tv Mornings on 2 FOX April 24, 2014 7:00am-9:01am PDT
we are live at oakland's golden gate district where police are investigating reports of shots fired minutes ago. we'll bring you the latest on the victim injured. we have a new eyewitness account at the apartment fire that swept through the campus. an 84-year-old man arrested for a frightening incident at a daly city medical center. the critical question that still needs to be answered. basketball fans, counting down the hours. the warriors are back at home getting ready for the critical nba playoff game against the clippers. "mornings on 2" begins right now. we're live at san pablo avenue on the border of oakland and emeryville. an active police investigation is underway there right now after one person was shot just about an hour ago. ktvu's brian flores just arrived on the scene in the
last 15 minutes and coming up in two minutes, the technology that helped alert police to this crime. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve, tori doesn't need an umbrella today? >> not today. tomorrow i would say so. we have a lot of fog, some of it is thick on the coast. in eureka a steady rain, nothing too heavy. some of that cloud cover will favor the north bay first. you can see the rain moving through. it's on its way. a couple of 40s but a lot of 50s. much warmer on the lows. not only the fog but an onshore breeze out of the west for most. some of that cloud cover, not too heavy yet but mostly cloudy skies to the north. our system is here. it won't be in until tomorrow morning. two parts of it and then the colder air comes in. not a lof of rain on it. we'll still getting some out of
it tomorrow. breezy, cloudy, cloudy to the north bay. increasing clouds and 60s and low 70s for most. here's sal. we have a look at the south bay commute. i want to show you that the traffic is going to be busy on northbound 101. we had word of a crash northbound 101 near the brokaw exit. i don't see it anymore. wherever it was traffic is slow coming up from 280 up into sunnyvale. 280 and 85 are still doing okay. there is slowing on 280. i would say that's your best freeway to get into the valley. bay bridge toll plaza, 20- minute drive time into san francisco. maybe picking up a little bit to 25 if you are at the very end of the line and you are in the slowest rain. that kind of thing but it's around that ballpark time. this is a look at richmond slash san rafael bridge approach. traffic is moderate.
back. back to the breaking news. oakland police are investigating an early-morning morning shooting. the shot spotter picked up shots on the border of emeryville and oakland. that's where brin -- brian flores is. it's still an active scene? >> reporter: yes, it is. this is 62nd near the border of oakland and emeryville. you can see several cop cars out here looking for any shell casings or any evidence they could find in terms of what happened in terms of the shooting. from what we understand at least one person was shot this morning around 6:02. tori, as you mentioned that spot shotter tic technology led police here. one person was shot. apparently the person was bleeding and he self- transported himself to highland hospital. this is an area called the
golden gate district. there is a school behind near where the shots were fired near the maynard academy. just to the north off 63rd is the golden gate academy. that's north. i want to take it back out here live. you can see a response out here. one lane is blocked off as police are continuing to evidence looking for any evidence, shell casings. still haven't heard from police on exactly what happened. one person was shot. taken to hospital. unknown condition as well. we'll continue to work this story talk with oakland police as well as residents who may have heard the shooting that happened after 6:00 this morning. we're live in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> i was in my bedroom and then i hear some people yelling upstairs. help! call the fire department! >> fire forced a group of san jose students to run for their lives. we have cell phone video of the ball of games and new pictures
from inside a burned-out unit. the building is on east williams street. christien kafton is at the apartment building where investigators think they may know where the fire started. >> reporter: some really dramatic stories coming out of this. firefighters saying they believe the fire originated in the top floor unit. you can see the front door of the unit boarded up. that area believed to be the origin of the fire. now, we have some video from inside of that burned-out apartment unit. this, again, firefighters believe the fire may have started in the couch. residents shot dramatic video as the flames swept through the apartment building. one resident says it all started after he lit a candle and discarded a match on the couch. the fire started and the roommate ran out for safety only to realize his roommate was still inside the apartment. the roommate used his own mobile phone to call back to
his roommate who bolted for safety and was injured in the process. firefighters say he was second- degree burns and is expected to survive. we have eyewitness accounts from a resident who saw that man as they themselves ran for safety. >> he was burned on his side, jis colored skin and -- discolored skin and stuff. he was stuck in the fire for maybe a minute or so. i'm not sure. kind of scary. >> reporter: because of the eyewitness account, firefighters don't believe it is suspicious. they say it appears to be an accident. most residents are being allowed back home. the folks that we've talked to this morning have confirmed this is right around midterms time. it's not the kind of distraction that students need as they prepare forment tests. we're live in san jose, christien kafton, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. another warning of a scam
that's costing people hundreds of dollars. among the four known victims is this woman who asked us to identify her only as ann. she says a man claiming to be sergeant jackson of the san francisco sheriff's department told her she needed to pay a fine for failing to appear for jury duty. he instructed her to buy a prepaid cash card in the amount of $480. she then gave him the card's account number, allowing him to access the money. >> i work, you know, to supplement my income because i'm retired. i work part time. but it hurts. it really hurts that someone would call on my home phone and lie to me. >> ann realized she was scam when she went to court the next day and was told she had not been summoned for jury duty. the basic rule of thumb, law enforcement will never ask you for money. an autopsy set for tomorrow
on the body of a man found at a dump near petaluma. sheriff's deputies were called yesterday afternoon to the sonoma county central disposal site. there was no sign of foul play. they are withholding the man's name for now until family members are notified. they do say he was 39 years old. a who claims he's the biological father of audrie pott is now suing to be included in a wrongful death lawsuit. michael lazarin claims he had an affair with audrie potts's mother when she was separated from her husband. audrie pott committed suicide in september of 2012 after embarrassing photos taken of her after a sexual assault were put on the in the. her parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit seeking undisclosed monetary damages from the parents of the boys
held responsible for that assault and now lazarin claims he should be included as a legal heir. an august 189th hearing on the claim is -- 19th hearing on the claim is scheduled. san francisco's latest rat invasion is tied to the drought. today's chronicle reports an alarming number of rats have been spotted in the back. the bayside park is on the south eefd edge -- south east edge of the city. rodent experts point out the recent dry weather is fooling ralts into start -- rats into starting their spring mating rituals earlier. that's leading to a rat baby room in many outdoor parks and other areas. they have been popping up in the north beach neighborhood. many rats have been spotted scurrying around washington square during the past month.
the city of san francisco recently hired a pest control agency to get rid of the pats in north beach and the park. tap water could come with added bacteria and nitrate. officials say it's completely safe to drink. the san francisco examiner reports the public utilities commission plans to construct four new wells within city limits to reduce dependence on the hetch hetchy reservoir. according to a review by the usgs, san francisco ground water contains bacteria and nitrate at levels that exceed the safety standards for drinking water. but officials say a small amount of well water would be blended with the pure hetch hetchy water so it would meet standards when blended. an 84-year-old man is in custody in connection with a shooting inside a daly still medical center that had
patients scrambling. right now, tara moriarty is talking to the police about that arrest and in 20 minutes, new information about the evidence seized at the suspect's home. eyes in the sky to prevent ka catastrophe on the ground. thousand to prevent another pipeline explosion in san bruno. and noticing that traffic is getting busier in certain areas like highway 24. coming up we'll give you drive times for all of the freeways coming up to the bay bridge. mostly sunny for some. mostly cloudy for others. fog is definitely on the increase in advance of the front that will be here tomorrow. i will give you the timing on rain and much cooler forecasted temps. [doorbell rings]
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bruno. the utility mop teres 7,000 miles of pipeline every month examining construction going on within 300 feet of transmission lines. pg&e ordered work near pipelines to stop more than 1600 times last year. in many of those cases, construction crews did not get permission or wait for underground utility lines to be marked. >> we escalate those threats to an immediate with a call to the local pipeline supervisor. if we can't reach them, we go to our gas control and activate an emergency notification network. >> pg&e has been charged with a dozen criminal counts over the 2010 san bruno explosion that killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes. prosecutors say the utility violated federal pipeline safety laws by not performing required maintenance. georgia's governor has signed a new deal into law that allows guns virtually everywhere. the controversial law allows
guns in a wide rangeof new places including churches, bars and schools. guns can even be brought into government buildings and airports before security checkpoints. the guns everywhere law expands the state's stand your ground rule which allows gun owners to fire their weapons in self- defense. critics say it could allow criminals to claim self- defense. the federal government is proposing its first regulations on e-cigarettes. the fda wants to ban the sale of e-grets to minor -- e- cigarettes to minors and wants warning labels. this may take effect after a 75- day public comment period the fda wants to expand their oversight on toe back doe to more products. they want cigars, pipe gel, hook das and dissolvable
tobacco products. up until now, the fda has only foe focused on cigarettes and smokeless tobacco. the irwindale city council delayed a decision for two weeks on declaring the sirracha plant a public nuisance. some people living in the city say the fumes burns their oirs and throat -- eyes and threat. if the company is declared a public nuisance it will have 90 days to reduce the flames. police investigators plan to return to the scene today where a man was hit by a car and critically injured. police say a man in his 20s, 30 or was hit by -- 30s was hit by a car. the 20-year-old woman stopped
at the scene. they say she my have been blinded by the sun. that's what investigators plan to look into today. this happened while the police were conducting a traffic kakdown in other parts -- crackdown in other parts of the city. they targeted this morning during the morning commute. officers conducted special traffic enforcement on folsom and essex streets last night. 7:17. hey, sal, you have everything straight on highway 24? >> we're trying. we don't have a lot of crashes this morning but we to have some slow traffic coming up to some of these major areas as dave mentioned, highway 24. we're looking at it here. the drive time between 680 interchange and the oakland side of the caldecott tunnel is a little less than 15 minutes. i do want to mention the traffic is going to be okay in
the commute to san francisco westbound bay bridge, 25-minute drive time getting into the city. taking it all the way to the san francisco exit. i also want too mention in san francisco, southbound 101 at paul avenue right here, there is a truck that lost a load of dirt on 101 southbound and the traffic is now backing up from the 280 interchange. we'll keep an eye on that because if it's not gone soon, this could end up having a problem with all san francisco traffic coming in from the east bay. we'll deep an eye on it for you -- keep an eye on it for you. mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. a lot of low clouds around. there will be some sunbreaks, especially the south bay. the system continues to push into the north. there's light rain up there. ronald thompson, .08 in crescent city. eureka, a steady rain it's getting closer. that will be in late tonight,
early tomorrow. clouds begin to roll in, the combination of the low clouds high clouds. san francisco dealing with some low clouds. 52. we'll go for a high of 62. some higher clouds to the north bay. no rain yet but there's the rain from crescent city and eureka and points south. 47 santa rosa. a lot of 50s. these are way up compared to 4 hours ago. the breeze is not too bad but it's picking up. west at napa, 15 at fairfield, sfo out to livermore. west not to strong. a northerly breeze hayward and a westerly for livermore. only 5. it will pick up, the breeze later. it's more of an onshore push today. that front gets closer, it will start to picking up fog bank and increase it pretty fast. late tonight, tomorrow morning i think we'll be dealing with rain.
36 in tahoe. low 50s in ukiah. sacramento and monterey. very cool air for this time of year coming in behind the system about the noon hour. our cloud and rain forecast doesn't do much except keep the fog there. then clouds increase into tonight. could be some very light rain to the north. i doubt much of this happens. we'll have to wait until tomorrow morning when the system begins to slide through. the front comes through and thunderstorm activity. i will deal with that forecast tomorrow. we get a break friday night into saturday. by saturday evening here comes the next system which will give us a lot of clouds and maybe a little bit of rain to the north. rainfall projections have been cut in half. there will be an update in about 15 minutes or so. i'm not sure i believe that .5 in san jose. about .10 could make sense. temperatures will be in the 60s and very low 70s for most. 75 vacaville. novato, 68. 67 oakland.
walnut creek at 70. brentwood, oakley, 74. hey bard only -- hayward only 65. 74 gilroy. santa cruz was 76. we'll drop it today. sunnyvale, upper 60s. 64 san bruno and last check cold and foggy in daly city, only 59. rain and much, much cooler on friday. sun, clouds on saturday. one system, rain to the north. clear it out on sunday. warmer monday. a channel 2 investigation uncovers allegations of animals being misidentified at a bay area animal shelter and the mistakes turning deadly. >> and the dog was euthanized as a pit bull when it wasn't a pit bull. >> now, workers say they have photos proving the problems. tonight at 10:00, 2 investigates looks into how it could happen and how often the biggest bay area shelters are euthanizing animals. all tonight on the 10:00 news. it is 7:21.
a sex scandal involving the blue angels. the disturbing behavior of former top commander allegedly allowed under his watch. i was like one step above clinical death. >> an amazing recovery for an east bay teenager after a tragic accident. the hobby that landed him in the hospital and what he hopes others will learn from his story.
welcome back. an unbelievable ending to a car crash. police say a female driver lost control of her car yesterday, drove over a median, across a yard, and went through a brick wall before landing in this pool. the driver was taken to the hospital. her injuries were minor. no one else was hurt. the driver told police she was on a lot of medication. several aftershocks this morning, including one, a magnitude 5.0 still rocking
british columbia. one day after a 6.6 earthquake. the quake hit at 8:15 in the pacific ocean off the coast of vancouver island about 280 miles northwest of seattle. the quake made lights sway. so far we haven't heard of any injuries or damage. and a tsunami warning was not issued. a delegation of top officials in nepal are flying to negotiate the threat of boycotting. they are angry that the government's initial offer to pay only $450 to the families of each who died say that's not enough. several tour companies have announced they are canceling their expeditions this year. an east bay teen in a coma for days after a devastating
state boarding accident is hoping other skateboarders can learn from his story. ryan carol of pleasant hill said he was not wearing a helmet when he crashed last month in southern california. he has made an amazing recovery. but is still working to regain his ability to speak and move. the accident also damaged his short-term memory and changed his sense of taste. >> i feel like i should have been more cautious. >> carol's crash came three days after date hopkins of martinez died during a skateboarding accident while visiting yoet. hopkins graduated from alhambra school in 2012 and was a student at the university of tennessee. there is new push to require young children to be strapped into safety seats when they are passengers on a plane. the ntsb is urging the fda to require that children weighing
up to 40 pounds travel in a safety seat just like in a car. but many parents say if their child sits in a safety seat, they would have to buy another ticket. current regulations allow parents to hold children up to 2 years old in their lap. thanks to a $1 million locations bennyoff hospital will research ways to track premature picture. this is the third hefty donation from them since 2010. about 15 million babies worldwide are born too soon and researchers plan to work with colleagues around the world to cut down on the number of the premature births. we're hearing from the father of the teenager who stowed away on a hawaiian airlines flight. what the father has to say about his son's unhappy life in the south bay. a shooting inside a
peninsula medical building. what we've learned about the 84- year-old suspect now under arrest. good morning. we have traffic that's going to be affected now by a problem in san francisco on 101. meanwhile, we're looking at northbound 101 in san jose. that's a little better than it was a few hours ago. looks like we're out on the moors here. we have a lot of fog and some higher clouds. it will rain. i will tell you when and give you amounts -- coming up.
we are live at oracle arena where the exciting countdown to tonight's nba showdown between the warriors and clippers is on. coming up, there's the man, tell you how the area is getting pumped up. i want to see if he is sink a 3. >> i think he can we'll check in with him in a minute. good morning. i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. a lot of sunshine. >> that seat will cost you a few bills. >> yes, it will. >> someone who knows. mostly cloudy skies on the coast because of the fog. mostly sunny inland. some higher clouds beginning to inch closer to the north bay. there's rain up on the north coast. our system is back here. it will start to move in later
today. we'll cloud it up. rain to the north and then maybe even mendocino county, lake county by this evening. then tomorrow morning. we'll be having some rain here. it doesn't look like a lot but it looks like an okay system especially with colder air coming in around the noon area. still some rain on the north coast. crescent city has had 1 1/3. between february 1st and they go to april 30th, seattle, greatest rainfall ever for that period there, tori. >> really? >> 19.04 inches between february 1st and today. a record. i mean, there's some rain around. just not here. 50s on the temperatures except for everybody in santa rosa. fog is already there. it's not going anywhere. it will continue to get ramped up by the system right here. rainfall does not look that impressive. i think .10 to .25 should cover it. clouds and sun, coast, fog,
breezy. cloudy, north bay. mostly sunny for a while. then turning cloudy later. 60s to low 70s. steve, we're still looking at slow traffic. this is the peak of the morning commute. if you are trying to get into san francisco, it's a 25 to 30- minute delay. it might be affected soon by a crash in san francisco along southbound 101 at paul avenue. the crash is blocking lanes. it was actually a truck that spilled dirt all over the freeway. we'll talk about that in just a moment. let's -- there it is. southbound 101 as you come up to paul avenue a truck spilled dirt. 101 is backing up to cesar chavez as the chp is working to quickly clear this. i would use 280 an and avoid 101 -- and avoid 101. 280 at the 880 interchange, we have slow traffic beginning near bascom avenue and it
continues to saratoga. an 84-year-old man is in custody accused of firing a gunshot inside a medical building in daly city. police arrested the suspect late last night hours after the shooting on southgate avenue. ktvu broke into regular programming shortly after the first reports of gunfire yesterday afternoon. no one was hurt but this shooting prompted the evacuation of dozens of patients and medical personnel. police also closed down several streets surrounding that medical building. tara moriarty is following some new developments in this story. you are here now. you are at police headquarters. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. we just spoke to an officer. we got information that we'll share with you. we were able to speak to some neighbors. the people who live next door to raymond, the 84-year-old man arrested yesterday. they say he was quiet, nice man. lived there for more than 30 years. he kind of kept to himself, they said. they are absolutely shocked that he's the man that police
believe is responsible for yesterday's shooting. now, we could take a look at his house here. this is where he was arrested last night around 10:00. police say he didn't say much and they didn't even have to go inside. he came out and surrendered. now, this all began yesterday afternoon. doctors, staff and patients were forced to evacuate from the medical center at 1500 southgate avenue when a shot was fired. shortly before 1:30, a doctor spotted an elderly asian man he did not recognize holding a handgun. the doctor ran for coverer, heard a gunshot and called 911. what remains unclear is what motivated an elderly man to fire on a doctor. >> when people think of 84-year- old people they don't think of someone 84 committing this type of crime. i think some people were shocked at the age of the suspect. tactical teams searched the building and roof. no suspect found. they did find bullet frag meants on the second floor.
police say since the shooting happened during business hours they were able to get a solid description of the gunman and track him down. he's now in jail where he's expected to be charged with attempted murder. we've been in touch with the jail. we're getting to get a booking photo released at some point in morning. live from daly city, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, tara. 7:36. now to continues coverage of the teenager who flew from san jose to maui as a stowaway in the wheel well of a hawaiian airlines jet. we're hearing from his father. the 15-year-old boy recently moved to a home in santa clara with his father, stepmother and other siblings. his father told "the voice of america" he first learned about this from police in hawaii. he said "they told me they were holding my son. i was shocked. i wondered how my son went there." stunned airport workers in maui
gave the hungry boy, teriyaki meatballs, rice, cookies and water. the teen started to attend classes at santa clara high school five weeks ago and speaks english as a second language. the father says his son was struggling in school and was unhappy during the family's four years in the united states. he was always talking about going back to africa where his grandparents still live. he says they want to go back but due to the current living conditions, we can't go back. the teen is recovering at a hospital in hawaii. four men are in custody this morning. they are accused of firing shots at police officers in oakland. officers responded to a report of a suspicious car near coolage and brookdale avenues around 9:00 last night. whenever the officers arrived, they spotted the car with four men inside and the car took off. as police chased the car, someone in the car fired shots at the police car. the officers eventually stopped the car and they arrested the
four men. no police officers were hurt by that gunfire. happening today -- sonoma county supervisor, efren carrillo, is scheduled to take the witness stand in his peeping tom trial. now, he will be the first witness to testify for the defense after three days of prosecution testimony. police say the supervisor was wearing only underwear and socks when he was arrested for peeping into a neighbor's window last summer. efren carrillo told officers he had a few drinks that night and he's admitted he has a drinking problem. after the incident, he checked himself into a rehab program. 7:38. the warriors continue to push their push in the playoffs as they return home tonight with the series tied at one game apiece. they are counting on fans to provide -- provide home court advantage against the clippers. alex savidge is there now. it will be rockin' tonight.
>> reporter: yeah, just me out here warming up. my on-air shooting so far this morning has been -- we'll say subpar. but i know for a fact this shot, can i make this shot. this is virtually -- >> oh, come on, alex! >> you did it. >> the second one counts, alex. so does the third. maybe the fourth. >> reporter: oracle, it will be packed. it will be loud. 20,000 fans. they are gonna fill this place up, loud crowd warriors. these are the t-shirts. they are glad to be coming back here they bounced back from an embarrassing tough blowout loss in game 2 and this is the perfect place to do it. they split the two games down in l.a. so again, warriors have home court advantage. now they need to put the clamps on blake griffin and the clippers and they will be in the driver's seat. the game later tonight, this is game 3 of this first round
series. the warriors know that coming back home gives them a real advantage and clay thompson talked about what it means to be playing in front of the home crowd. >> it will be loud. and it's the kind of atmosphere you expect in the playoffs. it will make the nba what it is. >> all around the east bay, in oakland, warriors' pride is very evident. city hall lit up with the warriors' colors as they make their playoff push. you see the flags. a.c. transit buses have messages on them, go, warriors. and they are trying to get the second win in the series and take a decisive 2-1 lead against the clippers. by the way, if they sell out oracle tonight, which they are likely to do, it would be the 80th consecutive sellout at oracle. but i should point out in case you are free tonight, there are
tickets still available i'll told warriors.com if you want those. tipoff at 7:30. >> come on, alex. do it for me. >> reporter: there it is. there it is. oh! do we get that? >> that's a curry shot. >> reporter: curry would be proud of me. however, it's not all slam dunks and happy layups between the warriors and oakland. the city. the trouble may be brewing. the warriors plan to move to san francisco as we told you yesterday for the 2018/2019 season. they are currently paying down the date on the arena -- debt on the arena. but the warriors will stop the payments once the team leaves. the debt is expected to be still at $62 million at that point when the warriors leave and some local officials worry east bay tax payers could be on the hook to cover the debt.
the issue may end up in the court. the beat l.a. theme is going on right here in the bay area. tonight the sharks will try to complete a sweep of the l.a. kings in the stanley cup playoffs. the sharks lead the series 3-0. they beat the l.a. gangs in overtime tuesday night to get a step closer to the next round. game 4, tonight in los angeles. the game starts at 7:30. all right. sir paul mccartney has just made a big announcement that is certain to excite bay area music fans. it's become the latest hot spot for rats in san francisco. coming up in 20 minutes, how this rat invasion is tied to our record-breaking drought. resources are getting caser. we need the community to get -- >> and why oakland police expanding online will help tackle crime on the street. there is a dirt spill on 101 southbound near paul
avenue. it's beginning to affect traffic on 101 throughout the city. you see it's backing up almost onto the 80 split here. it might start affecting the bay bridge traffic. we'll run that down for you and let you know what's going on. sunny for some, a lot of clouds for others. pleasanton, cloudy over there. for some it's already moving in. but the rain is holding off. i will tell you when that's coming in. ready? happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in!
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not known. cure international is a christian medical charity that operates hospitals and programs in 29 countries and propose vidz care for premature infants and the disabled. a taliban spokesman says he's aware of the shooting but did not know whether members of his organization were responsible. 7:45. the commander of the famous navy blue angels airshow team has been relieved of his duty by the navy because of allegations of hazing and sexual harassment under his command. in past years, the ktvu has interviewed captain gregory mcwirter during blue angels shows in san francisco. he commanded it between 2008 and 201. the washington post reports that a former member of the blue angels filed a complaint last month accusing mcwirter of using sexually explicit speech, displays of pornography and making jokes about sexual orientation.
happening today, oakland pd expanding its press online. pam cook is live in the newsroom with more. >> knowledge brings a sense of safety. wise words from one oakland police officer who is already very active on twitter and says this new move will help build relationships. now, it's the site called next door. it's active in 33,000 neighbors across the country. people register and join other people in their specific neighborhood. it is password protected. it's not accessible by search engines. you have to verify your address to join your particular group. two years ago, san jose police started partnering with next door to send specific alerts and metages to its neighbors -- messages to its neighbors. >> it gives us another opportunity to ent act with the community but at the same time it fosters more community growth. >> now, san jose police admit that the open communication
lines can cause other challenges. they do have a warning for oakland police as they launch this to prepare to get a large volume of messages. oakland police will hold a news conference later today to give us more details of this new partnership and how they plan to use next door. in our next hour of "mornings on 2," we hear how it's helped one neighborhood identify crime in their area. san francisco is considering installing body cameras on the uniforms of police officers. it would cost up to $3 million a year to put cameras on all 1700 officers. chief greg suhr is currently negotiating with the police union to test a pilot program for 50 officers. there is heavy debate over the cameras. supporters say it provides an accurate record of events while opponents worry about the costs and fear privacy rights will be violated. we're talking football.
the new nfl schedules are out for the 2014/2015 season. the 49ers will open the season the road. september 7th against the dallas cowboys. the 49ers home opener in that first regular season game at levi stadium, that will be september 14th against the bears, the chicago bears. now, the raiders open their regular season on the east coast. they will be playing the new york jets. the raiders' home opener is the 14th and they play the houston texans. joe montana will lead a team of the former 49ers in a flag football game at the stick july 12th. their opponents, quarterback dan marino and other former members of the miami dolphins. montana led the 49ers over
victory at sanford stadium 1985. brand-new, it's official, folks. paul mccartney will play one final concert at, tori, candlestick park before they tear it down. mccartney will be there thursday, august 14th. paul mccartney and the beatles played their final concert in august of 1966. the tickets go on sale may 5th. last week, the chronicle reported he was also considering a concert at the new levi stadium in santa clara. we don't know if that will still happen or not. ten minutes before 8:00, new york yankees' pitcher is likely to be suspended after being caught using pine tar. from the second inning in last night's game against the boston red sox, boston's manager alerted the umpire. he went to check out kind of a smudge on his neck.
and he checked it out and he was ejected. >> he admitted using it trying to get a grip on the ball. it's against the rules to use any signed of substance. >> they've been watching hill. it's clear -- >> you can see it. sal, it will be you and paul mccartney and candlestick. but i know you are watching the commute as well. >> well, yes, i'm excited about mccartney and joe montana. let's take a look at the commute now. traffic is moving along slowly on 880 northbound past the coliseum area. there will be a playoff game. just plan for a lot of people to show up at oracle. it should be a soldout event as they play the clippers. use public transportation. best way to get there is bart. 30-minute delay into san francisco.
we've also noticed that the 880 ramps have been very slow. southbound 101 at paul avenue cleaning up a dirt spill. traffic is backed up through the city. let's go to steve. >> sal? >> yes. >> very good friend of mine, diane mitchell, she went to that last concert for the beatles. >> her and -- her dad drove them and waited in the parking lot for them to go to the show. 1966. she told me. it was great. couldn't hear a thing, she said. a lot of low clouds around and fog and temperatures are cool for some. cloudy for others. but a mixed bag of sun and clouds. the clouds are on their way. low clouds are in place. partly cloudy, fog, is up. clouds continue to roll in. mostly cloudy to cloudy. san francisco dealing with a lot of low clouds and fog. 52. we'll go for a high of 62. i think some areas will be hard pressed to get above 59, 60. a lot of cloud cover.
mainly 50s. some are mid-50s. anty okay says 56. sfo, 56. 47. one 40 that's up at sonoma county airport. the breeze is picking up. not too bad. it's a sign of things to calm. that's a westerly breeze. probably turn more southerly as our system gets closer. there it is. it's out here. we still haveaways to go. mainly i think this has a lot of cold air than rain. that will start to move in here tomorrow about noon. 30s up in the mountains. almost 50s everywhere else. look for increasing clouds throughout the day. farther south, more sun. farther north, clouds sooner. i think .10 to maybe .25 should cover it. forecast models are backing off on the amounts. some sun mixed in. they will continue to roll in throughout the day. 60 to near 70.
generally look for a lot of 60s here. i don't think any temperatures that hit 70 will last long. we have increasing cloud. rain tomorrow. much, much cooler. mostly sunny to partly sunny. and then turning cloudy. it's out of here by sunday. monday warmer. 7:53. trying to prevent disaster. coming up in 20 minutes, how pg&e is using helicopters to avoid another inferno like the pipeline blast in san bruno. tori, check this out -- president obama with a robot, a dancing robot. we'll show you some of the light moments during his trip to japan and why the president said this was a little bit intimidating. female announcer: sleep train's interest free for 3 event
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u.s. troops landed in eastern europe. it is intended as a show of support for nato allies. it's sending a message to russia. 150 u.s. paratroopers will carry out joint exercises with poland, one of our nato allies. the pentagon will deploy another 450 american troops to esttonia and other countries in the coming days. president obama calls america's relationship with japan a lasting alliance and friendship. >> create and build together sparking new innovations for a changing world. >> he was the guest of honor at a historic state dinner in japan today. he gave a toast to japan's imperial family, featuring the japanese emperor and his wife. this is the first state visit to tokyo by a sitting american president since bill clinton. on the menu was leg of lamb and ice cream in the image of mount
fuji. >> it's a pleasure to meet you. >> president obama also interacted with a robot at the major science museum. the robot showed off its soccer and dancing skills. i don't know if i call that dancing. the president said the robot was amazing but also scary because it was too life like. >> that's kind of wild. >> yeah. >> it really is. a wild night here. an overnight fire in san jose leaves almost a dozen people without a home this morning and a college student in the hospital. how firefighters think this fire started plus we'll bring you reaction from a neighbor who knows the victim. >> we're live in oakland where police continue to investigate how one man was shot a couple of hours ago. coming up we'll bring you the latest on the investigation. good morning. we're looking at the macarthur maze and checking out your ride to the bay bridge toll plaza. not too bad here but we'll give
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." we're closely watching breaking news from oakland this morning right near the border of emeryville. these are live pictures. a police investigation is happening right now after one person was shot about two hours ago. now, ktvu's brian flores is out there coming up in two minutes, he will el it us what a neighbor heard when this violence erupted. stay tuned. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. a quick look at weather and traffic. not much rain today. maybe some tomorrow. >> there might be heavier amounts on to the north. for us, we're just getting the increasing clouds. either low clouds or higher clouds. we have some sun mixed in. rain is getting closer. fort bragg, maybe mendocino county, lake county later this afternoon into tonight. 50s on the temperatures. 58 on oakland. a south breeze picking up in advance of the system.
the clouds will win out eventually. our system is stillaways away -- still aways away. clouds and sun, coast, fog, breezy out of the west. 60s, very, very low 70s. here's sal. we are looking at a problem on 101 southbound in san francisco. they are cleaning up a dirt spill that is blocking a lot of the lanes and san francisco traffic now getting out heading south is terrible on 101. also on 280 because 280 does join with 101 there as you know. so if you want to use 280 you might want to plan for some slow traffic. 280 through daly city isn't bad. but 101 is slow. our camera dash is fogged out -- is fogged out. we can't see. but traffic is bad. the toll plaza getting into san francisco about a 35-minute delay. i want to mention we have a problem in marin county. it's slow from novato to san
rafael on 101 in marin. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we begin with the breaking news we reported at 7:00 a.m. gunfire in the golden gate neighborhood of oakland. it happened on san pablo avenue. brian flores was the first reporter on the scene and has this information from neighbors about what they heard. >> reporter: good morning. police continue to investigate here in the city's golden gate district. as you can see here, several police cars are here. what you are noticing is traffic starting to pick up for the northbound lanes here. we are in the city's golden gate district. this isen area that's between -- this is an area between north berkeley and emeryville. one lane is blocked as police continue their investigation. from what we know this morning, one man was shot and ininjured, shortly after 6:00. we understand he was able to take himself to oakland hospital. oakland pd's shot spotter technology was able to pinpoint
and notify officers when and where the shooting took place. witnesses say police arrived around 6:15 this morning. we actually spoke with a person who lives around the corner from where the shooting took place. here he is describing what he heard this morning. >> i heard the shots this morning. my house is along the side there. about 6:15, there were three shots and then about 15 minutes later, there was one other shot. we're really accustomed to it in this area. it happens frequently. >> reporter: the shooting happened near the golden gate recreational center and also is the aspire berkeley maynard academy. it's not believed school was in session at the time when the shooting happened. as we take you back out live, traffic is starting to pick up. northbound lanes of san pablo avenue. police are on the field of the
rec center. again looking for any evidence perhaps any shell casings. we've not heard any information of any suspects. we're live in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. a san jose apartment fire just hours ago severely burns a san jose state student and leaves about a dozen other students searching for a place to stay. this fire occurred just outside the school grounds. ktvu's christien kafton is at the apartment building now and investigators think they may have found the source of that fire. christian? >> reporter: yeah, they think they have a good idea on how this fire started. residents coming and going from the apartment. some of them returning after being forced out last night. fire investigators believe that the fire broke out up there in that upper corner. neighbors this morning, telling us they had to run for their lives when the fire broke out. >> we got out with the clothes on our back and ran out with
nothing. no shoes. >> reporter: we have some new video of that burnedout apartment building looking inside. that's where firefighters believe the fire started. on cell phone video you can see how quickly the fire spread. the fire pred throughout the apartment and the roommate inside ran outside only to realize his roommate was still inside. firefighters tell me that they believe that this person actually was lighting a candle inside and may have discarded a match onto a couch. that's what started the fire. when the roommate ran outside, he used his phone to call his roommate who bolted for safety and was injured in the process. he had second-degree burns but is expected to survive. >> it was reported that the person that did sustain the burns did run through the fire and he did have some significant second degree burns. >> reporter: truly harrowing tale for getting out of the apartment. 11 people are displaced.
most residents being allowed back home. again, some of them returning just now to view the damage and see just how much fire damage was done here at this apartment. one final vote. a lot of the residents here tell me that all of the residents are san jose state university stufrts and they are say -- students and they are saying this is the midterm time and this is the last distraction they need going into those exams. a man who claims he's the biological father of teen suicide victim audrie pott is suing to be included in a wrongful death lawsuit. he claims he had an affair with audrie pott's mother when she was separated from her husband. audrie pott committed suicide in september of 201 after embarrassing photos taken of her after a sexual assault were put on the internet. sheila pott and her husband filed a wrongful death lawsuit
seeking undisclosed monetary damages from the parents of the boys held responsible for the assault. now lazarin claims he should be included as a legal heir. an august 19th hearing on his claim is now scheduled in superior court in san jose. 8:07. a new scam here in the bay area where someone pretends to be in law enforcement and convinces people to give him hundredsed of dollars. now, a woman who only wants to be identified at ann said she's -- as ann said she's one of four known villes. she said a man claiming tok sergeant jackson with the san francisco sheriff's department called her and said she had to pay a fine for not showing up for jury duty. he told her to buy a prepaid cash card for $480 which she did and gave him the account number of the card which gave him access to the money. >> i work, you know, to supplement my income because i'm retired. i work part time. but it urt hads.
it really -- but it hurts. it really hurts that someone would call on my home phone and lie to me. >> ann realize realed it was a scam -- realized it was a scam when she went to court the next day. police are advising everyone, law enforcement never calls you and asks for money. two san francisco prerty owners are being sued by the city of san francisco accused of illegally converting rental units into tourist hotels. city attorney dennis herrera made the announcement and said this violates city housing and zoning laws. he says the two owners evicted long-time tenants and started offering the apartments to tourists using sites like air b and b. if the city wins this lawsuit, the owners would have to pay up to $200 a day for the violations as well as turn over any illegal profits. san francisco's latest rat invasion is tied to the
drought. today's chronicle reports an alarming number of rats have been spotted in herins head back. the park is on the southeast edge of the city and is a popular spot for joggers and dog walkers. rodent experts point out the recent dry weather is fooling rats into starting this spring mating rituals earlier. rats have been popping up in the north beach neighborhood. experts say those rodents appear to have been forced out pie the construction of the central subway system. many rats have been spotted scurrying. a pest control company was hired to get rid of the rats in poth place -- in both places. and 84-year-old man arrested inside a daly city medical office. >> i think some people were shocked at the age of the
suspect. >> coming up in 20 minute,s the new information we found -- minute, the new information we found out. good morning. we're still looking at traffic that's busy in san francisco and other parts of the bay including the drive into the valley. there you see 237. slow traffic. we'll give you more on the trip in the santa clara valley. i've decided to paint you a very pretty cloud cover. we have cloud, fog. it's the leading edge of our front. i will have the details on the rain and temperatures.
8:13. happening right now, first lady michelle obama is meeting with children of white house employees. it's part of the annual take our daughters and sons to work day. today is designed to expose children to what a parent does during the work day and to show them the value of education. this is the 21st year of this program. the department of homeland security's inspector general may have changed or delayed investigations that the -- at the request of the white house. that's the conclusion of a report from a senate oversight panel that's expected to be released later today. the washington post reports charles edwards routinely shared information about investigations with members of the obama administration. the panel also found edwards may have changed the wording of
three reports after speaking with political advisers, such as those who worked for then- homeland security secretary, janet napolitano. 8:14. the federal government is proposing its first regulations for e-cigarettes. the fda wants to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. it also wants to require warning labels on e-cigarettes. the fda says they -- that would set a foundation for regulating e-cigarettes. this proposal could go into effect after a 75-day public comment period. the fda want to the expand the oversight of tobacco to include more products. they want to oversee cigars, nicotine geals hookas and dissolvable products. it would require deposit companies to register their products and reveal what ingredients are used. up until now, the fda has only focused on cigarettes and
smokeless tobacco. an autopsy is scheduled tomorrow on the body of a man found near a dump in petaluma. sheriff's deputies were called to the sonoma county central disposal site. investigators believe the body may have come from a transfer truck in the healdsburg area. there was no sign of foul play but they are withholding the man's name until family is notified. he was 39 years old. pg&e is stepping up helicopter patrols after the deadly san bruno explosion. pg&e mop teres 7,000 -- mop steres 7,000 -- monsters 7,000 miles of pipeline every month examining construction going on within 300 feet of transmission lines. they ordered work near pipelines to stop more than 1600 times last year. in many of those cases, construction crews didn't get permission or wait for underground utility lines to be properly marked. >> we escalate those threats to an immediate with a call to the
local pipeline supervisor. if we can't reach them, we go to our gas control and activate an emergency notification network. >> prosecutors say pg&e violated federal pipeline safety laws by not performing the required maintenance. 8:17. san francisco police investigators plan to go back to the scene today where a man was hit by a car and critically injured. police say the man in his 20s or 30s was hit by a car as he crossed 20th avenue and winona street near stern grove yesterday morning. investigators say the 20-year- old woman who hit him did stop at the scene. they say she may have been blinded by the sun. that's what investigators plan to look into today. this latest crash happened while san francisco police and the chp were conducting a traffic crackdown in other parts of the city.
police officers targeted van ness avenue between market and geary streets during the busy morning and evening commutes. seven people have been hit and killed by cars in san francisco this year. the police conducted several traffic enforcement stops on folsom and essex streets last night. let's see if drivers are behaving on the roads this morning. let's check in with sal castanedo. >> they are so far, tori, dave. we haven't had a lot of slow traffic. however, we have a problem with the 101 dirt spill. they were cleaning it up. everything was kind of going as scheduled, then the piece of equipment they were using to clean it up, that broke down just to make matters worse. southbound 101 at paul avenue, the right lane is still blocked. traffic will be slow throughout san francisco. 280 is a better way to get out of the city. you will deal with slow traffic at the 101 interchange. as we move up a little bit here. 80 westbound from hercules to richmond heading out to the
macarthur maze. slow traffic there as well still for this late morning commute sand if you are driving on westbound 24 some slow traffic as you leave la fayette. the bay bridge toll plaza, 25, 30-minute delay. there's been a huge delay on the 880 ramp and on west grand trying to get onto that little area of the bay bridge. and northbound 280 in san jose at the 880 interchange. this traffic is moderately heavy. let's go to steve. a lot of low clouds and fog around. had a nice e-mail from jenny buck out in pleasanton. she said it's cloudy here. looks like rain. i said, well, okay and then she wrote me five minutes later and said it's sunny. that's the way it will be today, clouds, then sunny. the fog is not going anywhere. that's helped along by the front coming in. we'll get a mix of sun and clouds coming in unless you are by the coast. mostly cloudy by tonight. rain to the north. rain might hold off a little
bit. but drizzle will be here. rain returns tomorrow. it does not look like a lot. it will be much, much cooler tomorrow. pretty cold air coming in for this time of year. i think that's almost a bigger message than the rain. 50s on the temps. much warmer because cloud cover, not only the fog but a little breeze. we had 30s yesterday. that's not the case today. oakland west at 6, napa at 10. it's a westerly breeze. an onshore push for most. it's there. i expect that to kind of pick up later. increasing clouds today. low cloud decks that will start to move in as these clouds get closer. it looks like there's pieces to it. i think the first piece is beginning to enhance a little bit off the sonoma coast. 44 in tahoe. kind of mild. 50s for others. a system will sweep in tonight into tomorrow. rainfall not that much. they cut san jose way down. this is about right.
i think about .25 will cover it. clouds and sun. some of those are low. some are high. coast fog, and breezy. mostly cloudy on the coast. 68 novato. 70 sonoma. 67 oakland. 74 gilroy. 59 daly city. 62 in the city. clouds on the way. rain, much, much cooler breezy on friday. one more system. clears out sunday. monday looks warmer. a new tool to crack down on crime. the high-tech wave hoping to keep residents safe starting today. an amazing recovery for an east bay teenager in a coma for days. the hobby that nd laked him in the hospital and what he -- that landed him in the hospital and what he hopes others will learn from his story.
this morning we're getting a look at a deadly shipwreck in san francisco bay. 125 years after the steamship sank. scientists have released these sonar pictures of the city of chester as the ship is called, after finding wreckage of the ship near the golden gate bridge. the ship has been under water since 1888, when it split in two after colliding with a steamer in heavy fog. there were 90 passengers on board. every wreck like every person has a story that speaks to us
and connects to the heart as well as engages the mind. 16 people died in the disaster including two children but historians day the death toll could have been much worse if not for the heroics of the crew of the other ship who were initially blamed for the accident. a memorial is planled at four point in honor of the sailors. a presentation will be held tonight at the aquarium of the bay. we've posted a slide show of images from the shipwreck on our channel 2 website, ktvu.com. look for the link on the images tab. 8:25. an east bay teenager who survived a devastating skateboarding accident is hoping other skateboarders will learn from his story. ryan carol of pleasant hill was not wearing a helmet when he crashed last month in southern california. he's made an amazing recovery but he's still working to get back his ability to speak and
move. his short-term memory has been damaged. and the accident changed his sense of taste. >> i feel like i should have been wearing a helmet and been more cautious. >> carol's skateboarding -- crash came three days after kate hopkins died in a skateboarding accident in yosemite. she graduated from alhambra high school in 2012 and was a student at the university of tennessee. olympic swimming star michael phelps returns to swim after a 20-month retirement. this morning, he's easing back into the sport he dominated. the 18-time olympic gold medalist will swim the 100- meter butterfly at the marina grand prix in arizona. this is his first competition since he said he was retiring after the london games. he couldn't say if he was
planning to swim at the olympics in rio. the exciting countdown to tonight's nba showdown at oracle arena is officially underway. the way the bay area is getting pumped up for the matchup between the warriors and the clippers. neighbors say he was quiet, nice and unsuspecting but daly city police believe an 84-year- old man opened fire at a medical office, sending people scrambling. peel tell you what led police to the -- we'll tell you what led police to the suspect. we're looking at a commute that's still busy in many areas. coming up, we'll run down some of the other commutes that are busy on the peninsula as well. a little bit of sun today. clouds are on the increase. be it fog or other cloud. the system is on the way for tomorrow. we're stuck in the fog here. i will show you how that impacts temperatures and the timing on the rain tomorrow. female announcer: get three years interest-free financing
welcome to our home. you are looking live at oracle arena. alex savidge, i'm still proud of you. you will make this one, watch. in my dreams. we're on the court at oracle arena in oakland. the exciting countdown is on between the warriors and clippers. give alex a hand. he's been making shots out there. as you can see, alex is already warmed up. coming up in ten minute, he will show you how the bay area is getting ready for the playoff battle against the clippers tonight, like butter. thursday morning, april 24th. i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather as well. >> he does a windmill dunk, then i'm be happy. we have mostly cloudy skies on
the coast. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy to the north. some rain, fort bragg u recraw. for us it's a mix of sun and clouds. increasing clouds. they will continue to roll in here a little bit. we'll cloud it up by this evening. maybe some rain to the north by this evening. overall, though, again the rain is right now is confineled to the north. this -- confined to the north. we're already in the mid- to upper 50s. this is a far cry from yesterday where it was pretty cold. we are a-- way ahead from 24 hours. tomorrow looks like a cloudy to mostly cloudy today. the lane will be aboutment 10, .25. you will notice how much cooler it will get tomorrow. 60s and 70s. here's sal. good morning. right now, traffic is going to be slow in san francisco because of a dirt spill. southbound 101 at paul avenue, they are cleaning it up with
hand crews. they also had a sweeper out there. the sweeper broke down and now it's still ploking one of the lanes -- blocking one of the lanes. that sweeper right there broke down. oh, the humanity. traffic is backed up southbound all the way up to the 80 split. this will have an effect on the bay bridge. this is new video. let's take a look at the bay bridge commute westbound. that is backed up for a 30- minute delay getting into the city. i was just telling some of my good friends, bill weeks, when you gent into san francisco, you are done -- you get into san francisco, you are done. you have to use 280 to get around the problem. use 280. don't get on 101. it's terrible. all right. let's move along to other parts of 101. the peninsula traffic on 101, northbound and southbound and palo alto is a little slow. 280 is your best bet as well. back to the desk. an 84-year-old man is in
custody. he's accused of firing a shot inside a medical office building in daly city. the suspect was arrested late last night hours after that shooting on south gate avenue. ktvu news broke into our regular programming shortly after the first reports of the gunfire yesterday afternoon. no one was hurt. but the shooting prompted the evacuation of dozens of patients and medical personnel. police shut down several streets surrounding that medical building. tara moriarty is following new developments in this story. you are at police headquarters this morning, tara. >> reporter: yeah. i to want to mention we had a chance to speak to raymond awassi's neighbors. they say he was quiet, nice, very unassuming. they were absolutely shocked to discover that he was the one police believe was responsible for the shooting. this is his home located in daly city. he was arrested here around 10:00 last night on plymouth circle. police say that he didn't say anything. when he came out.
eyewitness accounts led detectives to him. now, this all began yesterday afternoon when doctors, staff and patients were forced to evacuate from the medical center at the 1500 block of southgate avenue. shortly before 1:30 a doctor spotted and elderly asian man that he did not recognize in the hallway heelding a gun. the -- holding a gun. the doctor ran for cover, heard a gunshot and called 911. police searched the man's house and found a gun. >> there was a firearm and ammunition found in the home. at this point, it's still under investigation. >> reporter: you were able to find bullet fragments in the hallway in the medical offices. >> yes, there were some bullet fragmants at the crime scene. that's still under investigation. as i said, if that was the same firearm recovered in his home. >> reporter: yesterday afternoon, teams searched both floors of the building, and then the roof. no suspect was found. more than nine hours later,
that's when police zeroed in. the man is in jail where he's expected to be charged with attempted murder. what remains unclear is what motivated him. his bookie photo has not been released -- booking photo has not been released yet. when it is, we'll bring it to you. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. four men in custody, they are accused of firing shots at police officers in oakland. officers responded to a report of a suspicious car near coolage and brookdale avenues around 9:00 last night. when the police arrived, they spotted the car with four men inside and the car took off. as police chased the car someone in the car fired shots at the patrol car. the officers eventually stopped that car. they arrested the four men. the officers were not hurt by that gunfire. we're now hearing from the father of the teenager who flew from san jose to maui as a stowaway in the wheel well of a hawaiian airlines jet.
the 15-year-old boy recently moved to this home in santa clara with his father, stepmother and younger insiblings. his father told the voice of america he first learned about this journey across the pacific from police in hawaii. he said "they told me they were holding my son. i was shocked. i wandered how my -- wondered how my son get there." he was given meatballs, rice, cookies and a bought ofle of water. he started high school fives with ago and speaks english as a second language. his father said he was struggling in school and was unhappy with his four years in the united states. he said he was always talking about going back to africa where his grandparents still live. we want to go back but due to the current living conditions, we can't go back. the teen is still recovering at a hospital in hawaii.
no word yet on exactly when he will return to the bay area. happening today, sonoma county supervisor, efren carrillo, is due to take the witness stand in his peeping tom trial. he will be the first witness to testify for the defense after three days of prosecution testimony. police he was wearing only underwear and socks when accused of peeping into a window. he said he had a few drinks that night and admits he has a problem. after the incident, he checked himself into rehab. the northwestern university football team will vote on whether to form a union. a federal official last month ruled that northwestern's scholarship football players should be considered employees of the school and have the right to unionize like regular
workers. the idea of a union has faced stiff opposition including from the northwestern head coach and the ncaa. tipoff is just 11 hours away for tonight's playoff game between the warriors and the los angeles clippers. expect oracle arena to be rocking tonight. now, if you have watched us this morning, you have probably seen alex savidge trying to make a bat ket. he's made a few. let's go back to alex on the court where he's guaranteeing to make a long-distance shot. alex, are you sure? >> reporter: yeah, you know, you can see where i am. i'm at the end of the bench. i think that's probably the appropriate spot for me. we're ready to try to here. we're inside oracle. we're gonna give this a shot and see if it works out. >> i saw it with my own eyes. >> reporter: you guys saw that. >> yeah, we did.
>> reporter: there's no way that you can make something like that up. >> very impressive. >> reporter: hopefully the warriors can shoot something like that tonight. we're inside oracle. the place will be really loud tonight. game 3 of the first round playoff series. 20,000 will be packed in. they have the loud crowd warriors t-shirts for the fans they need to get back in the series. mentally they have to bounce back what was a tough blowout loss against the clippers in l.a. against the clippers. the series is tied at 1-1. the warriors have home court advantage so they need to keep that in mind as they come back here. the best fans in the nba that's what the team likes to say. and curry talked about how important it is for the warriors not to fall behind
earlier. >> he's on the side. >> drifting on the runout. >> reporter: it's really -- the warriors got down early in the first two games. it got them in the hole. they don't want to do that tonight. they are hoping the home court advantage will help them out. the fans are extreme limb loud here -- extremely loud here. if they sell out tonight, which are expecting to do, there are still tickets available at warriors.com, this would be the 80th selloff game. >> oh, alex. >> reporter: i'm just showing off. >> you are the man, alex. you are the man. >> good luck to the warriors tonight. new this morning, it's official, paul mccartney will play one final concert at
candlestick park before it 1 torn down. april 14th -- before it is torn down. august 14th. tickets for this show go on sale may 5th. last week the chronicle reported he was considering a concert at the levi stadium. no word if that will happen. tickets go on sale may 5th for the august 14th concert. >> i still want to be alex when i grow up. why members of a homeless encampment turned down relocation worth thousands of dollars san mateo bridge. traffic is moderate. a little bit slow, especially on the hayward side. coming up we'll take another look at san francisco's troubled freeways.
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some of the top stories -- this apartment near san jose state university appears to be a total loss after a late-night fire. look around there. investigators think they may -- it may have been started by a match that was thrown away. 11 san jose state students now need a new place to stay while one of the students suffered second-degree burns as he was running for safety. we're still following breaking news in oakland. a man is recovering in the hospital after an early-morning shooting. this happened just in the past two and a half hours ago, in oakland, near the border with emeryville. ktvu's brian flores is there. you were the first reporter on the scene. you are back now. so what's the latest on the investigation, brian. >> reporter: good morning. police continue to investigate the shooting that happened just after 6:00 this morning. they are looking for any shell casings from the shooting. here in the city's golden gate district. this is an area between north berkeley and emeryville. as you can see one lane remains
closed as police continue their investigation. from what we know this morning, at least one man was shot and injured shortly after 6:00. opd's shot spotter technology was able to pinpoint and notify officers where the shooting took place. this was off 62nd and san pablo avenue. witnesses say police arrived around 6:15 this morning. when they did arrive, they didn't see the victim but they did block off the area where the shooting took place to investigate. around 6:26. that's when they got a call from oakland's highland hospital where they say the victim was driven there by another person. we just got an update from opd on his condition. te they -- they tell us they ran cat scans. the victim is in critical but stable condition. we also spoke to a person who lives around the corner from where the shooting took place. he didn't give us his first name. but he describes what he heard. >> about three mott shots and then -- about three shots and then it felt like 10, 15
minutes later one shot. pop, pop, pop. and then sometime later, pop. >> reporter: now, the shooting happened near the golden gate recreation center. near here is the aspire berkeley academy. it's not believed school was in session at the time. as we take it out here live, an active scene on the -- on 62nd and san possible blow. you can see traffic starting to pick up northbound on san pablo avenue. police are on the field on the rec center looking for evidence as well. this remains an active crime scene. one person injured. taken to highland hospital. we've not heard any information on any possible suspects. we're live in oakland, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:47. today, oakland police will join thousands of other neighborhoods online. pam cook is in the newsroom with the announcement today that officers hope will make oakland a safer place to live. good morning, pam. >> reporter: good morning. at 1:00 today, the oakland police department will unveil
details on how it plans to use a private social network. now, it's the site called neths door. it's active in 33,000 neighborhoods across the country. you register and join other people in your specific neighborhood. it's password protected. it's not accessible by search engines. you have to verify your address to join the group. san francisco and san jose police officers are already using the site and they say it's a freat way to build re-- great way to build relationships within the community. >> this gives us another opportunity, another conduit for us to interact with the community. but it fosters more community growth. >> we talked with neighbors in one area of ail ma din valley -- almadin valley. one man said it helped identify car break-insen s on his street. oakland police have gone through training to learn how to use this effective. we'll have more at 5:00 and
6:00. pam cook, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:48. hey, sal, the toll plaza, everybody behaving? >> it's looking normal, dave and pam -- tori. sorry. westbound, bay bridge this is backed up for 25, 30 minutes. i was just talking about san francisco earlier how there is a big problem on san francisco freeways. southbound 101 at paul avenue, there was a birth spill and even though -- dirt spill, even though it's gone, equipment had to be towed away. 280 and 101 are pretty bad in san francisco. you might want to get on the freeway after city limits. northbound 101 is also bad. let's move along to another live picture. that would be northbound 280. happily 280 looks good. a little slowing at -- slowing at 17. mostly cloudy for some. partly sunny for others. our system is on the way. that's kind of pushing in the low clouds. and temperatures today, it will be cooler by the coast.
50s, 60s. rain is up north. not a lot. there's been steady rain for 24 hours up to crescent city. there's very cold air at least for this time of year associated with this. some areas already dealing with the clouds. rain to the north. tonight we'll cloud it up. it looks like overnight rain in the morning will be the front. the very cold air arrives in the noon hour. that will give us more temperatures. there may be the possibility of shower activity. any little spin in the atmosphere will help that. it's there. but it's going to take a while to get here. 50s on the temperatures. 58 oakland. these temperatures are way above yesterday's readings. a good 15 degrees for some. a lot of low clouds in place and again with that front getting closer, they are not going anywhere except prob iably up -- probably higher. the front will sweep through and give us cloudiens
conditions. not that cold up in the sierras. 40s there. 50 in reno. after that system goes by, there will be one more and then early next week looks sunny and warm. not a lot of rain. maybe .10 to .25 i think should cover the spread. clouds and sun. clouding up in the north bay pretty rapidly and also the coast. 60s and 70s. some of these you get far enough inland you might get mid- 60s. antioch brentwood, oakley warmer. alameda, 6 4. 68 san jose, upper 60s milpitas, fremont. 60s on the peninsula. rain, cooler, much cooler, breezy. after that we clear it out on sunday, warmer on monday. nine minutes before 9:00. honoring a san francisco icon. how the city is remembering the late actress and transgender
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the liquor low-pressure system of a popular walnut creek creek bar has been suspended because of several police cars about disorderly conduct. state officials say crogan's on locust cannot serve alcohol for 20 days. that's because there were more than 200 calls about crogan's during a 15-month period because of fights, assaults and public drunkenness. >> there's too many incidents.
too many fights, too many public drunkenness cases, too many incidents that draw police resources. >> the general manager says he's been meeting regularly with the police to train his employees and also increase security. the bar will be closed for the rest of the month. it will reopen may 7th. people who live in a homeless camp in the east bay are being paid to leave and not come back. the city of albany is offering to pay $3,000 to every homeless current who currently lives at the albany bulb. 28 homeless people live in the waterfront park but not all decided to take the money. that's because they had to agree to stay out of city parks. of who lives there, including people who did not take the settlement money have until friday to leave. the city says it also helped 14 of them find housing already. a police officer is being called a hero because he rescued a woman trapped inside
a burning home in livermore. officer brian sleeper was first at the scene on gray street tuesday night. you see his hands bandaged. a back yard shed were both on fire -- a back yard shed and a home, both on fire. a woman in her 70s couldn't walk on her own. when he heard about someone being inside, he kicked in the door and wearing no protective gear and with no fire training, he went in. >> it seemed like it was pretty chaotic. there was neighbors running around. i saw the flames. >> with the help of the neighbor, officer sleeper carried the woman to safety. he has minor injuries. his right hand is bandaged. the woman was not hurt. investigators believe oilily rags in the shed may have started the fire. a block in san francisco san francisco's tender loin neighborhood is being renamed in honor of vicki marlane. marlane passed away three years
ago from complications of a.i.d.s. and was known for her acting career. now san francisco supervisors have unanimously passed a resolution to designate a part of turk street as vicki mar -- vicki mar lane. let's check in with sal. >> san francisco freeways are not doing that well. i want to show you 101. you can see -- it's still terrible heading south and getting out of town. 280 is slow now as people are taking that instead. out to the bay bridge, the traffic here is just okay as you drive through there. no major problems. in richmond, traffic continues to look good on 80 until you get into the berkeley area. let's go to steve.
thank you, sal. increasing clouds, low and high clouds will go from partly sunny to partly cloudy. looks like rain. one more system saturday evening. it's out of here, sunday and monday looking better and better. >> tori needs an umbrella -- >> tomorrow. >> tomorrow. >> okay and a jacket. >> okay. that's our report for this morning of the we thank you for making ktvu your choice for news. be sure to watch the news at noon for more on tonight's big playoff game between the warriors and clippers. we're always here for you at ktvu.com as well as twitter and facebook. thank you for joining us. female announcer: sleep train's interest free for 3 event
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