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>> reporter: that's right, the special counsel's report has been delivered to the attorney general. he will be reviewing the report with the deputy general and special counsel mueller starting perhaps this afternoon because he told members of congress that they may be able to learn some principal findings in this report as early as this weekend. in a letter sent out to house and senate judiciary committee leaders, attorney general william barr says he, quote, maybe in a position to advise you of the special counsel principal conclusions as soon as this weekend. there's also this key raise. no evidence will overstep or actions blocked. and will be seen as good news for the white house, a senior department of justice official telling fox, quote, special counsel mueller not recommending any further indictments. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying in a statement
he hopes barr will release as much information as possible and, quote, i sincerely hope you will do so as soon openness transparency as possible. washington's top two democrats also pushing for transparency, saying it's imperative for mr. barr to make the full report public and provided underlying documentation and findings to congress. >> attorney general barr must not give president trump, his lawyers, or his staff any sneak preview of special counsel mueller's findings are evidence, and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings are evidence should be made public. >> reporter: in addition to the special counsel's investigation, there is another probe by the u.s. attorney's office in the southern district of new too could have some legal jeopardy for president trump. live at the department of justice in washington, d.c., ray bogan, fox news. >> now white house press
secretary secular sanders said in a tweet a look forward to the process taking its course. the white house has briefed on eric swalwell echoed thiments, the american people spoke loudly and clearly last november. we choose a power balance over an abuse of power. >> joining us now is brian sobel. obviously when the news came out today that this report was delivered, the big question here is, of course but many are saying. how much of this report will be made public, what should and can be expect to be rejected? >> will be rib acted as probably any confidential information. and there may be determinations made it people's name show up, if they were just looked up and they were not part of an investigation. those names may not appear as well. but overall, this report is going to be very interesting reading because if you will recall, it started as an
investigation of russian interference in an election and morphed, like these things often do, into another topic, which was whether there was russian collusion with the president of the united states and his apparatus. >> and we know the house voted in favor of showing the report. the president said i want the full report out there. we will see how far that goes. the attorney general barr, he wrote a message to congressional leaders today saying i want to talk to you guys. if we could possibly go over what's in the report. how would that be presented? is that going to be in a public forum, questions and answers, will the public be able to see it? >> no, i would think the first document that would arrive is a summation of the major findings of the report. that will be presented to the leadership probably of the senate and house. i don't think there's going to be wide distribution of that, but to the appropriate people. and that of course will ak out immediately, and we'll probably know by sunday early t
congress. what the highlights are of this report. and i would add, by the way, you are right. i mean everybody is saying hey, release the whole thing. and you are seeing people try to get out in front of the story by saying release the whole thing. well, nobody is arguing that, including the president of the united states. we don't know when that evidence will be available to the president, maybe we will put some breaks on some stuff. >> this has been ongoing. if this report finds no collusion, this is not the end a potential leader because robert mueller cannot look into personal finance and business things like that. >> wait for the report to come out because there may be pieces of the report that are very damaging. maybe it did not result in concluding that there was collus for trump, family members, and others. we just don't know yet. >> some people who are
supporting the president says this report shows the present was not indicted. there's no collusion, but no one has seen the report yet, so no one can actually say that yet. >> timeout, weight. >> brian sobel, political analyst, thank you so much. stay with ktvu and ktvu.com for more coverage , including my political reaction. follow us on twitter and facebook for details when we learn the content of the mueller report. some violence on board a bart train. service has been restored and oakland fruitvale bart station after a passenger was stepped on a richmond bound train as it arrived in the station.other. the suspect still at large tonight. the victim was taken to the
hospital with what bart said are nonlife burning injuries. bart closed their fruitvale station around 3:20 this afternoon while police collected evidence. the station reopened to service around 5:00. in santa rosa, north bend 101 is closed because of a chp is calling a major collision . you can see helicopter on the roadway from this picture tweeted about offices. this is at the geyserville exit, and traffic is being detoured off the highway there. the estimated reopening for the highway is about 6:30, we will update you if that changes. a boy on a scooter was hit by a car this morning well on his way to school in the east bay. the accident happened in clayton and mitchell caney road and four oaks lane just up block from mount diablo elementary. as henry lee tell us, parents call this a dangerous intersection. >> reporter: the surveillance video shows hit by an suv went on his razor scooter. in the upper left corner, you can see williams helmet moving through the trees. on the right-hand side of the screen, this what suv is heading towards him but can't stop in time. >> this is a very big interception. >> happen 730 friday morning on mitchell cannon yelled and four oaks lane just amount diablo
elementary school. kids and parents often cross the street here, like this woman is doing, even though there's no crosswalk. after the boy was hit, neighbor chris callahan rushed outside to help. >> i was basically holding his hand, waiting for people to get his parents to come out, and the school authorities and paramedics and stuff to show up., paramedics in clayton police showed up on the sheen. william was airlifted to children's hospital and oakland. he will stay up there as a precaution. >> reporter: the clayton police chief told me the woman driving the suv stopped after the crash and will not be cited. callahan said at least five kids have been hit by cars in the past 15 years. mitchell canyon if you fight big rigs heading south to a quarry, and wanting traffic quickly backs up and that direction. kids think it's okay to cross, but then i hit by cars. >> this view was but for whatever particular reason. kids are popping out either running across the street or, you know, they are scooting
across the street. >> it's a very dangerous three. i don't know the crossing guard would necessarily be the answer for it. i don't really know what it is, but i just feel horrible for the parents as the kid who it was. >> reporter: the mount diablo unified school district said we are working with the police department to assess traffic activities. if we need to do anything different or extra to what we do as school start and end. i also spoke with the mayor of clayton. she tells me she will be working with the police department and school district is the if any added safety measures are needed for this intersection. in clayton, henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news. is a new call to close and fence juvenile hall. three supervisors, hillary ronen, shamann walton and matt legislation calling for the facility to be closed by 2021. the supervisors say the city is spending $30 million a year on the juvenile hall, which is consistently up to 75% empty.
youth crime has dropped dramatically over the last decade, and because of that the ordinance called for the opening of a much smaller facility focused on rehabilitating young offenders. on oprah the four" on 2, we talked about support of the legislation. >> it does not create the rehabilitative or supportive and healing opportunities that young people need who are often acting out from trauma. >> supporters of the legislation also cite figures showing a racial disparity among the young people who are incarcerated at juvenile hall. more than half of the young people are black, while they make up just 5% of the city population. we have details on the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. the court had determined that. and alcohol use. the official cause of his deata cocaine. adachi also had a heart problem that contributed to his death.
adachi died in february after experiencing a medical emergency in his apartment on telegraph hill. he was 59 years old. governor gavin newsom declared a state of emergency to speed a fourth management ahead of the wildfire season. as christina rendon reports, the governor's order allows fire official to bypass and bimetal regulations to clear dead trees and vegetation more quickly. >> i think this is the right thing to do because this is a sense of urgency and anxiety. >> reporter: governor gavin newsom declared the wildfire emergency speaking from lake county. he's waiting protections under the california environmental quality act are cequa to speed up the process of clearing the trees before the next fire season. >> we will be thoughtful about these prescribed burns , we'll be thoughtful about the impacts we will have on the environment, but we a way that and year cequa process. >> reporter: cal fire said they fight and 535 high-priority projects covering 94,000 acres
. fire officials would need to get approval from the state environmental protection agency before work could begin to clear dead vegetation. newsom is planning to spend $15 million for emergency preparedness. but some environmental groups say waving environmental rules could have consequences in the future. a statement from the center for biological diversity says locking based strategies have failed to keep californian say. the governor should reject his doomed destructive approach and direct funding proving fire safety strategies as retrofitting homes and approving defensible space around them. >> we still need to have findings for gndreg clements s newsom is planning to streamline fire mitigation is a good start. >> with the rain and growth of firing fuels, we expect up above average season for potential fires and coastal california. >> reporter: the lab works to develop new techniques to monitor fire in california.
newsom says he's aiming to be proactive rather than having to respond to another devastating fire. 1.9 billion acres burned last year. more than 20,000 structures destroyed, and 100 lives were lost. >> we've got to step up our game. there dare i say, get our act together. 2017 was the worst fire season in california's history, until 2018. we can't allow 2019 to maintain that status. >> reporter: christina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. more economic growth sent stocks lower today. we will be joined by a financial expert to explain losses on wall street. a man charged with killing a santa clara county paramedic learned his fate today. what it was a second trial in the case. weather still tracking some moderate, even rain across the bay area this evening. coming up, we will let you know when the rain moves out and
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points to close the week. decline of less than 2%. the nasdaq dropped 196 points, a drop of 2.5%, and the s&p was down 54 points, just under 2%. the yield on the 10 year treasury bill landed below the yield on the three-month, which is a signal the recession could be coming. >> much of what they really mean for you here. 20 to talk about the stocks is james mcbride with the mcbride group. so what we are talking about here, interest rates, and talk of a recession. can you break down in layman's terms what the user watches? >> what we like to think it is is we invest our money in a longer period of time, we get a longer rate. that is what is known called a yield. the three-month treasury had a higher rate than the 10 year. that is kind of crazy. >> the opposite of what normally happens to keep the economy going. >> that is called an inversion, that a yield group has inverted, and inverting yield curve is also a sign of recession. not always, but the flipside of it, every time there has been a
recession and has been preceded by an inverted yield curve. >> so we see that sign that a looming recession could happen. that kind of what sparked those fears. what does this mean, and when can we see same thing like this, what should we be doing to get ready? it's even scary to even have to think about this. >> is always something positive in any kind of the market, so what happened today with the interest rates going down, the bank stocks really got killed, okay? by the same token, utility stocks went up, and the housing market had its best month and 11 months because the interest rates went down, and the 10 year is tied directly with mortgage rate, so it made buying a house more attractive, so if somebody once said there's a bull market somewhere? >> somewhere in the middle of all that.
some drill down to this. again, this inverted part here, even though it's happening it's an indicator. every recession has been preceded by this, but it does not mean that a recession is coming, but that is what shook investor today. >> the old saying is that the inverted yield curve has predicted nine out of the last five recessions. >> but it is something to pay attention to. >> very important. >> we will peek into what investors look into on a daily basis to identify our economy. james mcbride with the mcbride group, thanks so much. well, weather, we've been talking about some moderate to heavy rainfall across portions of the bay area. kind of kicking up once again late this afternoon and into the evening hours, and the numbers are not extreme , not big amount, but they are still adding up. be a extra careful on the runways. be taking a look at some of the titles. san francisco .34, oakland 0.21 and not nearly as much action approaching the south bay. palo alto 0.6, and showing you this. the satellite and radar, the loop over the past few hours.
we had some i show activity this morning and a little bit of a break, and things ramping up once again late this afternoon and into the evening hours. as we come in closer, here are some of the coverage especially up in portions of the north bay. santa rosa last hour pouring some heavy rainfall. right now just a steady rain as you can see from santa rosa approaching portions of napa county. moving the maps around here, we have one cell from belmont standing across the bay outward union city, right around san leandro in hayward, we have somewhat coverage, and still saw the coverture from dublin, pleasanton, livermore. moving the maps closer to the south bay here and some action to showing over the santa cruz mountains, morgan hill, and gilroy. here we go closer to san jose reporting some rainfall. current wind speeds, thankfully we are not talking strong wind, but there's a bit of a breeze. no wind advisory in place, but sfo, that the southeast wind 12 miles an hour.
it's gusting to 17 in half moon. we are holding onto cloud cover and some rain in the forecast. the forecast for the coastal hills could be over an inch. mostly area neighborhoods will fall between 0.25 to 0.75 of an inch. look what happens. big changes tomorrow morning. those rank kick on outcome and saturday we are expecting cortland county skies by the afternoon homore systems and th to trial next week. the judge case rejected a defense motion to dismiss the case against derick almena and max harris. the two men face 36 counts of involufire that happened back in december 2016. defense attorneys argued potential evidence was dumped or destroyed and debris from the warehouse was cleared away. a man charged with killing a santa clara county paramedic in oakland hill six years ago was sentenced to 25 years to
life in his second dropping a 34 yield quinn bowyer was shot and killed during a robbery attempt in 2016. the first trial of christian burton in 2015 ended in a mistrial. according to sources there, there were doubts he asked to pull the trigger. barton who was 16 at the time was convicted of first-degree murder in the second trial in october. another teenager involved was found guilty of first-degree murder, and four others entered plea deals. a bay area company, tech company teaching the employee self-defense. >> if someone tries to confront me on the streets on they get a little too close to comfort, i will know how to get them away. >> and you will learn more why the company feels employees can benefit from the skills you. a second day of first-round games for the ncaa tournament. later in sports, who likely busted your bracket.
we've all heard about them right? tech companies offering equal benefits for the employees. check this one out. >> and bay area companies are providing an unexpected part. it's all about instilling confidence while learning to defend themselves. >> set up and kick. >> reporter: self-defense courses are becoming commonplace in tech companies.'s plant is preparing its employees to defend themselves when they come under attack. >> the managers want you to take it and encourage you, and
also just feeling that empowerment. >> reporter: violent attacks like this one last december our concerns were many employees. at spluck, they want their workers to feel safe and empowered . for the past you have, the company has provided self-defense courses, and with growing interest classes are getting bigger and participants say the skill sets their learning are priceless. >> it's someone tries to reet a they get a little too close for comfort, i will know how to get them away. >> we never want to get into a physical altercation, but if that is the last resort, then we need to teach people to defend themselves. >> so you are walking. how was that? >> a kind of attitude the adrenaline rush. >> reporter: the three hour class go through a variety of scenarios, which company leaders hope eases their minds but also build self-confidence. it teaches basic skill to defend and get away. the scenarios are based on real
life situations. >> it's definitely a little more realistic than you would think going into oh, you're just like learning, you're training. so it is a little scary. >> i think i need more training to feel like i am you know, prepared for anything, but i'm definitely more prepared than i was this morning. >> reporter: spluck is now offering classes bimonthly and expanding a globally. 's self-defense on the workplace. next , tacking on another toll to a major bay area for affair. how much it wasn't cost you across the iconic: gate bridge. a celebrity chef alex waters is proving that farm to table is possible in school cafeterias and richmond.
the report to release the congress and the public. in a letter to members of congress, barr said he would release mueller's principal conclusions on russia's interference with the 2016 election as soon as we can. today governor gavin newsom declared state of emergency to speed up in order to allow fire officials to bypass environmental and other regulations a clear dead trees and verite to of it's deadly is the most destructive wildfire seasons in 2017 and 2018. the mount diablo unified school district says it's looking into possible changes at an intersection and clayton were a child was hit by an suv not near mount diablo elementary school this morning. the 10-year-old boy was riding his scooter. there's no crosswalk there, neighbor say at least five children have been hit by cars in the past 15 years. the boy was taken to ucf benioff children's hospital and we are
told he will stay there overnight as a precaution. you are watching ktvu fox 2 news at 6:30. you will soon cost you more to cross the golden gate bridge. >> they approved a series of toll hikes over the next five years. as rob malcom reports, the first increase comes this summer. >> reporter: >> it's kind of a hit for the average american worker to have to pay them just across the bridge every day. >> reporter: like it or not, the golden gate bridge told is going up as much as $9.75 as its highest point. >> if you compare the nationwide, it's pretty excessive. >> reporter: the bridgeport the of directors voted 15-1. patrick users will see an increase of $.35 a year to $8.75. people build by invoice will be paying $9.75, and one-time payments down from eight dollars to nine dollars by the year 2023. >> they can reduce the increase that they charge tourists who ride their bikes over the bridge maybe just $.50 or a but. >> reporter: the toll rate remains low as for patrick
users who make up 85% of drivers. the bridge district says revenue will go towards capital projects where they have a $75 million need. >> the money is going towards our seismic retrofit of the golden gate bridge which is very important to do. we are spending money on her suicide determine. >> reporter: the board approved funding for better transit services like the ferry that is swamped with the man. the bus and their trips take 20% of traffic off the bridge and reduce congestion, but some commuters say at what cost you point >> is available bridge. i know it's coffee to upkeep, but they can do it for less. >> reporter: at $9.75 at a tire point, you will factor in 2340 annually to your commute. the districts that they've looked at every option , and held months of public discussion, and they've offered another way to enjoy a smoother ride. >> there are other option than driving, and we've got really excellent accommodations both on our bus and ferry system. >> reporter: and the bridge district say as the fair goes
up, so do the tolls. in san francisco, rob malcom, ktvu, fox 2 news. a driver after bags of marijuana fell from the back of a truck onto i-80 and oakland. chp posting on twitter this polite caption. it reads this. roses are red, violets are blue. you spilled weed is green, and we have a citation for you. there you go, marijuana a legal business by the way, but the driver was cited for legally for littering. students in one east bay elementary school are eating fresher, healthier school lunches under a new pilot program. as rob roth explains, this could be a model for schools throughout the state. >> reporter: it is lunchtime at fresno elementary school in richmond, but the lunches here are unlike any others you are likely to find them most other
public schools in california. >> i love the cornbread, i love the broccoli, i personally love everything. >> we have chicken drumsticks with beautiful barbecue sauce, cornbread, carrot salad, fresh fruit launch, so it's apples, pears, kiwis, everything local and seasonal. >> reporter: this is a lot different than what the students used to get and what most other student eat now. >> it was really oily. it was really disgusting. sometimes we would ask like what was this? >> reporter: the food here's all organic, all fresh, and it all comes from bay area farms. pediatricians say it is a lot healthier than what typically passes for school lunches. >> what eat kids what kids eat really matters. it changes how likely they are to perform well in sports, how likely they are to get sick each year, and how long it take for them to get better.
but has a long lasting effect too. it changes how likely they are to get high blood pressure as an adult. >> reporter: the students you are like guinea pigs in a pilot program run by the nonprofit conscious kitchen. the ideas to see how well a healthy food program can work in a public school. fresno was chosen because the students in general are low income. >> what we are trying to do is proof positive that you can serve children in public schools fresh, local, organic, non-gmo food every day, and that it is cost-effective because you were impacting their futures. >> reporter: the school posted a special luncheon friday to show off the luncheon and build support for it. among the program, the staunchest supporter is chef alice waters. >> it smells good. so we are reaching children through their senses. it's just the biggest picture we can give children of edible
education. rep him a conscious kitchen cesspool costs are actually cheaper premium than were not organic lunches. labor costs are higher about $1.20 per student per day higher. and that can be a barrier to the program long-term. >> you gotta know what the food costs, you gotta know what the labor costs. if we can take it slow, we can do it. >> reporter: that this kind of school lunch can be expanded to every public school in california. in richmond, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. mills college celebrated the opening of a new center today and the women entrepreneurs. >> woo hoo! >> in celebration, the women's social entrepreneurship center and east brooklyn is just a few blocks from mills college. the project of the college's business school. the idea here is to provide tools for women looking to start their own businesses with a focus on women who were in prison or who are undocumented immigrants. >> as a and documented
immigrant woman, there's very little spaces for people like me, and i believe people like me deserve a space where they feel safe, where they feel valued, where their leadership and their experiences are uplifted. >> reporter: the standard center stands by women to help them build business plans and help them find ways to secure finances. marking just over a week since the deadly mosque shootings in new zealand. the remembrance is help for the 50 victims, what reverend jesse jackson said about the attacks while in san francisco today.
in new zealand today, people of all faiths observed the muslim call for prayer one week after 50 people were killed in two mosque attacks. the prayer was broadcast on television and radio and followed by two minutes of silence. >> this comes the 26 people were laid to rest today, including the youngest victim who was just three years old. >> reporter: across the country, huge crowds turning out to mark a week since the terror attack on two mosques that left 50 prayer group at the al noor mosque were 42 people died. it was a solemn ceremony filled with tears and prayers, but it was optimistic too. filled equally with messages of defiance and unity. >> we come together as a community, not just the muslim community, all of new zealand to come support our muslim brothers and system sisters.
>> reporter: it came at the same day as a massive burial for 26 of the victims, and meanwhile many survivors remain hospitalized, and the muslim community is struggling to come to terms with what happened. >> adding the whole community here, no one expected this happening. >> reporter: as officials in new zealand push back against questions over how the self prescribed white supremacist shooter wa , and whether the police response was quick enough. >> the police response was not instantaneous. this person will face the full force of the new zealand law. >> reporter: officials in australia, the shooter some country said they are now increasing their quote, scrutiny and pressure on white supremacist . in los angeles, jonathan hunt, fox news. reverend jesse jackson joint faith leaders in san francisco today to denounce violence against muslims. he referenced. and the civil rights leader called from members in all
walks of life to speak out against hatred and racism, and he spoke about economic inequality which he said leads to intolerance. >> the gaps between is really big. tooth you have too much, and too many have very little of nothing. we must not become so trapped in cynicism and despair. >> reverend jesse jackson will be a guest preacher at third baptist church. the full lineup for outside lands will be made public until next week, but after the break we will tell you one of the headliners just announced today. and weather, still traffic is facing downpours and portions of the bay area. where the showers move out? we can forecast and possibly some more rain clouds as we head into next week.
a look at some of the stories we are working on live for the 7:00 news over on ktvu plus. heather? and tuning coverage on the russian investigation which has officially wrapped up today . a live report from washington, d.c. on the going calls to make these findings public. private information released by fema. the resolution tonight that wildfire victims here in california. though stories and more all coming up live on the seven on ktvu plus. ♪
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the city of lake elsinore has announced new guidelines to help deal with the overwhelming crowds coming to see the poppy super bloom. weekend visitors will no longer be allowed to park on streets near trails leading to the sea of orange poppies. the poppies super bloom happens very rarely and follows extremely wet winters. >> this is a social media viral event that is attracting tens of thousands of visitors to our city, and talking to visitors, all have expressed their precision for the opportunity to see and take part in what could be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. >> their drawing disney land type crowds. they told the police about the hundreds of cars parked on the roadside. visitors have also been warned to keep off the flowers. many traveled on the blooms to
get the perfect selfie. >> come on! >> don't trample on them, now! >> enjoyed the scenery with just your eyes and the pictures. that what winter causes the poppies, it's not over because obviously it's been raining. but that rain not expected to be a complete washout for the weekend. >> the weekend, this has been -- it almost looks like a painting there, right? look at it. we can all be sneezing a lot more too. allergy season kicking in in the bay area. so we are watching out for that over the next few weeks. we are watching some rainfall. the numbers are going up a little bit. you can see kentfield and marin county with 0.5 inches of rain, and san jose again just over
0.1 inches. there enough to impact the afternoon and evening commute. here's the radar coverage is becoming closer. the bulk of the action right now is focused up in the north bay. santa rosa reporting some heavy rainfall. it looks like that could be the case right now as we come in really close here with the yellows and oranges linking up to some heavy rainfall rates. there's an estimate of 0.5 of an inch per hour. american canyon in vallejo, there is some of the coverage, and more scattered in nature in portions of the central portion of the bay come out with the livermore area come out toward pleasanton, and not as much action and portions of the south bay, but still some coverage for san jose, morgan hill, and gilroy. some light to moderate rain. look was developing offshore, another rain band, so we will continue to track the rain over the next two to four hours. here's a camera looking out toward the golden gate bridge with the slick roadways right now. mostly cloudy skies tomorrow
morning. the rental tomorrow morning should be out of here. a sun cloud mix, public partly cloudy skies into the afternoon hours, and and san francisco the upper 50s to low 60s. now with this pattern, we will definitely boost as well. we'll have waves 10 to 20 feet this weekend, so be extra careful right near the immediate coast line all weekend long, especially for tomorrow. so you can see today's system coming on board, and more rain possible into next week. here's that frontal band coming on board for this evening, so rainfall will be spreading to on out to this weekend. we are expecting dry conditions with the storm track being pushed out to our north. it is spring. we are talking about a winter weather advisory in the mountains and some places till 5 p.m. saturday. snowfall could be around 8 to 12 inches. here we are tomorrow morning, and into the we can it will be dry. skies becoming partly cloudy, sunday mark clouds, analytics the more rain by sunday night and into monday morning, so we could be talking the more rain and early next week.
highs for tomorrow mainly in the upper 50s to lower 60s, and a look ahead at your five day forecast. possibly s'more rain chances into monday morning. the weekend though we are looking pretty good with back just a sun cloud mix. outside lands announced paul simon will headline the festival. it's a rare chance for him to perform. the rest of the lineup has not been announced. tickets go on sale this tuesday, though. the outside lands festival run from august 9 to the 11th at golden gate. well brackets are getting busted all across the nation, and scott reese is up next with sports.
all right, scott reese joining us with all things you need to know about the ncaa tournament going on right now, and a lot of things happening in san jose. >> a lot of excitement happening in the games, more so after what has gone down. day one of the madness was not so maddening. no major upsets, very little game drama. today the big boys are beginning to go down. we start with the 13 see irvine against kansas state.
karen butler watching his son jc play for the anteaters. final 30 seconds of the first half, max has it beats the buzzer with a triple. it is 30-30 at the half. so we flashback. remember that guy? it's been four years in stanford. here the fifth year of eligibility due to injury. transferred to irvine as a grad student. he reassessed san jose. he's hitting a big three- pointer to put the anteaters up by five. cartwright had 10 in the game pedophile 90 seconds, irvine by two, cartwright to hazard, the big-time triple. he had 19. you see irvine wins its first ever ncaa tournament game 70- 64..com how about the 12-5 in the south region, also san jose, oregon wisconsin. there's jordan bell watching his ducks, and he likes what he saw. kenny wharton, who's just a man at both ends of the floor. the throwdown there puts them up nine. on the other end, one of
wooten's rejections of the day. in transition, get it to prichard on the wing. he had 19. organ roles 72-54. they will play you see irvine on sunday. duke! a lot of people's pick to win the whole thing picking on north dakota state. shaheed knife into the rock, and the damage . bison fence all geek to. everyone's like my bracket! zion takeoutrun the guard to the basketare thinking. it zion williamson a. i don't want to see williamson, i want to see dunks. he had 25. duke wins 85-52. will either play ucf rbc you, somebody with initials. virginia gardner webb. virginia in trouble. where have i seen this before as a one seed. gardner webb, they led by six at the half, but they get it
under control here. tied sharon to deandre hunter, then hunter, the open tree. he had 23. they take a 20-be run. cavs will face oklahoma sunday. this ended moments ago also in san jose. the 12th seed liberty, five see mississippi's date. lavelle flames win for the first time in the ncaa tournament. final score 80-76. three upsets and three games at the sap center. for the last i don't know, five months, we've been forced to endure incessant speculation about kevin durant's future. was about involving the knicks. will he play for new york? katie of course has not commented on any of that until now. >> never, never. >> okay, so there's some
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