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est test we have a very new life update from the san francisco tent city. details for you coming up. >> reporter: a high school teacher is facing some series charges having sex with a student. we are live in san jose. we'll tell you what police found out once they started digging. this is ktvu mornings on two. good morning. we're talking about your
weather and traffic. rosemary is in for steve. >> reporter: partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. the sun is up and shining, we will continue to see temperatures turn around at this point. mid 40s to mid 50s is where we started the morning. san francisco 53. low 50s in oakland. livermore 43. san jose 51. partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy. note the system bringing rain to the northwest corner of california. we eventually will get a slight chance that's going to fizzle out as it moves a little closer to the bay area. i'll show you the futurecast models coming up in the next
hit. areas around santa rosa big drop off. 10-degrees dropping for you. the temperatures will begin to cool back as we get into 6:00 or so. partly to mostly cloudy skies. the evening hours, i'll detail what you can expect for the rest of your day into the weekend coming up in a little bit. good morning sal. >> reporter: good morning. we are looking a at commute that is busy including the bay bridge. everyone always wants to know about this commute. about a 20 minute delay. not especially bad. we had a couple of minor things happen here, but this isn't the way it would be any way at this time 7:02 in the morning. interstate 880 it has not slowed down to oakland t. eastbound bay commute especially 680 coming out of
pleasantton is terrible because of an earlier accident so is highway 84. the morning through liver more is better. i think it would be better than using 680. new this morning today is the day a homeless camp was set to be cleared out and police are at the scene right now. let go to christian captain. >> reporter: you may have seen that san francisco police lieutenant here just a couple of minutes here. he has now left. he was giving an update. this is a group of homeless advocacy groups that have all come together to try to combat this move on order that is set to go into effect today. the lieutenant told them they are conducting a normal friday normal cleaning, so that is not
the enforcement of that move on order, which is were concerned about. a lot of these advocacy groups spent tonight last night, a lot of them waiting for public groups to clear the area. more showed up this morning. the city issuing the 72 hour notice to homeless on tuesday in the south of the market area. a virtual tent city sprang up. a lot of them ended up here under the freeway in san francisco. we talked to one man who says there's a lot of confusion about what time they're supposed to move, they heard 5:00 a.m., 7:30 a.m. 5:00 tonight. the homeless say that is adding to the stress of the situation. >> we are still hearing a lot of different things.
we were told police were coming at 7:30 tonight. the notice is officially over at 5:00. and heard from public health officials that they're going to be 5:00, so we will see what happens. >> reporter: as we said we have seen dpw, san francisco police out here this morning. so far they have not enforced that move on order. again, the update that we have from the san francisco police lieutenant was that this was a normal cleaning they would do on a regular friday. the mayor has advocated that the homeless in this area move to pier 80 to store their belongings. pets are allowed. it has flexible hours. again, that's the city's solution. they are trying to drive more people to go to pier 80. still at this point unclear when that move on order is going to be enforced.
again we are hearing everything from 7:30 this morning possibly 7:00 tonight. we are also hearing they might not even pursue that move on order today, so this is a very fluid situation. and advocates are saying that's only adding to the stress. >> reporter: it doesn't feel like there's a lot of possibilities. a lot of the homeless look ready to move on. they have packed up their belongings, they have a cart. loaded their belongings on that. some of the tents over here, you will be able to see some of these still up, but a will the of them around they can pack it up or put it onto a cart or something hike that to kind of move it around and so what you are seeing here is a fraction
of what was out here before because again a lot of them have already been packed up. so it doesn't seem like it's lead to go a real tense situation. but they were definitely eager to talk to the lieutenant when he came out here this morning. thank you. our time now 7:07 san jose police arrested a high school teacher accused of having sex with a student. you're in san jose to tell us more about this suspect and the charter school where he teaches. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dave. we are waiting to hear back from school officials who apparently knew about this allegation and conducted it own investigation, but police found out from a parent, not the school. here is a picture of the teacher we are talking about. he is 29 year old zachary drew. he was arrested for several counts of having sex with a
minor and lewd and lascivious acts with a minor. police were contacted by a parent who learned that a 17 year old student had a sexual relationship with a teacher sometime in 2015 and they found out that the school had already conducted it own internal investigation and police obtained an arrest warrant. we are working to find out why the police weren't called. it's on the same campus of oak grove high school. it's still won't open for a couple of hours, but we hope to get you information from the school officials. thank you. time is 7:08. authority have just identified a gunman who went on a shooting
rampage in kansas as 38 year old cedric ford. he had been served with an order of protection 30 minutes before he we want on the attack. sheriff's would not provide details on who asked for the protection order. he shot 50 teen people inside before he was shot and killed by a police officer. excel industries makes lawn mower part. one of ford's co-workers said he never saw any sign of trouble. >> he was a nice guy when i worked with him on second shift we hung out and everything was hunky dory. >> he had criminal record in florida, including burglary, grand theft and fleeing an officer. there are self cases of an
immigrant in san jose county killing a young mother. he is due in court this afternoon for an arraignment. he is accused of killing his girlfriend. he is also now wanted by the feds. they told the county to notify the federal government if he is released to agents could possibly deport him. victims of a deadly fire, calling on the city to save a building. the fire on mission and 22nd street killed one person and forced 60 people out of their homes. recently inspectors ordered the building to be torn down because of safety concerns, but former tenants want to use imminent domain to take over the building and turn it into affordable housing. people displaced by a fire can go back to their homes at the
previous rent but if the building is demolished the protection no longer applies. picketts outside of sfo and other airports around the country this morning. >> are we on strike? >> members voted over wellingly last weekend to reject a contract offer after three years of talks. about a third of united mechanics work at sfo. the time is now 7:11 aallegiant airlines are apologizing to parents who were forced off of a plane coming home on a plane from phoenix. the boy's father is dying from throat cancer. y van any started of the and
--y va any start giovani -- it was the way she delivered the message, and we are former foster parents. i have raised 14 children. i have dealt with a lot of attitudes and i know when i'm getting one. >> it made me sad when my dad is dying of cancer and that was really not nice. >> some people say the family says passengers applauded as they were getting off the plane. allegiant airlines has offered the family 50-dollar vouchers. south southwestern has offered them a vacation to disney land which was on the father's bucket list. >> you don't get along with anybody. you don't have one senator backing you not one. >> and a look at the gop
republican debate. and a woman sexually assaulted, up next the sketch that police want you to see. >> reporter: good morning we are looking at commute that is just okay. on the east shore. i'll give you a drive time on the bay view bridge and tul spots. >> reporter: a slight chance of scattered showers for some. we'll have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up.
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medium build. police believe he is either latino or middle eastern. he sexually assaulted a woman in her home. a week later police think the same man broke into the astonsia apartments down the street and tried to attack another woman but she was able to scare him away. >> this is a prior to case for us to get this person off the streets. >> it's shouldn't be happening in a community like this. it is a fairly nice community and you don't expect that sort of thing to happen every day. >> a man who lives there says there was also an attempted assault in the fitness center last month. there will be a meeting held at the bella vista apartments. police say a girl posted a threat on social media that forced schools to close in willow thursday.
we told you about this on mornings on two. the school district canceled classes as are precaution. the post said that a male student would shoot up the willow's high school campus. police say now the threat was not credible. thousands of child safety seats are being recalled because of a possible risk of injury. the recall and it's a volunteer one, covers more than 56,000 transitions three in one combination booster seats made by evenflo. from january 2013, to this year. the child might be able to reach a button that loosens the seat's harness. so far no injuries linked to this recall have been reported. we'll run back over to south cass kana id.
on-- cascanade. >> reporter: i would say 26 minute on the east shore. i'll take that, it not perfect, but not too bad as you drive down to the bay bridge toll plaza. again it's not completely light, but you can see it's a little better than normal. what's worse than normal is this part of the east bay, 680 down the east dublin, 880 down to free month. it's kind of looks like any other day, ' -- fremont. >> reporter: you mentioned worse than normal, sal, in the traffic department. worse than normal when it comes to rain in the weather department. a live look over the oakland
estuary. temperatures this morning very similar to yesterday but by the afternoon we'll be several degrees cooler than where we were yesterday. as we get through end of february we are going to end the month on a mainly dry note. we have a few scattered showers perhaps for the north bay today. outside of that back on the 17th, 18th, 19th, didn't accumulate to a whole lot. before that it was the first week of february before we had some rain, so perhaps an inch, even less than that and we normally get four and a half, so definitely not a good one and very disappointing. march looks pretty good but still too far out to hang our hat on that. we are tracking this system. it's a weak one, the farther south as it gets into the bay area the less likely we will get much. central and south bay not a whole lot. maybe traces. it's going to happen during the evening hours. saturday a dry day.
2:00 in the afternoon the rain is still well to the north of us. sunset right about 6:00, things start to change. few scattered showers. then the evening hours if you are going to be out we may have a few sprinkles fall it is going to favor north of i-80. here to 10:00 and notice how we are dry. saturday, dry. sunday, another shot but this looks even weaker, there's that rain line and as it shifts down into the central bay we are looking at mainly dry conditions. if you are going to tahoe for the weekend there will be rain tonight. not going to impact the passes as far as snow, i guess that is some good news. breezy partly sunny skies, saturday and sunday. temperatures mid 40s to mid 50s, for the afternoon temperatures in the 60s.
49 right now in antioch. low 60s for san francisco, upper 60s for oakland. the extended forecast temperatures aren't going to change a whole lot as we get into your bay area weekend. a few sprinkles, maybe a chance on sunday, outside of that, dry for the next couple of days. >> i just want gasia to jog her miles for the next couple of days. >> you know, it's been warm all week, so a slight cooldown is okay. >> again, it's a slow jog. gasoline prices may jump as much as 30 cents this weekend. i'm not kidding. the reason for this sudden spike. take a look at what had drivers stopping and pulling out their phones. a chase involving yes, a unicorn.
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just days away from hollywood's biggest night. the crews are working hard the make sure everything is ready. the giant statue is outside. the red carpet is ready to be rolled out. they promise they are going to address the controversial issue of diversity. the show that is getting it all for a lot of attention involving this white pony dressed up at a unicorn. police say it was performing at a birthday party and escaped and caught a lot of drivers by surprise. it was eventually caught and then broke loose again. it was finally taken into custody. luckily not the pony or any
bystanders were hurt. >> a fiery debate last night. >> five times. >> let me tell you it was a meltdown. >> the debate before super tuesday. the bear nourishingal debate that happened between the presidential hopefuls. >> reporter: and we're leave on the uc of berkeley. more on this investigation coming up. >> reporter: we are looking at a commute busy. 237 some stop and go traffic heading west into the valley. >> reporter: temperatures are going to be cooling down. i'll have a look at what you can expect this final business day of the week. a peak into your weekend coming up.
outside since january. but sometimes we get the good good storm you sure do appreciate it more. we are waking up with partly to mostly cloudy skies. similar to yesterday mid 40s to mid 50s a little bit of patchy fog but not any reported on our highway, so that's good news. here is a look at the system that is bringing changes into the afternoon and bay area weekend. the rain is going to stay primarily to the north of us northwest corner of california, oregon as well as washington but when it's gets into the bay area it sort of fizzles out. when i come back i'll show you the futurecast model on that. looks like the evening hour favoring the north bay. a few scattered showers not going to amount to much. temperatures falling off several degrees. noon hour 66. sunsets at 6:00 and slipping back into the 60s partly to mostly cloudy skies.
i'll have what you can expect for your bay area weekend no, just bit. sal. >> reporter: good morning to you. we are looking a little bit more crowded than we did the last time we spoke. let's go outside and have a look outside. you can see the traffic is going to be busy as you drive on 80 westbound the bay bridge toll plaza, a little bit of fog has developed near the east shore freeway or mist or whatever it is. let's take a look at the live picture and that would be 880. still not really slow. heading north from leandros. look at all that slow traffic with you until about stephenson in fremont. dumbarton bridge are okay. 7:32 let go back to the desk. the final weekend before
super tuesday. the republican candidate had a last chance to face off. >> this was another heated debate. >> reporter: it was a long debate. it went beyond two hours last night. good morning. there were five people on stage. we kind of shrunk this down to three. these people going back pan forth over the force of -- back and forth over two hours. >> no, no, no, you're wrong, you're wrong. >> reporter: on the attack there may have been five candidates on the stage but increasingly is becoming a three man race. and rubio and chris pummeled trump. >> let me tell you it was a meltdown. i watched -- >> donald, if you want to be liked in washington that's not a good attribute for a president. >> first of all this guy is a
joke artist and this guy is a liar. you have a combination of factors. >> reporter: and trump did have to -- himself again and again. he through an expletive laden response this week. >> how are you going to make them pay for they'rual? >> i will and the wall just got 10 feet taller, believe me. >> reporter: at times it all seemed to spiral out of control with exchanging among the top three edging out ohio governor john kasich and neurosurgeon ben carson. >> can somebody attack me, please? >> whoa, whoa. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: you hear that crowd responding last night. a pretty big crowdened a loud crowd there in texas -- crowd
and a loud crowd. in texas, the biggest state just shy of 600 delegates in play but you need more than 1200 to clinch the nomination however if donald trump does well on super tuesday, he will be well on his way. >> do you think either cruz or rubio moved the needle for themselves at all last night? >> reporter: well, you know we'll have to wait and see. the next poles will essentially be next tuesday. they certainly landed some punches last night. did they dissuade any of donald trump's supporters? that's the question. and that has not been an easy thing to do during the course of the campaign. >> dr. ben carson spoke among the least amount of time. but there was one particularly memorable moment he was asked how he would pick a supreme
court nominee if he was president. >> i would look at what a person's life has been. what have they done in the past. what kind of judgments have they made. what kind of associations have they made, that will tell you a lot more, the fruit salad of their life. >> that got a lot of comments on the social media with the,"fruit salad." he said he was referring to a verse in the bible, "by their fruit you will know them." democrats vote tomorrow in their primaries, right now poles show a hillary clinton has a huge advantage over bernie sanders. it gives hillary clinton a 50- point lead. a warning is going out to students at uc berkeley after four student were apparently drugged at fraternity parties. the police have a plea for all
students, don't they, brian? >> reporter: they sure do. good morning to you. in terms of victims in this case they are asking to do one of two things, one seek medical attention and two come forward if they can so police can launch a criminal investigation. university of california berkeley issued a crime alert. both of the incidents happened on tonight of friday, february 19, the alert also names the fraternities in question, the phi gamma house. these are just allegations -- there was another fraternity. they are required to disclose any possible crimes on campus. we also understand all four women the victims in this case are students. again they are asking the victims to come forward. we have tried reaching out to
uc berkeley this morning but have not received any further comment or information. back to you. thank you. to the south bay where san jose police are investigating a shooting. someone fired a at mini van. a 17 year old was shot and is expected to survive. at this point it's still unclear what sparked the shooting. warning drivers about a spike in catalytic converters. the latest four thefts occurred at the berkeley bart station. they have also been stolen from hondas, in other locations. if you head to the gas pump this weekend you will
probably see higher prices, according to consumer watchdog gas will jump by 30 cents a gallon because of the oil refineries shift their fuel from a winter blend to a summer blend. summer prices are some of the highest in the country. the secondary disaster in just three days in nepal. the small commercial plane had 11 on board. they experienced technical troubles and were trying to land on a farmer's field when they crashed. this incident follows wednesday's disaster which a commercial plane went down 125 miles west of katmandu. the families were in tears upon
hearing the news. they lost communication eight minute into the flight. the weather was clear, the plane was new. even after his death michael jackson's legal problems still continue. a state lawmaker says we should ditch daylight savings time all together. >> reporter: good morning. we are looking at a commute here in the east bay that is not bad. this is northbound 880. when we come back another commute report and a look at your weekend forecast.
hundreds of students marched yesterday who say the study'sette thick program could loose 40 -- ethnic's program could lose 40% of the budget. the president says he has no plans to cut the program and that the curriculum will be protected. >> the issue is that we are all accountable and other parts of the university is stressed. >> i don't have money to be pulling out of my pocket. i need to be getting out of here in four years. >> the college of ethnic studies was the first of it's kind when this was created back in 1969. mark zuckerberg had some pretty strong words for people
who crossed out black lives matter and changed it to all lives matter. facebook encourages employees to write on that particular wall but says he wants even to treat each other with respect. they are hosting a town hall to educate people about the black lives matter. in the fall we spring back for an hour and spring forward in the spring. >> reporter: there's a bill that would keep california year round on the same time. the summer sunsets would be an hour earlier than we are used to. they say the time change is difficult on the body but also dangerous that could lead to
work place accidents maybe even driving problems and it's to take advantage of natural light. californians voted for it. what would have to pass and a statewide vote. other states do stay on standard time. arizona stays on standard time but what's interesting is they have in-ian reserves that is federal land -- indian reserves, so they stay the same. the warriors beat the magic 130-114. currie set another record. it was his 121st consecutive
game with a three-pointer. they close out in oklahoma city. one says his team is good but his team is better. his we believe team would defeat this season's warriors. it included baron davidson and made it to the second round of playoffs but eliminate by the utah jazz. hey, sal, everybody behaving for you? >> reporter: hey, let's go out and take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. apparently steven jackson needs a basketball intervention. it is backed up to about a 15- 20 minute delay. there are no major problems on the bridge and if you are
driving into the city it is going to be okay. no problems on 880 either. i'm a little disappointed i thought it would be a little better but maybe we will see an improvement on oakland. i've drawn a big white line as if to show you to point out that 880 is still not good here as you drive through this area. it is very slow as you drive through fremont, so it's san le and drow from fremont. and a little bit of slowing -- leandro. a system that may bring us a few sprinkles in the evening hours. you can see all the clove
cloud cover over the bay bridge. let's take a look at the satellite view you can see the clouds in and out. this is how we will be for your entire day. partly cloudy at times mostly cloudy skies at times. this is the system brings scattered showers to northern california. most of this is going to stay to the north of us, we'll bring scattered showers and maybe enough to bring in a few sprinkles. so your 5 day daylight hour is going to be dry, as we get into the evening it begins to creep a little closer to sonoma county, 8:00, it's not showing up just yet, but if you have plans for tonight, expect a possibility of maybe a few sprinkles going to favor this area north of the golden gate bridge, but san francisco reporting 1,107th of an inch.
not a lot, unfortunately not going to amount to too much. san francisco 52, upper 40s, low 50s. redwood city down to san jose, 51-degrees. upper 40s to low fis for the inner east bay. -- low 50s. parker cool start for you 47- degrees. 54-degrees in belmont. these temperatures sliding five, even 10-degrees. santa rosa, yesterday 70s, today 60s. 63 in san francisco, 69 morgan hill. san francisco also hit into the low 70s yesterday. so you have a notable change coming your way for the afternoon. the bay area weekend showing you just the clouds going to stick around. temperatures won't be changing a whole lot.
a few sprinkles, but the new system is even weaker than this one. so for people saying is el niño over, might we see the big rain again soon? >> it is a bit eerie, typically we get four, four and a half inches in february and we probably will only get 1 inch. february tends to be one of our weather months, el niño is in place, but we need the atmosphere, the jetstreams to line up so it can tap into that warmer water. >> all right thank you. with the new facebook reactions, just minutes here east bay school actually helped facebook come up with a new concept. also a new dating website with a political twist. how bernie sanders is helping his supporters find love.
we are asking for movie themes because the oscars are coming up. this is for maura -- if there's a special song you want to hear i'll play your request on tvu. once again fell short of water conservation goals last night. the board says the conservation rate for january was just 17% well below the 20% mandated by the governor last june. it is the fourth consecutive month californians have fallen short of the goal. the average person was using 49 and a half gallons a day that's among the lowest, the average person last year used about 47
gallons a day. brian sandoval -- senate republican leaders vow they will block any white house nominations of a new supreme court justice. president obama has nominated a high profile silicon valley judge for the federal appeals court in san francisco. lucy ko is known for presiding over several legal battles among the tech giants including that fight between apple and samsung. she still needs congressional approval. an arizona college student has launched a dating site for bernie sanders. he an a group of friends started the website last week.
the free site connects singles all across the country who supports sanders and his run for the white house. so far there are about 11,000 members. collin kaepernick was expected to stay with the team, and he reportedly wants to be traded. the agents met with the 49ers yesterday and asked for permission to seek a trade. it came a couple of hours after chip kelly talk today kaepernick and said he believed he wanted to stay with the team. he was bened after the 49ers 4- 6 start -- benched. a 9 year old afghan boy received two signed jerseys of his favorite players. messy himself saw the photo
then teamed up with unicef to send the boy the gift. they posted a picture of the jersey and reported the boy saying i love messy and messily loves me. >> that's good stuff. happening now as we speak, the disruptions at the airport and san francisco county, why some mechanics walked off the job this morning. >> reporter: we'll have the very latest on the efforts to move a homeless camp out on the streets. >> reporter: good morning, we are still looking at a nice commute in some areas, but -- others the bay bridge getting a little better approaching oakland. >> reporter: we have a bit of cooler unsettled weather coming into your bay area weekend. well let you know what you can expect for the afternoon coming up.
working it. >> let's check weather and traffic. we give you a live look outside and rosemary things are going to be cooling down a little bit. >> reporter: of course because we know working for the weekend, right? and we have made it to friday. we are going to introduce a possibility of a few sprinkles into your friday evening. it's really going to favor the north bay, but. >> what a beautiful seen? >> reporter: isn't that beautiful? >> it's coming to see you. >> reporter: going to pick me up and take me for a ride. you can see a little bit of fog over the city skyline. we do have changes out there, you don't need me to tell you. it is going to be a little bit cooler this afternoon. holding steady at 56 in oakland. 51 in livermore and san jose good morning to you 56 outside your door, so those changes
coming long with a system that is bringing us the clouds bringing rain to northern california and farther north and a few scattered showers our area but looks like it's going to come through the evening hours. we are going to be dry for daylight hours. we have the on shore breeze and little bit of fog. here is a temperature change expected. as we get into your afternoon 10-degrees of cooling expected in santa rosa, 10-degrees in san francisco. 63 for san francisco, 67 in concord, 68 san jose, a notable change that way and into the evening hours perhaps a few aspirin calls. we will -- sprinkles. >> reporter: good morning. we are looking at the slow traffic out there. we always look at the toll plaza, you can see the traffic
is going to be -- wow, that was scary -- it is going to be a little bit of a slow drive through. let go to 880. traffic northbound and southbound is going to be slow from san leandro as you drive up 880. in highway four in contra-costa county is still slow. 80 is slow through richmond and mostly slow slow down into the berkeley area. the south bay, a high school teacher is arrested after being accused of having sex with a student. you just talked to school administrators what did they have to say? >> reporter: they didn't say much, gasia, and the thing here is that police found out from a parent and then they found out that the school had already conducted an investigation, so why weren't police called?
were they called? we're really trying to nail ta down and i did talk off camera with the vice principal and he pretty much said that i had to wait to get a statement from the principal who is not in yet. here is a book photo of the teacher arrested 29 year old zachary drew. he turned himself into the main jail in san jose on wednesday. he was arrested for three counts of having sex with a minor and three counts of lewd and lascivious, both fells, he have a teacher at sonoma charter school. a parent contacted police after hearing a rumor that a teacher was having sex with a student sometime in 2015. when police looked into it they determined that the school had
already identified drew. we asked them if they notified them. a spokesperson said they are still looking into the timeline. as far as is it status of the teacher i asked the vice principal if he is on paid leave or not and he wasn't able the answer that. as far as talking to parent and students out here school doesn't start until 9:00 a.m. so we are hoping to get more information. we'll be on again at 9:30. >> i'm sure parents are talking to their own children. >> reporter: i said what about notification? have parents been notified about this? obviously it been out there in the media, but he wouldn't even answer how they are handling that, so we are still waiting. >> thank you jeanine. time is now 8:05 the authorities in kansas named the
gunman, cedric ford, 38, they said he had been served with a order of protection 90 minutes before going on a shooting rampage. he stormed the factory where he worked. the sheriff didn't give us any details who he had asked for the protection from from abuse order. ford shot three people outside the plant and 15 more people inside before he was shot and killed by a police officer. three people have died, several more are in critical condition. the name of the factory excel industries, where they make lawn mower parts. >> he was a nice guy, when i worked with him on second shift we hung out and everything was hunky d orange ry. didn't seem like this kind of
guy -- dory. >> he had a record of burglary, armed theft and flee from an officer. friends and family will remember dorothy brown today. other vigils are taking place this weekend. jason dalton has been arrested and facing several charges including murder. there were new documents of a case of an immigrant in alameda county accused of killing a young mother. he is due in court this afternoon for an arraignment. he is accused of killing stacy aguillar, he is now wanted by the feds. an enforcement agency told
local authorities to notify them so they can possibly deport him. one person was killed and forced 60 people out of their homes. the former tenants want to have to city use imminent domain to take over the affordable housing. people displaced by a fire, they can go back to their homes at the previous rent prices, but if the building is demolished the protection no longer applies. today is the day that homeless were told they have to leave. >> they have already left an others have stayed. city crews just moved through this morning, didn't say, christian? >> reporter: yeah they did. we are here on division. you can see there are still plenty of tents here on
division and tenth. we do have a city of san francisco outreach here we did see a dpw street cleaning equipment come out here but now the big question is when is the order going to come. the people on the streets are waiting to see when an if the move on order is issued. they had issued it to the homeless in the area on tuesday. we talked to one man who says there's a lot of confusion on the streets about what time they're supposed to move and where they're supposed to move. they heard anything from 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and says that confusion ads to stress on the streets. >> we'll come back down here, we'll come back down here.
right now they're going to spread us out and go to other places and saying well them people are over there, why are they bringing them over here. >> reporter: again, we have seen department of public works crews out here but so far they have not enforced the move on order. the city is trying to encourage as many of the homeless out here to get into shelters particularly the new shelter on pier 80. there's areas for people to store their belongings and say people can evening bring their pets. it's unclear how many people are planning on moving, a lot of people simply say they are going to move a few blocks away and when the police move to that area they will move back to this area, so it seems like a game of cat and mouse with no
end in sight. thank you. united airlines are holding pickets outside of sfo and other airport this morning. >> are we on strike? >> not yet. >> are we on strike? >> not yet. >> they met after rejecting a contract offer over three years of talks. they are tired of outsourcing jobs. itemed meantime says it is continuing mediation with the teamsters union. a couple of weeks you're going to turn your clock forward for spring but a south bay lawmaker wants to change that. the proposal for california to get rid of daylight savings time and why some people don't agree. and some say a debate that was cringe worth among to top three republican presidential candidates.
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donald trump off of his stride. >> if he hadn't inherited $200 million you know where he would be right now -- >> that's wrong, that's wrong. >> reporter: there may have been five candidate on the stage but this is increasingly becoming a three man race. and both marco rubio and ted cruz piled on donald trump. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> and i watched you repeat yourself five times three seconds ago. >> donald if you want to be liked in washington that's not a good attribute for a president. >> first of all this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liar. you have a combination of factors. >> reporter: trump did have to defend himself again and again questions about releasing his tax returns and his promise to build a southern border wall and force mexico to foot the bill, when he through an expletive response this week. >> how are you going to make
them pay for the wall? >> i will and the wall just got 10 feet taller believe me. >> reporter: at times it all seemed to spiral out of control with exchanges among the top three pushing out kasich and carson. >> can somebody attack me, please? whoa, whoa. [cheers and applause] >> reporter: this debate was in texas because of of all super tuesday, texas has the most delegates. meantime democrats in south carolina vote in their primary. right now poles suggest hillary clinton has a huge advantage. a pole outed to gives her a 50- point lead. sal is back watching the commute and the bridges as well. sal. >> reporter: that's right.
it's a little better than yesterday. let talk about the san mateo bridge. highway 92 is better than it was just an hour ago. seeing improvement on the dumbarton bridge. i will show you that a little later. we are seeing a little improvement on the toll plaza. the east bay that's where all the traffic is. slow from 238 into fremont. we are not seeing a lot going on here, still slow traffic on 280, and highway 101. 8:17. >> reporter: we do have partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. temperatures a notable change coming in the way of our numbers this afternoon. let's take a peek around at the bay area. again a little bit of fog.
the on shore breeze is back, and cooler weather into the weekend. still above average. i'll show you the numbers coming up in just a moment. let's look at some of the rainfall now that we are beginning to round out february and coming to an end. we saw a system move through the first week a little bit of rain last week. for today looks like as we get into the evening hours, a few scattered showers if you are really worried about it may be bring along an umbrella but i think we are going to be mainly dry. for the mont we are looking at less than an inch of rainfall when we typically get four and a half. very disappointing there. march looks like it would be a bit wet but too far out to settle on that one yet. we have rain moving through washington, oregon and north western california, but for us as it moves through the bay area it's going to fizzle out. 3:00 in the afternoon, there's
that line of rain, as we got into about seven or 8:00, notice again fairly dry when it reaches us, a few sprinkles here, along the coastline with all this cloud cover in place i assume we will have a little bit of drizzle. as we get into the evening hours it continues to shift but again not lot going on there. if you are thinking about going to tahoe, there will be rain tonight. no snow in the passes, coming back it looks fairly dry as well. sunday another system approaches the coast but looking weaker and weaker, there the rain line right there. when it shift into california it's pretty much gone. we do have a high surf advisory, the entire coastline. into san mateo lasting until 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. the sneaker wave and rip currents all a possibility for
that area as we get into the next 24 hours even a little bit more than that. how about the numbers right now? 49-degrees in santa rosa, afternoon highs coming down self degrees 67 for berkeley, 63 in san francisco, mid upper 60s for antioch, hayward. so today the transition occurring and getting into the bay area weekend. not a lot of changes. the few sprinkles for tonight and then dry as we get through the weekend and monday and tuesday. >> the poor umbrella has been rattling around for weeks now. i have yet to wash my car. a lawsuit file by quincy jones against the estate of michael jackson is about to go to trial. ♪ this is thriller, thriller
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oh, yeah. looking back to the opening bell from earlier today. trading under way for almost two hours, markets are up slightly down, nasdaq and s&p all down by less than 1%. the commerce department reports spending went up a half% for january. that's the largest boost we have seen since june of last year, that could be due to incomes that grew half of a% last month as well. the economy got off to a good start this year. some of the biggest tech companies are siding with each other against that case battle with the fbi. they will file friend of the. they are afraid this could make
them break into mobile device. a falcon nine rocket has been delayed. it was supposed to be launched yesterday. it was delayed wednesday because of bad weather. no word on when the next try will be. it appear it is oprah effect at weight watchers may be fading. >> this is the joy for me. i love bread. i love bread. >> she said she can eat bread every day on weight watchers, had great success herself and it soared oprah win fi, the stock went up again after she talked about the 26-pound weight loss, however the company reported yesterday membership is falling and that
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welcome back. there's a worning for uc berkeley students as we head into the weekend. brian just talked to police where four students were apparently drugged at two different parties? >> reporter: yeah, i just spoke with the uc berkeley police about 15 minuting a, and what they are hoping for is for the victims to come forward to a criminal investigation can be
launched. we learned that the campus police as well as the berkeley police are investigating. berkeley police recently sent out a crime alert yesterday saying there were possible instances that women were drugged. the alert names the fraternities as well in question as the kai psi and -- the police part of campus security designated to report crimes if they become aware. the person only have to have knowledge to report it. police say no victims can come forward. you'ves who receive public funding need to -- universities
who receive public funding need to clarify. -- they are hoping first they get medical attention and two be brave and come forward to see what really happened last weekend. thank you. time is 8:32 let's go ahead and check traffic. we are hoping for rain, looking for rain, are we seeing it? >> reporter: we're not seeing a whole lot. maybe a few sprinkles tonight just enough to dirty up the car and ruin the hair if you are going to be outdoors. partly cloudy skies. son josi you're at 56 -- san jose. 51 in live moore and you will continue to climb upward. santa rosa right now 49- degrees. partly the mostly cloudy skies will continue in the forecast for today. the headline being the
afternoon highs taking a pretty big tumble. here is a comparison for you anywhere 5-10-degrees of cooling compared to yesterday. san francisco will drop off about 10-degrees. concord 67 in the forecast today. yesterday you were at 74, san jose, several degrees cooling under partly cloudy skies. 60 to antioch. the peninsula, mountain view 80 signature. san jose we talked about. morgan till, we are going to continue with the -- morgan hill. we will show you the slight possibility of a few scattered showers tonight. we'll have a look at your bay area weekend weather as well. >> reporter: a 10 minute delay from san francisco stations heading down the peninsula, looks like the problem is over according to a tweet from bart central.
let's look at what we have with the roadways. show you a look at the toll plaza, it is backed up all the way out the maize, but we are seeing improvement. by 9:00 we are hoping to see a nice empty toll plaza. this is 880 there on the right. as we look at the south bay and the peninsula. 181 and 285 are slow but better than normal. santa clara police are increasing patrols where a man broke into two apartments and sexually assaulted women. we have a sketch. the man is described as being in his 20, early 30s. police say he is latino or middle eastern. he sexually assaulted a woman in her home. one week later the police
believe he broke into the astansia apartments but she was able to scare him away. >> this is a prior to case for us to get this person off the streets. >> it's shouldn't be happening in a community like this. it's a fairly nice community and you don't expect that sort of thing to happen every day. >> the man who lives there says there was also an attempted assault in the fitness september. there will be a neighborhood watch meeting at the bella vista apartments. police say a girl posted a threat on social media that forked schoolings in willow to close on wednesday. the willow police department posted a message about a threat on its facebook page. the school closed the schools as a precaution. police now say the threat was not a credible one. time is 8:35 a question,
do you like spring forward or fall back? >> i like that extra hour of sleep. but pam cook says not everyone is happy about it. >> reporter: for many people the time change is not only difficult on the body but also dangerous because people are tired and it can lead to work place accidents. he says it's left from times when the extra light was to take advantage of natural light before work before even had electricity. californians voted back in 1949 to save energy. found out that just arizona,
hawaii and parts of indiana have gone off daylight savings time. i posted the question on my facebook page. most people are not happy about the change. they don't like the change the clock because it does throw you off but i will say in the fall as the days start getting shorter then my kids who walk to school it gets dark so the fall back comes just in time the give them some daylight in the morning. so it an interesting conversation, so head over to facebook. time is 8:37. bart is warning commuters that there has been an increase in several stolen catalytic converters in the past few weeks at bart stations at la fayette and other stations. the secondary disaster in
just three days in nepal. the latest happened in the mountains of western nepal. the government confirmed at least one death so far. they were trying to land on a farmer's field when they landed on a mountain. then another happened 25 miles west of cat cat man due. new cyberattacks are raised to recruit members through social media. president obama says the campaign against isis is moving forward on all front. this comes as a ceasefire goes into effect in syria this weekend. hundreds of students
marched across san francisco's state university yesterday. >> they're upset about reports of faculty members who say the ethnic studies program could be depleted. the president says he has no plans to cut the program and that the curriculum is going to be protected. >> the issue is that we are all accountable and other part of the university are stressed. >> the defunding of the program is affecting my graduation. i don't have money in my pocket. i need to get out of here in four years. >> it was created back in 1969. we have confirmed the man accused of killing a young san jose mother is an in-legal immigrant. 23 year old pedraza is suspected of killing his 22
year old girlfriend. law enforcement told them to notify the federal agencies if he is released so ice could potentially deport him. he is a prior to -- next we're talking all things oscars during sunday night's academy award show. >> reporter: we are looking at a commute where traffic is going to be slow here on 68 and also at the toll plaza.
back then. the indiana jones movie. used to love them as a kid and our theme for traffic jam today is movie songs, songs and movies because the oscars are coming back. we're going to have more coming on ktvu mornings on two. mark zuckerberg had some pretty strong words for his employees who crossed out the words,"black lives matter" and changed it to,"all lives matter." he says he is very disappointed that employees have crossed out the words. facebook has encouraged even to write words on the wall but want everyone to treat each other with respect. time is now 8:44 let go right back to sal because you
are also checking our commute and making sure everybody is behaving. >> reporter: we have seen a nice pattern on the east shore. 80 eastbound 29 minutes that's better than normal. in fact just a couple of days ago it was up to an hour to do this same drive, so i would take half an hour here between the here and the mack maize bridge. there is a small delay from the pole plaza bridge. southbound, slow in hayward city and down to stevennen so. >> reporter: a cooler pattern settling in for our bay area weekend. this morning waking up with partly cloudy skies, the low clouds are back along the coast and inside the bay. we are going to see this into the spend part of our afternoon. -- second part of our afternoon. a lot cooler than where we were
yesterday. by evening a chance of scattered showers over the north bay, doesn't look like a whole lot. i'll show you. eight or 9:00 or so, it is beginning to move in to pouringers of the north bay and then -- portions of the north bay, and notice just traces, maybe a few 1/100ths. a few scattered showers in the forecast. they definitely will be light and they will favor the north bay. we also have a high surf advisory all the way till tomorrow afternoon. if you are going to be visiting the shoreline through the north bay and into monterey large shore breaks as well as the sneaker waves and rip currents. keep an eye on your little ones. temperatures beginning to rebound. livermore checking in at 51. portions of the north bay, still trailing behind at 59.
into the south bay 56, afternoon high today a lot of low 70s around the region yesterday, not the case today. talking 60s for most of us if not all of us. 60 an hour in nevada, san francisco you will go to 63. yesterday in the low 70s. you will definitely notice 68 in concord and brentwood. south bay more of the same, 10- degrees cooler expected for areas right around san jose this afternoon. sick 5-degrees expected for santa cruise. extended forecast. mid to upper 60s from saturday into sunday, though it looks look weaker than the system i just showed you. we will remain dry monday into tuesday. time is 8:47 the 2016
oscars are this sunday. fans want to know who is going to win. joining us now from our sister station from washington d.c. entertainment reporter kevin mccarthy. how are you doing? >> who are you predicting for best picture? >> reporter: i get excited and i do really think the oscars are out of touch. the lack of diversity, how out of touch the academy awards are. this year i was really hoping to see films like star wars, creed, films that they really left out of this category, knowing those films aren't going to be talked about. i think it is up to three films. revenant is one of the biggest
right now the guilders award and eight of the winners have gone on to win the spotlight and then the sag award. then the big short which is the movie directed by adam mckay, starring christian mcbail. these are really onto forefront to win best picture. don't be surprised if you see schwartz sneak in there, my ultimate win would be mad max. it will not happen. i saw it six times, i would love to see it win but it will not happen no doubt. who's the best actor. >> reporter: decaprio. the range he shows from gilbert great to wall street. i think he showed up one a
couple years ago for wiffle wall street. one of the big things about the oscars is they are really known for the career, stay skip over the good felllas. i do think that decaprio will win this year for best actor. best actress what's your prediction? >> reporter: the room. it's a character that larson plays living in a room for seven years -- basically the trailers lead you to believe they get out but her character is phenomenal in the movie. she locked herself in an
apartment for a month so she could prepare, her skin got really pale. and a lot of actors went to extreme. decaprio ate raw bison. i do think she will win sunday night for room. whose your prediction for best director? >> reporter: i think aljandr. i think the best supporting actress for the dating girl. i think those are got predictions. thanks, kevin, i appreciate it. the time now is 8:51 we'll be right back.
of the most popular giants player by soon be a big hit on t.v. series hunter pence. fuller house. he is playing the boyfriend of one of the daughters, but on the show giants fans choose winning over romance and force the daughter to break off her romance with hunter pence because they thought she was a jinx and making him play badly. last night for the warriors it was a steph curry show. they beat the orlando magic 130- 114. he set another record 120 eighth straight game with a three-pointer. watch this from half court.
he had 24 in the forth quarter alone. they close out tomorrow in oklahoma city. thousands of child safety seats are being recalled because of a possible risk of injury. the recall and it's a voluntary one covers 56,000 transition three in one combination booster seats made by evenflo. the company says the child may be able to reach a button that loosens the seat's harness that may increase an injury if in a crash. allegiant airlines is apologiesing to a family in arizona that was forced off a plane. 7
year elegy vau any had a reaction. medical personnel came on and determined it was the not safe for the little boy to fly. giovanni's mother -- >> we are former foster parents, i have raised 14 children, i've dealt with a lot of attitudes and i know when i'm getting one. >> it made me sad when my dad is dying of cancer and that was really not nice. >> on top of that the family says the passengers applauded as they got off the plane. allegiant airlines is sending them 50-dollar vouchers, southwest is sending them tickets to disney land which was on the father's bucket list. this white pony dressed up
as a unicorn, police say the pony was performing at a birthday party when it got away catching a lot of drivers by surprise as you can imagine. he broke loose again, a couple of hours he was taken into custody. luckily neither the pony nor any buy standers were hurt. there were five candidates at the republican debate last night but two people had to fight for attention. can i get someone to pick on me here? i'm sure they will. >> so nice, mr. carson. >> i know. we will talk about that, too and some familiar faces when you join us on the nines. >> i love fruit salad.
political communications consultants. randy shanldvolt it has people flocking to an art gallery, giving you a look at the popular exhibit. >> and pixar studios is nominated for an oscar. we have the people behind the film of the oscar nominated short film. that's it. i'm in love. i'm feeling pretty groovy on a friday. welcome, i am sal casstavada. we are going to be talking about last nighs