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one person is dead, two others seriously injured. the unusual way police found and arrested the man responsible. good morning. take a look at that shot. a beautiful shot this morning over highway 4 as the sun is coming up. it is shaping up to be a gorgeous sunday morning for you. welcome to "mornings on 2", i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach.
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let's go to rosemary and talk more about the sunrise. >> it's nice out there. we have subtle changes. we have a little fog so we'll look at the visibility issues in some areas. let's start with a live look. isn't that another gorgeous one? looking to the east, sun rose 20 minutes ago and you can see some of that low-lying fog moving through. it's not going to last for long. we'll have mostly sunny skies today but in the meanwhile we do have visibility down especially for parts of the east bay. in the north bay you're in great shape if you're stepping out early. as we shift into the east bay, just a little, visibility in concord eight miles. no problem there. but livermore reporting visibility to about a half- mile. it will be with us for the next half-hour or so, then it clears, and you'll have mostly sunny skies for the morning and afternoon. 38 degrees in napa. this is one of the chillier spots. 40s in areas like novato and
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santa rosa. 58 mountainview. east bay shoreline, halfmoon bay, partly cloudy skies and 43. as we get into the second half of the afternoon soaring above the seasonal average, once again even expected to hit 80 in areas like antioch today, upper 70s in livermore. 73 hayward. for the peninsula this afternoon, 72 san mateo, 74 redwood city. into the south bay 76 san jose. pacifica 65 this afternoon. with partly cloudy skies. we will see a cooldown as we get back to work monday and then a big warm-up coming later in the week. i'll show that you extended forecast coming up. one person is dead, two others are in critical condition after a car crash. police say the driver of one of the cars involved had been driving recklessly and had led police on a chase just before that crash. this all happened about 9:30 last night on 24th street and
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gainor avenue. allie with more. >> reporter: the driver accused of causing the crash ran away and police couldn't find him but overnight richmond police did locate that man and did arrest him. he's now going to be facing gross vehicular manslaughter charges. that is what he was arrested for during the overnight hours. he was accused of causing this crash that killed a 24-year-old man and seriously injured two others. two men also in their 20s. the three people in the car were driving down 24th street near gainor when they were broadsided by the suspect driver who was fleeing police. how did police find and arrest the man? well, according to richmond police who told us this morning the man who apparently caused the crash called dispatch hours after that crash claiming he had been carjacked. once detectives went to his house, interviewed him, saw his vehicle police say the man made some statements that revealed he had been -- not been carjacked and had in fact
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caused that crash. again he was arrested for gross vehicular manslaughter and police tell us this morning he also appeared to have been driving under the influence. we're hoping to talk with richmond police more about this later this morning. we will remain out here and bring you an update later in the show. back to you. the search continues for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san francisco police. >> they hit the person and she went flying. >> police say 42-year-old bridget klecker was hit at a crosswalk and kearney and california friday night. after hitting her it struck another person and injured them near union square. and then at market hit a car full of people but no one was hurt there. the men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. >> the suspects in the vehicle were armed and did commit
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numerous violent felonies. >> bridget klecker ran several cafes in mountainview. she died at the hospital. >> she was one of the nicest warmest person i've known. didn't have a mean bone in her body. she was super nice. would always help you. >> police say they located the stolen car on treasure island, officers searched the area but couldn't find the robbers. overnight closures on a section of the nimitz freeway in oakland start today. cal transwill shut down the northbound and southbound lanes of i-880 between 23rd and 29th avenues. the closures will take place everyday from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. through thursday morning. let's look at 880. so far pretty light. it's a live picture of 880 right near the coliseum. several miles south of tonight's closure is what we're looking at. this is all part of a 19-month long project. it appears a major
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intersection of san francisco will be reopening on time tonight. the intersection of van ness avenue and gary street has been shut since friday night. construction crews are building a tunnel for the future california pacific medical center with medical offices across the street. this weekend crews were installing the framework for the underground work scheduled for this summer. later this month van ness will close again so crews can finish the framework. the 8 foot tall art deco clock is back. workers began reinstalling it this weekend. it was removed last august so its electric motor, hands and other features could be rebuilt. crews will work the next few weeks to re-attach the arms and neon numbers. that work is part of a $2 million seismic retrofit project. a military protest is scheduled to take place today on the golden gate bridge. demonstrators will be wearing black and carrying a coffin to the center of the bridge around
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noon. they want to protest and raise awareness about u.s. citizens in yemen. protesters say u.s. government officials have made no efforts to evacuate them. in two hours from now hillary clinton is expected to formally announce that she's running for president. sources say she will post a video message on her twitter page. clinton has been busy assembling a campaign team that political analysts predict could ultimately raise up the $2 billion shattering all campaign fundraising records. >> it's great to see so many supporters of hillary here today and we know we are part of a national grassroots movement. we are but a small sliver of hillary clinton nation! [ cheering and applause ] >> clinton's advisors say after the on-line announcement she will visit states that hold early caucuses and primaries. she's expected to stump in iowa as soon as tomorrow but don't
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expect clinton to spell out her positions immediately. advisors say she'll sprinkle out her ideas in upcoming months to maximize press coverage. women remain the strongest supporters. a gallup poll shows 56% of women have a favorable opinion of her compared to 32% who have a negative opinion. men are more evenly split. 44% according to the poll have a favorable opinion of clinton. 45% do not. the republican senator from florida, marco rubio will announce his own presidential candidacy tomorrow at an event in miami. the 43-year-old rubio is the son of cuban immigrants and in 2006 he became florida's first cuban american house speaker. rubio has scheduled several television network interviews this week. happening today -- florida governor rick scott is in california trying to lure companies away from the golden state. scott is on a two-day trade mission to southern california. he's trying to convince shipping companies to switch coasts. this all comes on the heels of
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labor disputes on west coast ports. last month he did write an open letter to california businesses saying florida offers a much better business climate. california governor jerry brown who took part in the festival yesterday says he welcomes the challenge. >> everybody wants to come to silicon valley, looking at the biocome anding a vulture -- and agriculture. i don't find many californians going to florida looking for jobs. >> you may recall two years ago the texas governor also came to california to try to court businesses. he tried to convince tesla to build a battery facility in texas. tesla decided to do it in nevada. should doctors took to the picket line yesterday at student health clinics on university of california campuses in southern california. organizers say administrators acted unfairly during negotiations for the physicians' first contract. they accuse the administration of refusing to provide financial information necessary to negotiate contracts and
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boost health center resources. more strikes are scheduled for tomorrow and tuesday. uc officials say replacement providers have been called in to work during the strike. ucsf is offering free dental screenings today for children ages 17 and under. the event kicks off at 11:00 this morning. it continues until about 3:30 this afternoon. this is all happening at 3rd street and newcomb avenue. you don't need an appointment and it takes about 15 minutes to get the cleaning and for patients to get a fluoride treatment. organizers say the goal is to clean as many mouths as possible. a new invention created in response to the boston marathon bombing. how the new system could improve communication in the event of an emergency. >> you could prime a room or country or stadium in a matter of moments. >> he was a big advocate for cancer research here in the bay area. coming up at 7:30. how dozens of people remember a giant fan who lost his life to cancer.
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♪ you are the sunshine of my life♪ >> how pretty is that? giving you a live look at the sun coming up over mount diablo this morning. you can see low cloud cover creeping through the bay area. it's not going to last for too long. pleasant weather on tap for sunday afternoon. we'll have the numbers coming up. wednesday marks the second anniversary of the boston marathon bombing. a police department in massachusetts is now testing an invention that was created in response to the attack. cell phone and other communication networks in and around boston were overwhelmed following the bombings and as a result many calls to 911 couldn't get through. so that is why a college professor developed what she calls spider radio. it's a communications system that prioritizes cell phone
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calls during emergencies. >> as soon as it relays, there's a demand for a bigger band system. it's immediately automatically going to gather all the bands that are available to the device so they can do whatever rescue and search operations they need to do. >> the system will give preference to calls made by first responders and can reroute calls to carriers that have less cellular traffic, even utilizing wi-fi signals to patch calls through. there are events throughout the boston area this month in observance of the bombing. survivors of the attack have been taking part in commemorative blood drives. the boston mayor will also lead a moment of silence on wednesday. the bombings killed three people and injured 260 others. last week a jury found dzhokhar tsarnaev guilty of that attack. sentencing begins on the 21st, he's eligible for the death penalty. the attorney for a southern california man beaten by several sheriffs' deputies says his client is doing well while
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recovering in jail. on thursday a tv news helicopter captured sheriffs' deputies tasing and repeatedly punching and kicking 30-year- old francis pusock. investigators say he tried to escape arrest on a stolen horse. the incident has led to an fbi civil rights investigation and 10 deputies being placed on a pending internal investigation. time now for today's front pages in "the new york times." the top story features a photo of president obama and the cuban leader raul castro. the headline reading "obama meets cuban leader making history." president obama describes his face-to-face meeting with raul castro as "candid and fruitful." it's the first time that leaders of the two countries met face-to-face in a half century. the two presidents talked for an hour in a closed-door session yesterday at the summit of the americas in panama. insiders tell "the new york times" there was no tension in the room but the two leaders didn't agree on everything.
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>> no one should entertain illusions. it's true we have many differences but are willing to make progress in the way the president has designed. >> i'm optimistic we'll continue to make progress and that this can indeed be a turning point. not just between the united states and cuba but for greater cooperation among countries across the region. >> the two presidents are committed to opening embassies in each country but the u.s. hasn't received assurances that diplomats will be allowed to move freely. on the front page of "the sun times" in chicago you see photos of the tornado damage from western illinois. "that little basement saved everybody." 12 people survived this tornado after hiding out in the restaurant where they worked. at home the drought continues to be a top story. on the front page of "the san francisco chronicle" it features a green lush lawn from beverly hills. "rich water waisters slow to turn off the tap." beverly hills has been ranked
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among the state's biggest water waisters. a lot of green grass at 90210. >> yeah. not much at mine. >> mine neither. i was at the game last night. the wind was kicking up. it was chilly but this morning i noticed no chill in the air. >> napa this morning, sinking to about 38 degrees. let's step outside and look at a change. that we're also noticing this morning. low clouds there. just sitting, squeezed in between. low clouds not going to last long but as we talked about at the top of the hour even visibility down to a half-mile in livermore this morning. those low clouds along the coastline swl as well. ridge of high pressure in place. you can see with the formation of the clouds it's flattening out a little.
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there's a system on the back side that is going to creep a little bit into california. not going to bring us any rain. maybe a little bit of drizzle but it's going to cool us down. so i'll show you, as we get into sunday afternoon we'll be mostly sunny. as we get into the second half of the day temperatures above average again. a lot of 70s. we'll look at those numbers in a moment. as we get into monday there's that front moving through. you can see northern corner of california here getting some rain. it slides through as we move into monday evening. by 11:00 or so there's the front. you can see how it's pretty much just fallen apart as it moved a little closer to the bay area. while we sleep late monday night into tuesday maybe a little bit of drizzle. in any case i think the more notable change for us on monday is going to be the cooler weather. that system will provide us with it. for today back in the 60s and 70s. 60s at the coast. 70s inland. the winds 10 to 15 miles per hour and could pick up. be a little locally breezy in other spots. monday is going to be a cooler
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day with partly cloudy skies and temperature falling back into the 60s, perhaps where we should be for this time of year. temperatures now in napa 38 degrees. 49 in novato. peninsula 52. san francisco 51. 46 redwood city, 50 in mountainview and 50 san jose. if we shift to the east bay, upper 40s to low 50s along the east bay shoreline. for inland communities, shoreline pittsburg 53. going out to see the as play? going to be another beautiful day, 70 degrees, mostly sunny skies. the winds not as brisk in the afternoon. temperature for today, 75 for sonoma. 73 san rafael. 73 richmond. upper 60s in sausalito. to the east bay, 74 in areas around oakland, for the second half of the afternoon. 73 hayward. upper 70s in pleasanton. antioch is 80 today.
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san jose 86. for the peninsula, 74 in areas around mountainview, menlo park, redwood city and 69 san bruno. fairly mild day for pacifica and halfmoon by a. mid-60s there. as we get into the business week, there's that number, dropping back into the upper 60s. so it will be cooler. you'll notice it. but it doesn't last long. by tuesday we're clearing out and by wednesday into thursday we're flying. upper 70s and low to mid-80s for inland communities. which is hot, warm. it's national grilled cheese day. grilled cheese lovers in the bay area are in for a special treat. >> that's right. it's in san francisco. and there will be a special event to celebrate. it will include live music, bottomless mimosas and beer specials. >> 12 food trucks will be at
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the event each serving their own grilled cheese sandwiches. >> adam is going to do a corned beef mac and cheese grilled cheese. >> wow. it will cost you $20 to buy a tasting passport. then you vote on the best grilled cheese. that ticket gets you five half- sandwiches from the food trucks and drink of your choice. >> it starts 11:00 this morning and continues until 5:00 tonight. oakland-based clorox is apologizing. coming up at 7:45 -- the controversial tweet that sparked outrage and how it involves apple's i-phone. >> and the blue angels made history this weekend.
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my name is tony sartorio. i'm a lineman for pg&e out of the concord service center. i have lived here pretty much my whole life. i have been married for twelve years. i have 3 kids. i love living here and i love working in my hometown. at pg&e we are always working to upgrade reliability to meet the demands of the customers. i'm there to do the safest job possible - not only for them, but everybody, myself included that lives in the community. i'm very proud to do the work that i do and say that i am a lineman for pg&e because it's my hometown. it's a rewarding feeling.
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blue angels are making history. for the first time the group took to the skies with a female pilot. 27-year-old marine captain katie higgins piloted the c- 130. yesterday's show took place in south carolina. the pilots wowed the crowd by flying their jets close to 18 inches from each other. at times speeds reached up to 700 miles per hour. >> that was awesome just to be able to see them be able to come in and do some of the flips and twists and the it was
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exciting. >> it's been four years since the blue angels last performed in south carolina due to cutbacks in the navy's budget. next weekend they are going to be performing in corpus christi, texas. bart is hoping its new fleet of cars will eventually resolve complaints about -- from riders about overcrowding. according to the chronicle weekday ridership now averages 420,000 people, that is 100,000 more than there were five years ago. the federal government recommends cars carry a maximum of 115 people. some bart cars however are stuck with 140 riders or more during busy commutes. bart plans to roll out new trains but not until september of 2016. the new trains have fewer seats per car but there's more standing room. bart is also hoping to run longer trains and more of them. the golden state warriors begin the playoff run starting next weekend. still a couple more regular season games to wrap up. minnesota timber wolves in town last night, second quarter curry with a dish to the wing. barnes with the three, warriors
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up 9 and third quarter more steph, moving without the ball. he throws it up, good and the foul. and why not one more? clock be ticking in the third, curry knows it, pops back beyond the arc and it's good. curry with 44 points on the night. warriors now won 37 games at home, a franchise record. 7:26. today we're going to try something a little different. we want to you choose a story that you would like to see on air this morning. >> right now there's a vote on our ktvu facebook page. would you like to see highlights from the masters and hear from the 21-year-old on top of the leaderboard now? >> or would you rather see the dramatic end to the sacramento rivercats game? the results are split right now. vote on our facebook page and we'll show you the winning video at 8:20. when it comes to earthquakes and the next big one, we have to talk about the san andreas and hayward falls
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but what about concord? why scientists are concerned. >> it started with a reckless driver, then led to a chase but richmond officers say it's what happened after they lost sight of the driver that ended with one person dead, two others injured. >> unseasonably warm weather continues for sunday afternoon. how much above the seasonal average will we be?
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time for some of the top stories we're following. one person is dead, two others in critical condition after a police chase and then a crash in richmond. it happened at about 9:30 last night at 24th and gainor avenue. police say the officers spotted a car driving recklessly. that car sped off when officers tried to stop it. police chased the vehicle for a few minutes but eventually lost sight of it. shortly after they then discovered the car had crashed into another vehicle killing the passenger and injuring the driver. one person was also found injured on the sidewalk. >> we don't know at this point if that person was a pedestrian and was hit by one of the vehicles involved in the collision or if he was actually in one of the vehicles at this time. >> police say the suspect ran off on foot but was later arrested. the california highway patrol and contra costa district attorney's office are involved in the investigation.
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>> this person went flying after being hit. >> the search continues for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san francisco police. 42-year-old bridget klecker was hit while in a crosswalk at concerny and california friday night. after hitting bridget klecker the car struck and hit another person near union square and south of market hit a red light and hit a car full of people but no injuries there. the men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. the 8 foot tall art deco clock above the golden gate bridge toll plaza is back. it was removed last august so its electric motor and other mechanical features could be rebuilt. crews will work the next few weeks to re-attach the arms and neon numbers. i still can't get over these 80-degree temperatures that you're talking about. it's going to be hot but today still mild?
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>> nice. >> sunny? >> exactly. we have another good day coming up. 70s for inland communities. i have one 80 on the map. i'll show that you in a moment. first, a beautiful view over the oakland estuary, a little fog this morning. you can see that temperatures are on the cool side for some of us. napa checking in at 38 degrees. definitely one of the chillier spots. 50 concord and 49 in san jose. a little bit of fog to speak of. concord 8-mile visibility. we have great visibility in santa rosa, napa. look at livermore. down to about a half-mile visibility. earlier this morning. now down to quarter mile. that stretch along 580 in and out of livermore you'll find this. temperatures soaring above the seasonal average once again. here's a comparison. 68 in santa rosa, where we typically warm to. 76 expected for your afternoon today.
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san francisco, you'll be 4 degrees above the seasonal average. into oakland more like 8 and san jose 7 degrees above the seasonal norm. here's the afternoon highs -- 80 antioch. 78 livermore. 76 santa rosa. 73 san rafael, 67 san francisco. a lot of 70s along the peninsula. redwood city and san mateo mid- 60s 60s. pacifica, half-moon bay and daly city, 60s. temperatures cool as we get back to work on monday. that extended forecast coming up. concern is growing over an earthquake fault that runs under central concord. the 11-mile fault stretches from the carquinas strait to the mount diablo foothills. scientists say it's capable of producing a catastrophic yolk. according to the times, if it happens it could leave northern
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california with less access to fuel. the u.s. geological survey says there's only a 3% to 4% probability of a magnitude 6.7 or higher earthquake on that concord fault over the next 30 years. potential threat of a shooting has security on high alert at the cal state east bay campus in hayward. the threat overheard by a student who reported it to officials. university spokesman jeff bliss says alerts were sent out friday by e-mail, text and on social media. extra patrol cars on the officers on -- and officers on bikes are patrolling as a precaution. >> officer cars are running around. so i'm not too hesitant about walking around. i know i'm safe. they are asking questions like are you ok? do you need this, do you need that? pretty safe environment so far. >> we have to take everything seriously like that. it's the way things are these days. >> some campus events were cancelled yesterday like a fraternity fundraiser but campus pours, a premed
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conference and other activities went on as scheduled. san diego county man accused of trying to kidnap a 7- year-old girl at her school is free on $2.5 million bail. 22-year-old jack duchet accused of putting duct tape around her mouth and ordering her to get into his suv last month. police say when she struggled and fought back he let her go and drove off. as a condition of his bail he must wear a gps anklet and be taken to an in-patient mental health facility. a neighbor of the girl says she's relieved he's not being released on bail into the community. >> i'm fine with the fact he's in a facility getting, hopefully the mental help he needs. >> prosecutors say his dna was found on the duct tape, that was put on the girl's face during the attack. he could face 11 years in prison if convicted. san francisco police chief greg suhr says a court indirectly kept secret racist
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text messages written by some officers. the internal affairs division obtained the text in september of 2012 after being tipped off by federal prosecutors who were investigating three policemen in an unrelated case. however, greg suhr tells the chronicle a federal protective order in that case kept the texts from being made public. he didn't learn about the texts until january. musician shot and killed outside of a bar in oakland will be laid to rest wednesday. 26-year-old emilio nevarez died easter morning. he was bringing out equipment when he was hit by a stray bullet. his funeral will be held at the holy rosary catholic church in antioch wednesday afternoon. there's a $25,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest in that case. hundreds of people came together at at&t park to remember a young man known by his friends as the heart and soul of the giants. yesterday the team opened the park to honor the life of brian rozelle. the 30-year-old giants fan died
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monday from a rare form of bioduct cancer after being diagnosed three years ago. he became a spokesman of cycle for survival, an organization that raises money for cancer research. >> this is amazing. very surreal but exactly what he would have wanted. i don't know, in my head right now he's going like, yes, best party ever! >> his father says his son died as he lived, at peace surrounded by his family and his closest friends. the bay area air quality management district wants to require all bay area property owners to convert their wood- burning fireplaces or wall them off the plan calls for replacing hem with gas or electric ones to prevent air pollution. homeowners and business owners would have to make the change when selling their properties. a public meeting is going to be held tomorrow night to discuss the proposal from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at san rafael's city hall.
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meetings already held in several other cities. cal fire is gearing up for what could be a very busy wildfire season. this year they are getting help from the national guard. the two agencies took part in aviation fire training yesterday at the lake. helicopters are essential for tackling fires in forests and steep terrain. >> we're in the fourth year of a very severe drought so it is making things even worse. we're seeing more and more fires every year. and larger, more devastating fires. >> last year more than 500,000 acres burned in california and close to 450 structures were destroyed. federal officials are investigating whether nestle is using expired permits to pipe water from a national forest and sell it as bottled water. for years nestle waters north america has been transported water across the san bernardino national forest as aarrowhead
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water but their permit expired in 1988. another one expired in 1994. a environmental review for another permit could take more than two years. the drought may be causing problems across the state but could be improving lake tahoe's clarity. researchers at uc davis say the average clarity last year was 77 possibility 8 feetp -- 77.8 feet, that's up from the previous year. it's the most year-to-year improvement in more than a decade. researchers say not a lot of rain and snow led to less sediment and other pollutants being washed into the lake. i want to introduce you to a 16-year-old i got a chance to meet. a student at san francisco galileo high school. he moved here a year and-a-half from china and there's a pretty good chance you can find him performing on the street. it's music that has helped him feel at home here in the united
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states. this sound. is something that has been with 16-year-old tao lee for almost as long as he can remember. it speaks to him as little else does. a year and-a-half ago the rhythm of this 16-year-old's life changed. he moved to a new country. a new school. and a new home. he first started to play in elementary school. the urhu is often described as the chinese violin. a few microphones ago while walking in -- a few months ago while walking in the san francisco chinatown li heard the familiar sound. >> i saw musicians, they play all kinds of cantonese music. >> reporter: since then he's
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been coming here. riding the bus after school. and on weekends. sometimes playing alone. >> reporter: often playing with the other street musicians. >> two months ago i played with them every week. >> reporter: only schoolwork keeps him from coming more. he comes because he loves to. >> i enjoy the music. >> the music itself is calming. >> reporter: as it calls to strangers on the street. >> it's very peaceful. >> simple notes. on a street corner. the two strings bridge what he knew. >> we usually play at night when i am in china.
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>> reporter: with what he knows. it is his past and his future. >> it may not be surprising but he wants a career in music eventually. >> he's on his way. >> i think so. a freeway is about to shut down in oakland. coming up at 8:00, more on the overnight closure and how you can get around it. >> it's a game that had fans on the edge of their seats. extra inning thriller.
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for over 60,000 california foster children a pair of new shoes is a small but important gift. to help, sleep train is collecting new shoes of all sizes. bring your gift to any sleep train and they'll be given to a local foster child in need.
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good morning. happy sunday. a quiet start to the day over the east bay hills. we'll have mostly sunny skies, temperatures into the 70s for the east bay. i've got a look at the numbers and your extended forecast coming up. your time 7:44. it's a time to look at some of the top stories that are trending for you this morning. the u.s. capitol building reopened after a shooting caused a security lockdown. police say a man killed himself in front of the western portion of that building. the shooter did have a backpack and rolling suitcase, that had authorities treating those items as suspicious. lawmakers are out of town for spring break but that area was packed with tourists for the cherry blossom festival. >> suitcase was sitting there. they started to clear everybody out immediately. moving everybody back here. securing the perimeter. >> the backpack and rolling suitcase were later cleared.
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the u.s. capitol police say they do not believe there's any terror connection to the shooting. clorox is apologizing for a controversial tweet that sparkedout rage. the tweet said "where's the bleach" in reference for the i- phone debut. some included the faces of black and brown people. clorox apologized in a formal statement and posted "wish we could bleach away our last tweet." nelly, hip hop star arrested on drug charges after a tennessee state trooper pulled over the private bus he was traveling in. authorities say they found marijuana and drug pair ferfaila that tested positive for methamphetamine on the bus. his lawyer believes nelly will not be associated with the contraband allegedly discovered. 40-year-old rapper became
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famous about 15 years ago with the album "country grammar." let's get rosemary. she's just hanging out. who knows what she's doing back there? >> it so happens to be national grilled cheese day. i'm caught up in this. >> what are you learning about that? anything? >> i saw a sandwich this tall. how do you like your grilled cheese sandwich? >> toasted, simple. maybe a little bacon in there. >> claudine likes tomato on hers. >> not in it i like tomato soup. >> oh, you like to dip it. >> yes. >> i like it crispy on the outside with a little bit of cheese. >> focus, rosemary, focus. givings you a look into san francisco. over the bay from san francisco, where you can see a little bit of fog this morning. it's another nice start to the day. as we get into the afternoon temperatures will be above average once again. upper 30s in napa. 54 oakland and 49 for san jose. ridge of high pressure remains in control of our weather pattern for today.
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so 60s at the coast. 70s for inland communities. the winds generally light, could be a little locally breezy again for the afternoon but that storm track still well to the north of us. it's actually going to creep a little closer to the bay area as we get into monday but i think the more notable change is going to be the cooldown. so we have a system, weak front that will clip the west corner of california, bring cloud cover back and late tomorrow night and overnight hours a little drizzle, that is about it. for monday temperatures will be coming down and will be partly cloudy as we get back to work. temperatures right now, 48 in livermore. 48 walnut creek. 44 santa rosa. 50novato. and napa definitely one of the chillier parts at 38. 51 at sfo. no delays reported there so far. 58 mountainview and 46 half- moon bay. the low clouds back in some neighborhoods this morning. they won't last long, we'll be
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mostly sunny for the afternoon. a little fog. livermore reporting visibility down to even a quarter mile. if you're going to see the as play this afternoon we have a beautiful day, 70 at gametime. 1:05. westerly winds at 10 miles per hour. mostly sunny. going into the low 70s for the second half. let's look at the numbers. 75 sonoma as well as novato. 73 san rafael. to the east bay, 78 danville. livermore 78. brentwood warming to 80 degrees this afternoon. if you don't like it that warm head closer to the water, 74 san leandro. and south bay mid to upper 70s. beautiful day in santa cruz, 75 and mostly sunny. 74 redwood city. sunday streets going on today in san francisco. it's going took great mild day. extended forecast, temperatures again falling off as they get back on monday. then breezy behind that weak front tuesday, temperatures
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begin to climb, wednesday into thursday, even bigger warm-up coming our way with some of the warmer spots perhaps in the mid-80s by thursday. >> you mentioned that little possibility of wet wasn't even worth mentioning. >> i have to mention it because we may wake one a little bit of drizzle early -- >> but doesn't last. >> it's really not enough to bring us beneficial rain but for the little ones maybe walking to school, we'll track it for that. the oakland as getting ready to head out on a 10-game road trip. first today they wrap up their series against the mariners. at the coliseum yesterday, simon to left field and ross scores and the as take their first lead of the game. top of the eighth two on for nelson cruz who rips the dan otero pitch sending it to who knows where. 4-2 seattle but the as bounce
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back. lowery deep to left, drives in a run and we're all tied at 4- 4. as had a chance in the 10th and in the 11th seattle rallies for a run and they win 5-4. giants hope to split the four-game series in san diego today. padres got a jump on it last night. bad news out of the box for the giants, third baseman casey mcgee flies out in the first and in the process strains his left knee and was pulled from the game. madison baumgartner on the hill, didn't last long, three innings, giving up 5 earned runs. one highlight for the giants, joaquin areas in for the hurt. 5-1 padres, but san diego rolls in this one, 10-2 the final. jake peevey goes for the vints in today's matinee. giants players can't wait for tomorrow's home opener against the colorado rockies. on our preview show the second baseman talked about how special it is to put on that
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giants uniform each day. >> i'm blessed to be one of the second basemen, there's many more out there. i know i have to continue to work to get better. >> it's not how good you are, it's how well you play. it's in the moment. if you can play better baseball, whatever that means in a certain inning and certain game you're going to win a lot of playoff games. we've been able to do that three times around. >> who is excited? first pitch is 1:35. the giants will raise that world series pennant. tune in to fox 2 for complete coverage ahead of tomorrow's home opener starting with "mornings on 2", i'll be there early on the field. i'll have live reports from at&t park beginning at 6:00 a.m. sports anchor joe fonzie will be joining me on the field starting 7:00 a.m. then at noon we'll have a one- hour special which includes sal castaneda. a dramatic arrest caught on video. the questions now being raised about whether or not police used too much force on a
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teenaged suspect. >> we are letting you pick what you see on the show today. we have a poll now going on our facebook page. would you rather see the masters? or the rivercats? vote now.
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a south carolina man shot and killed by a police officer has been laid to rest. a funeral was held yesterday for 50-year-old walter scott.
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scott was shot and killed during a traffic stop. the shooting was caught on camera by a bystander. officer michael slager has been charged with murder and fired from the police force. >> their son is going to be remembered for changing the way that we look at each other. because next time something does happen to an individual, be he african-american you will now think maybe there's another side to the story. >> congressman james clyburn says body cameras may help but more needs to be done. >> we've got problems in this country and we better start -- stop pretending that we don't. the only way to solve problems is first admit you have them. >> a justice department spokesperson says the fbi has launched its own investigation into that shooting. in virginia, police are investigating an officer's use of force after cell phone video shows him using a taser on a teen during an arrest.
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[shouting] [screaming] >> get out of the vehicle now! get out! you going to get it again! >> you're looking at video from a traffic stop in early january. three friends say they were stopped by virginia beach police for suspicion of marijuana. 17-year-old brandon wine refused to get out of the car and after he was maced police then pulled out a taser. >> taseing him completely unnecessary. he was not a threat, his hands are up, he's clearly immobilized by the pepper spray and effects of the pepper spray. they could have dragged him out. >> the driver recorded the video on her cell phone camera. she says when she got her phone back from police she thought the clip was gone but says the next day she found it in her recently deleted folder and internal affairs investigators said they are looking into the allegations. pope francis has marked the 100th anniversary of the armenian genocide but calling
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its the first genocide of the 20th century. the pope says it's his duty to honor the innocent men and women and children killed by the ottoman turks. the pope's comments upset turkey. turkey summoned the vatican for a meeting. turkey denies the killings were genocide. it started with an attempted traffic stop that led to a police pursuit through the streets of richmond but it's the crash after the chase that proved deadly. one person was killed, two people critically injured. we'll have the latest on the investigation now underway. outside our doors this morning mostly sunny start. a little cool but temperatures will be soaring once again. i'll look at what you can expect for the afternoon and in the extended forecast, a bit of a cooldown before we warm up.
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western -- one person dead, another seriously injured. an unusual way police say they found and arrested the man responsible. beautiful sunrise this morning as sunday is off and running. we're looking live here over the pittsburg bay point area.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". it's sunday, april 12th. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning. i'm claudine wong. thank you for joining us. let's check that weather. it was a beautiful shot outside and rosemary is outside on our third-floor patio. how's it looking? >> reporter: it already looks and feels great out here. just a little bit of a cool weather chill in the air but that is going to go away as we get into the next hour or so. behind me fairly quiet. just a little light breeze at times, a little fog this morning. again temperatures are already beginning to turn around and with all this sunshine we'll be back above the seasonal average. let's look at some of the current conditions. 47 degrees in napa. a huge jump from an hour ago. when you had sunk down to about 38 degrees. that was one of the colder spots we were following. 49 degrees now walnut creek. get around the bay, mid-40s to mid-50s. 55 san francisco. 55 at sfo and 54 mountainview. if you're heading to the farmers market i think it's already quite enjoyable out
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there. as far as the weather is concerned. 67 for the afternoon today. 74 oakland. if you're going to see the as play another gorgeous one. 76 san jose. 77 concord. to the north bay 76 santa rosa. even an 80 on that spot for you in antioch as well as brentwood. today's going to be the warmest day. we begin a cooling trend tomorrow but it doesn't last. we have a bigger warm-up coming our way late in the week. that is in the extended forecast coming up. new this morning -- richmond police have arrested a driver accused of causing a fatal crash after he led police on a chase. the crash happened around 9:30 last night at the intersection of 24th and gainor. allie rasmus live in richmond with what police are saying about the arrest and the victims. >> reporter: richmond police identified the victim as 24- year-old anthony glenn of richmond. he and two other men in their 20s were riding in their black honda civic 9:30 last night at
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24th and gainor when a black corvette broadsided them. glen died, two others in the car were critically injured. police say one of them was ejected from the car and police actually found him on the sidewalk. he is in critical condition at the hospital. police say before this crash happened they had tried to pull over the driver of that corvette for driving recklessly through the neighborhood. the driver refused to pull over and led police on a chase. >> he chased the vehicle throughout the neighborhood until he lost the vehicle as it turned southbound on 23rd street. >> reporter: a short time later officers found this crash scene a few blocks away on 24th street. the driver of the corvette ran away, police weren't able to find him immediately after that crash. however, a few hours later police say the driver of that corvette called them claiming he had been carjacked. when detectives arrived saw his car and interviewed the man they say he made several statements that revealed he had not been carjacked and that he
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was the earn responsible for -- the person responsible for the crash. he was arrested for vehicular manslaughter. and richmond police also believe he was driving under the influence. one of the police officers that was out here is going to update us in a little while. we'll bring that to you in about 30 minutes from now. the search continues for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san francisco police. >> the car hit this person and she went flying. >> police say 42-year-old bridget klecker was hit in a crosswalk friday night. after hitting her the car then struck and injured another person near union square. then south of market they ran a red light and hit a car full of people. no one was injured there. the men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. suspects in the vehicle were armed. and they did commit numerous violent felonies.
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>> bridget klecker was a food service manager who ran several calfise at google headquarters in -- cafes at google headquarters in mountainview. >> she was the nicest person i know. she will always help you. >> police say they located the stolen vehicle on treasure island, officers searched the area but couldn't find the robbers. overnight closures on a section of the nimitz freeway in oakland starts today. cal trans will shut down northbound and southbound lanes of i-880 between 23rd and 89th avenues -- 29th avenues. it takes place everyday through thursday morning. traffic so far very light on i- 880 this sunday morning. this is a live look near the oakland coliseum. several miles -- this is several miles south of tonight's closure. the closure part of a 19 month long project to replace the existing 29th avenue overcrossings. it appears a major san
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francisco intersection will be reopening on time tonight. the intersection of van ness avenue and gary street has been shut down since friday night. construction crews are building a tunnel for the medical center. they've been installing the framework for underground work scheduled for the summer. later this month the area will close again to finish the framework. the golden gate clock is back. according to the independent journal workers began to reinstall it this weekend. it was removed last august so electric motors and other mechanical features could be rebuilt. crews will work the next few weeks to re-attach the clock's arms and neon numbers. that work is part of a $2 million toll plaza seismic retrofit project. a military protest is scheduled to take place today on the golden gate bridges. demonstrators will wear black and carry a coffin to the center of the bridge, it's
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going to happen around noon. organizers say they want to protest against u.s. military involvement in other nations but their primary goal is to actually raise awareness about u.s. citizens in yemen. protesters say u.s. government officials made no effort to evacuate them. hillary clinton is expected to formally announce that she is running for president today. sources say she will post a video message on her twitter page. clinton has been busy assembling a campaign team that politicallablists predict could ultimately raise up to $2 billion. shattering all campaign fundraising records. >> it's great to see so many supporters of hillary here today and we know that we are part of a national grassroots movement. we are but a small sliver of hillary clinton nation. >> clinton's advisors say after today's on-line announcement she will visit states that could hold early caucuses and primaries. she's expected to stump in iowa as soon as tomorrow but don't
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expect clinton to spell out her positions immediately. advisors say she will sprinkle out her ideas in upcoming months to maximize press coverage. women remain clinton's strongest supporters. a gallup poll shows 56% of women have a favorable opinion of her. compared to just 32% who have a negative opinion. men are pore evenly split. 44% according to the poll have a favorable opinion. while 45% say they do not. the republican senator from florida, marco rubio will announce his own presidential candidacy tomorrow at an event in miami. the 43-year-old is the son of cuban immigrants, in 2006 became florida's first cuban- american house speaker. rubio has scheduled several television network interviews for this week. florida governor rick scott is in california trying to lure companies away from the golden state. he's on a two-day trade mission to sell in california. he's trying to convince shipping companies to switch
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coasts. this all does come on the heels of the labor disputes at west coast ports last month he wrote an open letter to california businesses saying florida offers a much better business climate. california governor jerry brown who took part in a festival in colusa county yesterday says he's not worried. >> everyone wants to come to silicon valley and look at our biocom and our agriculture. i don't find too many californians going to florida looking for jobs. >> you may recall two years ago texas governor perry also came to california to court businesses. he did try to convince tesla to build a battery facility in texas. tesla didn't choose texas or california, instead went to nevada. doctors took to the picket line on university of california campuses in southern california. organizers say administrators act the unfairly in the first contract. they accuse the administration of refusing to provide
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financial information necessary to negotiate contracts and boost health center resources. more strikes are set for tomorrow and tuesday. replacement health care providers have been called in to work during the strike. ucsf offering free dental screenings today for children age 17 and under. it will be in san francisco at the health and wellness fair. it's 11:00 this morning, and continues until 3:30 this afternoon. it all happens at 3rd street and newcomb avenue. you do not need an appointment, just need about 15 minutes to get the cleaning and then patients will also get a fluoride treatment. organizers say the goal of the event is to clean as many mouths as possible. he was a big advocate for cancer research in the bay area. coming up at 8:30 -- how dozens he remembered a giants fan who battled cancer. a new invention created in response to the boston marathon bombings. a new communications system that could help police better respond.
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good morning. giving you a live look of downtown san francisco. mostly blue skies, a few patches of fog. san francisco in the city 54 degrees. wednesday marks the second anniversary of the boston marathon bombings. a police department in
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massachusetts is now testing an invention that was created in response to that attack. cell phone and other communication networks in and around boston were overwhelmed following the bombings. as a result many calls to 911 couldn't get through and that is why a college professor developed what she calls spider radio. a communications system that prioritizes cell phone calls during emergencies. >> as soon as it relays, there's an automatic gathering of the bands that are available to the device so they can do rescue and search operations they need to do. >> a system will give preference to calls made by first responders and can reroute to carriers with less cellular traffic. it even utilizes wi-fi signals to patch calls through. there are events in the boston area this month in observance of the bombings. survivors of the attack have been taking part in commemorative blood drives. boston's mayor is also going to lead a moment of silence on
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wednesday. the bombings killed three people and injured 260 others. last week a jury found dzhokhar tsarnaev guilty of the attack. the sentencing phase of the trial begins on the 21st. he is eligible for the death penalty. time for today's front pages. "new york times" top stories features a story of president obama with raul castro. headline "obama meets cuban leader making history." president obama describes the meeting with raul castro as "candid and fruitful." it's the first time that leaders of the two countries have met face-to-face in a half century. the two presidents talked for an hour in a closed-door session yesterday at the summit of the americas in panama. insiders tell the "times" there was no tension in the room but the two leaders didn't necessarily agree on everything. >> no one should entertain illusions. it's true we have many differences but we're willing to make progress in the way the president described.
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>> i'm optimistic we'll continue to make progress and this can indeed be a turning point. not just between the united states and cuba but for greater cooperation among countries across the region. >> the two presidents are committed to opening embassies in each country but the u.s. has not received assurances that diplomats will be allowed to move freely. on the front page of "the sun times" in chicago you can see pictures of the tornado damage from northwestern illinois. headline "that little basement saved everybody." 12 people survived are a hiding out in the restaurant where they worked. at home the drought continues to be a very big top story. on the front page of the chronicle today it features a green lush lawn from the city of beverly hills. with the headline here reading "rich water wasters slow to turn off tap." beverly hills has been ranked among the state's biggest water wasters. >> they figure they can afford it. >> possibly.
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>> it's not just money, but also about supply. we don't have enough. your forecasts are not giving us more rain. >> you're right. >> just kidding, i'm just blaming you. we have is no weather coming our way -- nice weather coming our way. a pretty view over the berkeley area. the aquatic center i believe. we have mostly clear skies over most of the bay area. fog reported still in livermore along 580. visibility down to a half-mile. you may find some of that if you have an early morning drive. ridge of high pressure still in control of our weather pattern. temperatures will be above average once again for today. on the back side of this we do have a system that is going to creep into california. unfortunately it's not going to bring us any rain. perhaps a little bit of drizzle. i'll show what you i mean. here we are with a little patchy fog this morning. it burns away, we have mostly sunny skies for today. temperatures back into the 70s for most of us. 60s at the coast. i pushed into monday afternoon.
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we're already done with work. we've got a little rain here on the northwest corner of california. so this area, rebsent city, eureka, going to see light rain tomorrow. it eventually slides into the bay area but as it does you notice it falls apart and there's pretty much nothing left of it as it gets into our area. monday night, a few sprinkles here, maybe off the coastline. maybe a little drizzle. slides through while we're sleeping and then tuesday morning we wake up and it's already gone. i think monday the more notable item will be the cooler weather. today is one of the warmer days. 60s and 70 for the afternoon. rain stays north of the area for today. more in the way of cloud cover tomorrow. cooler day tomorrow. maybe a little bit of drizzle in the overnight hours. monday night into tuesday. 52 now in santa rosa. 54 san francisco. 50 livermore. hayward 53. san jose 52. for the afternoon today, mid-70 in petaluma. 77 st. helena. by the water going to be a nice
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day. sausalito will warm to 69. in the east bay, along the east bay shoreline, low 70s. berkeley, alameda, 74 for san leandro. 80 degrees expected for antioch as well as brentwood today. in the south bay, 76 morgan hill. 76 saratoga. afternoon highs for today in redwood city 74. that is a popular number. menlo park, palo alto, mountainview included there. 67 san francisco. just a beautiful day to be outdoors. mid-60s to upper 60s along the coast. extended forecast with the second half of the weekend in view, showing you today's going to be one of the warmer days. we drop off tomorrow. so monday night into tuesday the front swings through. temperatures take off wednesday into thursday with low to mid- 80s in the forecast for some of
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us by thursday. national grilled cheese day. grilled cheese lovers in the bay area are in for a special treat. in san francisco, there's a special event to celebrate. >> it will include live music, bottomless mimosas and beer specials. 12 food trucks will be there each offering their own custom grilled cheese sandwiches. >> some of the crazier sandwiches, adam is going to do a corned beef and hash mac and cheese grilled cheese. >> $20 will get you a tasting passport. ital how's to you vote on the best grilled cheese slinger and gets you five half sandwiches from the food trucks and drink of your choice. >> the event kicks off 11:00 this morning and continues until 5:00 tonight number the meantime if you med to our facebook page we have a conversation going about the
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best way to eat a grilled cheese sandwich. there are a lot of people already responding. some say they like it with tomato. i like it with tomato soup. >> dip it? >> dip it. the video also showed one with bacon. >> let's head out. >> should we leave now? maybe we'll stay. 8:21. the drought is causing problems across california. coming up at 8:45. we're going to tell you how it's actually having a positive impact on lake tahoe. >> you pick what you see on the newscast today. we have a poll on facebook. would you rather see highlights from the masters? or the dramatic end to the rivercats game?
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blue angels making history for the first time, the yucatan peninsula took -- group took to the skies with a female pilot. katie higgins piloted the c-130 known as fat albert. the show took place in south carolina and the pilots wowed the crowds by flying the jets as close to 18 inches from each other. at times speeds reached up to 700 miles an hour. >> it was awesome to be able to see them be able to come in and do some of the flips and twists. it was exciting. makes your heart pound a little bit. >> it's been four years since the blue angels last performed in south carolina.
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halves due to the cutbacks -- that was due to the accountback in the navy budget. next weekend they will be performing in corpus christi, and october coming back to the bay area for fleet week on the 10th and 11th bart hopes it's new fleet will stop complaints from riders about overcrowding. weekday ridership now averages 420,000 people which is 100,000 more than there were five years ago. the federal government recommends train cars carry a maximum of 115 people. some bart cars are however, stuffed with 140 riders or more during busy commutes. bart is planning to roll out new trains but not until september of 2016. and those new trains will have fewer seats per car. however, there will be more standing room. bart is also hoping to run longer trains and more of them. nasa will soon send two experiments to the international space station. it will be the sixth commercial
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cargo launch of the space- spacecraft. tomorrow's flight will carry a microbial tracking. it is also going to carry the first part of rodent research evaluating muscle atrophyy, eye structure and bone density changes in microgravity. the launch is set for tomorrow afternoon at cape canaveral air force station in florida. you voted and the results are in. for what story you would like to see from the poll. the winner is the sacramento rivercats, the aaa affiliate for the san francisco giants. showed their true colors last night with the amazing finish. the game went 18 innings, final ended after the walkoff grand slam by jared parker for the 6-5 win. fireworks went off after that. >> you earn that with 18
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innings. >> a grand slam walkoff. very cool. 8:26. cal fire, busy season. gearing up for what could be a top fire season. up next the agency is pairing up, who they are pairing with. >> concern is drawing over an east bay fault line. why scientists are watching this closely. >> fair weather remains in the forecast for the second half of your weekend. we'll check the current conditions and give you numbers for san jose and how about those oakland aas?
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♪ >> little punk rock on a saturday morning as we're waking up here. you're looking at the warm california sunshine, on the golden gate bridge. quite a number of people decided to put on the running shoes and head across that span into morinne county. >> i think that is the presidio 10k. i'm looking it up. >> you do that. >> 10 miles. ooh. 10 miles, 10k, 5-k fun run. they are coming from the presidio over the golden gate bridge. gorgeous morning for it. >> they picked a winner. blue skies, warm temperatures today. gets warmer later in the week. a little fog but you can see not at the golden gate bridge. >> let's talk about what you can expect as we get into your sunday. it was a cool start this morning but temperature are
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already beginning to turn around. giving you a look there at some of the fog that has creeped into the bay area. we've got san jose, front and center for you there. blue skies up above. mid and high level clouds, still sweeping across the area. not a lot of change going on for your afternoon. temperatures will be back above the seasonal norm. 38 degrees in napa earlier this morning. that temperature didn't update but he know it's warmer than that -- i know it's warmer than that now. visibility is good over the north bay. concord 10 miles of visibility. as i shift south just a little bit livermore still dealing with fog. visibility down to about a half- mile in this area where we've got the darker shade of gray. so along 580 a little trouble there. when it's very patchy like that it ask be very dangerous. you're not expecting it, comes out of nowhere. if you're traveling this morning that to be aware of. for the as game this afternoon, mostly sunny skies, 70 degrees at game time at 1:05.
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oakland warms to 74 for the second half of the day. a light westerly breeze to 10 miles per hour. so here's a look, again, we've got a little patchy fog. forecast model not really picking that up in areas like livermore but we know it's there. won't last long. we'll be mostly sunny for the second half of the day. as we get into the afternoon this color coding indicating a lot of 70s. 60s along the coast. 70s for most of us. the 60s you see inland are usually the hills and mountains but again we've got just a beautiful day coming our way. today's going to be one of the warmer days, we cool off for tomorrow, then a big heatup in the extended forecast. those numbers coming up. we are learning more about a story we first told but yesterday morning. the search is continuing for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san francisco police. >> 42-year-old bridget klecker was hit while in a crosswalk at kearney and california streets friday night. after hitting her the car struck and injured another person near union square.
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>> then south of market they ran a red light and hit a car full of people, no one was hurt there. those men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. new this morning -- richmond police arrested a driver accused of causing a fatal crash after he led police on a chase. that crash happened around 9:30 last night at the intersection of 24th and gainor. >> allie rasmus is live from richmond with what police are saying about the arrest and the victim. >> reporter: we just spoke to a richmond police lieutenant about this and he said that because this fatal crash started with a police pursuit the department has asked other agencies to come in and investigate. specifically contra costa county da's office and the chp. police identified the victim of this fatal crash as 24-year-old anthony nguyen of richmond, he and two other men also in their 20s were in a black honda civic driving in the area of 24th and gainor 9:30 last night when they were broadsided by the driver of a black corvette.
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anthony died at the scene, police say two others were injured. police say before the crash happened they had tried to pull over the driver of that corvette for driving recklessly through the neighborhood. the driver refused to pull over, police then started a pursuit and short time later, during the pursuit, it stopped around 23rd street when the officer could no longer see the driver of that corvette. a short time after that officers found the crash scene a few blocks away on 24th street. >> i viewed this whole thing as tragic. the simplest thing for that gentleman to have done was just to stop. when the police officer initially tried to effect the traffic stop. >> reporter: at that crash scene the driver of the corvette ran away. police weren't able to find him but a few hours later police say the driver of the corvette, a 20-year-old san pablo man called them claiming he had been carjacked. when detectives arrived, saw
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the car, evidence at the scene and talked to the driver they say he made several statements that revealed he had not been carjacked and that police believe he was the person responsible for that crash. the man, 20-year-old man from san pablo was arrested for vehicular manslaughter and police told us this morning they also believe he may have been driving under the influence. back to you. >> thank you very much. a potential threat of a shooting has security on high alert this weekend at the cal state east bay campus in hayward. that threat overheard by a student who reported it to officials. a university spokesman says alerts were sent out by e-mail, text and social media. extra patrol cars as well as officers on bicycles were seen patrolling the campus this weekend as a precaution. >> there are cars running around so i'm not too hastant because i know i'm -- hesitant because i know i'm safe. it's a pretty safe environment so far. >> we have to take everything seriously like that. it's the nature of things, it's
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the way things are these days. >> some campus events were cancelled yesterday like a fraternity fundraiser but campus tours, a premed conference and other activities went on as scheduled. in denver, three boys were arrested on suspicion of bringing handguns and a possible smoke device to their middle school. it happened at skinner middle school 8:30 friday morning. the school was locked down for an hour after students reported the boys to school officials. parents say police told them the weapons were found in lockers. >> we're going to make sure that we know that all of the -- we're going to dig, with everything that we have possible to find out how and why this occurred. >> police say it is not clear at this time why those weapons were brought on campus. a musician shot and killed outside of a bar in oakland is going to be laid to rest on wednesday. 26-year-old emliano nevarez died easter morning.
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bringing out equipment after a performance when he was hit by a stray bullet. his funeral will be at the holy rosary catholic church in antioch wednesday afternoon. there's a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case. hundreds came together at at&t park to remember a young man known by his friends as the heart and soul of the giants. yesterday the team opened the park to honor the life of brian rozelle. the 30-year-old fan died monday from a rare form of bile duct cancer. after being diagnosed three years ago he became a spokesman for cycle for survival, an organization that raises money for cancer research. >> this is amazing. very surreal but -- exactly what he would have wanted. i don't know, in my head right now he's going like, yes, best party ever! >> his father says his son died as he lived, at peace surrounded by family and
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closest friends. the giants organization is also honoring another one of its fans. the single a affiliate picked brian stow to throw the ceremonial first pitch. he's still too weak to throw it from the pitchers mound but says he's been practicing with a shorter distance and promises he'll throw a strike. the bay area wants fireplaces to be converted or walled off. the plan calls for replacing it with gas or electric ones in order to prevent air pollution. homeowners and business owners would have to make the change when selling their properties. a public meeting will be held tomorrow night to discuss the proposal from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the san rafael city hall. meetings were already in napa, almeida, san mateo and santa clara counties. this year cal fire is getting help from the national
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guard. the two agencies took part in aviation fire training yesterday. helicopters are essential for tackling woiferls in forests and steep terrain. both agencies are preparing to work this summer to fight hundreds of fires that could be fueled by the drought. >> we're in the fourth year of a very severe drought. we're seeing more and more fires every year and more devastating fires. >> last year more than 500, 000 acres burned in california and close to 450 structures destroyed. concern growing over an earthquake fault that runs under central concord. the 11-mile fault stretches from the carquinez strait to the mount diablo foothills. scientists say it's capable of producing a catastrophic earthquake. and could leave the entire half of northern california without easy access to fuel. because that fault line runs under critical infrastructure including refineries and railroad bridge. the u.s. geological survey says
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there's only a 3% to 4% probability of a magnitude 6.7 or higher earthquake on that concord fault in the next 30 years. the golden gate bridge clock is back. coming up at 9:00 -- look at the installation work and why it was taken down in the first place. >> it's the most elaborate car show in the world. up next, a look at the art that is giving "pimp my ride" a whole new meaning. >> if you wonder what you need to do today, we have a few options. it's the last day of the strictly sail boat show at jack london square in oakland. beginning 10:00. admission is free. more information at ktvu.com.
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welcome back. good morning. giving you a live look at the cruiseliner right inside the san francisco bay. doesn't that sound fun? a busy day in san francisco. you have sunday streets. cherry blossom festival continues. going to be a nice one. 67 for the afternoon and the current conditions coming up. piece of debris from the
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tornado that ripped apart northern illinois landed more than 100 miles away in racine, wisconsin. the check addressed to rochelle, illinois landed in matt's front yard. he says it didn't blow away after it landed because it was wet. >> i am hoping to find out who these people are. i really feel bad about them. gosh, i could imagine if this happened to me. >> he says he plans on sending the check back to its owner but says he's going to send it through an official route to make sure there's a mailbox ready to receive it. should federal officials are investigate -- federal officials are investigating whether nestle is using expired permits to pipe water from a national forest and sell it as bottled water. >> they've been transporting the water, bottled as arrowhead
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100% mountain spring water. >> their permit actually expired in 1988. another permit relating to a different contract expired in 1994. if you want to renew one of the permits it does require an environmental review which could take more than two years. we know the drought may be causing problems all across the state but could actually be improving lake tahoe's clarity. researchers at uc davis say the average collarrity last year -- clarity last year was 77.8 feet. >> it's up from the previous year. the most year-to-year improvement in more than a decade. researchers say not a lot of rain and snow led to less sediment and other pollutants being washed into the lake. we have video from a car show in texas. it's giving a whole new meaning to the phrase "pimp my ride." >> got more than 250 cars from all across the country there. very colorful, very unique.
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interesting vehicles with items on top of it like spiders. >> imagine driving by that on the street. this is actually the largest car art show in the world. i don't know how many car art shows there are but certainly really interesting stuff. >> this one began back in 1967. with a ford station wagon. that was transformed into a great white shark and voila, here we are now in the year 2015. >> a whole show around it. is that a car? no, it's a bike. that's cheating. very interesting. people are creative. i'm just happy when i wash my car. >> i wonder if they need to be running. do they have to drive them in or tow them? some cars didn't look like you could drive it down the street. >> or you shouldn't. >> maybe not down 880 in oakland. maybe in a rural country road they could get away with it.
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who knows? >> good point. how artistic is our weather. >> take a look. we've get great beautiful weather out there. >> out on the water. >> good for them. we do have great weather coming up whether you're going to be splashing in the water or maybe just outdoors enjoying a nice hike. ridge of high pressure in control of the weather pattern. we would love to see some of that rain come our way. it's not going to happen. perhaps a little drizzle. i'm talking monday night into tuesday. right now you can see here we've got that in place. behind it a system is going to drop in. it's going to cool us off in time for tomorrow. for today temperatures above average once again. just those high clouds overhead. a little patchy fog this morning. along the coast, inside the bay and livermore even reporting
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visibility to about a half- mile. not going to last very much longer. we'll have mostly sunny skies today. temperatures will be back in the 60s and 70s. 60s at the coast. 70s inland. our winds anywhere from 10 to 15 miles per hour with a little breeze in areas yesterday towards the afternoon. but not so much for today. then for tomorrow, as that system moves closer to the coast areas right around crescent city, eureka, north of the mendocino county area going to see a few light scattered showers for tomorrow. for us, just an increase in clouds, increase in the onshore breeze and temperature will be coming down as we get back to work on monday. for today, 54 degrees now in oakland. 47 napa. 56 in novato. 57 san francisco. 57 already in san francisco, a beautiful start to the day there. going to 67 for the afternoon. 51 redwood city. 54 mountainview. into san jose, 54. let's shift to the east bay.
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57 lafayette. 60 in pitsburg and antioch, 62. 7 a as we get into the afternoon. 76 napa. upper 60s in sausalito. 73 richmond. if you enjoyed yesterday you will enjoy today. these numbers are very similar. slightly warmer for some. and we'll start inland where we have 80 degrees in antioch. 80 degrees for brentwood. closer to the water and temperature come down to the low 70s. santa clara valley, 76 san jose for today. 76 saratoga. santa cruz, 75 expected there. 74 redwood city. 65 pacifica. the extended forecast, again as mentioned temperatures coming down for monday but then we quickly rebound back into the low 70s by tuesday. once that front moves through, the one that is going to bring rain to northern california and
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the cooldown for us, it's going to be a little breezy on tuesday. then by wednesday into thursday, ridge of high pressure builds back in. and temperatures are back into the upper 70s, even low to mid- 80s by thursday. the oakland as are getting ready to head outen a 10-game road trip but first today they wrap up their series against the mariners. baseball at the coliseum, certainly inning tied at 1, first and third for oakland. cody ross scores and the as take their first lead of the game. top of the eighth, two on for nelson cruz who rips the dan otero pitch sending it to who knows where. 4-2 seattle but as bounce back. we're all tied at 4-4 and we go extras. they had a chance to win it in the 10th but as got thrown out at the plate. in the 11th seattle rallies for a run and win 5-4. josh reddick is expected to be removed from
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the disabled list today. he suffered a strain that kept him out of much of spring training. it's unclear what his role will be when he returns. also unclear if he will be sent back down to the minors. the giants hoping to split the four-game series in san diego padres got the jump on it last night. bad news from the box for the already banged up giants. casey mcgee pops it out in the first and in the process, see him strange that left knee. madison, on the hill, didn't last long. but the padres just kept finding holes. one highlight, areas in for a hurt mcgee hits the solo shot in the fourth. making it 5-1 padres but san diego rolls in this one. peevey for the giants in today's matinee. tomorrow the boys are back in town. san francisco giants celebrate opening day. players say they can't wait for that home opener against the
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colorado rockies. on our season preview show meet the giants second baseman joe panik talked about how special it is to put that yientsz uniform on each day. giants. >> i'm blessed. there's many more second basemen out there. i know i have to continue to work to get better. >> it's not how good you are, it's how well you play. that is in the moment. if you can play better baseball, whatever that means in a certain inning and certain games you're going to win a lot of playoff games. >> first pitch 1:35. the giants are going to raise the world series peniant. we're going to have complete coverage ahead of tomorrow's home opener. starting with "mornings on 2". i'll have live reports from at&t park. beginning at 6:00 a.m. then sports anchor joe fonzi is going to join me fartherring 7:00 a.m. and at noon, we'll have a one-
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hour special. stay with us. we've got more to come on "mornings on 2". we'll be right back.
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a south carolina man who was shot and killed by a police officer has been laid to rest. a funeral was held yesterday for 50-year-old walter scott. scott was shot and killed during a traffic stop. the shooting was caught on video by a bystander. officer michael slager has been charged with murder and fired from the police force. >> their son is going to be remembered for changing the way that we look at each other. because next time something does happen to an individual be he african-american you will now think maybe there's another side to the story. >> congressman james clyburn says body cameras may help but says more needs to be done. the final weekend before
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tax day, april 15th which falls on a wednesday this year. accountants say it's often a tough time for same sex married couples because of different laws state by state. it's an issue that will be argued before the supreme court later this month. the situation is complicated at tax time because most state income returns use information from the central return. accountants say straight couples simply copy numbers from one form to another but that doesn't necessarily work for same-sex couples depending on the state that they live in. 8:56. it's a big night for fans of the hbo hit series "game of thrones" because tonight is the premiere of season five. >> let's show you some video of some of the cast when they were here in san francisco for a premiere party last month. season five will have all the characters who survived last season plus a few additions. >> like all the past episodes fans are warned not to grow too attached to the characters because they all die. they do. eventually. at some point. it does seem like that happens.
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fans of the fox hit show gotham only have one more night to wait for a new episode, after a few week hiatus the show is back tomorrow for its final four episodes. >> we have an exclusive clip of what fans can expect. >> what is it? >> well, to be clear this is an actually piece 6 crime scene evidence long gone as far as i can tell. i found a photo copy deep in a log book, broken heart, hand painted i guess. >> this was at the crime scene? you sure? >> well not this exactly. ? not a bad show. i've seen a few episodes. we have an exclusive interview with ben mckenzie who plays detective jim gordon >> he shared a little more inside information about tomorrow's episode. >> we enterovirus -- inter use in a new villain in the next episode, the ogre.
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>> "gotham" tells the story of the fictional city before bat man watched over it. it follows the detective as he builds his relationship with a young bruce wayne and introduces you to the villains that become the penguin and the riddler. >> you can watch it tomorrow night at 8:00. hillary clinton expected to officially enter the race for president today. coming up in the 9:00 hour, reaction from president obama and we are monitoring her twitter account waiting for that big announcement. another nice day in store for the bay area. we've got temperatures climbing already this morning, a little bit of patchy fog but it's improving. i'll have a look at the current conditions and what you can you can expect for the afternoon coming up. >> if you want to head out and enjoy that warm weather, sunday streets is happening in san francisco today. it's being held in the bayview dog patch neighborhood. it begins at 11:00.
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one person is dead and two critically injured after a driver fleeing police crashes into another car. the unusual way police said they found and arrested a person they believe is
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responsible. >> construction continues on vanness avenue in san francisco but there is good news for the monday morning commute. what we have learned about the schedule to reopen. >> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is sunday april 12. >> good morning. we have a beautiful sunday morning out there. let's go to rosemary, fog not along the coast but inland. >> it was thick in areas of 580 through livermore. it is getting better. our temperatures are climbing. a look into the east bay, a bird's eye view over the lafayette area, another beautiful day in store. it's going to be like yesterday. we have temperatures similar to yesterday well above the seasonal average. i will compare some of the numbers in a moment. let's check your current conditions, napa is 50, san francisco 57, mid 50s in
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concord and san jose is 56. we have been tracking an hour where the visibility was down to a quarter mile, livermore. it is better now and it will be better into the next half hour. a comparison on the screen to show you that we are well above where we should be. the average in santa rosa is 68, 76 today. san francisco you will go to 67, a few degrees above seasonal norm, 74 in oakland, eight degrees above where we should be. san jose, 76 is expected for your afternoon, 74 in fremont and redwood city, mid 60s in half moon bay. we are looking at a beautiful day in santa cruz. i will have the forecast including a cool down and a even bigger warm up. one is dead and two others in critical condition after a
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police chase and crash in richmond. this happened about 9:30 last night on 24th straight and gainer avenue. police have made an arrest. >> reporter: police have also given us the identity of the victim. she's identified as 24 year old anthony lynn of richland. he and two others in their 20s were in a black honda civic last night when they were broad sided by the driver of a black corvette. when was pronounced dead at the scene and two others were critically injured. one was ejected from the vehicle and found on the sidewalk. before this crash police had tried to pull over the driver of the corvette for speeding through the neighborhood. the driver refused to pull over. a police officer pursued him. that came to an end when the police officer lost sight of the corvette around 23rd street. a short time later though another group of police officers found the corvette at
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this crash scene a few blocks away on 24 24th street. police say because this fatal crash began with a police pursuit they have called in other outside agencies to investigate including the d.a.'s office and chp. it's similar to protocol they use when investigating officer involved shooting. >> it appears that the officer followed policy and guidelines and was within policy as far as the pursuit is concerned. obviously he chose good judgment by taking it upon himself to discontinue the pursuit. >> reporter: the driver of the corvette ran from the crash scene. police weren't able to find him initially but they say a few hours later the driver of the corvette called them claiming he had been carjacked. when detectives arrived they saw the vick and interviewed the man, he made several statements that revealed he had not been carjacked and police are confident he is the person
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behind the wheel of the corvette responsible for the fatal crash. he was arrested for vehicular manslaughter. police told us they believe there were signs that he may have been driving under the influence. back to you guys. >> thanks for the update. the search is on for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san francisco police. >> they hit this person and she went flying. >> 42 year old checker was hit in a cross walk friday night. after hitting her the car struck and injured another person near union square. south of market they ran a red light and hit a car full of people but no one was hurt. the men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. >> the suspects inside the vehicle were armed and they did commit numerous violent felony felonies. she was a food service manager who ran several cafes at google headquarters in
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mountain view. >> she was one of the nicest warmest people i have known. she was super nice. >> police say they located the stolen car on treasure island. officers did not find the robbers. we are waiting for the announcement from hillary clinton that she's running for president. on the big board this is her twitter page. she's got 3.16 million followers, only sent 146 tweets. her last one was last week on april 8. the guardian reported she was going to post a video on her twitter page announcing her candidacy at 9:00 this morning our time. fox news is reporting that the online announcement is delayed. we are keeping an eye on the page and as soon as something pops up of course we will relay that information to you. in the meantime, clinton has been busy assembling a campaign team. political analysts predict it could ultimately raise up to $2
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billion shattering all fund raising experts. she's the front runner for democratic nomination due to fund raising accomplishments and name recognition. >> it's great to see so many supporters of hillary today. we know that we are part of a national grassroots movement. we are but a small sliver of hillary clinton nation. [ cheering and applause ] >> clinton's advisors say after the online announcement she'll visit states that hold early caucuses and primaries. she's expected to stop in iowa as soon as tomorrow but don't expect clinton to spell out positions immediately. she's going to sprinkle out ideas in upcoming months to maximize press coverage. >> what does the president think? during a question and answer session at a summit of the americas a reporter did ask president obama about clinton. >> she was an outstanding
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secretary of state. she is my friend. i think she would be an excellent president. >> president obama says a major point going for hillary clinton is her knowledge of foreign policy. he adds that clinton's domestic record has focused on welfare of families. >> women remain clinton's strongest supporters. 56% of women have a favorable opinion of her compared to 30% who have the negative opinion. 12% did not reply. men are more evenly split with 44% with a more favorable opinion and 45% not in favor. 11% did not reply. the republican senator from florida marco rubio will announce his candidacy tomorrow in miami. he is the son of cuban immigrants. in 2006 he became florida's first cuban american house speaker. he has scheduled several television network interviews for this week. overnight closures in
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oakland start today. cal tran is going to shut down north and south bound lanes of 880 between 23rd and 29th avenues. closures will be everyday from 9:00 at night until 5:00 in the morning through thursday morning. if you look outside you can see traffic is fairly light on interstate 880 on this sunday morning. this is 880 as it rolls right past the colosseum. this is the point you are looking at several miles south of tonight's closure though. that's part of a 19 month long project to replace existing 29 29th avenue over crossing. it appears a major intersection in san francisco will be reopening on time tonight. the intersection is at venice and gary and it has been shut down since friday night. construction crews are building a tunnel to connect the future california pacific medical center with medical offices that are going to be across the street. they have been installing framework for under ground work scheduled for the summer.
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later this month, van ness will close again so crews can finish the work. the clock that sits above the golden gate bridge toll plaza is back. workers began reinstalling it this weekend. it was removed last august so the electric motor, hands, and other features could be rebuilt. crews will work over the next weeks to reattach the arms and neon numbers. this is part of a $2 million toll plaza project. a military protest scheduled for today. demonstrators will wear black and carry a coffin to the center of the bridge about noon time. organizers want to protest against u.s. military involvement in other nations but their primary goal is to raise awareness about u.s. citizens in yemen. doctors took to the picket line yesterday at student health critics on university of california campuses in southern
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california. administrators acted unfairly during negotiations for the first contract organizers say. they accuse the administration of refusing to provide financial information necessary to negotiate contracts. more strikes are scheduled for tomorrow and tuesday. replacement providers have been called to work during the strike. 9:11. he was a advocate for cancer research in the bay area. at 9:30, how dozens of people came together to honor a long time giant. >> the oldest and largest brewery in oakland. now it has a new claim to fame. up next, we taste the beer that is made with the little help of something called vegetable oil.
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welcome back. good morning to you. good morning pittsburgh. we have mostly sunny skies today and a beautiful view of the high clouds in the sky. a little bit of patchy fog to start but that's since dissipated at least for most of us. a ridge of high pressure is still in control of the weather pattern, cloud formation helps to sort of line it out for you. we have a system on the back side that will begin a cooling
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trend for tomorrow. today, a lot like yesterday. mostly sunny skies for the afternoon with a little bit of fog against the coastline. we have fog in livermore but it is already improving for you. through your sunday, pretty uneventful with mostly sunny skies, temperatures above average. look at what happens monday afternoon and evening. here is a front that begins to move in. for us this will mean a cool down, partly cloudy skies with onshore breeze returning. we are not going to see much rain. it is going to run across our area but by 11:00 tomorrow night notice this is all we get, maybe a drizzle along the coast, maybe a drizzle inland and while we sleep and move through and then tuesday morning we are done. we will have the possibility of a drizzle or sprinkle. it's not going to be much. it's out of here by tuesday. tuesday looks like it could be a breezy day behind the front. today, we are mostly sunny for afternoon and temperatures on the up and up.
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it is 57 in oakland, 58 san francisco, 54 napa. to the south bay we have 56 in san jose. mountain view, you are checking in at 57. we've got 54 for palo alto. it is 53 in morgan hill. the a's game this afternoon will be a great day for a ball game. we've got 70 degrees by game town, a westerly breeze at 10 miles per hour and for the second half of the afternoon, low to mid 70s expected. 76 in napa, along the water, 66. into the east bay, low 70s in alameda, mid to upper 70s into danville. 76 in morgan hill, 76 in
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saratoga. sunny veil you will go to 74 and 67 in san francisco. we have the cherry blossom festival continuing, sunday streets going on. we have the hello kitty cafe still out there. temperatures will fall off tomorrow as i mentioned with an increase in clouds. behind the system i showed you, breezy on tuesday and then a huge warm up. we are talking low to mid 80s by thursday for inland cities and perhaps 70s for the coach. it's going to be beach weather. >> beach weather in april. you know what it is perfect weather for. >> i will let you say it. >> beer. that goes into what we are talking about. ale industries in oakland has a claim to a new fame. here is mike with a taste of the greenest brewery around. tough assignment. >> that's right. we are already the largest oldest brewery in oakland we are talking about. i am joined by the cofounders,
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stephen and morgan. first you notice i am not 6'4". a lot of people at home think i am tall. second, can i drink the beer? >> absolutely. >> this says spring fling on it. >> this is a brown ale brew with some coffee that we get from red bay coffee company. >> got it. >> we also get cocoa nibs. if i spoke over a beer, this is what it would be. >> talk about the process going on in your place. word is you are using vegetable oil as part of the process. >> absolutely. every brewery has a boil kettle and that boil kettle has energy applied to it in some fashion or another to bring your beer to a boil. a lot of times it's natural gas, steam, electricity. we have created a boiler that uses vegetable oil that we
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reclaim from accounts that we sell our beer to. >> you are talking about restaurants. you knock on the door and say give me your vegetable oil. >> when we drop off a keg we see fryer oil and they hand that over. we do a simple process and run it through a boiler. that's one of the things that we use as our energy. >> one thing i didn't realize is how much water goes into it. we have done stories about how the drought may affect brewery. you are saving water by this process? >> this isn't saving water but we have teamed up with a start up that created a filter that filters our fluids. >> what does that mean? >> everything we put down the drain. they're everything the -- everything down the drain, they're reclaiming it and turning into pot able water that we are able to use for our
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beer. >> the beer is good. i have tasted a lot of beer in my life. was it a risk for you to do this, trying to be green and exchange swapping difference of taste and possible popularity? >> i don't think it was that big of a gamble. it doesn't affect the flavor of the beer. just more of the process. >> what am i drinking now? >> east bay ipa. >> i opened another one while you were talking. >> no worries. that's a nice west coast beer. 7 and 3/4% alcohol. >> that's great. i did like the first one too. i want to tell our viewers about this. ale industries. it is open seven days a week. >> yes, we open at 4:00 on the weekdays, noon on the weekends,
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close at 10:00. >> today you are open from noon. >> yes. >> tours are available so you can check out the process. >> absolutely. >> thanks for coming in. i appreciate it. congratulations for going green in the beer industry. >> thank you. >> which one goes good with grilled cheese sandwiches? >> i think all four do. >> bring it over. share some. i asked because it is national grilled cheese day. grilled cheese lovers are in for a special treat. there is a special event to celebrate. it is going to include live music, bottom less mimosas and beer special. there will be custom grilled cheese sandwiches. >> there will be a corn beef and hash mac and cheese grilled cheese. >> for $20 you can get a tasting pass so if you can choose, you can have them all.
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you can vote on the best grilled cheese and it will get you five half sandwiches from the food truck and a drink of your choice. that kicks off at 11:00 and goes until 5:00. if you head to our facebook page we have a conversation about the best way to eat a grilled cheese sandwich. a lot of people are weighing in on this. it seems to be a very preferred topic of the morning. some like it with tomatoes and others say ham or bacon. it is also national licorice day. at 9:45 we will test our knowledge of the twisted treat and go head to head with licorice trivia. i don't know. i don't know how much i know about licorice. 9:22. it has not happened for half a century. a sitting u.s. president meeting face to face with cuba's leader. in a moment president obama's historic conversation behind closed doors and the issue the two leaders cannot agree on.
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>> blue angels are flying into history. up next, what happened in the skies over south carolina that is a first in the 70 years they have been around. >> if you are looking for something a little different to do, head down to san jose for the fantasy fair. it's being called a cross between game of thrones and the disney channel. that's a strange cross. it's from 10:00 until 5:00. if you don't have a ticket, they are available at the door. >> i thought i was supposed to read that tease even though i am still here. >> you are on your third glass. >> it's a friday, 9:23. cheers. >> cheers.
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there are the blue angels.
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they are making history for the first time. the group took to the skies with a female pilot for the first time in history. 27 year hold marine captain katie higgins piloted fat al better. yesterday's show was in south carolina. the pilots did wow crowds by flying jets as close as 18 inches from each other. at times speeds reached up to 700 miles an hour. >> that was awesome to be able to see them come in and do some of the flips and twists. it was exciting, kind of makes your heart pound a little bit. >> it is exciting. it's been four years since blue angels last performed in south carolina because of the cut backs in the navy's budget from the federal sequestration. next weekend, blue angels will be in corpus christy texas and in october they're coming back to the bay area for fleet week on october 10 and 11. president obama describes his face to face meeting with castro as candid and fruitful.
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it's the first time leaders of the two countries have met face to face in half a century. they talked about an hour in a closed door session yesterday at the summit of the americas. insiders tell new york times there was no tension in the room but the two leaders did not agree on everything. >> no one should entertain illusions. it's true that we have differences but we are willing to make progress in the way the president described. >> i am optimistic that we will continue to make progress and this can be a turning point not just between united states and cuba for greater cooperation among countries across the region. >> the two are committed to opening embassies in each country they say but u.s. has not received assurances that diplomats will be allowed to move freely. a new invention created in response to the boston marathon bombings. we'll talk about the communication system that could help police better respond in a major emergency. >> clorox is having do clean up
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after a controversial tweet. up next, what the oakland based company posted and how it is linked to the iphone. >> i will have a look at your current conditions, what you can expect for the afternoon and a cooling trend expected for tomorrow. that's coming up.
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we are learning more about a story we told you about yesterday. the search continues for three armed robbery suspects who struck and killed a woman during a chase with san
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francisco police. >> 42 year old bridget klecker was hit friday night. after hitting klecker the car struck and injured another person near union square. >> they ran through a red light and hit a car full of people but no one was hurt at that intersection. the men were being chased in connection with several street robberies. richmond police have arrested a driver accused of a fatal crash after he led police on a chase. this is live from outside the richmond police department where we have been all morning. our reporter is there talking to police about the crash, the victim and this morning's arrest. >> thank you for joining us on mornings on 2. as we mention, we are following news from overnight. one is dead and two in critical condition after that police chase in richmond. let's head to richmond for the latest. >> reporter: good morning. richmond police told us because
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this fatal crash started with a police pursuit they are asking other agencies to step in and investigate including the d.a.'s office and chp. the richmond police lieutenant we talked to explained it is similar to protocol they use when they investigate an officer-involved shooting. police have identified the victim as 24 year old anthony when of richmond. he and two other men of richmond in their 20s were in their black honda civic around 9:30 when the driver of a black corvette broad sided them. when died at the scene. the two others were critically injured and one was ejected from the vehicle and found on the sidewalk. police say before the crash they had tried to pull over the driver of the corvette for speeding. the driver refused to stop. a police officer pursued him but that pursuit came to an end when the officer lost sight of the corvette around 23rd street. a short time later officers found the corvette at the crash
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scene a few blocks away on 24 24th street. >> it appears that the officer followed policy and guidelines and was within policy as far as the pursuit is concerned. obviously he chose good judgment by taking it upon himself to discontinue that pursuit. >> reporter: the driver of the corvette ran away after the crash and police weren't able to find him at the scene. a few hours later police say the driver called them claiming he had been the victim of a carjacking. when detectives arrived they saw the car and interviewed the man. they said he made statements that revealed he had not been carjacked and police are pretty confident that he was the man behind the wheel of the corvette. he was arrested for vehicular manslaughter and police say they also believe this morning that he may have been driving under the influence when all this started. >> thank you very much for that
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report. the time is 9:33. we want to give you a look at your weather. if you are peeking outside your door you must think wow it looks nice out there. it's still gray over the estuary. >> it's another fabulous one with a little bit of humidity in the air, a little bit of fog. air quality is good to moderate. temperatures are back above the seasonal average. the conditions are fairly calm. we have mostly sunny skies in store for today, mid and high level clouds once again. today will be like yesterday, slightly warmer for some of us but all of us are above average from five to ten degrees, 60s at the coast, 70s inland, rain track staying to the north. by tomorrow we see a switch. we are not really expecting rain but we will have cooler weather due to a system that will be riding over the north of us. it is 56 in santa rosa, 56 in san francisco, hayward and san jose you are checking in at 56.
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we have mostly clear skies, a few patches of fog. as we get into the second half of the afternoon we are looking at temperatures warming into the 70s. look at all the yellow the closer you get to the sacramento valley. napa, concord, shades are green primarily over hills and mountains and then along the coastline we have 60s in the coastline. we have 76 in napa, 74 oakland, 74 redwood city, pacific, you are looking at 65. temperatures will drop into monday and we are warming back up as we get into mid week wednesday, some of the warmest numbers we have had in a while. we have the slight possibility of drizzle come monday night. more on that in just a bit. the potential threat of shooting has security on high alert at thecal state east bay campus in hayward. it was over heard by a student who reported it to officials.
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a university spokesman says alerts were sent out by e-mail, text, social media. extra patrol cars and officers were patrolling all week long as a precaution. >> there are plenty officer cars so i know i am safe. they're asking are you okay, do you need this? >> we have to take everything seriously. that's the way things are these days. >> some campus events were canceled yesterday including a fraternity fund raiser. campus tours, premed conference and other activities went on as scheduled. in denver three boys were arrested on suspicion of bringing two hand guns and a possible smoke device to their high school. the school was on lock down for about an hour after students reported the boys to school officials. parents say police told them weapons were found in lockers. >> we are going to make sure
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that we know all the whys. we are going to dig deep with everything we have he possible to find out how and why this occurred. >> the big why is why were they brought on campus? police say that's not clear. u.s. capitol building reopened after a shooting caused a lock down. a man killed himself close to the building. lawmakers are out of town but the area was packed with tourists for the cherry blossom festival. >> as soon as they did that, they started clearing everybody out and immediately started moving everybody back here securing the premises. >> the backpack and a rolling suitcase were later cleared. u.s. capitol police say they don't believe there is a terror connection to the shooting. clorox is apologizing for a controversial tweet that sparked outrage. it said where is the bleach?
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it was in reference to last week's debut of new emoji cartoons for iphones. some included several faces of african americans, latino people. the household products company says its tweet was meant for other emoji symbols like toilets and bathtubs people use bleach to clean. clorox apologized in a formal statement and posted wish we could bleach away our last tweet. wednesday marks the second anniversary of the boston marathon bombing. an invention is being tested that was created in response. cell phone and other communication networks were overwhelmed following the bombings and as a result many calls to 911 did not get through. that's why a college professor developed spider radio, a communication system that prioritizes cell phone calls during emergencies. >> as soon as it relays that there is a demand for bigger
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bandwidth, it's immediately automatically going to gather all the bands that are available to the device so they can do whatever rescue and search operations they need to do. >> the system gives preference to calls made by first responders and can reroute calls to carriers that have less cellular traffic. it even utilizes wifi signals. hundreds came together to remember a young man known as the heart and soul of the giants. yesterday the team opened the park to honor the life of bryan rozelle. he died monday from a rare form of bile duct cancer. after diagnosed he became a spokesman for cycle for survival, an organization that raises money for cancer research. >> this is amazing, very surreal. but it's exactly what he would have wanted. in my head right now he is
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going, yes, best party ever! >> rozelle's father said his son died as he lived, at peace surrounded by family and close friends. giants organization is also honoring another fan, san jose giants have picked bryan stow to throw the ceremonial first pitch. he is still too weak to throw it 60 feet but has been practicing from a shorter distances and promises he will throw a strike. another public meeting tomorrow night to talk about a controversial plan about converting wood burning fireplaces in bay area homes. it wants to require property owners to replace traditional ones to gas or electric ones to prevent air pollution. tomorrow's meeting will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
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at san rafael city hall. cal fire is gearing up for what could be a busy wildfire season. this year they are getting help from the national guard. the two agencies took part in aviation fire training yesterday. helicopters are essential for tackling fires in forests and steep terrains. both agencies are preparing to work together to fight hundreds of fire. >> we are in the fourth year of a severe drought. it's making things worse. we are seeing more and more fires every year and larger more devastating fires. >> last year more than a half million acres burned in california and close to 450 structures were destroyed. tomorrow night is a big one for gotham fans. the series that airs on ktvu fox 2 is returning. in 15 minutes we have an exclusive look at the episode. >> we have been talking about grilled cheese but it's actually national licorice day too. up next, we will test our
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knowledge with some licorice facts you might be surprised to learn. >> if you don't know what to do today, head to san francisco and check out the cherry blossom festival. it starts at 11:00 this morning. admission is free. >> we were there yesterday. look at the line. we are checking out a cool addition to the festival. that's the hello kitty cafe, the food truck will be back out again today. we have more information on the cherry blossom festival on our website which is of course ktvu.com. look under the entertainment tab on our home page. female announcer: get on board for better sleep! it's sleep train's interest free for 3 event! get three years interest-free financing
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♪ i'm gonna soak up the
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sun. >> good morning to you. it will be a great day to soak up the sun and bring along the sunblock, a nice one to be outdoors and a lot is going on today in san francisco. we have dry weather in the forecast for your sunday. i think we are going to remain dry as we get into the work week ahead. there is one exception to the rule and i will show you a little bit in a moment. today, a ridge of high pressure is back in control of the weather pattern. we are well above average again, five to ten degrees above what we typically get. a few high clouds are rolling through. we have patchy fog but that's breaking up as i speak. this is pretty much all we'll see for today, high wispy clouds overhead. temperatures will range from the 60s at the coast and 70sen land, 80 or so for areas like antioch or brent wood with winds of 5, 10, 15 miles per hour. as we get into monday, there is a system on the back side of the ridge that will begin to
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move closer to the west coast even bringing rain to areas like crescent city, eureka, primarily staying north of minacino county. late monday night, 11:00 or closer to midnight, this front begins to sweep through the bay area. it looks like it may bring us a little bit of drizzle. it moves through overnight and by tuesday morning we are done. tuesday behind the front we could be breezy. today 63 already reported in walnut creek. san francisco you have reached 60. it is 57 in redwood city, 56 san jose. with all the sunshine temperatures are rebounding quickly. napa started at 38 this morning and now they're 54. into the east bay where we have more 60s to speak of. downhill you are trailing behind with 55 at this hour. afternoon highs today, a lot of
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70s, mid 70 for sonoma, 73 in san rafael, a beautiful day by the water. 73 for richmond, 77 concord, 78 danville, 78 for livermore. there are a couple 80s on the map in antioch as well as brent wood. 74 for sunnyvale, 65 for pacifica. we have 74 for palo alto, 67 in san francisco. extended forecast shows you temperatures fall off tomorrow. we turn breezy tuesday behind the front that may bring us drizzle closer to the overnight hours monday into tuesday. temperatures begin to turn around as early as mid week wednesday and into thursday, low to mid 80s in the forecast, 85 degrees for some. that's going to be warm day.
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>> looks good. thanks. we have been talking a lot about food today. if you can believe it, it's not only just national grilled cheese day. it's also national licorice day. to celebrate our producer and director thought it would be fun to check our red vine or licorice knowledge probably because they know we don't have a lot of it. it debuted in 1914 in chicago before it came to san francisco. you may be surprised at other licorice facts out there. we are being put to the test in this first ever quiz here. >> i'm ready. >> they gave us a, b, c options. let's do the first question. >> which famous person was so found of link they had it placed -- licorice they had it placed in their tomb?
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a, beethoven, president obama lincoln or c king tut? >> oh scott the reading is fantastic. >> i will go c. >> we have a little something of everything. >> make up your mind. is it a or b? >> do we find out the winner? >> oh really? >> look at that. every king knows his licorice. 1-0. in the olden days beer makers would add licorice to their brew to give it? a, deep, rich color. b, sweet taste. c, foamy head. >> a. >> i will go with you on that. why not? >> claude even, b -- claudine,
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b? >> all right. >> keep going. >> finish this lyric. >> oh yeah, i know this one. a, the killer combo. b, super snackage, c, crazy delicious. >> i don't know. >> i have gone with b every time so i am going with b. >> what is it? >> i give up. >> yay! >> i think it's a tie. >> all that's clear is that i lost. >> do we win something? i think we win something. >> mike wins.
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that's it. it's official. >> what does mike win? >> it's up there on the screen. >> wow, look at that. >> what does the loser get? >> loser gets black licorice. >> my mom loves black licorice. >> nice. >> there's more? bring it all in. >> more black licorice. thanks. thanks for nothing. i get two. >> you lost. we'll be right back.
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federal officials are investigating whether nestle is using expired permits to pipe water from a national forest and sell it as bottled water. for a number of years nestle has been transporting water to bottle as arrowhead 100% mountain spring water. their permit expired in 1988. another permit relating to a different contract expired in 1994. renewing a permit requires environmental review and that could take more than two years. the drought may be causing problems across the state but it could be improving lake tahoe's clarity. researchers at uc davis say average clarity was 77.8 feet, up 7.5 feet from previous year. it's the most year to year improvement in more than a decade. researchers say not a lot of rain and not a lot of snow led
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to less sediment and pollutants being washed into the lake. it's a big night for fans of game of thrones. tonight is the premiere of season five. you are looking at video of some of the cast when they were here for their premiere party last month. season five will have all the characters who survived last season plus a few additions. if you are a fan you know how important survive is. fans are warned not to grow too attached to characters because you never know when someone will go. fans of gotham only have one more night to wait for the episode. >> they had a few weeks hiatus but it is back on tomorrow for the final four episodes of the season. we have an exclusive clip of what fans can expect. >> what is it? >> to be clear this is an actual piece of crime scene evidence, long gone, as far as i can tell. what i was able to find is a photo copy deep in the log
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book, broken heart hand painted, i guess. >> this was at the crime scene? you sure? >> you can watch gotham on ktvu fox 2 tomorrow night starting at 8:00. >> it's a good show? >> good show. we are surrounded by licorice. we even have some of the beer you were tasting. it's been a good show. >> a good day. >> good weather. look at the pretty colors. the purple is good. >> don't hide that beer glass. >> get outdoors, have a drink. >> now they know. we've got nice weather coming our way. i think we are going to have weather as nice as yesterday, even slightly warmer, cooler monday, breezy tuesday and a big warm up into the second half of your business week. cooler temperatures but the weather should be fine for tomorrow's home opener for the giants. we're pretty excited about
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that. tune into ktvu fox 2 ahead of the game because we will have live coverage that starts on mornings on 2 and then we will have a one hour special for you at noon. >> stay tuned for fox news sunday immediately following this show. he is joined by former governor mitt romney and robert griffin iii. >> it has been a fun morning. we have great weather. it's going to be a hot week. enjoy national licorice day. enjoy national grilled cheese day. we will follow the hillary clinton announcement. it should happen at some.today. we are keeping an eye on her twitter account. there is a lot of sunshine in san francisco, a peek at at&t ballpark.
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it will be a party out there as they rail that world -- raise that world series pen didn't. have a -- pendant. have a great day everyone. >> ♪ i want candy. i want candy. yeah! ♪
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hillary clinton getting into the 2016 race for president. can any republican stop her? ♪ >> don't you someday want to see a woman president of the united states of america? >> we'll discuss clinton's candidacy and the crowded republican field with the gop's 2012 nominee mitt romney. then, congress prepares to vote on whether it must approve an iran nuclear deal as president obama tries to prevent the talks from unraveling. >> this is not done until it's done. the next two to three months of negotiation will be absolutely critical.

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