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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2 weekend. it is good to have you on board. we will have the forecast i think you'll like it. some of the headlines on the sunday. we're following the very latest development in an overnight crash in san francisco. this is near the bayshore freeway. >> police have been on the scene for hours. we have a crew on scene we will check in for the details of what happened in just a minute. a family asking for prayers and support. the four point who actually shot himself in the head is still in a medically induced coma. >> we will hear from the mother and report on the prayer vigil
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that is planned for the child later today. get ready to pay a little bit more for just everything you purchase here in the bay area. >> there's a long list of bay area serious that will see an increase in the sales tax rate starting tomorrow. but first, we want to check in with meteorologist rosemary orozco with the forecast. about that saturday, we have warmer weather coming our way. it is a gorgeous view as we say good morning to the sunrise. we have the cloud cover there that will continue for today. mid and high-level clouds over san francisco, we can see some cloud cover drifting over the city. we will be between the sun and the clouds today. it is somewhat yesterday by the afternoon, we warm it up by a view degrees. 41 degrees right now in santa rosa. 41 to start the day. a tad warmer than yesterday, we had slipped into the upper 30s for some of the inland valley locations on saturday morning. upper 40s in oakland. it 40s in san jose at the
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moment. here is look at the 24 hour temperature change. up by a couple of degrees over in novato in santa rosa. we're going to continue this trend into the afternoon with 70s across the region. we are looking at a little bit of cloud cover across the day. we showed you san francisco there. it is partly cloudy with a mostly clear start for the inland cities and visibility this evening. looking good if we have to jump onto the highways. a comparison into today, santa rosa going to 75 yesterday. 67 today in san francisco. yesterday was 64. a bit of a warm-up expected for today. today's a warmest day. we are transitioning into a cooler and wetter pattern. we will have a look at the extended afternoon highs, coming up. san francisco police are investigating a crash that killed one person. it happened at cesar chavez near bayshore freeway. we just arrived at the scene. what can you tell us what what
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happened? >> reporter: we can see heavy police presence. another officer just arrived. i even asked about street closures and they could give us that information. there not saying a thing. i want to show you what we are seeing. we're seeing two cars and they are on cesar chavez right beneath the bayshore freeway. one is in bad conditions and looks like it might have caught on fire at one point. we know that one person was killed. we do not know how many people were injured. you can see a lot of police officers on scene. we can see them taking measurements. there is a lot of debris covering the lanes of traffic. they are cleaning up and figuring out exactly what happened. i did ask an officer of there were be any of the closures. they say they do not know at this point but they are trying to get someone out here to talk to us. with thing that is interesting is that here along cesar chavez, going to show you the some of the debris flew into the opposite lanes of traffic that are still open. they letting traffic pass through the area, but there are
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large pieces of debris in the lanes. if you're coming to the area, be aware of that. we are at cesar chavez at vermont. we're hoping to get more information throughout the morning. police in san francisco are looking for more information about a stabbing that happened around 10:00 friday night. it happened at the intersection of fillmore. the suspects had came off when the victim walked by. they say the suspect then pulled out a sword and stabbed the victim in the hand. neither the victim nor the weapon have been located. anyone with information should contact san francisco police. there will be a prayer vigil for 4-year-old navaun jackson. the boy accidentally shot himself in the head this week. his family is asking governor gavin newsom to allow the boy's father to be temporarily released from prison to be by the sons bedside. we have the response from the
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governors office. >> reporter: inside oakland children's hospital, 4-year-old navaun jackson is in and induced coma. his mother giving them up date. >> he is stable. he has brain activity. he has had that since the situation happened. we will not know anything else until a couple more days. >> reporter: sounding hopeful, her son will recover. >> he is strong. he will get through it as long as he is alive and thing. >> reporter: he was visiting his mother's boyfriend's house and found a loaded gun under a bed and actually shot himself in the head. the boyfriend, the 37-year-old terrence wilson, was later arrested and is currently facing child endangerment charges. >> there were a lot of mistakes that happen. i can't do anything but go forward. all i can do is stay strong for my son. >> reporter: the family makes daily hospital visits but his birth fire receives updates from the state prison where his
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aunt is pleading with governor gavin newson to allow him to be released to be by his sons bedside. >> him being at the bedside may well make a difference as to whether or not he lives or dies. i am asking you, from one parent to another, from one human to another, please please grant my nephew release and let him be by his son. >> reporter: in a prison most of his life, nathan lost two brothers to gun violence and a sister was shot last year. >> he needs to be here at this tragic time. and he father would need to be near his son. >> reporter: the governor's office so far has only agreed to a skype visit. we'll whatever it takes, because of this is the end and my grandson doesn't up leaving here, joe and his father having the regret of not being able to see him and say goodbye. hopefully this is not goodbye.
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the prayer vigil for navaun jackson will be at the mount calvary missionary baptist church on 23rd avenue in oakland. will start 11:30 this morning in the community is invited to attend. 's rally is set for today in san francisco against islam a flow be a. it is organized by the islamic council and is described as a unity rally. they want to raise awareness about islamophobia and prevent attacks like what happened in new zealand. the attack claimed to be lives of 50 people and injured about 50 others. today's rally here in san francisco starts at 11:00 at the market arrow plaza. a townhall today, featuring jackie spear. she will address world issues including anti-semitism, mideast peace tops and the deep division between the democrats and president trump.
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the event is being held at the peninsula jewish community center in foster city. only people who registered ahead of time will be allowed into the town hall, which starts at 2:00 this afternoon. the time is 7:08. eric swalwell is not backing away from assertions that the president shows a favoritism towards russia. >> i'm not going to apologize for loving this country being somebody who benefited from free markets and free ideas. >> that was not my question. i understand that. you said you called the president for an agent of the russians. >> swell well and other democrats want attorney general william barr to release the entire mueller report. he says he will send it to congress by mid april, but it might have actions for sensitive information, house democrats want him to stick to an april 2 deadline to turn
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over the report. last week, he issued a four- page letter summarizing the report which he says special counsel robert mueller found no collusion and he concluded that there was not enough evidence of obstruction of judges. the president trump is threatening to shut down the border with mexico part of the state farm and says it has seen an unprecedented number of migrants seeking asylum at the border. another caravan of central american migrants is heading to our u.s.. the sizes disputed. a closure of the border would be a disaster for the economy. >> shutting down the border with our third lark largest trade partner would have an impact not only in trade, but the psychological damage that it will do. >> the trump administration has directed the state department to cut all aid payments to el salvador, guatemala, honduras, and for the last 2 years, the
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president has decided he would decide whether or not to close the border if mexico does not stop all illegal immigration. get ready to pay a little more for goods and services in many bay area cities. the sales tax rate will go up and 51 cities across the state in the bay area, that includes alameda, antioch, and santa rosa. most of the sales talks hikes will be between 0.5% and 1%. online sales are not exempt from these new tax rules. still ahead, there was speculation that empire actor jussie smollett might appear to popular award show last night. we will tell you whether he took part in the image awards. he remains in a prison, but despite his conviction, you still running a business. is linked to fashion designers. cvs pharmacy.
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♪ here is hoping that you have an easy summer morning. thank you so much for joining us this morning. we are soaring into the 70s for the afternoon and we are taking requests for 70 songs. i will have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood and i am tracking rain in the extended forecast. coming up. an off-duty chp officers being credited with helping to save a man from a burning pickup truck. he says he was on his way up to the sierra to ski on his day off inside greg crash on the side of the road and a pickup truck on fire. he pulled over, jumped out common help to the firefighter and it off to the air force officer pulled the man to
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safety. >> i have seen a lot of fires and i have seen a lot of aftermath, but i have never seen it while it was actually happening where someone was trapped in the vehicle. >> chp says the man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. hernandez says he followed up on the victim with a hospital victor visit later that day. prison is not stopping el chapo from business. he and his family are opening a fashion line. agreed to the deal in mid- february, after he was convicted. the first clothing are expected to be released this summer. one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world reached a major milestone today. the eiffel tower is celebrating its 130th birthday. the structure was completed and opened on march 31, night and it took years to build the tower, which marks the 1889
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world's fair. it went dark last night as part of earth hour. it is raise awareness about how much energy we use. the city of hong kong turned off all nonobservant lights. the movie started 12 years ago in sydney, australia, and had gained popularity to combat climate change. they are having a yard sale at chez panisse. waters will be there in her iconic hats to sign books and posters. she is best known for pioneering locally grown california cuisine when the restaurant open back in 1971. the mother-daughter fleamarket runs from 10:00 until 3:00 this afternoon. it is a sure sign that spring is in bloom. daffodil hill opened over the weekend for the 2019 season. thousands of people traveled for miles in traffic and search
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for parking away to the long lines just look at the golden carpet of flowers. >> the drive was about an hour and a half and the wait was about an hour and a half. but it is totally worth it. it is beautiful up here and a beautiful day. we really enjoyed it very much. that is pretty nice. daffodil hill will be open from 10:00 until 7 pm, weather permitting. it is unclear how long the seas will last. the bulbs are popping up there. >> that is beautiful. it is a sign of spring. april showers bring may flowers. i think that is how it goes. in any event, we have scattered showers in the forecast for the first week of april. we have a live look here at the final day of march. we are with mostly clear skies
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and a little bit of fog along the coastline. partly cloudy skies expected for today. an increase in cloud cover by tonight. here is a look at storm tracker's two. we have a last check on the visibility. problems to report. yesterday we had some along the valley or of the areas like napa and stretching over toward the coast. this hour, we are looking good. here is a view of storm tracker 2. it will begin to break down as we get into the days ahead. here is a view of what we can expect as we get into monday afternoon. northern california is seeing some rain. that is down along the north bay. we are getting a chance to see some of the into tuesday. there could be a chance for scattered showers as well. we have blue over a large portion of california, getting into wednesday. wednesday looks mainly dry, but a bit unsettled. mostly cloudy. temperatures are cooler. on thursday, another chance at ring moving through the bay area. will not stop there. i will get another round going
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into friday. we will have the best shot of seeing some wet weather. between now and then, we are looking at a transition going on. for today, temperatures on the up and up. 51 degrees right now in downtown san francisco. 44 in novato. 45 for san jose. along the peninsula, few my numbers for you. 46 in belmont. and a chilly 39 degrees to start the day in woodside. take a look at this. some of the warmest temperatures we have seen so far this season. 75 and antioch. upper 60s in the east bay shore. 67 in san francisco for pacifica today. for the south bay, 73 outside your doors for the second half. if you're going to the colosseum, bring the sunblock. 68 degrees at 15 miles per hour. writer gametime at 107.
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here is the warmest day. temperatures fall as we get into the bay area monday. look at the icons. we have clouds on there. we have a chance for showers in the north day tomorrow. a chance for tuesday. mostly cloudy on wednesday. chance on thursday. for take of either, looks like further into the weekend. the chance will remain. >> you have to appreciate today. >> coming up next, the american civil liberties union while the celebration in the square. police say she got into the car because she thought it was an uber ride that she had ordered.
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a suspect has been arrested in connection with the death of the university of south carolina student. the 21-year-old samantha josephson was seen getting out of a car at 2:00 sunday morning. she got into the suspect's car, think you might have been her uber to get home. body was discovered late friday afternoon in a wooded area. police arrested the suspect. 24-year-old nathaniel rowland, yesterday during a traffic stop. >> the officer approached the passenger to step out of the
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car. the officer gave chase and was able to make an apprehension after a short foot chase. when they returned back to the car, there appeared to be blood present in the car. >> they also found her cell phone in the car along with bleach and window cleaner. he is facing murder and kidnapping charges. there are investigating the motive for the killing. it is attack similar to that that injured brian stowe. a school fractured right now on life support after being beaten in the parking lot of the dodger stadium early saturday morning. he went down and hit his head on the concrete. authorities say the attack stemmed from an argument after a baseball game the went into extra innings. they are looking for the attacker. it mirrors what happened to him 2 years ago when he got to fight with two dodgers fans and so veered a brain injury.
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a man jumped into a san joaquin river to rescue some. they been scouring the water for the father of three. he went into the water after the 1-year-old fell off the fishing boat. rescue resave the little boy, who is in serious condition, but the father has yet to be found. the san francisco fire department is reaching out to the unity it serves. more than 200 people attended the free event yesterday. the family health and safety resource fair had free smoke alarms. you could set schedule an appointment have a volunteer with the red cross install the smoke alarms properly. >> we can learn about fire safety and fire awareness so that and hope to save lives. >> the family-friendly event allowed children to pretend to be firefighters for the day. we have an update to a story we first reported
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yesterday about the rolling stones postponing upcoming summer tour. ♪ i can't get no satisfaction ♪ they were scheduled to launch the tour in april. and in the statement, they say mick jagger's doctors have advised that he cannot go on tour right now. no other detail of his meta- medical condition of release, but they say the 75 your lead singer is expected to make a full recovery. he released a statement on his instagram page, saying, i will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as i can. tour promoters hope to reschedule the show so that fans are encouraged to hold on to those tickets. that means you, frank. >> those were expensive. >> very valuable. they were 200 or $300 apiece. turning a tragedy into a
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social movement. the march for our lives rally in san jose. they talk about the call to action. two cars involved in an overnight crash in san francisco. police have been there for hours now. we will be back on the scene of the wreck, coming up. itreat them all as if, they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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we are waking up all of the parrot heads out there. there is some jimmy buffett. there we go. looks like ago to it sunday. it is beautiful if you are out in the city. there not a lot of people out there right now. they are heading in that direction. the roads are clear and the sun is out. tell us what it is like. >> it is good to have you back. i am frank mallicoat. >> and i am allie rasmus. we're going to have a quick check at the weather. was to get outside and enjoy. >> absolutely. when the sun is shining and temperatures are starting to warm, people are out and about. we have some great weather coming are warmer than yesterday. here's a look at mostly clear skies. a little bit of fog along the
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area. we will have a difference in high clouds by tonight due to a system that will bring us some rain as we get into the area this week. here is the view over san francisco. we can see some fog there in place. san francisco right now is in the upper 40s, just like oakland at 47. the inland communities are in the low 40s. san jose, you're right at about 45. here's a look at storm tracker 2. we are drifting just inside the bay. here is a comparison from yesterday into today. areas like santa rosa, san francisco is 65. 74 in concord and 72 expected today in san jose. the temperatures will be today. we will cold tomorrow as the unsettled pattern moves into the bay area. we will have details on what we can expect coming up. san francisco police are investigating a crash that killed one person overnight.
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it happened at cesar chavez near the bayshore freeway. we are live at the scene with the latest on that investigation. >> reporter: we learned that one person was killed and another was taken to the hospital. behind me, you can see the two cars involved in the crash. and officer on scene told me that it appears that the cars were racing what happened. i want to show you video to give you a closer look at some of the damage. the police are not saying much this morning. it happened just after 3:00 just under the bayshore freeway. it appears that two cars were traveling when they crashed. some officers on scene say that it appears as though it was racing. they do not know exactly what happened, so they are being tightlipped about additional details. we do not know where they were coming from or where they were going, but there is a lot of damage and a lot of debris covering the lanes of traffic at the scene. please have part of cesar chavez
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blocked off to traffic. they have investigators out here taking pictures and the streets are being cleared right now. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. people in south they are fighting back against gun violence. there calling on lawmakers to make this a bigger priority. >> reporter: last week, 17-year- old ben was hiding in his classroom as part of an active shooter drill. >> i was sitting in the classroom and i was thinking about parkland because that is exactly the position they were in, except they were in fear. they were in utter fear. >> reporter: the rally for change mobilized youth to speak out against gun violence. it is a continued effort since the parkland, florida, school shooting. >> last year, when the parkland shooting took place, it shook me. i do not expect anything like
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that to happen. i think this is the time to speak for what we believe in what we want our future look like. >> it is important to be out here and show that we support each other. >> reporter: the house of representatives passed a bill requiring universal background checks. the senate has not yet voted on it. >> young people have taken the country to a higher level of morality. because, their lives have been taken. >> reporter: on friday, federal judge ruled that californian ban on high-capacity magazines was unconstitutional. the separation of powers, but the notion in the state of california, the anyone would need these high-capacity magazines and ammunitions is ridiculous. we need to take further action to protect people. >> even though young people say that they realize they can be
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effective change agents without the right to vote, but they say that this is something that there also planning to change. >> we can show adults that we are capable of voting. >> young people are making a difference. i also think they should be able to vote at a younger age. 17. 16 years old. >> reporter: in san jose, leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. the ceo of dick's sporting goods says standing up for what is right is important. they have restricted gun sales. they said it cost the company $150 million in lost sales, almost 2% of annual revenue. they say that the policy changes were there. he joined three other corporate executives and signing a letter supporting a universal gun control law. a k9 unit and the stun gun
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in an exercise. they were called to a safeway last night about a man who could have been driving under the influence. officers caught up to the car and said it was driving it, even without a right front tire. the speeds actuated from low- speed to 85 miles per hour. they managed to stop the car, but the drivers refused to step out. they eventually used a police dog and a stun gun. the 31-year-old suspect is not facing charges including drug position, resisting arrest, and violating parole. some people are calling on former vice president joe biden to be held accountable for what he says is a history of inappropriate behavior. lucy floors has accuse the former vice president of kissing her at the back of her head of the campaign event in 2014. statement from staff says he doesn't remember the event the same way, but he supports her right to tell her story. he is considering a run for president in 2020 but has not
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yet declared. democratic presidential candidates are reacting to the allegations. >> i believe lucy floors, and joe biden needs to give an answer. >> i believe lucy. >> we need to live in a nation where people can hear her truth. >> joe biden is expected to announce whether or not he will run for president in the coming weeks. >> we have self-serving politicians, people in positions of power, greedy corporations and special interest. we are all interested in acting for themselves. we need to leave that behind. >> tulsi gabbard addressing supporters. we talked about hateful speech on social media and her
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experience. beto o'rourke is also talking about his experience. >> for more than 100 years, this community has welcomed immigrants, some who have traveled hundreds of miles and some having travel thousands of miles trying to escape brutality. violence. and crushing poverty. >> as you can see, several thousand supporters attended his rally in downtown el paso yesterday. he outlined some of the key issues in his campaign, such as comprehensive immigration reform. he also promised that he would serve as a president who unifies, no matter their faith, sexual preference, political beliefs. president trump will come to california for big money campaign fundraising.
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tickets are $50,000 apiece and taking a picture with the president our $50,000. participation in the roundtable discussion is $150,000. this is his first visit to la. in contrast, barack obama visited more than 20 times this 1st years. beyonci and the movie black panther were big winners at the image awards. she beat out lebron james, and was awarded in film categories. film actor jussie smollett was a no-show. he was nominated for best supporting actor but lost to jesse williams. smollett is accused of taking a racist attack on himself, but
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prosecutors decide to dismiss charges last week. sales tax in 50 cities in california going up. he kicks off tomorrow. the places in the bay area where you will need to pay a little bit more the next time you purchase something. and tomorrow is april 1, also known as april 3 -- april fools' day.
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♪where it began >> i just want to sing along.
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he wanted to hear "siu caroline" so there you have it. we are playing 70 songs today. temperatures are going to warm into the 70s. the wet weather is expected for the days ahead, coming up. sweet caroline, nice stuff. the aclu is marking and celebrating its 100th anniversary with an exhibition and an event called the aclu 100 experience. it is part of a nationwide tour. the american civil liberties union is hosting pop-ups around the country. the vendors, and a big panel discussion. they will educate people about the rights of their freedoms. visitors can participate in walk-through immersive experiences that focus on three of the biggest issues. mass incarceration, keeping immigrant families together, and voting rights.
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>> we want to increase access to the ballot for people who are being denied their ballot voting rights. and want to ensure that adequate standards are put in place so that members of the public are not being killed by police officers in california. >> by the way, it is a free event and continues today starting at 10:00. in oakland man is facing burglary charges after being accused of breaking into a bicycle storage unit in emeryville. the 27-year-old was in possession of burglary tools and drug paraphernalia when he was arrested yesterday. police say the security guard at the property told them where the suspect was. he was taken into custody about one block away from the garage after a short chase. police in alameda are looking for the public health. the suspects are described as
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two men between the ages of 18 and 25 years old. 5'9" and 160 pounds with dark wavy hair. anyone with information is asked to contact the alameda police department. they want to make sure every person is counted in the 2020 census. it will take part tomorrow and a 2020 community program launch. will feature speakers with historic information about the senses and what is at stake mixture. the event starts at 1:30 at the fox for in redwood city. the federal government is required to count every person in the u.s. in the national census every 10 years. the population numbers affect political representation of fundings for various programs and services. the final four. the women's ncaa basketball tournament. they beat missouri state. it was a tough physical game
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and there's a big key in this one. they held missouri state to 25% shooting from the field. they went on a nice 11-1 run. stanford came on to win it with some foul shots. they face number 1 seed notre dame at 6:00 tomorrow night for a berth in the final four. in the men's tournament, we will find out later today the other teams in the final four. two teams have punted ticket. texas tech meet number 1 seed gonzaga. yesterday, virginia won the south and an absolute thriller. was overtime winner against purdue. 80-75. today, duke will face michigan state and then auburn will take on kentucky. libraries are expect to extend their hours. they will not be open seven days a week in campbell and
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gilroy. people have been asking for expanded hours, especially during the weekends. tomorrow is april 1, april fools' day and people are expected to turn out for something called the st. stupid day parade. they say it is a celebration of stability stupidity. it goes to the financial district and goes through noon at a market era plaza. >> i think that is every week. >> they are big on parades. >> a great day to go out and parade. read a book outside, it is gorgeous. >> it is a nice one to be out and about. we have the some block in the water. it will be nice to mild, it maybe even a little bit warm. they were wine tasting yesterday. caught off guard by the sunshine. it felt warm to them. we have mostly blue skies to
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start your day. we are reporting visibility about 0.5 miles or so. this little bit of patchy fog. take it easy for those folks getting onto the roadway. central south bay, the visibility looks good. you can see some fog inside the bay. does not look very thick. there is an increase in clouds coming our way ahead of the system that will bring a slight chance for a few scattered showers to the north bay for tomorrow. as we roll through the week ahead, we have a few opportunities for a few scattered showers. here we go, we're showing you this. will come back and take a look at the numbers in just a moment. northern california all the way down into the north bay could see a few scattered showers there. as we get into tuesday afternoon, another possibility will remain fairly soggy. wednesday looks mainly dry but mostly cloudy.
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thursday is scattered showers over the state of california. friday is more to come and it looks like it could be the trend that we go all the way into the weekend. there is a bit of unsettled weather. 42 degrees in novato right now. 47 degrees in brentwood. for the inner east bay, we're 43 in and around concord. 44 in moraga. upper 60s in san francisco as well as berkeley and oakland. as you get into the north bay, it is 73 in novato. mid-70s for the inner east bay areas of antioch and but road brentwood. 73 by the water in santa cruz. if you go to the coliseum, we will have 60 degrees a game time. northwest breeze at 15 miles per hour. a lot of sunshine out there. it is warm in the stands. here is a view of the extended
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forecast. temperatures will cool off tomorrow. monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, there is a chance of scattered showers throughout. enjoy it now. still ahead, the decision that may keep a directive from president obama in place.
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at least four palestinian protesters are dead in clashes with israeli forces in the gaza strip. there marking a full year of protests along the israeli border. there were explosives that were thrown at the troops. despite the clashes at the border fence, hamas leaders work to contain the demonstrations. >> we are peaceful people from all over the social areas. this is what we are calling for that it is dignified. >> no agreement reached and tensions are high. there is not yet a solution for the conflict. officials say that they border marches will continue. i judge in alaska has ruled that president trump exceeded his authorities when he
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released bans on offshore drilling. the restrictions were put into place by president obama. throws out president trump's executive order, which overturned the bands that are key parts of the environmental legacy. state auditor is talking about abusing her power. the state auditor has talked about the department of industrial relations. they say she was hired and moved into a position she was not qualified for. she was paid $120,000 for work that she did not do. got it was done in may of last year, but was not made public until now, christine baker tells the san francisco chronicle that she disputes the claims. now to baseball. there was a 3-2 victory over san diego. but we will have some pottery defense.
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we will have a nice backhanded catcher right there. evan longoria will rip an rbi double down the line. that me to 3-0 san francisco. the padres got two later in the game. 3-2 was the final. angels are in town. bottom three. at two run single up the run. this one is going to leave the yard. there is a two run bob. solid on the ground. there is a 4-2 winner over the angels last night at the coliseum. free concerts and other events. the entry fees will be waived every april through september.
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the park district has 73 regional parks a 122,000 acres in contra costa county's. that is free, but it will cost more to purchase items in certain parts of the bay area. the places where the sales taxes going up on monday morning. it is a story we've been following all morning long. two cars involved in a deadly crash in san francisco. it may have involved racing. we will have a live report when we return. cvs pharmacy.
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do you want to do that. >> it is always nice to hear this. this is the theme this morning. we have requests for 70 songs. morning, it is a final day in march. i am allie rasmus. >> and i am frank mallicoat. we have a beautiful day. but first, we have a beautiful day today. we have a crash that has taken life and injured another. this is near bear sure bayshore. we have a live report from elissa harrington. the prayer vigil will be held. they will asks to release his father from bayside. and the president says he wants
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to stop the border. we have reaction from the it. it is going to be nice out there. it is 70 to 75. we have a view from san francisco across the bay where the clouds move into the bay. along the coastline, we're dealing with partly cloudy skies as well. partly cloudy up the coast for today. partly cloudy for the time being over areas like san francisco turning partly cloudy and mostly clear for the inland communities. we begin to transition. by tonight, you'll notice the high-level clouds in the bay area. the high-level clouds indicate that we have a storm on the way. taking a look at the beautiful shot over san francisco. right now in the upper 40s to low 50s. oakland is 51. santa rosa 54.
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livermore is also looking at 44. san jose is 40s right outside the door. here's a view on storm tracker two. just inside the bay. partly cloudy mostly clear for the rest of us. we've a little bit of fog once again the north bay valley locations that have cleared over novato. it was not long ago that we had visibility of about half a mile or so. we will continue to fluctuate for the next hour. we will keep an eye on that for you. here's a view of storm tracker 2 . it will break down as we move into your work week. let's enjoy the afternoon. this is how much warmer we are expected to be over yesterday. will go to 75 and three degrees warmer in san francisco. for degrees warmer in concord. your afternoon high is looking at 72. we have a better look around at the afternoon highs for today and the raid that is moving in coming up in the extended forecast. san francisco police are
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investigating a crash that killed one person. it happened at cesar chavez near the bayshore freeway. elissa harrington has been live at the scene all morning. what he tells what happened? >> reporter: they say it could be that they were racing when that crashed. a lot of police officers on scene. there taking measurements and have crime scene tape up. they are speaking with a large group of people. weights, there is nebulous going by. they were just speaking with a large group of people who showed up. they are not sure if it was family members, but they recently believe. it collided long cesar chavez under the bayshore freeway. these found rains remain closed during the investigation. officers are not responding. i have sent emails and they're
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not calling me back at this point. the officers are being very tightlipped. they say they could have been racing. the car is in very bad shape and it appears that one of them caught on fire. one person is dead and another taken to the hospital. we don't know the extent of the injuries. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. they are looking for more information about a stabbing the happened in san francisco. it happened at the intersection of fillmore. the suspects had game off when the victim walked by. the suspect then pulled out a sword and stabbed the victim in the hand. neither the suspect or the weapon have been located. if you have information, call san francisco police. there will be a prayer vigil for 4-year-old navaun jackson. his family is asking the governor to allow the boys father to be temporarily released out of jail to be at his son's bedside. rob malcolm has the response from the governor's office and the very latest on navaun
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jackson's condition. >> reporter: inside the children's hospital, 4-year-old navaun jackson is in and induced coma. >> he is stable. he has brain activity. he has had brain activity since the situation happen. we will not know anything else for a couple more days. >> reporter: sounding hopeful that her son will recover. >> you strong. he will get through. as long as he is arrive alive and breathing. >> reporter: he was visiting her mother's boyfriend's house found a loaded gun under the bed and shot himself in the head. the gun owner was arrested and is currently facing child endangerment charges. >> there were a lot of mistakes that happen. i cannot do anything but go forward. i cannot go back in time. all i can do is stay strong for my son. >> reporter: while the family makes daily hospital visits, the father, nathan jackson pled
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with them to be by the son's bedside. >> and being like his son's bedside may very well make a difference about whether not he lives or dies. i'm asking you, from one parent to another, from one human to another, please please grant my nephew release. let him be by his son. >> reporter: nathan lost two brothers to gun violence in oakland and the sister was just murdered last year. >> it needs to see his son. he is supposed to be here at this tragic time. any father would want to be there for their son at the bedside. >> reporter: the family says the governor's office so far is only agreed to a skype visit. >> whatever it takes. if this is the end and the grandson doesn't up leaving here, i do not want his father having to regret of not being able to see him and say goodbye. lovely, this is not goodbye.
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a prayer vigil for navaun jackson will be held at the mount calvary missionary baptist church in oakland on 23rd avenue. it will start at 11:30 this morning. the community is invited to attend. a rally set for today in san francisco against islam a phobia in the wake of the new zealand mosque shooting. it is being arranged by the northern california islamic council and is described as a unity rally. they want to raise awareness of islamophobia to prevent violent attacks. the attacks claimed the lives of 50 people and injured about 50 others. today's rally starts at 11:00 at embarcadero plaza. people are being invited to attend a town hall today. she will address world issues. local jewish community leaders will join her at the event.
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it is being held at the peninsula jewish community center in foster city. organizers say people have to register and only those registered will be allowed into the town hall. it is a 2:00 this afternoon. the east bay congressman aaron swallow is not backing away. >> i'm not going to back away. >> i'm going to defend that. >> understand that, but you said the president is a foreign agent of the russians. >> he asked on their behalf. >> they want william barr to release the mueller report. he says it will send it to congress by mid-april, but you might have reactions for some of the more sensitive and so did and information. last week, they issued a four-
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page summary of the report. summarizing it, which he says special counsel robert mueller found no collusion and barr concluded there is not enough evidence of obstruction of justice by the president. the president has threatened to shut down the border with mexico as soon as this week. president trump renewed his calls for border security. the state parma says it has seen an unprecedented number of migrants seeking asylum. and other caravan and central american migrants. it is heading toward the u.s. and its size has been disputed. critics say the closure at the border would be a disaster for the economy. >> shutting down the border with our third-largest trading partner would have a pretty massive impact, not just in actual trade, but the psychological damage it could do. >> the on air, online, and on the ktvu weather app. ministration has directed the state department to cut all
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eight payments to el salvador, guatemala, and honduras, for the next 2 years. he said he will decide this week on whether to close the border of mexico if it does not stop all illegal immigration. get ready to pay a little more for goods and services in some cities. the sales tax rate will go up and 51 cities across california. here in the bay area, that includes several. most of the sales tax hikes will be between 0.5% and 1%. the smallest increase is an los gatos. online sales are not exempt from the new tax rules. coming up, california drivers pay more taxes to pay for rigid road projects. why report says the number of bridges in need of attention is growing rather than shrinking. and as we mentioned, president trump threatening to close the southern border as soon as this week. we will be talking about a political science professor about what that means for the economy and what that means.
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area. that is ccr, which is a local band. we have warming temperatures and have a look at what we can expect for today and the rain in the forecast is coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. from threatening to shut down the u.s.-mexico order and the release of the full mueller report, and this week's political news, it leaves a lot of questions the details unanswered. joining us now is david mcewan, political science professor at sonoma state university. >> thank you for having me. let's start with what they call an influx of immigrants. we have no details of what it would mean. does include exports and imports? what does it look like? >> if you look at the practicality of any kind of border closure, this is difficult for the u.s. to
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implement. we have a number of folks in the white house and homeland security that have an unworkable idea. the practicalities. but if you do if you have citizens moving back and forth. what if you have an economic hit? it would affect economic prosperity in a large way. and the argument that the administration, in particular, the present, is making about the broken immigration system and that the broken immigration system is necessary as a component of the emergency powers, how you actually practical shut down the border and still allow for day laborers will be a problem because it will also affect not only those economies, but will affect american citizens, which leads to more action and congress will weigh in on this. the practicality of it is difficult. the political implications are vast. republicans and those in the white house and homeland security, are privately worried about what that will look like.
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>> the site is getting pushback from democrats and republicans as well. do you think it will happen, or is it one of the things that president trump says to kind of get some attention on whatever issue he is focused on? >> the president has a meeting with military different officials this week at different events and private meetings at the white house, what they are going to lay out is that the difficulty of actually implementing this anytime soon. we're not talking about weeks, we're talking about months. and the impatience on policy issues is placed him in between a rock and a hard place. he talks about the mueller report takes a victory lap around that, but republicans are worried about what he will try to push in the senate and pushed the order, and that presents a practical problem, because the government is engaged in cannot work that quickly. >> attorney general bar says he's willing to turn over the full report to congress by mid- april. democrats in the house want to see it sooner than that. can we expect to get it and when we get it, will it be
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heavily redacted? will there be anything more revealing even when it is released? >> we expect a report that is at least 300 pages. between 300 and 400 pages with heavy redaction. most of those are related to the grand jury testimony and intelligence methods. the reductions will be important, but democrats will have some opportunity to begin investigations. there will be six effort calls for investigation. democrats are united in calling for those investigations. so we will see some votes in congress this week and next week. we would expect to see the report before the middle of april. perhaps this week or later next week, but the attorney general and the pressure on him is quite heavy. by his own admission, it is 300 to 400 pages and going cutting
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it down to a 4 page memo is not sufficient. >> the allegations earlier this week from a former nevada lawmaker against joe biden that he inappropriately kissed the back of her neck. what you make of the allegations, now just as the former vice president was supposed to likely announce his run for president? >> so you have joe biden, who slow walks the announcement to the running for president. and a 76-year-old white male career coloration politician. we have a record number of broad and diverse candidates and joe biden and his surrogates are facing back less. with long record, there will be a lot of pushback. he is famously someone who likes to hug and touch people.
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there is going to be a lot of material that the biden campaign or they would be biden campaign will have to deal with. it illustrates the difficulty of someone who is a career politician running for office and also illustrates the difficulty that the democrats have for what their identity looks like in this particular election and the types of candidates that they are going to nominate to run against president trump. all of that works to the benefit of the president and his reelection, something his team are happy to see. you think you will still announced that he plans to run for president will the latest accusations for that? >> how do you have a 30 year career senator. had to get them to endorse him? we have a congress that is the most diverse it has ever been, and as a result, that will be trouble on capitol hill for joe biden. as a slow walk, could get
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extended, even though he is someone who could potentially win pennsylvania, was got to, and michigan, this is the democrats will need if they want to get back the presidency. >> thank you so much professor david mccuan with sonoma state university. thank you for speaking with us. >> thank you for having me. we will switch gears and send it over to rosemary and the weather center. we have a nice day shaping up. it will be warmer than yesterday. above the seasonal average for this year. are partly cloudy skies, some of the warmer locations in the mid-70s for today. a little bit of fog across the bay and the golden gate bridge. we have the fog and visibility. the valley floor is seeing a little bit of fog as well. he has cleared. temperatures will be today and that we will begin to see changes. high clouds move in later today. as we head into tonight and tomorrow, you'll notice a little bit of a cooler pattern
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and an unsettled pattern and a chance for showers moving in, especially to the north bay on monday. leg ring around california on tuesday as well. i will give you look at the days ahead and then we will come back and take a look at the afternoon highs for today. here's a look at the future cast. getting into monday afternoon. there it is. the possibility of rain all the way down right now to the north bay. we can't rule out the possibility that we might see a sprinkler two. we are looking northern california and the sierra. we have the possibility of scattered showers. it is mainly dry, but thursday looks like it could be soggy. friday afternoon seems like it could be wet. could be a trend that we see move into the weekend. 51 degrees in downtown san francisco. 44 to start your day. low 40s
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in and around redwood city. we have 44 at stanford. the afternoon highs for today are around the bay. 67 in san francisco. the okay, we are going to do some winetasting. mid-70s for concord. san jose, expected to go to 72. los gatos is a beautiful place to be today. it is hard to beat santa cruz at 73 with partly cloudy skies. here's a look at what to expect if you're going to the a's game this afternoon. it is 60 degrees with northwest breeze at about 15 miles per hour. in the stands, that could feel a bit warm. make sure you have some walk in water. here's the extended forecast. do not put the umbrella away just it. >> even beyond that, you say looks like rain. >> it looks like friday into the weekend could be soggy. >> we need it.
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thank you, rosemary. it is lawmakers have been divided on the futures of the relationship with the european union for years. an arrest is made the connection to the death of a college student. they say she got to a suspects car because she thought it was the uber right she had ordered. we will have the story coming up. at redfin, we charge you a 1% listing fee.
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a suspect has been arrested in connection with the death of a university of south carolina
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student. 21-year-old samantha josephson was lasting getting into a car outside a bar at 2:00 on friday morning. police think she got into the suspects car, thinking it was her uber rider. her body was found 65 miles southeast of columbia. police arrested the suspect. >> the officer approached and asked the driver to step out of the car. the driver fled on foot. the officer gave chase i was able to make an apprehension after a short foot chase and when they returned back to the car, under further examination, there was what appeared to be blood present in the car. >> police say the also found her cell phone in the car along with bleach and window cleaner. he is facing murder and kidnapping charges. police are investigating the motive for the murder. it is an injury that is
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similar to that which happened to brian stowe. a man is on life support after being beaten in the parking lot at dodger stadium. the victim went down. the attack stemmed from an argument following the dodgers- arizona diamondbacks game that went into extra innings. they are looking for the attacker. it mirrored what happened to brian stowe 8 years ago he got into a fight to dodger to fans that knocked to the ground and sustained a severe brain injury. the signs of a man who jumped into the san joaquin river to rescue his son. he went into the delta on friday after his 1-year-old fell off a boat. rescuers save the little boy, who is in serious condition, but the father has yet to turn up. the san francisco fire department is reaching out to the community it serves. more than to the people attended a free event at fire station 43. the family health and safety resource fair had three free
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smoke alarms. you could sign up to have someone from the red cross come in and install the device. >> we will people be better prepared to their homes and prevent fires. >> the family-friendly event allowed children to pretend to be firefighters for the day. voters increase the gas tax to help with bridge and road repairs. new report suggests the number ridges in poor condition is actually getting bigger. what is behind those road projects. bay area teens make their voices heard on the issue of gun violence. they are demanding that lawmakers take action on gun control. so you can say yes to the biggest selection of the season. event is here-finally!
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is a glorious so gorgeous sunday. down below, we are listening. thanks for that. this is a song that i didn't know much about. our director filled me in. >> there you go. >> the theme today songs from the 70s. there 70 good songs from the 70s. we forget about it. >> there is funk, soul, disco. >> we like having you on board today. we are here along with the crew.
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>> i am allie rasmus. >> and we are having some great weather. i'm just delivering the message. we have a going on into the sunday. if you like the cloudy or cooler weather, i have the extended forecast. partly cloudy skies. those of you over san francisco's we go towards the tower, there's a bit of a cool start to the day. it is a lot like yesterday within a few degrees or so. temperatures are beginning to rebound. as we get into the afternoon, we look at partly cloudy skies for today. an increase in the cloud cover is expected. as we move into the evening hours. that is because we are looking at the possibility of wet weather as early as tomorrow. for today, temperatures will continue to climb. some of the warmest temperatures we've had so far this season. mid-70s in the forecast for today. a few degrees over yesterday.
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san francisco, you will warm up a few degrees going to 67 for today. san jose is going to 72. we have areas like hayward going to 69. 73 is expected for napa. anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees warmer than where we landed yesterday. they will today. we will have a cool by tomorrow. we will look at what we can expect in the extended forecast of the current temperatures, coming up in just a little bit. thank you for that. santa rosa police used a k-9 mac unit and a stun gun to take down the suspect who led officers on the chase. they found a man who may have been driving under the influence. the got to the car and said it was still going even without a right front tire. the speeds during the chase actuated from low speeds up to 85 miles per hour. police stopped the car but investigators said the driver do not want to come out. they eventually used a police
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dog and a stun gun. the ,31 suspect is now facing charges, including drug possession, resisting arrest, and violating his parole. a local man is facing burglary charges after being accused of breaking into a bicycle storage unit in emeryville. 27-year-old was in possession of burglary tools and drug paraphernalia when he was arrested yesterday. the burglary was reported just before 5:30 yesterday morning at a secure parking garage on adeline street. a security guard at the property told him where the suspect was. he was taken into custody a block away from the garage after a short chase. police in alameda are asking for the help of the public to identify two burglary suspects. they say two men were responsible for the burglary. they say he is 5'9" and 160 pounds with darkened medium length wavy hair. anyone with information is asked to contact the alameda
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police department. investigators are looking for more information about a body they found in the bay point. a body was found at the intersection just after midnight. a woman who was out for a walk discovered it. detectives say they will be able to share more information a little bit later today. a group of young people in the south bay area are fighting back against gun violence. they held a rally to make the issue a priority. leigh martinez was at the rally and has the story. >> reporter: last week, the 17- year-old been was hiding in his classroom as part of an active shooter drill. >> as i was sitting in the classroom, i was thinking about parkland, because that is exactly the position they were in, except they were in fear. they were in utter and total fear. >> reporter: the mobilized youth to speak out against gun violence. it is a continued effort since
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the parkland, florida, school she to the killed 17 people. >> last year, when the parkland shooting took lace, it really shook me. i did not expect anything like that to happen. i think this is the time that we all need to speak up for what we believe in and what we want our future to look like. >> it is important to show that we are out there to support each other. >> reporter: the house of representatives passed a bill requiring universal background checks before a firearms sale online or at gun shows. the senate has not yet voted on it. >> most importantly, the young people have taken the country to a higher level of morality. because, their lives have been taken. >> reporter: on friday, federal judge ruled that california's ban on high-capacity magazines was unconstitutional. the separation of powers, but the notion in the state of california, that anyone would need the high-capacity
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magazines and munitions is ridiculous. we need to take further action to protect people. >> reporter: even the young people say that they realize they can be effective change agents, they say it is something there also hoping to change. >> we can show the adults that we are capable of voting and advocate for lowering the voting age. >> these young people are making a difference. i also think they should be able to vote at a younger age. 17. 16 years old. >> reporter: in san jose, ktvu fox 2 news. the ceo of dick's sporting goods said the sanding up and doing what is right cost the bottom line. does the largest sporting goods retailer. a restricted gun sales after the shooting. is at a cost $150 million in lost sales. that is 2% of the annual
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revenue. but the ceo said that the policy change was still very much worth it. last month, he joined three other corporate executives in signing a letter supporting a universal gun-control law. san mateo county wants to make sure every person is counted in the 2020 census. the board of supervisors will take part tomorrow in the 2020 community program launch. it will feature will informational about what is at stake this year. it will be on broadway in redwood city. the federal government is required to count every person in the u.s. and the national census every 10 years. the population numbers affect political representation and funding for various programs and services. new this morning, a new report says california has made more bridges in or conditions, even after the state impose higher taxes for road repairs. it went into effect at the beginning of last year.
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the la times reports that the state has spent $121 million to repair or replace 89 bridges thus far. critics say that the work is not happening fast enough. data from the federal highway administration shows that the number of bridges in poor condition has increased even after the tax hike. the typical bridge repair project takes about 3 to 5 years to complete. some people are calling on former vice president joe biden to be held accountable for what they say is a history of inappropriate behavior. assembly member lucy flores is accusing him of kissing her the back of her head back in 2014. he does not remember the events in the same way, but supports her right to tell her story. presidential candidates are reacting to the latest allegations. >> i believe lucy flores, and joe biden needs to give an answer.
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>> i believe lucy flores. >> we need to live in a nation where people can hear her truth . biden is expected to announce his decision on whether not to run for president in the coming weeks. california played host this weekend to tulsi gabbard. >> we have self-serving politicians, people in positions of power, greedy corporations and special interests who are interested in acting for themselves. leaving the rest of us behind. >> she addressed supporters saturday in los angeles. she spoke about hateful speech in the social media. and she served two tours of duty in the middle east and is a major in the hawaii army national guard. meanwhile, it or work is formally kicking off his paper
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president. >> for more than 100 years, the community has welcomed immigrants from across the rio grande. semi having traveled hundreds of miles, and others having traveled thousands of miles. is giving violence and crushing poverty. several thousand supporters were there in downtown el paso yesterday. they talked about some of the issues, including conference of immigration reform. he said he would serve as a president who would unify people of all backgrounds. president trump will come to california the end of the week for a big campaign fundraiser. tickets cost of $50,000 while taking a picture with the president will cost $50,000. participating in a roundtable discussion is $150,000. this will be president trump's third visit to la since taking
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office 2 years ago. in contrast, former president barack obama visited north it los angeles and orange counties more than 30 times his first couple of years as a commander in chief. yachts a and black panther were the big winners. yachts i was named entertainer of the year last night. she beat out lebron james, regina king, chadwick boseman,. empire actor jussie smollett was a no-show. he was nominated for best supporting actor in a drama series, but lost to grey's anatomy star jesse williams. prosecutors decided to dismiss all felony accounts against him this week. we're learning more about a deadly car crash in san francisco. how police believe street racing may have been a factor. and they initially resisted the idea, but now the facebook
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ceo is calling for regulation. why he says they need more federal oversight.
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it is definitely more than a feeling. it is a good feeling. happy sunday fun day to you. we are looking at a warm-up coming our way. this request is coming from been vacationing in italy right now. oh my goodness. thank you for chiming in. we're taking a request send your suggestions. we are looking for songs in the 70s. temperatures will be soaring into the 70s today. if you have a different vibe going on, we will accept that as well. send us the suggestions we will try to get them on the air. at least four palestinian protesters are dead. palestinians are marking a full year of protest along the israeli border some explosives and rocks were thrown at israeli troops who they view as a arm of the israeli government. despite the clashes, they're working to contain the demonstrations to allow for
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ongoing egyptian cease-fire negotiations. >> the number of people who are peaceful from all over the areas. they are here peacefully and they send a strong message. >> with no agreement to reach, tensions are still high. there is not yet a solution for the conflict between israel and gaza. officials say that the border marches will continue. british parliament is set to vote again on a possible solution to the brexit crisis. for the third time, parliament last week rejected the exit deal that prime minister theresa may negotiated with eu leaders. the opposition labor party is calling for a general election to break the deadlock. they say they would consider granting an extension on brexit if they decide to hold a second referendum. parliament does not region
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agreement, they will crash out of the european human. el chapo is launching a fashion line feature his name. it will range from baseball caps to denim jackets. he agreed to the deal in mid- february after being convicted. a judge in alaska has ruled that president trump exceeded his authority when he reversed bans on offshore drilling and parts of the arctic and atlantic oceans. the role it restores research is put in place by trump and throws out the executive orders that were key parts of president obama's environmental legacy. essay auditor is accusing a former state labor official abusing her power to benefit her daughter. they are investigating
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christine baker, the former director of the department of industrial relations. they say her daughter was hired and promoted into position she did not qualify for. report says he was paid $129,000 of the course of 2 years for work that she did not do. the audit was done in may of last year, but was not made public until just now. they tell the san francisco chronicle that she disputes the claims. mark zuckerberg is calling for more government regulation. said that new regulations are needed in poor areas. harmful content, election integrity. the privacy rules it took effect in your blaster should be adopted in other parts of the world. facebook has faced a lot of criticism over data breaches, privacy concerns, and for being used to's red hate speech on its platform. a major milestone this weekend. the organization is celebrating the 100th anniversary. the event is called the aclu
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100 experience. as part of a nationwide tour. organizers hope to educate people, visitors can enjoy a walk through immersive experience. >> we want to increase access to the ballot for people who are being denied their voting rights and today we are excited to be hosting a panel on use of force and ensuring that adequate standards are put in place so members of the public are not being held by police officers in california. >> this is a free event to the continues today at jack london square in oakland. this weekend is the start of an expansion. the travel season begins this weekend. united against daily service to
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amsterdam. united had recently started new or expanded service to tahiti, auckland, and toronto. this weekend, they also officially announced the new premium economy product. a blockbuster store is the very last one in the world. it is unbelievable that there still is one. the second to last one is in australia and it just shut it store. it is popular tourist to stop by to rent a movie for nostalgic regions. blockbuster had more than i thousand stores at its peak. filed for make up see in 2020. that has been 10 years. >> we will be back with rosemary with a check on the weather. it is going to be a little warmer.
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temperatures from 3 to 6 degrees. will cool down and bring back the rain for the week ahead. a little bit of fog out there. we can see from the storm tracker 2, we have fog along the coastline just inside the bay. it is not too bad. partly cloudy for the coast. partly cloudy for the rest of us as we see an increase in those high-level clouds ahead of the rain that is expected of her parts of california by tomorrow. let's roll out the week ahead. let's take a look at the numbers expected for today. here's a look at the futurecast getting underway as we move through monday. it is going to be a mainly dry day, but by the afternoon, we will noticed changes over the north bay in northern california over the sierra. snow levels will start out high. will drop down to about 6000 feet by tuesday. no advisories in place just yet. just something to be aware of if you're traveling to the sierra this week. here's a view of tuesday
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afternoon where we have just a little bit of moisture. you can see that still over california. wednesday looks dry. mostly cloudy. thursday, the rain is there over the state. on friday, it looks to be a wet day. this is something that we could see carryover into the weekend as well. partly cloudy skies right now. temperatures already warming up. 51 in novato. 51 in downtown san francisco. 51 in oakland and 44 in livermore. upper 40s as you start your morning in san jose. 64 pacifica. if you go inland, you are 75 in concord. in the north bay, 73 in napa. upper 60s for the east bay shore. 71 in fremont. 72 in san jose. 73 for santa cruz. at the coliseum today, partly cloudy and the warm upper 60s in the game time. here is a view of the extended forecast. temperatures are going to be
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warm today. we will cool off by tomorrow, adding the possibility of some rain at least for the north bay by monday afternoon. tuesday looks like it could be soggy. wednesday is mainly dry and thursday is another chance. then friday perhaps. saturday, maybe. >> it out and enjoy today. >> as. >> thank you, rosemary. classic cars, hot rods, and low riders on display. in the restaurant that powered california cuisine is doing some spring cleaning of its own. how you can find some bargains and get a chance to rub elbows with chef alice waters as well. stay right here.
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welcome back. enough to the officer being credited with helping to see the man from a burning pickup truck. he was on his way up to the sierra to ski on his day off.
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he saw crash on the side of the road and a pickup truck on fire. he pulled over and they pulled the man to safety. >> we see a lot of fires and a lot of aftermath, but i've never seen it while it was actually happening where somebody was trapped in the vehicle. >> chp says the man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. he said he followed up on the victim with a hospital visits later that day. one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world reached a major milestone today. the eiffel tyler celebrating the birthday. it opened a march 31, way back in 1889. it took them more than 2 years to build the tower, which mark the 1889 world's fair. international landmarks such as the golden gate bridge and the eiffel tower went dark last night. it is part of earth hour to
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raise awareness of how much energy we use. the city of hong kong turned off the nonessential lights to observe earth hour, which was 8:30 p.m. local time. the movement started 12 years ago in sydney, australia, and has the proper popularity to combat climate change. >> chef and author alice waters and her daughter say that decades of treasures and bargains will be for sale today. they say she will also be there in her iconic hats to sign books and posters. she is best known for pioneering locally grown california cuisine. when the restaurant open back in 1971, the mother-daughter fleamarket will run from 10:00 until 3:00 this afternoon. it is a sure sign that spring is in full bloom. this opened over the weekend for the 2019 season.
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thousands of people traveled for miles, search for parking, and then waited in some very long lines just for a look at the golden park it of flowers. >> the drive was about an hour and a half and the wait was about an hour and a half. it is totally worth it. it is beautiful up here. it is a beautiful day. we really enjoyed it very much. it will be open daily from 10:00 to 7:00 at night. it is unknown how long the season will last before rain in the forecast for early april. dozens of cities increasing the sales tax this week. how it will affect some places right here in the bay area and what it means for shoppers. plus really what a deadly car crash in san francisco overnight. how police believe street racing may have been a factor.
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eastbound lanes are still closed as it passes underneath the bayshore parkway. what we're learning this morning. a little boy in oakland is recovering days after an accidental shooting of himself. family friends are rallying for
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his recovery today. multiple cities in the bay area increasing sales tax. it starts tomorrow. how the change affects online shoppers. we look forward to it every year. i get up close to a bunch of classic american cars. a from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. midnight rider. we want your favorite 70 songs today as we are covering the nice 70 degree temperatures in the bay area. welcome to mornings on 2. this is a shot of the babe to their. this a little bit of fog in the background. it is going to be a nice day today. >> i guess there is a little bit of fog in the little reflection on the water. good morning, everyone. i am frank mallicoat and it is good to have you aboard. think were going to go to
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whether next. rosemary, take away. all right. to giving a look at the beautiful golden gate bridge where we have a little bit of fog out there. the visibility had dropped in areas over novato briefly but it is still looking good. here's a look into the east bay where we have another gorgeous shot. the temperatures are rebounding. 50 degrees in santa rosa right now. we have napa 53. livermore is 54. temperatures for most of us are 50 degrees warmer. the only area cooler this morning is novato reporting at about 4. 2 for livermore and around the bay, generally a tad warmer than yesterday. we have fog along the coastline. for getting into the highways this morning, does looking good. here is the comparison from yesterday afternoon. santa rosa expecting to go to 75. if you degrees warmer for your
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neighborhood. 74 is the afternoon high in concord in san jose. there's a better look around for you here. 64 is the afternoon high expected to pacifica. low 70s in napa. sonoma, if you're going to do some winetasting today, mid 70s in concord. heading out across these bayshore, 69 degrees is the unit high. if you're going to the game today, the coliseum will have upper 60s today. 72 expected for the afternoon high. low 70s in santa cruz if you have nothing else to do. temperatures will be today and we will begin to cool tomorrow. rain in the forecast. i have more this coming up in the extended in just a bit. new this morning, we're learning more about a deadly car crash in san francisco. elissa harrington is there. some of the later so close. what updates you have about what happened this morning? >> reporter: i want to point out that the eastbound lanes
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are close from hampshire street to vermont. that is where we are right now. the laser passing under the bayshore freeway. want to show you the cars that were involved. the vehicles collided just after 3 am. one of them caught on fire. we know that one person was killed and another was taken to the hospital. the extent of the injuries is not known. this happened just after 3 am. police were called to the scene and although they have been investigating the morning will not tell us exactly what happened, one officer on scene says it appears that the drivers were racing and to that is what caused the crash. again, we do not know where they were headed or where they were coming from. no names have been released. there are still investigators on scene and there taking measurements and have a crime scene tape up our. we do not know how long they plan to be out here. i did reach out to the police
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department for more information and was told that they would not be talking on camera at this time. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. police are looking for more information about a stabbing that happened in san francisco at around 10:00 on friday night. it happened at the intersection of fillmore and fell. the suspects had came off when the victim walked by. the invested a sure say that the suspect to go a sword and stabbed the victim in the hand. neither the suspect or the weapon have been located. if you have any information, they would like to hear from you. later this morning, there will be a prayer vigil for 4- year-old navaun jackson. he shot himself in the head in oakland. they are asking governor newsom to allow the boys father to be temporarily released from prison to be at the bedside. we have the response from the governor's office and the latest on the boys condition. >> reporter: inside the children's hospital, 4-year-old navaun jackson is in an induced
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coma, his mother giving update. >> he is stable. he has brain activity. we will not know anything else for a couple more days. >> reporter: she sounds hopeful that her son will recover. >> he is strong. he will get through it as long as he is alive and breathing. he will. >> reporter: on was it, he was visiting his mother's wake boyfriends house and shot himself in the head. the boyfriend, 37-year-old terrence wilson, was later arrested and is currently facing child endangerment charges. >> there a lot of mistakes that happen. i can't do anything "forward. i cannot go back in time. is a that i wish this. all he can do is stay strong for my son. >> reporter: the family makes daily hospital visits but the child's birth order gets updates from the prison where his aunt is pleading with governor newsom to allow him to
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be released. >> and being at his sons bedside could make a difference as to whether not he lives or dies. i am asking you, from one parent to another, from one human to another, please please grant my nephew release. let him be by his son. >> reporter: imprisoned most of his life, he lost two brothers in gun violence in oakland. sister was murdered just last year. >> it needs to see his son. he is supposed to be here at the tragic time. any father would want to be there for their son at their bedside. >> reporter: the family says the governor's office so far has only agreed to a skype visit. >> whatever takes. if this is the end, and by grandson does end up leaving here, i don't want his father tether get of not being able to see him and say goodbye. the prayer vigil will be at mount calvary mission church.
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it starts at 11:30 this morning. the community is invited to of attend. the event is being organized by the northern california islamic council and is described as a unity rally. organizers say they want to raise awareness of islamophobia to prevent violent acts such as what happened in new zealand. a gunman opened fire in two mosques in christchurch . it will be at embarcadero plaza. a limited number of people is being allowed to attend a town hall today featuring congresswoman jackie spear. she will address world issues including anti-semitism and the deep division between democrats and the president.
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organizers say only people who registered early will be allowed into the town hall and that will begin at 2:00 this afternoon. east bay congressman eric swalwell is not back away from assertion that president trump shows a riches in toward russia. >> i'm not going to apologize for loving this country and being someone who benefited from the markets. i'm going to defend that. >> i understand that. but accuse the president of being a foreign agent of the russians. >> he ask on their behalf. >> they want attorney general william barr to release a mueller report. he says he will send it to congress by mid-april, but it might have read actions for sensitive information. but they want him to stick to an april 2 deadline to turn over the report. issued a four-page letter summarizing the report in which he said that special counsel robert mueller said there was
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no conclusion and he says there was not enough evidence of obstruction of justice. president trump has trying to shut down the border with mexico as soon as this week. he renewed his call yesterday afternoon. the state parma says it has seen an unprecedented number of migrants seeking asylum at the border. in the care of i of central american migrants is heading its way toward the border, although the size has been disputed. critics say that the closure of the border would be a disaster for the economy. >> shutting down the border with our third-largest trading partner would have a pretty massive impact, not just an actual trade, but in the psychological damage it would do. >> the trump administration has instructed the government to cut all eight payments for the next 2 years. the president says he will decide this week to whether to close the border of mexico if it does not stop all illegal
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immigration. you ready to pay more for goods and services in many bay area cities. the sales tax rate will go up in 61 cities across california. the bay area, that includes alabama, and santa rosa. you also see increases. most of the sales tax hikes will be between 0.5% to 1%. the smalls increase will be in los gatos. online scales are not exempt. candidates are making the rounds. the message that hawaii congresswoman tulsi gabbard is bringing to the state and her bid to the white house. cars on display this weekend. we will speak with one of the organizers in the all-american get together.
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stairway to heaven. there is a look there at what you could be seeing. it is heaven on earth. we have great weather coming our way. thank you for this request from antioch. we're taking your suggestions on 70s song.
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temperatures are soaring into the 70s for today. i want details on the forecast, coming up. thank you, rosemary. if you are a car buff, the fairgrounds are the place to be today. this is the all american get together. they of low riders, hot rods, and fun for everyone in the family. the doors open to 8:00 this morning. but we will give you a sneak peak if your home watching. we will say hello to the marketing special effects coordinator. good morning. i guess mother nature shining on you guys. it has been raining the last few weekends but this is gorgeous. >> it is gorgeous. we could not have asked for better weather. we are just loving it. >> so i know you have some recent going on behind you, but what can people expect to see? >> this event is all about custom. with custom cars, custom motorcycles, custom low riders all on display which are just the baddest cars you will see.
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we have auto racing going on behind me. we have fun stuff for the kids. we have something for everyone this weekend. >> what is your favorite? is it a decade or a classic car that you like the best? >> i have to love my 60s muscle cars. those have to be my favorite. >> i would have to agree. my dad old a 64 old cutlass convertible. i have a noun i love the car. we're looking at some of the vintage cars right now. what is it about cars, especially american cars, they get your heart pumping a little bit? >> you know, everybody has a connection. some family connection. everyone comes out here and we come from different walks of life, but we connect on cars and connect with everybody. >> i drove one in high school and you start thinking about your prom and where you were
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when you are driving the car. how many cars we see on the lot? >> this weekend, we will see over 3000 vehicles. they are all american made or powered. they will come through our gates. you will see something that you've never seen before or some that you would love to see it have not seen in a while. >> you have some recent going on. maybe can tell us about that. >> we have a cars racing right now. there a couple of different classes. this afternoon, there will be the all-american shootout, which are the fastest cars racing against each other to see who takes the first place. >> you have low riders as well? >> we have them on display. they are some of the baddest vehicles and motorcycles you have seen. >> a lot of families will be coming today. talk with the kids could do there as well. you have food and a little bit of everything. >> we have the free kids zone. we have the model car so that
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the kids can come and make a vehicle and took a souvenir home. we have a gallery for the moms and the ladies. we have something for everyone. >> we look forward to. i know that the gates are open but i hope we get a big crowd out there. >> it is a perfect weekend with perfect weather. it is cool people and cool times out here in pleasanton. >> this is what you need to know. the gates are opened already. you can head down from 8:00 until 4:00 today. the tickets are $25 for adults. kids from 7 to 12 are $12. it is $10 to park and it is going down at the alameda county fairgrounds. if you are a car buff want to have fun, grab the sunscreen and go check it out in the plaza. weatherwise, kudos to you. it is a beautiful day. >> i will take some credit. i agree, it is going to be
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gorgeous out there. mostly sunny in the loader with low to mid 70s. mid-60s at the coast. high pressure in control of our weather patterns are just one more day. we have a system that is going to cool us back and bring in the clouds. even a chance for a few scattered showers. today, we will have the warmest day. we're looking at the cooling trend is starting tomorrow into tuesday. we set up a very soggy pattern for several days ahead, leading us into next weekend. the scattered showers again will be primarily for the north bay as we get into monday afternoon. northern california, the sierra, and the north bay. we cannot rule out the possibility that any of us will pick up the light shower. here is tuesday, where we have the moisture dancing around california. does not look like a whole lot, but it is there. mostly cloudy and a bit unsettled on wednesday. wednesday looks mainly dry.
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thursday, another round through. friday, another round and it looks like saturday may be a bit soggy as well. we will be tracking that between now and then. for today, partly cloudy skies and an increase in the high clouds moving in ahead of the system for tomorrow. temperatures are right now at 54 degrees in novato. 54 in downtown san francisco. low 50s in sunnyvale. afternoon highs are quite nice. 68 for berkeley. 69 for oakland. going to the coast, 64 is expected in pacifica. in the north bay, 73. into the soft bay, we have 71 four redwood city. san jose. that is part of the peninsula going into the south bay. we're looking at a great forecast for those were heading toward the colosseum to see the a's play today. gametime is one:07.
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68 degrees with a northwest breeze and 50 miles per hour. it is going to be a little warm in the stands, so much are you have some what. here's a view of the extended forecast where there are clouds covering monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and even into the weekend. a bit of unsettled weather and temperatures are falling back into the mid-60s. >> you think we will get some breaks in between the showers this week? >> definitely. >> we will take what we can get. if you want to get out of town, now is a good time. how united airlines is growing its presence in the bay area with some new international flights. and keeping your home safe in emergencies. how san francisco firefighters and helping people safeguard their homes. we will have more on that when we come back.
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a suspect has been arrested in connection with the the death of the university of south carolina student. samantha josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar. she got into the car,
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thinking it was her uber ride. her body was found 65 miles southeast of columbia. police arrested the suspect, 24- year-old nathaniel roland yesterday during a traffic stop. >> the officer approached. officer gave chase. further examination determined that there was what appeared to be blood present in the car. >> police said they also found his cell phone in the car. roland is now facing murder and kidnapping charges. police are still investigating a motive for the killing. the time is 9:23. it is attack similar to that the killed brian stowe. a man suffered a skull fracture and is now on life support after being beaten in the parking lot at dodger stadium after a game.
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the victim went down and hit his head on the concrete. the attack is stemming from an argument that apparently followed a dodgers game at dodger stadium that went into extra innings. police are looking for the attackers. it mirrored what happened to brian stowe a few years ago. he sustained a severe brain injury. no signs of a man who jumped into the san joaquin river to rescue his son. her screws have been scouring the waters looking for the 41- year-old father of three. he went into the delta on friday after his 1-year-old fell off the fishing boat. rescuers say a little boy, who is in serious condition, but the father has yet to turn up. san francisco fire department reaching out to the community it serves. more than 200 people are attending a free event to the fire station near the playground yesterday. family health and safety resource fears included free smoke alarms. people can also sign up to schedule an appointment to have a volunteer
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with the red cross install the devices in the homes properly. >> it is important people come by and learn about fire safety and fire awareness so that they can be prepared in their homes and prevent fires. we hope to save lives in the community. the family-friendly event led children to be firefighters for a day. helmet and all. >> california drivers are paying more taxes to pay for bridge and road projects. why a new report says the number of bridges need of attention is getting larger rather than shrinking. it is lawmakers have been dividing the future of the country's relationship with the european union. the options left on the table as brexit gets closer. [phone ringing]
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from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. ♪ dancing queen ♪ a big 70s favor revived by some of the recent movies. we're timing in here on mornings on 2. >> it we are featuring music from the 70s. we split with the theme. and a lot of younger fans are here with the "mamma mia"'s movies.
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>> why aren't you moving? >> because i am talking. good morning and thank you to have you with us. we have alley here. >> we have a message from tahoe. we have some skiing. beautiful sunshine out there. dry conditions. a lot of sunshine in tahoe for today. that is going to change, just like for us as we get into the week ahead. wet weather is coming to the area. partly cloudy skies. little bit of fog out there. we might be able to see that the view. it has since cleared and we are looking pretty clear. here is a view of the temperatures right now. napa 53. san jose, hello to you, 53.
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temperatures are rebounding. the winds are generally light for today. as we get into the second part of the day, 60s and low to mid 70s. you can see north bay, central bay, south bay, getting onto the highways. we have a a little bit of fog just inside the bay and partly cloudy skies of a little bit of fog right along the coastline. here's a comparison for you yesterday into today, we will go a few degrees warmer. 74. 72 for the afternoon high. this is going to be it. the changes the forecast. colder area and rainy weather. i details coming up in just a bit. new this morning, we're learning more information about a deadly crash in san francisco . investigators a been on the scene for more than six hours now. ktvu's elissa harrington is there. tell us more. >> reporter: this involved two vehicles.
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we just got some new information and we want to share that with you. what i learned after speaking with san francisco police is that the crash happened at 3:oh 6 am. we're along cesar chavez. the police got a call about shots fired. that is only about a mile from here. they are investigating if the incidents could be related, but do not have anything confirmed at this point. i'm told that they have investigators at both scenes. we do know is that one person was killed in the crash. another was taken to the hospital. they have not life-threatening injuries. the cause of the crash is not been determined, but when officer told me it appears that they may have been racing were at least traveling at a high rate of speed. there also not saying the ages of the people involved or if they lived in the area. we are seeing investigators
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taking measurements. they are taking a close look at the vehicles. there is a lot of debris scattered throughout lanes of traffic. seen clothing and looks at water bottles. here is is the one of the cars caught on fire. they do have eastbound lanes of cesar chavez closed all the way to vermont. if you're traveling to the area, keep that in mind. the do not know how long they plan to be out here. they investigated two scenes at this point and not saying if they are related, but that is something that they are looking it. live in san francisco, elissa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. they used to k-9 mac unit and a son gun to take down the suspect. they led to a safely last night . they went to the cars it was so going, even without a right front tire. the speeds in the chase fluctuated from low speech 85 miles per hour. they stop the vehicle but investigators say that the drivers refused to come out. the police eventually used the
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police dog and stun gun. the 30-year-old suspect faces charges including drug possession, resisting arrest, and violating parole. a local man is facing burglary charges after being accused of breaking into a bicycle store unit. he was in possession of burglary tools and drug paraphernalia when he was arrested yesterday. the burglary was reported just before 5:30 yesterday morning at a secured parking garage on adeline street. the security guard at the property was telling officers where the suspect was. he was taken into custody about one block away from the garage after a short chase. police in alameda asking for the public help to identify two burglary suspects. police say two men were responsible for a burglary last sunday on pearl street. the suspects are described as hispanic men 18 to 25 years old. 5'9" and 160 pounds, with dark medium length wavy hair.
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anyone who might have information is asked to give the police department a call. investigators are looking for more information about a body that was discovered in the the point. a body was found at the intersection just after midnight. a woman who is out for a walk reported it. detectives say they would be able to share more information later today. new this morning, new report says california has more bridges in poor condition, even after the state imposed higher gas taxes for road repairs. this went into effect at the beginning last year. the la times reports that this it has been at $121 million to repair or replace 89 bridges so far. critics say the work is not happening fast enough. data from the federal highway administration shows that the number of bridges in poor condition in our state have increased, even after the tax hike. the typical bridge repair project takes about 3 to 5 years to complete.
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a state auditor is accusing a former state labor official of abusing her power to benefit her daughter. the city auditor has investigated christine baker . they say her daughter was hired and promoted into positions she did not qualify for. the report says the doctor was paid $121,000 over the course of 2 years for work she did not do. the audit was done in may of last year. it was not made public until now. baker tells the san francisco chronicle that she disputes the claims. san mateo county was much every person is counted for the upcoming 2020 census. the board of supervisors, along with education community leaders will take part tomorrow in a 2020 community program launch. it will feature speakers with historic information about the census and what is at stake mixture. tomorrow's event starts at 1:30 at the fox form in redwood city. federal government is required to count every person in the
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u.s. international census every 10 years. the population numbers effect political representation and funding for various programs and services. at least four palestinian protesters are dead with clashes with the is really forces. this is marking a full year of protest along the israeli border. some brought rocks and exposes that were thrown at israeli troops. despite the clashes at the border fence, hamas leaders worked to contain the demonstrations to allow for ongoing egyptian cease-fire negotiations. >> this huge number of peaceful people from all palestinian social categories. we are here peacefully. we send a strong message that what we are calling for is only dignified. >> with no agreement reach and tensions high, there is not yet a solution for the conflict in israel and gaza. official say the border marches
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will continue. on a possible solution to the brexit crisis tomorrow. the hoping to find an approach that can get approval from the majority of lawmakers. for the first time they rejected the deal that they negotiated with eu leaders that failed by a slim margin. the opposition labor party is calling for a election. they said they would consider a extension if they decide to have a second referendum. more people are calling out for vice president joe biden to be called out for with a call a history of inappropriate behavior. lucy flores accuses him of kissing her on the back of her head back in 2014. a representative for biden says
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he does not remember the incident the same way, but allows her to tell her story. democratic resident candidates are responding. >> i believe lucy flores and joe biden needs to give an answer. >> i believe lucy flores. >> we need to live in a nation where people can hear her truth. >> biden is the specter to announce his decision about whether not to run for president in the coming weeks. california's playing host this weekend to tulsi gabbard. >> we have self-serving politicians, people in positions of power, greedy corporations and special interest. they are all interested in acting for themselves. leaving the rest of us behind. >> she addressed supporters
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yesterday in los angeles. she spoke about hateful speech in social media. beto o'rourke is in his home state of texas to kick off his campaign for president. >> today, and for 100 years, the community has welcomed generations of immigrants from across the rio grande, some having traveled hundreds of miles. some having traveled thousands of miles, trying to escape totality, violence, and crushing poverty. to find a better life. >> reporter: he had quite a crowd. thousands of supporters attended his rally yesterday. he outlined some of the key issues in the campaign, such as comprehensive immigration reform , and he promised that he would serve as the president unifies people of all macros, no matter their faith, sexual preference, or political beliefs. president trump will come to california at the end of the week for a big money campaign
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fundraiser. tickets for the event or $50,000. if you like a photo with the president, that is $50,000. if participating in a roundtable discussion, $150,000.'s will be president trump's third visit to la since taking office 2 years ago. in contrast, former president barack obama visited los angeles and orange county more than 20 times during his first couple of years as the president. imprisonment is not stopping drug lord el chapo from business interest. they are launching a fashion line bearing his lane. they will have items ranging from facebook apps to denim jackets. he agreed to the deal in mid- february after being convicted. the first clothes are expected to be released in the summer. beyonci and the movie black panther were big winners at the image awards. jan say was named entertainer of the year. she beat out for the position.
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empire actor jussie smollett was a no-show at the image awards. he was nominated for best supportive actor, but lost to jesse williams. he's accused of faking a racist attack on himself in january were prosecutors decided to dismiss all felony counts against him this past week. the giants begin a big series against the dodgers tomorrow and that is in southern california. by the way, they got the first wind yesterday, taking on the padres. we will highlight the game up, coming up. it is a holiday of the stupid. april fools' day. the silly plans in store for st. stupid's day parade in san francisco.
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dancing in the moonlight. thank you so much for all your requests this morning. we're getting a live look there from san francisco across the bay. it will be a beautiful day. you do not want to waste at this one. temperatures in the ranging from the mid 60s to mid 70s around the region for today. a cooldown and a cloudy pattern and some rain in the forecast. i have details today, coming up. one of the most recognizable landmarks. the eiffel tower has a big birthday. 130 years old. it opened on march 31, night 1889.
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it is part of the 1889 world's fair. and international landmark such as the golden gate bridge and the eiffel tower went dark last night for part of earth hour. it is to raise awareness about how much energy we use and how the world can come back. the city of hong kong turned off the nonessential lights to observe our, which was at about age:30 local time. the movement started in australia and has gained popularity. mark zuckerberg is calling for more government regulations. he said that to new regulations are needed in different areas. he says that the privacy rules that took effect in your blaster should be adopted in other parts of the world. facebook has faced criticism over data breaches, privacy concerns, and for being used to spread hate speech on their
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platform. the aclu is marking a major milestone of the weekend. the organization celebrating its 100th anniversary with an exhibition being held at jack london square in oakland. it is called the aclu 100 experience. that is part of a nationwide tour. american civil liberties union is hosting pop-ups across the country. organizers hope to educate people about their rights and freedoms. visitors can participating in a walk-through immersive experience that focuses on three of the aclu's biggest issues, mass incarceration, keeping immigrant families together, and voting rights. >> we want to increase access to the ballot for people who are being denied their voting rights, then today, we are really excited to be hosting a panel on use of force and ensuring the adequate standards are put in place so that members of the public are not been killed by police officers. >> the event is free and
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continues today and it starts this morning at 10:00. the weekend starts the mark start of the expansion at sfo. united began to daily seasonal service to amsterdam yesterday. tomorrow, they will increase the service to twice-daily. the airline says it is committed to growing san francisco as one of its mark a international hubs. the second to last blockbuster store closed australia today. blockbuster had more than 9000 scores at its peak. the company filed for bankruptcy in 2010. >> they were everywhere. how about sports? stanford is a win away. they beat missouri state 55-46 yesterday. the third round action of the
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tournament was a tough physical game. the defense was really the key. the held missouri state to 25% shooting from the field. that is the season low point. although missouri state tournament led stanford. they face the number 1 team notre dame at 6:00 tomorrow night for a shot at the final four. >> how about the men's tournament? we will find out later today the teams in the final four. there are two teams already in, texas tech defeated gonzaga. virginia one a absolute thriller against purdue. 80-75. today, duke will face michigan state and auburn is taking on kentucky for shot at the final four. extending hours. they will not be open seven days a week. the change is in
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response to the communities and people who have been asking for expanded hours during weekends. both levers are holding ceremonies this afternoon to mark the switch. tomorrow is april 1, april fools' day. in san francisco, hundreds of people are expected to turn out for something that is called the st. stupid parade. they encourage revelers to show up with anything silly. it starts at noon in embarcadero plaza. >> i don't want to get stupid over there. what a great day for a parade. it is beautiful. >> it is gorgeous. i say enjoy. we have changes on the way. that is not an april fools joke. is going to change. we're giving a view across the bay. you can see and barely make out the golden gate bridge. we have a little fog along the coastline inside the bay as well. visibility is looking good if you are getting onto the highways this morning. high pressure control for one
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more day. it is going to be broken down and replaced by wet weather. not only as we get into monday and tuesday timeframe, but wednesday and thursday, friday and saturday, there's a possibility as well. scattered showers on their way. it is going to be several days of just unsettled weather. i will stay with you i mean there. we will look at the futurecast. in the back and, i will show you the number expected for today. here's a look at what we are seeing as we get into monday afternoon in northern california. the sierras picking wet weather. it goes down to the north bay. we consume events going on. it looks like it could be soggy and tuesday. the snow levels are dropping down to 6000 feet. that is long i 80. here's a look at wednesday afternoon. mostly cloudy and mainly dry. here's a look at thursday. a little soggy and not too bad. friday afternoon into saturday
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morning. this is like it could be the wettest of them all. be prepared and do not put away the rain jacket just yet. you will not need a for today, probably cloudy skies and increasing clouds by tonight. 54 degrees for downtown san francisco. upper 50s for these bayshore. into the south bay, we have 53 degrees in san jose. a little bit of a tour here for folks who want to get out and about. 54 in redwood city. shifting into the east bay where we already in the 60s. 61 umbrella word in brentwood. the valley locations with the upper 60s for san francisco. upper sixes for the east bay from oakland through hayward. mid-70s in the forecast for concorde, brentwood, antioch, livermore, you will go to 74. a pleasant day in pleasanton. 73 for santa cruz. here's a look at the coliseum for today. if you're going to go watch the
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a's play, it will be nice and mild. upper 60s with the northwest breeze in about 15. extended forecast lusted out for you. temperatures dropping back to mid 60s. have the umbrellas handy. >> just in case. thank you. a restaurant that pioneered california cuisine is doing some spring cleaning.-find some bargains and get a chance to meet chef alice waters of chez panisse.
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the giants finally found their first win of the season. 3-2 victory in san diego. we will start with a little pottery defense. we have manny machado on a foul. there is a nice little stretch. the giants finally got on the board here. with a 3 run inning, that is evan longoria, what down the line. 1 run would come in. the giants go on to win the final was 3-2. the a's were the winners last night. there was a two run single. there were a couple of hits in the game. and this is gone. there is a 2-1 bomb. very solid on the ground as they improve to 2-3 for the
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year. >> it is a sure sign that spring is in. daffodil hill opens this weekend. thousands of people traveling from aisles. they sat in traffic and search for parking way too long lines just for look at the golden carpet of flowers. >> the drive was about an hour and a half and the wait was about an hour and a half. it is totally worth it and it is beautiful up here. it is a beautiful day. we really enjoyed it very much. >> daffodil hill will be open daily from 10:00 until 7:00, weather permitting. it is not known how long the season will last because we have more rain in the forecast scheduled for early april. the restaurant chez panisse is hosting a yard sale today. waters will be there in her iconic hats to sign books and
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posters. she is known for pioneering locally grown california cuisine. the fleamarket runs from 10:00 until 3:00 this afternoon. all right. what a day to go out and enjoy. we have a car show up in pleasanton. >> we have the chez panisse yard sale. we have some spring fever going on for today. gorgeous weather coming our way. mild to warm. we're looking at the golden gate bridge were temperatures her into the afternoon. for the inland communities, into the 70s. 60s around the bay. 60s for san francisco. some of the warmest temperatures we have seen the season. as well as we get into the week ahead. we will take a look at that. unsettled weather returns the bay area. mid-60s on tuesday, wednesday, thursday. the patterns which could actually go into next weekend. have the umbrella ready. >> enjoy the day. enjoy the nice weather. thank you for joining us
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this morning. you can tune into the latest news development on ktvu or on our website, ktvu.com. >> we are going to leave with a little bit of kc and the sunshine band. we love sun sign and we are loving the weather. thank you for the request, josef martmnez. ♪that's the way i like it itreat them all as if, they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe.
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pg&e wants you to plan ahead by mapping out escape routes and preparing a go kit, in case you need to get out quickly. for more information on how to be prepared and keep your family safe, visit pge.com/safety.
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