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>> and i'm dave clark. let's talk about the traffic and weather. first, let's talk to steve paulson who will tell us if there will be clouds? >> this is southwest flight 1532 coming from phoenix. i'm in section a, bit way, always a. >> let's get to it here, we do have low clouds. partly cloudy pattern here, not really changing my plane will arrive later, from end sin yo. coming over the mountain, pretty good storms. west-southwest, a few 40s, a lot of 50s here, low to mid- upper. stanford, a little cooler there
at 50 but 55 del monte, san mateo. shower activity can certainly pop up a little later. you can see why. everything is rotating over the series of lows, giving us cool conditions. sun and clouds. light rain or thundershowers possible later. mostly cloudy, partly sunny, 60s to mainly low 70s. all right, sal, south 701, what can you tell us. >> it is crowded than when we started at 4:01, steve. but i digress. yes, there is a crowd here, although it was more crowded 15 minutes ago. it seems to be here at this spot where it's 25 minutes and staying that way, probably will stay that way for the 7:00 hour. highway 101 in san francisco also getting crowded, not stop and go, as you drive through the area. i do want to mention that traffic in the east bay is still very slow on 80
eastbound. south bay commute, and traffic on 101 is slow. nothing too major to record in the way of crashes but you will see some slow traffic for sure. 7:02. back to the desk. >> vallejo authorities are searching for a suspected arsonist suspected of setting a fire that killed his own son. alex savidge is in vallejo >> reporter: investigators say he intentionally set fire to this home here. his family was sleeping inside the home at the time. that fire ultimately killed the man's five-year-old son and severely burned that boy's mother. you can see that neighbors set up this memorial out on the sidewalk in front the home in honor the child who lost his
life in this fire. this morning, a manhunt is underway for 52-year-old darrylone shuemake sr. accused of burning this home. he douse add bedroom with a flammable liquid while the child and his mother were sleeping in that room. the mom suffered second and third degree burns and is now being treated at u c davis medical center. neighbors tried to rescue the five-year-old boy deleone but they could not save him. one of shuemake's oldest son described the suspect in this case as an abusive father who was always violent and controlling. >> i've known how bad my father was for many a years. that's why i always did my best to get away from him. and this entire situation was -- has me really stressed out, really depressed. my little brother only made it to five years old.
>> reporter: court records show that the suspected arsonist in this case was accused of harassment and domestic violence involving other children in solano county in the past. investigators have not said what motivated shuemake sr. as we bring you to live pictures here, the five-year-old who lost his life, deleone, was always playful, loved the warriors. you can see the balloons here tied up outside of the home. neighbors say that this boy idolized his father. again, the man who is now accused of setting fire to home ultimately killing that child and authorities on the lookout this morning, gasia, trying to find the man. the search is happening, as you can imagine, within the bay area and beyond as well. >> alex, very sad. thank you. to san jose where, this morning, a good samaritan rescued people from a burning
home. someone driving back saw smoke coming from the roof,got out of the car, knocked on the door and helped people get out safely. the cause is still under investigation at this point. we do know that the family is getting help from the red cross. many in san francisco say this never never seen so many homeless campsites in the city. sam dodge tells the k- chronicle that's not only san francisco. he says that 1/3 of all homeless people are in california. greg suv said that his officers issued many citation many people who get citations can just throw them away without consequences. police feel that's just not
feel it's worthwhile to write those tickets and new developments in the investigation into the egyptair crash. forensic experts say that human remains from the crash site suggest that there was an explosion on board. so far, parts of the plane, personal belongings and human remains have been recovered. investigators have yet to find the black box recorder. smoke and fire started from the cockpit and quickly spread to the front bathroom before the plane went down. all 66 people on board were killed when the plane crashed in the mediterraneanon the way to egypt. and an evident is underway to register last-minute voters and candidates are making more stops here in the bay area. brian flores is here with more
about events scheduled for today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. former president bill clinton will make a stop here in the bay area, specifically san francisco, campaigning for his wife. bill has been make can the rounds, supporting hillary clinton offer the class few days the yesterday, he attended rallies in stockton and sacramento. he will appear in fremont. he is urging people to vote for his wife saying that she has the experience to make good things happen for the country. >> if we grow this economy from the middle out and the bottom up like we did when i had police, we can authorize together. >> clint clint -- hillary clinton will be in the bay area
to raise funds. officials also say that they received about 25,000 mail-in ballots already. >> the campaigns are certainly bringing a lot of attention to the election. it's fresh in our voters' minds and i believe that's going to drive our participation. >> feels like the first time that california might have some say instead of saying, oh, it's california, it's june. >> there is also a big push to sign up volunteers. now in alameda county alone, they'll need about 6000 poll work, 2000 need to be bilingual workers and there will be a ballot drive at the county courthouse. >> all right, brian flores in san francisco. we'll talk to you later. late yesterday, the clinton campaign turned down an invitation for clinton to debate bernie sanders. the clinton campaign says that we believe that hillary
clinton's time is best spentcampaigning. bernie sanders says that he is not surprised but disappointed. the real clear politics average polls puts donald trump, the gop presumptive presidential nominee ahead of hillary clinton by .2/10%. >> the 2011 law requires texas voter to show id. opponentssupporters say that this will make voter fraud likely. the sharks won 6-3 last night, heading back to san jose, needing just one win to get the franchise's first ever
stanley cup final. >> here is thornton. he scores. joe pavelski tied the game at 3 and scored the winning goal against the st. louis blues last night. the sharks added two empty net goals in the final minute and won 6-3. >> they understand our identity as a team and when we get away from it, we get burned. and you know, we had one of those games each round. in the l.a. series, we had one. we had one against nashville and one in this series. hopefully, it's out of the way. every time we reached that, the guys got back to our game. >> and the sharks now have a chance to win the series at home game 6 tomorrow at s ap center. the puck will drop at 6:00. the warriors are hoping to tie up the western conference final after a win in soak --
oklahoma city tonight in a game in which draymond green will play. he was not suspended after this kick. the league did upgrade the foul. green has been fined $25,000. the next flagrant foul he receives will result in an automatic suspension. time is 7:11. three people who were arrested in connection with the killing of a milbrae father are going to be in court today. in 20 minutes, what the victim, keith green, reportedly told his friends about those suspects, just before he disappeared. >> i looked down and i said, what was that that landed on my porch? >> first, she thought it was a dog but it turned out to be a mountain high on-- lion. what this utah family did after
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difficult time getting one. >> the judge has to balance the rights of mr. torres to a fair trial and also look at the fact that the jean raul change of venue motions are not favored and they are very expensive and very cumbersome. >> a pretrial hearing is now set for june 17th the menlo fire department is looking for ways to help firefighters who cannot afford to live in the county. many live 60 miles away, many of them spending six hours or more to commute. he is now offering a stipend to live. those who live within 10 miles will be offered $200 a month to
move. >> the plan costs $245,000 a year. he also wants to expand dorm industries so firefighters can sleep there if they need to. >> time is 7:15. imagine. this looking out your window and seeing a mountain lion on your front porch. it happened to a family in utah. >> i looked out and i said, what dog is laying on my porch? i tapped on the dog. she or he turned around and i said, that's no dog. >> can you believe that. >> that ain't no dog. >> the wildlife people shot the mountain lion with a tranquilizer dart and then it took off running. they are -- they are take off really good. an hour later, the mountain lion was found laying in a park. >> it's been there.
we have been in the heber city, park city area for years and we have never seen. wildlife officials released the mountain lion back into the wild. >> wow. >> i would think that's a super vow. >> i would think that's a wow, too. >> i think they are more afraid of you generally than you are of them, right? >> i'll take your word for it. >> yeah, i know. >> good morning, everyone. you know, we are doing okay on the commute. we have not had too many major problems, a couple of accidents to be sure but we are looking at highway 24 and lafayette. traffic is not too bad, just a touch better than it normally is. we are seeing some of the dropoffs after some schools are out already for the summer. some schools are already out. they had graduation and more coming up this weekend. moving along and taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed up. still a lot of activity on 880. and there is our spider. you might see it right there on the screen. we have named our spider boris
and boris has its own twitter account and you can find that on ktvu.com. let's move along and take a look at northbound 101 approaching the 280 interchange. 280 and 85 all getting slower into the valley. you know what's not too bad is mountain view traffic on 101. 7:18. let's go to steve hey, dad, there is a really big cat on the front porch. he's all right. >> he's all right. >> don't go outside. >> don't go outside. >> very cool pattern. does look like mainly some more rain coming off the sierra. we have plenty all around yesterday and a couple of thunderstorms popped up north over mount hamilton yesterday. lots of low clouds in place. developing later today, you get a lot of cool air aloft this time of the year. does not take much to develop some of that thundershower activity. padres-giants, west winds at 20 miles per hour.
kerri brown say, the weather lately has been crazy cool, much like your tie. >> that's right. that's flossie, right? that's what they are telling gasia, that the flossy. by the way, mr. clark was very harp. >> jake mckenzie says, everything is well in moon park the all is well, all is well. >> thank you, jake. snow in mammoth mountain, south lake tahoe. eureka hag some snow. down towards bakersfield. it all started in a 15-watt station down in bakers field, california. all associated with a little of lows rotating through keeping low clouds here and decent
onshore breeze for most, west to southwest, upper 40s for a few. lot of mid-50s here but temperatures staying below average. gill bay. 55 san martin, 55 in santa cruz and 56 santa clara. ukiah, 59. 39 truckee. i do expect some shower activity to pop up north and east first and south later on. you can see everything is just rotating around, keeping the beat going. the days are longer, the air lift is higher. sun, low clouds, staying cool, though. light rain possible here, afternoon showers, mostly cloudy in the morning and partly sunny this afternoon, mainly low 70s unless you are really far inland.
vacaville, fair lakes. coast and bay are running a few degrees below where they should be. that translates into 60s and 70snot much changing here in the next few days. after thursday, we see some rebound, little cooler sun but still okay. >> all right. okay, steve, thank you. >> any time. more trouble for it the santa clara county sheriff's department. the latest accusations of violence against inmates that has two jail guards facing charges. gun owners say it's dangerous and a violence advocate calls it ground breaking. the strict new gun restrictions being considered in hawaii that some of calling the big brother law. it's been 60 years in the making.
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724:67:89 one carjacking suspect is still on the floss san francisco after a high- speed chase that ended with the arrest of three others. police poured through a housing development in the bay view district after the four men judged out of a gold chevy truck and took off. investigators did catch three of the suspects. the fourth, however, got away. they say it all began with a man called 9112 saying that he he stole his stolen truck at union and camer. police chased him on one end of the san francisco to the other end, three freeways where they were involved in three minor
crashes. police charged them with car theft, evading arrest and burglary because they found some stolen items on may 23rd, 2014, a man went on a deadly shooting spree on the campus of isla vista. three of the victims were from right here in the bay area. six scholarships are now being offered. hawaii may soon have a tougher new gun law which gun lovers are calling a big brother gun law. a bill making its way through the state legislature would allow putting the names of gun owners into an fbi database. that would let police know if that person was arrested anywhere else in the country.
critics say it would be an extremely dangerous law because it would allow the government to know exactly who and where people keep their firearms. time is 7:26. comedian bill cosby back in court in pennsylvania for a preliminary hearing for a sexual assault against him. evidence will be presented. cosby says that the sex was consentual. he paid a financial settlement to the woman in 2006. cosby is facing similar allegations from a number of other women. 7:26. the demolition of the old bay bridge continues. next a live look at the work being done as more of that old eastern span comes down. a mother accused of killing the father of her own children will make her first court appearance here in the peninsula. we will tell you what we are learning about this milbrae father and the latest on this case. good morning. the commute is still pretty
7:30 on a tuesday morning. >> yes >> look at those clouds. look at that sky. kind of a gray start to the day. last year, this time, i'm sure we were all in our bathing suits at the pool or at the beach. it is uncommonly cool, weather wise. we'll talk about that and help you get out the door. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. >> let's check weather. we have gray skies outside. >> for most. there is some form of clouds around. it's still cool, though. >> correct. >> no doubt about it. there is a decent little breeze for some. we'll end up with 60s and low 70s. some rain popping up later on. you get this kind of a system coming on this time of the year. does not take much. partly cloudy, 59. i don't think much change from
last night, west winds at 20 miles per hour. there is a system. pressure continuing to rotate around. even snow, mammoth mountain, tahoe. there will be some breaks. some will be popping up here and some of that could develop for the north and east bay later on, maybe the south baby this afternoon. west-southwest breeze, onshore breeze for just about everybody. brentwood, 59. san jose, 58 degrees. north bay temps, few 40s. one observation, 46. so a little cool there under mostly cloudy skies. you can see how everything circulating around that is indicative of a low pressure system keeping us on the cool side. so sun and clouds, maybe afternoon showers, thundershowers. we will get some sun breaks later but 60s and70s.
all right, sal, 7:31. any problems? >> well, we have a few slow area. we'll see the slow track, westbound 80 at san pablo dam road. there is word of a gold suv that is in one of the lanes there stalled out causing some slow track when you -- slow traffic when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza. milbrae, northbound 280, report of an incident. southbound 280 at stephens creek boulevard in san jose, report of a crash there. northbound is where most of that slow traffic is, northbound 285, 280 and 101. back to the desk. the woman accused of
killing the father of her own children will be in court. already there will be two men accused of being her accomplices. janine de la vega is there. you are learning more about about the victim. >> reporter: keith green, the victim, said he had been threatened by his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend and that he felt afraid. that's according to friends. the paper reports that keith green told them, his friends, that he was falsely accused of domestic violence against that ex-girlfriend. he disappeared on april 29 th. his body was found two weeks later in sonoma county. investigators arrested green's ex-girlfriend, tiffany li; her current boyfriend, kaveh bayat;
and a friend, olivier adella. police won't say anything about the motive or the cause of death. >> yes, we do know the cause of death but we can't tell you that right now. the body was not manipulated. >> reporter: police would not say what they mean by manipulated but the body was not burped. on facebook, green's body has thanked law enforcement for their work in this case and say that the focus is now on the well-being of his children. green was reportedly studying for being a chef at the le cordon bleu. >> we'll talk to you later, janine, thank you. two santa clara jail guards
are facing felony assault accused of beating an inmade. former inmade, ruben syria says that phillip abecendario and tuan le was shackled and beaten. >> our chef his' major crime detective unit interviewed over 24 inmates, witnesses. they traveled down to a prison on the california-mexico border. riewk en gars says says that he -- ruben garcia says that he suffered nerve damage. a federal investigation cited lack of adequate training, supervision and staffing at that jail. san francisco's police chief is not wasting any time in reaching out to the
community and introducing himself to the community. interim chief toney chaplin reached out. he discuss add number of issues including the latest deadly officer-involved shooting that prompted the resignation of police chief greg suhr. chief chaplin is promising more interaction with the minority community. the we'll be back and brown, recommendation in the police department is significant but we want to increase it. >> ktvu asked chief chaplin if he wants the chief's job permanently. he relied that his focus is making reforms within the police department. he hopes that police officers will have body cameras by july. some san francisco business and professional groups are showing their support for
former police greg suhr who resigned last friday. 18 organizations includes the chambers of commerce, union groups released an open letter to mayor ed lee and the board of supervisors. the group commends the former police chief. . >> you can see the entire letter by going to the top of ktvu.com and clicking on weblinks. time is 7:37. one day that the san francisco police department is trying to be more transparent and through a new online system for you, the public. the system is designed to help police better track and process requests. the site also allows the police to input popular documents without the public having to file a formal q formal. you can find that page by going to ktvu.com and click on
weblinks the san francisco board of supervisors tried to clarify the controversial sairnghty sanctuary city policy. they are trying to clarify the policy to only contact the immigration department for illegal aliens for only violent crimes. that's the only time that city workers will be allowed to disclose one's immigration status. calls were made to change after the shooting of kimberly steinle and the man who was accused illegally crossed the border several times. and we will the old bay
bridge demolition. the camera will bely and you can see sections of the roadway being lowered any time before 8:00 at night the entire process is expected to wrap up by 2018. ceo mark zuckerberg plans on demolishing four homes around his home and will build four smaller homes. he did that after he found that a developer planned on building a home with a view into his bedroom. he applied to the zoning board and bought the lot. the spill along the boundary between alameda and san joaquin counties. the pipeline itself ruptured
near patterson pass road. about 21,000 gallons of crude spilled near the good line. it is not near any waterway so they are not concerned about contamination just yet. ahead a surge goes on for a man who fired shots on a bay area freeway in an apparent case of road rage. in 20 minutes, the evidence he left behind that may make the job of the investigators a lot easier. and as the weather is expected to warm up soon, concerns over zika virus continue to rise. pam cook is in studio with more on the warning from the world held organization and why they are fearing a resurgence. still seeing a lot of slow traffic especially on interstate 80 and highway 4. we'll give you a rundown on the morning commute coming up. ng up.
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jumpers were visitors. witnesses say that the plane appeared to have engine problem when is it burst into flames in the air. >> something must have been wrong with the many gin because when it was going down, the thing that catched fire. it was on fire and when it hit, the impact, everything exploded. >> now, the national transportation safety board and the f.a.a. are investigating. health experts say that the spread of the zika virus is getting worse, not better. pam cook is back in the studio now with today's health check. >> there are more than 500 travel-related zika cases here in the u.s. but it is expected to spread as we head into summer and the weather gets warmer. now, most people only have mild symptoms when they are infected by the virus. but at the world assembly in switzerland, health experts point out that when it comes to pregnant women, the zika virus becomes an emergency situation because it has been linked to
severe birth defects. many are taking action. they are working to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds and are setting up traps. unfortunate licks fighting the zika virus has turned into another big fight in washington. house and senate lawmakers are considering funding packages but they do fall short of the $1.9 billion requested by president obama. it can also have a big impact on the summer games in brazil which is still considered a zika hot spot. after winning the irish open over the weekend, golfer mcilroy may not compete in the summer games. he just recently became engaged and he says they want to plan a family soon and does not want to run the chance of getting
infected and passing it along to his fiance. other athletes may do the same. >> thank you. can you take care of our friends on highway 24, sal? it's busy, getting busier. seems like the peak of that commute. let's take a look outside and take a look at highway 24 westbound. traffic is getting slower as you drive approaching the lafayette bart station and at the bay bridge toll plaza, there is throw traffic. driving to the bay bridge and using 80, going to be slow. the south bay is filled in. there are maybe a couple of reports. 101 is not too bad in mountain view well. the traffic gods did not like that because now, it's very, very slow. 85 is slow, and 280, a couple of accidents and now we are at the peak of that silicon
valley commute. well, mostly cloudy, partly sunny. a lot of low clouds, clearing to the valley. that will help thunderstorm activities pop up later today. this time of the year, you get a low coming in, cool air aloft setting the parameters for some thunderstorm activity. quiet right now because it's cool. giants game, partly cloudy, cool, west wind at 20 miles per hour. william tweedy is out in vallejo. we are almost in june and feels more like early spring. i agree with that. and you know what? this pattern continues. me and one other person had stay june will continue to be a cool pattern. i have seen through june 9th and does not look that warm this time around. snow in mammoth mountain and south lake tahoe. and showers are popping up
around the sacramento county. the conditions are rife for that i would think napa county, contra costa, and solano we are getting rain from yreka to the mountains to the san joaquin valley. west-southwesterly breeze in place 50s for many of these temps, only the most inland low cases are getting into the lower or mid-70s a lot of 50s here. blackhawk, 53. con court is right in there. mi ra ga, cool in there. off and on rain or high elevation snow showers today. 54, 54, 54, 55, 56. everyone is really close. very unusual to see that. off the northeast to part of the state, wrapping around to the sierra, rotating around this low. this system within the system and some these systems can trigger thunderstorm activity.
any precipitation will be today and tomorrow. after, that looks like the low kicks out but i would not be surprise bid a few. ukiah looks to be better, more in line. plenty of activity around the sierra. mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. watch the sierra pop up and watch towards ukiah. right there, and traveling towards solano county, napa. the sierra stays lit up through the day. collapse at night and start to form. we will not see much clearing here over the next few day, even into wednesday afternoon. so a couple more days of this, then we'll start to quiet things down as we head towards thursday. getting clearing there towards the northeast. sun and clouds staying cool, light rain possible, afternoon showers. mostly cloudy in the morning. low 70s inland, unless you are pretty far inland like ukiah, clear lakes. they don't stay at 75 very long there.
60s, alameda, berkeley, oakland, san leandro. live more, morgan hill, saratoga, kuper -- nice, saturday. >> new developments in the case involving four oakland police officers accused of having section with and underage girl. how the scandal may now be more widespread than originally thought. and the evident to keep the raiders in oakland. the two former football stars now trying to get a new stadium built. built. okay, ready?
the head of the tsa is shaking up his leadership team because of the backlash. the head of tsa security operations has been removed. kelly hoggan is being reassigned. a house committee says that hoggan received more than $90,000 in bonuses from late 2013 to late 2014 and that was even after a government report came out that tsa employees did not find explosives, weapons and other dangerous items in more than 95% of under cover tests at american airports. fran's municipal trans pore
station agencies is cracking down on the number of breaks that operators are taking. they are allowed to take personal necessities that can be anything from going to the bathroom to needing a brief rest after a difficult run. the union says that its members are being intimidated but fewy says it wants to keep the trains and buses running on time. there is new hope for the raiders nation and keeping the raiders here in the area. two former nfl stars are part of a group that want to keep the raiders here. rodney pete and ronnie lott want to kept the raiders here,
and met with the mayor of oakland but the mayor says she won't meet with them again until the nfl has a new policy. and giants versus padres. johnny cueto gave up just two hits. looked like the jubes would go to extra innings but hunter pence's high fly ball dropped as the padres could not get to it. jeff samardzija will took to follow up the dominant performance. the a's bounced back at the four-game sweep at the hands of the new york yankees beating the mariners last night. a's scored four more runs in the 8th after this home run. time is 755:67:89 former violent ryan -- 7:56.
former giant ryan vogue vogelsong was hit in the face after this pitch. everybody is concerned. he was admitted to the hospital. but his -- there it is again. his wife tweeted out last night, ryan is stable, he will be okay. vogelsong made his major league debut with the giants in 2000. he signed with the team again in 2011 helping the giants win two world series championships. we wish him the best. >> absolutely. 7:56. major development in the investigation into the flight of egyptair flight 804. the reason that investigators are now saying it was an explosion that brought that plane down. and a search is underway this morning for a vallejo father who is accused of a disturbing crime, setting fire to his home and killing his
five-year-old son. we'll tell you about the ongoing manhunt here and what neighbors are saying and relatives are saying about this man's abusive past. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is still very robust out there. you will see traffic is going to be slow as you drive out to the mcarthur maze. and more clouds than sun. on the cool side today. possibility of some rain here in the next day or two. more on that coming up.
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i know he will say every day that life is precious. >> the angry words of his son about his own father. the man now on the run accused of setting a fire that killed his young son. the search is on in vallejo for a man suspect of ash son and murder. good morning. it is tuesday, may 24th. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. let's help you get out the door looking at weather and traffic. this is not what we are used to this time of the year. >> no, we are returning below, especially inland. we should be in the low 80s for some and we are tracking 71 or 72. mostly cloudy around the bay. some light drizzle out in pleasanton being reported. there are some breaks in the clouds. but with those breaks, you get this cool pattern. we could see some thundershower
activity popping up a little later this afternoon. giants-padres, i would take a jacket. going to be on the cool side, 59. partly cloudy. gasia, i might need your help this. >> granada high -- >> yes. >> has a baseball game here. go matador. >> absolutely. >> ghs, man, 100%. >> go matadors. i'll work on that, no rain, believe me. and ma moth mountain reporting snow. combination of hit and miss, rain and snow in higher elevations. for us, cloudy to mostly cloudy here. 50s and 160, the lone outpost there. san rafael, 53. 53 hillsboro. close for everybody else including san mateo at 55. a lot of mostly cloudy here, a
few breaks but you can see why everything is on the cool side here. a lot of clouds, some sun, staying cool but light rain possible, mostly cloud yu in the morning, but 60s to near 70 degrees for some. 8:02. sal, i have not heard too much bad, just slow traffic. >> a couple of crashes but mostly it's been slow track, steve. good morning to you. traffic is actually doing well. slow for some others. we'll so you the track at the bay bridge toll plaza. looking at san francisco, another bound 101 -- you may not be able to see knit this picture but it's slowing here. what has got my attention is the south bay commute. this south bay commute is very busy, especially on the 101 north bound as you drive from the capitol expressway all the way up into mountain view, it
is slow. 8:02. back to the desk. >> a search is on for a vallejo father who is accused of setting fire to his home and killing his five-year-old son. alex savidge is here with more. you learned about the criminal history of this suspect. >> yes, sir, gasia. the father who is the focus of this search has a rap sheet. he is accused of an unthinkable crime, setting fire to his own home which is the cross the street here and can killing here -- and killing his own son. police are hoping to capturing 53-year-old, darrylone shuemake, who is accused of
setting fire to his own home, killing his five-year-old son deleone and injuring his wife. >> i hope and pray that somebody is going to catch him. you just don't do that to a little kid. >> reporter: investigators say that shuemake doused a bedroom with a flammable liquid while the five-year-old and mother were sleeping. the mom suffered burns. neighbors tried to rescue deleone from that bunk home but they could not save hip. one of shuemake's older sons describes his father as violent and abusive. he is hoping he will at hoping -- he will turn himself in. >> have some common decency for once in your life and turn yourself in because there is no point in running. there is nowhere you can go. there is no one who is going to
help you. >> reporter: court records show that the suspected are his was accused of harass -- arsonist was accused of harassment and violence involving other children and women in the past. investigators have not said what motivated shuemake to set fire to his home. but neighbors tell us that the five-year-old who was killed was playful, loved the warriors and idolized his father, again the man who is accused of killing him, setting fire to the home. they are hoping that the boy's mother will be out of the hospital by next week to attend a vigil thatneighbors have set up. now to san jose. we learned that a good samaritan helped rescue and get a family out of a home.
the driver was passing by and saw smoke coming out of the house. they stopped and knocked on the door and got people out. investigators found a very important piece of evidence that may lead them to a suspect in last weekend's freeway shooting in richmond. it started sunday night wane apparent road rage incident. two drivers cut each other off on interstate 580. a man in a volvo fired three shots at the other car but no one was hit. but the shooter crashed into a pole, left behind a front end with a license plate, 7 en k 356. the car is a 2005 gray volvo sedan, just like this one that you see in the picture. there obviously have been several shootings on bay area freeways in recent months,
police think that some are gang related. police have not said if this is gang related. human remains retrieved from the crash site suggest there was an explosion on board. an international effort is underway to retrieve items from the debris field from the mediterranean sea. parts of the plane, human remains and personal belongings were recovered. but investigators have yet to recover the black boxes. it is believed that fire broke out and smoke spread through the cabin before the plane went down the race to the white house is quickly turning towards california. some election offices stayed open registering last-minute voters ahead of the primaries
and kaind david are making more stops here. brian flores has more. >> former president bill clinton has been making stops here to help his wife. this morning's event is a breakfast reception here in the city. bill clinton will also appear at a fund raise another fremont this afternoon -- a fundraiser in fremont this afternoon. he is urging people to vote for his wife. >> if we grow this economy like we did have the middle up and bottom up. >> hillary will be in the bay area tomorrow. in the meantime for voters like alameda county, they are dropping off ballots. 170 people got registered until midnight so that their voice could be heard ahead of the
june 7th prime rhythm officials say they have received about 25,000 mail-in ballots so far. >> the campaigns are certainly bringing a lot of attention to the election. so it's fresh in our voters' minds and i believe that's going to drive our participation. >> feels like the first time that california might have some kind of say instead of being just, oh, it's california, it's june. >> reporter: also big push to sign up volunteers to work at the polls. in alameda county alone, they will need about 6000 poll workers, also about 2000 bilingual volunteers as well. the next couple of the weekends, there will be a number of drive-by ballot collections at the alameda county courthouse. dave, back to you. >> brian, thank you. time is now 8:09. late yesterday, the clinton campaign turned down an invitation from fox news for hillary clinton to debate bernie sanders here in california before the june primary. her campaign says that we believe that hillary clinton's
time is best spent campaigning. bernie sanders says that he is dispinted disappointed but not surprised. the national polls showing the race settling into a dead heat. donald trump, the gop presumptive nominee by 2/10 over hillary clinton. and a change in protocol dealing with the homeless population that some fear will make things worse. and one more win before the san jose sharks reach the stanley cup for the very first time and they have a chance to do it here at home. we are looking at the commute where traffic is busy here.
look at 227, not good at all heading west into the valley. partly sunny, but mostly cloudy. we'll stay cool. we'll show you how long the pattern will last. the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok.
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paper east bay express are reporting that the alameda county sheriff's office is investigating comments one of its deputies left on the facebook page of the woman that the four officers are accused of having sex with. they say that the woman was at least 18 at the time of the online interaction. the deputy did not commit a crime or break policy however, that communication is still something that official also talk about with the officer. and the second baltimore police officer to stand trial was found not guilty on all charges. the first case ended in a mistrial. now some people are saying the prosecutor moved too quickly in filing charges against the six officers in the case. other people are angry about the verdict demonstrating outside of the courthouse yesterday. the trial against the officer facing the most serious charges in the case is set to start in
two weeks. you remember gray died last year from a spinal injury he suffered while in police custody. time now is 8:15. will the sharks beat the st. louis blues last night of ---well, the sharks beat the st. louis blues last night 6-3. and they had they will head -- they will head back here with a chance to clinch the series to go to their first ever stanley cup final. >> joe pavelski scored the winning goal and added two more empty net goals. >> they understand their identity as a team. when we get away from it, we get burned. we had one of those games each round. in the l.a. series, we had one, one against nashville and one in this series. hopefully it's out of the way. any time rereach that, guys got back in their game >> reporter: the sharks now
have a chance to win the series at home game 6 tomorrow at s ap state center. the puck will drop at 6:00. warriors are hoping to tie up the western conference final in a win in oklahoma city. we now know that draymond green will play. he is find of a he kicked a thunder player in the groin. he has been fined $25,000. the next play grabbed foul he receives will result in an automatic spus specs. >> hopefully there won't be another one, right? >> yes. time is 8:16. our family has grown. anchor reporter allie rasmus gave birth to aliahna.
>> and oh, a mini allie if i ever saw one. you know, this dave, and sal. having two can be ten times harder than having one. am i right? >> get exponentially harder >> not doubly harder. it's like a graph that goes like this >> right. >> you tell allie she did good. you did good. >> i hope that allie is watching. hello, i hop you come back, but not too soon. >> no, you take your time. >> good morning, everybody. not too soon. you need your rest. let's go out and take a look at the commute now. going to be slow in many areas. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza backed to the mcarthur maze. this commute is not getting better. in fact, it's getting more
crowded. looking at the slow traffic. 580 is not much of an alternate route because that's also very slow. i do want to focus on the south bay here. a lot of slow traffic here in the valley as you come through. it's not that bad in fremont getting south but slow in union city and hayward getting to fremont. 8:18. let's go to steve. >> sal, i met someone who went to high school with allie. cal high. he said she was awesome then. >> not surprising. >> not surprising. yes, she is. some breaks in the clouds. temperatures will stay cool here for the next several days. snow coming off the sierra. we had sun breaks here but partly to mostly cloudy. we'll be hard pressed to get into the low 70s. 59 westerly breeze at 20 miles per hour and coming off the
sierra, you can see some that have there. also they will pop off in the valley. mendocino valley, lake. plenty of activity rotating around the lows. this time of the year, you get cool air aloft. wrapping back around, all the way from central nevada, off the sierra, moving east to west. you can see a little snow in the mix there. high elevation snow would not surprise us. san joaquin valley, some of you head down maybe high five, a little bit of rain. for us, more cloud cover than anything he is but there are some breaks in the clouds. a cool morning here. 50s on the temp, santa rosa to 160. close for concord and oakland, 58. palo alto now 58. mountain view, 59. more 40s to the north. santa cruz mountains this
morning. still low 50s, above calistoga. mill valley at 50. napa at 51. those are cool readings for this time of the year at 8:00. 42 truckee. they did make it to the 50s. activity heading from the north towards plasterville. back toward the sacramento valley. that will be the source of some of our activities later today. we get a little bit that -- of that afternoon heating. living low rotating around, punching in tomorrow and that will eject out, which will allow us to get some warming temperatures on friday and saturday. mostly cloudy morning. and then some partly clouds later on unless you have that now. 60s and 70s, even some of the most inland locations are running below age. some a good ten grease below age this time the year including down to march began
hill and gilroy. pretty nice for this type of the year. 60s on the coast in the city and peninsula, very low 70s. >> thank you, steve. >> any time. time is a 8:21. facebook making changes after being accused of blocking conservative views. what the social network says it will stop doing when it comes to posting trending topics.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 8:23. more carls being added to the recall of toyota air bags and facebook is making changes after being accused of bias. and we now know that sports authority plans to close its stores. let's go to pam cook with more. >> sports authority filed papers saying it will close all of it stores. we'll talk about when. aero postal and pacific sun also filed for bankruptcy protection. we could see the end of those stores as well. checking in on the numbers, things affecting the numbers. a live look at the big boards this morning. the dow jones is up 200 points. nasdaq and s&p 500 up. best buy reporting a disappointing quarter. its cfo is stepping down and
desw shoes sales are down for a quarter. toyota is recalling more than one million vehicles to replace potentially faulty takata air bags. the latest recall includes 1.6 million toyota scion and lexus models from 2006 to 2011. the problem is that the airbag can inflate with too much force and send shrapnel throughout the car. the recall expands what is already the largest recall in u.s. history. and we now know when sports authority had officially shut down operations. the sporting goods chain filed paperworks showing it had close all stores, starting its going out of business sales tomorrow and end its loyalty program tomorrow. sports north gift cards won't be old of a today but the cards
will be accepted online and in stores but only through june. the retailer says that it does expect to lock the doors forever by the end of august. facebook making some changes after it was accused of being bias the against conservatives. facebook will no longer rely on news outlets to help determine what gets posted as a trending topic. news outlets included the wall street journal, huffing ton post and the drunk report. ceo mark zuckerberg met with conservative commentators last week to address allegations that facebook down played stories that may be viewed as conservatives. and coke la will -- coca- cola will no longer manufacture in venezuela because of shortage in sugar. venezuela is in the midst of
its worst recession. it's sad for the malls, they are staples there, sports authority, aero postal and pacific sun. i will see a lot of empty stores. >> i've been at sports authority and i asked as recently as two weeks ago, the employees are told to say, oh, no, this stories not closing but wait until the sew end. the sale also start tomorrow, though. >> all right, pam. thank you. time is 8:27. san francisco's acting police chief has been on the job for less than a week but he lists tomorrow of his top priorities and his answer when we asked if he want the chief job permanently. a mother accused of killing the father of her own children will make her first court appearance this afternoon. we'll tell you what we are
learning about the victim and we'll have the latest on this case. good morning. we are looking at a commute where traffic is still very busy, especially in the south bay and also the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll tell you what may be distracting you as you drive across the bridge going to stay cool here for the next couple of days and and rain and snow in the sierra coming up in a few minutes.
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that to say good morning to you as we start a brand new day. >> let's head you out the door. dry here at the oakland estuary but elsewhere, we are seeing some peeks of sun. >> partly cloudy. out there. maybe a little shower activity popping up later, certainly coming off the sierra and to the north. west winds, 20 thundershowers. -- west winds, 20 miles per hour. kirkwood, they are getting some up there. west southwest, delta breeze, 20, 24. west oakland, 16. that's a cool pattern. brownwood, 62. everyone else in the 50s here.
martinez, in there, 56 walnut creek with a little bit of a breeze. low cloud deck will lift and we'll still stay below average, as you can see a lot of lows here. sun and clouds, maybe some afternoon showers, thundershowers, i would think north and east bay and also near mount hamilton again today. 60s and main -- mainly low 70s. i know had -- you had a few incidents there, sal, but not as bad. >> no. we had some incidents, still slow. bay bridge toll plaza, backup there of 20 to 30 minutes. you can see the new span of the bridge in the bottom and the new cantilever section there. this will make people slow down
and take a look because people are curious and you know how that works. keep that in the back of your mind. let's go back and take a look at 80 westbound. traffic is still very slow from hercules to richmond. 24 in 680. we are not getting any letup in the east bay commute as of yet. busy in the south bay. all the approaches filled in getting into the valley. this commute in the valley is late. this is the silicon valley prime time commute. 8:33. back to the desk. three people arrested in connection with the murder of a milbrae father are due in court this afternoon. janine de la vega has been following the story since the body of keith green was found. >> reporter: keith green and the suspect had two children together. keith green had been telling relatives that he was living in fear because of threats that
tiffany li has made against him. tiffany li, olivier adella and the current boy french, kaveh bayat have been arrested. the day he disappear, he went to meet li for custody of the children. she had accused him of abusing her. >> i can tell you that the body was not manipulated >> reporter: sheriff officials are not explaining what they mean by manipulated but say that the body was not burned. in a facebook posting, green's family is expressing gratitude for the work of law enforcement.
the two children are now cared for by li's family because she had custody but child protective service is now involved. and two santa clara county jail guards are facing charges after being accused of kicking and beating him. phillip abecendario and tuan le are facing charges accused of beating and kicking ruben garcia, an inmate. >> our investigators interviewed 20 inmates, and traveled to the california- mexico border. >> this is the latest in a spring of controversial incidents for the jail.
a federal report cited lack of training, lack of supervision. and there is another delay in the trial of the man accused of killing morgan hill teen sierra lamar. her body has never been found. his lawyers will will ask for a change of venue. legal experts say they may have a tough time getting that. >> the judge has to balance the right of there garcia torres to a fair trial and also look at the fact that generally change of venue motions are not favored and they are very expensive and cumbersome. >> a pretrial status hearing is now scheduled for june 17th.
today, the san francisco board of supervisors will try to clarify the controversial sanctuary city ordinance. the on times that city workers will are allowed to reveal a person's immigration at that us is is when they have committed violent crimes. many in san francisco said they had never seen so many homeless campsites in san francisco and the man who heads up the mayor's opportunity office agrees. sam dodge told the san francisco chronicle, it's not just a san francisco problem. 1/3 of all the homeless in the nation are in california. before greg suhr stepped down as police chief, he told the paper his department i issued 26,000 tickets a year for issues that fall under the quality of life umbrella.
but last october, courts in the city stopped issuing warrant for people who didn't show up for their court dates. that means that people who get those citations can just literally throw them away without consequences. na can lead police to feel it's not worthwhile to even write those tickets. facebook ceo steve zuckerberg is looking into demolishing some houses next into his home and rebilling smaller ones. suckerburg filed an application with the planning department to replace the four homes with updated versions that are 20% smaller. neighbors say they are fine with the plan. 's very good neighbor. he clearly has security and i don't mind having security on the block. so i don't -- i don't have an issue with it. >> reporter: the plans did not
say whether zuckerberg plans to rent or sell those new homes. no date has been set. time ills 8:39. new this morning, president obama continues a historic trip to vietnam after at the flew from hanoi to ho chi minh city, he visit add sacred shrine. he talked to monk there. the pagoda is home to several wood car offings, worshiping the goddess of childbirth. and the head of tsa is making changes to the tsa. the person in charge of security has been removed. kelly hog began -- kelly hoggan has been removed.
he received a $90,000 bonus between 2014 to 2014 and that was after a report came out saying that the tsa failed to find 95% of explosives. >> when you go to disney, do they measure the number of hours that you wait in line or what's important? what's important is what your satisfaction with the experience is. >> he says quality of care should be the bottom line for v. a. health care. house speaker paul ryan says that's flippant and shows, quote, how the head of the v. a. does not take it seriously. >> some say that you don't die while waiting in line at disneyworld. and a man getting up and
and out of his wheelchair. he has been in the wheelchair since the age of 12. classmates are on their feet, cheering him on as he walked across the high school dim and gets the diploma with the help of his physical therapist. it's one of those stories that moved me to tears when i saw it on ktvu inat that gram page. heart warming, inspirational. and the support of the students really -- you know, motivating him and pushing him more than any physical help he could get, i'm sure >> he did it. >> thanks to ktvu instagram page, ktvu 2 if you want to follow us first responders with a long, long commute because they can't afford to live in the area >> i could not even pay the property tax let alone live in it. and a woman charged with
injuring deputies trying to evade. traffic is still going to be pretty slow in many areas, include ago away 24. as you head over to oakland. partly to mostly cloudy. sun breaks in, there temperatures not warming up that much. we'll stay below average. we'll tell you how long this pattern will last. hi. is the internet still out? yes! i have nothing. come on! work together. work together. work together. do you got anything? i don't have anything. no i don't have anything. please come back internet. i love you. i love you so much. just come back. please. please. he's streaming a cat video.
welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 8:44. san francisco's acting police chief is not wasting time, reaching tout to neighborhoods and communities. last night, interim police chief toney chaplin introduced himself to a community. he talked about several issues including last week's deadly officer-involved shooting that led to the resignation of police chief greg is your. >> ktvu asked him if he wants to be the permanent police chief and he says his focus right now, reforming the department. also, he hopes that his officers will have body cameras
by july. some san francisco business and professional groups wrote an open letter, showing their support for former police chief greg suhr who resigned last week. 18 organizations including the chamber of commerce, police union released this open letter to mayor ed lee, and the board of supervisors. the letter praised suhr. the group says. the commission has dragged its feed on providing important nonlethal weapons like tasers and while san francisco's population keeps growing by thousands of people a year, the police department has not been fully staffed in decades. if you want to see the whole letter, you can go to the web link section in ktvu.com. a woman in milwaukee is facing very serious charges after she rammed her car into a sheriff squad car during a traffic stop injuring two deputies and even her own
mother. take a look at this dash cam video showing what happened on may 15th. deputies say they pulled over 23-year-old cavina freeman on suspicion of speeding. she gave a fake license, gave a fake in him and when the tow truck got here, this happened. she put the car in reverse, rammed into the deputies. two deputies, and even the woman's mother who was in the car, received minor injuries. ey could receive up to 23 years if convicted in all charges. sal is right over there >> dave, good morning to you. we are still looking at a very crowded commute. we'll start to the commute to the richmond bridge. there is still a little bit of a slow down here approaching the ride over to san rafael. and if we go to the maps, i can show you that not only is 580
westbound slow but a lot of slow traffic coming down this way in the general portion of west contra costa and we moved the maps over. things are improving a little bit on 680 and highway 4. if you are looking at the maps, you can see plenty of red here, especially on 880 south and all over the south bay here as you drive through the south bay. on the toll losta, traffic is going to be busy as you drive there as well. so just have a lot of slow traffic still, but fortunately, things are improving. now, how about our weather today? hello, steve. >> hello, sal. i know you like this weather. >> i do. a little more sun, but this is -- i don't want to nit-pick. >> thank you, sir. i appreciate that. yes. good sleeping weather. some sun breaks in there, but mostly cloudy, we'll get afternoon shower activity.
santa clara, late 4:00 or 5:00, over mount hamilton, some thunderstorms popped up. partly cloudy for the giants- padres. west winds at 20 miles per hour coming off the sierra, a little bit of snow there. south lake tahoe reporting some. mammoth. and watch out how things really popped up. the flow coming around, the flow sending everything from the northeast and east back towards us you can see the hit and miss showers. they'll go to markleyville there, and kirkwood and south lake tahoe. truckee south and down to the san joaquin valley. bakersfield has been getting some showers. here, we had a few reports of drizzle. west-southwest, 24. pretty little breeze in there, lots of 50s and a couple of 50s. palo alto in there.
brentwood. woods sides in there also. loss ales to. partly sunny, mostly cloudy. hours popping up. the low settled over us and then will slowly be eject the out by friday and saturday. 60s to low 70s for many. well inland, mid- to low 70s including antioch and brentwood but everyone else is running well below average for temps. near the coast and bay, close but still running a little bit below age. not much change wednesday, starts to clear out thursday, and then friday and saturday will be warmer, we will bump up on those temps >> thank you, steve. thank you. okay, all right. well, we have to talk about. this -- to talk about this. nyquist will not run in the last leg of horse racing's
triple crown. he says that nyquist is sick and dropping out of next month's belmont stake in new york state. experts thought he had a chance to win the triple crown of a winning the kentucky derby but came in third in the preakness. he will return to his home in southern california. were you surprised to hear that? >> well, exaggerate for won because the track is wet. if he can't win the triple crown, why bother? if he is a little -- >> don't risk it? >> don't risk it. >> he is a great horse and that's a mile and a half. you are doing the derby, preakness and belmont, that's taxing on a horse. >> all right, thanks, steve. time is 8:51. was that a big dog outside a door or was it a mountain lion. >> i looked down and i said,
welcome back to mornings on 2. it ale 8:54. five people were killed in hawaii. it went down after taking off. the plane appeared to have engine problem when is it burst into flames in mid-air. >> something must have been wrong with the en engine. because when it was going down, the thing was catching on fire. it was on fire and when it hit the ground, everything exploded.
>> the f.a.a. and the national transportation safety board are investigating looking for the cause of that crash the menlo park fire department is looking to help firefighters who can't afford to live in the city. 30 of the firefighters live 60 miles or more away from the firehouse. many of them spend two hours or more commuting to work. the chief says he is now offering stipends to encourage them to live in menlo park. firefighters who live within 60 miles are offered $200 stipend. those who live within 10 miles can get up to $1000 a month he says that's an experiment that's helped. >> our competitors are tech. they pay people $10,000 a year to live close to where they work. >> the chief wants to expands dormitories so that
firefighters can sleep there if they need to. imagine looking out your window and seeing a mountain lion on your front porch. it happened to a family in utah. >> i looked out and i said, what dog is on my porch? and i tapped on the door and he or she turned around and i said, that ain't no dog >> reporter: no, that's no dog. the homeowner called wildlife. they got there two hours later and shot hit with a tranquilizer dart. and it took off. >> we have been in the park city, heber area for 30 years and never had one that close to me before. >> he does not want it again. wildlife officials released the mountain lion back into the wild. wow. we have foxes, deer and wild
massive manhunt underway for the man accused of setting a house fire that killed his own son. this morning, we are also hearing from another child of the father at the center of the investigation. and could the high cost of bay area living affect public safety? ktvu's asa smith has more on how far away some firefighters travel in order to clock in. and advantaging in north korea? we sit down with one woman who calls her time there the funniest and worth time of her life. and happy tuesday morning,
everybody looking towards downtown san francisco. a little overcast over the city by the way. you see an alaska airlines buzzing the golden gate brink, don't be alarmed. they are shooting a commercial. an alaska airlines flight buzzing some of the landmarks here. >> tell your friends so they don't get scared. pass it along to friends. great advice, sal. good morning. alongside sal sasaki and gasia mikaelian, i'm mike mibach. let's go to steve paulson. things are starting to burn out a little bit. starting, yes. some breaks in the clouds buts that very cool pattern for us for this time of the year. this time of may, i should add as well. in this, there will be some possible thundershower activity. plenty coming