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this is mornings on 2. >> good morning and welcome to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank somerville. got your weather. rosemary will have the forecast. robert mueller's investigation over after two years but there is a lot we don't know. >> new indictments are expected but calls from democrats in congress to make it public. >> shot by police and today a mural where it happened will be unveiled. >> it will be dedicated to oscar grant. more on the event and the big
names lending their support for the oscar grant foundation. the jackpot keeps growing and another draw took held to see if anyone wins its all in powerball. >> we will talk about how much a winning ticket could be worth. we have more on that powerball fever and any superstitions on where to buy a ticket. but for rosemary, what does our weekend have in store? i know that we are expecting rain but i did walk out the door and i'm like oh. it is still coming down. but we are on the tail end. >> the tail end of this. having drying conditions for the next hour or so. how about that? >> thank you. i appreciate that. stay in your pajamas. once you get out and about you should be in good sake. we do have mostly cloudy skies. a little bit of fog but last step visibility okay for the folks that need to be on the roadways. taking a look at the storm tracker 2 that rain is in place, a three hour time lapse
or two hours and you can see how it continues to push out of the hour with a few sprinkles left behind and the inner east bay continuing with showers. we have a few showers in san rapheal and over the bay bridge and for the inner east bay more widespread in areas along highway 4 from antioch and brentwood and continuing on along livermore and tracy and 680, north of san ramone. the scattered showers winding down and we will be partly driy. the snow continues to fall in the sierra where there is an advisory that continues here. if you're planning on heading out the winter weather will continue until 5:00. a foot of new snow at the highest peaks is expected all said and done. when i come back i will have a look at what you can expect for the weekend ahead and we can take a look at the rainfall amounts from where we were in
the last 24 hours with the latest system. more on this coming up. thanks, rosemary. we could get details on the conclusion of special council robert mueller's investigation. william barr says they will share the details make this week. there was a 22 month long investigation. the probe looked into whether president trump's campaign coordinated with russia to sway the election. mueller concluded it without recommending any further indictments. many members of congress are calling for that report to be made public. >> attorney general barr must not give president trump or his staff any sneak preview and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in the findings or evidence should be made public.
>> white house press secretary, sarah sanders, says the white house will not interfere in the report. mueller's investigation led to criminal charges against 34 people including six former trump advisers and 6 russian nationals. calling for transparency when it comes to releasing the report. there was a legal professor that knows robert mueller. >> shortly after the letter announcing the mueller report reaction from bay area members was swift. barbara lee calling for the report to be released and others saying congress and the white house should receive it at the same time. >> hopefully receive contemporaneously with the president. >> law professor roy little worked in the department of justice in the past with robert mueller. >> knowing bob mueller is not
likely to draw opinionated conclusions about anything. >> he says the special council is a man that follows the law. evidence and do j policies, not politics. >> he will lay out the facts as they may apply to anybody else. i don't think he will recommend an indictment. >> a doj source says mueller's report contains no more indictments but little says that does not mean that mueller found no wrongdoing. the department of justice policy says you can indict a sitting president saying we don't recommend indictments. that is not saying that we don't think the president did anything criminal. you will get a spin by both sides over the same material. >> political analyst brian sobo says the congressional committee investigation in the trump campaign likely will continue. >> you have an election looming in 2020 and i think that these investigations will go on and enough in that reports for people that oppose the president to say hey, we need
to investigate this further. professor little says there could be material in the report that leads to other investigations. >> this report would have a section saying here is some possible lines of investigation. we don't think it is part of the russian interference of the election so we are done by the department of justice should figure out what to do with the rest of the investigation. new details about the death of jeff adachi. based on a toxicology report the medical examiner is rule that adachi's death was an sudden. the coroner says he had cocaine and alcohol in his system and existing heart problem. adachi died last month at the age of 59. out of respect for his family the office will not comment on what he believes is a private medical matter. a mural of oscar grant will
be unveiled at the bart station. there will be a dedication ceremony to rename a street near the station oscar grant way. grant was shot and killed by a bart officer. oscar grand foundation is hosting a ten year anniversary gala tonight. it will be held at the oakland marriott. jessie jackson, film director robin kugler and yolanda adams will attend and seth curry will appear from a video. a man stabbed another man on a bart train. the fruitville station was closed at 3:30 yesterday while police collected evidence. a fight broke out and one stabbed the other as the richman bound train was arriving at that station. the station reopened about two hours later. >> i think there should be more
visible security like bart police. >> it is definitely jarring. and i think that it is kind of a call for people to just be as aware and out of their phones and present on their ride as possible. the man that was stabbed is expected to survive. so far no description yet of the suspect. next week the first public hearing will be held in sacramento about legislation that could shut down the palace permanently. scott weaner introduced the measure. it would shift to it a new short made up of members from the san mateo board of supervision. it would have the power to decide whether to continue to operate the palace or turn it into housing. it would ban gun shows at the cow palace. >> the cow palace ignores the local community and the gun shows are one example of that. the people have been wanting those gun shows to go away for decades and the cal palace has
refused to get rid of the gun shows. >> creating a new bureaucracy is dangerous. the real estate values of this property will dictate that it ends up being housing. >> the cal palace is celebrating its 78th birthday next month. if you feeling lucky the powerball jackpot is above 600 million bucks and the next drawing is tonight. we have more from fremont and i would imagine it doesn't look like it is open yet so you have not bought a ticket, right? >> reporter: that's right. frank. it doesn't open until 8:00 but the reason why we are out here at this convenient store in fremont is because it is a lucky retailer. we will push in and you will see exactly why. there is a check on the front of this store for $10 million. a winning ticket for $10 million was sold here in january of 2018. so of course this is where i'm sure a lot of people will come
today to get their tickets. the jackpot is $625 million for the powerball. that is because no one has hit it since december. the 4th largest jackpot in powerball history and the 7th largest in lottery history. it is fun to think about what you would do if you win the money but first would you have to pick out how you would get your money. you can have the cash option of $380 million or annual payments spread out over time. you may all remember that second largest powerball jackpot thats with won in october of 2018, the jackpot was $1.53 billion. now, the jackpot is tonight. the drawing is at 7:59 p.m. pacific standard time. all you have to do to win that $675 million is match all six numbers. it seems kind of easy, right? the store opens at 8:00 so we will be chatting with a lot of people buying the tickets and we will be buying tickets too.
for now in fremont, ktvu news. it seems easy in theory. >> i thought you would buy some from the station here. >> she still can. >> we will put in an order for you. all right. she is quiet. >> she is like no, i'm going to keep it to myself. time now 7:11. costing drivers more to go across the golden gate bridge. fema says it suddenly shared personal information of millions of survivors with a contractor. what happened and how the agency is now trying to fix that mistake. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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. >> good morning. happy saturday to you. giving a live look at the golden gate bridge. it's sort of a cloudy start. we have scattered showers falling over the bay area but it is moving out and we will be with dry conditions for most of the weekend. i have details coming up. thank you. fema says it accidentally shared the personal information of two-and-a-half million disaster survivors, including some that lived through the 2017 wildfires in california. fema says it mistakenly provided that information and it included addresses and bank accounts to a contractor. government administrators did not name it but fema is working to remove the information from the contractor's system. fema announced it installed a filter in its database to keep records from being compromised in the future. governor newsome is
declaring a state-wide emergency for wildfires. it will speed up force management ahead of the next season. it is waiving some protections to remove dead trees. the agency identified 35 high priority projects covering nearly 150 square miles. we will be thoughtful about these prescribed burns. we will be thoughtful about the breaks. we will be thoughtful about the impacts on the environment but we will do so in a way does not go through a two year process. >> newsome is planning to spend $50 million for emergency preparedness in the most vulnerable communities. the governor is committed to environmental stewardship. it had two of it's the most deadly wildfires in the last two years. the tubbs fire destroyed 1400 homes in the neighborhood
and city leaders say construction has been completed on 191 homes in coffee park. another 689 homes are being built right now. some other property owners have refused permits. stanford and cal hope today is the first step in the final four of the ncaa women's basketball tournament. number two seed stanford will host champion at 3:00. the coaches are good friend. stanford coach tara vanarvair took giants coach to a game last year. stanford was the winner last year and are the favorite. cal bears will take on waco texas. cal is led by all american center christine naw iga ia and
the bruins face tennessee. a few brackets got dinged up on day two. including upsets at the sap center in san jose. three double digits seeds pulled off big winners. liberty beat number five mississippi state and number 12, oregon hammering number five, wisconsin. and don't forget about 14uc irvine taking on kay state. matt hazard will drain the 3 and tie the game up. now down four irvine coming back. evan leonard nails the three, kay state by one. under two to play and the hazard with a three ball in the corner, 70-64. uc irvine wins the first ever ncaa game and will meet number 12 oregon in san jose, liberty and buck tech in the other
game. well, frank is among the leaders in the bracket? who is its? me. i am third. my bracket is randomly picking hoping to win. ahead of the sports such as scott reese is tied for second to last place. i am not rubbing it in. >> i went with the upsets and picked the wrong ones but i will be there for the final four. >> i am not pretending anything. >> claudine, that is amazing. impressive. >> it is luck. i didn't even know. when we were talking about brackets, i was wondering how my bracket is doing. >> i heard you in the newsroom. i'm in first place. >> liberty, where are they? a winner. >> stop thinking so hard, frank. >> are you going to call me by
my last name. i have a way of twisting thing, if we need the rain it rains and if it is sunny, we are off to a mostly cloudy start. scattered showers do remain in the forecast and as expected anywhere from a quarter inch to an inch of rain fell in the bay area in the last 24 hours. kentville was the winner, two inches in the last 4 hours. santa rosa an inch, san francisco .67 as well as pal low ag alto and san jose a half- inch and concord and as well as oakland. the system pushing towards the east moving to the sacramento valley. a few showers remaining for the second part of the morning and early afternoon, we will partly cloudy and dry. highway 101 as you approach san rafael a little a little bit
off of the coastline inside the bay a few sprinkles. east, more wide spray towards antioch and brentwood pushing east so you will dry out for the next hour and livermore as well. it is just on the western edge there of that. we got snow that continues to fall in the sierra, if you are just joining us, winter weather advisory from four to six inches so far and expected to continue to accumulate in the sierra. for us the futurecast model, we got most of the rain to the east and we are beginning to dry out. there is your lunch hour. partly cloudy skies. some in the diablo range and in the afternoon partly cloudy and there is the sunset, a beautiful one ahead of us. temperatures up by a few degrees with all of that cloud cover and moisture still in
place. 49 degrees to start your day in nevada. in the low 50s for the inner east bay of castro valley and livermore. 54 in oakland and 51 in the city of downtown san francisco and 51 along the coastline of half-moon bay. winds will be light. breezy close to the coast. hayward at ten. mostly sunny skies and a little cool and breezy for the afternoon but not bad. partly cloudy and suny, 59 san francisco and 60 in oakland. low 60s in concord. 63 degrees in antioch. in the back end of your week, temperatures continuing to climb. low to mid-60s expected for sunday but we will get an increase in clouds late in the evening and take a look at your back to work monday. scattered showers in the forecast by the morning hours. a chance for scattered showers on tuesday. and do i dare say it on wednesday? showers in the forecast. come on. >> i know. >> just when we got used to some sunshine. >> i do have to remind people
that spring showers typical for this time of year. but i mean it has been a wet season. we can complain a great weekend. >> and skiing, another foot up in the sierra. >> some people are talking june and july before they shut down. >> i have to keep it in my head because i kind of move on. >> all right. thanks, rosemary. yep. a flight attendant is held for more than a month. her concerns for others in a similar predicament. >> high tech workers are taking a self-defense training class. next, the perks that are being offered by a local software company and other businesses in the tech sector.
officer of killing an unarmed african-american team. former officer michael rossvel was charged with homicide with the deaths of antwon rose. he jumped out of a car and ran. rossvel thought a teen pointed a gun and shot rose in the back as rose was running away. rose's mother hopes that the officers get as much sleep which is none. heard about high tech companies offering perks to keep employees. a san francisco software company is providing its workers with defense training. ktvu's paul chambers explains the different reasons behind the program. >> reporter: self-defense courses are commonplace at tech companies. this company is preparing
employees if they come under attack. >> the managers want to take it and also feeling that empower many. >> reporter: violent like this attack last december are a concern for many employees. at splunk they want the workers to feel empowered. the company has provided self- defense courses and with growing interest the classes are getting bigger and the skill set they are learning is priceless. >> if someone tries to confront me on the street and they get a little too close for comfort i will know how to get them away. >> we don't want to get in a physical altercation but if that is the last resort then we need to teach people. >> you were walking and moving. >> it added to the adrenalin rush. >> it goes through scenarios which company workers hope it eases people's minds and builds self-confidence. they teach them skills to defend and get away. the scenarios are based on real
life situations. >> it is definitely a little more realistic than you would think. like you are just learning and training. it is scary. i think i need more training to feel like i am prepared for anything. but i am more prepared than i was before. >> now there are courses offered bymonthly and expanding it globally. paul chambers, ktvu news. it took two years to complete and the special counsel investigation in the russia and presidential election comes to an end. the reaction from some of the most powerful in washington on deck. a new death in connection to last year's high school shooting in parkland, florida. her family says she survived the attack but could never move past it. more on that coming up.
>> welcome back. it is saturday. a little soggy out there and i guess we better get used to it. all of the sunshine and mother nature says we are not done. want to thank julie busby for a happy spring day we bill this city by jefferson starship and wants everyone to have a great day. all right. let's do it. good morning. everyone, welcome back on a
saturday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm claudine wong and rosemary orozco has a look at the weather. if we were wanting a break, you are delivering. >> yes. we do have just a few scattered showers remaining this morning as we get in the afternoon we are looking at some good weather. at least if you like the sunshine. if you like the rain it will stick around for a while longer. let's soak it up while we can giving you a few in the east bay where we still have mostly cloudy skies and the light rainfalls. especially over the inner east bay as the system pushing to the east. we do have scattered showers over areas of the peninsula, san francisco and the north bay still reporting some as well as the east bay. here is a look at sfo where it is a bit soggy but nothing coming down at the moment. santa rosa in the upper 40s, low 50s in napa. sfo low 50s and oakland at 54 and livermore at 50 and san jose at 52. the overnight hours and through the early morning we had steady rain in the bay area.
but it is moving into the sacramento valley. central valley and off into the sierra foothills where there is an advisory still for travelers in that direction. let's move and talk about what is happening here first over the north bay, scattered showers, you can see from the coast along highway 1, we got it. nevada and san rafael with the bay bridge that has green at the moment. right around the richmond district and off towards the east of that and right just south of the sunset district, scattered showers. if we head to the east bay a few sprinkles over areas on the east bay shore and as we go inland more widespread on the edge of antioch moving east along highway 4 and livermore on 580. in the sierra, snow and that winter weather advisory goes until 5:00 this afternoon. a foot of new snow expected.
all said and done four to six inches have fallen, a little ways to go. meanwhile for us in the afternoon, we will dry, low 60s in the forecast for inland communities, 59 for san francisco. and for our south bay, san jose you will go to 63. you will be dry for the second part of the day and the bay area sunday before the next system arrives. i have details in the extended forecast coming up. look forward to that. thanks, rosemary. the public could soon know the conclusion of special counsel robert mueller's russia investigation. attorney general william barr will share the details. ray bogan has reaction from republicans and democrats. >> after two years robert mueller's special investigation is over and in the hands of the attorney general where it will be comprehensive. in a letter sent to judiciary leaders attorney general
william bar says he may be in a position to advise you of the principle conclusions this weekend. there's also this key phrase, no evidence mueller overstepped or mueller actions blocked. and in what will be seen as good news for the white house a senior justice official telling us that special counsel robert mueller not recommending any other indictments. hoping that barr will release as much information as possible and as soon as he can with much transparency as possible. the top two democrats pushing for transparency saying it is imperative for mr. barr to make the full report public and provide underlying documentation and finding to congress. >> attorney general barr must not give president trump, his lawyers or his staff any sneak preview of special counsel mueller's finding or evidence and the white house must not be
allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence should be made public. >> separate from the special counsel's office there is a probe by the u.s. attorney general's office in the southern district of new york where president trump could also face legal jeopardy. in washington, at the department of justice, ray bogan, fox news. ktvu's political analysis brian sobo says the investigations in the campaign will likely continue. >> you have an election looming in 2020 and i think the investigations will go on. there will be enough in the report that people that oppose the president to say we need to investigate this further. congressman eric swaller says robert mueller will be asked to testify. we will talk with so no mow
state professor about the reports between democrats and republicans. five people were killed and ten others injured in an attack in somalia. police say that five gunmen storming a government building after a suicide bombing. the deputy administrator laborer was killed. somalia forces exchanging gunfire with the attackers to get back control of the building. the al qaeda link group al- shabab has claimed responsibility. the two mosques that were attacked last week opened this morning. survivors of the shooters were among the first to walk in. one survivor prayed for this is three-year-old son killed in that attack. new zealand's prime minister went to a mosque today to greet worshipers and to offer her support. about 3000 people took part in a walk through the city can
which they call a march for love. a memorial service will be held today for victor mcal haney. the son of gibson mcal haney, he was studying music at usc. he and friends went to a convenient store and were robbed. one of the robbers shot him and he later died at the hospital. today service is scheduled from noon until 2:00 p.m. at the auditorium at oakland's temple hill. we have breaking news to share from sfo of some type of disturbance at the airport. we have a live picture from the bay looking back at the airport. we just communicated with the sfo spokesperson, doug yakal. he says screenings at three checkpoints that connect terminal three are temporarily suspended to investigate an alarm. terminal one and two not investigated. he did not say what the issue might be. airport duty manager confirms that police officers are now on the scene as well.
ktvu is on their way there and we will have a report later on what is going on in the newscast. meanwhile san francisco man is facing burglary and grand theft charges after he stole a case from a baggage claim carousel at sfo last month. 48-year-old sullivan is accused of containing a case that contained a glock gun and holster. a search warrant was served at his home. police found the evidence linking him to that theft. in san mateo two men under arrest under suspicion of arson. 20 year-old wilbur rameriz and 21 carlos chrissterno was taken into custody after minor fires thursday morning. surveillance video helped to generated tips that led to their arrest. they are charged with three counts of arson and three counts of conspiracy to commit
a crime. it is soon going to cost you more to cross the golden gate bridge. the board of directors approved toll hikes. the first increase comes this summer. >> it is kind of a hit for the average american worker that has to pay that much just to cross the bridge. >> reporter: like it or not the golden gate bridge toll is going up as much as 9.95 at its highest point. >> i think if you compare that nationwide it is pretty excessive. >> the bridge board of directors voted 15 to 1 july 1st fast track users will see an increase of 35 cents to 8.75. people billed by invoice will pay 9.75 and one time payments jump from eight dollars to nine dollars by the year 2023. >> they could reduce the increase if they charged tourists that ride their bikes over the bridge maybe just 50 cents or a buck. >> the tolerated remains the lowest for fast track users that make up 85% of drivers.
the bridge district says that revenue will go towards capital projects where they have a $75 million need. >> the money is going towards our let tro fit of the golden gate bridge that is important. the board approved more funding for transit services for the ferry that is swammed with demand. the but bus and ferry trips that i can 20% from the bridge but some say at what cost? >> it is a beautiful bridge and costly to upkeep but you know i think they can do it for less. >> at 9.75 at its highest point five days a week you will factor in 2340 annually to your commute. district has looked at every option and offered another way to enjoy a smoother ride. >> there are other options. we have first class excellent
com accommodations on our bus and ferry. >> if the costs go up so will the toll to offer the best services to commuters. time now is 7:41. mills college is celebrating the opening of a new center aimed at supporting women entrepreneurs. >> the women social entrepreneurship center in east oakland is a few blocks for mills. a project by the business school. the idea is to assist women hoping to start their own businesses with a focus on women that were in prison or undocumented immigrants. >> i am undocumented immigrants and we need places where we are uplifted. >> it is staffed by alumni that
help students to find ways to secure financing. california will rename the secretary of state office building after a trail blazer in politics. march fun young was the secretary of state for 20 years starting in 1975. she was the first asian american ever elected to state legislature in the u.s. as secretary of state she was known for expanding voter registration and absentee voting. she died at the age of 95 and the firstly to have a state building in california named after her. new information emerging about the death of france public defender jeff adachi. >> we will talk about what the medical examiner determined as his cause of death. a boy riding his scooter to school is hit by an suv. the concern about a busy intersection in clayton.
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we are taking you way back with this one. spring love. thank you for this request. i remember this. giving you a look from san francisco across the bay where we are in the full swing of spring. we have showers going on and later today springtime, sunshine. i will have what you can expect for your week coming up. 7:45, parents are raising questions about the safety of an east bay intersection after a boy on a scooter was hit by a car. the accident happened friday morning in clayton at mitchell canyon road in four oaks lane. just a block from mount diablo
avenue. the boy was on his way to school. >> reporter: this surveillance video shows the moment 10 year- old william king was hit by an suv while on his razor scooter. you can see william's helmet through the screen and this suv did not stop in time. it happened at 7:30 on mitchell canyon road and four oaks lane a block from the elementary school. kids and parents cross like this woman even though there is no crosswalk. after the boy was hit a neighbor helped. >> i was holding his hand and the school authority and the paramedics to show up. brought out a blanket. >> paramedics arrived. william was air lifted to children's hospital in oakland. he will stay there overnight as a precaution. the clayton police chief says the woman driving the suv stopped after the crash and
will not be cited. callahan says at least five kids have been hit by cars in the past 15 years. mitchell canyon is used by big rigs heading south to a quarry and traffic backs up and kids think its is okay to cross but then are hit by cars heading north. >> this view is blocked for whatever reason, kids are popping out either running across the street or they are scooterring across the street. >> it is a dangerous street. i don't know if a crossing guard would be the answer. i don't know what it is but i just feel horrible for the parents of the kids. >> in a statement the mount diablo school district says we are working with the police department to assist traffic activities to see if we need to do anything extra to see what to do. the school district and police departments will be looked at to see if there are any safety measurements to be
taken. a survivor of the school shooting in parkland, florida has died by suicide. the family of 19-year-old sidney iole suffered from death by suicide. she was traumatized when she went to college. gofundme page has raised $60,000. barbara streisand is taking heat on social media for her comments regarding the alleged sexual abuse victims of michael jackson. she says that she believes the accusations made by 36 year-old wade robson and 40 year-old james safechuck in a documentary entitled leaving never land. two men talked about their traumatic experiences with michael jackson at his mansion when they were kids but
streisand says the experiencenot kill them. she said she felt bad for the children and jackson and blames the parents for allowing the children to sleep with them. a texas flight attendant was released after a month. the 28 year-old works for a mesa airline. she illegally was in the states. she talked about her immigration status after being assigned an international flight. she was stopped on a flight back to houston. >> i do hope that this case brings to light the problems that are inherently existing at this point with the fact that we have left all of these daca recipients in legal limbo. immigration and customs enforcement is looking into her status. the agency said she did not have valid documentation and
was being detained while going through immigration court proceedings. 7:49. i agree with claudine wong i said really again? >> it is moving on though. we are going to be left to enjoy sunshine and cooler temperatures for today. a little bit warmer for tomorrow but we are looking at more rain coming our way as well as we get into the next few days. not for your week but back to monday is a soggy one. let's take a look at the here and now, we have storm tracker 2 here. in the overnight hours and early this morning it was widespread and coming down and now it is moving into the central valley and on on its way in the sierra to make more snow. a few scattered showers. that little bit of moisture that won't leave yet heading
towards perhaps sausalito and timber ron and highway 101, nevada and san rafael bring dancing around within those showers. richmond district over towards the coast a little bit. bay district wet weather and sf oscattered showers. as we head to the east bay. a few scattered showers in richmond and san ramon and further east snow. there is a winter wind advisory until 5:00 this afternoon. expect it to be slick and slow and a little bit hazardous over the next several hours. for us, we are looking at dry weather for the rest of your saturday, sunday, by sunday night things start to change. take a look. the time stamp there 10:00 and the next system beginning to approach the coastline by monday morning. it is over the bay area once again. monday morning looks to be a slick slow commute for our back to work folks and as i bring
you to thursday. we have a few waves moving through. we will be with weather weather as we start the work week but we are winding down and drying out for the rest of the weekend. good news. 51-degree downtown san francisco. 51 in castro valley. upper 40s in nevada and the south bay, san jose 42. 49 san mateo and 52 at stanford. winds are generally light. could be breezy in the afternoon. s f oreporting 14 miles per hour. the rest of us between five and ten. and the afternoon upper 50s and low 60s and with partly cloudy skies should feel nice. low 50s for concord. 62 for the north bay of santa rosa. there's the extended forecast. enjoying this sunshine through sunday before the clouds increase late in the day. we wake up with wet weather on
californians great america opens today for the 2019 season. popular amusement park ispromoting event including a tasty treat for those with a sweet tooth. there is the opening of the french quarter funnel cake and chu. ro factory. snoopy will cut the ripon to --ribbon to open up the park. vesttors can take part in a scavenger hunt and first 2,000 visitors will receive a complimentary limited edition poster. organizers of the outside lands announced paul simon had
headline the festival in august. simon has stopped touring so it is a rare chance to see him perform. ticket go on sale this tuesday. that's also when the rest of the lineup will be announced outside lance festival is august 9th through the 11th in san francisco's golden gate park. barney's is expanding the merchandise with a weed department. itth slag the flagship store in hollywood is offering bongs pipes and lighters in. they partnered with a cannabis company for the launch. >> legalization is a-year-old and that's opening up our eyes to what's there and what's missing in the market. what customers want. >> barney's says they plan to work with traditional design houses to create more cannabis product. a common question what's healthier. hot coffee or cold brew or does it matter? a new study for the jefferson
university in philadelphia says if you are drinking java for health reasons it's probably best that it's hot. researchers looked at the chemical differences between hot and cold brew light roast could haveos from five countries and hot coffee contains higher levels of antioxidents which helps fight deadly disease. if you prefer it cold or a coolbern, ice coffee and cold brew are the. >> same. cold brew is steeped in cold filtered watt he for hours and iced is made by combining ice cubes with a hot. >> cold brew is stronger. >> it is very strong. sometimes that's what you are looking for, though. >> i know. it looks like a guinness you go into starbucks and get this thing and you drink it down and you do a thousand errands. >> yes. which again is sometimes what you are looking for. >> there you go. coming up next, we told you earlier about some incident going on over at sfo. >> when we come back, we will tell you what the airport justtold us a short time ago.
from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. take a look at that gorgeous shot over the san francisco bay. there's the goalen gate bridge and that's blue sky at top of your screen. >> no, it's not. >> yes, it is. >> okay. >> you know we have. >> see what happens when you are patient. >> thank you so much for sending in your request of the beach boys. >> that's the beach boys huh?
>> yeah. >> it's nice to hear a little beach boys on a saturday morning. welcome to mornings on 2. it's saturday, march 23rd, i am claudine wong. >> emfrank mallicoat. rosemary hat the forecast in moment. but first some of the headlines. all eyes on washington, d.c. this morning as the robert mueller report has been completed. finally. and handed over to the u.s. attorney general. >> members in congress want the report to be made public. and up next we will talk with somomma state political science professor what it means for the president and what lies ahead. remembering the life of oscar grant shot and killed by a bart police officer 10 years ago. >> today a mural will be unveiled at the same station where grant lost his life. more on the event and this weekend's big gala raises funds for the oscar grant foundation. and if you need extra cash, a $2 investment might bring in, oh a. little over a half billion bucks. >> that might be nice. lotto fever is striking again
as the power ball hits another ridiculous number. we are checking out lucky places to go buy a ticket. i have the saying when i go somewhere far away i buy a ticket there. >> i do too. >> because we are here on the weekends he and we are talk about the winner, it's like. >> not chicago. >> if you were driving through this town in such and such, then you should check your ticket. and i am like i was never there. >> never there. >> how many big cities? the winning ticket was bought in new york or last no it's like winters or kalamazoo. >> we are headed to winters right now. >> let's go. >> let's go. >> can we pick like sausalito. >> we can do that, too. >> wherever we bought the winning ticket. there you g a leave look over the east bay where i do see a little peek of sunshine in that golden gate picture earlier this few moments ago. saw claudine and frank's eyes light up when they saw that partly cloudy sunshine. yes, this storm winding down moving out and we will be with
partly cloudy and mostly clear skies for the second part of the day. maybe a little cool but not too bad. we have dry weather ahead of us for the weekend. here's storm tracker 2. three hour time-lapse in the overnight hours had quite a bit of rain push through. it's now moving towards the east. and if we move into the bay area, take a look at what's happening here. we have got some weather that's going to continue to move out and bring us partly cloudy skies. there it goes. we will continue with the showers for the first part of the day. and then as we get into the second part of the day, we are looking at drying conditions. where it's not going to dry out, it's going to be over the sierra. we do have a winter weather advisory that continues there until 5:00 this afternoon. as we get into the second part of the day, please be prepared for that. and as we get near home partly cloudy skies, dry conditions expected. and temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s right now. and drying out with partly cloudy skies for the second part of the day. upper 50s to low 60s.
and then as we get into the extend forecast, more rain to talk about. i will have a look at that and how much rain has fallent in last 24 hours coming up in just a little bit. >> okay thanks, rosemary. we want to update you on breaking news happening at sfo. want to give you a live look at the airport right now. security lines there are moving slowly again. but some of them were shut down earlier. we will give you a look at the scene earlier at terminal 3 which is the united terminal at sfo. the airport says screening at 3 checkpoints that connect to the terminal 3 were suspend because authorities were investigating what they call an alarm. the terminal 1 and terminal 2 were not affected. airport is now telling us just in the laugh half last half- hour all the check pointed reopened. passengers in line said they have been waiting to get through security for more than an hour. our crew is gathering information and we will bring you more information as we receive it. we could soon get some details on the conclusion of the special council robert
mueller's russia investigation. turning attorney general william barr says he will share the main details of the report as early as this weekend. mueller delivered the final report to the attorney general after 22 month-long meticulous investigation. the probe looked into whether president trump's campaign coordinated with russia to sway the election. mueller concluded the investigation without recommending any further indictments. members of congress are calling for the entire report to be made public. >> attorney general barr must not give president trump, his lawyers or staff a sneak preview of special council's findings or evidence. and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of the findings or evidence should be made public. >> white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders says the white house will not interfere in any decisions about what parts of the report are made public. the investigation led to
criminal charges against 34 people, including 6 former trump advisers, and 26 russian nationals. coming up we will chat with sonoma state university political science frozeor david mccune on the potential legal battle of the report between democrats and republicans. we have new details about the death of public defender jeff adachi based on an autopsy and toxicology test the medical examiner is ruling the death an accident. the coroner says he had a mix of cocaine and alcohol in his system and had an existing heart problem. he died last month at the age of 59 after he experienced a medical emergency at a telegraph hill apartment. a spokeswoman for the public defender's office says out of respect for his family, the office is not going to comment on what it believes is a privatemedical matter. and we are learning how mayor breed feels about a new call to close san francisco's juvenile home.
supervisor hillary roanean and walton and haney are sponsoring legislation to call for the facility to be closed by 2021. now they say the city is spend $13 million a year on the detention center which is up to 75% empty. use crime can -- youth crime dropped dramatically and because of that the ordinance calls for the opening of a much smaller facility. that is focused on rehabilitating young offenders. mayor breed stopped short of endorsing the legislation and said she is commissioning a blue ribbon panel and said in a statement "while there has been talk of shutting down our juvenile hall, it's important that before we make any decisions we look at the juvenile justes system as a whole. it's critical we bring everyone to the table we do the work and that we have answers as we make changes to the system. time is 8:07. happening today a. mural of oscar grant expected to be unveiled at fruitvale bart station. there will be a dedication ceremony today to rename a street near the station called oscar grant way. grant was shot and killed by a
bart police officer at the fruitvale station 10 years ago. the oscar grant foundation is hosting a 10 year anniversary gala tonight at the oakland marriott. jesse jackson, film director ryan cudler and singer yolanda adams will be there. stuff curry will appear in a video. the search continues for a man who stabbed another man on a bart take train in oakland. they close heed down the fruitvale station before 3:30 and police collected evidence. bart seas the fight broke out and one stabbed the other as the richmond bound train was arriving at the oakland fruitvale station. the station did reopen about 2 hours later. >> i think that this should be more visible security like, you he know, bart police. >> it's jarring. and i think it is a call for people to just be as aware and like out of their phones and present on the ride as
possible. >> the man that was stabbed is expected to recover. so far there's no description yet of that stabbing suspect. a gathering in stanislaus county to rather 5-year-old girl who was slpped away in a river last weekend. [ music ] >> family and friends remembered matilda ortiz. and remembered her as sweet and fun-loving. the little girl slipped off the rocks and fell into the stanislaus river last sunday. her body was found on wednesday. last night her mother said she was moved by the public show of support. >> so crazy how something so bad could bring so many loving people around and show us how much of a heart there is out there. >> during the vigil, the little girl's father roberto ortiz was overcome by emotion and fainted. he was not hurt and was able to walk to the river's edge to place flowers on the pot spot where his daughter fell into
the water. the criminal case against the two men charged in the ghostship warehouse fire will go to trial next month. judge rejected the defense motion to des misthe case gebsderick almena and max harris. they fakes 36 counts of involuntary man slaughter in connection with the fire in 2016. the defense attorneys argued that potential evidence was dumped or destroyed when debris from the warehouse was cleared. it's now 8:10. next week, the first public hearing will be held in sacramento about legislation that could actually shut down the cow palace. the state senator introduced the measure to shift control of the palace from the current state board to a new authority. that would be made up of member selected by the mayor ofdale daley city in san francisco and san matano -- san mateo board of supervisors. they would have the power to decide to continue operating the palace or turn it into
affordable housing. the bill would gan gun shows there. >> the cal palace egg ignores the local communities and the gun shows are one example of that. people have been wanting the guns shows to go away for decades. and the palace has refused to get rid of the gun shows. >> creating a new bureaucracy on a state fair ground is a very dangerous thing to do. the real estate values of this property will just about dictate that it ends up being housing. >> they celebrate the 78th birthday next month. how lucky do you feel today? the jackpot for the power ball is $625 millionion. this is a 4th large of the jackpot and the 7th biggest u.s. lottery historych that's only an estimated amount. lots of people buy tickets which make that jackpot go even higher. the largest power ball jackpot was nearly $1.6 billion. that was january 2016.
remember that? my head exploded thinking about it. >> the machines don't go that high. >> it did go unclaimed for a while. and then an anonymous person in carolina earlier this month decided i will get the money. took the lump sum of $878 million. >> after he or she lined up the attorneys, where the money goes. >> people are getting better at knowing there's a method to the madness. >> one thing to will a million but to be a billionaire over night, oh my god, that's crazy. let's go, there. more presidential candidates making stops right here in california. >> the message vermont senator bernie sanders is trying to bring to people up and down the state. >> and it took nearly two years to complete, and now the special council investigation into russia and the 2016 presidential election finally comes to an end. when we come back we will talk live to sonoma state professor david mccune on what lies ahead.
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good morning to you. giving you a live look from san francisco where the skies are beginning to clear. good morning to you this song requested by is that elizabeth? i believe elizabeth lieui. thanks for your suggestion. we are looking at partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. i have details on your weekend and when the next storm is expected to arrive, coming up. >> thank you. we continue to cover the big news out of washington this morning. the justice department reports that special council robert mueller has completed the investigation into russian interference and in the 2016 election. senior official at the justice department say the report doesn't recommend any further indictments. democrats, though, demanding that the american public have a chance to look at all of it.
attorney general william barr could breep brief congress on the report as early as the week toned talk about it and the race for the 2020 presidential election. we have got david mccuean a political sighens professor joins us on skype. good morning. >> good morning. >> we know mr. mueller is a meticulous man and it took 22 months. let's get your reaction. it's out there. what do you think? >> well, obviously the big battle is less legal and must more political. how the white house handles this moving forward will be a key component to watch. whether or not bob mueller testifies or is called by the house intelligence committee chair california adam schiff will be another component. democrats will want to use this as a test for impeachment that. could impact nancy pelosi and the democratic presidential race. and obviously has a broader consequence for the 2020 general election but the president and his team have to be at least happy there are no
further indictments at this point. >> i would imagine his son and son-in-law, too, doesn't you think, because their names were talked about. >> certainly if you look at one big thing that bob mueller did, he laid out extensively, the role of russian meddling in the 2016 election, and if the russian meddling occurred after the 2016 election and involved donald junior and jared kushner, that's an important component. but doesn't look to have enough evidence to lead to indictment. >> david, democrats want to make all of it public. how much of it do you this we will see and who has the power to make it public? >> right. so the attorney general is charged under the stat jute to release the report. and there will be tremendous temperature pressure on attorney general barr especially given the president's conversations and discussions this past week about releasing the whole report. they will want to seek political advantage in this regard and it will be up to the attorney general. dribbling it it out or having
leaks out justice department will not be something that we will want to see. and bob muler will have some role if he testifies on capitol hill about that. >> do you think there's a sense of relief for the trump administration that you know, barring something crazy that comes out of this they can moving move on from what he called the witch hunt? >> well, certainly it will energize the base. it will energize republicans. the question for the white house is, they have not been able to juggle many different things at the same time. but they have to be happy with the lack of indictments or nothing moving forward in that regard. they will argue it's nothing and it in the short-term that will work to their advantage. >> can a sitting president be- dieted. >> no. not in the current department of justice policy. after the president leaves office, he could be indicted if there were evidence. and there's also what happens at the state level especially those campaign finance violations in new york and virginia. >> could there be information in this report i imagine it's very long that could lead to other investigations because there was a lot of collateral
damage. obviously with some of the trump people. >> yeah. that's a good question. there are at least 17 strings of investigations. that is bob mueller wraps up with the skeleton staff of the last elements of this. there will be additional areas that attorneys general can go over at the state level. that will involve the foundation that will involve the trump business line, there's also thetax issue and payment and movement of different funds all of that will lead to additional lines of inquiry and give democrats political ammunition and will ten this fight if you will over the next, say, 10 to 12 months. >> and the president is not- dieted, say he doesn't win reelection could he be indicted statute of limitation would not take hold right? >> that's correct. cobe indicted after -- he could be endieted after indicted after leaving office. that will give democrats political to ther but will keep
the republicans. >> it's good theater they always provide it in washington i imagine your students are enjoying all of this. let's talk about the presidential election. bernie sanders in the state. and others kamala harris are starting to come to california. >> right. you have california and new hampshire kind of picking up and you are starting to see some elements of energizing the base. now for bernie sanders, that's going to involve new emerging voters together with those that gave money in the last campaign. younger people. and bern yes sanders coming to california getting momentum. others that have been in the race so far, for example, elizabeth warren, amy klobuchar has not been able to generate that. beto generates and moves things to the middle as does vice president biden providing contrast with bernie sanders. but he is seeking to get money and momentum and movement out of coming to california. >> i covered lost new hampshire primaries and lived there for almost 30 years i can't recall
an election with so many candidates lining up. they are going to be driving up 93 north into new hampshire for years. some of these will fall by the wayside before the primary. don't you think? >> certainly. but beto having just been there in new hampshire and having so many events in compressed time frame. many of those events might have 6, 8, 10 people and he was able to generate enthusiasm. but new hampshire and iowa will be a jumping off point especially heading to california on march 3rd for the super primary next year. >> the primary in california being moved up that's a big deal isn't night absolutely. absolutely a big deal. california, texas the whole 9 yards. >> california matters now. no more june. hey, dave mccuan thank you for your insight on this soggy saturday and as the wheel turns it gets more and more interesting. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up next, drivers will soon have to pay more to cross the golden gate bridge. how money from higher tolls is going to fund other transportation projects.
all right. we have dry weather moving in to the bay area as that system that brought us a good amount ofrainfall continues to move out. we will be left with sunshine and there you have it there. how about partly cloudy skies, a little bit of a cool start but actually not too bad with all the cloud cover and moisture in mace in the overnight hours. we locked in upper 40s to low 50s and that's sort of where we
remain at this point. giving you a view of the rainfall amounts from the last24 hours. kentfield more than two inches. you are one of the wetter, soggier spots. santa rosa more than an inch. napa reporting an inch. san francisco .67 and as well as palo alto. concord and oakland came in just above half an inch. here's view of storm tracker 2 and the overnight hours you may have heard the rain falling on the roof top. it mobbed into the central valley. and into the sierra. for us, we are going to be left to enjoy partly cloudy, dry conditions. we have a little bit of moisture still hanging on along highway 1, closer to the coast over portions of the north bay and 101. you may find scattered showers between areas of nevadao novato. and a little sprinkle going on for you as well. over the central bay, we have hit or miss light drizzle and sprinkles that will continue as the cloud continue to move out of the way. we will be drying out.
the last hour we watched as the rain pushed east of areas of brentwood and along 580 when we started this morning. it was over livermore and moveed off to the east. storm tracker 2 showing outsierra continuing with snow. heading out for today, be prepared for winter travel at least until about 5. within ther weather advisory hanging on for several more hours and about a foot of new snow expected at higher peaks. last check, 4 to 6 inches so far. here a view of the temperatures right now. upper 40s to low 50s to start your day. and relatively mild. afternoon highs upper 50s to low 60s. and a light breeze for most. could be a little breezy along the the coastline for today. and tomorrow, temperatures come up just a bit more. and by sunday evening, increase in cloud cover and by monday morning, we are beyond by wet weather the. scattered showers in the forecast for tuesday with more rain in the forecast on wednesday. and we will have a look at that's tended forecast with a
futurecast model coming up. >> okay. enjoy the weekend. >> enjoy the weekend. >> we always do. >> got it. new proposal from kamala hearis. >> she says she wants to make teachers pay a key issue pay for a key issue in the presidential campaign. coming up. >> and we have been monitoring the situation at sfo. check out the video. security lines were very long. they are recovering now after being shut down. we will explain what happened.
thanks bud who says good morning to claudine rosemary and frank. how about a little kid rock from the motor city all summer long and we did it. >> i like it. how about it. >> summer seems so far away. but we are getting there. day by day. good to have you with us. 8:30 on a saturday. i am frank mallicoat. >> i am claudine wrong wong let's look at the weather frt first full week of spring. >> when you say summer it's the back end we get the best days. september and october the best months, i think. >> i love spring. i love spring. >> do you? >> yes new beginnings. >> you do? >> a fresh start. we get, you know a little bit of a tease into this gorgeous weather that will be coming our way in the months ahead. and there it is there. the partly cloudy skies. the storm clouds have cleared. and it's moving off to the east where the sierra continues to get snow. but for us, we are going to be partly cloudy and dry for the rest of your weekend. here's a look at the golden gate bridge started out earlier
this morning a bit soggy but we are drying out. 46 santa rosa. napa at 49. oakland low 50s as well as downtown san francisco. and livermore at 51 and san jose good morning at 52. so with the clouds in place and moisture overhead, in the overnight hours, temperatures held in the upper 0s to low 50s. so it's off to a relatively mild start a look at storm tracker 2. a 3-hour time-lapse, and you can see how the rain moves to the east. we are left with a few scattered showers. perhaps a little sprinkle activity going on along the north bay coastline. highway 1. stretching into along highway 101 and the richmond san rafael bridge. and sausalito may have drills or a few sprinkles especially if you have the clouds and along the central portion of the bay area you can see a little lingering moisture. we shift east, and we start out this morning with some rain over areas like antioch and brentwood, livermore. that moved east into the central valley. into the sierra where the snow continues to fall and there is a wint he weather advisory there that will go all the way
until about 5:00 so expect the winter travel to continue along 50 and 80 heading up. here's a look at futurecast model for us here at home. there's lunch hour. and then as we roll into the afternoon, there is your sunset. so partly cloudy skies, dry conditions. when i come back, i will look at afternoon highs for today. we will be a little warmer tomorrow. and rain returns by monday. more on this in the extend forecast, coming up. >> thank you. we would like to update you. breaking news happening at sfoa live look at the tower. the airport right now where security lines are slowly moving once again after some of them had to be shut down earlier this morning. the airport says screening at 3 checkpoints that connect to terminal 3 were suspended while authorities investigated an alarm. that is the main terminal for united airlines and international terminal g is also connected to it. terminals 1 and 2 were not affected. the airport told nuts last half- hour, that checkpoints have now reopened. passengers in line tell us they have been waiting to get
through security for more than an hour. we are going to check in with ktvu sara zendehnam. >> we could get details on the conclusion of robert mueller's russia investigation. attorney general william barr says he will share the main details as early as this weekend. mueller delivered the findings to the attorney general yesterday after a 22 month-long investigation. the probe looked into weather president trump's campaign coordinated with russia to sway the election. mueller concluded the investigation without recommending any further indictments. many members of congress are calling for the the report to be made public. >> attorney general barr must not give president trump his lawyers or his staff any sneak preview of special council mueller's findings or evidence. and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence should be made public. >> white house press secretary
sarah huckabee sanders says the white house will not interfere withn decision about what parts of the report is made public. muler's investigation led to charges of 34 people including 26 russian national. we are going to talk with uc hastings school of law professor about the legal and potential legal battle over the report between democrats and republicans. former fbi director james comey is calling for the mueller report to be made public. he is part of a forum at the color in cupertino last night. eye happened hours after the mueller report was submitted. mueller was appointed as special council back in 2017 soon after mr. comey was forward by president trump. vermont senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders is campaigning in california this weekend. he is going to be in los angeles today for a campaign rally, be a tomorrow he is headed to san francisco for a rally at great meadow park at fort mason. that starts at 12:30 tomorrow
afternoon. doors to the event open at 11. california senator kamala harris is taking her campaign to president to texas and will unveil a policy proposal at texas southern university in houston. according to "los angeles times," senator harris is planning on announcing plans for a federal investment to pay teachers more within the first term as president if she is elected. the two mosques in new zealand that came nd attack last week reopened for the first time today. hundreds of worshipers pouring into the mosque in the city of christchurch. survivors of the shooting among the first to walk in and pray for those who died. one of the survivors was a father who preyed for his 3- year-old son killed in the attack. new zealand prime minister went to a mosque to greet worshipers and offer her support as well. about 3,000 people took part in a walk through the city which they called a march for love. and the reverend jesse jackson is right here in the bay area this weekend. he joined other faith based
leaders at third baptist church in san francisco yesterday to condemn violence against muslims. civil rights leader called a community members from all walks of life to take a stand against hatred and racism. he also spoke about income inequality which he said leads to intolerance. >> the gaps between us really are economic goops, too few have too much and too many have virtually nothing. we must not become so trapped in cynicism and despair we forget how many progress we are making against those odds. >> tonight, reverend jackson will speak at a 10 year gala in oakland to remember oscar grant. tomorrow, he will be guest preacher at the third baptist church. a memorial service will be held today for victor mcilhainy
the son of a councilmember. he and friends went to a convenience store and they were robbed. one of the robbers shot him. and he later died at the hospital. today services scheduled from noon until 2 p.m. at auditorium at oakland temple hill. san francisco man facing burglary and grand theft charges after police say he stole a car or rather stole a case from a baggage claim carousel at sfo last month. 48-year-old dermont sullivan is accused of taking the case which inside contained a glock 9 millimeter pistol, ammunition and two flashlights and holster. an investigator recognizeded the suspect a search warrant was served and they found evidence linking him to the theft. and in san mateo two men are under arrest on suspicion of arson of the authorities say 20-year-old wilbert ramirez and carlos cristerna were taken into custody less than 24 hours
after a series of minor fires were let early thursday morning. photos let to arrests. both charged with three counts of arson and three counts of conspiracy to commit crime. we want to get you back to the breaking news out of sfo. security lines slowly moving once again after some of them were shut down earlier this morning. ktvu sara zendehnam is live at sfo with more on that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning frank. we are in terminal 3 right now. one of the security checkpoints, and if you can believe it, this line, we will walk you through to show you what it looks like skt this is significantly bet wither than what it was like just about 15 minutes ago. there was an airport official who walked through and took hundreds to another security checkpoint. so really it has thined out quite a bit since we got here about 20 minutes ago. this entire area was packed of people. you can see there are a lot of
people waiting in line at security checkpoint in terminal 3. information on exactly what happened here this morning is limited. we understand that screening at three checkpoints which connect terminal 3 were tem prearl suspend to investigate an alarm according to a sfo spokesperson. tem terminals 1 and 2 were unaaffected we are trying to get more information about what happened. about u if you have plans traveling out of sfo, be aware the lines are extremely long. it was very, very packed earlier this morning and you can see one more look at the line pretty packed out here. there are a lot of people waiting in line here. but thankfully, the security checkpoints in terminals 3 have reopened. for now at sfo sara zendehnam, ktvu fox 2. >> thanks for that. time 8:39. we are learning more about the death of public defender jeff adachi. >> what they know about his final moments. >> and drivers will have to pay more to cross golden gate bridge. we will tell you how much money
this is always a popular request. i think everybody is in need of sunshine. thank you for suggesting this one. he says good morning to claudine and the mornings on 2 team. good morning to you. and we are of course, listening to the beastels to get you going object this saturday. we are drying out. i have details on your forecast coming up. >> all right. great album. new this morning, u.s. backed forces in syria declare victory over isis. syrian democratic force say they captured the final portion of the airtory. yesterday the president declared isis no longer controls any part of syria or iraq. u.s. military says some clashes continue between coalition forces and a few isis holdouts. it's unclear how many u.s. troops will remain in syria going forward. the group continues to operate in parts of western africa and afghanistan. defense department is reporting that two u.s. service members were killed during a
mission in afghanistan. the military didn't specify the location but it was reportedly in a northern province in involved fighting the taliban. names. service members have not been released until the families have been notified. u.s. has about 14,000 troops still in afghanistan supporting afghan forces. happening today thousands are taking to the streets in london to stop the departure from the european union altogether. the people's vote march wants the uk government to revoke article 50 the act if a triggered the brexit process. the opposition labor party is calling on a second national referendum to make it happen. theresa may is trying to bring her brexit deal to vote for a third time. lawmakers have rejected it twice. if they accept it, though, the uk will leave the eu with a deal on may 22nd. if parliament rejects it again, the uk will leave the eu without a deal on april 12th.
a inned indonesia airline plans to cancel orders for the boeing 747 max jets following crashes in continue to nearbia and ethiopia. it's the first airline to scrap an order since the 737 max planes were grounded worldwide last week. this comes after the ethiopian airliner crash that killed 157 people a few weeks back. another crash of a lion air jet back in october killed all 189 passengers and crew. they say they made the decision because of consumers' low confidence in the airplane's following those crashes. meanwhile, shares in boeing fell 3% yesterday to 362.17. a share despite falling more than 1% since the ethiopian airline tragedy. the company's stock is still on the plus side for the year. uber and lyft drivers in los angeles plan a one day
strike on monday. the group ride share drivers united says it's to protest a 25% pay cut. they are demanding that all ride share companies guarantee drivers a 28 dollar per hour minimum rate. uber admits to changing its rates but the company says it is introduced promotions that allowed drivers to make more money. it will cost you a little more to cross the golden gate bridge. bridge district's board of directors has approved the series of toll hikes over the next 5 years. ktvu rob malcolm explains where the money is going. >> reporter: >> it's kind of a hit for the average american worker to have to pay that much to cross the bridge. >> reporter: like it or not the golden gate bridge toll is going up as much as 9.75 at the highest point. >> it could be that for less. if you compare at that nationwide it's pretty excessive. >> reporter: the bridge board of directors voted 15-1. july 1st fast track users will see an increase of $35 -- 35 cents to 8.75. people billed by invoice paying 8 bucks to cross will pay
$9.75. and one time payments from $8 to $9 by the year 2023. >> they could reduce the increase if they charged tourists who ride the bikes over the bridge maybe just 50 cents or a buck. >> reporter: the toll rate remains the lowest for fast track users who make up 85% of drivers. the bridge district says revenue will go towards capital projects where they have a 75 million dollar need. >> the money is going towards our set retry fit of the goldengate gate bridges. >> reporter: and suicide detarrant ors. >> reporter: and ferry with is swam wpped demands they take 20% of traffic off the bridge. and reduce congestion but some commuters say at what cost. >> it's beautiful bridge and costly to upkeep but i think they could do it for less. >> reporter: at 9.57 at the highest point, 5 days a week, you will factor in a 2340
annual to your commute. the district says they have looked at every option and held months of public discussions. and they have offered another way to enjoy a smoother ride. >> there are other options than driving and we have got first class really excellent accommodation on the bus and ferry. >> reporter: the bridge district says if the cost go up, so will the tolls to aust best services to commuters. in san francisco, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. when you get the fast track responder, you zip through and forget and you look at your visa statement and go whoa. >> i was thinking that when i was on the toll lanes thinking roll through past the traffic and like okay it keeps buzzing i he doesn't know how much money. >> 10 bucks. >> beep. >> you are clear. we have got clearing skies outside the door at this hour. started out with some rain and early this morning we hadwidespread. it's moving through. and we are left with this.
for the rest of the weekend. partly cloudy mostly clear skies. and temperatures starting in the upper 40s. and low 50s. be a we will go into the upper 50s for today. and we will be even a little warmer he for tomorrow. here's the view for 3 hour time- lapse so many when we started early this morning, the rain was right overhead. now it is pushed to the east. areas over stockton and modesto, and farther east into the sierra, we are beginning to see that as well. here at home, we are beginning to dry out. we have a little bit of moisture continuing to dance around wt clouds that are overhead. as the clouds clear out, moisture will go with it, we will have blue skies for today. temperatures will be relatively mild as well. we had a little rain to start the inner east bay that moved out. and we are looking at the sierra to continue snow there. and there is a winter he weather advisory that goes until 5 this afternoon if you are heading up to do skiing. be prepared for the slick roadways to continue for a little while longer a view of the futurecast.
when it comes to the next several days, we are drying out and we will be dry for the rest of the weekend. as we get into sunday night, things change. as the new storm approaches the bay area. the time stamp shows it's going to be late in the evening house. we have got the rain right on the doorstep. by monday morning, we are joined by this and the morning commute looks like it is going to be a wet one. so we will have scattered showers in store for monday. tuesday looks a bit iffy. we could be in between systems. cloudy and a little cool and soggy, but not bad. it's by wednesday when the next system moves n so monday morning, wednesday morning look to be wet and we are looking at rainfall amounts. a good amount as we roll through the nexte next several days. we talk about the week ahead going to next week. by thursday afternoon, one to two inches of rainfall expected. it has been a bit of a wet season but that's okay. we are right on track and we will take it. giving you a view at numbers outside the door. 51 in downtown san francisco. south bay 5 # 2 and sea who i say north bay 46 in santa rosa.
afternoon highs for today upper 50s to low 60s. and 59 for downtown san francisco. and into fremont the festival going on 62. afternoon high going to be just lovely. here's a view of the extendedfore. spring like weather for bay area sunday. clouds move in. and rain moves in by monday. and a bit soggy on tuesday. rain on wednesday. >> oh. >> okay. >> one more boo frank. >> boo. it will get better. >> thanks rosemary. the attorney general could respond to the mueller investigation as soon as this weekend. >> we will talk about the low professor about the legal battle to make the mueller report public. lic. a push to get more fresh and healthy food into local schools. pilot program underway with the help of a famed bay area chef. more on that when we come back. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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students in one east bay elementary school are eating fresher healthier lunches. rob roth explains how organizers are hoping it could be a model for schools throughout the state. >> reporter: it's lunchtime at the elementary school in richmond. lunches here are unlike any others you are likely to find in most public schools in california. >> really good i love the corn bread and the broccoli i personly love broccoli. >> we have chicken drumsticks with beautiful barbeque sauce. corn bread, and carrot salad. and fresh fruit and it's apple, pears and everything is local and seasonal. >> reporter: this is a lot different than what the students used to get and what most other students eat now. >> it was really oily and had -- it was disgusting. sometimes we would ask like what is this. >> reporter: the food here is all organic all fresh and comes from bay area farms. in short, pediatricians say
it's a lot healthier than what typically passes for school lunches. >> what kids eat does matter. it changes how likely they are to perform well at school. it and perform on standardized test and how they are to get sick each year and how long it takes to get better. but as it has long lasting effect and changes how likely they are to get high blood pressure as an adult. >> reporter: the students here are like guinea pigs in pilot program run by the nonprofit conscious kitchen. the idea is see how well a healthy food program can work in a public school. perez was chosen because the students are low income. >> what we are trying to do is proof positive you can serve children in public schools fresh, local organic seasonal nongmo foods every meal every day and it's cost effective because you are impacting their futures. >> reporter: the school hosted a special luncheon friday to show of the program and build
support for it. among the programs staunchs proponent is a owner chef alice waters. >> it smells good and we are reaching children through their senses. this is the biggest picture we can give children of edible education. >> reporter: conscious kitchen says food costs are actually cheaper per meal than nonorganic lunchs. but labor costs are higher about 1.20 per student per day higher. and that could be a barrier to the program long-term. >> we have got to know what the food cost and what the labor costs but i think it would take -- if we take it slow we can do it. >> reporter: the hope is this kind of school lunch will event yulely be expanded to every public school in california. in richmond rob roth, ktvu, fox 2 news. celebrating the opening of a new center aimed at supporting women entrepreneurs.
so there it goes the woman's social entrepreneurship center is opened in east oakland. a project by the business school of mills. the idea is to assist women looking to start up their own business was a focus on women who may have spent time in prison or who are undocumented immigrants. >> as a undocumented immigrant women there's little space that is exist for people like me. and i believe people like me deserve of a space where they feel safe and valued and leadership and experiences are uplifted. >> that is staffed by mills college students and alumni who help women develop business plans and find ways to secure financing. in the colorful history cow poleas hosted a roller debbie and conventions. >> and beatles too but at 9 the proposal that aims to shut it down for good. the legislation that will turn over control of the nearly 08- year-old building. >> we are keeping an eye on the
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from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. taking a live look outside this morning. still a gray day relate now but the sun shine is coming. we will get a break from the rape as we speak out and -- rainas we speak out and see a tour. alejandra questioned youtube but didn't give me a song so i put this in. there's so many u2 songs there's the sunshine. >> we got blue skies out there.
>> it came in. it is coming. >> rosemary says she can fix it. >> she is going to fection it. yes. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. thanks for waking up with us on this saturday, march 23rd. i land claudine wong. >> i am frank mallicoat. more on the forecast but shortly but first some of the headlines. investigation over now after 22 months. robert mueller is done with his russia investigation. >> this morning, we are waiting for details about the report. more on the calls to make the entire thing public and what's next. we will break it down with a uc hastings law professor coming up in minutes. and every time the power ball jackpot rolls over, it just seems that lottery fever starts to sweep bay area and the country. >> i think it's at that point you got to buy a ticket now. another drawing being held tonight and there's a lot of money on the line. how about $600 million plus power ball fever. we will tell you where the lucky spots are right here in the bay area. and wine can be green, too.
i kid you not maybe not in color but definitely in practice. >> next month is about sustainable wine in california. and chef laura lee already in studio to talk more about that and how to pair that wine perfectly. that's coming up. so lots to talk about but let's talk about the weather. >> we have rain fatigue over here because when you talk about the rain coming, we are like oh. >> yeah. >> but i he don't think we arealone i think it's a long, wet winter and now we are in spring people are hoping for sunshine. >> yeah people messaged me and said it's raining but spring showers. >> i have may flowers in myyard. >> let me tournament frowns upside down. great weather in time for the weekend. we are drying out. in fact, most of the wet weather has moved on. a few sprinkles last left and that will be it for the rest of the saturday and for your sunday. here's the golden gate bridge a beautiful shot in the overnight hours. we have had widespread rain and it's moved into the central valley and into the sierra.
temperatures right now in the 50s so with all the lingering moisture and all that cloud cover in the overnight hours, we held up. upper 40s to low 50s is where we started this morning. 50 degrees in santa rosa and we have 50 at 52 in the napa airport. 55 oakland and low 50s for downtown san francisco and livermore and san jose. winds are generally light. here's a look at storm tracker 2 in the still motion so you can see all the rain in the overnight hours. well-off to the east. and we are left with a few residual sprinkles and scattered showers. if you are going to the sierra, thinking about maybe doing skiing, there is winter travel to expect. at least for the next several hours as the snow continues to pile up. 4 to 6 inches reported in the last 24 hours or so. and it could get another 4 to 6 with a foot of fresh snow expected at the higher peaks by the end of it all. winter weather advisory goes until 5ii-80 and small highways up towards tahoe is where you can expect this.
for us at home, we are drying out, temperatures in the low 60s for most of today. i will have a detail of the neighborhood highs as well as how long the dry weather is expected to last. coming up. >> okay. and we do have new information for you so we want to update you on the breaking news happening at sfo. that is live look at the airport right now. things are moving again after some of the security lines were shut down earlier. this happened at 3 checkpointsconnected to terminal 3. i said terminal 1 earlier but it's terminal 3. and they were suspend while they investigated an alarm the this is the main terminal for united airlines and international terminal g is also connected to it. terminal 1 and 2, they were not affected. but as you look at some of the video, you can see it was a little bit of a mess where the checkpoints were. they are reopened but we have information about kind of what led up to this. the duty manager told us at ktvu, tsa agents discovered a magazine filled with ammunition in a bag. so, that is why they shut down
the checkpoints. passengers in line were telling us they were waiting to get through security for more than an hour. and so, certainly we will follow this and try to figure out what happens next as we try to get everything in order. we have a crew at the airport collecting information for us and we will continue to follow the story for you. >> we have new details about the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. medical examiner is ruling the death an accident. coroner says he had a mixture of cocaine and alcohol in his system and existing heart issues. he died last month at the age of 59 after experiencing a medical emergency at a telegraph hillapartment a spokeswoman for the public defender's office says out of respect for his family, the office will not comment on what it believes is a private medical matter. mayor london breed says she is waiting before she weighs in on proposal to close san
francisco's juvenile hall. three supervisors are sponsoring legislation that would close that facility by 2021. the supervisors say the city spends 13 million dollars a year on the carnet it's consistently up to 75% empty. youth crime has dropped over the last decade. and the ordinance calls for the opening of a smaller facility that would be focused on rehabilitating young offenders. mayor breed stopped short ofendorse ring the legislation and is saying she wants tomation blue ribbon panel on juvenile justice reform saying in statement, while there has been talk of shutting down the juvenile hall it's important before we make decisions, we look at the juvenile justice system as a whole. it is critical we bring everyone to the table that we do the workings and that we have answers as we make changes to the system. time is 9:06. happening later today a mural of oscar grant is expected to be unveiled at the fruitvale bart station in oakland. there will be a dedication
ceremony today to rename a street near the station oscar grant way. she was shot and killed by a bart police officer 10 years ago. the oscar grant foundation will be hosting a 10 year anniversary gala at oakland marriott hotel. reverend jessie jackson film director ryan cugler and sung singer yolanda adams and stuff curry will appear in video he. the search continues for a man who stabbed another man on a bart train in oakland. the station was closed we have to 3:30 while police collected evidence. a fight broke out between two men and one stabbed the other. as the train was arriving at the fruitvale station that. station reopened about 2 hours later. >> i think they should be more visible security, i he mean like you know, bart police. >> it's definitely jarring, and i think it's kind of a call for people to just be as aware and
out of their phones and present on the ride as possible. >> the man who was stabbed is expected to survive. so far there's no description of the suspect. and a gathering in stanislaus county to remember a 5-year-old girl who was sweat away in a river last weekend. >> family and friends remembering matilda ortiz as sweet and fun-loving. she slipped off the rocks and fell into the stanislaus river last sunday. her body was found on wednesday. last night, her mother said she was moved by the public's show of support. >> so crazy how something so bad can bring so many loving people around and show us how much of a heart that there is out there. >> during the vigil, the girl's father roberto ortiz was overcome by emotions. he fainted and was not injured be a later did walk to the river's edge to place flowers on the spot where his daughter
fell into the water. >> the criminal case against the two men charged in the ghostship warehouse fire is going to trial next month. judge in the case rejected a defense motion to dismiss the case against master tennate derick almenna and max harris them face 36 counts of involuntary man slaughter in connection with the fire in oakland back in december of 2016. defense attorneys unsuccessfully argued potential evidence was dumbed or destroyed when debris from the warehouse was cleared. 9:09 the time next week the first public hearing about legislation that could actually shut down the cow palace forever. state senators scott weiner introduced the measure to shift control of the cow palace from the state board to a new authority that would be made up of members selected by the mayors of daily sill i site and san francisco and san mateo county board of supervisors. the authority would have the power to decide whether to continue operating the cow
poleas or palace or turn it into affordable housing be a ban gun shows at the cow palace. >> the cow palace ignores the local community and the gun shows are one example of that. people have been wanting the gun shows to go away for decades. and the cow palace has refused to get rid of the gun shows. >> creating a new bureaucracy on a state fair ground is a very dangerous thing to do. the real estate values of this property will just about dictate that it ends up being housing. >> a cow palace celebrating the 78th birthday in april. a new policy proposal from california's senator kamala harris. >> she says she wants to make teacher's pay a key issue in the race to the white house. >> and potential legal battle over the mueller investigation. up next, we are going to talk with a uc hastings law professor about if or when the publicr will get a chance to read the final report. ort.
expect today, tomorrow, and when the wet weather will return coming up in a bit. >> the long awaited mueller report on russia is done. robert mule hearer has given the official confidence report to attorney general william barr but what it says is unclear. and as calls from congress to make it public come out, there are a lot of questions about what it could contain so here to help us sort it out we have a law professor at uc hastings. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so there's a lot of ways to look at this issue politically and really where people stand. but legally let's talk about that in terms of what has to happen according to the law next. >> so, things are really open and a lot depends on what's in the report. and in that respect my guess is as good as yours. it's estimated the contents are not going to be released orally
but in writing. and then there's going to be dealing with a bunch of lawsuits requesting that parts the report be released to the public. and we have a variety of other legal investigation that is have stemmed from the mueller investigation that are ongoing. >> in understanding how it moves forward. a lot of people are focused on no new indictments in terms of as recommendations going forward when we have had, you know, criminal charges against 34 people including 6 former trump adviser, 26 russian nationals. the justice department policy says sitting president can't be endieted. but there are lots of things that could happen in terms of the next two years and years after that. >> absolutely. so first of all, the idea that a sitting president can't be indicted is in dispute and there are other opinions. but the issue is now the focus of the investigation is
shifting to new york where the federal district of new york is looking at various charges against trump organizations and various context. so this are two things that are still focused on the white house. we have to keep in mind that pretty much every business venture trump has is upped a form of criminal investigation. and we still have the investigation about the inaugural issues involving the finance issues. don't forget the mueller investigation was only focused on the issue of russian interference in the 2016 election and in the course of that investigation, other things have been unearthed such as the michael cohen angle that's not directly related to russia, but could lead to criminal charges against the president. >> you know, now a lot of things we learned, prior to this about what mule hears done is when he files things in federal court you know. he has not talked and is not talking now and he's silent on all. this in terms of how much will be releaseed, william barr says
he will release main points, how much do you think legally we will get to see in terms of what the final report says and what it could meaning moving forward. >> a lot depends on the success of lawsuits on a variety of freedom of electronic information. just learning lessons thinking back about watergate, best practices of course to release everything to the public. but there might be something in the report that could damage national security and need to be sensored so all those things will be now laid before judges to parch out in the lawsuits. >> so when you look at it, legally from the legal standpoint and as you talked about so much of this stuff will be debated and argued you have on the political side, trump supporters this morning saying look it's done we told you there was nothing. we are complete. be a some people on the other -- and some people on the other
side saying there's going to be something and i hearing people say stop speculating. legally what does it mean at this point? does it mean anything until we see details can we make any conclusions at this point? >> think we are pretty much everything we will see until we see something will be political spin so. we have to wait and see and keep the report in the context of the investigation because as you mened, in and you are right, this investigation has yielded ample information about howrussia interfered in the 2016 election. we know from the russian national indictments about the boss. we know about the social media interference. and we know that various social media giants are on the spot because of this. which is very important. we know about many people in the campaign that are mixed up. we know some kiss disturbing things about the national security adviser trying to hide connection was russia. all the things are exposed and would have never come to light
if not for the investigation. so of course, the spin we will get now is one side is going to say talk about what there is and one side is going to talk about what there isn't. but i think we will only be able to know what legal ramifications when we actually know what is in the report. and i also want to ems thisemphasize this represents russian interfierce and there are investigation against trump business ventures all over. and many of them are focused in new york where the center of the business is. se, those could also yield important things and we already know important things about his inaugural committee practicing that are not related to the russia issue that are disconcerting. >> moving forward when people say this we focused a lot on the president and what, you knowjustice department policy says that could happen now versus whatever he whenever he leaves office but does this for anyone else because there's other people and names that
have been talked about, does this clear them or because of the state investigations because multiple investigations are going on, this is not really from your perspective, sounds like an end to any of it for anyone? >> there is an end to anythingand partly this is because it's unclear what we mean when we say to clear someone. it's important to keep in mind to charge crimly a investigation needs to cause proper us that it's -- probable cause. but because of the high sensitivity of this particular investigation, mueller was would not have proceeded with the indictments had he not been surey case he is bringing in court is going to end with multiple convictions. it's just another measure of care. so just the fact that the team is not recommending prosecution, does not mean that there are not heavy suspicions against a variety of individuals. it means perhaps the suspicions have not riseent to level that
he feels comfortable taking to court. >> okay. well it's certainly something we will continue to follow at as the story progresses in so many different angels and avenues and states. thank you so much. law professor at uc hastings we appreciate your ensight and time this morning. >> thank you. good morning. time 9:21. let's get insight on our weather. >> yes. >> because we have a little bit of everything. >> let's talk about sunshine. you are right. we had enough rain for now. we have had anywhere from quarter inch to two inches reported over the bay area in the last 24 hours or so. and now we are left with some dry weather to enjoy for saturday, sunday, rain returns on monday. actually late sunday night. but i will show you that and detail that coming up in a bit. last talks talk about the last 24 hours. two inches in kentfield. san francisco .67 and palo
alto. san jose, almost half inch concord and oakland a little bit more than half an inch. here we are now with drying conditions. partly sunny and partly cloudy skies. see the rain has move to the east over the central valley into the sierra where snow continues to fall here. and if you are traveling up winter weather advisory until about 5 this afternoon. and you can expect the slick roadways and perhaps slowcommute. futurecast here for you. into our day, there's the lunch hour. partly cloudy skies. and into the afternoon low 60s for today and a lot of sunshine to go around. there's the sunset. so we have a prettyset coming up as well. temperatures right now, 55 degrees in oakland. 52 in novato and inner east bay 53 in livermore we have started in the upper 40s with the cloud cover and moisture in place. and in the east bay a few more numbers here. martinez 49. 52 in neighborhood there. concord 53 and danville and we are looking at 53 outside your
door dublin. temperatures continuing to climb over the afternoon. we will see upper 50s to low 60s. 58 pacifica. 59 san francisco. low 60s around the bay. and 64 in livermore and in the south bay san jose going to 63. and big travel show going on there at the convention center this weekend. and here's a view of the extended forecast, temperatures slightly warmer for tomorrow. and then as we get into sunday night, you will notice an increase in cloud cover. light sunday, we are tucked a way in our beds. scattered shorts begin to fall. and it will be with us for monday morning commute. we get a break on tuesday with another round coming in on wednesday. >> all right. it just keeps coming. >> swinging back around. >> can't complain. would you pay to see the super bowl? why one town is charging visitors to see the wild poppies. and when the news continues at 9:30 over on ktv plus passengers having trouble getting to and where they need to be after a security swiewtion is the afo. we will check in on the current conditions at the airport.
the city of lake elsinore in southern california has announced. new guy lines to deal with the overwhelming crowds coming to see the poppy super bloom and it's gorgeous. weekend visitors are no longer allowed to park on street lead together trail but they will have to pay $10 to park and take a shutel to see the bloom because neighbors were complained about the hundreds and thousands of cars parked on the roadside. can't blame them. that's probably got to be tough. poppy super bloom happens after very wet winters and we have had that. >> some of the drone shots it's increible. how lucky do you feel. jack spot for the power ball is 625 million dollars. this is the 4th largest power ball jackpot and the 7th biggest in u.s. lottery history. now it's only an estimated amount, though. it could go even higher with
all the ticket purchased today. i am going back largest jackpot was nearly 1.6 billion bucks that was one in january of 2016 and it went unclaimed into an anonymous person in south carolina earlier this month said i think i will take my money. and he or she wacked away with 878 million dollars. >> i know, right. i know. >> how do you wrap your arms around it. >> you don't. >> you don't. >> yeah. you just don't. >> you. >> wrap your arms around sunshine today. >> there we go. >> i like that. >> we have sunny skies coming our way. temperatures in the low 60s for today. mid-60s for tomorrow. and dry weather for saturday and sunday. and as we get into your bay area monday, who wants to worry about monday at this point. >> did you say monday? >> well. >> am i off monday? >> don't mention that. >> rain is coming back to the bay area next week. and it will be for the morning commute on monday. >> great. >> great. >> i mean great. >> sorry. >> look forward to it. >> all right. thanks for joining us this morning here on ktvu.
we are going to world surf league preview and nascar next. but mornings on 2 continues on ktvu plus and we will update you on the security situation at sfo and in a live report and how tocrab and chardonnay. >> i am going to check on that while you are busy crab and wine. >> chardonnay. >> i have to open up the bottle of wine. >> he left us. all right. we will have that for you in just minutes so join us over on the plus. we leave you with this very gorgeous picture. i should say pictures of the look around the bay if you are just waking up. it's going to be beautiful one today. see you on the plus. >> bye, bye. bye.
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