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ramon went deep with a runner on, that gave the a's a 5-01, the series moves to the other side of the bay tonight. the giants hosting the final two games. i just want to tell you, that america is the greatest place on earth. the president has not been exonerated by the special counsel. >> adjustments adjustment summary found that there was no collusion between the trump campaign and russia. a man is in the hospital overnight, his condition after he was attacked late last night. this is ktvu mornings at 2. >> it's march 25. are you ready for more rain? michelle, i asked on facebook earlier, are we enjoying the rain?
michelle says yes, she likes the rain >> our rivers aren't flooding. our hills on flat our hills aren't sliding. it makes us appreciate the sunshine when it returns. here's a view across the bay and into san francisco. you can see we have gray skies, beautiful sunrise, hopefully you were able to pick up on some of that with a little bit of filtered sunshine through there. here's a few of you outside. upper 40s to low 50s to start your day, 52 degrees in santa rosa. 49 in napa. 44 right now in livermore. the numbers are up by 10 degrees or so from yesterday morning. with all the cloud cover, the added moisture in the air, here's a look at where we are seeing some of that rainfall.
we've got some light rain, as we shift over toward the west we got some rain here as well. along highway one, down towards salina, rain and showers in the forecast, we will be with dry conditions for the central and south bay. it looks like through most of the morning drive. by the afternoon, that started to change. in addition to rain and shower, we have snow in the sierra, and afternoon highs for the day, upper 50s to low 60s. how much rainfall i expect we will get a look at your weekend, coming up. let's check traffic. right now we do have traffic that is getting busier around the bay area. as a matter fact, let's take a look at the toll plaza, it's
backed up, but it's not a huge delay. just coming back is going to be the tougher commute as you heard our forecast, it's going to rain later. not now, here's a look at interstate 80, you can be fooled into thinking it's going to be an easy day commute wise, but i don't think so. westbound 92 near the toll plaza of the san mateo bridge, there was a crash there, and traffic is slow getting onto the ramp. eastbound is also affected. if you are driving to the south bay, most of the commute is okay. 280 northbound, that looks good , let's go back to the desk. it has taken nearly 2 years, now special counsel robert mueller's report on alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election is finished. and it's in the hands of william barr. the attorney general wrote a four page summary of the report and sent it to congress. some members of congress are
demanding to see the full report. >> that's right. in an interview, the white house press secretary said president trump will let attorney general william barr decide whether the special counsel's report should be released. she says the president is okay with that. i don't think the president has a problem with it. he has been the most transparent, accessible president we see in modern history. he takes questions day in, day out, he's more than happy for any of the stuff to come out because he knows exactly what did and didn't happen. and now, frankly, the rest of america knows. >> we read through the four page summary prepared by the ag, and there are two parts to it, the first, there was collusion between the trump campaign and russia to influence the 2016 election, the second, if president trump obstructed justice during the investigation. robert moore's investigation did not find the trump campaign
or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with russia in an effort to influence the 2016 u.s. presidential election. the summary of the special counsel's report goes on to say while this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him. the attorney general says there isn't enough evidence to make an obstruction case. democrats heard the attorney general's conclusion, now they want to make their own. lawmakers debate a full look at robert moore's fighting saying that the summary is incomplete and biased. back to you. we also have expanded coverage online. you can read the full letter symbolizing summarizing the report that was sent to congress. police are investigating a shooting in walmart walnut creek. it happened outside of the union bank. police say a man walked into the hospital with a gunshot wound but his injuries are not threatening. so far there are no suspects. police don't have one.
we may get more information about the shooting later from walnut creek police. also new this morning, five people are back it's either newark home after an early morning fire. it happened on mulberry street shortly before 4:45 am. firefighters say a smoldering part of you likely caught part of the exterior of the house on fire. they were able to put it out quickly and no one was hurt. chp arrested at least three people after a high-speed chase that stretched from emeryville into vallejo. chp said the chase started about 11 last night, officers tried to pull over a car for speeding on interstate 80 near powell street. the driver did a pull over, and then sped off at a high rate of speed. chp chased the car across the bridge into solano county, and got off on american canyon road, offramp, then turned onto hidden brook parkway. the police used a spike strip
to stop the car. the people inside ran away but they were later captured by the police. chp and the napa county fire department teamed up to rescue a hiker. he was on the table rock trail last night, the chp helicopter was sent after emergency workers determined that the man was seriously hurt and could not get up the trail on his own. a helicopter crew put them in a rescue harlot harness and took him to the calistoga fairgrounds. he was taken to the hospital. the man's name and medical status are not being made public. we're waiting to find out the man the name of the man whose car went off the cliff in marion county. a sonoma county sheriff's helicopter and local fire crews tried to rescue him but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene. he was the only person in that
car the chp is still investigating the cause of the crash. investigators in san francisco are searching for clues in a shooting that killed one person and injured five others. it happened on fillmore street near eddie, shortly before 9 pm saturday night. police found a 25-year-old man dead and a 27 old man with life- threatening injuries, who remains in critical condition. the ages of the other victims range from 19 to 50 years old. investigators are not saying if they know anything about a motive. san francisco police are also asking for the public's help in another shooting near fisherman's worth. two people were hurt just after 2 am yesterday morning on bay street. officer said 25-year-old woman and 21-year-old man were taken to the hospital. they are expected to survive. police have not given any other information. cleanup crews in sonoma county beginning one final sweep to pick up flood debris along the river. curbside pickup started two weeks ago to remove hazardous waste left behind from last
month's flooding. this week the county will start enforcing fines for illegal dumping on streets that have cleared. health authorities in solano county say air quality near the valero refinery has improved. enough to lift a health advisory in the area but the refineries still shut down. people living near the refinery reported seeing heavy smoke shortly after 7 am yesterday. we received several calls here at trinity from our viewers and refinery reported that some smoke included tiny carbon particles, that could be inhaled and cause irritation to the eyes, nose, throat and lungs. there are no reports of any serious injuries but the risk the effects of the refinery shutdown could be felt around the bay area, local gas prices are likely to rise. possible setback for the plans for a chick-fil-a restaurant in the east bay, at next, the problems that the city staff has with plans to
build the new restaurant. the firefighter who risked his own life to save some family pets. the morning commute that hasn't had a lot of major incidents, that's the good part. plus the other part is that they're going to slowdowns. we will let you know when there's the slowdowns. rain will begin to arrive later on today. we will check on the latest with the radar, and let you know what to expect for the rest of the week, coming up.
if approved, new jersey would become the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana, but we don't know if it's going to pass. some lawmakers have said they are not committed to a yes vote on the floor. in the midwest, people are dealing with unprecedented flooding, levee broke in eastern nebraska and a long stretch of highway is now underwater. take a look at this video. it's not just fast-moving floodwaters that can be dangerous, they are saying chemicals in the water, broken glass and sharp pieces of metal also causing dangerous conditions. so far the damages estimated at $3 billion. state officials were not flooding will continue through may there in nebraska as the temperatures warm up and the snow melt. horseracing could come back this friday at the santa anita race track. racing was suspended there march 5 because 22 horses have died since december. the california horseracing board will meet thursday to consider new safety rules.
investigators think all the rain made had in southern california may have been a factor in the death of those horses. six gears in utah were caught in an avalanche but they all survived. they were trying out the fresh snow and big cottonwood canyon, more than six inches of snow had fallen in less than two hours. officials say when there's not much fresh snow it does create dangerous conditions at times. two of the skiers were buried, a third hasn't injured me but everyone was able to make it out alive. utah avenue lunch control officials said the skiers were prepared for rapid changes in the weather. they were carrying avalanche warning devices with them. firefighters and richmond sharing new video of firefighters saving two dogs from a burning building. the video shows smoke filling up, it's dark enough to barely see and recognize small dogs. the firefighters sparred
spotted one of them, and quickly took them outside to give them fresh air and cpr. neither dogs were burned. the families were happy to have them safe and sound. firefighters rescued a man from the cliff house restaurant, that call came in about 4 pm yesterday. he was rescued about 15 minutes later. he's expected to be okay. this was the second sunday in a row where firefighters had to make a rescue near the cliff house. let's check the roads again, how's it looking? >> it looks better, dave and pam, then i think it's going to be. let's go to the toll plaza. it doesn't look bad. let me show it to you. see, it looks all right, remember as rosemary has been saying, it's going to rain later on today.
that will change everything, especially later, so if you are taking the car this morning, you should have a pretty decent drive. coming back, not so much. especially in the afternoon. so, watch for slow traffic. it doesn't have to be raining hard, as you know, for it to be very slow, especially trying to get home. this is a look at interstate 880. no problems on the san mateo bridge, there was a minor accident at the toll plaza, that is not affecting things so much. let's pull back here, 880, slow from union city to fremont, still plenty of opportunity for you to jump into the crowd there. it's going to get slower than this on the commute. let's bring in rosemary, filling in for steve. good morning, we do have rain moving back into the bay area, over the north bay, as we speak, and as we roll through the second part of the morning,
early afternoon, it will begin to shift into the central bay, in fact we see a lot of rain off the coastline here, you can see half moon bay, san francisco, a few scattered showers coming your way. but where it is widespread over the county, and into sonoma as well as marion. the bay, down to inverness, we've got some light rain along this area here. san rafael, crossing the bridge there, maybe a few sprinkles, then write off the coastline, we've got some just now approaching the golden gate bridge. pacifica, half moon bay, san francisco is likely to see some of this in the next 15 minutes to a half hour. here's a look at the futurecast, when it comes to the rainfall, the timeline on this, there's 10 am, look at this, still holding firmly. we are getting into the second part of the day, this is where it will begin to change.
crossing over towards the west we got it over san francisco, ocean beach, bay, pacifica, then as we get into the second part of the afternoon in time for the evening drive, right over central bay, and into the south bay, by tonight, scattered showers tapering off, then it looks like we get a pretty good break on tuesday, we can see a few sprinkles, but another storm arose in on wednesday. don't put the umbrellas away quite yet. under mostly cloudy conditions, and mainly dry conditions over the central bay at this time we have 50, 52 in oakland, over the north bay where the rain has begun to fall, we have upper 40s low 50s. into your extended forecast, showers tapering off, we will have just a chance on tuesday but we will call for mainly dry conditions, and the next system
roles in on wednesday. even cooler, afternoon highs in the upper 50s, then we began to dry out and we are drive for the weekend, mid 60s, partly cloudy skies expected saturday and sunday. thank you. stranded at sea, at next, the incredible video of a scary trip for passengers on board a cruise ship from norway. but first, >> if you don't have the guts to engage in a free and fair election, get the out of politics. >> a campaign stop in the bay area for presidential hopeful bernie standards sanders.
welcome back to mornings on 2. in one hour, israel's prime minister is scheduled to meet with president trump at the white house. a rocket was reportedly fired and landed in israel. israel said the attack destroyed families home and injured six people. many yahoos canceled his speech at people in new zealand are debating the issue of free speech in the wake of the deadly mosque shootings. the country has made it illegal
to have a copy of the manifesto left behind by the suspected gunman. anyone caught with the document on the computer could be thrown in prison for up to 10 years. sending and could result in a 14 year sentence. people in new zealand are also not allowed to watch the video of the massacre that was captured on the government's helmet camera. fema now says it's taking steps to make sure there is not another data breach. the federal emergency management agency says it accidentally released personal data of more than 2 million people including survivors of the 2017 northern california wildfires, that included social security number's, addresses and bank information. fema says the release was actually made by a contractor, and it is now working to remove that information from the contractor's file. it also is creating a filter so that that type of personal information is not released again. vermont senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders laid out his top priorities at a campaign rally in san francisco. thousands of his supporters showed up at fort mason to hear him speak yesterday, he called for universal healthcare, criminal justice reform and free education. we need great teachers out there, well-paid teachers, we need to rebuild our crumbling
infrastructure. we need to transform our energy system. senator sanders also made a campaign stop in los angeles over the weekend. a new poll shows that sanders and biden remained the top contenders, 31% of voters prefer the former vice president to represent the democratic party in 2020. senator sanders is just behind him a 23% support, california senator kamala harris and beto o'rourke had 8%. democratic hopeful kamala harris spent the weekend campaigning in georgia. >> let me be really clear with everybody. i fully intend to win this campaign. i fully intend to win.
harris told people in atlanta as president, she would use federal resources to close the pay gap between the average teacher salary and other college graduates. she also called for tax breaks for working families. >> what i am proposing, is that for families that are making less than $100,000 a year, you receive a tax credit of up to $6000 a year that you can collect as $500 a month, all the difference between being able to get through the end of the month and not.>> her proposal for high teacher salaries comes during an uptick as teacher strikes across the country, teacher salaries nationwide are down compared with recent years, adjusting for inflation, they have shrunk nearly 2% nationwide between 20,000 and 2017. julie brett had been
exploring her chances of running for president since january. her first speech was yesterday, outside the international hotel in manhattan. she repeatedly criticized president trump's record and character. >> braid brave doesn't spread hate or bully the vulnerable. rave doesn't put greed and self- interest over millions of lives . brave doesn't cower behind lies and walls. >> she also outlined her policy goals, she is calling on a medicare for all healthcare system and universal preschool and cutting interest rates on student debt. one game closer to a national championship for stanford and cal women's basketball teams, we have a preview of both teams, second round games today as march madness continues. my phones and tablets to now streaming video, apple expected to announce this
morning they are launching a premium video service to complete compete with giants like amazon, who hulu and more. 680 going down to the silicon valley is going to get slower in pleasanton and also fremont, as you head toward san jose. a new storm rolling into the bay area with light rain falling over the north bay and developing for the rest of us later this morning and into the afternoon. details on what you can expect for your area, coming up. em all as if they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
we wanted to take you life to st. louis. this is outside the golden gate bridge, one of the most recognizable spots. the gateway arch, our producer gave us some information, it opened in 1967. it looks very gray there. 44 degrees there. that seems kind of warm for this time of year, right? : i would imagine it could be pretty chilly in st. louis. >> very nice. >> good morning, thanks for joining us here, it's monday, march 25. i have to check my watch. you are here. >> some people will look at pam, and they think you are working late. i'll never forget the time
i turned it on and it was claudine and mike sitting there and i thought is it saturday? did i oversleep? : we do have changes already going on outside our door this morning. we are starting out with mostly cloudy skies, over the north bay, rain has developed. we will continue to shift into the central and south bay later today, giving you a look at sfo. temperatures in the 40s, and low 50s, we have a cooler spot there, livermore, 44, but for many of us in the upper 40s low 50s. santa rosa, 52. san jose, 49. oakland, 52. sfo san francisco, upper 40s to low 50s as well. here's a view of storm tracker, here's a look at where we are seeing this rain, all the way down, let's shift in closer, we will take a look at where we are seeing some of the green on the screen, all the way down to
areas of the golden gate bridge. how about highway 101, santa rosa, looks like on the north edge there, san rafael, richmond san rafael bridge, a little bit over sausalito, that as we shifted to san francisco, sunset district, ocean beach, daly city, it looks like, areas over edge mark, maybe pacifica, scattered showers outside your door. here's a view of the temperatures right now, 40s and 50s to start your day. 54 degrees right now in downtown san francisco. your afternoon highs, into the upper 50s to low 60s, we will go 60 in san francisco, 63 in concord. it's going to oracle park for the game later, scattered showers in the forecast. plus, snow for the sierra.
the time is 7:32 am, let's check the highways. if you are trying to get on the road anytime soon, i think you're gonna take a pretty decent commute with you right now. we are starting at the bay bridge, it's been about the same all morning long, 20-25 minutes, nothing out of the ordinary, but as you heard her say, it's going to be raining later, that's going to change things. that looks pretty good on 880. it's probably going to get heavier later, as we backup out of the san mateo bridge, it is busy, as we look at dublin, it's also slow and so is 880 through union and fremont, not too bad in hayward right now. democrats in congress pressing to see the full report by special counsel robert mueller, for alleged interference in the election of 2016. the attorney general made the president and members of congress a summary of the report
. >> there was no collusion with russia. there was no obstruction, none whatsoever. and, it was a complete and total exoneration. >> however, many democrats believe the report does not exonerate president trump. the attorney general summary says mueller's team did not conclude whether the president of truck obstructed justice. democratic leaders released a joint statement that said the following. on ktvu.com, you can read the full letter summarizing the mueller report that the
attorney general sent to congress. a big announcement from apple and its expected to be a video subscription service to complete compete with amazon and netflix. >> good morning, behind me as the steve jobs theater here at the apple campus. this is where at 10 am, billy making this announcement about the new product. you can see it behind us, preparations are well underway. the theater itself is below ground. you see the elevator and staircase off to the right. this is where tim cook is expected to announce the next product for apple, it's a video and new streaming service that they are going to be launching. think about digital content providers are already popular with consumers like amazon prime video, m apple wants to join the list. they will produce original
content, they sent hollywood stars like oprah, reese witherspoon and jj abrams, to participate and create the content. during today's announcement, is expected to reveal the use of some of that original content that is producing. the streaming video apple also include options to subscribe to premium video channels like stars, showtime and hbo, bundling some of the video services. tech analysts say apples streaming video is the company's future. >> dave asserted their dominance, but we know the smart phone has peaked, i think smartphone sales are expected to decline for the first time. they have to pivot onto what's next. this came up in november when they stopped disclosing iphone use sales.>> apple hasn't said yet what it would charge for the streaming video service, they will make the announcement
after the event today. he's also expected to announce a new subscription service. it will allow users to subscribe to 200 different magazines and access articles, all this is supposed to take place at 10 am this morning at the steve jobs theater at the apple campus and we will be here to cover it. knee space school principal who was shot by his wife earlier this month has died. the 45-year-old was head of the pittsburgh adult education center. he was shot march 16, inside his own pittsburgh and died yesterday. he been in a coma and kept alive on life support. his wife, 39-year-old maria, was charged with one count of attempted murder, but now investigators will seek murder charges. shock well was the father of eight children, three with
maria. our time is 7:37 am, when firefighters found a man's body inside the burning boat. it was parked on the side of the road. the body was found about 7:30 am yesterday morning at oak street and his own way. that has not been identified yet. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the corners trying to identify a man who was hit and killed last night on highway 101 in mountain view. it happened around 7 pm, just north of the brain stewart avenue exit. he may have been trying to cross the freeway, but we don't know why. the chp says the driver did stop and did cooperate with investigators, and that the driver was not under the influence. we are learning more about the shooting death of a davis police officer who was killed in the line of duty two months ago. the davis enterprise reports that the blood alcohol ever of the suspected gunman kevin limbach was .16. that's twice the legal impairment limit. the corners report also revealed that limbaugh's breadth let's trim contained
thc the active chemical in marijuana. police say he shot and killed officer natalie corona on january 10 while she was responding to an accident before taking his own life. the law enforcement community is also remembering a san jose police officer, who was killed in the line of duty four years ago. the sunnyvale police department posted this tweet yesterday honoring officer michael johnson. the 14 year veteran was shot and killed while responding to a report of a suicidal man with a gun. officer johnson was the 12th san jose police officer to be killed in the departments history. a portion of north on high 80s highway i 87 was dedicated to him one year after his death. plans to open a new chick- fil-a restaurant in concord has run into pushback. the staff won't recommend the change in zoning laws to allow a drive-through chick-fil-a to open on willow pass road near diamond boulevard.
and traffic is one of the main reasons why. they are recommending that the city council reject chick-fil- a's application to open that restaurant. the city council will meet tomorrow night at 6:30 pm. professional baseball won't be returning to the city of martinez this year. this is after they were unsuccessful in finding a new owner. the previous owner filed for bankruptcy last month. the martinez clippers joined the association of professional baseball club plaster. the price to fill up your gas tank has taken a sharp turn upward. coming up, see how much more drivers are paying for gas in the last two weeks. and it's being called the poppy super bloom and so many people want to see it. what's being done to protect that area, they want to reduce
the traffic. and if you are driving in traffic now, 680 doesn't look too bad once you make it past, and it gets better south. rain developing over the bay area as we speak and flooding south as we rolled through the day. i have details on what you can expect for today and the rest of the week, coming up. [phone ringing]
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welcome back. in today's downloads dollars and said, we are talking about a bidding war for q4. the deal would be valued at $1.5 billion. we will keep an eye on that. today's opening bell started the trading day, slightly lower , wall street perhaps digesting the mueller report, and the comments made on that, as we
look at the numbers right now, they are all down, the dow, nasdaq and the s&p 500, here's a live look at the dow, about a quarter of, about the same percentage wise. san francisco- based uber is expected to announce a deal as soon as this week to acquire its main competitor in the middle east. huber could announce a $3.1 billion cash and share deal to buy dubai-based korean networks, there also expected to file for its ipo in the next weeks, analysts know that buying cream may give investors more reason to purchase uber stock. the three u.s. airlines that own boeing max 8 jets, expect that the airline will not be in service anytime soon.
american airlines also notifying travelers on the 90 flights a day scheduled to fly on its max jets, and united flights announced it is using other plans for those flights. is also an avocado recall to tell you about this morning. this is because of a possible hysteria risk. samples from the henry avocado packing facility tested positive for the school board bacteria. they are at stores in six states, including california. so far, no illnesses have been reported. the company says the recalled avocados have stickers on them that say bravacado. california's super bloom of flowers is attracting thousands and thousands of flowers, they are beautiful but the crowds are causing problems for people and riverside county.
that sea of orange flowers has become an international sensation. but the locals who live there are complaining about the traffic jams. so now, the city has a new traffic plan. visitors can no longer park along several streets by the trail, instead, they have to catch a shuttle and ride a few miles to see the super bloom. a cruise ship that became stranded off the coast of norway has been safely towed to shore after really scary rescue operations over the weekend were hundreds of passengers had to be airlifted to safety. a couple from the lotto county is among the 1400 people on that viking sky cruise ship. alexa says she and her wife held on for dear life, the ship was rocking back and forth, and she says, the rough seas were unlike anything they'd ever been to before. >> we didn't think we are going to die as long as things went well, and the captain and the
crew did the right thing. but we knew it was possible because of how close we were to the rocks. >> the rescue teams could not use lifeboats to evacuate passengers because the water was too rough. so instead they use helicopters to airlift almost 500 passengers to safety, one by one. miss shepard and her wife stayed on board and put on lifejackets and slept on the floor until the cruiseship made port. they do plan to travel around europe a little bit more before flying home to rio vista. the time is now 7:47 am, let's check the community here. it looks all right, we do have some slow traffic here and there but it's a very typical commute. i would say in marin county, it looks nice. you been hearing rosemary say it's going to rain later, i
think some people are factoring that into their day. maybe they don't want to take the car today because they'll be driving home in the rain. but if that doesn't bother you, just be careful out there. remember your headlights need to be on if your windshield wipers are going. you will get pulled over if you're not doing that. this is a look at highway four. 24 is little better through lafayette, at the bay area bridge, i would dare say it's getting lighter. this is look at interstate 880, you can see the traffic here is moderate, as you look at the peninsula, 1012 san mateo,, southlake into belmont, 17 again, some troubling slow traffic approaching hamilton avenue where there is a crash. hello rosemary. >> happy monday to you. happy monday to all of you. off to a great start, and for some, the scattered showers are already falling.
the central and south bay, the rain will be more widespread. we are seeing scattered showers fall over the marin county area. here's a look at the rain as we put this to go, we've got areas in santa rosa, a little bit of rain reported for you there, off to the sonoma valley at this point. we've got light rain falling over sonoma, how about san rafael, the bridge, off to the west, we've got highway one, shifting into san francisco, and along the peninsula, from san francisco right about the golden gate bridge, pacifica, all the way down to half moon bay, not quite, they are reporting light showers there.
here's 10 am, still over the north bay, creeping into the central bay but not much. maybe a few scattered showers. there's her lunch hour, now we've got a little bit more rain into areas of the central bay, san francisco, down through daly city, sfo, pacifica, halfling bay, then we get into the afternoon, it slides into the central and south bay, notice, it breaks apart as it is. it's not going to be as widespread, or as much as we've seen over the north bay, then we get into the evening hours, the scattered showers will continue. as far as rainfall amounts, the north as well as the hills could pick up a little more than this right here. in the sierra, fresno,, we've got a winter weather advisory, that starts later today. another foot of snow expected there for the higher peaks. outside her door, upper 40s to low 50s, 55 at sfo, afternoon highs for today, upper 50s to low 60s, rain, scattered showers. if you're going to oracle park for the a's and giants game, it
shouldn't be too bad but there's a chance of scattered showers maybe through the evening hours. that's just the on and off foggy stuff. here's a look at tuesday, going to try out, at least temporarily, maybe a few sprinkles, not too bad, another storm on wednesday, it's actually going to be cooler, upper 50s for the forecast. we are dry through the weekend. the time is 7:51 am. we will tell you how much the movie us took in. coming up, california's biggest cities are going to allow their bars to stay open until sunrise. why lawmakers hope this will become a law, despite falling apart last year.
round game on saturday. if the cardinals win, it'll be stanford 12th street trip to the sweet 16. the cow women, also want to onto the sweet 16 with a win tonight, cal will play baylor in the ncaa tournament. the game starts at 6 pm at baylor. uc berkeley has fired eskimo coach jones. on saturday, the athletic department administrators signaled a vote of confidence but then, 24 hours later, cal said no, jones will not come back next year. the golden bears won eight games in each of the last two seasons, jones is the only cal coach in history to reside over consecutive 20 lost lost
season, cal said it started searching to find the next head coach. all right the warriors are moving on, pushing for the nba playoffs. the warriors played again last night against the detroit pistons. the second night of back to back after being blown out by dallas on saturday. steph terry was back, he missed a game on saturday but he came out firing early. he had five three-pointers on the way 12 121-114 win. the warriors are now back as the number 1 seed in the west. next, a trip to memphis to play the grizzlies on wednesday. the new horror movie from director jordan peele, broke box office records. the new movie is us. it debuted over the weekend with $70 million in ticket sales , the biggest debut for an original or movie. the movie took over the top spot from captain marvel. the animated movie, wonder park came at number 3, five feet
apart, and how to train your dragon, rounded out the top five. the time is 7:56 am, an overnight shooting in walnut creek, coming up for you, the investigation underway after a man was hospitalized after being shot at a bank. plus, if you don't hellhave the guts to engage in a free and fair election, get the out of politics. a campaign stop for ernie sanders in san francisco.
>> president trump is wrong. this report does not amount to a so-called total exoneration. >> a summary of the mold report says there was no collusion between the tram campaign and russia however the president biggest critics are now digging in. and shot in the middle of downtown walnut creek. the latest on the overnight shooting investigation right outside a bank. good morning everyone and welcome back to mornings at 2. rosemary is in, it's definitely gray outside, and we will see some rain. >> you're right. we're seeing it over portions of the north bill already. a few hit or miss showers, later today, that so we are expecting, it will become more
widespread as well. here's a look at san francisco, for most, it's been a dry commute, which is good news there, the afternoon commute could be a bit of a different story. here's a look at sfo, where it's dry here as well. 51 degrees right now in santa rosa, we have 52 in napa. livermore, 45. san jose, 52. here's a view of storm tracker 2. you can see the north bay has been seeing the light rain for most of the morning now, we squeeze in a little closer along highway one. santa rosa, a few scattered showers over your area at the moment. we've got some light rain, for the east bay, perhaps a little bit of rain free there. as we shift to san francisco, a few showers reported here.
here's a look at the afternoon highs especially for today, upper 50s to the low 60s, scattered showers remaining in the forecast for the entire day. i'll have a look at the futurecast model, talk about how much rainfall i expect we will get and snow for the sierra. all of that in the extended forecast. let's get onto the highways. >> you weather forecasters are pretty good you know why? you said that i was going to rain this morning, it was sunny, then all the sudden the clouds are moving in. look at this picture i'm about to show everyone. it's dark, it's getting dark, the clouds are making it darker, you can tell that something is coming. the foreboding clouds, if you will. westbound, you can see traffic is going to be slow, we heard her say it's going to rain later, that means your commute home is most likely going to be affected more than the morning commute. westbound, not a bad
commute, driving in, i think some people have that in mind. this is 880 in front of the coliseum, that traffic is moving well, march 28, that's opening day, we will be reminding you, this is a look at traffic on the san mateo bridge, traffic is moderate. let's go back to the desk. the long-awaited mueller report is now filed with the federal department of justice. ag william barr has read it and analyzed it and delivered it to congress, the four-page summary of report on the two-year investigation. many members of congress, sarah, want to see the entire report. >> that's right, democrats won a full look at robert morris fighting, and the attorney general, they say the summary is incomplete and biased. on the other side, sarah sanders said the president is completely exonerated, and
wants to move on. >> this is a two-year, waste of taxpayer time and dollars. this has been over $25 million on this, just to find out that there was nothing there. this should never happen to another president. >> the president has not been exaggerated by the special counsel, the attorney general has decided not to go further or to share this with the public. we cannot simply rely on what may be a hasty, partisan interpretation of the facts. >> sarah sanders says that the president will let the ag decided he wants to release the full report. in the meantime, we have the four-page summary. it highlights two issues, whether or not there was collusion between the truck campaign and russia to influence the 2016 election. and if president trump obstructed justice during the investigation. mueller concluded the truck campaign and no one associated with it conspired or recorded with russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. as for questions about the president obstructing justice
during the investigation it says, while this report did not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him. but the attorney general said there isn't enough evidence to move forward with an obstruction case. there is also already a push to have ag william barr testify on capitol hill and provide a full copy of the mueller report. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is weighing in on the mueller report. the senator was in san francisco yesterday and he said he's not happy with what has been released. >> well, i don't want a summary of the report. i want the whole report. because nobody, especially this president, is above the law. >> other candidates are also speaking up, sanity senator cory booker tweeted the following.
and democratic candidate julian castro tweeted as well. we have expanded coverage for you at ktvu.com, where you can read the full letter summarizing the report that the attorney general sent to congress. developing news and walnut creek where police are investigating a shooting. it happened just before 10 pm last night outside the union bank. police say a man walked into the hospital with a gunshot wound, but that his injuries are not life- threatening. so far, police do not have any suspects but we are hoping to get more information about the shooting from police later today. cleanup crews and sonoma county are beginning one final sweep to pick up debris along the russian river.
this week the county will start to enforce fines for illegal dumping on streets that have been cleared. we have a new look at the valero refinery in the nation, that is shut down this morning. we want to show you this new video from the facility. people living near the refinery reported seeing heavy smoke, prompting solano county to issue a health advisory for the area. we received several calls here from our viewers, but the refinery said that tiny particles can be inhaled and could cause problems with eyes, nose, and throat. the chp said a chase started at 11 pm last night as an officer tried to pull over car for speeding. the driver did not pull over, and drove off at a high rate of
speed. the highway patrol chase the car, and exited on the american canyon road offramp and turned onto hidden brook parkway. officers used a spike strip to stop the vehicle. the people inside ran off but were captured by officers. new jersey lawmakers are set to go today on a ledge solution that could legalize recreational marijuana in the state. new jersey would become the 11th state to recognize legalize marijuana, but it's not clear if it can pass. some lawmakers who supported the measure have said they're not committed to a yes vote on the floor. and the report says people in their 70s and 80s are abusing marijuana, they say people 65 and older are one of the fastest growing demographics of marijuana users. recent studies show that many baby boomers and those who are older are using marijuana for its additional benefits. the state senate could still vote on a that would let some bars and alcohols it
passed a state senate committee last week and signed into law san francisco and oakland are among the cities who have been chosen for a test run. this is the third time senator weiner has announced a bill to allow some bars to stay open late. a similar bill was vetoed by the governor last year. new developments in the r kelly saga. the singer's latest effort to perform overseas takes a snack. what officials in dubai are saying. we're looking at a commute in the east bay that is not all that bad right now at the, there's a little slowing as you approach the maze, it may be
causing it to be a little slow. a new storm moved through the bay area. i have details on what you can expect today and into the rest of the week, coming up. w, treat them all as if they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
pg&e wants you to plan ahead by mapping out escape routes and preparing a go kit, in case you need to get out quickly. for more information on how to be prepared and keep your family safe, visit pge.com/safety. just about 30 minutes from now is really a minister is scheduled to meet with president trump at the white house, though his trip to the united states as being cut short. he's returning to israel early after rocket was reportedly
fired from the gaza strip landed in israel, destroying families home and injuring seven people. he has cancel his speech at the american israel public affairs committee conference. he's also cancel plans to meet with house speaker nancy to lucy and other members of congress. people in new zealand are debating the issue of free speech in the wake of the deadly mosque shootings. the country has made it illegal to have a copy of the manifesto left behind by the suspected gunman. anyone caught with the document on their computer, could be thrown in prison for up to 10 years. sending it, could result in a 14 year sentence. people in new zealand are also not allowed to watch the video of the massacre that was captured on the gunman's helmet camera. horseracing could return to santa clarita horse track. it was suspended because 22 horses at the track have died since december.
the racing board will meet on thursday to consider new safety rules. investigators say they believe all the winter rain in southern california may have been a factor in the horses debts. a texas woman has died after being attacked by her own dog. a 33-year-old owned two pit bulls that were being quarantined at a vet clinic after biting another person. she went to the clinic saturday to feed the dogs, when they mauled her. police said the dogs were so aggressive that it prevented permits from getting to her quickly. a police officer ended up shooting and killing both dogs. the woman later died at the hospital. new problems for r kelly's dubai's constant concert plans. the country denied claims that he had concert schedules. the lord his lawyers say he assigned a contract with a legitimate concert promoter. he told the judge last week in chicago that he needed to travel to dubai for work, so he could pay child support and other expenses.
a new survey said the prices for gas have jumped. the national average rose to $2.66 per gallon. in the bay area, prices are much higher. an average price of $3.40 a gallon. the lowest price is found in in that race, at $2.29. i know a place that has $3.45. you get excited. i know you do. >> the commute looks good but it has that feeling that it's not going to stay this way
especially if it starts raining this afternoon. as we look at the richmond bridge, it's about a 10 minute wait there at the toll plaza, even the bay bridge, is improving. i think a lot of people are saying, i'm not going to take the car, i'm going to do something else, maybe work from home, northbound 880, slow bound past the arena. san mateo bridge has cleared up as we go to the south bay, we still have slow traffic, but it's slightly lighter today than usual. let's bring in rosemary.
where it is wet already, over the north bay, seeing some along the coastline, portions of san francisco, a few speckles reported there. for the rest, mainly dry, morning commute, there's a view of storm tracker 2, you can see, the rain is light and scattered at this point, along highway one, there is some rain there. crossing over into the sonoma valley, now into the napa valley, stretches off towards the east, vallejo, we've got some wet roadways, perhaps along interstate 80, a few sprinkles recorded there, if we look over to walnut creek, we've got a little bit of moisture, as we shift over toward san francisco, where we had a few light scattered showers early on, it looks like we have been dried out at least for the time being, a little bit of drizzle out there, a few sprinkles with more rain to come later in the day, rainfall amounts over the central and south bay, as you get further north, perhaps an inch of rain in some of our wetter locations.
sierra snow as well. a foot to a foot and a half expected, and do expect the winter travel later today into tomorrow. if you're heading up along the west slope, here's a look at our lunch hour, north bay, still covered in scattered showers, down to about interstate 80, over san francisco, looks like perhaps sfo and off to the coast, pacifica, half moon bay, getting into the second part of the afternoon, early evening and the drive, scattered shower activity, central and south bay, then late tonight, scattered showers will remain for we taper off and have a slight chance for tomorrow, but we will be mainly dry. temperatures outside right now, 56 in downtown san francisco, 47 in brentwood, for the afternoon, 60 and san francisco, low 60s in oakland, if you're going to oracle park, upper 50s at game time, we're looking at the possibility of scattered showers. it should be completely wet but the on and off rain is
definitely a possibility. your extended forecast, the next system moves in on wednesday, then we try out, then for your weekend, partly cloudy, 65 in the afternoon. back to you. caught on camera, a close call at a crosswalk, watch as a man saves his daughter and what happens moments after the narrow mess. and the democratic candidates for president hit the campaign trail, what kamala harris and bernie sanders have to say about giving a boost to education.
we've newly released video to show you from los angeles. her father and daughter were walking across the street at a crosswalk, when they were hit by a speeding car. the father realize that car was going to stop and he pushed his daughter to safety while being struck himself. this happened of them are 16, but authorities just released the video. the driver did not stop and the father suffered a broken leg. his daughter had just a few scratches. police in los angeles say the driver is an older woman with a disabled person's license plate . so far no arrests have been made. richmond firefighters are showing the video of firefighters saving two dogs from a burning building. the body camera video shows smoke filling up the air in a burning apartment. it's very dark from the smoke but one firefighter starts spotted one of the dogs, quickly took her outside and give her cpr. both dogs rescue. san francisco firefighters
rescued a man from the surf, he was rescue just about 15 minutes later, is expected to be okay. this was the second sunday in a row where firefighters made a rescue right near the clubhouse. last sunday, a server was rescued by helicopter in the same area. vermont senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders laid out his top priorities at a campaign rally in san francisco. thousands of his supporters showed up at for mason to hear him speak yesterday. he called for universal healthcare, criminal justice reform and free education. >> we need great teachers out there, well-paid teachers. we need to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. we need to transform our energy system. >> senator sanders also made a campaign stop in los angeles over the weekend. kamala harris spent part of the weekend campaigning in the
start of georgia. she said she is committed to winning her parties let nomination. >> let me be clear with everybody, i fully intended to win this campaign. i fully intend to win. >> harris told people in atlanta as president, she would use federal resources to close the pay gap between the average teacher salary and other college graduates. she also called the tax breaks for working families.>> what i am proposing, is that for families that are making less than $100,000 a year, you receive a tax credit of up to $6000 a year that you can collect at up to $500 a month. all the difference between being able to get through the end of the month and not. >> harris proposal for higher teacher salaries comes during an uptick of teachers striking across the country. teachers salaries are down,
they shrunk nearly nationwide about 2%. gillibrand has officially kicked off her campaign for president. she's been exploring her chances of running for president since january. the first campaign speech was yesterday outside the trump international hotel in manhattan. she was characterizing president trumps character. >> brave doesn't spread hate or bully the vulnerable, brave doesn't put greed and self interest over millions of lives. brave doesn't cower behind lies and walls. gillibrand also aligned her policy goals. she is calling on a medicare for all health system, universal preschool. a new poll shows that joe biden and bernie sanders remain
the top choice for registered democrats. senator sanders has 23% support, california senator kamala harris and beto o'rourke of texas have 8% support. a popular family tracking app was leaking the real-time location, each account press record contained the users name, email address, profile photo and password. the accounts also kept a record of real-time locations, the australian creators of the app have not yet commented on the leak. very scary, when you have your kids sharing the location. we are getting a closer look at apple's big announcement. it does not involve new iphones. what to expect this morning from
i was able to get on the water yesterday, made an adventure out of it with the family. i knew the rain was coming this week and i thought hey, why not get it out of the way. >> good idea, mike, because we do have soggy conditions in store for today. a bit of a break tomorrow, another system on wednesday. right now, the weekend looks good, that's something to look forward to. giving you a look from san francisco across the bay where we do have mostly cloudy skies, a few scattered showers popping up around the bay area, over the north bay, it's definitely more widespread, we've got sfo, 53, livermore at 45, sound here's a look at storm tracker, here's a look at the rain, as well as areas of sonoma county, moving into marin, a few scattered showers in this area
as well. santa rosa, we've got rain for you there. along highway one, along the coast, we are continuing to stretch along highway 101, and areas over san rafael, approaching the bridge there. over the higher elevations, maybe vallejo, we've got light rain reported there. in the afternoon, we will continue with the scattered showers. temperatures for the afternoon, low to mid 60s, we will go 60's, san francisco, 65 degrees in mountain view. we will talk about how much rainfall i expect to get over the next 24 hours or so, and snow for the sierra. how about the highways? right now we are looking at the macarthur highway, some of the cars have left already, but
there are still a couple of cars pulled over on 80 westbound. maybe just a broken down car, you can see some slowing in that area. bay bridge is light, so one of my friends said, hey it's cesar chavez day, some people are observing that. she said san francisco state is off, for example. every little bit helps, part of it could be that, the other parker b, people know it's going to rain and they don't want to drive home in the rain. 880 northbound, passing the arena looks all right. if you are driving on the peninsula, we still have traffic out there, as i pull back and look at the road sensors, sometimes when i really want to find slow traffic, i go to one of the slowest areas, that would be the south bay area. there's also an accident now, just reported a little while ago, southbound 680 at stone valley road, we will check it out and see if anything is being slowed down by that.
let's go back to the desk. here's a look at some of the top stories we are falling for you. attorney general william barr said the special counsel, robert mueller did not find evidence that president trumps campaign conspired or coordinated with russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. in his summary of the special counsel's report, he said mueller did not reach a collusion conclusion on whether the president obstructed justice. democrats want to see the entire report. and the midwest people are dealing with massive flooding, take a look at this, a levee broke in eastern nebraska, and a long stretch of the highway is still underwater. there is a warning about chemicals in the water as well as broken glass and sharp pieces of metal that are completely hidden by the floodwaters. so far, damaged or estimated at $3 billion and state officials in nebraska worn front flooding could continue through may if the temperatures warm up and the snow melt. the three u.s. airlines that own max jets, are taking steps, southwest is sending its
34 max jets to a storage facility in the southern california desert, they have canceled 130 flights a day that would've used those plans. american airlines also notifying travelers on the 90 flights at a scheduled, united airlines is announcing it's using other planes to replace the grounded jets. a big announcement from apple, it's expected to be a video and new subscription service to complete compete with amazon and netflix. >> that announcement expected to happen here at the steve jobs theater on the apple campus. you can see it behind us. the lobby area is filling up as more people make their way, the actual theater is belowground, you can see the staircases and the elevator off to the right
here. it's not a new iphone or tablet or device that they will be unveiling today, the company is expected to announce the launch of the video and new streaming service. putting indirect competition with netflix, amazon video and more. the ceo, tim cook is expected to unveil the new product. iphones and personal device sales have slowed in part recent years. the company will produce its own original content. the party they've already signed stars like oprah and reese witherspoon for the original content. apples streaming video apps will
include options to subscribe to premium video channels like stars and hbo. they have not said what they will charge for the service but along with the video avenue, tim, is also suspected to announce a new subscription service. all this is expected to be announced at this event here at the apple campus, 10 am this morning. we will be there to cover it and bring you the details. fema now says it's taking steps to make sure there's not another data breach like the one they discovered earlier this month. the federal emergency management agency said it was released, including survivors of the 2017 northern california wildfires. that included social security numbers, addresses and banking information.
fema says the mistake was made by a contractor and they're working to remove that information from the contractors files. it's also creating a filter so that type of personal information is not released again. any spay principal police say was shot by his wife earlier this month has died. he was head of the pittsburgh adult education center. he was shot march 16, inside his home in pittsburgh and died yesterday. he's been in a coma and kept alive on life support. his wife, 39-year-old, maria, was first charged with one count of attempted murder, now investigators will look for murder charges. open firefighters found a man's body inside a burning boat that was parked on the side of the road. her body was found around 7:30 am yesterday at oak port street , the man is not been
identified yet and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the corner trying to identify a man who was hit and killed last night on 101 in mountain view. this happened around 7 pm last night, chp says the man may have been trying to cross the freeway, and they're not sure why. chp said the driver stopped and this can cooperating with investigators. a couple from solano county was among the 1400 people about the cruise ship that was hit by intense conditions. as jessica tells us, they set out for a fun, carefree vacation, now they are thankful to be alive. i didn't think i was going to die, but i knew i could. >> holding on for dear life, all alexis sheppard could do was watch as her cruise ship rocked back and forth. >> it got worse and worse, to the point where the chairs were sliding completely from one side of the ship to the other. >> the rio vista native was one of 1400 people on this cruise ship when it ran into engine trouble.
my wife and i are both avid yachtsmen, we have been subjected to rough seas over the years but this was unlike anything that we have seen. >> parts of the ceiling were even falling on passengers. she knew it was bad when the crew issued a made a call.>> we knew it was possible because of how close we were to the rocks. >> helicopters were used to airlift almost 500 passengers to safety, one by one. >> other passengers like
supper, waited on board, putting on life jackets and sleeping on the floor. until finally, more than 24 hours after the ordeal started, the ship made it to port. >> we are here, we are docked, and it's comfortable. mac sheppard just hope the rest of her vacation will be smooth sailing from here. >> the room is warm, they've cleaned it up, so we are spending the night on the ship. >> the couple also said they plan to travel around europe a bit more before flying home to rio vista. questions surrounding breast implants, what the fda is doing to address concerns about health risks. a live look at san francisco, will show you the traffic, it's going to be looking okay today, a holiday for some people, cesar chavez day, i think other people might be avoiding the rain, we will let you know more about these commutes, when we come back. light rain and scattered
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oakland festival.>> there were runners from 41 states, 11 countries, participated in the marathon. a man from berkeley and a woman from santos elmo won the women's division. this is the first time that the runners went across the bay bridge, one runner told us that was the most challenging part of the run. >> going to the island, it wasn't as bad as it could have been, there's no wind today. i imagine if there was wind, it would've been worse. >> the running festival generates $12 million for the city of oakland. one runner just missed sending a guinness world record, chad temple is the father of content templates, he pushed his five babies in a mega stroller for the entire marathon, he was hoping to finish the race in four hours 45 minutes to set a
new world record but he just missed the record, the cut off time, by about four minutes. he told us he may try again next year. the powerball jackpot this wednesday will be three quarters of $1 billion, that's after no one won the $625 million jackpot in saturday night's drawing. last time anyone it all the winning numbers, we are talking about the day after christmas. it's been a while. 12 people in california did win $20,000, for having four of the five numbers but not the red powerball number. i did play, five tickets, didn't get one number. but i'll do it again. i played, similar, mike, not in the cards this time.>> sounds like me. i'm setting up a blind trust, before i claimant, right, and i work for a little bit, then quietly, i think i'll retire, guys. you know what, there's an uncle in fiji that needs my help. >> good morning everyone. if you are trying to get to
work today, it's a little bit better than it normally is, just slightly. but we will take that, thank you very much. been a couple of small problems, but none of it has really been a major deal. look at the bay bridge, i love this. traffic is doing well. just got a call of an accident a few moments ago, westbound, 24, just after the tunnel, according chp, medics are on the way, oakland fire department, too. this might affect you coming out of this area here, we are going to take a look at that. as i look at the maps, you can see the peninsula and the east bay, moderately heavy. we also still have a crush southbound 680 in alamo near stone valley road. good morning to all of you.
we are starting out the week on a soggy note, we've got light rain falling over the north bay, where it has been for most of the morning, it is expected to shift until we get into the early afternoon and for the south bay, it could be the afternoon commute. there's a view of the storm tracker, here's a look at where some of the rain is falling at this time. towards highway one,, a few scattered shares showers moving over toward the sonoma area. how about the east bay, you can see a few sprinkles here and there. here's a view of what we expect into the day ahead, we've got your lunch hour there, san francisco, down along ocean beach, half moon bay, we've got shower activity. notice most of the central and south they still dry around lunchtime. here's the afternoon drive, things start to shift, it
breaks apart a little bit. it will weaken as it moves in to the south bay. scattered showers remaining in the forecast, tomorrow, looks like we could start off with a few scattered showers, then we have a bit of a lull in the pattern before another system arrives on wednesday, don't put away the rain gear, as far as rainfall amounts, anywhere from a quarter inch to an inch expected over the bay area region, then into our hills, winter weather advisory for the sierra, that will go until 11 am tomorrow morning. we do expect to see another foot to a foot and a half of snow. temperatures outside right now, in the 50s the most, 56 downtown san francisco,, 45 in livermore. here's a look at your afternoon highs for today under soggy conditions. 60 degrees for san francisco, northbay, low 60s, southie, mid- sixties, if you go into oracle
park for tonight, gametime is 6:45 pm a's versus giant, opportunities in the forecast, scattered showers also, it shouldn't be too big of a deal. the pop-up stuff is going to be around. here's a look at tuesday, mainly dry, wednesday, wet weather, a little bit cooler, upper 50s in the forecast, as we get into the backend of the business week, we are looking good, partly cloudy skies expected saturday and sunday. back to you. a new push this morning against sugary drinks, policy regulations targeting federal state and local lawmakers. at redfin, we charge you a 1% listing fee.
the american academy of pediatrics and the american heart association are in favor of taxes like those in some bay area cities, they also want to limit marketing to kids and teens and more precise nutritional information on packaging. the organization say that excess consumption of added sugar especially for sugar drinks, poses a grave health threat to children and is proportionately affecting children of minority and low income communities. an expert panel associated by the fda is beginning a two- day meeting to discuss the latest evidence about the health risks of breast implants. the committee plans to discuss reports of breast implants being linked to a rare form of cancer, risk of illness and other complications. the panel will share some
research, plastic surgeons, and manufacturers, an estimate of 300,000 women get breast implants every year here in the usp there's an avocado recall to tell you about because of a possible listeria risk. samples from the henry avocado packing facility set the tested positive for the foodborne bacteria. so far no illnesses have been reported the company says the recalled avocados have stickers on bravocadothem that say, california and organic. california super bloom is gathering thousands of visitors. the sea of orange has become somewhat of an international sensation but locals complain about traffic problems. now the city has implemented a new plan. visitors can no longer park along streets by the trail, instead, they have to take a shuttle and ride a few miles to
see the super bloom. people's people say the wait is worth it. the wait for me was only 45 minutes. that's worth it. it's beautiful. >> a lot of people. coming up, we are taking a closer look at those robo calls that have been running rampant in recent years, turns out, some companies are not saved by violating the do not call list. also, the warriors are starting to fire on all season all cylinders.
team will earn another trip to the sweet 16 of the ncaa tournament. they will play byu at maples pavilion after winning the first round game. it will be stanfords 12th straight trip to the sweet 16. tipoff at 8 pm at maple. the cal women are looking to move on to the sweet 16. it will be a match up of tears in waco, texas. the golden bears will play the baylor lady bears in the segment of the ncaa tournament. the winner faces south carolina in the sweet 16 matchups on saturday. cal coming off a win from north carolina. tipoff is at 6:00. the sweet 16's is set for the men's tournament. zion williamson led the duke blue devils last night. williamson is fouled on this play. he would miss the free-throw but his teammate gets the
offensive rebound and the put back. duke takes that one point lee. bj taylor mrs. off the glass. the ball stays off the rim. duke gets a hard stop. the san jose where oregon slip by uc irvine. the ducks at a 12 point lead at half. the anteaters came roaring back in the second half. uc irvine went on a 16 run and took a two point lee. the ducks went on another streak of their own and outscored the anteaters 38-70. oregon advances to the sweet 16 and will play virginia thursday night. >> uc berkeley has fired its basketball coach on saturday. a vote of confidence in jones
but 24 hours later's cal advanced jones will not return next year. the golden bears won 8 games in the last two seasons. jones is the only cal coach in history to go over two last season. there is a search to find the next head coach. the words was back in action last night against the detoured pistons. this was a back to back after being blown out by the dallas mavericks on saturday. steph curry back after missing that came he came out firing early. he hit five, 3-pointers. the warriors are back as the number one seed in the west. next up a trip to memphis to play the grizzlies on wednesday. the new horror movie from jordan peele has broken box office records.
the new movie, us, debuted this week it was $70 million. that's the biggest debut for an original horror film. the movie took the top spot from captain marvel, winter park came in third, five feet apart and how to train your dragon rounded out the top five. 675 days and 500 witnesses. special counsel robert mueller's work is done. details on the findings and what it says about obstruction of justice. we are one hour wait from a major announcement from apple. how the company could change the way you watch tv. are you ready to pack your bags and leave the bay? new numbers show a majority of people are thinking about it and it's not just because of housing. final monday of march is here. here's a live look at the golden gate bridge. so too is another storm system making its way through the bay area. a good time