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for some, especially highway 1 towards napa, napa county lineae long the sonoma county line. that will burn off. temps are moving up. not a lot. inland temps, for sure. coast and bay 60s and 70s. santa rosa 77 yesterday. going 82 today. san francisco up to 68. livermore 79-85. so we are getting near where we should be on the temps to maybe slightly above well inland. a little bit of fog in the mix. the delta breeze has been decreasing and that's usually a sure sign that inland temps are on their way up. still clear skies. a little cool on a lot of these lows with low 50s. upper 40s for many on the peninsula. atherton, menlo park in there. woodside at 45. 49 hillsboro. a little chill in the morning air. i think the fog on the san mateo/santa cruz coast sticks around past 9:00. patchy fog, cooler and warmer.
upper 80s inland. breeze kicks in. 60s, 70s, and 80s. sal, 7:01. is it still quiet out there? >> yeah. you can see that the traffic on eastshore freeway looks pretty good from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. there are no major problems all the way to the bay bridge toll plaza. chp will be doing extra enforcement this holiday weekend with more, not fewer, officers on the roads through the holiday weekend. let's go out to the toll plaza. you can see traffic is light. it is not a normal day there at the bay bridge toll plaza. and we are also looking at 880. traffic looking good. 580 as well. the altamonte pass doesn't have much traffic right now. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. an amber alert remains in effect this morning as authorities look for a missing vallejo teen. alex savidge live from marin county where police say they may have found an important
clue. >> reporter: good morning to you, gasia. this violent kidnapping that happened earlier this week triggered and amber alert initially. the car authorities were searching for was spotted on a traffic camera here near the richmond san rafael bridge. this is now one area where investigators are focusing. it was actually a license plate reader that triggered that traffic camera. you can see the image. it shows that gold saturn sedan driving along sir francis drake boulevard yesterday at about 9:30 in the morning. in this image you can see the suspected kidnapper in this case fernando castro behind the wheel of that car. now shall the image does not show -- now, the image does not show the victim, pearl pinson, in the car. she could have been lying down or in the trunk. now, this morning the 15-year- old girl remains missing while the man accused of abducting her is dead. that was the violent scene in
santa barbara county after chp officers spotted the car at the center of this amber alert. officers wound up getting into a shoot-out with the suspected kidnapper in a mobile home park there. when it was all said and done that 19-year-old had been shot and killed. now, investigators believe castro kidnapped pearl at gunpoint early wednesday morning from a freeway overpass in vallejo. last night her family held a vigil. they are holding out hope she will be found safe. >> i am overwhelmed. i am worried sick about her. so much is running through my mind. i don't know what to believe right now. i just want her found. >> reporter: now, witnesses to that kidnapping early wednesday morning reported seeing a man dragging pearl away from that freeway overpass. at the time she was bleeding and screaming for help. we understand that pearl and the man accused of taking her
are acquaintances. that's how authorities described their relationship. now, let's put a graphic up on the screen here because there has been a tip line set up by the solano county sheriff's office. if you have any idea where pearl may be, any information that might help investigators in this search, put in a call to the number you see here. (707)784-1963. now, this area where we are today in marin county near the richmond san rafael bridge was one area authorities searched last night. they are searching near the water trying to see if they can find any sign of pearl. we understand, gasia, that search will continue in this area later on today. >> very difficult. alex, thank you. a petaluma biologist was found alive after he went missing on wednesday. sheriff's deputies and rescue teams say he was disoriented in the woods by the adobe creek country club. he was taken to the hospital. he is known for leading a non-
profit wetlands group. time is 7:05. the warriors beat the oklahoma city thunder last night 120- 111. they staved off elimination in game 5 at oracle. the crowd was fired up. it was a tough close game. off the bench for nine points in the first three minutes of the second quarter. 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 game, but the warriors opened up the fourth with an 8- 0 run. at one point steph curry had five straight points. he finished with 31 point. klay thompson had 37. andrew bogut had 15 points and 14 rebounds. >> we play better when we are having fun and enjoying the moment. we played like we were stress inside okc. it showed.
kind of tried to let loose. be ourselves. have fun. enjoy what we were doing. it was a good feeling out there to, obviously, perform at a high level. >> do it again, steph. do it again. now the series goes back to oklahoma city for game 6 tomorrow night. for the warriors it is yet another must, must win. ♪ you are the sunshine of my life ♪. >> yeah, oh, my goodness, if i could be there i would. bottlerock napa valley kicks off in just hours. stevie wonder is headlining tonight. >> yeah. the festival is sold out. thousands of people will be there. there right now ktvu's brian flores at the napa expo this morning with more. hey, brian, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, guys. gasia, did i hear you sing a little bit? >> i had to let loose. i am a huge stevie wonder fan. >> and gasia can sing, too. >> reporter: i know.
oh, really? okay. well, maybe next year you can headline here. good morning to you guys. hey, live at bottlerock napa 2016. speaking of stevie wonder that is his stage tonight. >> he is headlining tonight. his instruments are already up there. they are going to be doing a sound check later on this morning. there are plenty of new things at bottlerock napa. this is the fourth year this has been taking place. behind me here is the new sky deck where i think i see the dave and gasia seats already set up with the wine and the food there. it's already ready for you guys. >> [ applause ] >> reporter: i hear you clapping, dave. >> that's me. >> reporter: i hear you clapping, my friend. so many things to do here. the best of napa combining food, wine, and just the very best of what this place has to offer. as we go to video crews were setting up here. in fact, we stopped by jam cellars. they have a huge tent. they are one.
premiere sponsored for bottlerock napa 2016. in fact, you will know where they are because they have a four foot disco ball. when you get here, you'll see it. talking with organizers and 30 different wineries that are here, they say this year could be the best ever. >> bottlerock is absolutely unique. it's right in the heart of napa valley. and so it screams wine. and it's almost like world- class music festival inside a world-class food and wine festival. so you have got the best of all worlds. >> it turns every single customer into a vip by experiencing the wine program at bottlerock. you get to enjoy the lounge and drink wine with the winemakers and the wineries themselves. >> reporter: yeah. sounds good right about now, in fact. tickets are sold out for bottlerock. in fact, they sold out on april 15th, which i believe is the earliest that has ever happened. as we take it back out here
live, yeah, the four foot disco ball, there it is. by the way, the musical acts, stevie wonder. also tonight lenny kravitz, michael fronty, who by the way pam cook has been asking to see him for probably the past, i don't know, six months. so if you are watching ktvu channel 2 "mornings on 2" this morning, could you come on down, meet my friend pam cook this morning? other acts florence the machine headline tomorrow. red hot chili peppers on sunday. it's not just musical acts. we are talking about some of the best chefs out here as well. marie moto, gordon ramsey. they pair up with celebrities and singers as well. and mark ibanez, yes, he is pairing up with a celebrity chef as well. we have a jam packed show. pam cook making her way to napa this morning. stick around for "mornings on 2" all morning long, guys. it's going to be a lot of fun. >> man, is already is. brian flores. thank you.
at bottlerock. we will talk to you later. >> a lot of people don't know our sports director mark ibanez is the pride of napa. more information about bottlerock including the line- up for all three days is waiting for you on ktvu.com under the web links tab. 7:10. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton still campaigning in the bay area. at 7:30 her planned stop in oakland this morning. first show president obama history. the reason he says his visit to hiroshima, japan, is so important. and we are looking at a slightly different commute if you are driving to work. you will see some slow traffic like here on highway 4. it is a little bit crowded, believe it or not, coming over the hill to concord. in the forecast. ♪[ music playing ]
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welcome back. it's 7:12. new this morning president obama made history today. he became the first sitting american president to visit hiroshima. the site of the u.s. atomic bomb attack during world war ii. the president laid a wreath at the hiroshima peace memorial park honoring the memories of the 140,000 people killed by that bomb. the president explained why it was important to go there. >> why do we come to this place? to hiroshima. we come to ponder the terrible force unleashed in a not so distant past. we come to mourn the dead. >> president obama also met with survivors of the bomb saying what happened in hiroshima shows why we should pursue a world without nuclear weapons. time is 7:13.
u.s. health officials reporting the first case of an antibiotic resistant infection here in the u.s. a 49-year-old woman in pennsylvania who had not been outside the u.s. was found to have an infection that is resistant to all existing antibiotics. it's a so-called superbug. it has shown up in china and europe. this is the first time in the u.s. the centers for disease control calls the antibiotic- resistant superbug one of the most urgent public health threats. dead and dying trees are forcing the closure of more than a dozen campgrounds in memorial day weekend. a bark beetle infestation is causing trees to become weak and die at a fast rate. they are worried about trees toppling over and the safety of campers is their main concern. some sites may remain for the entire summer. the group heal the bay says the most polluted california beach is in santa cruz county. it was ranked number one for the third year in a row.
sunny dale cove in san francisco and pillar point in san mateo county are ranked eighth and ninth on the list of dirtiest beaches based on levels of bacterial pollution. six bay area beaches were given craze of c, d, or f. the cleanest are lind mar in pacifica and alameda point in alameda county. let's check in with sal. >> there is some slow traffic out there. it's not quite as bad as it would be on a normal commute day. a lot of people have taken the four-day weekend, obviously, ahead of memorial day. this is what the toll plaza looks like right now. this is not what it normally looks like. i don't have to tell you that if you drive it everyday. >> highway 101 san francisco not bad. northbound 101 and southbound 101, certainly people are out there. i want to show you a map because we managed to find some slow traffic. highway 4 is slow as you come up and over the hill from
pittsburg to baypointe. but it's not even that bad. it does slow down to 20 miles per hour. some times it has been worse. it's not all that bad. 7:16. let's go to steve. a little bit of fog. some over the estuary, napa, sonoma county, but that's going to burn off pretty fast. what's on the san mateo-santa cruz coast looks like that will stick out. doing a little fishing here. i would think that's what these guys are up to. are we on the estuary there? yeah. yeah. very nice. well done. was that kevin pender? well done, kevin. thank you, kevin. chloe up to clearlake. perfect weather. 54 degrees in clearlake. high today about 84-86. i'll buy that. sounds right to me. a little bit of fog today, tomorrow. sunday, monday we'll probably get a little northerly-
northeasterly breeze. that will allow temperatures inland to jump up. there will be 60s, 70s by the coast around the bay. biggest jump will be the inland temps. upper 80s to near 90 for some. especially on monday. out of the north it hasn't scoured everything out yet. we have a component of a light breeze. it continues to decrease. napa airport has a north wind. that will take care of that fog. concord west-southwest 15. 50s on the temps. a couple 40s in novato. it's probably 20 minutes old. they are probably in the low 50s by now. north bay temps, petaluma, novato, sebastopol, kelseyville in the 40s, low 60s. holmes, windsor and calistoga. a chill in the morning. the nights are short now. the low that we had, the series of them, this about three that came through, look at the four corners. a heck of a system. for us too far away. dry drier side. a lot of 70s to low and mid
80s. 60s, 70s by the water. upper 70s, low 80s. temperatures near average to a little bit above for some here. we have been way below for the longest time. so we'll bump up above average especially morgan hill, gilroy. they have been in the 70s. today the 80s. 60s on the coast. 70s on the peninsula or upper 70s, very low 80s. sierra nevada, boy, i tell you a couple days it was going bonkers up there. quieter now. that low is too far away. the mornings are cold though. remember that. warmer especially sunday, monday for your holiday weekend a. >> gasia doesn't want it too high. >> it won't be too hot. >> livermore this time of year is tolerable. mid august it's a different story. >> yes. >> thank you, steve. 7:18. the best and brightest young students vying to be the best speller in the country.
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year-old jairam hathwar. a smoking ban bill is closer to becoming a law. it would ban smoking within 250 feet of youth sports events. anyone caught using tobacco products or e-cigarettes would be find. the measure now heads to the state assembly. well, more influential people in san francisco are supporting the proposed styrofoam ban. "the examiner" reports it has picked up support recently from several key city commissions, including the small business commission and the commission on the environment. san francisco, like many other cities, already bans styrofoam takeout containers in restaurants. this new proposal would extend the ban to the sale of styrofoam products in the city
and supporters hope the measure helps the city reach that goal of sending zero waste to landfills by the end of the year 2020. now to a happy ending to a six-year-old burglary case involving a famous east bay musician. in 2010 ktvu reported someone broke into the home of rob flint, the lead singer for machine head. a 1997 washburn guitar was stolen. recently for $10 a woman bought an unclaimed storage unit in san bernardino and discovered two guitars inside. did some research and tracked down the writeful owner, rob flint. he posed his thank you. >> i cannot thank you enough. she returned the dime bag
guitar. >> the good samaritan returned the guitar with a prototype guitar. flint says it's moments like these that make you believe in miracles. 7:25. san francisco police want to find a man suspected in several burglaries. look at the photo. he is suspected of burglarizing several businesses on clement street in the richmond district. he is described as being in his mid 40s, six feet tall, weighing about 200-pound. he may use a bike to get around. again take a look. if you have information, call the police. 7:25. the san jose sharks will continue their pursuit of the stanley cup in pittsburg on monday. the penguins won the eastern conference last night. there i am. how are you on this friday morning? we have a little bit of low clouds. sunny and warmer for most. we will talk about that in your weekend forecast coming up. up.
now. ktvu's pam cook and brian flores already there. they are not superstitious. they expect a great time. we are going to check in with them through the morning. love it. good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2". friday, may 27. i am dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian. let's get you outdoors and enjoying this four-day weekend for so many. weather-wise warmer than what we started the week with. >> absolutely. looked cool for a couple of days, you guys. a little bit of fog is starting to lift. it's going to be warmer for most. it depends on your proximity. there are so many microclimates here. believe me. denise was kind enough to write me. i am out here in antioch. it depends where you are. seriously. you could be up against the hills. you could be by the river and get four or five degree different temps. san jose downtown, i get this complaint, san jose we're out in san jose and it's hotter. yes, i know. downtown is 80. east san jose 83-84.
san francisco 64. going 68. santa rosa 77. going 82 today. so the biggest jump for those away from the coast by far. there is some fog holding on san mateo, cruz coast, napa county, a little bit around the bay. breeze is there but each hour seems to be coming down a little bit and temps are beginning to bump up a little bit. 62 in brentwood. other locations in the low 50s or 40s. black hawk 51. concord 52. sunshine in the mix. low pressure system a series of them that we had are now long gone and high pressure building in. patchy fog, sunny and warmer for many. cool lows. upper 80s for some far enough inland. that breeze picks up occasionally at time. 60s, 70s around the bay. 80s for the interior. sal? >> friday light before the memorial day holiday. let's go out, steve, and take a look at what we have now. the traffic continues to look good in many areas, as you can see here.
traffic on interstate 880 is not bad as you drive past the oakland colindres. i don't think we are going to get any of the traditional slow traffic from san leandro up to oakland. it hasn't appeared yet. we have slow traffic on highway 4 from pittsburg to baypointe. i did manage to find some of that. 680 doesn't look bad in the area. and 80 in contra costa county looks good from pinellas to richmond. a little bit of slowing getting into marin county. 7:31. back to the desk. >> thank you. in marin county two suspects now in custody and the search goes on for a third suspect after an attack in the north bay that left one teenager dead and another one wounded. ktvu fox 2's christian kafton, you're at novato high school. i know the victims went there. you have been in contact with investigators. any updates? >> reporter: yeah, i have actually been texting back and forth with investigators this
morning. they say at this point no updates about that third suspect who is still outstanding. the two suspects yesterday arrested in dramatic fashion. >> search warrant. come out with your hands up. >> reporter: now, marin county sheriff's office tactical unit stormed the leafwood apartments yesterday to take one suspect into custody. that suspect came out without incident. investigators are not saying what led them to that suspect. investigators arrested another suspect earlier in the day and now as we have been saying, that hunt still on for the third suspect. >> we are actively trying to pursue any further leads that might help us identify again the identity and location of that individual. >> reporter: deputies say they arrested those two suspects in connection with the shooting and stabbing incident wednesday that left one novato high school teen dead. another hospitalized. at this point investigators aren't disclosing a motive in this case and are still looking for the third suspect.
they are saying that the surviving victim cooperating with authorities and providing them with information about the attackers. yesterday authorities said this was, they believe, a targeted attack. that despite the fact that this third suspect is still on the loose, they do not believe that there is a threat to the community at large. >> christian kafton in novato. thank you. 7:33. two alameda county sheriff's deputies charged with beating a man in an alley are due back in court. the deputies pled not guilty. the video from december shows the officers repeatedly beating stanislaw petrov with batons. the lawyer for santa maria says the police body camera video that has not been released to the public could clear his client. >> you hear the officers giving commands to, you know, mr. petrov on the ground, and it's clear are 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. >> now, the deputies claiming they feared for their lives say petrov is a drug suspect who was driving a stolen car, had already rammed two police cars trying to escape being arrested. petrov suffered a concussion, head wounds, and several broken bones in that beating. time is 7:34. this morning hillary clinton continues her campaign swing through the bay area. she is scheduled to take part in a discussion with community leaders here in oakland. yesterday clinton appeared at rallies in san jose and san francisco. she was introduced by lieutenant governor gavin newsom. she targeted her presumed opponent for the presidency calling donald trump a loose cannon. >> 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 here in oakland is set for 9:00 at the home of chicken and waffles restaurant. supporters of bernie sanders are painting a mural featuring the candidate in oakland. it's going up on west grand avenue and magnolia street. the group behind it says they are part of the native american community and say they are painting the mural because sanders stands with the native american people. donald trump is scheduled to hold a rally today in fresno before flying to san diego. now, police in both cities say they are prepared and don't expect problems. earlier this week at least eight people were arrested outside a trump rally near l.a. yesterday it was reported that donald trump has enough delegates to clinch the republican nomination. he was put over the top by some unpledged delegates in north dakota. was it really just a prank?
ktvu fox 2's janine de la vega live in the newsroom to explain how high school students are behind the theft of some campaign signs. >> this was traced back to a group of seniors from santa teresa high school. the principal says it was their senior prank, but it crossed the line. several candidates running for the san jose city council say more than 100 of their pinellas signs were stole -- their campaign signs were stolen. it wasn't just local candidates. signs from hillary clinton and bernie sanders, presidential campaigns, were found there as well. a surveillance camera captured video of a student stealing one of the signs from a yard. >> they took away not only my freedom of speech, but they took away the freedom of speech of the people who put up the signs that wanted to support me. i think that's very important to note that, you know, you are not just hurting my campaign financially. you are taking away our freedom of speech. >> school administrators say besides stealing the signs,
students ripped out trees, glued doors and tagged buildings. the cost of damage, clean-up and investigation totals $2,600. students will have to reimburse the school district but candidates are recommending the students also do community service. gasia. >> thank you. happening today the san francisco unified school district is helping to promote a statewide campaign to end violence and discrimination against transgender people. at 11:30 this morning school leaders will be at mission high school for a rally to encourage all california schools to join the transformed california campaign. transform california promotes understanding for the transgender community. time is now 7:37. now we know the san jose sharks will be playing the pittsburg penguins in the stanley cup finals. last night the penguins beat tampa bay 2-1 game 7 of the eastern conference finals. the penguins won in 2009. the sharks have never been to a stanley cup final.
so the series begins monday. game 2 is wednesday. the first game in san jose will be saturday june 4th. and you know that is causing the sap center to make a change. opera star andrea bocelli was due to perm on june 4th with jordin sparks and the san jose festival orchestra. but the sharks and the penguins will be playing game 3 of the stanley cup finals now. the sharks tell us the concert has been moved to friday, june 3rd. refunds will be available to those who can't go on that new date. 7:38. a new tool to help better predict and prevent wildfires. at 8:00 a map that shows where power lines pose the greatest fire danger. accusations against twitter. the information a woman says the san francisco company gave to the man she says was harassing her online. and we have a big problem in oakland 580 eastbound. we have a crash at teller.
welcome back. it's 7:41. oakland police released photos of three people and a car that may be linked to a killing. 30-year-old brian bowl was shot in the head in north oakland last mont as he walked home from the kingfish bar. surveillance images show three people who may have seen or talked to him in the area of richmond boulevard and frisbee street where the shooting
occurred. investigators also leased this photo of a car seen in that area. it's described as a four-door 2003 to 2007 silver honda accord. well, a woman says she was being harassed by a man on twitter, and when she filed a complaint about it on the social media site her personal information was given to the man who was harassing her. according to beside insider, the woman works in the tech industry, is very active in politics as well. she says she was targeted for her political activities. she also claims the man tweeted photos of her child and targeted her in several videos. now, she says she complained to twitter and says that twitter is part of the reporting process, sent a copy of her complaint with her private information, including her home address, to the man she was complaining about. twitter told business insider it does not comment on
individual accounts. the marin independent journal reports the board of trustees in mill valley alerted parents that they negotiated a restitution agreement with kate mecca. she was the founder and director of that school. over eight years they say she diverted money into her accounts. she released a statement in which she said she gave 40 years of her life to working hard to sustain the school. the golden gate bridge opened and this day 79 years ago. with an eye towards the future the bridge district's new budget includes funding to hire two new engineers to build a safety net for it. the idea is to prevent people from committing suicide by jumping off the bridge. "the examiner" now reports within the district's proposed $210 million budget there is a provision to hire two engineers to help with the netting.
several firms are bidding for the project. bart crews plan to finish scheduled track maintenance ahead of schedule, so it's the last couple of days of disrupted service. the work starts at mudslide tonight. it will end 4 a.m. on tuesday enter rutting service between the bayfair in san leandro stations on the fremont line. but if there is a warriors game 7, normal service will be back up and running sunday after 3 p.m. to help out the fans. the bus bridge will be in place during that track maintenance. it may cause delays of 30 minutes to an hour. time is 7:44. a lot of people staying home from school and work. a lot of people, sal, like all of us, still have to be where they are supposed to be. >> yes. so there is a mix of people who have to be where they are supposed to be. unfortunately, what happens sometimes, gasia and dave, is when the speeds are up out there people get into more serious accidents. people are driving faster. a big time crash eastbound 508
at keller. it's also affecting westbound traffic as well. so suddenly what had been a pretty nice wide open commute for you is not. you can use 880 as an alternate. there is some slow traffic on 880, but i would still use 880 instead of 580. anywhere near keller is going to be slow on the freeway. plenty of emergency vehicles there. let's move along and take a look at some of these other commutes. the bay bridge is light. just don't go too fast. chp does not take time off really. it actually increases patrols over the holiday weekends like this weekend coming up. let's move along. one more thing here. taking a look at highway 24, not a bad commute heading over to the tunnel. now at 7:45 let's go to steve. >> sal, your work is done here. why don't you head home? that bay bridge toll plaza, my goodness. >> thank you, steve. i will stick around "the 9". >> some low clouds in place, but they are burning off. napa county line up to santa
rosa. but that looks like it's starting to fade a little bit. low clouds over oakland, the estuary, that is retreating. the san mateo coast south, there definitely is a solid fog bank on the san mateo, santa cruz coast. they will be the last to see clearing. sometimes it's a tall order on the san mateo coast. we are warming up for most. 70s and also 80s on the temps. san jose yesterday 78. going 80 today. not a huge jump. livermore 79 to 85. santa rosa 77 to 82. not much change i think tomorrow, but maybe sunday, monday, a north-northeasterly breeze. there is a breeze but it's not that strong. west-southwest. a component of an onshore breeze. not crazy or anything. a lot of 50s. a couple low 60s. cool this morning. many, many 40s and low 50s on the peninsula. some might warmer than this now. we will warm up pretty quick here. 50 hillsboro. 52 pacifica. 50s in the valley.
51 ukiah. 34 truckee. in the sierra we will have that forecast in a second. that fog half moon bay south. it looks like everyone else on the sunshine here. a powerhouse low starting to really ramp up over the four corners, especially over colorado. patchy fog, sunny and warmer. cool lows, but upper 80s for some well inland. the breeze will show itself for a few, but not that strong. 60s, 70s and 80s. clearlake 70s. vacaville 88. it gets warm. the nights will be cool. the mornings are cool as well. petaluma 81 degrees. 74 oakland. 84 to 88 from livermore out to brentwood and oakley. also low-to-mid 80s morgan hill to gilroy. 60s on the coast. low 80s on the peninsula. sierra nevada today will be the day with partly cloudies. after that i think it looks good, especially sunday into monday. it should be warm in the days and the mornings are cool,
cool. pretty quiet except for fog, outside guys. >> okay. i have a lot of people on facebook sailing they are going to field trips with their children. a woman is heading down to great america down in the south. >> 80s. >> 80s? >> yeah. >> warmish. >> okay. time is 7:48a driver led the chp on a slow-speed chase in southern california. eventually came to a stop after he ran over spike strips. next the unusual thing he did while waiting for the police to arrest him.
♪[ music playing ]. >> dave clark, where are you? >> sal, my head is bobbing off of my neck. >> so is erika jay simpson because she requested hot fun in the summertime by sly and the family stone. these are summer songs. erika simpson, thank you for that request. if there is a special summer song you want to hear let us know. i will be playing requests all friday morning. hashtag us ktvu on twitter, facebook or instagram. >> sal has been showing us traffic is loss. he has also been talking about the chp conducting their maximum enforcement period through the day.
it starts at 6:00 tonight and goes through monday night. officers will be looking for distracted driving and those under the influence. 31 people died of crashes last year. the majority not wearing their seatbelts. more than 1,000 were arrested for dwi-related charges. a bizarre chase ends with a suspect drinking a beer before surrendering. look at happened in orange county after officers tried to pull over a stolen car. the driver led officers on a slow-speed chase. the car did stop after running over some spike strips. the passenger gets out of the car right away, puts the hands up. the driver chooses to lean out the window, and watch. drink a beer. goes on to yell at officers. he does eventually get out and surrender. in the end, no one was hurt during this chase. time is 7:52. the board of san francisco working on some new plans for an underused pier.
the answer may be a mega carport. pier '80s 70-acre site may soon be busy again thanks to a 15- year agreement. they will take over that space. they can dock four huge car hauling cargo ships at a time. and 96 of those ships will make port there every year. >> we think that we're going to handle about 150 cars annually from various locations. asia, europe, mexico. there are more cars being brought in from mexico to california than there are from japan. >> and the port estimates the initial operation will provide about 400 new jobs and bring in about $3.9 million in state and local taxes. well, san francisco's park system has been named the fifth best in america. the trust republic land says the city was rated the highest in the nation for park access pointing out 99% of residents
live within a 10-minute walk of a park. it was based on park size, facilities and investment, and availability of things like basketball hoops, off-leash dog parks and recreation and senior centers. a marijuana friendly gym may soon open in san francisco. the "san francisco chronicle" says the owners in the final stages of getting a lease for the gym which will be called power plant fitness. the paper says marijuana edibles and vaping will be allowed inside the gym. the city does not allow smoking marijuana indoors. it could open up in the fall. you could own a piece of tv history in san francisco. talking about the victorian home made famous in "full house." it's for sale. just over four million dollars. these are photos taken from vanguard properties in charge of the sale. it features almost 3,000 square feet of living space including three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a classically designed garden. the show's producers mainly
used the exterior of the home. you can see the inside is a lot different from the "full house" set. they shot the show in their studio in burbank. the oakland raiders will pack care packages at the marine memorial area in san francisco. and in celebration of military appreciation month josh duhamel is teaming up with gmc to help our military. the general motors truck division raises funds for a charity called building for america's bravest. the group uses the money to build smart homes for severely injured veterans to make everyday living a little bit easier. >> there is such great dudes and they have such strong spirits about them. and that really is what i have taken away from this, is this positive outlook on life. i have nothing but respect and admiration for these heroes
really. >> if you would like to donate to building for america's bravest go to ktvu.com and look at the one links section. it didn't take long for the bay area's new cpr safety machine to save a life. the contra costa county fire district unveiled the new cpr robot. it helps paramedics with compressions on injury victims. three days later paramedics used it to save a 50-year-old man who had a heart attack. that portable device has a small chest compressor. it increases the chances of saving a life at the same time it lessens the physical demand on firefighters and rescue teams. 7:56. the warriors keep their playoff hopes alive. >> shot clock to five. here is curry. yes! >> it was a hard-fought victory in oakland sending the series
back to oklahoma city for game 6. and we are just hours away from bottlerock napa. this year lots of exciting acts. lots of great food as well. we will preview what's coming up this year coming up after the break. good morning. we are looking at a commute here that is going to be okay so far, but there is -- there are some trouble spots. one in oakland. we will tell you about that straight ahead. a holiday weekend. many of you will be heading out on road trips. let's go do this. we have a warm forecast for you. you.
a desperate search continues for macing vallejo teenager kidnapped at gunpoint earlier this week. we will tell you about the new clue investigators have. the holiday weekend means more enforcement from law officers from chp in particular. we will tell you what chp is doing starting tonight. this is ktvu "mornings on 2". >> ♪[ music playing ] >> see, we start you off with music at 8:00. welcome back to "mornings on 2". that's the music of bay area musician michael franti and spearhead. one of the performers at bottlerock napa valley. we are out there live. the gates open just about three hours from right now. but pam cook and brian flores already there. we are going to check in with
them in a couple of minutes. get michael over there with pam, because pam loves him. >> pam is excited. she wants to meet him and see him. everything is working perfectly here inside the ktvu studio. maybe you're working today. maybe you have the day off. let's see what steve paulson has in store for you weather- wise. pretty nice for most. pretty nice except san mateo, santa cruz coast a rather stubborn fog bank there. we will have sunshine and warmer temps. 70s and 80s. if you are far enough inland, yes, some upper 80s. most locations about where these will be. santa rosa 77 yesterday. 82 today. the city 68. livermore 79 to 85. san jose 78 to 80. east san jose and santa clara valley a little warmer. we are good to go except for the fog and the breeze continues to drop, drop, drop. inland temps are on their way up. when travis goes blow ten, that's a sure sign. concord is in there. fairfield. they are in the 60s.
50s elsewhere. most inland locations will settle in the mid-to-upper 80s. coast and bay 60s and 70s. still a lot of fog holding on from about half moon bay south. patchy fog, sunny and warmer. cool lows. upper 80s for some. highs 60s, 70s, 80s. 8:02. a quiet friday light. it sure has. there have been a couple -- >> can i ask you a question? >> sure. >> are you seeing traffic on 29? >> 29? i can get to you on that after i do what i have to talk about in oakland. i will look for you and everyone else going out to bottlerock. let's look at the commute here, steve. we have something in oakland i want to mention. it was a hit-and-run accident eastbound 580 at keller with a vehicle that overturned. fortunately, we are coming to find out that the injuries were not serious, but the traffic is terrible on 580 both directions approaching keller because of the earlier crash. live pictures now.
i can show you the traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza doesn't look that bad. in fact, it looks great. you can see traffic is moving along very nicely coming up through the area. also looking at the commute on 280 north and southbound. the traffic is going to be okay. now, steve asked about 29 and getting up to bottlerock. we are going to look at it here for you. we can put it on the map. if you want to bring my maps back up, i can show you that there is a little bit of slow traffic here on 29 heading northbound out of the city of napa in napa county heading up to yountville. so it is getting a little bit crowded there. nothing major, but certainly people -- you also see slow traffic on 29 through american canyon area. so definitely we are seeing people heading up for the festival. now lets go back to the desk. 8:03. a search for pearl pinson this morning. a 15-year-old vallejo girl who was kidnapped at gunpoint on wednesday. the man suspected of kidnapping pearl was killed yesterday in southern california. it happened during a shoot-out
with police. ktvu's alex savidge live now in marin county to tell us why the searchers are looking there, alex. >> reporter: dave, good morning to you. authorities will continue their search for pearl pinson here near the richmond san rafael bridge later today because the man who is accused of kidnapping here was spotted driving through this area. the car at the center of the amber alert was picked up by a traffic camera here and it was actually triggered by a license plate reader. that gold saturn sedan was seen on sir francis drake boulevard yesterday 9:30 in the morning. this is the image that came from southern california. the suspected kidnapper, fernando castro, was behind the wheel of that car when it was seen in marin county. but 15-year-old pearl pinson was not seen in the car. now, this morning the teenager remains missing while the man accused of abducting her is dead. the accused kidnapper in this
case was killed during a violent shoot-out with chp officers in santa barbara county yesterday. castro was cornered in a mobile home park and authorities say the 19-year-old fired at officers before being shot to death. investigators believe castro kidnapped pearl at gunpoint early wednesday morning from a freeway overpass in vallejo. the solano county sheriff says finding this missing teen will now be even more difficult since her accused kidnapper is dead. >> it can complicate things because we can't ask him. we can't interview him and find out more. but we have a team of dedicated investigators that are working very diligently around the clock to bring pearl home safely. and it makes the community involvement and information they can provide us that much more crucial for this case. >> reporter: now, investigators say pearl and her accused kidnapper were acquaintances. that's the nature of their relationship according to
authorities. now, witnesses to the kidnapping reported seeing a man dragging pearl away from that overpass and at the time she was bleeding and screaming for help. now, if you have any information on where pearl might be this morning you are being urged to put in a call to a hotline set up by the solano county sheriff's department. call the number you see on your screen. it's (707)784-1963. and again the search goes on for this missing teenager taken from vallejo just a couple of days ago. and we do understand that one area where authorities will be focusing that search is here in marin county near the richmond san rafael bridge later on today. dave. >> alex savidge, thank you. time is now 8:06. new from overnight a missing petaluma biologist was found alive after disappearing on wednesday. 77-year-old gerald moore was found about 10:00 last night by search teams. they say he was found disoriented in a remote wooded area near the adobe creek
country club. he was taken to a hospital to be examined. he is known for leading a non- profit we had lands group that focuses on protecting parks and wildlife the warriors beat the oklahoma city thunder last night. the crowd was fired up. this was a tough close game. marreese speights scored nine points in the first three minutes of the second quarter, but the thunder kept it close. the warriors went halftime with an eight point lead. in the third quarters oklahoma city took their first lead. >> for us we play taber when we're having -- we play better when we are having fun and enjoying the moment. we played like we were stressed in okc and it showed.
kind of let loose, be ourselves, have fun, enjoy what we were doing. it was a good feel out there to, obviously, perform at a higher level. >> now the series goes back to oklahoma city for game 6 tomorrow night. california now has a new tool to better predict and prevent wildfires. the public utilities commission came out with a new map that shows where power lines pose the greatest fire danger. that green is considered a low danger area. you can see orange and red in the sierra nevada and the southern part of our state. these are the area where power lines are most at risk for sparking wildfires because of try and windy conditions. and with summer essentially here the oakland fire department is reminding people about fire prevention. a big part of the fire prevention effort focuses on vegetation inspection and their goat grazing program. today the fire department will be doing an annual vegetation inspection in the hills.
time is 8:09. president obama today made history in japan. he is the first sitting american president to go to the site of a u.s. atomic bomb attack in hiroshima. up next what the president told survivors. good morning. we are looking at a south bay commute that doesn't look too bad on 237. a little bit of crowding westbound as you approach zhanger road. fog lifting for most. might be a tall order. inland temps already in the 60s for some. we will take a look at your friday and holiday forecast. before earning enough cash back from bank of america to buy a new gym bag. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time and 2% back at the grocery store. even before he got 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them. that's the excitement
tens of thousands of people will be in bottlerock. >> the music and wine #ktvuthe9 wine. >> again, the call, michael, if you are listening, she is here. you need to be here as well. >> please come see me. a lot of things going on. >> it's super exciting. we want to show you because we have george, one of our over photographers, is up there on that cool v.i.p. area. the seating for some special folks. there is the sky deck.
and george is up there. he has a birds-eye-view right now of the stage as it's being set up. it's just an incredible looking stage. this is top of the line like any concert you go to, any big headline event. they have the screens where you can see things. andy grammer is this afternoon. my own michael franti is going to be here later. >> you have bigger screens as well. >> right. >> and talk about this is the best part about bottlerock is not only do you have great music, but great food and great wines. speaking of some the wines here, you see them as our photographer sid pans around here, you see, oh, naked wines. >> i love it, i love it. and cake bread seller is here. amazing. at noon we will be at the culinary stage. there is two culinary stages.
gordon ramsey is here. >> cheech and chong. last year snoop dogg was here. >> we are going to do that. in the neglects half hour we will talk to the man who is in charge. i did a little facebook mention. i ran into some neighbors neighbors where i parked. they are not super excited because they live here. it takes three weeks to set up. there is a lot of noise. a lot of activity. a lot of people. be very aware of where you park and the neighbors. i will say that the ceo in our next hit, in about a haven hour, he is going to -- half an hour, he is going to address that. they have worked through the kinks of the parking and traffic and some things that they are doing to apiece the neighbors and the neighborhood. that's nice. >> stevie wonder the headline tonight. florence and the machine tomorrow. red hot chili peppers on sunday. you need to come down. >> we are going to talk to the mayor a little bit later this
morning about 9:00 and she will talk about what this has done for the city, the town of napa. this is amazing for the local restaurants and local bands and we are a going to talk to a couple of the members of the deadlies. >> they also watch us in the morning. >> so we are going to talk to them at 9:00. >> i am glad you both are there. brian and pam, you look great out there. have fun. we will talk to you again later. >> thank you. we have much more information on bottlerock, including the line-up for all three days. check under the web links tab of ktvu.com. 8:15. getting up there may be difficult in the days to come? >> already some slow traffic on 29. first we are going to take a look at traffic a little closer to the core of the bay area. right now it doesn't look bad at the bay bridge, in case you are wondering, trying to get into san francisco. we are also looking at the commute on 880 northbound. it's beginning to slow down a
little bit past the coliseum. some people may be avoiding 580 near keller, the scene of an earlier accident. i want to show you highway 29 is getting slow coming into the city of napa and getting up to the area here. so you should give yourself plenty of time. 29, highway 12. so you are going to see a lot of people going up for that very popular festival and it's going to be a good time. but just don't get frustrated by the slow traffic. 8:16. let's go to steve now and the bay area weather. >> my advice, i would go right now. >> yes. >> seriously. >> show up early. hang out and wait around. >> exactly. good morning everybody. we have some low clouds. most of that is burning off. it was over napa county. i think pam and brian mentioned that. it's going to warm up quick away from the coast. the fog on the san mateo santa cruz says i am happy over here. it may be slow to burn off. hazy skies over the bay and temperatures are warming up especially inland. we are losing the delta breeze
as well. a little bit of a fog surge on saturday. sen sunday, monday, a north- northeast breeze and that should warm everybody up. that looks to be the warmest day, would be monday. coming out of the north. underneath that we get a little bit of a west breeze, but not that strong. west at eight. i mean, it went from 25, gusts of two or three this morning, 17, 14, 13. that's a sure sign. oakland airport has a little offshore breeze. low 60s fairfield, concord, brentwood in there. very cool close. those don't last that long this time of year. mid 50s for some including windsor in there. napa now 56. warming up pretty quick. once that fog burns off, up she goes. 36 in truckee. foggy on the monterey peninsula. i mean, carmel valley will clear. might be a tough one on parts of the monterey bay. usually downtown monterey does if you are heading that direction. quiet to the north except for the fog on the san mateo santa
cruz coast. pattern change here for a little bit. i still think another low is going dom in here the middle of next week or until next week. until then sunshine and warmer temps except for some of that fog near the coast. hazy over the bay. breezy for a few. not that many. 60s, 70s, 80s. you won't have to go far to find that. antioch, brentwood, oakley, 84. temperatures getting a little bit above average for some. it's been a cool stretch. a long stretch. we are due for warm-up. today will be the start of that. we will take it into probably tuesday and then it does look like things will start to cool down again. but sierra nevada, boy, i'll tell you a couple days they were boomers everywhere. that's not the case now. it will be calming down and warmer as well. sunny side up and warmer, dave, as we go into the weekend for most. except for that coast, san mateo, santa cruz. otherwise you're good. time is 8:18. new this morning president
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"mornings on 2" as they are going to feature all that is happening in bottlerock and the way the festival has grown. you know, it started several years ago. so it's really kind of changed and expanded. a lot of people excited to go there. we will take you there live. friday morning, of course, may 27th. i am gasia mikaelian. >> i am dave clark. did you know yesterday was lenny's birthday. >> was it? >> and steve paulson and i have been talking about it. >> there is a documentary on him and his band which has been together a long time. a long time. and it's on one of those premium channels. very interesting. >> yeah, really. >> he is a cool cat, isn't he? >> he is a cool cat. it's going to be sunny and warm. temperatures inland, that is. on the coast, even though the sunshine is there, you will probably end up with 60s for many. san francisco upper 60s. san mateo, cruz coast tough there. but santa rosa warming up. 82. livermore 79 to 85. san jose 78 to 80. that's downtown. east san jose warmer of course. san francisco inching upwards.
the cloud cover is gone except for the low cloud deck. what was over napa and parts of the bay is eroding fast and the delta breeze, sea breeze coming down, down, down. brentwood is out of the gate fast there. 10 degrees warmer than livermore. low 60s for some. 50s for others. it won't take long to warm up here. temperatures upper 80s to near 90 for some. it does not look like 70s at the coast. the low that gave us that cool weather is long gone. that's allowing high pressure to build in. sunny and warm weather for most. haze over the bay as well. upper 60s to 90s for some inland. 60s and 70s by the water. sal, 8:31. a quiet morning? except highway 29? >> yeah, people are going up to bottlerock, of course. they are taking the car. hopefully at least carpooling so you don't have to get stuck in traffic by yourself and ease the congestion on the roads a little bit. let's take a look at what we have closer to home though. i will say that traffic on eastshore freeway is going to
be just okay. a little bit crowded. not stop and go as you drive out to the macarthur maze. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza you will see that traffic is light today. it's definitely not a normal commute for the bay bridge. so we have been talking about bottlerock. i do want to mention that 29 is getting some crowded conditions near the city of napa and also in napa county. so if you are going there, please bring patience and just beware that that's happening so you are not surprised by it the 8:32. back to the desk. in marin county two suspects are in custody and the search continues for a third after an attack that left one teenager dead, another wounded. ktvu's christian kafton has been following the latest developments on the search. >> reporter: investigators say they are still looking for one suspect. that after two dramatic arrests yesterday afternoon. >> search warrant. resident at 1309 number 5, come out the door with your hands rupp i the sheriff's office tactical units stormed the leafwood apartments yesterday afternoon to take a suspect
into custody. that suspect coming out without incident. investigators are not saying what led them to that suspect. investigators though arrested another suspect earlier in the day. now that hunt on for the third suspect. >> we are actively trying to pursue further leads that might help us identify the identity and location that have individual. >> reporter: deputies say they arrested the two suspects in connection with the shooting and stabbing incident that occurred wednesday which left one novato high school teen dead. another hospitalized. at this point investigators are not disclosing a motive in this case and are looking for that third suspect. they are saying that the surviving victim is cooperating with authorities and providing them with information about the attackers. yesterday authorities say that they believed this was a targeted attack, that they don't believe there is a threat to the community at large despite the fact that that third suspect is still out there. in novato, christian kafton, fox 2 news. time is 8:33. this morning hillary clinton keeps campaigning here in the bay area. due to be in oakland taking
part in a discussion about community leaders. now, yesterday she was at rallies in san jose and san francisco. she was introduced by lieutenant governor gavin newsom. her meeting this morning in oakland set for 9:00. just a little while. she will be at the home of chicken and waffles on embarcadero west. meantime, some supporters of bernie sanders are painting a mural featuring bernie sanders in oakland. the mural is going up on a building on the corner of west grand avenue and magnolia. the group says they are a part of the native american community and they are painting the mural because bernie sanders stands with the native american people. meantime, donald trump is scheduled to hold a rally today in fresno before he flies to san diego. now, police in both cities say they are prepared. they don't expect any problems. earlier this week at least eight people were arrested outside of a trump rally near l.a. yesterday it was reported
donald trump has enough delegates to clinch the republican nomination. he clinched it with unpledged delegates in north dakota. 8:35. bottlerock one of napa's biggest music events kicks off today. >> ♪[ music playing ]. >> a three-day festival that combines music, food, and wine. crews have been busy transforming the napa valley expo to a music, food, and wine lovers dream. >> you know, when the first music performers stage at noon, brian flores and pam cook already there. they are with us live. between you and i, you know i'm jealous, right? >> yeah. >> you see, i know. i know. but, hey, you got to put your name into the hat next time they ask you to go out into the field. >> sometimes i get the tough assignments, right? >> can you hear dave clapping out here in napa? [ laughter ] good morning everybody. we are live here in napa this
morning. beautiful napa. bottlerock 2016. sun's coming out. it is feeling warm. the weather is going to be absolutely perfect for this three-day event. so many exciting things here. musical acts. food. wine. you couldn't ask for a better event period. >> right. it's going to be a fun combination. we are excited because they are setting up the stage. we can hear all of that. and with us is dave graham, who is in charge of all this. you have been running this? >> yeah, this is our third year doing it. we continue to take leaps and bounds in terms of improving it. we are excited. >> reporter: yeah, raymond, i have to start with what are you most excited about this year do you think? >> i think in general just the overall flow and customer experience that people are going to have. i mean, look at this sky deck that people are going to be able to stand on to see some of the best performers in the world. stevie wonder. red hot chili peppers. florence and the machine. it's incredible. the culinary stage is something i am excited about as well.
>> reporter: this event in it's fourth year, just continues to grow. has it ever gotten to the point where we may need to find another venue? >> no, no. the three guys that run this thing, my two partners, we are local. born and raised in napa valley. this is all about napa. so being able to have it in downtown napa, it's incredible. we have 30 local wineries, 30 local restaurants. we call it napa-tism. >> reporter: i imagine it's brought a lot of people into napa. i ran into a couple of people who live in the neighborhood. they watch us every morning. they are not super excited. it takes three weeks to set this up. it's kind of loud. for people who came the first year and now it's the fourth year, it was kind of chaotic then. what have you done since -- what can people expect in terms of parking and traffic and what have you done for the neighborhood? >> at the end of the day this is taking place downtown.
so you have to be sensitive to everyone's needs. we put in place new measures relative to sound to be in compliance with an ordinance in place. we put up this sound wall. we have been doing public meetings for quite some time to really hear not what is good about bottlerock, but instead where we can improve. and it's a policy internally at our chinese new year parade shut up and listen. >> reporter: what are you looking forward to? there are so many acts. >> we will have gordon ramsey. local celebs dwight clark, michael mina being paired doing
exciting food programming. there are surprises in store for sure. >> reporter: david is my new best friend. i get to meet michael franti. >> i am going to deliver. he is probably one of the nicest individuals on the planet. >> reporter: he and his wife raised a ton of money last night for the foundation. we are going to talk about that. >> reporter: yeah. he did. >> 14 hour flight and drove for his do up the love foundation. they raised $150,000 last night. >> reporter: that's awesome. >> reporter: thank you so much. a lot of exciting things at bottlerock. one of the things that i like here, guys, a thing called silent disco where you put headphones on. you see a bunch of people -- right, gasia? everyone is dancing. it is fun. >> reporter: and no sound coming out of there. >> reporter: don't sing while you have the headphones on. >> reporter: can't wait to see that. a lot of things going on at bottlerock. much more later on "mornings on 2".
>> reporter: we will see you at 9:00. >> pam, brian, have lots of fun. we have much more information on bottlerock, including the line-up for all three days. check our website ktvu.com. look under web links. time is 8:40. we know the san jose will be heading to pennsylvania to open up the stanley cup finals. last night the pittsburg penguins beat the tampa bay lightning 2-1. the penguins won the stanley cup in 2009. hadn't been back to the finals since. the sharks have never been to a stanley cup finals. the series begins monday. game 2 is wednesday. the first game in san jose is saturday, june 4th. that has caused the sap center to make a change. andrea bocelli was scheduled to perform there next saturday along with jordin sparks. the sharks and penguins game will be playing game 3 of the stanley cup times. that means the sharks say the concert has been moved to friday the 3rd. refunds will be given to those who can't attend the new
concert date. 8:41. transforming a san francisco pier into a mega carport. up next a plan to rejuvenate an underutilized san francisco pier into an economic bonanza. and we do have a look at the commute that is actually getting a little bit better in some areas like highway 4. we will tell you more of what's going on straight ahead. well, fog free at steel rock. a little bit more fog to the south. even montera now has sunshine. warmer weather on the way.
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the chp once again conducting maximum enforcement period all over the state this memorial day weekend. it starts just after six tonight, goes through monday night. they will be looking out for distracted drivers and people under the influence, and they want everybody to buckle up. last memorial day weekend 31 people died in crashes. most were not wearing seatbelts. more than 1,000 people were arrested for dwi-related offenses. well, a really bizarre police chase in southern california ended with a suspect drinking a beer before giving up. it happened yesterday morning in orange county. officers tried pull over a stolen car. this one here. the driver led police on a slow- speed chase, but eventually the car stopped after running over spike is strips. now, the passenger got out of the car right away, but the driver leaned out the window, drank his beer, and yelled at the police. he eventually got out and
surrendered. no one was hurt during that chase. back here at home the port of san francisco has been working on new plans for an underused pier and the answer may be a mega carport. i mean a big one. pier '80s site. the automotive services will take over that space. they conduct four massive car- hauling cargo ships at one time. 96 make port there every year. >> we think we will handle 150,000 cars from asia, europe, mexico. there are more cars being brought in from mexico to california now than there are from japan. >> now, they are estimating the initial operation will provide about 400 new jobs, and also generate $3.9 million in state and local taxes. the group heal the bay says the most polluted beach in
california is in santa cruz county. it ranked number one for the third straight year. sunny dale cove in san francisco and pillar point in san mateo county, they are ranked eighth and ninth on the list of the dirtiest beaches based on the levels of weekly bacterial pollution. six bay area beaches in all were given grades of c, d, or an f. some of the cleanest bay area beaches include lind mar in pacifica and alameda point in alameda county. time is 8:47. >> dave, we are still looking at the bay bridge commute, which has not become busier. i thought some people would show up later, but the volume hasn't been enough to cause a traffic jam. this is interstate 880. the traffic continues to be a little bit slow just north of san leandro up to downtown oakland. and if you are driving to napa, bottlerock, we have been talking about it, highway 29
and 12 taking a little bit more traffic and 80 doesn't look that bad. so there is more traffic, but it's not undoable in my opinion. i think you should have a good time and leave yourself plenty of time to get there. 8:48. let's go to steve. >> sal, thank you. we are molestation fog free except for parts of the san mateo, santa cruz coast and temperatures warming up. san jose looking right with sunshine here. near 80 degrees for san jose. maybe a little warmer towards east san jose. we are warming up. the biggest jump for the inland demps. might be more fog saturday morning. more of a northerly breeze sunday into monday. upper 80s to 90s for inland locations. that's going to start already today. the delta breeze has tailed off. the fog is shallow and only find to parts of the coast. 60s for some. 50s for others. palo alto is 47 to 61. pretty good jump there. 36 in truckee.
56 ukiah. sacramento 60. even over the sierra looks quieted. that fog san mateo coast to santa cruz. it doesn't want to go anywhere. eventually it will. look that over colorado. really just lots of rain and snow over there. not our problem. patchy fog, sunny and warmer. a little haze over the bay there. upper 80s inland to 90. that breeze may pick up later. temperatures have been well below for the longers time. now they are going to go above. anywhere inland without any fog influence 80s in the mix. low, mid, upper a few near 90 degrees. 70s around the bay. low 80s around san jose. still a little tall order for the coast, but in the city. 70s to 80s on the peninsula. if you are heading to the sierra, today partly sunny, partly cloudy. it looks much more on the way of sunshine sunday into monday. the lows are cold though. remember that. warmer weather, dave, takes us into the weekend. >> for most people a good time
for barbecues. >> absolutely. >> thank you. time is 8:50. campaign signs stolen in the south bay, but was it a political move or just a high school prank? up next where some of those signs ended up. plus, if you didn't know, today is the birthday of the golden gate bridge. it's 79 years young. we just posted this photo on the ktvu instagram page. go to our instagram page ktvu 2.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". it's 8:52. a rapper has been arrested in new york in connection with a dead lie shooting. roland collins was caught here on surveillance video firing a gun. one person was killed in the shooting. three others were wounded, including collins himself. family members of the man who died say he was a member of
collins' entourage. now, collins is facing 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. back here at home oakland police released photos of three people and a car that may be linked to a killing. 30-year-old brian bowel was shot in the head in north oakland last month. surveillance pictures show three people who may have seen or talked to bole where the shooting happened. investigators also released this photo of a car seen in that area. it's described as a four-door silver honda accord. well, two alameda county sheriff's deputies charged in the videotape beating of a man in a san francisco alley, they are due back in court july 19th. deputies luis santa maria and paul weaver pled not guilty. a video from shows the officers
repeatedly beating stanislaw petrov with batons. the attorney for santa maria says the police body camera video that has not been released to the public could clear his client. >> you hear the officers giving commands to, you know, mr. petrov on the ground. it's clear from that, to me, that the officers are not getting compliance. >> the police are not the judge and jury. it's not their job to decide who should be executed. >> the deputies claim they feared for their lives. they say petrov is a drug suspect. he was driving a stolen car. he had already rammed two police cars trying to escape being arrested. petrov suffered a concussion, head wounds, and several broken bones in that beating. charges have been filed against a bart station agent accused of hitting a homeless man with a wooden rod at the macarthur bart station in march. paul bailey alameda used a two foot long wooden rod to attack sydney holloway because he
thought halloway tried to avoid paying his fare. at first he told bart police hollow away swung at him. authorities say surveillance video shows bailey swinging the rod at holloway several times as he was trying to leave. he suffered a cut on his forehead. bailey has been charged with misdemeanor battery. a woman says she was being harassed by a man on twitter and when she filed a complaint on the social media site her personal information was given to the man harassing her. according to business insider, the woman works in the high- tech industry, but is very active in politics. she says she was targeted for her political activities. she claims the man tweeted photos of her child and targeted her in several videos. she complained to twitter, but says that twitter, as part of the reporting process, sent a copy of her complaint with her private information, including her home address, to the man she was complaining about. twitter told business insider
they don't comment on individual accounts. two women from the east bay have been arrested. they are accused much stealing a large amount of baby formula and investigators say they could be part of a bigger problem. police say 21-year-old zanae jones of antioch on the left and 20-year-old akesha p al pleasant hill amore stole the formula. police found evidence that suggests they are part of a large-scale theft ring. well, a group of people running for office in san jose say their chances of winning may be hurt by a high school prank. several candidates for the san jose city council say more than 100 of their campaign signs were stolen last weekend. many were recovered at santa teresa high school. surveillance video recorded a student stealing a sign from a
yard. >> every sign costs money and it's not just the money. it's the time and effort to go into the neighborhoods and to talk to people and convince people to let us put our signs out here. >> the staff at the high school found the stolen signs. they were sprawled across campus tuesday morning. they say students also ripped out trees, glued doors, and tagged buildings. the cost of the damage and the clean-up and the investigation is about $2,600. the students will have to reimburse the school district. well shall the oakland raiders will be doing their part for our deployed military troops. later this morning some current and former players as well as staff will pack up care packages. it's in honor of memorial day. the packages will be delivered to the marines deployed in the middle east. hats off to the oakland raiders. wonderful gesture as we approach memorial day. and hats off to the golden state warriors.
right now presidential candidate hillary clinton is right down the street in oakland. ktvu's rob ross is there as she sits down with community leaders. and the warriors hold off elimination with a win at oracle arena. reaction from steph curry as the team prepares for another must-win game. plus, bottlerock kicks off today in napa. ktvu's pam cook and brian flores are there talking live to some of the musicians and food vendors behind the big event. oh, yeah. summertime. d.j. jazzy jeff and the fresh prince. one of my favorite summer songs. i am dating myself. this was the jam back in the day. you're looking at a live picture of bottlerock