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from tran02 news, this is tran04. good morning, welcome to tran04. happy st. patrick's day. >> we will have your weather in a moment. here is what is making news this morning. it appeared to be a car crash, but it turned out to be a freeway shooting. >> this happened on highway for mac. we will tell you with the chp is saying about the investigation. a mother the space that she is sorry but she is worry about sending her son to school because he has been only. it was a ceremonial dance to honor those killed in the new zealand shooting. who came together for this performance, plus the vigils
and remembrances being held around the world and here in the bay area. all that and more coming up. let's head over to the weather. >> it was amazing. it was another amazing day coming our way. temperatures are up by a few degrees, even though we have a mild afternoon, the start in the morning is really cool in some areas. areas that are in the upper 30s yesterday morning and in the low 40s. the temperatures are creeping up in the overnight hours. there staying up. we're getting of you here on what is going on. in san francisco across the bay, we're saying good morning. we have mostly clear skies and a little bit of patchy fog up there. temperatures will continue to climb. but the areas like santa rosa are 40 degrees. the napa airport at 41 develop as well. 46 in san jose. we will look at the 24 hour temperature change.
napa is breaking even this morning. it will remain light around the region. calm conditions for areas on the east bay shore of oakland in the inner east bay. temperatures in the low 70s. areas like santa rosa are expected to go to 74. downtown san francisco is in the upper 60s. low 70s are expected in the east bay. 73 in antioch. temperatures in the 70s here as well. 75 is the afternoon high for san jose. los gatos and 74 in santa cruz. temperatures will hold steady and climb a little bit more as we go into monday before the changes come our way. they are wet changes. i will have details of the rain coming in coming up. we began with developing is after a deadly freeway shooting. we're more on what happened along highway for mac late
yesterday afternoon. callers initially reported a car crash. when investigators arrived, they found bullet holes in the side of the vehicle. this happened north of concord along highway for mac. female driver was killed in her silver honda was hit by gunfire. she crash into the center divider. the calls came in yesterday afternoon. the medics and investigators spent hours at the scene and ended up closing on eastbound lanes at that time. they collected evidence but have not identified a suspect or motive. the name of the victim has not been released. we're live in the newsroom. the number of people who died in the new zealand mosca tax is now 50. officials found another body while removing the victim from the mosque. islamic law calls for them to be cleansed and buried as quickly as possible, ideally within 24 hours. the families are anxious to
begin burying their relatives. some of the bodies could be returned as soon as today. >> we have to be absolutely clear on cause of death and confirm their identity before that can happen, but we are so aware of the cultural and religious needs, so we are doing this as quickly and sensitively as possible. >> 36 survivors, including a 4- year-old girl, remain hospitalized. two of the patients are in critical condition. victim support groups are working with the families help pay for funeral expenses with donations coming in from around the world. a group of new zealand bikers honored the 50 killed with a performance of the tran32, which is a ceremonial dance. traditionally, the dance, in which includes footstomping and powerful armaments is done when
preparing for battle, but it is now used as honoring the dead. in london, refugee supporters marched the city to show solidarity. they call the demonstration stand up to racism. demonstrators also stop in front of the building that houses the new zealand hide commission, which is the ministry of foreign affairs and trade. they are showing support and seal. the muslim community center of the east bay is hosting an assembly in pleasanton. there is a kandolite visible in santa clara university. three people and their dog were found.
the firearm and says the fire broke out in the living or. right now, investigators say that it seems accidental. the fire department says the three people living inside and their dog were able to get out safely. a mother in the east bay says the pittsburgh unified school district is not doing enough to make her son feel safe at school. she says her 7-year-old have been out of school for nearly 6 weeks because he is being bullied and is afraid to go back. we talk to the boy and have the school district response. >> reporter: he is a second grader at stillman elementary. he is polite, athletic, and motivated. his mother says that his behavior changed in early january when she learned from a teacher that he was being bullied. >> she told me that he was kicked in his head and had a tran35 on his head.
>> reporter: he says he's been defending himself against two second-grade boys. >> one time i was just walking and then they came up to me and they push me, so i push them back. >> he had begun to completely shut down. he would be in class. he is an a student. he would not do his work you would just sit there and cry. >> reporter: his mother said she contacted the principal generate 20 that took her son out of school, saying that the principal had no way of ensuring his safety. >> i said what happened when he got the tran35 on his head when he was dragged across the school grounds been kicked and beaten? and he said i dropped the ball and i apologize. >> reporter: she says she was getting nowhere with the district, but was assured by educators that he would save. >> i took it to school and other first weekend, -- i don't even want to say what he called him. the printable is not doing anything to protect the kids.
>> we reach out to the pittsburgh unified school district. they said that the district is aware of the situation and has been working with the family on a resolution. we have no further comment. immediately after, she says she met with the superintendent and the parents of the children involved. a no contact contract is in the work and the penalties offer no protection. >> if he is going to harm my son again, it will be in the cafeteria. >> reporter: justin says he does not feel safe in school. >> i don't want to go back to school because i feel like he's going to bully me again. >> reporter: the other parents have not signed the no contact arrangement yet. he will be returning to school later. happening today, southwest airlines is watching the
nonstop service. there was some concerns about the nonstop flight after they put the fares at $49 one way. they quickly sold out. they will offer flights between oakland and the valley. it is a calling to serve. we will introduce you to a high school senior in the east bay whose dreams of serving in the military is inspiring those around her. a video shows a teen egging a senator in australia. more on the incident and why the senator is so controversial.
she's always dreamed of being a marine. she wants to get back to the country that has given her and her family everything and her story is inspiring those around her. >> it was easy, everyone would do it. >> reporter: the workout is not easy, but being a marine is not, either. >> reporter: just something to prove? >> yes. i never want to give up. >> reporter: they just call her martina. she is a senior and she signed up for the marines last august. >> i am waiting to graduate and kick off the boot camp. >> reporter: these are marines awaiting training. >> they are young men and women in the delayed entry program. and that is a program that we have to get the mentally and
physically prepared in order to start the training. >> reporter: they need to know why the are here, why they want to be. >> what you want to be a marine? when things get rough, what will keep you going? >> reporter: they train at the recruiting office a couple times a week, but this group does extra training across at crossfit. >> it's my opportunity to give back. to help any kind of person getting ready for the military. >> reporter: he wanted to know why the young people wanted to serve. so he offered them scholarships that would allow them to work out here for free, to be considered, they had to write a letter about why they joined and one letter in particular stood out. >> it was raw. >> reporter: it was written by martinez, who read her letter to us.
>> serving the country is never been about metals or ranks. but it's about giving back to someone who has given everything to me. >> reporter: she was born in mexico. her father was working in the u.s. she was just 5 years old when they all got a chance to come to the other states. >> after years of seeing my sisters suffer, we got news that the u.s. would grant us admission to the country that my sister would get treatment after landing. >> reporter: she would get treatment for years to come. >> she came to life with her strong seer spare. she died right after her birthday. >> reporter: for martinez, that means meet joining the military. >> everest out to the air force and the navy recruiters turned
me down because of the status as a ring card holder. >> the only question my mind was, can we do it? >> reporter: her recruiter is not worried. >> she will make it through. >> reporter: the supporters look at the passion and drive. >> reporter: he could not stop thinking about her letter. >> i was blown away. the time that she took to put that letter, that was the scholarship for the whole group. the whole group got it. >> reporter: how can you say no? now they work out here for free. backed by the marines and the community. >> they can feel proud of what they are doing because they know that their community is 100% behind them.
>> reporter: when it gets hard, because it does, martinez thinks about her sister maria. >> i do not feel as though giving up is something that she would do or want me to do. everything is to be able to fight in her memory and to be able to make her proud. >> reporter: it is why she is determined to be among the few, the proud, the marines. she already knows what job she is going to have in the marines. she will be and aviation mechanic. by the way, she officially became a u.s. citizen last month, so congratulations to her. she is very inspiring at such a young age. we appreciate her willingness to serve. >> as though that story could not get any better, that is great. >> she is a remarkable young lady. she has a busy few months ahead of her, but very gratifying ones. >> definitely. that is great.
outside our doors, we're looking at another great forecast when it comes to the sunshine and the mild weather. here is a view of the golden gate bridge. it is another cool start. not as chilly as yesterday morning. temperatures are little above where we started yesterday. we have a view now at storm tracker 2. we do have high clouds that are sweeping across the bay area from offshore and will continue to stream across as we move through today. cloudy and mostly clear. we have some fog developing across the coastline again. we will see a little bit of patchy dense fog for folks and need to be on the highways early this morning. visibility is looking good. as we squeeze there, we can see areas around highway 101, working away toward the bridge, we have some shades of gray there indicating that we could have patchy dense fog. we can see areas like portray us and highway 1 there with the
gray as well. if you are out there this morning, be prepared for that. outside of that, we have another warm day in store. temperatures yesterday warming into the low to mid 70s and the inland communities will be at the hyatt in san jose. on wednesday, which happens to be the first day of spring, showers are in the forecast. that will follow the nice weather here. we're going to continue with a bit of soggy weather as we get into the extended forecast as well. more on that coming up in just a moment. here is the futurecast where we remain high and dry for the next couple of days. tuesday will be a dry day at this point. looking at early wednesday morning. the rain will arrive in the overnight hours. it looks like it will be slick on wednesday. scattered showers in the forecast. a slight chance on thursday. it looks mainly dry. on friday, we will have a look
at friday night. it looks like we could see a view of the temperature is now under partly cloudy skies. fog and 49 degrees to start your day. to the north bay, 41 in napa. 46 in san jose. the afternoon highs are looking good. 74 for santa rosa. upper 60s in downtown san francisco. mid-60s at the coast. in the end inland communities, you are expected to go to 75. 74 in santa cruz. >> that is nice. notice very little change going on. we do see an increase in cloud cover. we will cooldown on tuesday. wednesday looks soggy. friday night into saturday, another round and maybe another after that. >> does april look like a really wet month? >> we know that february was. >> i'm just trying to figure it
out. >> we definitely get a little bit of rain in march and we would like to see a little bit more in april. >> i think the sun did good. i'm good with the sun. >> we are enjoying the sun and the warmer weather. during the government shutdown, without any money coming in, families relied on the local food banks. how this families are giving back. it is free cohen day at dairy queen. the tasty treat that is being served for a good cause.
a new study shows there are more than 100,000 vacant residences in san francisco. that might seem like a lot, especially during the housing shortage, the finance company lending tree says that the san francisco area has a 5.6% vacancy rate, which is below many other cities. for example, the vacancy rate in miami is due to the high level of vacation homes. vacant homes are unacceptable when considering the housing demand. a parking program for homeless people living in their cars will about to start. the lots will be patrolled by security officers and will have portable toilets, handwashing
statements, and taking water. there is also job-training on- site. williams chapel will be the first to open its parking lot this month. a group of colorado lawmakers are hoping to avoid the omissions test. >> reporter: they are suing three of the states environmental regulatory entities to stop the application of californian omission standards on california vehicles. >> other stations are concerned because it is market manipulation. >> reporter: currently all states have a choice. follow federal standards. it was pushed through by democratic presidential candidate john hickenlooper on his way out. >> it artificially changes the price of vehicles because of what government wants us to
purchaser drive. they say that colorado driving cannot be compared to california, considering terrain and weather. >> in colorado, we still 75% truck suvs and about 25% cars. i am very concerned that was not taken into consideration. >> reporter: the president of john elway dealership says that it will be a problem and consumers will leave colorado for their purchases. the trump administration has proposed freezing federal standards. >> what they would love to see a safe all 50 state emissions standards. we're not out of the woods by any means. >> they say that it must be addressed. >> a way of doing that is by encouraging automobile manufacturers to improve in terms of deal economy and lowering omissions. >> reporter: 12 states in the district of columbia follow emissions standards.
officials in colorado are not commenting, citing pending litigation. wednesday is free tran27 day at dairy queen. they will giveaway ice cream cones. this is the fourth year of the event and while the ice cream cones are free, they're asking customers to make a donation to the children's miracle network. they have raised more than $130 million for children's miracle network in the past three decades. the jackpot for next week? powerball will reach five and $50 million. no one matched all six numbers in last night's drawing, but someone in north dakota matched five white balls to reach $2 million. here are the numbers. the powerball is 11. shots are fired on an east bay freeway. what we have learned about what happened, coming up. coast guard families got
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i am in for frank this morning. how about some classic journey song? have an awesome sunday. thank you so much. look at this beautiful view on the golden gate bridge. it is shaping up to be a really nice day. >> i love that picture. i always do. actually, all of the shots on the day like this, we go around the bay area, i think, we are pretty lucky to live here. >> we are quite blessed. for all of you, hopefully you are liking the weather. we have more coming our way as we go into the afternoon today. slightly warmer than yesterday. we will hold on to the trend for a couple of days. as things start to slip again, the scattered showers will remain to the bay area. there is patchy fog along the coastline, seeing some patching dense fog in the north bay.
rightly cloudy skies out there as well. a few high clouds. taking a look at the temperatures this morning, another chilly start. 40 degrees to start your morning in santa rosa. upper 40s in oakland. here is a look at storm tracker 2 where the high clouds are moving across the bay area. we will have partly cloudy and mostly clear skies for today. visibility in areas over the north day and stretching toward the coast, it looks like catchy and dense, squeezing out a little bit closer. you can see the stretch out towards petaluma and novato. this will be with us for the next hour or so and then we will see mostly clear skies as well. here is a view of the afternoon highs. mid-60s in pacifico.
low 70s around the bay. into the south bay, 75 in san jose. 76 in morgan hill. temperatures above the norm as we get back to work on monday. scattered showers in the forecast for the first day of spring. i have details on this in the extended forecast. we continue to follow developing news after she a shooting on an east bay freeway that left a woman dead. we are live in the newsroom in a says that drivers on highway for mac say they begin the investigation. >> when investigators arrive, the bullet holes. this happened along tran16 at the la paz interchange. she crashed into the center divider. they spent hours at the scene and ended up closing all eastbound lanes, but the slow down of traffic in both directions for hours. the lanes finally reopened
after 7:30. the name of the victim has not been released and they have made no arrests. the number of people who have died in the new zealand mosque shooting has increased. 50 are dead. others remain in the hospital and the worst attack in the history of new zealand. they are trying to work efficiently so that families can bury their loved ones. >> new zealand police say that the death toll in the mosque shootings rose again after another body was discovered. >> as of last night, we were able to take all of the victims from both of those scenes and in doing so, we have located a further victim. that brings the number of those who have died to 50. >> reporter: the latest nauman's comes as this country starts to come to terms with the grief and shock of the
shootings. >> the number of injured is also 50. 36 of those remain in christ church hospital, two remain critical. this was the deadliest mass shootings. the shooter opened fire during the middle of morning prayers. he was arrested a half an hour later. her country is focusing on security for all, but especially for muslims. >> the commissioner has advises security from the police will continue on mosques throughout new zealand. until there is no longer a threat. >> reporter: a white supremacist is the primary suspect. he appeared in court on a single murder charge. police say he will face war
charges later. two others were arrested on friday, one with possession of a weapon. both have been released. only one person was charged. >> at this point, we do not believe that they were involved in these attacks. >> reporter: the suspect has been remanded in custody and would be back in court. in a bright show of support from australia, the world famous sydney opera house on victims by projecting a giant silver fern. sales were also lit up. they set a message expressing profound and deepest condolences and some of these. a video showing 18 egging a far right senator was released. he cracked an egg on the side of his head as he spoke. then he turned and hit the team. you can see the scuffle play
out here the senator has a history of making racist comments. he blamed the attack on the country's immigration program. his comments sparked outrage across new zealand and australia. they say that they arrested the teen, but released him without charges. they charge chelsea came clinton of homophobia. >> some students confronting clinton individual in new york on friday night. the video has since gone viral. the students criticize chelsea clinton's denouncing of congresswoman ilhan omar. last month, she made comments critical of israeli lobbying groups. chelsea clinton accuser making anti-semitic remarks. people on other sides of the aisle called it sickening. it and says she is heartbroken
and horrified by the attack. the family of 40-year-old went on a solo snowboarding trip on monday. and he did not come back on wednesday, they reported him missing and they found his body yesterday. >> who will go down in three, two, one. >> schp helicopter carried out two rescues on friday in the tahoe area for injured snowmobilers. the crew wasted and injured woman into a chopper south of norstar and was taken to the hospital with major injuries. following that rescue, the chopper headed south of mount lincoln where another snowmobile rider also suffered major injuries. the man was flown to a waiting ambulance. skeletal remains found last
week in lafayette have been identified. the sheriff's office is a remains are of a 57- year-old man from lafayette. his remains were found on monday off of a hiking trail. the sheriff's office is there are no signs of foul play. sheriff's deputies are searching for carjacking suspects. they released a picture from a surveillance camera of one of the suspects. you can see the dark photo here. investigators say that the victim was taking money out of a wells fargo atm when two men came up with a gun. the suspect and two other men drove off in the victims bmw. they choose them to hayward, but the suspects got away. a green honda may also be involved in the crime. democratic candidate bernie sanders is planning a campaign visit to the bay area. organizers say that the rally is open to the public.
this will follow campaign stops in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada, and san diego. presidential candidate beto o'rourke is also on the road. took place in a st. patrick's day themed 5k race. entered the 2020 presidential race on thursday after months of speculation. he later took time to campaign for the state senate and talk about supporting teachers. >> we say that we support public education and k-12, means getting behind the educators, the librarians and therapist. >> it is st. patrick's day and there are celebrations across the globe. it is no surprise that some of
the biggest bashes are happening in ireland. this is a live video now. this is in dublin, ireland. i want to be there. >> we have green on right now. >> but we're not quite in dublin, unfortunately. >> there is dublin, california. the time in dublin is about 2:40 in the afternoon. there is 20 of time to continue celebrations of there. in the city of dublin in alameda county, closer to home, st. patrick's day last all weekend. kicks off with the annual parade yesterday. it features lots of irish moves it music. thousand people lined the streets to enjoy irish dancers and bands. today there is a festival at the civic center, where authentic irish food, fabric, and toys are center stage. some the people we met say
everyone in dublin feels a little bit irish today. >> i love to see the festivities, the crowds, the children smiles, the horses, just the camaraderie with everybody. >> this is the 35th year that dublin has held its own st. patrick's day festival. 80,000 people are expected to attend this year. one of the biggest st. patrick's day's parades happened in san francisco yesterday. thousands of people turned out to celebrate heritage. people lined market street to enjoy the traditional irish dancers. the prey drew some people from ireland who came just to see this version of st. patrick's day. we actually came over from ireland to see the parade. we're here for five days. took an 11 hour flight to come see it. people are very friendly here. they are very warm towards irish people, which would really like. >> that is true dedication. they expanded the definition of
who is irish. it also featured a pack of irish wolfhound's and the owners, who walked the entire length of the parade. we're about to find out what and who they new stadium will be hosting. more on what is being called revealed we. a mother from the east bay says it has been going on for weeks. why she says her 7-year-old son is to afraid to go to school.
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day today. good morning, we have this picture. she says good morning, ladies! we have plenty of sunshine in store. we have a nice forecast with temperatures in the 70s for some. details on what you can expect. coast guard families relied on food banks but meals on the table during the government shutdown. >> those same coast guard families are giving back to the same food bank that help them during the critical times. >> reporter: they packed up boxes upon faxes of food. food that they had received from the same food bank just a few months ago. >> they gave more than any
other community in the united states to the spouses club. we are overwhelmed by that. we still have some left, so we wanted to turn around and give it back to people with greater need than our community. >> reporter: they stopped receiving paychecks during the 35 day government shutdown. they call the local food banks to get the latest location. but they delivered the food directly to coast guard homes. the government shutdown ended on february 15 and the families began collecting paychecks. >> when they were feeling stable, the first thing they thought about was coming and helping. >> reporter: the families brought with them truckloads of food and volunteers saturday morning to package donations. >> roughly 27,000 meals. >> reporter: is difficult as the furlough was in families, it gave them the opportunity to
be together. >> it is a level of closeness we have never seen. i have sisters for life now. we went through the experience together. >> reporter: they are breathing a sigh of released now that they are getting their paychecks but there is an anxiety that another government shutdown could be coming and if so, the spouses club and the food bank say they will be ready. >> if it happens again, we have learned a lot of lessons. as soon as it happens, we will be there. >> reporter: it is open to volunteers throughout the week. tomorrow, the warriors go for win number 3 in perhaps the toughest road trip of the season. the warriors pounded the former team, the oklahoma city thunder. 110-88. steph curry scored 33 points and that included five three-
pointers. klay thompson and 23 points, including this rim rocking dunk. russell westbrook had a miserable night. he scored only 7 points. he had 16 technical fouls the season. they have beaten the houston rockets, now the thunder, now the san antonio spurs tomorrow. when the warriors opened the chase center in san francisco this fall, they will have more than the nba champs. they will have reveal week. they will reveal eight entertainment acts. there taking part. they are promising top- tier performers for a wide range of audiences. it is a thrill that members of the paradise baseball team will not forget. they played a game at oracle park just like their idols, the san francisco giants.
they lost almost all of their equipment and last year's camp fire. the homes are also destroyed. so they were invited to play a game. they sent a message from spring training. >> in paradise, we know that you have been a lot. we want you to know that the players are with you and the giants community. >> the game was free and the players got a paradise strong t- shirt. >> that is perfect weather for a baseball game. it feels like spring baseball season. we did not have all that rain earlier to dampen the start. now i feel like i'm ready. >> i agree. we have great weather out there. it is a great day for playing ball. it is a great day for celebrating patrick's day. it is a great day to be outdoors. we will have a few of the golden gate bridge. we will have the high clouds overhead.
it is down through the central valley as well. outside of that, we have cool conditions and mild to warm, getting into the afternoon. here is a view of storm tracker 2. we can see the cloud cover there. we also have over portions of the north bay. right along highway 101, also along highway one. we have fog, so please be careful. if you have an early morning commute, you might find some out there. it looks like it could be a little bit patchy and dense. i want to get back to the future because we have rain returning to the bay area. could come just in time for the first day of spring. we are dry today and tomorrow. tuesday, we will see an increase in cloud cover. wednesday morning, it looks like it will creep in during the overnight hours. and the wednesday morning drive like it will be a wet one. wednesday is scattered showers, mainly dry on thursday. the time stamp reads friday.
another system is moving in. looks like it could be a bit wetter and we could see another to follow. get out and enjoy today because next weekend could be a bit soggy. here's the futurecast when it comes through wednesday and early morning. it is looking like closer to one inch in some areas like over the santa cruz mountains, maybe through san jose. this will continue to change. this will be the first opportunity for what weather into the bay area. for now, enjoy the nice dry one. we have 40 to start the day in santa rosa. afternoon highs for today are looking quite nice. 72 in novato. was a sunny skies. 60 for downtown san francisco. 73 in concord and if we shift south, it is 75. 76 in morgan hill.
it is just about perfect to me. as we go into the extended forecast, temperatures will remain steady as we go into monday. clouds on tuesday. >> that is all right, because it will be nice this weekend. >> i cannot really complain about 60s. >> thank you so much for that. tomorrow will mark one year since stephon clark was shot and killed by sacramento police. coming up, more the weekend events and the message of healing.
a 44-year-old man from pittsburgh is on life support after a shooting. it happened at about 1:20 yesterday morning. pittsburgh police say the man had been arguing with his wife right before the shooting. so far, few other details have been released. there is a series of events this week. it is meant to bring the community together to heal. we learn about a mother's brunch in sacramento organized to support women who lost loved ones. >> peace and love and community. that is really why it is important that we do this. >> reporter: just shy of the one year anniversary, community members come together with the
clark family to show support and offer ways to heal. >> we have a working with the family for the entire year. they have become family trust. >> they been dealing with the family to help deal with the loss. the mothers need to know that they are not alone. >> a lot of our mothers in our community have lost their sons and their daughters. it was really important that from stephon clark's mother's standpoint, to make sure that other mothers were here and were brought together so that they can share their experiences. >> we're out here to support. >> reporter: she is one of the 75 guess. she said she felt it was important to shop for the clark family and other families who have lost sons and daughters, to let them know they are not alone in their
healing. >> just doing things in a more positive way. support one another. >> earlier this month, the district attorney announced that no charges will be filed against the officers who shot and killed stephon clark. the shooting happened as sacramento police were looking for someone suspected of breaking car windows. he was shot and killed after officers say they miss took his cell phone for a gun. the freeway was shut down for hours. we will have the latest what happened. it is finally happening. the first southwest flight takes off this morning. more the big sendoff, coming up.
we have jeff on twitter requesting this song. beautiful day. he says it is a nice irish tie in because of course, u2 is a nice irish rock band. i am tran09. >> and i am tran10. it look like a normal car crash but it turned out to be a freeway shooting. it happened on tran16. we will tell you with the chp is saying about the investigation. the seventh grader has missed the last six weeks of school. he says he is being bullied. as we have the responsible school district. in just three hours from now, southwest airlines will be open from honolulu for the first time. >> we will be watching this. i've been watching this.
local travelers have been waiting for this for years. it is changing the game out to the islands. we will talk more about that and the timing of when we fly into each bay area airport. santa cruz is sunny and 70 or. we have great weather coming away. enjoyed yester, you will enjoy today. tomorrow is looking just as good. but it is sunday. it is sunday fun day, so we will have a look at the golden gate bridge. it is not quite as chilly as it has been in recent days. temperatures are up by a few degrees. that is after they afternoon highs come up. partly cloudy at times. the drift on by. we are seeing that this morning. we are seeing some fog. we have a look at sfo. we
should not have any troubles. it is starting out 41 degrees. oakland at 49. livermore is 42 and 47 for san jose. here is the view of storm tracker 2. you can look out your window and see the beautiful high clouds drifting on by. it is not a big deal. we're seeing a little bit of trouble. fog along the north bay along highway 101. less than a quarter-mile around zero in some areas. then we have the stretch there as well. pay attention if you're going to be out and about early this morning, you might come across of patchy fog especially over the north bay valley locations and it will be with us for the next hour or so. temperatures are slightly warmer today than yesterday. 75 in san jose. low 70s in oakland. upper 60s in downtown san francisco.
festivities will continue to for st. patty's day. just as nice tomorrow. we will cooldown on tuesday. the rain will arrive on wednesday. the details a coming up. we begin this hour with developing news on an east bay freeway shooting. what was originally believed to be a crash on highway for mac was actually a deadly shooting. that is when a driver reported seeing a silver honda. when the chp arrived, they found the woman dead inside the car. later come the discovered that there were bullet holes in the driver-side door. the woman's name is not being released, but she was from antioch. anyone in the area who saw anything is being asked to call the chp. the prime minister of new zealand is calling for stronger gun laws after 50 people died in two shootings in tran24.
officials found another body while removing the victim from the mosque. islamic law requires the body to be cleansed and buried as soon as possible after death, preferably within 24 hours. the police are trying to work quickly and thoroughly so that the bodies can be returned to the families. some the bodies could be returned today. >> we have to be absolutely clear on the cause of death and confirm their identity before that can happen, but we are so aware of the cultural and religious needs, so we are doing this as quickly and sensitively as possible. >> 36 shooting survivors, including a 4-year-old girl, remain hospitalized. two of the patients are critical conditions. there raising money to help pay for funeral expenses, with
donations coming from all around the world. a group of bikers honored the victims by dancing the tran32, a ceremonial dance. traditionally, the dance, which includes foot stomping and powerful arm movements, is performed by men preparing for battle. it has also become a sendoff for the dead during the funeral. refugees and supporters marched to show solidarity with new zealand. demonstrators also stopped in front of the building that houses the new zealand high commission, which is the ministry of foreign affairs and trade. more vigils being held in the bay area to show support. they are hosting a remembrance
ceremony at 3:30 today in pleasanton. there is a candlelight vigil in fremont, that is at 6:30 tonight. there will be another candlelight vigil held tomorrow night at santa clara university. there is a vigil there at 5:30 again. three people and their dog are without a home in san lorenzo. it was reported at 11:30 friday night at a house on drew street. the fire broke out in the living room. right now, investigators say that it seems accidental. the people living inside and their dog were able to safely get out. a mother in the east bay says the pittsburgh unified school district is not enough to keep her son safe at school. he is a second grader. his mother said his behavior change in january after teacher told her he was being bullied.
she contacted the principal and took her son out of school because the principal had no way to ensure safety. >> i said, what happens when he got the tran35 in his head when he was dragged across the school ground? he said, i dropped the ball and i apologize. >> one time, i was just walking and they came up to me and push me, so push them back. >> they said in a statement that the district is aware of the situation and has been working on a resolution. she says she has met with the superintendent and the parents of the children involved. she said a no contact contract is in the works, but she is worried that the penalties of raking the contract will not be enough. a man shot by las vegas police has died. he was armed with a gun. when he approached a poker game
monday night and amanda money. they say he ran outside and tried to project someone who had just been to the valley area. that is when the officers confronted the man. he then shot and injured one of the officers and another fired back. the injured officer was treated and released. veterans in southern california are sentenced to 10 years in prison in iran. michael white was arrested in july in the second-largest city. according to the associated press, he was charged with insulting the supreme leader and posting private information online. his mother said he flew to iran last year to see his girlfriend and had a plane ticket back to the u.s. his lawyer accuses the government of using them as a political pawn. a new bill in arizona could have a lower minimum wage for students. the state senate is expected to vote on the youth employment act. would allow employers to pay
less than the minimum wage of $11 per hour for full-time students under 22 years old. it could pay as low as the federal minimum wage. >> i would rely on the job for the tuition, because it is me and my mom. if it was to go down to $7.25, i would have to find multiple jobs, not just one. >> we have a minimum wage that is 50% higher than the federal minimum wage. that prohibits small businesses and businesses of any size from hiring folks that do not really have any work experience. >> the bill narrowly passed last month. the passes the state senate and is signed by the governor, it is expected to face several legal challenges. men in arrest in an atm skimming ring. they found devices in a bank in february and similar devices in fulsom and reno.
30 people have had their account information compromise. they tracked down the suspects through a rented car they were using. happening today, southwest airlines is launching the nonstop service between oakland and honolulu. the first flight to hawaii leaves in about four hours. they put a few tickets on sale for just $49 each way. they quickly sold out. they were hard to find if he didn't look within the first couple of hours. next month, they will offer flights between oakland and maui and we will be flying out of san jose early in may. there will be a lot of fan for this the first flight coming up in the next hour. we will be at the oakland airport for the sendoff ceremonies. i'm looking forward to seeing that. should be good one. it is a tribute to a
good morning, we have a beautiful look of the golden gate bridge. sounds like julie wants to ride in a little red corvette. >> my goodness! it doesn't even have to be read. it is give me anything like that. >> make sure that you pack the sunblock. plenty of sunshine today. temperatures as warm as yesterday. i have details, coming up. of the big bash all across ireland continues at this hour. >> people from all around the world are there for st. patrick's day. the beer is flowing, the music is a letter, and the fun is nonstop. this is a live picture from dublin as the revelers are enjoying themselves now and among the crowd is a traveling expert. >> it is st. patrick's day and what better place to celebrate than in ireland?
gabe, you are in dublin in the heart of it all. what is going on out there right now? >> is there better place to be then dublin city on st. patrick's day? this is the second largest in patty's day parade in the world. it literally has just come to an end. we have a couple of live shots here along the parade route. if you've been to dublin, we are right on o'connell street, which is a great thoroughfare that cuts through downtown dublin. it will then go to trinity college before it basically comes to an end here in a couple of minutes. i have million people descended onto the streets of dublin and lined the parade route this year. the theme was storytelling, honoring the literary heroes of ireland. it was filled with several u.s. marching bands and marching bands from all over europe as well, it was a really spectacular pageant, that they
call them, or the floats, honoring the literary heroes. this is the eighth year out here covering the parade. it never disappoints. it was one for the record books again with record crowds and spectacular energy in the air. it is about 37 or 38 degrees right here in dublin. it is a bit of a breeze coming in. the skies remain blue, that has kept everybody smiles on saint patrick's day. >> we love your outfit. you mentioned that it is cold. you have a scarf and a jacket. very festive. what is everyone else out there wearing? what is most interesting thing you've seen someone where? >> this is a global phenomenon. here we are celebrating saint patrick, ireland's patron saint. it is a five day festival ends tomorrow. monday is a holiday here because nobody wants to get up early after st. patrick's day.
it is amazing how many visitors we have from america and europe. there is the greening initiative in the 10th year. the international terminal at sfo today, one more than 450 locations around the world, going green for st. patrick's day. 70 million people around the world, 35 million in the u.s. claiming some degree of irish heritage. although this is a local parade but what we're having all over ireland, at its core, the people realize this is an international party. you can feel it hear the air. you can hear it on the streets and it is a really cool place to be on st. patrick's day. >> you have traveled all across the world. where does ireland rank on the coolest places you've ever been? >> it's right up top. i have to say, i have my friends at tourism ireland right here, so i feel compelled but we come out here several times a year and i was here last month and back this month. we're covering some of the culinary revolution that are
happening in ireland right now. there some great stories going on there. so what is happening is that a lot of this is traditional in the culinary scene, distilleries, history, literature, it is all getting a modern spin as you get a new wave of chefs and artists and writers. we see the people realize it is happening. they make a trip out here to ireland. 2019, were expected to set visitor records out of the u.s. to ireland. their festivals being organized on almost a weekly basis around ireland. basically as a reason to entice people to come out here i want to put it on top there,. it is number 1. >> it is really cool. looks like so much fun. looks like the clouds crowds are very excited. i celebrated it in chicago
once, but i think ireland has it beat. >> that is pretty cool. >> we have a great job. >> i think gabe has a great job. >> that we should switch. >> we can switch a little bit for st. patty's day. >> we can't complain. we have a great weekend in terms of whether. >> why would want to leave this weather? it is gorgeous out there. we have a look across the bay. a little bit of patchy fog out there this morning. high clouds rolling on by as well. temperatures are slightly better than yesterday morning. it was quite cold for the inland communities well into the 30s yesterday. we started out right about 40. you might not notice so much. temperatures a slightly warmer. as we go into the afternoon, also slightly warmer. you can see how we have the high clouds there. we're also dealing with a little bit of
fog and it looks like it is right over areas of the north bay and stretching along highway 101 as well is highway 1. if you do have an early morning commute. for today as well as tomorrow, temperatures are back into the low to mid 70s for some of the inland communities like san jose and los gatos expected his 75 for the second half of the day. tuesday into wednesday, temperatures are falling off once again. by wednesday, was also the first day of spring, we will have showers in the forecast. it could set up a soggy start. the next possibility is coming in for the weekend. here is a look at the futurecast bottle when it comes to rainfall amounts. take me through thursday or so. anywhere from 0.5 inches up to one inch. we're going to continue to track this because yesterday looks way less. showing us anywhere from .25 inches to .5 inches. keep the umbrella with you because you will need it, wednesday.
if you are stepping out, you might need a jacket. 43 degrees at this hour. 41 in santa rosa. upper 40s to low 50s and 49 in oakland. 50 degrees at sfo. along the it's a, we have 42. 46 in montero. we have 40 for half moon bay. it is a little bit chilly,. closer to the water, we have 68 for downtown san francisco. if you like it even warmer that, head to santa cruz. 76 for morgan hill. the extended forecast is slowing it out for you there. temperatures do not change a lot going back to work on monday. the clouds on tuesday with a cooldown and a wednesday and thursday. it will return to the bay area
where we see another round friday into saturday. >> i'm focusing on today. today is warm and nice and i don't want to think about it. >> that is always good advice. the time is 8:21. the south bay film festival. how women are making their mark on many of the films being screened. it is the birth that has captivated audiences from around the world.
today is selection sunday in the men's college basketball tournament. st. mary's college will be one of the schools going. they receive in automatic invitation. they have won 7 of the last 8 games. san jose will be hosting one of the rounds of the tournament. usf should be picked to play in the 32 team and i.t. the mid-women's tourney will be announced tomorrow. stanford is expected to be a number 2 seed and we are expected to host some of the early rounds. they are still looking to clinch a spot in the playoffs after suffering their first back-to-back home losses. there playing catch-up for the
entire game what could be a preview of the playoffs. san jose kept a close, trailing to buy this one late in the second period. he tied it up, but the sharks were not score again. national scored twice in the third and goes on to win 4-2. a critically engager and species was recently seen in the forest and a sugarcane field. they are category 1 species under the wild animal protection law in china. the setting could be a good indicator of the increase in the population. fans of april the draft can rejoice because she gave birth to a male calf. people are following april the draft on social media and animal adventure park in new york and also facebook, welcome to the world, little one. the birth was live streamed. she was in labor for one hour and 40 minutes. she is now the mother five. there will likely be a contest
to help name her baby. many southwest passengers have been waiting for today. the first flight goes to why. how there hoping to bring low fares across pacific. we're learning more about bike safety improvements. legal experts weighing in on who could be responsible for a crash on howard street. why are all these business owners so excited? we're going to comcast. it's ahead of the game, ahead of the curve. it's going to add to the productivity of our business. it's switch and save days at comcast business. right now, get fast, reliable internet for $49.95 a month and save $600 a year.
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thank you. this is in honor of her song. it is a nice day. i am smiling so much, because i want to go outside and it is so sunny and beautiful. >> we have to remember the folks that don't like the sun. some people love the rain, they love the fog. we're not forgetting your. >> it seems that we will have a lot of people complaining. >> i do want to have a complainer. >> we are going to hear a lot of allergies these days. will go from flu season to allergy season. you're right on the button on this one. we saw tree starting to bloom. we got into the sunshine and dry warmer weather. everything starts to bloom and so do the allergies.
it is coming your way. we will remain with a dry pattern in place. but we do have rain coming back to the bay area. if you enjoy the rain, we have that in store just in time for the first day of spring. for today, 60s and 70s again. 65 to 75, maybe even slightly warmer than yesterday. the view here shows us that there are high clouds overhead. in addition to the high clouds, we're dealing with a little bit of fog and it looks patchy and dense along highway 101. that goes all the way down to petaluma. that is over towards highway 1 along the coastline. be careful if you have a early morning drive and getting out and about along the highway floor, we have some thick fog at the moment. we're looking at temperatures slightly better than yesterday morning. a cool start in north bay locations. we will shift to the inner east bay and show 47 in concord.
upper 40s to start the day around the bay. 49 in oakland. 45 in redwood city. mostly sunny and slightly warmer today. take a look at that. mid-60s in pacifica. low 70s around the bay. temperatures are just as nice tomorrow, perhaps slightly warmer before we begin the cooldown. the rain will move in by wednesday. i have details coming up. new zealand's prime minister is promising stricter gun control measures after friday's massacre. nearly all the public comments support the decision. police say 50 people are dead and 36 others remain hospitalized in the worst attack in the history of new zealand. report that officials are trying to work efficiently so that families can vary the loved ones. >> the death toll in the mosque shootings rose again after another body was discovered. they now believe that a lone
gunman carried out the shooting at two mosques in the city of christchurch. >> we were able to take the victims from both of the scenes, and in doing so, we have located a further victim. so that brings the number of those who have died to 50. >> reporter: the nuts what comes as a country starts to come to terms to the grief and shock of the shooting. there dozens injured, including a child. >> i want to say that the number of injured is also 50. 36 of those remain in christ are's hospital. two remain critical. >> the gunman opened fired at a mosque in the middle of morning prayers. he then continued his deadly rampage. he was arrested half an hour later. the new zealand prime minister
says the country is focusing on security for all, but especially muslims. >> they have advised that security will continue at the mosques throughout new zealand until it is deemed that there is no longer a threat. >> a 28-year-old white supremacist from australia is the primary suspect. new zealand police say he will face more charges later. two others were arrested on friday, one with possession of a weapon. they have since been released. only one person was charged with firearm offenses. >> at this point, we do not believe that they were involved in these attacks. >> reporter: the suspect has been remanded in custody and will appear again a court on april 5. a great show of support from australia. the world-famous sydney opera house honored victims by projecting a giant silver fern.
the sales at the opera house were also lit up. they sent a heartfelt message him half of his country to new zealand and expressed profound and deepest condolences and sympathies. video showing a teen egging a far right senator in australia's make its way online. you can see the teen behind the senator. the senator turned and hit the team, then the rest of the group asked to put the teen in a had law. the senator has a history of making racist comments. on friday, he played the attack in new zealand on the country's immigration program and his comments sparked outrage across new zealand and australia. they arrested the teen who ate the senator, but then released without charges. they are accusing chelsea clinton of islamophobia after her response to the attack. >> this right here is the result of a massacre.
>> some students confronted her individual at new york on friday night. this video has gone viral. the students criticized her announcing her denouncement of congresswoman l hahn on ilhan omar. clinton says she is heartbroken and heartbroken by the attack in new zealand. skeletal remains found last week by a hiker have been identified. the sheriff's office is the remains are of a 57-year-old who was reported missing in january. his remains were found on monday on a hiking trail behind elementary school. the sheriff's office says there are no signs of foul play. san mateo county sheriff's deputies are searching for carjacking suspects. authorities released a picture from a surveillance camera one
of the suspects. you can see it on the screen there. investigators say the victim was taking money out of a wells fargo atm on friday night when two men came up with a gun. the suspect and two other men drove off in the victims bmw. green honda may also be involved in the crime. new this morning, legal experts saying that it is unlikely the prosecutors will file charges following the death of a cyclist in san francisco. he was traveling west on howard street in the bike lane when a driver in a parked car opened the door, which forced her to swerve into traffic. the truck then hit and killed her. the cyclist legal group tells the examiner that cases of cyclists being hit by doors are rarely prosecuted. the mayor says she wants to do more to make streets safer for cyclists. police say seven people were cited or arrested this weekend and it dui checkpoint.
police say a total of 833 cars pass through the checkpoint. two people were arrested on suspicion of dui and five people were cited for driving without a license. of leo family is mourning the death of an average snowboarder found dead in the lake tahoe area. the family says he went on a snowboarding trip on his own on monday. the reported missing when he did not return on wednesday. the ski patrol found his body in a tree well later that day. officials say the high snow levels have created treacherous conditions for skiers and snowboarders. >> off the ground. >> continue to hold. >> a chp helicopter carried out two rescues for injured snowmobile members. they wasted an injured woman onto the chopper and then she was taken to the hospital with major injuries. then the chopper headed south
of mount lincoln and that is where another snowmobile rider also suffered major injuries and that man was flown to a waiting and bills. the city of hillsboro is suing the owner of what is known locally as the flintstone house. town leaders say that owner violated local codes when she added dinosaur sculptures the backyard. they say she did not get a permit to make the changes in the new decorations create a public nuisance. the bright orange and purple home is visible from interstate 280 from crystal springs reservoir. the owner is not commenting on the lawsuit. happening today, southwest airlines will make its first flight from the u.s. mainland to hawaii. it will take off a little bit later this morning. we have elissa harrington life for us at the airport where the flight is getting a special sendoff. these folks who meant to be on the plane were cook quick to
book. >> they were very quick. >> reporter: some of the lucky ones got the $49 flights. i checked a few hours afterwards, but i cannot find any. i want to show you what is happening here in the checkout area. their balloons and hibiscus flowers decorating the walls. what you get past security, their hula dancers and traditional hawaiian music. all of this is going on to give passengers heading to paradise a little taste of the aloha spirit before the flight takes off. the flight is scheduled to land in honolulu. in april, they will also have flights from oakland to maui. they were offering those flights with deals as low as $49. before the flight departs oakland, there will be a traditional hawaiian blessing of the aircraft. there also be a ceremonial water arc. southwest will begin service to maui in april and flights out
of san jose to hawaii begin in may. a little bit later this morning, we will go through security and see a little bit of the celebration that is happening. i am sure that people heading to hawaii are very excited. southwest is obviously very excited and trying to have a fun kickoff for all of the folks heading overseas. i am jealous. >> i am so jealous. exactly what she said. if you have a $49 ticket, good on you. you are lucky. popping up to address the bay area homeless problem. how the parking sites can help. coast guard families relied in the support of the local food banks. how they are now giving back.
and request. we're getting the sunday five going. here is a view of the golden gate bridge. any way that we look at that bridge, does gorgeous. >> temperatures are in the 60s and 70s. we will have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood and when the next rain is expected to arrive. coming up. during the government shutdown, coast guard families relied on food banks to put food on the table. the same coast guard families are giving back to the same food bank that help them during a critical time. >> reporter: 40 people packed up a boxes upon boxes of canned foods to feed the less fortunate, all the same food they had received from the same food bank just over a month ago. >> marin county and the bay area at large, gave more than any other community in the united states to the spouses club. we are overwhelmed by that. we still have some left and we wanted to turn around and give
it back to people in greater need than our immunity. >> they stopped receiving paychecks during the 35 day government shutdown. local spouses clubs call the area food banks to find the nearest locations, but the san francisco food bank instead deliver the food directly coast guard homes. the government shutdown ended on february 15, the families began collecting paychecks. >> when they were feeling stable felt like things were good and on track, the first and he thought about was coming and helping. >> reporter: the families brought with them truckloads of food and volunteers saturday morning to package donations. >> 27,000 pounds and 27,000 meals. >> as difficult as the furlough was on families, brought the community together. >> you get to a level is miss i've never seen. my husband has been in almost 23 years and i have sisters for life now. just because we went through
this experience together. >> the coast guard families say they are breathing a sigh of relief now that they are getting paychecks and there is still anxiety that another government shutdown could be coming. if so, the spouses club and the food bank say they will be ready. >> it happens again, we have learned a lot of lessons. the san francisco food bank and others have said as soon as it happens again, we will be there. >> reporter: it is open to volunteers throughout the week. tomorrow, the warriors go for a win at number 3 on perhaps the toughest road trip of the season. kevin durant is resting his sprained right angle and warriors are still playing and successful against his former team. it was one of the most impressive with this season. steph curry scored 33 points. you can see this dunk right there. westerberg have a dismal night.
picked up his 16 technical foul, that is a one-game suspension. on the road trip, they have beaten the houston rockets, now the thunder, and they face the san antonio spurs tomorrow. when the warriors open the chase center in san francisco this fall, they will have more than the nba champs. tomorrow, executives will hold a news conference for what they call reveal week. they will reveal it entertainment acts or events coming to the chase center. the warriors owner is taking part in the announcement while the team has been keeping a list of entertainers hush-hush, the warriors are promising top- tier performances for a wide range of audiences. members of the paradise high school baseball team will not soon forget. they played a game at oracle park just like the san francisco giants. they lost almost all of their equipment and masters camp fire. the homes of some of the players were also destroyed. the giants invited the paradise high school team to play game
and then buster posey sent a message from spring training. >> paradise, we know you've been through a lot and we know will be a long road to recovery but we want you to know that the players are with you and the giants community is with you. >> the game was free and they also got a paradise strong teacher. the 29th annual film festival wraps up today in the south bay. kicked off two weeks ago in the california theater in downtown san jose. it keeps the value the evolving each year. 256 films are being screened at this year's festival. it seems a pretty cool place to go. maybe check it all out. >> there's a lot of fun stuff to do in the bay area right now especially as we head into warmer weather. the list of events just keeps growing. >> you want to be outdoors for
this. we're looking mostly sunny skies and a cool start to the day. things are going to warm up, giving you look there at the golden gate bridge. we are taking a peek at alcatraz as well. this a little bit of fog out there this morning. mostly clear skies for your afternoon. high clouds rolling over the bay area this morning. we can see those continue to drift as we get into the bay area. here's a look at the temperatures right now. there slowly beginning to fall out. temperatures are not quite as cold as yesterday morning. a chill in the air. areas over santa rosa reporting or 21 degrees right now. areas and oakland are 49. san jose is 47. look at the areas going by. there no delays according to the weather and that is going to continue for today with high and dry conditions expected. here is a view of storm tracker 2. these are the high-level clouds moving through the bay area. for joining us, we have fog to contend with along highway 101 as well as highway 1, seeing
some fog there. looks like it could be a little bit patchy and dense. for the afternoon today, back into the mid-70s for the warmer locations. areas over the south bay in santa cruz. we hold steady through monday and then the pattern starts to change. there's increase and clouds on tuesday and then rain is expected on wednesday. the first day of spring 2019. here's a look at the futurecast. notice it as well to the north of us and i will continue to be that way for the next couple of days. the ridge of high pressure is locked in over the area. it will begin to shift. breaks down and allows the wind to shift. take a look a friday night and there is even a wetter chance of storms. they say that chance heading into your weekend.
we could see another inch or so. sees good news, because we need spring showers. oakland is 71. berkeley will be 71. it will be mid-70s into santa cruz. the extended forecast is showing temperatures nice and mild for tomorrow. tuesday, we will begin to see numbers fall off, as well as the increasing cloud cover. rain chance on thursday. friday looks like it will start dry and that it will begin to transition as we get into the evening hours. >> 16 isn't very bad. >> it is not 75. >> it is. >> everything is relative. a college admission scandal has shocked many parents. will he or won't he?
bernie sanders is planning a campaign visit to the bay area. he is set to arrive at a rally. it is open to the public. this will follow campaign stops in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada, or san diego. presidential candidate better work is on the campaign trail as well. he took part in a st. patrick's day themed 5k race in iowa yesterday. the former congressman entered the 2020 presidential race on thursday after months of speculation. later he took time to campaign for a iowa state senate candidate and talk about supporting teachers. >> we need to make sure that what we say that we support public education, pre-k-12, it
means getting behind the educators and the librarians and therapists and bus drivers. >> a number of other democratic candidates are in the state of iowa, including senator kristin jill a brand and cory booker. >> i have the most progressive record for anyone who would run. the former vice president had a difficult time during a speech. joe biden has not formally addressed his candidacy. >> today is patrick's day but the celebrations do not want to wait until today to start. the city of dublin and last all weekend.
it featured a lot of irish music. thousands of people lined the streets to enjoy the irish dancers and will bands. is a festival the civic center were authentic irish food, fabric, and toys will be on center stage. everyone in dublin feels a little bit irish today. >> i love to see the festivities, the crowd, the children smiles, the horses. just the, artery with everybody. >> this is the 35th annual festival. we are in in our green. >> i'm wearing dark green, you have better green. >> they're both good. it sounds like southwest airlines is getting ready to fly to hawaii today. 's protests out of control. other french president begins
there it is. a little journey is always good to hear. it's good to hear journey any morning. kelly sent in this request saying this is for my brother karl. i met her the other day on a quick stop and she says that karl is a huge fan of mornings on 2. we definitely appreciate them tuning in. >> good morning if you are watching right now. happy sunday to all. welcome to mornings on 2. it is st. patrick's day. i am claudine wong. >> and i am sara zendehnam. frank is off today we will have the weather in just a moment. but this is what is making news this morning. the college admission scandal is shedding light on how some parents are going to extraordinary lengths to get the kids into top schools. dozens of people facing criminal charges and we will talk to an expert about how competitive the college admissions process has become. it is a stressful process for
parents and we will tell you how to help navigate it. and then two hours now, southwest airlines flies for the first time. it is a major development that travelers have been waiting for years for. also, northern california is a strong reputation for wine, but not about she is? >> cheesemakers are going to share what the area has to offer. we will have the artisan cheese festival. >> that sounds tasty. >> i hope we get samples. >> i hope so too. was talk about the weather, because we still need april showers, i suppose. we have a great day in store. >> we do not want to let the state go without getting outdoors and enjoying the sunshine. there is so much nice weather. mid-60s the 70s for the afternoon today. here's a look at the golden gate bridge where we have a
little bit of fog this morning along the coastline and the inland communities. patchy and dense. the visibility has improved. we will check about a moment. we have high-level clouds streaming across the bay area. temperatures this morning are in the 40s for most. santa rosa is 45. napa's reporting 47. i see a little bit of a chill, but not two bad. there are a few high clouds moving through the bay area will continue to do so for today. mild temperatures for the second part of your day. along highway 101, the visibility is down to 0 in some cases. it looks like it is improving some, but not just less. you could find some near petaluma. you could find some along the coastline. could be very thick if you have an early morning drive.
68 in san francisco. low 70s from the bay. mid-70s in san jose and the inner east bay. temperatures will be nice getting back to work on monday. it will begin to cool on tuesday. details on the extended forecast, coming up. we begin with developing news on a freeway shooting. the chp reporting that what was believed to be a crash near port chicago highway was a deadly shooting. investigators were called to the area shortly before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. they saw a silver honda hit the guardrail. another caller said that the car ended up on a offramp. when chp arrived they found the woman inside the car dead. they discovered loopholes in the driver-side door. woman same is not being released, but they say she is from antioch. anyone in the area might have
seen anything, is being asked to call chp. the prime minister of new zealand is calling for stronger grandmas after 50 people died in two mosques in the city of christchurch. there has been a steady stream of mourners going to the moss. today, they found the 50th botti when they were removing bodies from the moss. the muslim faith requires that the bodies are washed and buried as quickly as possible, preferably between 24 hours. some of the bodies could be returned today. >> we have to be absolutely clear on the cause of death and confirm their identity before it can happen, but we are so aware of the cultural and religious needs, so we are doing this as quickly and sensitively as possible. >> 36 shooting survivors
including a 4-year-old girl, remain hospitalized. two of the patients are in article conditions. they are receiving donations to help families pay for funeral expenses. the call the demonstration stand up to racism. they filled the streets between the most recognizable areas. demonstrators also stopped in front of the building that houses the new zealand high commission. mortgages are being held in the bay area to show support to new zealand. the muslim community center of the east bay is hosting a reasonable remembrance or money. there is a candlelight vigil in fremont at 6:30 tonight and another candlelight vigil tomorrow night at 5:30 at the campus of santa clara university. a navy veteran from southern california has been
sentenced to 10 years in prison in a wrong. michael white was arrested in july in the second-largest city. the associated press reports that he was charged with insulting the supreme leader and leaking private information online. his mother said he flew to run last year to see his girlfriend and had a plane ticket back to the u.s.'s lawyer accuses the government of using them as a political pawn with the u.s. president trump announced that the u.s. was withdrawing from the nuclear deal two months before he was arrested. the cleanup effort underway in france after protests from violence in paris. yellow vest protesters such a bank with an apartment building above it on fire. the government estimated the turnout at about 10,000 people yesterday. what is left of the people who took part of demonstrations in november. they began four months ago as partisan fuel taxes and income inequality. they say that they will make a
strong decisions to prevent more violence. a study shows are more than 100,000 vacant residences in san francisco. what might seem like a lot, especially during the housing shortage, lending tree says that they have a 5.6% vacancy rate, which is below many cities. for example, miami has a 70% vacancy rate, likely due to the number of vacation homes there. the study suggest that the low vacancy rate is the sign of a healthy economy, but affordable housing group say that vacant homes are unacceptable when you consider the housing demand. a safe parking program for homeless people living in the cars is about to begin. to open up for church lots in oaklands where people can park for 90 days. the lots are going to be patrolled by security officers at night and will offer portable toilets, handwashing stations, and drinking water. there will also be job training offered.
the baptist church in oakland will be the first open the paper parking lot to the homeless. there's already a service between hawaii and the u.s. mainland. the fight leaves oakland airport in a couple of hours. ktvu's elissa harrington is at the airport where there is a special ceremony going on. >> reporter: i wish i had been able to be on this flight. but there a lot of excited travelers. with a governing is that is not just people from the bay area who are excited to go to hawaii. 20 people from all over the country who flew here because they want to be part of this inaugural flight. they said it is like being part of history and they also say that they want to be part of the party. as you can see, we have traditional hawaiian music and some who were dancing. let you listen for just a moment. ♪ ♪
>> reporter: just let you know, we are at this out west to get counter. the some of the travelers are being met with before the hop on board the flight. cemented, by meeting people who are so excited to be part of the first flight. there is one man who brought a bag of macadamia notes that they are planning to pass on to other passengers. he gave me one of them and he put the date on the top, so he said it is like a keepsake. a lot of people are treating this as an adventure. something that they want to be part of. i do get a chance to speak with a family from las vegas. it would be great to hear just how excited they were. >> we spent a lot of time on the internet looking and waiting for it to come up.
>> we had a funny feeling that might be an interesting party today. it might be the best flight of the century. we have done 30 southwest airlines launch cities where we arrive or depart in the first flight in. my wife and i have flown to every single city that southwest airlines flies do. >> asked if you happen to work for southwest and he said he does not. he is just a big fan of flying. today's flight is scheduled to land in honolulu. the airline will begin flights from oakland to maui. they were offering deals as low as $49 one way. some people got a great deal. there will be a traditional hawaiian blessing of the airport as well as a ceremonial water arc. selfless will also begin offering flights out of san jose, beginning in may.
what a party! that is so cool. >> 9:00 in the morning. thank you. young bear cubs were found separated from their mother. how ranges are trying to find out who may be responsible for orphaning the cubs. in the college admissions scandal has stunned parents of high school kids. some discussion about how competitive the entire admissions process has become and what you can do about it.
a good morning. that is picture-perfect. we are getting a look across the bridge into san francisco. we're saying good morning to claudine and sara. in addition the, happy birthday to john, who turns 55. the temperatures are going to not be 55, but how about the 5 to 75 your afternoon today? i have the numbers for you and the extended forecast, coming up. it is 9:14.
when the college admissions scandal broke, reactions are pretty swift and strong for people and parents across the country. a lot of people talked about being angry that the people accused that got into the side doors. but it shed some light on the stressful, ultracompetitive process of getting teens into colleges. here we have the founder of a silicon valley coaching company. >> this process has really changed over the years from when i was applying to school. i went to ucla, do not remember being as stressful as it is 14 today and their families. >> absolutely. it happened over time. if you look at the numbers, the admission rates are at 5%. it was only a few years ago at 9%. if you look at the utc system, there peeking right now at two
2000 applications every year. it is highly competitive. people are trying to stand out and get them. >> we're not trying to justify anyone spending $200,000 to cheat or fake profiles, but i think, when our parent supposed to do in this process? the children have over 4.0, they have really high scores on the act and sat another told that they might not get them. we don't even know how to define this anymore. we have the ones that we hope to get into. that a couple that we should probably get into. i think it's hard to define this. >> absolutely. there is no shame in asking for help. hiring and admissions consultant is like hiring a athletics goes for your child. what these parents it was like giving them steroids. set high expectations and understand that it might not work out. and be your authentic self.
being vulnerable and willing to talk about the challenges. sometimes the admissions officer , because of how competitive the processes, they want to look at the vulnerable human being behind it. if you're involved in an extra curricular activity, is it to check a box or is it because of a genuine interest in this? >> you are a college admissions counselor. people will come and say, how do i get through the process. >> we did little bit of prep before after school, we didn't really pay extra money. how much are people really paying for help? obviously can help, but did they need that? is that a must have to get into schools these days? >> is a must-have?
no. you do this yourself. there are hard-working people out there fill out the forms and they did it all themselves. but there are others who need help. it is just the nature of deadlines and has essays. parents are not in this process day in and day out. but the college admissions counselors are. we help you brainstorm and strategize. some people have a lot of things to say but not enough space to tell the stories and others, it's the opposite. they are introverted and they start brainstorming and we want to figure out the stories that they have. >> what is the range of what they're paying? >> between $6000 and $10,000. sometimes a ridiculous price tag. >> i think you should ask yourself why you are paying this. i think what is fair is between $6000 and $10,000. we do have pro bono programs for underserved communities.
>> that is a lot of money. that is a significant commitment. and you still cannot guarantee that you will get into stanford or into any place. >> there is no guarantee. in life, there is no such thing as a guarantee. if someone is guaranteeing you something, there is something fishy going on. you are paying for the time of the advisors and for the handholding process. >> there's something people cannot afford that. they look at and see if i have the extra money, i would do that, but i cannot do that. do think the numbers have grown because of the universal app that has come on where you can apply to so many schools a one time? what led to this evolution of so many people applying? >> i think if you look at society, we have more and more first-generation college students. the aspiration of an education that is already there. the generation has changed. people understand that education is important. they tried to attain the high
degrees because i ink that if you look at social media, you have to the status of a good. need to win at all costs. i think that is a pressure. most importantly, the pressure comes from the parents. not so much from the child. the child is just a product of the parenting. >> have you had parents tell you or ask if you can do this? can you help cheat the system? >> sure. we believe in honesty and integrity, but we have received anonymous requests asking if we are ghostwriters. but we always say no. >> it will say here's my child's essay, make it so good that i get it. >> they should understand that it does not depend on one essay. it is a holistic process. just shows how desperate they are to get in. >> you to say you don't do that. >> do you hear about companies that do? we hear about william singer and people ask, is this an anomaly of the rich and famous who can pay $200,000 or $5000?
is this a problem industrywide where it is a big issue? >> of course. i think i would love to believe that it does not happen, but it does. and i do know other providers who do this. who are unethical. he went to the extent of being completely illegal against the law. but there are other unethical players. again, we believe in honesty and integrity. we don't do those practices, but i do know of other agencies that do a number of things that i do not agree with. >> i don't think we should be agreeing with that at all. thank you so much for coming in. it is a very stressful process for parents. when i talk to parents, they will say will be just fine. it will be just fine. >> it is okay. thank you so much for coming in. rosemary, our weather will be just fine as well, right? >> if it's a little chilly now,
things will be just fine as we get into the afternoon. mid-60s if you enjoy that type of weather along the coastline. if you like it warmer, head over towards los gatos. maybe san jose. how about santa cruz. we have high clouds across the bay area and this could continue as we get into the afternoon. it is moving through, providing us with a little bit of soft sunlight at times and another court gorgeous day. the temperatures this morning a little bit warmer. we will look at the current conditions in just a moment. let's talk about the pattern we will see today and moving forward. then we will come back and look at the numbers and the end. mid-60s long the coastline for today. mid-seventies inland. as you get into the bay area on monday, and i love change going on. we have a cold on tuesday with an increase in cloud cover. by wednesday, the first day of spring 2019, scattered showers in the forecast.
here's a look at the futurecast model. the time staff reading is right around 8:00. this is slowing down from yesterday. we will continue to fine-tune it through thursday. looks like the commute could be slick. wednesday, scattered showers, and thursday looks like a mainly dry day. late-night friday into early saturday, we will take a look at that. another system that will roll through. we could see one behind that. we are dry and mild for today, but that could change for next weekend. get out and enjoy what you have ahead of you. we have temperatures beginning to rebound as well. 45 degrees right now in santa rosa. 51 for downtown san francisco. it is creeping up a little bit from earlier. 51 right now in san jose. the afternoon highs for today are going to be nice and mild. warmer than yesterday for many locations. a lot of low 50s to start your day. we have areas all reporting 53. the festivities continue in dublin for today.
we have areas right around san rafael. head towards san francisco and the downtown area 68 with mostly sunny skies. the east bay shore is low 70s inland. 72 for pleasanton. 76 for morgan hill. the extended forecast will not have a big change for monday. you will need the umbrella on tuesday. i was using it to shade myself yesterday. >> i like to have a son umbrella. >> perfect. we can take it to the beach. it is pretty big. we have been looking forward to this all morning long. a preview of the 13th annual artisan cheese festival. there are tasty treats to satisfies your cheese cravings.
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today, they are hosting a shave a on. it is for the brave the shave. more than 150 people registered and eventually left bald. one participant says he has been growing his hair for 2 years and this was the perfect time for a makeover. >> i signed up. i talk to all my friends and i talked to my company. i raise about $5000. i have been growing my hair for 2 years. >> they host the events across the country. it has raised more than $2 million for children's hospital. the jackpot for the powerball drawing will reach $550 million. no one matched all six numbers including the powerball.
someone in north dakota did match five white balls to win $2 million. here the numbers. you can take a look at your screen. if you purchase a ticket, pull it out right now. many southwest passengers have been waiting for this day. the first southwest flight heads to a white today. how the airlines is helping to bring low fares across the pacific. >> and how they town is reacting after the landmark flintstone house has made very big changes.
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. good morning and welcome back. i love the vibe that we are getting with all of these songs this morning. it is a gore girl party. renie says i love the all girl crew this day. >> we do as well. we miss frank, but we had are having so much fun these past couple of days. >> good morning! thank you for chiming in and joining our party. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. >> and i am sara zendehnam. it is a nice to have you here.
rosemary is looking at the temperatures. she is delivering the forecast that i like. not too hot not too cold. >> we have everything, so no one can be mad at us. if you like the rain, it is coming back. there will be a little bit. >> you cannot get mad at this view. this is gorgeous. there's a view into san francisco. we have blue skies with a little bit of fog this morning. that is clearing up. visibility is a lot better than where we were a little while ago. we will check in on the visibility map and just a moment. there will be some fog and a few high clouds moving overhead. here is a view of san jose. 51 degrees. low 50s in oakland. 47 in napa as well as 45 for santa rosa. temperatures are beginning to come up. we started out cooler this morning. they will continue to sweep
across the bay area. 60s 70s for the afternoon. here's a look at the visibility. we had a little bit of trouble earlier this morning from novato towards petaluma. goes to the coast, we had some trouble there. mostly clear and mid 60s. low 70s around the bay. low 70s inland. emotional going to be in san jose. 75, your afternoon high will be there. getting into the bay area monday . rain arrives a wednesday. details in the extended forecast coming up. mourners are gathering outside the two mosques in new zealand where the victims of a devastating shooting were praying on friday. they remain hospitalized in the worst shooting attack in new zealand's modern history. officials are trying to work efficiently so that the families can vary their loved
ones. >> reporter: museum police say on sunday that the death toll rose again when they found another body when they were clearing out the mosques. >> they were able to take the victims from both of the scenes and in doing so, we have located a further victim. that brings the number of those who have died to 50. >> reporter: the latest, comes as a's country starts to come to terms of the grief and shock of the shooting. they say that there dozens injured, including a child. >> i want to say that the number of injured is also 50. 36 of those remain in christchurch hospital. two remain critical. >> reporter: the terrorist attacks of the deadliest mass shootings in new zealand modern history. the gunman opened fire.
he then drove across town where he continued his deadly rampage. he was arrested half an hour later. news inland prime minister said that they are focusing on security for all, especially the muslims. >> they say that security from the police will continue at the mosques throughout new zealand and until it is considered a longer threat. >> reporter: a white supremacist from australia's the primary suspect. he appeared in court on saturday morning when he had a single murder charge, but he will face more charges later. to others were arrested on friday, what with possession of a weapon. they are both since been released. only one person was charged with firearms offenses. >> at this point, we do not believe that they were involved in these attacks. >> reporter: the suspect has been remanded in custody and will appear again in court on april 5. a bright show of support
from australia. the upper house projected a giant silver fern. the sales were also lit up. the prime minister sent a message in behalf of his country to new zealand, expressing profound and deepest condolences and sympathies. tomorrow, will mark one year since stephon clark was shot and killed by sacramento police. there are a series of events this weekend meant to bring the community together to heal. we learn about a mother's organization designed to support women. >> peace and love and community. that is really why it is important that we do this. >> reporter: just i have the one year anniversary of the death of stephon clark, community members come together with the clark family to show support and offer ways to heal. >> we have been working with the family for the entire year. they have become family for us.
>> reporter: jacky rosen has been helping the clark family deal with the loss for the last 12 months. she helped organize this mother's brunch to remind the community that juan guaido's mother and other mothers who have lost a child to, needs to know that they are not alone. >> many in the community have lost her sons and daughters. it was really important that stephon clark smothers standpoint to make sure the other mothers are here and brought together so that they can share their experiences. >> did not jefferson was one of the 75 guests who attended. she said it was important to sign up for the families. to let them know that they were not alone in the healing. >> we can come together and do things in a more positive way and support one another.
earlier this month, district attorney announced that no charges would be filed against the officers who shot and killed stephon clark. police chased him into his grandmother's backyard where he was shot and killed after officer said they mistook his cell phone for a gun. state fish and wildlife officials say that they found some bear cubs. they had no signs of their mother anywhere nearby. the ranges are looking for any information about the cubs found your state route 96. wildlife officials think that the mother may have been killed and the cubs left alone. there taken to a resource center and they hope that they will be able to return the cubs to the wild when they are older. the city of hillsboro is suing the owner of what they call the flintstone house. they say the owner violated the
codes when they added a driveway sign that reads "yabba dabba do". the home is visible from interstate 280. >> i tried not to laugh there that. but i do think it was funny. >> happening today, some passengers are preparing to head to hawaii on southwest airlines. we are live at oakland international airport were passages a getting ready to board the first flight from the mainland to honolulu. you still have dancing behind you. it is a little bit of a party out there. >> reporter: it is definitely a party. the passengers are getting a little bit of the aloha spirit. there is some traditional hawaiian music meeting
travelers a check in. i've met people all over the country who actually flitter because they wanted to be part of the inaugural flight. into this. >> we had a funny feeling that there might be an interesting party today. it might be the best flight of the center. we have done 30 s. west airlines watch cities when we arrive or depart of the first light in. my wife and i have flown to every single city southwest airlines flies to. today's flight will land in honolulu. initially, southwest was offering deals as low as $49 one way. some people got a really good price. there will be a traditional blessing of the aircraft today as well as the ceremonial water arc. one thing i want to show you is that people are joining
from all over the country. one man brought all of these macadamia nuts. he brought an entire bag of the that he plans to pass on to other passengers. even wrote the date on the top and says it is a keepsake is a lot of folks who are flight into you say it is being part of history and they want to have little tokens to remember today. >> that is so nice of them. >> my mouth is watering look at the macadamia nuts. the camp fire left the paradise baseball team without a place to play. the giant to step in to help. the many different varieties are up for testing in next weekend's arts and cheese festival.
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in california has established a strong reputation for wine and cheese is not far behind. next week, some of the best cheesemakers will be participating in the 13th annual california artisan cheese festival. to give us a taste of what is to be expected, we have a founder and president of valley ford cheese and creamery. thank you for joining us. >> for people who had never been to the festival, i am one of them, i know that there is a lot going on there. walk us through what people can expect. >> it is amazing. it is one weekend once a year that happens and it is really to showcase california cheeses and it brings artisans of cheesemonger's, winemakers, distilleries, everything gathers together in one room. the events happen throughout
the weekend and they have tours and you can actually go to the website and look at the tours available. >> what kind of towards other? >> he will visit various farms and some restaurants are preparing meals. it is really to get in touch with the food, the area, the cheesemakers, i just have that personal experience. >> it is a nice hands-on environment. i believe there might be some cheesemaking in there as well. it is just to celebrate the arts and she is is out there. >> we have our own display of jesus here. can you walk us through what we are looking at here and then, is is going to be the festival? >> this is one of many artisan cheeses that will be there. our cheese is a farmstead cheese, so it is artisan, but what makes it a farmstead is the milk source from our cows,
so we have been in the business for about 100 years and making cheese for about 11 years. >> that is impressive. >> my son is a cheese maker now. he studied. so, we will be featuring our cheeses but we will also be doing one of the tours and we will be hosting a lunch and bringing a winemaker in to talk a little bit about that as well. these will be here. >> what are we looking at here? >> these are all of the cheeses and i will walk you through. the goal is the flagship case. because my family makes cheese and switzerland. so this cheeses in that family. it is a nutty swiss when it is young, but one gets older, it is pretty amazing. it is almost like a parmesan.
it actually won the state cheese composition. >> this must be really good. >> there has a little bit of age to it. and then, the highway cheese is more like a fontina, then we also have a gorgonzola. >> we have a new cheese that is a farmer's cheese. it is lush and creamy and milky. it could go sweet or savory. there is a little bit tart or it could actually be eaten on a cracker with a little bit of honey. >> us if you have some crackers here and some nuts and fruit. this is the best way to pair the cheese, i would assume. >> it is. there is a cheese board. when it is really well- balanced, you will have a lighter flavor. we don't know who is going to
be tasting the cheese. this is a nice way to have some of the bigger cheeses. you can just put some nuts there. >> so they're going to be about 2500 people, from what i understand, and they will trial the cheeses. >> it is amazing. funny cheese and busiest out there, and wine and anybody that loves to get in and meet the artisans themselves, the marketplace is antacid. they also have some evening events as well. so there's a new one this year in the new location. it is cheese booths. there is a lot. >> it's a lot of fun, because i don't think you can put anything there. >> i eat cheese with everything. i love cheese. >> it is fun to see what the
chef and the cheesemonger's are going to come up with. it is a lot of fun, because we will give them that she is that we have paired with the chef and then they will make an amazing creation out of it. >> i'm looking forward to it. very exciting. thank you so much for joining us and bring all the cheese for us. i will be nibbling a little bit later today. >> definitely go to the website. >> thank you so much. the california artisan cheese festival takes place march 23 and 24th at the event center. as well as other locations. to get started $50 for adults willing to where to get the tickets at ktvu.com under the web links. this cheese look so good. >> i'm jealous. i'm sitting over here, thinking i could have some. >> all right, rosemary has left the building. she is heading over to a new location for st. patrick's day.
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film meets technology. two and 56 films are being screened at this year's festival. today is selection sunday in the ncaa men's college basketball tournament. st. mary's college will be one of 68 schools going to the big event. they received an automatic invitation by shocking the number 1 ranked team in the country, gonzaga, when the conference tournament. have won 7 of the last eight make games. it is a thrill that members of the paradise baseball game will not forget. they played a game just like their idols, the san francisco giants. they lost almost all their crib in the masters camp fire. the homes of the players will also destroy. the giants invited paradise highs to play game against the neighbors. the giant star set a
message from spring training. >> i think it will be a long road to recovery, but i wanted to know that our prayers are with you and the giants community is with you. >> the game was free and fans got a paradise strong t-shirt. both schools enjoyed themselves. >> it is a lot of fun being in the big leagues and playing that game. absolutely. the clinched the spots in the series. they were playing against predators it could what could be a preview of the playoffs. they are about to tie it up for them. that was that. it goes on to win 4-2. they host the golden knights tomorrow. there picked to play in a team.
meantime, the women's tourney will be announced tomorrow. stanford is expected to be a number 2 seed. cal and uc davis are also in. today's impact extended this a great day to be out and about. rosemary is joining us from an irish pub just down the street. how is it going? i can hear the music already. >> the weather is great. we will get to that in just a moment. we are right here in the area. we're at one of the bars here. for one of the people who don't know, this is how we say "cheers ". that is what they are serving here. this is going on all day long. this is the second annual block party going on here. if you look behind me in this direction, they are getting ready to set up or are getting ready to set up at 10:00.
>> i am trying to call jackie over. she is the owner. here she comes. she is going to give us details on the big celebration. happy st. patty's day. >> all the action. tell us what is going on. >> i have the second block party. we had the first one last year. we were not open the long. this year, we know a little bit more about what we are doing. we have moisture outside it we have bands from 10:00 until 6 pm. we have adult beer pong. we have two different schools of irish step dance that is coming. we have a type player. it will be opening up here at 10:00. >> thank you so much. it is going to be a big celebration out here if you're
going to be out and about today, we have great weather and store. let's look at what we can expect . temperatures in the low 50s. as we get into the afternoon, we're talking about mid-60s to mid 70s around the area. inland, will be along the sure. we will have areas in the south bend area. santa cruz has mostly sunny skies. we will hold on to weather for the next couple of days. wednesday is the first day of spring. we're looking at showers in the forecast. i'm sending it back to. >> we were losing your signal for just a second. but then you launch back in. thank you for joining us this morning. all the latest new developments will happen on ktvu.com and on ktvu. specifies to have here.
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