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we're tracking the story on air and online. someone shot a man in the back of the head before 4:00 this afternoon. it happened inside a building that houses the department of corrections at 13th and van ness near 101. >> we know this. the shooter got away. but there are plenty of witness ws. let's bring in sam brock in san francisco with the newest details. sam? >> reporter: raj, jessica, we just spoke with a young man, 20 years old, who was stunned. he said this was his first day at the san francisco conservation corps. this was the first day for the victim here. according to this participant in the program, someone walked into the building today, took out a gun and shot the victim in the back of the head. nothing said before that. this man, as i said, barely was able to put words together. it was just so stunning. what you're looking at right now, the situation in the parking lot which houses a whole different of number of agencies and offices here as they get
into the throes of the investigation. the building is home to the san francisco conservation corps, that's job and life skills training. it also has women's clinics and regular offices and, of course, parole services for the cdcr. here is james jones talking about coming out of the bathroom to hear this. >> i heard people screaming and a lot of chaos. i came out and heard people saying somebody, oun of our crew members had got shot. and he was laying there on the ground. and i don't know. it's very emotional. it's just like -- it was his birthday. his first day at work, too. i don't know why somebody would do that. >> reporter: police sources tell us that the victim in this case was on pre-trial release and was wearing an electronic ankle bracelet monitoring his movements. here's what the department of corrections just issued. a statement of the investigation is in the early stages.
therefore, details are preliminary. however, at this time the shooting does not appear to involve parole agent staff or parolees. agents heard the shots fired and responded immediately to administer first aid to the vic timt. as for the suspect, raj and jess, he fled out of the building, jumped into a white car and sped away. he was wearing a red hoodie and blue pants and this process right now, we do not have an update on where plys police are in trying to track down the suspect. we know that the victim is in life-threatening condition at sf general and certainly, we're praying for him at this hour. that is the latest here in san francisco. back to you. >> sam, we'll continue to update the story throughout this newscast. when the news initially broke, we posted it immediately to all of our digital platforms, including twitter. you can follow us for all of our breaking news at twitter at nbc bay area. turning to our weather. it was nice while it lasted. after a brief break, the rain is
back for the evening commute. you're looking at a live look at the san mateo be you can see it's stormy. let's bring in our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. here we go again. another spring storm. but this one may be more sporadic than before. >> certainly. so we've had that rainfall move through the north bay. now this is pushing off towards the south. at the current moment, we look at storm ranger, doppler radar, you can see the heavier downpours. we are done with this event in the north bay. it's moving off to the south. we'll put a track in the top spot. over berkeley and oakland, heavy rainfall moving to the north and the east into concord. more off to theting hit. berkeley by 6:41. orinda, 6:49. down here in this area over the peninsula. mountain view getting the rainfall. beenwill continue into fremont fairly quiet.
we're seeing the downpours over downtown. you've got more rainfall here in the way as we head through the next 30 to 45 minutes. we have the rain we're tracking right now. another storm this week gets here by wednesday morning. we'll take you through the forecast and when you can see the sun return. two updates. one at 6:19. one at 6:48. see you then. >> jeff, see you then. breaking news out of sunnyvale. we've learned that a 4-year-old has fallen out of a fourth story apartment complex. the details not really clear. marianne favro joins us live. did he fall off the balcony, a window, what do we know? >> reporter: well, unfortunately, we still have a lot of unanswered questions. we just a hierrived here at the apartment complex on poplar avenue in sunnyvale. earlier this afternoon, a 4-year-old did fall from this four-story apartment building. now, what we don't know yet is
whether that was a young boy or a young girl. but we do know that that 4-year-old child was taken by ambulance with injuries to a local hospital. right now, you can see that police are processing this scene. right now, there's no sign of foul play. but this is standard protocol that police process the scene. especially when involving a minor. unfortunately, we don't know how that young child is doing at this time. we also don't know if the child fell off a balcony or perhaps leaned against a winnow. these are all the questions i'll be asking out here. for now, we know that that child has been transported to a local hospital with major injuries. reporting live in sunnyvale, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> marianne, thank you. top democrats are saying not so fast today. do they have a leg to stand on? is president trump right to say he's off the hook after receiving at that four-page
summary of the mueller report over the weekend, essentially clearing the president of collusion. democrats are demanding to see the full report into russian election meddling. both parties say they want attorney general william barr to testify on capitol hill. in his four-page summary of special counsel robert mueller's report, barr tells congress mueller did not find that members of the trump campaign coordinated with russia. however, mueller did not reach a conclusion on obstruction. instead, leaving that up to barr, who decided there wasn't enough evidence to charge the president with a crime. >> this 100% the way it should have been. i wish it could have gone a lot sooner, quicker. >> we have a four-page summary written by somebody else. he's a political appointee lds and controversy. democratic leaders say they're pushing to subpoena both mueller and barr to testify before
congress. our pritt colitical analyst is us. larry gerston is here. correct me if i'm wrong, this was a huge victory for president trump. >> absolutely. no question about it. it's a huge victory because they didn't come up with anything to say he's done something wrong. we're not sure about justice so we have to let that go. two big issues everyone has been listening to all along. the thing that comes out of this is, people look at this and say, oh, that's the mueller report. it's not the mueller report. it's attorney general barr's summary of the report. but still, so many people aren't going to think of it that way. the president is off the hook. now he's pointing the fingers at the democrats. there's hardly any other wa look at it, except for right now the president looks pretty good. >> moving forward here, can we move on now or is there some reason we should be very concerned? >> we are hardly done with this. there are 12 separate investigations going on right
now in five different venues. the eastern district of virginia, washington, d.c., the southern district of new york, the states of new york and new jersey. 12 investigations going on. many of them outside the purview of the special counsel. lots going on. you know what, who knows when and how those things enter and end. for now, it's all about the president. and he has the biggest pulpit of all of -- and he's making hay of it as one would expect. >> the democrats might come back in a big way. we'll ask you more questions in 25 minutes. >> thank you, gentlemen. the parents of katestein le. they upheld the dismissal of the lawsuit against the city and former sheriff. mark matthews is outside the court of appeals in san francisco with more on today's decision. mark?
>> reporter: the three-judge panel, jessica, ruled unanimously that the sheriff and the city acted within the law when they refused to cooperate with federal immigration agents. that knocks down the steinle family's claim of negligence. >> kate steinle was killed mere on pier 14 in july of 2015. she was just 32 years old when she was hit by a bullet that ricocheted from a gun fired by jose garcia zarate i. he has a history of drug conviction and deportations. he was on the pier after being released from jail. then sheriff telling his not to notify immigration when they released undocumented inmates in keeping with san francisco's sanctuary city policy. >> that's a hard thing to get over when we feel the grief that all of us feel about what happened at pier 14 in 2015. >> former supervisor john avalos wrote the sanctuary city
regulation saying it was intended to encourage undocumented immigrants to work with police rather than hide from the law. a jury acquitted him but convicted him on a gun charge. we reached out to kate steinle's parents but got no response. our calls to the sheriff, named in the suit also, went unanswered. the city attorney's office saying the city is heartbroken for the steinle family but added that the ruling of the court allows the city to decide what policies are best to protect. all of its residents and make communities safer. the case grabbed national headlines and sparked protests from groups seeking tougher immigration enforcement. january avalos says his role in the case brought him death threats. >> my former house, the cars in front of it, were torched. the house itself, the facade of the house got burned. >> reporter: avalos says he's convinced that the two were related. the burning of the house and the
steinle case. however, he admits police were unconvinced. reporting from san francisco, mark matthews, nbc bay area news. up next at 6:00, apple's next big thing includes a lot of star power in the south bay today. the big names that hit the stage in cupertino. apple unveiled its new products. plus, they're scared to go to the boardwalk. the reason america's number one movie has people thinking twice about going to santa cruz. storm ranger, mobile doppler radar shows the latest round of rain is moving in. we'll let you know when it moves out and another storm behind it set to hit the bay area coming up in seven minutes. caught a loe
south bay is once again fighting for its survival .. we first brought you the story of the primal canine ) treagainst fighting for survival. we first brought you the story of primal canine facility in morgan hill because someone believed it was harming dogs or training them to fight. those concerns turned out to be unfounded. primal canine is afraid it's the one being put down. nbc bay area's rabb ert han da joins us with the story you'll only see on nbc bay area. a survival of the fittest here. >> reporter: that's right. the people here at primal canine, they're used to getting reactions, especially when you put bold lettering on your vans and buildings. they're afraid the public
misunderstands what they do. it's led to complaint and may force them to close their doors. >> that's a good girl. >> debbie hernandez of morgan hill couldn't always pray outside with the rescue dog she adopted until the german shepherd was trained by primal canine. >> she would see another dog on the other side of the street and go at it. >> how did this place help? >> it's helped tremendously. really developed my relationship with the dog significantly. >> good boy. >> primal canine has been in morgan hill for about a year. the owner, mike jones, acknowledges the city has gotten complaints and believes the city is pressuring primal canine to close. as we showed last year sreprese. jones said it's because passersby mistook training for abuse. it's rezoned to light industrial. it requires primal kay nan to pay an $8,000 to $9,000
nonrefundable conditional use permit. >> you're gambling with money to see if the city allows you to stay. at that point if you get the permit, you get the c.u.p. if anyone complains that's against your permit and the city can pull you at any time. >> the trainer says he feels primal canines is being unfairly junld. like this dog. >> instantly, people cross the street with us walking around the facility here. there's a lot of judgment based on his looks. >> reporter: we did reach out to the code enforcement officer in charge of this case. but so far we've not heard back. we did find out that primal canine has until the end of this week, march 29th to decide what to do, gamble on the conditional use permit, operate without it and face fines or shut down. live in morgan hill, robert handa, nbc bay area news. a-list celebrities in cupertino today. all in town.
oprah. for apple's next big thing. big bird, jennifer aniston among them. apple will making a monumental announcement. leaving people with a lot of questions. what is this new streaming service and how much will it cost? our business and tech reporter scott budman joins us from cupertino with more. tell us in plain english, why is this a big deal? >> reporter: raj, it is a big deal. it's going to change the way we stream and watch television. one thing we know about the streaming service, apple has a lot of actors and producers and directors on board to create original content. now, earlier today here at apple, the company kind of flipped the script a bit. it didn't come up with new products, instead, gave us a peek into its streaming service called apple db plus that's aimed directly at netflix.eatur created by people like reese witherspoon, jennifer aniston and oprah winfrey and steve spielberg who has been recently
critical of streaming services. we don't know when apple tv plus will launch. they say sometime in the fall. we know that apple, like disney and amazon and netflix is kind of trying to be all things to all people when it comes to entertainment. >> this is how the world is today. this big conglomerates are becoming more and more powerful and consumer seems to be happy to go to one place and get as much as they can. >> pretty interesting. scott, not to be forgotten, apple announcing a new type of credit card. like an apple card. instead of using amex. you use the credit card. this is a major pivot here. >> it is raj. it's being all things to all people. in the fall, apple says it will come out with a game streaming service. it's going to be apple arcade and like you mentioned, the credit card. an actual physical credit card, a companion to the apple pay on
your phone. this is a real credit card that will work in stores. they say it will be more secure than most credit cards because of encryption. it will have cash back rewards. one thing we know about that, there will be less of a cost they say. no fees. it's trying to be like netflix and amazon. less of a company dependent on gadgets and more ever a company that can make money and get loyalty based on software and services. we'll keep you posted. live here at apple headquarters. back to you in the studio. >> very interesng. thank you, scott. there's a family in our driveway. >> probably the neighbors. >> okay. step aside giant dipper. you are no longer the scariest thing at the boardwalk. in theeoplee, "us." the movie is so scary that people are afraid to go back to the boardwalk.
e reaction online has been strong. they joked the movie is so scary, he's dropping out of school. we went to the boardwalk to see if anyone else was reluctant to visit. >> when i posted saying we were hanging out here, everyone was like did you see that movie? you have to see that movie if you're there. you're going to freak out. >> the movie is giving the boardwalk a will the of expos e exposure. the highest debut for a horror film. that makes me want to see it more. i want to go there and be scared. midght showing tonight. >> t goboardwalk. >> i was thinking of the movie at the boardwalk. i know you'd be down for that. >> yes. >> fun. >> wouldn't want to do that tonight. we havenf on in. inside theater is definitely your best bet. lts take you into the microclimate forecast. on the lens in san francisco and
we have 56 degrees. we're going to keep that chance of spotty rain in the forecast as we head throughout the next couple of hours and chilly 50s. storm ranger and mobile doppler radar. i'm going to show you what's happening. check out the rain line. this definitive edge here between the rain and where it's cleared out. that's the back edge of the cold front. the cold front basically provides all of the uplift necessary to produce the downpours. as the cold front scoots across, it will keep the heavier downpours ahead of it and back behind it. we're done with the rainfall. we're dry in santa rosa. heavier pockets in the east bay. this is moving off to the north into concord. keeping it heavy here. certainly through 6:58 tonight. off to the south, rain in unionn downtown san jose. really, the most activity we see over the next 20 to 30 minutes in the south bay is in sunnyvale by 6:35. then fremont and milpitas within
the next 45 minutes. our ryne rainfall forecast through tonight, best chance in south bay and east bay. by tomorrow morning, we hold on to the chance of spotty rain. tomorrow afternoon, not a lot expected with a mix of sun and clouds as well. so we'll talk more about our next chance of rainfall after this current storm system that could bring another quarter inch or more. i'll have details at 6:48 tonight. >> we'll see you shortly. thanks, jeff. there are only two pandas remaining in california. they are now leaving the state. we'll tell you why. be your best self... .
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arrived, public education about pandas has improved, it went from endangered to vulnerable. by the way, the zoo is hosting a panda celebration until the pair leaves for china at the end of april. it's a powerful message delivered by two powerful organizations. the warriors and nike teaming up during women's empowerment month to show young girls there are a lot of career opportunities out there. dozens of middle school girls got the chance to meet a diverse group of professionals today at the bay view ymca in san francisco. they got to lrn about creative and product marketing and of course, a little basketball. you see warriors center damian jones dropping in. up next, no criminal charges but not exonerated either. up next at 6:30, larry gerston is back with new insight into that mocrats' strategy mueller report. also a shooting in downtown walnut creek.
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we'll continue to provide updates on all of our social media platforms on how this boy is doing. >> the mueller investigation is done but a new battle begins. democrats demanding to see the entire properreport. less than 24 hours after a summary was delivered to congress, democrats want to hear from the man himself, along with robert mueller. democrats know what's in the report. now they want to know why. our janelle wang is following the latest battle. >> no evidence of conspiring with therussians. president trump elated by the findings but still irritated. on the monday after the mueller report delivery, president trump continuing his victory lap. >> a 100% the way it should have been. i wish it could have gone a lot soon sooner, quicker. we can never let this happen to another president again, i can tell you that. >> attorney general barr submitted a four-page report to
congress. it did not find that members of the trump campaign colluded to influence the 2016 presidential election. on obstruction, mueller did not reach a conclusion, instead leaving that up to barr who writes the special counsel states that while this report does not prove the president committed a crime, it does not exonerate here. barr and rosenstein deciding there is not enough evidence to charge the president with a crime. democrats not satisfied. >> right now we have a four-page summary written by somebody else. not by robert mueller. that somebody else is not a disinterested party. he's aump. >> pushing to subpoena both mueller and barr to testify before congress. meanwhile, president trump appearing to attack those who started the investigation. >> there are a lot of people out there that have done evil things, bad things. i would say treasonous things against our country. >> after months of going after mueller personally, he was asked whether mueller acted honorably.
>> yes. >> as for releasing the report, president trump says it would not bother him at all. he's leaving that decision up to his attorney general. >> house democrats are demanding the attorney general release the full report to congress no later than next tuesday, april 2nd. raj? janelle, thank you. a lot of smiles at the white house. lts bring in larry gerston back with us. we discussed a major victory for president trump. do people really care now that this is sort of said and done. moving forward, do they care about what's happening here or focus on the next election? >> you've got three groups. the republicans are elated. the democrats down in the dumps. it's the ones in the middle. the ones who weren't that involved, the independents most likely to make a difference in the next election, those are the ones you're watching for. judging from what we've seen so far, they're going to lay low. not my issue anymore. >> the polling suggests it's immigration and economy, not this. regardless if the president is in the right or wrong. >> way low on the schedule.
it's very important to trump's base. all the studies show that that base is more motivated than the democrats saw. the opposite of what we saw. >> the democrats, what do they do tonight? >> they have to be careful. they can't overstep. first of all, they want to see what the polling says. has the president's stature risen? what does that mean for them? they want to be careful and use the tools they have carefully. principally, committee investigations, five committees right now. investigating all kinds things that go beyond, beyond what mueller was looking at. ivana trump's involvement with the patents with china. jared kushner, with real estate deals. the corruption issues, a number of cabinet appointments. all of these things can be looked at very closely by these committees. all of them were outside the jurisdiction of mueller >> optics matter. the democrats don't get the ittory, ithis. sour grapes approximate they continue to follow this. >> remember they had the benghazi investigation for four
years, four years. came up with nothing. the democrats this, not just for political benefits, but because they think something is there that has not been looked at seriously. maybe the mueller report will come out with something better. so far they say, we've been hoos hoodwinked. we think there's more to look at. remember, there are two important goals of congress. one to authorize money. two, to investigate. just like the republicans did with benghazi, you can bet the democrats will try to get to the bottom of this in their mind right now. >> so the beat goes on. thank you, larry. if you want to watch the raw video of president trump talking about the mueller report, it's on our it page at nbc pay a nbcbayarea.com. michael avenatti will not spend the night in jail. he posted $300,000 bond in his embezzlement and extortion case. avenatti is accused of trying to he extort money from nike and
threatening to use damaging information against company. tomorrow he said he'd disclose a high school and college basketball scandal involving nike. >> when the company's lawyers resisted paying avenatti to conduct an internal investigation, avenatti told the company it could skip paying for an internal investigation if instead it simply paid him $22.5 million. >> if that name sounds familiar, it's because you've seen him a lot on tv. he's known for representing stormy daniels who claims she had an affair with president trump. daniels fired avenatti earlier this month. when someone is shot in walnut creek, even if it's not serious, it becomes a big deal because it doesn't happen often. police are looking for two men who shot a man on locust street right next to a union bank parking lot. this is a busy well-known part of town. investigators say the men tried to rob another man he fought ba
him. the man was at a coffee -- >> heard one gunshot. but never heard any sirens. >> the crime rate here is very low. that's why it's unusual when something like this happens. >> it is. it's a huge shopping district too. the victim managed to make it to the nearby hospital and he was eventually treated and released. two years ago to the day, a south bay teenager was murdered. today that case remains unsolved. joseph vir mont he is was 19 years old when he was found shot to death. it's been a difficult two years who rd him. he cannot eat or sleep without hearing his grandson asking him to do something to find the killer. >> i can't bring him back. the only thing i can do is find this jerk that did this. okay? it's two years now. and he's running the
free. somebody knows something. >> the shooting happened sometime between friday march 24th and saturday, march 25th. his grandfather put up a $5,000 reward along with crimestoppers. there is not a known motive in this case. the urge to call crimestoppers, if you have any information. teenager on the peninsula is arrested for allegedly making threats about a school shooting. san mateo police received the anonymous tip on friday. the caller said they had seen a post on social media that threatened the shooting at sara high school. patrols were stepped up in and around the school. officers worked with school administrators through the weekend to find the person who posted that message. this morning, officers tracked down the suspect. a 16-year-old student and promptly arrested him. up next, should breast implants be banned? the reason the fda is considering that topic right now. women today at the food andg
women today at the food and drug administration. they say they've had serious health problems because o their breath implants. patients, surgeons and implant manufacturers joined the women at the meeting discussing the possible link between textured implants and a rare form of cancer. it's in the immune system and grows in the scar tissue surrounding that implant. more than 400 women have been kieg diagnosed, 17 of whom would who died. >> we're women, mothers, sisters, wives and daughters and we're suffering. >> representatives from three of the implant makers were there. they say safety is their highest priority. there may be other factors that could cause the cancer, including some of the women's genetics. > well, a key question on the 2020 census. california has to get ready for the big push to count all of our residents. secretary of state, alex padilla met with community leaders today noting that fear is running high
within some immigrant communities over the t administration's efforts to put a citizenship question on the survey. state leaders worry it will suppress the census response. if everyone is not counted, california could lose key federal funding. >> there's been two court cases that ruled in our favor. federal judges ruling on the unconstitutionality of that question. but ultimately, we'll wait to see what the supreme court has to say in june. >> people who will conduct the census will begin mobilizing asap. california spending $100 million on a statewide campaign to boost census compliance, much on translating outreach materials into different languages. a rally in sacramento for affordable education. hundreds of sdents gathered on the stechps of the state capitol. the rising cost of living and tuition is becoming harder to try and succeed. >> take away some of the barrie eating
and going to class, between eating and finding a place to stay. >> they're calling on lawmakers to pass a bill to extend the cal grant program to cover summer courses as well. without summer school, many have trouble graduating within four years. it is true. now more or less, average is at least five years for kids to get out of school between the classes impacted and the not the availability of summer classes. >> takes a while. >> jeff ranieri with us. a giant a's game at oracle park. i'm not sure it's happening. >> we have the rain coming down right now. it's moderate with a few heavier pockets. it's starting to clear out of san francisco right now and moving to the south bay. there's a decent chance, depends on how wet they want to play in. we'll talk about the upcoming storms after this in a few minutes. people think they're buying an uncapped pass to the movies like an a-lister. instead, they grade it an f for that access.
signed up for a movie ticket subscription -- that bombed. consumer investigator nshs bay area responds to film buffs who siepd up for a movie subscription that bombed. >> it's jep ragenerated gripes nationwide. don't mess with the movies. nbc responds teams nationwide, heard from dozens of people who paid to join a movie ticket service. 15 of those from the bay area. members tell us the company keeps changing the rules and they're not getting their money's worth. sta a fire.y get absolutely try to send smoke signals to customer service. they're more likely to answer that than an e-mail i send. >> some e sorastic step. at 11:00 tonight, we'll explain how they're publicly fighting back against the company that
ripped them off. why the company says the dispute should be handled confidentially. if a company is ignoring your complaints maybe we can help. 888-996-tips or nbc bay area/respond. >> we don't have film anymore. >> thank you, chris. get ready here. we got a big announcement. good news to pass along. this right here is the newest member of our investigative unit. liz wagner, our investigative reporter and her husband pete welcomed their son, luke alexander. he's cute. luke alexander over the weekend. the entire family is doing well. >> look at his little eyes. >> already face acing his new assignment. being adorable. he's eligible for an internship here in 2037. >> man. dress for the weather with a bean i. >> a lot of parents with
toddlers and babies, liz and pete you have a lot of hand me downs coming your way from all of us. >> i like that. what do you got, jeff? >> more rain coming in right now. i know. everybody wants sunshine. we have that in your seven-day forecast for you as well. let's take you into the microclimate weather tonight. you can see a live look at storm ranger mobile doppler radar. the thing producing the rain is a cold front currently sitting out of the area. we're drying out there and it's going to continue to move to the south tonight. that's going to keep our chance of rain in the forecast. i did want to highlight, in case you missed this earlier. the city with the most rainfall recorded so far this rain season is santa rosa with 40.13 in. o weather station putting it at nearly 9-inch surplus. a lot of you are over this rainfall. here we go again. more of that right now showing up on radar. we'll take you to the top spots we're tracking.
the cold front continues to move slowly off to the south. we're seeing these storms, though, move to the north and the east. and to concord by 7:06 tonight. very wet there in the 580 also on the 680 corridor. you can see in hayward continuing to keep it through 7:01 tonight. down to the south, things are beginning to increase. got heavy rain over the santa cruz mountains through the next 20 to 30 minutes. rainfall totals through tonight, a quarter inch, close to a third of an inch. not nearly as strong as a of sry it's enough to keep the roads dangerously slick. mind yourself and the car in front of you. leave distance so you don't slip and slide and get into an accident tonight. take it slow. through this evening, of the storm system moves to the south and keeps us wet in the south bay and the east bay. moving into tomorrow morning's forecast, the chance of spotty rain in the south bay. we'll get some sun breaking in,
also cloud cover. some kind of a mixed bag through the afternoon tomorrow. we get spotty showers. nothing big in the mix as we head into tuesday's forecast. but eventually, we do have more rainfall coming back. we'll get to that in a second. i want to make sure you're ready to head out the door tomorrow morning. you've got to bring your jacket with you. 50s in the tri-valley. peninsula. also the south bay. more low 50s in the east bay. the north bay at 49. let's talk about more rain chances. with some of the rain comes good and some sunshine in my extended forecast. take a look. you can see on wednesday, that's our next storm system. .15 to .45. additional tenth to a half inch on thursday. i can hear the complaining at home possibly for the rainfall. check out friday, saturday, sunday. a nice payoff with sunshine moving back in just in time for the upcoming weekend. get ready to make your plans.
once we hit saturday and sunday for inland valleys, we're up to 69 there on saturday. 71 on sunday's forecast. looks really, really nice. if you had any desire to head up to lake tahoe, lately, a nice weekend looking ahead. that would be after 1 to 3 feet of fresh snowfall. so we get through this and then we're looking good. looking good. all right. >> feeling a little guilty. >> i have heard lots of complaints. i'm not -- you may not be mad but people are over this rainfall. >> i second that. >> i'm tired -- >> we're all good. thanks, jeff. up next, before the the gia players had -- and bruce bochy had lunch with vips. colin resch joins us next. ♪ [ crying ]
floor from last night )s ncaa here's a live look at the shark tank. they took out the basketball floor from the ncaa tournament and the ice is back. the sharks hoping to snap their season high five-game losing streak. it will be tough to host the road wings tonight. weather permitting, the giants host the a's, an
exhibition game at oracle park. the real season starts thursday. >> before the baseball today was the biggest fundraisers for the giants community fund. most of the players were there along with vips. here's colin resch. >> play ball! [ applause ] >> the giants hosting their annual play ball lunch on monday. this one with a milestone. celebrating 25 years of the junior giants program. it all began with autograph signings by the players and the. brandon belt telling me this holds a place special in his heart. >> kind of had a really good connection with a kid here. she was awesome. one of the sweetest girls i ever met. actually brought her to a game later on that season. i hadn't seen her in a couple years. hopefully she'll come back. >> eric krats, buster posey's new backup. 24 hours new.
he was acquired from the brewers sunday. >> no doubt. i got to sit through the game yesterday. called a couple guys. 24 hours and nice autograph session. >> in a season for outgoing manager bruce bochy receiving a standing ovation at this event. >> buster says you'll be back here next year. i said i don't know that, buster. he was kidding me. i enjoy this. it's for a great cause, the giants. >> the money raised on this day will help fund and serve 24,000 players in 90 leagues across three states. while the giants skipper received the most raucous round of applause monday, it was junior giants volunteer and hall of fame inductee anna villalobos who received the most heartfelt one. her son had been killed by a distracted driver. her help with the giants has kept her going.
>> thank you for doing what you're doing. thank you all of you for being here today, for making a difference, for hearing my story and for saving my own life. god bless you all. god bless our giants. thank you. >> in san francisco, colin resch, nbc bay area. >> that's a special event. you know, almost all of the players attend that. it's really nice. the baseball season is here. tonight is the exhibition game. >> is it going to rain? >> it's raining. >> the rain is actually starting to move out of san francisco right now. >> i mean the ground is wet. we have a few spotty showers. you can see the cold frontline towards the east bay and the south bay tonight. improving conditions. we'll see with the players and all of everybody else thinks that makes the decisions. >> more chances of rain wednesday and thursday. look at that weekend. sun, sun, sun. >> thanks for joining us. have a great evening. >> see you at 11:00. to simone, i leave the van gogh.
to mateo, my favorite chair. to chris, the family recipes. to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. wi
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