tv KTVU Mornings on 2 Weekend FOX May 13, 2017 7:00am-10:01am PDT
good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. thanks for joining us. i am claudine wong it has been a busy morning. we will have your weather coming up in just a moment. we start with breaking news. in emeryville near the open border. a building under construction caught fire overnight. you can see close to the freeway. this is only 3800 block of san pablo avenue. just all 580. near the bart station. those flames could be seen from the freeway. pretty spectacular. >> we were coming in on 24. you can see this big orange ball shortly before 5 am.
it was an awesome site. spectacular of the freeway. is certainly got our attention. no injuries to report. kristin and -- captain has been at the scene. he joins us with the details.>> reporter: crews are still working to put the fire out. we will show you the action going on in emeryville. they are still crews pouring water on the fire. a great deal of steam coming out which is a good sign. we have a report from firefighters who were on the side a couple moments ago. basalt the flames. this maybe five minutes ago. this whole fire really started around 5 am. for their still to be flames at this hour at 7 am that is quite a long time for the fire to burn. we have video to show you. you both talked about it. a massive orange fireball that deal the sky.
above the emeryville open area. fire crews rushing to the area. this fire 125 alarms. they had many crews here. we solved several ladder trucks trying to do with they called a surround and drown. since this was an unoccupied structure they were able to surround it. poor as much water on it is possible. they did not feel like they have to make entry. the good news we have heard no injuries reported as a result of the fire. what we're looking for a out of this is no injuries. the fire apparently did spread to at least one other building. unclear if it was under construction or if it was unoccupied. there were neighborhood evacuations. we did talk to neighbors who described what they saw when they look outside at 5 am. >> neighbors described the scene massive fireballs filling the
sky. they describe -- some neighbors said there was in fact a mandatory evacuation. when those neighbors came outside they saw embers floating. there were a lot of -- a great deal of embers. a great deal of wind. embers were flying all over the place. and they describe the giant orange fireball in the sky. >> it was really hot around here. evidently -- it was last year as well. >> last year they thought it was fireworks. i don't think so this time. >> neighbors shot video outside their homes. they were able to take video. you can see how spectacular this fire was. you have heard one neighbors say there had been a fire previously. there was some speculation the previous fire which happened in
july 2016 might have been caused by fireworks. that was speculation. we have video of that fire as well from 2016. that fire also burned in the exact same structure. those images are similar. that fire when 26 alarms. today's fire going to five alarms. we have a lot of questions to ask of firefighters in the area to find out if they have determined a cause. if they can figure out what caused the fire. so far the good news is that no injuries. at this point it seems as the firefighters have it contained. not entirely extinguished. it does appear to be contained to this building. it was an apartment under construction. more than 100 units under construction here in emeryville. the second time the same structure has burned. it is pretty unbelievable. it looks like they are getting
ahead of it. you are waiting for a press briefing. we will check in in a bit. as christian mission is the second time in less than a year that same building has burned. it was last year on july 6 when a fire broke out. that was 2:45 in the morning. embers landed in neighborhoods a couple miles away. this morning they were concerned about embers moving in -- in july 50 people had to be evacuated. nearby homes were damaged. they concluded that fire was likely caused by young people. perhaps fireworks on the fifth floor. nobody was ever caught. around 4 july and after getting new permits working with the banks. and insurance and investors. the rebuilding got underway. this building was supposed to be completed sometime at the end of this year. last month a developer talk to
the business times is that the building was back on track to be open for residents. by the fall. which was my mom's behind schedule. -- nine months behind schedule. >> was reading this interview -- holiday development. he was saying it was so hard those first 72 hours to get back on track and think about rebuilding. 105 units. 20,000 ft.2 commercial space as well. and now this>> i heard one of the witnesses that was evacuated said firefighters set you guys have to come out. they jokingly said yes we know the drill. >> very scary. wind was an issue. we talked to chp earlier. they were talking about having to shut down the freeway. and then slowing people down as the fire and smoke drifted across 580. if you smell the smoke and see any -- just be aware.
is a good idea to close your windows. giving you a view here across the bay and into san francisco. we are starting out with mostly clear skies. the breeze still out there. not as strong as yesterday. this cool breathing pattern is going to be around with us the entire weekend. another gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge. san francisco starting out 50 degrees. santa rosa 47. low 50s in oakland. 48 livermore in san jose. temperatures are cooler this morning for most. down by 8 degrees in napa. up by 5 degrees in santa rosa. we are cooler at this hour than yesterday morning. the wind calm in fairfield. nevada reporting 9. oakland reporting 7. chp has issued a bridge advisory. if you are going to be out this morning something to be aware of.
half moon bay we have 20 miles per hour. for the most part the winds -- have lightened up as we move through the overnight hours and this morning. we will be back. another breezy day for the afternoon. temperatures look 60 degrees pacifica. low 60s san francisco. middle to upper 60s around the bay. 70 degrees for some of our warmer locations like antioch and santa rosa. into the extended forecast temperatures will cool even more as we get into the business week. even a chance for showers returning to the bay area. a look at the back end of your weekend in your extended forecast coming up. we do have more breaking news. we are hearing there is an arrest in connection to the contra costa county car fire case. that fire protection district tells us they will have an official announcement in about an hour. there have been seven car fires this week. on monday a car went up in flames in martinez. on wednesday two cars was set
on fire. a honda civic in walnut creek. a chevy suburban in lafayette. the same firefighters who handled the walnut creek fire responded to lafayette. there were two car fires thursday morning and print what. they happened to minutes apart. they were a mile from each other. one fire left a burned out shell of a chevy pickup. ended with surveillance camera hit record a shadowy figure. you can see it -- walking in that area minutes before the fire started. two more vehicles caught fire after two two more vehicles caught fire after 2 pm -- 2 am yesterday. incident exploded in the walnut street area. 15 minutes later a car was torched in lafayette. the string of fires have put residents on edge >> it is pretty scary. because if not for the vigilance of the neighbor that called i was sound asleep. this would have probably spread to my house and god knows what would have happened.>> there
were more car fires before this week. catching the serial arsonist has been a top priority. investigators say they have been working nonstop. and are getting help from outside agencies. knew this morning firefighters in oakland rescuing a child trapped in a burning home. they've had a busy morning. it started 2 am. 74th avenue. in lockwoods street. firefighters arrived on the scene the family told them the child was trapped inside the home. the child was found in the back of the house and taken to the hospital. the child is in serious condition. they were able to put the fire out 20 minutes. the cause of that fire is still under investigation. a man died after being chased by police at a hotel. this happened at the three that 15 yesterday afternoon. at the budget in on redwood drive. police were called after getting a report of a man acting strangely. when they arrived the man was
incoherent. and appear to be in an altered state. police realized he had been all -- outstanding warrant and tried to arrest him that he resisted. the man was taze during the struggle with officers. he then became unresponsive and he died. the seminole a county dist. atty.'s office are investigating. coming up next a case of a tuberculosis on the uc berkeley campus. treatment options available to those who might have been infected. trump's running -- warning to james comey. the tweet that has prompted a new round of questions. you're going to be hanging out in here. so if you need anything, text me. do you play? ♪ ♪
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that will be called as we world through your saturday. your mother's day sunday. a look at the numbers expected for your neighborhood coming up. this morning president. trump is still defending his decision this week to fire james comey. tweets from the president yesterday morning -- they are drawing attention>> he posted as a very active president with lots of things happening it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with perfect accuracy. the best thing to do would be to cancel all future press briefings and handout written responses for the sake of accuracy. laura blanchard has more on this. >> reporter: former fbi director james comey has declined an invitation from the senate intelligence committee to testify before a panel next week. leaving many to wonder when or if he will ever share his side
of the story. >> trump setting off a firestorm in a series of tweets. not only threatening the former fbi agent not to leaked to the press but also suggesting he might end all daily briefings to the white house press corps. saying maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future press briefings and handout written responses for the sake of accuracy. the president than doubled down on his idea in an interview with fox>> we don't have press conferences. >> you don't mean that>> we just don't have them. unless i do them myself. we don't have them. i think it is a good idea. you have a level of hostility that is incredible.>> reporter: he was angry over press coverage of his firing up comey. since then reports have emerged the president demanded his now former fbi director pledge loyalty to him in a private conversation. something he denies happening>> no i did not.
i don't think it would be a bad question to ask. loyalty to the country and the us is important. it depends on how you define loyalty.>> reporter: comey turned down the chance to speak with members behind closed doors. deputy attorney general recommended his firing will brief all senators on the situation next week. according to the associated press the justice department will interview candidates for fbi director today. they include acting fbi director andrew mccabe. alice fisher. and senator. john cornyn. >> university of san francisco political science professor check to -- suggested the search for a new cheap to change the national conversation. >> the real interesting thing i think -- a few days ago i said watch in 48 hours he will flip
the script. he would do it again next wednesday. rudy giuliani's meeting for it -- with the president. that is who will replace comey. he will wipe this conversation out. watch next week. this is about this oppressive style rollout of who the next person will be. presidential apprentice. taylor suggests eventually the focus will return to the investigation into russia's meddling in the election. in any possible collusion with the trump team. u.s. customs and border protection says it has settled on the finalists to design the president border wall with mexico. it plans to notify them of the next several days. the finalists will be asked to build prototypes for display in san diego. securing money for the border wall remains a big challenge to the white house. the most recent stopgap budget passed by congress does not include any funding to build that wall. it was a little cool this
morning.>> it was really cool this morning. >> a little breezy. we've been talking about that fire. that was moving the smoke. the day is shaping up pretty well. >> a pretty started the day. when you get outside it might not feel that way. we had that brees out there. that's going to be with us into the afternoon. if you're going to see the giants play -- at&t park. it is going to be breezy out there as well. giving you a view from san francisco across the bay. the sun is up in shining. mostly clear skies. no patchy fog. maybe a few patches but not a big deal. 49 degrees at half moon bay. 51 san francisco. 52 oakland. in the east bay -- a bit of a chill in the air. fairfield 42. napa 47 degrees.
temperatures will begin to rebound with the sun shining. the wind not too bad at this point. we will pick up into the afternoon. half moon bay quite breezy with wind gusts 17 miles per hour. the rest of us 5-10 miles per hour. that added brees can really make the difference. make sure you test the waters if you're getting up for breakfast or brunch. a look at the trough over the west coast. you can see it right -- that's what is bringing us cool weather. that's what is bringing us the wind. that's what is bringing the possibility of showers to the sierra the second half of the weekend. mostly sunny today. cool out there. falling below freezing. in the overnight hours. for the afternoon middle to upper 40s. chance of showers arrive on sunday. it will be a rain and snow mixed. for people that are thinking about camping is a cool one out there. a view of the afternoon high at
home. 70 santa rosa. 67 san rafael. middle to upper 60s for the shoreline. 60 san francisco. upper 60s to near 70 for the east bay. upper 60s to 70 for the south bay. 69 -- 70 for santa cruz. a look at your extended forecast. not a lot of change. temperatures don't move a lot. today tomorrow and into monday. if you're going to be celebrating for mother's day a mix of sun and clouds. low 60s at the coast. middle 60s at the bay. and then just when you think it cannot get much cooler -- onto tuesday. a very cold system. even the possibility of scattered showers. maybe by mom a jacket or a sweater.>> half-million dollars in stolen makeup and cosmetics. two people are behind bars.
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immigrant family and a muslim. i was six-year-old when we came here. i am first generation american. a lot of immigrants parents want you to be a lawyer or engineer. my parents want me to be a lawyer. >> he has a degree in political science. he started to pursue acting after graduating. commencement start at 10 am at the memorial stadium on the campus. the giants figure out the rest. it took over time to do it. almost 2 games in one. 17th inning -- buster posey said home -- with this. >> buster's reaction is priceless. not jubilation. is this game over? 17 innings. he must've been exhausted. the second-longest game at at&t
park. the longest went 18 innings in 2001. 5+ hours of baseball. seven for 19. for four homers. they get a victory over the reds. back to work at one a.m. -- 1 pm today. the a's are on the wrong end. texas spoiled a pitching effort by oakland. this one went the normal nine innings. oakland jumping on the board in the fifth. andrew pitched. he drills it out of the park. bottom of the ninth tied at the 2. two outs. to on. jolie -- julie gallo. watch. >> it is a three run game- winner. texas be the a's in a
heartbreaker. i said i will wake up tomorrow and find out what happened. i got the orange tie on for the giants. been -- they need all the help they can get. a massive cyber attack hit thousands of companies in the last 24 hours. >> we are going to have more on the effects of the biggest attack of its kind we've ever seen. firefighters still on the scene of a massive fire on the emeryville oakland border. we work -- we will have the latest in a couple of minutes.
happening now in san francisco airport. runway work is going on. they have good news for travelers. unlike the last few weeks. it has sped up the paving project that has been closing a runway for the past couple of weekends causing flight delays. and even cancellations. they say the work will wrap up in two weeks. it is ahead of schedule at the beginning of june. if you're flying over the weekend that is welcome news. a busy morning.
that morning. will get your top stories in just a moment including that huge fire in oakland. red cross is arriving on the scene. we will have a report on the latest in just a minute. we want you get to rosemary for a look at how the weekend is shaping up. you can see sunshine.>> is a cool one out there. it is going to be with us through saturday and sunday. not a lot of change over the next few days. but we had yesterday we will likely have similar for today. a live look -- a lot of sunshine. wall-to-wall sunshine. we remain with a cool trough pattern keeping temperatures about average. even a little bit cool for this time of year. a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge. santa rosa 47. oakland 52. livermore 48. san jose starting out and 51.
around the bay anywhere from 3 to 4 degrees. napa 8 degrees cooler. santa rosa up by 5 degrees. a little bit of wind. the winds generally light. still a bit breezy. hayward reporting wind at 6 miles per hour. half moon bay -- winds are stronger along the coast. wind gusts to 70 miles per hour. forecast along the east bay shoreline for hayward -- berkeley alameda oakland -- very similar numbers. upper 50s expected in the morning. 63 for your lunch hour. low 60s for the rest of the day. sunny skies and little breezy. settling into 8 pm back into the upper 50s. around the region 50 degrees expected for pacifica. 62 for san francisco. upper 60s to low 70s for napa. 70 degrees expected in antioch. not a lot of change for mother's day. a look at your sunday forecast
as well as the extended forecast that includes the possibility of rain. we want to update you on breaking news via been following. emeryville a big fire on the oakland border. a building under construction caught fire under night. -- overnight. caught fire last year as well. they are still at the scene this morning. christian captain. is there as well. you have a lot of activity in and around the area.>> reporter: still a great deal of activity. the fire department told me a moment ago they do have the fire contained. not 100% control. we're hoping we can get a briefing from alameda county firefighters -- christian captain. from channel 2 >> what can you tell us about the fire so far? it is not completely controlled at this point>> the fire came in approximately 3 hours ago.
it is contained. we have the majority of the fire under control. we have some townhouses that are currently actively being fought. we have exposures on the interior side. those fires are being fought -- both by oakland fire resources and alameda county. >> is a very active fire effort to make sure this is extinguished >> exactly. the majority of the fire has been extinguished. we have some townhouses that are still being fought. we have interior teams that are working inside the exposure. and we have roof operations. >> if we could talk about the competition factors. this building was under construction. a lot of flammable materials and open space.>> exactly. when we got here the other complication was there was a
lot of wind. we had other buildings not too far from here that because of embers were also caught fire. we have to set up another group of engine companies and truck to go to that area and fight the fire in that area. that was one of the complications. via been to this building before july 5 of last year. under the same circumstances. this time it went to a five alarm fire. with request from different cities. via been working with alameda county. that's the same effort we had when we came here before. >> but that other fire have helped you? you are familiar with the situation in the resources. but that have helped you guys? >> i think that helping companies in the area -- they were able to get here quickly and request additional resources. immediately we went from a single alarm to a five alarm fire.
that the alarm was called by our first company on scene. when i arrived on scene the fire was pretty significant. the entire building was engulfed. we had reports of fires in other parts of the city. we have to address those. we set up ladders on each corner of the building. to surround and drown. significant amount of heat in the building. we're going to be here probably for 24 hours making sure we maintain fire watch. >> reporter: there appear to be damage to one building east of this. i'm not sure if it is part of the same project. with the contained to one building or was there some spreading of the fire to neighboring building? >> there was some spreading of the fire to condominiums. we have three that were impacted by the fire. those are the buildings currently we have companies inside. and topside.
they are operating interior and exterior to extinguish the fire and prevent it from spreading to folder -- to further exposures. hook there were evacuations as well. of people allowed back into their homes? >> there were people who were occupied in the adaline apartments. they were evacuated temporarily. those buildings were impacted by the fire. they are free to go back into their homes. the actual condominiums that were impacted were under construction. there were no occupants. >> reporter: is there a fire investigation underway since there is a second fire in the same location -- a month ago? >> alameda county fire will have their investigator. they were here in july 2006. they started the investigation then. they will continue the investigation. we will have 80 up respond and assist as well.>> reporter:
this would be a continuation of the same investigation>> i'm not sure if they will continue the investigation or start a new one.>> reporter: thank you for the update. i appreciate it. that's the latest that we have on the fire here. you can see that there was fire alarms. the effort still underway to try to extinguish the fire. as you might imagine this was a very large fire. both of you mentioned seeing it on your way in. as solid as well. it was a giant orange fireball. the neighbors brought up -- we talked with a spokesperson about neighbors being evacuated. when they first came out around 5 am. those windy conditions were blowing embers all over the place. they said some small fires nearby. there is a grassy field to the south.
there was some small spot fires in there as well. that's part of the concern for firefighters. just a moment ago alameda county had their drone up. that has landed. they are using it earlier to try to get an idea on what the fire look like from above. you can imagine how bad might help figure out where the fire is still burning. where they need to focus resources. as you heard this likely going to be a 24 hour effort is firefighters worked to try to contain control and eventually extinguished the fire here on the border of emeryville in oakland. >> that crane is still upright. is that a big issue? there are firefighters inside the interior of that building. >> it sounds like they are not inside this building. from what i got was that they are surrounded the building. they are in neighboring buildings. they are not going inside this building.
they don't want to put anybody in position where they could be in danger. they are going to surround the structure and put in as much water as they can. that crane is precarious. neighbors who were here said that crane -- they could hear it clicking and popping. they heard it give way and come down. that certainly is part of the structural insecurity. the structural defect in the danger inside the building at this time. as you heard before it is going to be a long day for firefighters to try to make this building as safe as possible so they can make injury. the next key -- the investigation to figure out how it started. we're looking at two fires in the same location in a matter of months. live outside the fire in emeryville. we want to go to president. trump. he is delivering the commencement speech at liberty
university in virginia. let's listen in. >> i have seen firsthand how the system is broken. a small group of failed promises. who think they know everything. and understand everyone. they want to tell everybody else how to live in what to do and how to think. but you are not going to let other people tell you what you believe. especially when you know you are right. and those of you graduating here today who have given half 1 million hours of charity last year alone. unbelievable. amount of work and charity -- a few universities or colleges can claim anything close. we don't need a lecture from washington.
on how to lead our lives. i am standing here are looking at the next generation of american leaders. there will -- there may very well be a president or to out there. >> you been listening to president. trump . he is speaking at liberty university christian in virginia. other republicans have also delivered speeches at that university. speakers include mitt romney and jeb bush. the president visited during his primary campaign. in january of last year. back home police are asking for help to find a missing 83- year-old man who suffers from dementia. igor went for a bike ride yesterday afternoon. he never got back home. he was last seen at 4 pm. he did not have a phone with him. he weighs about 175 pounds.
he was wearing a blue shirt and jeans. he had a black icicle helmet and was riding a black and silver bicycle. if you happen to see home give the police a call. cybersecurity teams in several countries are working to restore computer system that were part of the attack. more than 75 countries were hit. in what is believed to be the biggest cyber attack of its kind. infected computers with read somewhere. demanded a payment for unlocked files. the cyber attack also affected britain's hospital system. they were forced to close emergency room and turned away patients. their computer system was down. the us was also hit. the attack was not as widespread as in other countries. these hackers were able to -- a vulnerability. that should have been patched. they might not have been fast enough. >> security experts say the unknown hackers exploited a
weakness in older versions of microsoft windows. microsoft fix the issue in march. some companies might not have updated their systems. they will now fixed the problem for free for everyone. from the faculty at uc berkeley are being advised to undergo screening for tuberculosis. after coming in contact with someone who got the disease. it was discovered off-campus. university will not say if a student or staff member is infected. the school says it has contacted everyone who came in contact with that person. and now is offering screenings for those who might've been exposed. the testing begins on monday. a child trapped inside of a home during a fire in the east bay. the efforts by fire crews to rescue them from that place. thinking about robin williams -- we were previewed the last movie that he is featured in.
good morning to you. happy saturday. a view across the bay -- mostly sunny skies. some cloud cover. plenty of sunshine for saturday. temperatures running cool. breezy -- not a lot of change for mother's day on sunday. a look at your weekend forecast in the extended coming up. state farm insurance -- you could get a refund. customers are eligible for a refund after california's department of insurance said state farm rates are too high. californians with homeowners and renters policies will get refunds averaging $55 for overcharges between december
and february. it is happening because the commissioner require them to lower rates in december. the bay area 23rd annual bike to work day earlier this week is being called a success. they said they saw more cities making the street bike friendly. to provide $20 million this bicycle projects. the mcc says almost 100,000 people rode their bikes on thursday creating a greener commute. happening today san francisco hard rock cafe will reopen its doors. the restaurant has undergone six months of renovations. the managers say the entire facility has gotten a facelift fans will play out that the restaurant all weekend long. the grand reopening set for this morning at 10 am at pier 39. final movie featuring robin williams debuts this weekend.
>> it is called absolutely everything. robin williams is the voice of the dog. it is about a man who does the power to do anything he wants. he recorded the track in december 2013. just six months later that summer he took his life in 2014. it is rated r. if you have outdoor plans -- ring a jacket. maybe a sweatshirt.>> but not an umbrella. sometimes we're dealing with me great. not today. plenty of sunshine. temperatures are running a bit below average. beautiful start as you look towards alameda. it is a pretty one. once you get outside you might feel different. cool temperatures and breezy
conditions. that brief is expected to pick up again in the afternoon. giving you a view -- it shows us the circulation going on in the atmosphere. it into the trough right over the west coast. we are in with this. as we roll through saturday. sunday, monday evening to tuesday. a cooler pattern of the possibility of scattered showers. let's talk about saturday. we have a northwest breeze 10 miles per hour santa rosa. fairfield one short but calm at the morning. a few numbers here -- hayward 6. half moon bay sustained as well. this is an improvement. we had wind gusts 20 even 30 over areas of half moon bay. earlier. the wind gusts back in the afternoon. windy especially along the coast. 52 san francisco. 52 oakland. 47 santa rosa.
these numbers are cooler than yesterday morning. take a look at the peninsula. 50 degrees belmont. 48 menlo park. 51 san mateo. in her east bay -- 40s. alamo 40 said. -- alamo 46. antioch 54. it is going to be cool and breezy if you're going to see the giants play. wind gusts stronger in the afternoon. inside the ballpark not so bad. getting there and back you might have breezy conditions in and around san francisco. mostly clear skies and cool conditions. 51 expected a gametime. san francisco 52. 65 oakland. upper 60s conquered. north bay 70 perceived -- a look at your extended forecast. temperatures won't but a lot. we're going to the next couple days into monday. upper 60s to near 70 inland.
middle 60s around the bay. upper 50s at the coast. and then we take a deep return. another gap. 5 to 10 degrees cooler for some as we get to tuesday. the possibility of rain -- scattered showers. >> it looks fairly week. >> maybe some snow in the sierra>> if we are 60 degrees here -- they are getting snow. >> bart issued a warning as the south bay expansion gets closer to completion. the change happening that can pose a danger to the public. they want to get the word out. we will tell you what that is when we come back.
happening now barred has rescheduled some construction work of the weekend to accommodate fans heading to the nba western conference finals. the worry is hosting bill spurs tomorrow. 12:30 off. they planned to close the station so crews could rebuild the tracks. that would have required a bus and delayed fans might be heading to the game. bart said that track work will only happen today. and not on sunday. part is turning on the electricity to a new track in the south bay. transit officials want people to know it can be deadly. livington mile stretch of its
track. it runs from the recently opened station in fremont sell to the station in san jose. which is set to open next year. the tracks are now humming. with about 1000 v of electricity. that's more than enough to kill a person if they touch it. transit workers are warning everyone to make people understand even though those trains are not running yet. they are potentially deadly. our outreach team will go out into the neighborhood to contact people to let them know. residences businesses schools homeless shelters -- let people know to take this seriously. and don't go near the tracks. >> officials are worried about people trespassing and using those tracks as a shortcut. even though there are fences as well is warning signs. the 25th anniversary of the longest and largest single day of boot drive in the country. >> it is the largest.
the annual stamp out hunger event. male carries current -- collect donations around the roots. if you would like to take part -- and have anything nonperishable. put them in a back and put them by your mailbox or in your mailbox. it will be collected and will eventually end up at the food bank. today is also an annual auto show in the east bay to honor a homicide victim. the rail classic runs from 9 am until 3 pm. at san lorenzo royal high school. the event draws thousands with proceeds funding high school athletics. it is in memory of -- he was killed in 1998 in a hit and run. his brother is a longtime photojournalist. this case remains unsolved. a nice tribute.
a final salute to a fallen deputy. more on the life of the alameda county sheriff's deputy who died in a freeway accident early yesterday morning. a bay area prosecutor on fire. a vote of no confidence for the contra costa dist. atty. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ]
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this is ktvu mornings on 2, weekend. well, good morning to you. a little music to start off your day. and that is a beautiful shot. >> that is gorgeous. >> you can see the port and all those cranes out there in the distance. and a clear blue sky. but it's chilly out there. >> that is so big. i think you can see it from space for crying out loud. 7:59 on the clock. welcome to mornings on 2. >> happy weekend everyone. good morning. i'm frank. rosemary, you got kind of a sneak peak of the forecast. i think it'll be a beautiful day and a nice weekend. more on that coming up. but first, a busy news day. a massive fire erupted. a big fire ball at a construction site along the oakland emeryville border near
580. the five alarm fire could be seen from miles away. >> that's right, and this is not the first time that building has burned. just in the past year. christian captain is live at the scene. he's going to bring us the latest in a few minutes. and a worldwide hack attack. malware spreads to dozens of countries and tens of thousands of companies. we're talking about that. that included fedex, a look inside the cause of the attack and what's being done now to secure those systems and computers here on the home front and a night game for the giants turned into an early morning game for the diehard, extra innings. but with one swing of the bat, buster posey plays super man in the 17th inning. >> if you didn't stay up to tend, we can't blame you. but we'll have the latest on that. a tough stretch for giants fans. but you should feel good. it's always okay if you stay up all night and it ends well. >> and you win. >> that's what bochie said
after the game. the manager said if we lost this game, oh my god. buster caught 17 innings. i bet he doesn't play today. but nice win. >> they will be back out there today. it's going to be cool and breezy. if you're going to see them play, go giants. we do have that to contend with. bring the jacket. we'll also have sunshine. bring along the ball cap. giving you a view at san francisco. we're starting out with blue skies and plenty of sunshine. from the coast, around the bay, and inland today, just a few clouds out there. a little patchy fog but really that wind is knocking out most and giving under the circumstances great visibility this morning. here's a shot for you here, san francisco now, 51 degrees. santa rosa at 52. actually santa rosa in the upper 40s. but all ready rebounding. mid 50s in oakland. 50 in livermore. and san jose right now, 53. with that said, temperatures are cooler for most than where we started yesterday morning. down by 4 in livermore. down by 3 in oakland. down by 3 in napa.
here's a look outside. some of the winds picked up yesterday afternoon. they'll pick up again this afternoon. right now, a little breezy in many spots. we have 5, 10, 15 miles per hour. the chp issued advisories for bridges early on. expect it to be breezy. half-moon bay reporting gusts at 17 miles per hour right now. mountain view, here's a look at what to expect for the day ahead. as we get into lunch time, low 60s, mid 60s, a few upper 60s expected out there for the second part of the day. so temperature's not bad. it's the breeze. it's going to be a strong one. especially along the coastline for the afternoon. perhaps inside the bay. 62 in san francisco. 65 in oakland. upper 60s concord. north bay, 70 for napa and our south bay locations. 68 expected for san jose. not a lot of change in store for your mother's day sunday. in the extended forecast. we're going to cool it down more and introduce the possibility of scattered showers. i'll have a look at that coming up. all right rosemary, thank you for that. new this morning we want to
update you on that massive five alarm fire right off 580. >> that fire started on san pablo avenue at a building under construction. now the building is just off 580. look at these pictures. this is what people were seeing from the freeway. flames did spread to nearby condos. there were also evacuations. but fortunately no one was hurt. this is if you're wondering, yes, the same building that caught fire last july in a six alarm fire. that fire was blamed on fire works. >> and about 30 minutes ago, firefighters told us the majority of the fire is contained but they'll be at the scene for a good 24 hours not only investigating but a number of hot spots and things to secure. christian captain has been at the scene in emeryville all morning long and joins us now with another update. christian? >> yeah, frankings claudine, you could not have stated it better. that this is an active fire fighting effort. if you look here, you can see the resources here at the
scene. we'll give you a sense. we're at mcarthur boulevard where pablo and adaline come together. this building under construction burned for a second time. we have video of what it looked like this morning. neighbors telling us it was a spectacular site. massive orange fire ball burning in the sky. one of the problems with the fire is it was windy last night. it flew embers around the area. setting small spot fires. the size of this fire was simply massive. five alarms drawing in dozens and dozens of firefighters. ladder trucks spraying water from above. trying to first contain this fire to try to prevent it from spreading to nearby buildings. this fire by the way, so hot that it cracked windows on buildings across the street. because the heat was just simply so intense. firefighters are telling us that this is going to be a long day of work ahead of them. to try to extinguish this fire once and for all.
>> the majority of the fire has all ready been extinguished. but we do have a couple townhouses that are currently still, you know, being fought. we have interior teams that are working both inside the exposures and we have roof operations. >> and you can see that there's twisted fence, burnt metal in the area. structural elements, what's left of a crane that was in the area. neighbors describe to me hearing the crane creaking, groaning, and ultimately collapsing. the heat weakening the metal and eventually allowing that crane simply to fall down. claudine, frank, we mentioned this before that this is the second time this same building has burned. so oakland firefighters confirming for me that they will have a fire investigator out here on scene to try to determine exactly what caused this fire and if there's any
possible connection to that same fire in july 2016. you know christian, even if it's not connected. i know in the last four, they said we think it was maybe someone playing with fire works. on the fifth floor. and it may cause them to rethink if that's really what happens. i know they never arrested anyone. it's ironic that the same building within less than a year would go up in flames like that. >> certainly, and one of the questions that we have, we're trying to look for anybody associated with the building to find out if after that first fire they put in some type of security system. so perhaps there could even be security surveillance video of this fire starting. if it was in fact started by someone or if it was accidental. surely after the first fire there may have been some effort then to try to have some kind of surveillance system in place to see if something like this happens again. unfortunately, something has happened again. clearly a lot of questions about how this second fire started. >> surveillance would be very
interesting. thanks so much for the update christian. as christian mentioned, this is the second time in less than a year that the same building burned. it was last year july 6th you may remember it was 2:45 in the morning over night as well. embers from that fire also a problem just like in this morning's fire. the embers landed in neighborhoods a couple miles away. there were evacuations. 50 people had to be evacuated. and nearby homes were damaged. >> and evacuations again today. the fire department concluded that that fire was likely caused by as christian mentioned young people playing with fire works. it was around the 4th of july on the fifth floor. nobody was ever caught on prosecuted. after getting new permits and working with the banks, insurance, and investors, the rebuilding just got back under way. last month the developer, rick holiday talked to the business times and said the building was back on track to be open and ready for residents by the fall of this year. which was nine months behind schedule. now, a number of you have been posting pictures of the moment you saw the flames break out.
including ourselves as we -- i didn't post anything. but i could certainly see it as we were going down 24. and alameda county fire posting this video, you know, right around 5:00, 5:30 when that fire ball erupted. >> the flames were so visible from miles away. it really had people wondering. devon posted this and said massive, must have been burning. i hope everyone is safe. that's what i thought. i hope everyone is out. >> you could see this big orange orb. something was on fire. i thought it was on the left side near mcarthur bart station. >> and that #happenedagain. people identifying very quickly that this was an issue. this person was in the building next door and look at those pictures. i mean -- >> i've never quite seen a fire that intense. we caught it coming into work
when it was at its peek there. another fire in emeryville. i mentioned this earlier. but they were asked to evacuate. and they told firefighters, we know the drill. we've done this before. >> we'll check in on that story all morning long. certainly a lot of questions and we're watching all those developments. we do also have more breaking news for you. because we're hearing there's an arrest in connection to the contra kosta county car fire case. the fire protection district telling ktvu they're working on a news release now detailing what happened. and they may also hold a news conference later today. there have been seven car fires this week alone. a rav 4 went up in flames. a chevy suburban in lafayette. some of the same firefighters ahead of the walnut creek blaze responding to that lafayette fire. they were 11 minutes apart. and right off highway 24.
there were two car fires early thursday morning. also in brentwood. they happened ten minutes apart. a mile from each other. one fire left a burned out shell of a chevy pickup truck. but check out this neighborhood surveillance camera. it recorded a shadowy figure walking in that area just minutes before the fire started. and finally, two more vehicles also caught fire just after 2:00 yesterday morning, a sedan first exploded into a fire ball in the walnut creek area. in 15 minutes a car was torched in lafayette. as you might imagine this string of car fires put residents on edge. >> it's pretty scary. because if not for the vigilance of the neighbor that called, i was sound asleep. this would have probably spread to my house and god knows what would have happened then. >> well authorities say there were more car fires before this week. catching the serial arsonist has been a top priority. investors with contra kosta fire protection say they've been working nonstop getting
help from outside agencies and our news room has just confirmed that an arrest has been made. so we're continuing to follow more information but again, we are confirming that there has been an arrest made in these cases. a very busy day. new this morning, firefighters in oakland rescued a child trapped in a burning home. this happened before the other big fire. the fire started around 2:00 this morning. 74th avenue and lockwood street. firefighters arrived on the scene. they say a family told them there was a child trapped inside that home there. the child found in the back of the home was taken to the hospital. and this morning is in serious condition. firefighters able to put the fire out in 20 minutes and the cause of that fire is still under investigation. an investigation is under way in roanoke park after a man died after being tazed by police at a hotel. this happened after 3:15 yesterday afternoon at the budget inn on redwood drive. police were called to the hotel after getting a report of a man acting strangely. when they arrived, police say the man was incoherent and
appeared to be in an alderred state. they realized the man had an outstanding warrant. they did try to arrest him. but they say he resisted. is sonoma county sheriff's office and the sonoma county district attorney's office are both investigating. law enforcement officers are mourning the death of a deputy killed in a crash. the deputy was driving home from afternoon over night shift at the santa rita jail when a charter bus slammed into his car from behind after it stalled on the freeway. he was headed east on 580 near grant line road in the altamont pass. the bus was carrying tesla employees from fremont to stockton. it's not key what caused the crash. but the chp says it's possible the driver may have been blinded by the sun. the sheriff's department says the deputy's death is a loss for the entire department. a case of tuberculosis, the treatment options available to those who may have been
how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. thank you for joining us on this saturday morning. i'm giving you a view there of blue skies overhead. we will be mostly clear for
today. cool and breezy expected for your saturday and your mother's day. i'll have a look at your temperatures for your neighborhood and in the extended forecast, the possibility of rain, more on this, coming up. all right rosemary, thanks so much. we want to highlight moms who run their own businesses and juggle everything happening at home. and joining us this morning is annie from annie's glass out of watsonville. good to have you here. >> thank you. >> first and foremost, your company started in 1981. you're from humble beginnings. you went to the art school here. and tell us how it all got going i guess. >> i saw glass blowing at the beach when i was a student at the college of san mateo. and i got hooked. and i had to try it again. and i went to san francisco state. and then i went to the california college of the arts. and i graduated in glass making. and i headed down to santa cruz and made all these beautiful things here out of window glass. >> we're looking at video here
of some of the products that you do make. we have 30 furnaces. it's exploded. and you take care of blooming dales and a couple other big customers. >> that's our studio. >> what is it about glass blowing that sucked you in? >> it's like a drug for me. it's hypnotic and beautiful. and i love to give it texture. and i use 24-carat gold or platinum on it and that's what makes it so pretty. >> show us some of the items you brought in. >> these are the newer pieces here with the fold gold on the side. >> and this is just window glass. this is thicker. this is something you'd use in a table top. this is much thicker. we actually chip the edges so you can see. this is kind of gold on the side there as well. >> we use 24 karat gold. and these pieces here have
platinum on them. and you're on the board of trustees. >> at the california college of the arts. it used to be the california college of arts and crafts here in oakland. and it's also in san francisco. >> up here for graduation. >> i'm up here for graduation. >> let's talk about being a mom. you have two kids. how do you juggle all this. a small company. >> not very well. [ laughter ] not very well. no. >> but you have. you handled it well. >> just put out fires. the biggest fire, is the one we put out. and that's how i do it. >> are you surprised that your company grew so quickly. >> very much so. annie glass grew from a tiny little one furnace. one little kiln in my guest room to 30 furnaces now. and i have about 500 customers around the united states. the most beautiful stores in the country.
neiman marcus. >> you're also a glass blower. and an engraver. and she's going to do a little work for us. i have the shakiest hand. tell us what you're doing here. should we put happy mother's day on there. >> you can do whatever you like. there you go. >> you only get one shot at that. >> you do pretty much. but we can put thank you so much. how's that. we'll write that on there. >> like i mention, if you mess up, you're kind of done, right in. >> that's right, one shot, that's all you got. and every one of these pieces is signed. >> i'll take that. >> we're running out of time, annie, but that is beautiful. >> that's for you. enjoy. >> this is a little flute --
>> a mod cheese board. >> annie's glass what a pleasure to meet you. let's toss it to another mother. that would be our weather gal. >> mother's day. and every year i say happy mother's day to everybody. and people say i'm not a mom. but we celebrate moms. giving you a view. a little bit of puffy clouds out there. we have mostly blue skies. it's a pretty start to the day and your mother's day weekend, going to be nice. you may need the jacket. it's going to be breezy. and the wind is with us this morning all ready. and it's expected to pick up in the afternoon. and temperatures, they're not going to change a lot. how it felt yesterday, that's how it's going to feel today. and tomorrow will feel like today as well. i'll have that in the extended forecast. but first a view from highway 101 near the penninsula. this was sent to us earlier this morning. and it shows you the smoke and the fire that was going on in the emeryville area of the east
bay there. that was sent to us before sunrise. but you can see a shot there. it's kind of cool looking. we'll continue to have the blue skies and clear conditions for today and into tomorrow. this trough is not going any where any time soon. eventually it's going to lead to a bigger cool down and the possibility of rain. before your weekend, we're going to continue with this cool pattern. temperatures in the 60s, a few low 70s at best. but really it's the wind that kicks up in the afternoon that is kind of pesky. giving you a view of the winds right now. we have gusts. 23 miles per hour in and around novato. concord at 6. santa rosa northwesterly breeze at 16. shifting south, hayward, sfo at 12 miles per hour. san jose a light breeze now. half-moon bay has been fluctuating but right now gusts reported at 22 miles per hour. temperatures are all ready beginning to warm with the sun shining. 55 degrees in oakland. we have 52 in santa rosa.
our south bay locations, 53 mountain view, santa fe. 49 degrees in alamo. 56 for antioch. afternoon highs today, a lot like yesterday, mid 60s, low 70s for most. closer you get to the water and closer to the coast, upper 50s to low 60s expected today. pacifica 58. 60 busy from san francisco. in the north bay, 70 degrees for napa. 70 degrees for brentwood. south bay, 68 for san jose. going to tahoe, in addition to cool weather, we have a chance for showers on sunday. take a look at the numbers, below freezing in the over night hours, and then into the afternoon, mid to upper 40s in the forecast if you're going to be out camping be prepared. it's going to be cool. you may wake up with wet weather for your sunday. here's a look at the extended forecast here at home. numbers not changing a whole lot. sunday, monday, and then we take a bigger dip on tuesday.
we're going to be in the upper 50s low 60s across the board. chance of scattered showers, not a big deal. but we may need the umbrella. >> two weeks ago we were in the 80s and 90s. >> was it two weeks ago? >> and complaining. this whole cool down, my fault. thanks rosemary, a half million dollar in stolen makeup and cosmetics. giants and reds started playing on friday night and they finished early this morning. buster posey sending the hometown fans home happy in the 17th inning. we'll have highlights coming up. businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and...
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welcome back everyone. 8:26. giants figured out the reds. but it took over time to do it. it almost took two games in one. tied up in the 17th inning. buster posey sent home the giants faithful with this. >> high drive, left field, it is out of here. >> finally and buster's reaction, priceless. not jubilation but oh my god, are we done yet. 17 innings of catching. the guy's got to be exhausted. in the second longest game in at&t. buster lost the game winner at 1:00 a.m. in front of i don't know a couple thousand people.
five plus home runs. hours of baseball. buster is 7 of 19 the past week for four home runs. the giants win it 3-2 at the ball park today. no rest for the weary at 1:00 at at&t. the a's on the wrong end of a walk off winner. this one went the normal 9 innings. oakland jumping on the board here in the 5th. texas matt joyce takes a bite out of andrew's pitch. a's on top 1-0. bottom of the 9th. joey gallow, watch. >> it's gone, a home run. >> but not by much. it bangs off the foul pole and that's a home run. game winner. 5-2. texas beats the oakland a's. a massive cyber attack hitting thousands of companies in dozens of countries worldwide.
i'm frank. >> good morning to you. i'm claudine wong. let's start off with a look at your weather. it's cool temperatures today. it looks like they're going to stick around. >> yes, we're not going to see a lot of change. when it comes to our temperatures, essentially we're going to go a little cooler. that's in the extended forecast. for your bay area weekend, mostly sunny skies to start the day, just a few clouds out there. not a lot of fog to speak of. that wind is bringing great visibility. and this is a gorgeous shot at the golden gate bridge. notice i said wind. the wind is with us as well. that's not going away either. 52 degrees in santa rosa. mid 50s in oakland. 50 livermore and san jose. some of us started in the 40s. some of us are trailing behind a little bit. but we're beginning to see a nice rebound with the sun shining and temperatures cooler than yesterday by a few degrees for most. right now any where from 2 to 3 degrees. you may not notice. but you'll notice if it's outside your door is that wind. getting out it's going to feel
quite brisk. northwest breeze at 16. novato gusting to 23. oklahoma, not bad. 9 miles per hour. the winds picked up yesterday afternoon. expect them to pick up again this afternoon. hayward at 126789 half-moon bay, gusts at 15 to 20 miles per hour right now. going to see the giants game today, 61 degrees at game time. the gusts possibly stronger than that. in and around the park, quite windy for the afternoon. low 60s for the san francisco area today. mid to upper 60s around the bay. upper 60s to near 70 degrees for our inland communities. so a very mild day. a nice day. as long as the wind doesn't come through and ruin it for you. in the extend forecast, mother's day looks similar to today. bigger changes with the possibility of wet weather coming back to the bay area. i'll explain that coming up.
at 8:32, we want to get back to the scene of the massive five alarm fire near the emeryville oakland border. >> the fire started near 5:00 this morning. it could be seen for miles. this is san pablo avenue. the building is under construction just off 580. flames were red ising to nearby condos. embers were flying. there were evacuations. no one was hurt. if you're wondering about the building. yes, it's the same one that caught fire last july. that was a six alarm fire. that fire was blamed on fire works. an hour ago firefighters telling us the majority of the fire is contained but they'll be at the scene for a good 24 hours mopping up and investigating as well. ktvu's christian captain has been at the scene since 5:30 this morning. he joins us with more. >> reporter: good morning, first the good news, firefighters still reporting no injuries as a result of this fire. as you said, largely contained.
we'll move back a little bit. give you a live look at the fire. you can see that the smoke now has turned from that dark suity smoke. that means it's an active fire. to a lot of white smoke. that means we're getting a lot of steam. if we could back up a little bit. you could make out the fact that there's aerial rigs dumping water on to that fire. so there's stillwater actively being put on this fire to try to extinguish it and look for hot spots. we've seen drone operators from alameda county here assisting firefighters to determine where those hot spots are. where those active flames are. where they should be directing their water. we have video of what it looked like early the morning. it was an incredible site for anybody in the area. you will know exactly what we're talking about. a massive orange fire ball filling the sky here at the oakland emeryville border area. this massive fire starting sometime around 5:00 this morning. at this point, the cause is
still undetermined. that major fire setting fire to a nearby building. so it was not just contained to one building this time. this building under construction. this again the second time that this building has burned. firefighters when they arrived on scene said they're dealing with again a massive five alarm fire. and with the complicating factor of heavy winds this morning made fighting the fire that much more difficult. >> when we got here, the other complication is that there was a lot of wind. so we had other buildings not too far from here a block or two away. that because of embers, it also caught fire. we have to set up another group of engine companies and truck companies to go to that area and fight fires in that area. and you can see from our live picture just how close this fire is to this vacant field here to the south. so you can imagine as embers were flying, falling into this
field, setting small spot fires in this area. setting fire to another nearby building. clearly one of the issues they were trying to do is trying to contain this fire. you can see just how hot that fire burned. the twisted metal up there, the remnants of a crane that failed in the heat of this fire. the cause of the fire still under investigation now. we've been talking about the fact that this is the second fire to strike in this location. the first one back in july. now a second one. so clearly it raises cause for concern. firefighters tell me that there are fire investigators on scene ready to make entry and determine exactly what caused this fire as soon as it's safe for them to do that. >> christian, let's talk about traffic. you have that emeryville, that mall that's not too far from there. and the east bay bridge shopping centers, maybe 100- yards from there they have nordstroms rack and the home depot and that kind of thing. i imagine negotiating the streets down there it's going to be a little difficult.
>> absolutely. the whole shopping district that you're talking about is right town there. i think you can see the sign there. you mentioned nordstrom rack. the pack and save is there. there's a home depot nearby. a lot of shopping in this area. this is a major avenue through the area. to give you a sense of where we are,adaline, mcarthur, san pablo, in that area. moments before we went live, we had a woman who drove in through this area. you can see they've moved a cal trans truck to try to block traffic. because moments before we went on air a woman started to drive through unaware the street was closed down, there's a significant traffic impact to people in the area as fire crews still work here to try to do what they can to put this fire out once and for all. but as you said before, frank, this likely will be a relatively lengthy effort, as long as 24 hours here on scene
to make sure the fire is properly extinguished. >> there are big questions. it's happened again. i wonder if they'll rethink what they thought was the cause of the first fire. good work, christian. police in sonoma are asking for help to find a missing 83-year- old man who suffers from dementia. officers say this man on the left went for a bike ride yesterday afternoon but never returned home. he was last seen at 4:00. police say he didn't have his cell phone with him at the time. he's 6-2, 175-pounds. he had blue jeans on and a black bike helmet riding a black and silver cruiser style bike. if you see this man or have any information, you're urged to give the police a call. cyber security teams in several countries are working to restore computer systems that roar part of a massive cyber attack. more than 75 countries were hit yesterday. it's believed to be the biggest cyber attack of its kind. the attack infected computers
with ransom ware and demanded a payment to unlock files. russia appears to be the hardest hit. the cyber attack also affected britain's hospital system. they were forced to close emergency rooms and turn away patients because the computer system was down. the united states was also hit. but that attack was not as widespread as we saw in other countries. >> these hackers were able to exploit a vulnerability that the nsa had identified that should have been patched but they might not have been fast enough. >> security experts say the unknown hackers exploited a weakness in older versions of microsoft window, microsoft fixed the issue back in march. but some companies might not have updated their systems. microsoft says it will now fix the problem for free for everyone. well, some faculty and staff at uc berkeley are being advised to under go screening for tb after coming into contact with someone who contracted that disease. the active case of tb discovered off campus at a campus shared service fourth
street near interstate 80. the university would not say if it's a student or staff member effected. but the school contacted everyone who came in contact with that person and has now offered screening to those who may have been exposed. that testing by the way begins on monday. police are showing off half a million dollars in stolen cosmetics that were seized from a string of drugstore robberies in alameda county. investigators found that merchandise in a storage unit after identifying two people who were allegedly buying the stolen cosmetics. suspects rosa jimenez and her boyfriend rodriguez were arrested on suspicion of receiving the stolen goods. some cosmetics has stickers from cvs or walgreens. coming up, a child trapped inside a home during an early morning fire in the east bay, the efforts by fire crews to rescue them out of that blaze. and thinking about robin williams and his final moments on the big screen. we'll preview the last movie in
jaclyn don square. as we sweep our way across san francisco, mostly blue skies to start your day. temperatures a bit cool. a bit breezy for your weekend. i'll have a look at your neighborhood numbers coming up. if you've not picked up a mother's day gift, hey, it's tomorrow. people are like wait, what? jennifer joins us with some high-tech ideas. is it too late to get these things? >> it's probably too late for them to show up tomorrow unless you're amazon prime. i didn't forget. and this gift is so awesome that it's fine. >> more moms want tech this year than ever before. >> what'd you bring us. start with the flying selfie drone. you connect this with an app on your phone. put it in the air. it has obstacle avoidance technology. and then moms finally get to be in the picture. because typically moms are taking the picture, we're not in the picture. that's really cool.
love it. love it. love it. next to that, we have the life print printer. this is one of those little mobile printers. so again, an app on your phone. print it directly from your phone. print the picture out. and hover over it. you know in harry potter where the photos start to move. do you see that. this photo is moving. and if you send one of these to your mom. no matter where she is in the country, you can send her a picture from her phone that she can print out on her printer and it moves around like that. >> i've never seen that before. >> every year on my bucket list, playing an instrument is up there. really high up there. i've never taken the time to do it. this is the one smart piano. it lights up. the keyboard lights up and you learn how to play the piano. and so i learned how to do let it go, you know, in a weekend. i was very, very proud of myself. my daughter is like mom, you have to stop playing that song,
from frozen. she's like i'm so over that. >> subscription boxes, always a big hit. and there are so many out there. this is mommy mailbox. it starts around $30 a month. this is great for new moms. it comes with a cure ated box. >> it's the gift that keeps giving. >> it is. and there are so many great ones out there. if you're concerned about your mom's safety. young mom, new mom, mom who traveled for work. i do this for my parents. they travel. and i worry about them. this is a personal panic button. if they get into button, they push the button, locate them via gps. all kinds of safety built in. and this is a wearable ring. it's called the nimb ring. they push a button, it alerts. >> and it looks nice. >> it's pretty. >> so you're not worried about
the way it maybe looks on your hand. >> it looks kind of cool and modular. but that's your panic button. >> and then we have purses. >> fanny packs of the future. >> it's hard to say they're cool. but they're back. with a nod for style. and these come with a touch of tech built in. they have a charger for all of your devices and then, yeah, it's a bit of a stretch but i like the idea that the fanny pack is back. you need to go hands free. music festivals. >> okay it's an option. frank. you can get me the piano or the hovercraft. >> i'm thinking the fanny pack is in order. >> price range really quickly.
>> 300, 130, 270ish, starts at 33, revlar is 60. and the bags are 85 and up. >> so we have a full range. i've written about everything and a ton more on my website at techish.com. or u.s.a. today in the columnist session. rosemary, which gift would you like if you could choose? >> she all ready has one. >> oh yeah. she has a fanny pack. you would choose the fanny pack. >> i might. i also love the idea of the piano. >> yes, the piano is cool. >> do you want me to get that for you. >> sure. >> i'll take care of the weather. giving you a view outside our doors this morning if you're thinking about what are we doing for mother's day weekend. it's going to be a dry one. it's going to be a pretty one. but it's going to be a cool, breezy one. so getting outside, bring along the extra layers, maybe even the windbreaker. here's a look at storm tracker
2 where we continue to remain in this trough like pattern. you can see it ride over the west. this isn't going to budge. not for the next few days and eventually it's going to bring us cooler weather and a chance for scattered showers. that comes on tuesday. not for your weekend. we'll have the wind though. and right now any where from 5 to 10 to 15 miles per hour reported at times. chp had issued a wind advisory for some of our bridges out there. so you're going to find it if you do have an early morning commute, we're looking at winds along the coastline to be strong. half-moon bay, gusting to 22 last i checked. and it's probably not going to let up. it's actually going to grow more intense as we get into the afternoon. and this is just a model. but a good indication that almost everybody is going to have that west/northwest breeze once again for the afternoon. temperatures right now, 55 degrees in oakland. we lost our reading in san francisco. but also in the low to mid 50s. around the bay, 50s as well. 54 in hayward. 55 in redwood city.
for the south bay, 53 degrees in san jose. north bay, 52 in santa rosa. for your penninsula, a few more numbers here. good morning san mateo, 54 to start your day. here's a look at the afternoon highs. these numbers barely budged. 70 degrees expected for santa rosa. the inner east bay, upper 60s to near 70. 70 degrees expected for brentwood. 65 in oakland. along the penninsula, 67 redwood city. and for the south bay, upper 60s for you. 68 san jose. a look at your extended forecast as i mentioned, not a lot of change, sunday, monday, low 60s at the coast. mid 60s around the bay. upper 60s inland. and then we get a bigger drop in temperatures that come our way on tuesday. around the bay, we can't get much cooler. but the inland cities will see a notable drop. even the possibility of a few
scattered showers. wednesday we rebound some. but all in all that extended forecast, average, a little cool for this time of the year. >> there you go. guess who left without picking up the fanny pack. so finders keepers. >> i'm kidding. >> we'll give it back. if we can catch her. all right. thanks rosemary. the final movie featuring the talents of robin williams debuts in theaters this weekend. biscuits. biscuits. please, please, please, nothing else matters. >> there you go. it's called absolutely everything. and as you know, robin williams is the voice of the dog there. the film is about a man who gets the power to do everything he wants. he recorded his part in december 2013. and later that summer passed away taking his own life. the film by the way is rated r. a warning is issued as the south bay expansion gets closer
welcome back. we continue breaking news of the massive fire in emeryville. and now another fire just about a block and a half away. these are live pictures you can see black smoke coming from the roof of that house. we don't know obviously at this point if this is all related. we know that the firefighters have been out there for several hours. they were concerned about embers spreading. they were obviously close by when this fire happened. and so our crew is headed over there trying to get more information now. it looks like they're on the roof and trying to get in front of that. >> still very active. christian will have a live report at the top of the hour. all right. time is 8:54. the bay area housing market is one of the most expensive in the country. i think we all know that. and it's not slowing down any time soon. thanks in part to a whole new generation of home buyers.
they had been sitting on the housing sideline. not ready to commit to the responsibility of a monster mortgage. but a new generation of first time home buyers is finally diving in. >> the millennials. they're coming out in droves right now. >> millennials are in their late 20s to mid 30s. they've left that second stay at mom and dad's house. their student debt is under control. and they're tired of renting without financial benefits. they're house hunting in force in the east bay. >> with the millennials it started about a year ago. >> this remax broker noticed the change. >> the millennials are very different. they've got a lot of technology on hand. they're ready at a moment's notice. they're good at making decisions quickly. a lot of them have high powered jobs where they're good at making decisions quickly. >> first time home buyers, up from a low of 31% in 2011. and 38% in 2015.
experts believe some of the first timers come from this new generation of tech savvy home shoppers. their needs are all about convenience. a home close to transportation. a good walking score. and a bevy of good restaurants nearby. but bigger than that -- >> i would say good sell reception -- cell reception and good internet is definite. >> remax social media man. >> they want accessibility. very quickly created a facebook page. >> the days of posting a sign and passing out brochures long gone, if you want to target a millennial, you better be social, facebook, pinterest, instagrammings or forget it. >> we'll identify people, where they're likely to be from, what interest they may have which will suit the property. and we'll proactively target these people through social media and display that property to them so they can see it again 24 hours a day. >> it's great for homeowners an
all ready hot housing market is about to get hotter. >> the millennials are coming in and their first house is 8,000 to 900,000. >> what's that going to do to the market? >> push the prices up. >> and it is. >> boy is it ever. i remember the first house i bought in the early 90s was 145,000 in new hampshire. i thought i put 5 grand down. and did a lot of praying. and now people are coming in with huge gobs of money. it's a brave new world. >> it's a difficult market to get into. 8:57 on the clock. a final salute to a fallen deputy. we'll have more on the life of an alameda county sheriff deputy who died in a freeway accident. a bay area prosecutor under fire. up next a vote of no confidence for the contra kosta county da. more on that, when we return.
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morning. a really nice day out there. a little cool. we'll get the forecast from rosemary in just a moment. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday may 13th. >> happy weekend everyone. we'll get that forecast which is spectacular, mother's day tomorrow, of course. but first a busy news day too. early this morning, that massive fire erupting at a construction site along the oakland emeryville border. still an active scene now. around 450 home and businesses are in that area. and without power right now as well. that's an update. we've got kristen captain out there kind of checking on both fires. we also know this is not the first time that the building has caught fire. it is the second time in just less than a year. so a lot of questions surrounding that. and christian will have more on that in a few minutes. we're talking about this worldwide hack attack. malware spread to dozens of countries and tens of thousands
of companies. >> that included fedex. we'll take a look inside the cause of the attack and what's being done now to secure those systems and computers here in america. and a nigh game for the giants turned into an early morning game. and it went to extra innings in a big way. and buster posey sent the hometown fans home in a very good mood. he wins it in the 17th inning. giants fans feeling good this morning. we have other breaking news that we're following for you this morning as well in relation to the contra kosta county arson fire. we'll have an update on that as well. a very, very busy morning this morning, weather is good. if you like it cool and breezy. and we're looking at great weather. not only today but tomorrow. and we'll include the next day as well. not a lot of change going on over the next few days. eventually we'll see a bigger drop off. but let's talk about today. hopefully you have something fun planned if you're going to be out and about. it's going to be breezy. that tends to be a pain.
especially for allergy sufferers. something to be aware of for today. the winds picked up yesterday. they'll pick up again today. 56 santa rosa right now. 54 in san francisco. and most of us now in the 50s. we're still a little bit cooler than where we started yesterday morning. inland cities, as well as the east bay, shore land. and the penninsula. down by 3 degrees in areas around redwood city and mountain view. here's a look at the wind. sustained at 17. gusting to 25 in santa rosa .so it's picked up over the last half hour to hour or so. nevada reporting 16. oakland gusts at 18 miles per hour. so the winds let up in the over night hours. but now they're coming back and they're going to be with us and increasing as we get into the afternoon. half-moon bay, 18 miles per hour gusts reported there. san francisco stained at 10. if you're going to see the giants play this afternoon, cool and breezy. 61 degrees. west winds at 20.
gusting to 25 and 30. expect coming in and out of the ball park for it to be quite breezy and windy. 62 for san francisco. the afternoon high today. 65 in oakland. upper 60s concord. 70 degrees expected for antioch. tomorrow for your mother's day, a near repeat. temperatures will again fall off as we get into the business week and a chance for a few scattered showers. i'll have a look at the extended forecast for you coming up. all right rosemary. thank you. new this morning we want to get you back to the scene of the massive fire near the emeryville oakland border. >> on san pablo avenue, this is a building that was under construction. i want to show you video sent to us by a viewer. the building, just off interstate i-80. you can see how distracting and how massive that site was for people driving along going what was happening there. as you can see, there was concern over the embers that would come on the freeway. and you can see like even the
smoke there. >> that's 580. we were on 24. a good mile plus away. and it was big from there. i can't imagine driving right by it. >> the flames are spreading to nearby condos. that was an issue. there were evacuations. fortunately no one was hurt. you talk about that building though, this is deja vu, last july, that same building also caught fire, six alarms, that fire was blamed on fire works. >> that was july 6th. around the 4th of july, earlier this month firefighters told us the majority of the fire is contained but they'll be at the scene for the next 24 hours. christian was at the scene of the fire but then another fire started just about a block away. and he's out in front of that home now. christian. >> this gives you a sense of how fluid the situation is. you can see firefighters here. we're two blocks away from the initial fire that burned at 5:00 this morning. a police officer from oakland was just walking through the
area talking to neighbors in the area one neighbor asked him directly do you think an ember from this morning's fire caused this. that oakland police officer said yes. it seems that this is another fire that was started by that initial fire that burned this morning. so let's go ahead and show you video of that initial fire this morning and talk about that just to give you the latest information. crews still working on that fire. so as you can imagine, this is taxing their resources. now they're fighting two separate fires that are in relatively close proximity to one another. the first fire starting at 5:00 this morning. a huge orange fire ball in the morning sky. causing major damage to a building under construction. this is the second time that that building under construction has burned. the last time was january 6th. 2016. so at this point, there are still a lot of questions. we had a chance to talk with the chief of police this morning who told me there will be an extensive investigation to get to the bottom of the cause of the fire this morning
in emeryville. >> it will be investigated. it lot be a multiagency investigation. involving atf, a team that comes from around the country of experts in arson investigation. and we will be working closely with them as we did with the last fire, investigating the source. >> coming back to our live picture, you can see again, oakland firefighters working on this fire on 36th street here in oakland. this fire almost assuredly connected to that fire this morning. a lot of work going on here. a lot of work still under way at that initial fire because that fire according to fire officials is still not out. it's contained. but it's not out. so that's still drawing a great deal of resources. we'll continue to stay here and go back and forth between these two fires to monitor any new developments. but we were talking before about how easy this fire can spread. ryan and i were talking about this a moment ago.
you can see here, it doesn't take much you can look for it quickly. these are embers from that fire that started this morning. but it's pretty easy to see how far the embers spread. how they could have landed on a nearby roof and caused this fire. certainly a word of caution. anybody in the area, be sure that you monitor your home to make sure that there isn't an ember somewhere on that home. and again, there's also a major traffic impact in the area. this initial fire still under way to put that fire out. so the intersection of adeline, mcarthur, san pablo, still shut down. it's best to avoid the area all together. >> good advice. we'll check in later. christian live in emeryville. we have breaking news. an arrest made in connection to the contra kosta county car fire case. the fire protection district announced it's going to hold a news briefing about that arrest at 11:00 this morning.
now, we are hearing that the suspect was caught around midnight in vanesha. we're trying to confirm details right now. we know there have been seven car fires this week alone. on monday, there was a toyota rav 4 that went up if flames. on wednesday two more cars were set on fire. a honda civic in walnut creek and a chevy suburban in lafayette. some of the same firefighters who handled walnut creek blaze responded to the lafayette fire. then two car fires early thursday morning in brentwood. just a a mile from each other. one fire left a burned out shell of a pickup truck. we got this video of a shadowy figure that you can see walking in this area minutes before the fire started. finally two vehicles caught fire after 2:00 yesterday morning. a sedan explode into a fire ball into the walnut creek
area. and 15 minutes later a car was torched in lafayette. this string of car fires put residents throughout contra kosta county on edge. >> it's pretty scary. because if not for the vigilance of the neighbor that called, i was sound asleep. this would have probably spread to my house and god knows what would have happened then. authorities say there were more car fires before this week. they made catching the serial arsonist a top priority. we did get off the phone with the contra kosta county fire protection district. they're telling us they may release a picture of the suspect in the next hour. before the end of mornings on 2, if they do that, we'll bring it to you, and we have that press conference scheduled for later this morning. >> another fire over night. firefighters in oakland rescued -- trapped in a burning home. 74th avenue and lockwood street. when firefighters arrived they
say a family told them a child was still trapped inside the stretcher. the child was found in the back of the home, taken to the hospital, and is in serious condition this morning. firefighters put that fire out in 20 minutes. the cause is still under investigation. law enforcement officers are mourning the death of an alameda county sheriff deputy killed in an early morning crash yesterday. deputy ken was driving home from an over night shift at the jail yesterday morning when a charter bus slammed into his car from behind after it slowed or stalled on 580, the freeway. deputy ken heading east on 580 near grant line road and the altamont pass and livermore. carrying tesla employees from fremont back home to the valley in stockton. it's not clear what caused the crash. but chp says it's very possible the bus driver may have been blinded by the sun going up the pass. alameda county sheriff says deputy ken's death is a loss for the entire department.
the fact that law enforcement personnel sees so much in their normal course of duty, it's difficult for them to deal with that alone. and then when you deal with the loss of your own brother, it's really tragic. and heart wrenching. today would have been deputy ken's 51st birthday. he had been with the sheriff's department since 2007. he leaves behind a wife and four children. pressure mounting on the embattled contra kosta county da mark peterson a day after the grand jury recommended he be removed from office, some of his own deputies are speaking out against him now. peterson admitted back in december he had spent more than $66,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses. he was later fined by the state. then yesterday a seven member panel of the county's deputy da association issued a vote of no confidence and called for the rest of the 90 member union to join them. a deputy district attorney says
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visit your local dealer. good morning bay area, thank you for joining us. mostly clear skies to start the day. we'll have a lot of sunshine in store for your afternoon. it's a little cool out there. a little breezy. and the winds are expected to pick up as we get into the second half of your day. we'll have a look at what to expect for your bay area weekend coming up. there's a remarkable and smart group of young people from benicia planning an incredible journey. >> the kids you're looking at are from benicia middle school. they are competing in the world finals in michigan for odyssey of the mind. that's an academic competition where students have to solve a problem or question and
demonstrate their solution in a creative way. >> at the state championship, our team performed a skit about a super hero that saved the day three times. including a cliff hanger. >> that skit did involve a rap. [rapping] the team will be competing with over 800 teams from 26 countries. they have a go fund me set up to help pay for the cost of going. the team's coach terry todd and his entire team joins us in studio this morning. so really quickly before we spruce the team, tell us about this competition for people who aren't familiar with odyssey of the mind. what is it about? when you're coaching them it's about problem solving in a creative way. >> the focus of the problem is creative problem solving. in a team setting. we have teams of 5 to 7
participants age kindergarten through college. they're given a long-term problem to work on over the course of five months. and ten they're also given a spontaneous problem that they have to solve on the spot. >> how exciting is this to go to the world championships. >> it's incredible. i can't tell you. we had no idea we were going to be continuing on and continuing on. it's amazing but impressive to see what they created. michael is on the team. we can't interview all of you guys. but tell me who's on your team. >> okay. so this is aiden, jacob, ollie, michael, blake, turner. >> me and blake have done this before and we've gone and we've never made it to state. then going to state and going to world. the feeling is unimaginable. >> i would imagine. how do you prepare to go to michigan for the finals where you're going to have hundreds of teams from there across the
world? >> well, we're going to try to do what we've been doing before with our set and script and just tweak it to make it the best possible and just go to world. >> as a coach, what are you doing? you're not trying to tell them what to do or how to do it. you're letting them figure this out on their own. >> we're not allowed to give them ideas. we can ask questions to help them think about things. but we're not allowed to give them input. the biggest task is to keep them focused and on task which is a challenge at times. these are an incredibly creative group of whacky kids which is what makes them successful at this. you guys after school and in between activities are getting together. this is not in class in school. you have to really commit. how many hours a week? >> i don't know. before young go state. we were doing everyday after school. before regionals maybe like i
don't know, six to eight hours the day before. that's a lot. >> when you watch them work, it's kind of amazing, eighth graders, one seventh grader. >> i'm so proud of them. the commitment they've shown. i don't think anybody knew back in october that we'd still be doing this. so it's been a huge commitment. and they're a great group of kids. >> i know you've tried to raise money. it's expensive. so you guys have this go fund me. how's it going so far. >> we're half way to our goal. but we leave in less than two weeks. we're panicking trying to raise enough funds to offset the cost for the trip to michigan. our school board has been very successful -- supportive and successful in getting us part way there. but we have a lot of funds we're trying to raise. check out our go fund me page. >> that would obviously help.
it's a lot. good luck, what's the secret to success? >> hard work, team work. >> i think you guys have that done pat. so how many hours do you think you have in preparation over the next two weeks ? >> i don't know, a lot. >> all right. well, thank you for making time in that schedule to come in. we wish you the very best and hope you come home with that world championship title. that's awesome. rosemary. we'll send it over to you. good luck to you. outside our doors it's going to be an awesome day. mostly sunny skies. temperatures very similar to where we have been lately. and that breeze, picking up as well. there's a look from san francisco across the bay, we have boats on the go all ready this morning. a lot of folks on the go. you can see on the bay bridge we have some traffic. it looks like it's smooth going. chp issues advisories for bridges this morning the wind is gusty at times. just something to be aware of if you're going to be on the roadways. this cooler pattern remains if
place not only for the rest of this week. but next week we'll introduce the possibility of scattered showers. i'll show you that in the extended forecast. today, fair skies, breezy conditions once again. afternoon highs ranging from the low 60s to the low 70s. here's a look at the future cast model as we get into the afternoon. notice a lot of sunshine out there. if you're going to tahoe, it's going to be cool. it's going to be dry. but things get interesting as we get into the back end of the weekend. we're now into sunday which happens to be mother's day. and you notice we're seeing a little bit of blue pop up. maybe some high elevation shower activity. over maybe, i don't know, mount hamilton. the diablo range you can see, the rest of us will remain dry. on the cool side for your mother's day. but this is where we'll see a better chance at scattered showers. and it could be a mix of rain and snow for the tahoe area if you are going to be out camping this weekend in the foothills or in the sierra.
it's going to be chilly out there. temperatures right now here at home, we have 50s around the region. 57 in hayward. north bay, 55 in novato. a lot of 50s along the penninsula as well. 55 for foster city. 54 wood side. 58 degrees in belmont. here's a look at your east bay shore line forecast. hayward, alameda, oakland, san leandro, emeryville. temperatures in the low 60s by noontime, 63. and we'll stay put for the rest of the day until we cool back into the dinner hour, 60 degrees expected around 5:00, 6:00, here's a look at the afternoon highs in north bay, 70 degrees for napa. 68 in antioch. 60 for the afternoon. low 60s expected if you're going to see the giants play. it's going to be cool and bree virginia out there with sunny skies. 68 san jose. and 70 degrees expected for santa cruz.
temperatures not going to budge a lot sunday, monday. but now we're into tuesday. and we're looking at a cool down. keeping if mind along the coast and around the bay we can't get much cooler than this. but we're looking at temperatures dropping 5 to 10 degrees for inland communities on tuesday with scattered showers a possibility. it doesn't really last. we rebound on wednesday. but there's no heat up in that extended forecast. so for folks that were enjoying the 80s and 90s. >> and we were complaining about that. >> i might have been complaining. >> see what you did claudine. >> i know i'm sorry. coming up, a half a million dollars of stolen makeup and cosmetics. the bust by berkeley pd that has two people behind bars this morning. the giants and the reds started playing on friday night and they kept going into saturday morning. the final moment that sealed last night's 17, yes, you heard right, 17 inning game.
the giants figured out a way to beat the reds. it took over time to do it. tied up at 2. in the 17th late last night or early this morning. buster posey sent home the faithful with this. >> line drive, left field, it's out of here. >> thank you very much. you can all go home. buster's reaction was priceless. he wasn't jubilant. he was relieved. 17 innings of catching. i doubt he plays today. the second longest game at at&t. the longest was 18 innings in 01. buster launched the game winner at 1:00 this morning. 5 plus hours of baseball. and buster is hot, 7 and 19 the past week with four home runs. giants win it 3-2. boy did they need it. back in the ball park today at 1:00. a's were on the wrong end of a walk off winner.
this one went the normal nine innings. about a three hour game. matt joyce takes a bite out of that fastball. drills it out of the park. bottom of the 9th. tied at 2. >> down the right field line, it's gone. a home run. a three-run shot for gallow. >> that's your ball game. off the foul pole. three-run shot. the game winner. a's lose it 5-2. they'll take on texas again today. >> actor and comedian will farrell gave the commencement speech yesterday. he told the graduates he's an expert at giving commencement speeches and listed his past experiences. >> school of trucking, university of phoenix, hollywood dj academy, and trump university. [ laughter ]
>> will farrell. will farrell was given an honorary degree. he's been a big supporter of the school over the years. he told graduates to ignore the critics and follow their dreams. he finished his speech by serenading the graduates. ♪ and i will always love you ♪will always love you >> what a treat. what a treat. i can't remember who was at my graduation. >> you know it's like you don't know if he's going to be a little serious. or maybe not. it's will farrell. >> i'd pay to go to that. >> i think what a treat for everyone there. 9:28, coming up, a massive cyber attack hitting thousands of companies and dozens of countries worldwide. we'll have more on the effect of the biggest attack ever of its kind.
on this saturday. let's start off with a look at your weather. we look out at blue skies. it's a little deceiving if you haven't been outside. >> yes, make sure you test the waters. >> yes. >> make sure you have that extra layer just in case. it may not be breezy outside your door. but there's a lot of wind stirring around. it could be breezy to the place where you're headed. temperatures are climbing at this hour. inching our way toward 60 degrees. right now, santa rosa, 56. isn't that a gorgeous view of the golden gate bridge. so the wind that's been out there over the last couple days helps to bring us this great air and great visibility. san francisco, 56, oakland, 57. we have 54 livermore. and 56 in san francisco. santa rosa in the 40s. so we're beginning to see a turn around. temperatures are cooler than where we started yesterday morning. but for most it's tough to tell by a few degrees or so. winds are generally light in
fairfield. breezy in oakland. novato, 22, half-moon bay, 20 to 25 over the last hour or so. now reporting 17. and sfo, the on shore breeze sustained at 10, san jose, 10, breezy, winds pick up in the afternoon, if you're going to see the giants play, mostly clear, but cool and windy, westerly breeze at 20 miles per hour. and gusts could be even stronger than that. game time 1:05. low 60s in san francisco for the afternoon. 65 in oakland. 66 in livermore. and for is south bay, 68 san jose. 70 for napa for the afternoon. the numbers are a lot like yesterday. tomorrow will be like today. we'll get a bigger cool down. and the chance for some rain coming our way by tuesday. i'll have a look at your extended forecast coming up. thank you rosemary. it's been a very busy morning for firefighters here in the east bay. a massive five alarm fire
started near the emeryville oakland border around 5:00 this morning. it happened at a building under construction on san pablo avenue. 40 minutes ago another fire started about a block away. we have new video of this first fire sent to us by a viewer driving by here on interstate 580. flames could be seen from that freeway. we came down 24 from a mile plus away. you can see it from all over the play. flames spread to nearby condos. and there were evacuations in the neighborhood. but fortunately no injuries to report. and by the way, this very same building caught fire last july. in a six alarm fire. a lot of questions about that. as of this morning's fire, we know firefighters say the majority is contained. but they do have hot spots. it spread to nearby condos. they say it'll be at the scene for the next 24 hours. christian has been at the scene of the first fire and the secondary fire this morning and christian, it's so much going
on. so many moving pieces now. how it started seems to be taking a backseat now. >> absolutely, a very active scene for oakland firefighters right now. let's give you a look. you can see this initial fire started around 5:00 this morning. fire officials still putting water on this fire trying to make sure it doesn't spread. trying to contain this fire. trying to extinguish this fire. we talked before about how there had been a previous fire at this location. one of the questions we had. and we talked about it earlier, was the possibility there may be surveillance video. if you look over here, you can see my photographer spotted this earlier, that tower with surveillance cameras on it. so we're hoping that perhaps those cameras may have captured the beginning of this fire. we're going to try to get in contact with the security company. we'll try to get in contact with the builder at some point in time to see if we can get that video. but that's for a later day. for now, let's show you what this fire looked like at 5:00
this morning. neighbors describe it. anyone in the area describes it as a huge orange fire ball that filled the night sky. this fire started sometime around 5:00 this morning. at this building under construction. this building was for some 100 or so housing units. so it gives you a sense of just how big this unit was. just how big this construction site was. and just how many building materials were hikely here that were able to burn. -- were likely here that were able to burn. there were a lot of open areas. it could get a lot of oxygen. this fire burned very hot. hot enough in fact to melt a crane that was hanging over the scene. and sending embers all over the place. in fact, those embers likely responsible for a second fire. now, we just went over to that other fire about 40 minutes ago when we were continuing our coverage here at this initial fire. we looked over, saw a plume of smoke rising just about two blocks away. we rushed over there.
and found another home under fire. oakland firefighters doing what they could to make entry into the home. trying to put the fire out. trying to gain control of the fire. other neighbors describe seeing embers and burning pieces from the first fire all over the neighborhood. so of course the concern that there could be more spot fires out there this morning. the oakland fire department said that certainly the wind has been a complicating factor when it comes to fighting this fire. >> when we got here, the other complication was that there was a lot of wind. we had other buildings not far from here, that because of embers were also caught on fire. so we have to set up another group of engine companies and truck companies to go to that area and fight fire in that area. >> you can see exactly what we're talking about as you can see there is still active flame inside the building inside neighboring buildings.
so as you can tell, this is going to be a very difficult effort for firefighters. firefighters telling us earlier it's going to be 24 hours of trying to surround and drown this fire. now, there is one piece of good news out of all of this, and that is that we have not heard any reports of any major injuries associated with this. one security worker apparently was minorly injured. did not need to be transported away. that's the good news. now there's also going to be the investigation. as we talked about before. this is the second fire to burn at the same location. that first fire burning back in july 2016. we talked earlier with emeryville's police chief, and she says that there will be a multijurisdictional investigation that will also include the atf to try to determine exactly how this fire and that previous fire started. >> okay. thanks for that update, christian, still a lot of work ahead of us. >> and a lot of questions to
answer as well. we've gotten a number of pictures that have been posted on social media. some sent here to ktvu. the building was being rebuilt after the last time. the most complete construction caught fire in 2016. thallous power. a number of people were without power this morning. and it was massive. >> we talked about what you can see when you were driving by. this person tweeted huge fire in emeryville. and really it was in terms of a spectacular site -- >> you were glued. we were on 24 coming in from the east bay. the minute you got through the tunnel you could see a big orange orb over the emeryville area. >> people are saying this is the second time. there are going to be a lot of questions about how this could happen again. the first time they said it was fire works. they're maybe rethinking that. we don't know at this time. at this point getting all the hot spots out is the priority.
and that picture there is amazing. and it burned for a long time. >> it was a six alarm fire. a little bit bigger. we apologize for that last tweet that had a not so nice word on that. but we move along. it was an unreal morning. a very busy morning this morning. and we continue. police in sonoma are asking for help this morning to find a missing 83-year-old man who suffers from dementia. officers say he went for a bike ride yesterday afternoon but never came home. he was last seen at 4:00. police say he didn't have a cell phone with him at the time. he's 6-2. he weighs 175-pounds. he wears a blue, plaid, flannel shirt and blue jeans and a black bike helmet. he was riding a black or silver style cruiser bike. security teams if several countries are working to restore computer systems that were part of a massive cyber attack. more than 75 countries were hit
yesterday in what is believed to be the biggest cyber attack of its kind. the attack infected computers with ransom ware and demanded a payment to unlock finals. russia appeared to be the hardest hit. but the cyber attack also effected britain's hospital system. they were forced to turn away patients because the system was down. that attack was not as widespread as we saw in other countries. >> these hackers were able to exploit a vulnerability that the nsa had identified that should have been patched. but they might not have been fast enough. >> the unknown hackers exploited a weakness in older versions of microsoft windows. microsoft fixed the issue in march but some companies may not have updated systems. microsoft will fix the problem for free for everyone. a british researcher helped stop the cyber attack but warned it's only a matter of time before the hackers figure out how to do it again.
faculty and staff at uc berkeley made a device to under go screening for tb after coming into contact with someone who contracted the disease. the active case of tb discovered off campus at campus shared services on fourth street near interstate 80. the university won't say if a student or staff member is infect bud the school says it's contacted everyone who may have come in contact with that person. they've offered screening to those who may have been exposed. testing begins monday. police are showing off half a million dollars in stolen cosmetics seized from a string of drugstore robberies in alameda county. investigators found the device. suspects were arrested on suspicion of receiving those stolen goods. some cosmetics reportedly still had stickers. four other suspects were also arrested in connection with the robbery. pg and e notifying
customers in sonoma that utility crews will come around this month and next month to inspect gas meters. some residents have been warned about pg and e impersonators. contractors will have a cell phone or tablet to take photos, wear a pg and e hard hat, safety vest, and have the proper identification. these meter inspections will not effect gas service either. thinking about robin williams and his final moments on the big screen. we'll preview the last movie in which williams is featured.
good morning folks. not the 4th of july. but it's mother's day weekend. and we have some dry pretty weather in store. that cool, breezy weather that weaver been seeing over the last couple days is going to stick around for your bay area weekend. i'll have a look at your numbers for today and what you can expect in the extended forecast, coming up. 9:46. if you have state farm insurance you could get a refund. 250,000 state farm customers are eligible for a refund after california's department of insurance said state farm rates are too high. californians with homeowners and renters policies will get refunds for over charges between december and february. the refunds are happening because the insurance commissioner required state farm to lower rates in december. and the bay area's 23rd annual bike to workday earlier this week is being called a success by the metropolitan transportation commission.
they're happy to see more and more cities making their streets bike-friendly. they provide 20 million a year for bike projects around the bay area. almost 100,000 people road their bikes on thursday creating a greener commute. happening today, san francisco's hard rock cafe getting ready to reopen its doors the restaurant has undergone six months of renovations. restaurant managers say the entire facility got a major facelift. bands are scheduled to play outside the restaurant all weekend long. if you'd like to check it out, the reopening set for this morning. it kicks off at 10:00. sal was over there yesterday and said it looks terrific. final movie featuring the talents of robin williams appears this in theaters this week. >> biscuits, please, please, please, come to think of it, i wouldn't mind shagging your leg right now. >> robin williams is the voice of the dog. the film is about a man who
gets the power to do anything he wants. robin williams recorded the parts in december of 2013. and later that summer in august took his own life. the film by the way is rated r. 9:48 on the clock. if you're about to head out the door and wonder will it be hot later? rosemary is here to tell you, no. it's not hot. today will feel like yesterday with a breeze out there. temperatures not changing a lot. low 60s to low 70s expected for your afternoon today. we'll have plenty of sunshine. if you like the sun, that's going to be with us not only for today but tomorrow for your mother's day. very similar conditions expected. in fact, we'll hold on to this pattern for the next several days. our chance for rain moves in on tuesday as we see a dip in temperatures. and i'll show you that in the extended forecast. but first a look at the skyline in oakland where we're starting out again with mostly sunny skies around the bay, along the coast, and inland for today. the wind out there is providing us with some good visibility. really pretty pictures going
around this morning. here's a view of storm tracker 2. and here's a look at the trough that remains. a ride over the west. you can see it right in there. there we are in the middle of it. the temperatures not going to change a lot. the winds died down in the over night hours. but they're picking back up. they'll be breezy to windy for the afternoon today. especially along the coastline. and perhaps inside the bay. maybe for the hills as well. fairfield is calm at the moment. but oakland is gusting to 18 miles per hour. sustained at 14 in novato. santa rosa has a northwest gust at 25. if we go south a little bit sustained at 10 in san jose gusting to 21 half-moon bay. so expect another round of cool, breezy weather for your saturday. here's your future cast model today pretty uneventful. even the sierra, not bad. cool, breezy. but no rain to speak of. that changes though on sunday. notice here we are sunday afternoon. and the sierra picking up showers. possibility of rain and snow there. because it's a cool system for
this time of the year. here at home, partly cloudy skies, picking up a few higher elevation showers. so the diablo range mound hamilton maybe a few sprinkles -- mount hamilton maybe a few sprinkles. temperatures outside right now, 57 degrees in fremont. 56 in novato. along the penninsula. 57 in redwood city. afternoon highs for today, low 60s to low 70s for most. a little cooler in pacifica. mid to upper 60s for the east bay shore. upper 60s near 70 for the inner east bay as well as the north bay. and our south bay location, 68 for you san jose. your extended forecast, we'll continue with similar weather. only subtle changes over the next 72 hours or so. sunday and monday. a near repeat in the weather before we take a bigger drop in temps. 5 degrees cooler on tuesday and a chance for scattered showers. all right.
we'll take it. >> not giving us a choice again. the bay area housing market is one of the most expensive in the country. >> it's not slowing down any time soon. and that's thanks in part, as you found out to a new generation of home buyers. >> they had been sitting on the housing sideline. not ready to commit to the responsibility of a monster mortgage. but a new generation of first time home buyers is finally diving in. >> the millennials. they're coming out in droves right now. >> millennials in their late 20s to mid 30s. they've left that second stay at mom and dad's house. their student debt is under control. and they're tired of renting without financial benefits. they are house hunting in force in the east bay. >> with the millennials, it started about a year ago. >> remax broker lisa caldwell noticed the change. >> the millennials have a lot of technology on hand. they're ready at a moments notice. they're good at making decisions quickly.
a lot of them have high powered jobs. they're used to making decisions quickly. and they have a good income stream. >> 42% of home mortgages acquired by fanny may are from first time home buyers. that's up from a low of 31% in 2011. experts believe some of those first timers come from this new generation of tech savvy home shoppers. their needs are all about convenience. they want a home close to transportation. a good walking score and a bevy of good restaurants nearby. but bigger than that -- >> i would say good cell reception and good internet is definite. >> mark alexander is remax's social media man. >> they want accessibility. very quickly created at least the facebook page. >> the days of posting a sign and passing out brochures long gone. if you want to target a millennial, you better be social. facebook, pinterest, instagram, or for get it. >> we'll actually identify those people where they're
likely to be from, what interest they may have. which will suit the property. and we'll proactively target these people through social media and display that property to them so they can see it again 24 hours a day. >> with this influx of a new generation of buyers, it's great for homeowners, an all ready hot housing market is about to get hotter. >> they're not buying a 500,000- dollar property. the millennials are coming in and their first house is 800 to 900,000. >> what's that going to do for the market? >> push prices up. >> and it is. >> imagine buying your first house at 800,000. it's crazy in the bay area. >> it's tough going. i think a lot of people are frustrated with that. >> some people are moving out. going to portland oregon or austin texas. >> i've heard a lot of people doing that as well. we move along. coming up bart issues a warning. the south bay expansion gets
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the tracks are hum with 1,000- volts of electricity. more than enough to kill anybody who touches them. transit workers are trying to warn people making sure people understand that even though the trains aren't on the tracks they're potentially deadly. >> we're going into the neighborhood to try to contact tens of thousands of people to let them know. residences. businesses, schools, homeless shelters to let people know to take this seriously and not go near the tracks. >> officials are worried people might trespass and use the tracks as a shortcutment your best bet is so stay away. don't go near the tracks. good news if you ride bart, some of the work they were doing around the station, they're not going to do it tomorrow. so you won't have to take a bus to get to the next spot. >> finally a place to see the game. a view at the extended forecast, temperatures not changing over the next few
days. a little cool, a little breezy, a chance for scattered showers even on tuesday. looks good. we have a lot of news we're following. the big fire in oakland. new developments in the contra kosta car arson. stay with us for all the latest. in the mean time, enjoy your saturday folks and we're back tonight at 6:00.
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