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of the neighborhood. >> reporter: and because of his sharp eye, the soft-spoken mail carrier is a celebrity. just don't call him a hero. >> they say i'm a hero but i say no, i'm not, i'm just doing the right thing i'm supposed to do. >> reporter: working his regular loop tuesday he saw two men coming out of a home on grand avenue carrying a large suitcase and duffel bag. he thought it was suspicious and he knew the homeowner had been hospitalized for some time. so he checked the house. >> they punched a big hole in the door where they reached and unlocked it from inside. i saw the bricks on the ground. that makes me think of, you know, it's a burglary. >> reporter: he got the license plate of the suspect vehicle and had a neighbor call 911. piedmont police responded and confirmed the break-in and nester identified the suspects. >> so our mail carrier, the one that reported this crime, did an excellent job. he was kind of our eyes and ears from a distance. he used his telephone to support what he was trying to do in terms of calling us and taking pictures.
i don't think he ever put himself in harm's way. >> reporter: arrested in oakland and awaiting charges from the alameda county d.a. is 36-year-old james mislap. 47-year-old michael shea. and 56-year-old preston gordon arrested as accomplices. all three men with long rap sheets. meanwhile, neighbors are thrilled to have nester working their street. >> it's awesome taking care of the community . that's priceless to be honest with you. >> they know our carriers will keep their eyes and ears open in anything that's going on in the neighborhood but our residents and customers also keep an eye on our carriers. that's what's important. >> reporter: it was a day never to forget. nester really delivered. quite a story. nester says if he had to do
it, he would do the same thing again. the police department as well as as the postal service plan to honor him with some sort of a accreditation or ceremony. they are northern what they are going to do just yet. meanwhile all the stolen items have been returned. live in piedmont, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. there is new information tonight about the death of a couple in walnut creek on wednesday. investigators now say the deaths inside a home on holland drive were the result of a murder-suicide. officers conducted a welfare check and found the bodies of a 66-year-old richard huber and his 68-year-old wife sarah. police say it now appears richard huber shot and killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself. anyone with information about this case is asked to contact walnut creek police. there was dramatic courtroom testimony in san jose today from the woman who had accused 49er linebacker reuben foster of domestic violence. not only did the woman recant her story, but she provided vivid details saying that she
was angry about a breakup and wanted to, quote, end his career. as jesse gary reports, courtroom observers found that testimony convincing and expect the case to be dropped. >> reporter: after more than an hour on the stand alyssa ennis left the hall of justice without saying why she recanted her claims of domestic violence at the hands of reuben foster. under direct examination and testifying against the advice of her lawyer, the 28-year-old said she lied when she called 911 back in february and reported foster beat her and threw her out of his los gatos home. the reason? through tears ennis says it was all because, quote, i was and i wanted to end him. i wanted to ruin his career. i'm sorry, i apologize. >> it was very unusual to see a victim get on the stand like that and just completely say they lied to the police. the d.a.'s office is going to have a lot to think about whether they can move forward at this point. >> reporter: foster was a highly touted draft pick in the spring of 2017 and poised to be a key player in the 49ers resurgence.
she testified she got into a fight with two women in san francisco the night before, february 10th, and the next day a disgusted foster ended their dating relationship. a video of the incident was posted on social media. ennis says she was, quote, angry and wanted to blank up reuben foster's career adding, tomorrow you won't have a job. her story of domestic violence was told to police, medical personnel and her family. but deputy district attorney jeff smith told the court the actual lie is the recant. he says ennis was telling the truth about being beaten by foster. prosecution pictures point to injuries from his blows. the judge says she will review the evidence and issue a ruling may 23rd. >> for mr. foster, the key here was getting rid of the domestic violence case and this testimony went a long way to doing that. >> reporter: part of the evidence that the judge will consider, before leaving the stand, ennis testified back in 2011 she was arrested for making a false claim of domestic abuse against her boyfriend at the time. the 49ers say they have no comment about the case until
it's all resolved. and there's no change in reuben foster's status. outside the hall of justice in san jose, i'm jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. uc-berkeley has substantiated claims of sexual harassment against cal students by an assistant athletic director. a former cal women's basketball player filed a lawsuit against the university claiming she was assaulted by the man. cal athletics tells the daily cal that the man was fired effective last friday. according to espn, clarendon's lawsuit was thrown out earlier this month because the statute of limitations had expired. meantime, a state lawmaker has been cleared of sexual harassment accusations. a man who worked for a different lawmaker claimed los angeles assemblywoman cristina
garcia groped him from behind during a softball game in 2014. garcia took an unpaid leave during the investigation which has now found the claims to be unsubstantiated. she says she is looking forward to returning to work. on capitol hill today, the senate confirmed president trump's controversial pick for cia director. 61-year-old gina haspel is now the first woman to head the spy agency. her confirmation followed a contentious nomination process that largely focused on torture tactics after the september 11th attacks. she is a 33-year veteran of the cia and has been serving as acting director of the agency. she worked under former director mike pompeo until president trump moved him to secretary of state. it was one year ago today that the justice department appointed robert mueller as special counsel to see if the trump campaign colluded with russia. that decision came shortly after the president fired his fbi director, james comey. caroline shively live for us
now in washington with a look at the investigation so far and what could happen next. caroline. >> reporter: hi there, heather. president trump tweeted this morning, congratulations, america. we are now into the second year of the greatest witch hunt in american history and there is still no collusion and no obstruction. but his detractors say it's not over yet. president trump marked the one- year anniversary of the special counsel probe with a tweet calling it a disgusting illegal and unwarranted witch hunt. >> amazing the rhetoric this man uses. i would say to the president, it's not a witch hunt when 17 russians have been indicted. it's not a witch hunt when some of the most senior members of the trump campaign have been indicted. >> reporter: the investigation has also led to five guilty pleas, two criminal cases headed to trial, and one man already in prison. but it's not clear where the probe goes from here. trump attorney rudy giuliani says mueller doesn't have the power to indict the president and his lawyers will do everything they can to keep him from talking. >> we're going to be the laughingstock of lawyers if we let him testify. >> reporter: not everyone
agrees that the president can't be indicted some citing two justice department memos from the clinton administration. >> they are both late '90s which says the president can be indicted but not prosecuted until after he leaves office. you might have to indict him to stop the running of a statute of limitations. >> reporter: administration officials say they are pushing mueller and his team to wrap up the investigation soon. but legal experts point to the ken starr investigation of bill clinton as a model and that lasted for more than four years. in washington, caroline shively, fox news. >> thank you. talk is heating up that san francisco's police chief may be returning to l.a. after a little more than a year on the job. as we have been reporting, chief william scott is one of three finalists for the police chief position in los angeles. ktvu's paul chambers tells us why chief scott may be looking
to head south. >> has he said anything to you? >> he has not said anything to me about whether or not he is staying or leaving. >> reporter: for 14 years, joseph marshall served on the san francisco police commission a post he hopes to soon return to. he explained the process that led mayor lee to select william scott as the top cop in december 2016. >> generally we have done a national search, you know, had a search firm come in, help us vet names. >> reporter: after numerous interviews, scott became one of the top picks for the job leaving it up to mayor lee to choose in january of 2017. >> i think you made a wise decision. >> reporter: however, after only being on the job in san francisco for nearly a year and a half, some question whether it was a wise decision. a 25-year veteran of lapd a place i may soon return. -- i place he may soon return to. marshall says yes, because scott was the best person at the time. >> we believed him, i'm sure the mayor believed him, that he wanted to be the police chief in san francisco and wanted to do the best job.
who knows what would happen down --in the future? >> reporter: marshall doesn't believe scott used the chief spot in san francisco to boost his resume' or as a tied-over until the l.a. job came open. marshall feels the chief did like anyone should, look for new opportunities, especially with a new mayor on the horizon. >> under mayor lee, he was the guy. now, is he going to be a guy for the next mayor? i don't know. he doesn't know. i'm not sure --we all don't know. so the changing political climate of san francisco also kind of affects the chief. >> reporter: we had no comment back from chief scott. marshall said if chief scott is to leave that will be the 7th police chief within 14 years. that's including the interim chiefs. the new chief would be number 7. he says the people who are hurt most by the constant change is the rank-and-file officers. in san francisco, paul chambers, ktvu fox 2 news. the royal wedding is two days away. at 6:30, we go live across the pond for the preparations ahead of the marriage of prince harry and meghan markle.
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developing news now in san jose where fire crews now have the upper hand on the 2-acre grass fire. it broke out just after 5:00 this evening about one hour ago at tours road and capitol expressway near the los lagos golf course. this is void from our -- this is video from our traffic camera. no structures were damaged. another brush fire has been causing traffic problems on 101 in redwood city this afternoon. it started shortly before 2: 00 on the shoulder of the highway on the -- 2:00 on the shoulder of the highway on the southbound side of 101. a driver captured this on his cell phone. the fire produced smoke that billowed above the freeway
creating a huge traffic jam and shutting down the woodside road on ramp. alternates were used while the fire was battled. the woodside road on-ramp will re-open at any moment. police in san jose are investigating a double homicide that happened last night in the foothills above east san jose. as maureen naylor reports now, neighbors in the area are concerned about ongoing gunfire. >> a man and woman were shot here at 10 p.m. >> it's horrible. >> it's horrible. stuff like that shouldn't be happening out here. >> reporter: jesus has lived on sierra road and said he didn't hear the shooting but his brother did. >> shots fired, multiple shots fired, um, not the first time we have heard it before. so it's a familiar sound to us. there's hunting areas out here. but it's a whole different thing from hunting, the rapid fire. >> reporter: gary lopez said he and his wife heard what
sounded like a car speeding down the hill away from the crime scene around the same time as the shooting. >> there was a kam car that came racing --there was a car that came racing down the hill, slid out and almost ran into a property. three minutes after that we heard the police and fire up the hill. >> reporter: two candles were at the lookout spot near the scene of the shooting today. >> it's a whodunnit homicide right now. >> reporter: san jose police say the man and woman died at the scene, but they aren't sure of the motive yet. >> who they were there with and who maybe they were supposed to meet or was this some sort of a random attack is still to be determined. >> reporter: two neighbors who live about a mile from the crime scene say gunshots are common in their area. they shared this video that they say was gunfire that happened a few hours after the homicide. >> we heard about 15, 16 gunshots, about 12:43. it's been happening about every other day. >> reporter: neighbors are asking for a quicker police response. >> i think the sjpd is lacking on this, and there needs to be some kind of response, um -- there's been quite a few of us
calling it in and nobody shows up. >> reporter: we asked police about this. they said the gunshots were unrelated to last night's homicide. they said if they get a call for service, depending on the number of calls, the prioritize the nature of the call and will respond as they say is appropriate. maureen naylor, ktvu fox 2 news. we have good news about a van stolen from the hilltop mall in richmond last week. the van belonging to the family was recovered last night in richmond soon after our story aired. a relative spotted the van on a street and called police. the 33-year-old thomas was paralyzed nine years ago when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver. the van is a lifeline for him and his parents. at least' little body damage
but the family is happy to have it back. -- there's a little body damage to the van, but the family is happy to have it back. last couple of days, we have had this big deep marine layer which kept temperatures cool, brought showers and thundershowers to parts of the north north bay and lake tahoe area and now we are going to the old-fashioned for this time of year high pressure with fog formation at the coast, and warmer temperatures and lower air quality. highs today warmer than yesterday by a few degrees. you can see here that low pressure center that's moving off. as to does, like i keep saying, the systems as they go through, they move across the rockies and out into the plains and they just raise havoc this time of year. so even though this system wasn't much for us, it's going to be something big once it gets to the ohio valley. keep an eye on the east coast, a lot of issues, flight delays
boston and new york. showers right now at lake tahoe as the low tries to clear out. fog reforming at the coast. when you see the fog here, you go okay, high pressure is back. that last few pictures the last few days have showed clouds because there's not a big strong high pressure. the current temperatures, you can see where the sea breeze, the green, and you can see where the sea breeze is not, the yellows and oranges. so temperatures today, a little warmer. warmer still for your friday. an eruption at the summit of kilauea is creating new challenges on the big island of hawaii. it sent smoke as high as six miles into the air and saw ash raining down on nearby areas. the blast was the most powerful in recent days and follows two weeks of volcanic activity. new evacuation orders are now in place as geologists warn mount kilauea is unpredictable. >> the volcano is a redynamic situation up there. we could have -- is a real dynamic situation up there. we could have additional
situations like this morning that punch up and die back down really quickly. we could have some more sustained ash. >> no one was hurt during today's explosion. so far, at least 26 homes have been destroyed by the volcano's lava flows. a case of child abuse in fairfield renewing a debate about homeschooling. >> this is an abuse case. it has nothing to do with homeschooling. >> up next, why some say more regulation is needed. >> the warriors' steph curry seemed to struggle during the first two play-off games in houston. is he all the way back and can he turn it around? steph evaluates hi
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san francisco police have identified a 20-year-old man suspect of burglarizing six different commercial businesses during an eight- week period. investigators say the man was already in custody following his arrest for the most recent burglary. police then linked him to five other burglaries in the city from late january to march. san francisco police continue to investigate these crimes and want to hear from anyone who may have information. we have learned that 10 children allegedly subjected to abuse at a filthy home in fairfield were supposedly being homeschooled but officials say the parents had never registered with the state. both parents are now in jail. ktvu crime reporter henry lee looks at just how this situation fell under the radar.
>> i also homeschool all of my children and, um, people don't agree with that lifestyle. >> reporter: ina rogers told me her kids were taught at her fairfield home the same home full of filth and feces where police say many of the 10 children were abused and tortured by rogers and her husband. she failed to register her home with the state department of education. she also didn't file an affidavit confirming how many children were enrolled and what they were being taught. >> this family apparently didn't bother to file anything. >> reporter: but even if she had contacted the state, she wouldn't have had to identify her kids by name. >> children's names are never on these forms. >> reporter: debbie is with the homeschool association of california. she says the burden is not on school officials and that the situation in fairfield and other similar cases comes down to one thing. >> this is an abuse case. it has nothing to do with homeschooling. how many stories are there about public schoolchildren who are horrifically abused and nobody noticed it? plenty.
>> reporter: in a statement, the california department of education said: >> and that has some other homeschool proponents worried. >> many parents will be homeschooling for really great reasons and giving their kids a great education. but in instances where parents are abusive, it's very hard to track down. >> reporter: she and state education officials say they support changes in the law that would prevent future tragedies but not everyone agrees. >> do you want to enact laws that require every person to present their child annually for inspection? i don't want to live in that state. >> reporter: as for the mother in fairfield, she says she is misunderstood. >> i have had many people question my right to parent. and i just feel like this whole situation was exploded. >> reporter: the children are
now being cared for by relatives. it's not clear if they are still being homeschooled. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is next with a royal wedding now just two days away. >> police officers with firearms, mound police officers, some with dog search, dogs. >> coming up next we go line to windsor england as anticipation builds for the marriage of prince harry and meghan markle. >> also ahead, california's birth rate now the lowest in a century. the new figures just released. >> plus, bart working on a permanent fix to a drug use problem at a busy station. stay with us, ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30 is next.
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telling prosecutors that she wanted to ruin foster's career. back in february, she accused foster of beating her but under oath today she said she was mad about a breakup. prosecutors say the actual lie is her recanting, but a legal analyst said he found her testimony credible. the judge plans to review the evidence and issue a ruling next week. authorities are crediting a mail carrier in piedmont with solving a brazen home burglary this week. investigators say nester spotted two men coming out of a house on grand avenue with a suitcase and duffel bag. the mail car carrier had a neighbor call 911 leading to the arrest of the two suspects and accomplice. today marks a year since the robert mueller investigation began into alleged russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible ties to the trump campaign. today the president tweeted
that the probe is disgusting, illegal and unwarranted. mueller's team has charged 19 people with crimes including four trump campaign advisers that have five guilty pleas. the president's attorney rudy giuliani says mueller doesn't have the power to indict our president. ou're watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. the countdown is on to england's royal wedding. it's under way with thousands of people lining up on the streets of windsor hoping to catch a glimpse. saturday's wedding of prince harry and meghan markle will be watched by countless people all over the world. today the future duchess confirmed her father, though, will not be able to attend. amy kellogg joins us live from england with the runup to the big day. >> reporter: hi, heather and julie. it seems like meghan markle probably just wanted to end the speculation as to whether or not her father would walk her down the aisle. that's been detracting from what should otherwise be some
days of joy and excitement, talk of beauty and love ahead of the wedding. so she made a statement today. the palaces have not confirmed who will walk her down the aisle on saturday. there's been a lot of talk that it will probably be her mother. but that remains in the realm of speculation for now. but we do believe that he there is a plan b very firmly in place because all of the rehearsals took place earlier on thursday. the couple arrived at windsor castle today. she said her father won't be attending the wedding. he he wrap wrap 73-year-old thomas markle is recovering after reportedly undergoing a procedure to clear blocked coronary arteries. >> i'm very sorry for her, but you can't help something like the heart problem and you have
to deal with it. >> reporter: thousands of fans lined the street as military personnel rehearsed a procession that follows saturday's ceremony. the newlyweds will take a carriage ride outside the grounds after the wedding. while there is no known threat to the royal wedding, security is tight. armed police will be on patrol and roadblocks and barriers will stop cars from getting anywhere near crowds. >> see some police officers carrying fires, mounted police -- carrying firearms, mounted police officers, motorcycles, dogs, police cars. every kind of resource is involved. >> reporter: the big story today really is apart from all the security concerns and preparations, is that we have had the confirmation that meghan markle's father will not be making the trip over here. and that of course has dominated headlines over the last few days. there's been a lot of talk in the british press that perhaps
the palace should have been more attentive, should have really reached out to mr. markle and the rest of the family to keep them out of the media glare and sort of guide them through this firestorm which they clearly have not been prepared to handle. the palace has indicated that help was offered but not accepted. in any event they are returning focus to the royal wedding saturday noon. >> and the world will be watching. thank you. you can watch the royal wedding live here on ktvu. our coverage begins early saturday morning at 3:30 a.m. now to sacramento, where governor jerry brown has signed legislation to protect people living in the country illegally from having their immigration status disclosed in open court. it requires lawyers to get permission from a judge before discussing someone's immigration status publicly. san francisco democratic senator scott weiner is a
cosponsor of the bill and says the law woken sure crime victims -- would ensure crime victims and witnesses are not scared away from testifying in court. opponents say it won't protect immigrants and may give them a false sense of confidence. california's birth rate fell to its lowest level in a century. the cdc says 471,000 babies were born last year. that's down 3% from the year before. as vicki gonzalez reports, the birth rate is lower now than the great depression. >> how old are you? >> reporter: in california, more women are not having children or waiting. >> a lot of my friends did their careers first. >> reporter: 19-month-old macy is an infectious armful. >> you don't have a choice and you do your career afterwards. >> afterwards. >> reporter: they are in their 30s.
>> i'm expecting in september. >> reporter: understanding why more people are waiting to expand their families. >> we wanted to be ready, you know, to financially support our kids. >> reporter: california's birth rate continues to drop. >> the rate of people over 65 is increasing dramatically. we have to have more babies or have people having more children. >> reporter: but on the flip side -- >> what i have just noticed is among the other kindergarten moms most of them about 10 years older than me. >> reporter: the birth rate for women over 40 on the rise. >> 25 years ago, when a woman over 35 was considering having a baby, we would say, don't do it! you're way too old. now i have patients that are in their 50s. >> reporter: for this grandfather, the economy is a pregnancy vital sign. >> cost of living is high now in california and everything is about money. i think most people wait until they get their finances right. >> we want a big family but every time we think about adding another kid, i'm like oh, man. >> coming up, a deadly crash involving a school bus full of fifth graders.
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and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing. john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future. a student and teacher were killed today when a school bus collided with a dump truck on a busy highway in new jersey. it happened in the town of mount olive about 50 miles west of new york city. the bus appeared to be torn from its axle by the collision. 43 survivors were taken to the hospital some in critical
condition. school officials say the bus was taking fifth graders on a class field trip. so far the names of the victims haven't been released. police have not yet released details on how that crash happened. officials say the bus was equipped with seatbelts. the fbi says a former boyfriend and a business associate of the woman killed in a bombing at an orange county medical building now in custody. the powerful explosion tore through an office building in aliso viejo tuesday afternoon. stephen beal was arrested on suspicion of being in possession of an unregistered destructive device. investigators found homemade bombs and guns inside his long beach home. additional charges are expected to be filed as this investigation continues. thousands of fans of bike racing cheered on the pros today as they left stockton on stage 5 of the amgen tour of california. >> whoo! >> this is the first time
since 2007 that stockton is hosting a stage of this event. amgen tour is providing a big boost to the city in more ways than one. >> it's definitely a boost for us on the dollar side with hotels and people going out and doing things in downtown. but also, for us, it gives us a sense of credibility to bring more world class sporting events to stockton. >> stage five of the race ended late this afternoon in elk grove in sacramento county. stage six begins tomorrow with the racers going from folsom to south lake tahoe. cracking down on drug use at a troubled bart station. >> as you can see it's clean today. i hope it stays like this. >> the efforts now to make a permanent fix. >> and we are tracking the warmup out there. there's fog back at the coast. you can see it behind me. and temperatures today, some places were five, 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. that's the trend as we head towards the weekend. >> coming up at 7:00 on ktvu plus, one person killed and two more injured in a violent
this is video we aired yesterday shared by a bart rider showing people using drugs right there at the civic center station. and now this is what it looked like today, all cleaned up. now bart and city officials in san francisco hope it will last. >> as ktvu's rob roth tells us, more officers were seen making the rounds there today. >> as you can see it's clean today. i hope it stays like this. >> reporter: shannon is pleased with what he sees in
this corridor inside the civic center bart station. this is how that same area looked a few days ago when he took this video that ktvu aired wednesday. it shows a long stretch of open air drug use. >> it's sickening to see this after a while! i mean, it's just --why right here? i know they have no other place to go. but i mean, not right here in front of everybody. i mean, families walk by. children. >> reporter: the video so outraged this bart director, he showed up here at 5:30 a.m. and set up a table and chair. he also got police officers to patrol the area more frequently. >> i sat in the hallway. and i thought, if all i can do is ask people politely not to shoot up in the hallway, that's what i was going to do. >> reporter: the salvation army sent outreach workers into the bart station to convince drug users to access one of the salvation army's drug treatment programs. >> we can talk to them, educate them about the program and services that the salvation army has and build a relationship hoping that they will choose today or in the near future to come off the streets.
>> reporter: while the bart station may look clean today, no one is screaming success. >> looks good today. today is one of the best days. but it's the day after the video. so i mean the mayor and everybody is getting on it. we'll see what happens in the next week or two. >> that corridor can go from mayberry to chaos in about 10 or 15 minutes. so it's constantly something that we have to focus on. >> reporter: but even if drug use stops at bart, almost everyone says they expect it to simply move someplace else. >> you always have the issue of displacement. that's where the resources come into play and the shelter and the help for these people that are addicted to opioids and other drugs. >> reporter: mayor farrell met with bart officials this afternoon to see how the two entities can work together to make bart cleaner and safer. rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. looking into the weather
for your friday it looks good. highs today increase by a good five to eight degrees some places 10 degrees over what we had yesterday. these were the highs from today. take the temperatures and add a degree or two tomorrow. so the slow warming is under way. it started a couple of days ago. it was a cool start to the week. but now we get back to where you might expect temperatures to be or at least closer upper 70s. i don't think we'll see any low 80s. maybe by fairfield and davis we might see 80s. but most of the numbers are mid- to upper 70s. so the story is fog at the coast, high pressure building in, temperatures warming, microclimates set up. you have the coast, the bay, inland temperatures. coast cool because of the fog. around the bay mid-60s and 70s and inland mid- to upper 70s. this illustrates clearly the sea breeze, the green. everything green is just -- that's all the sea breeze blowing in. and when you see past fairfield you see orange, that's the 70s and 80s.
you can see the camera moving around a little bit. that's a good sign that the winds are blowing stiffly out of the northwest or west. and there's fog. that tells you the high pressure is reestablished. that means when you get the fog that means you're going to start warming up in places like concord and danville and livermore and san jose. so tomorrow morning, san francisco exactly what you would expect. more fog tomorrow than we had today. right at the coast you will see very little clearing tomorrow. last couple of days that hasn't been the case. but the coastal areas will remain cool. around the bay, mild and inland just warm. so that's your forecast for friday. a little bit warmer in the warmest spots and a little cooler in the coolest spots. friday, saturday, general warming bay and inland. sunday, that changes and goes back the other way with another tweak. you will see it coming. so here's your friday, saturday. and then this guy, boom, bumps into the coast. doesn't bring rain or anything except drops temperatures a few degrees.
sunday will be nice, just not upper 80s or mid-80s. so forecast tomorrow, this is fairfield at 80. brentwood at 80. antioch at 80. couple of those way inland spots might touch 80. 74 san jose, 75 morgan hill. air quality becomes a thing when the high pressure comes back but it goes away on sunday so it won't be an extended high pressure pattern so we shut get "spare the air" days. tomorrow is friday. >> yes. >> end of another week. >> right. >> bill, thank you. one of the stars on the hit fox tv show empire released his debut album just a dumb months ago and is now launching -- album just a couple of months ago and is now launching the tour. he said starting the tour here is nostalgic because he was born in oakland. >> there were talks about starting in l.a. where i grew up and new york where i also grew up but my roots are here in the bay area. it's where my mom was, where my father was, where they -- they -- and they're not from
here. my dad is from new york and my mom from new orleans but they were here. he was training to be a boxer and they met and fell in love here. >> the music performed at his concerts are songs he performs on empire. he will be performing at the complex oakland tonight on 14th street. coming up, the giants get great news involving their injured pitching ace madison bumgarner. >> he could be back on the mound as soon as next weekend. mark ibanez with the details next. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
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mark joins us now with sports. a lot of people wondering about steph curry. >> it's funny when you watch these series. every game is like a new soap opera, right? after game one warriors win. nobody is talking about steph curry. warriors lose. he is a little bit off in his three-point shooting. everybody is freaking out! as you take a look at some of the activity that people might be looking into from yesterday, steph warming up, certainly looks healthy and
moving with ease. but here's a little of the two for 13 shooting in the two games from three. in all fairness he had seven rebounds and seven assists. there's a turnover. but he only had two turnovers last night. that was one of them. then you watch chris paul get real physical with steph here and it leads to an easy houston bucket. but steph curry insists he is perfectly fine. >> feeling great. i didn't find the rhythm early. had some decent looks from from three that could have changed the momentum of the game early in that first half. but for the most part, it was just a frustrating night all the way around. >> how is curry's lingering injury responsible for some of his play? >> um, 13.7%. [ laughter ]
>> yeah. he always knows how to handle it. it is a 1-1 series so far. game 3 5:00 at oracle sunday early evening. meantime the a's will be spending the weekend in beautiful toronto, canada. a look there at the ever beautiful cn tower. folks way up top. and here comes the crunch. davis every night he makes a highlight. this is his 13th home run of the year. two-run shot breaks a 1-1 tie in 3rd and the a's mean business in this thing with the long ball. come the 5th inning, leading 3- 1, that's matt olson. just a high powering drive to right. three-run homer. he has 7 and the a's lead 6-1. toronto chopped into that a little bit to 7-4. but matt chapman two-run homer, and the a's currently leading 9-4 as you look at things in the 7th inning right now. as for the san francisco giants, they play later just 3
1/2 games out in the western division. even with all those injuries, they will start a four-game series with the colorado rockies in town one of the team's higher up in them in the west and here comes some good news. madison bumgarner on display earlier today as the giants get ready for that series with the rockies doing some long toss and some throwing. of course he broke his finger right at the end of spring training. and word is he will face hitters next tuesday and could get a rehab start in the minor leagues as soon as next saturday. so it's on the brink for bumgarner's return. his manager bruce bochy psyched up about that. >> just to have him, you know, out there leading the staff and johnny, these are two horses that, you know, we miss and it's been a while since spring training. so you know, if you get a guy like that back, it does, i
think, send a sense of confidence throughout the clubhouse. here's the final story about a very, very nice baseball league. in fact, check this out. it's called the league of yes. this is billy, from long island, new york. he has down syndrome. he hits the ball out of the yard. there is him circling the bases. and his home ruenzel operation is something to behold. this is a league designed specifically for kids to help them develop high self-esteem and they lay out at home plate. >> that's so cute. >> and self-confidence. >> i got this. i'm rocking it. >> what i like is the league of yes. >> love it. >> yeah. >> beautiful stuff. >> really great. >> mark, thank you. thank you for joining us tonight. our coverage continues at 7:00 on ktvu plus. good night.
yeah. got eight pounds of salmon that's about to go bad. do you know how to cook it? not really. damn it. should have liberated the iffy chicken. so what are you and professor fussyface up to tonight? star wars on blu-ray. haven't you seen that movie, like, a thousand times? not on blu-ray. only twice on blu-ray. oh, leonard. i know, it's high-resolution sadness. well, i was going to take myself out to a movie tonight. you want to go? really? do we do that? what do you mean? you know, we haven't spent time alone together since we broke up. it's not a date, leonard. it's just a man and a woman hanging out, not having sex at the end of the night. sounds like most of my dates. sheldon: oh, dear lord, get away from me, you monster! what is that about? well, he's smart and crazy enough, he may have actually created a monster.