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. this is mornings on 2 weekend. >> welcome to mornings on 2 it's saturday march 31st i am ally rasmus. >> claudine is enjoying a day off i am frank mallicoat. we are learning that the tesla suv which crashed last week in mountain view was on auto pilot mode right before that crash. >> tesla reloseed. >> he -- released new information and we will have more on the investigation by federal authorities to determine the safety of that auto pilot technology. and new details in stephon clark's death. we are learning he was shot by sacramento police 8 times. >> 6 of the shots fired landed in his back. we will explain what the new autopsy report means for the investigation and how it contradicts the account of the shooting given by police.
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and, we do have a winner for the mega millions jackpot that has grown well it's over a half a billion bucks and some guy won it. >> it's not us. >> no it's not. >> not here on the ktvu mornings weekend pool. we will let you know who got the poise coming up. >> and where -- prize coming up. >> and where he is from. >> let's go over to rosemary because we have a easter weekend holiday and think everyone will like it. >> it's not bad at all. temperatures will continue to cool just little bit for our weekend. partly cowedy skies. dry -- cloudy skies. we have a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures on the cool side but not too bad. we will get to those in a moment. look at this. a bit of a glorious start to your weekend. if you are getting out and about, we have got temperatures in the 40s and 50s this morning. and then for the afternoon, a lot of 60s and 70s. give you a view at -- giving you view of the mums. santa rosa 46 degrees.
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as wales inland east bay, livermore at 48. arounded bay low 50s. san francisco, oakland and san jose all in the low 50s at this hour. and as we get into the second part of the day, the partly cloudy skies will continue. here's storm tracker 2 where areas in the north bay and into lake county where we are partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. and a few clouds rolling over the central and south bay as well providing us a beautiful sunrise. for your forecast today, along the east bay shore including areas over hayward into the upper 60s and look at that. relatively mild this morning. and as we get into the lungch hour, low -- lunch hour low to mid-60s. upper 60s for the rest of the day including oakland as well as san leandro and berkeley and kensington all the small beautiful communities along the east bay shore. upper 70s expected in antioch. 76 for san jose. and further north bay 78 santa rosa. mid-be 60s in pacifica. temperatures will cool just
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slightly for your easter sunday. we are dry in the extended forecast. but i do see that possibility of some rain coming our way. i will have details on this coming up in a bit. >> thanks. tesla released new information about a crash that killed a driver near mountain view last week. >> leigh martinez joins us from the tesla store in walnut creek with what tesla says it uncovered in that internal investigation. leigh, good morning. >> reporter: yes, good morning. tesla confirms that the driver did have the car set to auto pilot. and that the logs show he did not have his hands on the steering wheel at the time of the fatal crash. now the accident happened on friday march 23rd at 9:27 in the morning. on highway 101 near mountain view. the driver died at the hospital. yesterday, tesla said it recovered the computer logs from the model x. the logs confirmed the driver was using the auto pilot feature at the time of the crash. tesla says the driver was not
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holding the steering wheel when the car crashed and the following distance was set to minimum. the statement said, the driver had received several visual and one audible hands on warning earlier in the drive. the driver he's hands were not detected on the wheel for 6 seconds prior to the collision. ktvu previously spoke with the tech and auto reporter on collisions with self-driving cars. >> the auto pilot is not a self- driving feature. what it does is it is puts the car in super cruise control mode in certain scenarios. but the human behind the wheel is supposed to still be monitoring the road, but we have seen such as in 2016a. fatal crash in florida that sometimes the driver the human becomes overdependent on the technology. >> reporter: the ntsb2016 crash investigation found that the company held some blame because of how the test drive was designed. tesla reiterate -- reiterated
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asafety barrier was missing. and made the crash more severe. tesla says it working with investigators to better understand what happened. and tesla also said in a statement yesterday that the driver had about 5 seconds and 158 meters of unobstructed view of the concrete barrier but didn't take any action. >> thanks we will check back later. that crash in mountain view and the investigation surrounding it comes at a tough time for the electric car company. tesla was touted as company that could change the auto industry but this week, it has seen the stock slide to the lowest level in a year due to safety concerns about the self- driving technology and also sluggish production at the company's fremont auto plant. one financial expert says tesla violated a principle taught in every business school. >> underpromise and overdeliver. they have seem to do the opposite. those can be cured but if you get a reputation in the markets
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as overpromising and underdelivering, that can be sort of semi-fatal to the stock price. >> other consumer experts point out however that tesla remains a solid brand and the company's ceo elon musk has a strong track record of overcoming obstacles. 7:06. happening today, former warriorand sings plack matt barnes will host a rally in sack -- player matt barnes will host a rally in sacramento in honor of stephon clark. >> barnes invited war yars and keenings players to ated ahead of the game tonight. they are playing at golden one center where there's been several protest over the shooting death of clark this past week. >> private autopsy results from stephon clark are raising more questions about the circumstances of the shooters. according to the examination he was hit 8 times out of the 20 rounds that were feared by the sacramento police -- fired by the sacramento police. 7 to the back and -- 6 in the
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back one in the side and the 8th in the thigh. >> forensic pathologist presented the findings. clock with a -- clark was shot to death on march 18th in his grand more's backyard as police searched for a man smashing car windows. officers believed that clark was armed and was walking towards them but he was only in fact careying a cell phone. pathologist says the findings shows clark was facing away from the officers when they opened fire. >> his back was slightly facing the officers left back to the side that's why you have the entrance to the back of the side of the back. during the interaction, he had his back towards the officers. not his front. >> official autopsy results from the county coroner are not expected for several weeks. sack wramento mayor -- sacramento mayor released a statement about the shooting and autopsy writing from the moment we saw the video we knew the details of the horrific
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shooting were graphic and disturbing. we have an obligation to everyone involved including the family of stephon clark to wait for the full findings and results from the official autopsy and investigation. the widow of the pulse night include gunman is expected to return -- club gunman is expected to return home. >> it's great day for misssalman. >> this is video of noor salman as she left courtroom in orlando yesterday. the jury found her not guilty of helping her late husband omar mateen plot the tear of the attack that killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in june of 2016 in orlando. her defense team says the evidence simply was not there. >> the more we learned, the better she looked. most cases are exactly the opposite. the more you know, the worst the defendant looks. >> families of the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting
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sat stone faced and silent as the jer announced the verdict. the mother of a shooting victim says she is disturbed that salman is a free woman. >> now she will stylly be able to -- actually be able to raise her son. she will actually be able to see him get married, see him have children so when i am here alone and looking at what i have is a wall of memories of christopher, that's all i am going to have. >> authorities arrested salman at a home in the east bay city of rodeo shortly after the mass shooting in florida. she is expected to return to the bay area at any time. a man is arrested after fleeing police on friday night in gilroy to # 1-year-old was taken down by -- the -- the 31- year-old was taken down by a k- 9. he was spotted after 5 p.m. by officers and was later ahe rested at east 7th and chestnut
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streets. officers say he was wanted on felony warrants and he fled when he saw the police officers. he was hurt during the arrest and was taken to the hospital. no one else was injured. a san jose man remains in jail this morning for his involvement in a deadly hit-and- run crash that killed a pedestrian in sunnyvale. alexander montes was arrested thursday afternoon at his home. he was driving the car police say, that hit 61 -year-old aleta garcia on march 1st. the 33-year-old is charged with vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run. he is held on 110,000 dollars bail and has a hearing schedule for tuesday. a san francisco mcdonald's will be turned into a affordable housing. fast-food restaurant closed for good this week. earlier in the year city paidmore than $15 million for the site to build more housing. the building is associated with crime for years but could be demolished in the next couple months. city officials plan to host community meetings to get
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public opinion on a decision for the building. coming up on mornings on 2, we are learning more about a fetus found along the berkeley shoreline earlier this week. >> what authorities say likely happened to its mother coming up. >> and the panic and chaos surrounding the north bay fires. they are being heard in new 911 calls recently released. 2 investigates how the information could help save lives.
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good morning to you. and happy saturday. yes, i. >> that's amazing. >> agree. alooks like -- it looks like a water painting. >> we have a little fog pouring into san francisco. some along the coastline a mix of high clouds overhead and providing us with a beautiful
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sunrise. we have temperatures very nice and mild for your afternoon today. i will have a look at your weekend coming up. >> thank you rosemary. we can listen to the 911 calls from the night fires that scorched the north bay. >> our 2 investigates team obtained the recordings. ktvu brooke jarosz plays the calls that documents the fears and urgency needed to save people and property. >> reporter: our team spent hours reviewing transcripts, looking at incident reports, listening to dispatch audio and 911 calls. and what we found were the terrifying moments of people trapped, dispatchers overwhelmed and a lack of resources. all while the fires spread and burned out of control. >> okay, my god. oh my god. what the hell. >> reporter: resim bell helpl on -- helpl -- resembling hell on earth. >> we are trying to escape.
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>> reporter: like this mother. >> alex let's go. no. no. come on. >> reporter: what 911 calls show started as a wind event. >> the wind is blowing really hard and i think it's making the wires that are just above the street hit each other or something. >> we will let them know. >> reporter: it became much more serious soon. >> yes, a fire is heading fast i think it's the electrical from the wind downed power lines. >> reporter: and emergency communications centers began getting dozens of calls some callers left hanging on the line for several minutes. dispatchers were even frustrated. >> you stop transferring the calls we can't take them. >> it's our fault we have to transfer. the call. >> reporter: less than an hour later fire was reported at people's doors. >> we can't get out. >> what? >> we are trap and can't get out. >> reporter: resources were so scarce first responders were feeling helpless. >> you don't have anybody -- no ambulances? >> no we do not. i am sorry>> is there anyway we
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can bring the patience to meet somebody. >> reporter: with communication towers going down it became increasingly difficult for fire crews to mobilize. >> do you have any engens available? i need 20 engines. >> what alarm are you at? >> we are at 5, 6th, 10th alarm we need 30 engines. >> reporter: those trapped hoped and preyed and waited. prayed and waited. >> they can't get out of the gate. they are trapped in the property. they need somebody now. >> hello. >> what is your name? >> we are going to die. >> reporter: for 2 investigates, brooke jarosz, ktvu fox news. >> that brings it home. time now is 7:16. oakland's fire marshal has stepped down to take same job in gilroy. he saw the department through a number of challenges including the ghostship warehouse fire after that tragedy the department was criticized for having hundreds of backlogged
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building inspections. the controversy led to the departure of the fire chief. current chief white plans to serve as acting fire marshal until a permanent replacement is hished. trujillo was fire marshal in oakland since 2015. former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is recovering from emergency open heart surgery. he went to cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles to replace a heart valve. harvey levin says doctors knew the procedure may not work and had a team ready to perform open heart surgery. they did have to perform the emergency surgery. >> the person i spoke with who i know and trust, he said arnold was not in danger of dying. he was, you know, in stable condition. the entire time. >> schwarzenegger is said to be be in good spirits. it's being reported that his first words after waking up from the surgery were i am back.
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>> or with a it i am back. >> something along those loins. >> his sense of humor i could only imagine what that was like. we are glad the former governor is doing well. guess what? warm weather is back too which is good news for all of us with with easter popping up tomorrow. tomorrow morning. yes, so we are not going to be as warm as we experienced back on thursday when we broke several records. think we broke a few yesterday. temperatures are trending downwards. they will continue as we get into the weekend the still very nice. mild, spring like, and how about a view of homewood in lake tahoe. isn't that another gorgeous view. i tell you just can't beat california. we have got great weather here. we have got great weather there. i will show you what to expect in tahoe coming up in a moment. here's a look at storm tracker 2. we will talk about some of the changes that we saw earlier in the week. how the ridge of high pressure ride over the bay area is slipping as we get in a little closer. you can see the clouds here on display. you can see the clouds overhead as well. outside your door. ridge is in place but weakening
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a little bit. weakened by the system that is riding over the north. so, that has changed our pattern just a little bit. we are still above average and we are still very mild for this time of year. but temperatures not quite as warm as that high pressure breaks down just some. even seeing a little bit of fog back this morning along the coastline. we are seeing slip in the -- into san francisco as well. a bit of a cooler pattern into the weekend. today slightly cooler than yesterday. today slightly cooler than today. outside the door right now, still very lovely. it's a bit cool for our inland cities where we are starting out. 46 degrees in areas over santa rosa and 48 in livermore. heading to the coast, the chilly start half-moon bay. 48. but closer to areas like san francisco and you are in the mid-50s. 53 in oakland and south by a of -- bay of san jose 54 there. look at the afternoon numbers. 75 san rafael. mid-70sin napa.
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to the east bay, upper 7 0á for the inland communities heading to the west. san francisco -- 70s for the inland communities. heading to the west, into the south bay for today, a mild nice 73 mountain view 76. san jose, 73 at the coast of santa cruise cruz. 79 for gilroy. here's the tahoe forecast. very cold and freezing and a bit lee low -- below freezing in the overnight hours. in the afternoon a mix of sun and clouds for today. mostly sunny expected for easter sunday. and temperatures nearing right about 60 degrees. so that's nice spring weather for the skiers out there. they will need the sun block. there's a look at the extended forecast. temperatures again a tad cooler come sunday for the easter egg hunts and picnics and things going on. monday, tuesday, wednesday, right now look dry. and it looks like by thursday, in fact we put increasing clouds there on wednesday because it looks like by thursday, we just may need the umbrella once again. rain expected. frank we are in a deficit and need to welcome what we get.
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>> good to have variety. >> i know. i know. just been so nice. >> it has. yeah. >> enjoy it. >> a bit 56 break. -- bit of a break but all good. if you purchase your mega million tickets in new jersey, you might want to check the numbers. >> walnut creek didn't work huh? >> all right frank. >> one single winer is taking home $521 million jackpot. fourth largest in the game's history. >> across america, with mega jackpot it's mega millions. >> there you go. they picked them last night. jackpot had grown to over 520 million dollars. no one had won since january. that makes it the 10th biggest lottery prize in u.s. history. so much for the ktvu poll. we are gainfully employed and showing up for work. >> you guys maybe should include me and then i will bring you extra luck. >> you saved money this time. >> to the a -- not a great
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investment. the numbers again... and the cash option is 317 million bucks in cash. >> we could only dream on. coming up next, falling back to earth. that's what will happen to one of china's space stations. >> when you can expect to see it burning upon reentry. >> and tsa added an extra layer of security the next time you fly. why the change may leave you feeling a little hungry during the flight. we will explain when we come back.
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welcome back. it's 7:24. walt mart -- walmart is in talks to buy humana. if the deal goes through, it would make the giant retailer also one of the country's largest health insurers. humans a is a major provider of medicare advantage and partners with walmart to offer prescription drugs. neither company would comment
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on the report. snacks greeting has bun. tsa are now asking air travelers to remove their food from their carry on bags at airport checkpoints and there are signs directing them to remove the snacks put them on the conveyor belt. snacks can often clutter up the bag and prevent scaners from getting a better look at an image and that could make it tougher to detect a bomb. another successful launch for spacex on friday. >> 3, 2, 1. >> it took place at vandenberg air force base along the central california coast. it carried 10 satellites in space for a telecommunication company. all the satellites were successfully released into or not. and that launch marks the 10th time that spacex launched a previously used falcon rocket. look out for a falling space station this weekend. china lost contact with a
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station two years ago. now the chances of it hitting here in the bay area are extremely slim, but possible. the station is expected to fall back to earth between now and monday. most of it should burn up and re-- in reentry but there's a slight possible chance some of the larger pieces may survive and make it all the way down to earth. that's a little disturbing. >> yeah. hopefully they are keeping an eye on it and we will get aheads up. >> keep your head to the sky. it's 7:26. more than 50%, 5-0, of the student one palo alto school district don't have a permanent place to call home. >> how a new series of programs aimed to help the homeless students and their families. >> reporter: there's new information on the fatal crash on highway 101 and they say the driver had it in auto pilot. auto pilot. there's only one word for the all new
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you want to spend easter in rio de janeiro. just to keep you up-to-date, it's 88 delightful degrees there. it's about 11:30 and it look like a go-do it day. >> a little some about a. >> what -- samba. >> what is it? >> i don't think it's that
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particular song but it's it has the beat. >> she is down there somewhere happy saturday and weekend. i am frank mallicoast. >> i am allie rasmus in for claudine. it's not 88 around here. but it's nice. we are not dancing but. >> we could. >> we could. we definitely coo. we have -- could. we have great weather coming our way. it's not going to be that warm. temperatures in the 70s for most at the coast it will be in the 60s. and a lot of it has to do with what you see right there in your view. the fog is back for some. it's along the coastline and it's spilling into san francisco. and that is in addition to the high clouds we saw yesterday. back in the forecast for today as well. here's visibility so we are not dealing with issues when it comes to visibility for most you can see 10 miles. but as i take a look here, at the coastline, that darker shade of gray right around it looks like half-moon bay you could have a little bit of patchy dense fog along highway
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one this morning. there's no reading on it. but we can see it with our eyes. giving you a view at the temperatures. up to a bit of a cool start for some of us. our inland communities 48 in napa. 47 in fairfield. and close to the bay. 54 in hayward and 52 to start the morning in redwood city. 55 san francisco. and a chilly one at half-moon bay where we have a little fog hanging over upper 40s for you to start the day. and we will take a tour and look at menlo park 47 outside the door. 48 for you san matarot. 49 in antioch and alamo checking in the upper 40s as well as down here although we lost the readings. temperatures coming down slightly in the afternoon. picking up on just a little bit of fog. cloud cover over areas like lake county, north bay and around the bay. going to be with us. the thin high clouds filtered sunshine in store for the afternoon. there's the lunchtime and for the second part of the day, that fog kind of lurking. so may move closer to the coast. and then back away once again.
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and any event, temperatures will feel quite nice for most. mid-60s to mid-70sch upper 70s for inth inland cities. love 70s for east bay shore. 74 in redwood city. upper 70s concord and san jose and into the north bay 78 in santa rosa. temperatures slightly cooler for your easter sunday if you are out celebrating, i will look at what to expect. and in the extended forecast, a possibility of rain coming our way coming up. >> thanks. test lare-- tesla released new information that killed a driver near marten view last we are. >> leigh martinez joins with us what tesla -- martin -- mountain view late last week. >> leigh mart martinez joins us live from what tesla has to say. >> reporter: they say the driver had the car in auto pilot and didn't have their hands on the steering wheel at the time of the crashch accident happened on friday march 23rd at 9:27 in the
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morning on highway 101 near mountain view. the driver died at the hospital. yesterday, tesla recovered the computer logs from the modelx. logs confirm the driver was using the auto pilot feature at the time of the crash. tesla says the driver was not holding the wheel when the car crashed into the highway's concrete barrier and following distance was set to a minimum. the statement said, the driver had received several visual and one audible be hands on warning earlier in the drive. and the driver's hands were not detected on the wheel for 6 seconds prior to the collision. ktvu previously spoke with the tech and auto reporter on several recent collisions withself-drive cars one in 2016 with tesla's model s. >> the auto pilot is not a self- driving feature. what it does is it puts the car in some essentially super cruise control mode in certain scenarios. but the human behind the wheel is supposed to still be monitoring the road. but, we have seen such as in 2016 a fatal crash in florida
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that times the driver, the human, becomes over dependent on the technology. >> reporter: the ntsb, 2016 crash investigation found tesla held some blame because of how the test drive was designed. tesla reiterated a safety barrier designed to reduce the impact into the concrete devieder was missing and made the crash more severe. tesla says it's working closely with investigators to better understand what happened. tesla said in the statement that the driver had about 5 seconds and 150 meters of unobstructed view of the concrete barrier. and yet, the driver didn't take any action. >> leigh martinez live for us at walnut creek. thanks. we have got new information about a fetus discovered along the berkeley shoreline earlier this week. >> an autopsy was performed on friday. the alameda county sheriff he's office says the male fetus was likely -- sheriff's office says the male fetus was likely the
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cause of a miscarriage. officials are urging the mother to go to the hospital to seek treat. it was discovered with the umbilical cord attached. students and their families in one school district are being hit especially hard by the housing crisis. half students there -- half the students there are homeless. the programs the school district is implementing to help those in need. >> reporter: for many students, in the ravenswood city school district this is what home looks like. some live in rvs. others in garages a few in tents. >> at the end of the 2016-17 school year, we were at 55% homeless. i -- i was appalled. >> reporter: that's right half the kids in the district are homeless. their families unable to afford rent in silicone valley. the definition of homeless in the case includes those puttingfamilies in single rooms or garage spaces. among them a woman who spoke to
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us through a translator. >> for a time her older child stayed with friends and she and her husband were sleeping in the car. >> reporter: and ravenswood in east palo alto has taken action. this year they put washers and driers at the school so kids wouldn't have dirty clothes. they introduced a hot supper in addition to the breakfast, snacks and lunches served. the distract has vans to pick up kids and they brought in counselors to help students cope. >> again, that's not enough but it's a band-aid approach but that's the best we can do. >> reporter: they also realized families needed help outside of school hours and so they formed a partnership with second harvest to open an on-site food pantry. >> we know that there are children who were eating well during the week when school was in session but on weekends not so well. >> reporter: while it's start those in this rv enclave say more needs to be done. >> we want to make awareness of
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our community that -- community that we need support for this people because it's a problem. it's not going's way. >> reporter: so many are packing up and leaving town. the ravenswood district lost a thousand students over the last five years. and with them, the state funding. >> financial impact on us this year was pretty devastating. we ended up with a 3.3 million dollars deficit -- dollar deficit. >> reporter: they say the situation is not sustainable for the district or families. >> they will have to leave. >> reporter: next the superintendent says she will look at building teacher housing on school grounds because she says the students are not the only ones who are suffering. teachers, she says, are also having a have been -- having a hard time with the cost of living. ann rubin ktvu fox news. a immigration judge ordered the release of a undocumented imgrant who has been in custody for several months after being arrested dropping his daughter off at day care.
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federal immigration agents took fernando carrillo in to custody in october. he is expected to be released next week and will be allowed to stay in the united states. his lawyer argued he could be in danger if forced to return to mexico due to the family ties to law enforcement south of the border. >> what i can say is fernando is very lucky and he had actual evidence of what had happened to him, which many of our clients do not. evidence from the mexican government itself that he really could not return. >> ice said that carrillo was deported previously and also had a dui conviction but he can live in the united states with his family but will never be able to become a citizen or travel outside of the u.s. california is suing a major hospital chain accused of center health of driving up costs by anticompetitive prices. the attorney general announced the lawsuit in sacramento and
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says he received complaints from both consumers and their employers about the health care costs. about a careo says -- becerra says a 6er yield investigation found they charged too much for doctors out of the sutter network restricted insurance companies from giving consumers lower costs options, and told insurers they had to work within everything within sutter health or the insurance couldn't be used at all. >> we seek to stop sutter from continuing this illegal conduct. the consequences of the practices for northern california families are and have been real. >> sutter health owns 24 hospital here in the state and reported a net income last year of $893 million. the company issued a response which reads in part, sutter health is proud to save patience and government pairs and health plans hundreds of millions of doars each year by providing more efficient and integrated care.
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police arrested a man in san leandro for stealing wheels and tires off several vehicles. police are still searching for a second person who they say helped that man commit the crimes. an officer first spotted the man taking the tires off new honda early friday morning in san leandro. police say when the suspect the thief sought officer he jumped into the passenger seat of a mercedes suv and led officers on a chase. the suv crashed into a parked car and nearly hit the officer. inside the mercedes police found several sets of stolen tires and wheels. >> there's two other complete sets. there's 8 more tires and wheels inside the car and we don't know who they belong to. someone else this morning gotvictimized overnight and probably woke up to the car on the ground. >> police say the man they arrested was the passenger in that suv. the driver escaped and that's the person they are looking for. police believe the thieves were targeting newer model hondas and acuras. we now know the names of two san francisco police officers involved in last week's deadly shooting at a
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barbershop. officials say the officers are kevin indough and test casey and they fired the weapons in the shootout at amazon barbershop. they were searching for jehad eid when they found him and that's when the shooting began. eid was killed. four ours were hurt including officer indough who was shot in the leg -- indo who was shot in the leg and is recovering. coming up, supporters of stephon clark continue to rally in sacramento. >> coming up, in the 8:00 hour, how the warriors could get involved before the game against the kings tonight. >> and an immigrant's rights group is on edge. why they say a new practice by the contracosta sheriff's office is exploiting a loophole in the state's sanctuary law.
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good morning to you. giving you a live look from san francisco across the bay. last weekend when we kind of struggled in the 50s, not this weekend. temperatures are ranging from the mid-60s to mid-70s even a few upper 70s for some. i will look at what to expect for your neighborhood coming up. >> thanks rowsman mary. immigrants rights groups has concerns about a practice. >> just last month the contracosta county sheriff's office started to post all the inmates release dates on the department's website. the state sanctuary laws are meant to limit local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration officials. immigrant rights advocates say the sheriff's office is trying to exploit a loophole by indirectly communicating with ice officials by posting the
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release dates of the inmates including those who may be undocumented. orange county also recently started publishing release dates online as well. today is cesar chavez day. yesterday people gathered to remember the late farm worker's labor leader and legacy. the mayor was among several hundred people who attended the legacy awards holiday breakfast. organizers say the event pays tribute to the work chavez began to make sure farm wormers -- workers are treated fairly and paid a living wage to support their families. >> the union he founded along with the -- the mission was to help farm workers to work safely to be able to provide for their families. and to improve their lives of the community that he served. >> preparations are underway for the 25th annual cesar chavez holiday parade and festival held on saturday april 14th atdolores park in san
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francisco. palestinian protesters flocked to the gaza boarder to capitalize on convergence of passover and good friday. a sit-in organized by hamas spun out of control. officers officials are reporting several deaths and hundreds of injuries there. the palian protesters are focused -- palestinian protesters are focus on the right of return the idea they should be allowed to resetel in israel. that was going on at the vatican, the pope lead good friday service. the lord's passion mass. the 81-year-old pontiff needed help to lay prone on the floor at st. peters about a sylvia in front of the altar before starting the evening mass. he delivered aer isman -- sermon urnalling the -- a sermon urging the catholic faithful to blend in with the poor while living the comfortable world behind. and taking a live look now at
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st. peters square in the vatican, about 58 degrees there. 4:45 in the afternoon. quiet now. but the square will fill up to capacity tomorrow morning as pope francis will deliver an easter mass. >> and at 58 degrees, it's kind of similar to the temperatures we are seeing maybe 50s upper 50s 60sthis week. yeah we have got some good weather coming our way. a little cool out there right now. but nothing like over the last week or so in the afternoon highs. the overnight lows come up and this morning temperatures are in the 40s. and 50s, and we do have a mix of sun and clouds out there this morning. and we even have a little bit of fog back. take a view of the, well, you see right there. on your screen, i think we are looking towards the west, yes, i can see the tower in the distance and you can see the fog kind of rolling over the city of san francisco. 52 degrees right now in san francisco. santa rosa checking in in the 40s. oakland low 50s. livermore upper 40s. san jose 54. so around our bay, temperatures
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are generally in the low to mid- 50s right now. and our inland cities a little cooler. mid to upper 40s to start your day. a look at storm tracker 2 seeing if we can debict picket what's going on. notice the curvature in here. -- depict what's going on. notice the curvature right in here. we have had record breaking heat on thursday broke a few records yesterday. temperatures will continue to cool down. you may notice the cloud cover pouring into california. so the ridge is breaking down. we have a system over the north that's riding through of the and that's what's bringing the onshore breeze back just a a little bit. we are seeing the fog this morning. and temperatures will dip as we get into today, and a little bit more for sunday. in any case, we have a beautiful forecast for today. here's santa rosa as we get into the second part of the morning. a low -- low 50s expect and lunchtime already into the upper 60s and for the second part of the day. widespread 70s. mid to upper 70s in the forecast for portions of the
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north bay going to about 78 degrees in areas over santa rosa. here's extended forecast, temperatures will be on the mild side. mid-60s at the coast. mid-70s for the rest of the us. a few upper 70s in santa rosa. san jose, and into the south bay of the and it's going to be nice -- well, we talked about san jose south bay. montin view 70s and who else is down there santa cruz, morgue -- morgan hill, gilroy. all the great communities in the area. look at the exended it -- extended forecast. we will remain dry through wednesday but we have probablyis for rain coming our with a-- promise for rain coming our way thursday no friday. >> so it's like 60 degrees out there. >> yeah. not at the moment. >> not at the moment. >> only about 32. but nearing 60 for the afternoon. >> i bet claudine doesn't have a jacket on. >> she is up there. >> you know she is always cold. >> okay. >> so i am thinking maybe about noontime. >> that's the great thing about spring skiing you can go in a t-
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shirt when it's like this. >> you have to love it. only in california. how about sports. a throw back friday at the coliseum last night. some of the a's heavy hitters passed on hand as the 50th anniversary team was announced. >> rickey henderson. >> the stolen base king received biggest ovation. other members on the team including lefty vita and former cy young winner and barry zito and mark mcgwire couldn't make the event but you saw jose canseco. they presented each member of the anniversary team a keepsake from tiffany's and the oldies got to watch the a's and angels. and this is how it started. trout feasting on a fast ball. gone. see you later. after that he was money. 7 plus innings 4 hit, one run
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ball. down 2-1 in the 9th. a chance to tie it up, but a ground out and that's all she wrote. oakland spoils a great effort from ma. >> ia and they get the -- mania and they go at it again. as for giants don't look but the g-men are 2-0 and winning in fine fashion. let's take a look. say hello, to johnny cueto. he was impressive and will sit down the dodgers forget about it. perfect through 5. no score and going to the 9th and joe panic please. >> he gets a high drive to right. it goes back out of here. >> for the second time in the first two games he hits a solo game winning home run. giants have shut out the mighty dodgers in the first two games. another 1-0 winner and here in the bottom of the 9th, 2-0 giants takes on 0-2 dodgers this afternoon.
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that sound pretty good. >> tuesday is a big day for giants fans. >> that's right. >> you will be out there. >> yeah. >> hope onlier and bright -- home opener. >> yes. the annual bfd concert featuring blink 182 is changing the location. >> we will let you know where to watch them perform in the east bay coming up this spring.
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today noble peace prize winner returns to her hometown for the first time since being shot by the taliban in 2012. the youngest noble peace prize winner ever was a blogger advocating for girls education in her home country when a gunman shot her in the head more than five years ago she gotten into oxford and set up a fund expanding girls' access to education around world. she is very impressive. she says she plans to return to pakistan after completing her studies in great britain. former star from the 90s
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movie clueless decided to end her career as a aspiring politician. the actress stacy dash ended the campaign for a southern congressional seat. she wrote on the website friday she believes the bitterness in politics and the rigors of campaigning and holding office would be detrimental to her family. dash is a republican and is pulling out about month after entering the contest in the heavily democratic 44th district which includes compton, san pedro and north long beach. plans are in motion who to rebuild burned area in the north bay. pg&e will install underground gas and electric lines in the devastated coffee park neighborhood. the utility says much of the underground equipment was destroyed by the blistering temperatures of the massive fire. pg&e calls it a huge milestone of progress in the rebuilding effort. it expects to complete installation by the end of the year. and a woman who lost her home in the north bay wild fires plans to run the boston marathon next month to raise
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money for the red cross. sylvia started a fund raising page on a website crowd rise. she wrote she wanted to help the red cross because the organization helped her family after the fires burned her napa home to the ground in october. she says she started running the boston marathon four years agoafter being moved by the city's resiliency after the bombing there. so far she has raised more than 6,000 dollars. her goal this year is to raise 10,000. the annual bfd concert is moving from the shoreline amphitheater theater in mounten view to the concord pavilion. it is set for may 13th and this year's headline cert group blink 182. the event is hosted by the radio station the new alt105.3 known as live 105. tickets go on sale april 6th. janet jackson is bringing some of her star power to the stage at outside lands music festival. organizers tweeted several clues showing portions of
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artist's albums covers. fans recognized jackson and figured out she will be one of the performers at outside lands. it revealed other acts including portugal the man and british singer songwriter rex orange county. the full lineup is announced next tuesday. three-day festival takes place in august at golden gate park. coming up, in our 8:00 hour, actor and former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is recovering this morning at a southern california hospital. >> we will let you know why he had to undergo emergency open heart surgery. >> and still, in our next hour, walmart is on track to become one of the country's largest health insurers. we will let you know which company walmart could strike a deal with when we come back.
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this is mornings on 2 weekend. >> we are going live to jackson
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hole wyoming. this is considered the gateway to yellowstone national park. you can see snow covered mountains. there's lot of ski resorts there very popular location. i am sure a lot of people are doing springtime skiing there just as they are here in our backyard. >> car boy bar. never been would love to go. >> i've driven through wyoming. >> i've been there. >> haven't been to jackson hole. >> there you go. we will take you every where. >> on the list sometime in the tiew if you are-- future. i am allie rasmus. >> i am frank mallicoat. claudine is off today enjoying a holiday. we will get your weather in moment. first let's check headlines on the weekend. we are learning tesla the suv that crashed was on auto pilot mode before crashing. >> tesla released new information within the past few hours and we will have more on the investigation by federal authorities to determine the safety of that auto pilot technology. and there are new details on stephon clark's death come
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to -- coming to light. he was shot 8 times by the police. >> 6 shots fired landed in clark's back. we will explain what the new autopsy report means for the investigation and how it contradicts the account of the shooting that was given by the police. and, sadly, we have a winner for the mega millions jackpot. it has grown to over a half a billion bucks. >> sadly for you but not the person who won. we will let you know who got the prize and where the person lives. it's not here in california. >> it's not. you have to go way back east, but, you never know. >> but, sometimes you can say we do hit the jackpot with our lovely weather here in california. and the bay area right rosemary? absolutely. we are all winners. we do a have good weather for -- if i can stay standing straight. great weather for the weekend. we are cooling it off a little bit getting into the afternoon. but still, above average for many of us. outside the doors this morning, take a look at what is back. we have got fog in san francisco. you can see it there.
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swallowed up the golden gate bridge in the last hour or so over portions of the coast. i am seeing it as well. we may have visibility issues ate long the coast. and you can see golden gate bridge also. here's a look across the bay. isn't that beautiful? almost looks like sheeshert. a -- ser -- sherwert -- sherbert. san francisco 52. oakland 53. livermore 50 degrees and san jose has jumped now into the upper 50s. and santa rosa into the upper 40s. so a bit of a chill in the air for portions of the north bay valley locations as well as inner east bay this morning. here's storm tracker 2. you can see all that cloud cover in place. the mid and high level clouds. central bay north county up along the coast and again we have a little bit of fog as you can see from the live picture we showed you a moment ago. even seeing a little dark gray near and around half-moon bay. be prepared for patchy dense fog out there this morning. so we will track that for the next hour or two.
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and then for the rest of the day, a mix of high clouds and mild temperatures expected by the second half. 69 degrees the afternoon high for today in san francisco. low 70s in oakland. upper 70s had concord and san hoe sigh is going to 76. temperatures will slide just a wee bit getting into the back end of the weekend of the we will be dry in the extended forecast until we hit about thursday. and then changes coming our way. i will look at that coming up. >> thanks. tesla released new information about a crash that killed a driver near mountain view last week. >> leigh martinez joins us from the tesla store in walnut creek with what tesla says they uncovered during its own investigation. good morning, leigh. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. tesla is saying they can confirm the driver in the fatal crash did have the car in the auto pilot mode and his hands were not on the steering wheel at the time of the crash. they also say he had about 5 second and 115 meters of unobstructed view of the concrete divider before the crash, and dent take any --
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accident and he didn't take any action. it happened at 9:27 in the morning on highway 101 near mounten viewch the driver died at the hospital. yesterday, tesla says it recovered the computer logs from the model x. logs confirm the driver was using the auto pilot feature at the time of the crash. the following distance was set to minimum. the statement said, the driver had received several visual and one audible hands on warning earlier in the drive. and the driver's hands were not detected on the wheel for 6 seconds prior to the collision. tesla said it's working closely with investigators to better understand what happened. now tesla also reiterated that they also believe the crash was made more severe because a safety dee divider before you get to the concrete barrier which is supposed to lessen the impact before you reach the concrete divider was not there. it was missing at the time of the crash and they believe that's what made it so much more severe. >> all right thanks very
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much,leigh. the deadly crash and the investigation comes at a tough time for the electric car company. tesla was touted as a country that could -- company that could change the auto industry but the stock has slid to the lowest levels due to safety concerns about the self-driving technology and sluggish production at the auto plant. one financial expert says tesla violated a basic principle taught in every business school. >> underpromise and overdeliver. they seem to have done the opposite. those can be cure. but if you begin to get a reputation in the markets as overpromising and underdelivering, that can be sort of semi-fatal to your stock price. >> other consumer experts point out however that tesla is a solid brand and the company's ceo elon musk has a strong track record overcoming obstacles in the past. happening today former warrior and sacramento kings player matt barnes will host a
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rally at noontime in sacramento in honor of stephon clark the unarmed man shot and killed by the sacramento police. >> barnes has invited warriors and kings players to attend the rally ahead of the game tonight in sacramento. they are playing at golden one center where there have been several protests over the shooting death of clark this past week. meantime, a private autopsy results for stephon clark are raising more questions about circumstances of the shooting. according to the examination, clark was hit 8 times out of the 20 rounds that were fired by the sacramento police. 6 of the shots were in his back. 7th was to the side of his body and the 8th bullet hit him in the thigh. >> a manier for san waw -- a former san joaquin pathologist presented the findings. clarking with a who the -- clarking with a shot to death as policeer is heched to arman smashing car windows. police say officers believed that -- police searched for a man smashing car windows. police say officers believed he
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was holding a weapon. clark was facing away from the officers when they opened fire. >> the black was slightly facing the officers, left back to the side. that is why you would have the entrance to the back of the side of the back. so during the entire interaction, he had his back towards the officers not his front. >> official autopsy results from the county coroner are not seked for -- expected for several wears. sacramento -- several weeks. sacramento mayor said from the moment we saw the video we knew the details were graphic and disturbing. we have a obligation involved including the family of clark to wait for the full tinedings -- findings and results from the official autopsy and investigation. the widow of the pulse night include gunman is expected -- club gunman is expected toreturn home after being acquitted by a jury. >> florida. >> she needs time to with be
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her family. >> the video of noor salman as she left the courtroom in orlando yesterday. the jury found her not guilty of helping her late husband omar mateen plot the tear of the attack that killed 49 people andn a gay nightclub in june of 2019. the defense team says the evidence was not there. >> the more we learned, the better she looked. most cases are exactly the opposite. the more you know, the worse the defendant looks. >> families of the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting sat mostly stone faced and silent as the injure announced the verdict. the mother of a shooting victim says she is disturbed that noor salman is a free woman. >> now she will actually be able to raise her son and see him get married, see him have children, so when i am here alone and looking at what i have as a wall -- which is a
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wall of memories of christopher, that's all i am going to have. >> authorities arrested salman at a home in the east bay city of row dareo -- rodeo shortly after the mass shooting in florida. she is expected to rush to the -- return to the bay area at any time. gilroy police arrested a man after fleeing from them on friday night. the 31-year-old was taken into custody thanks to the help of a police k-9. jose solori oa. was spotted after 5 p.m. and was arrested at east -- solorio was spotted around 5 p.m. and was arrested. he was hurt during the arrest and was taken to the hospital. no one else was injured. san jose man remains in jail this morning for involvement in a deadly hit-and- run crash that killed a pedestrian in sunnyvale. alexander montes was arrested at his home on thursday afternoon. police say he was driving the car that hit 61-year-old aleta garcia on march 1st.
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the 33-year-old is charged with vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run. he is being held on 110,000 dollars bail. and he has a hearing scheduled for tuesday. a san francisco mcdonald's will be converted into affordable housing the fast- food restaurant closed for good this week. earlier this year, the city paid more than 15 million dollars for the site to build more housing. the building has been associated with crime for years but it could be demolished in the next few months. city officials plan to host community immediateings to get public opinion on a design for a new building. time is 8:10. coming up next we are learning more about a fetus that was found along the berkeley shoreline earlier in the week. >> what authorities say likely happened to its mother. >> and all the panic and chaos surrounding the north bay fires being heard on new 911 calls. 2 investigate explains how this information can help save lives. stay with us. stay with us.
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a little dave brew beck to get you going. and showing you a beautiful view of the mount diablo. we have gorgeous forecast in store. we have the cloud with us today. and mild temperatures for the afternoon. i will detail what to expect for the neighborhood coming up. thanks. we cay can now listen to the 911 calls from the night the fires -- we can now listen to the 911 calls from the night the fires scorched a neighborhood. >> brooke jaros doctor. has the calls. >> reporter: our team spent hours reviewing transcripts looking at incident reports, listening to dispatch audio and 911 calls. and what we found were the terrifying moments of people
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trapped dispatchers overwhelmed and a lack of resources. all while the fires spread and burned out of control. >> okay, my god. oh, my god. what the hell. >> reporter: resembling hell on earth. >> let's go. let's go. >> reporter: panicking people. >> we are trying to escape now. >> reporter: like this mother in calistoga. >> alex let's go. no. no. come on. >> reporter: what 911 calls show started as a wind event. >> the wind is blowing really hard and i think it's making the wires that are just above the street hit each other or something. >> we will let pg&e know. >> reporter: soon it became much more serious. >> yes a. fire is spreading very fast -- yes. a fire is spreading very fast. >> reporter: emergency communications centers began getting dozens of calls. some callers left hanging on the line for several minutes. dispatchers were even frustrated. >> can you stop transferring
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the calls we can't take them. >> it's actually our policy we have to transfer. >> oh. >> reporter: less than an hour later fire was reported at people's doors. >> we are trapped and can't get out. >> what is this. >> we are trapped and we can't get out. >> reporter: meanwhile, resources were so scarce first responders were feeling helpless. >> you don't have anybody -- no ambulances? >> no we do not. i am sorry. >> is there anyway we can bring the patients to meet somebody? >> reporter: with communication towers going down, it became increasingly difficult for fire crews to mobilize. >> do you have any eng ns available i need like 20 engines. -- engines available -- night like 20 engines. >> what alarm. >>, 6, 10 we need 30 eng ns immediately. >> reporter: many of -- engines immediately. >> reporter: many of those trapped hoped, prayed and waited. >> they can't get out of the gate they are trapped in the property and need somebody now. >> hello, what is your name. >> we are going to die. >> reporter: for 2
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investigates, brooke jarosz, ktvu fox news. oakland fire mashall stepped down to take same job in gilroy. miguel trujillo has the job. controversy led to the departure of the fire chief and current chief will surf as the acting fire marshal nall permanent replace hent is hired. he has been the fire marshal in oakland since 2015. former california governor arnold schwarzenegger is recovering from emergency open heart surgery. he went to cedars-sinai hospital in los angeles thursday to replace a heart valve. doctors knew the replacement procedure may not work so they what team ready to perform open heart surgery if needed. sure enough, receipt placement valve failed and they performed the emergency surgery. >> the person i spoke with who
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i know and trust he said look arnold was not in danger of dying. he was you know in stable condition. the-tire time. >> schwarzenegger is in good spirits and it's being reported that his first words after waking up from surgery were i am back. >> i could see him. >> i can't do it. >> i am back. >> i can't give that phrase justice. >> where is my cigar. yeah. he's got a sense of humor. good for him. we wish him a speedy recovery. he is pushing 70. in mid to late 60s. weather wise we have got easter tomorrow. we have got a big saturday ahead. and you are delivering in a big way. >> yes. it's not quite as warm as thursday, friday. going to cool down a little bit. but yeah, for some it was too warm and a bit toasty for some areas hitting low 80s on a thursday afternoon. and early march. we are in late march aren't we? but any case we have got great weather coming or way and if you are going to do spring
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skiing this weekend, feels heavenly right? >> our crack staff is spinning today. >> they are on it. >> goodness thank goodness they are because apparently i am not. look, we have got skiers coming down the slopes. we have got great weather here. you can see 30 degrees at heavenly right now. going to about 60 in the afternoon. under partly cloudy skies. for us, again, high pressure is breaking down. now that we are here at the very end of march. and as we get into the weekend, with the clouds being back and fog out there this morning, and we will be a little cooler today than we were yesterday as we get into tomorrow a little cooler than today. here's the futurecast on this. all those mid and high clouds out there this morning. gave us a beautiful sunrise. and as we get into the lunch hour, may send out some but not going away completely. we will continue with the high clouds in store for today and lurk off the coastline we have the fog. it wants to push towards the coast and backs up a little bit and pushes back. and so we will see this back
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and forth as we get through the weekend as well. fog back to the coast inside of san francisco as well. we have fog creeping into the bay and over the city. and there's a look at temperatures this morning. 47 to start the day in santa rosa. for the inner east bay low 50sin areas over oakland. hayward and sfo checking in at 53. 55 san francisco. and upper 50s san jose. few more numbers in the east bay. 48 alamo and 52 to start the day antioch and 53 in pittsburgh. your view for the outlook here on hayward, san leandro and oakland and berkeley all the beautiful little communities along the east bay shore will be in the upper 50s through 9 or 10 and for the lunch hour low to mid-60s and we will hang out in the upper 60s for the afternoon today. and here's a view around the bay. we will start in the noaght north bay. 75 in san rafael. and if we look at san francisco for the afternoon, 69. and 65 in pacifica right along the coastline. east bay shore low 70s to mid-
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70s in the up 70s in and around pleasanton. livermore. 76 for san jose and 73 for santa cruz. if of you are thinking about heading to tahoe or sierra we have got good ski weather and you can see the lifts are up and running. 139 inches at the base of squall valley. 132 -- squaw valley. as we get into the wednesday, thursday time frame, things change up a increase in clouds and it looks like we will see rain return to the bay area. >> that's okay. >> more rain. >> i am thinking about this weekend is it the last chancefor spring skiing the rain next week a warmer storm. >> it looks like it will be warmer. i mean even u until wednesday we are in the 70s. >> i was looking at numbers. i think the base this time of year last year it was like 500 inches now it's 139. but, there's skiing. >> good skiing. >> thanks. it's 8:20.
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rap star snoop dogg. >> he paid a visit to the dope era store clothing store at broadway and 19th yesterday afternoon. a lot of people there. he greeted fans and signed autographs and store is owned by a local rapper called their fab and he and snoop are pretty good fans. >> for me to come out to the bay means the world to me and him it's what it's all about showing support to black businesses to put something positive in the community woa. come from poverty stricken areas where it's neglecttivity but we have risen and we are doing positive things. >> the dope era store open the new location on broadway earlier this month. mr. fab told ktvu the lease ran out on the store that he used to own in west oakland so he took that opportunity to make the move downtown. coming up next, falling back to earth. that's what will happen to one of china's space stations. >> when you can expect to see it burning upon reentry noon tsa added an extra layer of security. why the change may leave you
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welcome back. walmart is reportedly in talks to buy the health insurance company humana. >> wall street journal says if it goes through it would make the retailer one of the largest health insurance. humana is a provider of medicare advantage and partners with walmart to offer
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prescription drugs. neither would comment on the report. snack screening has begun at the airports. transportation security agent asking air travelers to remove the food from the carry on bags at airport checkpoints and there are signs directing them to remove the snacks and put them on the convague belt. airport security agents saysnacks can precent scanners from getting a better look at images inside which could make it -- prevent scanners from getting a better look at images inside which could make it hard to detect a bomb. china lost contact with a space station two years ago. the chances of hitting in the bay area are slim but possible. the station is steeked -- expected to fall back to earth between now and monday. >> good to know. >> keep an eye out for that. >> more than 50% of the students in san mateo county school district don't have a place to call home. >> still ahead, how a new series of programs are helping homeless students and their families. >> reporter: tesla releases new
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information on the fatal crash on highway 101. they now say they can confirm the car was in auto pilot.
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you want to get away. that's the san diego would be the most tropical destination right now. look at the fog. 56 degrees but a high of 70. >> looks like it's over here. i had this conversation with the producer san diego you expect it to be sunnier. >> all the time. >> but, i think the fog is beautiful. i like the picture. >> all right. >> a lot of bay area. >> by noon it will be gorgeous. >> yes. it always usually is. >> you need to get away so to
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speak. welcome back to mornings on 2 on this saturday on i am frank mallicoat. >> i am allie rasmus. claudine has the day off. let's look at the weather. some fog but not as thick. it's burning off here. >> we are along the coastline we are seeing a little patchy dense fog. but you are right. san diego, all the way up the coastline into areas of crescent city and we have got a little bit of fog the onshore breeze back just some and there's the view of the golden gate bridge where it looks soupy all of a sudden. so fog is back. along the coast inside san francisco you can see it's rolling over the city. temperatures this morning similar to yesterday. 40s and 50s to start the day. and as we get into the afternoon, we are looking at minor changes in the way of temperatures coming down just voightly. 47 right now santa rosa. 53 in san francisco. and that's -- slightly. 47 right now in santa rosa. 53 in san francisco. and checking in right about 57 right here.
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up above you can see the cloud cover in place. mid and high level clouds. low clouds impossible to tell which are different from what we are seeing up above. but there's a look at where we are seeing a little patchy dense fog along the coast. highway 1 maybe right around half-moon bay you will find it. for the rest of visibility looks good. for today, and as we get into the second part of the day we will remain with the high clouds in place. so, soft sunlight that filtered sunshine. a lot like yesterday. upper 60s to low 70s from san francisco towards oakland. and upper 70s for concord and into the north by a 78. 73 for mountain view. and a's play later today, so beautiful in the stands there. temperatures will continue to fall just a bit as we get into your easter sunday. i will look at what to expect and in the extend forecast, the possibility of rain coming back or way, yes. tesla released new information about a accident that killed a driver near mountain view last week. >> leigh martinez reports now from the tesla store in walnut creek.
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>> reporter: tesla confirms the driver in the fatal crash was using the auto pilot feature and that the hands were not on the steering wheel at the time of the crashch accident happened on friday march 23rd at 9:27 in the morning on highway 101 near mountain view. the driver died at the hospital. yesterday, tesla said it recovered the computer logs from the model x. the logs confirm the driver was using the auto pilot feature at the time of the crash. tesla says the driver was not holding the wheel when the car crashed into the highway's concrete barrier and the following distance was set to minimum. the statement said "the driver received several visual and one audible hands on warning earlier in the drive. and the driver's hands were not detect on the wheel for 6 seconds prior to the collision. ktvu previously spoke with the tech and auto reporter on collisions with the self- driving cars. one in 2016 which tesla's model s. >> the auto pilot is not a self-
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driving feature the it puts the car in essentially super cruise control mode in certain scenarios. but the human behind the wheel is supposed to still be monitoring the road, but we have seen such as in 2016, a fatal crash in florida that sometimes the driver the human become overdependent on the technology. >> reporter: ntsb2016 crash investigation found tesla held son blame because of how the test drive was designed. tesla reiterated that a safety barrier designed to reduce the impact into the concrete divider was missing. and made the crash more severe. tesla is work closely with investigators to better understand what happened. tesla said in the statement that the driver had 5 seconds and 150 meters of unobject strucked view of the concrete barrier and yet the driver didn't take any action. leigh martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. police arrested a man in san leandro for stealing wheels andtires off several vehicles.
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police areer is fochg arsecond person they say helped the man commit the crimes. an officer first spotted a man taking tires of a honda earlier on friday morning. police say when that suspected thief saw the officer he jumped into the passenger seat of a mercedes suv and led the officer on a chase. suv crashed into a parked consider nearly hit the officer he. and inside the car, police found several sets of stolen tires and wheels. >> there's two other complete sets. there's 8 more tires and wheels inside the car and we don't know who those belong to. so someone else this morning got victimized overnight. and probably woke up to their car on the ground. >> police say the man they arrested was a passenger in the suv. the driver escaped. police believe the thieves were targeting newer model hondas and acuras. and we have new information about a fetus that was discovered along the berkeley shoreline earlier in the week. an a to performed on friday -- an autopsy performed on friday
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says the male fetus was likely the result of a miscarriage. foul play is not suspectsed. officials overage the mother -- suspected. official urge the mother to go to the hospital and seek treatment. 20 week old fetus was discover with the albill cal cord -- umbilical cord attached. police arrested a suspected vandal with with a affinity for bart simpson. he is facing charge for making graffiti like the one here. police say he was seen on jackson street spray painting an image of bart simpson cartoon character. similar graffiti has been seen on other buildings throughout the city. investigators spotted 27- year-old tyler ross near jackson and grant. officers say he had paint on his hands and was in possession of agrocery bag with several cans of spray paint, paint markers, whiteout pens and a bart simpson key chain. a immigration drug ordered the release of a undocumented immigrant after he was arrested while dropping his daughter off at day care.
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he was taken into custody in october. he is now expected to be released early neck weeks -- next week and will be allowed to remain in the united states. da brieo's lawyer argued -- cabrillo's lawyer argued he could be in danger if forced to return to mexico due to the family's ties to law enforcement south of the border. >> what i can say is fernando was lucky in he had actual evidence what had happened to him, which many of our clients do not. evidence from the mexican government itself. that he really could not return. >> ice said that carrillo was deported to mexico previously and had a dui conviction. he can now live in the united states with his family but will never be able to become a citizen or travel outside of the country. time is 8:36. governor jerry brown granted pardons to 5 exconvicts who are facing deportation. one of those men is 44-year-old daniel mayer who served five years for kidnapping and armed
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robbery in 94 and turned his life around. he is facing deportation to china. total of 56 convicted felons were pardoned by the governor yesterday and 14 sentences were commuted. president trump is attacking brown regarding the pardons earlier this morning on twitter the president wrote governor injury moonbeam brown pardoned 5 criminal illegal aliens whose crimes include badly beating a wife and threatening a crime with intent to terrorize. and dealing drugs. is this really what the great people of california want? we now note names of two san -- know the fames of two san francisco police officers -- know the names of two san francisco police officer involved in the barbershop shooting they fired at the amazon barbershop. they were searching for 21-year- old a jehad eid when they found him in the shop. and this is when the shooting started. eid was killed and four others were hurt. the martinez police
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department has a shortage of police officers and may be losing more in the month tos a -- months to come. >> the problem is the low pair compared to other bay -- the problem is the low pay compared to other bay area departments. >> reporter: the martinez police department is so short of officers that even the police chief is taking shifts on patrol. >> it can potentially cripple the agency. >> reporter: tom is a martinez officer and head of the martinez police officers association. >> it means more hours, more overtime, and more demands with less body. >> reporter: the department is down to 31 officers. 6 below what it should have or about 16% but the union says of the 22 officers hired since 2014, only 8 are with the department and 3 of those are looking for other jobs. >> it's a problem that we have to stop right now. we are hemorrhaging. >> reporter: the martinez mayor says the difficulties
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attracting officers is disturbing. >> they are looking at salaries and the cities around us are pulling them away from us and it's hard for us to not only recruit new folks but also to retain seasoned officers. >> reporter: officers who handle homeless issues are school -- or school safety are in patrol cars most agree the main problem is money. starting pay for a martinez officer is about 75,000 a year ranking at near the bottom among other police departments in contracosta county. the poa is look for an immediate 17% increase which would put martinez in the middle of the pay pack. they say that could help stop the exodus. >> they have an opportunity to work in neighboring city that compensates them fairly. >> reporter: the mayor says the city may be able to come up with the money for a significant pay boost, be but the city also needs to make -- but the city also needs to make sure they are not jeopardizing other services. the mayor says one proposal could be to ask the voters to
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approve a sales tax hike in november to cover the cost of any pay hikes. in martinez, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. plans are in motion to rebuild the burned areas in the north bay. and monday pg&e will install underground gas and electric lines in santa rosa's coffee park neighborhood. the utility says much of the underground equipment was destroyed by the blisteringtemperatures of the fire. they call it a huge milestone and progress in the rebuilding effort. it expects to complete installation by the end of the year. and a woman who lost her home in the north bay wild fires plans to run the boston marathon this year all to raise money for the red cross. sylvia darbinian started a fund raising page and said she wanted to help because the organization helped her family after the fires burned her napa home to the ground in october. she says she started running the boston marathon four years agoafter being moved by the
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city's resiliency after the bombing. so far she raised more than 6,000 dollars. the goal is to raise 10,000. coming up on mornings on 2 a-- a former warrior's player is leading a protest. >> the result of a autopsy of stephon clark. what the findings reveal. >> hundreds turned out today for the funeral of famed scientists stephen hawking more on the tributes made to the scientist and humanist including the oscar award winner who attended the service.
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welcome back good morning to you a beautiful view into the city of san francisco. we have a little bit of fog across the city. we have temperatures in the 40s and 50s to start your day. 60s and 70 toss end it. -- 70s to end it. i will have look at the bay area weekend what to expect coming up. >> marshall tucker there we go. 8:44 the time. today noble peace prize winner malala returns to her hometown for the first time since being shot by the taliban in 2012 she
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was a blogger advocating for girls education in the home country when gunman shot her in the head more than five years ago. she is healthy and won the noble peace prize. gotten into oxford and set up a fund expanding girlsing a sees to education around the world. she says she plans to return to pakistan after completing her studies in britain. new this morning, funeral services are being held for renowned british physicalist stephen hawking. private service is at the great st. mary's church at cambridge university. several hundred family and friends are attending the service. hawking spent most of his life in a wheelchair after being toying knowed with als. he was told he -- after being diagnosed with als he was told he had years to live with you lived a half century. he was credit the on his studies on black hole. he died just two weeks ago at the age of 76. now, two people attending the
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funeral are actors eddie redmaine and felicity jones starred in the 2014 film about hawking entitled the theory of everything of the both were nominated for acad may awards. when he heard about hawking's death he said we have lost a truly beautiful mind and a astonishing scientists and perhaps the funniest man i've ever had the pleasure to meet. millions of jews around the world are celebrating passover. ♪ [ music ] . >> here in the bay area about 300 people gathered last night at the jewish community center in san francisco to celebrate the start of the week long who will day. it's a time to reconnect with the past and remember the journey from slavery to freedom. jewish leaders say being aware of the past can help create a brighter future. >> young people have just recently decideed that empathyand knowledge is not enough but getting into the
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streets and affirming their power is what they need to do to enact change. >> last night's celebration included the ritual of the who will date seder dinner with the store iest exodus is told. glad memorial church in san francisco will serve free easter meals to the homeless tomorrow. coffee and donuts tomorrow morning between 6:30 and 7:30 after that, breakfast is served until 9. and there will be a fried chicken lunch in the dining hall starting at 11. >> nothing like easter dinner or brunch and a lot of folks will be out and about tomorrow. some of those will be outside and let's find out weather wise how we are going to do. i think we will do just fine. a little cool start and mild finish and dry weather expected for the he can weaned -- weather expected for the entire weekend. we may get rain by thursday. we are in a deficit and we could take all the rain and sierra snow we can get. giving you a view at the fog it's back this morning. and across the bay area we are seeing it along the coast
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inside san francisco. and we keep taking a picture of the golden gate bridge where we have been socked in pretty good for the last hour or so. so expect the fog with us at least through the morning hours. it will pull back but it could linger along portions of the coast for today. a little bit of a switch in the pattern that ridge of high pressure that brought us the unseasonably warm weather and the record breaking temps thursday even into friday. be a it's breaking down just some. we have a storm that's riding over the north of us. and that brought back the fog a little bit of an onshore breeze and temperatures as a result will be cooler for your afternoon today, slightly cooler for tomorrow. and here's a look at futurecast on this when it comes to the cloud cover. looks like we will be thinning out some for the second part of the afternoon. but not going away completely. so we will call for that sudden light for today similar to yesterday. you can see the fog trying to hold close to the coast. and it backs away and it pushes back in. and over the course of the afternoon. here's a look at temperatures to start your morning. under partly cloudy skies.
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and foggy for some. 55 san francisco. low 50s in oakland. and 50s in areas over walnut creek a nice rebound for our communities underway. traveling behind in santa rosa still 47 for you outside your door. we have got temperatures for the inner east bay 55 in pittsburgh. 52 for alamo and here's afternoon highs for today. mid to upper 70s. san rafael stretching into santa rosa. the coast 65 for pacifica. 69 in san francisco. and low 70s for the east bay shore. mid to upper 70s for inland east bay. south bay locations 78 in morgan hill. and 73 by the water and if you are thinking about going to tahoe, we have nice spring keying going on here. partlyedy skies. temperature -- partly cloudy skies. temperatures in the overnight hours bottoming out about freezing and into the afternoon, hitting 60. there's the extended forecast. slightly cooler for the -- for those celebrating easter sunday and temperatures in the low 70s as we get back to work on
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monday, tuesday, wednesday, increasing cloud cover and rain perhaps on thursday. >> slightly cooler tomorrow is good because then it will preserve some of the eggs that maybe easter bunny hides for kids tomorrow. >> like allie has a story to tell. >> spoken like a true mother. >> planning ahead. >> all right. >> thanks. thanks, it's 8:50. and it's like beta breakers on wheels. tomorrow is the 1th annual bring your own big wheel race in san francisco. and there they go. they dress up in costumes and race riding giant plastic tricycles. it has become a east are day tradition in the bay area. the event organized on lombard street originally but residents were not happy about the noise and large crowds so they moved. the race moved to the less famous but surf -- curvey stretch of rote at vermont and 20 the -- route at vermont and
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20th street. >> i don't see little kids taking. >> bring a helmet. coming up, an oakland a's threw a 50th anniversary party last night. >> yeah. some of the greats on hand. when we come back a look at some of the stars who helped celebrate a very special occasion. stay with us. ♪you've got a friend in me
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celebrate friendship and beyond at the first ever pixar fest with all new fireworks and your favorite park parades. only at disneyland resort.
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more than half the student in the ravenswood city school district in east palo ato -- palo alto had homeless.
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administrators are implementing a series of programs to help students and their families. the district dough fines homelessness in the context as a student whose family is living in rvs, garages, or in tents as well as homeless shelters. ravenswood installed washers and dryers at the school campuses so children could have place to clean their clothes. the district also inhe trough duesed a hot supper in addition to the breakfast, snacks and lunches served there. are vans to pick up students a local homeless shelters each day. >> at the end of the 2016-17 school year, we were at 55% homeless. i was appalled. >> for a time her older child stayed with friends and she and her husband were sleeping in the car. >> soaring housing costs are forcing students and families to move out of the area. ravenswood lost a thousand students and the school district is losing millions in state fund because of that.
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besides the initiatives the superintendent will look into the idea of teacher housing on school grounds since teachers are being burdened by housing costs. throw back friday at the coliseum last night. some of the ace heavy hitters on hand as the 50th anniversary team was announced. >> -- as the heave -- as heavy hitters on -- some of the heavy hitters were on hand as the 50th anniversary team was announced. >> other members of the team including ricky henderson, lefty vita and another cy young winner and that's barry skeeto and -- zito and jose canseco and the team friended -- presented each member a keepsake from tiffany's and they he got to watch the a's and angels a little hugging going on and they watched this guy maybe the best guy in baseball. mike trout. see you. home run. a meat ball was given up there.
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but 7 plus innings of 4 hit one run ball. they were on the corners but angel closer parker gets joyce to ground out to second. oakland spoils a great effortand they mustered one run and lose 2-1. same two teams play again today. as for the giants don't look but the g-men are 2-0 and winning in fine fashion. johnny kateo will sit -- cueto perfect through 5. no score in the game until the 9th. joe. >> he gets a high drive to right it is back on out of here. >> how about that for the second time in the first two games. he hits a solo game winning shot. the giants have shut out the mighty dodgers in the first two games. another 1-0 winner as strickland nails it in the bottom of the 9th. giants 2-0. and dodgers 0-2. janet jackson is brag star power to the stage at the music
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festival. organizers tweeted clues about the appearance showing portions of artists album covers. fans recognized jackson's and figured out she will be one of the performers at outside lands. the twitter page revealed other acts including portugal the man and british singer songwriter rex orange county. full lineup is announced next tuesday. the #-day music festival takes place in august. check of weather with -- 3- day music festival takes place in august. a check of weather. >> we have spring weather in the forecast not as warm as we ended the business week but feeling good. think today is going to be just as nice. you may need a light sweater or light jacket if you get that chill very easy. we have got a little fog out there this morning. partly cloudy skies. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. as we get into the afternoon, mid to upper 70s for the inland communities. everybody else between mid-70s and 60s. sunday slightly cooler with dry
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weather in the forecast through wednesday and thursday, looking at the possibility of rain. yes. >> all right. >> thanks rosemary. >> thanks for joining us this morning on ktvu. socker is next. >> we have got soccer coming up. -- soccer is next. >> we have got soccer coming up. but including for more information on the kick allie and rosemary and myself -- on the winning numbers allie and rowsary and myself on kicu.
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