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with the meeting with north koreaa leader kim jong un. >> we will have the latest on a deadly hit and run on an east bay street coming up. >> there is a break for a while
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here, so we will get partly sunny, mostly sunny, and there is a system from the north, that is producing some rain, this is what we are focused on for tomorrow, most of the forecast models are dry toward monterey south, but it is too close. there are some 30s, and 40s and 50s, also fog. santa cruz, saratoga, 46, the cloud cover will start to increase later today, and there it is. swinging in from the west, southwest, there is a lot here, but partly cloudy this afternoon. you are looking at highway 24, and there is some sunshine out there, steve, right now, so i will show it to the viewers.>> but on your other camera, you are seeing fog.>> exactly. the good thing is, the traffic is the best it has been all
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week, remember highway 24, i don't have to remind you, it has been slow doing various things. that is backed up, we are having a typical commute there. it is a little foggy in oakland, just as steve mentioned, just a few miles away from that picture at lafayette. a little bit of sewing at 101, but for the most part we are off to a nice start. let's go back to the desk. a house is on fire in concord, you're looking at live pictures here, one of our traffic cameras, fire officials say a single-family home is burning there, the camera is pushing in a little bit, you can see some of the smoke in the middle of the screen. we have not heard about anyone being hurt or even how this fire started, but we will keep an eye on this developing story and bring you new information as soon as we get it. in oakland, a pedestrian
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was killed overnight in a hit and run. it happened on san pablo avenue and 33rd, about a half-mile from the macarthur bart station. you have been out there a while, and as investigators are looking for answers and evidence, what do you know?>> reporter: good morning. we are here on san pablo avenue, and we are hearing that the on scene investigation here could wind up to reopen between 32nd and 33rd street within the hour. for now, officers are still on scene, blocking the road, they are still trying to determine what happened here this morning. police are confirming the victim in this case was an african-american female in her 40s, the vehicle was heading northbound at around 2:08 this morning, and police are telling us, this happened this morning.
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they believe the vehicle was a dark vehicle, possibly metallic blue, it will have front end damage from this accident. the suspect continued northbound following that exit -- accident, so police are asking anybody if you have any information, to contact them and provide that information. you can see one of the next avenues that officers tell me they will be pursuing, you can see that there are video cameras in the area, and police are hoping these cameras picked up the accident, and it will provide critical information for them to find the vehicle. officers believe the have -- they have the identity of the victim, but they are not releasing any information. we're waiting to find out more about that, and hopefully get pictures later on today from
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the city video surveillance. please identify the man in connection with a hit-and-run on wednesday that killed a young woman, authorities are trying to find a 29-year-old, they are calling him a person of interest. investigators say, they believe his hair is shorter now, and he has convictions on weapons charges and stealing cars. last night, there was a vigil for a high school senior, a sober gmc jumped the curb -- silver gmc jumped the curb and hit her. she planned to join the navy or play basketball after graduating from high school.>> she had good grades, she was just a nice, loving good person overall, and i feel like i failed her. she could have had somebody with her, somebody could have gave her a ride.>>
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investigators say, the driver pulled out and ran away. here are some photos. the grandfather visited the crash site. there has been a diplomatic breakthrough with the north korea president, trump has agreed to meet face-to-face with north korean leader, kim jong un. it was a surprising announcement, but there is plenty of skepticism.>> there are a lot of things about this meeting that are still unknown, where and when it would happen, for instance. the fact that both leaders have agreed to make it happen is a shocking turn of events. trump versus kim jong un, a meeting that was just unthinkable, and now it is on track to happen. now, last night just outside the white house, the national security advisor just spoke to
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the president.>> president trump said, he would meet kim jong un , to achieve denuclearization. >> what is he up to? according to south korea, he is all give right now, agreeing to put a halt to the missile, and even understanding that military exercises will continue, something he has always seen as a provocation. for president trump, cautious optimism, saying, sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached.>> this would be a really big deal if it comes through.>> those who watch north korea closely are skeptical because there is a history there of ignoring one deal after another. what is different this time? president trump has been waging a maximum pressure campaign, there may be more pressure coming from china or growing concerns in the north about u.s. military contingency plans, or it may all be
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forgotten in time.>> we need to slow down a little bit and see what the north koreans are really offering.>> among those weighing in, former nba star and friend of kim jong un, dennis rodman who said, well done. we are now hearing from the 911 calls made during that deadly school shooting in parkland, florida. >> this is devastating to listen to, the sheriff's office also released recordings of 10 of the 81 calls that the 911
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center received. the first responding deputies arrived two minutes after the first 911 call. this week, the confessed school shooter was formally charged on 34 accounts, including 17 accounts of premeditated murder in the first degree. he could get the death penalty if convicted. students are holding a rally to protest on violence in memory of the victims of the florida school shooting. it begins at 4:00 at city hall on bullinger canyon road. still ahead, making the president's new tariffs official, the order on imported steel and aluminum, when those tariffs will take effect, and how the president says it will save jobs in this country. the mayoral candidate is coming up next, and why snoop dogg is showing his support.
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less than three months, san francisco will elect a new mayor.>> last night, six candidates answered questions that ranged from the homelessness crisis to housing in san francisco.>> we were in the neighborhood, and we have some of the details.>> it is very difficult to explain intricate complicated situations.>> they braved inside the lgbt community center on market street.
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ed lee died of a heart attack, and they are looking to replace him. the topics ranged from mental health and shelters to corporate aid to the community and the sharing economy, to century cities and undocumented immigrants.>> this is a very challenging time, our crisis of homelessness and housing affordability and availability are really out of control. and, people want to know, what are you going to do about it? >> we need to invest in the infrastructure like our public schools, public housing, community college, early child education, help regrow our middle-class and support our working-class in san francisco.>> we are in a chronic situation with the transient issue, and so many people are suffering, i would like to see things get better sooner, faster.>> we've had the same issues facing san
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francisco for years, and we want to know, what is it that you are actually going to do? i've outlined that on my website . >> san francisco need somebody who is bold, fearless, prepared to take on many of the challenges that we know exist in our city, and are prepared to do just that. coming up, the san francisco mayor is going to join us live, we will talk about a range of issues facing the city, including federal immigration laws, and health san francisco -- how san francisco is at odds with president trump. she has the support of snoop dogg in her bid to become mayor of san francisco. he said, it is time and accomplished woman led the senate, and the video gets a brief history of san francisco's mayors, highlighting feinstein as the only woman to hold office, he says, that was then, and
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london breed is now. >> he has almost 18 million followers on twitter, and the message is out. we will help you get out the door, thank goodness we are having a good day after this week.>> that is right, you may call in sick, maybe. here it is, highway 24 looks better, definitely. and, it is a little bit slow at lafayette, but compared to what we had these last few days, this is a welcomed sight. even 680 is not that slow this morning as we look at the bay bridge, that is about typical, it is jammed up for a 20 minute delay at least, maybe a little longer if you are at the end of the line. this is a look at interstate 880. some of our cameras are fogged,
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we can see what's going on. so, we can show you the maps. northbound 280, that looks pretty good. but, that fog, let's go to steve.>> there is a lot of it. 20 to go around. it is more widespread now, and there are some reports over from san antonio, even some areas around the bay, up to santa rosa, napa, and above, mostly sunny, and sunday is the first sailboat race of the season. i think you will get more of a westerly breeze is that kicks in. it'll be cloudy tomorrow with some rain developing but, the thick fog is the big story this
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morning. next week is looking pretty good. it'll be a colder pattern as we go into wednesday, thursday, and friday. the rain is favoring the monterey pencil. i tend to favor that, so that looks to be the trend, there may not be that much but this system goes 5100 miles to the north, and everybody will get it. that looks about right. what we are watching is coming in from the tropics, it is barreling in big-time, it'll be her -- here late with clouds. there is some big differences in the temperatures. yet, up above that fog, we are
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getting some sunshine, but the cloud cover is already racing it, and it'll be here later this afternoon and into tonight and tomorrow. it does look like more monterey south than for us. it looks like a mild afternoon after we get through some of that fog, tomorrow will be cloudy with some rain, it'll clear out early sunday. okay monday, and then it gets colder. thank you. thousands of people are trying to put away their phones and unplug social media for the annual national day of unplugging. people are reconnecting with the real world. people took a pledge online to put away their phones for 24 hours from evening until night on saturday. why some people have to change their clocks, and why people say they may have to make that very same
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move. and why some toys for children may soon be no more, the efforts to emerge from bankruptcy at toys "r" us.
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what year was this, do you remember? it's got to be the 70s.
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i don't remember, i can look it up, but i seem to think by looking at the picture of the gentleman, it was either late 60s or early 70s. time is our theme, time has come today, requested by lj silverman, thank you. we will be changing the clocks. i will play your requests on friday.>> and you do a good job of that, too. a new study by mit finds that false information on twitter travels six times faster than the truth. it reaches a lot more people. the researchers, as well as tech experts say, humans, not robots are closing -- spreading those stories. >> it only takes about 10 hours for a false tweet to reach over 1500 users, whereas a true
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tweet takes 60 hours to reach.>> that information comes from mit, they looked at more than 126,000 stories, tweeted millions of times between 2006 and 2016. we invite you to join us tomorrow evening for a special, it is called the coding the future of tech, it is one hour, and they will try to decode crypto currency and examine the future of artificial intelligence. that is tomorrow evening, 6:30. there are stores that are closing, and blue jeans that are causing injuries to the people who are wearing them. >> there are reports that toys "r" us will close all of its stores, and that is taking a toll, and we have more on the closings on just that, but
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first, another retailer bringing that bell this morning, the president is highlighting their hashtag embrace ambition, campaign, and also women's history month. a good strong jobs report for february, it is higher this morning, right now we are looking at the dow, up 213 points since that opening bell ring, up more than three quarters of a percent, the nasdaq and s&p 500 are also up this morning. american businesses went on a hiring spree last month, that is what is helping the markets go up this morning, the labor department released a february jobs report, less than two hours ago, companies added 313,000 jobs, that is the most of any month since july 2016. financial experts say, the job gain indicates that businesses are competent, and the tax cut will accelerate economic growth. home depot has plans to make an investment in american workers.
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the company says, they will donate $50 million to train 20,000 people as construction workers over the next 10 years. that initiative will be geared towards military veterans, high school students, and at-risk teenagers, home depot says the effort is to help with the shortage of skilled builders. a new recall has been issued for skinny jeans sold at target stores. customers report being injured by the pants, the recall covers 30,000 pairs of jeans, manufactured by this store, people were cut by the star- studded jeans after some of the stars came loose. customers return to them. toys "r" us may close all of its stores in the u.s., the wall street journal is now saying they are about to
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liquidate all of their u.s. stores, the company has been struggling to find a buyer in order to save the business, which is about $5 billion in debt, he struggled against the online retailers, and that means babies r us stores as well are also popular, and it started back in 1978. it grew to be the toy store. i only walked into a toys "r" us store for the first time maybe 9 years ago, and it was junkie a little bit, but you were telling stories that it was a beautiful place to go.>> i think that highlights their struggle, because the ones i've been to, they had what we would call the junkie or plastic stuff, but then they had high- end stuff, and they were
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struggling.>> people were going to the cheaper toys, going to walmart.>> i'm certainly thinking, it is just a massive change, and a lot of people are going to be out of work. a coffee shop in oakland is taking a very surprising stand, coming up, the people in uniform who they say they won't serve in an unspoken policy. a homicide investigation continues to unfold here in walnut creek this morning, after a 60-year-old man was killed near a downtown construction site last month, we will tell you what we are learning about the man who has been detained in this case.
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it is friday morning. good morning. >> there is a lot of fog out there, but the pattern is changing here, and the focus for tomorrow will be from the west, southwest, tropical clouds, there is a blanket of fog, and next week, it will be out of the north. if you are on whether west, the best weather blog in
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california, 805 weather is also on twitter. the west coast is looking really good this morning, what is he talking about? i will show you exactly what he's talking about. right there. there is a place that he is talking about, that is cold air that is going to interact with the tropical jet, and as it is, that is going to give us what looks to be a pretty active pattern next week, today it is about fog mama but we are focusing in on two systems, one to the west and one to the north on tuesday, again on wednesday, and may be again on friday. this morning, it is about the fog. we will get a few sunshine breaks for a while until the next system comes in, there is one to the north that will not
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impact us. there is the edge of the cloud cover that will come roaring in late tonight. there will be some rain out of it put -- but it looks to be to the south. thank you. good morning everyone. let's take a look, we have been talking about the fog, and it is a little foggy, it is going to be something that might slow you down on some of the commutes out there, this is a look at the bay bridge, it is not foggy enough to slow traffic, it is backed up at about a 20 minute delay. you can see the traffic is going to be slow, and it does look like it is slower than i wanted it to be here, sometimes on friday we get a much better
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commutes, and look at all the slow traffic here, it is slow all the way through concord. we are not getting a break, unfortunately. here's a look at highway 24, that is better than it was yesterday. and interstate 80, the fog here is pretty low. this morning, a homicide investigation is continuing in walnut creek after a 60-year- old man was killed during a downtown construction site. we have more on the man who has been detained by police.>> reporter: good morning to you, one man is being detained for questioning by the walnut creek police department in connection with this homicide, so we get the sense that potentially police are close to making an arrest in this case, the victim is a man, 60 years old, he was found near this apartment complex that is under construction here in the downtown area. this is just across the street from the walnut creek park station. police were called out to this
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work straight -- worksite at about 7:00 last night. they got 911 calls about a possible assault that was going on here. a few minutes later, officers arrived and they discovered a 60-year-old man who was badly injured, medics treated that man for life-threatening injuries, but ultimately, he was pronounced dead at the scene. as you can imagine, people who live here in this area are surprised to hear about such a violent crime.>> with the church here in the apartment building, it's always been safe as far as i know. it is very surprising to hear. so, hopefully they can figure it out.>> reporter: he has not been identified by authorities,
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but after they discover the victim, police immediately detained demand for questioning a 34-year-old who is now being interviewed by detectives as they try to figure out his potential involvement in this homicide. the motive remains unclear, i have reached out to the police department this morning, looking for more details on this ongoing investigation, we are still waiting to hear back from them. thank you. president trump newly announced tariffs are due to take effect this month, the president and fellow republicans signed the orders to impose the tariffs. they will put a 25% on steel, and 10% on aluminum. canada and mexico are temporarily exempt. this could end up hurting the u.s. economy, but he is keeping his campaign promise he made to bring back the steel industry jobs. >> we want to build our ships, we want to build our planes,
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our military equipment with steel, with aluminum from our country.>> his neck and -- economic advisor resigned this week when he could not change the presidents mind. a controversy is brewing, a coffee shop is refusing to serve police officers in uniform. they opened several months ago, and the police union says, a sergeant went there a couple of weeks ago to introduce himself, but he was turned away. they are criticizing police shootings and law enforcement. people had mixed reactions about this.>> i don't think it is fair, they showed, they are protecting them, if somebody went in there, who are they going to call, the police.>> they want people in this
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neighborhood to feel safe, then that is a choice they should be able to make.>> a councilmember talked to the managers of the coffee house, they confirmed it is still the unwritten policy of the business to refuse to serve the police. the refusal is not based on race, color, religion, or national origin. daylight saving time starts sunday morning, so before you go to bed saturday night, move your clocks forward one hour. although you lose an hour that day, you will get extra sunshine in the evening. daylight saving time officially begins at 2 am sunday morning, so if you are awake at that time, that is when you turn your clocks forward. meantime, in florida, the state legislator passed a bill to keep florida on permanent daylight saving time. it is called the sunshine protection act, it is now on the governor's desk, if he signs it, congress will still
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have to approve it first for it to become law. arizona and hawaii, they don't take part in this twice yearly changing of the clock, but that is because they stay on standard time year-round. federal law says, states can choose to stay on standard time but only congress can approve the request to stay on daylight saving time. the question of the day, do you believe california should keep daylight saving time year- round? 63% say yes while 37% say no. you can vote on twitter and facebook. we are in union city right now, you are getting reactions on today's question. good morning.>> good morning to you guys, we are at the cafi in union city, i am here with jody who is an electrician. three generations with the family? tell us, are you a fan of
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daylight saving time or not?>> i am, only because of our business, it'll benefit from it, we can see our guys getting up early on certain parts of the year, where it would be already light out, they like to start early, and for them, it is a great thing. the only concern would be a problem with safety, with it being too dark, if you are trying to get up and go anywhere. so, that is where i am at.>> there is a bill right now that would make us have daylight saving time year-round, so you just spring forward the whole year-round, how would you like that? >> i like that, it would be a good common practice, it would be easy on everyone, there wouldn't be any issues with the clock, it would just be
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something that people wouldn't have to worry about. in our business, we would probably have to lose a little bit because we have to go around and turn clocks back or forward for certain people.>> it is going to be a little bit darker in the morning and a little bit later in the afternoon, is that good for you?>> that is fine, we have lights all over i'm okay with it.>> all right, by the way, you put your money in a savings bank, but you save time. come on down and check us out. thank you. we are continuing to follow developing news in oakland, we will bring you the latest on a deadly hit and run that happened overnight and the search for the driver. plus,
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a presidential deal with netflix, coming up, they are planning to produce with the streaming service. it looks pretty good going south, check it out. it continues that way into san jose. if you have the sunshine, it is going to warm up pretty close -- fast, i will have more on your friday forecast. there are two types of people in the world. those who fear the future... and those who embrace it. the future is for the unafraid. ♪ ♪
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welcome back. a proposal to spend millions of dollars on painting streets was defeated yesterday. the proposal called for the city to use 2 1/2 million
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dollars that was left over from the budget for street cleaning. the finance committee rejected that measure saying, they should wait to see the budget plan from the mayor in june. the city should not wait, and it will deliver much needed services much sooner. let's see what is coming up.>> we are going to go to san francisco as we go one-on-one with san francisco's interim mayor, mark farrell, how he is responding to the lawsuits in california for its status as a sanctuary state, he will dish out his own warnings to the immigrant community, and as we mentioned earlier tonight, it is the start of national unplugging day, we are going to be talking to people who have discharged. i am on page with this one, get out and enjoy the weekend.
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thank you. i have my own little baggie for my iphone, i think they actually send these. thank you. it is a little sleeping bag for your device.>> i know you have the bag, are you going to put your phone in there?>> i am on board with using it less, but what if your child calls you or something? >> just take it, please. if you're trying to get on the road, and you are looking for the time for 80 westbound, 27 minutes between the bridge and the matinee, it is not too bad. on friday, we have a little bit better of a commute, it is foggy out there. it is right in the middle of the screen, it is backed up all
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the way out, this is not lighter than usual, it looks pretty typical as you drive into san francisco. but, some commutes are better than normal, highway 24 is slow, but it is getting better in concord and that is a big difference. it looks pretty good into lafayette and oak -- oakland. speaking of oakland, we have some slow traffic and some fog near the coliseum. is it going to go away this morning?>> yes, then we will have some partly sunny skies. the sunlight is coming through the clouds there. a lot of clouds are in place, but we will see some breaks
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here. can you project with the weather will be like in fort bragg next weekend? i cannot, it is too far away, but it does look cloudy and breezy, based on what i am seeing this morning. from that system, there is even a little rain down toward santa barbara, central california, and higher clouds are on the way, they are knocking on the door. come on in. we have a lot of tropical clouds heading up. and that thick fog is around. near the bay, coast, and inland, it is all over the place. we will get a few breaks, but it is not going to take long for those clouds to come back in. 40s and 50s for the
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temperatures. almost all the forecast models take most of the rain for saturday down toward the monterey peninsula. i'm hanging on that some of it will make it up here. 60s and 70s on your temperatures, and again, these are well above average as you might imagine for this time of year. we have a whole week of that, and we will have some 70s tomorrow, then a break from the clouds on sunday and monday. get ready for a colder system tuesday next week. thank you. the warriors beat the san antonio spurs last night, 110- 107. but, he hurt his ankle again, he might be out for a while. he twisted that right angle right there, left the game in the first quarter, it wasn't pretty. the head coach says, he is going to miss the upcoming two- game road trip which starts tonight in portland.
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the warriors trailed in this game, but they capitalized on turnovers, he is just so good. and kevin had a great night, 14 straight points in the fourth quarter, finished with 37 points and 11 rebounds to lead the warriors. and, greene had his first triple-double of the season. in the warriors won. tonight's game starts at 7 pm. also, 1800 menorahs that were handed out back in december are now being recalled. the consumer product safety commission says, the basketball shaped candleholders melt when they are exposed to heat, that is a fire hazard. they were handed out during jewish heritage night back in december. the commission says, if you have one of these, don't use it, throw it away. taking a
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stand against gun violence, coming up, the event happening tonight in the east bay, students prepare to walk out of class next week. and up next, some penguins in antarctica getting some extra attention after a close encounter with the camera of a researcher. from a weekend getaway to that special celebration. if you want to save big on dresses for every occasion, you've gotta get to the ross spring dress event, on now. ♪ you're gotta go to ross.
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♪ do you remember the time? you should. it's going on almost 10 years since this came out. michael jackson always did wonderful videos. thank you for bringing me back to this. of course, this has to do with our changing of clocks, one hour forward this weekend. if there is a song you would like to hear, let me know, i will play it friday morning. the theme is time. this is the hashtag on twitter, facebook, or instagram. a recent deal with the canadian government would give 10,000 -- excuse me, 10,000 doctors pay raises, right now
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canadian doctors are paid about $260,000 per year, more than 700 doctors have signed a petition to cancel the k -- pay raise, and give it to healthcare systems. they can't, unless most of the doctors vote for that to happen. some hospitals are using bonuses in the united states, and other perks, it helps to attract new nurses due to an ongoing shortage. more nurses are retiring when the demand is growing. hospitals are trying to attract nurses by offering incentives such as higher salaries, free housing, and paid college tuition for employees and their children. the countries nursing shortage could last until 2025. the hayward city council voted to switch from pg&e to a more
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green energy company. it is giving residents the option to use carbon free power by a nonprofit agency called east bay community energy. the new provider is more affordable and switching energy sources will help the city reduce greenhouse gas emissions. they are buying 10 battery-powered electric buses, replacing the old diesel buses. they will help to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions and also will have wi-fi and usb charging ports. they could be in service by the year 2019. there is a groundbreaking for a student dormitory, it is called the life learning academy, and it is part of the san francisco public school district. about 50 students are enrolled right now, it is for teenagers that have been abused or have had trouble with law enforcement. it is going to be free of
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charge. the late mayor supported this charter school, and gave a donation to make the groundbreaking possible. obama and the former first lady are in advanced negotiations with netflix, and the time says, one show may include the president moderating discussions on healthcare, voting rights, and immigration. he does not intend to use a platform to criticize president trump. penguins may have taken the first ever penguin selfie video. you can see them walking over to the camera, it was left on the ice by a researcher. they do not seem to be too shy at all, just packing around. what are they thinking? it almost doesn't look real.
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we are still following developing news coming from oakland, we will have the latest on a deadly overnight hit and run, and the continuing search for the driver. a meeting between president trump and kim jong un, when both sides have agreed to meet face-to-face. it is not all light, we do have some slowing out here, you can see on the highway, slowing on the way to concord. it'll be mostly sunny in the morning, we have the fog to deal with, the big changes for the weekend, more on that coming
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will president trump sit down with kim jong un? we will have the details coming up. >> good morning everyone, welcome back. coming to the east bay, i had a ton of fog, how about you?>> not too bad.>> for some, fog, for others, no. two systems will be playing into the weather, one starts later today, and into saturday, we have fog to deal with. up above, you can see there is plenty. it is very thick this morning, and the next system setting up is coming out of the gulf of
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alaska. with systems on tuesday, wednesday, and again on friday, this one will lower the snow level. we had some warm weather, but don't be fooled by that. it is going to change again. that system is staying up there for now, we are watching this plume of moisture screaming toward us out of the west, southwest. we are seeing more 40s and 50s, even though we are getting some sunshine, right there is the break, it is moving in rapidly, we will get some partly sunny clouds -- skies, with some clouds coming up. right now the rain may be heavy down toward santa barbara in the next system coming in next week, tuesday and wednesday, that looks like a good snow producer. we have a lot going on. 60s to low 70s today.>> so,
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tomorrow morning, when rosemary is doing the weather, will she be able to tell where that thing is going to set up by then?>> yes, we will know a lot more in 12 hours. somebody will be here. not me. good morning everyone. if you are going to take the bay bridge, you will see a normal-looking backup, we are not getting the friday light, it is about a 25 minute delay, some commutes are better today, others are not. this is 880 northbound, it is going to be slow to downtown oakland. i would avoid 87 getting into san jose, use 101 or 280 instead. there was a long-standing accident, a lot of people are staying on 85 and going around 17 and going around the problem, which is a little easier to do today. developing out of oakland, where a pedestrian was killed overnight in a hit and run.
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it happened about a mile north of the bart station.>> police officers have spent their morning here trying to determine what happened here early this morning, the road was shut down for hours, and reconstruction teams have been working to determine exactly how this accident occurred. police now confirming for us that the vehicle in this case, they believe, was northbound on san pablo, hit the victim at 2:08 this morning. it happened between 32nd and 33rd street, we are hearing the victim was an african-american woman in her 40s. police are telling us, they believe they know her identity, but they are not releasing her name at this time. they are offering a vehicle description, saying and involved a dark vehicle, possibly metallic blue, and it will have front end damage.
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it was going north on san pablo avenue. they are asking anyone with information to come forward. now that the officers can get and i better -- a better idea, there was a surveillance video camera that may give them more information. police have identified a man they want to question in connection to a hit and run on wednesday that killed a young woman, authorities are trying to locate a 29-year-old, that is a person of interest. investigators say, they believe his hair is shorter, he has a criminal record including convictions on weapons charges and auto theft last night. family and friends of the victim held a vigil, the high school senior was walking on the sidewalk wednesday, when a gmc jumped the curb and hit
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her. she planned to join the navy or play college basketball after graduating from high school. >> she had good grades, she was just a nice, loving, good person overall, and in a way, i feel like i failed her, like if i was there, she could have set -- had somebody with her.>> investigators say, the driver crawled out and ran away, a neighbor took photographs of the man. the grandfather visited the crash site, he is asking the public to help find the driver. we are following developing news in concord, that is where a house caught fire. officials say, a single-family home caught fire just before 7:00, we took this video at that time, you do see some gray smoke from the scene. there are no injuries. the search for a cause
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continues. we will bring you more information. there has been a diplomatic breakthrough with north korea, president trump has agreed to meet with north korean leader, kim jong un. the surprising announcement for many, there are plenty of skeptics this morning.>> there are a lot of things that are still unknown, where and when it would happen for instance, but the fact that both leaders have agreed to make it happen is a shocking turn of events. trump versus kim jong un, now, it is on track to happen. announced last night, just outside the white house by south korea's national security advisor who says, he had just spoken to the president.>> he said, he would meet kim jong un, to achieve permanent denuclearization. >> what is he up to?
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according to south korea, he is all give right now, agreed to put a halt to missile and nuclear tests for the time being, even expressing an understanding that joint u.s. south korea military exercises will continue, something he has always seen as a provocation. on twitter, president trump said, great progress being made, but sanctions will remain until an agreement is reached, meeting being planned. that is a big if. people are skeptical because there is a history of ignoring deals. what is different this time? president trump has been waging a maximum pressure campaign, there may be more pressure coming from china or growing concerns in the north about u.s. military contingency plans. or, it may all be bruised in time. >> i think we need to slow down a little bit and see what the north koreans are really offering.>> among those weighing in on this, former nba star, and friend of kim jong un, dennis rodman said, well
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done. a homicide investigation in walnut creek, coming up, more on the discovery near some apartments under construction, and the person being questioned by police. plus, how the san francisco interim mayor is responding to the lawsuit out of california.
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san francisco's board of supervisors has support of snoop dogg. he posted a video that said, it is time and accomplished woman led the city, and gives a brief history of san francisco's mayors, and says, that was then, and london breed is now. he has almost 18 billion followers. amy sent warning -- a recent warning, your number the president of the united states called the mayor's actions out, and called them a disgrace.>> reporter: good morning. we heard the president of the united states basically called
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the mayor of oakland disgraceful for her actions, if you have intelligence, learning new about impending federal raids in your city, would you go out like she did, and warn your immigrant community?>> it depends on what information we have on the ground here in san francisco, the mayors have been talking over the past few weeks, sharing information, and we are hearing that both from the law enforcement community, and the active ice community. we are talking every day with our community police department, they set up a 24 hour rapid hotline for the community. we are actively aware of everything that is happening on our streets.>> have you received information about impending raids that you have chosen not to share? >> we haven't seen anything locally here that would cause
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us to have concern, but that is not to say it won't come. what is coming out of washington dc is every single day, quite frankly, a joke. they are trying to distract from the white house, and the mess they are creating in washington, so they are doing everything they can to push out the blame, push out the dialogue to other places throughout the united states. and trying to pick on the state of california and cities like san francisco and oakland. we are not going to change who we are, and i will make sure we do that as a city.>> his argument was that, states and cities like oakland, the federal government, when it comes to immigration, you can't defy the federal government, do you agree with that?>> unfortunately, jeff sessions needs to check his u.s. constitution and read the 10th amendment once again. basically, public safety falls to the states, we are a sanctuary state, we are a
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sanctuary city, we will not change that. we are not going to back down just because jeff sessions said something, and just because donald trump said something and wants to cause a distraction. i want to make sure that we stand toward what san francisco values.>> do have the support of the other law enforcement agencies, in addition to help patrol your city in the sanctuary city idea?>> this isn't something where we are going out seeking political support from different agencies, this is a situation where we, san francisco, or one of many many other major u.s. cities, it is a sanctuary city, and we believe it is the safest way to make sure our residents are protected, and in the benefit of public safety that we are doing this, we are supported by police chiefs around the country, and we are
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not going to back down from that. we work with our law enforcement agencies throughout our state to make sure we adhere to these policies. we are safer because of it at the end of the day.>> do they support you in their actions?>> 100%. we have some of the best men and women in our police department in san francisco, i am so proud of them every single day. they deserve a mayor that is proud of them and supports them and what they do, but we are thankful for them and we cooperate as well with our sheriffs department, we work with chp, and all law enforcement agencies. we are a sanctuary city, but we are also part of a sanctuary state.>> let's talk about tasers here, and where you sit on this. there seems to be two sides of the story, we have a ballot that would create a policy, and on the other side, we have next week come of the police commission saying, hold on, we want to draft a policy, we want to vote on it possibly, where do you stand?>> i stand where the police chief stands, we want policies implemented,
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bottom line. i think it is something our police officers need, and it is in the best interest of our residents in san francisco. they have this in front of them, dating back to last fall, and today they have not acted on anything, and therefore a valid measure was put in june. it is much better if the police adopt a policy that works for our officers and community members as well, but until they act, and until they move forward with the policy, i'm going to be supporting the measure. if they do move forward with a policy that works for our community, then it is moved.>> have you worked with the police officers union on this subject?>> i have been in active discussions over the past few weeks, we meet every single week, and two days ago, my office talked about many issues, tasers amongst them, and we will continue to engage with it. this is something we agree on. this is an area where we
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believe our police officers should have tasers in san francisco. we want it lamented today.>> you approved what was a long time in the making, affordable housing project, can you guarantee one that is going to get done, and number two, this is not going to be mailing errors -- millionaires in these high-rise condos?>> this is going to be a 10 year project, and 40% of the units of the 1500 units that are going to be built are going to be affordable housing units, so it is both low and middle income individual families. it is very important that we focus on our middle income housing that we haven't really paid attention to in the past few decades. we need firefighters, police, nurses to live in this city, and they want to be a part of the neighborhood. but, we are going to have a
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brand-new eight acre park, it is going to be an awesome experience for the entire city. >> all right, always a pleasure, thank you for taking the time. let's help you get to where you need to go, the fog has been making travel difficult today.>> we have traffic that is going to be improving in some areas. this week, 24 hasn't been good, but today, we are having a much better experience. we are also looking at the bay bridge, that is getting a little bit better, that is still crowded at the toll plaza. but, things are improving, 880 is slow as you drive to downtown oakland, and the worst spot will be on 87, where they had that crash. a lot of people are staying on 85. let's bring steve in with
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today's weather. there are a lot of low clouds around, and fog is pouring out of the golden gate bridge. speaking of the fog, out of richmond, there was a loss of power. warm air is aloft, it is all over the place this morning, and we have a few breaks, and there are some clouds on the way, they are moving fast. there is some rain at fort bragg , but that system is going to stay up there, we are watching this plume of moisture coming from the west, southwest, and
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there is a lot there, it makes for a challenging forecast on saturday. 40s and 50s for the temperatures, it'll be another mild, warm day. it'll be partly sunny, partly cloudy, but this will move in late tonight, give us a cloudy saturday, and there will be some rain. most of it will stay around monterey or santa barbara. some will make it here, but about san francisco north, it'll be pretty iffy. next week, it looks like three systems, tuesday, wednesday, and again thursday into friday will be coming out of the northwest for a colder pattern. mid 60s for today, a lot of this is cloud cover today, but don't get used to it, after sunday, it is going to start cooling off big time. back into the upper 50s next week. coming up, taking a break from technology, you are being encouraged to put away your cell phone in the next 24
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detrimental to everybody, nobody would win in such a raise. but many countries are going even further in their criticism. including china and south korea, who both accuse the trump administration of violating international trade agreements, and are planning a legal challenge.>> he severely violated the workplace rules, and it will have a strong impact on trade.>> reaction from american lawmakers has also been largely negative thus far. bipartisan groups on capitol hill say they will introduce a group to not -- nullify the bill.>> i think what he is doing is pushing a broader conversation not just on steel and aluminum, the way you see our progress is the way we are going to treat yours. we are
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hearing some of the 911 calls made during the deadly school shooting in parkland, florida. the broward county sheriff's department released recordings of 10 of the 81 calls they received during that february 14 shooting. >> are the police officers there?>> you heard one woman say, if you see the shooter, i want you to pretend that you are dead, play dead. the sheriff's department updated the timeline about what was seen on school security video. the first call comes in 60 seconds after the gunmen opened fire. officers arrived about two
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minutes later. he was charged on 34 accounts, including 17 accounts of premeditated murder to the first degree. students are holding a rally to protest gun violence in memory of the victim -- victims of the school shooting. it began at 4 pm this afternoon. many students in the bay area are joining international school walkout day to protest gun violence next wednesday, march 14, exactly one month after the florida school shooting. they will be out for 17 minutes, one minute per each person that is killed in that suited -- shooting. how people are reacting after a cafi refuses to serve police. the homicide investigation continues this warning -- morning in walnut creek, a 60-year-old man was found killed near a construction site last night. does this map show the
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some rain but it looks to be mainly south of us, but close enough. 40s and 50s on the temperatures, we will get some sunshine, but the clouds are just racing in. we have some hazy sunshine for a while, and it will turn cloudy later on. 60s to near 70s on friday, it was a tough week, and today is kind of making up for it. if you are driving, 24 minute drive on 80 is not bad, when you get to highway 4, that is improving as well. there is highway 24 that we spoke of, and at the bay bridge, we have seen a lot of improvement in the last half hour, you can always tell by looking at that ramp, when there aren't that many cars there, you can know it is
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improving. let's go back to the desk. we are following a developing story in oakland, as police are searching for a driver involved in a deadly hit and run. it happened overnight at san pablo avenue near 33rd street. police tell ktvu, a vehicle going northbound hit and killed a pedestrian, the victim was an african-american woman in her 40s, that is the only description we have so far. the vehicle is described as a dark color. a homicide investigation continues in walnut creek after a 6-year-old man was killed near downtown construction site. we are in walnut creek to bring you more details.>> reporter: police may be close to making an arrest in this case, one man was detained for questioning last night, trying to figure out his connection to this homicide, the man who was killed was discovered near this apartment complex that is under construction in the downtown area.
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this is right across the street from the bart station. police were called to this worksite on the 1800 block near california boulevard, at around 7:00 last night, that was for the report of a disturbance and possible assault. a few minutes later, officers discovered a 60-year-old man who was badly injured, medics treated batman for life- threatening injuries, but ultimately, he was pronounced dead at the scene. of course, people who live in this area say this kind of violence is unusual and disturbing.>> it is a little unsettling, you don't know what -- i hope they knew each other, not just a random occurrence.>> the man has not been identified by authorities, after finding the victim, police immediately detained a 34-year-old man for questioning, he is now being interviewed by detectives as they try to figure out his potential involvement in this homicide. the motive for the killing in
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the downtown walnut creek area remains unclear. a lawsuit filed in federal court is making explosive allegations against the kensington police department, the east bay times reports a man accused that his son was abused at a local camp. the alleged misconduct includes feeding him marijuana laced brownies, and they arrested him on false pretenses. he has not responded to the accusations, he took over the department several years ago. controversy is brewing at a coffee shop in oakland that is refusing to serve police officers in uniform. the coffee shop, hasta muerte, opened a few months ago, and
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the sergeant went there a few weeks ago to introduce himself, but the sergeant was turned away. they have a mural criticizing police shootings. coffee managers declined to comment, but we did find the neighbors had mixed reactions about denying service to police.>> i don't think it is fair, they should, they are protecting them, if somebody was running in there, who are they going to call? the police.>> if a group of people don't feel comfortable, and they want people in this neighborhood to feel safe coming into their space, then that is a choice they should be able to make.>> a councilmember talked to the manager, and he confirmed to us, it is the unwritten policy of the business to refuse to serve police officers, it is the businesses right. daylight
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savings time starts this weekend, we will lose one hour of sleep, but we get one extra hour in the evening. set your clocks just before you go to bed. the state legislature passed a bill to keep florida on permanent daylight saving time, it is called the sunshine protection act, and it is now on the governor's desk. if he signs it, congress would still have to approve it for it to become law. arizona and hawaii do not take part in the twice yearly changing of the clocks, that is because they are on standard time year-round. states can choose to do this, but only congress can approve it. a question of the day, do you believe california should keep daylight saving time year-round? 61% say yes. i am staring at
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a mediterranean omelette, it looks pretty good, complete with feta cheese. it is a great breakfast day, they are both off on this friday.>> i like the longer days so, it would be great to not have to adjust, if it is all year-round.>> it is such a big stickler with people, you have to deal with the microwave, and there were times i would just let it stay the same for six months.>> it is an inconvenience, but it is something that you just deal with, you get over it quickly
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and sometimes it is annoying because you have to adjust your sleeping pattern again, but if it means longer days throughout the year, i'm all for it.>> how about you, stacy?>> i prefer the longer days, and we also work into the evening, so, to come home and have some daylight, it is perfect.>> thanks for joining us here on the question of the day, you can come down, we will be here until 10:00 this morning. otherwise, chime in on facebook or twitter. talk to you. taking a break from technology, the reason you are being encouraged to put away your phone for the next 24 hours. san jose traffic looks much better, it looks like it has improved near downtown josi. there is plenty of fog to go around, we will check out what
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♪ time is on my side, have fun changing those clocks this weekend, and thank you for playing along with traffic jams, and thank you to jerry for requesting that one. if there is a special one you want to hear, you can request every friday morning. just use the hashtag ktvu. people are putting away their phones and unplugging from social media. and people are going to mark the annual national day of unplugging that starts at sundown tonight and lasts for 24 hours, the idea is for people to reconnect with the real world. they put away their phones for 24 hours. and, helping take stocks up this morning. a lot of investors are happy.>> a really bright spot in that
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jobs report this morning is the average hourly wages, wages grew but just slightly in january, that indicates there isn't as much fear of inflation, so they do not have to speed up rate hikes. the labor department released the february jobs report this morning, companies added 313,000 jobs which is the highest number since july 2016. many economists say, it shows businesses are competent, and the trump administration tax cuts will accelerate economic growth. the bell rang this morning, after bad news from toys "r" us, checking the numbers, that jobs report is definitely fueling things this morning, look at the dow jones now, up 274 points more than a full percentage point, the nasdaq and the s&p 500 also up more than a full percentage
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point with the nasdaq up almost 1.20%. there are reports that toys "r" us is closing, all of its stores, last september, the company filed for bankruptcy as part of its plan to restructure. the wall street journal says, they are about to liquidate all of its stores, the company has been struggling to find buyers in order to save the business which is about $5 billion in debt. imagine a drone being able to track and follow your every move, without human interaction. this can do just that by using artificial intelligence, the product was created by silicone valley, and the ceo says, it seems complex, but it is easy to use. it uses artificial intelligence technology to redirect tasks based on your movement.>> it
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has 13 cameras, it sees in every direction, and has a very sophisticated software staff, that runs on board to understand the environment and understand where people are back and follow you around in every activity and every sport, and get an amazing video.>> the company hopes to one day find missing people, it can maybe help find somebody who is missing or track a wanton terrorist, we want to invite you to tomorrow evening for an hour-long special called decoding the future of tech. it will examine the future of artificial intelligence.>> yes, we are decoding the future. we are getting very deep into
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this. and, specifically in sports, you mentioned drones and how they are using artificial intelligence into the drones, and we actually watched auto racing, so that was interesting.>> is technology taking over the world? some say yes, it is. let's look to where you need to go. we have been doing that all morning.>> if you wait on friday, you will get a better commute, like right now. this is pretty good, when you get to highway 4, if you are driving from bay point, that is also pretty good, but when you get to the oakland area, it is clouded over with a small delay at the toll plaza, 88 is still
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slow to downtown oakland, and the south bay is improving, except for 87 northbound into downtown, i would avoid that right now. thank you. we do have a lot of fog out there, the most we have seen in a long time, it almost looks like a summer pattern. it is coming across the golden gate, and even inland as well. the cloud cover is moving in. tommy says, i can't even see the beach. you probably see the leading edge of those clouds moving in. the system we are watching is coming in from the west, southwest, but there is a new system coming from the gulf of alaska, and that will play out all next week. we are watching this moisture begin to come in, that is what is on its way.
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40s and 50s, there is another mild air mass in place, and we already have a break in the cloud cover. we will probably be mostly cloudy, and cloudy by tonight, and the rain will be developing tomorrow mostly to the south. anybody could get in on that further north. monterey has some good possibility for rain over the weekend, at least on saturday. 60s and 70s, and overall, it is going to start turning colder with mountain rain and snow. thank you. five months after the northbay fire, the mayor is showing how far the city has come, and a long road of recovery still ahead.
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currently serving and small boat operations. the coast guard said, it was her dream for the past decade, her commanding officer, became the first woman to ever earn the serviceman title in 2002. happening today, there is a groundbreaking for a student dormitory for a charter school on treasure island. it is called the life learning academy part of the san francisco pulled -- school district. it is for at risk teenagers, some who have been abused or in trouble with the law. it will be free of charge to the students. the late mayor supported this for the community. he also offered donations. people are continuing to rebuild in the fire zone, but there is still a long way to go. we talked with the mayor of santa rosa about the recovery.>> it is hard, and
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frustrating.>> recovery, at five months, from the mayor.>> i keep saying, i am getting my masters and disasters.>> he is learning every day, and so are survivors.>> we had 3000 people become developers and builders, without any desire or plan to do that, so a lot of it is a learning curve for them.>> 3000 homes burned and signed -- inside city limits. some that were struggling before is likely worse off now.>> i know that there are a lot of people who aren't where they want to be in five months. we started from day one, just started calling and asking questions.>> they are among 18 households under construction, 22 more have permits, and hundreds are in the pipeline.
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they raised two boys in this home, then escaped with their lives and two cats. pushing forward, they say, this has saved them.>> it is so emotional, and you have so much to do.>> some people don't even want to build yet, they want to get through things first. it is a tough one.>> most of the neighbors are coming back, but there are for sale signs. the kmart is now gone, with no plans to rebuild. the landscape is forever altered. and, it changed the people, too.>> these customers are your regular customers, there are people that we know every day.>> the mayor understands,
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these are still emotional times. and hopes people will live the sonoma strong slogan.>> if you care about your neighbors, you should still be caring about it right now. the u.s. state department is telling americans not to travel in mexico, two weeks after an explosion on a ferry. on the yucatan peninsula, it is a popular destination for college students on spring break, and the state department says, there is a threat, but they did not provide any specific information. u.s. government employees prohibited them from going. the agency there has been closed. there will be a new business plan released today about a new timeline and cost for a project, they will be more time and money than previous estimates. the bullet train would be
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complete by the year 2029, and the cost is $64 billion. it will no longer give a single estimated cost, and they will provide a price range in order to be more accurate. still to come, new england patriots, tom brady causing quite a buzz, we are going to explain why in a minute. ri event. on now! ♪ you gotta go to ross.
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according to a new report from investor services higher salaries, free housing and paid college tuition for employees and their children. the bureau of labor statistics says the country lease labor shortage should last until the year 2025. >> the san mateo transit district board of directors to replace the old diesel bused. the new buses will help to cut down on green house gas e megss and they will also have wifi charging ports the new england patriots quarterback tom brady got a buzz cut. others got that hair cut yesterday to raise money for the
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bana barbar institute in kansas. important cause for brady because his mother is a cancer survivor. today at 9:00 we meet the family of a canine veteran being honored for his service in afghanistan. >> and on this national unplugged day, we speak with two people encouraging everyone to disconnect and spend time away from the screen. >> plus what candidate for san francisco mayor had to say about some of the biggest issues in the city. i hate learning about a trend that i am not in on but this time i think it's okay. we've all heard of buzzed drive which is illegal. have you ever heard of buzzed buying. buying things when you're drunk. >> when you've had a couple drinks on and you get a little amazon. >> i like your i

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