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good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it is 7 am. if you are confused. you have to turn the clocks forward. good morning everyone. happy sunday. more on your weather. more rain if you have not gotten outside it. more on that with rosemary that we are following breaking news out of ethiopia. a plane crashes killed 157
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people on board. >> information is still coming in but we are learning more about the people on board. authorities say there were more than 30 nationalities among the dead. we will have the latest coming up. more than two dozen people arrested in the bay area after a shoulder tap. >> more than 70 agencies taking part and we will tell you what they are looking for. a seven-year-old girl remaining calm and cool and a very scary situation. let's talk about the 911 call. all of that and more coming up but first let's talk about the weather. rosemary is back with us and i will say, i am a little tired of the rain. >> yes. i was in vegas recently. it was cool but it was dry. it was kind of nice. a lot of sunshine but for us here at home, the rain just keeps coming. outside of the doors, it is a cool soggy one. scattered showers will continue for one more day. giving you a view into the bay
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bridge where it is a pretty start to the day. the sun hard to see and that is going to be the case through most of the afternoon. looking at partly sunny and son will set at about 7:10 pm this evening. and we are looking at a great day. here is a view of the golden gate bridge. for most mid to upper 40s. 45 in santa rosa. napa at 46 in oakland of 48. livermore 45 and san jose at 46. here is where some of the rain is falling. the north bay getting closer towards the golden gate bridge. the santa cruz mountain could see scattered showers over the
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east bay and as we get through the day today we will continue with this. there is the center of the storm. you will see it move through and it will continue a southerly path. we will continue to get that wraparound moisture. here is a look at your lunch hour and in the afternoon, it just keeps coming. not a steady rain but on an offer most of the day. we finally begin to dry out tonight and you are back to work monday. for the afternoon highs, 55 degrees in san francisco and upper 50s in hayward. 58 in livermore. more scattered showers for tuesday but the extended forecast looks mainly drive. details coming up. we are starting with breaking news this morning. an ethiopian airlines flight has crashed killing all 156 seven people on board. we are live in the newsroom with the latest developments. sarah. >> reporter: of the 157 people who died eight were americans. there were 149 passengers on board and a crew members. the plane took off from the ethiopian capital of addis ababa heading to nairobi and within six minutes it crashed. the ceo of ethiopian airlines was seen in a photo tweeted
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out by the airline standing in the wreckage. he says the pilot sent out a distress call and got clearance to return to the airport. an air traffic monitor says the plane showed unstable particle speed after takeoff. but what exactly led to the crash is still under investigation. the airplane, a boeing 737 8's was one of 30 recently purchased. family and friends of the victim gathered of both airports in nairobi and addis ababa waiting for information. >> to hear from the airline and the airports. -- we don't know what to do. we don't know who to help. >> reporter: the last deadly crash of an ethiopian airlines passenger plane was in 2010. the plane crashed minutes after takeoff from beirut killing 90 people on board. in the newsroom. 30 people were hurt on a turkish airlines flight that hit severe turbulence before landing in new york. as the flight from istanbul was approaching last night it started to shake violently. the pilot cleared an emergency
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and then they were able to land the plane safely. aimee lewis is lined up in front of a terminal to treat the injured passengers. the flight had 326 passengers and 21 crew members on board. some of them were treated inside the airport terminal for minor cuts and bruises and others were taken to the hospital including one flight attendant who suffered a broken leg. police are investigating a shooting that injured a security guard. it happened about 9:00 last night at a marijuana grow near east 12th street and 23rd avenue. police say the guard shot multiple times and did suffered life-threatening injuries. police do not have any suspects and no arrests have been made. learning more about the san jose woman who police say killed her two sons before taking her own life. the medical examiner's office identified the woman as 43-year- old tran. the children's father from his wife and two kids dead wednesday morning in their apartment on dent avenue.
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detective say the mother killed for 4 and seven-year-old boys and took her own life. police have not identified a motive. neighbors said they mother suffer from depression and had recently lost her job. there is no word about a missing man who has not been seen for three days. 63-year-old mark herbert thornton left his home at 1130 thursday morning. police consider him at risk because he suffers from severe medical conditions and needs medication. this is a picture of him on the screen. he is white and 5'9", 154 pounds and was last seen wearing a red vest and black jeans. you're being asked to call 911. if you have any information about his whereabouts. march is women's history month and protesters are raising awareness of women's rights at the state capital. ♪
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the women's march held the rally in sacramento yesterday. the 3rd annual international women's day march and rally connell governments to take immediate action on missing and murdered indigenous women and people. organizers say cases of missing and murdered women often go unsolved. and right now we are asking for help. this is detrimental to our race. >> the national crime information center says more than 5000 indigenous women nationwide have gone missing or murdered since 2016. it could take some time to know what caused the systemwide shutdown. they stopped all of trains for hours yesterday morning. the problem started around 2:45 am with crews working on bart's power supply . bart says they lost traction power in train routing. the systems power the trains and tell them where to go and without them the trains just cannot operate safely. first bart thought the problem was due to planned maintenance work but it turns out it wasn't. >> without they work related. we just made an assumption but we were wrong. it turns out after some initial work that the planned
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maintenance had nothing to do with the computer systems failing. the larger question is why did they felt? we don't know. >> reporter: bart says nothing has been ruled out. back in 2011 the group hacked into a website and threatened to reveal the personal information of its riders. cybersecurity experts say you should review it systems to figure out what happened. they can go back and check all the systems. mechanical, software, hardware and the reason for that and try to fix it. >> if you can have a component failure you could have a network failure. it could be anything. it could be absolutely anything. bart trains her back up and running. limited service was restored yesterday morning at full service restored by noon time. a statewide sting to crack down on underage drinking has led to 27 people being arrested or cited. the department of alcoholic average controls is more than 300 people were cited
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nationwide. statewide. the shoulder tap sting is called that because a minor tickle will approach an adult outside store and tapped him on the shoulder and asked them to buy alcohol. several people were also arrested and cited for other crimes like having outstanding warrants or open containers of alcohol or drugs. tomorrow the city council will consider a ban on flavored tobacco products. if approved the city would implement a tobacco retailers license program to help enforce the ban. many cities and counties have already banned or are considering a ban on flavored tobacco because they say it targets young people. the city council meeting starts at 6:15 pm tomorrow. some big do is for the oakland raiders. multiple reports indicate silverlight will acquire one of the nfl's top wide receivers. number 84 antonio brown is the
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seven-time pro bowler with the steelers. he got 104 passes in 1300 yards in 15 touchdowns and did not play the entire year but brown had a very public falling out with the steelers demanding to trade. the raiders were reportedly will give him a 3rd and 5th round draft pick and will sign the all-pro to a three-year 50+ million dollar deal. the trade not official until wednesday the beginning of the new league year. brown already considering himself a writer. take a look. he posted a photoshop image of him in a rater uniform. he also posted a video of him in the radar rater quarterback several years ago. he later retweeted a post another football player ask how is business and he required he replied booming. by the way caesars in vegas posted the raiders all the winning the super bowl from 75 to one to 50 to one on the single trade. yes. it is 7:11 am. a very scary situation for a little girl after her mom had a
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medical emergency. number one, what is your emergency? >> my mom is having a seizure. >> what is your address? >> that call had a veteran dispatcher tearing up and had a lot of people taking notice. we will introduce you to the girl who made the call when we come back. mother nature pounding much of the country and look at the damage from some tornadoes that touched down in central arkansas and much more as mornings on 2 continues. ♪ i found a birth control ♪ with no hormones! ♪ no hormones? ♪ no hormones, not an ounce! ♪ with an ingredient
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[ waves crashing ] probably the most important shot dustin johnson has ever hit right here. [ crowd cheering ] what a gem! now keopka, down there into the wind. [ club thwacking ] how about that? back to back united states opens. [ tense elegant music ] just awesome. i think we are all in the same boat. >> perfect song. perfect view. isn't that a gorgeous shot from san francisco across the bay where we have just a little bit
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of it looks like on our lands and clouds in the sky. partly sunny in mostly cloudy. scattered showers and a chance of thunderstorms. i will detail what you can expect coming up and by the way thank you for this request. i think it was bordeaux. well done. thank you. we will introduce you to a remarkable young girl in solano county. >> she is calm and cool under pressure and a 91 called 911 call she had will make people get notice. >> it doesn't take a lot to make laura smile. >> since both of her mom's our vet techs.
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but one night, a few weeks ago laura had to step up to do more. that night it was just her and her mom julie. >> i had just gotten home from work and we ordered food and we had just finished eating. >> we were watching the show on the television and then we just started. julie wasn't responding to laura and so laura didn't hesitate. >> my mom is having a seizure. >> what is your address. >> michelle foley answered the call. it was early in my shift. alcatel wide-awake i was a little girl. >> she said this call over the last 21 years was difference. she says laura was calmer than most adults and somehow knew exactly what to do. >> it was as if somebody had already told her this is what to do. >> mom you are okay. >> how old are you honey with the >> i am only seven. >> are you home alone? >> has she ever had a seizure before? >> yes. yes. two or three times. >> you are going to stay on the
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phone with me until i get the fire department over there. what is your name? >> my name is laura. >> is she breathing? >> yes. >> she is. she is just shaking a lot. >> she knew what she was doing. she knew everything. she knew her name, her mom's name. she knew to put her dog away. >> come on beings. >> stay on the phone with me. >> being is the family border collie does not take well to visitors. >> she is very protective of us and she knew to put her out because she knew people would be coming in. >> through the call, the scared little girl stay calm and put her mom first. >> mama you are okay. mama. i am laura. i'm your daughter mama. mama you are okay.
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i'm your daughter. the cops are coming. they are coming. so you can go to the hospital mama. you just had a seizure. >> listening to her talk to her mom, it just got to me. it just broke my heart. i was like wow. you could hear in her voice. the love was there. it was amazing. >> firefighters came and laura guided them in. they got julie in the ambulance and when they called julie's wife heather to fill her in, everything was under control. >> normally i would have thought she would've called me and said you know this happened, what do i do? but she handled it.
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i was like man you just handle that. >> reporter: julie is home and since that day the lord has gotten some attention thanks in part to the dispatcher who heard it all. >> when i hung up when i looked at my partner and said you have to hear this call. >> her partner listened and so did the police chief and he decided to give her a little recognition at school. and they message from everyone from police to fire has been the same. >> good job. excellent job. we are proud of you. permit laura says she knows it is possible her mom could have another seizure but she told me she is not worried. >> pretty sure she has a covered. the police department dispatchers to a program called 911 for kids and they teach young children at the elementary schools about what to do if they have to call 91 for help and what kind of information they want to pass on. it was started by a firefighter and it came back last year. the college a great success. we really appreciate them sharing the story. it was the chief who really took notice of this call when he heard it and really, all of these veterans veteran first responders were so impressed by laura. >> we have talked about this.
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she could teach the class. >> she is like in many adult. she is so nurturing. >> she will be a great teacher and great mom someday. >> she was amazing. if you have stories or ideas for a positive interesting inspiring stories about bay area people, send it to our website ktvu.com. we would certainly love to hear them. how about our weather maybe not such a great start. we are waving the white flag over here. >> you are not alone. i think a lot of folks are looking for maybe a break in the rain. we are going to get that. we have scattered showers in the forecast for today. back to work monday will be a dry one. as we take a look at the approach of the bay bridge, the roadways are slit. it is a cool one out there. mostly cloudy and a little bit of sunshine. by the way, if you are just joining us and forgot to change your clocks go ahead and do that. that means son was set just after 7 pm today. the showers continue to push
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through the bay area even picking up on snow over areas like mount hamilton. snow levels could be down to 2500 feet before the claim back to 3500 feet. getting in a little closer. we will start in santa cruz were is fairly widespread picking up on a little bit of pink indicating a rain and snow mix. into the south bay scattered showers falling from campbell toward san jose and into the foothills there. taking a shift to the east where we have scattered showers over the east bay. very hit or miss from areas near the east bay shore to the 680. further inland areas like antioch and brentwood down through discovery bay and on the east edge of the livermore torch traced you will find it there and one more stretch over towards the peninsula, san francisco and the north paper we have scattered showers. it looks like the west edge of san francisco, maybe ocean beach or the sunset district and as we stretch along highway 101, send rochelle and we have scattered showers there.
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we are dry at the moment although we continue with scattered showers here as well and no advisory for winter travel but you definitely will want to take your chains or have the snow's tap tires if you're traveling up. expect 1-3 inches of snow over the next 24 hours for the sierra. for us up 2.25 inch. scattered showers continuing and the possibility of thunderstorms. as we roll through the afternoon, there is your lunch hour. we have mostly cloudy skies, a few scattered showers, the center of circulation right off the coastline and that will increase the instability for the afternoon and we are likely to see a thunderstorm or two and as we get into tomorrow morning we dry out dry on monday and another chance at a few scattered showers on tuesday. as far as the temperatures, it is a chilly start. 47 for downtown san francisco. scattered showers in the afternoon and mid to upper 50s and if we get into your extended forecast, showing you the scattered showers for
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today. dry tomorrow into tuesday as slight chance. wednesday, thursday looks dry and a little warmer. >> i'm holding out for wednesday. >> i will take a little warmer. let's just hibernate between now and then. >> okay done. the time is 7:22. complaints of people living across interstate 80. the problems they are facing this winter. jennifer lopez and alex rodriguez are now engaged. how they announced the good news to millions of social media followers.
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we are back. jenny from the lock is engaged. jennifer lopez and retired baseball star alex rodriguez have been hounded by the paparazzi asking them when are you guys going to tie the knot. well, the power couple went on instagram. look at that ring. there is a diamond ring on her left ring finger. rodriguez wrote she said yes. insiders say he popped the question while the couple was on vacation of the weekend in the bahamas. they have been together for about two years. good for them. >> congratulations to them. a popular event in a san francisco neighborhoods takes place today. sunday street is a family- friendly event including street vendors, children's games, climbing walls, dance lessons and pet adoptions. let's hope they get some breaks
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from the rain. it will be on valencia street and the road will be closed the cars from 11 this morning until 4 pm. the former san francisco mayor helped get the program started back in 2008. city neighborhoods host their own block parties of sorts annexes the excelsior neighborhood on the 31st. today is the last day of the silicon valley auto show. it is really fun to walk through there. it features hundreds of new models including new electric and hybrid vehicles that will be on sale this year. the show has a large collection of custom cars and attendees and they are able to test drive some of them. the auto show runs from 10-6 at the convention center. we will be down there a little later this morning on mornings on 2 to check it out. if you like that new car smell you will get a lot of it down there. captain marvel powering her way to the top of the box office. so you are not from around
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here? >> it is or to explain. >> the newest movie from the disney marvel comics collaboration is on track to earn close to $160 million in the delta01 over the weekend. today it is by far the most successful premier this year. should estimates hold up captain marvel will rate is one of the best marvel universe openings ever. right there with the avengers movies and of course black panther for meister. it stars oscar award winner bree larson and samuel l jackson. she is obviously incredibly strong. it feels like this part of this new class. >> the marvel universe for me is that special playground that i used to have in my head when i was a kid. >> captain marvel is the first marvel comics field with a female superhero. as the lead. the time is 7:28.
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bart is investigating what caused their system to shut down yesterday. >> the computer glitch that vowed up service for hours. 157 people killed in a plane crash in ethiopia. the many different countries of passengers on board.
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i had to let that. a little
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annie lennox from the eurythmics. here comes the rain again. we want to think coach myers. jeff for sending in that request. and as you can see the rain is here. it certainly was on my commute. it looked like a pretty wet golden gate bridge. we sang the song a lot this year. >> and i think we are all tired of it. and hopefully we can get a little sunshine later in the week. good to have you on a sunday morning. a wet one at that. let's talk about that weather. it was a little earlier today. as we ventured out into the dark and i did see plenty of accidents on my way again. >> it is cool out there in the scattered showers will continue. even a chance of thunderstorms. >> and as we get into the afternoon, perhaps a depicts of sunshine that will add to the instability.
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let's take a look outside where there it is. another great start. it's not a pretty start. i like that look. temperatures in the 40s this morning to a bit of a chill in the air. we have 45 degrees in santa rosa. upper 40s in oakland. livermore and san jose in the upper 40s as well. winds generally light. snow levels are low down to about 2500 feet picking up on some of the overnight hours near mount hamilton. snow levels coming up as we move into the second part of the morning and early afternoon. but again, it is:. the santa cruz mountains covered in green. even a little bit of pink and i could see just a shade of white. the pink as you know, a mix of rain and snow. here is a view of the south and east where we have san jose covered into the foothills and
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as we stretch over to the east bay i can see mount diablo with that little bit of pink and off towards antioch and brentwood scattered showers. here are ms. pretty much everywhere. maybe a little bit of drizzle. visibility looks okay when it comes to the fog. here is a look at highway 101. stretching toward sausalito, we have some rain and it looks like the richland san rafael bridge. in the sierras is dry but the snow showers will continue for today. scattered showers and as the system skirts the coastline and continue south the instability will increase for the afternoon and that is what will trigger the possibility of a few isolated thunderstorms. temperatures in the 50s for today. upper 50s in concord. we are drive for tomorrow but for how long. look at the extended forecast coming up. we are following breaking news this morning. an ethiopian airlines flight has crashed and all 157 people on board were killed. we are live in the newsroom with the latest developments. morning.
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of the 157 on board, 149 were passengers and eight were crewmembers. we knew a people on the plane were americans. the plane took off from the ethiopian capital of addis ababa hiding to nairobi. crashed within six minutes. the ceo of ethiopian airlines was seen in a photo tweeted out by the airline standing in the wreckage. he expressed his condolences to those who lost a loved one. we don't know what led to the crash but we do know the pilots in out a distress call and got clearance to return to the airport. a monitor says the plane showed unstable vertical speed. family and friends of the victims gathered at the airport and nairobi hoping for more information. we have -- emergency responses. the basically take care of all who may be affected. >> king's president said my
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prayers go to all the families and associates of those on board. more information is coming out about a plane crash that killed five people in florida. four of the victims were attorneys at a south florida law firm. the six-figure was the pilot. the plane went down friday afternoon in late okeechobee. >> it took divers a couple of hours to recover the bodies in the fa in the nt is be are trying to find out what caused the crash. a 20-year-old man is dead following a possible shooting in antioch. officers say they responded to reports of gunshots on? 10th street just after 9 pm last night. they found two men all in their 20s in front of a home with gunshot wounds. both were taken to the hospital and what is expected to recover. the other later passed away. officers are collecting evidence and searching for a suspect. bart says it could take some
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time to know what caused the systemwide shutdown to stop all of this trained for hours yesterday morning. the problem started around 245. crews working on parts power supply lost two critical computer system. bart says it lost traction power in the systems power the trains and tell them where to go in without them the trains cannot operate safely. at first bart thought the problem was due to planned maintenance work but it turns out it wasn't. bart says nothing is being ruled out right now. limited service was restored at about 9 am yesterday and full service restored before noon time. a woman is recovering after she drove the wrong way on the westbound lanes of the bay bridge. authorities say from the harrison street offramp she drove her suv about one half mile onto the upper deck of the span and she pulled over to the shoulder. she did not any cars. chp officer said the woman who is in her 60s may have suffered
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some sort of medical emergency. she was taken to its ff general. three women killed in last year's veteran treatment facility attack. friends and colleagues attended the event at the yountville city hall to pay tribute to the free three victims. jennifer golick, jennifer gonzales shushereba and christine loeber. jennifer gonzales shushereba was seven months pregnant. authorities say albert won't to the the women hostage at gunpoint at the veterans assistance center and killed them and took his own life. out of this we will be stronger. but, it is up to each of us to do a little something in our part to make sure that we can contribute to the better good. >> the facility where the shooting occurred was shut down. but the pathway home organization is working with other groups to serve veterans suffering from ptsd. the search continues for a
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marine who went missing during a ski trip in the sierra nevada. matthew craft set off on his trip february 23. he was supposed to return to the town of bridgeport near yosemite on monday or tuesday. sheriff deputies i his car was found last night during the lower grades meadow campground. authorities are worried about the winter storms that has don't record amounts of snowfall. they say the weather has hindered the search for craft. people are rebuilding after small tornadoes touched down in central arkansas. they swept across yesterday afternoon southeast of little rock. several buildings and homes were destroyed. several people returned to find their home gone. heavy thunderstorms also knocked over trees and power lines leaving thousands without power. >> we keep our place nice and clean and i just feel like there was no warning. it could be taken away from you. >> the storm comes a week after a powerful twister swept through alabama killing 23
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people the power is back on this morning for 6000 people in san mateo county after a large tree fell on a power line and caused an outage. it happened yesterday morning and some of the branches from the tree fell onto a home. the outage affected people in redwood city, woodside for several hours. and it is also cold. this is the view last night from the observatory at the summit of mount hamilton in south bay. yes you can barely see that there is a thick blanket of snow on the roof. >> that could be norstar. >> rosemary said they warm-up will begin after today's we are looking forward to that. >> someday let's hope. investigators are trying to figure out what sparked the fire and an under construction home. the fire was called before 4:00 yesterday morning in the portola neighborhood. the family living next door. nobody was hurt and nearby homes did suffer some minimal damage. r. kelly is out of jail after child support was bad on
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his behalf. he was released after the child support was paid and r. kelly is now out in his court battles we should say will continue. the chef sheriff's department is someone who posted the money wanted to remain anonymous. he was arrested on wednesday after his ex-wife was missing more than eight months of payments for their three children. >> the man was paying $20,000 per month in child support. he paid it religiously until he cannot make any more money because of all of these things that are being made. and all the rumors in the innuendo. and frankly because of the charges. >> last month r. kelly was arrested on charges of sexually abusing their women and to under aged girls. kelly has denied all allegations. the famed santa anita racetrack will reopen to training tomorrow. it was closed for about a week after 21 horses died in the last
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two and half months. officials say training will be restricted to drivers and calipers. officials have been able to make changes to the soil so it is safer for the horses. investigators believe the winter rain has factored into the deaths. reports say the oakland raiders are about to pick up one of the best players in the nfl. coming up, more on the blockbuster trade with the pittsburgh steelers. a documentary about climate change. delving into the mysteries of the indian ocean. stay right there. the past mac
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i got sunshine on a cloudy day. ♪ ♪ happy sunday. this request from edward vasquez senior. my girls by the temptations. that is a glorious view. scattered showers remaining in the forecast for the bay area sunday. i have detailed coming up. an unprecedented deep-sea mission is hoping to unlock the secrets of the indian ocean. a british led group of scientists is planning to document climate change on the ocean in a live broadcast early next week. the team will record changes happening from 1000 feet below the ocean service and relatively unexplored waters near the -- the goal is to discover what impact rising water temperatures are having on marine life. >> we need to understand what
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is happening to the ocean. we need a baseline and we need to understand the impact of climate change and other effects on the ocean at the moment. >> the public will be able to watch the footage live over the coming days. the expedition is expected to end next month. herbicide flood debris pickups starts tomorrow in sonoma county. people are being asked to place the priest the debris into separate piles. appliances the metals and other recyclables should go into one pile and household hazardous waste should be placed in another pile. pick up will take place every day all week long. people living along interstate 80 say all of the recent snow fall has caused a lot of problems. >> the crowd into small towns on the way to the sierra and some say it is causing a big mess. jessica has more on the meeting to address the issue. >> neighbors here are fed up.
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every time the interstate closes down they have to deal with traffic in trash and they are hoping this meeting will lead to some solutions. >> the call it a blanket of white. a neighbor's along interstate 80 are not feeling any warmth. >> we are not set up to handle the flow of people that want to come out and see the snow. >> record-setting snowfall close to the freeway several times over the last few months. tourists heading to ski resorts forest that waited out heading to small towns like alto. >> they use the local facilities as dumps. permits neighbors have to deal with snarling traffic and trash. >> someone has gone to the bathroom on our front porch and leaving their trash. i live right in here we have dealt with that. you can go to the post office you can go grocery shopping.
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>> reporter: there are also safety issues due to jammed the streets. >> we had a child been in a vehicle in a rollover accident and the first responders could not get out. >> reporter: that is why they held a meeting to talk about solutions with law enforcement and caltrans. one of the biggest issues is from gps services that tell drivers they can skip the interstate closure by going through the small towns. >> people need to understand the gps is wrong. there are notes sidestreets or shortcuts. >> people using front porches and private property as bathrooms. >> we are trying to work on possibly getting port of potty somehow and stage them when the road does close we can get some port of parties staged. >> shifting their focus on roadsigns and social media to warn drivers to turn around. neighbors just hope they will be left out in the cold and that all this talk can lead to real action. >> they are listing to us. this is a first step. organizers don't want them to stop here so they plan to keep meeting to talk about the solutions moving forward. maybe some good manners will go
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a long way to solve that problem. >> and i think we just had so many road closures this season and so many towns have been shut down. >> how many times have we said that. highway 50 not very much. it has been almost a weekly deal. >> it has been pretty tough and to be honest i want to enjoy the snow but i haven't wanted to brave the roads. on a number of occasions i've heard people say i just didn't go. i was planning on going but didn't make it. that will be the case as we move through today. there is no winter travel advisories for the sierra but you will deftly want to have the change of the snow tires. there is a look at the approach to the a bridge where the sprinkles continue to fall. scattered showers remaining in the forecast for today and even the possibility of a thunderstorm. here is a view of some of our rainfall amounts since it all began on october 1. we have 13 inches in san jose. 13.3 in oakland and 16.5.
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san francisco more than 21 inches. santa rosa more than 37 inches and everybody at least 100% of average or above. 100 and 29% over areas of santa rosa. the scattered showers just continued to sweep across the bay. talking about snow and low snow in over mount hamilton we had a view of some of that video earlier. here is a view of the scattered shower activity over the mountains and continues that way from the coastline all the way across the hills and there is a little bit of that pink and white there showing you that we still continue with the possibility of a little rain and rain snow mix before snow levels, to about 3500 feet. a little bit of rain over san jose and it looks like it is shifting east. as we back up and took a look at the east bay just a few sprinkles here and there and towards antioch highway 4, we have some scattered showers going on. over the north bay, a little bit of rain along highway 101. stretches all the way into
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sausalito. and what one at this point. for today scattered showers in the forecast. it will increase the instability a little bit and that will bring the risk of thunderstorms not widespread but maybe an isolated downpour of hail, thunder and lightning for the afternoon. rainfall amounts if you 170 expected for many areas. could see .25 inch if you get one of those downpours and for the sierra. 2500 feet this morning and rising to about 3500 feet and a few inches of fuse no new snow. a chilly start. mid-40s for the inner east bay. for livermore. 45 in santa rosa and for downtown san francisco 47, 48 in oakland. temperatures a little warmer today. mid-to upper 50s in the forecast with 57 in oakland. the north bay 54 in san jose. there is a look at the extended forecast.
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dry tomorrow and a slight chance that a few scattered showers on tuesday getting is due wednesday, thursday dry conditions and temperatures finally warming in the low to mid 60s. >> dc is 70 out there somewhere webbie >> perhaps april or may. >> that is too far. which is put in our orders with her and then sunny and 70. and she delivers. >> in april. >> i am writing it down right now. she is 116 and counting. coming up we will introduce you to the world's oldest living person.
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track a japanese woman has been named the world oldest person. gwen is the world record honored her with the title. she was born in 1903. that same year the first power light was launched. she enjoys studying math and playing board games. she became a little emotional at the ceremony over the weekend when she was asked what moment she was the happiest in life she replied now. great answer. >> living the moment i guess. good for her. longtime advocates for the lgbtq are being recognized for their efforts. the mayor was around. about 100 people came to the several ceremony and city leaders received commendations from the city. former san francisco supervisor david campos and christina a
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lockey. lgbtq aging policy task force chairman bill and from was also a recipient. deck they helped create programs to help clients access social services. we have a growing population and it is great that it is growing. because it wasn't that long ago when it wasn't necessarily growing because so many people were dying. because of the early hiv and aids epidemic. a member of the san francisco residents served by the lgbtq senior program have scored more than 70% over the last four years. sad news in the local sports community. the san francisco 49ers and oakland raiders are mourning the passing of former defensive end cedric hartman. this video was posted on its twitter page. he played for 10 seasons.
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he was selected in the 1970 draft and appeared in 139 games with the team. after his time in san francisco he signed with the raiders and won a super bowl ring for the 1980 season. also tweeted a message honoring hartman who died friday night. he was 70 years old. sharks have been creeping up in the standings. they are now on top. in the west winning 3-2. this time a matinee. thornton assisting on the sharks first go. meyer will find the net and thornton is now 14 several scoring in the nhl. we watch kevin leblanc who will finish this on a bit of a break away and there she goes. charts take a 3-2. they now have 90 points. one better than the flames for the top spot in the pacific division. next up. minnesota on the road tomorrow night. some bay area high school celebrating championships. for local schools where for title saturday in the old one center. maracas, gambling or high took
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on colony of ontario for the boys division title and campa lindo's cougars control the game the route winning 55-40. congrats to campo and on the girls side pinewood trying to capture his seventh state title. they face sierra canyon of chatsworth in the open division. pinewood try to battle back in the 4th quarter but could not make the comeback. they ended up falling 69-51. here the other finals. 70-63 and when the girls division ii championship. oakland tech beat north of ontario 55-27 to win the girls division for title. congratulations to all the teams. more information is coming about out about the air disaster in africa. >> 157 people killed including americans. we come back, the countries that some of the passengers came from. operation shoulder tap, a
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the rain comes down. ♪ . i don't think the rain is asking for our permission. >> let the rain come down. >> rob gaines requesting this on. it seems perfect for the day. let the rain come down to let the sunshine at some point. that will be great. it looks like it is peeking out. a beautiful shot of san francisco on the sunday morning. welcome to mornings on two. it is a and if you are doing this. i don't think they will do as much anymore because your phone does it for you. >> i woke up at 159 and looked at my phone and i said i'm going to watch this. and 3:00. >> i missed of that. >> i need to get a life. >>, only my car clock needs to be fixed. good morning. i am claudine wong. >> and we will have more coming up in a moment. we will talk more about daylight savings as well. some of the headlines in a
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serious story. an ethiopian airliner caring 149 passengers and crew members have crashed in africa. >> the plane lost contact with the control tower just minutes after takeoff. on board were passengers from 35 different countries and all died in the crash. the latest for you on this sad story. we are also talking about bart. it is up and running again. as we remember yesterday that was not the case. the entire system was shut down for hours. >> crews working on the power supply lost two critical computer systems. bart is trying to figure out what went wrong. attention raider nation. the raiders just got a whole lot better. all it took was one blockbuster trade for that guy right there. >> pittsburgh says the world wide receiver antonio brown is on the way to the bay area in exchange for two draft picks.
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>> details on the deal and help the raiders super bowl odds just one up. let's talk about the forecast. i am a little obsessed with the rain exhaustion. that is what i will call it. >> good time. >> it is trending right now. >> i have a feeling a lot of folks are ready for the break. we will get one but it is not coming today. outside mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers in the forecast. a mix of partly sunny conditions at times and that is what we have there as we take a look at over the east bay. we also have very chilly temperatures and low snow this morning. all the way down to about 2500 feet. we have seen a little bit of a rain snow mix over mount diablo in the santa cruz mountains. here's a look at the temperatures. in the 40s. santa rosa 45 anambra 47. owed upper 40s to start your day in oakland and hello san jose at 46. here's a view of storm tracker two. we will continue to move through.
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we have the center of the storm, the circulation that will skip the coast and as it drops out they will increase our instability which means in addition to the possibility of scattered showers, we will introduce the risk of a thunderstorm or two for the afternoon as well. here is the three-hour time lapse. you can see over some of the higher elevations the white and pink white especially over mount hamilton at about 4000 feet. this is what is happening over the north bay. scattered showers through san rafael and stretching toward sausalito and off towards the west. here is a view of the peninsula. some scattered shower activity from mountain view down into areas and san jose dry at that moment but the santa cruz mountains covered in some pink indicating a rain snow mix along highway format, and it brentwood stretching towards the sacramento valley. we have some there in the sierras dry at the moment. no advisory for travel but there is some snow accumulation expected for today. with that you're going to want
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to either have the snow tires or the chains. cruising up along i-80 or highway 50. for us, rainfall amounts generally light. if you 107 inch. if you are under a thunderstorm and get a brief downpour for today. we do draw out tomorrow. i will have a look at your afternoon highs for today and the extended forecast coming up. we are following breaking news this morning. angie ethiopian airlines flight has crashed killing all 157 people on board. authorities announced the victims came from 35 countries including the u.s., germany, russia and spain. eight americans are reportedly, the bed. the plane took off and was on its way to nairobi, kenya when it crashed six minutes after takeoff. the ceo of the airlines was seen in a photo tweeted out there he is standing in the wreckage. he expressed his condolences to those who lost a loved one.
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we don't know exactly what led to the crash but we do know that the pilot sent out a distress call and got clearance to return to the airport. an air traffic monitor showed unstable vertical speed after takeoff. family and friends of the victims gathered at both airports in kenya and ethiopia hoping for more information. >> we have dish -- to basically take care of friends who may be affected. >> the last deadly crash of an ethiopian airlines plane was in 2010. the crashed minutes after takeoff from beirut killing all 90 on board. 30 people her on a turkish airlines flight that here hits severe turbulence. as it was approaching a jfk airport it started to shake violently. the pilot declared an emergency
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and landed the plane safely. ambulances lined up in front of a terminal to treat the injured passengers who were coming off the plane. that flight had 326 passengers and 21 crew members on board. some were treated inside an airport terminal for minor cuts and bruises and others were taken to hospitals include one flight attendant who suffered a broken leg. oakland police investigating a shooting that seriously injured a security guard. it happened at about 9:00 was not at eight marijuana grove near its well and 21 avenue. the guard was shot multiple times and suffered life- threatening injuries. no suspects and no arrests have been made. the san jose state university police has released a video showing an officer shooting and killing a man on campus a few years ago. it requires agencies to disclose records about police shootings. during the 2014 incident officers approached antonio guzman lopez who they say was holding a knife. police say the 38-year-old lunged at them and that is when they first deployed a stun gun.
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it did not appear to work. >> officers then shot and killed him. the officers were later cleared in the shooting. on ktvu.com we have been keeping track of which police department are and are not releasing the personnel records under the law. you can find that on our website. it could take some time to know exactly what caused the systemwide shutdown that stop all of the bart trains yesterday. the problem started to 40 5 am. crews working at the power supplies losing two critical power systems. it lost traction power routing the systems empower the track and tell them where to go and without them the train simply cannot operate safely. the problem was due to planned maintenance work but it turns out it wasn't. >> we thought they were related. which is made an assumption that we were wrong and it turns out after some initial work that the planned maintenance had nothing to do with the computer
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systems failing. the larger question is why did they fail? we don't know. >> bart says nothing is being ruled out. in 2011 a group walked hacked into the website and threatened to reveal personnel information personal information of writers. an expert said bart should review all of its systems to figure out what happened. they can go back and check all of the systems, mechanical, software, hardware and pinpoint the reason for that and try to fix it. >> if you can have a component failure we could have a network failure. you could be anything. it could be absolutely anything. >> trains her back up and running again this morning with limited service restored about 9:00 yesterday a.m. and the full-service restored before noon time. we are learning more about the san jose woman who police say killed her sons before taking her own life. the woman was identified as a 45-year-old. she and her two children were
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found dead in their apartment. the mother killed her for and seven-year-old boys and then killed herself. neighbors said they mother suffered from depression and had recently lost her job. 15 people in central mexico killed and seven others injured after a shooting at a nightclub. you have an early yesterday morning in the city of salamanca. authorities say armed men rushed inside the nightclub and opened fire. there are reports that 13 men were found dead inside the club. two others died at the hospital. so far no arrests made. march is women's history month and protesters are raising awareness of women's rights at the state capital. >> ♪ >> the women's march held a rally in sacramento yesterday. the 3rd annual international women's day margin rally called on federal and state governments to take immediate action on missing and murdered indigenous women and people. organizers say cases of missing
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and murdered women often go unsolved. >> and right now we are asking for help. this is detrimental to our race. >> the national crime information center says more than 5000 indigenous women nationwide have gone missing or were murdered since 2016. estate was thing to crack down on underaged drinking has led to 27 people being arrested in the bay area. the department of alcoholic beverage control says more than 300 people were cited or arrested statewide. more than 70 law enforcement agencies took part in the shoulder tap staying. a minor decoy will approach a little outside of a store and tap them on the shoulder and asked them to buy alcohol and give them money if they say yes. some looked up in the sting were also erected arrested for other crimes. tomorrow it city council
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will consider a ban on flavored tobacco products. the city is also going to implement a tobacco retailers license program to help enforce the van. many cities and counties that banned or are considering a ban on flavored tobacco because they say it targets young people. the city council meeting starts at 615 tomorrow night. some big news for oakland raiders and raider nation. reports indicate there will be one of the top right receivers. antonio brown coming to the bait. last season he caught 104 passes. 1300 yards and 15 touchdowns from pittsburgh but brown had a very public falling out with the steelers demanding a trade setup. the last few games and raiders would reportedly give up a 3rd and 5th round pick and will sign the all-pro. the trade not quite official until wednesday. the quarterback tweeted out already brother, let's go to work. around considers himself a
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writer already. on twitter he posted an image of him in a raider uniform and he posted a video of him and derek carr at the pro bowl several years ago. he included love at first sight. he later retweeted a pit opposed and another football player said how and how his business and he replied booming. caesars boosted the odds at winning the super bowl from 75 to 51 on that single trade. he is that good. one of the most powerful superheroes in the marvel comics universe. >> i might say she is pretty strong at the box office. still ahead, comparing captain marvel with other successful superhero films. we have broken records but now people who live up there are saying there are some problems. there are better ways to deal with closures on interstate 80.
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♪ good morning. california love requested this morning. there is a pretty view.
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sun and clouds out there and we have scattered showers and even the slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon and a bit of a chilly start. i will detail what you can expect for your bay area sunday and the extended forecast coming up. soon you can watch every single disney movie on demand. the company says the library will be available later this year on the new streaming platform called disney plus. and everything from animated movies like frozen to star wars will be available and disney will end is still with netflix. the company has not said how much it services will cost and only the price will be less the netflix. probably a smart idea. another disney film is powering his way to the top of the box office. >> the film is on track to earn more than $160 million. it is expected it will rank as the seventh best marvel universe opening ever. right behind the three avengers movie. like panther, iron man three and captain american civil war.
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>> reporter: >> so you are not from around here? >> it is hard to explain. >> great larson and samuel l jackson have captured the first female superhero movie. it mainly focuses on carol danvers. a fighter pilot who gets zapped by a secret military weapon making her one of the mightiest heroes to join star force. >> i am not what you think i am. spec she is incredibly strong and coming at an interesting time. it is been 10 years and feels like it is part of this new class. >> it is refreshing to be there in kind of feel around for what some of the origin story was. and know that he had not always been this hard-bitten kind of cynical paranoid everybody is out to get you kind of guy. >> i was recovering it up until i met you today. >> after playing in eight
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marvel films jackson admits this is still a dream gig. >> the universe for me is, that special playground. that i used to have in my head when i was a kid. i still go to comic book stores. >> three realize the size and scope of the movie after donning the costume for the first time. >> i just it felt really surreal. something i was not able to talk about. i wasn't allowed to take a photo or share with anybody. it felt like a very weird secret. >> that i had for like a year. >> it might be a good day. in fact it is been a good month for a movie. a good season for a movie. >> rainy days will do that. >> right? captain marvel is on the list. it has deftly been a great
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winter season to get in there and see all of the movies and green but is a must see. it won an award for best picture. >> i know. a busy man. >> we do have a beautiful view. so artistic. and if you have the golden gate bridge for we have a little bit of sunshine and blue sky in the background and then we have the storm clouds on top right of the bay. it looks like right over alcatraz. here is a view of storm tracker true to where we can see the rain is falling. it has been widespread all morning long. even earlier this morning and we saw some snow falling over mount hamilton. here is a look at areas over the mountain view area where we have some scattered showers. on the north bay highway 101 covered in approaching the richmond san rafael bridge. we have it shifting towards the peninsula and it is a slick commute stretching towards highway one.
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we are looking at the possibility of scattered showers for the entire day. east bay hit or miss going on along 580. highway four on the edge of antioch and brentwood and for the sierras we have a snow possibility. fairly quiet in the morning. all the way down to 2500 feet. as we get into the afternoon and if you're traveling to the sierra, there is no advisories for travel but we are expecting 1-3 inches of new snow so you will want the snow tires or change. there is your lunch hour. the circulation is out here and that is where most of the instability lives but with that being so close to where we are as it moves through, that could trigger afternoon thunderstorms especially the sunny breaks. we get more unstable air. here is a look at 6:00 or the showers continue to fall in we will be dry as we get back to work on monday. for rainfall, not expecting a lot.
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most areas picking up 1/10 of an inch and if we do end up with a brief downpour due to a thunderstorm we could seek maybe a quarter inch or so. we have 46 in berkeley. 45 in 46 in san jose and we will call for a mix of on and off rain. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures in the mid-to upper 50s. 57 for the east berwick of kong cord. 58 in the south bay of san jose and there is the extended forecast. sunny and slightly warmer as we get back to work on monday. tuesday is like chance of a few scattered showers. and we are dry. take a look at thursday. low to mid 60s and we could deal with that. we will wait for it. we have been joking about it. daylight savings time begin at 2 am. frank watched it happen.
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some folks will be dragging in and will feel the effects. we lose an hour of sleep the game the extra hour of sunlight. there is a possibility this to be one of the last daylight savings time for california and last november voters approved a proposition in favor of keeping daylight saving time but the state legislature needs to pass the bill to end the time change. it must pass by a two thirds margin in congress would have to approve it. we will have a sleep expert in to talk about the health effects and what we can do to get a better nights sleep. an hour or not. i could use that. >> i would highly recommend watching it. >> to watch the transformation. >> next time just tell me about it. >> sleep would help. >> coming up next, the uk has been planning to leave the european union for two years and now it could all come down to some key decisions that
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parliament has to make this week. more on that. and celebrity power couple jennifer lopez and alex rodriguez now engage. how they announce the news to millions of social media followers.
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ask for it by name and visit paragard.com to learn more. san francisco neighborhood, a popular event will take place. the family-friendly event include street vendors, games, climbing walls, dance lessons and pet adoptions. the area around valencia street
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between debose avenue and 26th will be closed from 11 am until 4 pm. take note if you're in the area. the mayor helped get the program started back in 2008. other city neighborhoods was the on block parties of sorts. next up is the excelsior neighborhood on the 31st. today is the last day of the silicon valley auto show. thousands checking out the cool cars. the show features hundreds of new models including new electric and hybrid vehicles that will be on sale this year. it has a large collection of custom cars and attendees are able to test drive some of them. the auto show runs from 10 am until six at mcburney convention center. jenny from the block is now engaged. jennifer lopez and retired baseball star alex rodriguez have been hounded wanting to know when they will get engaged. they posted the picture on
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instagram of the diamond which is about the size of manhattan. pretty good-sized. rodriguez wrote she said yes. insiders say he popped the question while the couple was on vacation in the bahamas over the weekend. a-rod and jlo have been together for about two years. i think this will be her 4th in his second marriage. >> look at that knowledge. the president is getting ready to outline his budget for next year. >> gridlock among democrats and republicans in congress could lead to another government shutdown. were keeping a close eye on the plane crash in ethiopia. investigators are trying to find out what make the aircraft crash.
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♪ here i am. back in your arms again. ♪ mr. moore's requesting the mavericks back in your arms again and the clouds are back in the bay again. in fact they never left. i love it here. >> they're going to stay here forever. >> we have been waving the white flag for weeks and i think we are about to get a break. >> rosemary is promising that we have to not wait until april for a break. >> i think march 28. >> so, we are going to get a break tomorrow. don't expect it today. and then as we get into thursday, thursday looks good.
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i will show you that in the extended forecast. i'm getting. every day is a good day. take a look at that. the golden gate bridge. when we started earlier this morning it was a slick one but dry at the moment. folks on the go. -- >> is that blue sky? >> i just wanted to verify that. >> a sight for sore eyes. in the afternoon we will have a mix of sun and clouds. hartley sunny and mostly cloudy for today. that only helps to increase the instability that could bring us a thunderstorm or two into the afternoon. here is a view over the east bay where we have gray skies. snow level starting out low down to about 2500 feet and we have seen a little bit of rain and rain snow mix and snow falling over some of the higher elevations. santa rosa at 45. upper 40s in oakland. livermore of 44. a bit of a chilly start. a lot like yesterday. here is the view of storm tracker to were scattered showers continue over the santa cruz mountains stretching into the south bay.
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a few sprinkles of the northbay in the inner east bay. we will go to the northbay first for nevada, san rafael continue with light activity in shifting south. how about mountain view. it looks like the dumbarton bridge shifting towards the pedis and san o'shea san jose. in the santa cruz mountains we have scattered showers continuing there. we saw a little bit of pink, a rain snow mix in areas near the inner east bay. it looks like it shifted out of your area just a bit and we will call for scattered showers to remain in the forecast. here is the view of the sierras. a few inches of new snow expected. note winter travel advisory on 50 or 80 but you will need the snow tires or the chains because it is just going to be slick with a little bit more snow expected. as far as rainfall amounts, a
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few 107 each. maybe more if you do get a downpour with the possibility of the thunderstorm in the forecast. i will detail this in what you can expect in the extended forecast coming up. we continue to follow breaking news this morning. and if you have been airliner crashed killing all 157 people on board. authorities say the victims came from 35 different countries including the united states, germany, russia and spain. eight americans reportedly among the among the dead. the plane took off on its way to nairobi when it crashed early this morning just six minutes after takeoff. the ceo of the ethiopian airlines was seen in a photo and tweeted out by the airline standing in the wreckage. he expressed his condolences to those that lost loved ones. we don't know exactly what led to the crash but we do know the pilots and out a distress call and got clearance to return back to the airport just minutes after takeoff. the monitor shows the plane showed unstable vertical speed after took off. family and friends of the
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victims gathered at both airports in kenya and ethiopia hoping for information. we have airports, emergency responses. to basically take care of all families and friends who may be affected. >> the last the deadly crash of an ethiopian airline passenger plane was back in 2010. the plane crashed minutes after takeoff from beirut killing all 90 people on our on the on board. police officers responded to reports of gunshots on west 19th street after 9 pm last night and found two men in their 20s in front of a home with a gunshot wound. both were taken to the hospital and one of them is expected to recover. the other letter died at the hospital. officers now collecting evidence and searching for a suspect. things are back to normal
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on bart but the agency is trying to figure out what caused the systemwide shutdown yesterday. the problem started about 2:45 am 12 critical power systems lost power. calls bart to lose traction power and without that trains cannot operate safely. they felt the problem was due to planned maintenance work but it wasn't and now they are trying to figure out what caused the problem and they are not ruling anything out. limited service was restored by yesterday morning. the chp says a woman is recovering after she drove the wrong way onto westbound lanes of the bay bridge. authorities say from the harrison street offer and she drove her suv about one half mile onto the upper deck of this man. she pulled onto the shoulder. she did not hit any cars. the officer said the woman may have suffered a medical emergency. she was taken to san francisco general for an evaluation. san francisco fire investigators trying to figure out what sparked a fire at home. the fire was called and just
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before 4 am yesterday in the portola neighborhood. the house belongs to a family living in store. nobody was hurt and nearby home suffered minimal damage. the town of yountville honoring three women killed in last year's attack on eight veterans facility. they were paying tribute to the three victims, jennifer golick, jennifer gonzales shushereba and christine loeber. jennifer gonzales shushereba was seven months pregnant. authorities say hour-long took the women hostage it gunpoint at the pathway homes veterans assistance center and killed them before taking his own life. out of this we will be stronger. but it is up to each of us to do a little something and to make sure we can contribute to the better good. >> reporter: the facility where the shooting occurred was shut down but the pathway home organization is working with
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other groups now to serve veterans suffering from ptsd. the search continues this morning for a marine who went missing during a ski trip in the sierra nevada. marine corps lieutenant matthew craft set off on the trip there for a 23rd. he was supposed to return to bridgeport on monday or tuesday. sheriff deputies they have car was found last night near the lower grades meadows campground. authorities are worried about a series of winter storms in the sierra that have dumped records note. they say weather has made the search for craft more difficult. the famed santa anita racetrack will reopen to training tomorrow. yet been shut down for about a week after 21 horses died in the past two and half months in the track. the statement, they say training will be restricted to joggers and calipers. officials say they have been able to make changes to the
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soil so it is now safer for the horses. investigators believe the winter rain in southern california has factored into the death. curbside flood debris picked up a set tomorrow in sonoma county. police are being asked to place debris into separate piles. appliances, metals and recyclables to go into one pile and household hazardous waste should be placed another pile and other debris in a 3rd pile. the pickup will take place every day all week. people living along interstate 80 in placid county say the recent snowfall has caused a lot of problems for them. when the interstate shuts down taurus's are trapped in the cars and crowds go to small towns all the way up to the sierra and some say they are causing a big mess. our reporter has more on a meeting to address some of the issues. >> reporter: neighbors here are fed up. every time the interstate closes down they have to deal with traffic and trash and now they are hoping the community meeting will lead to some solutions. they call it a blanket of white. the neighbors along interstate
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80 are not feeling any want. >> we are not set up to handle the flow of people that want to come up and see the snow. permit record-setting snowfall in the areas of the sierra close closed the freeway several times. tourists heading to ski resorts forced to wait it out often heading to small towns like alto. >> to use the local facilities as dumps. >> reporter: neighbors have to deal with snarling traffic, traction worse. >> the money going to the bathroom on our front porch and living there but donald or papa john's trash. we have dealt with that. you can't get to the post office. you can't go grocery shopping. you just can't get out. >> reporter: there are also safety issues. >> we had a child pinned in a vehicle in a rollover accident on interstate 80 and the first responders cannot get out. >> reporter: they held a
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meeting to talk about possible solutions with law enforcement and caltrans. one of the biggest issues come from gps services that tell drivers they can skip the closure by going through the small towns. >> the gps is wrong. there are no sidestreets. there are no shortcuts to get to the ski area. >> reporter: people using front porches and private property is bathrooms. >> we are trying to work on possibly getting porta potty somehow to stage so when the roads do close we can get some staged. >> after shifting to road signs and social media to warn drivers heading appear to turn around. neighbors hope they will not be left out in the cold and that all this talk will lead to real action. >> they are listening to us. this is a first step. >> organizers don't want the momentum. so they plan to keep meeting to talk about solutions moving forward. coming up next, the biggest carmakers from detroit all around the world are centered in the silicon valley. how you can get a look at the
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cars that could be on the open road very soon. we will take you there live shortly and another potential showdown in washington over funding. for the border wall, the president gets ready to reveal his budget for the next fiscal year. more on that when we come back. and because redfin.com is america's #1 brokerage site our agents get more eyes on your home so you sell for thousands more than the one next door. don't get stuck in the past. sell with a redfin agent.
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a live look from san francisco across the bay. grace does in the background. beach boys. i kind of like this. we will have scattered showers in store for sunday. details on today and the week ahead coming up. thanks. president donald trump is expected to release the 2020 budget plan tomorrow. reuters reported that the president will ask congress for $8.6 billion to pay for the mexican border wall. the number is higher than the cost. the plan is expected to call for 5% cut in the budget of all nonmilitary parts the government. the house speaker says she is unimpressed with the plan and that last year's tax cuts should be ruled rollback.
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>> this has to be revisited. not just because of the unfairness of it but also the impact that it has on the budget. and what the budget means in terms of meeting the needs of the american people. >> the economy is very strong. if you look at the stock market over the last few months is been great. and the election has stopped getting close to 50%. >> the budget proposal at goes to the house is headed for consideration. the current funding runs out on september 30. you can shut down again if congress and the president did not come to an agreement in time. presidential hopeful bernard sanders wrapped up his tour in iowa with the visit to des moines. >> i hope very much two things. number one that the nature of our campaign is not is listening people. it is not opposition research or attacking other people but as a serious discussion about
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the important issues facing the american people. that is what this democratic -- >> sanders at a rally. making his pitch on why he is the best candidate to win the democratic nomination and his hope for the campaign. during the visit he hosted multiple rows including one at the university of iowa campus. tensions rise in venezuela. government loyalists and a compilation opposition supporters help demonstrations. they clash with riot police, power and communication outages in both sides blaming each other for being responsible for the collapse of the power grid. will carranza voting in elections today but the results will be any surprises. they're lining up to fill out their ballots even though there is only one name on them. the countries that the voters have the option of crossing out the name of kim jong-un in
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protest all that that usually doesn't happen. voting is mandatory and north korea. political analyst note that the elections are more routine and not really a chance for citizens to debate the direction of the country. you can't live in the european union less than three weeks now. parliament has big decisions to make this week. the country is set to lead the european union march 20 not. parliament will vote on whether the uk should adopt the deal that prime minister teresa made brokered with the leaders. the members of the parliament did not approve it and on wednesday they will vote on whether or not to leave the european union without any sort of deal at all. on thursday they will vote on whether or not to delay brexit altogether. the uncertainty has many businesses in great britain worried. rejected and no one knows what will happen. we may not leave the eu for many months. we may leave without protection that the deal for bites. we may never leave it all. >> the eu would need to approve a brexit delay first. the opposition labor party is calling for a second referendum
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to make the entire country revote on whether to leave the european union. is unprecedented deep-sea mission is hoping to unlock the secrets of the indian ocean. a group of scientists will document the effects of climate change on the ocean in a live broadcast early next week. the team is going to record changes happening some 1000 feet beneath the ocean's surface and relatively unexplored waters near the seychelles. it will see what impact rising temperatures have on marine life. >> we need to understand what is happening to the ocean. we need a baseline and we need to understand the impact of climate change another effects on the ocean at the moment. >> the public to watch the footage live over the coming days. the seven-week expedition is expected to end next month. when you were reading the story rosemary was gazing into a video of the golden great
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bridge. golding gate bridge. if you can look closely you can see the waves crashing up against the edge. it is a beautiful day. we have scattered showers in the forecast the scene a little bit of sunshine. it is a chilly start so if you are getting out for brunch or coffee or maybe to walk the dog, temperatures are in the 40s to bring along the jacket. here is a look at some of the rainfall amounts since october 1. we are in great shape. 100% of average and above. santa rosa more than 37 inches and more than 21 in san francisco. san jose, 13 1/3 and more than 16.5 over areas of oakland. for today's scattered showers. not a lot expected in the way of accumulation. maybe a few 107 inch. we do have the possibility of thunderstorms in the afternoon. when we started a little earlier this morning a little bit more widespread but now we are looking at areas of the
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south bay, the santa cruz mountains in the higher elevations continuing with the wet stuff and for many of us it is actually dry at the moment. scattered showers over the senate crews mountains. the snow levels about 2500 feet and will be climbing as we get into the second part of the morning and early afternoon at about 3500 feet for the sierras. be prepared for winter travel there. no advisories in place but new snow accumulation expected a few inches possible. areas over the south bay we have san jose covered in green in campbell it looks like you may have some scattered showers. i will show you the water vapor loop in the atmosphere going on out there. there is a little circulation. it will continue south but it is the center that carries the most unstable air.
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notice how close it is to the bay area. in addition it will continue to bring us the wraparound moisture and was in the on and off scattered showers that push through but the unstable air will contribute to the possibility of an afternoon thundershower. on future cast for lunch time, hit or miss. light stuff for the afternoon. not going away and you pick up on the shallows, indicating the higher elevations. they may see a downpour a little bit of hail and thunder and lightning. it doesn't look like a big deal. not widespread but we may see one pop up. back to work on monday. drive. a dry day and a slight chance of scattered showers returning. there is a look at the temperatures in the 40s for the afternoon. mid to upper 50s and if we get into the extended forecast, you will see a slight chance for scattered showers on tuesday and that is it. we will be dry, wednesday and thursday and low 60s in the forecast for wednesday. we might even hit mid 60s by thursday. that would be a nice change. thanks. if you don't feel quite like yourself this morning
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because of the time change, you are not alone. >> a clinical psychologist helps explains to us helps explain to us the weight daylight savings affects us and how you can beat it too. a longtime advocate for lb dt cute seniors being recognized for their contribution.
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lesson from that. >> i'm going to go play some monopoly. a longtime advocate for the lgbtq seniors in san francisco are being recognized for their efforts. the mayor among roughly about 100 people came to the ceremony. city leaders receiving accommodations and state senator scott weiner. san francisco supervisors david campos and christina a lucky. lgbtq task force chairman as well and he was the recipient. they helped create programs that help clients assess social services. . we have this growing senior population and it is great that it is growing because it wasn't that long ago when it wasn't necessarily grown because so many people were dying. because the early hiv aids epidemic. >> the number of san francisco residents served by the lgbtq senior programs have served more than 70% sword over 70%.
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sad news to report at a local sports community. the 49ers in the oakland raiders are mourning the passing of former defensive end cedric hartman. hartman played for the niners for 10 seasons. he was selected in the first round in the 1970 nfl draft and appeared in 139 games for the team. after his time in san francisco he signed with the raiders and he won a super bowl ring for the 1980 season. the raiders tweeted a message honoring hartman on friday night. don't look now but the san jose sharks have quietly been creeping up in the standings of. in fact they are the top team in the west after beating the blues in the ot. this one a matinee and assisting on the sharks first goal. meyer will find the net. tied up for 2 go to ot and watch kevin leblanc. he will
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finish the blue song with a nice little shot there. and that is it. they when it 3-2 and they now have 90 points. one better than the calgary flames. next up minnesota on the road tomorrow night. some bay area high school are celebrating the state basketball championship for local schools. going for titles on saturday in sacramento's colon center including ken belinda high school who took on colony out of ontario for the boys division. the campo cougars control the game throughout and they came out with the title. congrats. 55-40. a lot of hugging and jumping going on. on one of los altos hills tried to capture their seventh state title and they face sierra canyon. in the girls open division. pinewood trail but tried to battle back from a large deficit in the 4th quarter but they could not quite make the
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big comebacker falling 69-51 in the title game. some of the other finals. bay area teams beating rolling hills prep out of san pedro. they get the girls division to crown. oakland tech in ontario 55 to 27. to win the girls division for a title with authority there. congrats to all the local teams. the red carpet will be rolled out this thursday for the i heart radio music awards. john legend and garth brooks are some of the stars that will be performing. cardi b leads with 14 nominations. the pain will host the show that will air right here on fox. up next, taking a tougher stance against smoking and fake being. >> while a band is being considered on flavored tobacco. a look at the deadly shooting on the san jose state campus. the state law that prompted police officers to release body cam video when we come back.
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on 2. mornings on 2. >> we lost an hour of sleep. we can't blame you for that. >> i am grumpy. you look at that shot of the
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golden gate bridge. kelly requested lovely day. thank you for sending that in and getting us back on track. it makes me happy. i like the sun. i miss the sun, so it is nice to see it peaking out even just for a bit. >> a little bit of blue sky. welcome to mornings on 2 on this sunday. march 10th. i'm claudine long. >> it said march 19th. we would have raced right through the month there. more on your weather coming up in a moment. the system was shut down for computer problems. this morning, the big question is what caused it. well, apparently all possibilities are on the table. we'll talk about that coming up. it is a nonprofit that looks out for seniors and getting them where they need to go. it is not car pool. it is called carepool. >> the nonprofit will be in studio for us to talk about who they are helping, how you can
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help including some of the writers as well. we can't stop talking about it. we lost an hour of sleep. >> grumpy people. >> all right. we need coffee. we need a little bit of everything. daylight's savings time is on. is it really a big deal? >> there is a swedish study that says you have an increased risk of heart attack. some say there are more traffic incidents on a monday. more workplace injuries. is it all true? we have a clinical psychologist to help us out and get better sleep. i just need to be able to lean against the wall and i'll fall asleep. good morning, people. all right. rosemary, are you feeling tired this morning? >> . no. absolutely not. >> she had to think about it, though. >> the coffee is wearing off. outside our doors, partly sunny. partly cloudy skies. a little breezy as the flag is blowing there. we will continue with the partly sunny, mostly cloudy
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skies for today. and the scattered showers as well. introducing the afternoon thunderstorm is a possibility. giving you a view there, another one of the golden gate bridge. temperatures off to a cool start this morning. we are slowly rebounding. we were in the mid to upper 40s. we hit 50 in oakland. getting outdoors. we are seeing it on the santa cruise mountains on the coast and the south bay. for the most part, it looks like the north bay and the east bay dry at least for the time being. as we get through today, we are going to continue with the wet weather. it will be hit or miss on and off. but we have the center of the storm. that is kind of skirting the coastline today, and that will increase the instability. and this is why we are calling for the possibility of maybe an afternoon thunderstorm or two. here is a look at the freemont where we do have a little bit of rain popping up there.
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scattered showers over san jose. creeping over towards the higher elevations. snow level is right about 2500 feet this morning. if you are traveling through the sierra, be prepared for that. scattered showers in the forecast not only here, but it will be in the way of snow a few inches. no advisories put in by the national weather service. you will need either the snow tires or you will need the chains required for today. here is a look at the afternoon highs for us here at home. we'll go 55 san francisco. 56 in napa. 56 in the south bay. upper 50s for you, san jose. a little bit of wet weather for today. tomorrow, we are dry. i'll have a look at the extended forecast coming up in just a bit. we do have new information and pictures of the plane crash in africa that killed 157 people today. authorities say the victims came from at least 35 different countries including the u. s. now, the plane took off from ethiopia's capitol. it was on its way to kenya when it went down, and this happened just six many ins after take- off. i want to show you some new
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video that we just received from the crash site. debris from the aircraft is scattered throughout a wide field. the ceo of ethiopia airlines says this particular plane had no history of any problems. boeing manufactured the plane and will now work with ethiopia authorities to try to figure out what went wrong. there were 149 passengers and eight crew members onboard. the passengers were from nations including the u.s., germany, russia and spain. eight americans are reportedly among the dead. >> we have to physically take care of the friends. the deadly crash of an ethiopia airlines passenger plane was in 2010. the plane crashed minutes after take-off from beroute killing all 90 people onboard. san jose state university
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police department has released body camera footage that shows one of its officers shooting and killing a man on campus five years ago. the department made the video public in response to a new state law requiring agencies to disclose records about police shootings during the february 2014 incident. officers approached antonio lopez who they say was holding a knife. police say the 38-year-old lunged at them and they employed a stun gun. it didn't appear to work. officers shot and killed the man. officers were later cleared in that shooting. on ktvu.com, we have been keeping track of which police departments are and are not releasing their personal records under that now law. you can find that under the web links section at ktvu.com. well are learning more about the san jose woman who police say killed her two sons before taking her own life. the medical examiner's office has identified the woman has 43-
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year-old tran. the children's father found them dead on dent avenue. detectives say the mother killed her four-year-old and seven-year-old boys and then herself. the mother suffered from depression and had recently lost her job. it could take time to see what caused the shut-down. the problem started at 2:45 in the morning. without them, the trains could not operate safely. thought the problem was due to planned maintenance but it turns out it wasn't that. >> we thought they were related. it turns out after some initial work the that the planned maintenance had nothing to do with the computer systems failing. the largers question is why did they fail? we don't know. a group hacked into the
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website and threatened to reveal the personal information of its writers. cyber security says bart should review all of its systems to figure out what went wrong. >> they can go back and check all the systems, mechanical, software, and pinpoint the reason for that and try to fix it. >> if you could have a component failure, you could have a network failure. it could be anything. it could be absolutely anything. >> reporter: well, the good news is trains are back up and running. a statewide sting has lead to 27 people being arrested or cited here in the bay area. the department of alcoholic beverage control says more than 300 people were cited or arrested statewide. more than 70 law enforcement agencies took part in the shoulder tap sting. it is called that because of minor decoy will approach an
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adult outside of a store, tap him on the shoulder, and ask him to buy alcohol for them. well, tomorrow the city council will consider a ban on flavored tobacco products. if it is approved, the city would also invent a tobacco retailer's license program to help enforce the ban. many bay area cities and counties have recently banned or are considering a ban on flavored tobacco because they say it targets young people. the late yet city council meeting starts at 6:15 tomorrow night. well, if you are awe car buff, head to san jose today. >> just about every car on the market will be on display at ktvu joins us live. she is at san jose with more on the big car show. good morning. i think they have the coolest assignment. there are so many beautiful brand new cars brand new cars all around. we have some hyundais which are
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nice. the majority of the cars here are 2019 and 2020. you can take a look at beautiful corvettes. we have the whole gammot of cars here. nearly 30 manufacturers have their cars on display here at the convention center. you can find really everything from gottic cars to electric cars and there are a lot of new models like a actionerj can be,ie's first all electric vehicle. anyone with a license can take one of these cars for a test drive. this event has been going on since thursday. it has been a lot of fun so far. it's been a lot of excitement. we see people get interested in what is new and what is out there and learning about the new technology. cars almost drive themselves. it is a great opportunity to talk to manufacturers. see what the new technology is
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about and how you can apply it to your life. connectivity with your phone. a great opportunity to learn what is all aout there. >> so of course there are a lot of really cool cars here. take a look at this hyundai right here. there are luxury cars. i hear we have lam burr guy knees, bentleys. we're going to take a look at that coming up in our next half hour. this is a family-friendly event. today is actually family day here. adults can get in for $112. like i said in the next half hour, i may be inside a bentley. fingers crossed, guys, we'll see. for now, in san jose, ktvu, fox 2 news. >> i kind of thought you were a mercedes girl myself, but a bentley would be nice. >> bentley is nice. >> i am am about a g wagon.
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we'll see you in a bit. elected for seven pro bowls. >> now that superstar wide receive could soon be in silver and black and catching passes for the raders. the response from him and rader quarterback derek car about the big blockbuster trade. i slept in. i missed an hour of mornings on 2. it is daylight's saving time. up next, we'll talk to a clinical psychologist to talk about how this time change affects all of us and our sleep. stay with us. we'll be right back. (music throughout)
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that view is just amazing. if you are not looking at your tv screen, take a look. very the fog folding by. the iconic golden gate bridge there. it is a beautiful day. we had have scattered showers remaining for today. i have details on what you can expect for your funday, sunday, and what you can expect for the week ahead coming up if just a moment. we are taking your request via twitter, instagram and facebook. time now is 9:16.
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springing forward for daylight's saving time. always a little tough on that first morning. and for some, that first week. is it really a big deal. we fly across the country. we deal with time changes. is it really that big of a deal? >> it is real. is it a big deal. maybe not. >> our planet revolves around the sun. the earth itself rotates every 24 hours. another word for it is our sleep cycle. it is responsible for our wake and sleep state. what happens with this time change is it takes away an hour from that cycle temporarily
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putting that rhythm out of syncnc. >> people can feel weird. >> it has so many links to our mood. you have been cranky. >> our concentration. our atension and physical health. it is normal not only to experience slight changes in those domains but they may experience the grogginess, daytime sleepiness temporarily just for a few days so really the question is being able to adapt as quickly as possible to this change. >> and you say because i kind of feel like i don't get enough sleep on a regular day. so taking an hour away from me when i was only going to get five hours or six hours that, can exacerbater the problem. >> people often times find
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themselves getting stuck with that eight-hour myth where that really does depend on the person. it is not necessarily true. the biggest concept is we want to prevent developing insomnia. that is the biggest concern here and that can be understood best by a conceptional model that was developed by a psychologist. what he talks about is people will. they may have a predisposition factors for settling someone up for developing insomnia. being a woman. having anxiety or walking around life having a little bit more trait anxiety than the average person. that then doesn't necessarily mean they're going to develop insomnia, but what can happen is you run into what is called precipitating factors. that can be a live stressor. >> so things that make it already where you are predisposed to make it worse.
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i am curious before we get to the tips which we have to get to in just a second. do you think people are taking aides. the time change serves as that precipitating factor. people will try to compensate through certain areas that are maintaining that insomnia. >> you gave us some tips for for managing this shift. >> the buffer zone serves as the amount of time between your busy day and fall ago sleep. kind of example is you wouldn't put your father in front of a scary movie with a late before bed.
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treat yourself luke you would a toddler. the laying in bed when you can't fall asleep is brutal. >> that is one of the problems people find themselves doing. people are wanting to go to bed an hour early to compensate. that serves more damage than good. >> it the frustrating. >> we leek to nap. >> no more than 20 minutes. they make me grumpy. >> and no coffee. people realize i can't have coffee after 3:00. i can't have coffee.
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don't consume coffee after 12:00. the amount of time it stays in their system is a lot longer than they realize. >> do you feel like people come to you saying it is a sleep through issue. >> all these tips. >> i hope i sleep well tonight. let's just follow those tips and sleep a little bit better. getting a view on what is going on outside our doors. we could see thunder or rainbows out there for today. so here is a view of stormtracker two. the three-hour time lapse. when we started earlier this morning, that rain was more widespread.
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it was a chilly start. here is a view of what is going on right now. we have mostly dry conditions to the north bay over the east bay into the south bay. scattered showers continue over the diablo range. we have a little bit of rain/snow mix. over mount diablo and mount mammalton. we saw a little bit of this going on. snow levels will be coming up. here is a look at the sierra. quiet at the moment. scattered showers will remain here as well. and a little bit of snow. one to three inches a possibility for today. so if you are traveling. no winter travel advisories by the national weather service. you will need snow tires or the chains getting up over the west slope. as you get into lunchtime, scattered showers remaining in the forecast. the center of the circulation will remain off the coast. sit going to continue a
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southerly path but it will continue to bring us these scattered showers, the wrap around moisture as well as the unstable air that could provide us with the thunderstorm. with that said, it's going to be with us through the afternoon. we do dry out in the overnight hours. there is a look at your monday morning. partly cloudy. mostly clear and dry for your bay area monday. as far as rainfall amounts, a few 100ths of an inch. less than tenth of an inch for most areas. if we do get a downpour due to the thunderstorm, a quarter inch and a little bit of hail could be included in that as well. upper 40s in san francisco. we have 50 degrees in oakland. into the afternoon, widespread 50s. mid to upper 50s. 59 in the south bay. and not north bay of santa rosa, we'll go 54. there is your extended forecast. drying out tomorrow. slight chance on tuesday. it doesn't really look like a big deal will remain on the cool side, but then beare dry wednesday and thursday, and into the 60s. >> all right. get ready. >> all right. and thanks, rosemary. well, the nonprofit
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will host sunday's streets. a family-friendly event. it includes street vendorsing, children's games, climbing walls and pet adoptions. the area between dubois avenue and 26th street will be closed to cars. that is 11:00 this morning until 4:00 in the afternoon. former san francisco mayor garvin new? helped get this program started back in 2008. and other neighborhoods will be hosting their own walk parties. that is on the 31s.
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more and more stores across to country are using only credit or debit cards for purchases. a new law in philadelphia will require most retailers to accept cash payments. many businesses have adopted cashless policies to make transactions faster. critics say it discriminates against people without bank accounts or those who aren't tech savvy. similar legislation is considered in san francisco. fuel-efficient cars are the most popular attractions ath the auto show. we are going to go live to san jose to check some of the cool cars. the 2020 budget tomorrow. we will tell you how he hopes to make cuts. those cuts he would like to make and the resistance he is going to face from nancy pelosi coming up.
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and high fun. and i just need a brittney spears song to get me up and motivate on your sunday. >> and don't. don't hide it. >> happy sunday morning. good morning to you.
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i'm claudine long. and joining rosemary. and we are happy to have her back on this sunday. she's going to bring some sunshine later this week. into the afternoon. and that is what we will find with the forecast. >> we have the clouds with us as well. for today, temperatures are going to be on the cool side. it started in the mid to upper whos. now we are creeping up just a tad. oakland is reporting 50. 46 the livermore and 48 in san jose. winds are generally light around the region, but any bit of a breeze with this type of cool weather. getting outside, maybe bring the jacket. there is a view of san francisco. blue sky. a mix of partly sunny and
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mostly cloudy skies for today and the scattered showers will continue. this is a three-hour time lapse. early on we came in and have widespread rain. painly dry weather over the north bay, the peninsula. still seeing it over the santa claus mountains. pinks and whites indicating the lower snow levels. freemont just right there on the edge or that stretch. along 885-80 may find a few scattered showers there. over the higher elevations, there is that area where it could be a little bit of rain/snow mix continuing at this hour. for the sierra. no advisories due to travel, but you will want to bring alone along the chains or snow tires. for us, the rainfall. a few 100ths of an inch. if we do get a downpour. it is not going to be a whole
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lot of accumulation. low to mid 50s from the coast into san francisco. mid to um i 50s for the east bay shore. we do begin to dry out tonight. it is a dry day tomorrow. there is a slight chance of the rain on tuesday. i will have details on the extended forecast coming up in just a bit. we continue following the breaking news of a plane crash that killed all 157 people onboard. they represent at least 35 different countries. eight are from the u. s. it will directly contact victims and family members and the embassy will offer. the plane took off from ethiopia's capitol and was on its way to kenya when it went down just six minutes after it took off. new video from the crash site. debris from the aircraft scattered throughout a wide field there.
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the ceo of ethiopia airlines says the plane had no history of problems. boeing manufactured the plan and will now be work with authorities to try to figure out what went wrong. there were 149 passengers and eight crew members onboard. passengers from nations including the u.s., germmyny, russia and spain. we have the middle kenya airport. and responses to physically take care of the friends. won't be affected. >> the last deadly crash of an ethiopia. plane crashed just minutes after take-off. new this morning, a 20-year- old man was dead following a possible shooting in antioch.
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they responded on reports of gunshots just after 9:00 last night. they found the two men in their 20s in front of a home with gunshot wounds. both taken to the hospital. one of the men expected to recover. the other later died. officers collecting evidence and searching for notice and a suspect. president trump is expected to he lease the budget plan tomorrow. the budget proposal was delayed because of the government shut- down. the president is going to ask congress for 8-point ever billion dollars to help pay for the mexican border wall. and that number is higher than the cost the president estimated when he declared a national emergency to try to build it. last year's tax cuts should be rolled back. >> this has to be revisited not just because of the unfairness of it but also the
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impact that it has on your budget. of meeting the needs of american people. >> the economy is very, very strong. if you look at the stock market over the last few months, it has been great. and certainly since my election, it has been getting close to 50%. the budget proposal goes to the house and senate for consideration. the current funding for the federal government runs out on september 30th. the government could shut down again if congress and the president do not come to an agreement in time. some very good news. 15 of those for touchdowns. brown had a very public falling out to manage a trade and sat out with a number of trade.
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sign to a three-year, 15 million-dollar deal. the trade is not official until wednesday, the beginning of the newly gear. rader quarterback derek karr very happy. tweeted out already, brother, let's get to work. brown already considers himself a rader. take a look on twitter. he posted ai video of him. brown included the message, love at first sight. he later retweeted a post from derek karr. another football player asked him how is business? ka iraqr replied booming. by the way, theaters in vegas boosted odds of winning the superbowl from 75-1 to 51 all thanks to a single trade. and so if you are a car buff, or you are stopping for a new ride, we have a spot for you. head to san jos because it is the final day of the auto show. >> just about every car on the market with all the extras and
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all yours today. the doors open shortly at 10:00, but ktvu is very special. she snuck in, and she's already behind the wheel. take it away, sarah. well, guys, i am behind the wheel of a very, very fancy car. i got the keys. this is a 2019 bentley. if you want to know the price tag, just a cool $404,000. no big deal; right? i think it look -- i think i look pretty good behind the wheel. maybe i can take this for a test ride. absolutely beautiful car here. i am sandwiched between a masserati. on the second floor of the convention center, they are also audis, lexus, lincoln, beautiful cars all over this area here. fearly 30 manufacturers have this car on display. if you can believe it, the bentley that i am in. the $404,000 isn't even the most expensive car they have here. the most expensive car here is
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a lam burr guy knee priced at d lam boar guy knee priced at $540,000. that is a dream car. and there are great cars for as low as $14,000. anyone with a license can take a toyota, chevrolet or ford for a test drive. there really a lot of new models like audi's first all new electric vehicle. talked to a spokesperson who broke down what cars that are trending in the bay area are. >> what we are seeing if terms of trends right now is rectification. more and more vehicles. 25% of vehicles sold in 2018 in santa clara county were either electric or hybrid. seeing a lot more all electric vehicles on the marketplace. midsize trucks are making a big comeback. take a look. i have never been inside a bentley. it is pretty cool. it is beautiful. completely custom handmade car. that is probably why it is so action pensive. this car show is family- friendly, of course. it has been going on since
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thursday. it starts again at sock. so just about 20 minutes. it goes until about 6:00 tonight. adults are 12 tars if you want to get a ticket. since today is family day, kids under 12 get in for free with a paying adult. ask there is just so much cool stuff to see her other. of course, you can't test drive these cars even though we all wish we could. but still a really cool experience. you can come, check it out. definitely the place to be. ktvu, fox 2 news. vied that key right into your pocket. so many things in that building. so many vehicles. if rundown. getting where you node to be shouldn't be difficult. the nonprofit service that is
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getting people to the doctor's office and the grocery store. more on that when they are joining us in the studio next.
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hey, happy sunday. the a blue sky fixed in with all that gray. thank you so much. we are walking on a little bit of sunshine. we have scattered showers remaining in the forecast for today. a little bit more of sierra snow before we finally dry out. i'll have a look at what you can expect coming up. as we get older, we lose some of our freedoms like
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driving. more than a quarter of americans are 65 or older and many need a little help getting to the grocery store or a doctor's appoint. giving that freedom backs to seniors. one of the writers, cynthia whiting as well. good to have you with us. >> nice to be here. >> real nice to have you as bell. and 56 and older. you have to be a resident of the county. also people who are ada- compliant. so disability looks like a lot of different things from some people. don't need transit but they still need help getting to appointments, shopping for food and socialization. that is what we provide. >> we try to make it as i easy as possible.
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for the volunteers, we try to make it as easy as possible as well. that goes on argue website. the day and time. the volunteer opportunity is really easy. >> you have been a part of it for three years. >> that changed your life since you stopped driving. >> oh, absolutely. i have a number of doctor's appointments. through the month. and the care feels so great. you just call up, set your request. and then the driver will call you. if they are interested in driving you. it is very smooth. >> and if you go to a dentist appointment or adoctor's appointment. say it is an hour and a half. do they wait for you? >> sometimes they run errands
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and come back. some drivers like to come in the lobby. >> and but they take you back to your house; right? >> door-to-door service. >> oh my gosh. that is pretty nice. at no fee. and i would imagine you have developed some friendships with some of these drivers. >> absolutely. absolutely. tell us about one of your drivers. >> well, let's see. i have jill hutchenson, and she is an excellent driver. she likes to take me to my appointment. and she is also taken me all over the county. for doctor's appointments, and i have another driver anymored nancy, and nancy will take me to a grocery store a lot. i go to the safeway. >> sure. >> and in red hill plaza. and she'll wait for me. >> oh my gosh. how many volunteers do you have driving? and how many people actually use the care program? >> so we have over 564 riders
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currently signed up and eligible to receive rides on care general pool. we only have 54 drivers. and that is. they are busy. i have been with whistle stop for the last four months. my job has been to raise awareness for the program and try to get more volunteers. out of the 54 that we have to get more than 22 actively drive asking offering rides. >> do you find that your drivers are older folks that are retired or do you get some young folks in there as well? >> we do get some young folks. some stay-at happen home moms that are available. most of the time they are newly retired and actually not that newly retired. there are people that are in their 70s and 80s who are driving and actively participating in the program. they know at some point, they may need carepool as well. so they are paying it forward as they were. >> if someone is watching and
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listening and saying i have some time and would like to help out. what do they do? >> they would just contact us. send an e-mail. that is the easiest way. and we'll send you an application and move you through really quickly. most of the time we can get you out there volunteering and driving. the request is as much as you can give. if you can give one day a month, you'll take it. that is perfect. if you can drive more often, that is wonderful, too. >> anything else you would like to say. i imagine you are very grateful. >> well, i am very, very grateful. i am getting there on time. thes are remarkable. we develop the relationship and i thank them profusely. >> you are not late for your appointment. thank you so much. all the best. and good luck to everything.
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if you would like to give a ride, you can get a lot more information. go to whistlestop. org. you can call the number on your screen. there it is. (415)454-0927. ladies, thank you very much. let's get you weather now. toss it over to rosemay and find out when we are going to get some sunshine. >> i this think we have a little bit of sunshine and into the afternoon. partly sunny. mostly cloudy skies mixed in with the scattered showers. that could bring us rainbows to the bay area for today. getting a lock there as at the golden gate bridge. we started earlier this morning with slick roads. a lot of cloud cover, and take a look now. what a beautiful day. but it is one of those days where we could see a little bit of everything. it is hailing out there. afternoon thunderstorms will be a possibility as we roll through your sunday. early on, we had it widespread. now we are looking at a few sprinkles. it has since dried out over areas where we had a little bit of rain just a few moments ago
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over the hamilton area and into the diablo range. we have seen a little bit of snow and rain/snow mix picking up on just a few bits of pink out there. snow levels were all the way down to 2500 feet earlier this morning. they will continue to climb to 3500 feet a little bit later today. off the coastline it is that center circulation. that is what keeps the wrap around coming our way. we continue to get in and out of the sun and the clouds and the rain. that means the thunder, the lightning, brief downpours. here is a look at the evening hours. we are still with that possibility of a little bit of wet weather here. a little bit of snow for the sierra if you are traveling up. one to two, three inches of snowfall expected for today. there is monday morning. we are going to be dry. we're dry on monday. just a slight chance on tuesday. and then we're dry for a few days. here is a look at what we expect as far as rainfall amounts. not a whole lot.
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a few 100ths of an inch. here is a little bit more. 49 in sack that rosa. 47 in our south bay. 48 san josx 46 for the inner piece bay of livermore. afternoon highs for today. mid to upper 50s. could be breezy at times in and out of the clouds. a few scattered showers. the extended forecast showing you our back-to-work monday. scattered showers auntuesday. a weak system moves through. wednesday, thursday, we are dry. temperatures begin the rebound into the low and mid 60s by thursday. there is still a lot of work to do. they got some games to play. last night's game over the blues. they win it in overtime on this goal right here. more highlights coming up when we come back.
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mayor london breed was among roughly 100 people who came to the ceremony yesterday. several city leaders received combinations from the city. trustee that.
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>> we have a growing population. it is great that it is growing. it wasn't that long ago when it wasn't necessarily growing because so many people were dying because an epidemic. the number of san francisco residents by the lgbtq senior programs has soared more than 70% over the last four years. rid thornton is now 14th overall in scoring ever in the nhl. mighty impressive. tied up at two. this is impressive. kevin will finish this and he finishes the blues with the game winner. sharks take it 3-2. they now have next up,
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minnesota on the rod tomorrow night. some bay area high schoolers are celebrating big state basketball title today. took on colony for the boy's division two title. if cougars control the game throughout. they win it. lots of hugging and jumping going on. 55-40. on the girl's side. tried to battle back from a large deficit in the 4th quarter. just too much, though. they ended up falling 69-51 s. here are the other saturday finals for bay area teams. and beat rolling hills prep. san pedro 70-62. there are your girl's d-2 champion. oakland tech good for them. beat in a big way of onthe tar
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owe. a5-47. the girl's division 49 round goes to oakland tech. so congratulations to all the schools. >> all right. yes indeed. let's talk about our weather. >> yes. >> how about a little bit of everything. we are showers and sun. possibility of thunderstorms. rainbows. snow in some of our hills. as we take a look at our extended forecast. that is all for today. as we get into the monday, we will dry out. mostly sunny skies. 62 the afternoon high. >> for people to go to the sierra because it is finally clearing up. i have some friends this weekend who are showing me some beautiful pictures.
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