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the latest concern in the south day about measles. this is after two separate cases raised the health impact here. on a lighter topic, let's talk about our weekend weather. a lot of us looking forward to some nice weather this weekend. >> if you like it sunny and a little warmer. >> hello. >> that is what we're going to see as we go into saturday. and sunday looks like it will be the warmest day and how about the sunrise. a gorgeous picture for you there. we will be with the sunshine and the temperatures are expected to come up in the mid and upper 60s today and nearing 70 for the warmer locations. and we will not stop there. more on that and the extended forecast. outside the door this morning m a bit of a chill in the air. this is a look at the satellite view. a little fog along the coastline, perhaps a little patchy fog inland.
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so far the visibility in and around the north bay looking better than yesterday. we'll continue to track that in the event that we see that in the next hour or two. the temperatures this morning, a bit of a chill in the air. a colder start in some areas with all of the clearing out there and the drier air in place. 39 degrees right now in santa rosa. and upper 30s in napa. and 50 degrees downtown san francisco. that is how we started yesterday morning. and 40 in areas over livermore. and in the afternoon today, low 60s near the coastline and 64 in san francisco. mid-to upper 60s for the east bay shore. 70 outside the door for fairfield and upper 60s in morgan hill. the temperatures continue to climb for the back end of the weekend. i'll have those numbers and rain in the forecast. i'll have a look at that and the extend the coming up in a
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bit. this morning, nevada lomb lawmaker said that joe biden kissed her and touched her consent. the former vice president was in nevada. she said that she felt mortified and wants biden to be held accountable for what she said is a history of inappropriate behavior. a spokesperson for biden said that biden and his staff know what she is talking about. president trump is mening to closes the border between the u.s. and mexico as soon as next week. and the president said that he wants mexico to end all illegal immigration immediately. but closing the border could
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have a huge economic impact. they call it and debacle that could threat jobs. president trump said that he doesn't think like it would affect will economy. >> mexico is the biggest export market from california. about 15 and a half to 20% of all of our exports go to mexico. >> the white house did not say if air travel would be included in the potential closure. mexico's foreign relation secretary said that mexico doesn't act base on threats. attorney general barr said that a redacted version of the special counsel robert mueller report will be sent to congress by mid-april. the report did not find that the trump campaign coordinated
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or conspired with russia. the nearly 400 page report will not be shared with the white house before it is released to the congress. the democrats wanted it submitted by next tuesday and may pursue to get the full report without redaction. >> we're demanding to because we're entitled to as a matter of law. we have the constitutional oversight doubt and power to have the report turned over to us. >> it is likely that the attorney general will be asked to testify that the president did not obstruct justice. traffic on highway 41 brentwood is starting to get back to normal. chp issued an alert. the authorities said that the crash was reported just after
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1:30 this morning. officers arrived on the scene to find a woman dead on the roadway. and the crash blocked the second eastbound lane of highway 4. they don't think that this hit of the a pedestrian was as a result of alcohol. a three-year-old boy from oakland that accidentally shot himself remains hospitalized this morning p the family plans to give an update on his condition later today. alisa is live outside children's hospital. >> reporter: a sad update. the family members said that the four-year-old boy is showing no signs of brain
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activity. he is on life support here at children's hospital in oakland. this a picture of the boy. four-year-old navan jackson was shot in the head in east oakland. he found a loaded gun under the bed and accidentally shot himself. they shot terrence wilson with child abuse, criminal gun storage and a felon in position of a firearm. he slept with the gun under his pillow and forgot to put it away. his father is in prison. the boy's great aunt is asking the governor to allow him to be at his son's bedside while the boy fights for his life. the aunt will visit him at the state prison to break the tragic news about his son. the boy's mother was detained after the incident but since been released. the family plans to give an update outside of the prison later on today and what they're
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hearing from the governor. a group of young people is rallying in the south bay to stop gun violence. is it organized by march for our lives san jose. it will include the mayor and the supervisor. this event will focus on gun safety and tighter gun control laws. the group march for our lives san jose was formed last year after the mass shooting in parkland, florida. today's rally is marina green east in san jose. and the ceremony starts at 11:30. a man in jail accused of shooting and killing a 17-year- old girl at the bart station, a 16-year-old was arrested outside his home yesterday. the shooting happened around 10:30 on thursday night in the station's parking lot. and the two teens knew one another and no passengers were involved. still, some bart riders said they are worried about the
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safety at that west oakland station. >> it is a little concerning. there was a shooting over there and over there. the police have not said what else may have led up to thursday night's shooting. the district attorney is now reviewing the case. if you're looking for a teacher job santa jose county is holding teacher job fair. the doors open at 9:00 this morning for people that preregistered. if enough to not registered, you can attend but not tile 11:00. it ends at 2:00. a new bill is aimed to make sure that sex offender are kept
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out of california classrooms. they will ask for more background checks on potential hires and disclose any records of investigations allegations or findings of sexual misconduct to other school districts. >> when a person is being investigated before that investigation concluded, that teacher or coach or staffer will retaken. and the investigation stops. and then they may move on to another school. you see what i'm saying? and this school doesn't tell that school what happened. >> a similar bill was proposed last year but it failed in the state legislature. they say it will go to the committee in april. special honors for legendary rocker stevie nicks. her hopes for the music industry in the future. they fought for the u.s. in
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don't get stuck in the past. sell with a redfin agent. good morning. it is going to be a dry, warmer weekend. and we're catching a vibe. send us your suggestions for music. and we'll tries to get it on the air. the temperatures are a little cool this morning. i have the details coming up. legendary singer stevie knicks is the first woman ever inducted into the rock and roll
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hall of fame twice. she performed last night in a hall of fame concert and was recognized as a solo artist. she was the lead singer with fleetwood mac in 1998. they called on the halls to induct more women in the future. actor george clooney is calling for the boycott of nine hotels of salt continue. they want to punish gay sexual relations. some of the hotels are the
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beverly hills hotels. apple is going to cancel a product. it will not be able to mass produce the air power wireless charging matt. it was announced in september 2017. it was supposed to be on sale last year. it was to recharge devices at the same time. it cancelled the project because engineers concluded it will not meet the company's high standards. some people are richer who bought lyft. it opened at 72.29. the company executives helped ring the nasdaq opening bell yesterday. they became instant multi-,
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multi-millionaires. japanese internet and electronic company rockyton is the corporate sponsor. and they own the most shift of lyft. the company's value is 2 and a half billion dollars. steven greg has been driving forklift lift two years and he makes about $700 when he pays for his gas. >> the company the driver bears all the experiences and all the risks. >> we hope we can get enough drivers together and demand part of that money that is being floating around. >> lyft driver it could get worse for them. they worry that lyft will take a larger cut of fare to appease the shareholders. the crash could create 5 to 10
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thought bay area millionaires. it is likely to keep the real estate prices in the stratosphere. >> we missed the boat. san francisco has the nation's largest wealth gap. the top five percent of households earn an average of $630,000 a year compared to $103,000 for the average middle class residents. two minor earthquakes rattled the area. this is along the hayward falls and felt all the way down. weather-wise, we have a weekend that we can put our arounds around. i don't think we'll need a
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umbrella. i could give you a round of applause. here it is. >> looking forward to. >> 70 degrees and mostly sunny skies. i like that weather myself. it was 60s for the afternoon today and into the low 70s tomorrow. enjoy it. it is not going to long. today is a chilly one. we're down by several degrees in some spots. picking up on a little fog. we'll take a look at that in a moment. 39 degrees the reported in santa rosa. is that colder than yesterday morning. napa, 40, mid-40s in oakland, livermore at 40. san jose at 45. we have a 24-hour temperature change of 8 degrees cooler. down by six in napa. we get into the afternoon, partly cloudy and mostly clear and a little bit of fog over
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napa. it has since cleared. it could fluctuate for the next hour or so. and it was fairly widespread yesterday morning. so better shape if you're getting on the roadways today. this is the coastline. so partly sunny and mostly cloudy at the coast. by the afternoon, we'll go partly cloudy at the coast. and the temperatures in the afternoon, 69 degrees for napa. 67 in san raffle. closer to the bay 64 and downtown san francisco, expected to hit 64. 60 degrees for the coastline areas in pacifica. this is a view of the south bay. upper 60s santa cruz. if you're going to see the a's play later this evening, it will be begin to cool down by game time. mostly clear skies at 6:07 and cooling back about 60 degrees. the northwest breeze at 15 miles an hour. so make sure that you bring along the jacket, even if it
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seems fairly nice and mild and warm this afternoon. this is tahoe, clear skies and sunny and dry conditions expected for the weekend. down to 18 degrees at the moment. 49 the afternoon high for today and 54 will be the afternoon highs for tomorrow. this is the extended forecast at home. this is a look at sunday. the temperatures will continue to climb. low to mid-70s in the forecast for the afternoon. things will start to change up a little bit. take a look at monday. the temperatures fall back into had the 60s, increasing cloud cover, a chance of scattered showers entering it the north bay and a chance showers on tuesday. mostly cloudy on wednesday. >> back to the old pattern. >> but the weekend. >> the weekend is cashing in. a second chance for a pair of abandoned clubs. the family living in south lake tahoe that decided to take them
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the city of mountain view will kick off women empowerment event. it will be on villa street and there will be demonstrations and interactive stations. stan starred hoping to advance to the elite 8. stanford is the heavy favorite and missouri state is the cinderella. the last time they were in the third round of the tournament was 2001. this is the new basketball coach. he's gone to the ncaa basketball tournament five times but he has never made to the second week of games.
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was an assistant up in washington and working usa basketball and world cup qualifying. he replaces michael jones. the flurry of crunch time, 3-pointers of steph curry was not enough to win. this is the two handed jam. and he goes up with minutes to play. he will send the game in overtime. and he nails a big 3. under 30 seconds to go. and steph gets hot again in transition. and more to come. this is the 11th 3-pointer of the night. and he finished with 32. and then this the bad call here. half a second ago, minnesota
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inbound. watch kevin during rehabilitation. he gets called for a foul right there. durant was not pleased. they lose it by one in overtime. a group of san francisco students are returning from a memorable trip with a better operation of some of the understanding of this of their ancestors. it is self discovery and pride as they learned more about the african-american culture. another report about possible measles exposure in the bay. we looking at a local please measles scare.
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a little diana ross. who turns 75 today and she can
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still bring it. >> we are going to have lovely weather this weekend. and it makes you want to get up and get out. this reminds me of what we got going on here. >> allie is here for claudine is enjoying a night weekend in tahoe. this is a view across the bay and into the golden gate bridge we're waking up with partly cloudy skies along the coastline. mostly clear for the rest of us. we have a little fog in the valleys this morning. but it has since cleared and so we'll track that for you. outside our doors, we are with very cold temperatures, colder than yesterday morning. areas of santa rosa reporting
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39 degrees. and livermore at 40. san jose a at 45. and we have a view over san jose. this is a look at the 24 hour temperature change. we're down by 6 in napa. around the bay, within a new degrees or so. a cool start. remember the jacket. with the sun shining out there. the storm tracker 2 is showing you the clouds along the coastline. and we're going to be partly cloudy, mostly here today and warmer. 64 degrees in downtown san francisco and mid-60s in oakland. upper 60s for the east bay. upper 60s in san jose. if you're going to see is the a's play a little later this evening, it will be a cool night. in the extended forecast, rain. more on this coming up. a four-year-old boy in oakland continues to fight for his life after accidentally shooting himself in the head this week. his family members will ask the governor to allow the boy's
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father that is incarcerated to be by his son's bedside. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with the boy's great aunt. and she said they are devastated. she's going to visit the boy's father. he is in prison and she's going to break the tragic news about his son's condition and ask the governor to allow the father to come back here to the bay area. she said that they have lost many loved ones over the yearstor gun violence. the boy was at his mother's boyfriend's house when he was shot. it was an accident. he crawled under a bet and founded the loaded gun and shot himself. the police charged terrence wilson, with child abuse, criminal gun storage and a
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criminal not to have a firearm. the family plans to hold a press conference where the prison is. they say that the boy is showing no signs of brain activity. they say that they are hoping for a miracle and that he remains on life support. a judge in southern california struck down a gun control law that the governor once championed. a u.s. district judge struck down a law that bans high capacity magazines holding more than ten rounds of ammunition. the voters approved the law. it has never been enforced because of legal challenges. the governor called it indefensible and dangerous. and the attorney general is reviewing if the state wants to appeal. the police are searching for a man that rammed a fremont
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police vehicle before taking off. they tried to pull over the man at a motel 6 and he drove off and slammed into the officer's car. and the police chased him and it ended in the hayward hills near the avenue area where the suspect got out of his car and ran into a nearby yard. the officers went house to house to look for the suspect. health professionals are worrying about a third case of measles this week. two of them happened in santa clara county and another in alameda county. all three cases involve international travel. >> reporter: the public health officers said that the second measles case this week is from a county resident that was ininfected while traveling internationally. the presence of a second infection is escalating concerns for parents of newborns. >> my younger kid doesn't have
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a vaccine because he's too young. i'm worried. they reported possible measles expert. and they visited soft bbq in downtown livermore march 23rd between 8 and 9:00 at night. >> it caught me by surprise. >> reporter: restaurant management had no on camera comment and said they are reviewing employees inoculating records. anyone that is not inoculated is at risk of infection. >> we're trying to determine if anybody is susceptible to measles. >> reporter: while the investigation moves forward, they have want to monitor a
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place by two dozen tourists. the officials said that the person was so sick he was hospitalized due to the infection. the measles all came from an incoming international flight. and none of the cases are related. >> our job as the public health department to try to prevent further cases have developing. >> reporter: if you believe you are infected with measles or showing signs, do not go to your doctor or health care provider. call them so they can set up a quarantine area where you can come in and be evaluated. state lawmakers have introduced a new bill aimed to curve vaccines. every child enrolled in school statewide must receive a vaccination. lawmakers said that some doctors are abusing the process by authorizing exemptions for children without cause.
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and the new bill will force doctors to forward medical exemption requests. state health professionals said that unvaccinated travelers are likely to blame for the rice in measles cases. the travelers were knock evacuated and ventured in areas with large cases of measles places. a special ceremony will be said at 10:00 this morning in windsor with the traveling vietnam memorial. the organizers of the exhibit will over the occasion with and elaborate display. this is the nation's capitol. it is about two-thirds the size
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and it feature as all the names of the people killed in vietnam. british parliament has less than two weeks to decide the future relationship with the european union. the uk was originally scheduled to leave the european union with or without a deal on march 29th. that was yesterday, of course. the eu granted the uk a two week extension to april 12th. another extension will require approval from all the other 27 countries in the eu. yesterday for the third time, parliament voted down prime minister mays' brexit deal that she negotiated with the eu leaders. >> the implications of the house's decision are grave. >> earlier this week, parliament voted down all eight possible scenarios for the
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future relationship within the eu. the opposition labor party is calling for a general election or a second referendum to break the deadlock. parents implicated in the college admission scandal are now facing a judge in court. one by one they filed into a courtroom in boston. they are accused of paying top dollar for entry of their kids into top schools. the authorities said that many of grads went through william rick singer, the admission consultant and the scheme's mastermind. he has already pled guilty and cooperating with the investigators. >> you got to ask yourself, who is the big fish here? him or all the people? >> none of the 15 people in court were asked to enter a plea. they recited the charges and the possible sentences. well known celebrities are caught up in the scandal.
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they are expected in court next week. the admission scandal has been going on continuous 2011 and ended just last month. there is a growing battle in san francisco over a proposed homeless shelter along the waterfront. the plan is to turn this into a navigation center with over 200 beds. some neighbors started a gofundme campaign to mound a legal challenge against the city's plans to do so. the reporters of the navigation center started their own gofundme campaign. and they have raised more than $92,000 to help the homeless and make the navigation center a realty. >> we have the highest concentration of children, daycare and schools of a 43 block radius and i do not think
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it is fair or safe for the children. >> there are a some number of people that have hateful attitudes for homeless folks. but there are far more people out there that want to see solutions. >> they propose the navigation center this month. and the court commission will vote on leasing the land to the city on april 23rd. 7:41. joe biden under fire this morning homosexual the potentially damaging accusations against the former vice president that has that has not officially announced if he will run in 2020 yet.
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tickets for burn burnie man goes on sale next week. the organizers are only making changes. own by 23,000 tickets are on sale. they usually have double the amount. they are changing the pricing for low income ticket sales and they want to have more
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carpooling. the changes are not sitting well with some festival fans. >> it seems like it is a complete change from the bernie man my friend went to. >> every goes and gets naked. and they come back and work their desk jobs. >> registration for ticks for bernie man starts wednesday. the tickets are $425 and vehicle passes are a $100. the oakland public library is extend being the hours to the main library. and it will be opened 7 days a week. 14 neighborhood branches will be open six days a week. and all library locations will be open on mondays. many bran ofs will stay open till 8:00 p.m. two points and this a week. it is the first time that the oakland public library has
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extended its hours since 2004. this event begins with a rally and march at 11:00 this morning at city hall in pittsburgh. and it will be followed by a celebration at the marina vista elementary school in down. and there will be a health fair as well. two bear cubs are getting a second life in san francisco. >> they were found along a highway earlier in the month. we'll look how the little cubs are doing now. >> reporter: this couple has two children using their parenting schools to help care for two bear cubs. they were found abandoned. >> we got them in two weeks ago, two weeks and three days ago, they came in a little over
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four pounds. >> reporter: the wild care is contracted through the national wildlife. >> reporter: they operate this out of their home. they are rounding out their 100th bear cub rescue. >> they are the youngest ones that we have ever had. >> reporter: they are taking care like mama bear. >> we don't want them relying us. the only time we get out right now when we feed them and we give them some time to play. and the other two hours a day, they are sleeping. >> reporter: and they are growing. >> they go through the baby infant stage. we're out of that and now they're going into the terrible twos where they want to climb on the play pen. one will walk up and bat the other one. >> reporter: blaze is 7 parking
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lot 8 pounds. and wise is 8 pounds. they'll be 85 to 100 pounds when they are released. >> they learn fishing in water. they learn nuts. >> we want to make sure they are not dependant on us. right now they need loving like mom would give them. >> that looks like they're getting a lot of that. they say they will care for the two cubs over the next year till they're big enough to be released back in the wild. it will be about 8 pounds. >> they cannot stay in the play pen for long. mostly sunny and warmer weather for your weekend. that is what is shaping up. a bit of a chill in the air this morning. we'll check in on your current conditions in a moment. this is a look at the golden gate bridge and testimony a gorgeous one. we have mostly sunny skies in the bay area. and partly cloudy along the
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coastline. and the temperatures are climbing. so this trend is going to last for the weekend. and once we get beyond that, wet weather. expected to return. take a look at this. we'll take you out to about friday or so. we'll take a look at your current conditions. there will is the weekend. uneventful in the way of wet weather. we'll be dry through sunday. but monday, things start to change. we have an increase in cloud cover. notice a little rain in northern california and it could reach into had the north bay. to we're calling for a chance with an increase of cloud cover this is tuesday afternoon. you can see a lot of northern california all the way into tahoe and the central valley. we're seeing the blue there. and likely to see the scattered shower activity in the bay area this is a look at wednesday, where we're mostly cloudy. and we have wet weather to the east and wet weather over the
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pacific. and we'll remain in the unsetted pattern. we have a slight possibility. here is friday afternoon. so for the next several days, once we get beyond the weekend, we're going to be on and off with the possibility of spring showers. left's enjoy the weekend. dry conditions. we have 45 degrees in oakland. 49 downtown san francisco. today up every 60s to go around. we got 68 here and almost 70 in santa rosa and napa. closer to the coast. for the south bay, 67. san jose and the coliseum will be a cool up with with the mostly clear skies and once the sun sets, we're looking at a nice, cool evening.
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so bring along your jacket. the sun sets at the 7:00 hour. the game time is 6:07. chilly weather to start the day. 19 degrees over truckee and south lake tahoe. and then upper 40s with mostly sunny skies. it will be warmer tomorrow and things start to transition like here at home, where we have introduced a chance over the north bay of some rain moving on monday and a chance on tuesday. right now wednesday looks mostly cloudy. but thursday and friday could be soggy as well. you know the line, stay classy, san diego.
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a child fell from a moving boat. the jumped in who was the father. all three children, including the one-year-old who was wearing a life jacket was rescued. but the father still has not been located. >> this water is about 50
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degrees. that is extremely dangerous position temperature for anyone to be and sustain for any amount of time. >> when the baby boy was pulled from. water, did he not have a pulse and rushed to the hospital and remains in serious condition. they resumed the search for the father this morning. and the sam te'o released video of a show for a sale. the man is a slender man. he was wearing glasses and a gray long sleeve shirt, a vest and jeans and the woman said that some of her lingerie was missing. the angels won last night 6- 2. a nice start for oakland. this is another here in the sixth, the third of the year.
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the a's are up 2-0. they ran out of gas. and mike trout will do a little wall banging right here. and he hits two rbis. and the a's loss by a final of 6-2. the giants in kinsler. giants have not scored a run in the first 17 innings and they finally got on the board at the top of the ninth. they fall for the second straight day out of the gate in san diego, 4-1. movie franchise that all of us news anchors are required to watch. i think it is funny. >> during last night's giant's game in san diego, there was a race that involved the four main characters from the anchorman movies. they ran along the morning
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track. in the end, the winner was anchorman ron burkedy. >> coming up next, president trump is once again taking on mexico. in a moment, the threat that he says that he could carry out next week and a response from the mexican government. local teens pushing for gun control. a move after the tragic shooting last year in parkland, florida.
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getting to experience. not quite summertime here yet. it is spring. but nice spring weather. >> it is. we will get a check on that. >> we will get to rosemary momentarily. first, we need to talk about joe biden. there he is. in a bit of hot water. throwing his hat in the ring for a democratic a run at white house. former vice president joe biden has another site. >> a former nevada state assembly member is accused of kissing and touching her without consent. we will have reaction coming up. and a 4-year-old boy in a medically induced coma at children's hospital after accidentally shooting himself this past week. >> the toddler is on life- support. the family is asking the governor permission for the boy's father to visit him. we will tell you why that is so complicated. at another case of measles in santa clara county. >> this is after two previous separate cases of the disease raised concern about the public health impact.
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we will talk about the common link between all three cases in the bay area. first, we can bring in rosemary and talk about the weekend weather that looks nice. >> sunny skies. temperatures are nice and mild. even warm by the end of the weekend. >> short sleeves? >> yes. we have some great weather forthcoming our way. here is a look over san francisco. looking to the west. a bit of fog and low cloud cover along the coastline. partly cloudy there. mostly sunny for the rest of us. looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 60s today. here is a look at the east bay where we have temperatures starting out rather cool. especially for the inland communities. upper 30s to low 40s. santa rosa, 42. it is a bit of an improvement. the last hour, we were at 39. napa, 41. upper 40s, oakland. 43, san jose. a little cooler over the northbay locations. down by about 5 degrees around
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the bay. and for the enter east bay, livermore, 2 degrees cooler to start today. the storm tracker shows dry conditions. partly cloudy along the coast. a little fog developed earlier this morning and has cleared for the inland valley locations. we will continue to monitor that for you as well. mid to upper 60s around the bay for the afternoon. even getting up to 70 for areas like fairfield. 69, antioch and the south bay. 67, surrounding areas. more coming up. and about a lawmaker is accusing the former vice president joe biden of kissing and touching her without her consent. former nevada assembly member florez said that mr. biden kissed her on the back of the head at a campaign event in 2014 for the former vice president was in nevada to support her campaign who was
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running for lieutenant governor. she said she felt mortified and wants biden to be held accountable for what she says is a history of inappropriate behavior spokesperson for biden telling the washington post that neither biden or the staff remember what she describes but biden of course rumored to be running for president but has not declared he is running. president trump starting to close the border between the u.s. and mexico next week. the president says he wants mexico to end all illegal immigration immediately. that could have a huge economic impact. they a champ -- the chamber of commerce opposes the idea calling it an unmitigated economic debacle that could threaten 5 million american jobs. president trump says he does not think a border closure would affect the economy negatively although clinic -- critics have their doubts. >> with a deficit like we have had with mexico, closing the border will be a profit- making operation. >> mexico is the biggest
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export market from california. about 15 and a half, 16% of all exports go to mexico. >> the chamber of commerce says the u.s. and mexico trade about $1.7 billion in goods every day. the white house did not say whether travel would be included in the closure. the mexican foreign relations secretary says mexico does not act based on threats. attorney general william barr set a redacted version of special counsel robert miller's report on the russia investigation will be sent to congress by mid-april. according to the summary, the report did not find that the trump campaign coordinated or conspired with russia. nearly 400 page report will not be shared with the white house before hand. democrats requested the report be submitted by next tuesday and may pursue a court order to get the full report without redaction. >> we are demanding that the report be turned over to us because we are entitled to it as a matter of law.
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we have oversight and duty to responsibility and power to receive the report. it has to be turned over to us. >> william barr said he could testify before congress may 1st and 2nd and it is likely he will face questions about his decision to summarize that the president did not obstruct justice. the special counsel said the evidence on that was inconclusive. traffic on highway four and brentwood is getting back to normal after a deadly overnight crash in antioch. chp issued an alert to close the eastbound lanes of highway four and lone tree way. authorities said the crash was reported just after 1:30 a.m. this morning. officers arrived on the scene and did find a woman dead on the roadway. the crash blocking the second eastbound lane of highway four. concord police are investigating a separate crash that claimed the life of a pedestrian. the man was walking in the area of arnold industrial way near laura alice way when he was hit
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and killed by vehicle last night. the driver, 71-year-old man, remained at the scene and is cooperating with the investigators. they do not think alcohol or drugs played a role in the crash. the area was closed for about three hours before it finally reopened. a 4-year-old oakland boy continues to fight for his life after police say he accidentally shot himself in the head the head earlier this week. today his family members lastly governor gavin newsom to allow the boy's father who was incarcerated to return to the bay area to get his sons bedside. ktvu's alyssa harrington's live outside children's hospital in oakland with the story. >> reporter: good morning. i just got off the phone with the boy's great advise. she says she plans to visit the boy's father at the salinas valley state prison where he is locked up, to break the tragic news about his son's condition. >> here's a picture of the boy's father provided by the family. this is mason jackson. she says he has been locked up most of the boy's life and is
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asking the governor to show compassion. she said the family has been plagued by gun violence losing many loved ones over the years. 4-year-old jackson was at his mother's boyfriend's house that wednesday when he was shot. the family says it was an accident. the boy crawled under a bed, found a loaded gun and shot himself. on friday, prosecutors charged terrence wilson, the mom's boyfriend with child abuse, criminal gun storage and being a felon in possession of a firearm. the 37-year-old said he slept with the gun under his pillow and forgot to put it away. the family plans to hold a press conference later today but his aunt has told me on the phone that he is showing no signs of brain activity and is on life support. they are hoping for a miracle. live in oakland, ktvu fox2 news. a group of people is rallying in the south bay today to stop gun violence. the event is organized by a group called "march our lives in san jose." the rally will include a town hall with scheduled speakers including and has a mayor and the santa clara county
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supervisor. the event will focus on gun safety and tighter gun control laws. the group formed last year after the mass shooting at the high school and parkland, florida. and vallejo police released body camera video of the deadly shooting last month. >> police were responding to a call to a man unconscious in a car at a taco bell drive through ninth or 20-year-old willie mccoy was in the car with a gun in his lap. slow-motion video from the officer closest to willie mccoy shows him starting to wake up. officers shouted at him to keep his hands up for three seconds before several officers finally opened fire. police said he reached for the gun. >> it was an execution by a firing squad.
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>> the family of willie mccoy filed a wrongful death claim against the city. police said they released the video in an effort to be transparent. the san francisco superior court judge authorized release records required. police said the law should not be applied retroactively. but the judge found that records in cases of shootings, killings and misconduct should be released regardless of when they were created. the san francisco police officers association dropped its lawsuit saying "we believe all police agencies should fully comply with the eligible requests for records. our concern was strictly limited to protecting the privacy rights of officers records created prior to the effective date of sb1411. and a principal's wife pleaded not guilty to his murder. police said maria made us shot
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and killed paul chef well march 16th. it is reported that the 39-year- old told police she snapped during an argument. he died sunday after being kept alive on life support. he was the father of eight children including three with her. he was a principal of the pittsburgh adult education center. if you are looking for a job teaching, you can meet a present of us from the south bay school districts today. santa clara county is hosting a teacher recruitment fair in san jose. recruiters will answer questions about job openings and some may offer on-site interviews. applicants are asked to bring resumes and proof of teaching credentials. the fair is being held at the santa clara county office of education on ridder park drive. doors open at 9:00 this morning for people who preregistered. if you have not registered yet, you can still attend but not until after 11:00. the event ends at 2:00 this afternoon. and coming up next, a new name for a southern california stadium pick up for debate, why some people are taking exception with the proposed corporate name. and it is known as the
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we are the bobcat belles. we are a drill team from hallsville, texas. i'm the marketing director at the chick-fil-a in longview, texas. every year we do a novelty routine last year we were inflatable cows. some lady posted it online - got so many views. that made the video, the cow suits. the morning we were leaving for our nationals competition we surprised them and sent them off with a chick-fil-a cow. we were star-struck. we just wanted to let them know we love them. we knew we had to make this cow proud. yes! (laughs) phil collins, as we crews into this saturday morning. thank you julie for your
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request. we are looking at some great weather for today. sunny skies. temperatures into the 60s. 70s by tomorrow. and then wet weather in the forecast. i have details on all of this coming up. and we could have played stevie nicks too. the legendary singer is the first woman ever inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame twice. >> that was her performing last night at a hall of fame concert while she was recognized as a solo act. last night, stevie nicks was inducted as the lead singer of the band fleetwood mac. other entertainers -- entertainers included def leppard and the cure along with janet jackson. she along with stevie nicks called on the hall to induct more women in the future. the sales tax rate is set
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to go up and 51 california cities starting monday. locally, the changes include increases in the cities of alameda, antioch, martinez, redwood city, and santa rosa. unincorporated areas of sonoma and santa cruz counties will also see increases. online sales are not exempt from the new tax rules. starting monday, california will require all out-of-state retailers to collect sales and new taxes from california customers. while thrift stores in and around the bay area and the world are being inundated with big donations, and there are numerous reasons for that but the spike has been attributed to the marine condo effect and part. >> she is the lifestyle guru encouraging people to tidy up and de-clutter. we explain that as people de- clutter homes, thrift stores are apparently reaping some of the benefits. >> the goodwill of silicon valley is having a good year. actually, a great one. donations have been pouring in by the carload. >> this year, we are
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currently up 12% as of yesterday so we are happy about that. it is about 25,000 more donations than the same time period last year. >> this month, it has been even better. up 16%, to chalk it up to a good economy, targeted marketing and marie condo. >> she is the queen of decluttering. and the titan of tidying up. now her book and netflix show has sparked what is being referred to as the condo effect thousands of people flooding thrift shops with items they no longer need. >> she is extremely knowledged on decluttering. >> why have it in the garage if you are not using it. somebody else can use my toaster oven i don't use anymore. >> thrift stores worldwide have taken up donations. prompting some to ask for more volunteers. others to ask for a giving hiatus as a sort through the
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back log. at goodwill of silicon valley, they are taking the extra volume in stride. >> keep it coming. we survive on donations. the more we can get, the happier we are. >> marie kondo's decluttering method says to hold an item and see if it sparks a joy and not, let it go. emily says for her, it was time. >> it brought me joy as a kid. it has been in the house for a while. >> if they keep up this pace, goodwill of silicon valley will set a new record this year bringing in over a million donations for the first time. in san jose, ktvu fox2 news. >> i am the worst. if i get something and it is nostalgic, i will put it in the back of the closet. >> it is hard to let go. there is something to the phrase spring cleaning. it is also that decluttering. >> when you tidy up, even your car, you just feel better. >> don't remind me of my car.
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i have to do that. >> distract me with a nice weather report. get outdoors and enjoy some of the springlike weather that is upon us. for the weekend, warmer weather. dry weather with spring showers in the forecast for the first week of april. the warming trend begins -- actually began yesterday. temperatures were up a little bit. it was cool. the air was cool. if you had a breeze outside, you probably felt it. temperatures today will be in the mid to upper 60s. by tomorrow, into the 70s. here is a look at the futurecast. i want to show you the opportunity for rain coming our way. here's a look at monday afternoon. northern california over the sierra could slip all the way down to the north bay, some scattered shower activity there. tuesday afternoon, looks like it could be soggy. right over the bay area. down into the central valley in
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the sierra, chances are we have a good shot at getting some rain tuesday. wednesday looks like mostly cloudy. rain to the east. rain over the pacific. for us, we are looking at just a cloudy and unsettled day perhaps. thursday, things change again with a little bit of moisture moving into northern california and there is friday. we are going to be dry and mild for the weekend. then we switch back. so get out and enjoy what we have. 48 degrees right now. it is a cool start. 47, concord. 42, along the peninsula. 42, redwood city. low 50s, downtown san francisco as well as pacifica. for the afternoon, a lot of upper 60s. 68, napa. going to the inner east bay, 69, concord. closer to the water, 65, oakland. 64, san francisco. 60, pacifica. eras -- areas over santa
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cruz, 67 for the afternoon high there. 67, los gatos. 68, morgan hill. going to tahoe for the weekend, no snow. in the clear. but it will be cold. take a look at that. 19 degrees in areas over truckee. upper 40s in some areas around there. sunday, looks good at 64. the extended forecast at home, upper 60s today to the low to mid-70s tomorrow. and we begin to shift again with wet weather in the forecast for the bay area. upper 60s monday. mid-60s by tuesday and wednesday. perhaps a bit soggy on and off for the next several days following the weekend. >> we will enjoy it while it lasts. >> thank you, rosemary. apparently you cannot always get what you want to. it is true when it comes to the rolling stones. why fans will have to wait a little longer to see the stones in concert. why the band is postponing its summer tour.
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we will tell you why. heartbreak strikes three separate times and snohomish county. coming up, how some recent murder suicides are prompting community members to offer help and resources.
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authorities in sonoma county have been dealing with two separate cases of elderly couples found dead in a parent murder suicides. >> wednesday along the coast, police said a man shot his wife and himself as they were dealing with poor health and finances.
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a similar case happened friday in petaluma. we report on how there is help out there for seniors in distress. >> they were both incredible characters. >> on echo court in petaluma, one couple had lived here as long as anyone could remember. >> both of them were in bad shape. i can't imagine either one of them wanting to live without the other. >> a relative found the couple, in their 80s, thursday evening. a murder suicide. both were in failing health, spiraling in recent months. nobody thought their lives would end this way, in the house where they lived for decades and raised a family. >> i was just shocked when i heard this news. they will be greatly missed. >> we used to have coffee and visit. i would bring my dogs over and we would solve the world's problems. >> can't there be better
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options than this? i don't get it. something has to be done. >> if we don't five -- find resources for these individuals, that is when these tragic things happen. >> those that work with elders say it is startling for a community to realize that seniors in their midst are so despondent. but caring for a frail spouse is incredibly stressful. more so when the caregiver's own health is poor. >> you can ask for help and people will help. there are so many safety net programs. >> it helps for everyone to pause and pay attention and say, is there a difference? is somebody not coming to the mailbox? >> isolation and changing behavior are red flags. >> or, i have not seen that neighbor for a while. i should check and see if everything is okay. >> neighbors closest to the couple say like many of their generation, they were independent, stoic and not inclined to ask for help.
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>> there was no foul play here. it was two lifetime levers. i believe that they were beautiful people. >> in petaluma, ktvu fox2 news you. this afternoon, a group of san francisco high school students is returning from a memorable trip that helped them gain a better understanding of the struggles of their ancestors. police officer jason johnson started operation genesis in 2014. he takes a group of african american teenagers on a nine day visit to ghana to fulfill a sense of self-discovery and pride as the teenagers learn more about the african culture. coming up next, the lines for the dmv offices may be shorter then they used to be. but the agency says they still need more help. how they are asking for more help to improve waiting times over the summer. donations pouring and on both sides of the debate surrounding a proposed homeless shelter.
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♪ ♪ ♪. >> that is a good way to start the day. i want to thank renaldo polaris. a lovely day. looks like a beautiful weekend here in the bay area. blue skies. and a little bit of warmth. a word we have not heard in a while. >> we might be able to our short sleeves. >> short shorts too.
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i like that idea. the beach will be a little cool. low 60s today. unless you go to santa cruz. 67 is the afternoon high there. a view of the golden gate bridge. a beautiful start here. partly cloudy skies at the coast. mostly sunny and blue around the bay area. starting out with patchy fog over the inland communities in the north bay valley locations. that has cleared out of the way. here is a look at the storm tracker. you can see the cloud cover up and down the coast. it looks like santa cruz is mostly clear to start the day. and partly cloudy around ocean beach. temperatures at this hour, already beginning to rebound. still a very cool start. santa rosa, 42. santa rosa was at about 39 earlier this morning. so improvement there. 41, napa. 43 over livermore and around the bay. 51, downtown san francisco. at along the coast at half moon bay. we will check out a few more
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numbers around the peninsula. 46, redwood city. 48, san mateo. temperatures for the afternoon, warmer than yesterday. 64, san francisco. 67, redwood city. or mountain view down to san jose. upper 60s, concord and into the north bay as well. temperatures into the 70s as we get into the bay area sunday. then it all changes. wet weather in the forecast. details coming up. neighbors on the san francisco waterfront are crowdfunding a plan for a homeless shelter. so far they have raised tens of thousands of dollars. ktvu tells us the effort has prompted a counter campaign but is also bringing in big money. >> just steps away from this parking lot on the san francisco waterfront, luxury condos with sweeping views tower overhead. some people that live in those condos want to the parking lot to stay a parking lot. >> we care about the homeless
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but this is not the solution. >> bergen james has lived in the area for 13 years. the building overlooks the parking lot. she along with her neighbors have donated tens of thousands of dollars to a gofundme campaign to hire a lawyer to prevent the city from turning the lot into a navigation center. a 200 bed shelter with expanded health and social services for the homeless. >> we have the highest concentration of children, day cares and schools within a 3-4 block radius. and i do not think it is safe or fair for the children to be put through this. >> in response, supporters of the navigation center proposed by the mayor earlier this month started their own gofundme campaign raising more than $70,000 for the coalition on homelessness. >> to me, what it shows is that there are a small number of people that have hateful attitudes toward homeless folks.
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we have far more people supporting folks that are out there. >> some say the money which mostly came and small donations come would be used to support efforts for helping the homeless and making the navigation center a reality. >> it will be used for going out to educate folks about homelessness and working on solutions. gathering and put on how they want to see the new center organized. >> while the effort to block the shelter is gaining steam online, so is the effort to help the city's homeless and not all residents of the high- rise condos oppose the project. >> i can understand how they would rather not have it. i think we definitely need it. >> residents have hired a san francisco attorney andrew zach. so far it is unclear what his legal strategy will be. the port commission is scheduled to vote on whether to lease this land to the city on april 23rd.
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in san francisco, ktvu fox2 news. hope is fading to find a missing father who delve into the san joaquin river to rescue his 1-year-old son. the 41-year-old father went into the delta after his child fell from a moving boat yesterday afternoon. the men's daughter called 911 and informed dispatchers of what had happened. she and a sibling waited inside until rescuers arrived. all three kids including the 1- year-old who was wearing a life jacket were rescued. the how -- the father has not been located. >> the water is a proximately 50 degrees. it is extremely dangerous for anyone to be in for any amount of time. >> when the baby boy was pulled from the water, he did not have a pulse and was rushed to the hospital. right now he is in serious condition. crews reserve -- resumed the search this morning. police are searching for a man accused of stealing during an open house for a home that was up for sale.
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police releasing the video from the homeowner's surveillance camera. when the showing was over last sunday, the homeowner noticed some lingerie was missing. the suspect was described as asian with a slender build between five, number for and 5- foot eight for he was wearing glasses, a gray longsleeved shirt, a vast and blue jeans. another case of measles has been confirmed in santa clara county. it is the third bay area case this week. doctors say the patient in the latest case contracted the measles while overseas. the public health department is reaching out to those who may have come into contact with the infected person when they were contagious. the two other cases, one in santa clara county and one in alameda county, also involved patients that recently traveled internationally. >> my youngest is too young to have the measles vaccine. i am worried. >> they first reported measles cases in the bay area
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all arrived on an incoming international flight at san francisco airport. officials in alameda and santa clara county say none of the cases are related. the department of motor vehicles is asking lawmakers for more than $168 million to help improve waiting times. the agency sent a request to the department of finance yesterday. it comes days after the state released an audit detailing years of performance failures by the dmv. in a letter, the dmv said it would use the additional funding to hire more workers and update equipment. lawmakers are scheduled to hold a dmv budget meeting next week. the los angeles memorial coliseum may not take on a new corporate name after all. the name change was going to be part of extensive renovations at the nearly century old landmark. it would have been known as united airlines memorial coliseum. that sparked criticism from people who say a corporate name would be disrespectful to the facility's history of honoring troops that fought and died in world war i. the airline said it will walk away from the 69
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million-dollar deal if usc agrees. the coliseum will host a closing ceremony for the 2028 summer olympic games. and racing has resumed at a park following the death of several horses. earlier this month, the parking canceled races after 22 horses died. officials are investigating what led to the deaths. animal rights activists demanded changes to racing guidelines including expanding the use of whips during races. the california board of horseracing is meeting next week to consider new safety rules. happening today, the lights will be turned off around the world for earth hour from 830 sometime until 930- 1010. tonight, many later -- many major landmarks will go dark including the golden gate bridge. organizers say it is a way to think about how much energy we use and how the world can cut back. europe is springing forward with daylight savings time this weekend. meanwhile, the european parliament has voted to
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discontinue daylight savings time. next year, every country in the eu will have the option to remain on either daylight savings time or standard time year around. a survey last year said that 84% of people wanted to do away with the time change altogether. in california, there is a bill in the capital to keep daylight savings time year round. it needs two thirds majority approval from congress in order to happen. it is 8:38 a.m. the time it takes to get medical treatment after a shooting is critical. ahead, the training happening today to help ordinary people become more adept to stop the bleeding. and tickets to "burning man" is on sale soon. how the festival is looking to make changes on who is allowed to come. coming up.
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♪ ♪ ♪. >> california girls by the beach boys. have to love this one on this sunny warmer weekend. this request from bud schroeder. thank you so much. good morning to you as well. we are looking at some nice weather. if you like it's sunny and 60s and 70s for the afternoon highs, that is what is coming our way.
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we will have details coming up. >> now we are going to miss the chorus. >> we are all california kids. and a violin left aboard a muny bus and taken by someone has been returned to its rightful owner. investigators identify the person seen right here last month taking the instrument which is valued at $100. it has not yet been determined if any charges will be filed. but the owner has it back. parents implicated in the college admissions scandal are facing a judge in court. one by one, more than a dozen parents filed into a courtroom in boston yesterday accused of paying top dollar for their kid's entry into top schools. defendants include ceos, investment executives and real estate developers. authorities say many of the bribes went through william rick singer, an admissions consultant and the steam's metro month -- mastermind. he has already pleaded guilty to a number of conspiracy charges and is cooperating with investigators. >> none of the 15 people in
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court yesterday were asked to enter a plea. court officials simply recited the charges and possible sentences. some well-known hollywood celebrity's as we know are caught up in this college admissions scandal including actresses felicity huffman and lori loughlin -- lori loughlin. the two are expected in court next week. officials say this scandal has been going on since 2011 and did not end until last month. and attention. tickets for burning man go on sale next week. festival organizers are making some major changes this year as the annual pilgrimage to black rock desert evolves. we explained why fans of the festival have mixed reaction to the changes. >> it is a celebration that takes over the black rock desert every summer and creating a city for 70,000 visitors literally overnight is never easy. >> it seems like a complete
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change from the burning man my friends went to when things first started. >> registration for tickets arts at noon wednesday, april 3rd and closing by friday at noon. from there, you are able to buy a ticket and vehicle pass by noon april 10th wednesday. vehicle passes are $100 apiece and tickets are $425 i got my tickets at the gate. i went there on a whim. we got to the front doors and i got a ticket for $300 and gotten. >> things are changing for this year. only 3000 tickets are for sale and 10,000 vehicle passes. >> it is not the burning man i grew up wanting to go to, for sure. i don't know if it is something i could totally support. >> and a sign of the times, organizers declined our interview and responded by interview which outlined changes such as eliminating one ticket tier to increase low
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income sales and increasing the cost of vehicle passes to encourage people to carpool. >> for some, burning man is burning out. >> everybody goes and gets naked and finds nirvana and then they come back and work their desk jobs. >> all good things change over time. >> it is changing but it will still have the same energy hopefully. >> they sell tickets. you have your camp and stuff like that and it is a farce. >> ktvu fox2 news. the rolling stones have postponed the upcoming summer tour. the stones were scheduled to bring the no filter tour to santa clara may 18th. in a statement, the bands as the lead singer mick jagger's doctors have advised him that he cannot go on tour. the band could not give details on mick jagger's medical condition. the 75-year-old mick jagger does plan to make a full
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recovery and return to the stage as soon as he can. two promoters hope to reschedule the show so fans are encouraged to hold on to those tickets. and a multitalented star is about to enter a very exclusive club. ♪ ♪ . >> this 87-year-old will be honored with the peabody award for career achievement. that means the actress will reach the status by reaching the peabody and grammy oscar and tony awards. she joins two others. barbra streisand among those. rita moreno will receive the honor in may. >> and she is a bay area gal living in berkeley hills. and the perfect event for chocolate lovers today. the 13th annual san francisco international chocolate festival at 10:00 this morning. there will be chocolate tastings, demonstrations and you can chat with some chefs there as well. it has been held at the san
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francisco county fair building and it will be until 5:30 p.m. tonight. tickets are $30 at the door for adults and children. under six can get in for free and eat a lot of chocolate. the 22nd annual sonoma film festival continues today and tomorrow. more than 90 screened films will be looked at. there will be world class cuisine local artisans as well as a little bit of wine from the sonoma vintners. and that is going on today. >> may be some wine tasting in your plans this weekend. not for me but maybe for some folks out there. nice weather all around. i do know some folks heading up to do some wine tasting. it will be gorgeous. you will need sunblock. a little water. stay hydrated. chocolate and wine -- those two combined sound good. giving you a view outside the doors. giving you a look at san jose. mostly clear skies. a little fog developing this morning for the inland communities. that has dissipated. and good shape if you need to
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get on to the highways. we are seeing some cloud cover along the coast this morning. looks like it breaks the way. ocean beach and a shot of the golden gate bridge. looking toward santa cruz, mostly clear skies there. pacifica and half moon bay may have cloud cover overhead. partly cloudy at the coastline today. mostly clear elsewhere. dry for a couple of days. warmer for a couple of days and then it will all change as we have storms that are expected to impact us getting into the first week of april. here is a look at what we can expect. today and tomorrow, partly cloudy. mostly clear. getting into the late evening sunday or perhaps sunday afternoon, we will notice an increase in the high clouds ahead of a system that moves in monday. over northern california, over the sierra. for us, it looks like a scattered chance for showers over the north bay. is a look at tuesday afternoon. another round coming through
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california. wednesday, mostly cloudy. mainly drive. thursday, things start to change a little bit. we could have a chance in the forecast but a better chance coming in friday. this will change. as we know come some of the storms speed up or slow down. this is a look at the week ahead. it looks like it could be a little unsettled and foggy. let's look outside now. 51 degrees downtown san francisco. 52, half moon bay. mid-40s, areas right around fremont. 46 and a little cooler in livermore. northbay, 51. enter east bay, 48, walnut creek. 49, lafayette. 47 at moraga. the wind is light foster calm. should remain light today. afternoon high, 64, san francisco. mid-60s for the east bay shore. oakland, hayward, northbay. if you are going to do wine tasting, upper 60s, nevada --
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napa. upper 60s, los gatos, santa cruz, san jose. a 70, gilroy. if you will see the oakland a's play, a cool evening. sun set is at about 7:30 p.m. these days. about 60 degrees at game time and continuing to cool into the 50s. the extended forecast for even warmer tomorrow. talking 3-5 degrees warmer for sunday before it shifts and we are back into a bit of a foggy pattern. >> don't put away the rain boots just yet. >> thank you. coming up, lyft performs better-than-expected on its first date on the stock market. drivers say they are not seeing or feeling extra cash anytime soon and how they want the company to be more responsive to their issues on the job. and two bear cubs found abandoned along the highway in northern california. how officials are helping these two little guys get happy and healthy and back in the wild. coming up.
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life in south lake tahoe. the cubs were barely a-month- old when they were found along the highway in siskiyou county earlier in the month. reporter vicki gonzales shows us how the two little cubs are doing now. >> they get the same all the time. >> cheryl and todd mill hand two children. using their parenting skills to care for orphans. >> the bear cubs come almost seven weeks old. they were found abandoned in yreka. >> when we got them two weeks ago, they came in just a little over 4 pounds. >> they are contracted through california fish and wild like, one of only two rescues in the state. the husband and wife operate out of their home. >> we are hoping that because there are two of them, that they will progress a little faster. >> the cubs now doing well. >> tom and cheryl taking the place of mama bear.
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the sow, never found. >> the main challenge is we don't want them to become habituated and relying on us that is why, the only time we get them out right now is when we feed them and we give them time to play in the playpen. the other 22 hours of the day, they are sleeping. >> and they are growing. >> they go through the baby infant stage. now they are going into the terrible twos where they want to climb on the playpen. one will walk up and that the other one. >> blaze is 7.8 pounds and the other is 8.3 pounds. when they get released into the wild, they will be anywhere between 85-100 pounds. that is 10-12 times the weight now. >> they learn fishing. >> we just want to make sure they don't become dependent on us. right now, they need loving just like mom would give them. >> that was vicki gonzales
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reporting. tom and cheryl say that they will care for the two. -- bear cubs over the next year until they are big enough, around 80 pounds, to be released back into the wild. on monday, the oakland public library is extending hours. the main library will be open seven days a week. 14 neighborhood branches will be open six days a week and all the library locations will be open on mondays. many branches will also stay open until 8:00 p.m. two nights a week. it is the first time the oakland public library has extended its hours since 2004. two labor activists are being honored today in a multicultural celebration in pittsburgh. the march in raleigh will pay tribute to the late cesar chavez along with an 88-year- old labour leader. the event begins with a rally and march at 11:00 this morning right outside the city hall in pittsburgh. it is followed by the celebration at marina vista
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elementary school. festivities are free and they include a healthcare fare as well. on to sports. the oakland a's are out of the opening gates. getting a heavy dosage of the 400 plus million dollar man, mr. mike trout. the angels win last night 6-2. a nice start for oakland. chris davis picking up on the homerun barrage from last year. rushing out another here in the sixth. third of the year. oakland a's or of. looking good. 2-0 after six. but oakland runs out of gas giving up six runs in the eighth. mike trout with us two run double. trout had a couple of hits, two rbis. final was 6-2. about the giants at san diego. kinsler getting his first homer. and a padre uniform. 3rd inning solo bomb. powder is go up 3-0. did not need anything else. giants held scoreless and 17 plus innings in the first two games. finally got on the board when evan longoria hit this homerun.
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only sixth sense for the giants as they fall for the second straight day and san diego, for- -- 4-1. one of our favorite films of all time in the news industry. talking anchorman, the legend of ron burgundy coming to life last night during the giants game. the padres unveiled this race involving four characters from the beloved movie franchise. they ran along the warning track in the outfield and it was a race to the finish. but in the end, the winner was the anchor man himself, ron burgundy who of course kept it classy and san diego. coming up, support for a little boy and oakland who accidentally shot himself. why family and friends are asking for the governor's help. striking down a controversial gun control law. why a law that the governor at one time champion has been struck down in court. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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i am in oakland where a boy continues to fight for his life after being shot in the head. today his family members plan to make a public plea to governor gavin newsom. what they are asking for coming up. and the president threatens to shut down the mexican border if something is not done about immigration.
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the economic impact the closure could have on the state of california. rideshare company lyft has a push from drivers to get a boost and pay. some schools have troubles staying fully staffed. the recruiting event underway today to attract more teachers into the classroom. . good morning out there. taking a live look at the east bay hills. and listen for a song. this is the request this morning. >> it is an oldie. >> surf city. i wish we had a picture of santa cruz. >> the staff back there will have to work on that. >> nice-looking skies out there. nice-looking weather this weekend. welcome to mornings on two.
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it is saturday, march 30th. >> i have to give my friend a little surf city. maybe it not a bad day to head to the beach. >> 67, santa cruz with mostly sunny skies. low 60s for half moon bay and pacifica. a good-looking day. good-looking shot of the golden gate bridge. mostly clear skies. we are looking at a warm up for you weekend. mid to upper 60s today. 70s tomorrow. here is another view of the iconic golden gate bridge. can never get tired of seeing that one. 47 degrees right now, santa rosa which is a big improvement over earlier this morning. started at 39 napa, 48. livermore, 48. 51, san jose. continuing to climb. the wind is light and calm. a gentle breeze. the storm tracker showing cloud
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cover along the coast. a little fog and low cloud cover over areas in the north bay as well as the central bay coastline. for the rest of us, mostly sunny and blue skies. warmer today. 65, oakland. 64, san francisco. upper 60s, concord and into the napa valley. sonoma, upper 60s as well. if you will be doing some wine tasting. 67, san jose. temperatures will climb into the bay area sunday. details on those numbers. and then the wet weather in the forecast for next week. a look at that coming up and a bit. a person was killed following a crash on highway four on the on ramp at lonetree way just after 1:30 a.m. this morning. emergency investigators and found a woman lying in the roadway. all lanes of the highway did reopen this morning. concord police are investigating a separate crash that claimed the life of a pedestrian. a man was looking in the area of arnold industrial way near
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laura ellis way when he was struck and killed by a vehicle last night the driver was a 71- year-old meant -- and did remain at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. they do not think alcohol or drugs played a role in the crash. the area had to be shut down for about three hours before it was finally reopened. a 4-year-old oakland boy continues to fight for his life after accidentally shooting himself in the head earlier this week. today his family members will ask governor gavin newsom to allow the boy's father who was in prison to return to the bay area to be at his sons bedside. ktvu's alyssa harrington's live outside children's hospital in oakland with the story. >> reporter: i spoke with the boy's great aunt. she is traveling to the salinas county state prison to speak with the boy's father and deliver the tragic news about his son. she shared the pictures with me of nathan jackson. she says the boy's father has been locked up most of his life and is asking the governor to show compassion saying that this family has been plagued by
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gun violence losing many loved ones over the years. the 4-year-old was at his mother's boyfriend's house wednesday when he was shot. the family said it was an accident. the boy crawled under a bed, found a loaded gun and shot himself. on friday, prosecutors charged terrence wilson, the mom's boyfriend with child abuse, criminal gun storage and being a felon in possession of a firearm. the 37-year-old told police he slept with a gun under his pillow and forgot to put it away. the family says the boy is showing no signs of brain activity and that he is on life support. they say they are hoping for a miracle . live in oakland, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox2 news. a judge in southern california has struck down a gun control law that governor gavin newsom at one time champion. the mastic tourist -- district judge friday striking down the law of having more than 10 rounds of admonition. voters approved the law under proposition 63 in 2016.
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although it has never been enforced because of legal challenges. the judge called the law unconstitutional. in a statement, the governor criticized the ruling calling it indefensible and dangerous. >> the california attorney general is reviewing whether or not the state wants to appeal. a group of young people is rallying in the south bay to stop gun violence. the event is organized by march our lives in san jose. the rally will include a town hall with scheduled speakers including the santa clara county supervisor and the san jose mayor. this will focus on tighter gun control laws. the group march for are lives -- our lives san jose formed last year after the shooting in parker, florida. the rally is at arena in east at the guadalupe river in san jose. the ceremony starts at 11:30. a man is in jail accused of shooting and killing a 17- year-old girl at the west oakland b.a.r.t. station. police state the shooting
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happened around 10:30 thursday night in the station's parking lot. police say the two teenagers new one another and no passengers were involved. still some b.a.r.t. users say they are worried about the safety in and around the west oakland station. >> it is a little unnerving with the shootings. >> police have not said what may have led up to the thursday night shooting. the alameda county d.a. is reviewing the case. happening today, medical professionals will be showing people skills that could come in handy and shooting situations pick the national stop the blade movement shows people how to prevent blood loss and the crucial moments after a shooting. it is different from cpr or first-aid training. people of all ages will be learning how to use direct pressure, packing wounds and bandage techniques. the training starts at 1:00 at the saint columbia church hall and oakland.
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the class is free. registration is required. we put a link to the registration on ktvu.com under web links. vallejo police released video of a deadly shooting that happened last month. >> police were responding to a call of a man unconscious and side of a car at a taco bell drive through february 9th. it was a 20-year-old willie mccoy who was inside the car but had a gun on his lap. slow-motion video from the officer's -- the officers closest to willie mccoy show him starting to wake up. officers shouted at him to keep his hands up for three seconds before a number of police officers opened fire. police said he reached for his gun. >> it was an execution by firing squad. this is how we are living in america as black and latino people. >> the family of willie mccoy had filed a wrongful death claim against vallejo.
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police said they released the video and an effort to be transparent. a san francisco superior court judge has authorized the release of police records as required under a new transparency law. some police agencies said the law should not be applied retroactively. but a judge found that records in cases of shootings, killings and misconduct should be released regardless of when they were created. san francisco police officers association dropped this lawsuit saying "we believe all police agencies should fully comply with the request for records. our concern was strictly limited to protecting the privacy rights of officers for records created prior to the effective date of sb sb1421". it is 908 my cayenne. donations are pouring in on both sides of a debate surrounding a proposed homeless shelter along the embarcadero. why proponents of the plan are crowdfunding the legal challenge. and lyft drivers say they
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want the company to adjust its business model. more on that when we come back.
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we have some good weather here. it will finally feel like spring . or legit spring. upper 60s in the forecast today. low 70s tomorrow. rain returns as we get into the business week. i have details on the extended forecast coming up. california governor gavin newsom plans to travel to el salvador next month to learn more about what is driving the waves of migrants seeking asylum in the u.s. when he announced the visit, he accused the trump administration of demonizing central america. he says there are 680,000 immigrants from el salvador now living in california. president trump is starting to close the border between the u.s. and mexico as soon as next week. the president says he wants mexico to end all illegal immigration immediately. but closing the border could have a huge economic impact in the u.s. the chamber of commerce opposes the idea calling it an unmitigated
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economic debacle that could threaten 5 million american jobs. president trump says he does not think of were closure would affect the u.s. economy negatively although critics have their doubts. >> with a deficit like we have with mexico and have had for many years, closing the border will be a profit-making operation. >> mexico is our biggest export market from california. about 15.5, 16% of all experts from the entire world go to mexico. >> the chamber of commerce as the u.s. and mexico trade about $1.7 billion in goods every day. the white house did not say whether air travel would be included in a potential closure. the mexican foreign relations secretary says a mexico does not act based on threats. attorney general william barr says a redacted version of the special counsel robert mueller's report on the russian investigation will be sent to congress by mid-april. according to the summary, the reported.
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we have the duty to receive the report. >> william barr says he could testify before congress on may 1st and 2nd. it is likely he will face questions about his decision to summarize that the president did not obstruct justice. the special counsel said the evidence on that was inconclusive. and in about a lawmakers accusing former vice president joe biden of kissing and touching her without her consent. former nevada assembly member lucy flores said in an online article that he kissed her on the back of the head. the former vice president was in nevada than to support her campaign for lieutenant
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governor. lucy flores says she felt mortified and wants biden to be held accountable for what she says is inappropriate behavior. biden is rumored to be considering a run for president in 2020 although he has not yet declared he is running. and lyft on the gnostic. shares with the company opened at $72 yesterday and closed at $78.29 for a one-day gain of more than 8%. lyft employees were asked to not talk about the ipo. but we spoke with lyft drivers in the city who did not find much to cheer about. >> when the lift stock went public friday, there were cheers. but for this driver on the san
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francisco street -- >> we just want to be paid fairly for what we are doing and access to medical coverage. >> there was no cause for celebration. >> stephen greg has been driving for lyft for two years. like all drivers that have completed at least 10,000 rides, he will get a $1000 bonus out of the ipo. greg is taking the cash to cover a car repair. >> this company is designed in such a way that the driver bears all the expenses and all the risk and now we are not even making a reasonable amount of money. >> drivers with 20,000 rides are more get 10,000-dollar bonuses. greg says he drives at least 50 hours a week and clears about $700 after paying for gas. >> they are using driver layered -- labor to bolster profits. >> it is a different story for the 1600 employees headquartered near oracle park at san francisco.
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mismanagement -- of the management has ordered them not to speak publicly. but unlike lyft drivers that are considered contracted drivers, many full-time employees reportedly receive company stock that they can convert into cash. in this online brokerage firm estimates that together the employees would earn enough in stock options to buy every home currently on the market in san francisco. lyft drivers say the company needs to do more for them. >> hopefully it will trickle down and actually happen this time. but i hope we can get enough drivers together and demand part of that money. >> lyft has always presented this as a partnership. and i allowed myself to believe that. it does not feel like a partnership now. >> drivers say it could get even worse for them. they are worried the company will raise the rates that it charges them to improve the bottom line.
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in san francisco, ktvu fox2 news . >> analysts say upcoming ipos by other big names like uber, airbnb and pinterest could raise a quarter trillion dollars and all the cash could freeze 5-10,000 brand-new bay area leaners. expecting to keep the bay area real estate prices in the stratosphere. >> i think we will be seeing a lot of transition in the bay area and probably a lot of resentment from people that did not become overnight millionaires. >> san francisco already has the nation's largest wealth gap. the census bureau says the top 5% of households earn an average of a little more than $630,000 a year compared to $103,000 for average middle- class residents. it is 9:18 a.m. we are going to send it over to rosemary and the weather center for an update on the nice weather we are expecting.
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>> sunshine will be widespread for the bay area into the weekend. temperatures will soar and we will be in the upper 60s for the afternoon today. low 70s tomorrow. here is a view from san francisco across the bay where it is a gorgeous start to the day. we have partly cloudy skies along the coast. it started out with a little fog in the valley locations. that has moved out and not to return. a warming trend is actually underway. yesterday was slightly warmer than thursday. although a bit cool with the breeze. this afternoon, temperatures are coming up. tomorrow, we will be anywhere from 3-6 degrees above today's highs. it is not going to last though. more on that coming up. let's talk about the dry weather for the weekend and when the changes are expected to arrive. here is a view of monday afternoon. notice the pacific northwest, down through northern california, down into the north bay could see rain as early as monday afternoon. tuesday looks like it could be a soggy day.
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wednesday looks mostly cloudy. mainly dry. but more to come thursday. we could remain mainly dry. but on friday, the bigger chance for rain moves in. and the take away, it is that we are looking at foggy weather to return into the week ahead. let's enjoy what we have for the weekend. mostly sunny skies. temperatures are rebounding. 46, fairfield. 47, santa rosa. a bit of a cold one out the gate. but temperatures are coming up. 54, oakland. 51, san jose. afternoon highs today, 60s for pacifica. 64, san francisco. upper 60s, concord, northbay. napa, 69. 67, san jose -- san jose. 67, santa cruz. it will be dry and tahoe if you are going skiing. a chilly one. temperatures are slightly warmer tomorrow. we started out around 18 degrees in truckee. now at 23. still well below freezing. getting into the afternoon,
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nearing 50 degrees with mostly sunny skies. sunday, temperatures coming up by about 5 degrees for the afternoon high. here is a view of what we can expect at home. 74 degrees and mostly sunny. i love that. i also love the rain. it is in the forecast monday, tuesday and wednesday. perhaps thursday and friday. on and off, tracking that with each passing day. as we know, the timing will change a little bit. >> typical spring showers. we will enjoy that this weekend. >> thank you, rosemary. a lot of people may be out of town this week for spring break but there are some essentials you should have before you go pick coming up, we will talk about the must have items for spring break travel. and it is a big day for the women's basketball team for stanford. how the team has a good chance of going even further in the ncaa tournament. stay with us.
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the city of mountain view will caps off women's history
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month today. they are hosting an event to celebrate female empowerment and inspiration. organizers expect about 300 people will attend including folks from nasa as well as amount due police fire department and the international guard. the event is beginning at 10:00 this morning at mountain view police headquarters on villa street. it will include demonstrations and interactive stations. a lot of college basketball this weekend. stanford hoping to advance to the elite eight in the women's ncaa basketball tournament. the numbered two seated cardinals playing cinderella missouri state in the chicago regional. stanford is big time favored and missouri state is a big time underdog. the last time the school was in the third round of the tournament was 2001. stanford can win and they likely will. they will play the number one seed notre dame fighting irish monday. the winner of that game will go to the women's final four in tampa bay next weekend. california will have a news conference monday to introduce this man as the new head basketball coach. his name is mark fox.
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he was in nevada and georgia. he has gone to the ncaa tournament five times but has never made it to the second weekend of the game. fox knows the west coast as he was an assistant up in washington and he has been working with usa basketball and world cup qualifying. he will replace jones who was hired after a record of 16 wins and 47 losses in two years. and some three-pointers by steph curry was not enough to overcome the timberwolves. showing an incredibly bad questionable call at the end. coming up short in overtime in minnesota by point 131-130. this two had a jam. armed her -- under two must apply. and steph curry goes crazy from three-point land. helps them into overtime. nailing a big one. 115-115 going into overtime. under 30 seconds to go. down by six.
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steph curry and transition. nails at three. not done yet. more to come. another three-point bucket. finishing with 42. tied at 130. and then half a second to go. the inbounds play, kevin durant is called for a foul. a bad call. kevin durant is not pleased. going to the line. making the first shot and missing the second. and losing in overtime by a point. 131-130. this afternoon, a group of san francisco high school students are returning from a memorable trip that helps them gain better understanding of some of the struggles of their ancestors. police officer jason johnson started operation genesis and 2014. he takes a group of african american teenagers on a nine day visit ghana. the goal is to instill a sense of self-discovery and pride as a team learn more about the african culture. coming up, support for a little boy in oakland who accidentally shot himself this past week.
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why family and friends are asking for the governor's help. there is a fight brewing over a proposed homeless shelter in san francisco. how neighbors are putting up funding on both sides of the issue.
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want. but if you try some time, you just might get what you need. some guiding philosophies of my life. >> that is a good way to go. but the rolling stones concert is postponed because apparently mick jagger had some medical ailment. don't worry. he is going to be okay. if you have tickets to the stones shortly by stadium in mid-may, there will be no show. they will either refund your tickets or you can hold on to them for a show later this year or perhaps next year. i was one of those guys. >> bummer. >> wishing mick jagger a speedy recovery and a new schedule. >> he is 75. >> good morning everybody. >> we will get a check of the weather forecast with rosemary this weekend. >> warmer weather is coming. we have a cold start to the day. temperatures rebounding. a live look here at the bay bridge. we started in the upper 30s for
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some of the inland cities. already in the upper 40s. we are looking good as we move forward into the day ahead. right now santa rosa reporting 47 degrees. napa, 48. low 50s, san francisco. a beautiful view over the city. oakland, 54. livermore, 48. san jose, 51. afternoon highs, low 60s, pacifica. upper 60s, santa cruz. 66, hayward. 64, san francisco. the northbay, doing winetasting, upper 60s and mostly sunny. nice and mild. upper 60s for the enter east bay. 67 expected for san jose. temperatures will continue to climb as we get into the bay area sunday. that is when they peak and then we are looking at some rain into the extended forecast. here is a look at the coliseum for this evening if you are going to the game. 60 degrees at game time. northwest breeze at 15 miles an hour. the wind will lighten and temperatures will continue to fall into the 50s into the
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evening. bring along a jacket. it will be cool. trucking a warm up for the back end of the weekend and the rain expected to move and for the first week of april coming up and a little bit. the family of a 4-year- old boy that accidentally shot himself in the head in oakland is asking governor gavin newsom to allow the child's father to be at his bedside. the father is in prison and his son is on life support at children's hospital in oakland. that is where we find alyssa harrington with the latest on this story. >> reporter: sadly, the family says 4-year-old jackson is showing no sign of any brain activity. they are asking governor gavin newsom to show compassion and allow the father to be at the sums bedside while he fights for his life. we spoke with the boy's aunt and she provided these pictures of the boy's father nathan jackson. she says he has been locked up most of his son's life and the family has been plagued by gun violence losing many loved ones over the years.
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in 2011, nathan's two brothers were killed. he just lost his sister last year and now his son is clinging to life. his aunt plans to visit him in prison today to give him an update on the boy's condition and then the family will make a public plea to governor gavin newsom to allow nathan to visit his son. the 4-year-old was at his mother's boyfriends house wednesday when he was shot pick the family says it was an accident and the boy crawled under a bed, found a loaded gun and shot himself. prosecutors charged terrence wilson the mom's boyfriend with child abuse, criminal gun storage and being a felon in possession of a firearm. he told police that he was asleep with the gun under his pillow tuesday night and on wednesday, forgot to put it away. live in oakland, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox2 news. there is a growing battle in san francisco over a proposed homeless shelter along the waterfront. the plan is to turn the parking
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lot into a navigation center at embarcadero with over 200 beds. some neighbors have started a gofundme campaign. so far, they have raised more than $70,000 to hire a lawyer to fight it. but in response, supporters of the navigation center started their own gofundme campaign. as of the saturday morning, they have raised more than $92,000 to help out the homeless and make the navigation center a reality. >> we have the highest concentration of children, day cares and schools within a 3-4 block radius. and i do not think it is safe and fair for these children to be put through what they could be put through. >> there are a small number of people that have for does have hateful attitudes toward homeless folks. we have more people supporting folks out there that want to see solutions. >> the mayor london breed proposed the navigation center earlier this month. they are scheduled to vote on leasing the land to the city on
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april 23rd. health officials confirm another case of measles and santa clara county. it is the third bay area case this week. doctors say the patients on the latest case contracted the measles while overseas. the public health department is reaching out to those who may have come into contact with the infected person while they were contagious. the two other cases, one and santa clara county and one in alameda county, also involved patients that travel internationally. >> as a mother, i am worried. >> last month, the first reported measles cases in the bay area all arrived on an incoming international flight at san francisco airport. officials at santa clara and alameda county say none of the cases are related. the dmv is asking lawmakers more than $168 million to improve waiting times. agency sent a request to the department of finance yesterday days after the state released
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an audit detailing years of performance failures pick in the letter, the dmv said it would use the additional funds to hire more workers and update equipment lawmakers are scheduled to hold a dmv budget meeting next month. a special ceremony will be held at 10:00 this morning up in windsor at a traveling vietnam war memorial. while vietnam veterans remember today was officially -- was friday visitors will observe with and it -- with an elaborate ceremony and display at the wilson ranch soccer park and santa rosa. the display is a replica of the vietnam war memorial in washington dc. it is about two thirds the size but it features the names of the more than 58,000 americans that were killed in the war. at noon today in san jose, there will be a separate remembrance ceremony at the city's vietnam war memorial on west santa clara street. actor george clooney is calling for the boycott of nine hotels in the u.s. and europe with ties to a sultan.
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next month the sultan plans to implement strict islamic law and punish a sexual relationships by stoning offenders to death. george clooney said this week, are we really going to fund the murder of innocent citizens. some includes -- hotels are the beverly hills hotel which are owned by the state run investment agency. the british parliament has lessened two weeks to decide its future relationship with the european union. the uk originally scheduled to leave the european union with or without a deal on march 29. that was yesterday. the eu granted the uk a two week extension to april 12th. another extension would require approval from all the other 27 countries that make up the eu. yesterday for the first time, parliament voted down the prime minister theresa may's brexit deal that she negotiated with eu leaders. >> we have been unable to support leaving the european union the application is great.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪. >> it is the weekend. the sun is shining. this of course by chicago and requested by carol martinez. thank you for the request. a good one. happy weekend to everyone, she says. i agree. looking at a warm-up in time for saturday and sunday. rain in the extended forecast. i will break it all down for you coming up. >> it is that time of the year. spring is here and we need to get away and relax on a special spring break vacation with the kids. before you hit the road, we have some tips on what to bring along to make sure you are looking good and feeling good when you step out on to the beach or wherever you may be. let's say hello to sadie murray with seven essential things you need to bring along on that trip. how are you? >> i'm great. i love spring break.
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it is my favorite. it is like a preview to summer. it is exciting. >> the first thing out of the gate is, skincare. >> yes there when we travel, our skin gets very dry. sometimes clogged pores. >> i don't even have to travel for it. >> it is right here. this is one of my go to his. you want to invest in a great clay mask. i am loving this. this is from biore. it is the blue agave instant warming mask. it heats up in one minute. is instant. it comes with four individual packs. you can toss it into your kit and you are ready to go. >> these are not very expensive? >> you can get them at any major drugstore. egg -- it has that nourishing effect and it gets all the pores unclogged. >> not just for the ladies too. guys can do it as well. >> have a margarita and you are ready to go. >> haircare.
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>> for the lady is, we definitely want to -- get ready for the vacation. this is my must have for instantly reviving your hair. it is just brand-new from john frieda. it is basically everything you want on the days you are not washing your hair. everything from this awesome dry shampoo that you put in your hair like this. it instantly absorbs all the oils and revitalizes your hair and looks amazing. >> and it smells good too. >> let's talk about sun care. i'm irish. i burn. >> me too it. this is australian gold. this is the botanical sunscreen. it is mineral based. so you are not getting the chemicals. you are still getting the protection you need. it is light. it gives you that nice soft beautiful feel. >> it is so lightweight.
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it is like a powdery fresh and. >> it smells like the beach. >> let's go. good stuff. >> we have done sun care. let's talk about sunburns. i remember a trip to bermuda. i was living in boston. it was march or something like that. i almost had to go to the hospital. >> let me help you out. this is a really cool multipurpose all in one moisturizer from medicine apothecary. this is the sweet bee magic. i toss this in my bag. it is great on sunburns, insect bites, any scrapes or scratches. i love it because it has beeswax, honey and avocado oil. you can use it head to toe. >> you use it after you get out of the son -- out of the sun. >> it is not sunblock but for out of the sun.
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>> hydration. we both do yoga. water with alkaline really i guess gives you an extra push, right. >> it takes the hydration up a notch. alkaline water -- this is actually the first bottled ionized alkaline water in the u.s. it is amazing for hydrating before, during or after your flight. it gives you that nice clean smooth taste and hydrates you faster. >> and you may have a couple of cocktails on vacation so you will want to rehydrate. >> nothing worse than having your phone. we all use our stone a little too much on vacation. >> you never want to be without your phone. that is the worst. when it says 20%, i just stressed out. >> that is noon. >> yes some of these are from sonic. these are called battery chargers. make sure your battery charger is charged. take this with you and throw it into your bag or you don't have to worry about plugging that
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into an outlet. >> how long does it stay charged? >> i would say maybe a week. >> definitely charge it all the time. >> something i have not done in a long time is get a bikini. >> it is on your to do list. you have some time. i hate shopping for bathing suits. like i'm sure most women do. especially under the fluorescent lights in the dressing room. they are not flattering. i am all about online shopping. this is my go to. they have everything from their own brand, to brands like billabong and freak people and those names that we love. it is all really fun and affordable. you can try on that swimsuit in the privacy of your own home. >> and send what you don't want back? >> exactly. it is fun to get you going for spring break. >> all we have to do now is go on a trip to where we going? >> i'm feeling part of ir to. >> mexico sounds good. go to girlfriend.com and check it out anytime.
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we are looking at some good weather outside the door. you will need a sunblock if you are thinking about getting out. mostly blue skies around the bay area. partly cloudy at the coast. we have a little fog and cloud cover there. this is a gorgeous view. we have green, blue, hills and a warming trend on the way. temperatures are already rebounding. started in the 30s this morning for some inland cities. now we are into the 40s. off to the races. here is a look at the storm tracker. we have mostly clear skies around the bay area. starting with patchy dense fog in the valley locations. along the coast, partly cloudy skies also breaking apart and leaving us partly cloudy to mostly clear. today and tomorrow, dry and warmer. then it changes getting into the week ahead. we have one weather that will move in and bring us the possibility of not only one but
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two or maybe three rounds of showers. here is a look. we will go all the way out to friday and then we will come back and settle in on the weekend. here is what we expect as we move through into monday. monday afternoon, rain over northern california. rain in the sierra. brain all the way down into the northbay. so perhaps some scattered showers monday. here is tuesday. northern california all the way to the central valley and the sierra. likely the bay area as well. going to see scattered showers. wednesday looks like it could be mostly cloudy but mainly dry. the same on thursday before another round of rain moves in. this one looks to be the most wet of them all. this one on friday. things will change as we know. that is what we are looking at for the days ahead. we will fine-tune that as we get closer. outside now, 54 degrees santa rosa. 54, oakland. upper 50s and brentwood. afternoon highs today, mid to upper 60s from areas near
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oakland into antioch. 69 at the northbay. napa, santa rosa, upper 60s there. low 60s along the coast from pacifica to half moon bay upper 60s, santa cruz. upper 60s, los gatos and mountain view. san jose. temperatures finally starting to climb out of the teens over lake tahoe where we were at about 18 in truckee this morning. now 23. here is a look at the afternoon high. 49 today. 54 sunday. if you are thinking about heading up to do some skiing, here is a view of the extended forecast. temperatures will be in the low 70s tomorrow. we need to go somewhere. the outdoors. >> the boardwalk. >> that would be fun. wet weather back in the forecast for next week. >> thank you, rosemary. a sweet start to the weekend for some people. how chocolate lovers can get their fix at a special tasting in san francisco today.
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apple is canceling plans to sell a product it previously announced. the cupertino-based company announced yesterday it will not be able to mass-produce the arapahoe wireless charging metric the product was announced in september of 2017 and was supposed to be on sale last year. the device was designed to recharge iphones, apple watches hand other devices at the same
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time. apple says it canceled the project because engineers concluded that it will not meet the company's high standards. starting monday, the oakland public library is extending hours. the main library on the 81st avenue branch will be open seven days a week. 14 neighborhood branches will be open six days a week and all library locations will be open on mondays. many branches will stay open until 8:00 p.m. two nights a week. it is the first time the oakland public library has extended its hours since 2004. happening today, the perfect event for all the chocolate lovers out there. the 13th annual san francisco international chocolate salon starts at 10:00 this morning. minutes away. there will be chocolate tasting demonstrations from chefs being held at the san francisco county fair building until 5:30 p.m. tonight. tickets are $30 at the door for adults and children under six can get in for free. and the 22nd annual sonoma international film
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festival continues today and tomorrow. more than 90 hand selected films were screened at the five day event and there will also be world-class cuisine from local artisans as well as a lot of wine from some of the sonoma ventnor's. if you are looking for a teaching job, you can meet with representatives from south bay school district. there is a teacher recruitment fair and san jose. recruiters will answer questions about job openings that some may offer and there will be on-site interviews. applications will be requested and proof of teaching credentials. the fair is being held at the office of education on ridder park drive. doors open at 9:00 this morning for people that preregistered. if you have not registered yet, you can still attend but not until after 11:00. the event ends at 2:00 this afternoon. a new proposed bill aims to ensure that sexual predators are kept out of california classrooms. it calls for requiring schools to make more detailed background and reference checks on potential hires. the legislation would also require school districts to disclose any records of investigations, allocations or findings of sexual misconduct
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to other school districts. >> when a person is being investigated, before the investigation is concluded, the teacher, coach or staffer will have resigned and the investigation stops and then they may be move on to another school. the school does not tell that school what happened. >> a similar bill was proposed last year but failed in the state legislature. lawmakers in support of the new proposed bill say that it will go to committee in april. the oakland a's and the giants out of the gate. a tough start. oakland a's were 1-3 yesterday giving a heavy -- getting a heavy dosage of mike trout from the angels. the angels beat them sick second two last night. chris davis picking up from the homerun barrage of last year. crushing one here in the six. the oakland a's up 2-0 after six. all is well until they ran out of gas.
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they gave up six runs. mike trout does most of the damage. a wall banging double there. two runs, two hits, two rbis as the oakland a's lose with a final of 6-2. and the giants. the new padre has his first homerun as a padre. solo going 3-0. giants held scoreless and 17 plus innings. finally the top of the ninth. game two, they get on the board. a blast. six hits for evan when gloria. losing for the second straight day out of the gate. san diego takes it by a final of 4-1. and rita moreno is about to enter a very exclusive club. ♪ ♪ . >> the 87-year-old will be honored with the peabody award for career achievement. that means the actress will reach peabody status with oscar and tony awards. she joins barbra streisand and
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film director mike nichols who have also won all five awards. the rolling stones have postponed the upcoming summer tour. the stones were scheduled to bring the no filtered towards a levi stadium in santa clara on friday the 18th. in a statement, the band said mick jagger's doctors have advised him that he cannot go on tour right now. the band did not give any other details about mick jagger's medical condition. the band's publicist said the 75-year-old mick jagger plans to make a full recovery and will be back on the stage as soon as he can. tour promoters hope to reschedule the show so fans are encouraged to not get refunds but to hold on to the tickets for a show down the road. and a few seconds left to check in with rosemary for the update on the weather. a beautiful day. upper 60s today. low 70s by tomorrow. rain in the forecast for the week ahead. >> sounds good. thank you for joining us this morning on ktvu morning news. >> you can always check us out on ktvu.com. the news is back here at 6:00.
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