are biking how we educate people to bike safely. >> reporter: chris cassidy said the video shows the accident was preventable. >> they're required by law to not smash into you. a person biking has the right of way, just like anyone else using or roads. >> reporter: the crash happened thursday by a uber
driver. >> reporter: a company launched an app if february. they have seen dozens of hazards, accidents, and bad drivers caught on camera in the bay area. >> we try to watch, so we can warn you. >> at the end of the day, people goring to make mistakes, do dumb things, and that's why we need better infrastructure. we need sainter streets, and those come in the form of protected bike lanes. >> the man is an experienced rider who has been cycling in san francisco for 25 years. >> he's a little shaken up, in some severe pain.
looks like he's on the road to recovery. >> reporter: as part of standard protocol, that officer no longer allowed to tribe until the investigations are complete. >> oakland's mayor are and police chief said they plan to get to the bottom of a scandal involving three police officers accused of sexual misconduct with a teenage girl. the department launched an internal investigation after another officer committed suicide last fall. yesterday, the mayor said the district attorney is now conducting an independent investigation. >> we know that this department needs to be the trusted guardians of the community, and we cannot do it with this type of cloud over the department. >> we will not tolerate control misconduct on the part of our
police officers. we will hold them accountable. we owe that to the residents of oakland about and the hard- working men and women of the od. >> three paid officers are accuse -- three accused officers are now on paid administrative leave. >> a stomach virus sickened more than 100 students and six teachers at the horses aman elementary school. the school has been trying to limit contact between the students, so they have been eating lunch in the classrooms, and some school activities have been canceled. >> well, a 2,000 reward reward for puppies. they were extremely thin and
shivering from a painful skin condition. the spca said their skin condition is sosa is veer that it could taken up to 8 months to slowly treat them. but when they are ready, the spca plans to put them up for adoption. >> in santa clara, officials are trying to figure out who vandalized a symbol in the south bay. a person or a group tagged a 14- foot granite latin cross at memorial cross park. that cross has. >> since the 1950s when the santa clara lions club donated it to match the site of a historic mission.
let's turn now to the warriors road to the championship. oklahoma city thunder touching down in the bay area for the western conference finals which starts on monday night. the warriors with a little time to heal up this week. bogut skipping yesterday's shoot around with a strained right leg. the team hopes he'll return to practice today. steph kurt is close to a hundred percent from that sprained knee and ankle. >> get rested, rejuvenated mentally and physically, and and just be ready to play. >> defensively, we just have to stay focused. make them take tough shots, rebound the ball, and don't turn it over. that's our recipe against them. >> game one set to go at oracle
arena, tip-off at 6:00. that's monday night. well, the wares are setting records on and off the court. the team leads the nba in merchandise sales with a whopping 450% increase from last year. that's a big increase. anything steph kurt related also skyrockets. fans tell us they have spent hundreds of dollars on warrior gear as they celebrate the team's success. >> they have a lot of special merchandise that's different from the regular players merchandise.
pretty amazing the champions last year, so you would expect sales to be high as people got excited, but even higher. >> they have, like, five or six different jerseys they wear. so every kid, i want the slate gray one. i want the chinese new year one. i want them all. >> and who doesn't want more gear? get the gear. >> could election day become the next national holiday. in 20 minutes, why president obama said he supports that is right idea. happening today, you can check out the animals on broadway. the one-mile pet walk starts this morning, raising money for an malls in need.
thank you for joining us on this great start to the day. we will see some breaks as we get into the second part of the day. temperatures a little on the school side. i'll have a okay at what you can expect for your area coming up. . >> great running weather, and 40,000 people in different stages of wardrobe are expected to be running tomorrow in data breakers. the expo today opens in about 45 minutes at 8:00 this morning. it is locateed at pier 35 anthems at bay street. it is -- at the embar kader row.
let me tell you. >> is it fun, though? >> yeah, it's fun. it's like a big party. >> check in with us tomorrow. we'll show go some of those cool costumes on the runners. we are starting out with a lot of cloud cover. mostly cloudy skies, as we get to into the second part of the afternoon. we'll break away to some sunshine. it's going to take a little time. love that shot there. isn't that nice? 56 degrees right now in santa rosa. oakland, good morning to you at
59. san jose 57. so our numbers aren't bad. and it's a great day to get out for a run, maybe a hike. we have a system bringing us the cooler pattern. you can see the marine layers are thicker. but the rain is going to stick to the north. north california, oregon, washington getting in on this. we have the possibility of maybe a few sprinkles, a little bit of drizzle. not seeing it out there. if you are experiencing some, let me know. the mid and high level clouds up above the low clouds. the low clouds will be very clear. we're now into noontime. north by a still cloudy. the coast is still cloudy. the peninsula. the east beginning to pull back some. there's that rain still to the
north of us. we've got forecasted highs like this. 60 degrees for passcify do today. mid-to-upper 60s in oakland, hayward. 71 in livingston. 73 in antioch. the extend forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view. not a lot of change for the second part of the weekend. we could call it a near repeat for the second part. as we get into monday, tuesday, wednesday, we know how it goes this team of year. sort of the roller coaster ride, warming its back up.
of course we have our app that you can download, that the ktvu weather app. go to the store. you'll get live radar, up to the minute forecast. just search for ktvu. no rain. how about some snow? warming temperatures doesn't mean much in the sierra. a dusting of the white stuff near lake tahoe. well, yet another twist in the battle over prince's fortune. in 20 minutes, we'll look at a distant relative who could be an air to the eheir estate.
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without their consent for advertising purposes. there is now a dispute over whether they should file their cases individually or as a group. >> one county has recommended to change its healthcare provider. things since the death of an inmate nearly a year ago 37 the mother of mario martin inezeli is suing carison. he died in a jail cell last summer. cari st. on is filing a formle protest. >> we've been here 30 years, we
know what it takes to run this contract. >> there are also two other healthcare providers in the running. marios tells ktvu that she is not impressed by any of them, but her priority is though have carizon's contract terminated. a special gift for a grandmother who lost nearly all of her hearing a few years ago. >> reporter: for rosemary abram, the world is about to sound different. she described first what it's been like to hear nothing out of one year, and only a little out of the other. >> i could hear, but it sound
likes gaggling sound. >> reporter: it's especially hard for her raising three grandchildren. these are the two youngest. >> sometimes they try to play with me on my hearing, you know. sometime >> i'm putting this probe in now. you'll just feel a little tick there will. >> reporter: hearing aid dispenser john is fitting her with a state of the art hearing aid. , minutes, the hearing aids begin working, and for the first time since she lost almost all of her hearing 40 years ago, there was change. >> how do you like split. >> i love it! just being able to hear out of the side is really weird. >> hearing specialists say her problems were two-fold.
one, she had nerve damage probably caused by a sudden loud noise, and she had an ear infection. >> it's severe to profound in both areas, yeah, so she has a lot of hearing loss. >> but now hearing will be almost normal. >> i have to get used to it, because i'm not used to hearing sounds from this ear like that. well be, security lines of up to 90 minutes. that's been the norm at some airports all around the country. >> and we have advice for travel ores while the government tries to come up with a solution. >> we'll show you how to make this and this to get your morning cup of joe coming up.
for nuts a couple of minutes. >> hi, everyone. good morning. >> good morning to you. let's start you off with a quick look at your weather. my sister is saying i know, she doesn't camp, she's always trying to get me to go. >> it was looking pretty fancy. >> if you give us a cup of coffee, i might be in. >> we have cloudy weather in store, up seasonablely school weather in store your afternoon today. it's almost tomorrow. a be live look at the overcast skies, and it stretches from the coast. i did receive a nice facebook message from somebody who lives in pleasanton. i think for the coffee today, it's going to remain partly sunny, mostly cloudy, be a lot
like where we've been. waking up with 600 in wall nut creek. 57 to start your morning in san francisco, into the south bay, we're looking at 57 in san jose, so most of us starting out very similar to yesterday morning with the cloud cover, a strong clearing day anticipated for most of us. here is a look at what we can expect as we get through the morning hours into the afternoon. notice paling back for the inner bay first. we still have cloud cover over the north bay. coast, south bay. so we get into 1:00, 2:00, then it becomes a little better where we're looking at partly cloudy to mostly clear skies for the afternoon. you can see the color coding here. a lot of 60s out there today.
when i come back, i'll have a look at the afternoon highs. we'll have a look at the rest of your weekend in just a bit. >> an annual celebration of food, wine, and home decor. >> the lifestyle magazine sunset is hosting the event. we were just talking about this whole camping thing i did at a kid. >> not a camper. >> but i said coffee and a toothbrush would be like gold after a morning of sleeping on the ground. >> so i weren't to gap. my tad would tell you i'm not a camper, per se, something about getting a little dirty, but i did go to a great music and arts catch. that's where i first fell in love with trophy. we sat down.
we were about 13 years old, had about 12 cups of coffee together, and we were jittery and nervous for hours afterwards, but that is how my love affair with coffee began. we have the senior it tore to tell us how to make the perfect camp fire coffee. >> isn't isn't weak coffee. >> no, it's not. i knew you were coming, so we already made a little in advance. >> do you like pete's, phils? >> i'm a pete's gal.
>> a girl at mire own heart. i used to go to pete's in berkeley growing up. >> i do like my coffee light. let's put some milk in it. this isn't regular milk. >> this is whole medicalling, and we have frothed it with this little gizmo. i love to bring this along camping. >> this is four camp sunset book that just came out. this is a campground cafe latte. look at that. >> see, camping doesn't mean you have to go basic. and of course none of this gets going without a camp fire. we'll do a quick cam fire demo. >> i like to do a combination
of two styles. your lost cabin, which you might remember from being a boy scout. >> oh, i never made it that far. so that goes on the inside, and that one wants to roll around. and we'll put some kindling here at the bottom. the sticks will go across like that. you get the basic idea. so there is some air in there, and the whole thing lights. >> seems like a lot of work to get our morning coffee. >> i think we're up to it. >> i think so, too. >> guys, be this is fantastic.
>> you can't drink a latte when you're camping. that's against all the rules. >> see, frank, that's where you're so, so wrong. elaine here has the exact right idea. we're going to get your names on some cups for you, claudine, for you, frank. are you a decaff kind of guy? >> oh, no, full steam. bring it on. hey, we're morning people. let's turn to the race for the white house.
bernie sanders believes he can pull off an upset in june at the california primary. >> we're going to run an aggressionive and strong campaign in california, like all campaigns. we have got to assess the best way to spend our resources. and in general, what we do is put our resources in the strong grass roots organizations. knocking on doors. making telephone calls. doing face to face contact with the people. bottom line is we think our message is resonating in california. >> hill clinton will stump in louieville tomorrow. former president bill clinton becoming much more visible on the campaign trail. clintons have appearances together here in the bay area later this month. and on the gop side, more republican lawmakers are
throwing their support behind donald trump. he now has the support of some 68 members of congress, out of the 300 republicans currently if the house and senate combined. while house speaker paul ryan has not announced his support, some believe he will come on board. >> president obama said the u.s. should do more to encourage voting. he said he support this idea of making election days a national holiday. president obama said the u.s. is the only advance democracy in the world that makes it more difficult for people to vote. he supports on-line voting, giving voters more time to cast their ballots. ots. lieutenant governor dan patrick said that texas is not going to follow the new federal policy
allowing transgender students to use rest room that match their chosen gender identity. >> the president wants to pull funds because families in texas and all america don't want 14- year-old boys showers with 14- year-old girls? well, he'll actually be taking money from the poorest of the poor. >> a task force with the house judiciary committee plans to review the administration's guidance on that issue. >> well, a new development in a legal battle. a judge has fronted a one-week extension to the family of this young boy chew is fighting to keep him he on life support. an appeals court may four have to weigh in.
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thanking for joining us on this saturday morning. it's a great start to the day. we have firely nice weather coming your way for your bay area weekend. you may need a nice jacket just to be comfortable. with the summer travel season approaching, the transportation security administration is telling travelers to be be patient as they work through delays at security checkpoints. long security lines, some up to 90 minutes somewhere ban problem across the nation. that's mostly due to more thorough roy screenings than a shortage in staff. they recommend arriving three hours early for domestic flights, and signing up for the plea check program can also help. >> just yesterday for the first time, we hit the 10,000 number. over 10,000 signed up for tsa precheck in a sing game
new this morning, president obama enlisted some star power to call attention to a serious issue during his weekly address. >> addiction is like any other disease. it doesn't discriminate. it doesn't care what color you are, whether you're a guy or girl, rich or poor, whether you live in the inner city, a suburb, or rural america. this doesn't just happen to other people's kids, or in some other neighborhood. it can happen to anyone of us.
>> that's why just talking a about this crisis isn't enough. we need to get treatment to more people who need it. the president renewed his call for congress to pass a billions of dollars in funding for treatment and research. well, it may have taken six years, bought university of southern california student has earned his diploma, and he's 96
years old. alfonso gonzalez received a a bachelor of science degree yesterday, making him the oldest graduate in usc history. he we haven't to the school back in the 1950s, and skipped graduation because of work obligation, and when his family tried to get a copy of his diploma, they found he was one credit shy. a special program was created for him. >> now he has to go to work. >> that's right. >> just shy by one credit. amazing. outside our doors, breast amazing. we do have cloudy skies, we have cool weather in store for your weekend. we'll be partly cloudy, partly
sunny. >> here is a look at the pattern bringing us this unseasonablely cool weather. the circulation of this storm right in and around off the coast of oregon, as well as washington. this will continue to make an early push as it moves through, we will continue with the cloudy skies, the onshore please, the cool temperatures. maybe even a little bit of drizzle. just north of the lake county area on the east side. but for us, again, a lot of cloud cover to startty day, and it takes all the way until about noontime, 1:00, before we
begin to see it slowly, slowly peel back towards the coast. at the coast, think we'll be cloudy all day. the inner east pay, we're beginning to see some breaks, so you're likely to see the sunshine earlier than the rest of us. here is a look at the forecast for hayward, your day planner for you. mid-60s for the lunchtime, and mid-up toker 60s expected for the afternoon for areas like hey ward, north pay, start with you for the afternoon day. brent wood, you're expected to go to 75. one of the warmer spots for the afternoon. 72 in san how howe say, looking at 60s and 70s for the peninsula. a cool 63 in san francisco. tomorrow it will be great for the runners, but cool for the
spectators. by 10:00, 55. and then at lunchtime, partly cloudy, upper 50s with partly sunny skies right there along the shore. we have a warm be trend as we get back to work on monday. >> a little a.c. out there, but the runners tomorrow are going to love this. 7 miles. >> plan for it, you'll be fine. >> it will be perfect. >> well, a cross from the south bay vandalized, and we'll tell you about a lawsuit tied to the statue, and what police are saying about a possible connection. >> and up next, the story of this adorable little puppy that's training to be a bat dog down in georgia. it's all coming your way.
appears to have passed up all the differences with his manager, bruce bochy. you may remember that casilla was furious when he got pulled with the bases loaded against the diamondbacks. he said after are the game it shows the manager did not have faith in me. well, 24 hours later, bochy brought in caltrans to get the final two outs last night. he had no problems as he stuck out the two d-backs to pick up the save. he earlier apologized to his manager. how about the a's? they loosed this long ball to down the rays last night. chris caveis hit a three-run jack to open the first inning,
but i day longed to third baseman danny valencia, who clubbed two homers, as the team, the a's hit 4 homers last night, beat the rays 6-3. only their second win, though, in the in month of may. >> an 8 week old country is the newest member -- puppy is the newest member of a baseball team. she is, trained to return baseballs and bats for the team. bats? that seems a little heavy. she has quickly become a fan favorite. the team is using mini bats to train her to become their official bat dog. >> he's 8 weeks old now, so maybe she's a little young to start her official duties as bat dog, but hopefy in the next year or so, we'll get her
trained up, and she can get batted off the field, and really have a lot of fun. >> that would be fun. a new study i shows how many people are cheating in the car pool lanes in the bay area, and you know who you are. the study was release heed by the metropolitan transportation commission. it said that one in four cars in the hov lane cheat in the morning commute, and one in five cheats in the afternoon commute. they are now looking for ways to step up enforcement. >> i think they should look at maybe having a mechanism in which they could have an arm of toll enforcement. >> well, that study found that more electric and other
alternative fuel vehicles are now using the hov lane. governor jerry brown is warning california that the state could be headed for another recession. he released his revision to the 2016-2017 budget yesterday, and cautioned lawmakers that there is no room for any new spending. the plan is frustrating some, like anthony wright, who wants to see more funding for programs like med caste care. >> we appreciate the governor is focused on preparing for the next session, but that needs to be focused on undoing the damage from the last recession. >> we can't have any significant new spending, and we have to get ready for the downturn. >> the governor also endorsed a senate proposal to redirect $2 billion in bonds to construct housing for the states low
income population. it is the largest single day food drive in the nation, and you can help out right from home. this is the annual event where mail carriers pick up nonperishable food items, and all of that food will go to local food banks in the area. coming up in our 9:00 hour, we're going to talk to someone from the u.s. postle service. more about the program, and ways you can help out. >> caught on video, a san francisco police car hitting a cyclist. who the bicycle coalition is saying at fault and what they want to be done about it.
on this gray saturday. there's a live look at the bay bridge. it's clear, even though it is gray out there, and a perfect day to take a little jog. welcome to morninging's on two. >> it's kind of a gray day, but that's going to change a little bit, and you don't like it, i gets that's just too bad, right? >> this is true, because mother nature will rule the day on this one. she has cloudy days to start. at the coast, we have been gray for days. it's going to be another may gray day. storm tracker two showing you just how wide spread the clouds are. don't have to spend a whole lot of time here, but, again, we
are looking at gray overcast from the coast, peninsula, event bay. have noticed a little bit of thinning going on right new n here. you can notice the higher elevations. it's the energy east by a that will see the clearing first. >> here is a look at the futurecast model. has to do with the system moving through the area. that is actually what has kicked up our onshore breeze, and strengthened in bringing us that marine layer. here is your lunch hour. still cloudy here over the north pay, still cloudy in the south bay, and the inner east pay, adam we get into the second part of your morning and early afternoon.
i'll push you to the afternoon. and you can see half moon by a, ocean beach. we remain with gray skies. estimates this morning, a lot like yesterday, into the afternoon. a lot like yesterday. i'll have your afternoon highs coming up here as well as your extended forecast in just a bit. >> well, happening today, a lot of fun stuff. >> the celebration weekend drawing crowds from all over the state. we've got a camp fire. we had the coffee what is up next? >> we're just showing you some beautiful ideas for your outdoor kitchen. this is my dream grill. you can see the size of this. can you imagine how many hot dogs and burgers ask stuff you can get going.
and this is the sunset demonstration here. they have an ice maker, refridge rater. we're going to give you guys a sneak peek of what we're going to do coming up in a half hour. the whole event opens up at 11:00 to get some great ideas for what to do this summer, how to decorate their home. come bively in -- coming up in about a half hour, we're going to get a live view of this air stream here. >> we'll look forward to that. thank you, sir. it starts, as christian
mentioned, at 11:00 this morning. >> in santa clara, authorities are trying to figure out who vandalized an historic and controversial symbol in the south bay. it happened between thursday night and friday morning. some person or a group tagged that 14-foot latin cross. the lion club donated it to mark the site of an 18th century catholic mission. >> not good. >> the cross is the subject of a lawsuit that was filed last month by a santa clara agent est, as well as the freedom from religion foundation which advocates the separation of church and state.
authorities aren't sure whether the vandalism is connected to this lawsuit somehow, or if this is a random act. >> thp is investigating a deadly crash that happened just after 1:30 this morning. investigators say a vehicle was stall inspected the southbound lane, and another car crashed into it. one man died at the scene, and two others were injured, but we don't know their condition this morning. a third car was also involved, but nobody in that car was injured. investigators say they don't know why it occurred, or whether it was alcohol was involved. >> an officer and a cyclist crash was recorded on dash cam video by an uber car. here it is, albers that cyclist is going down the street. the san francisco police car there on your right, moves to get around the car, and the collision. the bicycle coalition blames the incident on the officer who
hit the bicyclist while he was in that green bike lane. >> they're required by law to not smash into you. a person biking has the right of way, just like anyone else using our roads. >> a cyclist is recovering from broken bones and a leg injury. he has been seeing cycling in the city for 25 years. as standard protocol, the officer is not allowed to drive until an accident and an intent investigation are both completed. >> the department launching an internal investigation after another oakland police officer committed suicide last fall. that officer reportedly left behind a note details accusations about sexual contact between an officer and a girl who was 16 at the time.
>> we know that this department needs to are the trusted guardians of the community, and we cannot do it with this type of cloud over the department. >> we will notle to rate criminal misconduct on the part of our police officers. we will hold them accountable. we owe that to the residents of oakland and the hard-working men and women of the o p.d. >> the three accused officers are now on paid administrative leave. their names have not. released. >> an elementary school will be cleaned and sanitized one more time this weekend at early stomach virus sickened students and teachers. add american straighters say the school has already been deep clean, but it will be sanitized another time to keep the virus from spreading. the school has been trying to little contact between the students, so they have been eating lunch inside their classrooms, and and he of the
school activities have been canceled. >> we know the warriors, amazing. >> just a little bit. >> the team is now making history off the court, as well. >> yeah. in 20 minutes, the new record they just set, and it's all thanks to their fans, coming up. >> and check out this shot from danville this morning. g.
good morning, bay area. a live look there over the east bay. we're waking up with cloudy skies, overcast across the entire region. we will be partly sunny to partly cloudy for your afternoon. temperatures a bit cool for this time of year. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. >> from fresh fruit to flowers and vegetables. weekend is always a popular time to stop by your local farmers market. >> that's right, and steve paulson has stopped by one. >> reporter: you know it's a pleasure, but please introduce me to your new co anchor. >> frank, steve. >> welcome aboard. >> reporter: i've heard good things, and in this business,
that's a rarity. we're here at the danville farmers market. everything is is starting to pour in here, so we have to go quick. but first we're going to start with the cherries. >> he's are out of west lake down near patterson. these are about a three to four week crop, and then we'll switch to the binbs, which are for a short period, only two or three weeks. art. lot of people have been talking about the av slow cause das this year are not that good, but these have been coming in, and tell us about some of these? >> well, these are the haas variety, and this year because the weather has been so good in southern california, that's good for the avacado crops. great color, and great tasting.
they have some golden beats that are available. and these artie chokes are coming out of holister. they need a foggy environment to succeed, and they're a super product. straw per areas really last, if you're growing them in your yard, two to three years. over the season, they progressively get week we are and there's probably 1400 seed stains, varieties of strawberries. these right now, $4 a basket. great for this time of year. >> so there you go, from the
danville farmers market. frank, claudine, back to you guys. tell rosemary to get her feet off the desk for are crying out loud. >> we expected a full weather report for crying out loud. >> yeah, the sun is out. it's gray here, steve, so perfect time to be out there checking out some fruit. steve, nice to meet you. pick up some us beforele sprouts, your colleague, weather gal over here, has been eating them all morning long. >> reporter: we can do that for you, frank. >> thanks, steve. >> thank you. >> looks sunny over there. looks great, rosemary.
take a look absent this view, looking toward this west. plenty of gray skies still outside our doors this morning. the inner east bay will get the sunshine first. for the peninsula, it's going to take some time. a system to the north of us, bringing us the onshore breeze, and the wide spread cloud cover, but in the inner east pay, you can see a bit of spinning going on, and that's why out there where steve, he has a little sunshine already. we'll show you that the rain is staying to the north. may see just a blip here, meaning the possibility of maybe a sprinkle or bit of drizzle. but that's going to be about it. we will be mostly cloudy at the coast, partly cloudy elsewhere. temperatures very similar to where we were yesterday. in the 50s and low 60s at this
hour. 57 in san francisco. upper 50s for santa rosa. temperatures not bad. roll livety mild out there. for san francisco, as we get into your noontime, 61 with a mix of sun some clouds. adam we ghetto the second half is of the day, turning mostly cloudy as we get into the afternoon. if you have evening plans, expect the low clouds to roll back in, very similar to last night, by about sunset, already move back in. 70 degrees for napa. we have 67 in oakland. low 60s in san francisco. 60 degrees with moistly cloudy skies. pacifica, half moon by a, it's going to be be a chilly one. mild weather for our inland communities, your extended forecast here will show you that we are not going to see a whole lot of change adam we get into the second part of the weekend. we have temperatures in the low 60s at the coast.
mid-70 $inland. sort of a mild pattern, i think. it's the cloud cover that will make it feel a little bit cooler out there, of course. when it sunny and 75, it feels a whole lot better than cloudy and 75. by this time tomorrow, some 40,000 people in different stages of dress will pound the pavement of san francisco for the 10th annual -- actually, make it the 105th, beta breakers race.
it's three-day event to get to the regionals. top five men, top five women, top five teams. we talked to them before they left about kind of what it takes. they have sandra, and a team going, about what it takes to get through this and get to the game. >> and here they are. >> atta girl! there you go! >> at diablo. it's about both individual competition. him and about the team. >> i'm part of the diablo team.
>> i'm caitlin kopp. >> men and women who are twined in many ways. >> i am a coach, i am a wife, and i am a mom. >> i have a competitive be background. i came from college baseball. >> i want to win the games with my team. >> to make the cross fit games a as team, and win the whole thing. >> they prove that they are some of the fittest athletes on earth. >> i think it's pretty hard. i mean, takes a huge time commitment, and there are a lot of incredible athletes out there that did's even qualify.
>> staying here for three, four hours. coming at night when you get off work, when you tonight want to work out. >> it doesn't come without humility. >> you need to constantly face what you're got good at. you need to face your fears, and that takes a bit of a toll on your confidence a little bit. not only are our 0 muscles or so, but our egos are a little sore sometimes. >> and it doesn't come without self doubt. >> i'm not going to lie and say -- >> there are definitely days and weeks, periods, where you don't want to do anything. that's one of the hardest parts. >> but they also know what will happen if they don't commit. >> my first year competing. i worked on my week of baby's. >> last year i had an issue where i wasn't prepared, and i was the weak link on the time, and this year, i've worked on
all of my weaknesses. it's about learning your limits and constantly trying to push those limits. >> they work when they don't want to. >> if i can't do my job, it's going to affect our team, and that's something i can't have. >> i love pizza, and chocolate. >> and you have to eat a certain way, have to make sure you're in bed early. we're not a whole lot of fun outside of the gym sometimes. >> reporter: they do it because -- >> i love doing this. >> it's fun.
i've been doing this for 10 years, and every year it gets a little funner. >> and they know. >> the most important thing is you have to believe you can do it. >> and hard work pays off. >> and dedicated. i can work really hard. i ma not be the fastest, strongest, blustery outwork a lot of people. >> and if i commit, you get results. and there are few things sweeter than that. >> seeing the faces of the left of our community, fame, friends. it's a proud moment. coming up. could election day become the next national holiday? up next, why president obama said he supports that new idea. >> if you've ever wanted to see america in style, this might be
this shot looking at the bay definitely gray. i'm seeing another shot in my view here that show tess partly sunny skies. a little bit of clearing going on. we'll take a look first at the sleeping view across the bay, and as we look towards the north bay. we have overcast skies. those clouds rolled in last night, and have been with us the entire morning. santa rosa 57 degrees. low 60s in oakland. san jose, 68 degrees. you can see a mix of blue sky in there. higher elevations begins to see some clearing at this point, and steve paulson, a little earlier in the inner east bay said he is beginning to see some clearing. and as we look at storm tracker two, you can see the clouds
beginning to thing out over portions of the north bay. see them thinning out 0 route here. here is your futurecast model. until about noontime, looks like we're going to see the partly to mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow may actually be not picking up on that clearing we're seeing a at this point. so maybe a with of an earlier clearing either ways. a lot of 60s today. we'll have low 60s in san francisco for are the afternoon, the east bay shore line, and our warmer spots, throw mid-70s expected. when i come back, i'll have a look at the afternoon highs for your neighborhood. we'll take a look at what we can expect for beta breakers. all of that coming up. >> happening today, sunset magazine hosting i annual cooking and gardening
celebration. >> we've been checking of the scene in sonoma. really a fun place to celebrate. i don't know what you're trying to do. it's operator error out there, christian. >> well, i lift it closed, so i couldn't get it open fast enough, guys. hey. so this is the part i have to confess i've been waiting for all morning long. looking inside one over the air streams. you own baby personal some how did you guest the name for baby? >> we government the trailer, and we're showing everyone pictures to the point where people were starting to get anowed with us, and we're like people with a new baby. look at the air stream! look at the air stream! so our baby. >> you can see ryan there, as well. let's take a look inside. this is really amazing. you've seen that almost all of
this is original from the 1957 construction. >> that's correct. we learned that the family who bought it purchased it direct from air stream in 1957, and it was a custom model. they customized it to their family's needs. they used it for about 10 year. >> and so this is the leading area, right? >> yes, yes. >> it and sleeps two? or can company connect these? >> we decided to pull it together to make a giant king sides bed. but if the 50s, they did it two beds. >> very i love lucy. >> exactly. this is like a fully
functioning kitchen. it's so great. >> it is. it has everything you need. four burner stove. portion land, now the appliances and sinks are lighter materials, but these are heavy, stocky timms. the fridge is in perfect working order person. >> 1950s style. >> yes. >> anybody can go ask tour your home away from home >> that's right. we are so happy to be here. if you love food, wine, design, it's all here. i'm from idaho. my husband is in california, and sunset makes it attainable.
guys, it's $35! come on! get a ticket! it's so fun, and it's sue beautiful. we walked through a vineyard over a bridge, over a little stream, just to enter today. so we're happy. >> i'm sold. you've already got me. >> guys, amazing. it's tight quarters be, and like i said, it's tough for me, ryan, and regina to all be in here, but it's roll nice, and pretty homey, guys. >> and you're about 6'3", and you're makeing it, so -- >> reporter: i'm six is three, and i was really worried about clocking my head on one of those little support beams true there. i'm a little worried about it. and pour worried about it
happening on tv, because then it would might be youtube moment. governor jerry brown is is warning californians that the state could be heading for another recession. the governor released his revisions to the 2016-2017 budget yesterday, and cautioned lawmakers that there is no room for any new spending. the plan is frustrating some, like anthony wright, who wants to see more funding for programs like medical. at the end of the day, we have to come out with a significant reserve. we can't have any new spending, and we have to get ready for the downturn. >> and the governor also
endorsed senate proposal to redirect $2 billion in bonds to construct housing for the state's homeless. president obama is concerned about voter apathy. he said the u.s. should do more to encourage voting. in an interview, he said he supports the idea of making election days a national holiday. he said the u.s. is the only advanced democracy in the world that deliberately makes it difficult for people to vote. a top texas official said his state is state is willing to give up billions of dollars in educational funds as part of the transgender bathroom policy. shed texas will not follow the new federal directive.
he said state lawmakers will find other way, to come up with the $10 billion in educational funds. >> the president wants to pull funds because they don't want 14-year-old boys showering with 14-year-old girls? he'll be taking then from the poorest of the pour. . turns now to the warriors and the road to the chance. the oklahoma city thunderstorm touched down in town for the western conference finals that starts he monday night. steph kurt is close to a
hundred% from his strained ankle. >> get refreshing, and rejuvenated. mentally and physically, and just be ready to play. defensively, we have to stay focused, and try to make them take tough shots, even though they're probably going to make some tough ones. rebound the ball and don't turn it over. that's our recipe against them. >> game 1 is an oracle. the steph curry series pitts the mahers who have won the oh most recent mvp awards. well, it's not just on the court that is right the warriors are setting records. they're also doing it off the court. they need lead the nba in merchandise saling with a whopping 450% increase from last year. anything steph kurt related, as you might imagine
today, letter carriers will be delivering more than just mail, taking part in the largest food drive to help families in need. >> we have a rif here from the u.s. postal service. happy saturday. this has been going on for 24 years. you put the food outpy your mailbox, in a bag, nonperishable goods, and there you go. >> we are accomplishing two missions. one is delivering the nations mail, and then helping millions
of americans who face hunger every year. last year san francisco strict was second place in collecting the most. i think it's important to note all of this is going to stay around the bay area, right? and help the local food banks, and that's important, because you're helping people right here. >> absolutely. we distribute to the nonprofis organizations, such as the second harvest. >> dollar loft people that need
help, and right now 1 in 5 families actually access a group like yours for help. >> that's right. and this is really a great opportunity so support this vital mission. >> what do they need to bring? we have peanut butter, soups. canned goods? pastas? what should they be be leaving out. >> well, in addition to the website, customers can leave nonparishable items such as these canned goods. they can leave it in bag. >> and it must do to the postal carrier's heart a world of good. they're delivering in the mail,
you can see how the scattered showers are sticking to the north of us. we have the possibility of a little bit of drizzle. turning partly cloudy for the second part of your day. so, for your afternoon, i do expect better clearing for portions of the east bay. san jose partly cloudy. steve paulson out there a little earlier said he could
the extended forecast. only subtle changes in store. monday, tuesday, wednesday, another switch in the pattern, and we warm it back up by tuesday and wednesday. well, hour about some sports? casilla a appears to be patched up his problems with bruce bochy. he said it shows that the manager didn't have faith in me. well, go 24 hours later. policy brought him in to get
the final two out half night. he had in problems, too, as he struck out the two b d-backs and picked up the save. how about the a's playing tampa bay last night. here is valencia. a couple of home runs in his first game back from a hamstring injury. >> is 0 i've got some stats for you, too facebook founder mark zuckerberg turns 32 years old today. happy birth day to him, and he has a lot of ropes to
i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology 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.
well, a. they're years of renovations, today the san francisco museum of modern art is set to open it's doors to the public. >> we look a at the exhibits outside and inside the museum. confirming the new san francisco museum of modern hart took hard work, but also, a lot of creativity. >> and our gallery spaces are
greatly increased. and all of that extra space is what you'll no 0 advertise immediately. 170,000 square feet of new and renovated indoor and outtour galleries. tripling the i size from the old museum. >> we have a whole -- >> reporter: this living wall on the third floor. 28 feet by 150 feet of plants, mostly from northern california. a >> 19,000 plants, and they're all species.
>> reporter: the building itself is a work of art. we have new cafe on five, a new coffee bar on three. >> amazing views of the city that were not seen before. also it is free from people 18 years of age and younger. looks great. >> yeah, might be wood day to go to the museum or a movie. >> yeah, most of our shots have been cloudy, but a lot of folks around the bay area saying they're seeing that sunshine already. mid-70s for tomorrow, and then
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