tv KTVU Mornings Weekend Edition FOX May 7, 2016 8:30am-10:01am PDT
we are excited to have you on board. >> so far so good. i left a few breadcrumbs to figure out how to get back to the newsroom. you guys have been very nice. >> it is only your first day. >> tomorrow it all goes downhill. >> welcome to the family. >> if you haven't broken anything yet you're in good shape. we have some wet weather coming our way. this will wind down and we will dry out for today we are starting with a live look into san francisco. you can see the tower and all the cloud cover as you look toward the west. it doesn't matter which direction you look at we have clouds. scattered showers falling over the north bay at this time. areas like santa rosa come it has picked up in the last hour. stretching along 101 and into nevada, napa reporting rain as well. if you are making your way toward the central valley, sacramento valley area as well.
mill valley, maybe a few sprinkles in higher elevations. as we squeeze in a long san francisco, if you scattered showers reported here. we have some rains reported in berkeley. into the sierra if you are going for the weekend, scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to the first part of the weekend. we are watching some rain/snow mix right there at donner pass. is snow elevation has been really high, about 8000 feet you can see it has dropped down some a little bit. 65 degrees in the san francisco right now. upper 50s in oakland. 56 and one a creek. san jose at 57. these numbers are a lot like yesterday. for the afternoon, a lot like yesterday too. only going into the low 60s for the afternoon today. over the course of the day you will warm up about 10 degrees are so. 59 degrees to about 60 degrees
at noon time. low 60s for the afternoon. when i come back we will look at the futurecast model and talk about scattered showers expected for today. we will talk about drier and warmer weather moving in and the extended forecast. we are following developing news. the massive wildfire in canada is expected to get worse before it gets better. officials say it could double in size by the end of today. this is helped by extremely dry conditions and hot, windy weather. the fire hers burned more than 1600 buildings. 330 square miles. it has forced the evacuation of 85,000 people. authorities say it is remarkable. no one has lost their lives. a man has been found guilty of two murders including the high-profile killing of an eight-year-old girl. prosecutors say darnell williams shot a gun to the front door of an apartment in july 2013. only security was at the home
for a sleepover. she was killed and two other children and grandmother were hurt prosecutors say williams wanted to retaliate for a friend's murder. seven weeks later he killed anthony medearis because he thought he was a snitch. we spoke to the victims and. >> we have closure today. we appreciated the closure we got. thank you. >> williams could face the death penalty or life in prison without parole. the penalty phase of his trial is set to start on the 16th. police in canberra looking for two people caught on video attempting to steal a car early wednesday morning. some surveillance footage from the home shows the suspects entering an unlocked car around 2:40 am. and men is seen in the driver seat making several attempts to start the car but field. the woman is seen next to him in the passenger seat. they left the car and fled the area. the police department is dealing with another case of an officer being accused of being intolerant. the department announced it has suspended officer for using
language that had, sexual and racial undertones. the statements were made in february in the presence of two other employees the department has turned over the case to the police commission for disciplinary action. the force has been rocked by two other cases. police are searching for suspects in a shooting in east oakland. this happened after 6 pm near 23rd avenue. a man and a woman were wounded in gunfire. the victims are being treated at the hospital. no word on their condition or what led to the gunfire. oakland police radios and dispatch computers were hit with a round of problems this week. the system that officers rely on every day both failed. that system has been working off and on since wednesday. to make matters worse on thursday, the police radio system went down also. everything had to be done by hand. that included taking notes from
911 calls and hand delivering information. the department is transitioning to a new east bay regional radio system and was able to use that system as a backup. we did catch up with the oakland mayor and asked her about what the city is doing about this. >> the good news is that when the radios went out we were able to get on the regional system and get everybody out in the field safely, in communication. that is the permanent solution we are making great progress towards. >> the mayor acknowledged officers who say they are tardive breakdowns that jeopardize their safety. if the backup system were to fail, officials said officers could use their cellphones to communicate. now to the sexual assault allegations against dana stubblefield. legal analyst doubt that his attorneys will be successful in forcing santa clara county prosecutors off the case. stubblefield lawyers have filed a motion seeking the da offers
to recuse itself defense attorneys argue that leaks about the investigation, prosecution statements and press releases have prejudiced the case against stubblefield who is accused of raping a developmentally disabled woman who went to his home last year to apply for a babysitting job. >> statements made by the district attorney's office about his potential guilt and receiving a sentence when he is convicted. of these types of things, we feel, are meant to inflame prejudice and not inform the public. legal experts are not think the motion will be granted. the judge could issue a gag order. the das office issued a statement saying, our response is the evidence of the evidence we will present in court. we seek justice for the victim and the people. we have checked and it looks like hillary clinton does not have another campaign events scheduled until monday which means she will have the weekend off. after getting a strong show of support from both sides of the
bay. cpac fundraisers and public campaign appearances during her visit yesterday to oakland and san francisco. she headlined an event at the masonic temple auditorium at all or stops she said women's rights would be threatened under a donald trump administration. >> and i will defend planned parenthood! [ applause ]and people need to remember that he said women should be punished for making our choices and that he wants to defund planned parenthood. >> they fundraiser was for deep pocket donors. ticket prices started as low as $45. >> the fact that the tickets were affordable was nice. >> i have been a longtime obama supporter and i think she is a natural air to the obama agenda. >> protesters gathered across
the street. many of them were bernie sanders supporters and they held signs questioning clinton's time as secretary of state. the highlight of her visit was a rally at an amateur school in oakland. hundreds of people lined up for the free event. she was joined by oakland raiders players. the mayor and u.s. senators barbara boxer. the oakland fire marshal limited the size of the crowd due to safety concerns inside the gym. >> you can't miss some of bernie sanders supporters are rolling into the bay area in this red bus. members of the nurses union have been traveling across the country to drum up support for the senator we caught up with the bernie bus where volunteers set up a registration booth. the bus made stops in santa rosa. on the republican side donald trump is campaigning this weekend on the west coast. his plane touching down yesterday in eugene, organ.
he spoke to 4000 people at a rally last night there. part of his speech focused on hillary clinton and elizabeth warren. in a series of tweets she called trump, a bully who has a single play in his playbook, offensive lies thrown at anyone who calls him out. trampling on the attack. >> i just learned that crooked hillary, along with her friend, you know, she has this goofy friend named elizabeth warren. she is on a twitter rant. she is a doofus. >> well from supporters waited in line to get in there were a few protesters outside demonstrating against him. some prominent conservatives are trying to convince the republican nominee , mitt romney to run as an independent candidate. time is running out for him to get his name on state ballots for the general election. trump is reaching out to conservatives and is scheduled to meet with paul ryan next week. stay with our continuing
coverage of the race on air and online. we will update you throughout this election year. another political hot topic will be featured this weekend on fox news sunday. chris wallace talks to north carolina governor, pat mccrory over the controversial transgender bathroom wall. the legislation has sparked a department of justice investigation. fox news sunday airs at 10 am tomorrow. the political movement that just happened in the city of london which has -- is a first for any major western city. keeping children safe. a live report showing how the nfl is working to protect young players while they are on the field.
good morning to you. this is soothing. [ music playing ] >> i need some brie cheese. >> as you look over the bay. the cloudy skies. the rain is falling. that will continue for saturday but the system will push to the east and the rain will go with a. i will look at what you can expect for your bay area
weekend mother's day coming up. from that music we will talk some youthful wall. there is an effort to reduce the number of player concussions. >> this is a big issue. safety experts say it starts with good coaching and proper fundamentals. >> christien kafton is live at the oakland raiders training facility in alameda for coaches across the region are being told to instruct their players. it's all about heads up. >> reporter: absolutely. we were outside talking with the master trainer. you can see they have started the classroom trading. these are coaches from all over the state. i am talking quietly because they are in the classroom portion of their training, learning good techniques about concussion and keeping their kids safe. we will show you video as we make our way outside to show you what the next part of their day will be.
they are talking about youth and high school coaches taking part in this safety clinic today at the oakland raiders training facility. as we said this morning, the focus is on heads up football which is medically induced -- endorsed initiative led by usa football. during the clinic, john heffernan is the master trainer. he will guide these coaches through a series of drills to reinforce proper tackling and locking mechanic that focus on reducing helmet to helmet contact. they will also do seminars on recognizing concussion and what those symptoms might be. they will also learn about things like shoulder and helmet proper fitting. that is important if we are talking back keeping these kids safe. the coach said the priority is making sure the kids are safe. >> proper equipment is fitting. technique but also make sure the equipment fits property. we're not just hitting,
blocking and tackling. we're hitting a number of different areas when it comes to player safety. nothing is more important than safety. a win here in there will not matter in two years if the kid will forget about it anyway. >> reporter: we were inside a moment ago where you saw the coaches doing that indoor classroom training. they will take everything outside here to the readers training facility in alameda to put into practice what they learned. they will be teaching one another and critiquing one another to make sure they are blocking properly and recognize how to block properly to avoid head-to-head contact which can cause concussion. the idea is they take what they learn here back to their communities. they are hoping this spreads from here in oakland throughout the state. they are trying to do what they can to get the next generation of football players safe. this is one their learning fundamentals and this is when they learn how to be safe when they are playing the game. >> it's such an important topic. i enjoyed the tour you took us
on. what a treat for these coaches to not only learn about concussions and safe play but to be at the readers of facility. that must've been a treat for them too? >> reporter: i have to tell you. the facility is unbelievable. these coaches will be thrilled to see. the field is amazing it is just short of an nfl field. they have an amazing workout facility. is coaches are in for a real treat. the take-home message is safety. >> i know you are talking to the trainer early. i'm wondering -- we had the big movie about concussions in the nfl. a lot of controversy. today feel like they are also getting more inquiries and more people saying, okay, maybe this is not something i worried about before. i may have been a coach for many years but certainly parents are coming forward and saying, hey, this is something i'm worried about. >> reporter: absolutely. before we went on they had a pie chart of surveys they have done with parents. they asked how big a concern is
it for you and your child is playing youth sports? safety was the number one concern that those parents had. clearly it is on a lot of parents minds. that's why these coaches are here. to make sure they learn to keep this game as safe as possible for these football players. >> thank you. lets head over that way. >> i heard we're going to get a little wet today. a little bit. not too much. spotty shower's we have seen over the last few days continuing one more day as we get into saturday. we will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will be on the cool two-mile aside. into the afternoon showers will continue and taper off later tonight. mother's day looks mainly dry. outside, isn't that a gorgeous view over the east bay hills. temperatures in the 50s. 54 degrees in santa rosa. 55 in san francisco.
livermore at 55 and san jose, 57. i showed you the temperature change on this one. 1 or 2 degrees is all we are saying. this morning feels a lot like friday morning. as we get into the radar you can see it is also similar when it comes to moisture out there. over the north bay we have seen showers pick up a little bit over the last half hour. cloverdale, santa rosa, the stretch of highway 101 is a wet one. it looks like it stops right about rohnert part. to the east we have napa and areas over american canyon, a little bit of light shower activity there. further east if you are going to this year, scattered showers reported their with the snow level at 7000 feet. half moon bay has a few sprinkles reported in your neighborhood. i love this graphic because it tells a lot here is the center of the circulation here. that counterclockwise motion that goes around it, dragging moisture from this direction. a lot of folks, we typically see
the rain outline march from the north but it is coming from the northeast. normally from the northwest, today the northeast. this has been the case because the system has been slow to move. it was over the pacific earlier in the week and has been gradually moving with each passing day. we continue to be locked in this pattern. this will push east tomorrow. it looks like moisture will be out of our way here is futurecast into saturday afternoon. scattered showers and into the second part of the day, the possibility for scattered showers this is saturday evening. the sun is setting around 8:00. we are beginning to see that wind down. here is mother's day. mostly cloudy but mainly dry to start the day. maybe some drizzle tomorrow morning. here is sunday around 5 pm. not much sunshine but again, we will be dryer. that dryer weather will continue as we get into the
business week. if you're going to see the giants played -- play today, cloudy skies. 60 degrees at at&t park. downtown san francisco, 62. 65 in napa. 65 for livermore. here is the extended forecast. improving weather for folks that want to be outdoors tomorrow for mother's day. it could be a little cloudy and cool for some of us. the warming trend takes off as we get into monday, tuesday and wednesday. >> just in time for work. >> whenever you don't like something wait a couple days. mother nature is in charge of this mother's day weekend. london has elected its first mayor and it did so by a large margin. the labor candidate, sadiq khan won with 57% of the vote. he is the son of a bus driver and now one of the most prominent muslim politicians in the west.
his conservative opponent tried to link him to muslim extremist. the new mayor said politics of fear are not welcome in london or anywhere else in great britain. pregnant women cannot be kept out of new york city bars because they are expecting. the city's human rights commission has issued a guideline stating that bartenders cannot refuse to serve women drinks. new york city currently requires restaurants and bars to post warnings that dragging alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects. the commission world health decisions are up to the expected moms, not bartenders and bouncers. last minute gift ideas coming up. thoughtful and inexpensive ways you can show your mom some love.
(group chatter) dude, dude, dude. this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (group surprised and laughter) how did that feel? was it fun being stuck? i do not like getting stuck! so, the nissan leaf s only gets 84 miles on a charge. the 2016 chevy volt gets an estimated 400 miles or more on a full charge and a full tank of gas. how's that for not getting stuck? before you rush out today to buy a last-minute gift one not do something from the heart. >> pam cook was talking and has some fairly easy and creative ideas for mom. >> reporter: if you ask moms, a
want something thoughtful and something from the heart. often that means your time, not money. one idea is to rain to neck before her. something you can do together. maybe play tennis or go on a walk or stop by her favorite crafting place. you can take a class together. i have done this. my mother and i took a cooking class together. she still talks about a. we took a cake decorating class together as well. that was fun. another idea, you can load her kindle or tablet with e-books she has always wanted to read. if you know your mother's favorite author or genre you can download them. if you do not know what she likes there are mother's day suggestions that a great on new york magazine. if she does not have a tablet or even read or you can go to a bookstore and get actual books. gift cards are great. many say it is impersonal but if you put thought into it, it is thoughtful. find out what store she loves.
maybe one that mom eyes as she walks by but does not hope in it because it is expensive. that is a great way to get something for your mom she would not buy for herself. i am asking for something that happens to be very popular and thoughtful. clean out mom's car. we were talking about this. u-haul your kids around. they are eating in the car and changing in the car. it's a mess. that's one thing you can do. simply write out why you love her. whether you are in kindergarten or you're a senior citizen. put it into words. if you don't have a mother, someone who has been a mom to you come a write it out. dad, have your kids write it out. they would like to hear that. >> simple is the best. honoring a baseball legend. the unique way the city of san
between protesters and police in front of san francisco city hall. a well-known defense attorney killed in her home. we will tell you what we know about the suspect so far in this case. good morning. a beautiful shot of san jose. the sharks will be rocking there tonight. game 5 after a triple ot difficult loss. >> a tough one to watch. gray skies out there on the saturday morning. i'm claudine wong. >> let's get you out the door. we have a rainy saturday mother's day tomorrow but it will clear up. it will improve in time for mother's day but today we remain in a pattern we have seen day after day. clouds and scattered showers. temperatures are not bad. on the cool side for some. temperatures are wreaking into the mid and upper 60s for this
afternoon. here is a look at san francisco. we do have multilevel clouds, and rain clouds out there as well. the rain has picked up over the last hour over the north bay. we will shift inland and look at where we're seeing steady lately. santa rosa, windstar, cloverdale and along highway 101. also into calistoga if we look to the east. napa is also reporting showers at this time. it may have tapered off a little bit at the moment. this will move east if you are long i 80, fairfield, vacaville and toward sacramento. you will find some their too. 's body at this point in the south bay. in any event it will be light and body. it will not be much. we may see a 10th of an inch over the next few hours before it pushes out of the area. over the last 24 hours we have seen a 10th of an inch in areas
like san jose. santa cruze picked up some as well. for most of us it has been very light. 59 in oakland. 58 in mountain view. we are all starting in the 50s. by this afternoon we're all in the 60s. we will look at afternoon highs and look at the futurecast model and show you with a pattern will wind down and when we will dry out and warm-up. we begin with the developing news. san francisco police tell us they made two dozen arrests after clashing with demonstrators at city hall last night. those protesters are upset about recent police shootings in san francisco. they are demanding that the mayor fire the police chief, greg suhr. earlier in the evening the protesters chanted outside the mayor's office but were prevented from going inside. later, sheriff's deputies began
making arrests when the protesters refused to leave city hall. they created a chaotic scene. >> fire chief suhr! fire chief suhr! >> the protesters are in solidarity with five hunger strikers who have been taken to the hospital after refusing feed for 17 days. the frisco five are continuing their hunger strike from their hospital beds. police and san francisco are investigating the killing of a retired public defender. investigators say marla zamora was stabbed to death at her home. police do have a suspect in custody but they have not identified him or revealed any possible motive. a source is telling us the suspect is someone the victim new. the attack is not believed to be tied to any of her past cases. her killing has shocked the people who have worked with her in the public defender's office. >> everyone who worked with her at the hall respected her.
for this to happen to her -- it was just unbelievable. we are in shock. >> she worked on many high- profile criminal cases including one that did get national attention. she defended edwin ramos who was a gang member convicted in 2012. the three family members were killed as they drove home from a family gathering on a sunday afternoon in 2008. developing news out of sacramento. there has been an accident that left a chp officer with major injuries. reports say around 3 am officers were responding to a hit-and-run involving two cars on eastbound highway 50 east of interstate 5. that's one one of the officers who was trying to clear the scenes was hit by a fedex truck. the driver did stop after the crash. we do not know the name of the officer that he is a veteran of the south sacramento chp
office. san jose police have issued a silver alert for a missing elderly man. humberto ruiz was last seen shortly before 1 pm yesterday. he is a 91-year-old hispanic man . he suffers from a medical condition that often leaves him disoriented. he has gray hair, brown eyes, about six feet tall and weighed 140 pounds. he was last seen wearing a gray sweater. anyone who has seen him should contact san jose police right away. police in pleasant hill are looking for a missing 17-year- old girl. this is kelsie dall. she was last seen wednesday. police say it she may have gone to be with a boyfriend. she was wearing a light blue hooded sweatshirt, black pants, flip-flops. she also had a black backpack with her. police are asking anyone with information to contact them as well. there will be more track maintenance for bart this
weekend which means another weekend of service disruptions. this shutdown will be on a section of the fremont line. service between the pay fair and san leandro stations will be suspended there isn't going to be a bus bridge in place both today and tomorrow. transit is running shuttle buses between those stations. petaluma police say the poplar of the warriors is causing folks to commit crimes. police say reef went into an adidas store at the petaluma village outlet last week and ripped off steph curry jerseys from this play representative. he made off with 20 jerseys and drove off in a dark-colored nissan ultima. please call police if you have information. steph curry will not play in tonight's game against the trail blazers. the warriors are in good shape right now even without the nba's most valuable player. tonight is game 3 against the blazers. a win tonight means they can go for the sweep on monday at home. coaches said there is a slight
chance curry could recover from his sprained knee and may play in game 4. footage of curry and practice shows him looking good. he has the jumper he is limber as he went through shooting drills this week. >> it looked like canha bounce to his step where in the last week he's been slowly inching his way forward, moving a little bit quicker each day. >> tipoff is set for 5:30 pm in portland. this is a must win for portland. how about hockey. sharks have a playoff game tonight they will be at home at the sap center. this series with the predators is tied at 2 after the sharks lost a heartbreaker in a controversial game in triple overtime. the sharks thought they won on a joe pavelski goal but that was disallowed. the predators, mike fisher who happens to be married to carrie underwood had a big night and scored game-winning goal in
triple overtime. the puck drop tonight at 7 pm at san jose. the a's will play a doubleheader today against the orioles after their game was rained out last night at camden yards. >> a high drive, right field -- it is out of here! >> coffered with his fourth homer of the. the giants hope to make it 2 in a row. giants came back from a whole last night to beat colorado, 6- 4. rain and coffered, hunter pence all had big hits. willie mays turned 85 yesterday in the city of san francisco honored the baseball great. as a token of appreciation come a cable car was dedicated to him. not just any car, he was honored with cable car number 24. his uniform number with the
giants. he said he was a little taken aback by the whole idea when he heard the news. >> i said what do i need a cable car for? i have a car. i have a car to write down to here? i've been on one from the fairmont hotel down to the hilton. i said, it's okay. it rides nice. >> there is president obama also sending him a video message. he said that getting the cable car represents two san francisco icons coming together. president added that it's clear the city does love willie mays. you can expect to see plenty of lottery players lining up outside stores today. the powerball jackpot is at $415 million. the largest jackpot said the writer -- record-setting price of more than $1 billion back in january. numbers will be drawn tonight.
-- am i going to get what to do? there were answer is -- >> i'm not sure. >> is that a meteorological term? >> it is. here's why. the pattern in place is similar to what we've had the last three days. someone gets hammered and in other places we don't see anything. yesterday, around noon, we had fairly widespread rain. outside of that it really has been very spotty. it's been hit or miss. some areas have the chelated almost a quarter inch or so. some areas have nothing. we will stick with this pattern for one more day which means cloudy conditions. temperatures are not bad. relatively mild. isolated showers continue over the bay area. 53 in santa rosa. 55 in san francisco. 57 in san jose. here is a look at stormtracker to. let's explain why this is going
on. you can see how it is very broken up in nature. this energy comes in waves and brings scattered showers. then it moves out. to the north we have light steady rain. also in areas along the coast like bodega bay. here around napa and stretching down toward american canyon, light scattered showers. if you are on 80, the roads are slick at this point. if we stretch back here, not much going on. a little bit over half moon bay early on but that has tapered off. we're mainly dry over the eastman day. we continue with this pattern in place. we have been talking about where the low six. it has been making a very slow easterly track over the last few days. it was a way back here on tuesday or wednesday and as it began to move closer to california, we saw an increase in shower activity.
we had a good amount reported in some areas yesterday. you can see the wraparound moisture continues to drive our way. then spokes of energy come and go throughout the course of the day. this will continue to shift east and the rains will move out of here. this is what we have in store for saturday. this is it futurecast model. that does not mean san jose will get scattered showers at 1:00, it could be any of us. around for a clock, a little of the same. we remain with an unsettled pattern for saturday. here is mother's day. mostly cloudy but rain is shifting east. you can see some over the sierra. for us on mother's day it will be partly to mostly cloudy for the afternoon. it looks like the moisture will be out of our way and we will be dry. 57 degrees in san francisco. 57 in evermore. if you are going to see the giants today, spotty shower's are a possibility. 60 degrees with a southwesterly breeze. the afternoon highs around the
region, lows to upper 60s. your extended forecast shows drying out for mother's day. slightly warmer and a bigger warm up coming our way into the business week. a powerful storm is causing problems in central and southern california. late yesterday the chp shutdown northbound lanes of interstate 5. that is why -- flash floods and mudslides. the closure caused a huge traffic problem on the main route connecting los angeles and the southern winner -- san joaquin valley. hundreds of cars were backed up for miles. the northbound lanes reopened several hours later. southbound lanes into los angeles were not affected. youth football coaches across california are at oaklands supervisor wiener three facility. >> they are taking part in a program to reinforce proper tackling and blocking techniques. this is an effort to make sure you football is fun and safe.
>> let's head out to christien kafton, live for us at the facility. >> reporter: this will be a big day. and like you said, the focus is on safety with concussion as a major issue. also hydration. there are many issues they are touching on. those coaches will be taking the field here and putting what they learned in the classroom into practice. right now they are in the classroom. we will show you video of those coaches sitting in. these are coaches from all around the state that are getting together here in alameda and giving up their saturday morning for this safety clinic. the focus is heads up football. a medically endorsed initiative led by usa football. during this clinic master trainer, john heffernan will guide those coaches through drills to reinforce proper tackling and blocking mechanics which focus on reducing helmet to helmet contact. they will also have education on concussion recognition,
response in instruction on proper helmet and shoulder pad fittings. also how to recognize symptoms and how to treat a. a full safety program. the focus is clearly on concussion prevention. >> our primary goal is to teach these kids discipline. regardless of winning it is not about being teammates come of being respectful to your parents. my thing is to learn about doing homework. homework is first with me. i could care less about wins and losses. >> the idea is that those coaches will take what they learn here and take it back to their home districts throughout the state. we have seen coaches here from san francisco, berkeley, manteca, all around the state. they are learning about safety. the idea is to take that information back to their home district and make sure these kids are as safe as possible when they play this game. the president's weekly address was far more personal
than normal. >> this weekend i will take some extra time to say thank you to michelle for the remarkable way she does the most important job. being a mom. and i will give extra thanks to my mother-in-law for the role model she has always been to michelle and the countless selfless ways she has helped michelle and me raise our children. >> on the eve of mother's day, president obama honored some of the most important women in his life. he thanked his late mother for teaching him to stand up and act on his principles. pregnant women in sidebars. we will tell you why one city said bartenders cannot refuse to get a pregnant woman a drink
a man who was hit and killed 18 years ago is being honored with a charity event. rick devecchi was walking near his family's business on second street in berkeley he was hit and killed that the driver of a cadillac. investigators believe that driver intentionally hit him before driving off. the crime has never been solved. his brother is a photographer here at ktvu. today is the charity car and motorcycle show being held in his honor. look at this live picture from san lorenzo where the car show is being held. they have hundreds and hundreds of different types of cars. we were speaking to randy divac he who is one of our photographers. he was talking about all the different muscle cars and souped-up cars and motorcycles and as you can see, classic cars anything you could possibly want is there.
100% of the proceeds go to help save sports at schools. sal castaneda will be there as well. he is handing out some of the awards. a really great event it started about 23 minutes ago at 9 am and will go through 3 pm. a heated battle underway between san francisco and one of its biggest tenets. the academy of art university. the city attorney is suing the university for buying up nearly 2 dozen properties and converting them for housing. herrera said the university never obtain the required city authorization. the attorney for the academy of arts said the 23 buildings now house students. >> what does he want? he wants the students to be driven out of the buildings? he wants to close the school? >> the supervisor said the university has been in violation of city laws for
years and this is a result of its failure to comply. he said the properties could be converted into more affordable housing in the city. prom is one of the most memorable times in the life of a high school student but this year's prom is even more significant at a high school near cincinnati, ohio. colin asked marianna to the big game. she suffers from cystic fibrosis and received a lung transplant to survive. the donor was a former classmate of collins who died two years ago. just before the prom, caleb's family and friends met the couple to remember and honor caleb >> i'm so grateful. that i can be here. for caleb and all his friends. just to be able -- i know i am not caleb but i am a little bit of him. >> caleb's parents say they
miss their son dearly but feel like they have now gained a daughter. his organs and tissues have helped more than 70 people. it will be a very happy mother's day for an oakland family. the twins were born premature and went home on the medical center in berkeley yesterday. the boys each weighed a little more than two pounds at birth when they were born at 26 weeks. they have been in the newborn intensive care unit for more than two months. miles and walter now weigh more th fane pounds apiece. their parents say they are happy and healthy. >> i just feel so much gratitude today. i don't even think that there are words to describe how grateful we feel. >> we first told you about the babies because of their special birthdays. miles was born just before the night on february 28. walter came into the world on leap day, february 29. as we celebrate mom this weekend there is one in
particular who has taken her love for her children and turn it into a business of her own. coming up, how a bay area woman is balancing life as a mom and an entrepreneur. concerns are growing about the massive wildfire in canada. coming up, a big day police has grown and why crews are having a tough time getting a handle on the fire. it is a cloudy start to the day. scattered showers are falling. how much longer will this weather stick around? that's coming up.
here is a look at the some stories we're following. san francisco police say they have made two dozen arrests after clashing with demonstrators at city hall last night the protesters are upset about recent police shootings and they are demanding that the bayer fire police chief, greg suhr. the protesters are in solidarity with five hunger strikers who have been taken to the hospital after refusing to eat for 17 days. police and san francisco are investigating the killing of a retard public defender. marla zamora was stabbed to death at her home yesterday morning. police have a suspect in custody but have not identified him or revealed any possible motive. let's talk about the warriors. they are looking to take a three game to nothing lead against the trail blazers in the second round playoff. steph curry will the on the
bench. head coach steve kerr thinks there is a chance that curry could play game 4 on monday. tip-off tonight is at is at 5:30 pm. >> i said warriors are sharks tonight and you said -- >> warriors. sharks, i will be flipping over. >> it's game five. that will be a big game. >> it will be a good night to watch some of that. meanwhile, get outdoors and enjoy some of that activity temperatures are not too bad today. we will not see much change which means the clouds will stay in place. the scattered showers will remain in place as well. this is saturday so hopefully you have fun going on in your day. here is a view at the east bay hills. a lot of folks like the cloud cover. they like the cooler weather and rain. today is your day. over the last half hour we have watched the rain begin to pull
in over the north bay. this is more widespread than when we started the morning. into areas from cloverdale, windsor, santa rosa and stretching down we have light rain falling around highway 101. this will move over toward the coast. to the east we also have rain in areas in an out of calistoga, napa, american canyon and vallejo. this stretches along i 80 through fairfield. when we get into the central and south bay, not so much. it is coming. into the sierra we have some snow reported around donner pass. around 7000 feet, that rain and snow mix. if i move it backs and turn on the radar you can see the direction of this moisture coming this way. we are likely to see scattered showers move into the central and south bay over the course of the next hour or so. temperature-wise of your starting in the 50s.
57 in san francisco. temperatures will be very similar for today. scattered showers in the forecast. we will run you through futurecast and endpoint some of these showers. we are drying out for mothers day. details on that coming up. that massive wildfire in canada's alberta province could double in size by the end of today. it is being fueled by extremely dry conditions and hot windy weather. the fire has burned more than 1600 homes and buildings. hit is forced the evacuation of 85,000 people. police and military are helping transport people out of fort mcmurray right now. a man has been found guilty of two murders including the high-profile killing of an eight-year-old girl. prosecutors say darnell williams shot a gun to the front door in july 2014. alaysha carradine was in the home for a sleepover. she was killed and two other children and grandmother were
hurt. prosecutors say williams wanted to retaliate for a friend's murder. later police say he he killed anthony medearis because he thought that theirs was a snitch. >> we just got closure today. we appreciate the closure. thank you. >> darnell williams could face the death penalty or life in prison without parole. the penalty phase of his trial is set to start on may 16. police in campbell are looking for two people caught on video trying to steal a car early wednesday morning surveillance footage from the home shows the suspects entering an unlocked car. a man is seen in the driver seat making several attempts to start the car but feel. the woman next to him in the passenger seat is there. they left the car and fled the area. san francisco police department is dealing with another case of an officer accused of being intolerant. the department announced it suspended an officer for using
language ahead, sexual and racial undertones. the statements were made in february in the presence of two other apartment all employees. the department has turned over the case to the police commission for disciplinary action which could be termination. the board has been rocked by two other cases of officers texting racist and homophobic messages. police are searching for suspects in a shooting in east oakland. this happened shortly after 6 pm last night. police say a man and woman were wounded in the gunfire. the victims are being treated at a hospital but there is no word on their condition or what may have led to the gunfire. oakland police radios and dispatch raiders were hit with problems. the systems they rely on every day both field. the computer aided dispatch system had been working off and on since wednesday. to make matters worse on thursday, the police radio system went down at the same time. everything had to be done by hand. that included taking notes from
911 calls and hand delivering that information. the department is transitioning to a new east bay regional radio system and was able to use that system as a backup. we did catch up with the oakland mayor and asked her what the city is doing about this. >> the good news is that when the radios went out we were able to get on that regional system and get everyone out in the field safely in communication. that is the permanent solution we are making great progress towards. >> the mayor acknowledged the frustration of officers who say they are tired of breakdowns that jeopardize their safety. if the backup system were to fail, officers can use their cellphones to communicate. the sexual assault allegations against dana stubblefield. legal analyst doubt that his attorneys will be successful in forcing santa clara county prosecutors off the case. stubblefield lawyers have filed a motion seeking the district
attorney's office to recuse itself. the defense attorneys argue that leaks about the investigation, prosecution statements in a press release have prejudiced the case against stubblefield who was accused of raping a developmentally disabled woman who went to his home last year to apply for a babysitting job. >> statements made by the district attorney's office about his potential guilt and receiving a stiff sentence when he is convicted. of these type of things, we feel, are meant to inflame presidents. -- prejudice. >> analyst do not think the motion will be granted. the could issue -- the judge could issue a gag order. >> our response is the evidence we will present in court. we see justice for the victim and the people. it looked like hillary clinton did not have and other campaign event scheduled until monday which means she has the weekend off. after getting a strong show of
support from the bay area. she packed fundraisers and public campaign appearances during her visit yesterday to both oakland and san francisco. last night she headlined an event at the masonic temple auditorium which exceeds 3300 at all of her stops she told the crowd that women's rights would be threatened under a donald trump administration. >> and i will defend planned parenthood! and people need to remember that he said women should be punished for making our choices and that he wants to defund planned parenthood. >> the san francisco fundraiser was aimed more at the masses than deep pocket donors. ticket prices start at $45. >> the fact that the tickets are affordable for people our age is nice. >> i have been a longtime obama
supporter and i think she is a natural heir to the obama agenda. >> protesters gathered across the street. many of them were bernie sanders supporters and they held signs questioning clinton's time as secretary of state. a highlight of clinton's visit was a rally at an elementary school in oakland. hundreds lining up for hours for that free event. she was joined by some oakland raider players, the mayor, and senator barbara boxer. the oakland fire marshal limited the size of the crowd due to safety concerns inside the gym. some bernie sanders supporters are rolling into the bay area and bat red bus. members of the nurses union have been traveling across the country to drum up support for the vermont senator. we caught up with the bus friday at sonoma state university where volunteers set up a voter registration booth. the bus also made stops in santa rosa and martinez. donald trump is also
campaigning this weekend on the west coast. his plane touched down yesterday in eugene. he spoke to more than 4000 people at a rally last night. part of his speech focused on hillary clinton and massachusetts democratic senator, elizabeth warren. in a series of tweets she called trump, a bully who has a single play in his play bach -- playbook and calls out anyone. trump went on the attack. >> i just learned that crooked hillary, along with her friend, udo she has this goofy friend named elizabeth warren. she is on a twitter rent. she is a doofus. >> trump supporters waited in line to get to that event. there were a few demonstrators outside demonstrating against him. prominent conservatives are reportedly trying to convince the 2012 nominee, mitt romney, to want as an independent candidate this year.
time is running out to get his name on state ballots for the general election in november. trump is reaching out to conservatives. he is scheduled to meet with paul ryan next week. we have continuing coverage of the race for the white house on air and online as well. we will keep you updated throughout this election year. another political hot topic will be featured this weekend on fox news sunday. chris wallace is talking to north carolina governor, pat mccrory over the controversial transgender bathroom wall. the legislation has sparked a department of justice investigation. fox news sunday airs at 10 am tomorrow right after mornings on 2. breaking down areas. the political move that just happened in london which was a first for any major western city. keeping kids safe. a live report showing how the nfl is working to protect young football players while they are on the field.
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the prius actually belongs on the table. happy saturday to you. we have a beautiful view their. is cloudy sky over san francisco. all of us waking up with cloud cover. overcast skys will stick around for saturday. scattered showers included there as well. details on your forecast coming up. heads up. that is the motto of a youth football program that once coaches to teach the players. >> the program is hosting a safety clinic right now at the randy devecchi headquarters in alameda. >> christien kafton joins us live. he is at the facility where the
organizers are stressing fun and fundamentals. >> reporter: good morning. the raiders are hosting this. coaches are meeting inside the team meeting room. this is where the players sit to go over game footage. this room is filled with high school and youth football coaches. the focus of is on everything from his sickness prevention to proper fitting and safety equipment. how to properly take care of a child who has sudden cardiac arrest. clearly the is a focus on concussion. i had master trainer, john heffernan, who was holding the clinic walk me through the proper heating technique to avoid helmet contact. the idea is to keep the head to the side to protect those players as much as possible. organizers and coaches agree that safety is the number one priority. even more important than winning. >> nothing is more important than the safety. a win here in there is not going to matter in two years if
he will forget about it. make sure those kids are being taken care of and they are not on the field unless they are 100%. >> >> reporter: the key is these coaches will take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to the field. i think we have a coach brey here. are you having a good time in the class? are you learning a lot of techniques? >> yes. they are teaching about heads up safety and concussion. >> taking it back to your boys who are playing? >> yes. this is great. >> reporter: that was completely unscripted and plan. these coaches will take this outside and putting those techniques they learn into practice. >> he can tell that coach is a raider fan. he has the hat, everything. we are hoping for a good morning out there. it may rain a little bit because it is damp for folks on this saturday morning. not too bad. if you of outdoor plants tomorrow you are probably in
good shape >> yes. we will remain cloudy and temperatures will come up slightly for mother's day. today we will see a repeat of what we had on friday. cloudy skies and temperatures starting this morning similar to yesterday. we will and the day very similar to yesterday. at this hour showers are beginning to increase as a wave of energy move through the bay area. we're starting in the north bay and shifting to portions of the central bay. we will stop the raider and look at what is going on. petaluma, areas down through highway 101 has rain falling. over a king county -- american can -- american canyon and the east bay into fairfield has light rain as well. let's look at the peninsula. we have light rain falling over the sunset district. so salida is included in that.
let's shift east and look. that stretch on the east bay shoreline, light rain falling at that point. this is moving east toward areas like antioch and brentwood. here is a look at the system that is moving east. as it continues to move you can see the wraparound moisture going in this direction. it will push east as well. today is the last day where we will be in this pattern of cloudy skies and on and off spotty shower's. it will take the next 24 hours before it moves out of the way. that leaves us with mother's day mostly cloudy and mainly dry. temperatures are under a cloudy sky, if you 9 degrees in oakland. 60 degrees in sfo. for the afternoon you can see a lot of cloud cover. that will not go away. into the second part of the day
a lot of green on the screen. in this case it means 60s, low 60s at the coast. low to mid 60s around the bay. some spots will get into the upper 60s. morgan hill at 66. 66 for oakland. low 60s in san francisco. the extended forecast with the bay area weekend always in view shows showers taper off tonight. but tomorrow we're mostly cloudy and may start the day with a little bit of drizzle. a mostly dry forecast for mother's day. temperatures will come up a few degrees the warming trend continues into the business week. >> by monday it's all good. london has elected its first muslim mayor. it did so by a large margin. british labour party candidate, sadiq khan, one with 57% of the vote. he was a human rights lawyer and is now one of the most prominent muslim politicians in the west.
during the campaign his conservative opponent tried to link him to muslim extremists. the new mayor said politics of fear are not welcome in london or anywhere else in great britain. pregnant women cannot be kept out of new york city bars because they are expecting. the city's human rights commission issued a new set of guidelines that stated that bartenders cannot refuse to serve pregnant women drinks. . city requires restaurants and bars to post warnings that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects. the commission ruled health decisions are up to the expected mothers, not the bartenders or bouncers. it is mother's day weekend and we want to introduce you to a woman who is a mother and entrepreneur. she started her own business and she has created a line of products that fulfill her dream but helps other mothers take better care of themselves. >> reporter: for allison her studio is about skincare and great products. but it is also about a dream finally coming true. >> i think i've always known
that i had big dreams and wanted to own my own business. honestly it was a little scary. i loved working at a day spa for nine years. and managed a studio for a year and got experience. then my clients told me that i should open my own place. >> reporter: she did that. she won awards. now she has her own skincare line called allison marie beauty. >> their products out there that smell good and feel good but they do nothing. there is a place for that but my skincare line is more results based. >> reporter: this result focused on what clients have told her over and over again. >> i find that clients are looking for antiaging but they still want to feel pampered. they want to be in a beautiful place. >> reporter: this client is the mother of two boys and knows what she is looking for. >> antiaging products. and some advice on what to use. >> reporter: she said as they
got older she started taking better care of herself. >> i think i've noticed a difference once i turned 40 and needed to take more precautions. i would come more if i had the opportunity. >> reporter: it's the struggles that she said she is familiar with. she knows what it's like to try to balance it all. >> i have been married for 20 years to my high school sweetheart. we have two daughters. my business is close to where i live so i love being accessible. i can drop them off at school number come to work and pick them up at the end of the day. >> reporter: she said everything she does is about balancing the role of mom and businesswoman. she said that is why her line was such a critical part of what she does. allowing her to help people when they come in -- >> not only with your skin have an antiaging benefit but it will calm and soothe the skin. >> reporter: and taking care of them when they can't. >> there's a myth that getting facials is the best way to get results. the products used at home you use them twice a day everyday. i wanted my products to be simple.
i wanted there to be a few key steps. takes some of the guesswork out of what works and what doesn't work. >> reporter: it's a philosophy that has guided her dreams. >> i would do have more time with the kids and it's been great for my kids to see me as a strong businesswoman. i am their role model now. >> reporter: for allison, as her dreams have grown it seems her biggest competition may come from one of her many knees. who already has dreams of her own. >> my oldest daughter is 10. she wants to work with mommy. my skincare line is called allison. she said i may need to change the name. i made to -- need to put my name on it. >> you can see more amazing moms later today on bay area people. it will air at its regular time. will run it again at a special time at 1 pm here on ktvu. don't miss that special mother's day show.
christmas and thanksgiving came early for a family in delaware. >> this airman returned home after a six-month deployment. check out how he snuck up on his unsuspecting son. >> can i sit here? >> dad? >> priceless. the airman got quite a hug from his son joshua. the region did not stop there. the airman also surprised his daughter at her school. he skype with his family during deployment but said there is nothing like physical bond between a parent in a child. >> and that hug. that was the best. so sweet. are we going to whether or not? a last check?
>> it is the weekend. people want to be out in the back. make sure you have the jacket just in case we are locked in the soggy pattern for one more day. we have a mix of clouds and spotty shower's in the forecast. as we get into the afternoon we will have scattered showers. mother's day is mostly cloudy but mainly dry. it will be an improvement >> not just mother's day but derby day. >> this is true. i have hats for you too. >> my first show and i am going home with a prize. >> the kentucky derby is tomorrow at 3:34 pacific time. >> nyquist is a three-year-old out of kentucky. others include exaggerator. other entries -- if you've
never been there, the infield is a big cocktail party. all the cool hats are up in the stands. >> we are missing our mental juleps right now. >> there are no mental juleps here? >> we will take it. tay thanks for joining us. have a great saturday. lebr don't miss your chance to see it all dazzle. come celebrate new beginnings like hyperspace mountain... and premiering this summer, frozen, a musical spectacular... plus an all new soarin'. so come to the place where summer dazzles. and right now, you can save on premium rooms at a disneyland resort hotel.
when disaster strikes the space program.pace what you didn't know about the space shuttle challenger tragedy and how nasa grew stronger because of it. plus, the high school students who sent an experiment into space. - you heard like everyone go, "oh my god." - [emily] only to see it explode into flames. from failure comes progress. find out how on xploration outer space. - welcome to xploration outer space. i'm emily calandrelli and we're at the kennedy space center visitor complex near cape canaveral, florida. and this, is the rocket garden. it honors the brave women and men who have made the exploration of outer space possible. but, with any adventure there are some dangers, too. and, there have been major, sometimes tragic setbacks.