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>> phew. close one, right? >> i know. happy friday to you. it is may 27th. i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. brian flores is on assignment. let's check weather now. steve paulson is right there. did you stay up late too? >> that wasn't very late. >> it wasn't that bad. i was flipping back and forth between the penguins and the lightning because i wanted to see who the sharks are going to play. >> it will be the penguins. >> yes. >> patchy fog on the san mateo coast. there's not much there and not much that's going to make a difference. the temperatures are on the cool side this morning but they will begin to warm up and temperatures are heading into the weekend as well, warming up. a decent breeze. travis south-southwest to 17, gusts to 25. 50s on the temps, a couple of 40s, novato in there with santa rosa and low 50s around palo alto and san ramon.
the fog doesn't have a chance. there's too much high pressure. any source of low pressure is long gone producing a lot of rain. look at that over the four corners in denver. things things are going bonkers. 4:01 on a friday and here he is, mr. sal castaneda. >> just like you, i was back and forth with the television last night. you know, just wanted to know who the sharks were going to play, wanted to make sure that the warriors were doing okay and then finally went to bed. there you go. >> we had parallel lives there. >> there you go. good morning, steve. good morning to you if you're at home and about to get on the road, you might be one of those tracy supercommuters i hear so much about because, well, it's one of those commutes that people get on the road early and so far, so good on 580, 205, right through that construction zone, no major
slowdowns as you drive through this area. talking about interstate 880 now and you can see traffic -- or talking about the bay bridge toll plaza. after this you can see traffic is moving along nicely coming up to the pay gates. and also looking at interstate 880 in oakland, it's a nice looking drive with no major delays. it's 4:02. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we are following the developing story of the desperate search for a missing vallejo teenager. a statewide amber alert remains in effect this morning for 15- year-old pearl pinzon. fernando castro, the man accused of kidnapping her, was killed in a shootout yesterday in southern california. authorities are now focusing their search for pinzon in marin county. a traffic camera recorded castro's car, a gold saturn, in the area of sir francis drake boulevard at 9:30 yesterday morning. >> we currently have deputies in that area searching, looking for other clues, anything that
would give us information as to where pearl is at this point. >> no whitney amber alert went out. a license plate reader triggered the traffic camera but the surface images did not show pearl sitting up in the car. investigators don't know if she may have been lying down or in the trunk of the car. castro was killed in a gun battle with authorities. after a chp officer spotted his car in santa barbara county, they chased that car into a mobile home park. witnesses report hearing at least 20 gunshots. pearl's family and friends are comforting each other hoping she will soon be found safe. >> she will be home. she will be home. >> relatives and friends gathered yesterday in vallejo at a pedestrian overpass along interstate 780 at taylor avenue where pearl was last seen. witnesses say they saw a man dragging her away and that she was bleeding and screaming for
help. >> i am worried sick about her. so much is going through my mind, i don't know what to believe right now. i just want her found. >> organizers of the prayer vigil hope that it would strengthen pearl's family during this painful and uncertain time. time is now 4:04. to al maid -- two alameda county sheriff's deputies who were charged in the videotape beating of a man in the san francisco alley, they are due back in court july 19th. the deputies pled not guilty on thursday. a video from december shows the officers repeatedly beating stanislaus ped droff with batons. video could clear his client. >> you hear the officers giving commands to mr. petroff on the ground and it's clear from that to me that the officers are not
seeing compliance. >> the police are not the judge and jury. it's not their job to decide who should be executed. >> the deputies claiming they feared for their lives say petroff is a drug suspect who was driving a stolen car had already rammed two police cars while trying to escape being arrested. petroff suffered a concussion, head wounds and several broken bones in that beating. charges have been filed against a b.a.r.t. station agent who is accused of hitting a homeless man with a wooden rod at the mcarthur bart station. he thought holloway tried to avoid paying his fare and at first he told bart police holloway swung at him but surveillance video shows bailey swinging the bar at holloway at the man was -- as the man was trying to leave. bailey has been charged with misdemeanor battery. san francisco police need help to find a man suspected in a series of burglaries.
police released a photo of the man they are looking for. he is suspected of burglarizing several businesses on clement street in the richland district, described in his mid- 40s, 6 feet tall, about 200 pounds and may use a bike to get around. if you have any information, please call police. two east bay women arrested accused of stealing a large amount of baby formula and investigators say they could be part of a bigger problem. police say 21-year-old zany jones of antioch on the left and 20-year-old acauseia paulmore on the right stole the food sunday an. they suggest the women are part of a large scale theft ring. the women are facing charges of burglary and conspiracy in san mateo county. the warriors beat the oklahoma city thunder last night 120-111. they have stayed off elimination in game 5 at oracle. the crowd was fired up.
the warriors season on the line, it was a tough, close game. maurice fates off the bench scored nine points in the first three minutes of the second quarter but the thunder kept it close. the warriors went into halftime with an eight-point lead. in the third quarter, oklahoma city took their first lead of the games but the warriors opened the four with an 8-0 run . >> for us, we play better when we are having fun and enjoying the moment. we played like we were really stressed in okc and it showed. kind of tried to let loose, be ourselves, have fun, enjoy what we were doing and it was a good feeling out there to, obviously, perform at a high level. >> so now the series goes back to oklahoma city for game 6. that's tomorrow night.
for the warriors it's another must win. warriors fans know what the team is capable of doing and they are keeping the faith. >> yeah, they say last night's game was too close for comfort but what matters is the warriors won. before the game coach steve kerr talked about how important the fans are. >> things can change quickly, you know, momentum can change and a good game in front of your home crowd can infuse a team and change the course of things. >> we are going to take it in seven games. we are coming back monday, we are going back to back, that's right. back to back. >> and the fans say they are confident the defending champs will win tomorrow and come back home for game seven. >> looked good. this morning hillary clinton continues her campaign swing through the bay area. she is scheduled to take part in a discussion with community leaders in oakland.
>> yesterday clinton appeared at rallies in san jose and san francisco. she was introducedly lieutenant governor gavin newsom. in her remarks clinton targeted her presumed opponent for the presidency calling donald trump a loose canyon -- cannon. >> what he is saying is dangerous and divisive. what he is saying is harmful to our future and our country. >> clinton's meeting this morning with community leaders in oakland is scheduled for 9:00 at the home of chicken and waffles restaurants on embarcadero way. some supporters of bernie sanders are painting a mural featuring the candidate in oakland. it is going up on the corner of west grand avenue and magnolia street. the group behind it says they are part of the native american community and that they are painting the mural because
sanders stands with the native american people. he is currently campaigning in southern california. he explained why he said he would be willing to debate donald trump ahead of california's june 7th primary. >> because i think it's important that somebody hold him to task for his outrageously bigoted remarks against mexicans and latinos, against muslims, against women, against veterans, against african-americans. >> a new poll shows hillary clinton leading sanders, though, by two points in california but nationwide clinton has a wide lead in delegates. now, the next campaign appearance for sanders in the bay area is scheduled for oakland on tuesday. time is now 410. new this morning, president obama made history today becoming the first sitting u.s. president to visit hiroshima, the site of the u.s. atomic bomb attack in world war ii.
president obama laid a wreath honoring the memories of the 140,000 people killed by that bomb. the president told why it was important to go there. >> why do we come to this place, to hiroshima? we come to ponder a terrible force unleashed in a not so distant past. we come to mourn the dead. >> and president obama met with some survivors of the bombing saying what happened in hiroshima shows why we should pursue a world without nuclear weapons. 4:11 now. and a raid at a marin county home tied to a homicide of a marin county high school student. pretty intense situation. coming up in 20 minutes we will tell you about the two arrests made in the hundred -- and the
hunt for a third suspect. plagued by deficits, what students at uc santa cruz are willing to do to keep sports programs alive. we are looking at a morning commute where traffic is doing very well at highway 44 coming up to the willow pass grade. tell you about that coming up. a little bit of fog hanging out. all signs point towards sunny and warmer weather. we will show you how much warmer.
welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 4:14. there's a any poll showing most uc santa cruz students are willing to pay a few to keep their sports program alives. the athletics department has had a budget deficit for years and that department may soon be cut. the recent poll asked students if they would be willing to pay a $270 fee to help save sports. 63% of students said yes. right now the student fee is about $15 a year. a marijuana friendly gym may open soon in san francisco. the "chronicle" says the owner is in the final stages of getting a lease for the gym which will be called power plant fitness. the paper says people will also be allowed to eat marijuana edibles and vape in this gym but the city doesn't allow smoking marijuana indoors. the gym could possibly open in the fall. happy ending to a 6-year- old burglary case involving a east bay musician. in 2010 we first reported that
someone broke into the home of rob flynn. he's the lead singer for the heavy metal band machine head and several items were stolen including a 1997 washburn dime bolt guitar given to him by darrol abbott of the group pan tara. but recently for $10 a woman bought an unclaimed storage unit in san bernardino and discovered two guitars inside. she did some research and tracked down the rightful owner. it was rob flynn. and machine head posted his thank you on its youtube page. >> i cannot thank you enough -- >> you just gave me goosebumps. >> she returned the dime bag guitar that got stolen from me six years ago. this guitar was given to me in 1997. >> the good samaritan returned the guitar along with a prototype guitar that had not been released. flynn says it's moments like these that make you believe in
miracles. the memorial day weekend is considered the unofficial start of summer. it is a three-day weekend for many people, meaning more opportunity to get out and enjoy what the bay area has to offer and rosemary orozco shows us some of the things happening in today's weekend watch. >> a lot going on around the bay area on this memorial weekend. in san francisco the carnivale festival is fill the streets, experience cuisine, dance for the whole family. it takes place on harrison street between 16th and 24 from 10:00 to 6:00. the parade is on sunday at 9:30. in oakland, party down at the east lake music festival this saturday event will feature local music, dancing, food and micro brews. the day festival will be at lake mare amphitheater. headliners include stevie wonder, red hot chili peppers plus florence and the machine. bottle rocket takes place friday, saturday and sunday at the napa expo. in the south bay, bite into
a taco festival. food trucks and other vendors will be at history park on saturday from noon to 7:00. the cost is $10 for adults, $3 for children 11 and under. or head to the future roots festival on saturday at plaza de cesar chavez. as and quakes are at home, warriors and sharks continue their playoff run. i'm rosemary orozco and that is your weekend watch. >> looking forward to bottle rocket in particular. >> where are you going to be today? >> i am going up there in a couple of hours to meet brian flores who will bring you a preview look. sal, it's going to be pretty fun, exciting day at bottle rock. >> i don't know. traffic is going to be terrible. i wouldn't go if -- i'm just kidding. >> we are going to let people know about that, there were problems early on but we are going to talk to the organizers and the mayor and -- >> you will be live there this morning? >> yes, live this morning.
so we will talk about how they have worked on all those traffic and parking problems. >> where is brian flores, i wonder. >> i think he's en route. >> gotcha. >> well, i was kidding about the traffic, pam. you should have no problem if you go soon. right now traffic is looking good there. and also in the east bay we are looking at -- in fact, i have to go to the gilroy supercommute here, see if i can get this done on my own. let's see if we can do this. well, looks like it may not be functioning but the traffic around the bay area, pam, is not that bad. there it is. the gilroy supercommute. it is not a bad one. in fact, if we push it in a little bit more, the traffic continues to look pretty good on 101 right through morgan hill. so if you are other driving -- if you're driving through, it shouldn't be a bad commute at all and we are also looking at some of these other commutes around the bay. you see the traffic is moving along very well in many areas. let's move along and take a look at some pictures, traffic on the san mateo bridge doesn't look bad. it is a nice job.
on fridays before memorial day, what has happened in my long experience doing this job is people try and take four days off, not three, so today we might have lighter than usual conditions. also looking at the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see that traffic is moving well on westbound 80. so we will see what happens, but that's what's happened in the past. now it's time for steve. >> highway 29 shouldn't be a problem about noon, right? >> not at all, right? >> smooth sailing? >> sure. >> thank you, sir. we have mostly clear skies, pretty decent fog bank on the san mateo coast and santa cruz coast and that's where it's going to stay, otherwise hard- pressed to find much and what's there will burn off fast and temperatures will be warming especially inland. if you're well enough away from the coast it will be sunny and warm or if you're by the coast, subtle changes. it will be nice, cool and foggy depending on if you're north of
the bay area or south. some of the fog looks like it will get chewed up. still holding on there but i don't think it has much of a chance. there's still a breeze in place, nothing crazy or anything, but still a delta breeze, we will see what happens in the next couple of hours. 40s for a few, 50s for many. it's very close for healdsburg, windsor and calistoga in the low 50s. down in las vegas 71 degrees. 48 degrees in arcata and 53 to the north. no more thunderstorm activity. things were lit up a couple of days ago. you can see the fog there, about half moon bay monterra south. watch how this blows up over the four corners, a lot of rain in denver and also up in the rockies, but patchy fog, sunny and warmer, fog san mateo coast south at least for the morning. upper 80s for some inland, breezy at times, although i
think that will be decreasing. 60s, 70s coast and bay and then 80s to upper 80s for some inland and temperatures will kind of back off slightly on saturday and then looks warmer as we go into the holiday. sunday, monday, into tuesday. >> thank you. >> dampen the spirits of people heading up to napa. >> mid-80s in napa. >> it is? >> yes. >> all right. i'll be letting you know live from there what the weather is. >> and what time would that be? >> i think i'm on starting right at 9:00. >> that will be perfect weather then. >> yeah, but we are going to see brian a little earlier. >> all right. >> 7:00 brian is going to be there. 4:22 is the time. the victorian home from the hit series "full house," it is up for sale. coming up in 25 minutes, the asking price and the reason you might be surprised when you walk inside. but first, they call it the superbug. up next how u.s. health officials are warning about an infection that resists antibiotics. "gs 6?h.ñqjni
welcome back to mornings on 2. forecasters predict more tornados could touch down in the great plains today. the central and southern eastern parts of the united states have been hit hard this week by severe thunderstorms. flash flooding in kentucky trapped a group of tourists in a cave 150 feet underground. the storms flooded roads and downed industries near memphis, tennessee. the national weather service reports tornados in texas and
kansas. a tornado with a 180-mile-per- hour wind damaged at least 20 homes in northeast kansas. u.s. health officials are reporting the first case of an antibiotic resistant infection here in the u.s. a 49-year-old woman in pennsylvania who had not traveled outside of the u.s. was found to have an infection that is resistant to all existing antibiotics. the so-called superbug has shown up in china and europe but this is the first time in the u.s. >> we need to make new antibiotics but unless we have better stewardship and identification of outbreaks, we will lose these miracle drugs. the medicine cabinet is empty for some patients. >> the centers for disease control and prevention calls the antibiotic resistant superbug one of the most urgent public health threats. our time is 9:44:26. a smoking ban bill proposed by some eighth graders in sacramento county, it's a step closer to becoming a law.
the state senate passed the bill. it would ban smoking within 250 feet of youth sporting events. if you're caught using tobacco products or e-cigarettes while kids are present at youth events you would be subject to a fine. the measure now goes to the state assembly. a rapper has been arrested in new york in connection with a deadly shooting wednesday night at a rap concert. police say rowland collins, who goes by the stage name troy ab was caught here on surveillance video firing a gun. one person was killed in the shooting, three others were wounded including collins. family members of the man who died say he was a member of collins' entourage. collins will face charges of attempted murder and weapons charges. the rapper t.i. was due to perform at that concert but he had not yet taken the stage. 4:27. campaign signs were stolen in the south bay but is it a political move or a high school
prank? up next we will tell you where some of the signs ended up. plus two teenagers arrested in connection in the death of a novato high school student. the homicide investigation that's underway. underway. good morning. right now we are looking at a commute where traffic is moving along very well on interstate 80 westbound. some solid fog on the san mateo santa cruz coast but other than that we are all set for a warmup. we will show you how much on this friday as we head into your holiday weekend.
good morning. 4:30 in the morning. you recognize that -- >> you can still hear the fans. >> i know. even though they are not there, they are there at oracle arena in oakland where the warriors won last night. they are still alive. we will talk more about that in their victory last night a little bit later. good morning. thank you for joining us on mornings on 2, friday, may 27th. i'm dave clark. brian flores on