tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX April 23, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT
a new to me and dollar borrowed car fails a test run. new concerns or the expensive fleet. repairs are still underway this morning. this is where the sewer line broke creating a 20 foot wide sinkhole on the san francisco treat. -- street. a live look this morning from the golden gate bridge. a beautiful picture and the best part is we don't see much rain coming down. >> lots of rainbows popping up on my facebook feed everywhere. it looks like it's going to be awkward to stay for you. welcome to mornings on 2.
>> let's get to rosemary with the forecast. good morning. so much needed rain falling over the bay area from happens to 1.5 inches in some areas. we are happy about that. now we're into the weekend we are drying out. here's a live look over san jose. partly cloudy for most of us with the better clearing this morning. temperatures are cooler to start the day and this afternoon we still be seasonably mild perhaps a bit cool for this time of year. here is storm tracker 2 where the rain has moved on. getting closer our temperatures looking at oakland 52. san francisco also in the low 50s. upper 40s half moon bay. santa rosa 44. a cool start for some of our inner north bay locations. in san jose you start with 50 degrees. here's a 24 hour temperature
change. down by 14 degrees in napa and fairfield down by 10. most of us cooler. partly cloudy skies and into the afternoon it could be breezy for some of us. low 60s from the coast san francisco. mid-to upper 60s for most of us and we might actually cut 70. 70 for santa rosa. 71 morgan hill. on the peninsula 69 san mateo and mountain view. upper 60s for the inner east they like livermore and antioch. not a lot of changes for the second half of the weekend. we could see the wind picked up just a little bit. there could be more rain coming in the extended forecast. new overnight a crash in pittsburgh at the highway 4 westbound on-ramp. here is video near railroad
avenue. details are still coming in but at least one car was damaged and several ambulances and fire trucks were on scene. there was someone seen on a stretcher but we don't know yet the extent of their injuries. we will bring you new information as it becomes available. it's not clear what caused a $2 million board trained to go off the tracks. it was on a test track between south he would station and union city. this happened before 2 pm yesterday. it was specifically designed to stop runaway cars. on the card employees were on board and no one was injured. it was going about 10 miles per hour. >> we were training our new operators but it's not clear whether this was operator error or mechanical failure or some combination. >> the new car arrived last month. it's the first of a new fleet that will go into service in december. each car cost $2 million. they struggle with ongoing
infrastructure problems. the use of the new board card will not cause problems for writers this morning but track maintenance will meet more service disruptions all weekend. trains will not run between san leandro and bay fair stations today and tomorrow. they are doing track repair and other maintenance along the line. transit friend shuttle buses between those stations and writers can expect delays of 30 minutes to one hour during the closure. it will continue for two weekends in a and get him injured. the latest to be turned back on until after crash left drivers in the dark. a wreck powerline yesterday on the orinda side of the tunnel along fish ranch road. we call get update on windows let's be working again but are waiting to hear back. a backup generator was utilized to partially like the tunnel. crews will prepare the large sinkhole in pacific heights. >> the placed burp causing part of sacrament is rita kayden thursday night. christien kafton is live with
us now the timeline on what this will be fixed. >> reporter: the morning. a lot of work is underway now. let's show you you can see this is a section of sewer pipe that has arrived on scene. crews are going to be using this section of pipe later to replace the broken section. you can see the excavator working hard. they've killed in overnight and that there moving the dirt they had overnight so they can get access to the sewer pipe again. there looking to replace that broken section of sewer pipe later today. >> someone called in about 8:30 this morning. >> reporter: that single collapsed thursday as our camera was rolling. neighbors called in reporting a depression so crews were on scene trying to repair the depression in the road and that right before our cameras turned into a single. at the time we were out yesterday we could see there was wastewater running through the area and rain runoff and
sewage. they were to remove the soil and have or to fill in the hole overnight. coming back to our live shot let's give you a live look and tell you with the team says the game plan today. they've actually bypassed the broken section of pipe and the plan is to use that bypass to the course the day and then replace the broken section of pipe and then refill in the whole and repave. amazingly after sizable yesterday it might be 20 feet across and 10 feet to their still on schedule to have this section reopened as early as tonight. again those crews are working the day. the hope is they can have this entire section reopened the traffic tonight. one final letter never tell us there have been problems with the sewer in this area. in december there is was a manhole that water coming out
of it the suspect the problems long ago. they are hoping they can figure out what the source of the problem was and prevent it from happening again. to see the workers are on it. >> some of these single problems before in other parts of the city and they tell us all those pipes underneath the city are so old and there's no telling when they will burst anyone's of the age about pipe is a problem. >> exactly. that's a question that many neighbors have a this is an ongoing problem if you of the problems up and down the line. all bc there is aging infrastructure and no idea on when something will fail. they if they did they would have something ready in a position but they do say when something like this happens you can see how quickly they have effected the repair. public this entire section between line in baker reopened possibly as early as tonight. a minister arrested for allegedly molesting a 14-year-
old girl. 32-year-old fernando maldonado sexually assaulted her several times over a three-year period. he's being held on $725,000 bond . he's a minister at pleasant hill's grace bible church in previous he worked at morello baptist church in martinez. oakland police is making police misconduct allegations public they will release reported allegations twice a year but they will not be releasing officer names because personnel records are confidential. the wreckage will say whether officers were disciplined or cleared in which cases are still in dispute. every statement about all of this saying the city does not claim to have a perfect police department but we are nevertheless proud of the progress the city has made including the sepsis taken to improve disciplinary process for police officers. coming up we will be speaking with oakland mayor libby schaaf about all of this. as people around the world celebrates life of prince we learn more about his death.
he was last seen alive wednesday night after an acquaintance dropped him off at his home in minneapolis. he was found unresponsive in an elevator the next morning. an autopsy was done yesterday that it could take weeks before we know what caused his death. hundreds of people continue to gather outside his home to pay tribute. fans in new orleans organized a dan spindle march for him on monday. his music is not the only legacy he's leaving behind. he also inspired attack program to help young people of color find success in silicon valley. it came during a conversation with trayvon martin martin between prince and friends. >> how is it that a black boy in a hoodie could be seen as a threat but await mail in silicon valley is perceived to be a genius? >> it's of racism and it makes us angry. but prince said jimenez posited maybe we're not turning out enough black mark
zuckerberg >> yes we could partner with what he loves to host pack of on freedom people of color. with nonprofits said he will continue his vision of creating more african-american entrepreneurs. he also helped many musicians including his protigi and oakland native sheila e. >> i'm not done crying. i'm still grieving using my best friend and someone i loved so dearly. 38 years of being together overnight changed my life. >> she says she and prince shared a passion for pain -- paying it forward. >> they can see on the big screen one last time. purple rain is back in theaters starting today.[ music ] more than 80 amc theaters across the country will play the movie through thursday. here in the bay area roxy theaters and san francisco minerva park with here in oakland are some the places you can watch it. it may more than $59 when it
was leased in 1984 that soundtrack sold more than 25 million copies. on the ridge the championship the warriors might have lost the last game without stephen curry but they're still up two games to one in the best- of-seven series at the rockets. scott reiss has more from houston. >> reporter: the warriors were on lockdown at practice testing there not so secret weapon the hind closed doors. the results? they are encouraging. >> it feels good. we always wanted playing get game ready and simulating that's always fun. nursing injuries or what not. get some shots and break a sweat. have some competition. it's fun so hopefully i ramp up to more tomorrow. >> are you game ready? >> pretty close. >> i enough there will have to be any lobbying. he is fine. if he is lobbying it would only
be because he's not right >> reporter: there is no debating the newfound sense of urgency to get him back on the floor. the rockets escaped with a win in game three and they are hungry for more. >> we're still done in the series. that one can does not mean anything. and i want to keep the guys on edge. it can only be happy just for last night at the try to win another one >> reporter: good is for the dump backpack losses are a foreign concept and has an happened off-season and with good reason. >> the been a great job it's a stubborn confidence when you lose game it won't happen again and we come out and get it done. >> reporter: our guys are competitive. and they generally get angry when they lose. i think that will be the feeling comes sunday. you can bet they will play with a bit of anger tomorrow and that certainly bodes well. as for stephen curry today is a
big day. will be a full go at practice including five of five and if there are no setbacks if he feels good that it sounds likely that he will be back on the floor for the warriors in game 4 tomorrow. again game 4 is tomorrow in houston at 1230 game five will be next wednesday back in oakland at oracle arena. dozen people search for place to live in the south bay. more on the fire that left them homeless and wayfinding them a place to live has been difficult. first the coast guard crew from the bay area is reunited with their families. the big bus that happened before they came home.
good morning. we have a live look at the bay point area. we have rolling green hills with a little cloud cover along with the blue sky. a picture-perfect start. and a good forecast for the bay area weekend. the numbers coming up. more than 170 nations including the us and signed the paris agreement on climate change at the un.: deal caused lower carbon emissions to fight global warming. the signing ceremony was held yesterday on earth day and comes four months after the was reached in paris. john kerry signed for the west. >> the new energy future the efficiencies in the alternative resources the clean options -- my but we have to achieve is beyond our capacity technologically. >> reporter: meanwhile public and opponents claim the obama administration is bypassing congress by calling it an
agreement rather than a treaty which would require congressional approval. a coast guard crew from alameda is back home after seizing millions of dollars worth of cocaine. the welcome tom yesterday i family and friends. the wind 26 members d $3-$30 million worth of cocaine during their 95 day deployment. they were able to intercept several drug smuggling vessels in the eastern pacific. >> they've not been home in three months and we're happy to be here but at the same time we are proud of what we've done. >> reporter: before coming home ship stopped in san diego to offload 14 tons of drugs which the dea plans to dispose of. third round of the lpga classic is starting at lake merced. the leader in on-demand apart she will tee off at 1:55 today. two-time champ ladies and gentlemen is for shots back. that golfers may have a deal some tricky wind this weekend
while they're out on the course. time is 7:18. we had interesting weather yesterday going into this weekend. i don't of you had the same experience but it would be sunny and i would look up with blue skies and it would randomly rain. >> we had a lot of rain. i think when a record. >> we did have a good amount of rainfall in san francisco. santa cruz mountains pick up almost 1.5 inches. mount diablo almost one-inch. sunshine out and then clouds and then brief downpours and that's why san francisco broke a record. it even rained -- rain the weather. today we are drying out and hard-pressed to find any rain on the radar. 45 degrees now in santa rosa. a cooler start with clear skies. low 50s. livermore 47 and san jose 50. you can see there on the water.
we're going to be in the 60s this afternoon. it will be breezy at times. no right to speak up on the storm tracker. the system will ride over north of us. what does it will kick up the wind picked busy for some today. breezy in time for tomorrow as well. here is futurecast. we stopped for you around sunday morning and there is the rain again staying to the north. it will bring clouds and a northwest breeze. we can expect that especially along the coast in our hills. let's go further out into wednesday. look at this. we might actually have more rain in the forecast. by wednesday. we will track that for you. for the afternoon we cloudy with temperatures cool to miles to be number you are. 70 degrees in north bay. 68 in san rafael. mid-60s in berkeley. 66 for oakland. san francisco of all day at 63. if you're seeing the giants
ringing extra layer because will be cool and breezy. low 60s at the coast. meanwhile for the south bay we have temperatures in the 60s as well. 69 san jose. warmer than that for the south you go. 68 santa cruz. extended forecast temperatures slightly warmer as we get into sunday but little change in the forecast. partly cloudy skies and a mild day for the second part of the weekend with the possibility of a northwest wind. mostly sunny and not a lot of change into monday or tuesday. but perhaps more rain coming back to the bay area wednesday. a beautiful week. coming up let's talk about the weather app >> i have this on my phone.
we should all have it on our phone. downloaded and get the latest weather conditions. it's also find live radar and up-to-the-minute forecast. i like the hourly forecast because some days it keeps changing. search ktvu in your app store. coming up tribute sporting from across the country following the death of music icon prince. [ music ]up next the last- minute switch that has this choir singing attribute. -- a tribute.
on the campaign trail the candidates are focusing on tuesday's primaries in five northeastern states. hillary clinton campaigned in pennsylvania the biggest prize in the contest with 210 delegates. she leads bernie sanders by an average of 15 point in the latest polls. she talked about balancing second amendment gun ownership rights with gun violence deaths. city at 3000 per year. i think we are smart enough to figure out how to do that. and the gun lobby does not want us to figure out how to do that. they want to keep everyone upset and agitated. at some point they have to answer for that. >> reporter: on the republican side donald trump chief advisor told up leaders he is ready to
tone down his over-the-top persona but at a rally he says he does not want to do that yet because his audiences would get bored ted cruz to hundreds of people in a rally in allentown. he's also been working to soften his image taking late next tv appearances and having his wife join him. six bills restrict tobacco use are waiting on governor jerry brown. they include proposal to raise the legal age for smoking dipping chewing and tobacco from 18 to 21 years old. the governor has until may 4 to sign the to worsen the bills back to the legislature. if they become law tobacco industry is already threatening a challenge is about box 33,000 signatures by august to have voters to reject those new laws coming up in november. president barack obama service filed in london during the theater dedicated to william shakespeare. they is a 400 anniversary of the playwright's death. the president honored him by touring the globe theater which is a replica of the circular
open-air playhouse he designed in 1699. he also watched the performance of part of his hamlet including the famous to be or not to be soliloquy. >> to be or not to be. that is the question. >> reporter: san francisco bay also going to honoring william shakespeare. this that you're looking at is of course a william shakespeare emoji. everyone has to have any monday. twitter is celebrating the having actor patrick stewart once the icon with the hashtag shakespeare lives. target for this decision involving transgender customers is receiving big backlash this morning. coming up with one conservative group is now doing. a new development in the sierra lamar case. the rain is no doubt.
operator error or mechanical failure or both because they trained to overshoot a test track. is part of the new fleet that was supposed to start service at the end of the year. only employees were on board and never no injuries. a contra costa county minutes sir is in jail nike resulting the girl 14 years old. several times over three years. her fernanda maldonado is in jail this morning bond was $723,000. he was a minister of pleasant hill grace bible church and had also worked at morello baptist church in martinez. investigators say prince with us who live on wednesday night after the quittance dropped them off at his home in minneapolis. he was found unresponsive in the elevator the next morning. an autopsy was performed yesterday but it could take weeks before we go his cause of death. hundreds of people continue to gather outside his home to pay tribute. >> the weather is good news and good news. we get a break from the
rain and the sun will be out. >> and more rain is coming. >> i say keep it coming. all the way into june. but we will be drying out. we are already trying out. no rain on the radar. temperatures are cool and mild for the afternoon. here's a live look over san francisco. looking to the west. we have some low come cover along the coastline. the national weather service is putting a statement keeping in mind that rip currents and sneaker waves are possibility. only until about 8 pm. if you're going to the waters for ron are walking the dog it something to be aware of. keep now for the sneaker waves. low 50s in san francisco sfo 52. upper 40s redwood city. east wake shoreline 52 in oakland. a chilly one in walnut creek. 46. even cooler in fairfield at 42.
northbay we start out in the low to mid 40s. with the clearing this morning temperatures are several degrees cooler. cooler by 40 degrees in napa this morning. never let down by 10. around the bay between 6-9 degrees cooler. if you're out yesterday and are stepping up this morning you will feel the difference. but the sun is shining so that helps. through the morning temperatures will begin to rebound. we're all in the same ballpark as we get into noon. low 60s and the forecast and the mid-to upper 60s for the afternoon. relatively cool to mild. they come the forecast -- accident forecast coming up. -- extended forecast coming up. 70 families are scrambled for a place to live after a
fire describe their apartment complex in sunnyvale. twin pines manor complex burned last friday in house mostly low income residents some seniors and veterans and students. committee services this test of finding new places for them to left. in a hot rental market low income units are nonexistent. >> not this carbolic many of them are on the waiting list and so we have a bit harder time . >> they have housed 11 families so far but the rest are staying in hotels. they've enough funding to do through the end of the month but they are hoping landlords will come forward to offer to help. a gofundme pages also been set up for the victims. the developments in missing sierra lamar. the man accused of killing arrested find attorneys and is demanding a speedy trial. >> reporter: it's been more than four years since 15-year- old sierra lamar disappeared in march of in march 2012.
authorities arrested and -- two months after she was on her way to school. ever since her family has been waiting for justice. >> it has not been fair. nothing about this has been. >> reporter: on friday despite a judge them to objections from his lawyer he told the judge he wanted to stand trial within 60 days exercising his constitutional right frisbee trial. >> what garcia torres is saying is i'm tired of waiting i want my day in court. and i'm ready for trial. now it's going to be up to his lawyers to convince the judge whether they are ready for trial. >> reporter: analyst stephen clark so the trial will likely not start monday. and minute even start before the 60 days are up on june 20. his attorneys told the judge they are not ready. clarks of the public defenders might be tied up with other murder cases and cannot be in two places at once. he also points to the flex of the case given his facing the death penalty.
>> this is going to be the highest profile case in the bay area since the scott peterson case. it's important that things are done right and latest on efficiently but it's done fairly. >> reporter: his body is -- her body has never been found buskers a dna was found in his car. and garcia torres dna was found on some of her clothing. thrown in a field near where she disappeared. since there is nobody and no crime scene legal analysts say testimony from dna and forensic experts will be critical. her father is optimistic and hopeful the case will move forward. because to this day they don't know what happened to her daughter -- to sierra. >> we need answers more than any court delays anything. is just not knowing what happened is one of the worst things to deal with.
on monday judge will decide when the trial will start. her family plans to be in court and her father says he's never seen garcia torres in person because it will be too emotional for him but he feels the time has come. france the san francisco homicide victim are stepping up efforts to find the will to missing -- her two-year-old daughter. they went across the bay and posting flyers in oakland and emeryville. they are asking for any information about the disappearance of benefits. the tiber has not been seen since late february. her mother nicole fitz was found buried in a shallow grave in mcclaren park. on april 8. >> it's been two weeks and people move on with their lives. but i still think there's a chance she's out there. >> she blessing at the oakland apartment of her one-time babysitter and friends take a mother left her child there while she tried to save enough money to get her own place. a man facing charges of hit- and-run after he crashed a vehicle into an unmarked police car and then took off. it happened just before three yesterday afternoon.
officers say a police captain was driving an unmarked vehicle when he was head. after the crash the other driver was unlicensed the car the the damage then got back into the car and drove off. a witness was able to finance license plate number and within minutes police had them in custody. the captain was not injured. the justice department is withdrawing its request for apple to unlock cell phone link to a brooklyn drug case. attorneys say some were provided the passcode to the phone and prosecutors no longer need apple's how. apples opposing cell a request to extract information in more than a dozen cases in california illinois massachusetts and new york. thousand people are boycotting target after the company took the stand on transgender bathrooms. the company said transgender employees and customers can use the -- reading road match their gender identity and now a conservative group american family association says it has more than 30,000 people wanting to boycott the price target to
install separate unisex bathrooms. hundreds of silicon valley janitorial workers are protesting low pay while working for some of the most profitable companies in the country. since february they've been asking for higher pay and better protection from sex crime >> women say they've been simply rest while on the job. leaders say most of these 20,000 workers make up $40 per hour. workers with without a compromise they could strike as early as next saturday. it's a two years but san jose sharks a set of revenge against los angeles kings. the this the second round of the semi-cup playoffs last night. they cannot get the victory there are some intense moments. the kings rallied and tied the game from down three nothing. san jose pulled out the winter quarter. danger is consolation for 2014.
sharks were three games to none against the kings only to see la with the next four games. painful come back to watch. sick around sharks tickets go on sale at noon. information is found at ktvu in links. the oakland a's is the hottest team in baseball. the good for the seventh win in a row. they took their sixth straight game last night but going north the border in getting toronto blue jays 8-5. chris coghlan give a comfortable living with a three run homer. sonny gray struck out seven batters in seven innings of work. to record his third win this season. giants and the fans are will bring back an old friend. home run tink barry bonds received a standing ovation before last night's game. he's not hitting coach for the miami marlins it was the giants the came out swinging. this snapped their five-game losing streak by busting out of their offensive sotheby the marlins 8-1.
person has been taken to the hospital. this is all on high street near portland avenue. the fire reported less than one hour ago but as you can see the fire is now out. firefighters are inside the building and looks like they are in a cleanup process. as a figure out what caused the fire and one person injured we will follow any developments and bring them to you. 1000 high school students in la pay tribute to prince. [ singing ] >> the students were already scheduled to perform yesterday at the choir festival but after he died the director decided to any tribute to the program. the students learn the lyrics to purple rain in one day. they were not even born when the song came out. but they told the choir conductor that they could relate to it. >> would you be okay to send the musical tribute to the world? >> and that everyone out your
standing with him? and i still have goosebumps the king about the experience of them singing. >> the students from 31 different high schools in the la area. there are several events in the bay area this weekend to pay tribute to prince. a few of them are listed here. tomorrow a new dance party in golden gate park. that starts at noon. fiat chrysler is recalling 1.1 million vehicles worldwide because of the parking problem that is injured dozens. models include chrysler 300 sedans and dodge chargers made between 2012 and 2014. it affects jeep grand cherokee suvs from 2014 to 2015. some cars rolled away because of drivers mistakenly believe they put the automatic cars and park in the recall covers
vehicles the gearshift can be confusing. 41 people were injured when the cars rolled away and buildings people or other cars. carvers bay notified about the recall. anyone heading to the sierra can expect snow this weekend. this is what it looked like yesterday. there was a big back up at the chain control station in kingvale. truck drivers on 80 are being screened at truckee and need to carry chains and they are required all vehicles on 50 from twin bridges to myers in el dorado county. look at the snow. that's where our rain moved to. the good news is we have a break today. >> for more comes in. i think was married signs these perfectly. we get sunshine over the weekend and then -- offtake that credit. >> we want more rain. >> yesterday was hectic for
some but well worth it. we saw good rain. sometimes a from a come through and slick of the roads and make it a nuisance and then move on. but i have a look at the rainfall totals coming up in a moment. they were impressive. here is san francisco with mostly clear skies and the rain has moved on. temperatures now are cooler this morning with the clear skies. here is some of the rainfall amounts from friday. look at the moment in the santa cruz mountains. almost 1.5 inches. mount diablo almost 1 inch. san francisco over half an inch. breaking or is record. oakland not so much. but we have to wonder about that because i know they had a good amount of rain. they mitigate was not working properly. san jose 4/10 of an inch. this is good news. going into thursday night look
like were going to get some rain but maybe only quarter inch. and we actually cannot way pretty good. here is the system that moves to the east. another system will not bring us rain and it will move east over areas like seattle and oregon. but for us it's going to be the northwest so if we get closer we get to the upper level winds you can see how we have the northwest wind for today and it will be breezy at times especially at the coast. temperatures this morning 34 degrees in half moon bay. upper 40s redwood city. low 50s mountain view. actually start in inner east bay. livermore in the 40s. oakland hayward berkeley alameda in the low 50s as well. to the north bay cooler numbers. 43 napa. 45 santa rosa.
if you see the giants play today we have partly cloudy skies in the forecast. 61 degrees and the westerly wind 15 miles per hour. a bit cool at the ballpark. afternoon highs starting in the north bay 69. closer to the water like berkeley and hayward mid-60s expected. 63 san francisco. south bay upper 60s to near 70. 70 joel wright. if you are going to the coast we have rip currents and sneaker waves to worry about. here's the extended forecast. temperatures will change little over the next several days. partly cloudy skies and a chance for rain wednesday. the future cast coming up. my friends coming in this weekend fire weather report and
are excited. >> welcome. have a great weekend. it's usually a big deal and people at to see their 100th birthday. but a new pew research report finds a number of centenarians expected to reach 4 million by the year 2050. last year they were have to million centenarians living worldwide. some of the reasons for the increase is increases in public health and be better medicine is better but americans still have a ways to go to reach that milestone. the average life expectancy in the us is 80. >> when i was a kid it was only 76. we're moving up. they live different lives at the time but when event brought important figures together. up next to the mccarthy gives us his review of a new film elvis and nixon.
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south-central ohio is on high alert as always look for someone who shot and killed eight people execution style. because were part of one family . the shootings occurred in different locations. at one crimes in the killer gunned down a woman in bed while her four day old baby slept inside her. the shooter spared the lives of that baby and other small children in the family. investigators are talking to the relatives of the victims to find out who might be responsible for the attack and white the family was targeted.
a texas mortician was by the movie bernie is going back to prison. a jury sentenced bernie tita and 99 to life in prison yesterday following a new sentencing hearing for his 99 conviction of the killing of marjorie nugent. rossiter said he killed the widow to cover up his theft of millions of dollars. he was originally sentenced to life. he was temporarily freed in 2014 after the prosecutor said he believed he deserved a lesser sentence. new at the movies of all about the most requested in -- image from the national archives >> the prequel/sql does the weight and the huntsman here is kevin mccarty with his review. >> i'm thinking that all the latest new movies. we have elvis and nixon and also the huntsman. coming out this friday. the best films right now are batman versus superman and
cloverfield. we start of the elvis nixon. a bizarre true story. inspired by the famous photograph which is the most requested photograph in national archives history. elvis presley and president nixon it took place on december 21 it took place on december 21, 1970. the cool thing in the film michael stapleton the best actors is playing elvis presley and mr. kevin spacey as richard nixon. it's interesting to see them play a life brutus real-life president bruce is a fictional president michelle. the cool thing about the movie is the story is incredible. this illness inspired by the story elvis it shows up at the entrance of the white house with a handwritten letter trying to meet nixon because he wants to become a federal agent at large. the meeting actually occurs in the photograph is proving that meeting. it's an incredible story and the performances are amazing.
they don't necessarily look like elvis and nixon but the performances i think they became elvis and nixon and that is the shining element of a great actor. they can become that person and you believe they are that person onscreen than you have subeditor disbelief in the movie. it's a comedy/drama. it will make you laugh and also teaches you a cool story about this photograph. great performances and overall i give it four out of five. it's worth seeing this weekend finally the huntsman winter's war i have no idea why was made. the first movie snow white and the huntsman was okay. kristin thorne start in that movie as snowy. she was a terrible snow white and i did not think they need any kind of sql. this is a prequel/sql. a fairly be it's that realm. it takes before and after the events but it basically is
frozen. emily blunt character is the ice queen and she can create a sense no and i thought she was miscast in this role. this illness more about ever been in love between jessica chastain's character and chris hemsworth who is the huntsman. charlize theron is great but i thought emily blunt was miscast . the visual effects are amazing. and the action sequences are well done but the film felt completely unnecessary. why was it even made? i have no idea. it's not a horrible movie but it did not need to be made. i give it to a half out of five. wait for the rental. follow my reviews facebook.com/kevin mccarty. in san francisco the international film festival is
in full swing with over 150 films on tap over the next two weeks. one of us can take it shows from different theaters across as a. the 59th edition features film makers from 50 countries. it features premier's international winners documentaries musical performances and more. tickets are available online. staff and students and elmo driskell say they are grateful after a massive book donation on friday. >> i'm beyond excited. i literally have been trying to not cry all day. >> in fruitvale district students come from low income families and many don't have enough books to read at home. a saratoga woman who grew up in oakland wanted to change that and took the social media the goal of 2100 bucks. she ended up with 2500. >> it's been astonishing. honestly i'm humbled by how many giving people there are if you just ask. i love oakland and oakland needs help from people when that you live here or not. they still need help. i wanted to help.
>> delivery yesterday was part of largest but drive at the school hopes to provide more resources for their students. coming up with all the latest on a single -- sinkhole getting repaired. we krista dunn so far and what they expect to have it done. it's being called a shoulder surfer. we've been doing atms that has police searching for him. first
>> reporter: earth day celebrations going on today. we'll tell you how and where to celebrate in san francisco and the awesome items you can find. we'll hear from one of prince's closest friends following his death. his death. live look out the window of the studios. that's downtown oakland we are looking at. welcome to "mornings on 2". it is saturday april 23rd. i'm claudine wong.
let's get over to rosemary. >> we have partly cloudy to mostly clear skies. cool start this morning. for the afternoon a lot of 60s to end the day. here's a sweeping view over the rolling green hills. we saw a good amount of rain yesterday. anywhere from half inch to an inch in our hills. inch and half reported in the santa cruz mountains. half inch in san francisco. temperatures are cooler. in the last hour when we started napa was 14 degrees
cooler than 24 hours ago. around the bay we are down a few degrees. a nice rebound going on because we have the sunshine out there. here's a look at future cast. we'll be partly cloudy as we get into the second part of the day. you'll see a lot of green. meaning a lot of 60s. a few of us will touch near 70 degrees in the second part of the day. when i come back i'll have a look at the afternoon highs and a beach advisory for the coast going on today. if you are going to see the giants game i have those numbers as well. >> thank you very much. we just received new information about the crash in pittsburg overnight. a car hit a 14-year-old and 16- year-old in a crosswalk at the highway 4 westbound onramp. teens and another person were taken to the hospital. fortunately all had nonlife- threatening injuries. it is believe a third person was riding inside the car. we are trying to confirm or report that a second car was
involved in the crash. new overnight police are looking for a 14-year-old who took a car for a joyride and lead police on a high-speed chase. an officer tried to stop the driver on southwest boulevard at 1:40 a.m. the teen lead police on a chase at speeds over 90 miles per hour before losing control and running off the road their highway 101. the car hit a road sign. a 14 year-old jumped out. police set up a perimeter but never tracked the teen down. it is not clear what caused a $2 until bart train to go off the tracks. the train was on a test track at south wayward station and union city. it ended up in a mound of did. this happened before 2:00 yesterday afternoon. that area designed to stop reason away cars. only bart employees were on board at the time. no one was hurt. the new train was going 10 miles per hour. >> we were training our new
train operators on them. it is not clear if it was operator error or mechanical failure. >> it is part of a fleet expected to go in service in december. each cart costs $8 million. issues with the bart car won't cause problem for riders this morning. there is track maintenance going on. which means service disruptions in the east bay. bart is doing track repair and other maintenance work along the fremont line. bart says riders can expect delays 30 30 minutes to an hour during the closure. lights inside the tunnel could be turned back on after a crash left drivers in the dark. a car hit a power line yesterday afternoon along fish
ranch row. this morning we called to get an update on when the lights will be working again. we are waiting to hear back. a backup generator was used last night to partially light the tunnel. this weekend a lot of people will be pitching in and doing their part for the environment all to celebrate earth day. >> chris is live in san francisco. where things are going green this morning. what is going on? >> reporter: good morning. you are talking about going green. check it out. green socks in honor of earth day. earth day in san francisco. a big celebration. to give folks an idea of where we are we are at 22nd between mission and valencia. >> we'll have a celebration going on. we are in the city. we are celebrating mother earth. >> reporter: not a lot going on
here at this minute. today it will be packed with people with vendors and lots of activities. >> we have live music and kids entertainment and vendors selling arts and crafts. lots of great live music. we have seven different bands playing through the day. it is all free, too. >> reporter: that's the best price you can get. we were talking about the vendors out here. come over here for a second. we'll show the folks here. >> we are called word of peace. we are a family business. >> reporter: something cool, they make jewelry and bronze items. it is all from decommissioned and non-radio active nuclear weapons. >> yes. it is a family business. all of our beautiful products are made with what we call peace bronze which is created from copper wire cabling that
connected intercontinental missile silos and would launch the deadliest weapons in human history. >> reporter: now it is turned into something beautiful for people to appreciate. >> nothing is radio active. it is all totally safe. we have gold and silver plated processes. 20% proceeds go to veterans for peace. >> reporter: thank you for sharing your stuff with us. that's a taste of what is going on out here. there is ecofriendly cars. what are we looking at today? >> up here in the car section we have ford, toyota, mercedes smart car showing off newest innovations in electric and hybrid vehicles. we have arts and craft zones and healthy food. beverages and snacks. everything is great. >> reporter: people think san
francisco as ecoconcious. >> the modern time most people live in an urban environment. it would be nice to go out to the woods and the forest. since everybody is living in the city we have to remind them every day is earth day. we bring this here to remind people that today is a day to do something special. plant a tree. make sure you are recycling. save water. try to do something positive today. that's the main message for people in the city. >> reporter: what time are the hours today. it is all free. >> things start around 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. there is music through the day. an ecofashion show, kid's zone, arts and craft village. beer and wine. it is a great day in the city. >> reporter: earth day san francisco. it is a lot of fun. if you can not find something fun to do out here you are not looking hard enough. there will be all kinds of activities and great stuff. we'll do earth day reports through the bay area this
morning. we'll be heading to almeida in the next hour. we'll have fun there, as well. where ever you are you can do earth day right there. >> i love he said earth day is every day. it is really true. if you can't make it down there you can pick up trash, clean up graffiti in your neighborhood. all sorts of stuff. >> reporter: absolutely. it is about internalizing earth day. he had a great point. earth day is every day. today is a special day to remind yourself and think about it. if you can not make it out to an event pick up trash or clean up a beach or a neighborhood park. go do something positive today. >> thank you. crews are working to repair a large sinkhole in san francisco's pacific heights neighborhood. this is new video of the work being done this morning. the sewer pipe burst thursday
night. sinkhole ten foot wide. twenty feet deep. crews plan to replace the broken section of the water pipe today. >> this piece of pipe in this area had been monitored with cameras in the past 12 months and everything had been okay. >> crews are hoping to get that road back opened by tonight. police warning residents to pay extra attention when taking money out of the atm. authorities released surveillance video of this man. has accused of peering over the shoulders of bank customers and trying to withdraw money from their accounts after they leave. police are calling him a shoulder surfer. he tried to steal money from an atm from a bank of america on capital road april 10th. as people around the world continue to celebrate the life of prince we are learning more this morning about his death. investigators say he was last seen alive wednesday night after a friend dropped him off
in his home in minneapolis. he was found unresponsive in an elevator the next morning. autopsy was done yesterday. it could take weeks before we know what the cause of death is. hundreds of people continue to gather outside of his home to pay district. fans in new orleans organized a jazz funeral march for him coming up on monday. prince's music isn't the only legacy he leaves behind. he inspired a tech program to help young people of color find success in silicon valley. the idea came during a conversation about trayvon martin between prince and a friend. >> how is it that a black boy in a hoodie is perceived as a threat but a white man in silicon valley is perceived to be a genius. prince paused and said maybe it is that we are not turning out enough black mark zuckerburgs. >> he copartnered with labs to
host his african-american tech entrepreneurs. prince helped many musicians including his protege and oakland native sheila e. >> i'm not done crying. i'm still grieving. i lost my best friend. 38 years of being together and overnight my life changed. >> she said she and prince shared a passion for paying it forward. purple rain is back in theaters starting today. ing today. more than 80 amc theaters across the country will play the movie through thursday. here in the bay area the amc roxy theater is a place where it can be seen on the big
screen. the movie made $68 million when released in 1984. that sound track sold more than 25 million copies. s. you know what? in all of the pay services like i-tunes it was number one again. >> everyone will go back in time a little bit and remember the man. time now 8:13. earth day, the future raiders and if the victory party is in the works. up next we'll talk to the oakland mayor. president obama continues his trip to london. famous theater he visited that dates back hundreds of years coming up. it is time for our pet of the day. look at that face. that is cupid. he is an 8-year-old boxer mix. he likes long naps, watching movies and maybe he'll squeeze in a bit of walking. my kind of dog.
good morning to you. take a look at this view. it is beautiful. we have mostly sunny skies over the east bay. you can see burkeley and aquatic park area. we'll be in and out of partly cloudy skies today. the rain has moved out. temperatures will be on the mild side as we get into the afternoon. i'll come along with that forecast for you in a bit. >> thank you very much. bay area is celebrating earth day this wednesday. several events are happening today and tomorrow. joining us is oakland mayor. thank you for coming in. >> it is great to be here on a beautiful earth day. >> it is beautiful. i see you are wearing green. you have a tree on your necklace. you are all set. >> i'm always repping the town. it is all made in oakland, as well. >> this is a big volunteer day. in oakland you have 90 sites across the city where people are getting out there and volunteering. >> this is one of the biggest shows of local love.
volunteers, we'll have thousands of volunteers all over the city. many of whom come out every year for earth day. some who are trying it for the first time. >> you can go out and pick up trash and clean up graffiti. we had 3500 last year. probably more this year. what are some of the things they'll be doing. >> with this weather i think we'll have more this year. i love going to my local park. which is diamond park. it is so blessed of the the creek running through it. i invite you to wear long sleeves and long pants if you go to fossil creek to volunteer because there are a lot of blackberry bushes. my first stop this morning is in emerson elementary school in north oakland where i'll work with parents and neighbors. then i'm heading over to east oakland along the shore clean
up. go to oakland earth day.org to find out where you can volunteer in your neighborhood. if you want to volunteer every day you can go to oakland parks foundation. >> that's what we need. more volunteers. you can go out in your own neighborhood and do your own thing. start picking up trash and do something good for the city and your community. >> stewardship of our natural places is important. >> i want to talk about the new policy the police department is going to have where they are putting out the allegations of misconduct from the police department. what are your thoughts? >> it is incredibly important right now that we rebuild trust with our community. part of that is not just transparency but proactive communication. we need our citizens to know we are doing everything to ensure that we practice principled policing. that means not just abiding by
the minimal laws but going above and beyond to ensure our residents that everything is fair. that officers that are not suited for this job are removed or receive the training they need. that's part of this new policy. >> a lot of people don't know this wasn't something spontaneously that the police department did. >> oakland has been a mutually agreed set of reforms as part of settling a case 13 years ago. we find ourselves in a time where the entire country is looking to reform policing and make it transparent. >> you'll release twice a year of what is going on. you are not releasing officer's
names because of confidentiality issues. do you think the public will feel they are getting a glimpse on the inside but they won't directly know who is happening? do you think this will work? >> that is a law we are bound by. there are certain situations in which we are allowed to release officer names. we do that when we are allowed to. what is new about this, the police department has been making this information available. but on its web-site. what is new about this is that the mayor is going to be compiling an easy to understand report that puts this information out twice a year for the public to understand and let's them know everything we are doing to prevent misconduct from happening in the first place. >> i can't wait to see the first one. before i let you go we have to talk warriors. one loss two days ago. we are hoping for the best, right? >> absolutely. i have faith there is strength in numbers. this is a team for the ages. they play just as well off the
court as they play on the court. >> one more game in houston then they are coming back to oakland on wednesday. oakland is ready for them. >> oakland is warriors ground. we are going to be lighting up city hall blue and gold for our warriors. >> thank you for coming in. it is a pleasure seeing you. everyone get out there and take part in earth day. now we'll send it over to rosemary to talk about the beautiful weather we can expect out there. >> a lot of people outside for earth day activities. christian is heading to almeida. it is a beautiful day today. >> right. we got good rain yesterday. now we are drying out. it is that beautiful day out there. it is a little bit cool. but that makes it an even better day to get out and maybe do a little bit of work. because we need to keep the bay area beautiful. isn't that a gorgeous shot where we have a bit of cumulous
clouds building up over some of our hills? we are looking at partly cloudy skies today. we have a westerly swell building. the swell is reporting ten to 11 to 13 feet. that will create rip currents as well as large breaks up the shoreline today. if you are thinking of heading out it will be a cool day at the beach. if you are there that is something to be aware of. partly cloudy skies expected today. temperatures on the mild side. a lot of 60s out there. maybe touching 70 degrees inland. here's a look at storm tracker 2. the system that brought us rain and snow is pushing into the great basin area. that system will move east through the pacific northwest. for us partly cloudy skies and our northwest breeze will kick up at times. it will be breezy today and breezier tomorrow. temperatures a cool one in
santa rosa. santa rosa. 57 in oakland. 49 redwood city. lost the reading on san francisco this morning but we are in the low to mid 50s there. 51 santa rosa. east bay we'll look at a few numbers. 53 antioch. 49 alamo. 50 lafayette. extended forecast, there is the system i talked about a moment ago. that will continue to the north of us. you can see rain over washington and oregon. for us partly cloudy skies expected. i'm going to take you into wednesday. take a look at this. we have the next possibility of rain coming in midweek wednesday. we'll track it for you between now and then. partly cloudy skies. mild temperatures. if you are going to the game later today 61 degrees. westerly breeze. partly cloudy skies at at&t park. it will be a bit of a cool day. low 60s in pacifica for the afternoon.
extended forecast easy to read. we have temperatures changing by a degree or two sunday, monday and tuesday. with a next shot of rain on wednesday. >> what a good earth day. >> i thought yesterday duringearth day that it was like look what i can do? >> thank you rose mayor. bay rosemary. it is easier than ever to give back to the community sourcing locally and organically.
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>> i think we are smart enough to figure out how to do that. and the gun lobby doesn't want us to figure out how to do that. they want to keep everybody all upset and agitated. well, at some point they have to answer for that. on the republican side donald trump's chief advisor told gop leaders donald trump is ready to tone down the over-
welcome back. let's get a check of your weather with rosemary. >> you may need an extra layer today. we'll be cool to mild into your afternoon today. the rain moved out. we are looking at partly cloudy skies for your day. outside our doors we have a gorgeous view. is that san francisco there? is that the palace of fine arts. the dome shaped top. that is a beautiful view there. we have the sun shining overhead with clearing skies. earlier today temperatures
started out cooler. we are beginning to see a turn in the numbers as plenty of sunshine is helping us out. you can see over the east bay we have a few clouds building up over the hills. santa rosa 47 degrees. 55 san francisco. upper 50s in oakland. livermore 51. san jose 51. still a bit cool for inner north bay and inner east bay still struggling in the 40s. not as chilly as where we started. temperatures 24 hours ago down. you see the sunshine and you want to enjoy breakfast outdoors and a cup of coffee it is cool out there. you may want to bring along a jacket. here's a look at your forecast for oakland, almeida and burkeley. we'll be in the 50s for the next few hours. noontime 63 degrees. mid to upper 60s in the forecast for your afternoon
today. we are looking at partly cloudy skies to mostly sunny. here's a better look around at the numbers. 62 pacifica. 63 san francisco. mid 60s69 in concorde. 69 san jose. temperatures won't change a lot in the back half of the weekend. i'll show you the extented forecast, which includes the possibility of more rain. more on that in a bit. fire crews had to rescue one person from that house fire in oakland. it happened on hyde street near court land avenue. the fire reported just before 7:00 this morning. as you can see firefighters on the right side of the screen using a ladder to rescue a resident from the second floor. look at that video. you can see the person literally climbing out of the window to get to safety as firefighters douse those flames. very scary moments. that person taken down the
ladder. you can see two firefighters working to rescue the person. what incredible video that we have for you this morning. that person was taken to the hospital. there was lots of fire and smoke damage to the home. when we did check in a short time ago we could see the fire was out. crews remaining on scene. they are looking into a cause. new developments in the high-profile case of missing teenager. the man accused of killing her defied his attorneys and demanded a speedy trial. >> reporter: it has more more than four years since the 15 year-old disappeared in march of 2012. authorities arrested anton torres two months after the teen vanished on her way to school. every since her family has been waiting for justice. >> it hasn't been fair since the beginning. nothing about this has been fair. >> reporter: on friday, despite objections from his lawyers he
told a judge he wanted to stand trial within 60 days exercising his constitutional right for a speedy trial. >> what he is saying is i'm tired of waiting. i want my day in court. i'll ready for trial. it is up to his lawyers to convince the judge if they are ready for a trial. >> reporter: the trial likely may not start monday and may not start before the 60 somedays are up on june 20th since the attorney's told the judge they are not ready. public defenders may be tied up with other murder cases and can be in two places at once. >> this is going to be the highest profile case in the bay area since the scott peterson case. it is important things are done right. that it is done efficiently but done fairly. >> reporter: her body has never been found. prosecutors say her dna was found in her car and her dna
was found on clothing thrown in a field near where she disappeared. difference there is no body or crime scene testimony from dna and forensic experts will be critical. her father is optimistic and hopeful the case will move forward. because to this day they don't know what happened to sierra. >> we need answers. not knowing what happened is one of the worse things to deal with. with. >> on monday a judge should decide when the trial will actually start. her family plans to be in the courtroom. her father says he's never seen garcia torres in person because it would be too emotional for him. he feels the time has now come. more than 70 families are scrambling for a place to live after a fire destroyed their apartment complex. the twin pines manor complex that burned last friday housed
mostly low income residents, seniors, veterans and students. sunny dale community services is tasked with finding new place for them to live. in a hot rental market low income units are virtually non- existant. >> a lot of families, who are on fixed incomes, we'll have a harder time moving them. >> they have found homes for 11 families so far. the rest are staying in motels. sunny dale has enough funding to last the residents through the end of the month. they are hoping landlords will step forward and offer help. a gofundme page has been set up for all those victims. local and state law enforcement are banning together to stop the recent spree of east bay highway shootings. the most recent shooting happened on tuesday and claimed the life of a 28-year-old man driving on highway 4 in pittsburg. chp and contra costa sheriff's office are among 18 law
enforcement agencies addressing this issue. investigators believe the shootings are gang-related. south central ohio is on high alert as authorities look for whoever shot and killed eight people execution-style. the victims were all part of a family. shootings occurred in four locations. in one crime scene the killer gunned down a woman in bed while her 4-day-old baby slept beside her. investigators are talking to relatives of the victims to figure out two is responsible for the attack. police in georgia say a domestic dispute was motive for a shooting that left three people dead. the body of the alleged gunman was found dead in his home early this morning. apparently from a self- inflicted gunshot. he knew all the victims and some of his wife's family
members were among those killed. it took two years but guess what? san jose sharks got revenge against los angeles kings and started advancing to the second round of the stanley cup playoffs. kings rallied and tied the game. however, san jose pulled away in the third quarter. walked away with a 6-3 win to take the series. 2014 we remember when the sharks were up three to none against the kings only to see l.a. win the next four games and eliminate them. second round shark tickets go on sale at noon. information can be found at ktvu.com. oakland a's are the hottest team in baseball now. today they are going for their 7th win in a row. they won their sixth straight game last night north of the border beating toronto blue jays 8-5. jays 8-5.
giants and fans welcoming back home run king barry bonds. he got a standing ovation at last night's game. he is the hitting coach for miami marlins. it was the giants who came out swinging. they snapped the five game losing streak beating marlins 8- 1. the night still belonged to barry bonds. >> when i was a boy i wanted to be in the outfield and be a giant. i got to play against the ghost of my idols my whole entire life. there is no better story for me now. this is my family. this is where i was raised. this is where i grew up. >> he added he appreciates giants fans for sticking with him through the best and worse times of hiscareer.
a solar plane is coming to the bay area across the pacific. solar impulse ii took off from hawaii thursday morning on its latest leg of the journey around the world only using the power of the sun. the plane is cruising 93 miles per hour over the ocean. plane has 17,000 solar cells on the wings. that charges batteries to store power so it can fly day and night. solar impulse is expected to land at moffitt field later this evening. fiat compromise is chrysler is recalling first 4 million cars. some of the cars rolled away
because the drivers thought the automatic cars were in park but they didn't. 41 people have been hurt when their cars rolled away and hit buildings or people or other cars. earth day was officially yesterday. but it has been earth week, earth weekend. we have been learning about ecofriendly and sustainable efforts in the bay area. now i want to introduce you to ramen shop in oakland. it was opened by staffers two with committed to sourced and organically grown food. >> reporter: i'm here with sam. the owner of ramen shop in oakland. we talk about the philosophy. all three owners have a
philosophy on sustainable, locally sourced ingrediants that serve the earth for future generations. it sounds like you brought the philosophy here? >> for us it is what we learned. it tastes better. it feels better. you have a connection to farmers. >> three years ago you opened your doors. what is the feel and mission of the restaurant? >> we wanted to create a northern california-style ramen. in japan there is a tokyo style and smaller styles. we are trying to do something unique to oakland and unique to northern california. >> when we talk about locally sourced food. it is not a compromise. it adds to what you are making. >> these ingrediants taste better hands down. it is good for the world. it is good for the people who
work on the farm. if they thrive we thrive and the earth thrives at the end of the day. >> we mentioned three owners. one owner will take us on a tour of the kitchen. cooking japanese can you get your products locally? >> that is what we struggled with in the beginning. first thing we tried to find was nori. this is our soup that is stone broth. they are very popular. it is bamboo shoots from north
of sacramento. something that has a really, really short period of time. just in the beginning of spring. it was a component we wanted in bowls of ramens but it was hard to find. here we have dikon. they are green strawberries. they are not ripe. but then we pickle them. they taste fabulous. >> how does that change the taste? >> there is nothing like it. >> j.j. is going to show us how the make the ramen. this is a special machine.
you went to japan to get it. >> i take it from the sheets and cut it. ramen is three components. soup, noodles and an oil. texture is important with ramen. we do a good job knowing the cooking time of our ramen. we want it to get to the customer with right amount of bounce in the noodle and give as well. i wanted to make a traditional ramen shop and use local ingrediants. stan was into the atmosphere that started at shea. we try to do it here. >> thank you for the lesson on ramen. it looks fantastic. >> thank you very much. >> what a great piece. when you source locally the cost of trucking that around the country and the cost of the environment is all gone. >> they say a lot of times they go to their farmers market and take a look and that helps determine the menu for the evening and figure it out that
way. if you have not been to the ramen shop and you want to go it is usually an hour-plus waiting outside. >> it is worth it though. >> they said when they opened three years ago they literally still had the paper on the windows and people started pouring in. >> how is the weather looking for this earth day weekend? >> shaping up nicely. partly cloudy skies. a great day to be outdoors. we have sunshine in store for today. partly cloudy in the second part of the afternoon. a system continues to move over the north of us. not going to bring us any rain. may bring us wind. isn't that a beautiful shot? golden gate bridge and alcatraz. we have rip currents as well as large breaking waves along the
sierra some snow. for the sierra today will be dry. there will be another chance of scattered showers tomorrow. looks like 40% chance for scattered showers. it has to do with this system here pushing across the pacific northwest. not going to bring us rain but will bring us wind. you can see here that north westerly breeze will be with us today and tomorrow. it will be breezy along the coast and our hills. we'll have that not only today but tomorrow. temperatures in the upper 40s in santa rosa and napa. a lot of 50s out there. 5 of hayward. 55 redwood city. san jose 51. seeing giants play it will be cool and breezy. partly cloudy skies at 6:05. 61 degrees there. into the afternoon today 69 nevada. 65 burkeley. low 60s for san francisco. south bay locations 68.
70 morgan hill. 69 san jose. this mild weather, breezy weather will continue as we get into the back half of your weekend. not a lot of change. back to work on monday, tuesday, we'll have a chance of rain on wednesday. >> looks good. thank you. some over-the-counter allergy medicines and sleeping pills are being linked to memory ls. researchers studied 500 adults with no history of dementia. people who used benadryl, dimetapp and unisom have more problems with their memory. people should use allergy medicine and sleeping pills in moderation and not long periods of time. thinking outside of the box, coming up, if you are hoping to stay away from the usual flowers and do something different we have state-of-the- art gift ideas to help make
mom's life easier on this mother's day. mother's day. >> i feel great that i can help people in my own backyard. up next how many books one woman was able to donate to a bay area school and why she holes this particular school and the city so close to her heart. (music plays from one way or another )♪♪ ♪ i'm gonna find y♪ i'm gonna getcha ♪ ♪ getcha getcha getcha ♪ one way or another ♪ ♪ i'm gonna win ya ♪
students in an oakland elementary school are grateful after a massive book donation on friday. >>i'm we beyond excited. i literally have been trying not to dry all day. >> in fruitville most students come from low-income families and many don't have many books to read at home. a saratoga woman who grew up in oakland took to social media for a collection of books. she ended up with 2500. >> i'm humbled by how many giving people there are if you
just ask. i love oakland. oakland needs help from people, who whether you still live here or not oakland needs help. i wanted to help. >> yesterday's delivery was part of a larger book drive as the school hopes to provide resources for all of their students. a brand new $2 million bart car failed during a test run. looking for answers as the world honors prince's life investigators reveal details about his death.
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it is earth day. we'll show you how to help clean up your community and what is going on in almeida. we are following an overnight crash in pittsburg. how three people wound up in the hospital after this dramatic incident. ident. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2". you are taking a live look towards the east all the way in those clouds. you can see what a beautiful day it is shaping up to be. >> beautiful. a few clouds in the sky. and the sun is coming through. good morning. thank you for waking up with us. let's got a quick look at your
weather. lots of people have outdoor activities today. it is earth weekend. we had earth day yesterday. earth weekend today. people are planning on cleaning unand you have made a nice day for them. >> no excuses with this weather. look at that view. we have blue skies overhead. the sun is shining. temperatures are feeling better. beautiful look into san francisco. san jose we have partly cloudy skies. san jose 55 degrees. san francisco 55. santa rosa 53. they were in the 40s you were earlier this morning. oakland 59. livermore 56. intofor the afternoon we'll remain on the cool side. wide spread green. that means a lot of 60s. if you are headed to the coast, we have rip currents and large breaking waves expected for the
entire coastline for today. a lot of 60s for your afternoon. maybe a few 70s out there. here are the numbers. antioch 69. 69 concorde. closer to the water 66 oakland. low 60s san francisco. 62 pacifica. in south bay 69 san jose. north bay similar weather expected for you. upper 60s to near 70 degrees. santa rosa, napa 70 for the afternoon. i'll show you the extended forecast coming up. i have the possibility of more rain in the extended forecast. that's coming up. coming up. we just received new information about the crash in pittsburg overnight. a car hit a 14-year-old and 16- year-old in a crosswalk at the highway 4 westbound onramp. teens and another person were taken to the hospital. fortunately all had nonlife- threatening injuries. it is believed a third person
was riding inside the car. we are trying to confirm or report that a second car was involved in the crash. it is not clear what caused a $2 until bart train to go off the tracks. the train was on a test track at south wayward station and union city. it ended up in a mound of did. -- of sand designed to stop the run away cars. this happened before 2:00 yesterday afternoon. only bart employees were on board at the time. no one was hurt. the new train was going 10 miles per hour. >> we were training our new train operators on them. it is not clear if it was operator error or mechanical failure. or a combination of the two. >> it is part of a fleet expected to go in service in december. this is the latest in a series of train, rail and infrastructure problems with bart. issues with the bart car won't cause problem for riders this morning. there is track maintenance going on. which means service disruptions
in the east bay. bart is doing track repair and other maintenance work along the fremont line. bart says riders can expect delays 30 30 minutes to an hour during the closure. lights inside the tunnel could be turned back on after a crash left drivers in the dark. a car hit a power line yesterday afternoon along fish ranch row. this morning we called to get an update on when the lights will be working again. we are waiting to hear back. a backup generator was used last night to partially light the tunnel. this weekend a lot of people will be pitching in and doing their part for the environment all to celebrate earth day.
>> reporter: people are out here cleaning up the beach and making sure they make the earth a cleaner, greener and better place. not too bad, right? we just arrived. i have not had a chance to collect my bag. i'll get out there and do clean up myself. mike is here from east bay regional parks. can we talk about what is going on out here? what are people doing this morning and how can people help out? >> thank you for being here. there are approximately 200 people today cleaning up their local environment. these are folks who care about their beach, rocky shore and wildlife and they want to make a difference. they are here in the early
morning picking up crash. >> reporter: if you want to come out to crab cove can people do this? >> they can. it ends officially at 10:00 a.m. we have other beach cleanups through the year. people need to ask when we do them. >> reporter: earth day should be every day. people can do it any time and any place. if you can not make it to almeida you should do something somewhere. >> absolutely. one thing that's important for people to understand is that a lot of the trash out here is not brought here by people visiting it is through the tides. the tides wash up a lot of trash on to our beach and into our rocky shoreline. if people clean up the crash around their neighborhoods, a lot less trash will wash down the storm drains into the bay and into the ocean. that's one way people can protect the bay and watersheds
is by picking up trash around their neighborhoods. >> reporter: it can have global affects. >> absolutely. this trash doesn't always stay here. it goes in the pacific ocean where it is often consumed by wildlife. >> reporter: michael from east bay regional park. thank you for joining us. we see a family out here. i wonder if we can look in your trash bag to see what you have? this is it. this is the good work that's being done out here. you can see this family and the trash they have collected. it is incredible. you heard the message from east bay regional park, which is act where ever you are. if you can not make it to crab cove act locally in your neighborhood. sometimes the trash you have can wind up in the bay and pollute elsewhere. clean up around yourself. >> who are these people leaving
the trash out there in the first place? that's the best way to act. just not do it in the first place. pick up after yourself. it is really upsetting. ting. crews are working to repair a large sinkhole in san francisco's pacific heights neighborhood. this is new video of the work being done this morning. the sewer pipe burst thursday night. sinkhole ten foot wide. twenty feet deep. crews plan to replace the broken section of the water pipe today. >> this piece of pipe in this area had been monitored with cameras in the past 12 months
and everything had been okay. >> crews are hoping to get that road back opened by tonight. tonight. as people around the world continue to celebrate the life of prince we are learning more this morning about his death. investigators say he was last seen alive wednesday night after a friend dropped him off in his home in minneapolis. he was found unresponsive in an elevator the next morning. autopsy was done yesterday. it could take weeks before we know what the cause of death is. hundreds of people continue to gather outside of his home to pay district. fans in new orleans organized a jazz funeral march for him coming up on monday. on the road to the championship the warriors are up two games to one in the best of seven series with the rockies. scott reese has more from houston. >> reporter: warriors were on lock down testing their not so secret weapon behind closed
doors. results are encouraging. >> it feels good. you want to play and get simulator reps. it is always fun. you hate nursing injuries but to get shots and break a sweat and have a little competition is definitely fun. hopefully i can wrap it up more tomorrow. >> are you pain-free? >> pretty close. >> if he is lobbying it is only because he is not right. >> reporter: there is no debating the newfound sense of urgency to get curry back on the floor. rockets escaped with a win in game three. they are hungry for more. >> we are still down in the series. that one game doesn't mean anything. i want to keep the guys on edge and on attack. you can only be happy just for last night. we have to try to win another game. >> reporter: good news for the doves. back-to-back losses are a
foreign concept. it hasn't happened all season and with good reason. >> we have done a great job being resilient. if you lose a game it is not supposed to happen again. we'll come out and get it done. >> our guys are competitive. they generally get angry when they lose. i think that will be the feeling come sunday. >> reporter: you can bet the doves will play with anger tomorrow. that certainly bodes well. steph curry will be full go at practice including five on five. if he feels good it sounds likely steph will be back on the floor for the warrior in game two tomorrow. scott reese ktvu fox news. >> game five is next thursday at oracle arena.
if you are trying to switch up your mother's day gift ideas this year we have state-of-the- art suggestions to help get your mom up to speed in today's high-tech world. we have jennifer jolly here with high-tech games for moms. obviously moms like flowers and brunches. seems like we only talk tech for father's day. moms love cool gadgets, too. >> we love gadgets that help make our lives easier. none of the gadgets that i have reviewed and talked about over the past year do that quite as well as this amazon echo.
this is the voice activated speaker and personal assistant. i say what i need for mother's day is a clone. this is the next best thing. she wakes up to the word alexa. i love her. i have an echo in my kitchen and in my livingroom and one upstairs. she hears me from 30 feet away. i say play jazz music. she turns it on. play ktvu, she'll play whatever is going on at the time. >> empty the dishwasher. no? >> traffic, weather, sports scores, find recipes, set alarms. it is a unique gadget. >> this is $170 on amazon. i am buying one for every
mother i know. to up her digital game, check this out. this is the new macbook. it is rose gold. it was announced last week. why shouldn't ever mom out there have an amazing pink laptop? it is super tiny, super light. under two pounds. 13 inches. it works amazingly. ten hour battery life. it is faster, skinnier and more pink. i absolutely love it. just announced, not even out yet you can preorder this htc ten. what is special is it has a new design. it is light weight.
i almost always bury the lead on this one. 48 hour battery life. >> that's always the biggest problem. >> best in class front and back camera. polaroid snap. you snap and go and it prints the picture on the side. there is something nostalgia about polaroid. that is $100. wives wear. this smart connected jewelry is a big trend this year. it is a ring you connect with your smartphone and sends notifications. she'll ring and light up. this is the wise wear bracelet. it looks like a high end piece of jewelry. it tracks activity and sends you notifications. there is a panic button on
this. it will send audio as well as gps location to anyone on your list or police. it is a fabulous way to stay safe but also connected. >> we are out of time. give me the last one. >> you have to try this. this is the neck massager. you put your arm through here. this sat in my office for months. i thought these things never work. this actually works. i went to the gym and my shoulders are super sore. i'm like oh wow! it works the knots out. you can make it harder by pushing it down. i think that is amazing. jennifer jolly always some great ideas. great ideas. i'm going to be over here
working out these intense knots in my neck. >> i think claudine is done for the rest of the show. she is not coming back. >> which one did you like? >> any of those would make me happy. do you want the bracelet in case you are attacked? >> the forecast today is wonderful. >> yes. if we have this kind of weather on mother's day i'll have a lot of moms happy with me. we are waking up with mostly clear skies. the difference a day makes. a day makes. yesterday it was cloudy and rainy. we had breaks and rainbows. we had downpours. we had it all yesterday. today partly cloudy. cool temperatures. mild in the afternoon with a breeze. that sums up your saturday. santa rosa 53. 55 san francisco. oakland 59. 56 livermore. san jose 55. we'll be with partly cloudy skies. we have a system riding over
the north of us. it will cruise through the pacific northwest bringing rain to washington and oregon. it will bring rain and snow activity to the sierra for tomorrow. if you are heading in that direction be prepared a little bit of wet weather coming for the back half of the weekend. for us partly cloudy skies and north westerly breeze. today and tomorrow changes as we start the week. by wednesday we get a chance at some rain. future cast model into wednesday. there is saturday morning. sunday there is that system i told you that will bring rain to the northern states. in here, take a look. we have sierra with a few scattered showers. rain and snow showers. for us we are dry. monday, tuesday goes by. no problem. here's wednesday. by wednesday afternoon looks like we'll get a shot at more rain. that's good news there. keep it coming as long as we can get it. looking at the numbers. we have 53 in santa rosa. 59 oakland. mid 50s redwood city. mid 50s santa rosa.
president obama started his final day in london today touring a theater dedicated to william shakespeare. today is the 400th anniversary of the play write's death. president honored him by touring the globe theater which is a replica of the play house shakespeare designed in 1899. he watched hamlet. some very frightening moments in an oakland neighborhood. we'll show you the fiery rescue that was all caught on cell phone video. after the break a local coast guard ship comes back after its mission to top drug trafficking.
new overnight police are looking for a 14-year-old who took a car for a joyride and lead police on a high-speed chase. an officer tried to stop the driver on southwest boulevard at 1:40 a.m. the teen lead police on a chase at speeds over 90 miles per hour before losing control and running off the road their highway 101. the car hit a road sign. a 14 year-old jumped out. police set up a perimeter but never tracked the teen down. a coast guard crew is back home after seizing a million dollars worth of cocaine. they were welcomed home yesterday by family and friends. they seized $330 million worth
of cocaine during their 95 day deployment. they were able to intercept several drug smuggling vessels in the eastern pacific. >> we have not been home in three months. we are happy to be here. we are proud of what we have done. >> before coming them to almeida the ship stopped in san francisco to get rid of the drugs. organizers discuss their plans at news conference yesterday at the oakland museum of california. several black panthers agreed to take part of the event. militant group was founded in 1966 to oppose police brutality and was a controversial part of black power movement. the theme of the anniversary is where do we go from here? coming up in 12 minutes home run king barry bonds discusses his return while in
board of the train. contra costa minister is in jail charged with sexual assaulting a girl less than 14 years old several times over three years. the 32-year-old is still in jail. bond has been set at $725,000. he is a minister at pleasant hills grace bible church. check out these live pictures. this is sacramento street in san francisco pacific heights. crews are working to repair a large sinkhole there. this happened thursday night. it burst. our cameras were rolling when the street started caving in. that created a sinkhole twenty feet wide and ten feet deep. >> that happened back on thursday. crews plan to replace the broken section of sewer pipe later today and have that road back opened tonight. it looks like they are making good progress. they were out there before 8:00
a.m. >> they have been busy. i'm sure residents woke up to the sound of backhoes. >> all the weather this morning making this easier for crews out there and for everyone going out to take part in earth day weekend. >> the sinkhole was large. it took up the width of the whole street. good to see they are getting that complete. it is a great weekend to be out celebrating earth day. whether you are enjoying festivities or lifting a hand to do some clean up. we have cool weather followed by a mild afternoon under partly cloudy skies. in san jose we have partly cloudy conditions over the higher elevations. residual moisture is still in place. if you are at the coast today we have a westerly swell building between account 9:00
and 11:00. we'll have large breaking waves and rip currents today. we'll have a partly cloudy day. that usually draws folks toward the coast. 57 half-moon bay. 53 napa. 57 walnut creek. 59 oakland. mountain view 57. south bay location 55. when we started under the partly cloudy clear skies it was colder. now with the sun shining we are having the numbers turn around. we are a few degrees cooler than where we were 24 hours ago. with the sun out there it feels good. winds are calm. they'll be breezy as we get into the afternoon. here's a view of the day planner for hayward, oakland, burkeley, all the spots around the bay that will warm in the mid to upper 60s. noontime 60s in the forecast.
upper 60s expected for the latter part of the day. little changes start in the second part of the weekend. in the extended forecast it looks like rain will come our way. we'll look at the extended forecast coming up. this morning we have dramatic video from a fire rescue in oakland. a neighbor took this cell phone video. it happened on hyde street near court land avenue. the fire reported just before 7:00 this morning. as you can see firefighters on the right side of the screen using a ladder to rescue a resident from the second floor. look at that video. you can see the person literally climbing out of the window to get to safety as firefighters douse those flames. very scary moments. that person taken down the ladder. you can see two firefighters working to rescue the person. what incredible video that we have for you this morning. that person was taken to the hospital. there was lots of fire and smoke damage to the home.
when we did check in a short time ago we could see the fire was out. crews remaining on scene. they are looking into a cause. new developments in the high-profile case of missing teenager. the man accused of killing her defied his attorneys and demanded a speedy trial. it has been more than four years since the 15-year-old disappeared. authorities arrested anton torres two months after the teen vanished on her way to school. he told the judge he wants to stand trial in 60 days. his own attorneys told the judge they are not ready. >> we need answers. not knowing what happened is one of the worse things to deal with. >> on monday a judge should decide when the trial will actually start. her family plans to be in the courtroom.
>> it has been two weeks. i understand people move on with their lives. i still think there is a chance she is out there. >> she was last seen at the oakland apartment of her one- time babysitter. the mother let her child stay there while she tried to save money to get her own place. a man faces charges in thathit-and-run case in oakland. he crashed his car into an unmarked car driven by a police captain. police say the unlicensed driver got out of the car after the crash, checked out the damage, got back in the car and
drove off. a witness got the license plate number and police caught him minutes later and he was taken into custody. local and state law enforcement are banning together to stop recent bay highway shootings. the most recent shooting happened on tuesday and claimed the life of a 28-year-old man driving on highway 4 in pittsburg. chp and contra costa sheriff's office are among 18 law enforcement agencies addressing this issue. investigators believe the shootings are gang-related. south central ohio is on high alert as authorities look for whoever shot and killed eight people execution-style. the victims were all part of a family. shootings occurred in four locations. in one crime scene the killer gunned down a woman in bed while her 4-day-old baby slept beside her. investigators are talking to relatives of the victims to figure out two is responsible for the attack.
police in georgia say a domestic dispute was motive for a shooting that left five people dead. three men and two women were found shot to death in two different crime scenes in columbia county. the body of the alleged gunman was found dead in his home early this morning. apparently from a self- inflicted gunshot. he knew all the victims and some of his wife's family members were among those killed. it took two years but guess what? san jose sharks got revenge against los angeles kings and started advancing to the second round of the stanley cup playoffs. team it was up 3-0 when the kings rallied and tied the game. however, san jose pulled away in the third quarter. walked away with a 6-3 win to take the series. 2014 we remember when the sharks were up three to none against the kings only to see l.a. win the next four games and eliminate them. second round shark tickets go on sale at noon.
information can be found at ktvu.com. oakland a's are the hottest team in baseball now. today they are going for their 7th win in a row. they won their sixth straight game last night north of the border beating toronto blue jays 8-5. chris gave the athletics a comfortable early lead with a three run opposite field homer. gray struck out 7 batters in seven innings of work to record his third win this season. giants and fans welcoming back home run king barry bonds. he got a standing ovation at last night's game. he is the hitting coach for miami marlins. it was the giants who came out swinging. they snapped the five game losing streak beating marlins 8- 1. the night still belonged to barry bonds. >> when i was a boy i wanted to
be in the outfield and be a giant. i got to play against the ghost of my idols my whole entire life. there is no better story for me now. this is my family. this is where i was raised. this is where i grew up. >> he added he appreciates giants fans for sticking with him through the best and worse times of hiscareer. until recently trump was liberal on social issues like other new yorkers. a look at next tuesday's all the-important primary straight ahead. a plane powered by the sun expected to land in the bay area later today. historic trip across the pacific ocean.
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bernie sanders seems to be backing off. >> reporter: that's the question. one does bernie sanders need to get out of the race or not? that's delicate. remember hillary clinton was in the same position back in 2008 against barack obama. she stayed in the race through the primaries into june before eventually getting out. the delicate question isn't so much sanders but the millions of sanders voters, how do you get them if clinton is the nominee and it certainly seems like she will be to join her against the republican. >> we keep talking about this
every election day. is this going to be the day one of the major candidates decided to drop out? coming up on tuesday five states. do you think we'll see bernie sanders or ted cruz or john kasich make a major change after the results come in? >> reporter: if you mean drop out? no, i don't. i think sanders -- usually the reason people drop out of elections is because they run out of money. sanders whether you like him or not or think he'll win his campaign is a money machine. he has millions of small donations. he outraised clinton. she raised $30 million. he raised $45 million last month. on the republican side no matters what happens in these five states and it looks like trump will have a good evening. these are states that tend to tilt towards him. i think kasich and cruz stay in another week until indiana. which is winner take all. cruz has a good chance there.
my guess is this isn't going to be decided by the end of the primaries on june 7th in california. i think they stay in up to and including into the convention. >> i think you are right. so much to talk about this week. two major exclusives. look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning at 6:00. >> reporter: remember you don't have to get up at 6:00. you can record it and watch us later in the day. on the campaign trail presidential candidates are focusing on tuesday's primaries in five northeastern states. democratic frontrunner hillary clinton campaigned in pennsylvania. they have 210 delegates. she talks about balancing second amendment gun ownership rights with gun violence deaths sitting at 33,000 a year. >> i think we are smart enough to figure out how to do that.
and gun lobby doesn't want us to figure out how to do that. they want to keep everybody all upset and agitated. at some point they have to answer for that. >> on the republican side donald trump's chief advisor told gop leaders donald trump is ready to tone down his over the top persona. think doesn't want to do it yet. he thinks his audiences will get bored. ted cruz has been working to soften his image making late night tv appearances and having his wife join him on the trail. 170 nations including the united states signed the trademark deal to fight global warming. signing ceremony was help yesterday on earth day and comes four months after a deal with reached in paris. secretary of state john kerry signed for the u.s. let's go back over to rosemary for a check of our weather. we said it all morning that we
needed the rain. we got a good dosing yesterday. now here comes the sun. >> it is the day after. we typically move on. i want to show the rainfall amounts. like we have been talking about san francisco made a new record. santa cruz mountains picks up more than an inch. first a look at san francisco. you can see a beautiful view there. partly cloudy. mostly clear skies. the rain moved on. sierra is drying out. before we move forward look at these totals from yesterday. san francisco more than half inch. old . old
let's take a look at where this system is now. you can see well east of us there is another system that will ride through areas like oregon and washington. it will keep our north westerly breeze going. we'll be partly cloudy today and tomorrow. we'll bring scattered showers to the sierra for tomorrow. this system in here, as i go in closer, you would see that north westerly breeze. that will be gusty at times along the coast and in and out of the hills this afternoon. tomorrow we'll have that wind was. 64 walnut creek. 59 oakland. 57 half-moon bay. 53 napa. san jose 55. for the afternoon today we have mild weather in store. upper 60s expected for nevada and napa. 70 santa rosa. around the bay 65 burkeley. 63 san francisco. shifting south upper 60s for
the inner east bay. livermore going to 69. 69 san jose. 70 this afternoon from morgan hill. if you are going to see giants play we are looking at a cool afternoon. game time 6:05. partly cloudy skies. westerly breeze 15 miles per hour. 61 degrees expected. maybe bring a jacket. maybe a blanket for the little ones. it will be cool and brisk. extended forecast shows you little change in store for the second part of our weekend. as we get into monday and tuesday more of the same. by wednesday the models want to bring more rain to the bay area. happy about that. we'll track it for you. >> we'll take it. thank you. anyone headed to the sierra can expect fresh snow this weekend. this what is it looked like yesterday. there was a big back up at king
station. today truck drivers are being screened at truckee. they need to carry chains. chains are required on highway 50 from twin bridges to myers. a solar plane is coming to the bay area across the pacific. solar impulse ii took off from hawaii thursday morning on its latest leg of the journey around the world only using the power of the sun. the plane is cruising 93 miles per hour over the ocean. plane has 17,000 solar cells on the wings. that charges batteries to store power so it can fly day and night. solar impulse is expected to land at moffitt field later this evening. he was a star player on his high school basketball team. why authorities suspect the refugee from south sudan may be older than 17. a rescue dog in arizona has new wheels there. now think just needs someone to give them a forever home. me.
the movie made $68 million when released in 1984. that sound track sold more than 25 million copies. a man from sudan is in jail in canada. the refugee had been living his high school coach in canada for six months. when he applied for a study permit he told border services he was only 17 years old. upon more examination and seeing how well he plays basketball it turns out he is closer to 30. he is in custody charged with falsifying his application. a new chihuahua in arizona has a new leash of life. animal rescuers in phoenix took the chihuahua last month. he was born with a deformity in his front legs. when he walked he got sore
spots and callouses. generous donations came in and they pitched in to get him a wheelchair. >> he can walk around on sidewalks and go to the park. things a normal dog and owner might take for granted. >> look at that tail going. that is a happy chihuahua. joey is available for adoption. rescuers say there are other chihuahuas at the shelters. they, as well as joey, all need homes. >> it is going to be a great day to be outdoors for a walk or run. maybe some earth day work. you are extended forecast partly cloudy skies. a little breezy. today and tomorrow temperatures mid to upper 60s and 70s. we have little change in the forecast. we have the possibility of wet
weather coming to the bay area on wednesday. >> looking good. >> yes. >> all right. we appreciate it. thank you. thank you for joining us this morning. we are always on at ktvu.com. >> you can check out our facebook page. we are on twitter and instagram. we are everywhere. have a great saturday! we appreciate you joining us. g us.
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