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someone at a home last night. we'll tell you how other people at this home may have been hurt as welcoming up. well, coming up. 7:00 this wednesday morning. may 18th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather. steve paulson has some interesting stuff to till about. >> going to be cool at the coast. 90 in hayward, 90 everywhere. william tweedy tweeted us, vallejo current condition, 63. patchy fog forming, around the santa cruz coast south. chad still not seeing any fog in balboa park but the air
feels chillier. it is a sign of things to come. still pretty good day for baseball, rangers and a's, southwesterly breeze will kick off but it will be on the warm side. 50s, 60 had not help inland areas. wide variety of temps. warm air aloft translating into a pretty warm pattern here. there is a breeze but not that strong, a little offshore, a little offshore, onshore. so a little bit of a fight. it will still be warm but the fog is moving up the coast and, boy, this system right there is on it way as will, unseasonably strong. patchy fog, cooled off. we lost that northerly breeze. i think a little westerly wind kicks in. still warm and they warm to hot inland. one more day.
7:01. sal, what do you have for us. >> we have slow traffic out there, steve in all the usual spots. let's go out and start with the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see the traffic is backed up for at least a 25 to 30 minute delay. it varies which lane you are in but, of course, that's going to be about the average time and once you get into the bridge, another 10 to 15 minutes into the city. that does not take into account all the traffic heading in this direction from 80, 580 or 880. traffic not a bad commute at all. san francisco traffic is get a little bit more crowded. in the east bay, though, driving through the san mateo bridge or 880, we do have a lot of slow traffic. driving as far as san jose, most of the freeways there are moderately heavy. 85, also slow. peninsula, a little slowing in san mateo for the most part. bay shore freeway between san
bruno and palo alto is just okay. now, at 7:02, back to the desk. >> we'll start this hour with the race for the white house. looks like hillary clinton pulled off a narrow win in the kentucky primary with 46.7% of the vote and bernie sanders with 4.3%. oregon, bernie sanders was declared the winner winning 54% of the votes compared to 45% for hillary clinton. now the two democratic hopefuls are here in the bay area. ktvu's janine de la vega is in the south bay. some people are gathering up before the gates open. >> reporter: yes. we are they contra costa county
fair ground. the age range here runs the gamut. you guys are teenagers and you are missing school your parents know. why is it important for you to be here. >> because, honestly, bernie sanders is the best presidential candidate out here it cares for the people, not only for the environment but everyone. >> do your teachers know that you are here? >> no, they don't. >> reporter: you said you made a powerpoint presentation? >> yes, to our parents to show why we needed to be here. >> reporter: and you can vote. >> yes, we can vote. i'm 18. >> reporter: bernie sanders will talk about a wide range of issues. his campaign includes getting big money out of politics, his
plan to make public colleges tuition free, plan to make climate change. he is looking to keep the momentum going but still polling behind his opponent, hillary clinton. sanders hopes to gain in california where there is large number of delegates. two rallies are being held today, first is here in san jose and the second in vallejo. the one in vallejo takes place at 1:30 on the waterfront. ten thousands of people are expected there. i don't know how many are expected here. the doors will open between 9:30 and 10:00 a.m. these people right here really are just still waiting to get in and they're going to walk in, just so they can get closer. as i mentioned, around 10:00. admission is free, open to the public. really, it's just on a first come first serve basis.
gasia? >> okay. we'll check in throughout the morning to see if that line continues to grow. thank you, janine. the information on the bernie sanders events. first one in san jose, doors open at 10:00 a.m., event at 1:00. and this afternoon, vallejo. oregon had the only republican primary yesterday. donald trump won 66% of the votes. the names of ted cruz and john kasich still on the ballot but both suspended their campaigns earlier this month yesterday, donald trump and fox anchor megyn kelly had a chance to clear the air. kelly asked trump about demeaning remarks about comments he made about her. >> you would be mazed about
the ones that i don't retweet. >> bimbo? >> did i say that >> yes. many times. >> oops. excuse me. you know, not the worst -- over your life, you were called a lot more. >> reporter: megyn kelly asked trump as a powerful person, if he is felt responsible for his words. >> i view myself as a person like everybody else fighting for survival. i view myself now as somewhat of a messenger. this is a massive thing that's going on. these are millions and millions of people that have been disenfranchised from this country. >> reporter: he also said he would not have done so well in this campaign if he acted soft and presidential. ktvu learned that san francisco police are looking at three people in connection with the disappearance of a toddler whose mother was found dead last month. the body of nicole fitts was
found hidden in a piece of wood in mclaren park. she was struggling financially so she left her two daughters in the care of a friendwho gave ariana to the care of her husband who live in oakland. can you talk to you about ariana fitts and nicole fitts? weren't they last seen in your apartment? do you know who i'm talking about? have you seen ariana? >> reporter: police say that the martins and hearns have not cooperated with the investigation and have made inconsistent statements. the martins have hired an attorney who question the statement that they were the last ones to see ariana. meantime, the sister and
mother of nicole went to the scene where they are s she was found. >> i don't know how anybody can do that. that's just awful. >> the fitts family held a memorial for nicole. the company she worked for, best buy, is expected to announce a reward offered to find nicole's still missing daughter, ariana. the san francisco 49ers have been hit with an age discrimination lawsuit filed bit teal's long time stadium announcer. bob sarlot filed the lawsuit yesterday. he was the 49ers announcer at candlestick park for 30 years. he was 66 years old when the 49ers fired him he was told that the franchise told him that they were going in a different direction. the lawsuit does not ask for a specific amount but request
trial by a jury. and the sudden death of a student athlete now under investigation and a letter from christopher columbus about his voyage to america stolen years ago. up next, where it was found and how it got back to its rightful owner. we are looking at the commute on i-80 which is getting bigger by the minute. one more warm to hot day inland. does look a little cooler by the coast, especially on the santa cruz coast line. more on the forecast coming up. .
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disturbance call? >> that's right. the couple who live at this home across the street from us here on kingsley drive apparently called police last night because their 20-year-old son was just outside of the front door of the mouse. he was apparently armed with a handgun and was acting irrationale, may have been intoxicated -- excuse me. may have been on drugs according to police. he was trying to get inside of the home. when pittsburg police got here, eventually, at least one officer opened fire on that young man after investigators say that he refused commands. take a closer look at the front door and see what scene was like, bullet holes in that front door. the man's father and his 17- year-old brother were standing on the other side of the front door and they were also struck by the gunfire while they were standing inside the house. all three of them were taken to the hospital and they are all expected to survive after being shot last night. this happened about 9:00 last night and, again, three people
taken to the hospital. the 20-year-old young man hoo was holding the gun outside of the house and his brother, 17 years owed, and also the young man's father as well. we had a chance a short time ago to talk to a neighbor who woke up to the sound of gunfire next door. >> you know, it's just scary. there's been a lot of crime going on around here. the neighborhood is usually quiet. so it's just scary. >> members of the contra costa sheriff's office will be investigating. the officer who opened fire is a 20-year veteran of the police -- police force. the 20-year-old young man who was firing the shots will be booked once he is released from the hospital.
>> thank you. more than four million people may soon be eligible for overtime pay under new rules by the obama administration. the cutoff for people to be paid overtime in a managerial position is $23,000. and the cutoff is now $46,000. and there is an eeoc hearing today, about the lock of diversity in tech. the my tech industry is dominated by white men and asian men. in the meantime, many silicon valley companies say they are launching a series of partnerships. >> the san jose sharks have evened up the western
conference final. >> the puck moved along, centering pass, they score. >> wingel scored two minutes in and the sharks never looked back. they beat the st. louis blues 4- 0 in game 2. game 3 at s ap center tomorrow night. the warriors will look to rep kate the sharks and win game 2 of their series. despite leading much of the game 1, the warriors were careless and lost game 1. after tonight, the series moves on to oklahoma city for game 3 and that's on sunday. >> thinking good thoughts. >> everybody behaving for you on bridges and roads, sal? >> it is slow. there are some incidents out there but for the most part, just a normal commute. we'll start on highway 4 and this time in contra costa, right through the bay point
area coming through pittsburgh. a lot of traffic here. we didn't have a lot of minor incidents but the traffic has been slow, anyway, from about the tip of antioch and pittsburg right to the concord area. traffic is busy. i do want to mention that we do have the usual slow track eastbound. that's taking about a half hour, that drive here. and i forget to go over here and take a look at marin county because southbound 101 track is backed up from just before 37 to central san rafael. it's kind of normallish. we don't have any wrecks or vehicles reported. 7:17. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. mostly clear. although there is some fog on the santa cruz coast line. pretty well socked in that way starting to work its way over towards the northern part of the santa cruz area. cool there, on land and warm
air aloft are going to translate into some warm to hot temperatures although we've lost really that northerly breeze and that was the key yesterday. sunny, warm. upper 70s maybe. west winds should be kicking in later on and some of that fog right there beginning to work its way up. and they are really socked in there. a little patch on the san mateo coast. there was some in the city. a lot of that disappeared or burned off. 50s for some. yesterday, we were just going nuts but pittsburg 78 degrees. that north wind was the key yesterday. travis had a north wind, 14 gutting into 21. today, southwest-southwest at 7. that's a huge different. a little northwest at oakland, east southeast. but napa also picked up a north wind. it does not look like that's happening today. but still going to be mild and warm, very warm for some. this fog will play into our
forecast on the coast a little bit today. right up here. this system is on its way to dig in. people keep asking me, do you really think it's going to rain? i do, mostly in the mountains. projection for rain, one forecast model, that would be the european model continuing to be rather bullish on rain. some us are leaning in that direction. i can't say that i fault it. there is some unsatisfactory unseasonably strong front coming. not as warm or hot as yesterday and temperatures, 60s, 70s to 80s all over the place opt coast around the peninsula. tomorrow, those everybody joins that cooler party. we'll take it right into your
weekend. i do think some rain is in the mix here for saturday. >> this close for going down to the garage for the fan last night. >> i already did that. >> you are through the tunnel, i do not. >> thank you. you bet. a 15th century letter written by christopher columbus has been returned to italy. in 2012, it was stolen from a library in italy and replaced by a fake. u.s. immigrations and customs enforcement agents got a tip that the original was donated to the u.s. lie prairie of congress. today, it was returned in a rebate yaition ceremony in rome. and a new service that starts today for new renters. and a trial against the colorado movie shooter where a gunman killed 12 people is
7:23. take a look at this video from new york city. see huge flames here. as a result, there is limited metro service in east harlem after this huge fire that happened yesterday. the flames erupted in a storage area under the metro tracks. the heat was so intensity actually bent the steel girders that support that overpass. crews were able to restore two
of the four damaged tracks. commuters are facing long delays and extremely crowded conditions. here at home, what started as an apparent kitchen fire caused significant damage to a home in martinez. the fire was first reported at about 8:00 last night on midway drive. we have video here of smoke from one of the traffic cameras. a house was situated in a wooded area and that may have made the situation worse. about 60% of the homes burned. nobody was hurt but a pet died in the fire. closing arguments in colorado in the sill trial over weather a movie theater can be held liable for the deadly shootings in 2012. 12 people were killed in an aurora movie theater when james holmes went on a rampage. now the jury will decide if sin mark theaters should have known there would be violence. family members of the victims sued cinemark said there was no
armed guard and security was lax holmes is serving a life sentence for that attack. a texas company is facing felony charges for the pipeline break that polluted the waters off the santa barbara coast last year. yesterday, california prosecutors announce that had four felony counts for spilling oil in state waters and 42 misdemeanors for hurting wildlife. the pipeline company says that the spill one year ago this week was an accident but attorney general carmelo harris says that the plains all american pipeline faces $3 million in fines if convicted. a special cross country bike ride for a very special cause. what a bay area hairdresser is doing for charity and what she hopes to accomplish by the end of this summer. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is going to be busy on 80. this is 25 minutes driving
we are getting toward the end of the year and should be time for reflection and celebration but that's not the case. a student athlete collapsed on the field and died. we spoke to the principal about how students there are being supported. first, welcome back to mornings on 2 this wednesday mornings. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's go right to steve paulson with a check of the forecast. >> warm to hot in most but there is a change in the forecast. tomorrow, there will be a big change. there is a decent northwesterly breeze. santa rosa, richmond, hayward, today will be different. it's clear. will be warm. but there is some chang, especially on the santa cruz coast and there was a little bit of fog. yesterday, pleasure point. yesterday, pleasure point. and this is today.
foggy, foggy, foggy. buenos diaz, mui amigo. west wind does kick in a little there. the fog is kicking this way. runs into a lot of resistance. there is a lot of things going on. almost 70 already in brentwood. no help for some inland today. it will still be a little different, though. yesterday was north winds, 14, 21, todayings west-southwest. that's a huge difference. soup warm air aloft and -- there is such warm air aloft and lows here. 60s and 70s there. and 90s here. this is the front that had drop in. the leading edge will be here tomorrow and our temps will follow suit and go way down.
cooler for some, especially around the bay compared to yesterday. all right, sal, 7:31. what do you have on your screen there is? >> we do have slow traffic, steve, in all the usual spots and some accidents. this slowing at the toll plaza has remained constant and steady. we had a hit-and-run crash at the toll plaza that didn't change anything. look at the commute, gives me a trans to remind you that today, there is a daytime baseball game. a's and rangers. they play today. this afternoon, around 4:00 or so, when the game is over, a lot of people will be leaving the colyseum and mixing in with that afternoon commute. crash westbound 80 in the area of apian way. not much of a traffic jam. looks like chp even got rid of
it now. traffic is slow, nevertheless as you drive out to richmond and down into the berkeley area. 7:31, back to the desk. >> thank you. we now know the name of the high school athlete in alameda who died yesterday after football practice. ktvu's brian flores is at the high school >> reporter: we are looking to learn more of the details. grief counselors will be here all week for the students and staff affected by what happened last night. the fire department rushed to the school just before 6:00 last night, took a teenage boy to the hospital where he later died. we still don't know the cause of his death. the new information that we just learned, alameda county coroner's office con turned that 15-year-old giovanni
pollani has died. people know him as gio. they were doing some practices for fall football. fire department emergency crews rushed here to the scene just before 6:00, as we mentioned. the teen was taken to a nearby hospital but unfortunately later died. >> we want the public to know how deeply saddened we are about the situation, that we are here to offer support to the family, to the team, to the staff and the students. we ask people to respect their privacy. >> reporter: we don't know if there was an underlying medical condition or if the weather played a row. >> reporter: again, the cause
of the teenager's death was yesterday to be determined. taking you back out here live. we learned through social media, there are tributes. many are wearing red for gio. the hashtag wear red for joy yo gio and we know that prom was this weekend. >> what a tough story. brian flores in alameda, thank you. time is 7:34. a construction worker arrested last summer by san jose police has now filed a federal lawsuit claiming excessive force. the law office of alfred morales and jaime miacost released this video of the arrest. the lawsuit claims that during a track stop, three police officers beat construction
worker illal molino at least 15 times by about a tons. paulino was first booked on drunk driving charges and resisting arrest. but prosecutors later dropped the charges after they saw the video. the sources are telling the paper that the police department's internal affairs unit is investigating. the police and the city attorney's office would not make a comment to the mercury news. we are reaching out to the police now for a response to that lawsuit. 7:35. san francisco supervisors are delaying a vote on legislation that would require the city to open up new navigation centers for the homeless. the head of the city's new department of homelessness requested the delay to give him more time to examine the legislation. there is one navigation center that is open in the district. people air loued to bring in all their belongings as well as pets which makes it a more
attractive option for people who live in tends. supervisor david campo is pushing for legislation to add at least six more centers the state water resources control board will considereying restrictions -- considerings easing restrictions today. they will consider whether to give jurisdictions leeway to set up their own restrictions. southern california missed a lot on that precipitation. some water districts are actually raising rates to make up for the money they've been losing out on. water managers in marin raised rates for the second time this year. in january, customers saw a $10
a month increase and this month's hike added another 2 bucks to their water bills. water officials have changed their price structure. instead of most of the water bill paying for actual water, now it's going towards district operations. >> i think it's really unjustified. if we're going to be charged more for this we are, should be better quality water. >> looking at what it's going to take to keep our treatment plants running for another 50 years, 900 miles of pipe that need to be replaced. >> marin water district looks ahead to making major changes its infrastructure. more than likely, they will talk about another rate hike in decemberer. trader joe's' are looking into a recall for food because of listeria. they are organic super sweet
cut corn, organize nick peas, petite peas, organic whole green beans, broccoli and organic four some. there are dr. pergo's california veggie burgers. no illnesses have been reported. we have a list of the products waiting for you on ktvu.com. the house of representatives in washington will debate a bill to pay for the zika virus. house republicans say their bill will provide $622 billion in funding through september. both measures are less than the $1.9 billion president obama requested. the mosquito-borne virus has spread the disease. the winds pushed balloons off course forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.
the chp helicopter made trips back and forth to rereceive the passengers. they were reportedly a group of restaurant workers visiting the napa valley. no one was search. 50-year-old nina houston plans to travel 75 miles per hour a day to help other hairdressers to get clients with cancer. a small group of people showed up to give her support and send her off on her journey. the bike ride is to support hairdressers with heart. that's an organization that started six years ago after a fellow hairdresser died of cancer. >> i think that our community, that hair dress hes are lovely, healing humans and they want to do something to help. >> right now, there are 50 hairdressers called style hero. houston hopes that the bike rides will help to recruit 500
style heroes by the end of the summer. by the time you react your post on social media, you may see your own face. how facebook is doing to look at the way that those emojis work. and tough decisions for pets for a better quality of life and traffic is going to be busy. if you are driving on 24, westbound, it stays that way all the way into oakland. well, if you like warm weather, today is your day because starting tomorrow, we cool down. by the weekend, we really cool down. a break down of all of that coming up.
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7:42. today, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is addressing allegations that his company does not target conservative groups. the groups include glen berk, arthur brooks of the conservative think tank. took says that a software algorithm blindly combs the internet for what people are reading and sends out a list of what's trending regardless of politics. in san francisco, people living at the mark merced apartment will now have an incentive to use uber. there is a $1100 monthly credit that can be used for bart, uber. the plan is able to people signing leases starting today the head of national intelligence says that the u.s.
has seen evidence of hackers spying on presidential candidates. the fbi and homeland is working with campaigns to tighten their security. foreign hacking was rampant during the 2008 presidential campaigns. president barack obama and mitt romney were athe target of attacks. neither hillary clinton and donald trump's campaigns are strong enough to stop them and wondering whether an illness or treatment will help your pets but what if your pet gets sick. pam cook has the story. >> reporter: you may be surprised to learn what kind of
medical care is available and how much. >> this is not going to cure her. we are keeping her comfortable >> reporter: that's lilly, the family dog diagnosed with cancer. we had conversations with the vet about options. they landed in the oncology department of pet emergency and specialty center of marin. >> my job is to find options, right, regardless of what your socio and eek nick status it. if you have the desire to treat your animal, i have to provide treatment that fits your budget >> first, i never had heard of that. >> it's not the oncology, the center has surgery department to handle knee and hip procedure, dermatology for pets suffering from skin problems
and ophthalmology. other facilities offer acupuncture and home pathy services. knee surgery can run about $4000. chemotherapy can be much more than that the good news is that there is health insurance available. not very many pet owners have it but it is getting more and more prevalent where you have a deductible similar to what you have. it covers that and it pays for 80 to 90% of thecosts. >> just like a human member. >> yes. and the facility was two stories and covers a whole block. the mentality health association of san francisco are holding a very special award ceremony in fran tomorrow to honor some great people. >> it's going to honor those who have gone above and beyond to advance mental health recovery and fight the stigma associated with mental illness.
>> i'm proud of what they do. i'll be m c'ing it. >> you will see on your facebook page. >> dave has a facebook page? >> he is on fire. gassa, you should think about getting on social media. it would suit you. >> i will give it a try. facebook live this morning. >> whoa. >> getting there. >> good morning, everybody. of course, i'm just playing. we all have facebook, twitter. some us have snap and insta, too. so there you go. traffic is slow, still through bay point and concord. 880 taking a beating down to alamo. the bay bridge, people are make can the long commute.
forget all the time you spend getting here. you will be here for about a half hour getting through. getting out to the macarthur maze. 101 is very slow. 85 and 280 slow as well. 7:48. let's bring stephen here. >> al. >> yes, sir. >> dikembe motumbe has a facebook page, too >> i noticed that. >> garagesle congratulations on the first pick of the draft -- oh wait. has not happened yet. >> on time. on time. a's and rangers today, day baseball, sunny and nice. upper 70s. a little west wind might kick in. we lost that northerly breeze
which was pronounced yesterday. that looks to be abating. there is some fog, thick fog but not making much progress. it's there around santa cruz. a little patch ann do mean little. very little around the san mateo case. we had some, sutro golden gate. that may have disappeared. 50s, 60s, again with the north breeze. a lot of 70s. there are still some that are warm. it will still be warm to hot inland but not as hot as for coast and bay, probably not as hot. i doubt richmond or hayward hit 990 again. 32 in truckee. 52 in reno. looks really nice up in the sierra nevada today. temperatures really warming up and there is going to be a huge change yements, truckey on the
weekend. only by the immediate coast but this is the system that will carve itself out over the entire coast and settle here. the best opportunity -- well, windy and cool will be the main impact. partly cloudy skies. best chance of rain will get into saturday. suffice it to say there will be a big change here. patchy fog, mainly santa cruz coast but it might start creeping back here. temperatures, 60s to 90s. some warm air aloft and temperatures warming up. it will be close for a lot of these. this may be it for 90 degrees highs for a while. the trend is 5 to 7 below normal here. they will be way below by the weekend. >> an inside weekend perhaps?
>> perhaps. depending upon how hardy you are. >> there you go >> thank you, steve. there have been more and more shark sights in monterey bay and el niño may be the reason why. this week on a helicopter tour, dozens of great white sharks were seen from sunset beach up to capitolla. scientists were begin a chance to fly with the pilots to get a better look. they say typically, the marks would not be this far north but they suspect that warmer weather, because of el niño, and lots of food brought them here. a silicon valley website was hacked. the damage done beginning to surface. how much personal data was hacked from linkedin. and a hues piece of nasa history arriving today in lake.
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have to make that move just yet but there is relief coming. let's head over to steve paulson. >> by tomorrow. a little bit on the coast today. tomorrow, everyone in on it. we'll get a big drop gasia and dave. today, different. flight component of an onshore but also westerly breeze. for some, closer to the norm. day baseball today, yeah, a's and rangers. santa cruz coast line, maybe a teeny bit on the samuel on the san mateo coast. we had low to mid-70s. we'll warm pretty quick. even on the peninsula. much cooler for pacifica at 55. 63. 61 palo alto. pretty warm early here.
the breeze which was roaring out of the north yesterday is not as strong. sunny to warm to hot inland. maybe a slight cooldown. no doubt about it. leading edge is closer and closer and will be here tomorrow. patchy fog, cool for some you stuck in that fog but warm to hot for most. patchy fog on that coast and maybe a late breeze. 60s, 70s, 90s for some inland. 8:02, slow track. anything new on the screen there, sal? >> slow and in some cases, very, very slow. some might say a brutal commute on interstate 80. we'll start there look, almost an hour to drive from the carquinez bridge. just volume on highway 4 extending all the way down, all of it slow, driving to the
mcarthur maze. getting to the bay bridge, you will see that the track has backed up. the time i've begin you does not count for the waiting i gave you here which is another 30 minutes. we are talking about an hour and a half. if you live in vallejo and trying to get to san francisco, one and a half hour, plus. brutal. 238 down toe fremont, stop and go. dumbarton bridge very slow. looking at the south bay, slow here. accident at 880 northbound. the damage is done for the south bay commute. at 8:03, back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we are now learning it was a domestic disturbance that ended with a man shot in pittsburg. >> the pittsburg police department says that the couple who live in this home in this neighborhood called up police last night because their 20-
year-old son was armed with a gun and was trying to get inside their house. they did not want him inside the house. it's the place just across the street us here and according to investigators, that young man was acting irrationally. his mother told 911 dispatchers that he appeared to be on drugs. a pittsburgh police officer showed up here and eventually was forced to open fire, according to investigators, on that young man who was near the entrance of the home here on kingsley drive after he refused command. that young man, the 20-year- old, was struck in the leg. some of the shots fired by that officer also hit the man's father and 17-year-old brother who happened to be standing on the other side of the front door. the officer who fired did not see them on the other side of that door. all three family members who were shot and wounded last night are expected to survive. now, police say this was an emotionally charged situation and the officer who fired had to make a split-second
decision. >> he was actually pointing the firearm at his father and family members inside the residents. when officers aride, the firearm was now in his waist band. as our officers actively engaged with him and tried to get him to put down his weapon, he refused, at which point, he reaped for his firearm. and he was shot >> reporter: according to the pittsburgh police department, the officer who opened fire last night is a 20-year veteran of the force. he was the only one person who opened fire last night. the 20-year-old who was hit by the gunfire, the one who was armed and standing outside of his house, he was stuck in the leg, still hospitalized at this point but he is expected to make a full recover rim once released from the hospital, he will be booked into jail on charges of assault with a
deadly weapon. >> alex, thank you. the director of national intelligence says that they have seen indications that foreign hackers are spying on presidential candidates. the phish and homeland security are working with the example -- -- campaigns to tighten their stuarty. you may remember that in the 2008 presidential elections, both president barack obama and mitt romney were target in the current race for the white house, sure looks like hillary clinton pulled off a narrow victory in the kentucky democratic primary. 46.7% of the votes to bernie
sanders' 46.33% of the votes. and in oregon, bernie sanders won with 54% the votes to clinton's 46%. and now they are turning to california. ktvu's janine de la vega is where supporters have been lining up for hours now. >> this is where they are enerring many they are not letting them in yet. again, that's not possible at least right now because the event is happening later. you can see they are selling t- shirts and signs. people out here are just very excited. we'll also heard a lot of people yelling, you know, feel thebern. as you had mentioned, a lot of people got here early. the first person was in line at 4:15 this morning, just because
they wanted to make sure they would get a very good seat. i'm joined by one of them. this is the second person in line. her name is jill. jill, you are from santa cruz. we were talking earlier and, before, you said you never really cared before. what makes a difference this time to vote in the presidential election? >> well, bernie is a genuine person and he supports the working class. he trusts science so he knows about climate change and health carries important to me because i'm a cancer patient. so that's a really big thing for me. >> reporter: thank you so much, jill, for speaking to us. one of the supporters who is out here for this rally that is free on open to the public. fair ground staff told us they were planning for about 20,000 people to come here. admission to this event is 0 and first come first serve basis. >> let's tack a look at what it looks like inside the venue. we have a camera there that is
taking a shot of the stage and podium. secret service is here. sanders will address the cloud at 1:00 p.m. winning the primary in california is a big prize because of the number of delegates here. he will head to vallejo after that. tens of thousands of people are expected there. and that service had start at service park on the warren front. here in san jose, expect some heavier trashing near the back of the fair ground which is between the center and monterey road. and just so you know, gates open at 9:30 but it sounds like they are not going to actually let people enter until 10:00 and then bernie does not take the stage until 1:00 p.m. back to you. >> all right, janine de la vega in san jose, thank you.
you heard janine, the doors open at 10:00 a.m. in san jose. the event is scheduled for wum p.m. in vallejo, the doors open at 4:00 p.m. and the speech is set for 7:30. and hillary clinton will also be here. bill clinton will be for a rally. it's not known if they will have public appearances while in the bay area next week. campaigns say they announce public events just a few days in advance. to the republican race. in the gop primary, donald trump won with 66% of the votes there. ted cruz and john kasich suspended their campaigns. last night, donald trump and fox news megyn kelly had a chance to clear the air about the feud they've had during a prime time special. kelly asked donald trump the likely republican nominee, about demeaning remarks he made
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the playoffs in 23 years. it's been busy, gasia and dave, on 80. this commute on 80 has been terrible. we'll look at it heading to the mcarthur maze. we are seeing some improvement here at the maze. nothing coming around to the bay bridge toll plaza but 80 is jammed packed. just one of those days as you drive through the area. since we are here and i'm lacking hi, let's drag the map here. southbound 101 to san rafael not looking good. bay bridge, that is a 35 to 40 minute commute getting into san francisco. southbound 880 had be slow this among as you drive from hayward down to the mission boulevard
area of fremont. there is an a's game, daytime game again the rangers, should be out in time for the afternoon commute. people will be using that interstate 880 for that afternoon commute. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. >> fog is creeping up the coast. somebody is yelling in the back. that's when dave and i got to work today. [ rock song ] >> i believe that's billy squire. he just turned 66. pam loves billy squire. >> yes, pam loves him. >> that's correct. >> all right, thank you. we do have a little bit of fog. by that, i mean it's thick but it's moving up the coast ever so slowly. santa cruz, san mateo. will be cooler. maybe warm, upper 70s to near
80 but should be a west wind kicking in. the fog is moving slowly up the coast making an impact. they had a little bit of fog, golden gate. these are temperatures that are 20 minutes old. you might add a degree or two to these. upper 60s for some. campbell in there san jose state, cupertino, 67. 56 in santa cruz. lots of fog. yesterday was a due north. that's a huge different. west at oakland now. west at the oakland airport. so it's on its way now. even though it is sunny, it will not be 82. that's that trick yes, sir forecast when the fog machine starts to roll in. sunny today, nice. highs in the low 70s. yet on the weekend, it will be
cloudy, mostly cloudy, rain, maybe even some high elevation snow in the areas. the nothing will play into our weather a little bit today, a big time event by tomorrow as this system begins to churn right there and begins to drop in on the entire west coast. best opportunity for rain will be on saturday. looks like rain likely in the north bay and maybe even scattered showers and thundershowers. the european model has on rather bullish on rain. quarter inch on sacramento, .13 in santa rosa. i do tend to believe on this model. here comes the system and dynamic. you can see that lighting up. and look what, whamo, friday afternoon. out the eastern contra costa
and sierra, that will be going and going. three days away. we'll fine tune things south. if you are in that fog, pretty cool but if not, 60s, 70s, 80s to 90s. cooler coast and bay. i don't think that richmond and hayward will hit the 90s. temperatures today on the hot side for a few and it's already starting na na -- that way. we get a little cooler, dave. >> okay. >> over the week, 60s on the temps. >> we've been warned. >> yes. >> thank you, steve. if you thought that the drought was over, think again. what state officials are staying about the historic drought even if the recent rains filled up our reservoirs and next on money business, the linkedin hack happened years ago but now your personal information may be at risk.
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broader market, we have a live look at the dow jones industrial right now, up a little bit. 12 points is all. nasdaq and s&p up as well this morning. no big economic news affecting things today. mitsubishi motors announced that its president and vice president will be stepping down taking responsibility for the company's mileage number scandal. mitsubishi falsified fuel economy tests making it look like hundreds and thousands of cars had better mileage. rival nissan first discovered it. hacker who is hacked into linkedin in 2012 is now selling that da to on the web. they are being sold and on an illegal web marketplace called the real deal for five bit
coins or about $2200. experts suggest you change your password immediately. if you used the same password for multiple sites, be sure to change those as well thousands of people are expected to attend google's annual developer conference. they used the conference from san francisco's moscone center to the shore line auditorium. google will announce products to compete with sames sung. the conference starts this morning running through friday. uber riders can now track their family mess. it allows you to get notification when a family members starts and ens a trip. it's connected to uber's family profile feature. signed up for a family account or update the account that you
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my photos. i hate to see my photos popping up. >> let's go drive a tesla. >> right. we could have one you and me. the police department has been searching for a missing toddler now focusing in on three people. we'll tell you about a connection between them and the child's deceased mother. and grief counselors will be on hand at encinal high school in alameda after a student died on the practice field this morning.
it is 8:30. we have a beautiful wednesday morning for you looking live outside oakland at the estuary. >> that's cutt's backyard if you can believe it. oh, yeah. >> yesterday, i was jogging at the estuary. at 3:00, i thought i was going to melt. thankfully for those of us who cannot stand the heat inland, there is fog coming in the form of fog. let's talk to steve paulson about this and other changes. >> big changes. tiyaugo pass opens in yosemite. i think they should wait next week. >> because of rain? >> it's going to snow up there. it's going to be a bit cool here. temperatures will be in the 60s. kelsey cox says it does not feel like it cooled off at all here in concord. almost 70 here in crying out loud. >> it's not going to go down
until tomorrow. hang in there. fog is on its way. i know it's pretty shallow and it will only impact a portion the coast but that's a sign of change. fairfield at 68. that's down about 8 compared to 24 hours ago. the reap being that north breeze has tapered off. still some very warm air aloft. today will be warm to hot for many. already some 60s. north breeze is the key yesterday. might even be a little westerly breeze kicking in. eek land, west. that's a big difference compared to yesterday. this low carves itself out on the west and settles in for a huge change. today, except for maybe the immediate coast, cool for some but warm to hot for most. near 90 inland. san mateo, santa cruz. 60s to 90s. tomorrow will be 50s, 60s and
70s. what do you have for us? >> we have slow traffic on the 80. slow traffic trying to get into san francisco, of course. san francisco itself coming from the peninsula is slow northbound 101 past cesar chavez and down to the lower deck of the bay bridge. here, it's only about a 20 minute delay but most of the slow traffic is on 80 still. we have seen a drastic improvement in the last few minutes on 8 0e coming down from hercules to richmond. beginning to thin out, finally but still very slow. i would estimate about a 40 minute, maybe a little less than that driving from hercules to richmond. talking about the east bay commute, 880 southbound slows at hayward and san leandro. northbound same spot. back to the desk now. >> grief counselors at encinal high school in alameda helping
teachers and students deal with the death of a classmate. >> a 15-year-old died during football practice. brian flores is there. you just talked to a friend of the student. >> yes. >> reporter: he was still in shock, in tears, trying to come to grips with what happened. we are live in encinal high school. grief counselors will be on hand for students and staff, many shaken up by the student's death. the alameda county corp another confirmed that the student who died is giovani paulino. people know here as gio. before 6:00 last night, gio all of a sudden passed out. school officials immediately rushed to give him medical aid. the fire department rushed to school and took the teenage boy to the hospital where,
unfortunately, he died. it remains unclear if the warm weather or any underlying medical conditions played a role in his death. as we mentioned, we spoke to a friend and teammate of gio who says that he is simply heart broken. >> does not even feel like he's gone. he's still in my heart. i don't even know what to say. i can't even sleep last night. >> we want the public to know how deeply saddened we are by this situation. we are asking that the people are respectful of the family's price i. our heard are with the boy's family and friends. >> mass cone call and e-mails were sent out notifying parents. it said we ask that you support each other and the student's family in this difficult time. taking you back live here, looks like some of the family members are here, making their
way in, perhaps talking to school owe physicians about what happened. many students and many family members that we have seen are in tears this morning. again, grief counselors will be here. teachers and administrators are also going to be speaking to students in gio's age range. very heartbreaking for a lot of students and staff here at the high school. back to you. what a tough story. >> brian, thank you. ktvu has learned that san francisco police are looking at three people in connection with the disappearance of a toddler whose mother was killed last month. the body of nicole fitts was found under timber. she was struggling financially so she left ariana fitts to the care of a friend, cecilia hearns who lives with her
boyfriend. we tried to talk to them but they refused. >> can i talk to you about ariana fitts and nicole fitts? weren't they last seen in your apartment? do you know who i'm talking about? >> reporter: police say that the martin and hearns have not cooperated in their investigation but have also made inconsistent statements. they hired a lawyer who question that nicole was the last time person who saw them. >> i had no idea. being so close to people >> it's just awful. >> reporter: the fitts family hell a ceremony for nicole scattering her ashes in the bay. and the company she worked for, best buy, is offering a reward
for information. and a man who was shot is in critical condition. it happened in san pablo as a group of children were playing basketball nearby. witnesses say that the gunman shot the victims several times right outside of the man's bathroom and ran away. >> you have children over here. daycare. you have children over there and the playgrounds. people are playing tennis. >> police describe the shooter as a light skinned man in his 20s, about six feet tall, wearing a cream colored shirt and baggy jeans. the victim, man in his 20s was taken to the hospital. what started as a kitchen fire cost a lot of damage to a house. firefighters say that the house is in a wooded area which may have made the situation worse. about 60% of the home burned. no one was home but a pet bird
may have died in the fire closing arguments in colorado in a civil trial over whether a movie theater can be health liable in the deadly shootings there in 2012. 12 people were killed in an aurora colorado movie fleet her james holmes went on a rampage. now a jury will decide if cinemark theaters should have known there was a chance for violence during a midnight premiere of the movie the dark knight. family members of victims sued cinemark sawing that security was lax. a company in texas is facing felony charges for the pipeline that ruptured over the santa barbara coast last year. california prosecutors announced four felony counts for spilling oil in state waters. and 42 misdemeanors for hurting while life. the company says that the spill near refugio beach one year ago this week was an accident.
attorney general harris says that plains all american pipelines face almost three million dollar in fine if convict of all counts. a construction worker arrested by san jose police last summer is now filing a federal lawsuit claiming excessive force. a lawsuit released this video the arrest. they claim that three rookie patent offices beat him with a baton. the video was reported by a camera mounted at the home of one of paulino's neighbors. he was initially booked on drunk driving charges and later the charges were dropped. the police department's internal affairs unit is investigating the accident and police and the city attorney declined to comment on the mercury news but we did reach out to police for a comment. we are still waiting for a response to the lawsuit.
muni is expected to add more modern buses to its fleet. the 60-foot becauses have an accordion middle that connect two halfs together. the san francisco board of supervisors still have to approve the deal. they are expected to arrive september. the and a victory for the san francisco. the american beverage association and other groups filed a lawsuit saying that message is misleading. yesterday, a federal judge refused to padlock it and called the warnings factual and accurate. the ordnance takes effect on
july 5th. according to the chron clerks the head city's new department of homelessness asked for a delay to give him more time to look over the legislation. there is one navigation center in the mission which has fewer rules than the conventional homeless shelter and lets people bring in all of their belongings as well as pets which makes it more attractive to people who have beenlying in tents. supervisor david campos wants to add six more centers. an e-mail scam may have compromised thousands of students' permanent information. the scammers got access to the names, addresses and social security numbers of 7500 students. ccsf is now retraining its employees offering id protection to anybody who may
have been affect glsmgd scary moments for 16 people up in a hot air balloon. this was yesterday right near the napa river. winds pushed the balloon off cord and the balloon pilot had to make a landing in a remote area. chp helicopters had to make several trips to retrieve the passengers which were a group of restaurant operators. the cannabis permit will be reserved for people who lived in east oakland for two years and people convicted of a marijuana crime. this will help diversify the industry. critics say that the policy is just too narrow and should be
ex-pawnded to other areas of oakland we know what a good hair style for a good person. a bay area hair stylist is taking on a whole new mission. what she is doing right now for charity and what she hopes to accomplish by the end of the summer. and what could be the reason behind shark sightings in santa cruz? and getting crowded here approaching highway 17. we'll take a look at that and also other commutes around the bay. very foggy on the santa cruz coast but still warm to hot for many inland today. this will be the last hot day for a while. big change on the way starting tomorrow.
welcome back to mornings on 22 >> it's 8:47. california water administrators say that our drought is not over yet. this is the fourth year of the drought. however, we did get much needed rain. the water resources control board will consider easing water restrictions. they will vote on whether to give local water districts control of setting their own water-saving targets as we cut back on water here in california, some water districts are raising rates to make up for the money they have been losing. water managers in marin raised
the rates for the second time this year. in january, customers saw a $10 a month increase. this month's increase added another $2 to the waterbill. water officials changed their price structure. instead of water bill to pay for actual water, it's now going towards district operations. >> i think it's really unjustified. if we're going to be charged more for that water, it should be better quality water. >> that's what it's going to take to keep our treatment plants running. >> with marin water district looking ahead to some major changes in its infrom structure, they will look for another rate hike in december. there have been more and more shark sightings in monterey bay and el niño may be the reason why. on a helicopter tour, dozens of
great white sharks were seen from sunset beach to capitolla. researchers were given the chance to go flying with the pilots to get a better look. typically, the sharks would not be found this far north. but they suspect that the warmer water, because of el niño, and lots of food, has been drawing them up here. it's 8:49. let's check in with sal and what is happening in the south day with their commute. >> it is not that great, dave. as you know, it is not doing well. part of it is everyone on the road. we'll start with a look at 280 in san jose. beginning to get a little bit better northbound. but just up the road, slow traffic. if i allow me to put up the map, i will show you 280, all that red here. 101 are and 85 are no good options here. so all of it is slow trying to get into the valley. the best bet is for you go
there, knowing that on work around that, from home. 8:50, let's go to steve in the weather center. >> sal, thank you, summer clear inland, warm to hot again. we lost that northerly breeze but there will be a little cooling coast and bay and the fog is now engulfing the entire santa cruz coast, looks like it's beginning to creep forward. just a matter of time here. it will be pretty warm until about 1:00 or 2:00 and then i think that sea breeze will kick in for many along the coast. inland, it will take an extra day. temperatures will have no problem warming up but that late breeze, already low 70s. blackhawk in there at 76. 71 lafayette. 70s. it's going to be near 90 for some but there is a little
different today. warm air aloft and high pressure, not a breeze because that's out of the we-southwest at travis, west at oakland. eventually, that's right going to kick in and be strong enough to overcome that. still well above average here and sunny for the entire state today unless you are down in southern california maybe or on the coast. monterey stuck in the fog and 59 degrees, 62 ukiah. fog, though, on though it's shallow is starting to take that turn and moving up the coast. sometimes, it's a slow process but that's a sign of things to come. pacific northwest, moving up towards washington, and that's going to usher in cooler conditions and a big ramp up of that fog ramp. best bet will be on saturday. could be some showers, thundershower activity on sunday. there will be some pretty good activity up in the sierra nevada, also shasta and maybe even some high elevation snow here. be advised by that if you are
going to the mountain, probably not thursday but on friday. low moves in. watch for that rain to development friday afternoon, whamo. looks like this thing slides in and stays in the sierra but there will be another piece of energy rotating down saturday that looks to be our best opportunity for some rain. patchy fog, cool to hot near inland. it's creepy crawling up the coast. still looks pretty sunny for most, especially marin coast and sonoma but not tomorrow. 60s and 90s. dave, take your pick. if you want warm weather, head inland. if you want cooler temperatures go to the coast. santa cruz, 65. that will be one of the coolest which is a rare thing to say, especially they run much warmer than half moon bay or anybody else on koft but probably not today. cooling for everybody thursday. cooler and windy on try day and then rain and possible
thundershowers into the weekend. >> so before the natural cool starts, we'll leave the air conditioning on today? >> in land, yes. but not tomorrow. mother nature will take care of you. in case you missed it post in our instagram page. this is some of the animal life that sky fox captured in the santa cruz bay in just an hour. engage with us by following at ktvu2. we'll be right back.
hairdressers. a small group of people came out to give her support and send her off on her journey. the bike ride his support of hairdressers with heart that was started four years ago after a fellow hairdresser died of cancer. >> the hairdresser community is lovely, human and want to help. >> right now, there are 50 hairdressers called style hire yos working with the organization. the bike ride is hoped that they will recruit at least 500 style heroes by the end of the summer a stolen 15th century letter written by christopher columbus has been returned to italy. the letter described the voyage to the americas. the real one was stolen and
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is here and san francisco has named one of the most playful cities in the country. we are live with the people behind the push to get more children outside and active. >> poison. yeah, i got the nod from dave. nothing better than a hair band, i say, welcoming you to wednesday. >> did you say hair band? >> yes, poison, ultimate hair band. music of my high school, middle school years. >> sometimes, it does not really -- i don't think hair band and i don't think of you. >> you didn't know me in high school. >> i guess, okay. fair enough. >> fair enough. >> it is a glimpse into our soul every day. we get to pick a song to start the day. we first begin with politics and specifically the race for the white house nationwide.