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now at 5:00, an army veteran accused of planning a terror attack. this morning, his california target. a man accused in a bay area killing spree faces a judge. hear his surprising message to the courtroom. all eyes on an alameda county courtroom today. this morning, what to expect in the ghostship warehouse trial. it's tuesday, april 30th. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. let's check with mary lee with our forecast. cooler today. >> happy tuesday to you. temps cooler compared to yesterday. below average temps and breezy with stronger onshore winds . here's a live look at our treasure island camera. breezy to windy this morning, and we'll keep those breezy conditions going as we head through the day. your microclimate for the coast, partly sunny, breezy, is y -- southwest winds.
the bay, mostly sunny. clearing as we go through the rest of our tuesday. breezy as well for the bay. low 60s and then for inland locations, low 70s. plenty of sunshine as we go through the day with mild daytime highs in the low 70s. we'll talk about a warmup as we go through the workweek, and when we'll see the chance for a few showers coming up. emily. it's heating up on your commute to work at 5:01. we'll get straight to where that first trouble spot is. this is at the altamont pass. take at grant line, one lane is blocked. it's down to ten miles an hour as you're headed westbound. why you are drive time is starting to creep up. 34 minutes to get from 205 to 680. by the time you make it to the dublin interchange, everything looks green and good to go. green and to go at south main, there's a blocked. everything is early, it doesn't seem to be stacking up at this hour. let's take a look at the nimitz where
there's steady flow of traffic this morning. but it doesn't seem to be slowing anything down. i will tell you where else you can expect slowdowns later. i'm anne mackovec at the live news desk. we have very important breaking news stories. there's a -- overnight this video was released by yawn-- by juan guaido and he wants the people to support him to kick -- it looks like -- basically people are choosing sides right now between the socialist government and the opposition leader calling for this up rising, so we're going to keep a close eye on that as that progresses. out of new zealand this morning, another terror scare. there was an arrest made of an man who
had ammunition and several explosive devices and he was arrested in a vacant building near a church. the country is on edge after that mass shooting killed 50 people in march. that man was arrested. no word yet on if it has any connection with that mass shooting in march. we'll keep an eye on both things. >> anne, thank you. opening statements begin in the ghostship trial. more than two years after that warehouse burned with dozens of people still trapped inside. jackie ward is live in oakland this morning with more details. jackie. >>reporter: kenny, this trial has been a long time coming. it has been 29 months since the ghostship warehouse fire that killed 36 people. the two men on trial this morning, derrick alemena and max harris and they're facing 36 counts of manslaughter. if found guilty, they could be in prison for decades and they have been in jail for two years already. they were charged six months after 36 people burned to death at a music event that happened
on december 2nd 2016. the converted warehouse called the ghostship illegally housed artist in a building never disowned for tenant. harris described as his second and command. harris supporters have been outside the courtroom everyday there's a court proceeding. >> it's a terrible situation. i think it's wrong that -- that max is in jail. i think it's wrong that this tragedy happened. >> the jury consist of nine women and three men. they were chosen from a pool of 480 people and sworn in yesterday. opening statements will start today. most likely continue into tomorrow. the judge in this case is hoping the testimony begins on may 6th. in oakland, jackie ward, kpix5. a stunning admission from the suspect in a bay area killing spree. jefferson is being held on $1 million
bail. he was arrested friday after wounding a deputy in a shootout in nevada. he made his first court appearance from jail yesterday in douglas county, nevada and had this to say. >> first and foremost i want to apologize to the city, and to all the people that was involved with the fiasco involving me. please, forgive me. my intentions was never to hurt anyone. the police -- i was never meant to hurt him. >> jefferson is accused of murdering three men in the span of five hours on friday. his cousin in oakland, another man in san francisco, and a man named kelly in berkeley calvin, a father of four was gunned down at this picnic table in peoples park where he played chess and dominos and calvin's family and friends are baffled. >> he was lying down after he played dominos and the guy woke him up and shot him. >> i don't know who
this guy is or why? >> the deputy was shot in the hand, and underwent surgery. the douglas county district attorney told us jefferson could face more than 20 years behind bars for his alleged crimes in nevada alone. this morning, the san francisco police department is offering a $100,000 reward to help find this woman's killer. police say that 24-year-old hernandez and her 5-year-old son alex disappeared in may 2002. her body was later found floating in the bay. her little boy has never been found. meanwhile, a fraternity at u.s. berkeley ceased operation after a young woman reported being sexually assaulted. the california alpha chapter is located on channelling way. police say that the victim reported two men sexually assaulted her around midnight on saturday and the organization says we seek to enhance prevention measures and commend these members for the care and concern
that they showed this survivor. it's unclear whether the two suspects are u.s. berkeley students. a u.s. army veteran is behind bars accused of plotting terror attacks in southern california. prosecutors arrested stephen domingo on friday for plotting to bomb a white supremacist rally. the 26-year-old recently converted over to -- >> he was taken into custody after he took receipt after what he thought were pressure cooker devices and they were provided by the fbi. >> the fbi launched an investigation after noticing his internet post. his family is surprised by the arrest. >> like anybody else, i don't want to assume anything when someone joins a new religion. i thought it was a good thing. i thought my brother found kindness in this world. >> domingo was -- if convicted, he faces up to 15
years in prison. 5:07. this morning, we're learning more about governor newsom as plan to protect religious -- the california legislative jewish caucus made that urgent request. besides religious institutions, the $15 million nonprofit security grant would go to nonprofit organizations and schools to fund reinforce gates and doors, security guards and lighting and alarms. >> we are united as a state. condemning hate. >> people took the time -- if people took the time to get to know each other, they may not do what they do. >> the counsel on american islamic relation says mosque pay for their own security which comes at a hefty cost. last year the nonprofit security grant provided $500,000. president trump wants to crackdown on migrants seeking asylum. it outlines measures including a fee for asylum
applications, adjudication within 180 days and the president accused migrants of taking advantage much what he views as legal loopholes including with u.s. asylum laws. we asked a member of the counsel on american islamic relations about these new restrictions on asylum seekers and says fees should be the last thing on their minds. >> the people applying for an asylum, they're fleeing prosecution and trying to get to safety and to expect them to pay for an application fee. it's preposterous. >> it's not like they can -- >> they have 90 days to take action. this comes as rosentein steps down as deputy general. he appointed special counsel mueller two years ago. last fall, he reportedly tried to assure president trump that the mueller report
would be fair. rosentein will leave the justice department on may 11th. san francisco mayor breed is calling for a national search to find a new muni director. ed russ us -- this follows criticism in city hall that muni has been too slow to respond to a series of break downs. >> it is time to make a significant change so that's what we're proposing. >> will the city give muni more money? >> the city is always giving muni more money. just to be clear, there is always a need for more funding. there's a need for more drivers and more trains. >> recent problems at muni include a halt in most train service for last friday. a woman being dragged on the train tracks and faulty doors and failing -- a whistleblower telling kpix5 he's
been pressured to hire people not qualified to work on the -- pg&e -- during a bankruptcy meeting yesterday, victims' lawyers wanted to know when they'll file a plan and pay the billions of dollars pending against it. pg&e says they don't know when they'll file that plan. pg&e says its equipment probably caused the campfire in november that wiped out the town of paradise. time now is 5:11. killer whales living up to their name. coming up, mother nature in action, the incredible rare video from monterey bay. and i'm tracking weather system that could bring a few showers back to the bay area. i'll show you future cast and the latest weather models coming up. and taking a live lookout to the 580, 680 interchange, you can see traffic is starting to pileup. i'll tell you where the trouble spots
island of oahu. and there was another case 30 yards away from the crash side and heard a bang. >> when they got there, neighbors were trying to put out the fire and trying to get the patients away from the burning aircraft. >> i could see the helicopter, kind of like explode where pieces were kind of flying off. and i know one piece hit my roof, and i said, the helicopter is heading towards me. i said run. >> the faa says that it is not clear what caused the four-seat robinson r44 helicopter to crash. the aircraft belongs to no victor helicopters. in a week span, two people have been killed in atv crashes off the central coast. the off road crashes happened at oceano park in -- a san jose woman died. on friday, a sacramento man died when he was thrown from an atv and
then struck by it. officials say speeding and inexperience are major factors in atv crashes. happening today, researchers will perform an autopsy on a whale. daren peck sent us this video. rangers tell us the gray whale was discovered yesterday. it makes the 6th dead whale to be found in the bay area in the past two months. meanwhile in monterey bay, stunning video to show you of a killing whale. killer whales living up to their name. a group of five orcas close in on a gray whale calve and its mother. it happened on saturday as the two were passing through on their migration to alaska and the killer whales came from all sides separating the baby from its mother and experts say the attack isn't uncommon. >> with the migration of 22,000 grays off our coast, they move in
groups. the mothers with babies, singles, mothers, its wildlife and nature. >> experts say that monterey bay is dangerous this time of year. the killer whales frequent the area as gray whales head north. >> that's amazing video, isn't it. >> it's horrifying and equal parts amazing, i feel like. it's sad, but that's the way it goes. >> mother nature. and the way it goes, slowly when it comes to your traffic this morning. slowdowns and that's thanks to an accident and it is not going to be great if you're coming out of the altamont pass. that's the yellow you see moving through the altamont from 205 to 680. it will take 39 minutes and that drive time keeps creeping up. everywhere else, you're in the green so it's moving right on time for this time of the morning. here's the altamont thanks to this grand line accident at 580. a lane is blocked down to 8 miles an hour as you make your way out of the tracy triangle. once you get to the dublin interchange, you're looking good. south, south bay, moving through san
martin and morgan hill, do unto 25 -- down to 25 miles an hour. into san jose, the only problem we have to report is i break down northbound 101 at 680. it has been moved to the right shoulder. as the traffic picks up, you can expect that to fall into place. taking a live lookout of mobile 5. this is southbound 880 headed down the nimitz. everything seems to be moving along. we're on the roadways keeping track of everything this morning and so far at least in this spot, it's moving along. your bridges, the only place slows down is the bay bridge because the metering lights haven't been turned on, but they should be here in the next 15 minutes. the san raphael bridge has been a trouble spot over the last week and a half thanks to the emergency construction, they'll be lane closures on and off until 6:00 this morning. i'll give you a live look at that next, but in the meantime, it's windy on that
bridge, chp is reporting. mary, how does it look elsewhere? >> we are looking at breezy to windy -- as we kickoff your tuesday and breezy conditions will continue throughout the day. so southwesterly winds about 10 to 20 miles per hour. that stronger onshore flow and that means temps will be cooler as well. a live look the our sails forest camera. you can see that cloudy and cool start to the day. and low to mid 50s at this hour. let's check the winds and you can see looking at 11 mile per winds. 17 for san ramon. 14 in pleasanton. 16 miles-per-hour in concord. 17 miles-per-hour in berkeley and the windiest spots this morning in fairfield at 21 miles-per-hour winds. low clouds, areas of fog especially along the coast and breezy to windy this morning. that stronger sea breeze means cooler
temps for, as we go through your afternoon for your tuesday, and breezy along the coast. warming up tomorrow and through the rest of the workweek. i want to pinpoint san jose. below average temperatures at 70 degrees. the normal high for this time of year in san jose, 72. for wednesday, we're back up to above average temps mid 70s. for thursday, upper 70s. mid 70s for saturday. that's the trend for all of us as we go through the next five days. satellite and radar view, this high pressure view -- that means cooler temps about i a few degrees compared to yesterday. future cast, as we take you through your afternoon, we are looking at clearing, so mostly sunny skies and tomorrow, more sunshine as high pressure builds in. for the weekend, for sunday, there is a chance to see a few showers. we'll be watching this closely for you, to see if the
weather models come into better agreement and that's our chance to see a few showers in that 7-day forecast. but your allergy forecast, pollen count, medium for today, tomorrow, then medium high for thursday and for friday. daytime highs running about 1 to 4 degrees below average for the south bay. 70 for santa clara and san jose. let's check out antioch and brentwood, low 70s. 70 fairfield. 63 berkeley, alameda. 70 in santa rosa and 79 for lake port. 7-day forecast and there we go with the warmup through the workweek. 80 degrees by friday. inland. cooler saturday. rain chances on sunday. back to you. >> sounds good, mary. time now is 5:21. straight ahead, what morning exercise can do for older adults and the best way to administer chemo therapy. coming up, top headlines. let's head outside as we take a look at the
at allendale elementary. those with breast cancer has better chances of survival if they undergo 8 cycles chemo therapy back-to-back instead of a break in the middle. that's according to research tracking 400 women of aggressive breast cancer. it led to a better quality of life. new findings show older adults who exercise with moderate intensity in the morning improved cognitive performance through the rest of the day. australian researchers say that older adults can benefit from brief, light intensity walking breaks to boost their short term memory. we have to tell our boss to give everyone extra ten minutes for those walks. >> okay, boss, if you're watching. >> if you're listening, all right. a breakthrough in medicine with a case you may remember from the 70s, the boy in the bubble. >> david vetter was born with an immune system. he died at age 12. there's a daring breakthrough developed in part right here in the bay area that may
cure the bubble boy disease. >> we're taking the patient's own cells and correcting them. >> meet the baby who is paving the way for others suffering from the disorder. our original report "beyond the bubble" is tonight on the kpix5 news at 7:00. >>reporter: they are taking to the streets in venezuela. a socialist leader makes a call to action. >>reporter: plus we have been anticipating this day for a long time. finally the ghostship trial begins, opening statements are this morning. you know when you're at ross
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and a live look outside from our sails forest camera. looking at the bay bridge this morning. we're feeling a chill this morning. when we'll warm back up. it's tuesday, april 30th. good morning, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. let's get to mary lee looking at the conditions outside. what's going on, mary? >> the biggest weather impact, michelle and kenny, the wind. so a breezy start to the day. it will be cooler as we head through our afternoon with stronger onshore flow. so let's check the winds, and you can see looking at 14 miles-per-hour winds out of the southwest. 10 many livermore. and 17 in san ramon. oakland, 18 miles-per-hour winds and berkeley, 17. looking at 16 miles-per-hour winds in concord as well as for vallejo and fairfield and the -- partly sunny along the coast and afternoon. breezy, upper 50s, so a cool day. for the bay, mostly sunny and breezy, in the low 60s.
and inland locations, plenty of sunshine and low 70s. below average temperatures for today, i'll let you know when we'll warmup and when we have the chance to see a few showers coming up. emily. >> mary, talking about that wind, there's a wind advisory in evening for the richmond san raphael bridge. that's the only bridge where we have that wind advisory in place. on our other bridges, they're looking good. let's start with the san mateo bridge where there aren't too many brake lights. it's a heavier traffic flow for this time of the morning. moving in the westbound direction, but in the eastbound direction, everything looks good to go there. off to the bay bridge, where the metering lights on. things are starting to stack up under the 880 overpass. getting close to the foot of the maze, but not there. once you get through the metering lights, everything is good to go on this span. things slowdown once you make it into san francisco. we have a new accident that's popped up on 5th street right there at 80. i'll keep an eye on how that delays your drive, later. i'm anne mackovec at the live news desk, and we're watching the
beginning of an up rising in venezuela. these are live pictures and they've been going in and out because the person running the camera is getting teargassed. some of the government supporters throwing smoke bombs right now at this socialist up rising. this was called for by the socialist opposition leader yawn guaido and he told people to take to the streets to take the government back from the current socialist government. nicholas maduro is the president, and they want his regime out of there. so he released a video on social media earlier this morning. he was with another opposition leader who had recently been freed from house arrest as well as several heavily armed soldiers there in the capitol of camacho rock cuss. since that video was released, we have been watching these people, the soldiers and citizens in the streets starting
what is an attempted coupe, basically. we're going to keep a close eye on that. back to you. >> anne, thank you. happening in alameda county, opening statements begins in the ghostship trial. dozens of people died in 2016. jackie ward is live in oakland with what to expect for this trial. jackie. >>reporter: kenny, finally this trial is set to begin. it has two and a half years since 36 people were killed in that warehouse fire. the men on trial this morning, derrick almena and max harris. they're facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter and if found guilty, they could be in prison for three decades. 6 month later, harris and almena were charged. on july 13th of 2018, almena and harris plead no contest. their plea deals were rejected which led us to the start of the trial today. almena was the
master tenant with harris' so-called second and command. we spoke to those who support harris and tired of this -- >> i'm ready to get this over with and see people heal. >> nine women and three men were sworn in yesterday and the trial expected to last several months and superior court judge scheduled breaks -- opening statements begin today and continue tomorrow and judge thompson hopes testimony begins may 6th. jackie ward. this morning, people living in the santa cruz homeless camp will soon be on the move. last night a federal judge ruled to allow the city to dismantle the massive encampment and the decision comes after two days of hearing. it overturns a temporary restraining order put in place last week that halted the position. 200 people live in the camp off
highway 101. the city has enough shelters to house enough people including on river street. san jose police chief will talk about a crackdown on sideshows. under the new proposal, if you stop to watch one of these dangerous events, you might get arrested or a ticket. san jose police chief eddie garcia will argue for the changes outlined in a memo to the city council. >> it's hard for us to predict where these are going to happen and when they do happen, the cars speed away, but we end up with a spectators. >> the chief calls the sideshows dangerous to participants, spectators and it could lead to crime and looting. similar ordinances are passed in los angeles and san diego. bay area health officials are asking you to include an important precaution. your measles shots. there's an outbreak
of -- there's an outbreak of measles across the country. they say if you're travelling internationally, get your vaccine reports up-to-date. >> if you're an adult and can't find your vaccine records, it's probably important to get another vaccine. >> i get my shots and i'm not one to tell people what to do accident but i feel like you should. >> officials say international travelers who are unvaccinated have likely been bringing back the disease from other countries. a major sit down scheduled at this white house as we outside in washington, d.c. president trump is set to meet with pelosi and schumer this morning. they'll discuss the country's infrastructure. the last time mr. trump met with pelosi and schumer was during the government shutdown and both parties will be on hand including democratic senator -- meanwhile the
trade talks between the u.s. and china appeared to be wrapping up. treasure secretary mnuchin expects to know whether a deal is possible or if it's time to move on. mnuchin and trade representative robert lighthouser are back in beijing to resume talks. in santa clara, tomorrow is -- it's the biggest event of the year for them. and ceo mark zuckerberg says he wants to give billions their privacy back and the key note from zuckerberg starts tomorrow in san jose and he's expected to discuss new ideas its messaging services, photo sharing and artificial intelligence including a new intimate version of facebook. zuckerberg says people will be able to hangout one-on-one or small groups no matter what group they're on. the stocks is about to close out with the best
results in three decades. jill schlesinger says now is not the time to celebrate. jill, you say market highs can mislead us. what should we be doing now? >>reporter: stop your high-fiving, but remind yourself why you're investing and you want to make sure you're on track. that could include retirement or college refunding. when you're projecting your future returns, you don't want to look at the last ten years and assume the next ten years are going to be as good. try to find the lowest rate of return necessary to reach your targets. now is a great time to check in on that asset allocation plan because i know you have one. this is the kind of thing that's spreads out your risk across different types, stocks, bonds and commodities. if you're out of whack, rebalance those accounts. >> diverse if i cajun. >> what other actions should we
take? >> make that tax return put a dent in your retirement -- maybe you have company stock, maybe you sell that. 6 to 12 months of your expenses in you're working and 12 to 24 months if you're retired. set aside money you might need within the next year and that includes a home down payment, or a tuition bill and finally. do not confuse stock performance with your intelligence. i know markets can lead you to believe you have magic touch. try to avoid over stating your abilities and check out my investor greed prevention plan. it's on email@example.com . >> jill schlesinger, money advice, jill, thank you. time now 5:39. a san francisco landmark about to hit the market. coming up, we take you inside the full house house for an
exclusive listing preview. how much it's expected to go for? i'm tracking a weather system that could bring the return of a few showers back to the bay area. i'll show you future cast coming up. i'm tracking delay in marin county this morning. they're unusual, so if you are leaving now, take a look at the red on the map. that's because of construction happening on the golden gate bridge, but once you make it through there, it looks good. i'll tell you your other slow spots in just a moment. at jack in the box.
it is 5:42. almost 5:43. here's a live look at our roof camera and a cool start to the day. breezy to windy. i'll let you know what you can expect taking you through the day on future cast coming up. a big show of solidarity in san francisco for the notre dome cathedral after that devastating inferno. [singing] >> thousands attended a free concert last night at grace cathedral and performers including opera singers and the notre dome organist. and french police released this drone footage showing notre dame roof being secured. police believe the fire started at the center of the church's roof and spread toward the base. investigators believe fire alarm sensors and elevators built for construction workers may have contributed to the fire. this morning, we are learning that bay area home prices have fallen for the first time
in 7 years. research firm core logics say the medium price paid for existing home or condo was $830,000 in march. that's down point 1 percent from the previous march. the last time prices fell year over year in march was in 2012. the victorian home is -- >> it's listed under $6 million and we have a tour on the inside. the inside, it looks nothing like the tanner family home. the house in lower pack heights is 3700 square feet. 4 bedrooms and 3 and a half baths. it has been renovated with modern decor and retrofitted and if it does sell for asking price, it will be a record for the neighborhood. >> the buyer of this home is someone who is going to appreciate a home that's not just a cheap flip
and somebody who maybe appreciate the iconic. >> the owner, franklin resides in los angeles, and has never lived at the home. he bought it for $4 million in 2016. he wanted to use the property for promotional purposes. and check this out. it's a new tool from the bay area news group. it can tell you exactly how much money you need to make in order to rent or buy in any bay area zip code. we found that only 28% of the bay area is considered affordable. see how your zip code stacks up at kpix.com. >> you take that calculation into your boss' office and ask going for a raise. >> good luck. >> good luck to everyone out there. >> yeah and factor in cost of living, but your commute is slow and go almost everywhere else. and gas prices are going up. that's true. although, i do know a cheap gas station if you want to
tweet me, i'll tell you where it is. let me tell you where your slow and go spots are this morning. there's one in red and this is bad news if you're headed through the altamont pass. you're in the red. your drive time has popped up to 42 minutes getting from 205 to 680. all your other drive times are in the green. those are looking good. here is the altamont pass down to 8 miles an hour. this accident at grant, one lane was blocked. that has been moved off to the shoulder, but it's slowing things down out of the tracy triangle. moving along to nimitz. the sun is not up yet and neither are very many drivers hitting the road. this is a great time for you to go ahead and get out there. they'll be missing the mass majority of that. if you're going westbound, take a look at this. it is heavy traffic going westbound, although the brake lights aren't terrible. it is slow and go as you make your way across the span
to the peninsula. the eastbound direction looks good. off to the bay bridge where the metering lights have been on since 5:30 this morning, you're stacked up to the maze making your way to the san francisco. once you get over the bridge, it looks good, but in san francisco, there's an accident off 80 at 5th street. so far, it doesn't seem to be backing anything up. let's hope that continues to be the case throughout the morning. now off to the south bay where we're seeing a delay, northbound 101. this is the stall i was telling you about. it has come true. i should be a fortune teller. it's down to 26 miles an hour as you make your way into san jose this morning. it is slow. mary. >> thanks, emily. the biggest weather impact this morning, the wind. tracking breezy to windy conditions and we are looking at cooler temperatures as we head through the day. this is all because of stronger onshore flow. here's a live look with our south bay san jose camera. good morning to you with mostly cloudy skies in san jose.
54 degrees. looking at temperatures in the low to mid 50s. concord, 57. 55 oakland. 52 livermore. san francisco, and 51 for santa rosa. breezy to windy. a cool and cloudy start to the day. that stronger sea breeze for today, means temps will be a little cooler as we head through the afternoon. warming up beginning tomorrow through the workweek. here is what you can expect. we're going to end out the month of april above average for those temps. last week we had the record heat. we're talking santa rosa, more than 4 degrees warmer than average. san francisco, more than 2 degrees warmer. almost 4 degrees warmer in livermore than average. and 2.7 degrees warmer in san jose for the month of april. well, today, below average temperatures and it's because the ridge of high pressure bringing the onshore flow and that means cooler temperatures as we head through the afternoon. as we go through the day today on future cast, you can see we are going to have that clearing with mostly sunny skies and plenty of
sunshine with high pressure building in beginning tomorrow. now, there is the chance to see a few showers for sunday with the weather system. so we'll be tracking that closely, the weather model is not in great agreement. so we'll know better when we get closer to the weekend. your pollen report, allergy sufferers, good news, medium for today and also for tomorrow, but it increases thursday and friday. our sunrise at 6:15. our sunset at 7:59. daytime highs for today, 1 to 4 degrees below average for this time of year. 62 in san francisco. 66 oakland. 69 in fremont. 70 in san jose. 69 for concord, vallejo and napa and livermore. and 70 for fairfield. if you're headed out to the giants game taking on the l.a. dodgers, first pitch at 6:45 and cool and breezy in the mid 50s. bring the jacket if you're headed to the game. here's the 7-day forecast. there we go with that warmup beginning wednesday, thursday, and especially for friday. the warmest day out of the week, cooler
saturday, and there we go with a chance of showers for sunday, and still cool on monday. i'm anne mackovec at the live news desk. we're monitoring these live pictures. we just lost them, but out of venezuela where an up rising is occurring as we speak. the opposition leader guaido called for this early this morning on social media and a lot of troops and citizens are gathering with him trying to over throw the current regime of maduro. we'll keep you posted. >> anne, thank you. time, it is 5:50. >> this morning a wish come true. >> high five. that was excellent. you did it faster than i did it. >> coming up, how this california boy lived his dream as deputy for a day. and let's take another live look outside at the richmond-san raphael bridge. the drivers dealing
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. with love, california. good tuesday morning to you. it is a cloudy and cool start to the day. breezy and also windy as well. as we go through the afternoon, some clearing. it's going to be a nice pleasant spring day. but here's a live look withur treasure island camera with the clouds in the sky. check out our temps in the low to mid 50s. i'll let you know what to expect taking you on future cast coming
up. emily. let's look at these new accidents and this is at cutting boulevard. we are expecting a slowdown in the next couple of minutes when our maps catch up to those speeds. this is southbound 101 at petaluma headed into town. kenny. emily, the san diego zoo said goodbye to its last two giant pandas and the panda had been on loan from the chinese government to boost the panda population. the 27-year-old mother and her 6-year-old son were supposed to leave over the weekend, but the zoo kept them until yesterday to make sure that everyone had a last chance to say goodbye. >> my kids are excited. they got to make it on time and the field trip wasn't cancelled because of the rain. >> we had our outing planned for today, and we're going to miss it. >> the departure of the panda means the
end of the zoo's panda habitat and the panda cam. a young boy in sacramento county battling a serious disease had his wish come true. >> he became a sheriff's deputy for one day, and boy did he look the part. [applause] >> this has your name on it. you did an outstanding job. good job buddy. >> with the help from the sacramento county sheriff's department, little omar navigated through obstacles while driving in a patrol suv made just for him. isn't that the cutest thing. omar suffers from a rare blood disorder which requires weekly hospital visits, but his family said that was all forgotten yesterday >> it makes me feel really good because my son really likes it. and he was surprised. we wasn't expecting so much appreciation. >> that appreciate runs much deeper than just omar and his family. for deputy christopher gara. he was once a make
a wish recipient and now on the other side of a life changing gift. >> that's awesome. time now is 5:55. we're learning about the army veteran accused of plotting terrorist attack in california. there's a political and military up rising going on in the streets of venezuela. we're monitoring live pictures and we'll bring you the latest, next. >>reporter: opening statements begin in the ghostship trial. two and a half years after that deadly fire.
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