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from the california campus. she is and 29 other new babies made the short journey to the new, multi-billion dollars hospital. >> reporter: oakland teachers will be back in the classroom this morning. the agreement with the district. cleanup continues in the north bay after intense flooding. the efforts as people are getting ready for the next storm to move in. happy monday to you. march 4th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. steve paulson said that the rain is moving into the area. you can see the clouds. >> it is rain, lightly. but the system is here
tomorrow. gas seegasia mikaelian is filling in. and the system for tomorrow will be widespread rain for everybody. you can see the line alongside moran county and into san francisco and south san francisco and down to the sam te'o bridge and the santa cruz mountain. so light morning rain, clouds and sun and very muggy. there could be a few mid-60s in the santa clara valley. the system tomorrow is not going to pack a boxer's punch. there could be isolated areas with two inch amounts. the other area is going into southern california. this is the system for tomorrow. but you see us tapping into is a little bit. and the bulk of it wants to go to santa barbara. but it is close enough where it bares logic there..
it making it to santa cruz and just like that is disappears. once it moves by, we'll have mostly cloudy skies, muggy and humid. and the next system will be here tomorrow. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. we have this system that will last till wednesday and then a cold pattern out of the northwest. but you see the line of heavier moisture in santa maria and bakersfield. and fresno may get more rain than we do this time. but we'll still get rain this week. 7:02. and we would like to focus on what? >> we have stuff all over the place. we have the east freeway. 50 minutes because of the trouble at the bay bridge. we had a problem earlier on the span and traffic is slow this morning approaching the bay bridge. you should leave early this morning, if you can. an extra 15 or 20 minutes will
make all the difference. if you're driving on the sam te'o bridge, the same thing goes, we had earlier issues and that has been resolved. and traffic is slow on the sam te'o. and 680 is slow. and south bay, northbound 280, there is a crash right here northbound 280 at 17. it is backed up. and it has been very slow. here's a live picture of what you have get through to get up to the west valley. 7:03, back to the desk. oakland teachers will be back into the classroom today after they voted the news contract. 70% members voted yesterday afternoon and it was split into two votes. both passed with a simple majority. we have the agreement. >> reporter: one thing that we don't know the agreement is how
they plan to pay for it during the strike and months prior, the district insisted they did not get a pay raise. they will get a salary increase under the new contract. the strike is now officially over. so they'll be back into the classroom today and other schools across the district. let's show you the video yesterday. teachers gathered at the paramount theater. 70% of oakland's public teachers took part in the vote. it took part in two separate votes. the smart for the bulk of the contract was not overwhelming, 58% of teachers approved it. but here's what the agreement includes. and 11 percent salary increase through 2021 and immediate 3% bonus and class size reductions of 1 student this coming year
at some schools. higher salaries for school nurses. also included was a promise from the school board president to introduce a resolution to the board to put a five many hold on any school closures and consolidations and a promise to put a resolution on the opening of any new charter schools. >> fight does not end with the contract. it is only a beginning. we are committed as educators in oakland to ensure that our students get vital resources. >> reporter: the school superintendent released this statement after the contract was ratified yesterday, words cannot express how deeply grateful i am that the strike has come to the close. i understand the sentence of urgency. the reality is it will take a few years to stabilize the district there. is a school board meeting at 10:30 this morning.
according to the agenda of the meeting, the board is scheduled to make about $21 million in cuts. to the district's budget. we don't know in the ready if readydy if in the agreement will affect that we understand there will be a protest at this school board meeting later this morning. after the two sides reached an agreement, we updated the teacher strike hotline. we'll continue to update the hotline. the number is on your screen. it is also scrolling along the bottomful your screen. we're going to welcome mayor shaft to the studio and talk about how the new teachers' contract will benefit students and how the raiders are returning to oakland to play one last season. all lanes of a street in
fairfield opened again after a woman was hit by two separate cars. it happened early this morning on west texas street in fairfield. the woman was a pedestrian. one of the drivers was arrested on felony dui. she was hospitalized in serious condition but the authorities said that she is expected to recover. and a wrong way driver that slammed into another car near the bailey city san francisco border is now in custody. the chp said it received the report last night of a mazda going the wrong direction on southbound 280 near john daly boulevard. the mazda sideswiped an acura. and the driver of the acura and his 7-year-old son suffered minor injuries. and the that's does kept going till it crashed into a divider. he is facing charges of dui.
two people accused of a grizzly homicide in san francisco are set to face a judge today. they face murder and kidnapping charges in connection with the death of 23-year-old george solvarious. they found his body two weeks ago stuffed in a suitcase. san francisco police union suing to block some police personnel records being released from a new transparency law. the police union wants to prevent the records from being released retroactively. and it includes incidents use of excessive force and other police misconduct. several police departments have sued over this, saying that the law could violate the safety of the police officers. the san francisco city attorney's office said there is nothing in the law that limit it's to only future records. on our website, ktvu.com, we have a list of law
enforcement agencies that are releasing records under the new law and those that are not. our in depth reporting is on ktvu.com. the city of piedmont is holding a meeting tomorrow to get publicly feedback about adding new surveillance cameras. they are considering adding five additional cameras. tomorrow's meeting is at 7:00 on highland avenue. san jose state university is calling for more support for the student homeless alliance. about 1100 students signed a petition that includes a minimum of 12 beds in the dorms for homeless students where they can stay for up to 60 days. and $2,500? emergency grants for students to remain in housing if they cannot afford rent. the group is due to meet with the university's president and vice president tomorrow about
the demands. the experiment to put a homeless shelter in a school gym has reportedly been a costly failure. it was expected to house to of the school's families every night. only five families have used the facility with an average of two people using it per night. it cost taxpayers $700 for each person. they have been playing the non profit group $40,000 a month to manage the shelter. san francisco city leaders want to open up a new homeless navigation center. it is a two acre parking lot across from piers 30 and 32. and it calls for a 200 bed facility for homeless people that will be open for four years. the commission currently owns that land and would need to approve it first. there's been opposition in the past to open it so close to the pier. a community meeting is planned
for next tuesday on the subject. still ahead, searches for survivors today continue in alabama after a tornado hit that state. the damage left behind from storms that killed at least 20 people. an unbelievable story with and incredible ending. how search teams tracked down two california sisters that had been missing in the wilderness for two days. their story survival when we return. we have slow traffic in many spots. a rough start for some of the commutes, including the drive into the silocon valley. light rain moving through but a bigger system right there is on tap for tuesday into wednesday. more rain this week. but the heavier and deeper moist looks like it wants to favor southern and central california.
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race. one school district will stay closed today after all the flooding. in gordonville, schools canceled class for today. the schedule when they will reopen is how quickly the repairs can be made. and we're waiting to hear from two other school districts that planned to be reopen. but they're rating for power to be restopped. we called to the districts if the power is back. we'll let you know as soon as we get the information. a busy weekend for many property owners and renters in sonoma county. they told us that the water level rose so fast they did not have time to prepare. and that meant that everything they had was covered in mud and water. >> my entire garage was filled with water. everything was there. my washer and dryer, everything damaged. >> construction crew cans are
hauling away debris and hazardous materials. and they can take nontoxic debris to the free dropoff locations in the county. but you got to prove that you live in the area of flooding. and we have a list of the dropoff zones on ktvu.com. download our newly updated weather app for your smart phone and tablet. it has hourly updates and the 7- day forecast. and it has an easy feature to upload your weather photos and video. in sacramento, family members of stefphon clark said they're heartbroken following the da's announcement that no charges will be filed against the two police officers that killed him. >> my stance is this was murder. these officers need to be charged and the da should be fired. >> the body camera shows part of what happened when officers
chased clark one year ago for allegedly breaking windows. and they mistook his cell phone for a gun. the da said that the officers had reason to believe their lives were at risk. >> our hearts are shattered. my family is traumatized. we're in agony ever since the callous murder of my brother. >> family announced it is planning a gathering two weeks from now to honor the legacy of stefphon clark. a remarkable story of survive. two little girls survived almost two days in the wilderness. they were found yesterday. they survived from drinking fresh water from huckleberry leaves and seating granola bars
and cuddling up together under a bush. they found them safe and unharmed. there was this emotional reunion with their families. the first responders said that it was a true miracle and there were tears of joy by the family and the searches. >> i've been dealing with the mom for a couple of days here. and i got the privilege of telling her and telling her they had been located. the mother of two children and they had been missing for this long, and a lot of stuff goes through your head. she was just -- she melted on the phone and we had to hung up because she could not talk. they were found about a mile and a half from the home. they were cold, hungry and dehydrated but in good spirits. the neighbors and businesses rallied to help in the search. let's help you get out the
door this monday morning. it's been tough. light rain moving through. and it made a tough commute. and we had a bunch of tough commutes. it will be great when we just get back to normal. i think this is about 20 minutes longer to get to the macarthur maze bridge p and when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, there is more waiting to do. there were earlier problems on the bridge. and that has us off to a bad start. we have traffic in san francisco. 280, 101 and 85 had some slowdowns. the freeways are looking like this. it is sunny. the freeways are not looking good. and we still have the emergency
vehicles coming up to the crash. northbound 280 and 17. it has been a south bay commute. 7:19. some light rain moving through. but there are some breaks. by the time you get to san jose, it falls apart. our good friend said good morning, 49 and light rain. chad says, steve, can you make a call to the weather gurus and tell them it is raining in san francisco? i think they know. that is the line that stretches from san pablo bay to berkley and over to san francisco, south san francisco down to daily city and to the peninsula. and there's been a little bit in the santa clara valley as well. mainly low 60s as we have a
mild air mass over us. the system will bring widespread rain for everybody tuesday evening, tuesday night and wednesday morning. additional two plus in isolated areas. but it does look like the bulk of the moisture is favoring central and southern california. it wraps itself up and the winds will pick up tonight and tomorrow. you can see there is not much left. it doesn't have much support by the time to gets down to santa cruz and light morning rain and muggy. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. so two systems, the first part goes into the south. and we have to deal with this system for tuesday and wednesday and a cold direction comes in northwest on thursday. so it looks like an active week. keep an eye on the deep moisture. as long as it stays south,
we'll be okay. we're not looking for four or six inch amounts. maybe half inch to three- quarters to upwards of an inch to two for some. and this is thursday morning. 60s on the temperatures. the temperatures will be about average which will be 60, 64. rain moves in tuesday and wednesday. a break friday and another system for the weekend. the cost of rent here in the bay area continues to rise. how does santa fe and other cities compare to the rest of the country.
there is a new lawsuit against the trump administration's changes to family funding. they provide abortions or abortion referrals from receiving part of a $286 million federal family planning program. and it is expected to redirect tens of millions of dollars from plant parenthood to faith based groups. the use officially closed down its consulate in jerusalem. it was and embassy to
palestinian. and former colorado governor hoopenlooper is joining the presidential race. he imposed limits on methane admissions and expanded medicaid and signed gun control bills. here the list of the third best odds among democratic lawmakers. there may be a vote in the senate to oppose president trump's national emergency declaration. ran paul is the latest republican that said that he will go against the president. it could be enough for a
majority. the president said that veto any bill that will oppose his national emergency declaration. it will take two-thirds vote in both houses to override a veto. the oakland teachers are back in the classrooms today. a day of chaos as a tornado half mile way tears through alabama. and the growing death toll from the system as the cleanup now begins. right now we have a lot of slow traffic. i think this rain is not helping at all. you can see it is raining at the macarthur maze bridge and the traffic was already slow to begin with. it is raining. that is your app. there will be more rain tomorrow. your app will say rain tomorrow. i promise. what's better than having fast,
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not a lot of us saw in the very early morning hours but that is changing. >> yes. just look at your phone. you don't need me? >> come on, now. >> we have light rain out there. there is not a lot. stretching from oakland san francisco and south san francisco. it fizzles out on the peninsula. and santa cruz and clouds and sun. a lot of low to mid-60s. a two pronged attack. thankfully the deep tropical moisture is favoring south and central california. but some of that is into our system that will be here tuesday afternoon, evening into wednesday. it is more of a cold front. it is intense system here. but it will not play into the weather tomorrow. and it is a moist onshore flow. you can get some light rain.
some of that is making to santa clara. we have the system that will lighten up and partly to mostly cloudy skies. and rain tomorrow. and the 7-day rain forecast does not heavy amounts. you can see where that is going. there will be a series of systems this week. 50s and 60s today and rain and mostly cloudy and sal is here to tell you about the rain and the sun. and what else? you can see in the traffic picture. we have rain here at the macarthur maze bridge and it is taking more than an hour to get here on 80 westbound from the carquinez bridge and then another 30. if you're drive into san francisco today, you may want to consider the ferry or some
other thing like bart because it will take you almost two hours to get to san francisco. the east bay is very slow. we had a crash on northbound 280 and 17 and crash northbound 101. traffic is improving a little bit. but it will take a while. 7:32. back to the desk. oakland teachers will be back in the classroom today when they voted on a new contract. 70% of the members voted yesterday afternoon. it was split into two votes. both passed with the simple majority. now, if the teachers will get and 11 percent raise through 2021 and it promises to reduce
class sizes and places a hold on school closures for the next five months. teachers are heading back to class, the union said that the fight to education is not over. keith brown said that the union will push the pressure on lawmakers for more funding for public schools. >> we are committed to bring this fight to the state, looking at the needed proposition 13 reform through the schools and community first act which will be on the 2020 ballot. >> brown said that the 7-day teacher strike showed the commitment of oakland teachers with 90% of members honoring the strike. let's look at the tornadoes that hit the southeast, especially alabama. >> sarah is here in the studio and the tornadoes have killed
at least 23 people. >> reporter: yes, very sad. a six-year-old is among victims. so devastating news. so they'll likely find more people today that did not survive. rescuers are using k-9s and heat censors. sheriff jones said that the worst damage that he has seen in lee county and he heard from the white house about receiving federal help. he believes more than one tornado touched down. but they are working to get that confirmed. this is a small down of 8 to 10,000 people. and the path of destruction is at least a half mile wide. he said that dozens were taken down. multiple agencys from across alabama are helping with the devastation, including coroners coming in to identify the dead. and in addition to the 23 people that were killed, there were many others that were hurt.
>> i know they had some very serious injuries. my understanding is that some were admitted and then immediately taken to the intensive care units. i do not have a number. but i know a lot of people were treated for a range of injuries from minor to very severe. >> reporter: we're just hearing from kamala harris that said that she's heartbroken for the families that lost loved ones and homes. and she said the people of alabama and georgia where the tornado damage were reported are in her prayers today. a deadly crash during mardi mardi graw. the driver told the officers that he has a drinking problem. he has been charged with vehicular homicide. they say that he crashed the
car saturday night on a busy road near the route of one of the biggest mardi gras parades in new orleans. in oakland, one man is under arrest for shooting for people in a downtown oakland business early yesterday at the halftime sports bar. the four victims and two men and two women are treated for their wounds. the police are not saying if they have a motive for the shooting yet. the police arrested two women accused of stealing 25 hundreds of clothes from an outlet store. they stole the clothing from the tommy hilfiger store. they got into a car driven by a third person. they led them and a chase. and the officers spotted the abandoned car and found the women nearby. they believe that the women are connected to an organized theft crew operating out of the east
bay. they say that the driver of the car has not been found. officials with the san francisco giants spent part of the weekend talking about the fate and future of the ceo larry bare following a videotape argument with his wife. one option is for later larry bare to give up his day-to-day operations. it got back in bare tried to take back his cell phone. a shorter route could have trouble getting finished. libby shaft in the studio with us. we'll get her take on the new deal for oakland teachers and a farewell season for the raiders. it's going to be a tough commute on the east bay drive. 880 northbound does not look
too bad. but it is slowing down as you pass. the heavier system is set for tuesday night and went. we'll show you that coming up. what's better than having fast, reliable wifi with coverage throughout your home? how about having internet that can help you save on wireless phone service? xfinity gives you the fastest speeds for all your devices. plus, now that xfinity mobile is included, you can switch your wireless carrier and save hundreds of dollars a year. talk and text as much as much as you want and only pay for data. now that's simple, easy, awesome. click, call or visit a store today.
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over. they're going back to class. your initial feeling? your reaction this morning about the situation? >> i joined fight. the strike is over. but i know the fight is not over. but i was really impressed with how this community showed its support for our educators. but we will have some opportunities to really address some of the systemic things that got us into this. and with is prop 13. this structural deficit is the district has is one that most california schools have. and we have and student to do some adjusting to our tax structure in the next election and that will benefit public
education going forward. >> we'll break this to you right now. there was a deadline to file for scholarships during the strike. there are some developments related to that. >> i want to lift up our fabulous assembly member. we're trying to get an emergency bill to give a one and a half week extension to file for your state and federal college aid. we know that most students applied for it in the last week at their school sites. and the deadline was on saturday. it is called the faxa. it is free money every year. every year oakland kids leave millions of dollars on the that i believe they are entitled to. the deadline is saturday. and we're going to encourage schools to get students to fill it out this week and views to
have an emergency bill to extend the deadline. if you are a senior in high school and you think you might go to college -- and this applies to community college too. fill out your form. ask your counselor that will be so happy to see you back at school today. >> let's pick up on the oakland promise. there is a lot happening there. this is standing out around the country. >> we got our first independent evaluation. oakland promise has been in place now for three years. we'll have our community report out thursday march 14th at 4:00. but wow, the evaluation is spectacular. the oakland promise has been named as the most comprehensive promise program in the country.
it provides a series of cradle to career support and it also gives financial coaching for the parents of babies that are recipients of the college savings acts. they are two things that most programs don't have. and it is working. we saw in in the first year, a 14% increase in african- american students enrolling in a four year college. that is spectacular. >> that is a big deal. you have to be proud of this. >> i am. and i know oakland kids are the most talented, most amazing people in the world and they deserve that to help them get through college. let's talk about the raiders. we hear they are going to talk about one more season. >> yes. it is a long good-bye. i am thrilled. we're in great negotiations right now to see the raiders
play 2019 and possibly 2020. the negotiations are going well. it will not impact our lawsuit against the nfl and the raiders for what we believe was their absolute abandonment of oakland as their home base. but we're going to try keep them here as long as we can. the raider nation and the fans are the best in the world. they deserve do have the raiders close by and we want the workers to continue to get the jobs as long as we can. so expect next week that we may bring an actual agreement to the coliseum board to vote on. >> you have a lot to tell us. it is good to see you. thank you for bringing in the information. and we wish you continued good fortune. >> oakland mayor, libby shaft.
good to see you. let's check traffic. right now we're looking at the north bay commute and the golden gate bridge and traffic is moving along nicely. in is central san rafel. this is reopen all the away. the east shore freeway has been tough. more than an hour to driver between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze bridge. the traffic will be slow at the toll plaza as well. you can add a few extra minutes. sam te'o and dunbarton has been slow. we take a look at the south bay
commute. all of it is commute. things are starting to get better. 7:47. >> what time is it? >> 7:47. 13 minutes before the hour of 8. some sun and rain as well. some sun breaks. jim, good morning. for some of your naysayers, we have sun above the harbor. this is south san francisco. it doesn't last much further south than that. but there is light morning rain, clouds, sun and muggy and a lot of humidity in the air. upper 50s for a few and a couple 60s. most of us 62, 63. thankfully is looks like the atmospheric river is taking aim at the central and southern
california. some of is getting in this film is that will be here tomorrow, tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow night into wednesday. we'll get off and rain all the way into thursday as well. so the active pattern continues for us. and the system will not give us four to six inches rain. a half an inch to two, maybe a little heavier than that between now and wednesday night and thursday. but it looks like the deeper moisture will stay south. some light rain in the morning. not a lot left by the time moves south. but more sun breaks. but for us, after this gives way, 40s and 50s. and we'll get partly to mostly cloudy skies and the system will roll in tomorrow. and the deeper moist is going to stay south. if it did move north, it looks like down to santa barbara. that looks to be the focus. we'll still get rain this week. but some of the heavier totals
in santa barbara and bakersfield and fresno, a lot of rain for them. there is still rain in the forecast all the way to will upcoming weekend. 50s and 60s. partly to mostly cloudy and rain ending and then rain taking us into wednesday. and a colder pattern on thursday. fast food helped to save a life. we'll tell you the story of how taco bell food helped keep one man alive when he was stranded in a snowstorm. let's check in with frank mallicoat. >> reporter: high schools in southern california are under backlash for a swastika picture at a party. and the administrators try to figure out who is responsible for that. and getting ready for a major retail in the east bay. an update on a construction project separate from the macarthur maze bridge and it is
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the bankrupt children's clothing store jim bore rehas a buyer to its labels. gap will take on the janey and jack brand. the deals are worth $76 million and $35 million. ? $35 million. in january, they filed for their second bankruptcy in two years. starting late next year, volvo will limit the top possible speed on its cars that it can only go to 112 miles an hour. volvo said that will hope this achieve its 2020 goal, no one killed or seriously injured in a new volvo. speed, intoxicating driving and distracted driving are the top reasons that people have accidents. they will raise the awareness
of driving under the influence or not paying attention behind the wheel. a new report shows that the bay area is home of one of the three highest rental rates in the country. san francisco is the high, just under $3,700 a month. new york ranks 2. third, san jose. boston and also also round out the top five and oakland comes in at number 6 at $2,300 a month homosexual the national average is $1,200. officials in colorado closely watching snow covered hillsides after a big avalanche the avalanche roared through copper mountain. the driver report recorded the
video on his cell phone. he watched the snow as it covered his car, not enough to happen inside. a man said that taco bell hot sauce saved the live of him and his dog. jeremy taylor and his dog alley were driving in oregon last sunday and his car became stuck in the snow. taylor stayed warm by periodically starting the car and eating the hot sauce from a few taco bell pockets. a snowmobile found them five days later. he said taco bell fire sauce saves lives. oakland school teachers are back in the classrooms today. after a weeklong strike, the teachers have a raise. and now the school district has to come up with a way to pay for it. at shortened high speed
rail project could still have problems getting completed. good morning. still tough driving out there. i think the wet weather is not helping. it has not been heavy rain like last week. but we have some slowing. it is 237, where it doesn't appear to be raining now. but look at all of that heavy traffic heading to sunnyvale. >> tomorrow we'll focus on rain for everyone. it is muggy and humid out there. we'll take a look at the temperatures coming up. (music throughout)
welcome back into monday. mike enjoying a monday off. a little rain and a little sun. >> frank, good morning. we have had some rank. and san jose is saying what are you talking about? chris in morgan hill and we moved past the annual rainfall of 25.6 this rain year that starts july 1st. but 24.32 is my average and more on the way. and santa rosa should go past their annual year of rainfall. there is more rain this week and maybe on the week as well the light rain that is moving through, left about 15, 100th to two tenth in san francisco. you see some of that stretching to oakland and the sam te'o bridge. after that, it seems to run out
of energy. and then rain and then clouds and muggy. the atmosphere river will be here and tomorrow night into wednesday. this morning, i don't think there is much left in the system. 40s and 50s and we're starting off mild. and we'll end up with the temperatures near average. tomorrow we'll start to bring the system in for rain. hall has been busy. we've been busy and raining. right now on the southbound 101 is getting better. we have a lot of slow traffic in the rest of the area here. this is southbound 101 between neff nevado and 101.
if you're driving on the approach from the macarthur maze bridge, it has been very slow. there was an accident at velo, traffic is very slow. this is san francisco. so all of these commutes have been very slow, including the peninsula. when you get there, highway 101 is slow up to the game. and 280 is a mess. and 101 approaching san francisco sa slow. oakland teachers are back in the classroom this morning after voting to approve a new contract with the school district. 70% of the voters voted yesterday afternoon. it passed with a simple majority. >> reporter: we just watched a
group of teacher walk into the office and the building this morning. i had a chance to speak with a couple of them. they said they're happy to be back in the classroom and students. they're not overwhelmingly happy about the contract that was ratified. there are still some issues with it. but they're glad to be back. we reached out to the oakland school board members this morning. they're having a meeting here this morning. and we asked them how they're going to pay for this teachers' contract. and they're going to get back to us with some of the details. there will be a school board meeting that could get a little contentious. they voted to ratify the contract. 58%. teachers accord the contract. this is what the agreement includes. and 11 percent salary increase through 2021 and immediate 3% down news and reduction of
class ice ises and small case loads and higher salaries for school nurses. also included was a promise from school board president to introduce a resolution from the board to put a five month hold on school closures and a performance to put up a resolution to put a temporary hold on any new charter schools. those are the issues that promise a resolution, that the teachers were a little bit disappointed about. this is what the oakland education association president had to say about the new agreement. >> the fight does not end with this contract. it is only a beginning. we are committed as educators in oakland to ensure that our students get vital resources. >> reporter: the superintendent released this statement after the contract was ratified last night, words cannot express how deeply grateful i am that this strike has come to a close.
i understand the sense of urgency to fix our issues. but the reality is it will take a few years to stabilize the district what is going on this morning? 10:30 there will be a school board meeting. the last one had to be called off during protested last friday. so they rescheduled it today during school hours. and they are supposed to vote on $21 million in cuts to the district budget. and we reached out to the school board representatives and we're waiting to hear back from thome get the details where the cuts will be coming from and how it fits into the new teacher contract. after the two sides reached an agreement, we updated our oakland teacher strike hotline. as the story continues to develop, we'll update that for you as well. time is 8:05.
one school district will stay closed today as the cleanup continues after all the flooding. all three of the schools have cancelled the classes for today. the decision on when the schools will reopen depends on how quickly the repairs could be made. property owners and renters spent the day cleaning up after last week's flooding along the russian river. some people told us that the water level rose so quickly they did not have time to prepare. that means everything they owned was covered with mud and water. >> my garage was filled with water. everything was ruined. >> government agencies and construction crews hauling away debris and hazardous material. they can bring nontoxic debris to any of the free dropoff locations in the county. but people will have to prove they live in areas that were
flooded. we have a list of all the dropoff downs on ktvu.com are in the web links tab there. remember to download our newly update the weather app for your smart phone or tablet. it has interactive radar and hourly updates and the 7-day forecast. and it has an easy feature to upload your weather photos and video. it is free from the google pay or your apple store. all lanes of a street in fairfield are back open after a woman was hit by two separate cars. it happened on west texas street. the woman was a pedestrian and one of the drivers was arrested on felony dui. the woman was hospitalled in serious condition. but she is expected to recover. a wrong-way driver that slammed into at car in the san francisco boundary is in custody this morning.
the chp said that the mazda sideswiped a car and the driver of the car and his 7-year-old son suffered minor injuries. and the mazda driver kept going till it crashed into the center divide. he's being treated for serious cuts to his head and facing dui charges. sacramento family of stefphon clark said they are heartbroken now the district attorney said that no charges will be filed against the two officers that killed him. they went public with their feelings new conference. >> my stance is this is murder. the officers need to be charged and the da should be fired. >> officers chased clark one year ago for allegedly breaking windows of cars. the officers said they mistook clark's cell phone for a handgun and shot and killed him after he was advancing towards them. the da said that the had reasonable believe that their
lives were at risk. >> our hearts are shattered. our family is traumatized and we're in agony ever since the callous murder of my brother. >> the family is planning a gathering two weeks from now to honor the legacy of stefphon clark. it will allow the community to heal. many community members are upset by the da's decision staged demonstrations. a small group of college students staging a silent sit- in at the garden fair mall saturday night and that prompted them to close the mall for the day. and the some shoppers complained inconvenience some called is a worthy cause. a feel of candidates get a little more crowded. former governor from colorado announced that he will run for
the white house. a 7-year-old girl knew exactly what to do when her mom started having a seizure. how she was able to call 911 and stay calm during the emergency. we still have some slow on some of our commutes, like this one on i24. we'll have a bigger system moving in tomorrow. the heavier and deeper rain is staying south this time. everyone's got to listen to mom.
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. we introduce you to a remarkable girl. >> this girl should be and example to us all. >> reporter: the chief of the police was so i am presidented by this little girl and said you have to listen to this call. and and i did. her composure was in a scary situation. it doesn't take a lot to make 7- year-old laura to smile. she said both of her moms are vet techs and they have quite a few. but one night, a few weeks ago, laura had to step up to do
more. it was just her and her mom julie. >> i just got home from work. and we ordered food and we just finished eating. >> we were watching show on television and she just started to have a seizure. >> reporter: julie was not responding to laura. so laura did not hesitate. >> i thought to call 911. >> what is your emergency. >> my mom is having a seizure. what is your address? >> reporter: veteran dispatcher answered the call. >> it was early in my shift. i work night shift. could i tell was a little girl. >> reporter: she said this call like so many others in the last 21 years was different. she said laura was calmer than most results she knew exactly what do. >> mom, mom, are you okay. >> how old are you okay? i'm only 7. >> are you home alone, just you and your mom?
>> yes. >> has she had a seizure before? >> yeah. >> you stay on the phone with me till the fire department there. >> what is your name? >> laura. >> is she breathing? >> yes. >> she is shaking a lot and it is scary. >> i know. he knew her name and her mom's name. she knew to put her dog away. beans come. >> reporter: he is the family border collie. she knew to put her out that people were going to be coming in. >> and through the call, this scared little girl stayed call
and put her mom first. >> mom, you're okay. you know what i am? >> i'm your daughter. the cops are coming. okay? they're coming so you can go to the hospital, mama. >> listening her talk to her mom, it got to me and broke my heart. i was like, wow. you could hear in her voice, the love was there. >> reporter: the firefighters came and laura guided them in. and they got julie in the ambulance. when they called her wife heather to fill her in, everything was under control. >> normally i thought she would call me. had he handled it. i was like, you just handled that. >> reporter: julie is back home and laura has gotten some attention. thanks to the dispatcher. >> you have to hear this call. >> reporter: her partner
listened and the police chief and he decided to give her a little recognition as school. the message from everyone from the police to fire has been the same. >> good job. excellent job. we're proud of you. >> reporter: she said it is possible that her mom could have seizure. but she's not worried. >> they help local kids. this is a program that is called by the fire department. laura did not go through that program. everyone is like, maybe you should teach and she was so calm. >> to hear her reassuring her mother. you're at home. the help is camping. the dispatcher was also incredible. >> 20 plus years on the job and
she was so great with her as well. the minute when you hear children, you kind of respond in a different way. but she got off and she said, this little girl was amazing. and everyone who heard the call had the same reaction, including myself. >> once in a lifetime, incredible story. >> the mother is doing well? >> mother is great. they're trying to figure out what caused the seizures. and now we're not so worried if something happens, laura will be able to handle it. >> so great. you got it covered. u got it covered.
[ no audio ] if you're driving from san bruno know or to san bruno into san francisco, all of this is slow. and it is slow from sam te'o. one long line of traffic into san francisco. you sure you want to do this? you may want to think about transit? 280 is slow into daley city in san francisco. the bay bridge is backed all the way out to the maze. 8:19. let's bring steve in with today's weather. we had some rain and clouds k the rain is focused on the bay. but we'll head up to lake county, mid-40s. mostly cloudy skies. that is lovely lake county.
they are waiting on the next batch of rain that will be here tomorrow afternoon and evening. rain, steve. the usual 48.2 the low. george there, is more rain tomorrow and wednesday. and probably thursday. a little tanker is out there. don't you worry. things will change. but that is the light rain moving through. and that is south san francisco and the sam te'o coast. and a mix of light morning rain, clouds and sun and muggy and humid. and i think the rain will be a morning event and it favors areas around the bay. and tuesday is a different animal that is going to be a system coming in. it is tapping into the moisture. this is towards to santa barbara. and as far as the rain goes, santa rosa for the water that starts october 1st, is about to go over the annual average. they only need about a half inch. and they should get that by
tomorrow. they're at 35.7. nearly 17 inches of rain fell in february. san francisco is only two plus away from the annual average. everyone is getting close. after wednesday, we may see some that are over more. this is the system that we're dealing with tomorrow. that is southern california. that will give heavy totals. thankfully not here because we have had enough. some of the light rain moving through. there is an onshore push. you don't need much lift to get a little bit of light rain. that is south san francisco and parts of the peninsula. it really falls apart to the south. 40s and the 50s on the temperatures. and the system is tapping into a little bit of moisture. there will be two pieces to it and this will go tuesday night into wednesday morning. but that will give widespread rain to everybody. but it looks like the river, and the wet jet is favoring southern california, not us
this time on the tropical moisture. let's hope it stays down there. and there is rain in our forecast. don't be surprised if a half inch to maybe two falls between now and thursday. you see the line on the deeper rain. bakersfield and fresno and mount ray getting more rain than santa rosa. 60s on the temperatures here. this is about where we should be this time of year. so near average. rain off and on wednesday. and a break friday and saturday. rally and support of the homeless. san jose students are demanding thuniversity do more to help those in need. a story of survivor up in humble county. how they were able to find two young girl as live in the woods days after getting lost p
school are investigating kids where there is a swastika. the administrators believe it took place off campus and not affiliated with the school. and the unified school district said they are looking into it and cooperating with the police. a remarkable survival story out of humble county. two youngsters survived nearly two straight days in the wilderness. the five-year-old and the eight- year-old were rescued yesterday. they survived by drinking fresh water huckleberry leaves and ate snack bars. first responders called them and saw is a true miracle and it ended with tears of joy for families and researchers. >> i've been dealing with the mom for a couple days here and
i got the privilege of calling her to tell her they were located. it got both of us. a lot of stuff goes through your head. she was just -- she melted on the phone. we had to hang up because she could not talk. >> girls told the authorities that they were following a deer trail and got lost at 2:30. they were found about a mile and a half from the home. they were cold, hungry and dehydrated and good spirits. in addition to the first responders neighbors and local businesses joined in the search. tornadoes sweeping through the south, leaving devastation helped. rescue teams scourer scourerring through what
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. welcome to mornings on 2. >> mike is enjoy what looks luke a pretty rainy day out there. let's check in with steve paulson. there is not much left of this morning. there will be more tomorrow evening and wednesday. maybe some on thursday. but some of the light rain is mainly favored in the area. but this is oakland and berkley and san francisco, there is light rain outside. this is the mother ship as well. this is south san francisco and the sam te'o. a little system is moving
through. cloudy and muggy. we have another system coming in. and it does not look like the heavy rain will favor us. it looks like it will be in central and southern california. we may have isolated areas of two inches of rain in this system. some of this is beginning to work its way in. and there will be a couple parts of the system coming in tuesday into wednesday. from la to santa barbara, it looks like the focus. so light rain moving through and there is not a lot left here. but two tenthses in san francisco and the city 14, 100th. it doesn't matter once it gets down to the south. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. this will be the rain maker for tuesday into wednesday. but that deep moisture is staying south for now. so we'll hope it stays down to the south. that will be their problem. but there is still rain in the forecast going forward. you see the line of the heavier
rain that is where it looks like it will go. we'll still pick up over an inch of rain. 8:32. sal has a lot going on from 4:30 in the morning. is it busy. i will say this to you. there are rumors that andrew is returning to the warriors. >> i heard that too. this is completely approve the getting up highway 17. no major issues getting up to the 17 right now. but 101 is still very slow. 85, 101 and sunnyvale all been slow. 237 as well. so the commute has been slow and the weather has not been helping. the slowest traffic is on 880
northbound passing the oakland boundary up to the lakeshore. 24 is slow and a car fire under the freeway, making things worse. and the peninsula is super slow all the way up into san francisco. 8:33. let's go back to the desk. we continue to follow a developing story about a deadly swarm of tornadoes that hit the southeastern portion of the united states. search and rescue efforts underway. the tornadoes are already responsible for the deaths of at least 23 people. >> reporter: that's right. devastating. and the 23 victims range from 6 years old to adults. and they'll likely found more people today that did not survive. their sifting through the destruction today using k-9s and drones in hopes to find the
missing. they have heard from the white house about federal help. they believe more than one tornado may have touched down. but they're working to get that confirmed. one of the tornadoes hit a county road in vero guard. and the path of the instruction is at least a half mile wide. he said he dozens of homes were taken down. the small town was hit hard by the loss. >> it is extremely upset upsetting to me to see people hurting like this. this is a tight-knit community. and the people are tough. >> reporter: senator kamala harris tweeted her condolences. she said that the people in georgia and alabama are in my
prayers. the search will continue till the sun sets today and will pick up today. the first lady melania trump is starting a new prom and the dangers of opioids. she visited a elementary school in tulsa, oklahoma and then tuesday for a town hall and is expected to meet with a company in seattle. former colorado governor john hickenlooper put his name into the run for the democratic presidential nomination. he imposed limits on methane admissions and expanded medicaid and signed gun control
bills. in san francisco, a public memorial service for public defender jeff will be held at city hall. he worked hard for his community. and the service will begin at 11:00. the mayor is expected to speak at the service. and there have been candlelight vigils and a march in his honor since he died ten days ago. libby shaft joins us in the studios. she confirmed that the oakland raiders are in negotiations to play this year in the coliseum and maybe next year as well. >> it will not impact our lawsuit against the nfl and the raiders for what we believe was their absolute abandonment of oakland as their home base. but we are going try and keep them here as long as we can. >> the mayor said that they may be bringing an agreement to the
coliseum board to vote as early as next week. the giant's ceo is taking a time of ab absence. ceo larry baer said that he's committed to take steps to make sure that it never happened to again. the board is referring to this video showing ceo larry baer and his wife in an arguement that became physical when he tried to take back his cell phone from his wife. apologized for it and the giants' executive team will handle day to day operation of the club while ceo larry baer is away. the california high speed rail project may run out of money before finishing the shortened route. and it will connect bakersfield
and moreset. the reduced project could cost 16 to $18 billion. but the high speed rail authority only has $15.3 billion through 2023. president trump has already ordered the cancellation of a $929 million federal grant. car makers could soon be setting speed limit on board computer. how volvo is setting the goal to make sure that nobody gets hurt in a brand-new car. right now we see traffic that is improving after a tough morning commute. this is 237 heading out. you can see it is slow heading out to sunnyville. sun brakes and muggy out there. and a bigger system is on the way. san francisco picked up two tenth of an inch of rain this
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third is san jose. boston and los angeles round out the top five. oakland is number 6 at $2,300 a movement and the nationality average is $1,200. expensive to live here. san francisco leaders want to open up a new homeless navigation center. it is across from piers 30 and 32 south of the bay bridge. and it caused for a 200 bed facility for the homeless that will be open for four years. the mayor wants do open a thousand new shelter beds this year. the chronicle reports that the port commission currently owns the land and would need to have it approved first. a rally this afternoon at san jose to call for more for the homeless appliances. we are live in the sanity hoe campus to bring you more. >> reporter: good morning. the demonstration that you mentioned is planned for noon
today over by the smith carlos statue on the interior of the campus. and the issue of homelessness and how this affects students is something that we reported to you in december in last year. take a look at our video. this 19-year-old is one cannot afford rent. so they are living in a nearby church. they indicate that often 4300 students have experienced homeless in the in the past year. joining me live to talk about the list is myra. let me start with this. the president met one of your demands already. that one being putting more information on the school website and orientation for services that students that may be affected by homelessness. why the need to have the
demonstration today and the saying tomorrow after the president's offer? >> we have had one of our demands, the resources. but the other major demands have not. we have not heard what the commitment. it has been since december and even prior that we have been pushing this. so we got a meeting tomorrow at noon. >> the first one a minimum of ten state parking spaces on campus. >> yes. so we have heard through various students that are currently living in their cars that are unable to find adequate safe space around the area, having to wake up every soon minutes.
so we want a safe location where they can sleep overnight. >> reporter: ten beds. >> right now they are offering two beds but it is only two weeks. but with the population of 33,000 students that is clearlily not enough. and we're asking for an expansion of ones in place. >> reporter: 2500 emergency grants for rent for students that cannot afford their rent. >> we live in the silocon valley. the cost of living is expensive. they are helping them to keep them from being homeless. >> reporter: $2,500 is not a lot. it may help one student or maybe two. >> it will be a one time thing for each individual student.
and that is immediate money. but the attempt is to help them. >> reporter: the rally is today at noon over smith carlos statue. and the call-in tomorrow? >> yes. we're continuing on to till 2:00 p.m. tomorrow. >> reporter: that is the story live on the san jose campus this morning. back to you. let's check in with sal now to see how we're doing on this wet monday. return right now if you're driving in the silocon valley, some things have improved and the weather has been off and on. but it is dry in san jose. we were just talking about that. people heading downtown for that campus. this is a look at highway 101. that is still slowing down, especially as you drive up the freeway. it stays this way. look at 101. we can follow 101. most of it is slow.
this is across the bay and you can see traffic down to union city and free mount this say look at the bay bridge toll plaza. a 25 minute delay. is that official? >> not yet. >> a lot of credible source have been saying that. some rain has moved through, but not a lot. in san francisco they did. carlos said good morning. a lot of rain this season that is true. so far 20.85. you are about two inches off the seasonal averages. the most san francisco rain was 1861. 49 inches of rain fell. and 1997, 1998, 41.7-inches of
rain. so we're not close to anything like that but we have had a very wet january, february and march is starting off with rain as well. light rain this morning. there is not a lot to. light morning rain and it will not last too much longer. clouds, sun muggy and humid. a lot of low 60s here. two separate systems. one is taking aim at central and southern california. it will come in tuesday afternoon and evening. there will be some clouds roaring in already. a heavier deep moisture will stay south. we'll get light rain this morning. but that is for selective areas. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. it may be a little more iffy. the heavier totals for the week are favoring areas in
sacramento and the san aqueen valley. we're not looking for the three to six like we had last week. 50s on a few. 60s for m so cloudy and mostly cloudy and we'll bring the clouds and rain in tuesday and wednesday and much cooler on thursday. 8:49. getting ready for a major rebuild on the east bay. we'll update the construction project that is set for the macarthur maze bridge that is expected to cause serious issues for some commuters. filmmaker own streaming services should not be eligible to win an oscar. what he and others are planning to do to make the change coming up.
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the san francisco bay ferry pyxis is better than those that have come before. the new ferry can hold 445 passengers, meets the toughest emissions standards and travels at the same speed as the traditional smaller vallejo ferries. pyxis is latin for "mariner's compass." two other similar boats are expected to join the fleet in the next year. the first baby has been born at the california pacific medical center campus. the baby boy arrived at 11:45 yesterday morning. the new facility opened its doors to patients on saturday. here's the happy family. the hospital's first nicu patient also arrived yesterday. 12-day old mayari was transferred to the new van nes campus. she and 29 other babies made the short journey to the new multi-billion-dollar hospital. wendy williams is coming back to tv. the show confirms williams will be back on the air today. williams took a hiatus from
her show to treat grave's disease. you can watch it weekdays on ktvu at 10:00 every morning. oakland students finally have their teachers back. the union and school district have come to an agreement, putting an end to the teacher strike. the details on the final deal. getting ready for chaos in the mcarthur maze. the new backups the construction project could cause and how much time you have to prepare. a proposal to bring a historic theater in oakland back to life. what one group has planned for today as they take steps to turn the original parkway back into a theater and cannabis lounge. good morning. it's march 4th, 2019. we look at a cloudy bay area here. looks like some of the rain is moving out. i want to start