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// 50,000 runners prepare to hit the streets for bay to breakers. we should see them coming down here 90 minutes from now. a look at the rules and records runners may try to break this year. good morning to you. you're looking live at the starting line for bay to breakers. as always it's a very colorful scene. we have crews placed across the city keeping an eye on things and they will be off very shortly here. we'll have team coverage in two
minutes. welcome to "mornings on 2", sunday, may 17th, i'm claudine wong. ? good morning. i'm mike mibach. you never know what you're going to see here. and we saw a little of the clouds above the sky. another school start for those participating in the race today. >> yes, you'll see jackets to start the morning. maybe once the race gets going we'll see jackets shed. in the time being, cool and cloudy conditions. that onshore breeze sticking around for sunday. here's a live look at the sun trying to shine bright. not going to happen. we've got those clouds widespread once again, well inland and we are looking at another below the average day for your temperatures. giving you a look at the cloud cover. low clouds, mid and high level clouds also in the forecast today. right now 55 concord. 51 napa. 55 at sfo. low 50s in novato. so temperatures fairly uniform
and similar to how we woke up yesterday, maybe a tad warmer in areas. i don't think you're going to notice much if you're getting out early, for bay to breakers, cloudy skies, 53 by 8:00. then notice as we get into 10:00 not a lot of change. we're partly cloudy to mostly cloudy, 55 degrees. so we're going to warm a whole 2 degrees over the course of two hours. then as we get into noontime mostly cloudy skies, mid to upper 50s in the forecast. with san francisco only getting to about 60 degrees for this afternoon. take a look at some of the numbers. downtown san francisco 60, the closer you get to the water. upper 50s. 64 redwood city, 65 hayward. upper 60s concord and livermore. 70 antioch. those are some of the mild numbers we'll see today. temp not going to change a lot as we get into the week ahead. we'll finally break out of the pattern. more coming up. san francisco classic, bay to breakers kicks off in an hour from now.
the 104th edition. we'll have coverage from the start to the hay street hill and finish. we begin though at the starting line. we're joined by the man in charge of this scene. very popular bay area tradition. race director bill burke. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. >> remember last year you were delayed about 20 minutes so give me what is going on now. any delays on the course? putting on last-second touches? >> everything is going smooth. there are no anticipated delays. we actually expect an on-time start at 8:00 a.m. today. >> 50,000 people are expected to participate. what is new this year compared to last year? just looking at some of the things that -- obviously the number of port-o potties boosted by 200. what else? >> we've got -- as you said a lot more port-o-potties. we have an additional sobering
station to kind of control the fun and zaniness of the event. we've got new activation at the finish line of course. the big thinking for the event, a new title sponsor in zappos. so they've come to the table and really enhanced the event in so many ways. the athletes will see that today. along the race course, and certainly at the finish line. >> bill, what do you think, about 20 years ago this race had close to 100,000 participants. over the years it's kind of decreased, 50,000 registered. what do you attribute to the lower. a runners participating this year? >> i think -- i think -- i ran it actually in 1987 and there were 72,000 the year that i ran. it was an iconic event. still one of the most iconic running events in the world. a lot has to do with the support that sponsors and management puts into the event. i have to be candid that new
leadership took over the event last year. the entrance went up by 10,000 last year. entrants. and another 8,000 this year. it's been massive growth in the last two years of bringing this event back to what it was when i was participating in 1987. i think -- i believe you're going to see a slow resurgence of bay to breakers. and we cannot be more happy for the athletes here today to participate. >> i think it would be great as well not only for san francisco but the entire bay area. do you expect any world records out there? >> the temperatures are certainly cool enough. we have an extremely strong men's field today. i don't know if they are going to catch a record but we do expect it to go really close today. both in the men's and women's race. so the temperatures are relatively going to stay cool most of the day. so i see a lot of athletes that are coming out here to actually race and run. they should run some pretty good times today overall. >> bill burke live at the
starting line of the bay to breakers. you're a busy man. i appreciate you taking the time to hang out with us on "mornings on 2". >> thank you so much. thank you to san francisco. have a great day. >> you too. the bay to breakest known -- breakers known for sentpedes, outlandish costumes and the enemy to all runners, hay street hill. allie rasmus joins us from the infamous hill. i know the runners are not there yet but a lot of preps underway. right? [no audio] >> reporter: wrapping, just finished wrapping up some of these -- the barricades here. there's about 50,000 people taking part in this race. you can see the streets are not
closed yet so there is still traffic going through here. let's show you a live picture from the starting line. it's called bay to breakers because it goes from the financial district near the embarcadero all the way over to ocean beach. not that many people there yet, that's because we're still an hour away from it getting going. 50,000 people registered. that is up a few thousand compared to last year. there are people registered in this race from just about all 50 states and from around the world. one of the race organizers talked about the broad appeal this event has. >> this truly is a bucket list event for any runner out there. no matter where you are in the globe people want to come to san francisco to experience the race. even the serious runners are wearing costumes. i would say at least half the field is wearing costumes. some of the people have been working on that for months. you can tell by the effort they put into it. >> reporter: the race is known for its funky fun costumes, it's definitely one of the draws for the people taking part. even you heard the organizer
mention, even the serious runners make sure they have costumes, some of them do at least. zappos is the sponsor of the race for the first time this year and they are, for the first time going to be instituting some records, minor records so fun things like apparently there's going to -- be people trying to break a record for the longest one- handed conga line. a couple of years ago instituters had no alcohol policy and no coolers allowed. and according to the rulebook participants are supposed to wear clothing but it's been my experience covering this, that doesn't always happen. they have added more port-o- potties to ease concerns of some of the people who live in the neighborhood. this is alamo square here. they have 200 more potties. they have new signs urging people to use them. let's say. that is a new sign, i've been out here for the last four years covering this race and that's the first time i've seen
that sign there. it's been my experience that people do find ways to hide the alcohol, to maybe start out at the race with some clothing on and then lose it along the way so. we'll see what happens here. back to you. >> we'll make sure we keep our camera a little bit alert this morning. thank you so much. let's talk about this race route. it begins at 8:00 this morning. this is a look at the where those runners will be going. starts at main and howard streets, ends at the great highway at lincoln. major roads are closed this afternoon. they include sections of several streets and the great highway. access to golden gate park is also going to be limited. there are new developments in a hostage situation overnight in almeida county. police say the suspect, 51-year- old sean mcgee is now in custody. officers say they believe he robbed a wells fargo in a safeway market in antioch yesterday. witnesses say he left on a bicycle and then jumped right into a truck. officers later chased him along
highway 4 with speeds reaching 100 miles per hour. they say he eventually ended up in oft oakland where he barricaded himself in an apartment and took a person hostage. the person escaped, and he was taken into custody without incident. new developments in the investigation into last week's amtrak derailment in philadelphia. investigators so found a circular break at the lower left side of the train's windshield which could be the result of an object thrown or shot at the train moments before it jumped the tracks. investigators say as many as three trains in the area could have been hit by rocks or another object in a 20-minute span last tuesday night. a passenger on one of the other trains said he witnessed an object hitting a window near him. >> i was on my laptop, putting out e-mails and all of a sudden, heard a crash. i quickly turned, didn't see what hit it. i looked to my left and everything had been destroyed. enough so that the damage was
the size of a basketball. >> amtrak hopes to resume limited service tomorrow, full service tuesday. amtrak announced it will expand its use of a train control system that protects against speeding along sharp curves. police in the south bay are searching for a man who reportedly tried a grab a girl off the street in campbell. here's a sketch. described as asian or latino, mid-30s, 5'7" with a medium build. police say he was wearing a black and white beanie and long coat either tan or brown and had fur on the cuffs of that coat. investigators released this home surveillance video of the vehicle, they believe the man was in. it was taken as the car drove up and down harriett street yesterday morning. police say the man began to follow the girl as she was walking her dog. police say she told them he got out of his car and grabbed her but let go when she screamed. 7:11.
let's turn to pleasant news. talking about the warriors. they are going back to the basketball court in a few hours from now. after a well destroyed day off following their series victory over the memphis grizzlies. they will have a light workout in their practice facility and then this afternoon find out who they will be playing in the western conference finals. the l.a. clippers squaring off against the houston rockets with the winner facing the warriors beginning tuesday night. gunfire at a shopping mall in the east bay. >> lucky. it was dangerous. >> coming up at 7:30 -- what police are now examining in their search for the shooters. a series of earthquakes are sparking concern on hawaii's big island. why scientists think it could be a sign of bigger danger to come and we want to give you another look there in san francisco where in less than an hour from now runners will take off in this year's bay to breakers race and are already getting excited as the tortilla tradition continues.
?w hello to you. hoping it's an easy sunday morning. giving you a live look for you there into san francisco. it looks like the bay to breakersfes at this time beginning to -- breakers festivities beginning to get underway. another day of below average temperatures. those numbers coming up. scientists are monitoring an active volcano in hawaii after a series of earthquakes. they say the earthquakes could be a sign of a eruption. the volcano was rattled with as many as 20 to 25 small quakes per hour on friday. scientists say the earthquake activity slowed down yesterday but they are still continuing
to watch that volcano closely. more information is coming out about a u.s. raid that killed a top isis commander. officials say a u.s. army delta force flew in a blackhawk and osprey helicopters from iraq to syria during the early morning raid. they met stiffer distance but eventually killed their target and 11 of his guards. the american commandos captured his wife and freed a woman held as a slave and upheld records that the government believes may hold valuable intelligence. >> this is a statement as well. the u.s. for the first time going in on the ground killing a high-value leader, the rest of the leadership now has even got to be more wary than before. here's what we know -- the national security council helped oversee elicit oil and gas operations of isis. the revenues willing to bankroll terror operations worldwide. it's believed he and his wife were involved in schemes to
take hostages. the wife is in custody in iraq and is being interrogated. the taliban is claiming responsibility in an attack at the main airport in kabul, afghanistan. a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives and at least three people killed including two teenaged girls. it's believed the authority attacked the police training mission. time to look at the front pages, here's a look at the san francisco chronicle. one headline reading, water flooded cluster of rods on span. new bay bridge documents show infiltrated sleeves. the newspaper reports that the steel rod now the focus of a $4 million investigation into potential salt water corrosion on the new eastern span is among a cluster of rods that were flooded by as much as 5 feet of water over the past two weeks. here behind me is the front page of "the oakland tribune." you can see a photo of steve kerr and his family growing up in the mid-1970est "steve kerr,
my life has been set up by childhood stability and incredibly interesting experiences." the warriors are headed to the western conference finals for the first time since 1976. again, that game one on tuesday night at oracle. excited for that. and bay to breakers this morning. you heard the director telling mike the weather is good for records so nice job. way to go. >> i do what i can. it's always nice to be out running when it's nice and cool. a little cloudy. nothing to get you overheated and that is exactly the kind of weather we have outside our doors. perhaps you are thinking of getting outdoors into the east bay and this is what you have joining you this morning. a live look there at the low clouds, mid-level clouds and mount diablo in the backdrop. beautiful shot. and notice the winds not too bad. the tree on the right side of the screen not blowing too hard. we'll have the onshore breeze with us. fairfield actually reporting an onshore breeze this morning. so it's out there and it will continue to be with us for
today. take a look at this cloud cover. in addition to the low clouds we do have mid and high level clouds that will be with us most of today and i think some of us will be only partly sunny for the second half of the afternoon. 55 degrees right now in concord. 54 walnut creek. 55 livermore. over parts of the north bay, 51 napa and 50 santa rosea. the numbers, again, similar to yesterday. along the peninsula mid-50s at sfo. halfmoon bay 54. good morning san mateo, 55 at this hour. 54 palo alto. and 52 in woodside. so most of us all in the same, when it comes to our temperatures at this hour. los gatos, 44 reported there. 54 saratoga and morgan hill 54 as well. look at the futurecast model. as we get into the second part of the day most areas cleared
out, at least away from the the coastline. oakland had clouds but most of us saw the nice sunshine for the afternoon. today we have the clouds that are going to continue to linger all the way into the afternoon. the footprint here showing us temperature remain on the cool side, upper 50s at the coast. widespread 60s around the bay. maybe a few pockets near 70 degrees. that is really going to be about it. our inland community going all the way into the central valley, we'll see 70s. for the afternoon here are the numbers on the screen. 68 novato. 61 sausalito. temperatures very similar to yesterday. 64 oakland. 69 livermore with perhaps even a little less sunshine. 66 for san jose, as well as santa clara. sunnyvale included there. 64 redwood city. the extended forecast, as we get into the week ahead, temperature won't be budging a lot. monday, tuesday, wednesday, in to thursday. in fact the models don't want to bring us any type of warm-up
really until next weekend. memorial day. he was the youngest patient in san diego county history to receive a heart transplant. >> infants waiting for hearts wait the longest. >> how the 6-month-old is doing and what the mother is saying about the donor's family. >> it's time for our "pet of the day." that is "alana," only 7 months old. one of her legs had to be amputated because of an untreated injury but she doesn't let her three legs slow her down. she's in a foster home and now ready for adoption. you can meet her at the petaluma pet pals or to find out more information go to ktvu.com and click on the "pet of the day" section under the "mornings on 2" tab.
heavy rain in parts of the south and midwest. this is oklahoma where power was knocked out to thousands and damaging several homes. so far no major injuries reported from the latest storm but last week several tornadoes caused flooding and at least four people died. many western states are gearing up for what is expected to be a very long and very hot fire season. colorado has two new aircraft
which can spot and pinpoint locations of fires that are just beginning. they have onboard technology that can locate hot spots that are just miles away, just as those flames are really starting to kick up. >> the one thing we learned in 2012/2013 was with the large fires, if you don't get to them, early, i mean right at the beginning fighting them takes millions of dollars. it was over $2 million in 2012. >> the governor of colorado says new aircraft can save money and lives. the planes let fire spotters instantly pass along information on where those flames are and what direction they appear to be headed. that information could give firefighters enough time to get out of harm's way. he was just three months old when he was given the gift of life and now the youngest ever heart transplant patient is thriving. santiago arenas was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at first and his parents lost their first child to the disease. the doctors said he had a
chance at surviving and only if he got a heart transplant and warned that often infants wait the longest. last february a heart was found. santiago's mother hopes to one day thank the donor family. >> the people that donated have a piece of my heart. hopefully in the future she will willingly accept to meet this beautiful baby that she made possible for him to live >> the doctors say surgery was especially difficult because the boy was so young and small. his new heart at the time of surgery was about the size of a plum. scars are still visible on his tiny chest but his doctors say they will fade as he and his new heart continue to grow. today's the an malts mals on broadway -- animals on prey walk. it's usually at broadway plaza in walnut creek but there's the huge construction underway at that shopping center so this year it's going to be at heather farm park. it's a free community festival for the whole family and includes pets on leashes.
there will be costume contests for them. vendor booths, kid zone games and pet wellness fair. the walk is about a mile and organizers hope walkers will raise $85,000 from sponsors today. celebration of pets starts 10:00 this morning and runs until 4:00 this afternoon. and you can see the puppies available for adoption even earlier, we'll have a couple of them here in studio on "mornings on 2" and that is coming up at 9:15. also coming up -- demanding answers. why more than 100 people took to the streets in livermore yesterday following the death of a mother and her 14-month- old daughter. >> we're 30 minutes away from san francisco's most colorful foot race. this is a live look at the start line. what both spectators and runners will be greeted with this year following the boston marathon sentencing.
7:30. here's some of the top stories. amtrak is installing new speed controls on the section of track where a train derailed in philadelphia last tuesday. the automatic train control system will slow down trains when they approach that sharp curve and a funeral will reportedly be held this afternoon in fremont for a bank executive who died in that crash. friends say 55-year-old abeg dilani planned to retire in the
bay area. police in campbell are looking for an attempted kidnap suspect this. is a sketch of the man police say grabbed a young girl walking her dog along harriett avenue yesterday morning. she screamed and got away, frightened but unharmed. now just 30 minutes away from the start of the bay to breakers here's a live hirkt downtown at the financial district. 50,000 runners expected at this year's race. most of them clothed though the extra -- if the tradition holds true some will not be clothed. while san francisco police want everyone to have a good time, there will be police in -- policing the race route. >> you can see the tortillas going again. there's something about bay to breakers, there are certainly rules -- tortillas are not supposed to be thrown either
but -- it's bay to breakers. tortillas seem to be the least offensive thing you can do. a great day to run, maybe they have costumes that are a little warmer for the beginning of the race. >> yes. that's part of it. spectators that go out, the people that participate, like to wear the costumes, maybe not much clothing at all. not a good morning for. that live look here at all the cloud cover over the oakland estuary and san francisco. way there in the backdrop. can see that the clouds have brightened some as the sun continues to try -- try to pull through. not likely to happen though. partly sunny to partly cloudy skies in the forecast for today. wow, this graphic says a lot. very widespread, low few mid and high level clouds as well. the onshore breeze is with us. not too bad in most areas. concord reporting 12 but fairfield reporting 20. so through the delta we have that cool pacific air being pumped in as well.
san francisco, sfo, very cloudy and in fact sfo reporting delays now, 30-minute delays for some arrive flights. 55 degrees in concord now. 55 hayward, 55 redwood city and low 50s napa, novato. santa rosa starting with 50 as well. the last half-hour we went to the peninsula. this half-hour we'll go inland. 52 antioch. 53 danville. 51 outside your door in maraga with cloudy skies. seeing the as play this afternoon? bring a jacket, partly cloudy skies, low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. and a westerly breeze to 15 miles per hour. go as. giving you a look at the afternoon highs. along the coast 57 pacifica. only going to 60 again for today in san francisco. mid-60s in hayward. upper 60s in concord and 70 degrees, warmer spot for antioch this afternoon. temperatures not going to change a lot for the week aheadem i'll show that you in the extended forecast coming up. 7:33. the suspected drunk driver who
hit and killed a mother and 1- year-old daughter in livermore could be charged as soon as tomorrow. yesterday friends and family of the victims marched in downtown livermore to demand justice. esperanza morales and her daughter were killed outside of a family gathering two weeks ago. police say 35-year-old brian jones was driving drunk, lost control of his car and crashed into them. jones is now out on bail. >> he can still drive. that's why we are worried. i know he can get drunk and drive again. and kill somebody else. >> police say jones had been at the livermore wine country festival before the crash and his blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit. the district attorney says he could face vehicular manslaughter charges or possibly second degree murder. >> it's a horrible tragedy that has happened to this family and we wanted to make sure we're doing everything exactly right so when we go dogo to court we hold him accountable for what he did. >> a gofundme page raised more than $25,000 for are the
victim's family. police in concord are looking for four men that opened fire in the parking lot of the sun valley mall, before 11:00 yesterday morning on the top level parking lot by the j.c.penney store. three parked cars were hit in the crossfire but no one was hurt. a woman who works in the mall says her white toyota was between two cars that were hit. >> luckily we were busy in my store, i ended up going on a break. or i would have been in the middle of a gunfight. >> some of the stores at the mall have turned video over to investigators to help find the shooters. investigators say they are looking for a tan four-door car that may have been involved. police arrested a second person in the shooting death of a high school student in vallejo. 17-year-old max rusk was shot to death thursday afternoon while walking on a trail near jesse bethel high school. on friday night police arrested a 16-year-old. from sasoon city. his arrest came hours after
zachary kroll of have lao was taken into custody. a 14-year-old southern california boy is suspected of accidentally shooting and killing his younger brother. the riverside county sheriff's department says it happened yesterday afternoon at the boy's home. the 9-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the scene. it's not clear where the 14- year-old got the gun from. the highway patrol is searching for a man who crashed into a cal trans truck and carjacked acaltrans vehicle at gunpoint. a convoy was going westbound 580 in castro valley at the redwood road exit when a black bmw collided with one of the trucks. the driver got out, showed a gun and drove away in the truck. the stolen truck was later found in oakland. a bicyclist participating in an annual bike ride killed after being hit by a truck in solano county. it happened in dixon during the davis double century ride. a 50-year-old rockland man was
struck. the chp says the cyclist killed didn't stop at the stop sign and the truck driver couldn't avoid him. >> roads get kind of narrow in some places and you have cars passing you and -- obviously at every intersection you have to follow the rules and hope everyone else does too. >> organizers of the race say this is the first accident like this in at least 30 years. dr. michael bell organized the first ever save life youth summit at laney college. he said he got the idea after seeing too many children come into the emergency room over the years at children's hospital in oakland >> you go home and think about how unnecessary this really is. why would a 2-year-old be shot? that really messes with your mind. >> there's things that you never forget. and there's sights that you see as a doctor and surgeon that stay with you your whole life.
>> bell says he's already looking forward to having a bigger summit next year. hundreds of millions of gallons of free water in the east bay. available to anyone who wants it but there's a catch. users have to sign up for a special program and transport the water themselves. as fox 2's allie rasmus tells us demand is going through the roof. >> reporter: it takes 550 gallons to water jerry liberty's lawn in martinez. he turns on this hose twice a week and has no regrets about it. >> i like my lawn. it makes everything look good. >> reporter: he uses recycled water from the central contra costa sanitary district in martinez. it's treated waste water. >> it's safe but not approved for drinking. >> reporter: liberty pulls up to the filling station. and fills up a $275-gallon tank in his truck. he drives his supply of water back home and once he gets
there -- hooks up a hose. >> old fire hose. displrkts and pours the water out on his joan sloping lawn. he heard about it from a friend but decided to sign up after an eye-opening day on his job, works for the east bay regional park district. >> i went to the lake and it looked like it was down 30 feet. >> reporter: liberty is one of the hundreds of people who signed up for the free recycled water program. the number of users has more than doubled just in the past month. >> in april we had 91 registered users, now we're up to 244. >> reporter: in just the first 12 days of the month a quarter million gallons have been given away. to stave off questions from suspicious neighbors, liberty picked up a brand new sign. >> they want to let their neighbors know this is being responsible. this is not drinking water. >> reporter: it's free irrigation water normally pumped into sasoon bay but instead of going down the drain it's giving new life to lawns like liberty's. in martinez, allie rasmus, ktvu
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jack del rio says the four- game suspension of tom brady was an overreaction to the football scandal. he says the league could have resolved the problem with a simple warning from nfl leadership. >> we're going to pay really particular attention to this and anybody that is outside those lines will be significant action taken and i think it goes away. i think, one short five-minute press conference at some point -- >> he made the comments during his induction into the usc athletic hall of fame yesterday. former usc head football coach pete carroll was also inducted. days after announcing her bid for u.s. senate a southern california lawmaker is caught in a controversy. coming up in 10 minutes, the gesture she made that has many people fuming. >> it's expected to be the busiest memorial day weekend in years. on the bay area roadways. we'll have a live interview in
outdoors bring along a sweater. it's a bit cool this morning. i'll have the temperatures coming up. get ready for a lot of cars next weekend. aaa predicts this will be the busiest memorial day in a decade. more than 37 million americans expected to travel at least 50 miles from home by car, train or air. that is up 5% from last year. but with the holiday comes some dangers on the roadways. that is why the chp is also gearing up for its crackdown on drivers. joining us is officer daniel hill from the chp. thank you so much for coming in. memorial day happens every year you kind of all hands on deck? >> it's one of our maximum enforcement periods. at this time we deploy all available officers to the road to make sure not only can you get to where you're going safely and we can get rid of traffic hazards. disabled vehicles and so forth, we look for people driving dangerously either driving under the influence or in this case our crackdown on people driving unrestrained. >> seat belts, people not putting on seat belts? too many people in the car?
>> exactly. we're looking about 97% compliance rate across the state but that 3% accounts for the majority of our fatal collisions. people who are crashing, they are crashing in a way that would be non-injury if you're wearing a seat belt but unfortunately nonrestrained it's causing injury or fatal collisions. >> is there something you see memorial day you don't see other holidays? people coming in for the summer. going to barbecues? maybe not driving so far? >> these are the days when people throw the whole family in the car, get their coolers, go out to the parties. it's kinds of a short distance, or maybe a med medium distance trip but definitely trying to go where they are going, at the same time in the afternoon periods. >> you see a lot of officers then. when you pull people over, warnings or start issuing tickets and sending a message? >> it's going to be on a case by case basis. the crackdown will be really focused on unrestrained drivers. if you're not wearing a seat belt, it's click it or ticket, we'll cite you for. that that is the crackdown. du eye especially as well.
one of those -- dui as well. if you do one of those two things you're not likely to get a break. >> and distracted issue as well. >> absolutely. >> everyone trying to text and look at map applications. thank you so much for coming in. we certainly hope everyone stays safe memorial day and the warmer it gets the more excited people are to get out of the house. >> yes. though it was not warm yesterday and mike says he was out swimming. intli was. looking at the radar, look at texas getting crushed by the storms. not here. here it's a quiet one but boy in the central portion of the country all the way from the canadian border down into the gulf states we've got severe weather that will continue for today. i'll show that you graphic that mike was automaticking about in a moment -- was talking about in a moment. live look from san francisco and across the bay, overcast skies. i cannot find a community that has sunshine this morning. perhaps a few peaks and i'll try to find some of those for
you but not the case at this hour. let's shift into the central portion of the u.s. and we'll come back and talk about our weather in a moment. but yesterday, wow, what a severe day. you can see going on again today, with thunderstorms already beginning to fire off over areas like texas and stretching into arkansas. these are storm reports. these have everything to do with what was going on from thunderstorms, hail, of course the lightning, we've got flooding reports, we have straight-line winds, a lot going on yesterday. now i'm going to remove all those reports of flooding and hail and heavy rain and the straightline winds and only focus on the tornadoes. more than 30 on this screen here, focusing on areas from minnesota and then stretching down into oklahoma as well as texas. mike was just talking about this, anchors talking more about some of the severe weather, that was experienced yesterday. but again another round going on today. now we're back and we have mostly gray skies. quiet weather, for us the
trouble, we've got below average temperatures. i guess we can't complain. 53 degrees as we get into the 8:00 hour for bay to breakers in san francisco. then by 10:00 or so notice still mostly cloudy, temperatures not going to warm a lot. when we have the clouds overhead it's really hard for temperatures to rebound. we're only looking at mid to upper 50s for the second half of the morning and into the lunch hour. san francisco's only expected to top out about 68 degrees today. going to be cool most of the day and we have the afternoon sea breeze with us as well. 68 degrees for novato. 66 kentfield. 61 sausalito. to the east bay, 64 oakland. 69 livermore. 70 antioch. 7 o, about the warmest spot. 68 morgan hill. 66 menlo park. low 60s san bruno. going to the coast? you're going to need the hoodie. 57 pacifica with the afternoon sea breeze and 58 for daly
city. and temperatures remain below average as we get into the workweek head. upper 60s to near 70 expected all the way into thursday. low to mid-60s around the bay, upper 50s to near 60 at the coast. looks like as we get into the weekends the models want to bring us a little warm-up, maybe eventually getting back to the seasonal average. school in utah facing controversy for not including 17 special needs students in the yearbook. the school says the students are young adults who are part of a transitional program which is housed in the same building as the high school. for the past two years the school has included the transitional program students in the yearbook but this year decided not to and one mother is angry that her daughter was not included. >> it bothers me because we -- it seems they've gone back in time. to where we're not including them. and we're going to tuck them away and say no, they don't
exist. >> the school district says the transitional program is intended to help special needs students move on from high school so the students should not be involved in high school activities such as the yearbook. a rocky start for a u.s. senate candidate. up next, we talk about the gesture she made many are calling offensive to native americans. >> we're less than 10 minutes away from the official start of the bay to brickers. we bring that you start live. we have sky fox up top and this live camera on the ground in the financial district. bay to breakers getting ready to go in the city by the bay. time 7:51.
just a few days after announcing she's running for the u.s. senate. loretta sanchez discusses her invitation. >> i'm going to be with♪ la la la♪ right? native americans. >> many people in the room including the man who recorded the conversation on his cell phone found it offensive saying it degraded native americans. sanchez ran away from reporters who questioned her about the incident. >> miss sanchez, you made a gesture that some people -
>> [screaming] >> do you feel you put that -- >> the only other democrat running for that senate seat in california is the attorney general harish. she said she didn't know what to say about sanchez' behavior but did find it shocking. here's a look at some of the top stories that are trending this morning. >> he's making a move. american pharaoh is all by himself! >> kentucky derby winner american pharaoh cruising across that finish line to a victory at the preakness stakes in baltimore. the last horse to win all three races was in 1978. victor espinosa is the jockey, who nearly won the triple crown last year on california chrome. the best of science is coming to the san francisco
exhibition center. 1,200 displays include a fleet of robots and electronic giraffes and tree of wishes. that lights up when people speak into a microphone to make a wish. >> with all the artists and tech folks and people that love to craft and make things and tinker. this is the original garage maker. starting with silicon valley. >> allie rasmus gave us the great tour yesterday. it was the first of its kinds and started 10 years ago. now there are 150 of them around the world designed to inspire all kinds of people young and old to become engineers, artists and builders. the world champs outscored the reds 21-4 in the last two games. giants looking to win the four- game series in cincinnati, and welcome back hunter pentz, back in the line-up. following a brandon bell homer, hunter lines this one into the gap. it's a double. brandon crawford steps in and says i'll bring you home hunter. he rounds third and easily crosses the plate, 2-0 giants.
5-0 in the fifth inning. when brandon crawford once again, what a night he had. sitting on a high fastball. says this one 15 rows deep. a grand slam for the shortstop. he went 3-5 with six rbi's. giants win 11-2, back home tuesday against the dodgers. oakland as manager says the team is making too many errors. and the as have a record of 1- 13 in one-run games. last night was number 13. started great. first inning one on for billy butler, hits his fourth home run of the season. just like that 2-0 oakland. in the third as in a bit of a jam. bases loaded, two outs, chavez can't get out of it and it's all tied at 2-2 and we talked about errors at the top. seventh inning, two outs, no one on, rodriguez with the bunt cleanly but then throws it away. that opens up the door, white sox capitalize on the error and take the lead on the certainly.
final score was 4-3 chicago. a young baby in san diego making history. how that 6 months old is now doing and what his mother is saying about the donor's family. >> we're just about two or three minutes away from the start of the bay to breakers. sky fox is above the financial district in san francisco.
good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2". you're looking live at san francisco where the bay to breakers is go b to get underway. that's our live picture up top and on the ground also we have a photographer right there if he starting -- at the starting line. >> we're waiting for the start of the that race. we were told earlier it looked to be on time so any second now they should set the runners off to head on through the streets of san francisco. 50,000 people expected to attend. as you can see from sky fox they are packed into that area of the embarcadero. there is extra security because of the sentencing of the boston marathon bombing suspect. and -- >> they are off. >> there you go. >> let the party begin. >> those obviously in the front, those runners a little more serious but as we stretch back in we will see the
costumes begin to -- reveal themselves. >> more colorful. >> they get more colorful as the race going on. >> and start downtown. they will make their way to the hay street hill. >> allie rasmus is keeping an eye on things. >> they eventually get to the great highway for the finish and celebration. welcome to "mornings on 2". i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. let's get over to rosemary because you saw out there still really gray but runners like that, especially the ones at the front who are actually running hard. maybe people walking at the back would like you to warm it up a little. >> maybe we'll see a record today. the men's record was in 2009. women's was in 2010. we'll see. it's a cool start as you mentioned, a cloudy start. a lot like yesterday. that means widespread gray. giving you a look over the bay and the bay bridge. and into san francisco where the overcast skies will continue for most of the day. we have low clouds out there, i think we'll have a mix of mid and high level clouds. temperatures will be similar
but if you have less sunshine it's going to feel a little bit cooler. so 53 degrees now in and around san francisco. by 10:00 mostly cloudy. temperature will remain in the mid-50s and then as we get into the second half by lunchtime upper 50s in the forecast with mostly cloudy skies arrest the bay to breakers event -- as the bay to breakers event ends or at least the run. it will continue most of the day if you're out there having a good time just be aware that it is going to continue to be on the cool side. we will have a high clouds in store today. showers remain to the north. we remain in the trough-like pattern. for us it will just mean below average temperatures. with a mix of sun and clouds. upper 50s at the coast. 60s around the bay and some of the warmest locations, warmest getting to about 70 this afternoon. let's look at the numbers outside your door now. widespread 50s, low to mid-50s from santa rosa into sfo and 56 mountainview. by the way sfo reporting delays
due to arriving flights due to low cloud cover. in the peninsula, 53 woodside and mid-50s palo alto. there's the clouds cover, for the second half notice the cloud cover doesn't really go away. temperatures will be along the coast in the 50s. looking at 60s for most of the bay. i'll put numbers on the screen coming up in a bit. moments ago we showed you the start of the bay to breakers. this is the second wave of folks who were just given the green light to start going. you can see they are off. runners in the race now on the course, in 10 minutes or so they will arrive at the dreaded hay street hill. it's a tough one. fox 2 reporter allie rasmus has staked out our perfect vantage spot. a normal spot to sit tight and wait. they are headed your way now. >> reporter: that's right. i've been covering this for the last several years and this is the spot where we always come because this is where we start to see people coming down the
hill. right now we just have police cars heading down here but looking around, giving you a 360-view, this is next to alamo square, you can see the first few people in their costumes. these are spectators. they don't have race bids on. but along with the 50,000 people who take part in the race, there are thousands more who line the race route to take pictures and cheer the runners on in their costumes and sometimes people who have maybe some beverages out here on the side, will join the people partying in the back of the race. looking over here, looks like they are getting ready for maybe the first serious runners to start coming down the hill. this is a view from sky fox 2, 50,000 people, registered for this race this year. that is up a few thousand from the 40,000 last year. people are registered from all 50 states and 40 different countries. the race is known of course for its quirky costumes, zappo's is the sponsor this year and asked participants to try and set
some whacky world records. one i'm told they are going to be trying to set today, for the longest one-handed conga line. there's always a group of people who dress up as salmon for this race. we caught up with some of them this morning. they usually meet here at the hay street hill before the race. they run the race backwards. they go from breakers to bay. ocean beach to the financial district because they are salmon swimming upstream of course. we talked to them about what they love about this event. >> i really appreciate the port- o-potties. i think they should be here all the time. >> reporter: do you think it's gotten out of hand? >> no, it's gotten more tame. the addition of the potties is fantastic. i think the homeowners really appreciate that. it's definitely getten more tame over the years. >> reporter: it's good? >> i do. yeah, peeing on somebody's front lawn not cool. >> reporter: they have added, organizers added about 200 additional port-o-potties this
year compared to last year. this is around alamo square. a couple of years ago they started to close down and fence off this park so people partying, maybe having a little too much to drink wouldn't tear up the grass and make things a little too rowdy there. the same rules apply as last year, no alcohol allowed and law enforcement is along the race route and they are supposed to be -- they say they are going to be cracking down on the people who are a little too intoxicated. floats are also not allowed, no rolling coolers allowed. participants are supposed to wear clothing but it's been my experience coverage this that -- covering this there's always some people who find ways to get around the restrictions. we'll see a little later this morning. back to you. >> i know they are cracking down on people without race numbers and bids -- the salmon, do they have race bibs to go backwards? >> reporter: they did. the two salmon we caught up with this morning did have race bibs. i'm sure -- i'm not sure if
they are -- make the organizers aware they run backwards. they go against the -- upstream so -- >> they are salmon. >> they are registered users. >> they have to swim the way salmon do. thank you. we'll check in with you in a bit. up on the screen now is a look at the route of the bay to breakers. it starts with -- at minute and howard and ends at the great highway at lincoln. as you might expect major roads along that course are closed through this afternoon. they include sections of several areas including the great highway. access to golden gate park is also limited. there are new developments this morning in a hostage standoff overnight in almeida county. police say the suspect, 51-year- old sean mcgee senior is now in custody. officers say he robbed a wells fargo bank in a safeway in antioch yesterday. witnesses reported seeing him leave on a bicycle, then jumped into a truck.
officers later chased him along highway 4 with speeds reaching 100 miles per hour. they say he eventually ended up in east oakland where he barricaded himself in an apartment and took a person hostage. that person was able to escape and he was taken into custody without incident. there are also new developments in the investigation into last week's amtrak derailment in philadelphia. investigators found a circular brake at the lower left side of the train's windshield which could be the result of an object thrown or shot at that train moments before it jumped the tracks. investigators say as many as three trains in that area could have been hit by rocks or some other objects within a 20- minute span last tuesday night. a passenger on one of the other trains says he witnessed an object hitting a window near him. >> i was working on my laptop, i was following up with a couple of e-mails, all of a sudden i hear a crash, i turned, didn't see what hit it, but saw to my left everything had been destroyed. enough so that the damage was
-- the size of a basketball. >> amtrak hopes to resume limited service tomorrow and full service tuesday. amtrak announced it will expand its use of a train control system that protects against speeding around sharp curves along the northeast rail line. among the eight passengers who were killed in the amtrak derailment was 55-year-old new york bank executive abel gilani. reports from new york say there's a funeral for him at 1:30 this afternoon at the islamic foundation. he had planned on retiring here. police in south bay are searching for a man who reportedly tried to grab a girl off the street in campbell. the sketch of the man is described as asian or latino in his mid-30s and just about 5'7" with a medium build. police say he was wearing a black and white beanie with a long coat that is either tan or brown and it had fur on the cuffs. investigators released this home surveillance video of the
vehicle they believe the man was in. it was taken as the man drove up and down harriett street yesterday morning. police say the man began to follow the girl as she was walking her dog. police say she told him he got out of his car and grabbed her but let go when she screamed. he was just 3 months old when given the gift of life and now the san diego county youngest heart transplant patient is thriving. santiago arenas was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at birth. they lost their first child already to the disease. doctors said he could survive but only with a heart transplant and warned his parents that often infants wait the longest. then last february a heart was found. santiago's mother says she hopes to one day thank the donor family. >> the people that donated, they have a piece of my heart. hopefully in the future she will willingly accept to meet this beautiful baby that she made possible for him to live. >> santiago's doctor says the
surgery was especially difficult because the boy was so young and small. his new heart at the time of the surgery was about the size of a plum. scars from the surgery are still visible on his tiny chest but his doctors say it will fade as he and his new heart continue to grow. the warriors getting ready to return to the basketball court in a few hours from now. they have a well deserved day off following their series victory over the memphis grizzlies. they will have a light workout today. late this afternoon they will find out who they will be playing in the western conference finals. the clippers are squaring off against the houston rockets with the winner of today's game facing the warriors on tuesday night. here's a look at the warriors playoff schedule. turning photo memories into extra cash. coming up at 8:30 -- we'll look at the new app that lets
people sell their pictures to the public by using their cell phones. bye! bye! >> things get heated at one starbucks in new york. what made this worker so mad and why starbucks -- one starbucks is apologizing. let's give you a live look from sky 5 down on the bay to breakers. it got off and running smoothly about 12 minutes ago. men's record 33 minutes and 3 31 seconds. the women's record is 38 minutes and 7 seconds set back in 2010. always a party in san francisco. when it's time for the bay to breakers. ♪
♪ i want to give your heart a break♪ it's a great shot. i think i saw a runner in a tutu, maybe two of them. a view over san francisco from sky fox where again we've been watching at the bay to breakers event, underway. i'm told that is just some of the runners now approaching hay hill allie rasmus is out there live. we'll have more on that plus
your temperatures for today coming up. 8:15. scientists are monitoring an active volcano in hawaii after a series of earthquakes. they say the earthquakes could be a sign of a new lava eruption. the volcano rattled with at many as 20 to 25 small quakes per hour friday. scientists say earthquake activity slowed down yesterday but continuing to watch the volcano closely. more information coming out about a u.s. raid that killed a top isis commander. government officials say a u.s. army delta force flew in blackhawk and osprey helicopters from iraq to syria during the early raid. they met resistance from islamic state militants but eventually killed their target and 11 guards. the government officials say the leader's wife, freed a woman held as his slave and obtained records, phones and files that the government believes may hold valuable intem against. >> let's face it, it's a statement as well. the u.s. for the first time going on the ground killing a
high-valued leader, the rest of the leadership now has to be more wary than they were before. >> here is what we know about sayyaf. a tunisian citizen and the national security council said he helped oversee elicit oil and gas operations of isis, that went to bankroll terror operations worldwide. the government says he and his wife were involved in schemes to take hostages, his wife is in custody in iraq and reportedly being enter are interrogated. the taliban is claiming responsibility in an attack on the main airport in kabul, afghanistan. a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives, at least three people were killed including two teenaged girls. authorities say they believe the attack targeted vehicles from the european union police training mission. coffee wasn't the only thing steaming at one starbucks in new york. >> i'll call the manager! you're not going to be employed here! >> the shift supervisor is no longer employed with the
company after this video surfaced on-line. the customer says that worker started to shout at her when she didn't respond fast enough after ordering a frappuccino. the employee then demanded that the customer hand over an edible straw she was holding. starbucks has since apologized and says customer service is their top priority. >> cut back on the caffeine. relax. rosemary, i think we're headed to you now to talk about -- how nice -- i mean you're working hard there. >> just a moment. i'm trying to make you - >> we know you're working hard. >> working hard. >> figuring out things. >> clear out the skies in case mike decides to go swimming again today's. i'm actually trying to upload a tweet from our friend craig who sent me a nice picture of sunshine trying to poke through the clouds in san francisco. i'll get that up next time. giving you a look at the gray
sky over the east bay and again temperatures on the cool side. we have 50s outside now. low to mid 50s in san francisco, we continue to watch the bay to breakers runners. they continue to move through the streets and we'll be following them for you throughout the course of the morning. a lot of partying going on there for today. a look here at the stretch. starting in the low 50s this morning. we'll remain in the mid 50s through the 10:00 hour and upper 50s with the afternoon sea breeze picking up along the coast as well as golden gate park, 58 degrees and partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. that widespread cloud cover going to continue for today. fairfield reporting 18 miles per hour. this is one of the only spots where i'm seeing the wind actually a little stronger, most of us just a very light breeze. with the clouds and temperatures in the 50s, it's going to feel cool. if you're stepping out to walk the dog or grab coffee i just keep that in mind. our pattern not going to switch a whole lot. we're looking at chloe here, showers will remain to the
north of us and over the sierra still that lingering threat for the week ahead. for us, just going to be below average temperatures. upper 50s at the coast. 60s around the bay. and our warmer locations struggling to get to about 70 degrees. right now 53 napa. 53 novato. 55 redwood city. san jose you're checking in at 56. 56 degrees now in livermore. along the peninsula we are all uniform when it comes to our temperatures. mid-50s in palo alto. 54 woodside. 56 belmont. as we get into the second half of the day you'll notice the futurecast model doesn't budge a lot when it comes to clouds. low clouds will break up a little but we have mid and high level clouds and again it has to do with the pattern that we're stuck in. this pattern also going to bring us temperatures below average. upper 50s at the coast. 60s around the bay. you have to go well inland, i'm talking into the central valley to get 70s if that's what you're looking for.
fairfield and vacaville, upper 60s to near 70 today. 66 san rafael. in the east bay and low to mid- 60s. 62 alameda, 69 livermore. into the santa clara valley, 68 morgan hill. 64 redwood city. upper 50s and cloudy and cool and breezy at the coast, not a lot of changes into the workweek ahead. sounds like a broken record. near 70 inland. that will be some of the warmer locations. next weekend models want to bring us a little bit of a warm- up. for next weekend. >> thank you. just days after announcing her bid for u.s. senate a southern california lawmaker is caught in a controversy. coming up at 8:45. the gesture she made that has many people fuming. >> severe weather pounds parks at the south and midwest. what are officials saying that has many still on edge?
heavy rain and winds in parts of the midwest leaving a path of instruction. this is video from oklahoma where tornadoes touched down knocking out power to thousands and damaging several homes. more bad weather is still to come and that has many people on edge. so far no major injuries reported from the latest storm. last weekend several tornadoes caused flooding and at least four people died. many western states are gearing up for what is expected
to be a very long, very hot fire season. colorado has two new aircraft which can help spot and pinpoint the locations of fires that are just beginning. they have onboard technology that can locate hot spots that are miles away. just as the flames are starting to kick up. >> the one thing we learned in 2012/2013 was with these large fires, if you don't get to them early, i mean right at the beginning, then fighting them takes millions of dollars. we spent over $50 million in 2012. >> the governor of colorado says the new aircraft can also save plenty of money and lives. the planes let fire spotters instantly pass fire information to firefighters on the ground on where exactly the flames are and what direction they appear to be headed. pope francis is offering hope and encouragement to christians now living in the middle east. the pope canonized four nuns today including two from 15th century palestine. he described them as humble servants of god.
2,000 palestinians gathered at the vatican to sing and celebrate. harriett tubman was selected to replace president andrew jackson on the $20 bill in an on-line poll. the group women on 20s organized the unofficial poll to get a woman's face on the $20 bill. eleanor roosevelt and rosa parks and the first female chief of the cherokee nation were were finalists. 2020 will be the time it could happen. a doctor's idea after seeing too many young children come through his doors with similar injuries. >> sky fox high above san francisco as those runners in the bay to breakers make their way through the streets of san francisco. up next we're going to follow their progress and check in with allie rasmus who is live
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completed the eight-mile journey. they are attempting some unusual records this morning. and they have tweeted out they have broken two of them. the first is most articles of tye dye worn in a road race. the other is most people in party hats singing "happy birthday" to bob saget. >> interesting. >> who knew the records would be -- >> i like the springsteen. a little "born to run♪." these are live pictures from sky fox flying above all the action as people make their way along the panhandle through golden gate park and to the finish line. you're talking about the records. in three or four minutes we should know when some of the first runners cross the finish line whether or not a record was broken on really what is a good weather day. >> great weather day. check out hay street hill. you have a mix of costumes and folks making their way, this is one of the most notorious parts of the run. they are going downhill but have to go up as well. this is going down the hill --
not easy if you're a runner. people will hit it at the mile 2 area and then head uphill. 2/3 of a mile after. that we check quh with allie rasmus in a few minutes. >> you see the girl there, some costumes on the sidelines cheering on. >> don't jump the rail. >> i think if you have the white gloves you might just hang out with your latte and cheer them on. we'll keep an eye on things, gray out there but perfect. they all look pretty happy. it's not cold or raining. >> yes. i think if i were on the sidelines i would want one of those bunny suits to stay warm. >> take a picture rosemary. we'll tweet it. next year. >> next year. we have -- giving you a live look into ekeland where we have a lot going on this morning. oakland if you're heading to lake merritt or to jack london
square for the sunday -- what is that called? where we -- not sunday streets but we've got -- fruits and vegetables. >> farmers market? what is the farmers market? >> 52 degrees in santa rosa. 55 oakland. 56 livermore. 56 san jose. our temperatures holding steady now with the clouds overhead. we're not watching them climb soon, maybe a degree, maybe two as we get into each passing hour. but below average temperatures is where we will remain. look where we should be, and where we will be for today. napa 69 degrees, typically going to 74. san jose, look at that, 66 is what you typically -- or what you will getting today. 57 is the average in your neighborhood. 75. concord, cool as well.
i'll put numbers on the screen. we'll tour around the area. for the afternoon today. i'll show you what you can expect for your neighborhood and just how long this pattern is going to last coming up. let's talk about bay to breakers. 30 minutes ago we talked about the race, starting. there's where it started, all the way over on howard street in san francisco. now thousands of people are making their way all through the city and will end up at the great highway. >> probably any minute the first people will cross the line. live picture also from the bottom of hay street hill. one of the toughest parts of the run, two miles in from the start and also one of the biggest party stops now. allie rasmus is around there somewhere. looks like these folks are making it up and over that hill ok. >> it hasn't reached the party stage just yet. the first serious runners came down the hill at 8:00, 8:10.
8:15, somewhere around there. there's 50,000 people registered for this race. they come from just about all 50 states. and 40 different countries. but back out here live you can see a lot of different costumes, the serious runners, the ones trying to set records and competitively run this race have already been long gone. now it's, some of the people in there quirkier costumes heading down the hill and some people of course in no costumes at all. that is technically not allowed according to race rules but people in some cases start the race fully cloangdz and by the time they get to ocean beach they are not fully clothed anymore. this is certainly one of the iconic races in san francisco. people come from all over the world and all over the country to not only participate in it but also to watch it. ivy and ashley, you are here from new hampshire? >> yes. >> reporter: you have a friend running this morning? >> yeah. >> reporter: what have you heard about it? >> we heard this is like one of the bigger events of the year for the city.
a lot of people dress up. some people don't. >> reporter: what do you think so far? it hasn't gotten too rowdy yet. >> so far not too crazy but it's been a lot of fun to watch runners go by and cheer them on. >> reporter: it's one of the things you think of quirky san francisco? >> i think so, yes. based on what we've seen so far. >> reporter: it's only going to get a little crazier as the morning goes on. you can see people are already mugging for the camera. and -- i have covered this race the last four years and it does get a little more -- animated let's say as the morning goes on. the same rules of last year apply. no alcohol, that is one of the rules, whether people following the it or not remains to be seen. no coolers, no rolling coolers, no floats allowed and people again are supposed to wear clothing for this race but as you heard some of the spectators happen that doesn't always happen. we've seen evidence of that
already. back to you. the national football league holds its annual meeting in san francisco this weekend. one topic team owners will be discussing, how footballs are handled before games. that is after the underinflated football scandal during last year's afc championship game. under current rules footballs are sent directly to teams and must be given to officials two hours before the game. there are reports about this on tuesday. owners will also hear three new proposals for points after touchdowns and which cities are interested in hosting super bowls after 2018. police in concord are interested in looking for four men that opened fire in the parking lot of the sun valley mall. it happened on the top level of the parking lot at j.c.penney. three parked cars were hit but no one was hurt. a woman who works in the mall says her white toyota was between two cars, that were struck by bullets. >> luckily we were busy in the store and i didn't go on the break.
or i would have been right in the middle of a gunfight. >> some of the stores at the mall have turned video over to investigators to help find the shooters. investigators say they are looking for a tan four-door car that may have been involved. the suspected drunk driver who hit and killed a mother and her 1-year-old in livermore could be charged as soon as tomorrow. yesterday friends and family of the victims marched in downtown livermore to demand justice as esperanza morales and her daughter were killed outside of a family gathering two weeks ago. police say 35-year-old brian jones was driving drunk when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into them. jones now out on bail. >> he can still drive. that's why we're worried. i know he can get drunk and drive again and kill somebody else. >> police say jones had been at the livermore wine county festival before the crash and that his blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit. the district attorney says he could face vehicular manslaughter charges or
possibly second degree murder. a bicyclist was killed after he was hit by a traumatic truck in solano county. it happened during the davis double century ride. a 50-year-old rockland man was hit by a semi truck. the chp says the cyclist killed didn't stop at the stop sign and says the truck driver couldn't avoid him. >> the roads get kind of narrow in some places and you have cars passing you and, obviously at every intersection, you have to follow the rules, and hope everybody else does too. >> organizers say this was the first accident like this in at least 30 years. a conference in oakland brought together doctors and young people with the goal of reducing gun violence. dr. michael bell organized the first ever save life youth summit at laney college. he says he got the idea after seeing too many children come into the emergency room over the years at ucsf antioch
children's hospital in oakland. >> when you go home you think about how unnecessary this really is. i mean, why would a 2-year-old be shot? that really messes with your mind. >> there's things that you never forget. and there's sights that you see as a doctor and surgeon that stay with you your whole life. >> bell says he's already looking forward to having a bigger summit come next year. a former congresswoman who survived an attack on her life while she was in office spent the weekend inspiring the class of 2015. gabby giffords and her husband former astronaut mike kelly delivered the commencement address at the university of arizona law school. she was shot in the head during a meeting with constituents in arizona in january of 2011. after leaving office the next year she and her husband started a gun control advocacy group. her message to graduates yesterday was positive and uplifting. >> the nation is counting on you, be bold, be courageous, be
your best. >> kelly told law school graduates it's ok to fail at something they want and care about. he said he has not gone to mars and probably never will but the journey of becoming an astronaut was certainly worth the effort. cell phone cameras are more than a way to make memories, now a way to make money through scoop shot. an app that lets photographers sell their pictures to the public. shoot whatever you want an put your own price tag on it or take photo assignments for a set price. richard white says scoop shot is a way for him to make a little money doing something he enjoys doing anyway. he says he doesn't ask much for his photos. >> just recently i have got about 10 shots that are marked at $2.50. that is $25. i would rather sell one for $2.50 than sell a bunch because they were affordable than you know, try to hit a home run. >> the scoop shot app is free
and let's photographers post pictures on its platform so publishers, companies and individuals can look and side what they want to buy. the most anyone has ever paid is $200. a new car sharing service in oregon is looking to make it easier for pants to get nah -- parents to get their new drivers on the road. it's called car to go. renders to anyone 18 and over. parents say it can be expensive to buy a new car, and now they can just buy them a membership to the program. the children say they like it because it means they don't have to wait around to borrow the family car. so far they say they've never had to walk more than a mile to pick up a car to go vehicle. a crime spree begins with a bank robbery in a safeway store, ends in a hostage standoff. coming up, the police who led police on a chase in the east bay. >> the last time i had a real hug standing up. >> testing underway for a new technology that could give people now forced to rely on
beautiful shot over san francisco. we've been following along as the bay to breakers foot race just went underway in san francisco. you can see there waking up with mostly cloudy skies. we have another round of below average temperatures coming our way. i'll have the numbers for you coming up. just a few days after announcing that she's running for u.s. senate congresswoman loretta sanchez is surrounded by controversy. it's over her description of how she was invited to -- the caucus. >> i'm going to the office thinking that i'm going to to be with la la la, right? native americans. >> many found it offensive. sanchez actually ran away from reporters trying to question her about the incident. you made a gesture some people -- some people believed it was
offensive. >> hey, hey, hey! >> the only other democrat running for that senate seat is attorney general harris, she said she didn't know what to say about sanchez' behavior but she says she did find it shocking. the first family is now considering life after the white house. president obama's second term ends in january of 2017 and says while there's still plenty of work to do before he leaves office insiders say the obamas are planning ahead. youngestsaur sasha will have a big say in where the family lives because she'll be in high school. malia will be in college. the presidential library will be in chicago but it's unclear whether the family will move there permanently. a school in utah under controversy for not including 16 students in the yearbook, and the school says they are young adults in the transitional program housed in the same building as the high school. for the past two years the transitional program students were included but this year they decided not to and one
mother is angry that her daughter was not included. >> it bothers me because we -- it seems they've gone back in time. to where we're not including them. and we're going to tuck them away and say no they don't exist. >> the school district says the transitional program is intended to help special needs students move on from high school. so the students should not be involved in high school activities such as yearbook. a company that is combining robotics and software is giving people confined to wheelchairs a second chance to walk. people like ryan are testing a exoskelton powered by a battery. it attaches to his waist and with braces on his leg he can lift himself from his wheelchair. it helps him move, he calls it life-changing. >> being able to stand up and look people in the eyes and like -- forget about the wheelchair, is by far the
greatest thing about it. >> the exoskelton is being tested at several u.s. medical centers. once those clinical trials are finished the technology will be submitted to the food and drug administration for approval. he already thinks it's a success and says he hopes to use the exoskeleton everyday once it's available commercially. the makers faire continues today at the exhibition center. amazing exhibits combine science and art. there is a tree of wishes that lights up when people speak into a microphone to make a wish. >> with all the artists and tech folks and people that love to craft and make things and differenter. this is the original garage maker. starting with silicon valley. >> the bay area makers faire was the first of its kind and started 10 years ago. now there are 150 of them
around the world designed to inspire all kinds of people young and old to become engineers, artists and more. today we've been talking about the bay to breakers but folks are doing other things. >> sure are. you might be going to see the as play this afternoon. maybe you're going to be getting out and about. having fun with the family. it's going to be another cool to mild day around the bay area, giving you a view of oakland and all that overcast, yesterday, oakland, one of the last spots to clear and partly sunny skies out for some of us yesterday. along the east bay shoreline. for today another round. our pattern not changing a whole lot as we get into your sunday. here's another picture sent to us from craig this morning. this from russian hill in san francisco. you can see the sunshine trying to break through. it's going to be a tough call today. we have low clouds in place, mid and high level clouds from systems that continue to ride over new north -- north of
us, not bringing rain but unseasonably mild and cool patterns. 55 oakland. 53 napa. our temperatures are slowly nudging upward. 56 at sfo. we do have delays reported there for some arriving flights. 56 mountainview. 56 san jose. halfmoon bay 54. mostly cloudy with the onshore breeze, strengthening for the afternoon once again for today. fairfield reporting a breeze anywhere from 15 to 20 miles per hour at times. 57 in pitsburg. and danville checking in at 54. as we get into the second part of your afternoon, again maybe you're going to see the as play, 61 degrees, that westerly breeze but partly sunny skies. so not too bad once you get settled into the stands but getting in and out could be cool and breezy at times. afternoon highs, 69 in napa for today. 68 petaluma. get closer to the water and we've got 61 in sausalito. low 60s expected in tiburon.
along the water, if you want lunch outdoors bring the extra layers. 63 richmond today. low 60s alameda. 66 castor valley if you're itching for milder weather go inland, 69 livermore with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. 70 brentwood as well as antioch. into the south bay we have 67 at los gatos. 64 red wood city. and cool in san francisco and cooler along the coast with 57 for pacifica. the extended forecast with the temperatures showing you not going to range very far from what we have for today. we will remain very cool to mild as we get back to work on monday. tuesday a little change in the forecast. wednesday, thursday, more of the same. partly cloudy skies, in the afternoon. with a warm-up expected next weekend. so we have something to look forward to at least if that is what you're hoping for.
with gas prices remaining relatively low many californians will hit the road next weekend for memorial day. in fact it's expected to be the busiest in a decade. the highway patrol is going to be in what they call maximum enforcement, looking for drunk drivers but the big focus this weekend will be those who don't buckle up. about an hour ago the chp officer daniel hill came to tell us what drivers need to know. >> it's one of our maximum enforcement periods. at this time we deploy all available officers to the road to make sure not only can you get to where you're going safely, that we can get rid of traffic hazards, disabled vehicles and so forth but looking for people that are driving dangerously either under the influence or in this case the crackdown on people driving unrestrained. >> 97% of people in cars in california do buckle up but officers hill says it's 3% that are often involved in deadly crashes. aaa says 4.5 million californians will travel this memorial day day.
more than 80% of those people will travel by car. also going on today the animal rescue foundation is holding an event to help homeless animals. it started with this stray cat on the field at an oakland as game. at 9:15, more about the history and introducing you to some of the animals there today. >> the reason one family filled their home with dozens of injured and orphaned animals. bulldog: get a queen serta set for just $397. save up to $300 on tempur-pedic breeze. and get up to four years interest-free financing on the entire tempur-cloud collection!
elizabeth banks also stars in the film. coming up in the number two spot "mad max." you might want to mute the volume for the next 30 seconds if you're a fan of dc comics. >> that's how it starts. the fever. the rage. the feeling of powerlessness. >> after months of speculation there are several reports on who the real villain will be in the batman versus superman dawn of justice movie. when the two superheroes are not battling each other many sources say they will be taking on dooms-day. those reports say dooms day's presence forces the man of steel to join forces with the dark knight but they add lex luther will remain the physical villain in the movie that is set to be released next year. a mother and daughter working to help rehab injured
animals in shreveport, louisiana. janet and her daughter are licensed wildlife rehabilitators. nearly every corner of their home is used to care for injured or orphaned animals. they say the work is exhausting but worth it. >> it's really important to care for the animals that help us live a safe, happy environment. >> once animals are healthy or old enough they are rehold back into the wild. -- released back into the wild. american pharaoh running strong and hopes to gallup into the record books next month. >> from the far outside -- american pharaoh is all by himself! they come to the wire >> american pharaoh cruised to victory yesterday at a very wet preakness stakes in baltimore. it was pouring rain just before they started. the 3-year-old colt now only needs to win the belmont next month to capture the elusive triple crown. the last horse to win all three races was affirmed in 1978.
new developments in last week's amtrak derailment in philadelphia. coming up in our 9:00 hour, what investigators found on the windshield that could shed new light into what happened. >> the warriors are back out there on the court today. the team's plan as they wait to find out their opponent in the western conference finals. >> plus, bay to breakers still underway in san francisco. sky fox giving us these live pictures, that looks to be the back of the race. folks walking there. the first runner did cross the finish line at 35.25, that is not a record. the record is a little over 33 minutes but still smoking fast. it's been on for about an hour now. details coming up.
good morning, everyone. it's a busy morning on the city by the bay. . >> the wind just picked up. it's breezy cloudy, cool, and i'll be happy to come back to the studio shortly. today is a lot like yesterday, a near repeat when it comes to what it looks like and the temperatures for your sunday. giving you say look at the numbers right now, we're in the50s and will continue in the 50s. the clouds not expected to clear all the way. we'll be mostly cloudy the second part of the day and into the afternoon, upper 50s expected for the san francisco
area. take a look at fairfield and santa rosa. we're all under the cloudy sky this morning. for the second half we'll be partly sunny to partly cloudy, temperatures remaining on the cool side. i'll have a look at those numbers for you coming up in just a little bit. we showed you the start just an hour ago. the 104th bay to breakers. >> we just found out the women's winners crossed. neither of the winners will break the record, but very fast. we should point out that while there are lead runners at the front, the bay of breakers is known for good laughs and wild costumes throughout the race. >> we've been following from
start to finish, on the ground as well as in the air. >> that's right. one of the best vantage points and a race veteran, and you're at the bottom of the hill. it looks like people are jogging behind you. >>reporter: yeah, race is actually moving. at some point when it gets to be too much of a party, it slows to a cruel and people start partying and making their way down the hill. we were showing you the top of the hill, but now that we're a good portion of the way through the 50,000 people running in the race, we've switched directions because some people like to run this race without any proper running attire. so we're trying to censor that and make sure we only show you some of the fun costumes going by. while there are elite runners running competitively, what this race is known for is the
colorful costumes also. overhead this is the view from sky fox. you can see it goes from the financial district all the way to the beach. let's take a look at the costumes we've seen so far. there is a race category if people want to run the race as a group, and they're all find together the entire run. we've seen superheros, monarch butterfly and butterfly catcher. it basically runs the gamut of the colorful and quirky. there are a lot of people,
along with people running in the race and on sidelines to watch the event every year. what do you love about watching bay to breakers? >> i love how colorful and crazy it is. the first runners are very serious and great runners, and the rest of the runners have unicorn heads or they're naked or doing what they want. i love it. >>reporter: a few years ago some of the people that live around here started complaining about the party getting a little too rowdy. has it gotten more tame? >> there are no floats, plenty of alcohol. it's still crazy and rowdy. there's more bathrooms and there were lots of people using
the parks for the bathrooms. >>reporter: some of the changes. they've added about 200 additional port-a-potties than they had last year. is sounds like organizers have heeded the concerns. as the morning goes on, we're going to see even more of this going on. so we've gotten through a couple thousand runners so far so still a ways to go before it wraps up. >> i can't really see anyone with the red solo cups or cocktails in hand. have you noticed alcohol with people running or walking by? >> people have gotten good about hiding it. i haven't seen any of the red solo cups. earlier there were spectators with those and a boom box. right before the live shot we saw a bottle roll down onto the ground, but it was a tiny
little plastic bottle of jack daniels. people have i think gotten cleaver about keeping it under wraps are but it's definitely out here. >> whiskey in the morning, who knew. turning now to other news. new developments regarding the late night hostage standoff. police have a suspect in custody. officers say he robbed a wells fargo bank inside a safe way market yesterday. he jumped into a truck and officers chased him at speeds reaching 100 miles an hour. they say he ended up in east oakland where he barricaded himself and took a hostage. police are searching for a man who reportedly tried to
kidnap someone. here's a description. police released this home surveillance video. investigators say they've found a circular brake which could be involved in the derailment of a train last week. a passenger on one of the other trains say he witnessed an object hitting a window near him. >> i was working on my laptop and all of a sudden i heard a
crack. >> amtrak hopes to resume limited service in new york tomorrow and full service tuesday. amtrak announcing that it will expand use of a train control system that protects against speeding around sharp curves. a well deserved day off following a series victory over the grizzlies. they'll have a light workout. later this afternoon they'll find out who they will be playing in the western conference finals. the clippers playing the rockets, and the winner beginning tuesday night. here's a look at the warriors
playoffs. game twothey'll go on the road for game three and four and five only played with necessary. giants looking to win the 4- game series today out in cincinnati and welcome back the right fielder, back off the dl last night and in the lineup following a home run in the first at bat, lining it into the gap. crawford steps in and said, i'll bring you home, hunter. he easily crosses the plate. crawford really having a night, sitting on a high fastball and 15 rows deep. he went three for five. giants wing 11-2, back home tuesday against the dodgers. the oakland a's manager said they're making too many
errors. last night was number 13. it started off great. first winning but letter, his fourth home run of the season, and just like that it's 2-0 oakland. in a bit of a jam. can't get out of it. it's all tied at two. we talked about the errors. top of the seven on inning, rodriguez throws it away. that opens up the door for the sox and chicago would capitalize on the error and take the lead in the seventh inning and go on to win 4-3. a new face on the $20 bill. it was unofficial, but there was a woman named winner to replace president andrew jackson. finally live pictures out there from the finish line along the highway. more on this morning's bay to breakers coming up in a bit. uh, mine's easier.
dugout where it remained the rest of the game. that was the start of the animal rescue foundation. twenty years later they've found homes for more than 30,000 cats and dogs and today they're holding an annual event to help raise money for all the animals calling animals on broadway and is a 1 mile walk that begins in just about an hour. >> i'm joined now by the executive director who brought her very protective pet with her. barking at the cameras. this is ginger tell me about
this event. $5,000 is the goal? >> right. we're a little shy of the goal, but still accepting donations. our walk starts at 10:30. it's not just a walk, but truly a rescue mission about saving little ones like skipper and ginger, who are eight weeks old boxer lab mixes available for adoption today. >> they'll be there. couldn't be any cuter. ginger likes to lick a lot. >> tell me about this event. there's a couple things people should know. if they've gone in the past, are you worried about people may not know where to go with all the construction to going on? >> no. we've gotten the word out. we've got a kids zone a pet wellness zone. we've got all kinds of fun activities, amazing vendors.
you can buy cute little things for your puppy. >> the mission, just finding homes for the animals, and there's so many out there. the need is greater than ever. >> we've set an aggressive goal this year and we're pretty confident we're going to make the mark are but it takes everybody's involvement. we rescue and go to a lot of what people call the pounds and treat them and behavior assessment and place them for adoption. we'd sure like to find a home for these two guys today. >> seriously, that face. that face. you really brought in the two that are going to just melt everyone's heart. let's put the information on your screen. the event is being held in walnut creek and runs until 4 .
it is a 1 mile walk to raise money for the homeless animals. it features animal adoptions, best dressed pets and raffles. i'm holding this for you. ready to come home. >> i love ginger. how cute. i want them all in my home. >> we'd certainly love the support. >> perfect, yes. i'll bring them over to you. >> i love his little wait paws there. so cute. >> mischief. speaking of mischief, what have you been up to? >> i'll never tell.
>> come on. >> i'll tell you all about the weather. another gloomy start to the day. we'll have a little bit of sunshine. partly sunny to partly cloudy for your sunday afternoon. take a look at what's brewing right now. we've got the spin over the dakotas and it shifts south and goes down into areas like texas with thunderstorms rolling through there. there are hundreds of reports.
what a deal going on there. for us quiet relatively speaking. afternoon highs for today, 69 in napa. these temperatures are anywhere below the seasonal average. the warmest spot today 70 degrees. saratoga you'll warm to 67. along the peninsula, a cool to mild one. san francisco getting to about 60 degrees, similar to saturday. as we get into the extended forecast, temperatures won't be bulging a whole lot, which means we'll remain below average as we get into monday,
frappuccino. starbucks has apologized and said customer service is a top priority. three months old when he was given the gift of life and the youngest heart transplant recipient is thriving. his parents say they had already lost their first child to the same disease. doctors say he had a chance at surviving, but only if he got a heart transplant. then last february a heart was found. his mother said she shops to one day thank the donor family. >> the people that donated, they have a place in my heart. hopefully in the future she will expect to meet this beautiful baby that made it possible for him to live. >> the doctors say the surgery was especially difficult because the boy was so young and small. his new heart at the time of the surgery was about the size of a plum. scars from the surgery are still quite visible on his tiny
chest, but his doctors say they will fade as the new heart continues to grow. elected to replace andrew jackson in an unofficial online poll. they're trying to get a woman's face on the $20 bill. the group is petitioning the white house to make the change by 2020. the anniversary of the amendment which gave women the right to vote. a long hot fire season was expected and two new aircraft to spot the hotspots miles away. california is already preparing for what is expected to be a dangerous wildfire
season. fire risk is pretty extreme. the fire season traditionally starts in june, but engines are on stand by even through the winter months. an inspiring message for the class of 2015. how she said they can achieve great things. outside our doors this morning, wall to wall clouds. when i expect them to clear, if they're going to clear and your temperatures for today coming up.
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>> congrats to him. here is the women's champion. she was born in kenya, but now lives in the sacramento area. heroining time was 40 minutes and four seconds, and in case you're wondering she is pictured here with the official mascot. >> about 45 minutes ago there's still lots of people wrapping up right now. you are looking live at the finish line of the race. 50,000 people are running and about 100,000 people watching. >> we also have a crew at the bottom of the hill. look at these folks. not many runners there. more walkers at this point. just about 2 miles away from the starting line. i've got to ask you, are things getting a little more lively or
settling down? >>reporter: it seems like it's settling down. people are sort of walking. all the competitive runners are long gone. we're going to turn the camera around, though. there are still people from time to time who are not wearing any running attire. that's typical for this race. it's part of bay to breakers reputation. whether it's a sanctioned rule or not. we've seen people in costumes. i have to say, i haven't seen any costumes that are quite as eye-catching or creative as i've seen in years past. i think my favorite costume a couple years ago was a tsa line and people dress up at security screeners and they were walking and moving along the metal detector with them. i thought you were dorothy. >> will farrell on jimmy
fallon. >>reporter: what do you think about the race so far? >> san francisco fun. >>reporter: more tame than in years past? >> more people walking and not as many costumes. >> a lot more drunks than in the past. not enough naked. >>reporter: we have seen some fun costumes. there's a group of wonder women running all tethered together. we've seen butterflies and butterfly catchers and people not in costume at all. the little debbies we just interviewed a second ago told us there are people not running in any costumes. nude running isn't as common as in years past. i have with me chip wells.
you came here from washington d.c. to support your friends who came to run the race. what did you hear about bay to breakers before coming out here? >> that it was going to be crazy and a lot of fun. >>reporter: has it met your expectations so far? >> it has, yes. a lot of craziness. >>reporter: did you see a favorite costume? >> i've seen several. i took a picture of a dog. the little debbie girls looked pretty good too. >>reporter: there's the dog costume. it looks pretty realistic. it's kind of creepy-looking. that was the only dog costume i've seen so far, but still a party atmosphere. i want to point out there's a lot of port-a-potties here to remind people to use the rest rooms and not the street.
i think people are doing a pretty good job of hiding the school they're carrying with them along the route. alcohol technically not allowed or rolling coolers, but people find a way and we've seen a little of it here. >> just about 9:30 things start to heat up a little bit and folks start to pop out of the woodwork there. do you have a favorite costume? >> i don't have a favorite. maybe the monarch butterfly and the catcher that was with her, but again my favorite one that stands out in my mind was the receiving tsa line. that was my favorite a couple years ago. i haven't seen anything really creative, but it's still early. >> there's still time. >> all those wonder women
tethered together was kind of interesting. they're flying by. >>reporter: especially with the groups of tethered runners, you've really got to trust your teammates. especially coming down the hill, that would be a nasty spill. >> you don't want to drag anyone. time now is 9:34. let's go over now to check on the weather. >> today a lot like yesterday. plan ahead. have the extra layers in case the sun never breaks through. once these low clouds begin to clear out we'll have a mix of clouds continuing in the trough- like pattern. we do have delays at the airport because of the low
clouds. san jose, these numbers a lot like we started yesterday. for the afternoon we're going to end the day a lot like how we were yesterday. perhaps a little bit less sunshine. let me show you what i mean as we get into the noon hour. by yesterday most of us seeing pretty good clearing. for today take a look at this. we'll continue with partly sunny, partly cloudy skies for the entire area from the coast to around the bay and inland cities as well. even temperatures will be similar to yesterday. some will feel a little cooler and with the onshore breeze as well. widespread wide -- 60s. a cool 57 in pacifica.
i'll show you the extended forecast coming up in a little bit. more information is coming out about the u.s. raid that killed a top isis commander. government officials say delta force flew in on blackhawk helicopters during the early saturday morning raid and met resistance from islamic state militants but eventually killed their target and 11 of his guards. they obtained laptops and phones. >> for first time going on the ground killing a high valued leader, they've got to be more wary than they were before. >> the government says he was
targeted as a leader. three parked cars hit, but no one hurt, and a woman who works in the mall said her vehicle was between two vehicles that were struck by bullets. >> luckily we were inside okay. >> investigators say they're looking for a tan 4-door car that may have been involved. a drunk driver who hit and killed a mother and young daughter could be charged as early as tomorrow. friends and family of the victims marched in downtown to demand justice. they were killed outside a
family gathering two weeks ago. police say the 35-year-old was driving drunk when he lost control of the car and crashed into them. >> police say he had been at the festival and that his blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit. >> it's a horrible tragedy that has happened to this family. we wanted to make sure that we're doing everything exactly right so that when we do go into court we're holding him accountable. >> they've raised more than $25,000 for the victim's family. a conference in oakland brought together doctors and young people with the goal of reducing gun violence, the first ever save life young summit. he said he got the idea after seeing too many children come into the emergency room over
the years. >> when you go home you think about how unnecessary this really is. why would a two-year-old be shot? that really messes with your mind. >> there's things you never forget and sights you see as a doctor and surgeon that stay with you your whole life. >> he's already looking forward to having a bigger summit next year. a former congresswoman who survived an attack on her life while in office spent the weekend inspiring the class of 2015. gaby and her husband delivered the commencement address. she was shot in the head during a meeting back in january of 2011. after leaving office the next year she and her husband started a gun control advocacy group. her message yesterday was positive and uplifting. >> the nation is counting on
you. be bold, be brave. >> she told law school graduates that it's okay to fail at something they really want and care about. he said he was knocked down to mars and the journey was certainly worth the effort. car to go rents to anyone 18 and over. parents say it's ideal because they can't be expected to buy their children a new car. the children like the idea because it means they don't have to wait around to borrow the family car. so far that i haven't had to walk more than a mile to pick up a car. life after the white house is what's being thought about. a member of the obama family that might have the biggest say in where they live in the coming years.
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. a look at all the rain this morning. continuing to have gray skies with a slow-clearing day. temperatures below the seasonal average. take a look at this shot given to me by the national weather service. this is a half dome. this is coming this morning. we have the possibility of rain and thunderstorms continuing over the sierra and we have
pictures of areas around lake tahoe where we had beautiful new snow on the ground. yosemite also picked up snow. for us it will be about the cloudy and cool conditions. the rain is going to stay to the north, but it's this pattern that will stick around not only for today, but for the week ahead. little change in the forecast. upper 60s expected at the coastline and low 70s for some of the warmer locations. the winds onshore very light. there was a breeze on and off. you may feel that around fairfield. these numbers from 4-8 degrees below what we typically get this time of year. some like it cool, and this is
your day. not south bay 67, 66 in san jose san francisco will remain in the 50s most of the day and top out at about 60 degrees with partly cloudy skies. check out daily city, half moon bay, mostly cloudy, cool and breezy. the extended forecast there, here's what i'm talking about. not a lot going on, at least when it comes to change in the forecast. upper 60s to near 70 degrees. along the coast, cloudy and cool and breezy with temperatures upper 50s to near
60 degrees. master chef airs wednesday right here. one of the contest is sitting right next to me. you are from san francisco. this competition is not for people who own restaurants or are chefs or bakers, but people who are amateurs. where did the passion come from>> in college living by yourself, the first thing you want is a home cooked meal and being vegetarian there weren't many options for me. i cooked a lot in my dorm and stress baked. >> what are you going to stress bake here? >> it's my favorite thing to do right before exams.
i'll be making white chocolate cookies. i love mixing the spices with traditional american dessert. >> something we can all do at home? >> yes. whole it looks like this. inside them you have these little seeds. >> can i taste them? >> they're going to be a bit spicy. >> okay. >> they smell amazing. just smell them. it's kind of like indian cinnamon. the first thing you're going to do is take unsalted butter because you're going to be adding additional salt, so you don't want extra salt in there. >> you already shot the show. how was chef ramsey? >> he's hard on you, but just like when a dad wants you to do really well, he kind of just
yells at you. you don't really feel bad about it. he just wants you to do really well. >> you got the sense he was guiding you through the process. >> he just wants you to do the best. >> is that sugar? >> yes. the more brown sugar you add, the chewier the cookie will be. >> did you win? >> you've got to watch the season to find out. >> i don't want to give it up. exciting to be down in southern california where you shot it. >> la weather, you can't really complaining. san francisco is great, but the weather in la is so much better. you're going to add a half teaspoon of fresh ground. if you can't grind it at home, that's fine. >> then an egg here. >> one egg. i like to use vanilla bean taste, but if you can't find
it,about a teaspoon of vanilla. >> love it. always the good stuff in the end. add the flour, and the entire thing. >> the whole thing? >> yeah. half 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a quarter teaspoon of salt and then just add this into here now. >> i'm going to take a bite of the cookie while you're finishing because we have to skip the process. i have to get to the best part here. when you shot it, how long does it take to shoot the whole show? >> it's pretty much shot over the winter. usually it takes about three months to film the whole thing.
>> what do you do on the side? >> last year i was a health care consultant. i quit my job and decided, i'm going to bake for a living. hopefully i can get that going this summer and you can buy my cookies. >> it's premiering wednesday the 20th, the 8 p.m. show. the best home cooks in america will travel to los angeles to present their signature dishes there. we're going to watch it all unfold. >> thank you for coming in. >> we'll be right back, and we're diving in for more
all girl musical group. elizabeth banks starred in the film. coming up in number two is mad max. >> just a few days after announcing she's running for senate, sanchez is surrounded by controversy over her description of how she was invited to the meeting with the indian american caucus at the state democratic convention. >>. >> many people in the room found the gesture offensive saying it degraded native americans. she ran away from reporter who questioned her about the incident. >> did you make a gesture that was offensive? >> the only other democrat
running for that senate seat is harris. she said she did not know what to say about sanchez's behavior, but said she did find it shocking. the first family considering life after the white house. president obama's second term ends in january of 2017. he said there's plenty of work to do, but they're planning ahead. the youngest daughter, sasha, will have a big say in where the family lives because she will still be in high school. big sister will be away at college while the presidential library will be built in chicago. kentucky derby winner hopes to be in the record books next month. wasn't even close.
the three-year-old colt now needs to win the belmont next month and will capture the elusive triple crown. >> i thought it was going to be dangerous. they explained if there was lightning in the area they would stop the race, but it could downpour. >> very soggy. >> we'll see what happens in the final leg. not soggy here, though. >> no, just cloudy and cool. monday, tuesday into thursday, upper 60s to low 70s for inland, sixties around the bay, cool, cloudy up the coast. that is our show for this morning. thank you for joining us. stay tuned for chris wallace immediately following mornings on 2 . today he's joined by a national transportation safety board member and senator mark
rubio. they're still making their way through the finish line. we've seen elite runners to those just looking to spend the day in costume. >> 50,000 strong running in today's bay to breakers. lots of excitement out there and we'll remain out there the rest of the sunday. have a great rest of the weekend.
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