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good morning, everyone. thank for joining us. in . i'm hero for marty gonzalez. i do not like fog. >> what's the deal? >> so we got some fog out. there it's not as dense for some locations but we are seeing cloudy condition. look at that golden gate shot. it is a little foggier for some locations. here's a live look at the bay bridge this morning. you can see we have cloudy
conditions. little bit of a sun peaking through but look like start off with gray skies for a good portion of the bay area. here's a look the oakland day planner. upper 50s under cloudy conditions. but lunch 57 and daytime high 70. a little cooler compared to yesterday and mid--- upper 60s by 4:00 p.m. and then 66 by this evening. cooling off. the winds may be picking up. visibility right now we're down to 2-mile visibility but yesterday this time we had less than a mile. notes a dense. 5-mile visibility at 4:00 but in problems where we're look at clear conditions no. delays on those arriving flights today. right now it's 53 in san francisco.
57 in livermore. mid-50s in san jose. partly cloudies conditions. we'll break down those east bay highs where the cooling continues. theresa? >> thank you very much. is there anything l it talk about. goaltden state will take on cleveland cavaliers. right now l best of # series istied 2-2. after winning one close games, they shook up lineup and won by 21 points. i practiced that so many times. started for the first time. they led the team with 22 points each. lebron and his worst performance in game four. a lot more double-teaming from the warriors. he took that last--you know, that terrible hit to the head.
crashing into a tv camera. he was sot so seriously hurt. hens two teams to l prablght as they prepare the most important game of the series so far. >> they held their last practice before sunday night ice game five of the nba final and the conversation was able about the changes they made to get a game four win in cleveland. >> at this level it's all about winning. we've den different lineup changes. the entire playoffs. this is no different. >> when we were facing that death sentence we found a great victory. >> even a relaxed looking lebron james had to take into act the warrior that lined up vik tier. >> they played a lot of small ball all here. it's the luxury that coach k has with the type of personnel
that he has. >> the question is whether or not small ball is the answer. >> winning? i think that's the biggest reason why it's okay. >> what starting lineup will he employ? >> we had a great season. something to get our offense going and, you know, whether we stick with or go back to the old one. we'll see. >> lebron will be always be lebron. >> we're not going to change. we will make adjustments throughout the game but we won't change our starting lineup. jeff pierce. >> tipoff for tonight's game is set for 5:00 and meal calorie -- i just said that. set to perform the national anthem. we'll be joined by jamal wilkes. he was at the golfen state or
yells. hollow be sharing his appearance this year's team and think they have what it takes to to win it it all. we want to show you off with your warrior pride. look at all of these great pictures. you can send us your pictures to breakingnews.com. we'd love to show those throughout the nab. other big numbers a horrible, horrible story to tell you about. a 3-year-old boy drowned after being -- at its family home. they received a phone call about a child who fell into the pool. he was found unresponsive and emergency rescue crews
attempted cpr at the scene. the father of the gunman killed after that attack on dallas headquarters early saturday is now speaking up. cnn n's sarah snider told us about the last conversation he had. >> every single one of us has a broke point of it. >> did his son hit his preaking light? >> he's teeters on the edge himself. he says james was the man behind the attack on the police headquarters three hours before the attack, he was sitting right here. he was going back to watch texas. have a safe trip. >> but this is not what
happened. before the sun came up, james was dead. kill by police sniper after -- he could have his band was laiden with explosives. >> he mowed my yard yesterday. he said he was going to be back in 10 days to mow it again. >> did you have any idea? >> no,ing in. >> i know he was in a weird place. he blamed them for taking his son. they were doing his job then enforced the law. grow goens -- go back to the liberal place. they are just enforcing laws. >> he had recently lost custody
of his son to his own mother, the boy's grandmother. >> his mother, her half brother and james had a fight in her house. >> she was arrest fire department multiple assault charges. the charges were eventually dropped. >> wonder if it's here this time? >> i've lost my toad, my son. i'm going through every dime i've got. identify got domestic violence on my record. i've lost everything. and then you have hopelessness. >> where does a white mail get help? coming up on kron4 news a parked guy tart flying.
happening tomorrow naacp president will address the controversy surrounding her race. the naacp chapter in the statement. she says is she will send a response during the monthly membership meeting. she's been accused of representing herself as african- american fling native american. is she was born to two parents who say that she is white. and we are waking up to cloudy conditions across the bay area. but we're seeing so many more sunshine this afternoon. more details coming up when the
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onlyt suay. welcome back. going to do some annie cam. show us what's going on out there. i want to know if the fog is going to lift. >> it's going to lift for the afternoon. >> i know. when you wake up and see those gray skies. oh, no. it's hard to get motivated but check out sfo. mostly sunny skies at our camera this morning and look like if you're going to be on coast the fog may be a little more stubborn city today. the good news sfo oakland, san jose reporting no delays. clear skies. the day planner for today including the giant game. tornado watches today will be a
little cooler. definitely sweater weather. so line up. 65 degrees and we'll go for an afternoon high of 68. actually 66 rather. we'll see a westerly breeze 10 to 20 miles an hour. in the afternoon a little bit windy. that will feel like the lower 60s at time. definitely cool conditions for the giants game as well. temperatures right now looking at a lot of 50s south african 56 degrees many and the north bay. lower 50s in santa rosa. breezy conditions at 13 miles an hour. coming in from the west. 23 for fairfield. here's a look at your east bay
shore highs. still pretty pleasant. upper 60s in heyward. 84 in pleasantton. livermore a high of 87. triple digit eat but that cooling continues today. three-day forecast looks like this. a little cooler tomorrow. continue to come through area. back into the lower spots. i'll let you know how the rest of the week looks. thanks two homes are damaged follow a grass fire t. started saturday average near spring creek. crews worked well exping wish the fire. as reaction frlg neighbors who live in the area. >> reporter: s as the warm, dry winds whip up, so dot flames of
several small grass fires. fires close to this neighborhood. a little too close. she lives just a few feet away from the flames. >> like a campfire but just a little bit louder and milky. >> before we even thois we were about to go down there and see what it looks like. as soon as we got down the hill a little bit we saw the smoke and sirens. asking as fuel for the small fires. firefighters called out at least three times saturday. the first fire burning in the roof. a hot ember landed on top this house. now all amanda and her father can do is that they did their job and fast because it it didn't get done fast then this whole area is in trouble.
>> right now the cause of the fire is still under investigation. reporting in valeou. >> eight people are dead after flad florida. this was video showing rescue efforts. you can see people walking and cars flipped over. hens -- even a -- they've been roaming the city. this is them trying to capture the hippo. half are still missing. >> in national news a body of a massachusetts man killed while fighting isis is now home. a turkish awrm arrived saturday in boston carrying the body of 36-year-old keith bloomfield. he was killed june 3rd in syria.
believed to be the first u.s. side. his parents say he had no military training but felt compelled to fight against what he considered evil forces the bodies of two women and two men are found. police are now looking for the perp who shot them. this happened saturday morning until fire police have not released a motive or named a suspect. a neighbor told police said that someone -- and coming up, airlines are trying to treat the size of your carry og bags again. and here is a live look outside. you can see lots of fog out it there. we will be right back with much more news and weather.
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a new york senator. s smaller-sized carry on luggage. 20% reduction would force them to pay more for check-in fees or pay for new pieces of luggage. this is another way for airlines to make money at customer's expenses. it comes at a time when profits are expected to soar this year. louisiana mayor signed the measure which will gradually raise the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour. it'll be phased in and the mayor called it a major victory that will allow working families to lift themselves out of poverty. >> we have seen how expensive poverty has been for all of us.
poverty costs us money. >> small businesses and some nonprofits have an extra year toffies in the minimum wage increase. l.a. join seattle. face. phase 10. police shoot and kill a 12- year-old boy. they can't fimple about the officer's story. and here's a live look outside. all of that fog and it's going to be back and she'll tell us if and when that will lift.
cozy. >> you got to get used to it; right? >> can we have him come out and talk? come on in. >> what was that? >> a lot of time in santa barbara. it burns off in the afternoon. >> you're so tall your head's cut off. hi. we'll talk to you in a few minutes later. thanks for coming. all right. good morning, everyone. happy sunday. it's a little foggy out there but we're used to it. just got to toughen up. here's a live look. we do have cloudy conditions out there. it's going to lift up. the fog will burn off this afternoon for more sunshine. san jose day planner looks like this. partly cloudy conditions and temperatures by lunchtime is
75. 2:00 p.m. at 77 and upper 70s by right around 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. so it'll be a little cooler but temperatures will feel pretty comfortable and pleasant as we're ending spring and heading into summer officially. it's 56. 57 trapezius in oakland under cloudy conditions. upper 50s and low 50s in santa rosa. we're talking mid-60s to 79 in napa. and upper 60 nz hayward. upper 70s today andmy 60s. if you're going to be at the coast today, # 4 in daily city and it may stay cloudy for you this afternoon. if you want more sunshine head a little farther east. take a look at this forecast coming up a little bit later. theresa? thank you. thank you for joining us. one person is recovering after
a multicar crash in structure. a parked car truly into a building. near 7th and brian streets phil leap gooda tells us exactly what happened. >> sitting at her desk working on her computer at the time. >> he was coming at a very, very fast pace. >> when i saw it, i thought oh many i gosh. >> she saw the driver of this blue accura on to bryant street. >> it looks like smoke and it was like fish tailing and i thought the car was going to pull over to the right and then heard this large boom which sounded like a psalm and the cars -- i saw the clouds flying up on the sidewalk. debris flying everywhere. >> it happened across from
justice. the driver barreled into three parked yet unoccupied star. one which the city suv accept flying. >> the busy was closed. we've checked the interior and there was nobody inside the business is closed at this time. >> taken to san francisco general hospital, treated for minor injuries. >> it's very possible that his level of intoxication will be tested but that's too early to say right now. >> i thought he was being chased because of the rate of speed he was coming off the freeway and the fact that he was out the control. >> in san francisco, kron4 news. >> other big news for you this morning a child who police say was abducted by his mother has been found safe this morning. chris tee in a rodriguez abducted 18-month-old gonzalez from the 1800 block avenue saturday average. rodriguez was there for a planned parental visit.
she's been arrested and could face child endangerment charges. happening right now police are looking for three suspects that happened in the small unincorporated town. the incident happened at point reyes. he was robbed by three men, one of which was armed. tied up in the back room about 30 minutes after the robbery. they were stolen and damaged. we're still investigating. >> report is now out this morning shedding new light on what happened in the deadly police shooting in cleveland, ohio. martin savage brokes down the report. >> in a key finding they cannot
confirm a statement he shouted ordered to rice before shooting him saying according to witness interviews he's unclear whether officer shouted verbal commands from inside the zone car who was loactded inside of the gambling area. firing two shots one that hit the boy who was standing four and a half to seven feet away. >> the documents also revealed he requested ems then asked for them again asking to step it up. in a third request asked for cleveland fire to respond. it would take 8 minutes. the report does say that rice was given first aid trained as a paramedic. the -- he turned oifer and acknowledged and looked at me
and he leeched from my hand. the sheriff's department also investigating the 9-1-1 call. a male on the playground. the caller was drinking a beer in the park waiting on a bus. >> scary stuff. >> he told the police operator it could be a juvenile and probably fake. criminal information never tbifn to the responding police officers. >> when he was asked why, the report says she went silent saying is she refused to answer questions per her attorney. >> the investigation says rice got the pelt gun from his best sun. trading a cell phone for t. the orange risk is not real. had been removed during the repair and he couldn't get it back on. >> officers and emergency responders who saw the yep next to rice thought it was reel. they said rice appeared much
older and larger than a child. between 16 and 20 and looked about 200 pounds. it's only when his sister arrives they learn he's 12. >> that was martin reporting. two notice -- declined to be interviewed as did rice's family. also not in the 224 page report. no conclusion on whether the shooting was justified or not. >> happening right now the search for two escaped inmates is now entering its ninth day. they searched a fame for richmond and david. both men wr serving time when they escaped from prison. accused of helping them escape. police say that there is has been no confirmed sitings. >> coming up, the war's ask for a championship d. the 1975
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hundreds of people gathered to discuss the medical marijuana food fair in san francisco. it was held at the food park on saturday. vendors sold pop infused cup cakes, nuts. how? nuts, pancake and other edible formats. they're working to legalize marijuana next year. >> important because it puts out a positive outlook on medical cannabis and it gets
knowledge out to the public that i think maybe isn't getting out all the time and it's just a great way for people to doubt and have fun. >> only people with proof of a doctor's recommendations were allowed to eat the food. a san francisco jewelry store is back open after it was destroyed by a massive fire earlier this year. it held a grand open event saturday with one of 31 businesses that was displaced by the fire back in january. one person died and six people were injure. the owners are are hoping that their customers will return. >> we -- we just want our customers to find this again and we also aim to get new customers. because our life really change after the mission fire. our -- i'm talking about not
only economics but emotionally, you know, effected. >> it was closed for about four months for renovations. and we are tracking cloudy and some foggy conditions on this sunday morning. temperatures continue their cool down today. a breakdown of the highs and the san francisco giants baseball forecast. it continues after the break.
in saving r fo. thlaugng c. inve snaing. welcome back, everyone. time now 7:45. a live look at the bay bridge. it's cloudy in the east bay. oakland reporting mostly cloudy conditions. the clouds will clear out making way for partly to mostly sunny conditions. looks like -- the next 30 minutes heading out the door. going to church, running some errands. maybe some drizzle if you're out to the coast. becoming sunny and mild this afternoon. inland highs temperature will be around low 80s and then mid
to upper 80s inland. won't be as hot today. 10 to 15 miles an hour. in san francisco, it's 56. 57 in oakland and in san jose. 52 in san rosa. temperatures are fairly cool starting off this morning. low 50s in the city. 57 degrees for our friends in redwood city. >> the tornado watches will warm up today to pretty comfortable conditions. a lot of 70s and 80s. we will not be nearly as hot. that ridge of high pressure is breaking down. our warmest locations will be in the 80s maybe close to 90. temperatures will be a lot more comfortable today. maybe get your ac a little bit of a break. let's check out our high. 79 in san jose. upper 70s in sunnyvale.
69 in san bruno. remember the coast may be staying cloudy for today. your giants forecast playing the arizona diamondbacks. first pitch at 1:05 today. but past the layer it's going to be windy. 10 to 20 miles an hour. may feel chilly at times. here's your storm tracker. plenty of the sunshine as we're entering june. a little for tuesday and wednesday. theresa? >> thank you very much. as they take on the cavaliers for game five tonight, no one on the current team has ever played in the nba finals until this year. joining us right now is the man and jamal is with us. you are on. you were a rookie when you first joined 1975 and then you went on to win the championship. give us your advice. give us what you think that the -- this is critical game.
this could go whichever way. this really is the way that they can make it. >> yep. this is absolutely a critical game. you said it and i think what we're seeing is the warriors are growing up before our eyes. coach kerr has been to the championships as a player as we were talking earlier but no one has been there. lebron's been there several times. and his desire to win a championship in cleveland, not just anywhere but cleveland is off the charts. >> came back. went to the heat. came back. he has a point that he wants to make and he -- it's almost like the sentence or the exclamation point at the end. >> it's the exclamation point at the end. he wants to get it done. they're learning that they're going to dig in and stop complaining and, you know, it's a reality check for them. they can do it. >> where the video of the 1975
championship game. how did you have the mental acuity to keep your head the game, brush yourself off, don't complaint. no violence, just get the job done? >> i had the opportunity to play for john wooden at ucla. we were under the microscope. the pro game was another level because every player is a great player and so you just have to really decide how bad you want it. you can get distracted but if you point your goal and if the team rallies and all is going to the same goal, they can do it. >> do you feel yourself with any the players. harris so many barnes. you played a similar position. >> i do. i see myself harrison and drey monogreen. >> i have a crush on drey monday. he's such a nice guy. >> he's a lucky man. i was kind of frail.
i mean, i plaid power forwards. i say her and draymond green. >> he rose to the occasion. it was a monster occasion. it was a big, big, big game they won. let get back to lebron. 50 pounds on most of the players. he can push them down like bowling pins. he just knocks them down. >> he's a big guy. >> and he's quick. >> yeah. >> he's big, 50 pounds and he's quick. that's what he's trying to do. but them over and get to the basket and the warriors have to tighten up their defense. not -- they're great three- point shooters and outside shooter chs is great but you need to offset that some. >> what do you think -- there's
-- the outside. there's the riley and all of the factors that go in. there's a lot of noise. i mean, do you have to just put the white noise off the to side? get your head in there? >> there's some engaging because they make it all possible but you have to figure out where to draw line because there's so much noise that you can get with it and lose your forecast. >> it can descras you. >> what should you be paying attention to real closely? >> they need to get off to a good start. a solid start. they need to expect a long drought, i think. he's going to inspire the other guys. they're tired though. cleveland is tiring. i think we need to use our
depth to keep coming and wear them down mentally. >> that's what warriors they have. they have strength in numbers. they really have a very strong collective team. >> they have a strort collective team. we played nine or 10 players as well. >> anything else as far as lebron? he has the fire andmenteds to prove that point. >> he's really going to be out there. >> how are they going to contain him? should they double up? >> i think they should pick and choose. going to keep them in -- i thinking i'm one-on-one or double-team but three different looks at him. have different players defend him. different sizings, and just keep them thinking as much as possible. >> he fell into the--you know, into the camera and cut his
head. that was really kind of like wow. >> it was. i like the bogus answer though. [ laughter ] , you know, so that was good. it came back. no violence. just get it done. >> no. no violence. that's right. >> i was impressed and how i lived the mountain bike across the street is picking that line. pick that line. it's fun to watch all of them do that dance. that's the beautiful thing about basketball, don't you think? >> it's the beautiful game about basketball. it's the ballet of it. they can do it but today is big, it's big. it's now a three-game series. the home court advantage doesn't matter watch. >> true. and going back to cleveland, i mean, they rial have a passionate crowd.
not -- we have that. >> we have a great crowd. we're one of the best crowds in the nba. >> it's fun to see all of these people come up and they get to see the team win. it's been a long drought. >> 0 years is too long and these fans are great fans. and yeah, it's been a long drought. >> we mentioned your book. >> yeah. i love to read. >> memoirs of the original. anyone that lake basketball or human interests there's -- i put staff in there for parents. do you talk about your kids. >> i mentioned my kids but i relay the experience that related to my children that can help other children in other families. >> thank you. >> we will learn and we will look for cutaway. i hope that they frame you up a couple of times. >> you'll probably see me. i'll be there. >> thank you very much.
and here's what's coming up in the 8:00 hour. we're now hearing from the father of a man who attacked a dallas police headquarters this weekend. what he says might have led to his son reaching the breaking point. plus, the fight for democracy in hong kong reunites this morning. people are rallying in china and what they are demanding. to help, sleep train is collecting new clothes for kids big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train and help make a foster child's day a little brighter. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child.
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the fog is beginning to lift. it is kind of a gloomy start to the day in san francisco but it's going to get much warmer. meteorologist annie is joining us. he's got annie cam. kind of give the camera view what's going on out there. annie? >> good morning, theresa. it's cloudy and foggy. it's cool out here. the wind was blowing just a few minutes ago. we'll start to see stronger winds come this afternoon. a lot going on in san francisco. we had the san francisco giants game this afternoon. the north beach festival. had a great time. a quick check of your day planner if you're going to be out here this afternoon. temperature now is at 56 degrees under cloudy skies. a little bit of patchy fog and drizzle. get to around 65 degrees and then by 2:00 p.m. we'll go for an afternoon high of 66. so it's a little cooler than yesterday for the city and pretty much all across the bay. by 4:00 p.m.
temperatures will cool down into right around 63 degrees and we'll have westerly winds ten to 20 miles an hour. we'll be breezy this afternoon. dress in layers. i was out yesterday and we had a little bit of sunshine. i think today partly cloudy conditions. when you factor in the winds a little cool out there. that definitely kept me on the warmer side. back to you. >> i had a long sleeve shirt on. we'll check back with you in 15 minutes. big news we told you about yesterday. the father of a gunman killed after an attack on dallas police headquarters early saturday is speaking out. cnn's sarah cider talked to him about the last conversation he had with his son. >> every one of us has a breaking point. every one of us. did >> reporter: did your son hit his breaking point? >> he hit his breaking point.
>> reporter: he's teetering on the edge as well after his son james attacked police and was killed for it. he says james was the man behind the attack on the dallas police headquarters. three hours before the attack he was sitting right here with his dad. >> he told me he loved me and he was going back to west texas. i told him have a safe trip. >> reporter: but that's not what happened. before the sun came up, james was dead. killed by a police sniper after threatening to blow police up for taking his child. he could have. police eventually detonated. >> he left them here. he mowed my yard yesterday. told me he's going to be back 10 days from now to mow it again. >> reporter: did you have any
idea? >> none. i knew he was going to -- he blamed them for taking his son. i tried to to tell him the police didn't do. the police were doing their job to enforce the laws. if you want to get to that go to the liberal people that put the laws in place so they can grab the -- they are just forchessing laws. he had rennely lost custody to his own mother, the boy's grandmother. >> his mother, her half brother and james had a fight in her house. >> reporter: james was arrested in paris, texas, for multiple assault charge on family members. the charges were eventually dropped. >> he said, dad, i've lost my
toad. my son. i'm going through every dime i've got. i can't find a job because i got domestic violence on my record. he say, i've lost everything and then you have hopelessness. >> reporter: why didn't he get some help? >> where? where does a white male get help? other big news we're following this morning tragedy in the east bay. a 3-year-old boy drowned. police received a call around 4:00 saturday afternoon about a child who had fallen into a pool on the 100 block. the boy got into the pool while his parents were inside the home. the child was found unresponsive and emergency rescue crews did attempt cpr at the scene. the chase for a thoip continues tonight at the oracle arena. they'll take on the cleveland
cavaliers. right now the best of 7 is tide 2-2. let get you caught up. after losing two close games, warriors coach shook the lineup for for game four and beat the calves by 2 # points. andrew started for the first time this season. he and steph curry led the team. lebron had his worst performance so far in the series in game four. we saw a lot more double- teaming from the war yos. he also took that tape measure shotty hit to the head losing his balance and crashed right into the tv camera. he was not seriously hurt and he did come back. >> anacreon 4. the two teams to practice as they prepare for the most important game of the series so far. >> they held their last practice before sunday night's game five of the nba finals and the conversation was all about the changes the warriors made to get a fame four win in
cleveland. >> at this level it's all about winning. everyone has to make sacrifices. the entire -- playoffs. >> found a way to get a good victory and now we're back home. just got to take care of busy. >> even a relaxed looking lebron james had to take into affect the victory. >> they played a lot of small ball all year. it's the luxury that coach kerr has with the type of personnel that he has. >> translator: question is whether or not small ball is the answer. >> i think we made that adjustment. you got to -- [ inaudible ] >> the biggest reason why it's okay. >> what starting lineup will coach kerr employ sunday night? >> we won game one with our normal rineup. we had a great season. it's something to try to get our offense going and stick
with it or go back to the old one, we'll see. lebron will always be lebron. >> we'll make adjustments but we won't change our starting lineup. >> in oakland, kron4 news. >> he looks so relaxed there. >> set for 5:00 and meal calorie is set to perform. we to -- you can send us some pictures to breaking news at kron4.com or post them on our facebook page or twitter and we'll send them out there. we'll be sharing all of them throughout the nba finals. we'll be right back.
during monday's monthly membership meeting. she's been accused of representing herself as african- american along with other ethnicities but her parents from montana say that her birth certificate states that she was born to two parents who say that she is white. and we do have cloudy skies. temperatures continue to cool off today. i'll let you know by how much when we continue after the break.
from the san francisco symphony. it was the oakland coliseum. we weren't cool then. >> i saw a pink martini. they were fantastic. >> they're from oregon. >> give them the genere. >> kind of like boston nova. kind of jazzy. >> you're so hip and cool. hi twin daughters came in yesterday and they love annie. they were like the beautiful girl. what is the beautiful girl going to wear today? >> they wanted me to wear purple. >> your twins are darling. >> we are cowgirls. >> plans with your kids today, temperatures are going to be a little cooler. so the cool down continues. a little bit of fog out there but it is a cool start. now, sfo we're not really
seeing that much cloud cover this morning. we have partly cloudy conditions. so good news for travelers who are traveling in where we have no delays on arriving flights. south bay planner looks like this. partly cloudy a cool start. temperatures in the 50s right now. but lunchtime more sunshine. it'll be pleasant. temperatures warming up into the 70s. mild to warm conditions for the afternoon. mid-70s for the bay. visibility right now, hey, not too bad. two and a half this morning. six mile visibility. five in oakland due to the cloudy conditions but the fog isn't all that dense. we may see a little bit of drizzle for the coast this morning. temperatures right now 57 in nevad o. future cast shows still warm up to pretty comfortable conditions. generally 70s and some 80s. we won't be seeing streamed
heat today. good news if you want to get a break. a lot of 80s for our livermore valley. the city probably staying in the 60s today. so if you got plans to head out or the north beach festival pack those layers. 81 in campbell. 83 in the valley. upper 70s in san jose and for the peninsula looking at 75 in redwood city. downtown san francisco mid-60s but the winds are going to pick up today especially for the afternoon. it'll feel a little chilly. our giant forecast playing the arizona diamondbacks this afternoon. first pitch at 1:05. it'll be windy. a westerly breeze. 10 to 20 miles an hour. definitely pack those layers. looks like this. plenty of sunshine. a little cooler tomorrow and then temperatures rebound slightly for tuesday and wednesday. theresa?
>> thank you very much. big pothole problem is about to get some much needed help. starting tomorrow they'll be filling in peace of the lord holes across oakland. this is video of have a giant pothole we found. they've been complaining for quite some time and they've been saying the cars and bicycles have been damaged. it'll take place over the next seven weeks. two homes were damaged after a grass fire near blue rock springs creek. crews worked well into the night to extinguish the fire. here's the reaction from neighbors who live in the area. >> reporter: as the warm, dry winds whip up, so do the flames of several grass fires. a little too close. she live just a few feet away.
>> fire. you could hear it. just like a campfire but just a little bit louder and smoking, very smoky. >> about to go down there and look and see what it looked like. we seen the smoke and we heard sirens. >> the land acting as fuel near the corridor. firefighters called out at least three times saturday. the first fire burning in the morning. causing damage to part of a roof when a hot ember landed on top of the house. they were able to contain it before it did any major damage to the home. all they can do is hope nothing flairs up again. >> i just hope that they did their job really good and fast because if it didn't get done fast then this whole area is in trouble. >> and nobody was injured as a result of any of these fires. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
reporting in valeo. >> russia and china are reportedly repredicted flies by edward snowden. more than 1 million files were opened. intelligence techniques. the unnamed official claimed information could jeopardize the identity of it american and british spies. the london times reports that western intelligence agencies have been removed. snowden is living in russia which granted asylum. they've charged him with es peonage and theft of government property. happening now a major showdown as thousands of people rally for democracy in china today. they're pressuring lawmakers to reject beijing-back two-race election reforms. one of several massive protests on the issue. it would allow direct elections for the first time but would
also require candidates screening. activists blasted the reforms. lawmakers take up the reform starting wednesday. >> coming up on kron4 news a victory for california workers who live in one of the state's largest cities and how much they're going to get paid per hour. live look outside right now. this is the bay bridge. at 8:00 this morning, there's still a lot of fog out there. we'll be right back. whene goo the stor find my x of hon bunes of oat d i'm chking toseif i packaged it he ss "it ha a rtain code th'my line,th is the da." the last letterswe p22, tha's .
to lift themselves out of poverty. >> we have seen how expensive poverty has been for all of us. poverty costs us money. small businesses and some nonprofits will have an extra year to phase in the minimum wage increase. l.a. joins san francisco with phased- in minimum wage laws. a proposal that would require small size carry-on luggage. pay more on check-in or millions of pieces of new luggage. this is just another way to make more money at customer's expense. he also comes at a time when airline profits are expected to soar this year. a parked car goes flying into a san francisco restaurant. how it happened, we'll have that story coming for you. this is sfo.
welcome back. taking a live look outside. you can see that kind of heavy layer. what is that? >> a deeper marine layer. cloudy conditions. we are looking at cloudy conditions and the temperatures are going to continue to cool off this afternoon. if you're done with the heat, it's inland, well good news it'll continue to cool down. temperatures will be more comfortable today. a live look at some of our other cameras. we have a really nice conditions and temperatures are going to be warming up into the 80s today. a lot more comfortable.
you can see here mostly cloudy conditions as well. a little bit on the cooler side today. check out our east bay planner for the next 30 minutes. some patchy fog. a little cooler out there. in the 50s. by lunchtime becoming sunny and mild. low 80s inland to mid to upper 60s. by 3:00 p.m. not as hot but breezy. 10 to 15 miles an hour. our inland spots into the mid and upper 80s today. so here's a look at how the rest of the bay area is looking right now. 53 in san francisco. upper 50s in fremont and? san jose. 62 in livermore much temperatures are a little cooler starting off this morning. highs for today not too bad. we have a spread of low 70s for the oakland area and then mid- 80s for livermore and so temperatures will be more
comfortable today. it still looks pretty nice this afternoon. under partly cloudy conditions. if you're going to have a little tailgating party outside. more details on how your east bay highs break down a little bit later. theresa? >> thanks. happening right now one person is recovering after a multicar crash. the accident sent a parked car into a building. it happened just before 5:30 near seventh and bryant streets. dugall tells us exactly what happened. >> i called 9-1-1. >> reporter: sitting at her desk working on the computer at the time. >> he was coming at a very, very fast pace. >> reporter: at about 5:30 in the evening she saw the driver of this blue acura see danish diligents speeding off the offramp and on to briept street. >> it looked like smoke and it was like fish tailing.
the next thing i heard this large boom which sounded like a bomb or something so loud. i saw the car flying up on the sidewalk and debris flying everywhere. >> this happened where the driver barreled into three parked yet unoccupied cars. one of which is city-owned suv sent flying into the cafi. >> the business was closed. nobody was inside. we've check the interior of the building. nobody inside. the business is closed at this time. >> reporter: treated for minor injuries. >> it's possible that his level of intoxication will be tested but that's too earlier to say right now. >> i thought he was being chased because of the rate of speed and he was out of control. new this morning, the suspicious car forced police to close down several streets in san francisco last night.
the bomb squad was called in to investigation. this happened around 9:30 last night on the 400 block of stevenson street. officers shutdown stevenson beneath fifth and sixth. they shutdown fifth between market and mission. after more that are two hours the car fortunately was not a threat and the roads were reopened. happening right now the century for two escaped inmates is entering its ninth day. police searched a farm. both men were serving time for murder. a prison employee is helping them escape. there has been no confirmed sitings of the two men so far. a highly anticipated report is now out this morning shedding new light on what happened in the deadly police
shooting of rice in cleveland ohio. what was in that 200-page report. >> reporter: the investigation by the sheriff's department seems to confirm the story most people know. but delivers greater detail. in a key finding the report cannot confirm a police officer's statement he shouted orders to rice before shooting him. saying according to witnesses interviews it's unclear whether he shouted verbal commands from inside the zone car to rice. who was loactded inside of the gazebo area prior to discharging his weapon. he was one to two seconds after getting out of his car. one that hit the boy standing four and a half to seven feet away. the documents revealed moments after the shooting requested ems then asked for them again asking to step it up. in a third request asked for cleveland fire to respond.
it would take 8 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. he was given first aid by an fbi agent who arrived 4 minutes after the shooting. the agent who's name is blacked out turned over and acknowledged then looked at me. he reached for my hand. >> the sheriff's department also investigating the 9-1-1 call reporting a male on the playground threatening with a gun. the report reveals the caller was drinking a beer in the park waiting on a bus. >> scary stuff. >> he told the police operator the suspect could be a juvenile and the gun was probably fake. critical information never given to the officers. why it wasn't passed along, she went silent saying she refused to answer questions per her attorney. the investigation says rice got the pellet gun from his
best friend. they told the investigators it's not real, had been removed during a repair and couldn't get it back on. in numerous statements officers and emergency responders who saw the weapon next to rice say they thought it was real. they said rice appeared much older and larger than a child. 16 and 20 and that he looked about 200 pounds. it's only when rice's sister arrives he's 12. >> some noticeable things missing. they declined to be interviewed. not in the 200-page report no conclusion if it was justified or not. other big news we're following a child who police say was abducted has been found
safe. she abducted her 18 month old from the 1800 block saturday afternoon. rodriguez was there for a planned parental visit which she took off. she's been arrested. she could not face child endangerment charges. >> still ahead on kron4 news weekend it could be faster, more efficient ways of battling wild fires. a new system one person is hoping that firefighters could use out in the field in the future and a bay area event that want ios you to get baked. what was the sale that brought so much interest to san francisco? that coming up.
vendors sold pot infused cup cakes. a voter initiative next year. >> well these events are important because it puts out a positive outlook on medical cannabis and it gets knowledge out to the public that i think that maybe isn't getting out all the time. it's just a great way for people to come out and have fun. >> only people with proof of a did's recommendation were allowed to eat the food. coming up on kron4 a big honor for former congressperson gabrielle giffords.
partly sunny. here's a live look at sfo where we also have mostly sunny conditions this morning. great news for travelers. no delays this morning. same deal for oakland and san jose. san jose looks like this. upper 50s. under mostly sunny conditions but by lunchtime 75. really pleasant conditions. temperature peaking at 78 degrees this afternoon. right around 3:00, 4:00 under a nest wind 5 to 10 miles an hour. visibility right now we're not seeing a dense fog as we did see yesterday morning but still seeing reduced visibility down to two and a half miles. three in santa rosa. we did see the clouds also impacting a good portion of the bay area but livermore looking at mostly sunny conditions. 62 degrees. 57 in oakland. temperatures are feeling a little cooler out there and when you factor in the gray
skies a little chilly. i would definitely bring out a jacket morning clouds and fog. good news for those of you that want a break. we'll hold on to sunny and dry pattern for the next few days. look like this. temperature in the lower 70s. 67. we're tacking 74 in union city and our inland spots much more comfortable. 82 in walnut creek. a really nice sunday for you. 87 in brentwood. next three days look like this. the cooling continues through monday under mostly sunny conditions. sea breeze giving us plenty of sunshine. rebounding a little bit. we're talking low 90s inland. faster clearing on tuesday under sunny conditions. 74 for the bay shoreline and 60s for the coast. they do look pretty
comfortable. no major changes over the next several days and look ahead to father's day weekend. it looks pretty nice. no extreme heat and it's going to be dry. take dad golfing, go ahead and make those plans. theresa? thank you. in national news, the body of a massachusetts man fighting in syria is now home. the plane arrived saturday in logan airport in boston carrying the body of 36-year- old keith bloomburg. he was killed june 3rd in syria and believed to be the first u.s. forces. his parents say that he no military training but he compelled to fight against what he considered evil forces. keeping a close eye on a wild fire. that fire was sparked by lightning last week. it's grown now to 1.300 ache
acres. so far the fair is only 5% contained. this fire is burning halfway between redding. it's 20 different blazes due to lightning in the area last week. one company hopes its equipment will help firefighters. brian johnson reports. >> reporter: in another year of drought the company is not going away. in fact they believe their closer to filling the fire fighting gap here in california and across the united states. that's why they're moving here, close to the airport. >> he wants to use his container deliver system to fight wild fires in california more effectively. half the time, half the cost to save as many homes as possible. >> it goes into the airplane as regular cargo. it goes out of the airplane as regular cargo and opens in
midair and empties like a huge pitcher of water. >> we kid around and say you can put salsa in it. >> we first introduced you last year and his product continues to expand globally but may finally be moving forward locally. >> the u.s. air guard has decided to pursue adopting or looking into this mission of aerial fire fighting. we'll compete for that opportunity. >> and that's why he's packing up the boxes and moving here into a 41,000 square foot facility near the airport. >> this building was well suited for us. we need to stack things up high. he has high expectations and nothing is guaranteed but he's a man on a mission to save
homes by dropping boxes. >> he hopes to have this place up and around bit end of july. he hopes to have some veterans applying to work for him. >> brian johnson reporting. very interesting story. back open after it was destroyed by a massive fire in the mission district earlier this year. a grand opening event saturday. one of 3 # businesses that was displaced by a fire. one person died, six others were injured. the owners are opening that their customers will come back. >> we just want our customers to find us again. and we also aim to get new customers. because our lives really change after the mission fire. our -- i'm talking about not only economics but emotionally,
you know, effected. it was closed for four months during renovations. coming up on kron4 weekend edition, invading east bay beaches right now. let's take a live look odd. bay bridge approach. you can see right there we still have foggy conditions and you can see the current temperatures in san jose. looks like it's going to warm up a little bit. that's some good news. annie will be right back with us.
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the legacy of president obama and former presidents franklin d. roosevelt and her husband, bill clinton. a u.s. navy combat ship now bears her name. she attended with her husband former nasa astronaut mark kelly. >> i'm surreal to be here today. thank you for this honor. in congress, i was proud to support our armed forces. i love the navy. i even married a sailor. >> that's so sweet. giffords was shot in the head in 2011. she retired to focus on her
recovery. >> giants -- east bay beaches in unusual numbers amenta they look alien these sea creatures are harmless plant eaters. they don't look harmless. dozens have been spotted on some beaches at the same time and authorities say that the boom may be related to warmer temperatures. the creatures came way up to 15 pounds or more but the one spotted in the east bay or stronger. they're about the size of the first. >> still pretty big. still coming up, coverage of the nba final continue. we will have a sports guru in. studio to break it down and tell you all about tonight's matchup. san francisco is set to become the first city to require warnings on soda advertisements. talk to the person behind the
this is is bay area's news station, good morning, we are tracking more warm weather ahead for your sunday. you are looking at live picture off the embarcadero. you can see the fog, any promises it's going to be a fabulous day. we got annie on the deck looking out, you are beautiful. we can look at you, you can talk about the beautiful weather you promise we are going to get. >> some people want it hot, some people want the rain, some want fog. it's going to be cooler. it will be more comfortable for a lot of people inland. i had to put my hair back, it's windy up here.
we are on the third floor on fronts street overlooking embarcadero. cloudy conditions and foggy. the marine layer is deeper today. we are seeing cloudy conditions all across the bay area except san jose, partly cloudy skies now. livermore seeing more sunshine. checking out the day planner for san francisco for today. a lot going on in the city. maybe you are going to the giants game this afternoon, play the diamond backs, maybe to north beach festival. i had a great time. here it is. temperatures now in the upper 50s, we will get to 65 degrees, lunchtime today. it will be nice, it's going to feel cool when you factor in the winds, coming in from west at 10- 20 miles per hour. we will be breezy. it was breezy yesterday, too. with the winds stronger today and temperatures a little cooler today's, you are going to want -- today, you are going to want to put the layers on. by 4:00, today, temperatures
will cool down to and 63 degrees, we will see some sunshine, some clouds, if you are towards the coast, daily city, pacifica, you will hold on to mostly cloudy conditions for all of this sunday. when i come back,ly let you know how long the cooling conditions last before another warm up comes this way a little bit later. we will check in with you in 15 minutes. another news, important news, the warriors chased for a championship continues tonight. golden state will taken to cavaliers on game 5 of the mba finals. best of 7 is died 2-2. let's get you caught up on what has happened. after winning a close game, losing two close games, warrior coach, steve cur, shook up the line up in game four and beat the calves by 21 points. andre started for r the first time this season.
22 points, lebron had his worst performance. we saw a lot more double teaming from the warriors, he took that terrible spill, losing his balance and crashed in to a tv camera. he was not seriously hurt. he will be back in the game. both teams were getting it on at the warriors practice facility, we sent jeff to watch to see if he could find to put the coach had more tricks up his sleeve for the game. >> reporter: warriors and cavaliers held their last practice before sunday night's game 5 of the mba finals and the conversation was all about the changes the warriors made to the line up to get a game four win in cleveland. >> at this level, talk about winning. everyone has to make sacrifices. >> biggest thing, when we are faced with the death sentence we won in cleveland. we found a way to get a good victory.
we are back home and got to take care of business. >> reporter: a relax looking james had to take in to account the line up that gave them that victory. >> they started small ball but played a loft small ball all year. it's the luxury that the coach has with the type of personnel he has. >> the question is whether or not small ball is the answer. what starting line up will the coach employ sunday night? >> we won game one. we had a great season with the normal line up. try to get the offense going. >> reporter: lebron will always be lebron. >> we got to this point by playing the way we play. we are not going to change. we will make adjustments but we won't change the strong line
up. jeff pierce, kron4 news. >> metallica set to perform the national anthem. in 15 minutes we will talk to ryan from the associated press radio network about the match up. we have been asking for the fan picks, we got a special one in to the newsroom, check this out. i told my twins to take a picture, there they are. their dad took this picture. go team, go. send us your pictures. we will put you on tv. we will more coming up. switching gears, stories we never like to talk about. in the east bay, a 3 year old boy drowned in a swimming pool at his family's home. it happened yesterday afternoon, the boy got in to the pool while his parents were inside the home. emergency crews rushed to the scene and attempted cpr but the boy died. new this morning , the
father of the gunman killed after attack on dallas police headquarters is speaking out. we brought you the story live yesterday. reporter sarah with cnn has more on the latest conversation with the gunman. >> everyone of us has a breaking point. everyone of us. >> did your son hit his breaking point? >> he hit his breaking point were jim is teetering on the edge himself. filled with grief, after his son james, attacked police and was killed for it. he says james was the man behind the attack on the dallas police headquarters. three hours before the attack, he was sitting right here with his dad. >> he told me he loved me and going back to west texas. i told him, have a safe trip. >> reporter: that is not what
happened. before the sun came up, james was dead. killed by a police sniper after threatening to blow police up for taking his child. he could have his van was laidend with explosives that police detonated. >> he mowed my yard yesterday. told me he was going to back in 10 days to mow it again. >> did you have any idea? >> no. no. >> i knew he was angry. he blamed them for taking his son. i tried to tell him the police didn't do it. the police were doing their job, to enforce the laws, you got to go back to the liberal people that put the laws in place where cps can grab kids away. they are enforcing the laws. >> reporter: he lost custody of
his son, to his mother , the boy's grandmother. a family fight in 2013 proceeded the custody battle. >> his mother, her half brother, and james had a fight in her house. >> reporter: james was arrested for multiple assault charges on family members, the charges were eventually dropped. >> while he was here this time, he said, dad, i lost my house, my tools, my son, i'm going through every dime i can't find a job because i got domestic violence on my record. i have lost everything. then you have hopelessness. >> why didn't he get help? >> where? where does a white male get help? >> coming up, our coverage of the mba finals continues, we will have sports writer, guru,
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good morning. welcome back. time is 9:15. happy sunday, everyone. a live look at sso this morning, you can see now, we have sunny skies, a few clouds, a nice afternoon. no delays right now for the airports including sfo, looks like we have a little bit of a weather issue. the delay is zero minutes. there maybe delays coming up. oak land, san jose, no problems, no delays. partly cloudy now, cool for the
next 30 minutes. temperatures in the 50s, by lunchtime, sunshine, pleasant conditions, 70s by that hour. 3:00 p.m. mild to warm for the afternoon hours. temperatures in upper 70s inland including san jose today. visibility, not bad. 3-mile sanna rosa. drizzle and fog, around until 11 this morning. temperatures right now are generally in the 50s, we have 60s including 64 in liver moor, sunny skies, 61 antioch. low 60s redwood city and san jose. future cast, temperatures are warming up today again, lunchtime a lot of 70s and 80s, indicated by the yellow and the orange. no extreme heats in to the forecast for today. the cool down continues because of the ridge of high pressure continues the weekend. by 3:00 p.m., we will see 80s, maybe a few spots getting close to 90.
overall more comfortable today, and temperatures will be generally staying in the 60s for the coast. by tonight cooling down. east bay shore highs, for 3:00, partly to mostly sunny, 65 berkley. low 70s oakland. 68 hayward. you will feel the biggest difference in temperatures, not 100s, no more 90s. talking 86 antioch. 87 brentwood and livermore. next three days, the cooling continues through tomorrow, mid- 80s inland. upper 60s for the bay, on thursday, we have a modest warming trend once again. more details on how the rest of the workweek looks, i have your san francisco giants baseball forecast coming up next. tonight is game 5 for the mba finals. warriors back at home to take on lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers. the series is tied, two games a
piece. lot of questions going in tonight's game. talk ing to ap, we got -- >> yes. >> you got the pen. >> yes. >> i got the necklace. >> i looked every for a dress in the blue colors. i'm thinking good karma, our team is going to win. what are they going to have to focus on? >> making sure anybody else doesn't have a big game. they were able to contain james in game four, 20 points, half of what he has been getting. matthew didn't have a good night. that's the key. they have been talking about. don't let anybody but lebron have a big game. >> this morning, is ker going to talk about strategy? do we think he is going to throw something out there so we think one thing and he come out and plays andre like he did this game now. >> that was @h an interesting
scenario. it was the video coordinator who came up with the idea. the previous head coach, when he was a player was tbreg with the spurs -- greg with the spurs. the coordinator went to luke walltop and walton went to cur and said, we got this idea that maybe we should start and have boga come off the ben and have more speed and quickless. >> they were like -- quickness. >> you can come up with the best scenarios or coaching strategies late at night. i wopped fer the etch cos f get sleep. that's -- i wonder in the coaches ever get any sleep. >> now they need to have their head in the game.
lebron has 50 pounds on top of these guys. he can be like a bowling ball with pins and knock them down. how are they going to contain them? >> you try to rattle somewhat. he had the incident where he ran in to the camera and had a cut in the back of his head. get him out of his rhythm a little bit. a lot of times things are going his way. i just think he is a driven player and knows he is trying to cement his legacy by winning the third title, bringing one back to cleveland. the cavaliers never had a championship , the city of cleveland hasn't had one since 1964. >> we are watching lebron and the game. it's amazing to see, does he need to shoot or nail all the three pointers this time around? >> he doesn't. he has other people on the bench, the shirt mentioned
strength in numbers. they got other shooters, > drey has become a strong shooter and a strong inside presence as well. all these guys is have to work together. orioles have 12 healthy players. cavaliers have been running a 7- man rotation. >> they look a little tired. >> hopefully the warriors will wear them down some more. >> they will have a large screen in the parking lot. hopefully that's going to generate more passion outside pushing in to the colosseum. what is it like to be there? talk about the fever. >> it's amazing. i think i experienced before the run was back in the 06-07, we believe year. they hasn't been to the playoffs in 13 years. the arena that the warriors play in was 1966.
they are in an older building. it's a special atmosphere. for fans not able to afford it, they will have a watch party for game 6. i encourage people to come out and it's a family friendly event. for the admission you get a commemorative comer card, a towel, it's going to be cool and a ticket as well. >> i'm doing radio hits and trying to follow the game i'm looking forward. >> stay with us, we'll be right back.
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tickets and forced to travel across the bay bridge. all due to the fact that the driver ignored the signs. one of the signs in question is do not enter sign, located in san francisco. next the traffic signal. ignore it because if you see the traffic signal, one would assume the drive would see the red and white do not enter except for buses and taxi signs. there are black and white signs that say right turn only and this no left turn sign. not only are many drivers not turning right, some are turning left illegally if i may add that. the passenger of this truck asked me what i was looking for, i said people behaving badly. >> i'm going second. >> all right.
i'm just curious. >> for the record, this lane is a transit only lane, so public transit can access the bay bridge, it's not for uber or lift, or limos, it's for taxis and buses. it's also not for city issued vehicles, and no you are not permitted to make a left or right, a u turn. but drivers do. which brings us back to the driver of the white honda who is faced with a brand new trio of do q irection, the driver is forced on the dedicated transit lane, and onto the bay bridge where the nearest turn around would be, treasure island. the fine for ignoring the signs is $367. the fine for driving in a restricted lane could set you back a whopping 648 bucks. read the signs and follow them. reading the free.
we are tracking warm weather, looking live outside, annie, it's not looking promising. look as little gloomy. kind of looking kinds of unfortunately like we need coffee to wake up on that one. >> the mint mojito. this is a typical pattern. we start off cloudy and foggy. the clouds should be burning off throughout 11, lunchtime today. temperatures will continue to cool down today. that's the good news for you who don't like the weather too hot. don't like it hot, hot but i
like getting in to the pool and having fun. >> we have some pool weather, it depends on how warm you need it to be for pool weather. it's subjective. a live look outside, we have cloudy conditions in san francisco. right now our day planner looking low 60s, we will see 65 by lunchtime today, the clouds should be clearing out for partly cloudy conditions today. temperatures reaching an afternoon high of 66 degrees, few degrees cooler today compared to yesterday, by 4:00ing temperatures around 63. factor in the winds today, breezy yesterday and more this afternoon, west winds at 10- 20 miles per hour, that's going to make it feel cool. 60 san francisco. 59 oakland. san jose 61. high today, the spread starts 60s for the city and the coast, hilting upper 70s r -- hitting upper 70s for san jose. lower 70s oakland. comfortable, partly cloudy conditions, low 80s in concord.
upper 70s sanna rosa. comfortable weather, pool weather, if you like it to be pleasant but not too hot. a look at the giants forecast and south bay forecast coming up on the next weather hit. back to you. a highly anticipated report is out shedding lite on what happened in the deadly police shooting of 12 year old rice in cleveland ohio >> reporter: the investigation by the sheriff's department confirms the story. the report cannot confirm a police officer statement he shouted orders to rice before shooting him instead saying, it sun clear whether officer loman shouted verbal commands from inside the zone card to rice who was located inside of the gazebo area prior to
discharging his weapon. investigators found him shot 1 to 2 seconds, firing two shots, one hit the boy standing 4.5 to 7 feet away. the documents revealed moments after the shooting officer frank requested ems, asked for ems again telling them quote step it up, then in a third request, asked for cleveland fire to respond, it would take 8 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. the report says rice was given first aid by an fbi agent, trained as a pair paramedics. the agents said rice turned over and acknowledged and looked at me, and like reached for my hand. the sheriff's department investigated the 911 call reporting a male on the playground threatening with an apparent gun. the caller was drinking a beer in the park waiting on a bus. he told the police oper the
suspect could be a juvenile and the gun was probably fake. critical information never given to the responding police officers. when the dispatcher was asked why the information wasn't passed along , the report says she went silent saying she refused to answer questions per her attorney. the investigation says rice got the pellet gun from his best friend trading a cell phone for it. the friend told investigators the orange ring identifying the gun is not real, had been removed during a repair and couldn't get it back on. in numerous statements officers and emergency responders who saw the weapon next to rice say they thought it was real, they said rice appeared much older and larger than a child. offering age estimates between 16-20, he looked 200 pounds. rice's sister arrived and they learn he is 12. some noticeable missing items in the report, both fist
responding police officers declined to be interviewed and the family. not in the report, no conclusion as to whether the shooting was justified or not. happening now tings search for two escaped inmates in york is entering the 9th day. they searched for mat and sweat. both receiverring time for murder when they e -- both were serving time for murder when they escapeed from prison. no confirmed sightings so far of the two men. spokane na acc naacp dolezol released a statement, she will release response during monday's monthly member meeting. she has been accused of representing herself as african
american and other ethnicities including white and native american. her parents from montana say her birth certificate says she is only white. happening now, police are looking for three suspects in a jewelry store robbery that happened in a small unincorporated town. the incident happened in point reyes around 11 on saturday morning. the store owner was robbed, by three men, one in which was armed. the shopper found the owner tied up in a room 30 minutes after the robbery. jewelry from several display cases were stolen. police are investigating. coming up, san francisco set to become the fist city in the nation to require warnings on soda ads. we will talk to the person behind the proposal, scott weaner. fist, very scary moments in the east bay as the grass fire
welcome back. bay area news, grass fire left two homes damaged. the flames broke out along creek view near blue rock springs creek. crews worked well in tonight to extinguish the fire. scott rates has reaction from neighbors. >> reporter: as the warm dry winds whip up, so do the flames of grass fires, fires burning chose to this vellejo neighborhood a little too close for amanda, she live as few feet away from the flames. >> i hear you can hear it. like a campfire. a little bit louder. >> before we noticed, we were about to go down and look and see what it looked like, soon as we got down the hill a little bit, we seen the smoke and we head sirens. >> reporter: the parched land
acting as fuel for the fires burning near the corridor. firefighters called out at least three times saturday the first fire burning in the morning, causing damage to part of a roof, when a hot ember landed on top of the house. firefighters were able to contain it before it did major damage to the home. now all amanda and he family can do is hope nothing flairs up again. >> i hope they did their job good and fast. >> reporter: nobody was injured as a result of the fires today. now, the cause of the fire is still under investigation. north bay should be a nice days temperatures are going to be around ample. highs for the south bay coming up and peninsula and the giants baseball forecast coming up.
welcome back. time is coming up at 9:45, happy sunday. we have cloudy skies, and we will see the clouds clearing out for partly to mostly sunny conditions this afternoon. we will start off gray. check out your east bay planner for today. the next 30 minutes, expecting cloudy conditions with patchy fog. temperatures in the near mid- 60s inland to upper 50s for the bay shoreline including oakland. temperatures mid to upper 80s for the inland spots. we are seeing breezy conditions out there including oak land 14 miles per hour. winds west, cooler ocean air. 13 in concord. the winds will get stronger this afternoon, visibility down to 2.5 miles for half-moon bay.
we are seeing temperatures warming up out there a little bit more so, 50s and 60s across the board. low 60s fairfield. 54 downtown. temperatures incliewnd, feeling a difference and relief from the heat today. tomorrow morning clouds again for your monday morning ride. cooling continues for the afternoon. we will hold onto the sunny and dry pattern and mild to warm conditions. a look at the forecast for the peninsula. temperature will be around 73 san mateo. notice the coast, holding on to cloudy conditions today. keeping us in the 60s. windy in the afternoon, pack the layers if you are going to the north beach festival in north beach today. giants forecast.
first pitch at 1:05 today. temperature mid-60s. partly cloudy, some sun and also windy. west winds 10- 20. pack the layers, it's going to feel cool once you factor in the winds. the storm tracker for 7day, little cooler tomorrow, slight bump in temperatures for tuesday and wednesday. a law approved by the board, here to join us to talk about this, supervisor scott weaner proposed the warning this is a collective effort amongst supervisors, a couple of key ones that contribute to this. first and foremost, why do this? what is, what was your driving force on this? >> thanks for having this
discussion today. soda and sugary drinks are fueling the explosion of diabetes. it used to be a disease of aging. they are half of all sugar, in the american diet, one 12-ounce can has 10 teaspoons of sugar. it is what fuels diabetes andsore health problems as well. as with cigarettes we have to do health warnings on the ads. there are other things we need to do as well including education, possibly tax policy, berkley passed the first soda tax in the country, making sure people understand they need to consider healthier choices. >> devils advocate. why do this? why can't paints just be in charge of saying what the kids should and shouldn't eat or drink. >> parents are in charge of
what their kids eat or drink. this legislation doesn't ban anything. as with cigarettes we wants to support efforts to keep kids healthy by having the warnings. it's all love and happiness and puppies and rainbows '%a"4 nd reminding people, these drinks, one to two cans of soda a day increases the risk of diabetes, by 26%. we want parents to have control over what their kids eat and drink, we want to support that especially because we know that the soda industry, specifically targets kids with marketing and trying to get kids to drink more. in california, teenagers are drinking more and more especially sports drinks and energy drinks with huge amounts of sugar. >> what about as far as we were running a story yesterday, about no sugary drinks and hospitals, vending machines and how did that come about? >> ucsf in san francisco general hospital are two of the
cutting edge institution , the research linking sugary drinks to diabetes, and fatty liver disease and health problems, that rehas come out of ucsf. it was powerful to see ucsf put the money where it's mouth is and say the drinks are making people sick and we are not going to provide them in our facilities anymore. >> i was reading an editorial in the san francisco chronicle, this person was saying, you guys are overstepping your bounds and the editorial comment was also that, this is a very complicated situation, why are you doing this, you shouldn't be doing this. what would you say to something like this? >> a woman named leesa, she is on the payroll of the american beverage association, her views are contrary to the scientific
consensus in the country. when you look at cigarettes over decades, we were able to reduce smoking rates from over 50%, to a little bit more than 15%. when we did it through health warnings on ads and cigarettes, cigarette taxes, education, with a bunch of different smart public policy moves, that really collapsed smoking rates. we needs to do with the same with soda. >> here is the warning, this is going to be on everything? >> so the health warning will be on billboards, signs, outside or insides of stores, any kind of stationary advertising a sign or billboard, we can't put it on, require it locally on the product, the state can do that, there is a bill that's failed a few times in the state legislator, to require health warnings on the drinks
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kick off for the stern grove festival in san francisco, here is video from a past event. the festival starts at 2:00, with the doobie brothers and performances by the san francisco symphony and ballet. runs through august 16th. if you are going out to stern grove today, we are going to see cool conditions for the san francisco area, especially towards stern grove, we are going to see a limited sunshine today, may stay cloudy for you. pack the layers and the winds are going to pick up in the city and pretty much all across the bay this afternoon.
when you factor in the winds, its will be cooling down, temperatures cooler tomorrow. ex-lents. what initially looked like an officer pulling over an elderly woman ended up he was giving her a special escort. a woman was on her scooter veering in to the road. she says she was lost. the trooper went to extreme measures to make sure that the woman made it home safely. >> our motto is service with humility. it took a lot of patience and humility to take care of this lady. >> this officer had patience, he drove her for 70 minutes at 6 miles an hour, to the woman's home. that's sweet.
we got the big warrior game, i want to thank you for joining us. cloudy conditions out there, the winds will pick up today. the giants game going on at 1:05 today. we will be playing the diamond backs. if you are going out, folks will be out for that. pack the layers, the fleece, the hoodies , the jackets, temperatures will feel cool.
discover the champion in you! . (applause) well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes and if you're ever in our area please stop by and be a part of one of the services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. thanks so much for tuning in. thank you again for coming out today. i like to start with something funny. i heard about this minister. he was finishing up a fiery sermon on self-control. he said with great passion "if i had all the beer in the world i would throw it into the river." with a greater fervor he said "if i had all the wine in the world i would throw it into the river." almost at the top of his lungs, "if i had all the whiskey in the world i would