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the first half marathon 10 years ago.
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all those folks. i give it to them. five minute pace. six minute pace. even to be running a marathon this morning. >> author downtown. eventually over the bay bridge. and then back. they are getting the full tour today. 26+ miles. god bless. good morning. good to have you with us on the sunday. more on your weather. coming up in a moment with rosemary first but what is making news on the sunday. police searching for whoever shot four people in san francisco's fillmore neighborhood. >> one person is dead and three are in critical condition. coming up we will tell you what we have learned about what happened. senator bernie sanders makes a swing into san francisco. >> details of his visit and what the other candidates are doing on the campaign trail today but a little glimpse of what the weather looks like.
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let's throw it over to rosemary and find out if the runners will stay dry. >> yes they will stay dry. and it's a lot colder out there this morning. >> maybe they will appreciate that when they get going. >> still five miles in. they don't mind it to be a little bit cooler. >> outside the doors this morning, we are waking up with partly cloudy and mostly clear skies. a little bit of fog out there. those of you from san francisco where we will enjoy another dry day. yesterday mostly sunny and a little cool when the breeze kicked in but for most it was a nice one. take a look at these numbers. we are a lot colder this morning without the moisture and the cloud cover. 39 degrees right now in santa rosa. 49 41 for napa. 44 in oakland. san jose at 41. here is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. down by 13 to grows degrees in san carlos. livermore also their conquer
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down by 10 and oakland 10 degrees cooler this morning than yesterday morning. partly cloudy is what we will see for your sunday. this in advance of wet weather for your back to work monday. for today, going to be dry. temperatures similar to yesterday especially when the cloud cover moves in and it will help offset any warming that would get. also dealing with a little bit of fog out there. nevada reporting visibility about one half mile or so. stretch along the valley floor along highway 101 you may find a little thick in the central valley as well. here is a look at future cast. by 12:00, the high clouds will continue. for now into sunday night and we do remain dry. afternoon highs for today upper 50s to low 60s around the region. one of the warmer spots the inner east bay of livermore going to 64. look at that rank moving in for tomorrow morning and a look at the extended forecast for the week ahead. san francisco police are
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asking for help and whoever shot four people last night. this happened on fillmore street shortly before 9:00 last night. officers say they found several victims including one person who was already dead. three other people were taken to the hospital and police say one was in critical condition. police they will only say at this point all the victims are adults. they are not saying that they know a motive and they are asking anyone with information to call san francisco police. one person is dead and another injured after a house fire in redwood city. flames broke out on jackson avenue near fulton street around 10 pm last night. firefighters say a woman was killed and a man was taken to the hospital and he is expected to recover. most of the damage was contained to the kitchen. crews arrived four minutes after getting the call. stanford university students studying abroad in spain is died after falling during a hike with his classmates. 20-year-old misha neat was from palo alto and was a junior at stanford the university says he was hiking with some other students on friday when the group got lost are lost sight of him. authorities searched into the night and his body was discovered until yesterday.
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he was the computer science science major and plan to minor in art history. he was part of the group of students had been studying in europe during the winter quarter. we are still waiting for the release of findings by the special counsel investigating russian interference into the 2016 presidential election. people close to the process they a teenager not william barr and advisers have been point through the port and they are on pace to release a summary of findings by special counsel robert mueller. more now from ray bogan. >> reporter: the mueller report has been delivered. it is content still a mystery to congress and the american public. the attorney general will determine what to do next with the findings. sources suggest everyone could release a summary as early as sunday. democrats say they want the report released in its entirety. >> the president himself has called without qualification to the report made public. there is no reason on god's green earth by attorney general barr do any less. >> special counsel mueller is
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not recommending any new indictments. mueller has already charged 34 people including several trump campaign advisors but none of those charges relate to russian collusion. >> house speaker nancy pelosi held an emergency conference call with democrats. they are calling for the report to be unclassified so we can be discussed publicly. the 2020 presidential hopeful that they deserve to know what the investigation revealed. the body including the president of the united states is above the law. the american people. >> people who took part in that democratic conference call will tell you are told that speaker pelosi has worried that they will only reveal certain details into the investigation. the top democrat and republicans in the house and senate handle the most sensitive secrets of the nation. and their readings are heavily
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guarded. the justice department has not indicated that it will not disclose publicly damaging information about the individuals who are not indicted. pelosi another democrats say that information is needed as part of their instruction investigation into obstruction and abuse allegations by president donald trump. a uc berkeley professor who is an expert on the power of the executive branch and at 8:45 am and look at them and a charge of the russia probe. we will talk to a uc hastings law school professor who was a friend of special counsel robert mueller. vermont senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in san francisco later today. senator sanders scheduled to hold a rally at great meadow park on fort mason later this afternoon. yesterday he made a campaign stop in los angeles where he advocated for medicare for all higher minimum wage and less
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power for billionaires. >> although they have the wealth and the power, at the end of the day, they are the 1%. we are the 99%. >> today's rally scheduled to begin at 12:30 pm. doors open at 11:00. california city and presidential candidate, but harris is campaigning across the south. >> this is a moment in time that is requiring us each and collectively to look in a mirror. and ask a question. the question being who are we? >> harris spoke during a campaign stop in houston yesterday. today she is expected to speak in atlanta. at the ebenezer baptist church which is where doctor martin luther king jr. occupied the pulpit. he is then scheduled to valley rally voters at morehouse college. kirsten gillibrand is planning her first major speech in front of a truck robbery.
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she is set to speak in front of the trump international hotel and tower in manhattan later today. she is expected to call the president a coward who is tearing apart the moral fabric of the country. she had said that she wants the mueller report to me by public as soon as possible. despite what happened she said she believes the president has already undermined american democracy. wednesday's powerball jackpot will be at least three quarters of $1 billion after nobody 1 to 625 billion dollars jackpot although we tried. the last time anyone hid all the winning numbers was the day after christmas. people in california did win 20,000 bucks in the drawing last night for having four of the five white numbers but not the red powerball number. in case you missed it, winning numbers once again 24, 25, 52, 60 and 66. the powerball number was 5. happening now as we showed
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you. the 10th annual oakland running festival just got underway. 10,000 runners lacing up their sneakers and hitting the streets of oakland for today's big event. lake merritt. on lakeshore avenue with more on today's big race. good morning. good morning. we are at the starting line right now and like you said just about 10 minutes ago the marathon got underway. i'm always so impressed by people who can run marathons. really bright anything. think i could run maybe one half mile and that would be it. a very very cool if it out here. the event also includes a marathon. half marathon, 5k and eight four person team relay. people from all over the country and world are here in oakland. 41 states and 11 foreign countries are represented here today. the roots started right here near macarthur boulevard and lakeshore avenue and ended near macarthur and grand avenue. the route includes something very special. this is the first hunting event
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to go over the bay bridge. it takes runners over the east span pedestrian bridge. there is a 40% increase the marathon runners because of that. there are about 1000 people who ran the full marathon. this year there are about 1500. a lot of people wanted to take part in this history making moment. we talked to to members of or relating in they say this event brings positively to oakland. the relay and the brooklyn marathon, and the 5k, and the one half marathon. they are really wonderful races and it does bring a spotlight to oakland and i think that is an important thing that oakland needs good press and we haven't had that in a long long time. this is a great opportunity for that. to happen. >> reporter: another really
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cool positive story here today is we just saw a dad. he is for mountain house and he is pushing his five kids. is quintuplets. is pushing them all the way through the marathon. we just saw them take off a little bit ago. very cute. they are all about one years old. and of course the first marathon runner is expected to wrap up at 9:30 am. about less than two and half hours from out so some of them are pretty fast runners. i can't say i would be able to finish a marathon at all but definitely a fun event bringing out a lot of people in oakland today. marathon in two and half hours. investment at five years old he is already an international pastor for a nonprofit. >> the mission to educate people that there is nothing down about down syndrome. we will introduce you to james o'leary from santa rosa more on
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his very inspiring message. plus, an avocado recall from coast-to-coast. the health concern about these particular avocados.
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good morning to you. how about that. beautiful view from san francisco this morning. another nice day. temperatures a lot colder. a look at what you can expect for your sunday fun day. as well as the wet week ahead. we meet james. five-year-old boy in santa rosa with down syndrome. according to the center for disease control, one and in
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every 700 babies is born with the genetic disorder in the u.s.. james has a new role for the nonprofit called nothing down which is all about spreading the message that there is nothing down about down syndrome. ready? >> five little monkeys swinging from the tree. teasing mr. alligator can't catch me. >> we met james and his mom larken at their home in santa rosa. >> here i am. here i am. how do you do. >> it took no time at all to see what james was just choose and as an international ambassador for the nonprofit known as it nothing down. which is dedicated to showing people there is nothing down about down syndrome. >> we are just a typical family. there is nothing different about us at all. it just happens to have a label. >> larken beings with pride when she talks about james. >> he is a little him. he loves it. he is a great friend and super empathetic. when i list things, the very
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last thing i list this he has down syndrome. >> she said the down syndrome compensation is important. it helps people see the person not just the disability. >> the people don't want to ask. they don't want to offend never share because they don't want to sell it over sharing but it's a conversation that needs to be started. >> teaching people to have that conversation comes naturally. she and her husband are both teachers. they had to teach themselves a lot. changes their first child. they didn't know he had down syndrome until the day he was born. >> i knew nothing about down syndrome. >> they learned all while dealing with a lot of health concerns. >> he was in the nicu for eight days and then he had open heart surgery at four months old. and then he had intestinal a week later and he had a weapon in his duodenum that caused him to vomit and not be able to gain weight or eat. >> they have never been alone on the journey. >> we had so many people
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reaching out to was that i started blogging and a blog the first year of his life every day. >> larken has also joined forces with another woman whose daughter has down syndrome. together they are known as the two moms and they go to school to spread awareness. >> do you think the kids a better question the adults? >> yes. think adults are just scared. don't want to offend. >> larken says she can be dared either to talk about the rough spots. the frustration and the anger. >> young and i get jealous. and i hate that about this whole thing. but it's not the truth. >> she says it is okay to ask what james still eats puried food. she wants to tell you about the band on his head that helps them here. and she proudly explains how sign language helps them communicate. >> doesn't matter that he doesn't speak the words. they can still communicate with him and people who want to will learn how to communicate with him. just like any other kid. >> people are not only kind.
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>> it is one of the people looking at him and you can tell the difference between looking at him with you guys are curiosity and looking at him with light discussed are why are you bringing him out to the public >> she admits she has been worried a lot now that she is pregnant with her second child. >> this one has been really scary. are you going to have a sister? yeah? >> gentle. yes. gentle with your sister. absolutely. >> my goodness. >> all of that she says is part of the conversation and understanding benefits us all. it is what they believe the changes preschool is for. >> i think 30% of our population currently has some sort of special needs and different degrees. >> the preschool promotes inclusion in says modifications can be simple and the effort is rewarded. >> inclusion definitely benefits everyone. you know, there is plenty of
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research that states it really increases academic growth for both students with and without special needs. >> the reward in moments like these are hard to deny. when you watch them play in when you hear them laugh and you see the child not the disability. >> i'm just a mom. just like you. just like you love your kids. >> there is no different. i see my son. >> you. >> what a cute kid. >> he is very charming. his baby sister is expected in june to we wish the best for them. >> and everyone or socks. a kind represents a chromosome issue of down syndrome and our way raise awareness. with thank larken and james for letting us into their home and telling her story because what a charmer he is. >>, god. he is a cute little guy. >> let's talk about the weather rosemary. how was the day shaping up.
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>> is off to a bit of a chilly start. he will take the umbrella again. partly cloudy are mostly clear to start the morning and a little bit of fog out there. it looks like the visibility at nevada. giving you a nicely there above the clouds. we will continue to have the mid-and high-level clouds roll in by. here is a look at storm tracker to. that will bring us some rain not only for the bay area monday. another system on wednesday. into thursday. take a look. here is the future cast. tomorrow morning we get going and it is a wet morning commute. a little bit of slowing and slick roads for tomorrow. here is a look at tuesday morning. there is more to come. here is a look at wednesday morning. another round of rain moving through the bay area and through a lot of california. still thursday morning.
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enjoyed today because it is going to turn wet and we are going to be there for a few days. here is a look into friday. anywhere from 1-2 inches of rainfall. at the moment he will continue. if you're traveling to the sierra. you guessed it more snow. a winter storm watch starts later in the afternoon on monday. we're looking at the possibility of 10 to 20 inches at this next system. cold if you're getting out early. grab a jacket. 39 degrees in santa rosa. for the inner east bay 38 in livermore and around the bay. 44 in oakland where we had the runners on the way. 49. how about 42 to start your money in half moon bay. upper 50s expected around the region. if you're heading out to the coliseum you can see the a's
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and giants play later today. here is a look at the extended forecast. were partly cloudy today. temperatures not bad. a little bit warmer than yesterday. as we get into monday. it is a wet day. tuesday a chance for showers and rain likely. thursday, we will leave in a chance. >> >> thanks rosemary. a car crashes into a building campbell. scared that forced tenants to evacuate.
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no injuries but a scare in the town of campbell after a car crashes into a building cause of the ghastly. campbell police were called to the scene at bascom avenue your new hamilton saturday morning. all lanes of southbound baskin avenue were briefly shut down from hamilton to campisi weight because of the incident. the catholic also forced people in that area to evacuate. a vehicle had struck a natural gas line and the gas was leaking so we made several evacuations and the fire department came out and shut off the gas and we were able to dissipate and get everyone back in their buildings. >> the building included were not units in the act and is under investigation. we are public damage was significant. operations back to normal at san francisco international airport after a rough day for
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travelers yesterday. is started one scanner started a piece of carry-on luggage. with a musician loaded into it. the tsa call for that bag to be pulled but the wrong piece of luggage was picked up. the shutdown passenger boarding areas they grounded all united flights and one air canada flight until the right bags could be found. a traveler said that anyone that it was hard to learn. that the checkpoint was closed. is the lack of information you have. no one tells you. you have to be chasing someone to get permission. >> after about one hour the passenger with the ammunition in the back was found and he told agency did not know it was inside his luggage. the checkpoints reopened and flight operations resume but that could do create problems for more than two hours. details on board a cruise
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ship right off the coast of norway. the rescue of nearly 500 passengers after their ship was called back where the in the engine stall.'s.
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welcome back everyone. julie busby says happy sunday.
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little can't touch this. this is a live picture of the 10th anniversary of the oakland running festival. the marathon started at 7:00 sharp right on the dot. this is the start of the 5k. they were tour all over oakland around lake marion and go to the and back. they have a long trek ahead. were taking your request. oakland artist. if the lovely tower of power or whatever the case may be we will give it a little airtime. >> i and plodding along with frank and rosemary in the race is really cool. right up off the bay bridge. 10 years in the making. and they really want to celebrate the beauty of oakland so was cool to get people to run through the streets.
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and it's a gorgeous morning to do it. >> it is a cool morning which is good. >> good for the runners out there. giving you a look at their across the bay. a little bit of fog out there. temperatures way down from yesterday. the difference, it is and drier day. and we didn't have all that cloud cover in the overnight hours to insulate us. temperatures into the 30s for some of the inland communities this morning. we will begin to rebound as we get to the next hour or so. here is a look at sfo were we have some low cloud cover. low 40s at the oakland airport. livermore 38 and san jose at 41. temperatures down by 13 degrees in livermore and sent carlos down by 10 in oakland and in the north bay 9 degrees cooler to start the day and napa. as an afternoon were temperatures climbing. partly cloudy and clouds rolling in ahead of the storm that will bring some rain for
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tomorrow. but today it is just going to be a nice one. temperatures in the low 60s for most as we get into the second part of the day.with a little fog out there. nevada had visibility down to about one half mile. it looks a little better at the moment but if you're headed to the sacramento valley. take a look at that darker shade of gray indicating they have some patchy dense fog in the area. meanwhile afternoon highs for today. 63 in oakland. for going to the coliseum, low 60s in concord and in the north bay 63 degrees. details on that wet weather coming our way in the extended forecast coming up. one adult is dead and three others hurt after a shooting in san francisco's fillmore district. police were called to the neighborhood near the fillmore heritage center where there were reports of shots fired. when officers arrived they found for victims there. one person was dead at the scene in another critically injured. to others were also injured. lee stoll have a motive for the shooting and are asking witnesses now to come forward that might have some information. bart police are appealing
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to the public to help them catch a man accused of stabbing a fellow passenger. bar police releasing surveillance photos of the suspect here. investigators say he was in a fight when another man on a richmond bound train friday afternoon when the train pulled into the fruitville station. the suspect stabbed the victim in the face and the neck. the victim taken to the hospital had to have surgery. but the injuries are not life- threatening. bar police say there was an argument apparently between the two men and this was not a random attack. as the search continues for whoever shot and killed the man of eight councilwoman. friends and family set a final farewell. a memorial service was held for victor michael haney. he was scheduled to graduate from usc later this spring with a degree in jazz studies. friends say he was a talented arising store and hundreds of
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people turned out for the memorial service. at oakland temple hill. >> we will remember is brilliant. and advocate for civil rights. gun-control. >> he went to a convenience store with friends when robbers killed him near the usc campus two weeks ago. the caller says a scholarship has been created in his honor. a san jose team is making a plea for her grandfather who was on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. she is also calling attention to thousands of bay area people in need of organ transplants. lee martinez reports on the effort by the high school student 17-year-old dalila valenzuela the scene her grandfather's health declined through most of her high school career. at 66 years old. leonardo valenzuela started having kidney failure. he is on a strict diet that was
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anymore medical help. >> right now he is currently on the waiting list for a kidney transplant. we are still on the waiting list and we still haven't heard back from anything. >> they both attended couple of life organ donation. >> more than 113,000 people are waiting for transplants in the united states. there was a specific reason why the event was held at the vietnamese-american community center. >> there are over 1600 people waiting within the vietnamese community. for a transplant and so it is important that the community realizes that it is not just people in other places but actually it affects this county and people that they know in their community. >> waiting for an organ match is often an agonizing process for those in desperate need of a transplant. >> it distress my grandma because no matter what she did she wouldn't be a match for my
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grandpa. definitely an emotional experience. >> venezuela started upping. club at high school which educate students on organ donation. so far she says 30 of her fellow students have signed up. but since the need for organ donation is so great, venezuela does not know how long grandfather will remain on the waitlist. to she and the rest of her family are going through the testing to see if anyone is a match. >> another simple way to register to be in organ donor is to go to the dmv and have them put on your license with the pink dot the says donor. the president and members of congress could be briefed on the results of the mueller investigation as soon as today. special counsel robert mueller delivered the report on russian interference in the 2016 election to the department of justice on friday afternoon. the attorney general and his staff offered a summary. top democrat so they want the report to be released in its entirety. the president himself has
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called without qualification for the report to be made public. there is no reason on god's green earth why attorney general bart should do any less. >> the report is expected to shed light on whether president donald trump's campaign coordinated with russia to sway the election and whether. special counsel robert mueller's office said it is not planning any further indictments. trump has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witchhunt. coming up we will talk to to guest about the special counsel's report report. first that a, 15 an expert on the power of the executive branch of bennett a:45 a look at the man in charge of the russia probe. we will talk to a uc hastings law professor who is a friend of special counsel robert mueller. more than 475 passengers all airlifted off of the cruise ship. stranded off the western coast
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of norway. can you imagine that. the ship name the vikings got was stranded in some very bad weather when the engine stalled near the rocky western coast of norway. there were concerns that the ship would slam into the store. i waves toss the ship five rescue helicopters and 20 people being treated a hospitals. airlift was called off. through the four agents restarted the ship is now returning to port under its own power. listed 900 passengers and crew members still on board. more people reported dead in a cycling. authorities sake more than 700 people have been killed in zimbabwe. mullally and mozambique. cyclone. it brought heavy rain and flooding's that swept away buildings and blocked roads. more than's 7 million people without power and running water. the u.s. says it can't determine the final death toll until the floodwaters recede. the board of supervisors
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will consider changing the protocol for notifying ice about inmates convicted of violent crimes. ice will be notified before the release of violent offenders. supervisor david cortez the in introduced the proposal after woman was killed in her home in senate josi last month. the man charged in her death is an undocumented immigrant who had multiple ice detainer request. does allow counties to hold a. the county can't ignore them. cortez he said he should rely on arrest warrants instead of detainers. today's the last day people living along the rushing river in sonoma county can have flood debris picked up for free. it started to get rid of hazardous waste left behind from last month's flooding.
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it will start to enforce fines for illegal dumping this week on streets that have been cleared in the finals week. sacramento authorities said they are looking for a man who could've torched a gas station. investigators releasing surveillance images of the suspect. they say he filled up a gas can turner and 76 yesterday morning. and intentionally filled spilled the fuel at the pump and lit on fire. the gas station attendant took everyone he was inside the convenience store the safety and used a fire extinguisher to put out the flames. authorities sake the situation could have been catastrophic. the suspect walk away and has not been seen since. a section of a busy northbay buried will be closed until 10:00. highway 37 distaste of sarah's point will be shut down to allow crews to safely make emergency repairs on a railroad crossing. drivers are being told they can take alternate routes and detours are closely. that will be allowed through the section of highway thursday until the work is finished today. >> if you have avocados in the
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kitchen you might need to throw them away. a california-based company is recalling its avocados because of a possible listeria risk. samples taken during a routine inspection at the henley avocado packing facility tested positive for listeria. the company says the avocados are sold in bulk in stores in six states including right here in california. so fort mill it was illnesses have been reported. the company says the recalled avocados has stickers on them that say california and organic. presidential candidate bernie sanders is campaigning in california. coming up. previewing his rally today in san francisco. and is been 10 years since the very first oakland marathon. we will head back out to take a look at that the race.
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a live look from san jose. tony tony tony. roll that back. everyone. that just went right by. the group is in american rhythm and blues band from oakland, california. popular during the late 1980s to early 90s but i got to see them anytime. we have some great weather coming our way today. rain in the forecast for tomorrow. i have details coming up. >> we have baseball to be play.
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with the bay bridge jury series. the first pitch today. 105. the teams will then play at oakland park tomorrow and on tuesday night before major league regular season begins on thursday. the a's and the mariners open the season late last week with a couple of games in japan. they dropped but the games on thursday. the a's will host the angels and the giants will open on the road in san diego. the oakland running festival is well underway with its biggest event started about 45 minutes ago.. life on the race course and more on the big race and the big party today in oakland. good morning. really exciting. standing in the route right now. this is basically as close as i will get to ever running a marathon. to standing here and talking about it. the a 5k just started at about 730. the first finisher should be wrapping up in just about a minute or so. that is about three miles.
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that person is expected to wrap up about 17 minutes after the start. of course the marathon started at about 7:00 this morning. very exciting. is into the moment the marathon kicked off. >> 4, 3, 2, 1. you can hear the excitement in the cheers. there is a lot of energy out here right now. one marathon runner is a dad from mountain house. he is trying to set a guinness world record by pushing his can tablets the entire 26.2 miles. he has the finish within four hours and 45 minutes to set the record. we will check back in and see if he can do that. impressive. the event also includes a one half marathon and like i said a 5k and a four person team rightly. people from all over the country and world were in oakland. 41 states and 11 countries represented here today. the root include something very special. this is the first running event in history. to go over the bay bridge. the marathon and teens relate goes over the east span pedestrian bridge. >> we are going for the beauty shop of san francisco and turnaround and sing oakland at the oakland hills. it is gorgeous out here and
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that is something we really wanted to add to the event. >> now the last race is the half marathon and that kicks off at about 930 a.m. like i keep saying very exciting. there is a lot of really cool stuff going on. there are tent set up and people selling t-shirts. selling food. there is a lot of excitement here. a lot of music. a good five and good energy. the past month calendar says he is spring but it still looks a lot like winter in this year after the latest storm. the fresh snow is attracting skiers and snowboarders to the mounting caltrans and chp are working hard to make sure the road stay safe and clear. chain stalls made it possible for many drivers to get where the going. several results started the morning with almost a foot of fresh snow. the past it is been amazing. sugar bowl is an awesome place to come. it has been a lot of fun. >> the mountain is change
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through the season. everything out there. is been an incredible year. so fun. >> people spending their spring break in the mountain the weather should be great today and tomorrow, there could be more rain and snow later in the week so keep an eye on that if you're headed for a drive and this is a thing. rosemary,. she said i don't do the whole winter freezing weather kind of thing. i want sunshine and great snow. but it feels like winter skiing still. >> we are fluctuating back and forth between winter and spring. rainfall amounts. 100% of average and above. in many spots. and we are with a wet season. we eventually will get to that spring and summer time weather. in fact today , looking good. of your thinking about heading up you are a okay. but tomorrow, another storm will rowley and.
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so, be prepared for that and have the chains or snow tires if you plan on coming back down the hill. tomorrow and the days ahead. today we have the high clouds that will move in ahead of the storm. that will bring us rain in time for the back to work monday. monday is going to be a wet one. we get a bit of a break on tuesday although it is not going to be for long. wednesday, another system comes in. here is a look at future cast. there is the rain. so expect a slick commute and into the afternoon we could have the showers continuing. for tuesday morning in between systems but look it was what over the specific on wednesday morning. and thursday morning it looks like we could have some lingering showers as well. a few days of wet weather coming our way. make sure you get out and enjoy today. as far as rainfall amounts the first system from one half inch the portions of the south bay to a niche over the urban areas in engine i have at some of the wetter locations in the north bay in the hills and can see
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more than that. temperatures this morning under dry conditions. chilly start. 44 degrees and concord right now. 42 in novato. 49 in downtown san francisco and in the south bay 41 for san jose. if you're going to the coliseum this afternoon to watch the giants and a's game, it will be nice out there. 63 degrees with high clouds in place and that like soft breeze. here is a view of the afternoon highs around the region starting in north bay. centering rosa. and into our south bay locations. low to mid 60s expected. 65 in san jose in 65 in los gatos. here is the extended forecast. laying it out once again. wet tomorrow. a bit of a chance of scattered showers on tuesday. we will remain partly to mainly cloudy. a chance remains on thursday with more snow in the sierras. >> okay. it just keep coming. >> a reminder as well to download our newly updated
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weather app. it is very cool. you have interactive radar in the seven-day for tech forecast. you can upload weather photos and video.the brody stevens weather app is available to download on the apple and google stores. check it out. that volcano is nearly 18,000 feet above sea level. is the second highest mountain in north america. and it is called the smokey mountain or l pope oh by locals because it has had frequent activities this century. it has called airlines to cancel flights and get rerouted because of those interruptions. the past month a big day for fans of apple. what the high-tech is expected to rollout and its presentation in the south bay. more on that when we come back.
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the tech industry is awaiting apples media event tomorrow. ceo tim cook is scheduled to take the stage at the steve jobs theater on the apple campus. it will be at 10 tomorrow morning. apple has already unveiled a new ipad and analysts are predicting the focus tomorrow will be on two new streaming services. the tech news website recode is reporting that apple will announce a new tv streaming
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service and that service will reportedly consolidate prescript subscriptions to other services like hbo and showtime. apple is also rumored to be unveiling similar services for newspapers and magazines. workers in cuba are sprucing up a part dedicated to the late princess diana. at of a visit by the british royal family. the diana guard in havana features eight found symbolizing island surrounded by flowers and trees. prince charles and his wife camilla are scheduled to arrive in cuba and are expected to visit diane apart. >> i knew it was very popular because she did a lot of work with the poor people and sick people. people suffering from aids and things like that. this is why so many people. >> meghan markle is not part of this trip. when you get blown up by 35 points the winter one of the worst teams in the nba on your home court it is a little
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concerning. steph curry didn't play in the game but still, while he was resting he got hammered by dallas. 126 to 91 and 40-year-old no whiskeys playing what was likely his last game. season number 21. reported 10 points in the first four minutes a game. >> the rest was up to don sick. how about a 3. got it. >> he will reload and hit one from the other side. he had a triple-double. 23 points. the second quarter already down 26 family kevin durant gets into the game. he had a game-high 24 but too dansk it in the wind. don sick finishes here with the lady in. the warriors now have a game behind denver for first place. they lose it by 35 just nine games remain before the
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playoffs, tip off. >> the peace center hosting a couple of big ncaa games in the second round of the men's tournament today. games include underdog irvine taking on oregon. the women where stanford and cal are headed to the second round. they beat uc davis 79-54 yesterday. at maples pavilion. that nearly 50% of his shot and now facing byu tomorrow. stanford has now pick cal beat north carolina 92-72. cal start christine showed but she is an all-american. she scored 18 points and grabbed 22 boards. cal will not have the daunting task of facing the number one seed baylor at home in waco, texas and that will happen tomorrow. stanford student dies while studying abroad. >> what the university knows about what happened. an investigation underway into a deadly shooting in san francisco. what we are learning about that attack.
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we are asking our viewers this morning to give us some songs you want to hear from oakland groups and power of power. that was a popular one. randy on twitter requesting this one. ryan michael on facebook saying we won't power power. >> we can play everything. >> the power of power. they will tell you they are survivors of soul music. formed in 1968 in oakland so they just celebrated 50 years and they like to say they have carry the torch for full 10 piece band. it is nice to get a little power of power. on your weekend. good morning everyone. happy weekend. we will have more on your weather coming up. for some of the headlines. we begin with a serious story. of fatal shooting in san
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francisco. four people shot in fillmore street overnight. >> one victim was pronounced dead at the scene. three others were taken to the hospital. one in critical condition. coming up we will take a what police know and what they are asking for from the public. vermont senator for presidential candidate bernie sanders coming to the bay area today. making a big came campaign spot in san francisco. more on his visit and what he had to say yesterday to a big crowd in la. if you some tired souls in oakland today, give them a chair. thousands lined up for the oakland marathon. it is the oakland ready festival. >> we have watch them all morning long taking off on their 26 mile track or there 3.1 mile track. a lot of people out there right now just kind of taking in the sights and sounds of oakland this morning. there is on the race course and she will join us live in just a few minutes. first, let's talk about rosemary broca. no rain today in cool. i know runners always like it a little bit cooler.
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hard to start but so much better during the middle and end. temperatures a lot colder than what we started yesterday. upper 30s and upper 40s for you at this hour. high clouds overhead over for today. beautiful one in store. temperatures expected to be slightly warmer than where we landed yesterday. and temperatures are beginning to rebound just a little bit for our overnight lows now that the sun is up and shining. here is a look at the golden gate bridge dealing with a little bit of fog out there this morning in addition to the high clouds. santa rosa at 40 degrees. mid-40s for you in oakland. liver were holding onto 49 and san jose at about 43. down by 12 degrees this morning in livermore. everybody else somewhere in between. and san jose 9 degrees cooler to start your day. in addition to the clouds out there we have a little bit of fog to do with. along the coastline and along the stretch of highway 101
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right around nevada visibility is down to about one quarter of a mile. for getting out early you might find a little bit of fall. it may be ticketed for going through the central valley. take a look at that. visibility down to about one quarter mile or less. outside of that will be in and out of clouds for today and temperatures ranging from the upper 60s upper 50s to mid 60s. along the east bay shore 63 in oakland and in downtown san francisco, expected to be 64 your afternoon time. were looking at wet weather returning to the bay area and it is in time for the morning drive. tomorrow i have details coming up. tracking a developing story. a potential respiratory issues stemming from the valero refinery. the city says an ongoing issue at the refinery is sending higher concentration of particulate matter into the air the last day. the last date the testing shows the particulates are not at a
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harmful level but they can call some vision and breathing discomfort. cities advising people with respiratory problems to say inside and close all doors and windows. san francisco police asking for help. four people were shot. the shooting happened on fillmore street near eddy street just before 9:00 last night. officers on several victims including one person who was already dead at the scene. three other people were taken to the hospital and police say one was in critical condition. police only telling us that the victims are all adults and they are not say if they know a motive. that are asking anyone with any information to give san francisco police a call. one person died and another hurt after a house caught fire in redwood city. flames broke out in a house on jackson avenue. this was around 10:00 last night. firefighters say a woman died in a man had been taken to the hospital. he is expected to recover. most of the damage to the fire was contained to the kitchen.
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crews arrived four minutes after getting the call. a stanford university students studying abroad in spain has died after falling during a hike with some fellow classmates. he was a junior at stanford. the university said he was hiking with some other students on friday when the group lost sight of him. he surged into the night that his body wasn't discovered until yesterday. he was a computer science major at stanford and plan to minor in art history. he was part of a group of students who had been studying in europe during the winter quarter. >> we are waiting for the release of findings by the special counsel investigating the russian interference into our 2016 presidential election. people close to the process say attorney general william barr and his advisers have been poring through the report and that they are on pace to date to release a summary of the findings by the special counsel robert mueller. stratmoor now from ktvu's ray bogan.
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the mueller report has been delivered. it is content is still a mystery to congress and the american public. the of attorney general what will determine what to do next with the findings. barr could release a summary of the report to congress as early as sunday. democrats want the report released in its entirety. >> the president himself has called without qualification for the report to be made public. there is no reason on god's green earth why attorney general barr to do any less. >> a dot officials said special counsel more is not recommending any new indictments. mueller has already charged 34 people including several trump campaign advisors but none of the charges relate to russian collusion. house speaker nancy pelosi held an emergency call with democrats saturday. they are calling for the report to be unclassified so we can be discussed publicly. 20 to 2020 presidential hopeful say the american people deserve to know what the investigation
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revealed. >> about including the president of the united states is above the law. the american people. >> people who took part in that democratic conference call tell the news site politico that speaker pelosi was worried that the justice department is only going to divulge the intricate details about the investigation to the so-called gang of 8. which are the top democrat and republicans in the house and senate. they are responsible for handling the nation's most sensitive secrets and their briefings are heavily guarded. the justice department had not indicated it will. it has already indicated it will not disclose publicly any damaging information about individuals who are not indicted and pelosi and other democrats say that information is needed because they need to conduct their own sweeping investigations. that is going on a to the obstruction of justice and abuse of power allegations against president trump. permit senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in the bay area today.
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he is scheduled to hold a rally at the great meadow park and fort mason in the city later this afternoon. yesterday he made a big campaign stop in la where he advocated for medicare for all. a higher minimum wage and less power for billionaires. >> although they have the wealth and the power, at the end of the day, they are the 1%. we arctic 99%. >> today's rally is scheduled to kick off at 1230 p.m. this afternoon and fort mason. doors will open at 11. california center and presidential candidate kamala harris is campaigning across the south this weekend. >> this is the moment in time that is requiring us each and collectively to look in the mirror. and ask a question. that question being who are we? >> harris spoke during a
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campaign stop in houston yesterday. today she is expected to speak in atlanta at the ebenezer baptist church which is where doctor martin luther king jr. occupied the public. harris is then scheduled to rally voters at morehouse college. kristen gillibrand is planning her first speech in front of a truck property. she is set to speak in front of the trump international hotel and tower in manhattan. she is planning as we've been told to hold the president a coward and accused him of caring tearing apart the moral fabric of the country. all right.
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the powerball jackpot will be at least three quarters of 1 billion bucks after no one 12 $625 million jackpot in last night's drawing. the last time anyone hit all the winning numbers, was a long time ago. the day after christmas. a dozen people in california did cash in the. they one $20,000 in the drawing last night for having four of the five numbers but not the red powerball number. in case you missed it, the winning numbers were 24, 25, 52, 60 and 66 and the lucky powerball number was 5. happening now thousands of people running through the streets of oakland as part of the 10th annual oakland running festival.we have ktvu sarah out there live along the racecourse. not running but while watching lots of people do that and i think. the new part of the race that includes the bay bridge. >> that is the coolest part honestly. they said that is the biggest change from years past of this year is including the bay bridge in the route which is very exciting of course. and you will hear from a race director who kind of talks about that in a minute but right now we are at the start line. this is like a thick, the closest i will ever get to a marathon route is just by standing here at the start line and not really doing anything but talking about it. the marathon started about 7:00 this morning.
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the first finisher is expected to wrap up at 930. that is in about an hour and 20 minutes. if you can believe that. listen to the moment that the marathon kicked off. >> 4, 3, 2, 1! >> reporter: one runner is a dad from mount house running with his quintuplets. we have video of him as he left the start line. he is trying to sent a guinness world record by pushing his pent-up let's the and tire 26.2 miles. he has to finish within four hours and 45 minutes. to set the record. we will see if he can do it. the marathon and for person relay team include something very special. this is the first running event in history to go over the bay bridge. one race director said including this in the route makes it easier for oakland police department officers who patrol the running festival. >> opd. actually love the idea because it puts a little less stress on their staff. due to the fact that there is
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about eight miles if you take the bay bridge and the bay bridge trail leading up to the bridge. so those are all intersections that don't really need to be manned. so that makes life a little bit easier on the him. >> the marathon is already underway. the 5k is underway in the half marathon is what is next. reason, this entire area will start getting crowded by runners again because the half marathon starts at 930 9:30 am. certainly important for people to know as they are getting in and around oakland. there are lots of street closures and changes in bus routes. >> going over the bridge too. they're going to run for the bike lanes i think. they will actually be running on the bridge itself. >> the traffic continues on the bridge itself but certainly. >> there's that looky lou kind of thing. >> and that does affect
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traffic. absolutely. more delays the best by the opening of a subway project in san francisco. >> why there is a chance the extension may not open this year. what does special counsel robert mueller find in his investigation of russian in the 2016 presidential election? we will talk to a uc professor about the ramifications.
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this will get you dancing. a live look at into san francisco. another nice day underway. happy sunday to all of you and thank you jen stevens for suggesting the pointer sisters. we are playing songs from oakland musicians as we are highlighting and showcasing the oakland running festival and marathon going on today. they begin the formal vocal training in their father's church. the church of god in west oakland. we have a beautiful day coming our way. dry and relatively mild. we have rain coming back by tomorrow. i will detail this in the extended forecast coming up. thank you. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are feeling a little jittery this morning as they wait to hear the findings of the mueller investigation. so far the report has not been seen outside the justice department. washington is also waiting to see what the report may mean for the upcoming 2020 election. to talk about it all the
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political science professor at uc berkeley. >> thanks for having me back. >> know you haven't seen it but let's get your reaction to 22 months to put together and here it is. >> and whatever is in the report, the president will claim that the that it exonerates them and the democrats will say we don't need their portion of he cheated. >> the president has been cavalier. on friday he said make it public. i want everyone to see i did nothing wrong. >> are you surprised by that? >> not at all. whatever is in the report he needs to play a completely cool. that he is consistent with proper behavior in the law and that can exonerates him. >> was talk about the size of the document. it has to be hundreds of thousands of pages. >> how do they go through that in just a couple of days?
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>> they will build go through comprehensively. there will be a summary document that the mueller team released to the attorney general and that was sort of guide them through. almost a master content or table of contents. >> democrat seizing the moment. they want this all to be very transparent. whatever is in there. the public should know. you think that will happen and who has the power to do that? >> it will have them. there is information in the report that has been hinted at that is damaging to people but it didn't lead to an indictment. long-standing justice department regulations preclude the release of that information. i think the democrats, the democrats in congress know that there seizing on to say will since there are unredacted portion, this is not completely transparent so that we can keep the permanent opposition going. >> who has the power to release it? the attorney general formally has the power to release it. >> the democrats say there
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might be damaging information about if not president trump the other people that work with president trump whoever that may be? if they were indicted, the justice department said fine. were not want to disclose that information. they would like it disclosed. >> they said they want disclosed because they want to be able to maintain at some lack of transparency so that they can keep a permanent opposition going. a long-standing justice department regulation to not disclose information that will not be pursued in a legal case. you basically have are dragging people through the mode. with his damaging information. isn't going to be used to break a case. >> say the president is clear and i put that in air quotes. what happens for the presidential campaign going forward. >> president donald trump heads tweeted hundred times about the witchhunt and we can expect whatever the democrats do they will keep beating the drum of this was a witchhunt. this was all, no pun trump that by his opponents and it has hamstrung his ability to pursue
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his agenda. he will make an issue in the 2020 reelection campaign. >> and let's talk about those. who have not been indicted. the president's own son. jerryd kushner his son a lot may have to be breathing a little sigh of relief i would imagine? >> they know what they did. they know what they were involved in at trump tower the 2016 campaign so presumably they already knew if they had done something you really should make them sweat and make them worry but it certainly is good news for them and their entire team. indictments are coming out of this. >> we have a few democrats in the state and i know kamala harris has been here and bernie sanders in san francisco. they have been pounding the drama they might have to change gears a little bit if whatever is disclosed is in the favor of the president. >> well, i think that will construe to be is maximally unfavorable is the can and
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there will be some parts of the report that are redacted. they're going to make the argument there is a lack of transparency that we keep feeding the permanent opposition that is useful for the democrats and they need to keep doing it. >> and there are a lot of democrats running. >> usually don't see this many high-quality candidates running this early. it will be interesting. less than a year away. >> things for having me. >> thanks for having your expertise on this. some good theater the next couple of days for sure. coming up next, the united kingdom is divided divided on how to approach his department departure from the eu. how supporters are taken to the streets with a way to keep the uk from leaving that. >> coming up. stay right there.
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a great day shaping up for your sunday fun day. we do have partly cloudy skies out there for today. a little bit apache fog and temperatures on the cool side especially this morning. for the afternoon it will be nice and pleasant. giving a view of the golden gate bridge where we have locales low clouds and place in high liver level clouds associated with the storm that is going to bring us some rain for tomorrow. giving you a view of some of the rainfall totals. thus far. since the season began back in october. santa rosa has received 40 inches of rain.
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128% of average air. 100% of average and oakland. 105 and areas over san jose. we are in great shape and we have more rain on the way. for today, just the high clouds and the nice mild weather as we get into the afternoon. tomorrow, tomorrow morning to be exact, wet weather on the doorstep once again and we could see anywhere from one half inch of rain. southern portions of the bay area. maybe even to over the north bay. here is a look at what we are expect as we get into the bay area monday. that we are at a clock in the rain is falling. expect the morning drive to be asleep when. is tuesday morning. we begin to see a bit of a break. it looks like we will be partly sunny in partly cloudy on sunday. not a lot of rain expected. back over the pacific and wednesday morning. scattered showers remain in the forecast for the start of our thursday. 10 to 20 inches.
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monday, all the way into tuesday. if her heading up to the sierra and the days ahead, expect to beat winter travel. 43 degrees in nevada. santa rosa. 41 and 39 in livermore. one of the chillier spots. around the beta45 and oakland. san francisco, if you're going to the coliseum to see the giants in a's play later today, 63 in partly cloudy and light winds expected for you there. afternoon highs in the north bay 62 for napa in the city of san francisco. 60 for the afternoon. 60s for the inner east bay. south bay 65 in san jose 65. morgan hill and a look at the extended forecast. mean rain rain rain. on the extended forecast. spring showers.
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for delays could push back the opening of a central subway project in san francisco. we will tell you why there is a chance the real extension may not opened this year.
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♪i want a lonely road. ♪ >> a little green day on a sunday. we have some clouds but the rain is left release today. want to thank francisco who chimed in on facebook and asked for a little green day. the boulevard of broken dings dreams. were asking for your favorite oakland artists in honor of the oakland running festival. the marathon going on right now through the streets of oakland
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and soon to go over the bay bridge too. if her heading that way, to take caution. good to have you on board. >> good morning. rosemary is here with a look at our forecast and it is a wet one. >> not today. >> the day is going to be a good day. we have partly cloudy skies were temperatures in the 60s for the afternoon. if you are going to be out and about their is that look at the golden gate bridge were folks are already on the move. there has been high-level clouds overhead for today. associated with that wet weather. the clowney were alluding to. in the afternoon you might notice an increase in cloud cover. for today, it will be dry and mild and rain arrives in the overnight our. and this morning, it is a bit of a chilly start with the
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partly cloudy skies in the drier weather in place. temperatures way down from yesterday morning. right now 40 degrees in santa rosa. low 40s and napa. mid-forties in oakland. upper 30s in livermore and low 40s for san jose. temperatures down by five. 10 degrees and even 12 degrees over areas like livermore were were beginning to rebound and see a bit of a flip. we were down by closer to 12 and 13 degrees earlier this morning. the visibility has been an issue at times. not too bad along the stretch of novato highway 101 you may find some their. visibility shows 4 miles and towards the sacramento central valley area it was a little thicker early on and now it looks like it has improved as well. we will continue with the partly cloudy scott in the bay area for today. here is a look at the forecast
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for the oakland coliseum after going to watch the giants and a's play. 623 degrees and partly cloudy skies and a light breeze for the afternoon game. around the region we will go 62. 60 in downtown san francisco. a lot of mid 60s for the inner east bay and the south bay and 65 in san jose. we have wet weather arriving tomorrow. details in the extended forecast coming up. one adult is dead and three others were injured after a shooting in san francisco's foil more district. please call the neighborhood near the fillmore heritage center where there were reports of shots fired. when police officers arrived they found for victims. one person dead at the scene and another was critically injured. to others were also hurt. police do not have a motive and are now asking for witnesses to step forward if they might have some information. bart police are appealing to the public to help them catch a man accused of stabbing a fellow passenger. bart police released surveillance photos of the suspect investigators say he was in a fight with another man on a richmond bound train on friday afternoon when the train pulled in to the fruitville station. the suspect stabbed the victim in the face and the neck. the victim taken to the hospital he had to have surgery but the injuries are not life-
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threatening. bart police say they had some sort of argument between the two men in this was not a random attack. a man who survived the mosque shootings in new zealand is now on a mission to spread love and forgiveness. he was praying with his wife of one of the to mosques that was targeted by a gunman on march 15. his wife was one of the 50 people who was killed. he has been going door-to-door thanking his neighbors for their support and he now wants to meet with the gunman and the gunman's family to offer forgiveness. >> my next you know wish is to meet the shooter. meet him. and wherever possible and also want to hug him. and i want to say to him you are still my human brother. you did something wrong but you are still my human brother. >> new zealand has been on high alert ever since the massacre
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and has already changed its gumballs. 28-year-old australian man has been charged with the murder in the shootings. in his manifested of he said he was motivated by hate and white supremacy. president donald trump meeting with israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow. he arrived in washington earlier this morning. the annual american israel public affairs committee policy conference will begin on monday. white house reversed decades of foreign-policy last week. president donald trump is encouraging is encouraged rather the israel and a contested part of western syria that was the central issue in that 1967 war. yahoo also facing some legal challenges back at home. the is really attorney general announced plans to indict the prime minister on corruption charges. there are new calls for british prime minister teresa made to resign. some members of her own conservative party say she should step aside. may says she wants to bring her brexit deal to a vote in
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parliament for the 3rd time after already being defeated twice. meanwhile almost 1 million people filled the streets of london yesterday urging a second vote on the uk's departure from the european union. marchers want the uk government to revoke article 50 which is the act of formally triggered the break that process in the first place. parliament does not approve of a trade agreement with the eu. the country will leave the european union on april 12. the jenny is fighting the judges ruling of all the utilities while fire prevention program. p jenny says the judges order will fully comply with all vegetation management clearance laws as part of his probation in a criminal case would be too difficult. the utility said there is no way he could monitor every tree at the moment of every day or every moment of every day to ensure they do not pose a
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threat to electrical lines. last month the jenny says it's equipment probably caused the deadly campfire and paradise that killed at least 85 people. sacramento authorities are looking for man that could've torched the gas station. investigators released images of the suspect. they say he filled a gas container yesterday morning and intentionally spilled the fuel near the pump and then lit it on fire. a gas station attendant quickly took everyone who was inside the convenience store to safety and then he used a fire expenditure to put out the flames but authorities say that situation could've been catastrophic. the suspect walked away and has not been seen since. were tracking and developing story. the city of phoenicia warning people of potential respiratory issues stemming from the valero refinery. the city says an ongoing issue is sending higher concentrations of particulate matter into the air. and advisory of residents says testing shows the particulates are not harmful level but they can call some vision and breathing discomfort. the city is advising people
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that may have respiratory problems to stay inside and close all the doors and windows today. some shoppers in redwood city may have been surprised to see what part next to their cars. a civilian helicopter made an emergency landing in a kmart parking lot on veterans avenue at about 4:30 pm yesterday. the pilot reported what he called was a minor mechanical issue as he was approaching the saint carlos airport. that's about two miles from the kmart parking lot. he made a controlled and safe landing. he reported the incident to federal authorities. mechanics came from the airport and the helicopter took off again about two hours later. it is the 10th year for the oakland running festival. heading back to the big race. people still out on the street. a lot more on that coming up. in washington, eagerly waiting to hear the results of the mueller report. we will talk with someone who knows robert mueller about what is involved in this kind of investigation.
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♪good morning to you. a little bit of tower of power to get you going. tower of power from oakland and we are showcasing oakland a bit this morning with the marathon
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going on. we have the a's and the giants playing at the coliseum. this request coming all the way from boston. thanks jim. we appreciate. for suggesting this. view from san francisco. we have a nice day in store and details on your sunday plus when the wet weather is expected to arrive coming up. the president and members of congress have been briefed on the results of the mueller investigation as soon as today. special counsel robert mueller delivered the report on russian interference in the 2016 election to the department of justice on friday afternoon. right now the attorney general william barr and staff are preparing a summary that we could take a look at maybe by today. top democrat said they want the report to be released in its entirety and people from across the aisle have asked for the same thing. special counsel robert mueller's office says it is not planning any further indictments and trump has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witchhunt.
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roy little is here a uc hastings college of law professor who is known is known robert mueller since the '90s. so much for joining us. my pleasure. >> we are talking to greg and you have known him for 20 years and worked with him kind of professionally and why you don't sit around watching football games together, what is your impression of robert mueller and how he will be dealing with this post investigation time. he think he is relieved to say 22 months of this. i'm ready to just push it forward and move forward? >> you know, bob mueller is everything he seems to be in the media. he is a serious guy. he takes his assignments or does his assignments and then he finishes and his assignment is over. right now. he wrote his report. i don't think he is involved in the decision of the attorney general and the white house as to what to do with the report. but he knows who will be involved in this probably for the next couple of years. there will be congressional
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hearings and calling for subpoenas. he will be asked to risk. is not the guy that will see some spotlights. i don't think you will see him on the tv news shows anytime soon. >> that will be a surprise. not what was seen he from him during this and maintained his composure. where do think that comes from. >> we know a lot about his history on paper right. we know he is a marine. we know he has been in this role and in these positions where they can investigate anyone from the nfl to the president of the united states and there's a reason people turn to him. as someone who has i am what do you think it is that got them through this in a way that allows him to maintain his composure. you may not want to be in the spotlight but he certainly is. >>. what is really true about him is he is a patriot. he really believes very seriously that he owes the country his honesty and integrity. he talks to people that works
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for him and tells them, think about what you could do for the country every day of your job. he is totally honest. honest to a fault in a sense and he's not afraid to tell people when he thinks they are wrong. and, he enlisted in the marines. he didn't have to. he came from a somewhat privileged background but he said no. i'm going to go to vietnam. he went to vietnam and was in combat and you know he was in private practice for a few years in the late 80s and early 90s. and he left and he went back to be a prosecutor in the u.s. attorney's office in delta02 because he likes doing that. he gave up a huge salary in order to go back and serve his country. that is who he is. >> deftly seems as though he is driven by his values and what he believes to be true and right and that in these professional and situations, where he has asked to call to perform a task, he will do that and keep everything separate. who is bob mueller.
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the person one. how tight is a circle what he can sit back at the end of the night and say man. this is tough for this is frustrating or i can't stand this person. i mean i know we will never see that side of him or will i don't know. and i simply will never really see that side of him in public. but is the one of those people who has a tightknit group. he's been married for a long time. and they will say k i'm this is driving me crazy? >> you know, he does have a closed group around him. family and friends. but he is not a guy who sits at the 1:00 in the morning and drink a few beers and sort of chats about how things are point going. he is a relatively unexciting guy. he goes to bed at 9:00 and says see you later., he was retired.
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and the deputy attorney general asked him to become the special counsel. he didn't have to take a job and i'm not sure he wanted it. i think he did it out of a sense of duty. and so he is not mr. casual. he is a tightly controlled individual. >> so what we see in the persona was see him handling. business maybe that is who he is behind the scenes more than we think. >> i think that is right. and i think you will come out of it looking pretty good as well. the report i guarantee doesn't go into a lot of gossipy. it will be straightforward. and i think we will see the report sooner or later. we will see a summary of conclusions first and then there will be a fight about how much detail is released. we will have to edit out classified information. but sooner or later i think almost everything will become public. in 1974 the special prosecutor gave to congress everything that they had gathered on richard nixon. all of the reports and all the underlying evidence so there is
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precedence for that. >> you think as you can imagine other people who would've had to face this kind of task in front of them, any other people who could've handled it in a way that robert mueller handled it? >> i have to say it was a choice but rod rosenstein to seek out bob mueller. mueller and rob rosenstein and myself in a bunch of people all back to a guy from the department of justice who sort of imbued assault with a sense of integrity and duty to country. there are other people who could do the same job but i'm not sure anyone had the same stature as bob mueller. the director of the fbi for 12 years spanning presidents of both parties. never has had anything unfortunate in his background. either personal or professional. he really was the perfect choice. >> and is a lot to take on and it would be in history. his place his firm as someone in a very tumultuous time taking on this very difficult
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role. >> we appreciate your insight and we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thank you. enjoy talking about bob mueller. inc. you and rosemary. did you enjoy talking about this weather. >> you're not tired of the rain? >> never tired of the rain. >> good answer. >> we can enjoy the sunshine and then we will enjoy the rain. giving you a view across the bay into san francisco. we do have a little bit of fog out there this morning. low clouds and high-level clouds. the high-level clouds associated with the wet weather called it was mentioning. here is a view of storm tracker to. we will continue with the mid- and high-level clouds low-level clouds along the coastline. little talk inside the bay and over areas of novato this morning for watching visibility.
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come down to about a quarter mile or so so be careful. you may find some patchy fog especially towards the sacramento and central valley. there is a look at the system that will bring us some rain by tomorrow morning. here is a look at future cast for today. dry one. partly cloudy and cool to my mild temperatures for the afternoon. tomorrow morning the rain is already on our doorstep as we get out the door so the morning drive will be a slick one. here is a look at tuesday morning. it looks like were going to be in between systems. we will coffers partly sunny conclusions. not completely drive. on wednesday morning. the next system moves in and on thursday we could wake up with scattered showers in the forecast as well. a few days of wet weather coming our way with the first system starting tomorrow morning but see anywhere from one quarter inch of rain to one inch. little more and the oath north bay. it will be a morning widespread rain and tapering off in the afternoon to scattered showers. on enough spotty stuff. if you're going to be watching the a's and giants play in san
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francisco you may have a little bit the shower activity but the heavier stuff will be during the morning hours and there is a storm warning for our sierras. starts tomorrow morning until tuesday morning. we could see 10 to 20 inches of new snow fall. in the sierras. by tuesday and into wednesday. outside our doors at this hour, a bit of a cooler start than yesterday. 44 in novato. 49 in downtown san francisco and low 40s in areas over fremont, san jose, 44 in sunnyvale. afternoon highs for today upper 50s in pacifica. low 60s in oakland if are going to the coliseum to watch the giants and the a's game. 64 in livermore and in the north a 62 degrees in nampa. the extended forecast sunny and partly cloudy for today. and the rest of the week ahead. take a look at that. we have rain on the icon monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. the good news is at least at the moment next weekend looks dry. >> we will take a. that sounds good.
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apple is open to make another big splash in a media event tomorrow. we will talk with the tech expert about what to expect with apple apple's latest products. and return of the bay bridge series. we will take a help baseball season is coming back with a face-off of class a rivals.
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stratton the report to san francisco central subway project could be delayed. the examiner says the ongoing contract disputes between the transportation agency and the contractor could push back the project. a spokesperson told the governor the goal is to finish the project by december of this year but the projects independent monitor says the date could be pushed back to may 2020 if contract issues are not resolved. spring-training come soon and with the bay bridge series the giants will face the a's at the coliseum. first digit one:05. before the major league regular-
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season starts on thursday. of course the a's in the mariners already opened their season late last week with a two-game series. the a's dropped both games. on thursday the a's will host angels while the giants open in san diego. warriors blown out by 35 points. one of the worst teams in the nba on your home court. is my a little concerning and steph curry did not play but still, while steph was resting. they got hammered by dallas. 40-year-old gardner whiskey played in what is likely his final game at oracle and he went at it in style. season number 21. imported 10 points in the first four minutes of the game and got the mavericks hourly by 15. the rest was up at about a 3. got it. not done yet. he will reload from the other side. he had a triple-double. 2nd quarter already down 26. kevin durant chipping away with a little step back jumper. he had a team-high 24 but too much. and the wind. to combine for 44 points. he will finish with a late in.
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is now file one half game behind denver for the first place in the west. they lose about 35. now nine games remaining before the playoffs. kickoff. travel basketball. today at the sap center in san jose hosting a couple of games in the second round of the men's ncaa basketball tournament. first off at 410 this afternoon, it is 12 seat liberty university out of virginia. taking on in-state rival virginia tech. a few hours later underdogs uc irvine against oregon. battle of the 13th and 12 seats in the south regional. in stamford and cal headed to the second round. the cardinals beat uc davis 79 to 54 yesterday. at maples pavilion. stanford made nearly 50% of his shots and will now face become young tomorrow at maple.'s danford is beaten davis by the way 13 straight times. the meantime, counterfeiting north carolina 92-72. they're all world player showed
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why she is an all-american. she scored 18 points. grabbed it down 20 to rebound. eight to seek out will not have the daunting task of facing the number one seed baylor at their home in waco texas. that will happen tomorrow. it is the 10th year of the oakland running festival. we went back out to the big race through the streets of oakland. coming up. strapless bernie sanders in the bay area today. we will talk about the message the presidential candidate is planning to bring to california voters. let's get ready to rumble.
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there ktvu, this is news. >> how about a little sheila e. we are talking about oakland, musicians. sheila e. comes to the top of the list of lots of folks. >> she rocks. we feel like it is all about oakland sometimes. we are talking about the oakland running festival that is happening this morning so you will see people all around and about going to treasure island. here is a beautiful shot over the san francisco bay this
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morning. sit march in the. i'm claudine long. >> rosemary is right over there. >> you like sheila e, don't you? >> i like to see her perform. yes. we have some good weather coming our way. we're going to have a dry one for today, and as we get into tomorrow, the rain returns. once it arriving it's just going to keep coming. let's enjoy today. giving you a live look at the golden gate bridge where we have low clouds. mid and high level clouds. they will continue to stream across the bay as we await the next wet system. here is a view of some of the temperatures outride side right now with the partly cloudy skies in the overnight hours and the do you conditions. temperatures really fell off. we had upper 30s to start the morning for some of our inland locations. now, at 44-degrees in santa rosa. 47 in napa. oakland at 51. 43 in livermore. temperatures are beginning to rebound. still a little bit cooler than where we were yesterday morning especially areas hike san carlos.
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and livermore, a chillier start down by nine as well. it looks like visibility is a okay. the partly cloudy skies will continue for today. and then as we get into tomorrow, expecting that rain in time for the morning drive. going up to the coliseum to watch the game. 63. a light breeze with those clouds in place for today. here is a better look around downtown san francisco for today. we'll go 60 into the south bay. 36 mountainview. 62 expected in season santa rosa. details on that wet weather and the snow coming our way if just a bit. san francisco police are asking for help in finding whoever shot four people last night. that shooting happened on filmore street just before 9:00 last night. officers found several victims and that included one person who had already died. three other people were taken to the hospital, and police say one was in critical condition. police at this point are only saying that the victims are adults. they are not saying if they have a motive for this shooting.
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anyone with information is being asked to call san francisco police. one person died and another was hurt after a house caught fire in redwood city. flames broke out near jackson avenue around 10:00 last night. firefighters say a woman was killed and a man was taken to the hospital. he is expected to recover. most of the damage was contained to the kitchen. crews say they arrived four minutes after getting the call. stanford university student studying abroad has died after falling during a hike with some fellow classmates. the 20-year-old was from palo alto and a junior at stanford. the university said they were hiking with some other students on friday when the group lost sight. authorities searched into the night but his body was not discovered until yesterday. he was a computer science major. planned to minor in art history. he was part of the group of stanford student who is have been studying in europe during their winter quarter. the family of a missing sacramento woman who has die ties to the bay area asking for help from the public.
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stinson's family reported her missing on february together. relatives are handing out fliers and trying to find out if anyone has seen her in the last six weeks. family friends say stinson grew up in alameda county and went to james logan high school in union city. her friends and family say they are concerned sacramento police have not gotten back to them with any information. >> honestly, since then, we haven't heard anything from the detectives or missing persons. so we're out here kind of doing our own investigations and trying to figure out if the community can help us with this. >> the family says anyone who has seen stinson should contact the sacramento police. the president and members of congress could be briefed on the results of the mueller investigation as soon as today. special council robert mueller delivered the report on lugs interference in the 2016 election.
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top democrats want the report to be released in its entirety. the president himself has called without qualification for the report to be made public. there is no reason on god's green earth why attorney general ba recross-examinationr should do any less. >> since that meeting, we have done a lot of training. >> the report on whether donald trump's campaign coordinated with russia and whether trump sought to disrupt that investigation. the special council says it is not planning any further excitements. trump has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witch hunt. meanwhile, the run for the white house continues for senator presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in san francisco this afternoon. sanders is scheduled to hold a rally at the great meadow park at fort mason. this afternoon, yesterday made a campaign stop in l. a. where he advocated for medicare for all. higher minimum wage and less power for billionaires. >> although they have the
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wellth and the power, at the end of the day, they are the one percent. we are the 99%. today's rally is scheduled to kick off at 12:30 this afternoon. doors will open up at 11:00. california senator presidential candidate kamala harris is campaigning across the south this weekend. >> this is a moment in time that is requiring us each and collectively to look in a mirror and ask a question. that question being who are we? >> she spoke during a campaign stop in houston yesterday. today she is expected to speak in atlanta at the eastbound thoser baptist church which is where dr. martin luther king, jr. she is expected to rally voters. new york senator and presidential candidate is making her first major stump speech and it is starting to happen in front of a trump property. he she is about to speak in front of the trump
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international hotel and tower. you can hear and see a live picture of the spot where she will be speaking. there has been a lot of talk about what she will say, but she is expected to call president trump a coward and expect to accuse him of tearing apart the moral fabric of the country. gillibrand says she wants the report to be made. she believes the president has under mined american democracy. happening now in the bay area, thousands of runners are out on the streets of oakland all part of the city's big running festival. >> this is racecourse has runners making history. check out this map on your screen. you can see that green. that shows where the runners will be going where they are going. they are going to go in and around downtown oakland, but they'll also be making their way across the bay bridge. that is a first. we have sarah live at the finishline. and it is kind of amazing, but those fast marathoners that we saw taking off at the start of
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our show may be coming back towards you very soon. right, sarah? >> can you believe that? i am so surprised that a marathon can be done that quickly. so we are at the finish line right now. the marathon started at 7:00 this morning. we are expecting the first marathon finisher to run through this area at about 9:30. that is two and a half hours after the marathon started. 26.2 miles in two and a half hours. that is a true athlete right there. now, the half marathon will also start soon and the 5k is about wrapped up. there are a lot of people out here with metals around their necks after completing that 3.1- mile race. we talked to one family who ran the 5k together. line >> reporter: is cool to see people out there. we're happy to have them there are. the marathon and four-person
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team includes running over the bridge. this the first in history to do over the bay bridge. someone who will go over the bridge is a dad from mountainhouse. he is running while pushing his quintuplets in a stroller. he is trying to set a record by 26.2 miles. he has to finish within four hours and 45 minutes to set the record. we will see. we are expecting him and many others to be running through this area within the next couple of hours. not everybody can finish a marathon in two and a half hours. we will be standing at this finish line in the next 30 minutes. maybe we'll see that first person running through during our next live shot. ktvu, fox 2 news. >> we'll look for them. the calendar says it is spring but it still feels a lot like winter after this latest storm. check it out. the fresh snow was attracting a lot of skiers and snowborders to the mountains. both had to stay on it to make sure those roads stay safe and
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clear. they are making it possible for a lot of drivers to get where they were going without having to put those chains on themselves. several of the resorts including sugarbowl started the morning with almost a foot of fresh snow. >> it's been amazing. it's been a record year and the sugarbowl is an awesome place to come. it has been a lot of fun. >> it has completely changed through the season. everything got buried so it has beenen aincredible year. it's been so fun. >> and everyone is worried that, you know, after one storm, they'll miss it. you can't miss it. >> yeah, it's going to be there. for people spending their spring break in the mountains, the weather should be good today and tomorrow. there could be more snow and rain later in the week. >> sorry for all the folks that live up there that are shoveling their walkways. not again. >> exhausting winter for them. >> here we go. coming up next, an important warning if you are an avacado fan. we'll talk about the recall that has been issued on some california-grown avacados.
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i love that view. good morning to you. happy sunday. on the go. we have a view there of the bay bridge. san francisco. it is going to be a nice day. it is going to be slightly warmer. this request by amera. good morning. fantastic. and the family moves from mass chew sets to oakland and he talked himself to play if you can believe that. pretty impress i. another impressive day around the bay area as we await the next storms. we have details on what you can expect today and the week ahead coming up. apple planning a big media event. a lot of rumor and speculation always surrounds they had kinds of things. apple known for announcing hard justice of the peace ware products on the big stage. it could be all about their software. joining us now is the cofounder of nerds on call. ryan, good morning. >> good morning.
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give our viewers a clue on what apple is going to unvail? >> all last week, apple updated a bunch of their hardware products. this week it is going to be all about the software. imagine when you want to sit down and watch a streaming on your sell vision, you there to watch netflix or hulo and have to switch between apps. unless you have an apple tv where you can kind of see what is on every service. once you launch something, you are switching to a new app again. it is a little bit of a pain in the butt when you are trying to do that sort of thing. apple is trying to solve that problem. think of apple music. when you want to listen to a song or an album, you don't have to switch between different music companies. you play whatever you want to play. that is what apple wants to create for television where you can sit down and watch whatever you want to watch depending on not a completely -- of what plattform it is on. and we think it is going to be called apple video. >> and i guess we should be
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surprised because every time they come out with a new i whyen phone, sales are kind of soft. we have all got a phone. they got to diversify a little bit. find another revenue stream that is probably a pretty good idea, especially if you are an apple shareholder. >> yeah. and in 2017, tim cook said he was going to double apple's service revenue over the course of the next four years. and so this is sort of his big step into that. now, one of the last thing steve jobs said before he passed was that he had cracked the code on television, and everybody thought well, that means that apple is going to come out with a tv set at some point. what this is really just fulfilling that vision of creating a plattform much like apple music where you can watch anything you want. now, apple is also invested over a billion dollars in new content from some of the biggest players in hollywood. for example, they are coming out with a new show with steve carrell, jennifer anniston and reese witherspoon that is a morning show about morning news based on the cnn reporter's book. >> all right.
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i resemble that remark. good forapple. go ahead. >> i was going to say they also partnered with steven spielboerg. jason mamoa, j. j. abrams and even coming out with a tv series following kevin durant from right there in the bay area. >> well, seven getting in the business now. it is not the networks anymore. they a lot of times get shut up. netflix wins. hbo wins. let's talk about the hardware stuff that was introduced last week with improvements to the ipads and the macs, the earbuds, the airbuds as well. how come they didn't do that tomorrow? >> well, mainly because there was no real big update to any of those things. they were just sort of like evolutionary updates. they not a hill bit better and faster and cleaner. nothing really fantastic like they like to codo in these big events. they really want to wow when they do that sort of thing. some of their products if you remember when they went from
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the i whyen pad with the bezel frame around the edges and now it is completely bezelless, that was an exciting announcement. this time it was like hey, we have slightly faster processes. slightly faster. that is nothing really excited about that. where something like this where they are going to completely revolutionize the way we are watching television. that seems like it is worthy of a steve jobs theater. >> can you put your financial hat on? do you think their stock might go up maybe a tad because they are venturing down some new revenue streams? >> yeah. you know, it is interesting. most people who are looking at this are saying oh, apple, you have no chance. you have netflix, hulu and prime and disney coming out. you're late to the game. with apple, they always come late to the game because they always get it right. if you remember when the ipod was first introduced. everybody said mp3 players. those are dead. nobody needs that. we have plenty of them. the ipod completely changed everything and was married with, of course, itunes.
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itunes was revolutionary the way we consumed and listened to music much of the way spotify changed the game and apple followed with apple music. apple is not a huge inviter of -- inveigh or the of coming out with the newest things. they come out with the best of what is already out there. i think that is what we are going to see tomorrow. >> i always say this. apple is an amazing company. and i feel like they always have to reinvent the wheel every six months with all their products because i already got that. oh, the phones or the camera is a little better. i kind of feel for them a little bit in that regard. >> i think that is ultimately why the iphone sales are down right now because we are all on this treadmill of every year, let's get a new phone. then they raise the price to over a thousand dollars for a phone. people are like whoa, i'm okay with my older february now. i don't need to upgrade every year. apple has to find new ways to get our consumer money. >> this might do it. my influence. a couple of years old. perfectly fine with it he's for now.
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ryan held ridge, thank you so much. we'll see what happens tomorrow. that music means. she's running back in the studio. and we have partly cloudy. and blue skies. sunlight in store. and let's take. and for this time of year. 40 inches of rain and 120. 10% of average. and we do more. and ahead of the storm that will bring us. for our urban areas. a little witt more in our hills and a little bit over portions
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of the north bay. here is a look at the futurecast for you. we'll go with partly sunny skies. partly cloudy for today. here is a view of tomorrow morning. getting on to the roadways. going to be a bit slick. the scattered showers or steadier rain expected for the morning hours. then it tapers off into the afternoon if you are going to the park, i believe it is called now. frac to see the as and giants play. scattered showers will remain in the forecast. that steady rain is going to be in the morning. here is a look at tuesday morning. we'll be in between systems. we'll call for partly cloudy. mostly cloudy. a chance of scattered showers. the next system rolls in wednesday morning expecting it to hit us in time for the morning drive. snow in the sierra. by tomorrow. so tomorrow morning and tuesday morning, now, a winter storm warning for the higher elevations and for the west slope could see snow all the way down to 5000 feet. five inches or so and for the higher peaks, 10 to 20 inches. here is a look at what you can expect if you are going to see
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the giants play today under dry conditions. 63 degrees. and a south breeze about ten miles per hour. that game starts at 105. 60 in san francisco for the afternoon today. we'll go mid ever 0s in san jose and low 60s in the north bay of santa rosa. a pretty day for you there. there is the extended forecast laying it out for you once again in case you didn't catch it the first time. it is going to be a soggy week. low 60s monday and tuesday and wednesday. a little bit cooler on thursday. >> you know, i just got a text from a friend who lives up there. they have spent 4000 on snow removal. and they are raising the white flag. >> oh my goodness. it's been crazy out there. >> it has been a very wet season. more to come. thanks. up next, millions of robo calls are sent aevery month. at 9:45 how congress is considering ways to punish those who send them. and a major crash on the grapevine. how it took crews hours to clear dozens of cars off that highway. coming up.
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campbell police called to the scene near hamilton on saturday morning. all the lanes briefly shut down from hamilton. because of the incident. that gas leak also forced people in that area to evacuate. >> the vehicle had actually struck a natural gas line and the gas was actively leaking so we made several evacuations, and the fire department came out and shut off the gas and we were able to get everybody back if their buildings. >> and that building included rental units if a business. the accident is under investigation. we're told that damage was significant. and a major crash involving dozens of cars shut down interstate 5 through the grapevine for several hours over the weekend. l. a. county fire says multiple
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crashes involving 50 vehicles shut down the freeway a little further of l. a. yesterday afternoon. 12 people had to go to the hospital including a toddler. one person taken in critical condition. chb says thick fog made for very unsafe driving conditions. you can tell for these video. the freeway was opened back up at 7:00. last night. operations are back to normal at san francisco international airport this morning aa rough day for travelers yesterday. it started when tsa scanners showed a piece of carry-on luggage this had a gun magazine with ammunition loaded into it. the csa called for that bag to be pulled but the wrong piece of luggage was picked up. that lead to the shut-down of the passenger boarding areas this terminal three and the international terminal, and it grounded all united flights and one air canada flight until the right bag could be town ever found. a traveler who talked with ktvu said the only thing passengers were told was that the security checkpoint was
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closed. somebody to get their information. after about an hour, the passenger with the ammunition in his bag was found and he told agent he didn't know it was inside his luggage. the checkpoints reopened and the flight operations resumed but that did create delays for at least two more hours. her first officer who happens to be his daughter. that is kelly on the right. now, they piloted a flight from los angeles to atlanta last week. the chancellor happened to be on that flight and took this photo when she posted on social media and it quickly went viral. the chancellor shows the photo -- says the photo shows the power of women in aviation. that is super cool. >> that is cool.
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more delays could push back the opening of the central subway project. >> there is a chance that the rail extension may not open this year. >> and there is a lot of tired feet in the city of oakland. it is the 10th annual oakland running fest then we're going to head back out. there may have been a winner. we'll let you know coming up.
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> i've "to tell you i learned something. hi no idea the sisters were from oakland. the girls. come on, frank. >> well, loved them years ago. they are still good to go today. the request coming on twitter and the pointer sisters. so we are throwing his way. and an awesome request at the sisters. there are a lot of requests. >> they are popular today. >> west oakland. they are still performing. the only one to perform. she now performs for her daughter and granddaughter. so they were at art and soul last year in oakland. it is nice to see them back in their hometown so they are till performing. >> look at that. no rain today. >> come on. >> you notice there wasn't any blue sky there. >> maybe a little. >> we were cheering yesterday. >> yes, we were. >> i am glad to see it not there today. >> mid and high-level clouds. so that soft sunlight. we'll look at some of that for today. but, yeah, we are looking at a
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transition already for the system that will bring us wet weather tomorrow. there is a view over the east bay. temperatures this morning in the 40s and low 50s which is an improvement over earlier this morning. it was actually a bit of a colder start with that partly cloudy sky overhead and dry conditions. 24 degrees in santa rosa right now. we have 47 in napa. 51? oakland. low 40s in livermore and san jose. here is a look at the temperature change down five to ten over yesterday morning. the winds are generally light. there is the cloud cover that will continue to stream across the bay area. we started out with a little bit of fog. it looks good if you are going to be out on the highways. visibility shouldn't be too bad. here is a look at what you can expect if you are going to the coliseum. giants verses as. 1:00. 63-degrees. a light south breeze. around the region for today. 60s san francisco. in the north bay, 26 in napa.
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in the south bay, 62 san jose. wet weather arrives early monday morning. i have details in the extended forecast coming up. one adult is dead and three others hurt after a shooting in san francisco's filmore district. police called to the neighborhood near the filmore heritage center where there were reports of shots being fired. they did find the four victims. one person dead at the scene. another critically injured and two others were also wounded. police don't have a motive for the shooting and are asking witnesses to come forward if they have any information. and police are appealing to the public as well to help them catch a man accused of stabbing a fellow passenger. bart police releasing surveillance videos of the suspect here. investigators say was in a fight with another man on a richmond-bound train friday afternoon. when that train pulled in to the fruitvale station at oakland, authorities say the suspect stabbed the victim in the face and the neck. the victim taken to the hospital, had to undergo
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surgery. we were told the injuries are not life-threatening. police say there was an argument between the two men and that was not a random attack. we are learning more about a shooting that killed three young people including a brother and a sister. 18-year-old tiffany conner and 19-year-old david connery and 18-year-old ramillio costillo were all shot in the car early friday morning. two of them died at the scene and other died at the hospital. a family friend said they were good friends and tiffany was a high school senior who was planning on going to college. >> they had so much. so much in life. to live. and it was taken away senselessly. i don't get it. i don't get why the innocent have to be killed. >> police say they do not think the shooting was random and they believe there may be a possible gang connection, but they are still trying to determine the exact motive. a $10,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest. now, we are tracking a developing story.
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the city of venetia warning people of potential respiratory issues stemming from the volero refinery. the ongoing issue at the refinery is sending higher concentration to particular matter into the air in the last day. an advisory to residents that testing shows par tick alaterals are not at a harmful level but they can cause. and advising people have respiratory issues to please stay inside and close all your windows and doors. and authorities are investigating a man at the state park. it happened saturday morning. ridgecrest boulevard. the car plum meted 600 feet before hitting the ground into that reconvene. snow mechanics, the helicopter crew. firefighters tried to rescue the man. he died at the scene. he was the only person inside that car. and a section of busy north bay road will be closed until 10:00 this morning.
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highway 37 is the point shut down to allow crews to safely make emergency repairs on that railroad crossing. drivers are being told to take alternative routes and detours are clearly posted right now. only people who live in the area and emergency vehicles were be allowed through that section. until the work is completed sometime around 10:00 today. the president and members of congress could be briefed as soon as today. special counselor robert mueller delivered the report on the russian interference in the 2016 election to the jus justice department. that happened on friday afternoon. attorney general william barr and his staff are preparing a summary. congress has voted -- the house voted to have this report in favor of having this report released in its entirety. and special council robert mueller's office says it is not planning on any further indictments. the president has repeatedly dismissed the investigation as a witchhunt. earlier this morning we did talk to little about what happens next for special
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council robert mueller. >> okay. none of you are going to be involved in this probably for the next couple of years. there are going to be congressional hearings. going to be fights over subpoenas. he's not a eye guy that seeks the spotlight. professor little worked until the department of justice with mueller and has known him for more than 20 years. he's a moon who follows the law, evidence, and department of justice policies and not politics. a. the subway project has been did layed. ongoing contract disputes. the goal is to finish the project by december of this year. however, the project's independent monitor says they could be pushed back to may. fearly over a year from now. 2020. the contract issues are not resolved. happening now, the oakland
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running festival's half marathon just starting. ask we are expecting those very first marathon runners to be crossing the finish line at any moment. >> this year's course making some history by using the bay bridge as a large section of the race at ktvu. choice at the finish line. >> we have a cup of people that have ran through right now. i am anxiously awaiting to see if there are any solo runners that are running through. but you can see these people. it is unbelievable. this man just ran across. i am trying to figure out if he is part of the relay team or not. 10,000 people from 41 states and is 1 countries are all in oakland participating the this running festival. there are about 1500 runners inth full marathon. a 40% increase over last year. and race director says that is because they change the routes this year for the marathon and
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for the four-person team relay to include running over the bridge. this is the first running event in history to go over the bay bridge. this event isn't even over yet, but organizers are already starting to think about next year's running festival. >> a lot of hard work goes into it. and a lot of people always ask hey, when do you start working on that? tomorrow. so we'll be working on 2020 to were. and what we'll do is kind of take the lessons learned from this event, of course, and everything that goes well and everything that doesn't go so well. we'll tinker with it and make it asest be as we can for the runners. the fastest solo finisher -- finisher came in at two hours and 20 minutes. about 18 minutes ago is when that person ran across the finish line. i was running around this area chatting with people. i didn't see it myself. but pretty incredible. two hours and 20 minutes and of
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course, there are still people crossing the finish line. it has been about two hours and 38 minutes. there is a time right here. these people look exhausted. i am exhausted just looking at them. i haven't done anything today. true agent loots. we are expecting other e to continue to run through this finish line throughout the day. i know it takes some people a really long time to run marathons. these guy twos hours and 38 might bees. two hours and 20 minutes. pretty unbelievable, you dies. >> that is a five-minute mile or less. >> i was just trying to put it in a calculator. >> my official note is really fast. really, really fast. >> very fast. >> really fast. all right, thanks, sarah. well, billions of robo calls are sent every month. we know how much they like those. >> if we could all get them. at 9:45, how congress has considered ways to punish those that send those calls. more on that coming up. and no, you didn't become a
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millionaire last night. we didn't become a millionaire. no one did according to the lottery. so you still have a chance. we'll tell you how people are lining up for that growing powerball jackpot.
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in southern california, but it sure does on in northern california. we are seeing rain on the way. not for today. there is a view of the golden gate bridge. you have a little bit of low cloud cover, fog to start the day. high choweds overhead. and those high clouds are associated with that rain. i'll have details on your dry weather for today and the wet weather for tomorrow coming up. and fighting a judge's ruling involving the utility's
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wildfire prevention program. pg ande says the judge's orders to fully comply as part of its probation in a criminal case would be too difficult. there was no way it could, quote, monitor every tree at every moment of every day to insure they don't pose a threat. the equipment probably caused the deadly campfire. 85 people were killed in that fire. on tuesday, the santa clara county board of supervisors will consider changes for notifying ice about inmates convicted of violent crimes. under a new proposal, i.c.e. would be notified better the release of violent felons. the supervisor introduced the proposal after a woman was killed in her home in san jose last month. the man charged in her death is an undocumented immigrant those requests allow to pose an inmate longer. i.c.e. should rely on arrest warrants
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instead of detainers. the. will be meeting with israeli prime minister tomorrow. he arrived in washington. earlier this morning, the american isreal public affairs committee policy conference will begin later today. the white house reversed decades of foreign policy last woke. president trump is encouraging that isreal annex a contested part of western syria that was the central issue back in the 1967 war. and he also facing his own legal challenges back home. the israeli attorney general announced plans to indictment the prime minister on corruption charges. and there are renewed calls for british prime minister teresa may to resign. some members of her own conservative parties say she should step aside. may says she wants to bring her brexit deal to a vote for a third time after being defeated two times. meanwhile, almost a million people filling the streets of london yesterday urging a second vote on the uk's depour chu from the european union. marchers want the uk government
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to revoke article 50 which the act that formerly triggered the brexit process. parliament does not approve a trade agreement with the eu. the country are lead the union on april 19. you might need to throw them away. a california-based company is recalling avacados. samples were taken during a routine inspection at the henry avacado packing facility. they tested positive for listeria. the avacados are sold in bulk in stores in six states including california. so far, no illnesses have been reported. the company says the recalled avacados have stickers that say bravocado, california, and organic. we have received those pesky robo calls. even though uncle sam tried to crack down on the spam calls, they remain the number one complaint to the federal communications commission. the reporter, whatever happens to the do not call list?
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>> if you ever wondered if it is just you, it is not. >> i get the same phone call at 11:00 at night from the same number every single day. >> americans are getting row bow calls. now the number one complaint to the federal communications commission. scammers use employees like health insurance sales and free vacations to steal your identity and your cash. >> hi. this is jessica calling with the funding department at the business loan center. >> reporter: legislators tried to tackle it with the do not call list in 2003, but violaters weren't phased by fines. now a bill first introduced last year is getting a second look in the senate and promises criminal punishment for the first time. >> paying the fines is the cost of doing business. they have built it into their business plan and business model. the only way you are going to get their attention is to make these penalties really hurt. >> reporter: south dakota senator, a cosponsor of the telephone robo call abuse, criminal enforcement or deterrent fact says the change
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can't come soon enough. in 2018, there were 48 billion robo calls to mobile phones, a nearly 60% increase from the year before. another company first says this year will be worse. nearly half the time your cell phone rings, it will be a scammer. the bill targets people like adrian who developed a program federal regulators say made 27 million robo calls in three months in 2016. >> how would consumers spot these calls? can they say stop? no. he earned the biggest ever ftc fine but got no jail time even though his calls overwhelmed an emergency medical paining service. >> i think if there was a threat of criminal prosecution, it would probably change his behavior. >> the stats already have strong bipartisan support and the backing of attorney general from all 50 states. senator hope it will come up for a vote in the next few weeks. in new york, fox news. well, the calendar says it
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is spring, but it feels and looks like winter especially after this latest storm. the fresh snow was attracting a lot of skiers and borders to the mountains. both caltran and the chp working hard to make sure those roads stay safe and clear. getting a lot of business this winter making it possible for drivers to get where they are going without slipping and sliding. several of the resorts including sugarbowl started the morning with almost a foot of fresh snow. >> it has been amazing. it has been a record year. the sugarbowl is an awesome place to come. it has been a lot of fun. >> it has completely changed through the season. everything got buried. so it has been an incredible year. it's been so fun. >> for people spending their spring break in the mountains, you are looking good for today. are we looking good tomorrow? >> tomorrow, we're going to have an add voice i for our drivers? >> and then later this week. >> it is probably going to be the same. >> so if you are up there, stay all week. >> yeah. absolutely. you have the week off. and if you have to spend a
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couple of days just in the village, you know, sure. a little bit of hot cocoa around the fire. i like it. >> i'm in. >> me, too. let's go. and giving you a view there of the hills in the east bay. and we have got some filtered sunshine for today. those high clouds associated with the storm that will eventually drop some rain on us. not today, but by tomorrow. more snow. giving you a view here at storm tracker 2. there is the cloud cover. starting out with low clouds as well. a little bit of fog. by tomorrow morning in time for for your morning commute, we will have scattered showers and rain in the forecast. here is a view of what we can expect tomorrow morning. time stamp reads 7:00. there is the rain. it looks to be more widespread and heavy early on. we'll call for spotty showers.
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on and off right rain. if you are going to watch the as and the giants play you pay have a few scattered showers. the steady rain is expected during the morning hours. here is a look at tuesday morning. the system is moving out. another one on its heels. tuesday looks to be an in between day. we'll call it partly sunny. partly cloudy. a chance of scattered showers. wednesday morning another system rolls in. the rain is with us and it continues into thursday morning. so it is going to not be completely steady for the next four days. but it will be on and off and we are looking at another quarter inch to an inch of rainfall for our urban areas monday into tuesday. our hills, north bay could get a little bit more than that. up to an inch and a half. maybe even two inches. and we are looking at a winter storm warning that starts tomorrow morning for the sierra and will likely continue for the days ahead. so getting up along that west slope is going to be tricky at times. here is the view of the temperatures. right now, we have 47. 43 in livermore and 47 in san jose. a bit of a chill in the air for
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many of our inland communities. low 50s at this point in berkeley, oakland. san francisco downtown 50. we started out chillier with the partly cloudy skies and the dry conditions in place. the afternoon highs for today. upper 50s in pacifica. low 60s in berkeley. 62. south bay locations. how about 65 san jose. low 60s if you are going to the coliseum. there is a look at your extended forecast. that wet weather arrives tomorrow morning and going to be pretty soggy moving forward through at least thursday. >> we have been warned. well, it is not just oakland marathon runners who are going to be crossing the bay bridge today. >> nope. how the return of major league baseball is matching up crossbay rivals coming up.
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the as and the mariners started with a two-game series. on thursday, the as are going to host the angels and the giants will open in san diego. on to basketball when you get blown out by 35 to one of the worst teams in the nba. on your home court, it is a little concerning. steph curry didn't play. still, while he was listing on the bench, they got hammered by
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dallas 126-91. this guy playing what is likely his final game. and he went out in style. season number 21. there is a three. ten points in the first quarter alone. how about a three in how about another three? second quarter. well, they finally get cooking. that is kevin durant. a game high 24. too much. falling behind denver for that first place in the west. they lose it by 35. nine games remaining for the play-off's tip-off. today the sap center hosting a couple of games. first off, 4:10 this afternoon.
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liberty university against virginia tech. a few hours later, this is the underdog. taking on the ducks. the battle of the 1 and 12 seeds in the past regional. and now to round number two. the cardinal beat uc davis 79- 54. will now face byu tomorrow. and now beating davis 1 times in a row. he showed off why she is an all- american. she had a monster game. 18 points. 24 rebounds. the daunting task of facing number one seed baylor. they'll do it on the road in waco, texas tomorrow. wednesday's powerball jackpot will be at least three quarters other a billion dollars.
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nobody won the jackpot in last night's drawing and that is not from lack of trying. but the last time anyone hit all the winning numbers was the day after christmas. that thing just keeps rolling. 12 people in california did win $20,000 in the drawing last night for having four of the five numbers. posting that must be frustrating; right? they met the red powerball number. $20,000 is great. 625 million is better; right? in case you missed it, the winning numbers were 24, 25, 52, 60, and 56. and the powerball number was five. >> i would have missed the powerball number. i never pick five. clearly i never pick the numbers. >> right. that is why we are all sitting here. giving you a view over san jose where we will have that soft sunlight. high clouds overhead for today ahead of wet weather for tomorrow and the day after and the day after. let's enjoy today. most, we're looking at temperatures in the 60s for the afternoon. upper 50s along the coastline, and mid 60s in san jose and everybody else is somewhere in
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between. tomorrow morning we get going with the rain, and it will be off and on for the next several days so have the rain gear handy. >> all right. we have been warned. duly noted. >> the umbrella hasn't left my car for months. thanks for joining us this morning. the latest news developments right here on ktvu or on our website. ktvu.com. have a fantastic day, everyone. dearest britain.
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>> chris: i'm chris wallace. the russia investigation that cast a cloud over the term presidency for two years is over. one will we find out what the final report says? ♪ >> there is no pollution that was found, then it strongly indicates president trump. >> i think we need to do a responsible job of oversight, see with the conclusions are and move forward. >> chris: special consul robert mueller ends his probe with no new charges. now democrats demand attorney general william barr release the report. >> the president himself has called, without qualification, for the report to be made public. >> chris: what the white house prepares for a possible counteroffensive. >> there was no collusion, no obstruction, everybody k i

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