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ship warehouse fire in 2016. we get new developments now from ktvu crime reporter henry lee. almena's wife was also in court today. >> reporter: yes. this was the first time we have seen her in court in recent months and both she and the defense say these two men have nothing to do with the tragic fire and shouldn't be facing charges. a judge denied a motion by derick almena and max harris to toss the 36 involuntary manslaughter charges they each face, one count for each victim who died in the ghost ship fire. >> the odds of winning that are always very low. >> reporter: so now the defense says they will try to prove that evidence from the fire was dumped and destroyed or went missing after the warehouse was released back to property owner chor ng. ng isn't facing any criminal charges. >> the owner, who is -- everybody understands, the public understands, she has some culpability here. the owner is essentially like giving the murder weapon back to the murder suspect. >> reporter: ng has declined our requests for comment but someone who will talk at trial is almena himself. >> so mr. almena will be testifying.
and he will be testifying on his own behalf. he is the one that knows the most about what has occurred. >> reporter: most defense attorneys don't want their clients on the stand. it's a legal strategy that carries risks because the d.a. will want to grill him on cross-examination. but serra disagrees. >> i think that his testimony alone will raise reasonable doubt. >> reporter: and the defense has been raising doubt from the very beginning about the d.a.'s case saying there's no evidence tying either defendant to the fire. and investigators still don't know what started the deadly fire. >> you don't have evidence, how do you prosecute somebody? you don't have a cause of a fire, how do you prosecute somebody? >> reporter: almena's wife made a rare appearance in court in support of her husband. >> i haven't seen my husband for a long time. good to see him again. i'm really disappointed that the motion to dismiss today has been tossed. i don't think that was right. i don't think it was --i don't feel this whole thing is just.
>> reporter: trial now set for july 16th. harris will be back in court this month to try to get his bail reduced from $750,000. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. we are following developing news on this friday evening involving a major crash on the san mateo bridge. all eastbound lanes have reopened within the past hour. these pictures obviously were taken a little bit earlier. from skyfox, you can see three cars were involved one of them a ferrari, another a nissan and another a van. the crash happened about 3 p.m. and took more than an hour to clear. as you might imagine, it led to a huge backup on this friday afternoon. traffic on the bridge was at a standstill from 3 p.m. on with all eastbound lanes closed until about 4 p.m.
traffic finally started to move just about an hour ago. from our drive time map, though, you can see that there's still a backup with all the red there. those are the eastbound lanes on the san mateo bridge. so this is a little yellow there but it's still a big backup on this friday night. the chp says fortunately there don't appear to be major injuries despite significant damage to two of the cars. earlier today a high-speed chase and crash shut down the 24 ramp to highway 13 on the oakland-berkeley city line. an audi suv with five teens inside crashed after going through the caldecott tunnel about 3:30 this morning. the chase began on westbound highway 4 in pittsburg where officers saw the driver of that audi was racing a corvette at speeds up to 120 miles an hour. chp officers saw the audi -- say, rather, the audi suv took the exit from 24 too fast and crashed into the median. no one was hurt. officers took all five teens
into custody. the driver was a 17-year-old with no driver's license. two auto burglary suspects involved in a police shooting in san francisco are in custody tonight. police arrested 21-year-old herschel hale and 23-year-old maurice jones early this morning. police say an officer fired shots at the two suspects during an auto burglary investigation near geary and steiner in the fillmore district. no one was hit. but police say at one point, one of the suspects rammed a police car. the debate over san francisco's sanctuary city status is stirring up new controversy tonight. as christien kafton tells us, angela alioto wants to make sure convicted felons don't benefit from the city's sanctuary laws. reporter: san francisco's sanctuary status has put it on the forefront of the nation's debate on immigration. now one san francisco mayoral candidate is looking to take the idea to the voters. angela alioto says she wrote the city's original sanctuary rules. but she says over the years,
the rules have changed and the way they stand now, she says convicted felons benefit from the city's policy. >> i have gone all over the city in the last five months and we talk about the sanctuary law and the fact that felons are included in the sanctuary law, the public is outraged! >> reporter: that's why she wants to take the issue to the voters. she wants to put an initiative on the november ballot to exclude felons from sanctuary protection. alioto's call has stirred debate in the city with mayor mark farrell saying on "mornings on 2" that the would- be mayor's initiative is off base and out of touch with san francisco values. >> i say don't attack our community and our immigrants here in san francisco. don't buy into the donald trump rhetoric. in san francisco, we support our immigrant community and we always have. and we always will. >> reporter: joining mayor farrell in his opinion, state senator scott weiner and san francisco district attorney george gascon. the senator and district attorney held a joint press conference to push for senate bill 785, which would prevent attorneys from asking witnesses or victims about their immigration status on the stand unless a judge said it was relevant. they say amending the city's sanctuary rules would make the city a more dangerous place, not safer. >> and so i call on angela
alioto to cut it out, to stop, to back away, focus on the real issues in our city. >> i support the comments that senator weiner made concerning a candidate here in the city of trying to unwind sanctuary city. >> reporter: alioto says city leaders are at best mischaracterizing her position. >> it's dishonest. they can read. both of them are lawyers. i attached the ordinance, attached the 13 pages. and i attached the petition. >> reporter: alioto says she is committed to seeing this through and seeing that ballot measure in november. to do that she says she needs 9400 signatures by mid-july. she says she is hoping to get 14,000 signatures. in san francisco, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news.
district attorneys from four california counties got together in santa barbara today to discusses the prosecution of the golden state killer case. a task force put together by sacramento d.a. anne marie schubert is credited with tracking down joseph deangelo and linking him to murder, rape and burglaries in the '70s and '80s. she met with the santa barbara county district attorney and two others to discuss the mountain of work that is ahead of them. >> obviously it's an overwhelming case with a lot of victims and we'll collaborate to bring justice for all the families. >> do you charge them all at once? >> actually, it's not difficult. first, you look at what's in the best interests of the victims and their loved ones. then what's in the best interests of the people of the state of california. and you also filter into that judicial economy. >> so far, deangelo has been charged with 12 murders in four california counties.
among the issues, the d.a.s are considering where to try him and the possibility of the death penalty. governor brown unveiled his revised budget today in sacramento. of and despite the strong economy and a healthy surplus, he stressed fiscal responsibility. but as carmen dickerson says, his budget includes some new spending. >> wanted to just start off and introduce the newest member of our team. >> reporter: a lighthearted start to governor jerry brown's final revised budget proposal. but brown quickly got down to california's higher-than- expected budget surplus and what it means for his revised budget proposal. >> what goes up must come down. this is a time to save for our future, not to make pricy promises we can't keep. i said it before, and i'll say it again, let's not blow it now. >> reporter: higher than expected tax production have taken the proposed rainy day fund from $6 billion in the
january budget to $9 billion in the may revision leaving the hopes that the governor my loosen the purse springs and fund groups requesting more higher education, healthcare and social service funding -- >> people won't be getting what they want. >> reporter: brown though left many requests for additional ongoing funding unanswered. he said allocating an additional $2 billion in infrastructure, mental health and homeless programs. >> we are already overextended and that's hard to believe when we have so much money in the bank. >> reporter: california's expected to have $9 billion in rainy day funds by the end of june of this year. in all, today's revised budget proposal would bring the total projected rainy day fund to nearly $14 billion by the end of the 2018-2019 fiscal year. in sacramento, carmen dickerson, fox news. coming up, millions of dollars in revenue earned from california's new marijuana tax. but after the break, how those new numbers actually show the state is falling short of its expectations.
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the state of california has released the 1st quarter tax numbers for the sale of recreational marijuana. when retail sales of marijuana became legal in january the governor predicted $175 million in tax revenue would pour into the state by june. but the newly released figures show those projections are short. alex savidge reports from the newsroom. >> reporter: frank and julie, the lackluster figures show just how tough it is to regulate marijuana. a lot of businesses are just not getting permits and clearly the state is losing
out on tax revenue as the black market continues to thrive. this afternoon, the california department of tax and fee administration released figures for the first three months of the year since retail sales became legal under prop 64. the state took in a total of $60.9 million in taxes from the cannabis industry. that includes money from cultivation tax and excise tax and state sales tax. these 1st quarter numbers are far short of predictions from governor brown who thought california would take in at least $175 million during the first six months. >> i believe that the governor's office was using the numbers that they saw from the already existing gray market across the state of california and assuming that a majority of those operators were going to enter into the compliance system but a lot of those operators that want to come into the compliance system can't because their local jurisdictions don't allow -- aren't going to issue
local permits. >> and state officials do acknowledge a very slow start to recreational marijuana sales with hundreds of businesses still refusing to go through the process of getting a permit to operate from the state. some lawmakers say there is a solution. they are pushing for lower tax rates to encourage illegal operators to get on board. a lot of growing pains. >> thank you, alex savidge. president trump is setting up talks with california officials over his controversial fuel economy plan. the epa announced last month it wants to lower fuel standards established during the obama administration. california and 16 other states filed a lawsuit challenging the plan. today the president met with auto industry executives to discuss the standards. he is reportedly agreeing to have transportation secretary elaine and scott pruitt take
part in fact talks san francisco is raising fees for uber or lyft rides that start or end it the airport. right now the airport charges $3.80 for each uber or lyft ride but officials are looking to raise that price to help curb the increasing amount of traffic at sfo. no word yet on the size of that increase but the airport is hoping to implement the new fee structure in july. a shift under way in oakland with some homeless living in tent cities moving from the streets to "tuff shed" shelters. rob roth reports. >> reporter: dennis young spent his first night in a "tuff shed." it may lack luxury, but he says it beats where he has been sleeping for months his car. he said it beats where he has
been sleeping the past few months, his car. >> it's more comfortable. it's like your own place, having your own place and your own accommodation. >> reporter: young is one of four people to move into this 40-bed "tuff shed" camp the city just opened on northgate avenue near 27th street in oakland. he worked as an insurance claims adjustor, injured his hip, lost his apartment and ended up in his car parked amid the huge tent city that surrounds the "tuff sheds." >> there were future aspects of more formidable housing triggered me. >> reporter: the "tuff shed" community has services on site to help those here get more permanent housing. it is also an attempt to start shutting down the encampments here, the largest in the city, bringing a wide array of health and safety concerns. >> the entire idea is to help move people off the streets into safety and services but then get them on a path to self-sufficiency. >> reporter: the city plans to slowly fill the "tuff sheds" to capacity over the next few weeks. but this homeless man sleeping in a tent just 40 feet from the "tuff sheds" said they're not for him. >> one person might look at it as more secure. i look at it as more confined. like barbed wire like more rules, regulations.
>> after a certain amount of time, we will make people move. that invitation area then becomes a no camping area. and we will continue to enforce that once we have thoroughly cleaned the area. >> reporter: dennis young says he likes the safety of living behind a security fence. he says he is ready to improve his life. are you going to be okay here? >> i think so. you know, i think there's a -- um, a wish and a prayer for me. >> reporter: mayor schaaf says she is considering creating even more "tuff shed" communities. she says the next likely location would be around lake merritt. in oakland, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. the national weather service has issued a wind advisory for parts of the bay area on this friday night. this is a live look here at the flags blowing there in san francisco. the wind combined with warm temperatures can create fire
danger and this and on the "four on 2," we talked with the cal fire captain who says they are on high alert. >> hopefully, we are fairly early in the season. a lot of the hills are still green. but we are still concerned due to the drought conditions we saw. a lot of vegetation hasn't recovered. so we are on high alert. >> it's also wildfire awareness of week and fire officials are using this as an opportunity to remind people to make sure you prepare an evacuation plan just in case there's a fire. chief meteorologist bill martin is here now. there could be gusts up to 50 miles an hour tonight but we're talking really high elevations? >> yes. top of mount diablo might be up to 50-mile-an-hour wind gusts. most of us won't see much wind down at the lower elevations but up in the hills of the north and east bay, above 1,000 feet, there's a wind advisory. it goes into effect in the next -- at 7:00 through tomorrow morning. the winds will be blowing pretty good. and as we just pointed out or as we were talking about the
fire danger, this would be typically a fire danger environment possibly a red flag warning except for the time of year and the severity of this event. it's not expected to be -- not last that long and not be at that threshold where we'll get a red flag warning but you go two months down the road this pattern will get you a red flag warning. 80 in livermore today. 82 in antioch. 85 in vallejo. that's one of the warm spots. santa rosa 85. morgan hill 85. you can be 85 in morgan hill and just down the road surrounded by buildings and concrete, you might get 90 degrees in your environment. winds out north-northwest right now but eventually it will start coming due north with a little bit of east in it. so wind from the north is coming from the north to the south and that's the what we are seeing now. temperatures tomorrow there they are. we are going to see numbers back into the mid- to upper 80s. tomorrow will be a really, really nice day as warm as
today up until about 2:00 when the sea breeze kicks up and temperatures get clipped at about 86 or 87 degrees. so that's tomorrow. sunny. we'll talk about sunday and beyond that with the five-day forecast coming up. an investigation under way in the south bay after a man stumbles into a 7-eleven after being shot in the face. >> right now, i don't have any details as to the motive. >> up next tonight, what police are saying about the victim and the suspect. >> also the giants' andrew mccutcheon returns to pitch for the first time since he was traded to the giants. mark will show us the hero's welcome he got today coming up later in sports. >> plus a symbol of hope on the side of a store.
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the city of oakland and its community police review agency launched a new app today. it allows the public to file complaints about opd online from a computer, tablet or smartphone. the app is designed to make it easier for community members to issue complaints about police misconduct and track the progress of the investigation into those complaints. city leaders say the new app is part of a campaign to provide more accountability following recent police scandals. now to sunnyvale where police are investigating a shooting but they don't have a lot to go on. ktvu's jesse gary tells us that a wounded man stumbled into a convenience store looking for help and then collapsed. >> reporter: the owner of the 7-eleven says the shooting
victim stumbled into the convenience store between 10:30 and 10:45 last night bleeding from the mouth unable to communicate but clearly in need of help. sunnyvale police investigators say the victim is in his 20s or 30s and was shot in the face near the intersection of spinoza and west remington drive and then walked a quarter mile down to the corner of remington and sunnyvale saratoga. he stood in the store for a minute or two and collapsed outside when a customer called 911 and sunnyvale police showed up within minutes. >> we have no details on motive. they weren't from the neighborhood and are not associated to that neighborhood. you >> reporter: neighbors say investigators were checking for clues in the park late friday morning but nothing pointing to a motive for the shooting has surfaced. >> we believe this came from outside the area and that there's no nexus to that neighborhood at this time. so we don't believe that the neighborhood has anything to fear. >> reporter: the captain says there are reports from
neighbors of a vehicle being involved in the shooting. but they weren't able to give detectives a make, model or license plate number. and there's no prescription of -- and there's no description of the suspects and the victim is recovering from the victim is recovering from non-life-threatening wounds at a local hospital. police investigators are reviewing surveillance video from inside the 7-eleven for clues. jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is next. football and politics. >> all we are doing is trying to encourage people to see what's going on in their communities. >> why some nfl players are getting involved in a bay area district attorney's race. >> plus, amazon is working on a brand-new high-tech home right here in the bay area! and we are going to give you a tour. >> and ahead of mother's day, this weekend, we'll introduce you to a young mom who has
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all of the eastbound lanes for more than a hour. there were no major injuries. the delays are still lingering into the night. the ghost ship warehouse case was back in an oakland courtroom today. a judge denied a motion by derick almena and max harris to dismiss the 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. the defense now says it will try to prove that evidence from the devastating fire was dumped or destroyed. the case goes on trial in july. and governor jerry brown presented his revised state budget in sacramento today. he says the state has an unexpected surplus of $8.8 billion. the governor wants to put more money into the state's rainy day fund warning that the state's economic boom is bound to end. he is also proposing more spending on the homeless, affordable housing, wildfire prevention and infrastructure. ou're watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. two nfl players were in oakland today to discuss
reforms of the criminal justice system. richard sherman and malcolm jenkins invite two women who are -- invited two women who are running for district attorney to attend. paul chambers reports. >> reporter: many of us are used to seeing them on the field, malcolm jenkins and richard sherman, with a proven track record in the nfl. but these men say it's more to them than what you see on the gridiron. >> i think people that --that say that we are getting too political are narrow minded and closed minded. >> reporter: that's why they came with fellow nfl stars to form the "players' coalition." the group uses their notoriety to effect positive change and to improve social justice and racial equality throughout the nation. their stop on this day, oakland's new parkway theater to discuss the alameda county district attorney's race. >> nothing that we're doing is endorsing the candidates. all we are doing is to encourage people to see what's going on in their communities. >> reporter: the players had specific questions and used
others from the audience. some of the topics, bail reform, voter rights and police accountability. these players say these issues are important to them because they know firsthand about racial inequality. >> i'm from compton and watts, california. we do a lot of the same issues that people in the east side of oakland and things like that deal with. >> as athletes we feel like we have a platform and ability to put pressure, um, on those who answer the tough questions. >> reporter: the players say change needs to happen at the local level. however, to effect positive change, everyone has to be at the table. >> we wanted to make sure we engage the police as we do this because you can't talk about police accountability without also bringing in police with that. >> reporter: the players say they were happy with today's forum and it was successful although they were disappointed that nancy o'malley declined to show up. paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. new at 6:00 tonight, community artists unveiled a mural today in richmond.
it's called the fabric of unity and it is meant to represent north richmond's history including its jazz culture and agriculture. it's on the walls of the city's rancho market at fifth and market. it has a history of loitering and violence at the intersection and hope the mural will have a positive impact in the area. >> by taking upon this, the, the whole wall, it sends a huge message of legislate the community know that we care, that we are here, and that we want to continue to invest in our children and in the community. >> artists and volunteers spent 3 1/2 weeks painting it. it was paid for through a grant provided by the city's art and culture commission. the nation's largest homebuilder has partnered with amazon to create a smart home in a booming part of the east bay. it's one of only a handful of smart homes on display across the country. ktvu's tom vacar went to vallejo today to take a look at what this home can do. >> reporter: one home is an amazon experience center here. >> what we decided is we need
to build homes for the way people live now, not the way they have always lived and amazon helps bring those to life. >> reporter: with wi-fi now a basic backbone of the home, labor-saving, convenience and just plain old fun gadgets that you want or need can be connected to the home's wi-fi brain as they become available now and in the future. >> we finally treated wi-fi as if it's plumbing or air- conditioning or anything else and the future is endless for that. >> reporter: he says there is no wi-fi blocked nook or cranny anywhere in a wi-fi certified home. >> it's an investment in the home of the future. this is the way people live today. >> alexa, are you ready? >> yes, i'm ready. >> reporter: alexa is ready to do a lot. for example, alexa? movie time. the shades come down, the lights dim. and the tv presents a movie menu. you are in command. you have push button access to basic needs to be quickly delivered by amazon. from tea to toilet paper, tell
rumba to vacuum and it vacuums. returning to its recharger, by your command, or when the battery runs low. >> change the thermostat to 68 degrees. >> reporter: cameras at your command when and where you want to see them. >> alexa, show me the backyard. >> okay. >> show me "next gen" door. alexa, show me the kids' room. >> okay. >> alexa, show me the backyard. >> okay. >> reporter: from the doorbell to the stairwell, you're in command. if you tell alexa it's party time, the shades lower a bit, a colored light show begins, as does music, whatever you choose. in the bedroom, after checking the kids' room, you can tell alexa good night as the shades lower, the lights dim, the exterior doors lock and alexa gives you a good night greeting. when you awake, a morning greeting. the lights go on, the shades lift, and you get a quick weather, news and track report
-- and traffic report tailored to your commute. tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. >> coming up, another success for spacex. details on today's rocket launch and what makes this new falcon 9 rocket so unique. >> plus, chaos on the campus of the high school in southern california. what we're learning about the moments before one teenager opened fire and injured another teen. >> anytime there's a school-related incident we all come together.
spacex successfully launched bangladesh's first satellite into orbit the latest and final version of the company's falcon 9 rocket. the highlight of the mission was the return to earth of the booster which made a pinpoint landing on a drone ship. spacex says this upgraded version is designed for dozens of repeat flights including back-to-back same day launches. the chief executive says it shaves costs. a shooting at a high school in los angeles county. sheriff's deputies arrested a teenaged suspect who shot and wounded another teenaged boy following an argument at highland high school in palmdale. the victim had a gunshot wound to the arm and is listed in stable condition. the first reports of a gun on campus came in shortly after 7:00 this morning and immediately prompted a massive response from several law enforcement agencies.
>> anytime there's a school related incident, we all come together. it happened quickly. in this case, the training, we train for these types of incidents so we were there quickly an deployed quickly and it looksic look -- and deployed quickly and it looks like it worked as it should today. >> investigators now say the suspect called his father shortly after the shooting telling him that he had fired his gun in the air and was now heading to a nearby grocery store. the father then called a family friend an off-duty police officer who detained the teen at the store. a white house communications aide is under fire for a tasteless comment she made about arizona senator john mccain. kelly sadler reportedly slammed mccain for saying he will vote against president trump's nominee for cia director. sadler reportedly commented about mccain in a meeting saying, it doesn't matter because he is dying anyway. a white house official said sadler meant its as a joke and did not offer an apology. mccain announced last year that he has brain cancer.
his daughter said on "the view today" she doesn't understand how sadler has a job still. president trump turned to domestic policy aiming to make good on a campaign policy to lower prescription drug costs. >> today my administration is launching the most sweeping action in history to lower the price of prescription drugs for the american people. >> his plan is to attack the problem on multiple fronts, encourage innovation and promote price competition. the white house says the u.s. shoulders an unfair burden of drug development costs and other nations subsidize pharmaceutical companies to over deeply discounted drugs. a bay area mother giving back to young orphans. >> it's hard for me to imagine any child growing up without a loving parent. >> ahead of mother's day this weekend, we'll introduce you to a woman who is dedicated to helping children in need. >> and we are tracking the
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nonprofit that she is so passionate about. >> reporter: for her there is nothing more important than spending time with her 15- month old son theo. >> having my own son makes me more aware of children who don't have parents. >> reporter: she spent years working to help passions, her passion taking her to india three times with the miracle foundation. >> on mother's day in 2000, caroline boudreaux our founder went to india and that's where she met the starving orphans and wanted to do something about it. she really had a life changing moment. she came back to the united states and founded the miracle foundation. >> reporter: she started there as an intern and says she was inspired by her own mother. >> i was raised by a wonderful mom and it's hard for me to imagine any child growing up without a loving parent or a loving home to be in. and if we could do something -- it takes so little for to us make a difference in the
lives of these children. and when i got to our orphanages, the children there were full of life, happy, fed and so just to sort of see the difference that a little bit of help that we could provide for these kids was incredible and so my heart just melted. it was a life changing moment. >> reporter: that moment has grown know a life changing passion that has been as much a fight against poverty as a commitment to reunite families. >> i think most people actually are surprised at the amount of children at orphanages that aren't truly orphans. that number is shocking 80%. a lot of kids with these mothers and families and grandparents, it's their absolute last things they want to do is bring their kids to an orphanage but it's the only way they can be fed. >> reporter: for her mother's day is always about more than just being a mom. it's always about trying to build a different world for those who don't have a more on
this mother's day. >> my dream is to go one day and say, these are are how orphanages used to be but we are out of business because we solved the problem. >> reporter: claudine wong, ktvu fox 2 news. we're tracking the weather. today is friday. tomorrow is saturday and the weekend looks good. temperatures about as warm as they will be all week. temperatures tomorrow will trend down 2 degrees. temperatures on sunday drop five degrees. it's going to be cooler sunday. as we look at the inner mountain region we are getting activity from wyoming out to salt lake city there's snow in yellowstone now. snow falling in salt lake city and in parts of idaho. we are over here and we are looking at fog that's trying to reform along the coast tonight but it's going to have a tough time because starting in and hour or so, the wind advisory goes into effect in the north and east bay hills and lasts until tomorrow morning and that strong northeast or north bay -- probably a north-northeast wind, will clear out the fog
and make it hard -- the point being it's going to warm up and then the fog comes back tomorrow night when the winds subside. should be a nice beach day tomorrow just breezy. the winds will be noticeable in the hills, the higher elevations. santa rosa 25. fairfield gusting out of the north at 30. that's significant. live camera shot. these winds will get you a news clean atmosphere. it's going to be pretty. overnight lows not bad. mid up to50s overnight. tomorrow will be really warm. look at san francisco tops out at 67 degrees. that's because the sea breeze comes up. so they get to 71 degrees early in the day, and then late in the day when the sea
breeze kicks in the temperatures will drop. so it's going to be an interesting day tomorrow because when the sea breeze kicks this is when the temperatures will change. you're going to wake up to what might be a hot day but the sea breeze at 2:00 or 3:00, it will be cooler. fog trying to get there. tough time with fog. you see a little at the end the orange push that way. that's a sea breeze. that's what the model anticipated. so what am i saying? tomorrow will be beautiful. these are subtleties. it's going to be a stunning day essentially the same as today with the sea breeze returning tomorrow night. it will be noticeable because if you are out, you know, not inland so much but along the coast and redwood city and sausalito, it gets a little breezy and cooler around 4 or 5 p.m. >> new video tonight from the hawaii army national guard showing some of the damage caused by the kilauea volcano.
you can see lava now covers a stretch of forest as smoke rises from the ground. another neighborhood is evacuated. the number of evacuees is up to 2,000. most of the volcanos national park is closed indefinitely due to the unpredictable nature of the eruptions. the warriors getting ready for the houston rockets! reports surface that they are trying to lock down a superstar to an extension. sports director mark ibanez with the details next. >> and here's a look at tonight's prime time line-up: he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold. mark is here now. warriors making some news ahead of the big game. >> yeah. we're going to have to wait to see some actual game action but in the meantime, idle minds are at it, right? and in the long term, there is kind of an underlying story with regard to the warriors and that would be how do they keep this group together particularly the big four? there's going to be some money issues. a report surfaced today about klay thompson. reportedly, they would like to keep him in a warriors uniform for the rest of his career. the sports website called the
athletic reported the warriors and klay thompson are working on a five-year contract extension. klay would be a free agent after the 2018-2019 season. and thompson reportedly definitely wants to take less pay to end his career with the golden state warriors. it would be a warriors team- friendly contract. however, a bay area radio station reporting that the warriors are denying the story. but i can't tell you the athletic's source there for that article. very tight with the warriors. and very reliable. meanwhile, a way from all that drama the warriors are still here in the bay area. and they will leave sunday for houston for game one on the road for the first time in the steve kerr era in the western conference final. steph reportedly today in practice, look at him, his touch looks good. he made 18 consecutive corner threes. pretty effortlessly, too.
try that sometime in your driveway. 18 in a row. and draymond talks about being the road team and not getting the number one seed in the west. >> you know, i don't have any concern. i know what this team is capable of. and being that i'm a guy who is in the fire, i know how everyone else feels. i know we have experience and we know how to win. we know the things that needs to be done in order to win championships. and i trust that. meantime, how do you win nba coach of the year and then get fired? it happened today to that man, duane casey after seven years as head guy with the toronto raptors and coming through with a franchise record 59 wins this year and the top seed in the east, but two years in a row his team was swept by cleveland in the second round of the play-offs. that's how you get yourself fired. meanwhile, the beat goes on for the san francisco giants. the change of venue and they are still getting beat. however, andrew mccutcheon a perennial all star and former
mvp coming back to the team where he started with the pittsburgh pirates and greeted very warmly. >> batting second right fielder, number 22, andrew mccutcheon! [ cheers and applause ] >> great ovation for andrew mccutcheon played nine years with the pirates five-time all star. they love him back there. and they were not happy when he got traded to the giants. meanwhile, the team, giants, down 2-0 in the 4th and austin jackson comes through with a two-out, two-run single to even things up. finally get the giants out of that losing streak. however, 4th inning, bottom half, mercer into the wide open spaces. a triple and rbi. right after it's a pinch hitter jose ma hitter, a
goner. 8-2 in the 8th inning and the a's on the big stage at yankee stadium taking care of their business against the yankees as it is young dustin fowler who was traded by the yankees to the a's making his big league debut today. and looking good early as matt chapman with a shot that leaves the yard. two-run homer. his 7th. they led 3-0. how fitting is this? it's fowler with his first big league hit off the man he was traded for! sonny gray. there's his proud dad. so sonny gray gives up the hit to fowler. welcome to the big leagues officially. however, the a's 5-1 lead almost disappeared on one swing of aaron judge's bat. three-run homer, 5-4, a's lead now 7-5 in the 8th. aaron judge. >> think a little karma in that. >> that was cool. >> good night.
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