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how it finally ended and what mapped when someone realized the incident was being caught on video. they allowed me to [inaudible] with seth curry. to set screens with clay thompson and then i looked like i can play basketball. i'm cool with that. and close to a million came out to celebrate the warriors as the team thanks fans for all their support during the run for a trophy. mornings on 2 starts now.
>> from ktvu. this is mornings on 2. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. >> i'm still pumped from yesterday's warriors parade. it was great. if you missed it we will get to it in just a bit. first what you can expect as you head out today . we have a nice day in store as we finish offspring 2015. temperatures are going to be warmer today. that means it'll be a bit toasty inland a live look here at the sun shining over mount di ablo. notice the high clouds. over head as well. we will continue with high clouds. little bit of fog and low clouds along the coast. giving you a view from storm tracker 2. widespread a little hard to detect the low cloud from the midand high level. along the coastline we have the low clouds and the midand high level continuing to stream across the bay and the inland cities as well. 58 in livermore. 59 in concord.
57 haywood. these numbers are up just a little bit over yesterday. 50 degrees for nevado. 54 san francisco. 52 degrees menlo park and low 50s as you start the morning in palo alto. mostly cloudy. the low clouds will continue along the coastline. the rest of us will be mostly sunny for today and into the afternoon. we have that summer like spread. cool at the coast. mild to warm around the basement 60s and a few low 70s. you go inland and we have 80's. even a few low 90's. going to be a warm day at the fair. i will put some temperatures on the screen. ly do that right now. 94 antioch. 93 livermore. mid70o's oakland. mid-70s san rafael and mid80s for san jose. temperatures will come down as we get in to the second half of the weekend and the first day of summer. i will have a look at that
extended forecast coming up. new another side show leads to scary moments. listen closely. that is the sound of gun shots. the photographer who took this video said he was shot at after people realized he was taking video the event. it happened just before three at the high street off ramp nah oakland. more than a hundred stopped traffic to watch. melissa lifed broke it up it's unclear if anyone involved was arrested. one woman was killed and several were injured after a car crashed into a bus stop in vallejo. witnesses say that the car veered off the boulevard yesterday. side swiping the bus stop just north of redwood. the driver kept going on the sidewalk hitting several people in his path including children. one man who saw it captured the moments after the crash a man sitting at the bus stop was
only grazed but the car hit three women and two children walking along the sidewalk. >> i heard him hit the pole. i looked over and all the sudden i seen everybody flying. the kids flying, the lady go under the car. i'm going --. >> two women were pinned under the car one died instantly. the other was rescued by a tow truck driver the injuries range from serious to critical. >> he realized what he did. he realized it. he heard me when i said the laid lady was dead. >> the driver is a 65-year-old man. the man who shot the video said he appeared to be drunk but police are looking at the possibility of a medical issue. two cousins killed in the berkeley balcony collapse will be remembered today a funeral will be held for ashley
donohoe. there will also be a memorial for olivia burke. they were among six killed while standing on a fifth floor balcony. five of the victims were students from ireland. seven ireland >> seven people who survived will stay in the bay area for a while. they had serious injuries including broken bones and most of the victims needed surgery. they are spread out between hospitals in oakland, walnut creek and castro valley. many of the nation's most powerful are in the bay area for the united states conference of mayors. right now a group is taking a -- a morning walk across the golden gate bridge. they started about a half hour ago from the north side of the bridge into san francisco. also democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton will
speak at the conference. after the mayor's conference she will attend a fundraiser. tickets start at $2,700 a person. another democratic candidate, martin omalley will address the conference tomorrow. at the bottom of the hour we will have highlights the conference yesterday that included remarks president obama and two bay area music stars. in just a few hours hundreds will take part in the making strides against breast cancer walk. alley is live for us in walnut creek where people are getting ready for that race. >> reporter: hi. we are at heather farm park in walnut creek for the making strides against breast cancer walk. it doesn't start until nine this morning but there is a lot of prep work. they have this registration table. there is a table where people can pick up gear and support of the event. again starts at nine and they expecting from five to nine hundred people to show up in walnut creek. monte brown is with the cancer
society. one of the unique things is that you don't have a set registration amount or fundraising minimum this is accessible to a lot of people financially. >> that's right. one of the things that's unique about making strides is that we are frea accessible to the community. one thing i like is that it makes these events far more reflective of the communities in which they happen. they are really accessible and diverse events where families, everybody is welcome to come and get involved for whatever level of donation and fundraising they want. >> reporter: and that's how you operate here. people come and sign up and they give a suggested donation. whatever they can pay to participate. >> absolutely. that's right. >> reporter: and you have raised quite a bit of money doing this and having that suggested donation format. >> that's correct. last year we raised 6 5,000 dollars. >> reporter: where can did it go? >> we have a look good, feel better program that gives beauty and cosmetic tips to
women going through chemo. then we have programs like reach to recovery that connects survivors with women going through breast cancer and things like road to recovery where we give free rides to people, individuals going through treatments. it's really wonderful a program like look good, feel better helps a woman feel a lot more like herself. we give free wigs. i think it's over $200 worth of personal care and make up. all sorts of stuff and it means quite a bit to cancer survivors to feel more like themselves during a trying time. >> reporter: a lot of good work and benefit. >> absolutely. >> reporter: thank you. the california division of the american cancer society. the event starts at nine. registration is still open. they have an informal vibe. you can show up as late as ten and just -- sign up, maybe that suggested donation and walk in this 5k. it's not competitive.
it's just a really relaxed vibe and atmosphere out here we will be out here throughout the morning. there is a lot of interesting skin superioring stories. >> there is still time if you are watching and thinking 7:00. i can get over there. great information. we will check back in with you in a little bit. and it was a dove nation celebration to remember. so many people were out there yesterday. we are told close to one million fans were in oak lapped to sell -- oakland to celebrate the warriorsf. you missed or just want to relieve it ken pritchett recaps the day fans say they won't forget. >> reporter: a parade over two miles. players on double decker buss and hoisting the nba
championship trophy. fans cammed the sidewalk and from above it was an unbelievable sight after an unbelievable season. >> i waited 15 years for this. i have been a fan since i was a little kid. went to my first home game. been a fan ever since. >> reporter: 40 years some fans have waited. rick berry was ono that 75 team. >> this is pretty amazing turn out here. i know the guys knew they had fans. >> reporter: from the parade to a stage. >> oakland, bay area, are you ready! >> reporter: a celebration like no other for oakland. >> our warriors showed us what it means to play with heart and warriors showed what it means to celebrate with class. >> reporter: golden state warriors co owner. >> we did it. we did it. nba champions . >> reporter: says he remembers
getting booed a few short years ago. now cheered by nearly a million people. >> four years, seven months and one day from the first day we had a game at the coliseum we won a championship. >> reporter: and from the players. >> the mvp of the league. the league's most be unguardable player and the baby faced assassin. bring that up here. currie! >> reporter: gratitude for the fans and the city. >> its been a long journey. this year has been so much fun. 67 wins is unbelievable. to be able to cap it off with a championship. that's hard to do. >> what a feeling. i used to live in that building over there. to see the lake like this, it's crazy. it's beautiful . >> reporter: a beautiful sight and one we can hope to see next year. >> we deserve this.
this is amazing. cool thing is we are going to try to do it again in three months. >> let's hope they can. we have a lot more pictures yesterday's celebration. you can find them on the website. ktvu.com and the warrior story is on the home page with unedited video. a swimmer blacks out in a local swimming pool. more on the people who jumped into save him and why a 9-year- old is being called a hero. splitting everything in half. one angry husband is making headlines for what he tried to sell on e-bay and why. and we are watching different weekend events. if you are looking for something to do. beginning at ten, b street will be the sight the city's largest festival. it'll feature live music, food, unique shopping family activities. that street festival continues through tomorrow.
good morning. happy saturday. giving you a live look there over san jose. mix of sun, high clouds streaming over the area. show you where the high clouds are coming. i will have your temperatures for today coming up. >> still swinging to that music. sorry. some home ownoers in brentwood taking advantage of a new city filling station to keep their yardses water. it started out as sewage then it's treated filtered. you can't drink it but it's perfect for plants. residents must show proof they live in brentwood and can only
have 300-gallonsgallons in one load. >> we thought if we could help maintain the life of the plants and turf it would be a good method to do so. >> brentwood generates three and a half million gallons of recycled water every day. other cities also have filling stations and more could follow. uber passengers and drivers can't bring guns along anymore. the company said that it's changing its firearms policy after receiving feedback. previously they adopted local laws on the issue but now anyone who violates it could be banned all together. lift another ride sharing company has a no weapons ban already. and this is a cool story. one of the world's most famous light bulbs is in a livermore fire station and its been burning for 114 years. it's about to ring in one million hours of service. the fire department is hosting a party at fire station 6 to
celebrate. it'll feature vintage firefighting equip comment a barbecue. it'll happen from 11 this morning to three in the afternoon and officials say the light bulb has burned since 1981 when it was first installed unl street. its been moved several times and is currently connected to a separate power source. a man from germany is very angry and he is making headlines after taking revenge against his ex-wife by sawing near leafing they owned in half and selling it on e-bay. the couple is reportedly together for 12 years and when she split the man decided to split their belongings. check out this video he posted on his youtube channel. i think that's a phone. that is -- a big screen tv. the man even sawed -- what is that? that's actually their car he is cutting in half. he posted it on e-bay and he explains why he is selling and
how it relates to his former wife. according to his december descriptions he accusing her of cheating on him with a co worker. they say a woman scorned but that man scorned is --. >> that's bad. >> if you take the first half you put a tire on it you have a smart car. >> silver lining. >> we have great weather. we have a warm upcoming our way for the inland communities a live look here at a very shallow marine layer. that means when it's shallow like this right about 600 feet along the coast will be cool. around the bay will be comfortable. you get well inland and this is not going to last. that cool air and that delta breeze not going to be with us today. the inland cities will be back in to the low 90s into the afternoon. 50 right now santa rosa. san francisco 53. oakland at 56.
good morning, livermore at 358 and san jose at 57. we have been watching these high clouds overhead this morning and here is another viewpoint. we have storm tracker 2. the ridge still right about here. this is going to be pushed aside by a trough that will move closer to the coast over the course of the next 24 hours. today will be the warmer day. we have a bit of a cooling trend in to the first day of summer and father's day. upper 80s expected for sonoma this afternoon. 86 kemp field. by the water it'll be very nice. as we get in to the east bay temperature also range from the upper 60s berkeley, alameda. mid-70s oakland and low 80s castro valley. if you like it warmer than that you know the place to hang out. it'll be 92 in danville. and 93 degrees in pittsburgh. going to be a very warm day at the county fair. take note of that. if you don't like the heat maybe go this evening. it'll feel quite nice about
sunset. sliding upa ronde the peninsula 81 for sunnyvale and 77 this afternoon in san mateo. i think there is a festival going on downtown there. great weather for you. upper 60s expected in san francisco. the bay area weekend always in view showing you today is the warmer day. temperatures start to fall off for tomorrow summer willa ria about 9:38 tomorrow morning. the summer solstice and temperatures will come down for the first day. we have mid80s in the forecast for sunday. we hold onto that for monday and then we bounce back into tuesday and wednesday. fairly quiet, dry, typical summer like pattern. >> all right. sounds good. thank you. san francisco celebrating a milestone. how city hall is being honored 100 years after it opened. and it's time for the pet of the day. meet that precious cat named precious. she is a one year old tabby
a man is facing charges after being accused of trying to help isis. he was one of several people arrested in the united states with suspected ties to the group. he had plans to travel to iraq and syria to join isis. he has been linked with a college student arrested last weekend on suspicious of plotting to build an explosive device. a man fell to his death after a skydiving accident. it happened on friday at skydive san diego which -- was located about 20 miles east of the city. they say the man was jumping a new parachute but something went wrong and he fell to his death. the owner of the company said he was experienced. the san diego county sheriff and the county medical examiner are investigating. a new study says earth is on track for a sixth mass extinction. they said the planet has been losing species at a rate that
hasn't been seen since the dinosaur age. the last five were caused by natural disasters. the latest is being caused by man made changes like poping and global warming. the head of major league baseball is offering comforting words for fans who want the team to stay in the east bay. he is in the area speaking at the neyor's conference and spoke to reporters yesterday about the stadium issue. he said that he remains committed to keeping the a's in oakland at least for the time being. he said economic worry and the raiders stadium issue are two reasons preeing a -- preventing a stadium. he said moving the team is off the lawsuit until the lawsuit is settled at least. and a report on building a major development at the site
is due tomorrow. the proposal would include retail, houseoing and sports complexes for the raiders, a's and/or the warriors. councilmembers say that they received a sneak preview of the report earlier this week. they will have a few months to review the financing details before the next nfl owner's meeting in august. the developer spearheading the project said if they don't move the earliest a new stadium could be built for them would be in the year 2020. more than two dozen children get sick at a local park. what we have learned about the illness. and air force one is getting ready at sfo. details on the president's departure and where he is headed next. and if you want to spend time on the water the summer sale starts at noon. it's at the pacific marina. it includes free sailboat rides.
right now. can't help it. officials estimated that a million people swarmed downtown oakland to cheer on the nba champions, the warriors. what a beautiful day it was out there. yesterday's celebration started a parade. it ended with a rally at lake merit. it was the largest party oakland has seen in years. >> it was. there were so many fans who took public transit. i was there. i was at the lake and it was clear to see it was one of the largest rider ship days in bart ever. bart's count is more than 400,000 riders by 5:30 last night. that's because they anticipated numbers bigger than the giant's world series celebration. all those riders led to delays and very long lines. one person even passed out from the heat and had to beautician way on a stretcher. >> we got in but it was crowded. it was -- they stepped the escalator. it was a lot of people. >> it's a lot of -- i'm
thinking people are going to get bumped and you are going to have to wait and stand still in the heat. >> yeah. one point the streets were so crowded bart said that the city shut down the entrances to bart and that was around the start of the parade. getting home took a while but fans said having the parade and experiencing the celebration was all worth the wait. >> there is a basketball tournament underway in africa that honors one of the most popular warriors player ever. manute bol played three seasons with the warriors and was the tallest player in team history. he passed away at the age of 47 in june of 2010. yesterday on the fifth anniversary of his death a tournament started in his country. his family is organizing the game to spread the message of peace in that war torn nation. the weather -- when the
world was watching oakland couldn't have been more perfect. >> beautiful day for a parade. it was. really had a good time. we are looking at another round of beautiful weather coming our way. giving you a look here at the mix of low clouds, midand high level clouds. isn't that a beautiful shot? overlooking the bay. those low clouds, not getting very far. they are hugging along the coastline. they are just inside the bay. that's about it. the marine layer only about 600 feet deep. these clouds you see are midand high level clouds. the on shore breeze though it's not going away completely. it's very weak. take a look at fairfield. we have ten miles an hour here. it needs to be from 30 to 35 to pump in some of that cool air. we are not going to get the cooldown and temperatures will be just as warm as yesterday. maybe even slightly warmer for some of the inland cities. along the coast we will remain
cloudy, cool. most of us starting out slightly warmer than where we were yesterday by just a few degrees. let's put some numbers on the screen. 59 outside in concord. 57 in haywood. 53sfo. mid50s san francisco, 53 for napa. into the afternoon mild to warm inland. we have cool temperatures at coast. today will be the warmer day. we have a cooling trend for the first day of summer. i have a look at your afternoon highs. the man accused of a mass murder at an african american church in south carolina is scheduled to appear in court in october. dylan roof made his first court appearance yesterday. he showed little emotion during the 13 minute hearing. he hayses nine counts of murder. in the hearing relatives of the victims spoke about the attack and how they are trying to deal with the sudden loss of their loved ones. >> she is not here with us physically but i know she is up and above watching over us and
i know that we as a family are going to get through this. >> court dooms claim roof went to the church wednesday evening wearing a fanny pack to hide the gun. investigators say he shot his victims and then yelled a racial statement over the body to a witness he allowed to survive to convey his message. roof's families have extended their symphonies. an attorney for them said worded can't express their shock, and disbelief. they add they are devastated and saddened and are praying for peace and healing. a father has been charged with abuse after his daughter suffered a gun shot wound riding in a car with him and another man. he said that he used a paint ball gun and shot up people along international boulevard but someone fired a real gun back at him. the car crashed is and everybody ran. somehow the girl was nearly two
mile away with a gun shot wound to the chest a sheriff's deputy later found her and took her to the hospital. she is expected to survive. the father and driver are charged with child abuse for putting her in a dangerous situation. a 9-year-old is being called a hero after saving a teenager who drowned or nearly drowned in a swimming pool. it happened wednesday night at the golf and country club. jake lee noticed another swimmer had been under the water to long. in this video -- we will show you -- there you go -- you can see -- those are two swim coaches jumping into the pool. austin chase, they got him out of the water a counselor rushed over and started cpr. >> it just -- split second decision. i knew what i had to do. >> austin chase started breathing after they started c pr and is now recovering a shallow water blackout. the club held a ceremony for his family to thank everybody.
the 9-year-old got special recognition for his quick thinking too. an investigation is underway at a water park in antioch after 30 children got sick. it happened thursday afternoon at the pruitt family water park. authorities say fire crews were called out to the park after reports of children suffering from breathing problems. of the 34 who were sick 17 had to go to the hospital but were released that same dame the health department looked in to maintenance records and said the pool was compliant with state health codes and though the cause is unknown the park is reopening to visitors today. the president is leaving the bay area for palm springs this morning. air force one is scheduled to depart at 9:40 this morning. the president is scheduled to speak at the united states conference of mayors. he touched on several topics including jobs, health care and climate change. in the wake of the south carolina shootings the
president also addressed the issue of gun control. >> we have to have a conversation about it and fix this. ultimately congress acts when the public insists on action. >> after the mayor's conference he attended two democratic fund-raisers, first he talked technology with a small group of high end donors and then the environment at. some paid $33,000 to meet the president. the opening act for the president at the mayor's conference was topped with carlos santana and mc hammer. the mayor who is the president of the mayor's conference moderated. the preformers spoke on the
relationship between music and politics. the legislature has passed a new state budget that's now with the governor. the spending plan passed in both chamber was a handful of republican votes. it to the always more than $115 billion on monday they approved a budget that was two million dollars more but the governor objected. they were able to trim down the total. he has until the end of the month to sign it the state of california has released it's may's jobs report. shows 54,000 jobs were added in may making one of the best months in the past year at the same time the unemployment rate increased to 6.4%. taking a look at this map. the jobless rates rose by a fraction in the past month. solano has the highest to 5.9%. san mateo and marin have the lowest and the rest are in the three or 4% range. hundreds will raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer. the making strides against breast cancer walk is set to start at nine this morning. ktvu fox 2 is live in walnut
creek where people are getting ready for the walk. >> reporter: good morning. they are expecting from five to 900 people to show up for the making strides against breast cancer walk. it's happening here at heather farm park. you can see the table. people are making their way up to sign up. its open registration so there is still plenty of time to come down and sign up. one of the interesting things about this race and this event -- not really race because -- they want it to be informal a lot of these events there is a fundraising minimum here they want to keep it accessible. monte brown is with the -- the cancer society. what's the reason why you want to keep it open and accessible? >> it's important because we want these events to be as reflective as possible of the
community in which they take place. it being free and accessible -- very terse ty. it's as much or as little as they can. it goes to a great cause. helping fund research. >> reporter: what are some -- of the most inspiring programs and people under going treatment? >> >> here we have programs like look good feel better that gives cosmetic and beauty tips for women going through chemo. we have free wigs, so they feel more like themselves during a critical time in their lives. we have road to recovery and then like -- reach for recovery. they have that sense of community and sort. >> reporter: mentor ship and
support and friendship. >> come on down to heather farm parks. >> reporter: thank you. the california division of the american cancer is society a lot of interesting and inspiring personal stories a lot of people who show up for events like that feel excited about the cause one of those individuals we are expecting him later this morning, rod streeter. he has a whole team out here and a van and -- a lot of supporters used raising money. we will talk to him later on this morning about the cause and why it's so personal for him. we will bring you more later in the show. >> thank you. look forward to hearing from him. thank you. the giants minor league team in san jose have a way to show their support against cancer. the team will wear knees cuss testimony caps in their game tonight against the 66ers. the hats aree equipped with reflective technology and when exposed to a camera phone flash they reveal cancer ribbons showing the fight to end cancer. the giants will also wear and
auction off purple jersey was the proceeds benefits the american cancer society's relay for life. police have recovered an important piece of evidence in a hit and run. in 20 minutes the tip that led officers to a home in the east bay. and bay. and does the police department need more officers more on the proposal being considered and police chief is here in studio to weigh in on the debate. we will hear from him next.
life is but a dream. giving august a live look there at -- rowers in the water in the estuary. it's a beautiful start to the day. we have a warm up for today a cooldown for tomorrow. i will detail that weather pattern for you coming up. >> thank you. in a few weeks san francisco's board of supervisors will discuss a proposal that would increase minimum police staffing levels. under the plan about 500 officers would be added but not everybody thinks it's the best use of city funds. some say the department is should spend it on police body cameras, surveillance cameras and crime prevention programs. for more on this proposal affecting the police department let's head over to claudine. >> i have the police chief here. . thank you for comen. >> sure. >> with very how much money, what's effective. what is your take -- nobody will complain to have more help
on the streets. do you feel like -- the safety of -- citizens is compromised by the lake lack of officers in >> the old thing is you have to do more with less. at some point in time you get less with less. during my time we have been down 300 officers from what the voters voted for and it was charter mandated in 1994. to operate on a 20 some road year old number we have not been at for five-years when we have -- mission days exploding, now we have treasure island, candlestick point will be built out and populations up 13%. if seems you would say look at this proposal. look at other cities, we need more officers, we should have more. you want -- as many -- how many do you -- would you say? this is 500. how many would you say? >> again the 500 -- there is
two -- conversations. the first one is by law in san francisco we need to get to 300 -- get 300 back to get to the charter mandate. that's not at issue. nobody -- disagree was that. >> you will get to that. >> right. we have five academy classes coming. we should hit that number by mid2017. that will be nice. that's all the beat officers, everybody wants. all the bike officers, school resource officers. >> then another 200 that people are saying? >> the extra conversation is do we then continue to go past the 1971 or do we do a review to see if we need to get to the number that's been discussed -- is 2200 officers. and the fact the population is up 13%. >> and your take is? >> we will do the best we can with what we have. we need to get to the 1971 and -- if -- if we stay there, when
the other neighborhoods pop up -- it take away from what we do where we are now to cover those. to have more officers seems to be -- a smart plan. >> so, what do you say to people that like -- you say we -- this is good mondayy that we have. let's use it for technology. e equipping things better. we have us -- he with have a super smart -- the men and women of the police department have been doing just down 300 officers to hold the line on violent crime. property crime is way up. more beat officers. bike officers. again it's -- there is no -- no -- dispute they want them. the body cameras are coming. we are talking about 13% more people that weren't here before and then 13% more. as -- as those people get here they will expect to be -- to get police service and prevention too and they will be
paying in to the tax base. when that base grows, i think people --. will want more police officers. >> thank you so much. we appreciatey take on it and we appreciate you comingn. >> absolutely. >> hundreds of people showed up to help san francisco celebrate the 100th birthday of its historic city hall building. last night city hall became the canvas to showcase the new led lighting system. there was live music on stage and off. there were also food trucks and a carnival. the renovation from 1995 to 1999 restored the building. >> it's a great symbol for the city. it's a strong city for the symbol. how it rebuilt since the earthquake. i see it as the strength of san francisco. the city will be offering free tours on the third sunday of each month starting in july. >> your time now is -- 7:41. we are going to head overo to
-- look at -- that the shot -- at that shot. beautiful. father's day is coming. tomorrow will be a little keyer. today will be just as warm as yesterday. perhaps even a little warmer. giving you a live look there. just a little bit of cloud cover. trying to work its way into the bay. the marine layer is only ability president about 600 feet deep. won't bring us any relief to the inland areas. we have that ridge in place. today will be the warmest day. we peak today. temperatures will condition to cool as we get back to work on monday. we have 58 --a 3 in napa. 56 degrees in -- your
neighborhood redwood. mostly cloudy. even a little bit of fog along the coastline and 50 at half moon bay. shifting inland. lafayette. 62 danville. pittsburgh at 62 and -- antioch 59 for you this morning. are you going to see the a's play this afternoon in mostly sunny skies, upper 60s in the forecast and then warming a few degrees more in to the second half of the afternoon. bring along the sun block and some water when are you sitting in the stands. it could feel from -- five to ten degrees warmer. 89 degrees in nevado. 86 for kemp field. mid to upper 80s for areas like sonoma. 95 for clear lake. to the east bay. we have 75 for oakland in to the second half of the afternoon. 83 castro valley. 92 in danville. 93 for livermore. the south bay locations, warm weather in the forecast. san jose 85.
82 redwood. 77 ran mateo. low 70s san bruno. san francisco in president upper 60s. beautiful weather coming your way. we will stay with the on shore breeze. everyone land cities won't feel it for today. it'll be toasty for the inland communities. as we get into the second half of your weekend. first day of summer arrives at 9:30. then the pattern doesn't switch into monday but we rebound as early as tuesday as warm weather moves back in. >> rest of the week to enjoy father's week i guess if they wanted to go outside. >> all right. new smoking rules have been signed in to law in hawaii.
how old you have to be to light up and the county that has similar restrictions. and we are getting ready for next weekend's pride celebration. today the pride welcome wagon will make a couple of stops and in a couple of minutes we will show you how the wheels making their way into the valley at 24 24th. then later today it'll be on castro street the wagon will give out cook yips and juice and hosting workshops.
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hawaii will soon be the first state in the country to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. hawaii's governor signed it into law yesterday. it's set to stake effect on january first. it's to prevent young people from smoking, buying or police tasered posing electric -- possessing electronic cigarettes. ? a 28-year-old is raising money and awareness for als research by hosting an event in san francisco today. he was diagnosed with als when he was 21. since he has raised more than five million dollars for research. today he is hosting the young faces of als. corn toss challenge. it'll take place from noon to
five at the meadow park. organizers hope to raise $50,000 at today's tournament. and juneteenth celebrations planned. it marks the date when union soldiers brought word to texas that slavey had been ended. today richmond will hold its parade and festival starting at ten this morning that will last until six. a grand slam last night took down the a's while the giants won. giants were losing 1-0 in the third when bus for launched one over the left field wall. there it goes. he hit a grand slam and stole a base in the same game. the giants knocked out the dodgers last night. the a's jumped out to a 7-2
lead against the angels but the halos took the lead with a grant slam from albert. gray start informed the a's and it was the first time they lost a game of his in which they held a four run lead. they also committed four errors and lost to the angels. >> it marched the warriors celebration in oakland. straight ahead the triple shooting that happened near yesterday's rally. and the search if this morning for witnesses. and another side show early this morning. how it finally came to an end and what happened when someone realized it was being caught on camera.
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riley curry steals the show again. highlights the victory parade and rally. o[ this is a live picture from walnut creek at the making strides against breast cancer walk. you can see the raiders are out there as well. the walk starts in just an hour. you get this nice little pan around. there is a volunteer tent. ally is also there.
she will have details on how you can still come out and show your support and more on some personal stories behind today's event. welcome back. >> >> rosemary is already checking out the weather. what is it like? we do have a little bit a cool on shore breeze. the sun is shining and temperatures already warming. i will point you behind me. we will take a look into areas around san francisco. you can see right there in the background. we have that marine layer president -- that's just about 600 to 800 feet deep. we will mostly be cloudy for today. i noticed midand high level clouds overhead. those are streaming over the ridge that will continue to bring us the warmer weather for this afternoon. especially for the inland cities. let's take a look at some of the numbers we are seeing outside. 59 degrees in oakland. 54 for san francisco. low 50s as you start the morning. you go inland in areas like walnut creek where we have the
event. 63 degrees. 64 in concord and 64 for livermore. along the peninsula -- low 60s for mountain view. as we get in to the afternoon we have temperatures in the low to mid60s for the coast. mostly cloudy skies, you go inland. mostly sunny with the midand high level clouds, 81 fremont and 85 for san jose. well inland low 90s expected in areas like concord, livermore and antioch. 93 degrees in and around the area the alameda fair for the afternoon will be a hot one. make sure you bring a lot of water and the sun block. as we get into your first day of summer which is father's day sunday temperatures start to cool. ly have a look at that extended forecast for you coming up. >> a great day. new this morning another side show hours ago in oakland leads to carry -- scary moments.
that's the sound of a gun. the photographer who took this video said he was shot at after people realized he was videoing the event. this happened shortly before three this morning. the this is the high street off ramp in oakland. more than a hundred people stopped traffic to watch. police did eventually arrive and they broke up the scene. two cousins killed in the berkeley balcony collapse will be remembered today a funeral will be held for ashley donohoe. there will be a memorial for olivia burke before she is returned to ireland. they were among six killed on a balcony. five other victims were students from ireland who will be flown home to be buried. seven people who survived that collapse will likely stay in the bay area for a while. irish officials say they suffered serious injuries that included broken bones and most of the victims needed surgery. they are spread out between
hospitals in oakland, walnut creek and castro valley and they are being remembered in dublin. that includes a mass by the arch bishop. police say they have found a black toyota pickup truck involved in a hit and run. it happened thursday around nine in the morning a 26-year- old mad lynn moore was hit. hit. she was rushed to the hospital but died. police say that the driver of the pick up ran a red light and then sped away from the crash. someone recognized the truck from a surveillance photograph and that tip led to a home in haywood. >> detectives currently have the vehicle in their custody. they are processing for evidence in this case. other detectives and traffic investigators are trying to determine and identity who the suspect driver is of that vehicle. now this is the surveillance picture of that truck. police don't think the owner of the truck was behind the wheel.
in about an hour hundreds will be taking part in the making strides against breast cancer walk. ally is live in walnut creek where a plan for the raiders will be participating in honor of his mother. >> reporter: good morning. the event, 5k walk starts at nine but can see a lot of people showing up. the parking lot here at heather farm park is really starting to fill up. behind this row of people is a registration table for the event. next to us here, next to this raiders band is the -- sign up table for team streeter. this is rod street. wide receiver with the raiders. the event is making strides against breast cancer. is benefits the cancer society. this is a very personal cause four you. >> it is. in october my mother died of breast cancer. this is amazing event. for me to be here is very personal. i'm out here trying to raise awareness. i just -- you know hear,
bringing everybody together. try to make an impact. >> reporter: and the way it works people come up and they sign up to be on your team. 25-dollar donation. >> and they get to walk with me. everybody is excited. signed a couple shirts. its been a great vibe. i'm excited and ready to walk. >> reporter: how does it help you to be part of this? . >> yeah. you -- people coming up smile, wanting to sign shirts and they have supporting me. it's amazing and it's very touching. i just appreciate everybody being out here today. >> reporter: and you will walk the whole thing. 5k can. >> i got my work out outfit on. >> you going to take the ball out here? >> i may throw it around. try my dead car impression. >> reporter: what's been your favorite thing about it so far? >> just hearing people's storey. there is a lot of survivors and it's touching they want to come up to me. they heard my story and are sharing their thoughts and prayers with me. just to hear people coming back. it's amazing. they can do a lot of different things on a saturday morning. >> reporter: part of the
healing process for you. >> yes. it's good to be around a lot of strong people . >> reporter: thank you. nice to meet you this morning and thank you for being out here. the event starts at nine. it's5k walk a lot of events have minimum donations, this one is whatever you can afford. they do that to make it as accessible to people as possible. back to you. >> thank you. nice to hear that personal story. thank you. time now is 8:07. these pictures just make me smile. the warriors of course ended their 40 year championship drought with this little confeety shower. cconfeitti shower.
you can hear the chants of mvp. seth curry. looked like he was enjoying it. the procession of buses, floats and cars rolled up broadway and west grant and along the lake. the crowd went wild when yurry hoisted the trophy. along for the ride his 2-year- old. >> we deserve this. this is amazing. the coolest thing is we are going to suit newspaper three more months and try to do it again. . >> these are pictures the rally at the henry jkaiser convention center. the city had expected half a million fans for the celebration. officials again say that number was probably double. oakland police are searching for the gunman who shot three people fought far -- not far from the victory rally.
it happened just after noon on lake shore. one woman was walk away from the rally and heard people arguing. then she heard five or six gun shots one man said he is disappoint that a shooting happened as the city was celebrating the warriors. >> i didn't think that was going to happen after they won. we were all in east oakland. nothing happened. nobody got shot. for someone to get shot by the lake. that's crazy. >> the three victims were taken to the hospital. the injuries aren't life threatening. officers are looking for witnesses to the argument or shooting. many of the identification's most powerful leaders in the bay area this weekend for the conference of mayors and right now a group is taking a memorable walk across the golden gate bridge. they started at 6:30 this morning from the north side of the bridge. hillary clinton will speak at the mayor's conference in less than an hour from now.
she will then intend a brunch. another candidate, martin omalley will address the conference tomorrow. at the bottom of the hour we will have highlights from the conference. more than 30 children get sick at a pool in antioch. coming up, the results of the test and what the park is doing today to make up for it. first u- ber has a no tolerance policy for guns. the reason they no longer allow drivers and passengers to carry guns. if you want to see something cool today head over to the park in oakland. 500 will try to set a world record for the world's longest soul train. they will dance for three hours. we will have live pictures. we will talk to the organizers at 9:30.
midand high level clouds overhead. we have low clouds along the coastline and inside the bay. today will be another mild to warm day. we start a cooll trend as early as tomorrow ly have a look at what you can expect coming up. >> thank you. uber drivers and passengers no longer allowed to bring guns. the ride sharing company said that it's changing its firearms policy after receiving feedback from drivers and riders. previously they adopted local laws but now anyone who violates the rule could be banned all together. lift another ride sharing already has a no weapons ban in place. and one of the world's moist famous light bulbs is in a already more fire station. its been burning for 114 years and is about to ring in one million hours of service. the fire department is hosting a party to celebrate. the event will feature vintage firefighting equipment, music and a barbecue. the festival will take place
from 11 this morning to three in the afternoon. fire officials say the bulb has burned since 1981 when it was first installed on l street. its been moved several times and is currently connected to a separate power source. that's a lot of electricity over the years. some is homeowners are taking advantage of a new filling station to water their yardses. it starts as sewage and is then treated filtered. it's not safe to drink but it's perfect for plants. residents have to show proof they live in brent road and they are limit -- brentwood. >> we thought if we could give back to help maintain the life of plants and turf that it would be a good way to do so. brentwood generates 3 million-gallons of repsyche manied water a day. other cities also have filling stations. more could soon follow. a man from germany is making headlines after taking revenge against his ex-wife by cutting nearly everything they own in half and selling on e-
bay. the couple was reportedly together for 12 years but when they slight -- split the man split their belongings. he posted this video on youtube called for lawyer for laura. why is he so mad? according to his description he says that she cheated on him with a co worker. >> that story is -- something else though. >> feel bad for the guy. >> do you? >> i do. i'm not just saying that. >> i know. but it looks like he got -- some people punch pillows when they are mad. >> some cut things in half. >> some cut their cars in half. we have pleasant weather in the forecast for the bay area.
we are going to continue with the low clouds along the coastline giving you a look into san francisco. and we have that marine layer that's -- been com pressed and it's now -- anywhere between six and 1800 feet. which means that cool air will stay right along the coast. we are getting it a little here in the bay. ouro inland cities, not going it feel to feel that cooldown. the ridge of high pressure still in place. we have the midand high level clouds over it. if you notice outside your door this morning you may have some of those clouds overhead. we will continue to see that. this ridge is going to be pushed along by a trough that's out over the pacific. it's working closer. today will be the warmer day. we start to cooldown as the first day of summer arrives. giving you a look at what you can expect over lake tahoe. mostly sunny. 79 degrees a light breeze. come tomorrow, that system that will be bringing us the cooler
weather also going to kick up the winds and a red flag warning in place for sunday for the lake tahoe area. expect breezy conditions for the second half if are you going in that direction. temperatures outside the door right now 64 degrees in concord. 67 walnut creek. low 60s around livermore. 56sfo. mid50s for you santa rosa and nevado. shifting in to the peninsula with temperatures in the low 60s for wood side. upper 50s in menlo park and palooal to you are sitting at 62. how about 64 for areas around san jose state. 62 for morgan hill as well as gilroy. in to the afternoon the low clouds will stay along the coastline. we are going to be mostly sunny elsewhere and temperatures will be cool, warm, hot, depending where you are at. upper 80s to low 90s for the inland cities. some of the hotter spots very similar to yesterday. perhaps even warmer in some neighborhoods. 85 for vallejo.
87 in napa. 90 expected for santa rose a. closer to the water it's a beautiful 70 degrees. with mostly sunny skies. to the east bay we have temperatures in the low 80s for castro valley. low 90s for walnut creek. 69 forral immediate a. in the south bay a warm day a bit hot in morgan hill. 85 san jose. 87 for saratoga. mid-70s more santa -- for santa cruz. upper 60's san francisco. low to mid60s in areas right around daily city. half moon bay. we will close out spring 2015 on a warm note. temperatures will begin to fall for the first day of summer. how does that happen? as we get into monday not a lot of change going on but we will get another warm up as early as tuesday. >> the 80o's are nice. >> and 70s are perfect. >> 70's are perfect. >> got to love it. >> thank you. some zoo visitor got stuck for more than two hours 35 feet
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this week with suspected ties to the terrorist group. he had plans to travel to iraq or syria to join isis. he has been linked to a college student arrested last weekend on suspicious of plotting to build a bomb in new york. it's the most intense period of terrorist plotting in the united states since 9/11. >> the fbi has been monitoring potential suspect was ties to isis after two gun men led an attack in garland texas last month. a new study says earth is on track for its sixth mass extinction. it said its been losing species at a rate that hasn't been seen since the dinosaurs. they say its being caused by man made changes to the environment like poaching and global warming. the head of major league
baseball is offering comforting words for fan who want the team to stay here in the east bay. the commissioner is in the bay area this weekend speaking at the mayor's conference and he spoke to reporters yesterday about the stadium issue. he said that he remains committed to keeping the a's in oakland. at least for the time being. he said that economic worries and the raiders stadium issue are two reasons preventing a stadium being built for the a's in oakland. he said that moving a team to san jose is off the table. at least until the lawsuit regarding the a's and giants rights is settled. a report on building a major develop memberment at the site is due tomorrow. the proposal would include retail, housing sports complexes for the raiders, a's and warriors. they say that they received a speak preview of the report earlier this week. they will have a few months to review it before the next owner as meeting in august. the developer spearheading the project said if the raiders --
california the earliest a new stadium could be built in oakland would be in the year 2020. happening today, also in oakland, andre ward returns to the ring. he is facing paul smith tonight at oracle. he has not boxed in more than a year. he is returning from a should year injury and a dispute over contract. he has won all 27 of his bouts including 14 by knock out is he from england and has a record of 35 wins and five losses. 17-year-old boy nearly drowned at a pool in palo alto. more on the dramatic rescue. how a symbol of san san francisco celebrate ace milestone. celebrates a milestone. another warm up in store with a cooldown for the first day of summer i will have a look at what you can expect for today and the second part of
good morning. here i am on the rooftop where we are starting out with just a beautiful day. low cloud as long the coastline. i think the cloud wills continue for the afternoon. another warm up on the way for the inland communities. let's check in on the temperatures starting out widespread 50s. now areas inland already seeing a pretty good jump. low 60s are are -- for the afternoon today temperature also remain a cool at the coast with partly to most include cloudy. 77 san mateo. close america to the south bay mid80s. in areas like san jose, low 90s and inland areas for the east
bay. 93 livermore. this will be the warmest day. as we get into the summer. >> sounds good. thank you. time now is 8:30 a 9-year- old is being called a hero after helping to save the life of a teenager who nearly drowned in a swimming pool. it happened wednesday night. he noticed another swimmer had been under the water for to long. two swim coaches jumped into petroleum the 17-year-old out a counselor rushed over to start cpr. >> it's just -- split second decision i knew what i had to do without having to think about it. >> austin chase the young man who -- who was under water did start breathing a few seconds after cpr was started.
he is now recovering what was called a shallow water blackout. you are seeing pictures from -- a ceremony the family held to thank everybody. appear investigation underway at a water park after people got sick. authorities say that fire crews were called out after reports of children suffering breathing problems. out of the 34 that got sick 17 had to go to the hospital but were released the sarmatia. the health department looked in to maintenance records and said the pool was compliant with state health codes. even though the cause of the illness is unknown the park is reopening today and will offer a discounted price. one woman was killed and several were hurt after a carp crashed in to a bus stop. the car veered off the boulevard yesterday, hitting the bus stop. they say the driver then kept
going on the sidewalk hitting several people in his path including children. one man who saw it -- moments after the crash on his cell phone a man was kitting at the bus stop and was only grazed but the nissan hit three people and two children walk agriculture long the sidewalk. >> heard him hit the pole. then i looked over and all the sudden i saw everybody flying. the kids flying. the lady go under the car. >> two women were pinned under the car. one died instantly. the other was rescued by a driver who stopped to help. police say the injuries range from serious to critical. >> he realized what he did. he realized it. he -- he heard me when i said the lady was dead. >> the driver is a 65-year-old man a man month shot the video said it appeared he was drunk but police are looking in to the possibility he had a
medical condition. officers detained him but he was allowed to go home. that man could later be arrested. a woman who was walking in san carlos was hit by a recycling truck. it happened about 11:30 yesterday morning. the incident shut down one southbound lane and all lanes on holy street for about four hours. authorities say the driver is cooperating with investigators. anyone who may have witnessed that accident is asked to call the sheriff. a bay area father has been charged with abuse after his daughter suffered a gun shot wound while riding in the car with him and another man. he said that he was using a paint ball gun to shoot at people on tuesday. someone fired back with a real gun. the car crashed and everybody ran. somehow the girl ended up fearly two mile away with a gun shot wound to the chest a sheriff's deputy found her and took her to the hospital.
she is expected to survive. the father and driver charged with abuse for putting her in the situation. the man accused of a mass murder at a church in south carolina is scheduled to appear in court in october. the 21-year-old dylan roof made his first appearance yesterday by closed circuit video. he showed little emotion. he faces nine counts of murder and one weapons charge. in the hearing relatives of the victims spoke about the attack and how they are trying to deal with the sudden loss of their loved ones. >> she is not here with muss physically but i know that she is up and above watching over us. >> he went to the church wearing a fanny pack to hide the gun. investigators say he shot his victims and then yelled a racial statement over the bodies to a witness who was
allowed to live to convey his message. roof's family has extended their sympathies. words can cannot express their shock. they say they are devastated saddened. the president is leaving the bay area for palm springs. air force one will depart at 9:40 a.m. the president came yesterday to speak at the united states conference of mayors at the union square hilton. he did touch on several topics including jobs, health care and climate change. in the wake of the south carolina shootings he also addressed the issue of gun control. >> we have to have a conversation about it and fix this. ultimately congress acts when the public insists on action. >> after that he attended two fund-raisers. he talked about technology with a small grown of high end
donors and then in sea cliff. some guests say -- paid more than $33,000 to meet him. the opening act for the president was a talk with music stars, carlos santana. the mayor who is also the president of the mayor's conference moderated the event. the preform ears spoke with the relationship between music and politics. mc hammer also urged mayors to bridge the divide between police and the african american community. >> he was busy yesterday. he joined a million people at the victory parade celebration and many fans took public transit. i was out there yesterday and it was clear to see that it was one of the largest single day rider ships ever. the final numbers expected to come out today but bart counted
more than 400,000 riders by 5:30 last night. of course all those riders led to long delays and long lines. one person even passed out from the heat. >> we got in but it was crowded. it was -- they stopped the escalator. it was a lot of people. >> people -- so you know -- people are going to get bumped and you are going to have to wait and -- stand still in the heat. yeah one point the street was so crowded bart said that the city shut down the entrances to the bart and that was rights around the time of the start of the parade. getting home took a while. it was -- worth seeing the parade to have that wait. hundreds showed up to help satisfy celebrate the 100th birthday of its historic city hall building. last night it was the canvas to showcase the new led lighting system. there was a live music performance on stage and off.
there was also food trucks, and a carnival. city hall did suffer heavy damage during the 1989 earthquake but there was renovation from 95 to 99 that restored the building. >> it's a strong sill bomb for for -- symbol for the city. the city is going to offer tours on the first sunday of each month starting in july through december. this morning hundreds of people will raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer. >> the making strides against breast cancer walk is set to start in about 30 minutes. that's where we have ally. she is? walnut creek showing us how people are getting ready for this walk. >> reporter: heather farm park -- the making strides against breast cancer 5k starts about a half hour from now and there is -- between five to nine hundred people that are expected to show up for this walk. there are a lot of interesting and inspiring personal stories
a lot of people feel strong about the cause including meloney mccloud. give us some idea of what you went through. you are a survivor. >> in 2011 i was diagnosed with breast cancer at 8:36. i was on the younger sometime i found out later that it was because of the bracka one mutation. that explained why i had it so young. >> you were a mom. >> yeah. >> reporter: you wanted to be a mom again. >> yeah. we weren't done having children. that was the shocker. chemo could destroy your your fertility so you try to retrieve eggs before and after chemo. have you to wait a -- have you to wait a couple years. >> reporter: you not only beat it but now you have a beautiful baby boy. >> he is nine months old.
he was the only embroyo that worked out of the ones we got. he was the one they went through cancer and chemow. heo with. >> reporter: he is a tough guy. >> he is. >> reporter: it was meant to be. >> reporter: how does it feel to be at an event like this? you have a whole team. >> [cheering]. >> reporter: is there a lot of friendship, a lot of support? >> yes. tons of support. they have been there since 2011 helping me with raising my child. providing meals. being here today. supporting me at this wonderful event. it's -- it's you need to have your support structure. family, friends, it's a big road to go through and lasts several years. we are here and this is a wonderful event to be part of. >> reporter: thank you. and -- the event starts at nine. you can see a lot of positive vibes out here. pretty relaxed environment and the registration is open so you can come as late as ten.
it's a suggested donation format. no official registration fee and they hope everybody has a good time. live in walnut creek. ktvu fox 2news. the giants minor league team in san jose has a way to show their support against cancer. wear these purple custom caps tonight. the hats aree equipped reflective technology and when exposed to a camera phone flash they reveal cancer ribbons showing the fight to end cancer the giants will also wear and auction purposing jersey was the pro-- purple jerseys. an early morning side show in oakland ends with gun shots. what happened when police showed up. and summer officially starts tomorrow. so where you are going to go to head for your vacation? we talk to an editor from travel zoo with warm weather deals you want to snatch up right now. that sounds good. outside going to be another
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saturdaying a picture perfect view of san jose. isn't that just beautiful? we have midand high level clouds sweeping overhead for today. that is going to continue. low clouds will continue along the coastline. we have summer like spread, cool at the coast. mild around the bay and another warm one for the inland cities. temperatures will fall as we get in to the second part of the weekend. here is why. the ridge of high pressure still in control for today. we have an on shore breeze but it's lying. it won't bring us any cooling. temperatures in the low 90s for the afternoon. for you we have those high clouds that you can see streaming in. on the back side of this ridge we have a trough. it'll work closer to the coast over the next 24 hours. as it does it'll push that ridge out and temperatures will start to cool for the first day
of summer. this morning little bit of patchy fog along the coastline. the midand high level clouds, temperature also peak today. start to cool tomorrow and monday. very similar to sunday. maybe a bit cooler before another rebound a look at the numbers now. walnut creek. low 70s. 64 -- in oakland. 54 san francisco and the north bay starts to warm. 60 for nevado. in to the east bay with 64 degrees for antioch. 67 lafayette. in to the afternoon a warm up expected. santa rosa 90 for you. 87napa. one of the warmest spots around clear lake. 95, closer to the water and it's a beautiful day. mostly sunny and 70 for you. 74 richmond. mid-70s for the afternoon and oakland. farther inland a hot day with
low to mid-90s. livermore, concord, antioch, getting in to the south bay. 93 morgan hill. 85 san jose and low 80s expected for sunnyvale. 82 redwood. 68 for san francisco. low 60s to mid60s pacifica, half moon bay with partly to most include cloudy. temperatures coming down as early as tomorrow. your father's day plans you can enjoy mid80s. low 70s around the bay. low 60's at the coast. temperatures will hold steady back to work on monday and then another warm up as early as tuesday. tomorrow does mark the first day of summer what a better way to celebrate than going on vacation. joins us this morning a couple of can't miss deals and answers to some of your travel questions is senior editor -- hi. good to have you here. it's hot outside. hot deals in vegas. >> yeah. it's always a good deal and sum iser in vegas. last year we saw a lot of new
hotels light up. the sls. much morin convenient torry. convention showed down in the summer so we are seeing rates for four star hotels for under $30 a night in some cases. >> that's crazy. >> and they launched their big summer sale wednesday of this week a couple of examples of the more high profile result ises. planet hollywood. rates starts at $51 a night. if you want to go upscale the -- the deluxe place to stay. you stay two nights breakfast for two is thrown in the morning. again the summer season with conventions not as -- prevalent and with the temperature on the rise. price points on the drop. >> flight still okay? >> you know -- the fact of the matter is ha if you avoid flying out on a friday. some really great deals. >> what if you want to go international? mexico is a good place? >> particularly in the latter part of the summer you will see
great deals in mexico. it's a hot time of the year. i went hypped. -- end. this is considered one of the best resorts in mexico and in the world. five diamond property. rooms feature outdoor showers, a pillowo menu when you check in. they have their signature butler service by the pool. if you want a towel they will bring it to you. you want a water spritz they will do that. rates are usually 700, now it's 945 for three nights. that's a thousand dollars off. >> dream big and that sounds good. we did -- go to our viewers and say what do you want to know from gave gabe. we can put them up on the screen. there is your airfare question. where are you going to get your summer travel deals in the air. >> flights, again for example
we talked about vegas. you can save 50% by flying on tuesday verses monday. monday there is is a lot of business travelers. as far as buying airfare the sales still come out mainly on tuesday morning. you know united for example launched a sale on tuesday, american andal the others will try to compete. between midday tuesday into early wednesday you see a -- a sales and also availability. sunday is now becoming a day when a lot of sales are released. you will see sales coming out through social media pretty much anywhere. >> i always took tuesday night. i always thought it was just --. i thought i read it somewhere. >> true. that's sort of the rule of thumb. on wednesday. into 20% off a lot of these
social media sales are generated by big profile events, some cases because of availability but there are often 224 or 48 hours long. let's long >> let's go to the next question. another quiet away question. what is the best weekend get away? >> you can't go wrong no matter which direction you drive. lake shasta. about four hour drive north of the bay area. it is because of the drought 60% of normal so about 300 miles of shoreline. still about 800 billion-gallons of water. the house boat and water sports -- action this summer is still really good. you can rent a -- one of their -- house boats -- one of their -- cascade -- house boats which sleep up to eight people for $700 for three days. that's 50% off. you can get a ski boat rental as well or a bnb.
the inn at -- $99 a night. through the summer season. breakfast with that as well. i like the idea of being up there in the national forest. you can still get the summer action up there. >> and i like you that can drive. so that you save on the airfare. you get a deal. >> and we are entering the summer season with gas prices a dollar less than a year ago. drivable oposition is still look -- oposition is still looking good. >> we will leave now and go on vacation. >> we are. thank you. one of the world's most famous light bulbs is about to set a new milestone. in 25 minutes how many hours its been in service. and a new california jobs report is out. why it's considered a strong report even as the unemployment rate went up movement and if you want to head outside check out the juneteenth picnic in oakland. it'll include art,
some people visiting a zoo in indianapolis had to be rescued from this ride. you can see it right there on your screen. it got stranded in midair. officials say the rider was stuck for two hours and they were about 30 feet above the ground. emergency crew hass had to bring a lift and get them out. . despite the long wait nobody was ever in disstress and nobody was hurt. hawaii will soon be the first state in the country to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. hawaii's governor signed the measure into law yesterday. it is set to take effect on january first. the goal is to prevent young people from smoking, buying or police tasered posing tradition
-- smoking or possessing possessing cigarettes. a woman opened a transitional house for ex reason convict -- cons in her home. she said it's the christian house ministries. she rents to as many as four men who have complete their sentences for nonviolent crimes. some are angry about it and have -- complained to the city. >> it shocked me to -- hear the rumors of what was happening. >> it's hard when you get released. people aren't for giving. they don't see it as you have done your time. neighbors were especially upset after learning the man hired to manage the house was an unreins sistered sexo -- unregistered exsection offender
-- sex offender. a revised budget is now in the hands of the governor governor. the budget totals more than $115 billion. on monday they approved a budget that was two billion dollars but the governor objected. after some negotiations they were able to trim down the total. the governor has until the edged of the month to sign it. the state of california has released it's may jobs report. it shows more than 54,000 new jobs were added in may and that makes it one of the best months. the state's unemployment rate rose to 6.4%. it rose by a fraction in the past month. solano has the highest it's at 5.9% then smateo and marin. the rest of the numbers are in the three or 4% range. the president is a headliner for the conference in san francisco. the mayors and when we return the other big name that's
scheduled to speak. plus -- >> special treats for the -- you can only get here. we will get to this little girl this is riley. she is properred up on her dad's lap and he is a big time basketball star. she has perhaps become one of the most popular members of her family. the special honor being given to the 2-year-old. even named a land after her a live look where we have high clouds, streaming over us. we will have that for today. temperatures are warming up once again. beginning to rebound. we will check in on the current did conditions and a cooldown in the forecast coming up.
the largest party oakland has seen in years. coming up, we will have reaction from the players as they thank fans for their support at mornings on 2 continues. . welcome back to mornings on 2. we are live in walnut creek this morning where a 5k breast cancer walk is about to get started. ktvu allie rasmus is walking along with everyone else. she will join us in just a minute. >> good morning. it is saturday, june 20th. i am claudia wong. thank you for waking up with us. >> and i am chris christie. let's -- kristi gabel, let's get a check of the weekend weather? >> yes. let's check our options in the bay area with the summer-like weather pattern. a live look in san jose has mid and high level clouds overhead. a beautiful view for you there. as we get into the afternoon
the clouds may clear up a little bit but not go away completely. the on shore breeze is still with us along the coast and just inside the bay. i am feeling it this morning. take a look at fairfield. 9 miles per hour. that is not enough to offset the heat that are here once again this afternoon. 4 degrees warmer in fairfield than where we were 24 hours ago. 5 degrees in liver mother higher -- liver here, higher -- livermore, and yes, 5 degrees higher than yesterday. other areas will in low 90s like antioch anden brentwood. 93 in livermore this afternoon. low 90s in the forecast for the alameda county fair.
be aware. have a lot of water for the little ones initiate. 75 for oakland. 68 in san francisco. low -- little ones. temperatures will be peaking today for the first day of summer and father's day. a cooling trend will be upon us soon. we will look at that coming up in a bit. back to you. hundreds of people are taking part in the making strides for breast cancer walk. ktvu allie rasmus is live there. you have been stretching all morning and you are ready to go! how is everyone doing? >> reporter: yes. i am ready to walk with everyone out here. they are expecting between 500 and 900 people. they are just getting ready to start. the 5k will be starting soon. they have had a few speakers coming up and telling their personal stories. the stories are very inspiring. one woman was 36 years old when she was diagnosed with breast
cancer. she went through fertility and chemo at the same time. not only did she beat breast cancer but she has a healthy 9- month-old boy. you can see a loft of people wearing pin -- a lot of people wearing pink here as you look around. the walk benefits the american cancer society and some of the programs here in cost county. a lot of the i went -- contra costa county. a lot of people have come at the last minute. some have signed up last minute at 9:00 this morning. they want people to have access to this event and take part. row is a, you are out here -- over south america, you are out ear and -- rosa, you are out here for a long time. what are you doing here? >> i am here from my cancer
support group, supporting those that could not come and our grand daughters. >> reporter: what is the atmosphere here? it is informal, not competitive. what is the vibe here? >> well, the sign is exciting, fun and just great. >> it. >> the vibe is exciting, fun and just great. >> we are still standing. it is exciting to know we are here, healthy and happy. >> reporter: well, congratulations, rosa. people are doing a little warm up out here.
like i said, registration is open now until 10:00. so show up, and enjoy. hours ago in oakland scary moments. listen closely. [gunshot sounds] >> that is the sound of gunshots. the photographer that took the video said he was shot at after people realized he was taking video of the event before 3:00 this morning at the high speed offramp in oakland. more than 100 people were gathered there and traffic was stopped as people stopped to watch the side show. police arrived at the scene and broke up the event. the crowds were disbursed. it is not clear if anyone was arrested. a 40-foot vessel was submerged in oyster cove manner. the person that reported the incident said they saw diesel
near the vessel. the cost guard says there are no environmental sensitive areas that could be affected by the oil. they are looking to find the owner. a toyota pickup truck, black, was involved in a deadly hit-and-run. 26-year-old madelyn moore was hit as she crossed the street. she was rushed to the hospital but died from her injuries. the driver sped away from the crash. someone recognized the truck from a surveillance photo released by police and the tip led to a home in hayward. >> detectives have the vehicle in their custody. they are processing it for evidence in the case and other traffic investigators are trying to determine an identify who the suspect driver is of the vehicle. >> the surveillance photos from that truck show it is the an leandro police department releasing the photo. they don't think the owner of
the truck was behind the wheel. if you have information, contact them. six people were killed on a 5th floor balcony when it collapsed on tuesday. five of them from ireland will be flown home to be buried. irish officials say the survivors suffered serious injuries that included brocken bones. most of the victims needed surgery. the victims are being treated in oakland. in dublin, ireland, there will be a mass by the archbishop. oakland police are searching for a gunman who shot three people not far from the
warriors victory rally. it happened on lakeshore avenue near east 18th street. one woman told us she was walking away from the rally and heard people arguing, then a few minutes later heard five or six gunshots. one man is disappointed the shooting happened as the city was celebrating the warriors. >> we were in east oakland here, it is sad that happened. >> the three victims were taken to the hospital. the injuries are not life- threatening. officers are now looking for witnesses to the argument of the shooting. the warriors of the championship crowd ended with showers. it is estimated a million people took part in the celebration. [ cheering & applause ] they are chanting mvp for the most valuable player steph curry. the cars rolled up west grand
and lake merritt. the card went child when curry held up the championship trophy. along for the ride was his wife and a shy 2-year-old riley curry. >> it has been a long journey. this year has been so much fun. 67 wins unbelievable and to be able to cap it off with a championship is hard to do and we should be proud. man, what a feeling. i used to live in that building over there so to see everyone like this is crazy. it is beautiful! >> the oakland mayor presented words and a key to the city to curry forged at the crucible, the oakland based industrial arts school. >> the biggest hero, our fans. you have been fantastic. you are the greatest fans in
the world. other people say it, but you really are! >> the warriors ruled the court but they also owned the dance floor. i love it when they show how much fun they have together. here they are with the crowd showing off slick moves to cap off the celebration. well the children'sland in oakland put up a sign that read rileyland for the 2-year-old precocious daughter. she made a social media sensation after she stole the spotlight during appearances with her dad at press conferences. it is important to note another curry is on its way. steph and his wife are expecting next month. many of the nation's most powerful leaders are in the area. there is a post on social media of kim bracey, mayor of york, pennsylvania, in the photo.
they began the two mile walk at 6:30 this morning in the north side of the brimming to san francisco. hillary clinton is scheduled to speak shortly at the conference and will attend a brunch reception fundraiser. tickets start at $2,700 a person. we will have highlights, including remarks from president obama and two big music stars. at 5:30 this evening there will be a protest at the hilton union hotel where the conference is being held. demonstrators are demanding the city police departments across the nation remove drones from their arsenal and are calling for complete control over the police by the communities which they are supposed to serve. well, air force one is getting ready at sfo this morning. at 9:30, details on the
president's departure from the bay area and tell you where he is headed next. and splitting everything in half, literally. one angry husband is making headlines for what he tried to sell on ebay and why. and we are keeping an eye on weekend events. if you are looking to adopt a pet, the shared hopes office and animal care division will be at the annual adoption event that starts at 11:00 this morning at pups & pures at 422 1st street in venetia.
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look out at the park this morning where a dance is coming together. i think they are trying to break the dance world record for largest soul train line! it is going to be absolutely fabulous. we are out there hoping to get a glimpse of it in a bit. i will have a look at what you can expect weatherwide, as well. well, drivers and passengers are no longer allowed to bring guns along for the ride. the san francisco-based ride sharing policy is changing a firearm policy after receiving feedback from drivers and riders. previously uber adopted law on the issue but anyone that violates the new rule could be balanced from upper last. lyft and other ride sharing companies already have a no- weapons ban in place. well, the livermore fire station has had a light burning for 114 years and it is about to ring in 1 million hours of service. the livermore pleasant fire department is hosting a party
at fire station 6 to celebrate. it will feature vintage firefighting equipment, mobile music and a barbecue that will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. the officials say the lightbulb has burned since 1901 when it was first installed in the firehouse on l street. it is currently connected to a separate power source for electricity. amazing! well, a man from germany -- this is quite a story, taking headlines -- he is taking revenge after sawing everything he and his wife used to own in half and selling it on ebay. the couple was together for 12- 1/2 years. when they decided to split he decided to split the belongings, as well. here is half the phone. there is the big screen tv. wait for it. he is taking it up a notch -- there is their car!
he explained why he is selling the product, how it relates to his former wife and why is he so mad? we can only investigate what he is writing on his descriptions. it appears he believes she cheated on him with a co- worker. >> god, love the picture of the car. >> look at it. he is like i am going to go right here. maybe therapeutic? not much to split now? >> he was obviously angry. >> very angry. yes! so, how is the weather? [ laughing ] >> nothing too bad about the weather. the can't can complain about the weather, depending on how you like it. giving you a live look here from san francisco across the bay. there is the bay bridge there. a mix of clouds this morning. low clouds hugging the coastline. the marine layer is about 600 to 800 feet deep. the ridge of high pressure has managed to suppress it. if you look to the back you can see it right there. up above we have high level
clouds and a ridge in place today that will bring us warmer weather once again. we have mid and high level clouds spilling right over it. those clouds will be with us today, as well. santa rosa 60 degrees. san francisco checking in in the low 50s. 60s in oakland. livermore 70. a rapid warm up under way. the ridge will be with us another day before it gets pushed aside by a trough on the backside of the pacific. temperatures will peak today and we will begin a cooling trend tomorrow which ironically is the first kay of summer and father's day -- first day of summer and father's day. let's not forget about that. if you are going to tahoe for the weekend, mostly sunny and warm today, 79 for the afternoon. for father's day, sunday, the system that will bring us the cooler weather will pick up the winds over lake tahoe and there is a red flag warning for dry
conditions with temperatures at 75 degrees but expect gusts and breezy conditions for sunday in lake tahoe. the afternoon highs for today in and around the north bay, 89 in sonoma. 86 in san rafael. 70 in sausalito. low to mid 90s inland. to the south bay 87 in saratoga. 82 in santa clara. 82 in redwood city. 68 in san francisco and low to mid 60s with mostly cloudy skies at the coast. the seven-day forecast with the weekend always in view, falling off tomorrow, and the next warm up begins on tuesday. >> sounds good. hard to complain. >> yes, rosemary. up next, a made in the bay story taking us into the future. a look at a new video game created by a group right here in the bay area.
. we have a made in the bay video game where the earth flooded and everyone has to live under water. i got a look at the new world when i got to talk to the creators of the new game. . >> reporter: welcome to deluvian. >> it takes us far into the future under water where a trio of civilizations are trying to survive. you can see this. i will head into it and it takes me way down. >> deluvian means what remains after a flood. >> reporter: that is the main brainstorming for this game. this is what happens in the basement of this downtown berkeley building. it is a labor of love and the
latest creation. >> i am leo, the founder of arack instead games. >> reporter: leo started the company three years ago. >> i met jacob after that. that is when everything picked up. >> i do pretty much all the planning on how to execute. >> i am the modeler. >> reporter: and patrick. >> way want to create games that take you to a ditch place you haven't seen before. >> reporter: it is designed to be fun, challenging and visually stunning, not surprising considering all four graduated from the academy of art university in san francisco. they published another game called ballpoint universe, but now it is all about deluvian. to survive, they have to get the word out. that is a may's job glim the
publishing -- may's job. >> i am the publishing secretary and i launch the support. >> as far as this game goes, it will dictate the future of the company. >> the question is how big will biluvian -- diluvian be? we have a link on our home page if you want more information about the company and the game. a report on building a
major development at the a's coliseum is due tomorrow. it would include retailer, housing and sports complexes for the radars, a's and/or warriors. they received a sneak preview of the report earlier this week and the radars will have a few months to review the financing details before the next nfl owner's meeting in august. if the raiders don't move to southern california, the earliest a new stadium could be built in oakland would be the year 2020. >> we should know as early as today whether bart has broken its single day ridership record. many warriors fans jammed the transit system so it is doable. they were headed to the parade to and from yesterday. in a moment, the problems that possibled up with so many
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. oh, if you could only see christina dancing right now. >> no! let's get back to work here. good music! >> i requested cool and the gang. let's do that. thank you for finding it. appreciate it! >> it is good weather for a little soul train out in oakland. >> yes. perfect temperatures. the temperatures are mild, the on shore breeze blowing a little bit. i was out on the rooftop a
little earlier this morning. it feels pretty good out there. temperatures are already beginning to warm the inland communities. widespread 60s already in areas. take a look over the bay. in addition to low clouds this morning, mid and high level clouds you could have seen a moment ago in that view. here is another view from atop. the clouds will continue to stream through, spilling over the ridge of high pressure in place today. the low clouds along the coastline aren't going away. it will be cloudy and cool at the coast, mild around the bay and warm to hot inlandment the on shore breeze is not going to die out completely. take a look at how weak it is. this is a indicator of how hot the afternoon will shape up for the inland communities. we don't have the cool delta breeze today. temperatures will be just as warm, even warmer for some as we get into the afternoon. i mean warmer than yesterday. 70 in livermore. walnut creek checking in at 78.
68 for concord. 60 in napa. low 50s at half moon bay. low 50s in san francisco. santa cruz will get a warm up, mid 70s with mostly sunny skies along the southern edge. along the stretch from the north bay and san mateo coastline, cool. inland 80s and low 90s. when i come back i will put numbers on your screen with a cooldown to talk about for the first day of summer. back to you. >> sounds good.
hundreds of people are raising awareness for the fight against breast cancer this morning. >> they are making strides against breast cancer walk started about 30 minutes ago. we have ktvu allie rasmus there live in walnut creek where she has been talking to participants all morning. hi, alley! >> reporter: hi! we are in the middle of the 5k walk the. they are expecting between 500 and 900 people here. everyone is in a great mood. how are you doing? where are you from? what is your name? >> i am jimmy. i am from pittsburg. >> reporter: what brought you out here? >> my cousin. she is a breast cancer survivor. i am walking for her. >> reporter: what do you think so far? >> it is pretty chili. i was hoping it bo a run but we are walking and that is fine, too. >> reporter: let's go to your cousin and talk to her. you are trailblazerring ahead
of her. are you clearing out the path for her? >> kind of. >> reporter: she is behind over there? >> yes. >> reporter: let's ask some of the other folks here part of the event. how are you guys doing? >> good. >> reporter: what city do you live in? >> pittsburg. >> reporter: pittsburg? are you with the same group? >> we are with shelly's survivors. >> reporter: what is your name? >> richard todd. >> reporter: what brought you out here today? >> my wife works for shelly so we walk for her. >> reporter: there is a lot of people with connections to breast cancer support and research. just about everyone we talk to know someone that has been directly affected by it. do people talk about that sort of thing, share stories? >> yes. we have had some. >> reporter: all right. well, look, they even have some toddler-sized supporters. she is taking the easy route! i need a car like that to get through this 5k walk.
it started at 9:00 but registration is open. it is a pretty informal environment. you can seen up as -- you can sign up as late at 10:00 and walk with these people. it is a good vibe out here. a lot of people are happy to be out here. we have heard a lot of inspirational stories by people affected by this. back to you. >> nice to hear the stories. the giants minor league team in san jose have a colorful way to show support against cancer. they will wear purple custom caps in their game tonight. you can see they are equipped with reflective technology. when they are exposed to a camera off and on flash they reveal a mosaic of cancer ribbons that symbolize the fight to end breast cancer. the san jose giants will also wear purple jerseys with proceeds benefiting the american cancer for life.
president obama will be leaving palm spring in a few minutes from now. it will depart sfo, air force one, at 9:40 this morning. president obama game to speak with the u.s. conference of mayors. he touched on several topics including job, health care and climate change. in the way of the south carolina shootings, the president also addressed the issue of gun control. >> we have to have a conversation about it and fix this. and ultimately congress acts when the public insists on action. >> after the mayor's conference the president attended two democratic fundraisers. talked technology with a small group of donors and talked environment then at a fundraiser sea cliff. some guests a paid more than $33,000 to meet the president and house minority leader nancy pelosi. the opening act for the president at the mayor's
conference was carlos santana and m.c. hammer. mayor kevin johnson is also the president of the mayor's conference and moderated the event. the performer spoke on the relationship between music and politics and urged mayors to bridge the divide between police and the african-american community. hours earlier m.c. hammer joined an estimated million people at the warrior's victory celebration. he took public transit to the parade. bart was packed. check out those pictures. i know christina was there. that may have been bart's largest single day ridershipsor far. we will know when the final numbers come out. they counted up to 400,000 right now. all the riders led to delays and long, long lines. one person even passed out from the heat. >> we got in but it was
crowded. they stopped escalators so we could get in. it was a bunch of people. >> people all over. you know you have to wait and stained fill for a little bit in the -- standstill for a little bit in the heat. >> the city chose to shut down the entrances to lake merritt bart it was so crowded, right around the start of the parade. getting home took time, too, but the fans told us the parade was still worth the wait. a bay area father has been charged with child abuse after his daughter suffered a gunshot wound with while riding in a car with him and another man. julius miller told police he used a paint ball gun and shot at people on international boulevard on tuesday but someone retaliated and fired a real gun at a car at an east oakland intersection. the gunshot and everyone run. the girl ended up nearly two miles away with gunshot wounds to her chest. deputies found her and took her to children's hospital.
she is expected to survive. the father and driver are charged with child abuse for putting the girl in a dangerous situation. a woman walking in san carlos was hit and killed by a recycling truck. it happened at 11:30 yesterday morning at holly street at el camino rial. all lanes on holly street were shut down there to laurel street for four hours. the drivers of the truck is cooperating with investigators the police say. anyone who has information about the incident call the san mateo office. an african-american church shooter in south carolina is scheduled to appear again in court in october. dylann roof showed little emotion yesterday during the first 13 minute hearing. he is facing nine counts of murder and one weapon's charge. in the hearing relatives of the victim spoke about the attack and how they are trying to deal with the sudden loss of their
loved ones. >> she is not here with us physically, but i know she is up and above watching over us. i know that we as a family, we will get through this. >> court documents claim roof went to the church wednesday night wearing a fannie pack to hide a 45 caliber gun. investigators say he shot his victim, then yelled a racially inflammatory statement over the bodies to a witness who was allowed to survive so that person could convey roof's message. the family extended their sympathies to the families of the victims. an attorney representing roof's relatives said words cannot express their shock, grief and disbelief to what happened that night. they added they are devastated, saddened and praying for peace and healing. a boy is being hailed a hero after saving the life of a teenager that nearly drowned at the palo alto swimming pool. it happened at the palo alto
golf and country club. he noticed a swimmer had been under the water too long. there is video where you can see the two swim coaches jump in and pull the boy, austin, out of the water. a camp counselor rushed over and began cpr. >> it was a split second decision. i knew what i had to do without thinking about it twice. >> austin chase began breathing a few seconds after cpr. he is recovering from what was called a shallow water blackout. the club held a brief ceremony to thank everyone for their actions and 9-year-old jake lee got special recognition for his quick thinking, too. an investigation is under way at a water park in antioch after more than 30 children got sick at a pool. it happened on thursday afternoon at antioch's family water park on lone tree way. authorities say fire crews were called out to the park after reports of children suffering from respiratory distress. out of the 34 children that got sick, 17 of them went to the hospital but were released the
. welcome back. well, here are more images of the warriors victory parade last night. there was live music there, and all kinds of festivities. >> this is a great symbol for the city. >> if you want to check it all out yourself, san francisco is offering free tours on the first sunday of each month starting in july that will last through december. now we want to get a look at the weather and what we can expect for father's day. >> it will be a nice day. a great weekend forecast for you. we will just as warm as
yesterday. if you don't like the heat, just wait a day. we have a cooling trend that begins tomorrow which happens to be the first day of summer. also, of course, it is father's day. giving you a live look here at the mid and high level clouds over areas of mount diablo. from stormtracker you can see the clouds pouring in over the bay area. the ridge is? place for today. temperatures are cool along the coast, mild around the bay. inland communitys will be nice and warm, even -- communities will be nice and warm, even hot. on the backside a system will push its way closer to the coast and it will sort of push that ridge out of the way and begin the cooling trend that starts again tomorrow. for today the front is along the coastline. the marine layer is compressed to 600 feet. it is right along the coastline and it will remain there today. it will be child to warm. temperatures in the low 90s with our inland cities. the closer you get to the
central valley the hotter it will be. the temperatures will peak today. temperatures come down 5 to 10 trees tomorrow. a notable drop. on monday a little cooling expected but for the most part sunday and monday will be similar. temperatures are beginning to rebound in areas like fairfield, concord, livermore, upper 60s to near 70 degrees. 78 in walnut creek. closer to the water and it is still cool in areas like half- moon day, san francisco 55. around the bay low 60s. hayward, mountain view 65. in the north bay 60 is a popular number. napa and novato 66 right now. a light on shore breeze. 70 degrees at game time. oakland at 75 this afternoon. it will feel warm in the stands for the afternoon game. 89 in sonoma today. 89 for novato for highs. upper 80s for petaluma. cooler and closer to the water
70 for sausalito. upper 60s in alameda. 73 in san leandro. pleasanton, livermore and antioch will see low to mid 90s in the forecast. sunday 85. 181 for sunnyvale. the peninsula today mild to warm. 82 redwood city. 72 san bruno, 68 in downtown san francisco and again, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies and low to mid 60s for the coast. the extended forecast there with the bay area weekend always in view, the cooldown begins tomorrow, holds study on monday and we start the warm up once again on tuesday. >> looks good. >> you are welcome. hundreds of people are in oakland trying to chance their way to a world record. they began dancing about 45 minutes ago and are expected to continue through noon. joining me now is patrice washington, the organizer of the event. can you pell us exactly what record -- tell us exactly what
record you are trying to break and how many people you are expecting today? >> yes. we are trying to break 297. we plan to pull it up at a whopping 500 dances today. we are having a great time out here. we are asking folks to come on out and join the fun. we are in the warm up portion. we are getting ready the kick this record off in just a moment. >> so, anyone can come out to this event and participate, but what inspired you to want to set this world record? >> well, it is a fundraiser for our children. we are raising money to be able to support the kids who attend the affirmry park. and it is also a way we can get out and have fun.
>> okay. any dance moves you recommend to stretch out and warm up there? >> well, you can see everyone and their moves. we are warmed up and ready to go. we want you to join the community line with us and relive your childhood. we are having a ball. >> all right. that is petrice washington. she is the organizer of the event. i love it. looks like they are having a great time! >> i know. certainly looks like a lot of fun out there. we wish them luck. i didn't even know there was a soul train record but we hope they break it. 9:50. a house causing concern for neighbors. >> and we are getting ready for next weekend's pride celebration. the welcome wagon will be making a couple of stops in san francisco and in a couple of minutes it will have its
they were stuck more than two hours dangling 3,500 feet above the ground. a emergency hydraulic lift was brought in to save them. despite the long wait zoo officials said no one was in distress and no one got hurt. a woman is causing controversy for opening a house for ex-convicts. this is what is called the christian house ministries. she rents rooms to as many as four men at a time that complete sentences for non- violent crimes but neighbors are angry about the house being in their neighborhood and complained to the city. >> it shocked me to hear the rumors of what was happening. >> it is hard when you get released. people are not activing. they don't see it -- are not activing. they don't see -- people are not forgiving. they don't see it as you have
done your time hawaii will soon be the first state in the country to raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21. the measure was signed into law yesterday by the governor and it is set to take place january 1st. it will prevent young people from smoking, buying either traditional or electronic cigarettes. huge crowds are expected at the palace this weekend for the cannabis cup convention. it is a two-day event and hundreds of vendors will be there offering a variety of products, and information on cooking with cannabis, the future of marijuana and the business of marijuana. well, for the a's and the giants it was a tale of two
swings last night. there is the buster posey grand slam. he sends it over left field. this is when they were losing 1- 0 in the 3rd inning. nice to see that happen. he stole a base and became the first giant's catcher to steal a grand slam and a base in the same game since 1903. the giants knocked off the dodgers last night 9-5. and there was a 272-2 lead here with the angels. they took it -- 7-2 lead here with the angles. the first time in his career that they lost a game of his in which they held at least a four- run lead. the as committed four errors and lost to the angel 12-7. >> i love that. it will be another warm day at odot cove. it isn't that hot but it feels
warm when you are sitting in the stands with a high of 78. temperatures will be as warm today around the bay area as yesterday, and we begin a cooling trend for father's day, which is also the first day of summer. not bad. >> we will take it. thank you, rosemary. thank you for joining us this saturday morning. a programming note. we have the u.s. open golf from 11:00 this morning to 7:00 tonight. >> the next news will be the 10:00 news. you will hear from presidential hopeful hillary clinton. there you see her speaking. these are live pictures as she is addressing the conference of u.s. mayors in the city and we will leave you with a shot from oakland. there we are! all those folks attempting to set a world record for the biggest soul train! have a great day, everyone.
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