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>> i'm claudine wong in for pam cook. let's start off with weather and traffic. steve paulson is working on a nice forecast for us. >> better than yesterday. a little more sun. >> like the sun. >> today we start off mostly cloudy. temperatures cool for some. not too bad for others. couple 40s showing up. there are a few breaks in the clouds. some of the cloud cover retreated. it was mainly out to the valley. cloudy to mostly cloudy with occasional breaks. few showers over the sierra. same up in northern sacramento valley. there is a weak system brushing helping move out the low cloud deck. 50s on most of the temperatures. 48 in napa and nevada. low 50s at palo alto. not much of this system. it will take care of the low cloud deck. our next system will be here early thursday late wednesday into thursday. today lots of clouds some sun. on the mild side. 60s for most. near normal temperatures.
there might be a couple locations checking in with 70s. i kept a lot of 60s in the mix. 4:31 on a tuesday. everything is quiet. >> sort of. there are a couple minor glitches but for the most part it is quiet out there. good morning to you at home. let's see what we have here. traffic is moving along well. if you are driving at the bay bridge there is one or two lanes that have a little delay. nothing major. let's go to highway 24 near cami know pablo. there is a smart car. it rolled over several times. it could cause a delay. let me move over to almeida. you'll have to use a bridge and
not the tube. northbound 280 on the right through downtown san jose looks good. it stays that way up into the west valley. now back to the desk. >> thank you very much. very much. here's a look at the top stories. san francisco police need your help to find two people accused of stabbing a british tourist to death. police released these sketches of the suspects yesterday. stabbing happened february 18th on post street. the victim was chased down and eventually stabbed by the suspect. if you have any information call san francisco police. local police took a man into custody with the ninja burglar case. people in the open hills reported seeing a prowler wearing dark clothes and carrying something long and block. >> their surveillance cameras. he was seen taking several bikes and loading them into an suv. barts governing board and union workers are expected to
ratify a new contract. it raises sallies 10.4% for five years. bart employees will not have to worry about labor disputes like the one in 2013 that shut down ridership service in two locations. now to new developments in a series of freeway shootings in the east bay. we are learning the chp is investigating yet another incident. the 17th along the i-80 corridor. alex savidge is live with what authorities are saying about this latest case. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. fortunately nobody was hurt in the latest car to car shooting in the east bay. authorities are concerned. they are trying to track down the folks involved in the latest shooting here. it happened 8:30 sunday night. authorities say what happened is that a minivan pulled up
alongside a taxi carrying two passengers at the time. someone in that minivan opened fire on the taxi hitting the cab. fortunately no one inside the cab was hit by the gunfire. taxi driver pulled off the freeway into a parking lot. that's where the two passengers in the cab ran off before authorities could get to that scene. scene. this was the 17th car-to-car shooting along the i-80 corridor since late last year. authorities believe the victims are targeted as part of an on- going gang feud in and around the richmond area. it has many drivers on edge. >> i'm surprised we have not done anything. i don't know what they can do but it is just sad. >> reporter: right now richmond
police are working alongside the chp and federal law enforcement agencies to catch the people responsible for this on-going violence. last week authorities carried out a joint raid. one man was arrested who investigators believe is connected to one of these shooting cases. chp and other law enforcement agencies still are searching for more people who may be involved. in the meantime, the chp is increasing patrols along this stretch of freeway trying to put drivers at ease. even though these are not random shootings you have a lot of people traveling this stretch of freeway who are concerned. there are new allegations that uc burkeley is not doing enough to stop sexual harassment on campus. paul chambers explained two graduate students took allegations against a professor to a state agencies. >> reporter: two women spoke
alleging they were both victims of sexual harassment by cal burkeley professor blake wentworth. >> i came in here to learn to teach. i want that back. it completely derailed my future career and my education. >> reporter: the alleged harassment started in the fall of 2014. they claimed the professor who works in this building subjected them to a oppressive, hostile work environment. he touched them inappropriately and talked about uncomfortable professors. >> they are protecting the professors and the dean the same way the catholic church protected priests. >> reporter: she has her own lawsuit against the university alleging a law school dean sexually harassed her. >> there should not be so much red tape when someone comes forward. >> reporter: the university released this statement dealing
with the two graduate assistants. assistants. >> it isn't over. this man can still be on campus. i'm not free until i know this type of culture will change. >> reporter: according to the attorney representing the women, he is still working for cal but not teaching classes. paul chambers ktvu. a morgan hill running coach has been arrested for sexual assault. the facility trains runners ranging in age 12 to 60. police say the charges involve children as well as adults
assault at the gym. according to the chronicle he is a former head coach of a cross country team in morgan hill. police are investigating whether or not there may be potential victims at the high school. an almeida county woman who went on a hunger strike hopes her protest will lead to a sentence against the man who killed her brother in a car crash. she lost 26-pounds and can only drink liquids until her body adjusts to solid foods again. she was campaigning for tougher driving laws. last year her brother was riding in the bed of a friend's pickup truck. the 20-year-old driver went too fast and failed to make the curb. her brother was ejected from the truck and died. died. >> it resulted in real pain for the rest of my life i won't have my brother. i turned 23 and i realize he'll always be 19. that's messed up. >> the driver pleaded no
contest to vehicular manslaughter. he faces a sentence today of a year in county jail. she only drank water during her hunger strike and sat outside of the almeida county district attorney's office ancarried a photo of their brother. a candlelight vigil will be held tomorrow at a san francisco best buy store where nicole fitz worked before she was killed. there are no signs of her 2- year-old daughter. she has possible ties to santa cruz, fresno and southern california. her body was found last friday at the park. officers will not reveal her cause of death. sources tell ktvu she was severely beaten. this killing shocked a woman who used to live next door to nicole in pacifica. >> i was boggled. i could not understand how this could happen. they seemed like really nice people. >> best buy released a statement: ent:
there is another legal claim resulting from last year's deadly balcony collapse in burkeley. east bay times reports three young women who say they left the balcony before it collapsed are suing builders, owners and the apartment management company. the woman say they could have been killed or injury. the lawsuit alleges poor construction and water damage was ignored. balcony collapse killed six students last june. recent rains in the central valley caused a huge sinkhole. it appears north of fresno yesterday. watch it as it opens up. cameras were rolling when part of the street collapsed in the sewage line. the sinkhole is 12 feet wide and 15 feet deep. crews are already repairing the road. it is not clear yet how long the work will take. warriors are preparing to make history tomorrow night at
oracle arena. later this morning the team will start decorating the building for the record-breaking 73rd victory of the regular season. team members are focusing on fans as well as hoops. power forward spent time helping the boys and girls club raise money for its programs. >> to be able to come out here and represent the organization is a blessing. to be able to go around the city and the amount of love and support we get from the fans. >> that spirit endured the entire warriors organization to fans and businesses near the arena are also fans. they say the warriors dominance on the courts boosted business every time the warriors play. final home game of the regular season is tomorrow night. grizzlies coming into town. victory would make history. no team has won 73 games in the regular season. of course the game is sold out.
at last check the cheapest seats we could find for resale online are going for $340. that's down ten dollars from yesterday. >> a bargain. the most expensive are courtside. asking price is $16,000. those are claudine wong-type seats there. that's up $6,000 from yesterday. just for comparison average price for last year's final home game was $88. at ktvu.com you'll find our continuing coverage of the warriors. that includes our one-on-one interview with steph curry. look for the sports section on our website. there are new concerns about earthquakes along san francisco's waterfront. coming up in 20 minutes we'll talk about the damage a big one could cause and what needs to be done to fix that problem. >> after you place your order there is no need to pull out a
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opened fire. >> i took care of my kid and my wife but the guys left. >> no one was hurt. stockton police department son the lookout for two suspects. a man who admits killing three people at a colorado springs planned parenthood clinic says he was inspired by a deadly shooting of an abortion doctor in florida. in court documents unsealed robert deer said he targeted the clinic because they were selling baby parts. deer faces 179 counts including first-degree murder in the attack last november. investigators say he shot and killed a police officer and two people who were accompanying friends to the clinic. to nic. tesla is recalling 2700 model x suvs because the third row seat could get unlatched and fold forward during an accident. tesla says there is no reports of failures. but passengers should avoid using the third row seat until
the cars are repaired. tesla says the vehicles were made before march 26th and sold in the united states. let's check in on the traffic this early tuesday morning with sal. i know there was an issue on highway 24. what's going on there? >> it turned out to be not a major injury. a small car roll over several time and came to a rest on 24. let's take a look at what 24 looks like now. it is looking good between walnut creek and oakland. it is more crowded when you come to the crossroads. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza you'll see traffic is light. it usually doesn't start getting busy until 5:30. if you are driving in the east bay hills or in the east bay in general we are off to a good start on 680, 24 and 880. highway 13 delays because of a road project being picked up. 4:47. let's go to steve. >> what time is it? >> 13 minutes before the hour.
4:47. back to you. >> thank you, sal. (rooster crowing). we have mostly cloudy skies. yesterday was sold out. i saw a few pockets of sun. through the day we had low cloud decks. some is still in place. there is a weak system dragging across. this afternoon we'll get more sun. paul is out in martinez. martinez 51. calm and partly cloudy with a few stars shining through. ing through. san francisco mostly cloudy. 52 to start. partly sunny later on today. i think we'll get that low cloud deck to mix out. still a few showers popped up yesterday in northern sacramento valley and the sierra nevada. we have low clouds getting enhanced. the weak system dragging across
should give us more sun today. a few 40s. santa rosa and napa. a lot of 50s. 56 oakland. 52 fair field. east bay temperatures lafayette 49. danville 52. mid 50s antioch and brentwood. not much to this system. the next system coming in will work towards us late wednesday into thursday. that will give us a quick shot of rain. there will be more north. over the sierra things calm down. might pick up again later. isolated showers. this system will give us morning clouds and sun. the next system coming in does not have much to it. it will be a cooler system. the breeze will pick up. the rainfall doesn't look that impressive. i think a tenth of an inch to a quarter should cover it. thursday morning lots of clouds some sun on the mild side. breeze picks up. near normal temperatures.
60 to 70 degrees. overall we are stuck for a little bit until the weekend. there will be some cooler conditions and breezy late thursday andfriday. it looks warmer saturday and sunday with a cool down on monday. >> is it still possible to get snow in the sierras? >> i remember back in the day you could get a good system in april and may. april and may. this month looks average. >> thank you. making it easier for people to take family leave. coming up in 15 minutes we'll talk about the pay raise you can expect for six weeks. it all starts next year. it is another step toward getting more women into combat roles. the reason the marine corp has been fighting the move for months.
belgium authorities charged two more men in connection with the terrorist attacks in brussels. the two suspects were involved in renting an apartment that served as the hideout for the bomber who attacked the brussels subway. 16 people died in the attack on the subway march 22nd. suicide bombers killed is people at the brussels airport that same day. a car bomb attack in turkey hit a military police station
killing one turkish soldier and injuring 20 others. the workers party bombing in the southeastern part of turkey. there has been an increase in violence since the cease-fire between the turkish government and militant collapse last year. they consider the party a terrorist organization. in india a massive fire broke out at a garment factory. flames could be seen shooting out of the building. local reports say the ground floor of the building is the garment factory. the upper floors are apartments. crews rescued some people while others took refuge on the roof. it is feared many people may have been trapped inside. the cause of the fire has not been determined. seven people who fled after a deadly fire over the weekend in southern india turned themselves into police to face prosecution. at least 116 people were killed during an illegal fireworks
show at a hindu temple. authorities told the temple not to hold the fireworks show because of safety concerns but they went ahead anyone. police are investigating contractors for possible homicide charges. today a top navy official will take his case to military leaders in camp pendleton about allowing women in navy combat. he'll address 300 leaders in the expedition force. marine corp leaders fought against the plan saying studies show combining men and women in combat is not as effective as male-only units. defense secretary ash carter overruled the marine corp last year ordering all positions will be opened to women. cdc issued a serious warning of the zica virus. the virus appears tobagoer threat -- a bigger threat to the united states than previously thought. officials learned yesterday
that zica is linked to illnesses which attack the brain and spinal cord. officials say the mosquito, which transmits zica appears to live in twice as many states as first thought. thought. >> what we are learning is not reassuring. we have learned that the virus is linked to a broader set of complications in pregnancy. not just microcephaly but prematurity, eye problems and other conditions. >> there is still no vaccine for the zica virus. the first vaccine candidate for the virus should be available in september. coming up in our 5:00 hour, several cars stopped traffic and spin donuts on the bay bridge. the investigation now underway. why the chp needs your help to track down the people involved. new information in the death of a british tourist in san francisco. the newly released sketches of the suspects police hope will land them behind bars. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is still not filled in yet. but certainly people are on the
ramp a new deal is reached between bart and union workers. we'll tell you what it means for riders now and in the long run. welcome back. it is tuesday april 12th. i'm claudine wong in for pam cook. >> i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get a check of weather and traffic. steve is here. e is here. >> we have mostly cloudy skies out there. a little cool for some. a couple 40s. yesterday was one of those gray days. i talked to someone she said i'm lazy today. i said i understand that. there was no sun. i can hardly find any. there was a little bit in the valley. if you came back over the altamont pass you seen a blanket of low clouds. there is still low clouds out
there. there is a weak front dragging across. light rain in redding and sierra yesterday. probably a repeat performance today. upper 40s. 49 napa and santa rosa. 50s everywhere else. peninsula a couple upper 40s. stanford is in there. men low park. not much mostly sunny the afternoon. a lot of clouds in the morning. mainly 60 for highs. slightly below normal to near normal temperatures. here he is at 5:00 in the morning. things are okay. your screen shows something. >> things are okay. things improved a little bit. we don't have a lot going on. which is good. 5:00 a.m., my goodness i would say that except we start at 4:00. good morning to you if you are at home getting