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still missing. 7:01. welcome to "mornings on 2". it's monday, may 30th, memorial day. i am gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i am dave clark. let's check weather and traffic now. steve is off, but we have rosemary today. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. we have a nice one coming our way. we are going to warm it up. this morning we are waking up with low clouds at the coastline as well as inside the bay. i don't want it to last very long for our bayside communities. along the coast i think it's going to stick most of the day. we will be mostly sunny elsewhere and temperatures are expected to soar above yesterday's highs. here is a closer view where we have a little bit of that cloud cover from san francisco across the bay bridge along richmond san rafael and our bridges over portions of the bay.
san mateo, done done done -- dumbarton bring. sonoma, napa, vallejo, through hercules and perhaps along the benicia stretch as well as martinez. temperatures this morning not too bad. a little cool for some. we have 49 degrees in santa rosa. 48 in novato. upper 50s in oakland. redwood city at 53. i expect temperatures to climb and climb fast especially with the folks with the sunshine. as we get into the afternoon the clouds are expected to hold on the coast. upper 80s to low 90s. when i come back i will have a detailed look at your afternoon highs. a big warm-up in the extended forecast. more on that as well. back to you. and sal is off today, but we are watching the roads for you this morning. these are live pictures of interstate 880 in oakland. it will be busy later.
the warriors are playing tonight. that game starts at 6:00. but the roads are pretty clear right now. you can see for yourself. if any traffic problems pop up, don't worry. we will bring them to you right here on morning. on this memorial day the nation pauses to remember the men and women who died while serve in the u.s. military. this is arlington national cemetery. president obama is marking the day by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. some 5,000 people are expected to attend the ceremony. you see many people there already. at home if you are looking for a way to spend this memorial day there are many events happening in the bay area. ktvu's janine de la vega live in milpitas to talk about some of them. >> reporter: a lot of people use this day to barbecue. but if you would like to spend time to pay tribute, there is ceremonies. there is one at milpitas city
hall. they have a memorial here with different, you know, honoring different people who served and died in wars. world war i, world war ii, korea, vietnam. so there is going to be a ceremony here in a couple of hours. there is also going to be another service at oak hill cemetery in san jose. let me tell you about something different that pays tribute to veterans. it's the wings of freedom tour taking place in livermore. there is going to be fully restored planes from world war ii on display including a b17 flying for the rest, a p57 mustang. visitors can tour these planes, learn about their importance in the war. some world war ii veterans are still with us. we did speak with a local veteran who served in the third infantry division. here's what he had to say. >> i respect these bombers. yeah. they really helped us out in a lot of places.
if it wasn't for them. we couldn't advance. >> reporter: the national world war ii museum estimates more than 550 world war ii vets die each day. the museum estimates there will only be a handful by the 75th anniversary of d-day in 2019. some may actually be at today's event in livermore. the planes will be on display until 5 a.m. admission is $12 for adults, $6 for kids under 12. you can even take a ride on some of those historic planes if you are willing to shell out some money. it's 400 to $450 for 30 minutes in the air. a unique experience if you want to do that since today is the last day to do that. gasia. >> janine, the event is age appropriate for the little ones who are too young to understand the more somber events happening around the bay area. it might be a good way to
introduce them to this is what grandma or grandpa did in. >> reporter: definitely something for families where little kids love standing back and saying wow, you know, and really looking at these historic planes. it should be -- you know rather, as you mentioned, a somber ceremony that pays respect, but this is another which to do that on had memorial day. >> thank you. 7:06. ever year the san francisco national cemetery in the presidio holds the largest memorial day ceremony in the bay area. the presidio is a national historic landmark. more than 35,000 veterans and their dependents are buried there. >> over 35,000 graves here at the presidio national cemetery. >> reporter: a walk through is almost like a walk through a history book. >> it's a monument to all of the different layers of history that presidio itself has because it is probably the
oldest army base on the west coast. in many ways, it was like the west coast pentagon because orders that came from the war department in washington, d.c. was sent to the presidio. we have people here from almost every era of the conflicts that the united states have been engaged in. john blackjack pershing worked out of presidio. general mark clark was a commander here. so every era of the u.s. conflicts from the indian war, spanish american war, world war i, world war ii, iraq, afghanistan, people are buried from all these conflicts that the u.s. were engaged in. >> reporter: and park rangers say recent conflicts have made people look at both memorial day and the presidio a little differently. >> especially since the days of 9/11 and the new engagement overseas in the middle east and other areas like that, that has become more timely, i think, to people in the bay area and across the country that
memorial days around the country are taking on a new significance. sometimes there is a question about the engagement of the united states in wars overseas and people are honoring people who stepped forward and do sacrifice and lose their lives for their country. every year there seems to be a larger turnout here at memorial day. >> reporter: do you think it's reverence? do you think it's understand? do you think it's respect? >> it's probably a combination of respect, remembrance. you bring them back into life. you bring them back to your living existence and, therefore, they do not die. >> reporter: while million dollars is always marked with a large ceremony, rangers say visitors come every day. sometimes searching for people they know, but often they come to learn about the people who have come before. >> there is also an electronic grave locater at the entrance. so if you know the person's last name, you can look up a relative or look up someone
like frederick funston or thompkins, the famous buffalo soldier, buried here. >> there are many more memorial day ceremonies through the bay. the full list is on ktvu.com. in san jose police investigating several violent incidents. there were two overnight stabbings, one shooting within 20 minutes of each other. very few details right now though. we know the shooting happened on gridley street. that's about all we know. one stabbing occurred on heather place. the other was on on julian street. as we get more information we will bring them to you. meantime, the family of a missing 15-year-old girl from vallejo held a vigil for her over the weekend. they gathered at the pedestrian bridge where pearl pinson was last seen alive. people have been leaving flowers and notes and balloons there since pearl disappeared. she was kidnapped at gunpoint
last wednesday in vallejo while heading to a bus stop. two separate search have turned up no sign of her yet. the solano county sheriff's department hopes a new tip will help find her. >> it's really heartbreaking to think something like this could happen to someone near you. i have grandchildren and children. i don't know what i would do if this happened to him. >> police say pinson's suspected kidnapper is 19-year- old fernando castro. he was killed last thursday in a police shoot-out in southern california. if you have any information, call the solano county sheriff's department. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is making two campaign appearances in oakland today. first in the actor danny glover will emcee a private event. at 7:00 sanders is set to speak at franco gallo plaza. it's free and open to the public. hillary clinton could be a week away from locking up the democratic nomination. she and presumptive gop nominee donald trump are facing a third
party challenger. >> reporter: we had the last cluster of contests coming up a week from tomorrow. for democrats this is what the map looks like. a couple of big states in play as well. california and new jersey. with the sounds of the rolling thunder motorcycle rally echoing in d.c., donald trump is here. he talked about the treatment of veterans and gun rights. >> we are going to protect our second amendment every little inch. >> reporter: trump has a campaign strategy now that focuses on about 15 states. likely some of these, including california, which hasn't voted for a republican in nearly 30 years. >> donald trump is not gonna win california and new york. if you does, it's a 49 state blow-out. he is right to focus on michigan, illinois, wisconsin, pennsylvania, and ohio. >> reporter: and a potential complication. the libertarian party, they had
a convention this weekend eventually nominating former new mexico gary johnson for president and former massachusetts governor bill weld for vp. at a time when the likely republican and democratic nominees with significant negatives, this could be an opportunity for a third party to pull from both sides. >> i think it's going to be an equal thing. >> reporter: for democrats the focus will be on california where bernie sanders has been closing in on hillary clinton. >> if we get the democratic nomination, donald trump is toast. >> [cheers and applause]. >> reporter: clinton though has taken some time off the campaign trail. she will return tomorrow with a series of fundraisers and campaign appearances in new jersey. why new jersey? hillary clinton is counting on winning that state with enough of a margin that she is able to lock down the democratic nomination before the polls even close in california on the same day and where sanders
could potentially score a big upset. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. 7:13. a big night ahead for bay area sports fans. we will go to brian flores live at oracle talking both warriors and sharks. up next though a popular beach shut down this memorial day. the possible shark attack that injured a woman in southern california. happy holidays to you. we are going to be warming it up for your holiday monday. a live look there at the sun shining over the east bay. a mix of sun and clouds this morning. what you can except for your neighborhood coming up.
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oh! oh, my god! >> just look at this. for ten minutes that 400-pound gorilla dragged the little boy, horrified zoo visitors watched everything. zoo officials made what they call the heartbreaking decision. they shot and killed the gorilla. the zoo's director says the gorilla was getting agitated and could have easily killed that child. >> the team made a tough choice and they made the right choice because they staved little boy's life. it could have been very bad. >> zoo officials said they had to kill the gorilla because a tranquilizer would have taken too long to sedate the gorilla. the little boy was hurt but he has been released from the hospital. two shark as tax on opposite coasts. a 13-year-old boy was attacked in florida. police say the boy was swimming in water three feet deep when a six foot shark bit into his
leg. you see the rescue efforts after the attack. one witness says the boy was hysterical and his step-dad was hugging him, trying to calm him down. he is being treated for a bite to his leg. he is expected to be okay. here in california an orange county beach is killed after a possible shark attack there. a woman was swimming 150 yards offshore at corona delmar state beach yesterday when somebody bit her on the upper part of her body and arm. she suffered serious injuries. no shark was spotted in the area, but the woman's wounds are consistent with a shark attack. 7:17. a judge ordered thousands of emails related to a scandal at san francisco state university be released. the emails were sent in 2014 between school officials about closing the science building at sf state. the emails could explain why the building shut down and why a school employee, aaron nevat, was fired. his lawyer says he was fired in retaliation for revealing the
discovery of unsafe levels of mercury, lead and asbestos in the basement. the university says he was fired because of poor job performance. traffic extremely quiet this memorial day. we will let you know if any issues pop up. we are all you think b the weather -- thinking about the weather. >> have you seen the extended forecast? >> yes. >> it's going to be baking for some of us as we get into the days ahead. today a warm-up. yesterday temperatures fell off for most of us. at this hour we are starting out similar to yesterday at least when it comes to the numbers. here is a view over the east bay and mount diablo where we have the sun shining. we have clouds over portions of the bay. as we start your morning a mix of sun and clouds with us. in the afternoon mostly sunny
skies. away from the coastline i think at the coast we are going to remain cloudy, partly sunny, partly cloudy, but this cloud cover over berkeley in the east bay going to pull back and we will be with sunny skies as get into the second part of your morning. 49 degrees in santa rosa. we have 52 san francisco. oakland in the upper 50s. livermore 57. san jose 55. so temperatures are beginning to rebound already. still a bit of a cool one in areas like santa rosa and novato. trailing behind in the upper 40s. the ridge of high pressure remains over the pacific. we have that upper level flow continuing in the north- northeasterly fashion at times, although it doesn't look too strong. at the surface we have a variable wind and at times it's even onshore. at the coast going to be cool. around the bay comfortable to warm. inland it's going to be hot in some spots. mostly sunny skies. we are looking at temperatures in the upper 60s to low 90s for some of the warmer locations. if you are going to the a's
game, 77 degrees game time, westerly breeze. a beautiful die at the ballpark. as we know when you are sitting there under the sun it could feel warmer than that. make sure you bring along the shades and the sunblock. 84 degrees for novato this afternoon. 82 expected for san rafael. our east bay shoreline looking good. mid 70s for alameda. low 90s for livermore. 92 in pittsburg. some like the heat. well, go inland because that's where you're gonna find it. 85 san jose. 86 saratoga. if you like a bit of the cloud cover, head to the coast. we have 66 for pacifica this afternoon. 72 in san francisco with partly to mostly clear skies there and a warm 80 degrees for palo alto. the extended forecast. temperatures begin to climb tomorrow and hold off. looks like we will take a dip midweek wednesday. thursday slightly cooler. not major changes going on for the next few days. as we get into friday, watch out. heat coming near the century
mark. our bay area weekend looks fairly warm, but not as high as friday. >> gasia can't cook if it's too hot. >> i hate turning on the oven if it's above 80. >> the crockpot. a salad for dinner. >> thank you. rosemary. time is 7:21. a mexican soccer star kidnapped. up next how alan pullodo was rescued after being abducted in his hometown.
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7:24a mexican soccer star kidnapped over the weekend has been rescued. 25-year-old alan alpulido was -- alan pulido was abducted saturday night. he was a member of the 2014 world cup team. the area has been plagued by violence between drug cartels. more rain expected today in and around south carolina. tropical depression bonnie left entire neighborhoods underwater. the system is now downgraded to a depression and it's moving up the east coast. now, bonslater dumped more than six inches of rain in the southern part of south carolina over the weekend. nine people were rescued in san antonio. devastating flooding killed at least six people. >> there were so many people caught outside. some in their cars.
some in trees. some on top of their roofs. >> evacuation orders have been issued in at least three texas cities. officials are worried the brazos river will overflow in the coming day. the marin county sheriff's department helped respond to a deadly boating accident over the weekend. the department tweeted this photo yesterday. there is no word on the number of victims or what led to that boat accident. thousands of motorcycles honoring veterans in their annual memorial day event of the rolling thunder ride started in the late '80s to recognize vietnam war veterans. it has since grown to honor all service men and women. a half million bikers took part this year. they started at the pentagon, made their way down constitution avenue and ended at the vietnam veterans memorial. the head of the green beret foundation says this is all about awareness. >> this honors and remembers
those that didn't come home from every conflict. those that made the ultimate sacrifice and also those who still continue to serve. >> rolling thunder is believed to be the largest one-day motorcycle gathering in the world. today you have a chance to relive the world's most spectacular surfing competition that happens at home. titans of mavericks is a prime time special. it comes 24 of the world's greatest athletes risking everything for a chance to be ground the 2016 -- crowned the stan champion. the country pauses to honor fallen military members. next a traveling tribute on display in the bay area today. oday. gasia, we are getting ready for game seven here at oracle arena. warriors-thunder tonight. we are getting ready for sharks.
game one of the stanley cup finals. it's going to be a lot of fun. rosemary, it's going to be raining inside oracle arena today? >> yes, and no thunder. we have some sunny skies in some areas. some of us waking up with a little bit of cloud cover. we have a warm-up coming our way for your holiday monday. a look at what you can except for today and in the extended forecast. a bigger heat up. more on that coming up.
good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2". it's memorial day. monday, may 30th. i am dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian. traffic is light today, as you would expect. a lot of people have the day off of work and school. weather could be a concern in coming days, right, rosemary? >> yes. this morning we are looking at clouds. nice mild to warm weather today. eventually hot weather. let's experience today and get outdoors. look at the sunny skies over the east bay. you can see the winter binds in the distance. the winds are light. a bit of an onshore breeze. fairfield a few degrees cooler. at least a little bit earlier. we will check on your number in a moment. the cloud cover along the coastline. i think for today partly cloudy to partly sunny for our coast. you go into the bay, we have got some cloud cover here. on the peninsula as well as the east bay. that will begin to burn back as we get through the second part
of the morning and into the first part of the afternoon. mostly sunny skies. some over napa as well as vallejo. 58 in concord. upper 50s in oakland. 54 san francisco with a few areas to the north bay trailing behind in the upper 40s. as we get into the second part of your day, i will take you into the afternoon where again those low clouds look to be stubborn on the coastline the rest of us mostly sunny skies. upper 70s, low 80s for the bay. 90s inland. when i come back put some numbers on the screen for you, talk about that big warm-up coming our way in the extended forecast. back to you. >> all right. rosemary, thank you. time is 7:31. you better buckle up, bay area sports fans. the warriors and the sharks are deep in the playoffs. one team fighting for the first changeup. the other fighting to get back into the finals. ktvu fox 2's brian flores right now at oracle arena, which no doubt will be rocking tonight. brian, good morning.
>> reporter: good morning, dave. no doubt. this place is going to be rocking tonight. this is one of these days if you are a true bay area sports fan you will be flipping channels between the sharks game and the warriors game. boy, what an exciting time to be a bay area sports fan. take a look around oracle arena this morning. the crews putting on the finishing touches. the strength in numbers showing prodly here. those are for the fans. 19,000 plus. that will be rocking the arena later on tonight. tickets, by the way, still available through the warriors rewebsite. the cheapest we found $360. coming to tonight's game is historic. this is the first time in 40 years the warriors will host a game seven at oracle arena. the dub's coming off that victory saturday night against the oklahoma city thunder. klay thompson scored 43 points.
an nba record 11 three- pointers. you couldn't ask for a better story line. the dub's were down 3-1. they were down for three-quarters until that epic fourth quarter where klay went off. talking with head coach steve kerr he seems so calm when there is pressure. he continues to keep the team focused. >> keep it simple. do your job. and try to enjoy it. have some fun. even though the game carries a lot of weight and we're all desperate to win on both sides, you have to keep some performance, too. it's not the end of the world one way or the other. >> meantime, on the ice and equally exciting the sharks open on the road against the pittsburg penguins. they won that in exciting fashion, winning the western conference in six games against the st. louis blues. penguins of course looking for their first stanley cup since
'09. the sharks looking for their first ever in their 25 year history. you are invited to watch game one at sap center tonight. the doors open at four this afternoon. the puck drops at five. tickets of $5 for that watch party at sap center and the money goes towards the sharks foundation. at oracle arena, a live look at the beautiful floor here at oracle arena. this place was only rocking for that watch party. can you hear the music. 10,000 fans were here for that watch party. again 19,000 screaming dub's fans for you. it's going to be so much fun later tonight. i am going to be watching. the bay area is going to be watching. boy, so much fun. >> brian, you took us right there. okay. brian flores at oracle arena, thank you. 7:34. a number of ceremonies around the bay area marking memorial day. we will bring in a live picture from the military cemetery in
benicia. a flag raising at the garrison is expected in the next hour. this is the oldest military cemetery in the western states. there are 211 graves all marked with american flags today, including a few german and italian prisoners of war from world war ii who were held at benicia. travis air force base will send one of its aircraft over the cemetery to mark the flag raising this morning. a little later this morning the mountain view cemetery in oakland will hold its memorial day ceremonies. this was the scene last memorial day. a vice admiral from the coast guard and an army colonel will speak about the sacrifices made by members of the u.s. military and their families. the ceremony will start at 10:00 this morning. that will be followed by a guided tour of the civil war burial grounds. and this evening a special memorial day vigil held at the crosses of lafayette. the la miranda and mount diablo justice centers are inviting the public to gather at seven from the crosses on deer hill road. the organizers say the event is designed to give people to
express sadness in the ongoing wars in the middle east. they are working to create a world where war is unacceptable. a traveling exhibition is in hayward this memorial day. the gold stars tribute wall is on display at lone truckee cemetery. it's dedicated to fallen military members from the gulf war and iraq and afghanistan wars. a special memorial day celebration today will feature two huey helicopters, the color guard and veterans. as many as 6,000 people are expected to attend. the event against at 10:00 a.m. time now 7:36. an update on that power outage at new york's kennedy airport. hundreds of passengers were left stranded. it started yesterday. it affected international travelers in the terminal serving british airways, qantas, cafe pacific, and iberia airlines. the power problem has been fixed. last night 1,200 people were waiting to be checked in for overnight flights because airline workers had to handwrite boarding passes and
baggage claim tickets. the power is back on now. the lines are expected to get shorter. a woman was killed last night in santa clara in a crash with a pickup truck. the woman's car collided with the truck at about 5:45 at lick mill boulevard and tasman drive. the woman was the only person in the car. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the truck driver and his passenger had minor injuries. the pickup truck ended up on a stretch of the vta rail tracks. service was shut down. a bus bridge was brought in to help stranded passengers. seven people hurt in a crash last night in san francisco. these are photos posted on the san francisco fire department's twitter page. there were three cars involved in the crashes after 7:00. the fire department says four people were taken to the hospital. one of them with critical injuries. three other people were treated at the scene and released. 7:37. two teenagers from oakland are believed to have drowned at woodward reservoir in stanislaw county. we are learning what happened before they went missing.
karma dickerson talked to the mother of one of those young men. >> reporter: loved ones of the teens believed drowned in the reservoir struggle with grief as the search for the boys' bodies continue. two stanislaw county sheriff's explorers praying alongside. >> he was going to be the next cam newton, wasn't he? >> reporter: despite the circumstances, amanda harding is smiles when she talks about her son jamari wilson who along with his best friend loved football, clothes and girls. >> he had a confidence that was out of this world. him and josiah. >> reporter: the boys went on a boat with two others and jumped into the water. one of the two survivors says they didn't think anything of jumping off the boat. they had done it earlier in the day with no problems. >> we jumped out way deeper than what we jumped out this time. >> and everybody came home. >> reporter: however, this time david says the boat left, leaving the boys far from
shore. he said they were soon panicked and exhausted. >> i start the screaming with them. help, help! nobody came to help us. i was tired. >> reporter: a day later dive teams continued to make use of every minute of daylight to find the best friends. >> they were tired. they are just, you know, they are invested. we have had to take food out to them because they don't want to take a break. they want to bring the boys back home. >> reporter: the reservoir is a controlled body of water. the traffic isn't as easy. it's 15 feet in the area where the boys went missing. divers can only see a foot in front of them. and the hundreds of other people and vessels on the water complicate things. >> we have had some activities with the people on the water refusing to stay away. >> i don't feel cool because i am still here. that's the only part that makes me mad. >> the only thing that makes me mad, hurts so much, is the fact
that i know they are together. 7:29. less than 30 minutes away from a ceremony honoring the men and women who lost their lives. dramatic rescue at home in the east bay hills. how crews saved two people trapped inside a car that went off a cliff. outside our doors turning up the heat on your holiday. i will have a look at the afternoon highs expected for your area and in the extended forecast a big warm-up coming our way. i'll explain coming up.
with the killing of a student high school. he was booked into the marin county jail yesterday on a charge of accessory after the fact. he is being held without bail. two other suspects who are students at novato high school are in custody. 17-year-old edwin guerra was found stabbed and shot last wednesday. another student survived the attack. time is 7:43. one person was killed over the weekend in a crash in pleasanton. it happened shortly before 2:00 yesterday. >> it was on stanley road. investigators say a black pickup truck smashed into a power pole. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. the chp is trying to determine where the pickup veered off the road. unclear whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. 7:43. there was a dramatic rescue in the east bay hills. a car drove over the side of the road. fire crews went out there shortly before noon. they found the car about 500 feet down the hill.
there were two people trapped inside. now, the crews had to rig up a rope system to get down there to the victims and assess the situation. >> we had one patient who was actually hauled up with the systems that we put together and one patient who was hauled out by chp. >> now, the chp helicopter was used to airlift that second patient taken to an ambulance waiting on the road above the crash scene. both victims they were taken to highland hospital. the east bay times says they are both teenagers. their injuries are not considered life-threatening. park rangers say crashes on that part of grisly peak road are common when drivers go too fast on this very narrow and winding road. stege legislators are considering a lan that would put the university of california on track to become the nation's most expensive public college system for non residents. a proposal calls for increasing the annual non-resident tuition from $37,000 to $54,000 over
six years. it would also cap out of state enrollment at 10%. supporters of the plan say the changes would help pay for undergraduate expansion. university leaders and students say it could cause students to look elsewhere. . santa clara supervisors is betting his dignity and pride on the san jose sharks in that they will win the stanley cup. board president dave cortese has med a bet with the political leader in the pittsburg penguin's hometown. they are collecting sports donations equipment to be delivered to the boys and girls club after the game. the mayor will have to wear the gear in colors to deliver the gear after the stanley cup. cortese said he will be wearing teal. the public is invited to donate new or generally used equipment at the county government center. the sharks are also donating
hockey equipment. dancing and music in san francisco's mission district. following tradition the celebration began with an aztec blessing. this year's theme was long live mother earth raising awareness about water and energy conservation as well as other environmental issues. time is 7:46. rosemary's in for steve. i hope you are ready for a warm and warmer, warmer weather. you have been warning us. >> yes, we are looking at a warm-up coming our way. the first part of the week the temperatures up slightly with modest variations going on. by the end of the week we have a huge heat-upcoming our way. some of us may hit 100 degrees by friday. we still are several days out and we will be tracking it between now and then. looks like friday is going to be a hot one. meanwhile, we had a bit of a
cool-down on sunday, but for our monday we are looking at temperatures rebounding back once again. we do have mostly sunny skies around portions of the east bay as well as over portions of the bay area. but cloudy conditions over areas along the coast. i think for today we are going to remain cloudy along the coastline. there it goes. my graphics were frozen. i was waiting for that to move over. ridge of high pressure in place for today. upper low winds coming in from the north. but right here at the surface we still have just a bit of an onshore breeze at times. more of a variable wind. mostly sunny skies. we are going to be warm inland, hot for some. low 90s expected for some of our hotter spots today and i will have a look at the afternoon highs in just a moment. let's take a look at the wind where again you can see the arrow here continues from the west and west-southwest. so we do get a little bit of that cool pacific air moving through. but the winds are going to be light for today. so our inland communities again not going to feel it so much although not going to be too bad. 52 degrees at half moon bay right now.
54 san francisco. upper 50s walnut creek. 56 in napa. san jose struggling still in the upper 40s. 49 degrees for you there. and into the south bay we have 55 degrees in san jose with light winds. going out to watch the ball game at the coliseum, it's going to be a nice day. upper 70s expected in the forecast for the second part of the afternoon. but you can see your numbers there. 74 degrees at noontime. upper 70s at 3:00. and then by about 6:00 or so when the warriors begin to play we are looking at 73 degrees. sun sets at 8:25. so a beautiful day for those that plan on heading out to do some tailgating. afternoon highs for today in areas right around sonoma 84 expected for you. we will go to 86 in napa. our east bay locations 77 san leandro, 82 castro valley, and 92 expected for livermore. upper 80s for gilroy. but notice the coast. 69 degrees santa cruz with partly sunny, partly cloudy skies. 66 for pacifica with partly
sunny, partly cloudy skies. san francisco a nice day. 72. 82 for redwood city. the extended forecast here. temperatures as we get back to work on tuesday will be just slightly warmer and then slightly cooler for wednesday, thursday. many of us may not really notice so much. just depends only the cloud cover, the onshore breeze, how strong it is at times. but then on friday we all feel the heat. we are looking at nice weather for the beaches. 70s in the forecast. upper 80s around the bay. that could be a bit hot. then inland where at least most folks have ac we are going to get 100 degrees. the bay area weekend looks pretty good. not as hot, but still warm. >> friday is one of those days, for whose of us who don't have air-conditioning, we wish we had it? >> right. the nicer little time to get through. >> exactly. thank you, rosemary. time is 7:49. the giants are in atlanta this memorial day after winning two of three games from the colorado rockies. yesterday in the series finale the giants beat the rockies 8-
3. the giants hit eight doubles. hunter pence had three of them. that's a career high for him. he had three rbis as well. den around span added a home run. johnny cueto picked up the win. the oakland a's won their weekend series against the tigers. butler came to pinch hit with the bases loaded in the sixth. he scandaled in the go-ahead run. the a's came back from down 2-0 to beat the tigers 4-2. now, the a's now host the minnesota twins for a three-game series. it begins with some afternoon baseball today. time is 7:50. concerns and rescues overnight in texas as the state recovers from a weekend of strong storms. at eight where tropical depression bonnie could strike next. ♪
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welcome back to welcome back to "mornings on 2". the american flag blowing in the wind here. this is a picture from the military cemetery in benicia. look at all the people gathered here. they are holding a flag-raising ceremony at the garrison. this is the oldest military cemetery in the western states. there are 211 graves, including a few german and italian prisoners of war from world war ii who were held at benicia. again a live ceremony happening right now in benicia. a crowd is gathered. we wanted to take you there
live. time is 7:54. rescue crews in japan, they are searching right now for a missing 7-year-old boy. he is missing in a forest after his parents, who were punishing him, abandoned him there. now, at first the parents told police the boy disappeared while the family was collecting wild vegetables in that area. but later the parents admitted they made it all up. they made the boy get out of the car and left him there in the forest alone to punish him for throwing rocks at passing cars and people. when they came back after a little while to pick him up the child was no longer there. a sad ending to that search for a missing father and his one-year-old daughter. just one day after the body of 23-year-old kyler jackson was found in sacramento county the body of his daughter was found in the same waterway. they were both reported missing one week ago after visiting family in antioch. family members say they were heading home to the sacramento area but never made it there.
caylee's body was found yesterday a half mile from where her father's body was found on saturday. divers found jackson's car in the water. >> weather the driver had fallen asleep or what not, we just don't know that yet. >> i hope no one else goes through this. i hope no one else experiences the ache that my heart has right now. >> investigators say foul play does not appear to have been involved in their deaths. 7:55. a sad sight in southern california this memorial day. vandals desecrated a mural dedicated to vietnam veterans. look at this. this is in venice. look at the damage. this mural has the names of more than 2200 soldiers that were prisoners of war or missing in action in vietnam. you can see the graffiti tagged across the bottom of that mural. officials say the wall has been tagged before, but this latest act, it stretches almost the entire length of the memorial. volunteers have been working now trying to restore the memorial back to the way it
was. a very unique program is helping to support retired military and police dogs. veterinary bills can be very expensive for the owners of retired service dogs because many of them have health problems. the k-9 courage problems gives service dog owners $300. it can be used for veterinary bills, vaccines, or even dog food. one man says he met his dog lady while serving in afghanistan. lady worked as an explosives detection dog four years before she retired. >> our paths crossed there in afghanistan, and right place, right time. i was able to adopt her, bring her home. on veteran's day 2013 she came hope. she has been home ever since in. >> program supports up to 550 dogs. according to the website the program is full now. there is a waiting list for people who are interested. a rocky driver from
northern california won the greatest spectacle in racing. >> california's alexander rossi to the checkered flag. he has done it. >> yes, he did. 24-year-old alexander rossi ran out of gas but still won the 100th running of the indianapolis 500. he ran out of gas. they towed his car to the victory circle so he could take part in that celebration. >> had do it. time is 7:57. warriors fans gearing up for a big game seven. another must win in the western conference finals. what tonight's game means to the warriors. why sports fans better have that remote handy today. ♪ hey!
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this is ktvu "mornings on 2". >> ♪[ music playing ]. >> starting your memorial day with this live picture at arlington national cemetery. president obama participating in a wreath-laying ceremony there at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington. some 5,000 people have gathered. let's watch and listen for a moment. moment.
standing in silence for a moment as so many people are this memorial day. >> this is significant not only because of the honors for the military veterans. this is also the very last time president obama will do this particular ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier at arlington national cemetery. normally, he turns around and walks up the steps and leaves. but again this is a solemn ceremony. arlington national cemetery. happening live right here on "mornings on 2". >> ♪[ music playing ] ♪
>> again president obama has laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. very, very powerful ceremony that happens every year. his final time doing it. and we wanted to bring it to you live on "mornings on 2". thank you for joining us. >> for so many the sound of that bugle, the lone bugle playing taps for so many brings it all home. it's such an emotional private moment, one shared across the country this morning. >> indeed, it is. it is monday. it is may 30th. memorial day. i am dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian. we are checking traffic for you. things are very quiet through the bay area. a lot of people have the day off of work and school. weather, everyone is interested in what the day might bring. if you are going to be out and about, we have some good
weather depending maybe you will be visiting a ceremony or maybe getting outdoors for some enjoyable day. we have got mostly sunny skies away from the coastline today. temperatures are going to be heating up. notably warmer, especially for the inland communities. temperatures were warm on saturday. they dipped a bit on sunday and they will be back up as we get into the afternoon today. right now you're looking at a hazy aquatic park over the east bay where we are watching these clouds slowly begin to thin out. oakland a little bit earlier covered in cloud cover. now the pictures i see of oakland mostly sunny skies over the downtown area. 59 right now in oakland. 54 in san francisco. santa rosa a 55 for you. upper 50s livermore. san jose 57. here is a look from up above where the cloud cover is. along the coastline it will be with us the entire day. partly sunny to partly cloudy skies for the coast. inside the bay this going to peel away. we will be left with mostly sunny skies the second part of
the morning and the early afternoon beginning to see a few pockets of clearing. you can see here just off the coast there near san rafael and then into portions right closer to maybe the santa clara area. maybe start out with partly cloudy skies, turning mostly clear. into the north bay a little bit over areas like napa, vallejo, sonoma. away from the coastline for today we will have mostly sunny skies. temperatures will be warming over yesterday. here is a comparison. santa rosa going to 85 for today. that's 9 degrees warmer than that we had on sunday. oakland going to do the same. 78 in the forecast for today. yesterday we hit 70. so this is a notable change. san jose maybe not so much. you will be slightly warmer. but livermore you will be one of the warmer spots hitting 92 this afternoon. we are going to hold on to the heat for the first few days and then we are going to see temperatures go hotter by friday. i will have a better look at the highs expected for today. i will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. this memorial day is being marked around the bay area certainly. one of the first ceremonies of the day was a flag raising at
the benicia garrison and military cemetery. this is the oldest military cemetery on the west coast. there are 211 graves here, including a few german and italian prisoners of war from world war ii who were held at benicia. a little later today travis air force base will send one of its aircraft over the cemetery for today's ceremonies. 8:07. the bay area's biggest memorial day ceremony will be at the san francisco presidio at 11:00 a.m. there will be tributes to korean war veterans and ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of the vietnam war and the 150th anniversary of the buffalo soldiers. starting at 10:30 the 191st army band leads the march of veterans. the formal ceremony again starts at 11:00. there are many more bay area memorial day ceremonies all around the bay area. you can find a list of those events at ktvu.com. look under the web links section. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is making two campaign appearances in oakland today.
first in the afternoon. actor danny glover will emcee the event. at 7:00 sanders is set to speak at franco gallo plaza. the event is free to the public. police investigating several violent incidents. two overnight stabbings. one shooting. all within 20 minutes of each other. we have very few details right now. we know the shooting happened on gridley street. that's about all we know. one stabbing occurred on heller place. the other was on north 13th and jillian street. as we get more information, we will bring it to you. 6:08. people gathered over the weekend to support each other as friends and family search for a missing vallejo teenager. >> it's a tough story. investigators believe 15-year- old pearl pinson was kidnapped at gunpoint last week. she has not been seen since. pam cook, have you more information? >> yeah, the particularly scary part of the story is witnesses describe the girl being dragged
off screaming and bleeding in vallejo. investigators believe that girl is pearl pinson. she disappeared on wednesday on her way to a bus stop. a group of people gathered yesterday at the pedestrian bridge where she was last seen alive. people have been leaving flowers, notes, and balloons. the man believed to be her kidnapper was shot and killed by sheriff's deputies last week in santa barbara county, but his car was seen as far north as marin county shortly after the kidnapping. pearl's sister has expressed frustration over the killing of the prime suspect. >> he was obviously the one that took her. i mean, he had all our answers to all our questions. it's upsetting that he is gone. it's more upsetting that we have no answers no more. >> the solano county sheriff's department has called off the extensive search in some of the remote areas of sonoma county, but they are still hoping for some new tips from people who may have seen the suspect 19-
year-old fernando castro in the hours after the kidnapping. now, investigators say pearl pinson and fernando castro were acquaintances. they haven't said anything further than that. they did say that he had been seen roaming around her vallejo neighborhood. and they are asking anyone with information that could help solve this mystery to please contact police. reporting in the newsroom, pam cook. back to you. >> thank you. time is now 8:10. a judge ordered that thousands of emails related to a scandal at san francisco state university be released. the emails were sent in 2014 between school officials about closing the science building at sf state. the emails could show why the building was shut down and why a school employee, aaron nevat was fired. his lawyer says he was fired in retaliation for revealing the discovery of unsafe levels of mercury, lead, and asbestos in the basement of that science building back in 2013.
lawyers for the university claim he was fired for a poor job performance. the university has 40 days now to hand over those emails. tonight the warriors will attempt to finish off a comeback few nba teams have accomplished. coming back from town 3-1 to win a best of seven playoff series. game seven against the oklahoma city thunder is tonight at oracle arena. they are tied up three games apiece after the warriors staved off elimination saturday with a fourth quarter comeback to take game six 108-101. the warriors were led by klay thompson's 41 points, which included an nba post-season record 11 three-pointers. brian flores is at oracle arena. we will bring him in live at 8:30. the san jose sharks open the stanley cup finals tonight in pittsburg against the penguins. the sharks going after their first nhl championship. the sharks won the western conference by beating the st. louis blues in six games. the penguins beat the tampa bay
lightning in seven games to win the eastern conference. the penguins shooting for their first stanley cup since 2009. now, this afternoon sharks fans are invited to watch game one at sap center. the doors open at 4:00. the game starts at five. tickets to get in five bucks. and all the money goes to the sharks foundation. 8:12. there is a special memorial day tribute at the livermore airport. coming up at 8:30, one world war ii veteran shares his story with our janine de la vega. but first part of a major highway in south carolina back open this morning after a weekend of deadly flooding. the widespread damage left behind by tropical depression bonnie. outside our doors this morning the sun is shining for most of us. temperatures are beginning to climb. the warming trend that will follow into the extended forecast coming up. up.
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being attacked by a shark. we have cell phone video that shows the aftermath of the ail tack on neptune beach. the boy was swimming in three feet of water in the six foot shark bit into his leg. one witness says the boy was hysterical and his step-dad was hugging him, trying to calm him down. the boy is being treated for an eight inch bite to his leg. he is expected to be okay. here in california an orange county beach is closed after a possible shark attack there. a woman was swimming 150 yards offshore at corona delmar state beach when she says something bit her on her upper part of other body and arm. >> raised her hand up out of the water and called for help. our lifeguard vessel, which was really close, went over, rescued her. >> it was frightening. it was scaring me. what's gonna happen? >> the woman was conscious when she was pulled out of the
water. she has serious injuries. no shark was spotted in the area. but her wounds are consistent with a shark attack. more rain expected today in and around south carolina. tropical depression bonnie left neighborhoods underwater. we found out interstate 95 is back open in that area again. the system has been downgraded to a depression. it is now moving up the east coast. bonnie dumped mother than six inches of rain in the southern part of -- more than six inches of rain in the southern part of south carolina. in texas nine people had to be rescued from rain that fell overnight near san antonio. devastating floods over the weekend killed at least six people. >> there were so many people caught outside. some in their cars. some in trees. some on top of their roofs. >> unbelievable. evacuation orders have been issued in at least three texas cities. 45 miles west of houston there. officials are worried the brazos river will overflow in
coming days. today you have a chance to relive the world's most spectacular surfing competition. titans of mavericks is a 90 minute prime time special that chronicles the big wave surfing contest at pillar sport. the athletes risk everything for a chance to be crowned the 2016 champion. it airs on fs1 at five this evening. let's check on the weather. >> warm in some areas. cool in some areas. we get a little bit closer to summer. a live look here at the east bay hills where it is mostly sunny and temperatures will be well into the 80s. even a few low 90s expected for the afternoon today. so warming it up here. but along the coast i suspect we will be partly cloudy to partly sunny today and temperatures will be cool too mild. let's check in on clearlake.
take a look at this gorgeous view coming from chloe this morning. happy memorial day. feel the heat already. she says currently 62 degrees. this was a little while ago. clear, calm, and she expects about 95 degrees this afternoon in her neighborhood. so for today we are going to see temperatures warm up. warmer than yesterday by several degrees in some areas. along the coastline we are looking at mid-to-upper 60s with a partly cloudy sky. perhaps even partly sunny. as we get into the bay area though our bayside communities upper 70s to low 80s expected. for the inland communities upper 80s to low 90s. for the first few days of the week temperatures will see subtle changes. then temperatures are going to soar. how about right now? 55 degrees santa rosa. mid 50s in novato. upper 50s in napa around the bay area 61 for you. oakland, san francisco. for east bay shore lin into the
afternoon today forecast hayward, oakland, berkeley, san leandro, al immediate a all the phoenix in between can sort of count this day planner for you here noon hour low 70s. upper 70s for the second part of the afternoon. 6:00 it's 73 degrees when the warriors begin to play. it will be nice if you are going to the colliseum to watch the a's play a beautiful day. 84 novato for the afternoon. sausalito 73 expected there. mid 70s for alameda. 78 for oakland today. 92 danville. one of the warmer locations for antioch 94. 85 san jose. 83 santa clara. our peninsula looks like this. upper 70s san mateo. mid 70s san bruno. 80 degrees expected for mountain view. beautiful day in the city of san francisco. 72 for downtown. meanwhile, along the coast widespread 60s with the clouds in place. your extended forecast here. as we get back to work on tuesday temperatures a slight bump in the numbers and then a slight dip on wednesday.
holding steady on thursday. check out friday. temperatures in the 70s at the coast. upper 80s around the bay. that's a warm day. and baking inland. we are talking 100-degree weather expected. still a few days out. we will be tracking it between now and then. looks really hot on friday and then temperatures will begin to drift, come down a bit for the bay area weekend. >> interesting. you mentioned a lot of people in brentwood, antioch, livermore had a/c. i was nine years old before we got central air in our house in livermore. i remember sitting by the window unit. >> absolutely. >> i grew up in the central valley. i know all about that. >> thank you. out of state students could be facing tuition hike. the proposal on the table before state lawmakers and why some say the move could backfire. outrage on social media. a zoo gorilla shot and killed when a little boy falls into
8:24. a live looming at arlington national cemetery. we brought you live the president laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier. something he and many, many patients have done every year on this day as the nation pauses to honor the men and women who gave their lives for our freedom. the president begins to make his remarks, we will bring them
to you later through "mornings on 2". here at home and a little bit later on this morning the mountain view cemetery is holding celebrations. a vice admiral from the coast guard and an army colonel will speak about sacrifices made by the u.s. military and their families. the ceremony starts at 10:00 this morning. that is followed by a guided tour of the civil war burial grounds. a terrifying story. desperate moments at the cincinnati zoo over the weekend when a four-year-old boy fell into the gorilla exhibit. >> mommy's right here. oh! >> you hear the screams and shouts of onlookers. we heard a woman say mommy's right here, talking to her little boy. for ten minutes the 400-pound gorilla dragged the little boy around as zoo visitors looked on in horror. then zoo officials made what they are calling a heartbreaking decision to shot and kill the gorilla.
the zoo's director says the gorilla was becoming agitated and could have easily killed the little boy. >> the team did a good job and they made a tough choice and they made the right choice because they saved that little boy's life. it could have been very bad. >> the zoo says it had to kill the gorilla because a tranquilizer dart would have taken to long to knock the gorilla out. the boy was injured but released from the hospital. there has been a strong reaction to the story on social media especially by people upset the gorilla was killed. someone created a facebook page. you see it here. it's called justice for harambe. that's the gorilla's name. someone else created an only petition asking people to sign it say the parents should be responsible for harambe's death. time is 8:26. on the east coast many in new york and new jersey spending this memorial day celebrating fleet week. the 28th annual event honors the navy, coast guard and
marines while giving us an up close look at military planes and other gadgets. there is a chance to interact with deep sea divers and watch navy parachute teams make spectacular jumps from 5,000 feet in the air. >> fleet week gives us an opportunity to talk to the citizens of new york, tell them a little bit about our job, what we do, as well as the rest of the navy. it just gives us that opportunity to shed some light in our jobs. >> the annual celebration officially started back in 1982. san francisco's fleet week is set for october 3rd through the 10th. 8:27. it's a name time to be a bay area sports fan. up next the all or nothing game seven for the warriors and how sharks fans can root for the team while they are on the road. a day of respect and remembrance for those who died while seven -- serving our country. a unique event that features world war ii planes. we will take you inside one
good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2" at 8:30. it is memorial day. live pictures. the flag-raising ceremony at the benicia garrison and military ceremony. the oldest military cemetery on the west coast. >> a little later today travis air force base is going to send an aircraft over the cemetery for today's ceremonies. you see a number of people there. i couldn't help but notice not a cloud in that bright blue sky as the red, white, and blue is
flying today. welcome back to "mornings on 2" this memorial day. it is monday, may 30th. sal is off today, but we are watching traffic. traffic very light all over the bay area. we are checking your weather. rosemary's here in for steve for memorial day. >> yeah, you know, nice weather. nice weather for all the ceremonies going on out there. it is a holiday for most folks. hopefully, you get a chance to get out and enjoy some of this weather. it is going to turn warm as get into the afternoon for our under armour communities and along the coast for some areas a little cool. i will explain that in just a moment. let's take a look at the east bay hills where we have mostly sunny skies at this point. air quality today good to moderate. we have again the pollen for the trees as well as the grass. so allergy sufferers a bit hectic. especially yesterday when the wind picked up. we are looking at cloudy skies on the coast. this isn't going to change so much. partly cloudy to partly sunny for the entire day. if you are thinking about heading to the coast bring a hoodie. we will income the 60s. we are going to remain with
limited sunshine. around the bay we started out cloudy, but the clouds are now beginning to pull back and our inland cities waking up with partly cloudy, mostly sunny skies. still some here along the peninsula, but improving there. over the bay we have some right over the bay bridge. we have a little bit right on the eastern edge of the richmond san rafael bridge. in the north bay a little bit here. beginning to thin out though. it will continue to thin out in the second part of the morning and into the afternoon. mostly sunny skies away from the coastline today. a variable wind in place. the on sure breeze at fairfield at 12 miles an hour is a light one. it is enough to help pull temperatures back just a little bit in fairfield. at this time yesterday we were in the upper 60s. right now 62. 61 in concord. 61 oakland. upper 50s for napa, santa rosa. in the south bay 57 for san jose. and half moon bay checking in at 52. partly to mostly cloudy for the coast. mostly sunny elsewhere. a notable warm-up coming our way. at the coast i think mid-to-
upper 60s expected. you see the cloud cover there holding to the coastline. upper 70s to low 80s expected around the bay. some of our warmer locations will get into the low 90s for today. when i come back i will have a look at the afternoon highs for your neighborhood. we will talk with how long this trend is going to last and when temperatures are expected to go warmer. more on that in a bit. back to you. that is an exciting night for bay area sports fans. two teams deep in the playoffs. the sharks are in pittsburgh tonight. >> ktvu foxx's brian flores at oracle arena. you are outside after being inside. the warriors are going to do their best to stay in the post- season, brian? >> reporter: boy, it's been an exciting story line to say the least. not only for the warriors, but the sharks as well. as you mentioned, we are live outside oracle arena this morning. inside later on tonight 19,000 plus screaming fans are going to be cheering for the warriors
tonight. also through houses in the bay area they are going to be cheering for the sharks as well. they begin off the road. by the way, tickets for tonight's game begins roughly at $368. the most expensive 29 grand for courtside seats. unbelievable. tonight's game is going to be historic. this is the first time, by the way, in 40 years that warriors will host a game seven here at oracle arena. the dubs of course coming off that thrilling game six victory on saturday night against the oklahoma city thunder where klay thompson made it rain, didn't he? 43 points, including an nba record 11 three-pointers. again we couldn't ask for a better story line. down 3-1 in the series. nailbiter in game five, which we won. game six they con. steph curry 31 points and ten rebounds. with the warriors and sharks in historic games today, we talked with some fans who say they will be working the tv tonight. >> i don't know what i am going
to do tonight. no idea. i am working. i get off at six. so i'll miss the first hour of the sharks game. thank god for tivo, right? and then i get home, i'll be double fisting with the remote. picture in picture. something. tivo. i don't know what. >> reporter: you got to do something. the sharks open the road against the pittsburgh penguins today. they won in exciting fashion winning the western conference in six games against the st. louis blues. the penguins won against the tampa bay lightning. the penguins looking for their first stanley cup since '09. sharks looking for the first after this their 25 year history. the sharks fans are invited to a watch part at sap center. the doors open there at 4 p.m. the puck drops at 5. tickets for that watch party are $5 and the money goes towards the sharks foundation. in front of oracle arena, fans being encouraged to arrive
early. there is an a's game right next door at the coliseum at 1:05. game starts at 6:00 tonight at oracle arena. talking about the warriors- thunder. this person that we spoke with, he also works for bart. he says that bart will go back on a regular schedule after 3 p.m. today. that closure between bayfair and san leandro station, that's going to be open back to regular schedule again. so take bart. public transportation definitely if you are coming to oracle arena later on tonight. boy, exciting time to be a sports fan in the bay area, dave. >> way to go. brian flores at oracle arena. thanks, brian. 8:36. new this morning firefighters in south san francisco hosting a pancake breakfast in honor of memorial day. we will share new video now taken from the breakfast this morning. one piping hotcake for you, dave clark. >> yes. >> being held at fire station 61 on north canal street with the american flag greeting everyone at the entrance. breakfast will be followed by a procession to the city's eternal flame sculpture at orange memorial park at 9:30. this event is also a
fundraiser. >> so many of our veterans come back and need additional services that they may or may not be provided. our local vfw assists our local veterans that are in need. >> no doubt an effort everyone can support. ceremony at the city's eternal flame sculpture set to start at 10:00 this morning. there is also a special memorial for this memorial day at the livermore airport. >> this is big, too. the wings of freedom tour features several world war ii planes fully restored. ktvu's janine de la vega, you're out there right now. show us some of those planes. you're inside one of them, right? >> reporter: yes. it is really cool to be inside one of these planes made for world war ii. i'm inside a b-17. you can see they actually have, you know, the guns here, you know. there is one on my side. one where my photographer is. and i want to find out what is so special about this one. this is really living history
and people can come to livermore all day today and see this. >> come and tour the b-17 flying fortress. b-24 liberator and a b-25 mitchell you used in the doolittle raid. there is a p-51. >> reporter: ten people would fly this? >> a crew of ten on this one. >> reporter: what makes this one so special? >> well, this is one of the big bombers that the americans used to win world war ii. this and the b-24. there was 12800 of these built. there was 18500 b-24s built. this is what we used inside europe and the pacific to win the war. >> reporter: and what sort of reaction do you get from people who see these planes? >> you get all kinds of different reactions. the kids of course love the guns. you get people that are
relatives. we do get a few world war ii vets. you also get relatives, descendants that have heard stories and this and that and get a chance to see the airplane that their relative either built as a rosy or flew or maintained in world war ii. >> reporter: i am sure it gets really emotional out here. now we are outside. i don't know if we can come back out to a live picture. but, you know, we're outside. mine, these are, you know, really giants and history, living history as you said. >> yeah. that's what the foundation is about. it's a living history museum. we bring the museum to you rather than just being in a museum someplace getting dusty. they are flown around the country ten months out of the year to about 115 cities so that people have a chance so see them. see them fly and/or take a flight on them. >> reporter: thank you so much for speaking to us. kevin ryan is a volunteer with
the callings foundation. i know a lot of people are doing barbecues today. but if you have a chance to stop by and in a way pay tribute to some of the veterans here, this is sort of a great opportunity for a family to come. it's great for the kids and, as he mentioned, you know, if you are willing to pay a little bit more, you can actually fly in some of these, which is pretty incredible. >> that is spectacular. and it's real history, too. janine de la vega. thank you. time is now 8:40. meantime, there will be a special memorial day vigil this evening in lafayette at the crosses of lafayette right there. the la miranda and mount diablo peace and justice centers inviting you and the public to gather at 7:00 at the crosses across from lafayette station on deer hill road. organizers say they want to give people an outlet to express sadness over the continuing wars in the middle east. they say they are working to create a world where war is unacceptable. new this morning long lines
at kentucky airport international terminal are starting to get shorter. a power outage stranded hundreds of passengers yesterday. the power problem has been fixed. it happened because airline workers had to handwrite boarding passes and baggage aim tickets. once again airport officials say the power is back on and things are starting to get back to normal. time is 8:41. a woman was killed last night in santa clara. it was a crash with a pickup truck. her car collided with that pickup truck about 5:45 at lick mill boulevard and tasman drive. she was the only person in the car. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the truck driver and passenger had minor injuries. the truck was on a stretch of the vta light rail track service. service on the 902 mountain view win chester line was shut down. a bus bridge was set up.
memorial day ceremonies at the san francisco presidio will mark a special mention of some soldiers given the title of honor by the people they were fighting against more than a century ago. and this memorial day great america offering free admission to current and past members of the u.s. military. they can bring up to six guests for $22. all you need is a valid military i.d. temperatures are heating up for your memorial day holiday. i will have a look at what's going on outside our doors this morning. there is a gorgeous view there. and what you can except for the afternoon coming up. oon coming up.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". 8:45. state lawmakers considering a plan that may make the university of california the nailings' most expensive public -- nation's most expensive public college for non residents. it calls for increasing the non residents tuition from $37,000 to $54,000 over six years. also, it would cap out of state enrollment at 10%. supporters say this would help pay for an undergraduate expansion. however, university leaders and some students are saying this plan could cause talented students from other states and other countries to go elsewhere. several new valet drop-off
boxes in alameda county alet of the primary. the boxes are outside city hall buildings in 14 cities in alameda county including oakland, alameda, fremont, and hayward. voters who asked for a mail-in ballot can use the boxes until the polls close on june 7. the ballots can be dropped off at the boxes 24 hours a day and you don't need postage. well, when you talk about the soldiers at the san francisco national cemetery, you can't forget about the 400 buffalo soldiers buried there. as ktvu fox 2's claudine wong will show us, this year marks the 150th anniversary of the formation of the buffalo soldiers. >> reporter: you have been studying buffalo soldiers literally your entire life? >> pretty much. >> reporter: 50 years. >> 50 years. >> reporter: tell us about them. >> they were african-americans
who enlisted in the united states regular army after the civil war. i must tell you black soldiers have fought for this country starting back in the revolution and even during colonial times, you know. they fought in the colonies. in 1866, they became a part of the regular establishment. one in five soldiers in the regular army, after 1866, was black. 85% of the battles fought against native americans did not include john wayne riding to the rescue. it included african-american soldiers. they got the name buffalo soldier not because of the woolly hair and the buffalo robe they war and the mat of the buffalo. they got it because of the native americans they fought. they were likened to the klan of the buffalo warrior. and my grandfather's -- they were the fiercest warriors in the klan. my grandfather's generation accepted this. >> reporter: anthony powell is
a historian inspired by his grandfather to study the history of the buffalo soldiers. his grandfather was an army man who signed up in 1887. >> my grandfather, his name was samuel nathaniel waller. when i was 13, 14 thinking i knew everything in the world, i asked my grandfather one day why he joined this racist country's army. and the thing that he told me was something i would never forget. he said the army gave me the only part of the american dream that america the nation would let me share in. many black soldiers of his period and even today, they used the military as a vehicle for a way up and a way out. the tombstone here is of william h. thompkins. the congressional of honor recipient. he was with the 10th calvary. he served with the 9th calvary 23rd and 24th infantry like may
grandfather. the tombstone here another black soldier john a. logan. he was sergeant major of the 9th cal rather i calvary. >> reporter: do you think that americans know the story? >> the 400 soldiers buried here, some were civil war veterans. and if you go to the tombstone, you will see james reeves usct. united states color troops. one of the things that happened as the west disappeared, we abandoned military fortresses. each time we do is that, we take the people out of the grave and bring them to the nearest cemetery. and so you have 400 soldiers here pretty much because of that. >> reporter: but 150 years after the formation of the buffalo soldiers, he says their story, just like his grandfather's, is one that needs to be told. >> my grandfather was passing on a legacy of pride that i had
nothing to be ashamed of. and so when you look at the tombstones or you watch a movie of these soldiers, it reflects that pride of who they were. not just as americans, but as men. and so it's a story that i think the nation needs to honor. >> buffalo soldiers were fascinating. that was claudine wong reporting. there are many more bay area memorial ceremonies today. you can find a list at ktvu.com. look under the web links section. time is 8:50. let's check the weather right now. steve is off, but rosemary is right there. rosemary. >> yes, dave. we do have some good weather coming our way. it's going to be warm inland. nice around the bay. cool on the coast. so we definitely will feel our bay area microclimate pattern in place for today. giving you a live look over the oakland estuary. partly cloudy skies. we started out mostly cloudy, but you can see they are beginning to erode.
mostly sunny away from the coastline today. at the coast going to linger. going to be grey for most of us along the coastline today. another look here into the east bay over aquatic park where again beginning to thin out some and we are beginning to see more blue sky. 55 degrees right now in santa rosa. 57 san francisco. low 60s in oakland. livermore 59 as well as san jose. 57 there. a warmer day the canned there. a warm one on saturday. temperatures came down sunday. now they are going to be back up. mid-to-upper 60s on the coast with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. around the bay upper 70s a few low 80s. inland communities upper 80s, a few low 90s. and this is sort of where we are going to stay for the next few days before temperatures actually become a bit warmer for friday. here is a look at your forecast for the afternoon today. if you are going to see the a's play hosting the twins, game time at 1:05 it's 77 degrees. that's a gorgeous day. when you are sitting in the stands it can feel warmer from that, anywhere from 5 to 10
degrees warmer than that depending on the breeze and sun shining on you. if you are going to do some tailgating, maybe going out for the warriors game. in any event, it will be nice out there with upper 70s for the afternoon. 84 novato today. 73 in sausalito. 68 for stinson beach. 75 alameda. 94 antioch. you are one of the warmer spots. 85 san jose. upper 80s expected for gilroy. 69 with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies in santa cruz. 67 with partly to mostly cloudy skies at half moon bay. but along the peninsula nice and warm. palo alto 80 degrees for today. 83 menlo park. a beautiful day in san francisco. 72 is expected there. your extended forecast here showing you, as we get back to work on tuesday, temperatures will climb just slightly and then take a dip wednesday, thursday. minor when it comes to the temperature changes. until we get to the last business day of the week, then it becomes a bit painful for
some of us inland. looking at temperatures reaching perhaps 100 degrees. upper 80s for the bayside communities and 70s at the windows. so maybe a good day to planning on going to the beach if you can. the extended forecast with your bay area weekend shows you temperatures will be coming down in time for your bay area weekend. still warm a. not as hot as friday. dave. >> all right. rosemary, thank you. time is 8:53. they are the retired dogs that help members of the military and the police. up next there is a special program that helps take care of them and how you can help. i just picked us up 2 breakfast croissants for $4, when this bear attacked. with one swipe, it devoured one of the croissants. then jack showed up, and took care of the beast, so i could escape. and that's what happened to your breakfast croissant. and yours? it survived. enjoy freshly cracked egg with ham and bacon. or sausage. two tasty croissants at an even tastier $4 price.
welcome back. a child is in critical condition in paris. a bolt of lightning him during a birthday party. this happened on saturday. eight other kids and three adults were also hit by the lightning. they were hiding under a tree when a sudden storm occurred. paramedics rushed over there. turned a nearby bank into a
makeshift hospital. the children all about nine years old, like that one right there. we don't know how many are still in the hospital today, but at least four were seriously hurt. on that same day a man walking was struck and killedly lightning in poland. and in germany lightning also hit a children's soccer match. the referee was sent into cardiac arrest. he was revived. time is 8:56. a very unique program is helping support retired military and police dogs. veterinary bills for them can be very expensive. the owners of retired service dogs have a lot to deal with because many of the dogs have health problems. the k-9 courage program gives service dog owners $300. it can be used for veterinary bills, vaccines, even dog food. one man says he met his dog, a dog named lady, while he was serving in afghanistan. lady worked as an explosives detection dog for four years before she retired.
>> so our pathed crossed there in afghanistan, and right place, right time. i was able to adopt her, bring her home. on veteran's day, 2013, she came home and she has been home ever since. >> this program can support up to 550 retired police and military dogs. according to their website, the program is full right now, but there is a waiting list for people who are very interested. good morning everybody. hope you are enjoying the long weekend. i know i have had a doozy. i will tell you more about that. yes, we have the sharks. yes, we have the warriors. yes, we have family, friends, barbecue, grilling, you name it. we have got an action-packed newscast for you. "mornings on 2: the 9" is next.
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how you can pay tribute around the bay area this memorial day. game one of the stanley cup finals for the sharks and game seven against okc with the warriors, it is a huge day in bay area sports. we will have more on the wager involving the sharks and klay thompson's lucky socks. and worried about these backyard barbecues doing damage to your waistline? healthy and delicious snacks for your holiday get togethers. ♪ if tomorrow things were gone i worked for all my life ♪. >> welcome to "the 9". on a day like today, memorial day, people do think about this song. god bless the u.s.a. by lee greenwood. live pictures of old glory. a day to