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the guy in the van was just crazy and took it to a different level. >> tonight, san francisco police are still looking for a motive. good evening, everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. the hit-and-run happened just before 10:30 this morning in the city's dogpatch neighborhood at the intersection of illinois and 24th streets. the driver was arrested a few miles away. we get live coverage now from ktvu's rob roth and rob, it all started when the driver got out of the van with an axe! >> reporter: well, that's right, julie. we're on 24th street and illinois. and right across the street, at that corner, that's exactly where all the problems happened. all five people were struck by a hit-and-run driver leaving one dead and four others in the hospital. san francisco police confirmed they have arrested the driver. a source identified him as mark dennis of san francisco. we photographed him just after police stopped him. he could be facing homicide charges. it happened just before 10:30 this morning.
paramedics raced to help five pedestrians on the ground at the corner of 24th and illinois streets. all were run down by a driver who then sped off. one of the victims later died from his injuries. a witness who did not want to appear on camera said just before the carnage, there was an altercation between the driver and the victim. >> i was watching a dispute between a guy in a van and five guys on the street started off very playful and the guy in the van was just crazy and took it to a different level. >> reporter: that man said the driver then got out of his van holding an axe. the men took the axe away and took off their belts and chased him back in the van. >> he got in the van and screaming a whole lot yelling at each other and the guy started to walk away and he flipped the van around and he drove it up on the sidewalk full pedal to the metal and drove over four of the five. >> reporter: police haven't yet confirmed that account. >> it's unknown what led up to this collision.
that's still under investigation. >> reporter: police stopped cars matching the description of the vehicle then later identified this older model white gmc van with dents on the hood. >> this incident appears to be very isolated and specific at --from the information that we have at this point. we do not believe that the general public is at risk. >> we have reports of the four people in the hospital. one critical, two serious, one fair condition. police will be looking for surveillance video to see if any of this that happened today was captured on surveillance video. >> rob roth in san francisco, thank you. we are following some developing news on the peninsula where crews are working to repair a ruptured gas line near san francisco international airport. construction crews were working on a new hotel when they hit a
gas line this afternoon on south mcdonald road near highway 101. an airport spokesman says the rupture is having no impact on airport operations. now to palo alto, where police are looking for a suspect who sexually assaulted a young jogger near tesla headquarters. police say the assault took place just at 2:00 this afternoon near deer creek road. skyfox was overhead this afternoon as officers used a dog to search a greenbelt in the area. investigators released a description of the suspect. they say he is asian in his 20s wearing a black sweatshirt, blue sweatpants, and was armed with a handgun. he was last seen in the area on foot. happening now protestors from "black lives matter" took to the streets in sacramento again today. these are live pictures of one of the demonstrations going on. [ yelling ] >> at certain points the demonstrators walked into an intersection disrupting
traffic. they are protesting the deadly police shooting of 22-year-old stephon clark. he had a wake today. the funeral is tomorrow. protestors also interrupted a city council meeting last night and one of the protestors was stephon clark's brother. today the mayor of sacramento talked about that emotional meeting. mike luery has the latest from sacramento. >> reporter: mayor steinberg is talking about this. last night's city council meeting was interrupted when stephon clark's brother leaped up on the dais and confronted the mayor. >> what happened last night can't happen again. >> reporter: mayor steinberg is talking about this. last night's city council meeting was interrupted when stephon clark's brother leaped up on the dais and confronted the mayor. >> i did not back off. i tried to talk to the young man. that was not possible. >> reporter: the city council called a recess and later when things calmed down, heard voices from the community. >> our community is in pain. and we need help! >> reporter: today the mayor says he feels some of that pain.
>> while i didn't like what happened, it is my job and it's our job to bear some of the pain that stephon's brother and the community is feeling about the death of stephon clark. >> reporter: one man was arrested at city hall last night for assault on a police officer and public drunkenness. as the meeting was canceled for safety concerns. [ screaming ] >> reporter: protestors also moved to the golden 1 center where they prevented thousands of fans from entering the kings basketball game for the second time in a week. community leader derrell roberts says it's important for everyone to understand the pain the clark family is feeling now. >> yes, some of us will be inconvenienced. yes, some of us will miss out on games. some of us will, um --but only one family lost a son.
>> reporter: the police chief will be back here at city hall april 10th answering questions from the city council about police protocols including the use of force. in sacramento, mike luery for ktvu fox 2 news. the family of a man who was shot to death by police in vallejo last month announced today they are suing the city. the family of 32-year-old ronell foster filed their complaint against the city of vallejo and the vallejo police department. the shooting happened february 13th. vallejo police say an officer tried to stop foster because they say he was riding his bicycle in an unsafe manner and that foster ran off. according to police, foster and the officer got into a struggle and the officer shot foster in self-defense. today civil rights attorney john burris disputed the self- defense claim saying foster was shot in the back and he was unarmed. >> he was brutally gunned down. he was shot in the back of his
head. he was shot three times in the back killing him on the scene. he was unarmed. there was no justification for that level of force. >> the vallejo police chief responded by saying, the officers' body cam video tells a different story than what burris said. the lawsuit seeks monetary damages and the release of the body camera video. you might say the oakland a's are rounding third and heading for home. today mayor libby schaaf announced that the team has exclusive bargaining rights for a new ballpark either at the port of oakland's howard terminal or at the current 120- acre coliseum site. >> tom vacar here now with the latest on the deal. tom. >> reporter: this deal would actually erase $135 million debt that the city and county still owes on the current coliseum property. the a's and the city of oakland rose the team flag over the
roof of city hall as the season is about to open along were the new chapter in the 50-year history of the as' tenure here. pending approval of the port of oakland for howard terminal and approval of the city and county for the coliseum site, there will be exclusive negotiating rights granted to the oakland a's for both sites. >> so that we double our chances to keep the a's rooted in oakland. >> with the setback at peralta in december, it's important to have options. we want a solution for oakland and the a's and this is a great step. being able to parallel past these two options is a great option. >> reporter: the sticking point, price. when the raiders considered buying the land long ago, it was valued $150 million. today principals of a major commercial real estate firm say as a truck logistics center alone to service the port, it might be worth $180 million. for a mixed use combination of housing, retail, light industrial and other amenities, the price goes even higher. and the a's do want to put housing, retail, offices and other everyday uses on the
property to make sure it pays for itself and enhances the community. >> before any transaction takes place, we're going to have to go back out and have that land reappraised. anything else would be a gift of public funds. >> reporter: so the as' initial offer of $135 million is at best only an opening bid. >> this is a 50 to 100-year decision. everything about the price, the terms, all the different aspects will be conducted in the negotiation. >> figure out what a fair value is for the a's and the taxpayers of oakland. >> reporter: now, the a's say they want the deal completed by the end of the year so the new ballpark will be ready for the 2023 season. >> so there are these two sites, howard terminal and the coliseum. which site do you think the team favors? >> reporter: i think when you talked about, you know, the peralta site, they obviously favored something closer to
town. >> near laney but that's out. >> that's out. so that's why i think this -- the howard terminal is still in play is because they like to at least explore that particular option. on the other hand, they were the ones in a made the offer on the other property which is 120 acres because now they would go into the real estate business much in the same way that the giants are doing south of their ballpark. so i think both sides are starting to meld that they are going to negotiate them and then you will get into the details of the big site, the one down off hegenberger there that area, by the coliseum, it's got amtrak, it's got bart, it's got highway 880, oakland airport right there. and a lot of other advantages. the howard terminal, while it's closer to downtown would require a lot of infrastructure to be built and then the question is who is going to pay for that on top of the other thing? it's very much now going to go into the negotiation phase and that's where the people are going to sort out what it's really going to cost and then on top of that what infrastructure you have to put into it. >> still a ways to g been
waiting a long time. tom vacar, thank you. in the meantime, the las vegas stadium authority today signed the final documents needed to build the future home for the raiders. the $1.865 billion,000--seat stadium is scheduled to be completed by august 1, 2020. the team has said that the total cost of the move from oakland to las vegas including a training facility and headquarters will end up topping $2 billion. coming up, a disturbing discovery in the east bay. after the break, the search tonight for the mother of a fetus that washed ashore. >> inhuman. >> and in weather, lots of sunshine here in the bay area. temperatures warming up into the 70s and 80s. we'll let you know if that warming trend continues in your thursday forecast. >> but first, fearing the worst the car carrying a family of eight goes over a cliff on highway 1. the search tonight for the bodies of three
children still missing and what we're learning about the family that is raising questions about what happened. >> and taking a live look now at the wednesday evening commute, this is interstate 880 in oakland. as you can see, the cars on the right heading toward downtown oakland flowing much better than those trying to make their way south again on 880 tonight. >> and a look now at the bay bridge toll plaza, oh, boy, those are the cars going into san francisco. that's the non-commute -- theoretically, the non-commute direction. very heavy tonight.
authorities in berkeley are looking into a sad discovery at the waterfront. they say a fetus was found yesterday afternoon near the tom bates sports complex along 880. henry lee reports from the newsroom. >> reporter: frank, the fetus washed up along the shore with its umbilical cord still attached. and now authorities are trying to determine where it came from and what happened to the mother. the tiny fetus was found by a passerby along the berkeley shoreline near the tom bates regional soccer field. berkeley police say the remains were of a well developed male fetus with its umbilical cord attached. it washed up onshore and was reported about 2:30 tuesday afternoon. >> i have seen police come by. >> reporter: james was on his break when he saw the emergency response in an area that's popular with hikers. >> they was flying by pretty fast. i knew something was wrong. there was a lot of police officers there.
probably five cars and seven police officers investigating. >> reporter: police and the alameda county coroner are trying to identify the boy and his mother. authorities say the baby was born prematurely and that there were no immediate signs of trauma. but it showed signs of decomposition and had been in the water for some time. the circumstances of the birth and death aren't clear. but if this was a case of a mother abandoning her infant after birth, officials say there are alternatives under the state's safe surrender law. >> here at our hospital, actually in any hospital, also fire departments, parents can safely surrender a baby within 72 hours of birth. the law allows a parent or legal guardian to surrender a baby no questions asked. >> they took the responsibility of producing or making the child and then they don't want it, but don't discard it. that's very unhuman-like. >> reporter: now an autopsy was done today. no cause of death established yet.
they have obtained a dna sample from the baby and will match it to his mother when she is found. live in berkeley, henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. >> so important there to mention that safe surrender law, make sure people know about that. thank you. a tragic story tonight in mendocino county. authorities there say 6 children and their two mothers were all killed when the family's car went over a cliff above the pacific. three children are missing but authorities said this afternoon they don't think they survived. the family's suv plunged 100 feet from a lookout point along highway 1 onto rocks in the ocean north of westport. the accident was discovered on monday. the mendocino county sheriff says the bodies of the two women were still in the car. the bodies of three of the six children were recovered from the rocks. authorities say they were not wearing seatbelts. the sheriff says specialized crash investigators are
studying the scene for clues but it's very curious because there were no skid or brake marks. despite that the sheriff says there is no reason to believe the crash was a deliberate act. >> we have no evidence and no reason to believe that this was an intentional act. certainly people are wondering what caused this. >> authorities have been searching for the three children still missing. the family-living in washington state. the sheriff appealed for the public's help in retracing where they had been in recent days. the sheriff says a passerby called 911 to report the suv in the water. but investigators don't know exactly when it went over the cliff. lots of sunshine today here in the bay area. temperatures have been warming up steadily. remember last week we had the rain clouds out there. not the case for today. in fact, take a look at the 70s and some 80s out towards santa rosa and concord. san jose 78. and san francisco checking in 76 degrees. one record to report that was out toward sfo.
they had a high of 77. break the old record of 76 set back in 1986. the main stormy weather is out to the east. we have clear skies up and down the west coast here. you can see a trace of the northerly winds setting up, as well. so when those winds come in out of the north, that's typically the warming direction. and those temperatures have really warmed up over the past couple of days especially just since sunday. take a look at the current numbers out there right now. it's still very mild showing you some 70s out toward santa rosa and some 80s for concord, walnut creek, san jose checking in 76 degrees. and here's our live camera looking out toward the golden gate bridge. just a few high clouds out there in the distance as you look to the north. but still a very nice wednesday afternoon. tomorrow will be a touch warmer so temperatures a good 10 to 15 degrees above the average in the thursday forecast. 70s warmest locations could be approaching the 80s. here we are tomorrow morning with the 40s and the 50s. and then into the afternoon hours we are expecting a very nice afternoon so in san
francisco, 53 degrees. lots of sunshine by 12:00 on track to at least reach the upper 70s flirting with 80 degrees for your thursday afternoon. we'll take a close look at your forecast highs and also talk about your easter forecast coming up. so chp used a little humor today to get the word out that speeding on bay area freeways is not a good idea. chp oakland posted this on twitter this afternoon of an officer stopping a porsche for speeding on highway 24. two hours later, the chp added this picture of a honda whose drive was reportedly going more than 100 miles an hour on the same highway. the chp wrote, our officers feel like oprah right now, you get a $900 ticket, and you get a $900 ticket. coming up, new information about a crash at oakland airport that injured four people. >> drive between and make a long run down the sidewalk. >> why that crash is raising questions about security at the airport. >> later in sports, steve kerr
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and uber worked together on the secret program for self-driving vehicles. one of those autonomous cars was recently involved in a crash that killed a 49-year-old woman crossing a street at night in arizona. the previously unseen emails released by the governor's office were first reported by the guardian newspaper. they show that the governor's staff worked closely with uber as it began experimenting with autonomous vehicles which the company began testing on public roads in august 2016 without informing the public. the governor's staff pushed back saying the governor's embrace of uber and autonomous vehicles was one of the his administration's most visibility and public initiatives and there was no secret testing. an unlicensed driver is behind bars tonight facing charges of reckless driving after his car jumped the curb at the oakland international airport last night. four people ended up being hurt. ktvu's robb malcolm talked to an expert who thinks oakland international needs to take a hard look at their security. reporter: the activity is back to normal at oakland's international airport less than 24 hours after unlicensed driver juan pablo accidentally crashed his suv and injured four people.
a security consultant said this could have been worse. >> all them are setback away from the curb about 6 feet so they have taken the time and money to protect the building but they have left all the people on the sidewalk near the curb are so-called sacrificed. >> reporter: the 54-year-old was booked on two felony counts of reckless driving causing injuries and one count of driving without a license. he mistook the gas for the brake and riter who riter who designs bollards, says they missed the mark in airport design. >> oakland airport, um, i would say is pretty much a c or c- plus when it comes to the protection. there are large areas that are not well bollard-ed. they have benches that are
problematic too far apart. cars can drive between and make a long run down the sidewalk. >> reporter: while it was an unfortunate incident, the alameda county sheriff's office made it clear that this was an accident. >> this was not an act of terrorism. we wanted to get that information out quick. that was a vehicle accident. >> reporter: but ryder, who >> reporter: but reiter, who consults for security firms, says this accident should be a wake- up call. >> far more people get killed by drunks and inexperienced drivers than by terrorists. >> reporter: he says it would be about $100,000 fix to replace these bollards at the oakland airport and upgrade them to newer technology. from oakland airport, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is up next, with north korean
leader kim jong-un's secret trip to china. >> and the white house is announcing a deal with south korea. but it's north korea and its nukes that the white house is focusing on. i'm lauren blanchard live in washington with more. >> also ahead, another shake-up at the white house. the secretary of veterans affairs is out. coming up, who the president nominated to fill the post. >> and $29 million worth of cryptocurrency going to help teachers. more on the big donations from a bay area company. stay with us, ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is next.
san francisco police say they have arrested a suspect following this morning's deadly hit-and-run crash in the city's dogpatch neighborhood. investigators say suspect mark dennis swung an axe at a group of people before intentionally hitting them with his van and then driving off. one person was killed. four others were injured. police believe the crash followed a fight between the suspect and the victims. a grim discovery in berkeley where a fetus washed up along the shore with its umbilical cord still attached. a passerby discovered the remains yesterday along the waterfront behind golden gate field. berkeley police say the remains were of a well developed male baby. authorities are now trying to determine where the baby came
from and what happened to the mother. hundreds of activists from "black lives matter" took to the streets in sacramento today to protest the police killing of 22-year-old stephon clark 10 days ago. at certain points, demonstrators as you can see here walked into an intersection disrupting traffic. a wake was held today for clark. funeral tomorrow, al sharpton will give the eulogy. ou're watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. president trump took to twitter today saying he thinks there is a good chance that north korea is willing to move toward peace. this comes after north korean leader kim jong-un's secret trip to china. lauren blanchard is in the nation's capital with more. analysts are skeptical. >> reporter: yeah. good evening, frank, julie. this week north korean leader kim jong-un left his country for the first time since taking power in 2011. in a surprise trip to china. now, the administration says
that's proof that their maximum pressure campaign is working. this handshake just made things a little more complicated for president trump. some analysts say the surprise visit by kim jong-un to see chinese president xi jinping says kim is trying to gain leverage for negotiations with the u.s. >> this meeting is a means to demonstrate that relations with china despite all the past tensions are still not so bad and that china has his back. >> reporter: in a wednesday tweet, president trump said xi told him: kim looks forward to his meeting with me. in the meantime, and unfortunately, maximum sanctions and pressure must be maintained at all costs. >> we would like to see this obviously is something of a global importance and we want to make sure that it's done as soon as we can but we also want to make sure it's done properly. >> reporter: while north korea hopes to have china in its corner, the u.s. will have south korea.
the president touted a new trade deal with south korea in tweet ending with, let's now focus on our important security relationship. at the forefront of that security relationship with south korea, keeping the korean peninsula nuclear free. -- nuclear-free. >> the reason that north korea wants to have nuclear missiles that can reach the united states is because they can blackmail and coerce the united states and our allies. >> reporter: the administration has set a goal of the trump-kim meeting before the end of may. there's no firm date but white house officials say they are cautiously optimistic it will happen. frank, julie? >> lauren blanchard in the nation's capital tonight. lauren, thank you. president trump made another change to his cabinet today with an announcement on twitter. as expected, veterans affairs secretary david shulkin is out. he is the second cabinet secretary to leave over controversies involving travel expenses. the president said he intends to nominate highly respected
admiral ronnie jackson as the next secretary of veterans affairs. dr. jackson served as physician to president obama as well as president trump. jury deliberations began in florida today to decide whether the widow of the pulse nightclub shooter helped her husband plan that deadly attack. 31-year-old noor salman faces life in prison if convicted. holly bristo reports. >> reporter: an infant baby strollerk a pink blanket, a life-sized baby doll inside this box. evidence found inside omar mateen's minivan that the government glossed over until today. suddenly changing their theory saying omar's intended target disney springs, not pulse. and that noor salman thought pulse was at disney spring a place the government said she helped her husband scout on june 8th with their child in tow, telling the jury that's one way she helped her husband plan to commit terrorism on behalf of isis.
mateen intending to use the stroller, blanket and fake baby to conceal his ar-15 and ammunition blending in with families, ruined when surveillance video shows him showing up to disney springs seeing a slew of uniformed deputies. the defense team reacted to the government's change in tactics. >> we knew for a year and a half what their theory was and it's all about pulse. all of a sudden for the first time, in the closing arguments, not the emphasis. now it's disney. the jury will decide. we don't believe it. but they will decide records in >> reporter: she reminded the jury of the last second change in tactics saying the government just admitted the case they have been presenting doesn't add up. salman's uncle feeling confident in her defense. >> i feel good. i feel good because i always
put myself in the jury place. >> reporter: the jury already had three questions this afternoon. they asked the judge for some clarification on one of the jury instructions and also asked for an index of the evidence present at trial. the judge said no to that. then they asked for three different statements that noor salman made to the fbi, a printed version of those. the judge sent those in. for now at the federal courthouse, holly bristo, ktvu fox 2 news. coming up new at 6:30, hewlett-packard enterprises moving out of palo alto. details on where the new headquarters will be located. >> also ahead a warm welcome not neighborhood for amazon. the party today for the company's new offices in east palo alto. >> not just here because the land was cheap.
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alto church had a lunch for amazon employees today. the reverend albert macklin calls his noontime party a welcome to the neighborhood barbecue. it was held on capitol avenue. amazon recently released an office complex near the church that's expected to provide some 1300 jobs. macklin says amazon has an obligation to everyone living in east palo alto. > they need to know they are not just here because the land was prime and it's prime location to be part of silicon valley. coming into east palo alto, you're here to help us make this city what it should be. >> the pastor is urging amazon to help the many nonprofit organizations in east palo alto as one way to show it's committed to improve the community. still to come here, $29 million going to help teachers. >> i do not believe there has ever been a day when this many classroom dreams came true. >> up next, more on the big donation from a bay area
company. >> and in weather lots of sunshine some warmer temperatures out there as well with site of and 80s and another warm forecast for your thursday coming up. ing up. coming up at 7:00 on ktvu plus, five members of a family found dead as the search continues for three more children after a car went over a cliff along the mendocino coast. we'll talk live with the sheriff about where the investigation stands right now. also, former san francisco mayor willie brown's daughter will join us. she will tell us about her new music video to benefit the north bay's fire victims. that's all coming up at 7:00 on ktvu plus.
a business in san francisco is hoping to give teachers all across the country their, quote, best day ever. ripple is a cryptocurrency company and they just donated $29 million to pay for every teacher's wish list on the site donors choose.org. ann rubin tells us schools like ravenswood middle school in east palo alto say this gift is priceless. reporter: instruments are expensive. at ravenswood middle school it all adds up. there's never enough money to cover it all. >> music programs are expensive to fund. i can't stomach asking the district for everything that we need. but i still want a really good opportunity for my students.
>> reporter: so music teacher sarah moulder uses donors -- uses donorschoose.org where you make a request and donors can choose to pay for it. she had four requests on the site yesterday when the unthinkable happened. >> ripple has donated $29 million to donorschoose.org to fund every, single classroom project. >> reporter: ripple a san francisco-based cryptocurrency company literally paid for every request on the site, 35,000 in all. among them, 3500 computers, 2800 packs of construction paper, 270 calculators and the list goes on. they say they wanted to thank teachers cross the nation for the hard work they do each day. >> i do not believe there has ever been a day when this many classroom dreams came true. >> reporter: in the ravenswood district in east palo alto, nearly half the students are homeless. nearly all qualify for free or reduced price lunch. administrators say the impact of a gift like this is enormous.
>> it's going to give us that equal feel to our students that many of our schools don't have. >> reporter: in this case, there's new uniforms on the way. students and teachers are grateful to ripple for helping them get the tools they need to make music. >> they cost a lot of money and the people they are donating are helping a lot. >> i have no words. i can't imagine $29 million, i can't fathom that amount of money. i don't understand how somebody can be so generous and take care of so many classrooms. i'm excited for all the teachers cross the country that get to do these wonderful things with their kids. >> the school district says there were always more needs to be met. in fact, they posted a new request on donorschoose.org today. in east palo alto, ann rubin, ktvu fox 2 news. great story. instant change as we wrap up the school year heading into the summer. our forecast includes some
warming temperatures out there. 70s and 80s. in fact, we had one record to report today toward the oakland airport maxing out around 77 degrees. the timing is perfect with the a's home opener for tomorrow. lots of sunshine those readings approaching the mid-70s by first pitch during the 1:00 hour. here's the satellite. we're showing you just lots of clear skies up and down the state. the main storm track is to the north. as we come in real close here, we have also traced in the surface winds as a north wind. that's typically a warming wind. you probably felt that change over the past couple of days. current numbers still showing you 80 degrees out toward concord, santa rosa 76. san francisco a great evening to walk around the embarcadero right now. currently 70 degrees. and san jose checking in 76. here's our live camera looking out toward the golden gate bridge. looking out toward the marin headlands here, as well. you can see a bit of haze and also just a few high clouds. shaping up to be a nice
wednesday evening. tomorrow morning, temperatures mainly in the 40s and 50s. these brighter colors indicate the warming temperatures out there. and you can see a few 80s starting to show up once again. warmest locations tomorrow will be approaching the mid-80s. i'm thinking tomorrow probably the warmest day of the week. here's the area of high pressure this big h offshoring about into the area 70s and the 80s. partly sunny skies as cooler over the weekend. here's the forecast model showing you this. tomorrow we are in the clear for your thursday. once again in your friday and then by saturday, a few extra clouds paying us a visit by late saturday morning into the afternoon hours. forecast highs for tomorrow will be in the 70s and 80s. so very warm out there. as i mentioned tomorrow could be one of the warmest days of the week. oakland 79. livermore 81 degrees. san jose 82. gilroy 84. and san francisco 79. lots of 70s right near the
immediate coastline. and here's a look ahead at your five-day forecast. it's looking nice. we'll cool off a little by friday and into saturday. every year when i put in the easter bunny, do we like that? >> it's cute. >> i do. >> there we go with the bunny. >> where do you find that? >> we have a whole little palette with symbols and doodles. >> wouldn't be the same. >> he is paying us a visit again and the easter bunny doesn't need an umbrella on sunday. >> thank you. new at 6:30, california has a new deputy first dog. calle brown is a two-month-old bore doodle a cross between a poodle and a border collie. she is deputy first dog because she joins a welsh corgi mix as the official first dog. >> awww. >> playing in the snow there. >> the low rider. coming up next in sports, mark's favorite moments from the preseason bay bridge series
the warriors and we're not used to talking about losing streaks when we're talking about the warriors. >> hope is on the way. kd and draymond may play very soon but six out of nine losses? >> really amazing. >> that goes back a few years. buy a couple of interesting statistics jumped out at me. only 44 times this year will the four superstars having played with each other. last night their tenth home defeat of the season. that's more than they have lost at home at oracle in the last three years. so as times have changed, obviously there's reason and obviously they don't seem to be worried. this is prior to last night's loss to the pacers. they are keeping it cool but the warriors, i don't know, i think you can play good basketball no matter who is in there. they turned over 11 times and scored 11 points in the 4th quarter. it's just weird times right now for the golden state warriors
who figure to be able to turn it on when everybody comes back but right now, even the media doesn't know what to ask steve kerr. >> you guys are exactly like my team was this morning. nobody has any energy. >> yeah. >> media or players. >> there you go. like i said, weird times. meanwhile, the santa clara county district attorney's office hasn't decided whether or not to press charges against reuben foster arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and possession of an assault weapon. at the nfl owners meeting today, jed york issued a statement regarding this of no decision yet. see if we can look at what jed york had to say. from my conversations with john and kyle:
>> basically you would have to say he is on a "one and done" relate now. the baseball season starts tomorrow. first time in decades that all major league teams open their seasons. the giants go to l.a. taking care of business against the dodgers. hopefully without madison bumgarner throwing and we'll take a look back at the bay bridge series against the oakland a's and also this is what the giants might have in store for them against the dodgers. this happened last night. yeah. kind of like the oakland coliseum a few years ago. dodger stadium usually pristine but right now, last night's game cut short a waste water
pipeline burst, terrible smell. the health department disinfected everything. it should be ready for the giants who then they get a stinker against the giants. >> derek holland of the san francisco giants last night: >> the thing is here we are trying to watch a great game of baseball. there is the giants, they are up 1-0. and, um, now, it's been an exciting day here. it's a little cold but that's all right. we'll carry on from here. >> you recognized him. that was kermit the frog. i thought it was pee wee herman. i blew it. time to check this out. the greek freak will be in town this week with milwaukee. he and steve nash got together showing off their soccer background. they thought that they would only be able to do this five times. they got it up to 94. >> wow. >> what? >> 94? >> unbelievable. good night.
okay, inavatar, when they have sex on pandora, they hook up their ponytails, so we know their ponytails are like their junk. yeah... so? so, when they ride horses and fly on the birds, they also use their ponytails. what's your point? my point is, if i were a horse or a bird, i'd be very nervous around james cameron. it amazes me how you constantly obsess over fictional details when there are more important things in the real world to worry about. for example, why wasn't william shatner in the newstar trekmovie? hey, sheldon. i was up in the administration office, and i happened to overhear the name of the winner of this year's chancellor's award for science. and you want to rub my nose in the fact that my contributions are being overlooked again? i am the william shatner of theoretical physics. all right, i'll play. what self-important, preening fraud are they honoring this year? oh, i'm so glad you asked it like that. you. i won? you won.