tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX May 15, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
a man drives over a cliff and plunges. the dramatic rescue. they just started the music. bay to breakers participants set to get underway. good morning. you are taking a look at the san francisco skyline. a big countdown to the bay to breakers raise. >> if you are in the city by the time you get to ocean beach you better have a jacket. it will be totally. >> everything will clear out in a few hours so be patient. welcome to the mornings on 2
mac. good to have you on board. we're just about an hour away from the 105th running of the bay to breakers race.>> 7.5 miles, starting at 8 am. 50,000 people will take part with 100,000 standing by to watch. we have live team coverage this morning.>> let's start with weather.>> rosemary. storms, really?>> you got it right off the bat. >> i know x-men. i did it. you look fabulous.>> thank you. i am playing the part and if i could control the weather, talk about a pretty day. let's take a look.
i am along the route. we are next to the infamous hayesville so we will see a lot of people come through here hopefully soon. we're parked next to the first aid area which may be some folks coming over the hill may need extra help. we will talk to these guys eventually. let's talk about the weather. this is a beautiful morning and it is cloudy at the coast. take a look at san francisco. we have blue skies overhead and partly cloudy skies. we're looking at temperatures cool in some spots. north bay in the upper 40s. temperatures around the bay and for most of us starting low to mid to upper 50s and we have a warming trend for inland communities. we will talk about the afternoon highs in the extended forecast, by wednesday, inland communities will get to 90 degrees. i will have that coming for
you. we are covering bay to breakers all morning and we will show you the costumes and festivities coming up.>> [ music ]. take a look. starting line at bay to breakers. you guys just showed up. you guys are all strawberries. >> how did you come up with the idea for the costumes?>> where would you find strawberry unit parts? >> the magic of the internet.>> that is the magic that is bay to breakers. runners are showing up. some of the races are starting to line up. we will talk to veteran bay to breakers runners. we have phyllis and steve. this is not your first race.>>
i have run 32 of these.>> i am kind of tall so i will crouch down a little bit. what is your favorite part about this race? >> my most exciting event of the year. it is a moving party to the city of san francisco, just amazing. you will be walking or running with certain people and talking to them and then you meet other people and everybody is happy and healthy and everybody having a great time. >> i ran it a few years ago and it is like a rolling party. a moving party through the streets. this is not your first time, stephen.>> i ran 20 of these. i ran for the first time in high school.>> the superhero seems to be a big theme this year.>> yeah. i am the original superman,
though.>> tell me about hayesville. >> quintessential san francisco hill. it is tough. >> i grew up in san francisco so bills don't bring superman down. >> i like the confidence. you get a sense of what it is like. everyone is in costume and people are showing up. if you look over here this is the starting line. coming up we will have the race starting at 8:00 in the hype and the stuff leading up. >> rosemary is rocking a costume. what happened to your?>> i know. i let the team down a little bit. i should have done something. >> i heard captain america yesterday. > we do have superheroes over here.
let me see if i can borrow a costume and see if i can find a way to bring up my game a little bit.>> rosemary really set a high bar.>> stay here with ktvu for continuing coverage of that bay to breakers and we want to share your photos on facebook, twitter and instagram. check updates on the mobile app as well. emergency crews from several santa clara county agencies came to the rescue of a driver this car plunged 150 feet off a cliff after 1:00 this morning on highway 9. firefighters rescue teams pressed into action and managed to rescue the driver in 10 minutes.>> this is a complicated operation. california highway patrol and the sheriff shut down the
roadway. we got the rope systems and quickly.>> the driver was the only one in the car and he is listed in stable condition after being treated at a nearby hospital. california highway patrol is investigating the cause. not known of drugs or alcohol may have played a role. concorde police warning residents about a swarm of killer bees that take over a neighborhood and they are trying to get rid of them. the bees have been swarming on hitchcock drive. they had been there for a few days. there being blamed for killing two dogs and stinging people since friday. police have been telling people to stay inside their homes and cars. experts believe these are africanized bees that made their way to the bay area. >> that beehive could've come from any errant swarm that came in on a truck. were brought back from the
pollination. >> they went straight for my hair and my hair fell out. they got an even more. i didn't know what to do. i was running up and down the street screaming.>> so scary. authorities are working to track down a scattered group of these that are buzzing around that neighborhood. they are hoping to have them removed later today. morgan hill police are asking for the help from the public in a search for a hit- and-run driver who struck a person in a wheelchair yesterday. monterey road and tenant avenue. victim treated for minor injuries. the driver was behind the wheel of a black suv. if you have information please contact morgan hill police. santa cruz police arrested a man on suspicion of randomly attacking a woman with a golf club. landed horsemen walked up to a woman outside of a coffee shop on friday afternoon and hit her across the head and shoulders for no reason. police said he hit her so hard
that the golf club wrote but her injuries are not life- threatening. horsemen was arrested later and is facing assault with a deadly weapon. sacramento police arrested a man accused of throwing a pipe bomb and officers. it started yesterday afternoon when officers got a report about an armed man. the man was wearing camouflage and through a pipe bomb and officers. the pipe bomb did detonate but no one was hurt. the man barricaded himself inside a home with four people inside for hours. he knew them and do not consider them hostages.>> they were all friends so once we interviewed them we got a better understanding. the man surrender to police last night. police have not released his name were given details. this week san jose city council will consider banning nonessential city travel.
it is in response to new laws which could discriminate against people based on sexual orientation. supporters say the ban would set a strong message of discrimination will not be tolerated. opponents say that travel and business ban would be difficult to enforce. roseville family it's a reprieve to keep this toddler alive. this life-support case is getting a lot of attention. more trouble for the donald. the challenges he faces and why he will talk face-to-face once again with fox news megan kelly.>> a live look at haze hill. thousands of people passing through that in a half hour. much more on the bay to breakers and more when we come back.
it is crazy. [ laughter ].>> some crazy gals as well. >> bay to breakers morning and a beautiful day in the city for that nice run, a san francisco tradition. it is always a lot of fun. >> the first year was the year of the titanic. 1912 that they have been doing this. i ran it back in the 80s. >> it is gotten less crazy but you know who still is crazy is . a little weather, watch out.>>
fabulous. i'm telling you.>> from what i understand christian has no costume. tell him that i do have an extra cape in my van.>> why wouldn't you. >> it makes perfect sense.>> we have the rest of the wardrobe in the weather center. >> i always come prepared. always comes prepared. a fabulous forecast here and even better than yesterday. in san francisco a couple start to the day but there is plenty of sunshine. the perfect morning for a run. it is cloudy on the coast line. even drizzle reported along the coast. we are waiting for the folks to come down over haze hill. let's talk about what is coming
up with the weather. we are in the 50s. a few in the north bay starting in the 40s. for the afternoon will begin a warm-up. today will be minor. today it will be inland communities as we feel that this. this is the beginning of a warming trend. for today we are talking about low to mid 60s around the bay in the 70s for warmer spots and inland temperatures in the mid and upper 70s and fairfield in the extended forecast will show you that this warming trend will continue as we get back to work on monday. look at wednesday. inland city could get near 90 degrees and that will be the warmest day. if you don't like the heat by thursday we are calling it back down. back here live in san francisco reporting all morning for bay to breakers. christian is enjoying the fun
at the moment. we are waiting for folks to come up over the hill. hopefully we will get folks in costume.>> you will have a lot of company there soon. you may have company anyway because you are dressed that way. >> a police officer may say who is that.>> backup. do you have the whole ensemble? >> the real outfit is a leather outfit. i have a plastic gloves. and the here.>> and you are bringing the sun. >> you look fabulous. thank you. this is my version.>> she once asked him about sexist comments to women and he said she had blood coming out of her wherever and now after months
of fighting a rematch between making kelly and donald trump is set for tuesday. they will sit down for an in- depth interview.>> you said you didn't feel the moderators have been nice. do you think it is the journalistic role to be nice to presidential candidates? >> fair. i don't care if they are nice. >> you used the word nice. >> i don't think so. they don't have to be nice. >> it is not a cocktail party.>> trump did not apologize for any of his remarks. you can watch the interview and more on making kelly presents right here this tuesday at apm. this morning, chris wallace talks about how trump can work out his differences with the republican party. nude gingerich -- former house speaker newt gingrich is a supported by the way.
bob woodward takes into donald trump's background including the recent news that he made phone calls pretending to be a publicist in the past. >> the fact that someone who sounds an awful lot like donald trump used to call up reporters in the early 90s to puff up and talk about donald trump and his business successes and romantic successes. he went by the name of john miller and said he was a pr agent but they have a tape of one of the conversations and it sounds exactly like donald trump. at various points he did admit he would call a pretending to be his own press agent.>> wallace said trump is hundreds of millions of dollars behind clinton. he thinks the only way he can raise money is to accept donations from friday's of sources. trump said he is financing his
own campaign. democratic candidate clinton opened her regional headquarters in sacramento. volunteers were there. she opened an office in oakland two weeks ago. the candidate is making her way to kentucky today to hold rallies ahead of tuesday's primary. bernie sanders is in kentucky and held a rally yesterday. it took place at the historic rail park and train museum. sanders says wall street companies have acted against the interests of coal miner's.>> it is not hard to understand why so many people are losing faith in our entire system. promises, decades ago, were made to these coal miner's. it is morally unacceptable that now as the years of sacrifice and years of hard work, that those promises are now ending
in the rug pulled out.>> despite clinton's solid lead sanders made it clear he is pressing on. he discussed his plan to win the democratic nomination. kentucky's primary will be held on tuesday. big happenings in st. louis. the sharks will open a play in the conference finals in st. louis. the sharks have made it this far three times but -- before but never made it to the stanley cup finals. their opponents, the blues, have not been so hot either. three games with them this year. the blues have the home ice advantage in the best-of-seven series. the warriors. they have one more day off before they start the western conference finals against oklahoma city after the thunder
defeated the spurs. it made the final game for duncan although both they will said they will take time making a decision. the thunder led by kevin durand and russell westbrook. and andre iguodala. they will be given a challenge it -- challenge. it will take a total team effort to defend kevin durant. >> andre understands the concept of taking away the easy one and respect the fact that he will make some hard once i don't let it get you down. >> transcript make talent shots and that is okay but if you let him get four or five transition dunks and on the ball over in dealing with him making challenge shots you are in trouble. >> andre is a great defender but if you make it a one-man job i don't care who you put on him it will be a long night.>> game one starts at 6:00 tomorrow night. there may be popular retail
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investigators looking for the cause of a bus crash in texas that killed eight people and injured 44. it happened yesterday north of laredo. the charter bus was heading to a casino when the driver lost control. the bus flipped several times. it was raining at the time but still not clear if weather played a role. search for a woman who fell overboard from a partnership is in its third day. samantha rubber was on the cruise on friday when she fell over the side. the coast guard says surveillance video from the ship shows were falling at 2:00
in the morning. the crew took a headcount and confirmed she was the only passenger unaccounted for.>> >> she is from texas and is the mother of four. police are searching the gulf of mexico. shoplifting is on the rise statewide. safeway, target, cvs, 50% increase in shoplifting since the state reduced penalties for stealing. according to police shoplifting in la has increased by 25% during the first year of prop 47. experts say there is no proof that the law is connected to the increase. a bay area congressman takes a stand for the
transgender community. more on the rally and why the issue is so personal. 18 the giants couldn't beat is suddenly easy prey. another winner coming up. year is a live look from the starting line of bay to breakers. check out the group that is getting ready. they do it every year. it is like a rock concert. there they go.
concorde police are warning about killer bees that had taken over a neighborhood. they been swarming around a home on hitchcock drive. they are being blamed for killing two dogs and stinging dozens of people. authorities are hoping to remove them later today. san jose city council will consider banning nonessential city travel in business with north carolina and mississippi. it is in response to the new laws in the state which critics say discriminates against people based on sexual orientation. the ban would be difficult to
enforce. we are 30 minutes away from the start of the bay to breakers race in san francisco. >> thousands of people gathering at the starting lineup. let's look at the map for those folks that may not know where the race goes. it starts at 8:00 on howard from stuart 9th street. from market to embarcadero and then they have a hill on the haze. rosemary is standing by there. and then they make it to ocean beach and the great highway. rosemary, it looks beautiful out there. you are not bringing any storms. >> she controls the weather. i would say that i could have brought a better day. it is gorgeous out here. along the coast piled up with
clouds and drizzle reported in some areas from the coastline down to santa cruz. in san francisco we have blue skies overhead and temperatures are on the cool side. they are not bad. it is a perfect morning for a run. areas to the north bay in napa reporting fog this morning and pull. let's look at the current numbers. upper 40s reported in the inland valley locations. the rest of us in the 50s. low to upper 50s to start the morning. in the afternoon we will have partly cloudy skies and we will get a warming trend. april be minor today but down the road the inland communities will get near 90 degrees. that is by wednesday. when i come back i will have a look at the afternoon highs in the extended forecast and we will have more about what is going on out here. we are part tear on the other
side of the hays hill so we are waiting for the folks to come over the side in a little bit. my colleague christien kafton is at the start line for all the excitement. how does it look out there?>> it is looking great. hash tag party pooper. you are all dressed up. i feel terrible. i stood you up. >> i don't know if you heard that i have a pink cape that you can wear if you are interested. >> we will follow the runners and we will try to see if we can pop in quickly to try to pick up the pink cape. you will see the runners over here getting ready for the big run. look at the happy runners. it will get underway in just a minute and you can see this is the starting line in the runners are back here. they are just starting to
corral the runners because they will make that starting line active. part of this race is the costumes and even need runners. one of the interesting unique things is that the sense of the races happen. you are tied to other races. carlos is in the elite centipede team. let's get a demo.>> >> it is running as a team essentially. >> we all link in and get 15 runners total. 13 have to finish together and you have floaters that can link in. we have bungee cords that we are tied with. >> you are locked together for the 7 miles of the run. >> i asked if someone falls.
>> they get dragged. >> that sounds terrible. >> it has happen. >> we try to be very careful and get people space. if you have someone who is hurting that is why you have floaters.>> what are you running? >> it depends. some years 5:05. the old world was tried to beat the first one and then they started doing the separate tender starts. trying to catch them now at this point but we are running pretty quick. >> do you have an extra carabiner? >> we will have to throw a sweaty jersey on your.>> carlos, have a great run. they are getting the runners corralled. you can see amazing costumes. we had a banana over here. you can see bumblebees. is that a giant baby?
a giant baby costume.>> a dinosaur.>> obviously you have everything from the eve meet to the party runners. if we don't get on the other side of this will be stuck on the wrong side. we will have to sign off soon. we need to be ready.>> five- minute mile, that is wild. don't hook onto those guys. they will drag you.>> i would be the one they would be driving. they said they drag people 15 feet. they would have to drag me 7 miles. >> hang out with a dinosaur.>> time now is 7:36 am. a judge has granted a one-week extension to the family of a sacramento area toddler in an emotional legal battle. 2-year-old israel stinson's
family fighting to keep their child on life support despite the fact doctors declared him brain-dead. if the extension will give an appeals court time to weigh in. this case is drawing comparisons to oakland teenager mcmath declared brain-dead following surgery in 2013. her family won the right to keep her on life support. firefighters a smoke alarm and thinking neighbors say three people. neighbors called 911 when they saw smoke coming out of the garage near gibson and reseal avenue. other people pounded on the door to alert the people inside and they did. firefighters say that garage was packed was stored items and it made it difficult. one person did receive minor burns after running inside to get something. the cause of the fire under investigation. a congressman is helping to promote a campaign to end
violence and discrimination against transgender people. my kaunda was one of a dozen people yesterday for a rally. it was to support transform california. a campaign promoting understanding for the transgender community. the issue hits close to home for honda. his granddaughter is transgender.>> she wasn't pretending. she wasn't wanting to be. she was a girl. >> anyone will tell you. >> transform california is an important step to help everyone feel safe. >> giants look like the team everyone thought would make it. they are finally winning. patrick corbin had a 15 inning scoreless streak's against the giants. joe panic, a single and there is denard span. jake peavy had some rough outings but he put six innings
together for the giants. he left the game with the giants behind 3-1. buster posey ceiling the victory for the night ripping a double. the giants win. they will go for the sweeper this afternoon. the oakland a's are not so lucky. tampa got all of the runs they needed off tender brave men. -- kendall. it ends up a 6-0 final out of tampa. they have been shut out. they will wrap up the series this morning. a confrontation with a man and a pipe bomb leads to a standoff at a house. we will tell you how it ended in by police say the residents involved were not considered hostages. >> the commuting is crowded in
soon. >> i can wait. i keep looking over my shoulder to see if there is anyone coming. we have a few stragglers but none of the runners yet. we're standing here on the other side of haze will. we have the first eight folks. we have the sign here that says restrooms that way. on the other side of the street there is a sign that says no public urination. they are prepared and waiting for the folks and we are as well. i tell you we couldn't have brought on a better morning. it is gorgeous. fabulous weather and blue skies. a little cruel and a light breeze. perfect for the runners. as we get into the afternoon the temperatures will be warming and mostly clear skies. i want to say at the coast we do have the clouds.
we even have dressel. not everyone is enjoying the sunshine but most of us are partly cloudy over portions of the north bay. areas of fog as well. again, as we get into the afternoon nice weather coming our way. low 60s at the coast and 60s around the bay. low 70s for the other locations and you go in mind and temperatures will be warmer today. the extended forecast shows you this warming trend is just getting started. we will have temperatures climbing into monday, tuesday, taking on wednesday. some of the inland communities will get near 90 degrees. that is a tuesday afternoon. temperatures back down on thursday. no complaints when it comes to the weather. no complaints out here this morning. a beautiful day. thank you to you guys. having a good time out here.>> you need some company.
>> you can give christian the pink cape. >> if you could find a two to and a mustache.>> that would be awesome.>> we will start a scavenger hunt. by the end of the show he will have his costume.>> accidents in gridlock on the roads can make for a stressful commute. there is new numbers that show bridges and roads are sowing -- showing a certain traffic.>> the crowded commute. it is 5:30 am and i am hitting the road. i purposely drove on bay area roads during the morning commute trying to find slow traffic and it didn't take me long. >> early before sunrise used to
be considered the middle of the night. now interstate 80 in richmond -- >> i am going 0 miles an hour. the speedometer is not registering. >> this is the bay bridge toll plaza. >> i am going to miles an hour.>> the drive from the cocaine is bridge to 24 minutes. another 27 minutes waiting to get on the bridge. we started at 5:30 am. it could take twice as long an hour later. it seems every driver has noticed traffic everywhere in the bay is getting worse.>> it is terrible. the traffic to me is hard to get out of san francisco and hard to come into san francisco. even on the weekends you have to leave at 8 am to get out and beat the traffic.
>> i commute to san mateo and often when i first moved here at me 40 minutes and now it is taking me an hour. >> it has been a struggle. some days it is horrible. the weekends or better but during the business days it is hard.>> metropolitan transportation commission keeps track of volume and watches usage of transit systems. it says traffic is significantly busier. >> it is true. >> it is a good indicator of overall traffic volume. >> it is a good indicator because we can get real precise data at very specific times. >> more than 4 million vehicles across the bay bridge this year
. even though that number has climbed over the last few years the bay bridge hasn't seen the biggest increases. more people are avoiding it offering for other routes -- opting for other routes. they have seen a 20% jump in volume with 1.2 million crossings forecasted for 2016. san mateo bridge has had a 26% spike in crossings.>> every bridge in the bay has see more volume in the last six years. >> it is a simple explanation. it is jobs and the economy. that is why you look at 2010 as the bottom of the recession going through the subsequent years. we have got more people on the roads and more people working. more were going on. and you see this not only on the highways but on bart and cal trend. >> when the roads are clear you can get things done. let's pop into san francisco
from oakland and get in and get out before the traffic. that window is still there but it is closing. >> the mtc says in addition to traffic commute times are also changing. morning and afternoon commutes start earlier and last longer. the only good news is this year the increase in traffic seems to be leveling off in some commuters may have had enough of driving and maybe finding another way to get around. our app has live traffic conditions to get you around traffic. it is available for smartphones and tablets. it is free. and emotional address to the graduating class at uc berkeley. facebook chief operating ofc. facebook coo sheryl sandberg delivered the speech and she shares her story about her husband and his sudden death.>> dave's death changed me in very
profound ways. i learned about the depth of sadness for the brutality of loss. but i also learned that when life sucks you under you can kick against the bottom and find the surface and breathe again.>> dave goldberg died of a heart condition while they were on vacation in mexico. lines at a restaurant have caused changes. the restaurant change -- chain opened a new store. the dumplings are drawing crowds leaving some people waiting for hours. the restaurant has a policy of not accepting reservations but this weekend managers relented and said starting tomorrow all of the tables at santa clara locations will be reservation only. make reservations on their
website. a new smartphone app helping the blind and visually impaired people.>> that is all right. >> the app identifies colors and objects and brands. it uses ai to communicate with users in real time describing things. it is called ai polly.>> we want to create a narrator for the real world. >> there is nothing like knowing i can do this by myself. and of course it might be easier if someone assist me but it is nice to know that i can do it myself.>> developers say it can recognize 1000 objects and is constantly learning more. this came from singularity university and it is available
the crowd at this airshow in georgia was stunned when a pilot crashed while performing. the bike lane crashed near midfield performing. the plains crossed paths. people at the airport say it appears the plane was pushed closer to the ground by the wind and the pilot when it -- was unable to gain enough altitude. officials investigating the cause of the crash. no one was hurt on the ground. the pilot's name not released yet. he was from georgia and it was the first accident in a 30 year history of the airshow. national transportation safety is leading the investigation into a plane crash in central california. the plane was carrying a group of skydivers when it went down in a vineyard in lodi on thursday. the plane went into a dive encrypted truck and flipped over before coming to a stop. incredibly everyone on the
plane survived. there were 18 people crammed into the cessna when it went down but it is not clear if that caused the crash. police are investigating the deadly shooting of three young men in the resort city of acapulco. it happened yesterday on a street one block from the beach. no word about a motive or suspect information. rival mexican drug gangs have been fighting for control. the government banned employees from traveling there because of the escalating violence. secretary of state john kerry in saudi arabia to talk about the conflict in syria, libya and yemen. he met with saudi arabia king ahead of a larger meeting. he will travel to vienna will he will cohost talks with italy's foreign minister. he will then visit brussels for a meeting of nato foreign ministers before going to
vietnam. early-morning rescue in the south bay. emergency crews helped to rush a driver whose car plunged down a cliff. killer bees on the attack in a neighborhood. where they came from and how experts are trying to get rid of them. a live look overhead at the city by the bay. getting ready for 15,000 runners all laced up and ready to rock at the bay to breakers celebration. big tradition. live team coverage coming up.
welcome back. it is sunday, may 15. we are just moments away from the start of bay to breakers race. look at those people. they can't wait. they are pumped up. >> 50,000 people.>> they are deep. it keeps going and then you have 100,000 people who will crowd the streets to watch.>> we are close to the start. we have christian monitoring
the situation. oh my gosh. even though you know it is fast it is always a shock to watch this. >> 40 minutes to get over the starting line.>> let's go to christian. he is in the first group of runners.>> i can hear you. we are getting very close. things are getting quiet. you can see the runners at their marks. >> and they are off.>> there they go. i see princess leia's and storm troopers. these are the key things. you can see these people. the golden state warriors. they are running today.
>> those combined runners are running five minute miles.>> it is absolutely amazing watching them run. especially running as a team in a coordinated effort. i would be really worried about falling. and getting dragged. they said it does happen. >> forgets that gorilla suit.>> it is an honor for the first mile until you start sweating. >> then it is a punishment. >> i would hope it is a new gorilla suit every year because of wooden 11 that had been worn. >> you talk about waves of folks. every way that comes through you get more costumes. the serious ones are up front. every wave after that they get
more interesting.>> yes. i have seen some pretty incredible costumes. we are looking out for the notorious runners who like to run naturally, so we say. we talked about this. we crack -- they are cracking down on the nudity. and no alcohol. frank was talking about when he ran in 1980 something.>> you can do everything. >> it was a different kind of race back then. now it is more family-friendly. >> i did it a few years back and we had a float and we had a great time. obviously there things you can't have any more.>> i will
not take personal responsibility for being the killjoy but it is definitely change. the people here say even though it has changed it is still a blast.>> here we go with another group. it is intoxicating just being there. you have all this excitement and these people pumped up. it is a fun event. >> i talked with a runner who said it is a party atmosphere and it is. people are having a great time. let's pull a runner aside. everybody wants to get their time. looking forward to this?>> good luck.>> i tried.>> it is a tough gig to pull aside a runner. we would try to move him.
we will get the interview at the finish line.>> not too far from their on hays hill, there is a storm and she is awaiting this massive onslaught. >> if you are trying to get around this it's important to know. it is a tough thing to get around this. this is the starting line which is on howard from stuart 9th street. they have corrals out there so they have to jam people in there. then they go from k street and then onto embarcadero and then to golden gate park. eventually they will spill onto jfk drive. now they say how do we get back. >> we will see how long it takes christian to get out there.>> there is the start area.
that tells you how many people they had to pack in when they fill all the streets. the street that everyone talks about is haze hill. it is no easy track. we have people coming from all over the country. >> look at the distraction. >> there is a distraction there. >> i am on the other side of the hill. right on the quarter of the hill ann scott. we will see how the runners are doing when they come through. just beginning to find a warm- up. we have spectators now showing up to see what is going on and we have people in costume. good morning. you guys look great. we have officers out here patrolling. i have seen that they have had to get cars off and slow down and make sure you know what is
going on. as you know hundreds of thousands of people coming out here for this event. we are looking at fabulous weather for the event. beginning to warm up. it felt color an hour ago. the sun has been shining. temperatures are beginning to rebound. in the 50s approaching the low 60s at this time. we are only going to warm up from here. we did get a minor warm-up for the afternoon for inland communities. partly cloudy and mostly sunny. it is the start of a warming trend. warmer monday, tuesday and wednesday. i will have a look at the extended forecast when i come back. live at the bottom of hays hill waiting for runners to come down in the costumes looking good out here. on this side of the bay plenty of sunshine and you get to the breakers, clouds and drizzle
reported there. the tale of two stories going on. i have it at 6:40 right now. >> you should have company soon. stay here. we have coverage of the bay to breakers and we would love to share your photos. our facebook, twitter and instagram feeds. also check for updates, ktvu, on the mobile app. emergency crews from several santa clara county agencies came to the rescue of a driver whose car had plunged 150 feet off a cliff. it happened after 1:00 this morning on highway 9 near saratoga. rescue teams rushed into action and managed to rescue the driver in 10 minutes.>> this is a complicated operation. partners from california
highway patrol and sheriff were shut down. the driver was the only person in the car at the time. he is in stable condition. california highway patrol investigating. concorde police warning residents about killer bees that took over a neighborhood and they are still trying to get rid of them. the angry bees have been swarming around a home on hitchcock drive and they have been there for the past two days. they are being blamed for killing two dogs and stinging dozens of people since friday. police have been telling people in the area to stay inside their homes and cars. experts believe these are africanized bees that made their way to the bay area from southern california.>> it could've come from any errant swarm that came in on a truck
or was brought back from pollination. >> they went straight for my hair and in my hair fell out and then they got it in more. i didn't know what to do after that. it was scary.>> authorities are working to track down a scattered group of these that are buzzing around the neighborhood and they hope to have them removed by later today. morgan hill police asking for the public's help in the search for a hit and run driver that struck a person in a wheelchair yesterday morning near monterey road. the victim treated for minor injuries. they believe the driver was behind the wheel of the black suv. if you have information please contact morgan police right away. san jose city council will consider banning nonessential city travel with north carolina and mississippi. this proposal is in response to laws which could some say
discriminates against people. it could send a strong message that discrimination will not be tolerated. opponents say the travel at businessman -- business plan would be difficult to enforce. how about hockey. san jose sharks open play tonight in st. louis. the sharks have made it this far, three times before. they have never made it to the stanley cup finals. their opponent the blues haven't made it either. three games with the blues this year. the blues hold the hometown advantage. the puck will drop at 5:00 tonight. the warriors start the western conference final against oklahoma city tomorrow. the thunder beat the spurs on wednesday night.
they will take time before making retirement decisions. the thunder led by kevin to rent in russell westbrook and andre iguodala will be given a challenge to defending durrant. the coach and players say it will take a team effort to defend durrant. >> andre understands the concept of taking away the easy one and respect the fact that he will make hard ones and to let it get you down. durrant can make five challenge shots in a row and that's okay. if you let them get five transition dunks and you are dealing with them making challenge shots you are in big trouble. >> i believe entrie is a great defender. if you make it a one-man job i don't care who you put on it will be a long night.>> andrew bogut did not practice yesterday and it is not certain
if he will practice today. game one start the 6:00 tomorrow night at oracle arena. a teenager attacked by a stranger on her way to bart. the details on the hunt for the man. bernie sanders bashing wall street on the campaign trail. the reason people are losing faith. minutes into the bay to breakers race. it starts at 8:00. you can see the runners making their way to the streets of san francisco. thank you for this gorgeous picture, sky fox. 50,000 people running.
>> look what is awaiting the runners. the clouds. of san francisco. [ laughter ].>> we would be in one part of the city and say it is beautiful, let's go to the beach. >> once i cloudy and across the street and everyone is in's shorts -- is in shorts. >> happy saturday or sunday rather. we want to go back to rosemary orozco who is sporting the white here today.>> you are looking fabulous. you are adding hazel hill. you have runners behind you. >> talk about fabulous. look at what is going on. we have been waiting all morning. bay to breakers has the partyers and the elite. these are the serious runners
now. what a beautiful side. good job. amazing. the race started 15 minutes ago and they are already over the hill on their way towards the water. take a look at what is going on when you get closer to the water. we have the clouds piled up and beginning to shrink a little bit. hopefully we will see partly cloudy skies pull through on the coast line. right now drizzled reported on the coast. you go up above us and it has been blue skies all day long. let's put weather on hold. we have more folks coming true. that is funny. while. -- it is about to get real. they will keep coming and coming. these are the ones that take it
seriously. then you have the elaborate costumes. it is going to be a good day. love it. >> we have to talk about the weather. we have a gorgeous day going on in san francisco. if i could control the weather i would put in for a better day. we have nice weather and a lot of 50s this morning. nearing 60 for some. foggy in santa rosa. we have some nice weather coming for the afternoon. we will begin a warm-up today. take a look at the afternoon highs. low 60s expected on the coastline and 60s around the bay. inland communities, mid to upper 70s. partly cloudy skies expected. extended forecast, we will heat things up by midweek wednesday.
with each passing day temperatures will continue to climb and by wednesday with temperatures peaking near 90 and then we begin a cool down after that. that is good news for the folks that are not ready for summer yet. live out here i will step out of the way and let's look at this. this just getting started. we will be here all morning and we're cheering on the runners and cheering on the folks here to celebrate. >> we are 19 minutes into the race. some people have already run 5 miles. >> we saw that group that is linked to together. i am not over that.>> don't slow down. this morning on fox news
sunday, chris wallace talks about ways donald trump can work out his differences with the gop. let's talk to new green -- former house speaker newt gingrich. also refusing to endorse trump. bob woodward digs into terms background including the recent news that trumpet made phone calls pretending to be a publicist in the past. >> the fact that someone who sounds a lot like donald trump used to call up reporters in the early 90s to pop up and talk about donald trump and his business is successes and romantic successes. he went by john miller and said he was a pr agent for trump but they have a tape of a conversation and it sounds exactly like donald trump. at various points he did admit he would call up pretending to be his own press agent.>> wallace said that trump is hundreds of millions dollars
behind clinton and he thinks the only way 12 can raise money in a hurry is to accept donations. trump has said he is financing his own campaign. hillary clinton opened a regional headquarters in sacramento. she bolland -- volunteers were on hand. she opened an office in oakland two weeks ago. the candidate is making her way to contact you today to hold several rallies ahead of tuesday's primary. bernie sanders in kentucky holding a rally yesterday. sanders says wall street companies have acted against the interest of code minors threatening their retirement.>> it is not hard to understand why so many people are losing faith in the entire system. promises decades ago were made to these call minors. it is morally unacceptable that now after years of sacrifice
and years of hard work that those promises are now ending. and that right is pulled out.>> despite clinton's lead sanders made it clear he is pressing on and discussed his plan to win the nomination. kentucky primary on tuesday. the red hot chile peppers anthony is hospitalized. what bandmembers told a crowd at last night's show. tonight's episode of the simpsons will feature home are doing something no other animated program has done before. we will tell you what it is coming up.
investigators looking for the cause of the bus crash in texas that killed eight people and injured 44. it happened yesterday on a highway north of laredo. the bus was headed to a casino when the driver lost control and the bus flipped several times. investigators say it was raining at the time but not clear if the weather played a role. this summer weeks away concerns about the zika virus are growing. warmer temperatures mean mosquitoes which is one of the ways that i was spreads. warren county in new jersey is
working ahead. they released 10,000 fish into the water waste to kill off mosquitoes. new jersey department of environmental protection has use them in the past to combat other diseases.>> a busy even more important with the increase of the zika virus and we are starting to see the effects that is having on human life and unborn lives.>> according to the centers for disease control there are 500 cases of the zika virus in the united states. if you watch a game of from fans have been on the edge worrying about the fate of john snow. it is a mystery but it is captured the attention of police. after kid harrington was pulled over for speeding and instead of giving him a ticket right away the officer gave him a choice. he said he would let him go if he told him what happens to john snow. warning, there is a spoiler alert. if you do not want to know you
to your tv. here we go. >> i have to tell you whether i take you to the police station depends on what your answer is. i looked at him and said i am alive next season. he says on your way. [ laughter ].>> that is an awesome story. harrington said the officer had a straight face the whole time. people hold on with cliffhangers.>> it is a first for the simpsons. it will be live for the first time tonight. how does that work. the final three minutes of tonight show will be a live feed featuring homer simpson in homer will answer fan of phone calls during the east coast and west coast shows. it is the first time in animated program has ever
attempted to do this. you can watch this live tonight on ktvu fox 2 at 8:00. >> how do you do that.>> i don't know. it will be interesting. >> a man goes missing. where he was last seen in what police are looking for. outside now, there they are, thousands of people making their way to the san francisco area. they are having a good time. the 105th running of the bay to breakers and our coverage continues when we come back.
♪i've got the eye of the tiger ♪ ♪ >> all right. there they come, making their way down haze street hill. that's the big part of the hill. now they're running down. >> you have to go up and then you have to run down. >> you're looking at the bay to breakers run which is now under way which is about 30 minutes or so in. >> 7.74 miles from downtown san francisco all the way out to the breakers. some more than 50,000 people are expected to take part. 100,000 people lining and watching. spectators. the race started at about 8:00. ♪[music] >> and there they went right at the start of that first group. of course your elite runners and then you have waves after waves and then as the waves come, that's when you get the
costumes. of course no float this year. no drinking allowed. no nudity allowed. >> yeah. no one in the bus yet. >> well, yes. we're trying to avoid that for the folks at home who are just sitting down for breakfast. >> having a cup of coffee. >> no. it's been a great start so far. as we mentioned, it started about 30 minutes ago. we have live coverage out there this morning, including our own meteorologist rosemary. she is covering the weather. she is covering the run. and she is storm for the day. >> so she is controlling our weather and doing a fantastic job of it, rosemary. >> reporter: thank you so much, guys. good morning to you. for a big event like this, 100,000 people-plus people 100,000 plus people coming on. what a great morning it is. i heard you mention in my year
nudity not allowed. i am here to confirm there is a limited amount of nudity going on this morning. but there are costumes as well. mickey and minnie just went by. we have a man with a horse head. i would attempt to talk to these people but they would probably knock me down and keep ongoing. they are on the downslope of the infamous hill. it is all gravy from here. now we're seeing the more casual runners. still going at a good pace. many are in costume. one more. the man with the big cowboy hat. that is hilarious. i love that one. they are all festive out here. it's a nice party. i'm glad i dressed up. i heard my colleague christien kafton not so much. it is gorgeous weather out here. blue skies. over by the coast, we're
battling with clouds and patchy fog reported towards the coast this morning. that will turn partly cloudy as we get into the afternoon. temperatures right now a lot of 50s around the bay area. fog reported over the north bay this morning. that is clearing out as well. temperatures will be warming up. we begin to warm up today. today will be modest. you may not notice it as much. but on monday, tuesday, and wednesday we have a warming trend headed our way. when i come back, i will the extended forecast for you. we are having a great time out here this morning on the back side of haze hill. these guys are going towards the coast. if you look up towards that direction, you can see the clouds i was talking about just a moment ago. a big party going on. these waves of people are just going to keep coming and coming. we will stick around to show what you is going on here and the latest. in the meantime, i'll send it back to you. >> thank you, rosemary. >> happening right now, one of
the most famous street parties. we have a lot of folks out there enjoying watching as well. we have live pictures from sky fox from up top of the 105th running of the bay to breakers race. >> we had rosemary over at haze hill. we also have ktvu's christien kafton who was originally at the starting line. >> reporter: hey, guys. the run to the bay to breakers is underway. you can see runners making their way through the starting gate on their 7-mile trek from san francisco. from the bay to the breakers. from the bay to ocean beach. these runners are making their way to the haze street hill where rosemary is. a lot of elite runners taking part in this. a lot of runners just having fun as well. they call it the moving party through the streets of san francisco.
the elite runners getting off at 8:00 this morning. they actually burn rubber through the city. they can make their way through the city in a relatively short amount of time. racers make their way through the city, winding their way from here, the embarcadero over to the breakers. we will have continuing coverage throughout the morning and track them through the city. it should be a lot of fun. >> thanks, christien kafton. he is going to head to the end of the race. take a look at your screen and you can see how the runners will wind their way through the city that is 7-plus miles, taking them straight across. they go from howard to haze to golden gate park and then jfk will take them to the great highway. >> stay with ktvu fox 2. we will have continuing coverage of the race. we want you to share your
photos. fire them our way and you can check it on our mobile app as well. turning to other news this morning. the berkeley police department is asking for your help in their search for a missing at- risk man. 58-year-old jimmy shu was last seen on sacramento street. he is six feet tall, about 185 pounds. drives a toyota van. 5rzr030. el cerrito police are searching for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a teenager. the girl she she was walking towards the bart station when he shoved her to the ground. he fought her off and then he ran off. he is believed to be in his early 30s. he may have scratches or bruises on his face and neck from struggling with the girl. 8:57 your time.
santa cruz police have arrested a man on allegations of randomly attacking a woman with a golf club. he walked up to the woman outside of a coffee shop and hit her in the head and shoulders for seemingly no reason at all. he hit her so hard that the golf club broke but she is doing okay. sacramento police have arrested a man accused of throwing a pipe bomb at officers before a standoff that lasted for hours. it started when officers got a report about an armed man in a neighborhood. police say the man was wearing camouflage and threw a pipe bomb at officers before running to a nearby home. the pipe bomb and one other did detonate. luckily no one was injured. the man who barricaded himself inside of the home with four people inside for a number of hours, police say he knew them and they do not consider them hostages. >> it sounds like they were all
friends. so once we're able to interview the subjects, maybe we can get a better understanding why they hung out for so long inside. >> the man surrendered to police around 7:00. police have not released their name yet or given any details about what might have motivated the incident. a judge has granted a one- week extension to a family of a toddler in the emotional battle getting national attention. the family of israel is fighting to keep him on life support despite the fact that doctors declared him brain dead last night. this case is in roseville and it is drawing comparison to oakland teenager jahi mcmath's case. her family won the right to keep her on life support. a bay area congressman is starting a statewide campaign to end violence against transgender people. he was outside for a rally
yesterday to support transform california, a statewide campaign promoting understanding for the transgender community. the issue hits especially close to homing for honda. his 9-year-old granddaughter is transgender. >> she wasn't pretending. she wasn't wanting to be. she was a girl. >> nobody should tell you who you should be. >> honda says transform california is an important step towards making sure that everyone can feel safe being who they are. >> got some killer bees and they are on the attack. thousands of them swarming an east bay neighborhood. in 20 minutes, the warning to residents to stay indoors. pfizer taking a step against the death penalty. the steps that the drug company is taking.
>> we're going to take you out live. that is haze hill. not heart break hill. if you're running 7-plus miles you can see they're kind of -- >> quad break hill. >> your quads are screaming after you go up and down. but you have walkers now. earlier in the morning, just like, what, 15 minutes ago, they were all -- >> these are people that i can relate to. >> yeah. these are the folks that i want to run with. >> yes.
>> rosemary is out there of course. >> dressed as storm. she will have your forecast out on the route during the bay to breakers. the red hot chili peppers had to cancel a show because the lead singer was taken to the hospital. it's not known why he was taken to the hospital. they were supposed to be part of the kroq weiner roast there. the other members of the statementing tack too the stage saying they could not perform that night. they are scheduled to play in tuesday in burbank. pfizer is taking a stand against loathe he will injections. it has taken steps to make sure that none of its products are used in executions. according to pfizer, it shuts off the last remaining open market source of the drugs. its list of products including
the including that also killed michael jackson. those companies must agree that they will not resell these products to institutions for the use in lethal injections. pfizer says it offers the products because they say it will improve lives and markets them for the use as indicated in the product labeling. general motors is telling dealers not to sell thousands of suvs because the gas mileage is wrong on the window stickers. the company tells dealers the environmental protection agency estimation of the mileage is one to two gallons too high. it was reported to the epa when it was discovered and it was an inadvertent area. it affects traverses, acadias and enclave models. they will contact owners to
address the problem. joe's crab shack is cutting back on the no tipping experiment after six months. it was the first chain to eliminate tipping at several test locations and raise the prices to cover the loss. but many customers complained saying they felt ending tips could end the incentive for good service. youtube is testing a messaging service on the smart phone app so people can share and discuss videos. the option is being offered to a small group of people. now, if all goes well, messaging will be included in a future app update available to everyone with an iphone or android. youtube is examining whether the messaging feature will encourage its audience to spend even more time inside the popular video app. we're about 46 minutes into the bay to breakers race. somebody has already won the race. we know that. a lot of people still out on
the course. >> that's right. rosemary is also out there as well. rosemary, you have confirmed and i know that our cameras and our directors had to be very careful that despite the no nudity rule, people are still. >> reporter: yes. >> running in the buff. >> reporter: enjoying the good weather. >> spf70. >> reporter: yes. you know it is warm enough. good job. it is warm enough out here. you don't need a lot of clothing but you're right. we want of course to capture the moment. we want to give you as many shots as possible. every time we turn the cam a we are risking the possibility. here come more superheros. superheros. yes. it's a gorgeous day out here. we are looking at some great weather. already warming up. you know, i didn't actually take my own recommendation when i started the morning. i forgot the sun block. so i just put on our photographer ryan's sun block.
good morning. i stepped up the outfit a bit now. now i'm glowing white on my face. you definitely will need the sun block if you're a spectator. now all these casual runners with the costumes are coming wave after wave. i don't think it will stop before we end our show at 10:00. again, we have great weather. blue skies here. if you look towards the west, we actually had cloudy skies to start the morning. that's the coast of course. we're going that direction. but we are now beginning to see breaks as well, which is great news. when we started the day, it was like being in two different worlds. sunny skies near the embarcadero and drizzle near the coast. partly cloudy skies. we will warm it up. everyone will be slightly warmer today. it's a warming trend that is just kicking in.
temperatures will sore monday, tuesday and wednesday. afternoon highs for today -- hey, guys. good job. low 60s at the coast. low 60s around the bay. 70s for our warmer spots. but then you go inland, mid to upper 70s expected in places like antioch and fairfield. temperatures will continue to move upward. >> uh-oh. we lost her. >> we were doing so well. >> i was going to label her the east hill greeter. >> yes. >> we will do rosemary's job for her. it warms up through the week. hitting almost 90 on wednesday. and then another drop again. so our weather keeps going up and down, keeping our weather team busy here at ktvu. we will check back in with rosemary in a little bit. she is doing so good. doing the weather, giving
people high fives and dressed as storm. >> extra pay. >> yes. giants looks like the team everybody expected at the beginning of the season. a 15-inning scoreless streak. that was over quickly. the blooper single. jake put in six solid innings for the giants, allowing only one. he left the game with the giants ahead 3-1. then you have buster feeling the victory in the 9th. giants win this one 5-3. they won four in a row now and go for the sweep of arizona this afternoon. a's not having much success. oh. that's going to leave a mark. florida and tampa bay rays get all of the runs that they need with. a's try to rally in the 7th but it ends up 6-0 final. it's the first time that the
a's have been shut out. an emotional address to the 2016 graduating class at cal uc berkeley. she shared her personal story about her husband's sudden death one year ago. >> dave's death changes me in very profound ways. i learned about the depths of sadness and the brutality of loss. but i also learned that when life sucks you under, you can kick against the bottom, find the surface, and breathe again. >> dave goldberg died in 2015 because of a heart condition while the two were on vacation in mexico. well, lines at a south bay restaurant has made them change a long-standing rule about reservations. look at that line. we talk about drawing crowds.
people waited for hours. in fact the lines were so long that the restaurant who doesn't usually take reservations has decided to do just that. this weekend, managers made that decision and say starting tomorrow, all the tables at that santa clara location will be reservation only. and you can make those reservations on their website. >> i got one for 10:30 tonight. >> oh, good. >> yeah. right. coming up, park rangers make a swift rescue. in 20 minutes, how three young owls were returned to their parents and what officials say happened. plus -- >> addiction is like any other disease. it doesn't discriminate. it doesn't just happen to other people's kids or any n. another neighborhood. it can happen to anyone. >> that's why just talking about the crisis is not enough. >> president obama teaming up with macklemore. we will look ago the new psa release.
georgia stunned when a pilot crashed while in a performance. the two planes as part of the show crossed paths and then they did separate maneuvers. people at the airport said it appeared that the plane was pushed closer to the ground by the wind and then the pilot wasn't able to gain enough altitude. federal officials are still investigating the cause of this crash. no one on the ground was hurt. the pilot's name is not being released yet. the airport officials say he was from georgia. it was the first accident in the 30-year history of that air show. the national transportation safety board is leading the investigation in a plane crash in central california t was carrying a group of skydivers when it went down into a vineyard. it clipped a truck and flipped over before coming to a stop upside-down. incredibly though everyone
survived. investigators say there were 18 people crammed into that cessna plane when it went down. it's not clear what caused the crash. police in mexico investigating a deadly shooting of three young men in the resort city. there is is no word on motive. but rival mexican drug gangs have been fighting for control of the city. well, another california artist is paying tribute to the late musician prince in an unusual way. christine snyde has created a colorful mural on her front lawn. it took her two days to paint. it's positioned so the trees leaves form the face of prince. the idea is not a new one for her. she had created a mural in the same place to honor a art
instructor. >> i had a bob ross mural back here but it fell during the rain. at the time that it fell, prince ended up passing away and i decided to make a tribute to him. >> she says the new mural is drawing a number of crowds. she was inspired to paint it because she was listening to prince's song the most beautiful girl in the world right when she found out he had died. she hopes this will inspire people to listen to the artist inside each of them. a big find for vanessa hudgens. the star of "high school musical" and grease live was fined $1,000 for carving her name into a rock in sedona, arizona. she posted the picture on instagram over valentine's weekend and was charged with damaging national forest property. president obama is teaming up with macklemore to fight the addiction to prescription painkillers. >> it doesn't just happen to other people's kids or in some
other neighborhood. it can happen to all of us. >> just talking about the crisis is not enough. we need to get treatment to more people who need it. >> macklemore says he is a recovering addict and now wants to help others. this past week the house passed measures setting up federal grants to battle the drug epidemic. coming up in the 9:00 hour, dramatic rescue all caught on camera. what officials do after a man drove off a cliff and plummeted down. our coverage of the bay to breakers continues. we will have the latest in live team coverage. that's next.
weekend. >> good morning. big day in san francisco. got the 105th running of the bay to breakers underway. it's been running for a good hour or so. more than 50,000 people are expected to take part. >> we're going to go with that. it has the runners and now you have the walkers. you have to remember those folks have just come up a big hill. they're resting. here is a look from sky fox. great shot over i believe that is ocean beach. >> ocean beach. >> that's the end. >> the end. >> they're sprinting towards the finish. it was cloudy. the sun was taking a long time to break through. look at that. just gorgeous. >> don't like the weather, just wait a little bit. yeah. all of that fog and due has blown a-- dew has blown away. they have finished up 7.74 miles in about an hour. >> that is pretty fast. >> i don't think spongebob is quite there. >> we have live team coverage
of the nearly 7 and a half mile run. rosemary, she is there donning the storm hairdo. we're going to kick it off with -- >> well, after rosemary we're going to talk about christien kafton. you wonder where he is at the top of the screen. he is in a car trying to make his way over to the finish line. rosemary, how many high fives have you given, rosemary? >> reporter: on and on and on. these guys look great. oh my goodness. we are looking at so many costumes. as we know bay to breakers one of the largest foot races in the whole entire world. we just continue to watch waves and waves of folks move through. it is so entertaining. we saw the serious runners come through early on. now the party is going on. very festive out here. a lot of folks going by. you guys look great. and the weather is great. if i could control the weather like storm does, i would have
ordered just this. we have sunny skies but still cool. not bad for the runners at this point. temperatures are beginning to rebound. temperatures are in the 50s. a few low 60s this morning. we had clouds at the coast as you had mentioned. and half moon bay still seeing the cloud coverage. ocean beach, golden gate park area has cleared out with partly cloudy skies. a beautiful day for a big event like this. san francisco will be nice as we get into the afternoon. 60s in the forecast. when we come back, hopefully we will have a chance to talk to the runners going by right now. i'll bring you the afternoon highs for today. >> charge. >> reporter: and in the extended forecast, our temperatures are going to charge. we are looking at a big warm-up coming our way, even nearing 90 degrees by wednesday. >> if you only knew what was
going on behind you. >> you are doing so good, rosemary. >> reporter: are they photo bombing me. >> yes, they are. i love to run in my favorite shoes and shirt. you have group that's are run -- groups that are running in near to nothing and some people in nothing. thanks, rosemary. we have been talking about the end of the race. look at christien kafton. >> he looks sad. he is stuck in a car because he tried to go from the start all the way to the finish. he is having some issues, i guess, right? >> reporter: yeah. that's why -- >> oh, we're having technical issues. we can't even hear him. we know he is moving. there's jc, his photographer, in the driver's seat. >> they're navigating the streets around golden gate park right now. they're having a hard time. let's take a look at the map. they started right under the bay bridge and worked their way
down market street. before you know it -- >> yeah. we see them making their way through haze and then to the golden gate park. that's in the middle of your screen. they run that big patch of green on jfk drive. and then end up on the very left side of your screen. that's the great highway in ocean beach. >> christien kafton is stuck somewhere. >> somewhere in there. stay right there with ktvu fox 2 for continuing coverage of the race. we would love to share all of the photos on our facebook, twitter and instagram feed. if you have them, send them our way. check out all of the updates on our mobile app during the race. emergency crews from several santa clara agencies came to the rescue of a driver whose car plunged 150 feet off of a cliff. it happened shortly after 1:00
this morning. firefighters, rescue teams rushing into action. they rescued the driver in about ten minutes. >> this is a complicated operations. our partners from chp and sheriff's office was able to shut down the road and allow us to get rope systems in service right away. >> the driver is listed in stable condition after being treated at a local hospital. chp is investigating why it happened. it's still not known if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. well, concord police are warning residents about a swarm of killer bees that took over an entire neighborhood. they are still trying to get around them. they have been swarming around a home. they have been there for the past few days. they are already being blamed for killing two dogs and stinging dozens of people since friday. police have been telling people in the area just to stay inside their homes and cars. experts believe they are africanized bees that made their way to the bay area from southern california. >> the beehive could have come
from any swarm that came in on a truck or was somehow brought back from the pollination. >> they went straight for my hair and my hair ended up falling out. they got in even more. i didn't know what to do after that. i'm running up and down the street screaming. it was very scary. >> this morning authorities are working to track down a scattered group of bees that are still buzzing around the neighborhood. they are hoping to have them all removed by later today. morgan hill police are asking for the public's help in their search for a hit and run driver who struck a person in a wheelchair. it happened around 6:30 yesterday morning. the victim was treated for minor injuries. investigators believe the driver was behind the wheel of that black suv. anyone with information about the case is asked to contact morgan hill police right away. the san jose city council will consider banning travel between north carolina and mississippi. this proposal is in response to
the two laws in the state that critics says discriminates against people based on sexual orientation. it would send a strong message of discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated. opponents say the ban would be difficult to enforce. they will consider the measure on tuesday. park rangers and volunteers recently rescued three injured young owls from the park preserves. they were rescued and brought to a wildlife hospital in san rafael and returned to their parents in two weeks. all three had fallen from the nests. and strong winds may have been the cause. how about some sports? san jose sharks open play in st. louis. the sharks have made it three times before. but have never made it to the finale, the stanley cup finale. they are 3-12 in the western conference game. but the blues haven't been to the final either. three games with the blues this year. the sharks won two on the road
and lost the only game played at the shark tank. it's a best of 7 series. game one in st. louis. the puck drops at 5:00 tonight our time. the warriors get one more rest day before they open the series against okc. it may be the final game for san antonio's tim duncan but both will take time making the retirement decision. the warriors guard andre, it will take a total team effort to defend durant. >> andre understands the concept of take away the easy one and respect the fact that he's going to make hard ones and don't let it get you down. you can make four or five
challenge shots in a row. that's okay. if you let him get four or five transition dunks then you're in big trouble. >> i obviously believe in andre. he is a great defender. guarding durant is not a one- man job. it's going to be a long night. >> warriors center didn't practice yesterday and it's not certain if he will even practice today. game one starts at 6:00 tomorrow morning at oracle arena. if he isn't ready, fetiv will step in. first politician bernie sanders taking on wall street. what he said in the latest rally ahead of kentucky's tuesday primary. when consultant josh atkins books at laquinta.com.
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we get there. elvis is in the building. who do you have with you now, rosemary? hi. can you hear us. >> reporter: yeah. it's really hard to hear you out here. but yes, out here with all these folks. it has become a big party. i came up to a man who was very confused. he was on his way to work and all of a sudden a big race of folks with costumes -- sir, are you going to be okay. >> i think so. i am following the crowd. i think they're all going to my store. i'm on my way to work right now. i hope they're all going to my store. >> reporter: i think you will be fine. maybe not stand here like we are. we are very brave. we are about to be knocked over. hey, good job. >> i'm late. i'm late. i have to get back to work. >> reporter: enjoy. >> is that business casual? it must be business casual. >> reporter: yeah. you're right. i love the wig. >> what kind of store? can we go? >> reporter: we have noticed over the last half hour that the crowd of course is becoming
a little more dense, a little bit slower. we had the fast runners move through here about 8:10, 8:15 this morning. boy, they were quick. and now we have -- hey, ladies. good job. now we have the folks in costume and the folks that are interested in just a big party. and they are making their way towards the coast. hey. hey. and we are looking at some great weather as well. so as we get into your afternoon today, we will see temperatures slightly warmer than where we were yesterday. and this is the beginning of a warming trend for your afternoon. good job. good job. you look great. low 60s expected at the coast. 60sand low 70s around the bay. inland communities, upper 70s expected for today. we have a lot more sunshine out here this morning. clearer. the clouds are clearing earlier than yesterday morning. we definitely are feeling the difference already. as we get into the extended forecast, we are looking at
warmer weather for your back to work monday. tuesday even warmer than that. temperatures will peak on wednesday when our inland cities get a taste of summer here. we're talking 90 for the afternoon. then it goes away. temperatures fall off as we get into your thursday. out here live at the bottom of haze hill, watching all those folks coming over the infamous hill, it's gravy from here on out. santa cruz dealing with mostly cloudy skies. but a gorgeous day for this huge eventment back to you. >> rumor has it at 10:00, when you finish you're going to finish the race too. is that right? >> reporter: i'm going to pick up on the tail end and continue that direction. so i will see you guys maybe monday. >> i have seen your shoes, rosemary. i'm sure you would do it. i don't know if you can run in boots. >> reporter: these boots were made for walking. >> maybe not running. okay. thanks, rosemary.
>> reporter: absolutely. i have to take a selfie. i'll see you later. >> look at that. >> she is such a good sport. check out the finish line. there's the finish line courtesy of sky fox that is flying over on this beautiful day. you can see the wind is blowing a little bit out there. >> but never -- it's always a welcome sight. 7-plus miles. when i ran it a couple years ago, getting back is a pain. a little bit of partying and then an hour goes by and you're sweaty and salty and you're like where is my car. >> yeah. how do i get back. i love doing runs but yes that is the -- that is the big problem. so we will continue to follow this for you. christien kafton we're being told has arrived. he made it on his trek across the city streets to the finish line. we will check in with him in a bit. out of politics in and out, she once asked him about sexist comments to women. he said she had blood coming
out of her wherever. after months of fighting a rematch between megyn kelly and donald trump set to go for tuesday. both will sit down for an in- depth interview. >> you said you felt the moderators had not been nice. do you think it's the journalists role to be nice to the candidates. >> fair. >> you used the word nice. >> oh, okay. i might have said they're not nice but that doesn't mean they have to be nice. >> it's not a cocktail party. >> no. >> kelly has already revealed that trump did not apologize for any of his remarks earlier this year. watch the full interview and more on megyn kelly presents this tuesday at 8:00 p.m. right here. this morning on fox news sunday, chris wallace will talk about the ways that donald trump can work out his differences with the republican party. wallace talking to former speaker of the house newt gingrich who is a trump
supporter by the way. bob woodward, he will talk about trump's background, including the recent news that trump made phone calls pretending to be a pub listist in -- publicist in the past. >> someone who sounded like trump called reporters to puff up and talk about donald trump and his business successes and romantic successes. he said he was a pr rep for trump but they have a tape of one of the conversations and it sounds exactly like donald trump. at various points he did admit that he would call up pretending to be his own press agents. >> wallace saying that trump is millions of dollars behind hillary clinton in the campaign. the only way that trump could raise money in a hurry is to accept donations from a variety of sources. trump has repeatedly said he
will finance his own campaign. good stuff. it airs at 10:00 a.m. right after our newscast. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton opened her regional headquarters in sacramento this weekend. clinton opened a campaign office in oakland a little more than two weeks ago. the presidential candidate is making her way to kentucky today to hold several rallies ahead of tuesday's primary. meanwhile bernie sanders is already in kentucky and he held a rally yesterday. it took place at the rail park and train museum. he says wall street companies have acted against the interest of coal miners, threatening their retirement. >> it is not hard to understand why so many people are losing faith in our entire system. promises decades and decades ago were made to these coal miners. it is morally unacceptable that now, after years of sacrifice, years of hard work, that those
props promises are ending and the rug pulled out from coal miners. >> sanders is pressing on and discussed his plan to win the democratic nomination. kentucky's presidential primary will be held on tuesday. coming up, the red hot chili peppers lead singer is hospitalized. what the band told the crowd in southern california. road rage caught on camera. what the driver did that started that brawl. that's next. and let's take you outside. a courtesy of sky fox of course covering the bay to breakers. but when you have the golden gate and the plane right there, take a look at that. beautiful, beautiful day on tap here in the bay area. much of the bay to breakers, your weather and the works when we come back. ♪[music]
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>> this morning federal investigators are looking for the cause of a bus crash in texas that killed eight people and injured 44 others. it happened yesterday on a highway there about 50 miles north of laredo texas. the bus flipped over several times. investigators from the national transportation safety board said it was raining at the time but it's still not clear whether it played a role in that deadly accident. call it an advanced case of road rage. it was all caught on video. it apparently started when the driver of a white car sped up to pass a truck. but the truck driver was having none of that. he sped up and almost hit a woman. she starts yelling at the driver of the white car and he throws a drink on her. the man with the woman stops and kicks the front of that car. two other passengers eventually jump out and start beating on
the truck driver. and that woman gets hit in the face. it's brutal. the brawl continued for several minutes. eventually all of the people involved in the fight got back in their cars and drove off. houston police say no report was filed and no one in the fight has been identified. >> really crazy. all right. the search for a woman who fell overboard from a carnival cruise ship is now in the third day. she was on a cruise about 200 miles off of the coast of galveston, texas on friday when she fell off the side. there is surveillance video that shows her faulting at about 2:00 in the morning from the ship. now, the crew did immediately take a head count and was able to confirm she was the only passenger unaccounted for. [unintelligible audio]
>> she is from texas and the mother of four. the coast guard plans to continue to search the gulf of mexico for her today. it could be several weeks before the people of mcmurray, canada are allowed to go back to their homes after a huge wildfire broke out earlier this month. that forced a massive evacuation. some of the fire victims are getting the chance to reunite with the pets they left behind. they as you might imagine are delighted to have their four- legged friends back in their lives. >> i'm so happy to have my cat. >> we didn't even have time to get clothes and stuff for our self. the cops were telling us to get out right now. >> there's a lot of emotion. it's very exciting. i have been here every day and got to know a lot of the dogs. it's incredible to get to see them go back to their families. >> many evacuees say their pets sensed danger and went into hiding. huge fire breaking out in
brazil, leaving a neighborhood engulfed in flames. it occurred in the south side of the country's most populated city. dozens of firefighters and vehicles descending on the scene there. 120 homes have been devoid in the fire: well, confrontation with a man and a pipe bomb leads to a standoff at a house that had four people inside. we will tell you how it all ended and why police say the residents are not being considered hostages. a roseville family gets a reprieve to keep their toddler alive. why this life support case is getting a lot of attention right here in the bay area. plus, our coverage continues of the run to the bay to breakers on this gorgeous sunday. check out this view from sky fox overhead. as you can see, they are taking over jfk drive as they make their way through golden gate park, headed out to the great
probably thinking seriously? you live here all the time? and we can say yes. >> i'm from oklahoma. >> this is how it is all the time. 105th bay to breakers. >> a memory for some. as you can see a lot still out on the race. some taking it easy as they slide down haze hill and work their way to the finish line. 50,000 people. we didn't count. we're going to throw that out for what it's worth and 100,000 plus lining the streets. >> these folks are like we're chatting and enjoying the sun, we're texting. >> yes. >> we are taking selfies. but our hands are still up in the air. so we of course have been covering this all morning long out here for bay to breakers. this race actually though started about 8:00 this morning. >> yeah. there they go. that race started 8:00.
all the really good runners -- >> they were running. >> they ran and finished about half an hour later. then all of the rest of the folks dressed up in the garb a lot of fun. >> always a lot of fun out there. people are excited. we have live team coverage of nearly 7 and a half mile run this morning. rosemary is at haze hill. she looks a little different this morning because she is storm for us for her weather coverage. she is looking fabulous. >> held it together the entire three hours. >> reporter: how is my wig holding up? >> looking good. >> let's check in with christien kafton. he is finally out of the truck. he made it from the start to the finish. >> reporter: so we started our morning at the starting line. and take a look, guys, we made it to the finish line. you can see it in the distance. all of these runners, we have heard some very happy runners who are happy to be at the end of the 7-mile run.
we have a couple of them peer. you just finished up. let me know you, how was the run? was it tough? was it fun? >> nothing will prepare you for the hill. that is a brutal five blocks. it's like 11% grade uphill. it was a lot of fun. everybody was having a good time. this is my first time running it. it was his second. >> what was the craziest thing that you saw this morning. >> i saw a lot of naked butts. that was a little crazy. a lot of jiggles out there. >> reporter: yeah. specking of which we had somebody run by who was taking a natural approach to running the race. so this is your second time, your first time. are you coming back again. >> absolutely. >> reporter: last question, it's like a red carpet. who dressed you? what was your inspiration. >> inspiration was a raw animal sense of mentality that you have to get through the race. >> let's see the costumes,
guys. a couple of cave people. a little fred flintstone and wilma. i like it. congratulations on your first run. it's addictive. you run it once and you will come back and run is over and over again. a woman has run it 32 homes. are you going to do that. >> i will do 16. she has already pledged to run. i kept them here for five minutes waiting for that to start. thank you. >> no problem. >> reporter: the party continues. a lot of folks will make a day out of it. there are beach chelets down here. once you finish the run, the fun is not over. >> we apologize. it's almost as if they started talking about seeing people, you had a couple people maybe work their way into the camera. so we do our best. i know you had to do a little dive in front of the camera. >> reporter: we have been as
careful as possible. >> how did they make it that far. >> reporter: jc and i had a strategy for it. his back is to the race and i'm facing the racers. if i see something that doesn't look appropriate for tv, shall we say, i can do like a last minute show. we can move the camera over and make sure we don't show it on tv. it is part of the party atmosphere out here. next time, claudine, frank, we will all run it together. >> okay. >> reporter: and i will have a costume next year. i let rosemary down without a costume. >> speaking of rosemary, she has been a trooper all morning long. we have to go to her. >> rocking the storm outfit. she is the official greeter of the bay to breakers race. your hand is probably going to fall off. you have been high fiving everybody. >> reporter: it is a great time out here. it is incredibly festive. we have been talking about it
all morning. 100,000-plus people out here coming out. i have people saying channel 2. channel 2. so we saw the real runners move through early on. and now we have just the walkers in the costumes and the party-goers. and they are making their way towards the golden gate park area and of course the ocean beach area. we are going to have fabulous weather. we started out with blue skies. at least in our area right here on the other side. we are looking at partly cloudy to mostly clear skies from the embarcadero to the coast, at least that section of the coast. into the afternoon, temperatures will be warming. a great day under partly cloudy skies. low 60s to mid 60s in san francisco. 70s for some of the bayside communities. upper 70s for the inland cities. a minor warm-up for today. the trend will continue as we get into the week ahead.
we're looking at temperatures climbing monday, tuesday, wednesday. that will be the warmest day where temperatures reach 90 degrees for the inland cities. if you don't like the heat, wait a day because temperatures will come down thursday. wow, what a party going on this morning and into the afternoon. if you're coming out, do not forget your sun block. it is already warm and the sun is shining. it has been shining since we arrived at 7:00 a.m. and i don't expect it to go away until sunset. back to you. >> i love that tetris just walked behind you. >> was that rubrik's cube or tetris. >> tetris. i wanted to match them up so they actually fit. >> do i have time to show this puffy man in yellow? i'm not sure. maybe if we can see his sign we can tell what he is. >> i don't know but he's texting. >> whatever he is, he's not interested. he's like i'm texting. >> maybe he is ordering
breakfast or something. rosemary, we will check in before the show is over. well done. say hi to your friends out there. she is up on haze hill where people are starting to walk. >> yeah. >> there is the course right there. if you're trying to figure out where they are, they started on the right side of your screen. it was from stewart to 9th. they were all shoved in there. the financial district now clear. right? >> unless you're driving a car. >> they are cleaning up over there now. >> right. >> they made their way from market to the left side of your screen. >> golden gate park, going through there. you get a nice brisk as you can smell the ocean. >> yes. >> you're almost done. and then finally out to ocean beach and the finish line. a lot of fun. all right. 9:38. we will turn to other news this morning. new this morning, the berkeley police department is asking for your help as they continue to search for an at-risk man.
58-year-old jimmy shu was last seen on sacramento street last night. he is six feet tall, 185 pounds. he drives a toyota sienna van with this license plate. el cerrito police are searching for a man accused of sexually assaulting a teenager. the girl was walking towards the bart station when the man shoved her to the ground and assaulted her. she was able to fight back and police say the man ran off. he is being described as five- eight, heavy build. he is believed to be in his early 30s. he may have scratches and bruises on his face and neck because of struggles with the girl. a man randomly attacked a woman with a golf club. this man walked up to a woman outside of a coffee shop on friday afternoon.
he hit her for seemingly no reason. he hit her so hard that the golf club broke. but she is recovering from her injuries. he is facing assault with deadly weapon charges. sacramento police have arrested a man accused of throwing a pipe bomb at officers after a standoff that lasted for hours. police got a report about an armed man in the neighborhood. a man was wearing camouflage and threw a pipe bomb at officers. the man then barricaded himself in the home for hours inside. police say he knew those people and they didn't consider them hostages. >> it sounds like they were all friends. so once we're able to interview the subjects, maybe we can get a better understanding of why they hung out for so long inside. >> the man eventually surrendered around 7:00 last
night. police have not released his names yet or what motivated the incident. the judge has granted a one week extension to a family of a toddler in a emotional battle getting national attention. the family of israel is fighting to keep him on life support despite the fact that doctors declared him brain dead last month. the extension will give an appeals court time to weigh in. this case in roseville is drawing comparisons to oakland teenager jahi mcmath that was declared brain dead after surgery in 2013. her family won the right to keep her on life support. it happened in front of thousands of people watching an air show at a georgia airport. the deadly crash that federal investigators are looking into. general motors are telling dealers not to sell thousands of suvs because of the window stickers. we will explain next. before we take a break, let's take a look outside. this is overlooking -- you can see the breakers out there. that's where some 50,000 are
running to or have already finished. beautiful sunday. more on bay to breakers and much more when we come back. ♪[music] ♪ so we put our hands up like the ceiling can't hold us ♪ ♪ imagine if the things you bought every day earned you miles to get to the places you really want to go. with the united mileageplus explorer card,
>> i think we moved from the beta breakers -- bay to breakers run to the bay to breakers walk. >> yes. >> there's the finish line as people roll on into the great highway and beautiful shot of ocean beach. you can see those folks running. they see it in sight. >> these folks are going to taste it eventually. you have 50,000 people running
the race. >> rosemary, are you there? where are you? >> come on, storm. >> storm. are you there? >> where are you? >> there you are. >> hell . >> reporter: i am here. i'm lost at this point. we apparently have some type of human fuse ball game going on on this side. check this out for a moment. take a look at them. >> oh, my gosh. >> reporter: i saw the police officers come over here. they had to investigate and monitor and make sure that it is going to be safe. >> that's the slowest part of the parade is the most fun, right, rosemary. >> because that's where all the entertainment is. >> reporter: look at this. how can i get in on this? do they have room for me in there? >> work your way in there. >> reporter: yes, this is going on right here at the bottom of the hill. we are parked at the first aid station. i talked to them for a moment.
they haven't seen a lot of people. maybe six to eight people have stopped in. some for water and band-aids. but not anything too serious. that is great news. we continue to just watch these folks just move through this area. of course they're on the back side of the hill. all good from here as they make their way towards the coast. we have mostly sunny skies overhead. we started out with mostly sunny skies at the embarcadero. closer to the coast it was cloudy. not the case any longer. we have all sunshine out there. and we have plenty of nice weather coming our way for the entire day. low to mid 60s expected in san francisco. the extended forecast will show you that we are going to get on board of a warming trend. today it will be a modest warm up. monday and tuesday, you will notice the change. wednesday, when temperatures peak, our lowest locations will be near 90. we will be toasty as we get into wednesday. then we cool it back down in
time for thursday. i have some folks waving at me. hey, guys. how are you doing? okay. well, i've got this set of folks and ryan on other set of folks. we have been talking about it this morning. various amounts of nudity even though we it's not allowed. look who i have beside me. he pecked me or kissed me. i'm not sure. a good time going on. check out the unicorn. >> there's always the unicorn. >> reporter: i could spend all day long checking these people out. >> i think that's where the party is. >> i think they're for getting there is actually a finish line. >> yeah. at this point. >> reporter: can we do this again next weekend? can you send me out again next weekend. >> get in on that fun. speaking of the finish line, there it is. we've got sky fox over the
great highway. >> yeah. there's tutu going in. a lot of folks, it takes a while to finish. five or six hours before it's all said and done. >> if you're going to walk 7 miles, you will enjoy it but it will take you some time. so those folks -- this is right -- i think that's a nice pocket to be in right there. you're finishing, you're jogging. >> about two hours in. >> not taking all day. >> yeah. a little run. >> all right. we will continue the bay to breakers coverage in a moment. the red hot chili peppers had to cancel an appearance because the lead singer had to being contain into -- taken to the hospital prior to the show. the band was supposed to be part of the big kr roqpeany
roast. pfizer taking a stand against lethal injections. they are taking steps to make sure that none of its products are used in executions. the move shuts off the last remaining open market source of those drugs. it includes the same including -- same drug that caused the death of michael jackson. now those companies must agree that they will not resell those products to institutions for the use in lethal injections. pfizer says it offers the products because they save and improve lives and markets them for the use as indicated in the product labeling. general motors is telling dealers not to sell thousands of suvs because the gas mileage is wrong on the window stickers. the company tells dealers that
the environmental protection agency said that it was 1 to 2 miles too high. they say it was an inadvertent error. it affects the enclave model and others. the company will contact owners to address the problem. one of prince's prize guitars up for auction. how much the opening bid is and where you can get a good glimpse of that guitar. actress vanessa hudgens learns her fate after carving her name on an iconic rock in arizona. how much she will have to dish out to address it.
. >> well, the crowd at an air show in georgia was stunned when a pilot crashed while performing. the plane crashed near mid field while performing with another plane. the two planes cross paths and then they separate to do separate maneuvers. people at the airport say it appears that the doomed plane was crushed closer to the ground by the wind and then the pilot couldn't gain enough altitude. federal officials are investigating the crash. no one on the ground was hurt. the pilot was a professional air show performer from
georgia. there's no word about any motives or suspect information, but rival mexican drug gangs have been fighting for control of the city. the u.s. government recently banned its employees from traveling there for any reason because of escalating violence. president obama teaming up with rapper macklemore to help fight addiction to prescription painkillers. >> this doesn't just happen to other people's kids or in some other neighborhood. it can happen to any of us. >> that's why just talking about this crisis isn't enough. we need to get treatment to more people who need it. >> macklemore says he is a recovering addict and wants to help others. the president says his administration is pushing for better treatments. this past week the house passed measures settling up grants to help battle the drug problem. vanessa hudgens was fined $1,000 bucks for carving her name into a rock in sedona,
arizona. she posted the picture on instagram over valentine's day weekend and she was eventually charged with damaging an actual feature on u.s. forest property. one of prince's guitars are going up for auction. it will be sold through heritage auction next month. the opening bid is $30,000. a similar guitar is on display at the national museum of american history in washington d.c. we're going to take you outside once again. there it is. sky fox catching these people that have been running for almost two hours now. they're making the turn on to the great highway there, about to hit the finish line. >> and really you couldn't have asked for more beautiful weather. we have to thank storm, aka rosemary who has been stationed there and cleared things out this morning. just like you promised. >> reporter: even if i could control the weather, i don't know if i could have asked for
ate better day -- for a better day. it has gone from a runner's event to a walking party to sum it up. there is so much festivity going on out here. these folks are having a great time. if you're thinking of coming out here, i encourage you to bring your sun block. we are looking at temperatures in the 60s around the bay. 70s, a lot of 70s for the bay communities as well. the warmer spots into the mid to upper 70s. we will kick off a warming trend. today it will be minor but it will heat up in the business week ahead. temperatures will eventually get to about 90 degrees for our inland cities by wednesday. and then we cool it back down for the second part of the week. live out here at bay to breakers. quite the event going on. of course we were looking at some -- the folks here. just absolutely amazing. and i don't know, ryan, can you go that way? take a look. it's just a flood of people
that has not stopped since it started about an hour and a half, two hours ago. >> two hours ago. >> reporter: they finally started coming our way. i'll send it back to you guys. >> i was going to ask if the crowd had thinned out. >> reporter: no end in sight. i have been invited to an after party. i might go there. >> thanks, rosemary. it has been busy. check it out on social media as people post their photos. >> thank you, christie for that one. that's like a giant scooter pie with horns or something. i don't know. >> lots of costumes out there. we're looking closely to see if that -- i don't know what that is. but we like it. >> he made it. a beautiful day to run 7-plus miles. >> you deserve to celebrate. it's a family affair. a big group. >> including mr. potato head. that's awesome.
>> we like it. see, that's the kind of costume that i can get behind. you put on a head band and you're in. >> that's all you have to do. >> it's a go. i like it. well, it's been a really fun morning joining us from bay to breakers as that continues in the city. if you're headed out to the city, make sure you that may need to avoid the area. >> it may be a good day to just relax. >> have a great sunday, everyone. >> take care.
ex below sieve new charges about donald trump's past, how will it affect his run for president? he's living with marla and he has three other girlfriends. >> today the new controversy over trump's behavior with women, both in his personal life and the workplace. and who was trump's publicist jon miller who sounds a lot like trump himself? we'll talk with rnc chair reince priebus about that and his effort to get trump and house speaker paul ryan working together. >> i was very encouraged with what i heard from donald trump. >> we agree on a lot of different items and we're getting there. then a debate between former house speaker newt gingrich, a trump supporter, and republican congressman tim huelskamp who is refusing to endorse him.