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for the first time, we )re putting the names with the faces of the right now at 11:00, for the first time we're putting the names with the faces of the victims in that devastating attack in manchester, england. one of them just 8 years old. right now a live look at where a memorial was just held a few moments ago. earlier hundreds of people gathered in manchester for the vigil to remember and mourn the lives lost in what should have been a night filled with fun and music. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> and i'm sam brock. some parents still waiting to find out if their children were victims of the manchester bombing outside of the ariana grande concert. 22 people are confirmed dead, 59 others injured. this is police have identified the suicide bomber at
22-year-old salman abedi. two minutes ago breaking news here from nbc news. government sources familiar with the investigation say the suspected bomber who was of libyan descent was known to british authorities. both police and intelligence service. as for bomb that was detonated nbc news sources reporting that the bomb produced very little smoke when it exploded suggesting that the main charge was a homemade explosive rather than black powder. lab tests now are going to be able to tell what exactly that mixture was. in the meantime, we learned this morning that isis has officially claimed responsibility for this attack. nbc news's richard engel is in manchester to show us where the investigation is now turning. >> oh, my god. >> panic in the arena moments after a bomb exploded right outside. the horrifying sound of fans, nearly all of them young girls, screaming in terror. the concert was clearing out when the bomb went off. it targeted people as they were
leaving to meet their rides home. in many cases parents picking up their kids. >> we now know that a single terrorist detonated his improvised explosive device near one of the exits of the venue deliberately choosing the time and place to cause maximum carnage and to kill and injure indiscriminately. >> a big flag. a big flash and then a woosh of air and just what the hell was that. >> their daughter was still inside trying to get out but a stampede had erupted. >> the lights came up after the concert and everybody was getting up to leave and all of a sudden there was a big bang and all of the seats like shook and everyone just started running. people were screaming and crying >> reporter: artist ariana grande was not hurt, but in a tweet she said she's quote, broken from the bottom of my heart.
i'm so, so sorry. i don't have words. shock among concert-goers, too, this morning. many have spent the night at hotels or in apartments offered by locals for free. police quickly determined that a lone male suicide attacker detonated an improvised bomb. british authorities believe they do have the identity of the suicide bomber, but they have not released it to the public as this investigation is ongoing, and they are looking for more potential accomplices. richard engel, nbc news, manchester. >> and, of course, the identity changed in just the last few moments. now, back to the lives lost. one of the victims we're learning is georgina callander. you see her there on the left-hand side. she was just 18 years old. ariana grande was one of her favorite artists. she posted this picture on her instagram page after meeting the pop star two years ago also in manchester for a concert at the very same venu. in that post callander wrote i hugged arianna so tight and she loved my bow.
i can't get over this. i never will. we want to bring you back to where that visual was happening in manchester, england, and you can see the scene is clear there now, but certainly this will be a repeat of days to come. sam? >> chris, back here at home we have been reaching out to local stayedus and transit agencies all morning long to see any heightened security as a result what have happened in england. the oakland a's are increasing security for their game tonight against the marlins. a live look at the oakland coliseum. fans can expect to see more uniformed officers while they are out at the game. as for the transit agencies the sfmta is taking additional steps along with police and b.a.r.t. has an increased security presence because of a spate of recent robberies. developments in the manchester investigation and the families affected by this barbaric attack are changing quickly. we'll continue to follow all the breaking news and bring you updates. if you use our app you can get those alerts directly to your
smartphone. lester holt is on his way to manchester right now. he'll be anchoring a special edition of "nbc nightly news" this evening starting at 5:30. back here at home, new details and a stunning turn. events about a bomb threat made at a san francisco school. two of them. police now say a teacher's assistant was behind it all. we brought you live breaking coverage of this evacuation last week and nbc bay area's bob redell is live in san francisco and, bob, this person who called in these threats was known to the staff for very good reason. >> and assistant teacher here, and we have heard from laporte montessori school within the past 30 minutes, kris, and they tell us they are shocked to hear their assistant teacher has been arrested for phoning in two bomb threats to the main campus here in the heart of san francisco's downtown. they have no idea what his motivation was, and as far as they know he was not disgruntled.
san francisco police tell us his name is pablos munos, a 22-year-old man from south san francisco. officers arrested him this past friday at the school after an investigation by the special investigations unit. he has no known history or anything in his become gound to suggest he would do something like this. on this may eighth, this past tuesday, he allegedly left voice mails at the school indicating he had placed an explosive device on campus. in both instances the campus was evacuated and police found no devices. the school did release this search rate written statement this morning that reads in part we're thankful for how quickly and thoughtfully law enforcement protected our well-being. we're committeded to do all we can to support them through this time. mutual fun munoz has been employed at the
skill since 2016. he has not been fired but is on administrative leave pending investigation by the police and the school. reporting live here in san francisco, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, bob. turning now to your weather forecast and we're feeling a little bit of cooling here in the bay area. >> didn't want you to get too used to summer just yet. don't worry, there will be plenty of hot days ahead. a live look at san francisco. very clear on left side of your screen. san jose on right. let's turn it over to meteorologist kari hall, and some spots are seeing warm temperatures today. >> warm temperatures inland, and all thanks to the fog we're seeing across golden gate bridge. cooler in the coast and along the city today. as you saw from the other shot. it's not cloudy all around san francisco. looking at twin peaks you can see the fog rolling over the hills and the western side of the city so we're looking at some sunshine inland and looking now at san jose and our temperature trend for the rest
of the day we're at 70 degrees and heading into the upper 80s and we're going to have some of those high temperatures still on warm side today, but this will be the warmest day of the next several days. we are going to have v cooler air moving in. i'll show that to you coming up in a few minutes. sam and kris. >> thank you, kari. >> facing a judge for first time the wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy is officially charged in death of a toddler after a dui crash last year. nbc bay area pete suratos is live at the contra costa county courthouse and the sheriff's deputy's wife didn't have much to say. >> reporter: no guilty plea to the charges of vehicular manslaughter here in martinez are and we were able to get our cameras inside the courtroom and we'll show you some of the video from not too long ago. the video you're looking at is of her lawyer and malahan is on
the other side of the wall. that's the only shot we can get, but we can report that she did plead not guilty during the court hearing today after recently turning herself in. a contra costa county d.a. is charging her with vehicular manslaughter stemming from an incident last fall when she was driving drunk in san rammer, crashed into a car and stopped on the shoulder killing 3-year-old elijah dunn from sam ramon. her attorney declined to comment and we did get a chance to speak with the deputy d.a. about the lengthy process of filing these charges. >> we were under investigation and the case is still currently under investigation and we're making sure that we're making the right charges and decisions as we proceed. >> reporter: just last week in a separate case schoos was arrested for public intoxication in pleasanton. if convicted she faces up to 11 years in state prison her
next court hearing is set for june 15thth. live in martinez, pete suratos, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, pete. new at 11:00 from the south bay. a bicyclist is recovering after being knocked from his bike by a driver who told campbell police ma that he was blinded by the sun. it happened shortly before 7:00 not too far from john d. morgan park. campbell pd spokesman says the bicyclist was not wearing a helmet but he is expected to be okay. miss say the driver is cooperating with the investigation which is still ongoing. happening right now. president trump in italy at this hour. he arrived in rome a short while ago for a visit with pope francis. now, this is going to be the first in-person meeting for these two leaders who have a bit of a contentious history. pope francis was critical of donald trump's campaign pledge to build a wall on the mexican border and his declaration that
the united states should be turning away muslim immigrants and refugees and donald trump called the pope disgraceful. the stop is the third on the first foreign trip. you can see them shaking hands there and it follows trips to saudi arabia and israel. it's being reported that president trump asked the nsa director and others to shut down the russia investigation. with all of that as a backdrop here's former cia director john brennan testifying before the house inteliens committee about russia's meddling in our election. he says that russia, quote, brazenly interfered with our election and he called russia's intel chief with a warning. brennan says that he was concerned that russian officials were trying to enlist the cooperation of folks in the trump campaign wittingly or unwittingly. brennan adamantly told lawmakers he does not know if any actual
collusion occurred between russia an trump campaign, only that will there was enough information to merit a probe. >> hollywood is remembering one of its iconic actors. sir roger moore died todayed a the age of 19. moore was perhaps best known for playing james bond, and he took on that role for seven movies, more than any other actor playing james bond. he's also remembered though for his charity work. we'll have more on his life coming up in about 30 minutes. >> up next at 11:00, a possible agreement between two bay area cities. the deal for water that will really help out a city on the peninsula. >> and taking complaints on twitter. when you'll be able to report your problems and issues with b.a.r.t. >> plus, how a simple board game may make some friends among enemies. we'll take a look coming up in business and tech. who are these people?
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york stock exchange this morning, of course, in support of the victims and families of the manchester bombing as wall street reacting to what's going on across the world right now. not a big visible outcome with respect to how the market has traded. the dow jones and the s&p up marginally this morning. >> so haunting to hear that quiet sound. a google computer has beaten the world's best player of the game go in china. >> scott mcgrew playing a game, actually maybe a sign that google and china are getting to be more friendly. >> reporter: good morning. google does not have, hasn't had a good relationship with china at all, so this competition is significant, you're right, because this is the best player in the world and it's china. google, you remember, has accused hackers connected with the chinese government of hacking g-mail and china has restricted google results to prevent its citizens from discovering information like tiananmen square, so friendly games like this may be a sign of detente. that dvd dispensing machine red box may soon have more current
movies. red box movies usually 28 days behind new releases, but warner brothers this morning will allow red box renting its dvds just seven days after release and i would not be surprised federal other studios follow. >> twitter has kicked around the idea of offering a special premium or subscription membership service. ceo jack dorsey address that had topic when he asked -- when he was asked about it at the company's shareholder's meeting just yesterday. he said twitter has considered that idea in the past, although the general case has always been to make the service free and open. in march twitter said they were considering a premium version. >> talking about twitter and getting your thoughts out there. happening today. b.a.r.t. has invited you to join its live twitter town hall. this is coming up soon from noon to 1:00. b.a.r.t. officials are discussing next year's budget and security improvements in light of recent robberies.
you're invited to join the conversation. >> firefighters are investigating what caused a stunning commercial fire in sunnyvale and we brought you live coverage earlier on "today in the bay." and someone gave me this cell phone video before firefighters arrived. firefighters did arrive on scene just before 3:30 this morning to find that fire in a small restaurant which then spread through the attic to a computer repair store in the same building. firefighters tell us the fire does not appear suspicious at this point. a fast food worker is recovering after being shot twice during a robbery attempt last night in san leandro. police say it happened about 3:00 in the morning at sam's super burger on east 14th street and button during that attempted holdup. police officers were norb and got there very quickly but the robber still managed to get away. the good news is the worker is recovering. >> a suspect in a stolen pickup truck takes chp deputies on a
high speed chase from marin county all the way through oakland where they finally crashed. this is where it all ended on 880. in this video you can see the suspect with visible head injuries stuck inside of the crashed pickup truck. it took firefighters 30-minute to get him out. he's now in chp custody. >> happening today, mountain view leaders will talk about sharing water with east palo alto. the city council will consider transferring 1 million gallons of water per day in exchange of a one-time payment of $5 million. this is in response to east palo alto's water storage issue. the problem has also put a new development, which includes affordable housing, on hold. >> all right. at one point we had more water than we knew what to do with, now quite the exact opposite situation. >> and i'm going to talk about that, because the fact that we have so much rain in the winter,
it's still carrying us over even though the weeds are diving. a look at the microclimates. tri-valley and pleasanton. 76 degrees and temperatures warming up fast. it's 65 in the peninsula and more sunshine there. 62 degrees in the east bay and san francisco now at 55 degrees and 67 in the north boy and look at the high temperatures today. we're doing a bit better here and still well above average. reaching 83 degrees in cupertino and morgan hill up 2086 degrees and 89 degrees and oakland up to 74. for the peninsula 60 at half moon bay. that fooling will not clear today and then you go on the other side of the hills in palo alto, it's 81 degrees for the high. we're also going to seat fog around the marina district and the outer sunset and temperatures there in the 50s an mission district now clear, up to of 4 degrees and napa 86 degrees. mostly sunny skies and we keep
it sunny in santa rozada, too, a high of 61 degrees. on other side, we have the a's that will be playing tonight, and we're going to have some nice weather for the game. now some of the seats out at the game will be $5 so maybe something you'll want to check out to enjoy all of this beautiful weather in the sunshine. it will be in the low 60s and dropping back into the upper 50s so don't forget some long sleeves, something to keep you nice and warm as those temperatures cool off, and we talked about all of the rain that we, and if we don't get another drop of rain for this water year, we are still above the normal amount that we get for the water year. in santa rosa we have 60 researches of rain. that's 170% of normal. in oakland we had close to 30 inches of rain. that was 141%, and for san jose with just over 18 inches, we had 120% of the normal amount of rain for the whole water year, so we're doing pretty well, even
with no more rain in this forecast, an it's going to stay in the low 60s in san francisco. morning clouds and then some afternoon sunshine. for the inland areas, expect it to reach up to 89 degrees. more sun and then look at how these temperatures drop over the next few days. friday will be the coolest day in the forecast and that leads us into a nice memorial day weekend with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. if you're making plans to hit the road or if you want to check out some local events. a look at that forecast coming up later. kris and sam. >> barbecue weather coming our way. thanks very much. >> high school drama and not among the students. coming up next, parents in the east bay are angry this a new high school could be located near a major jail. the action they plan to take to make this stop. >> first hamming right now. touchdown celebration, snow angels and group dancing is all back. that's right, chris. nfl commissioner roger goodell is relaxing rules to allow
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dublin high is bursting at the seams as the student population is growing and there's not enough one but a lot are each sutabout building a new school because of who the neighbor is. it's from the brand new east county half justice and behind it the jail. nbc bay area's bob redell has more >> reporter: dublin unified school district will hold its annual meeting tonight which is much larger than the regular board room which gives you a sense of how much the parents are looking to show up to express their anger which is the ice office building here in dublin. they are concerned about the proximity to the jail. this is at the corner of hacienda and gleason here this dublin and right across the
street from the brand new east county hall of justice and right behind that is the jail. we've created this map to help give you a better lay of the lane. it's about half a mile north from the location .2 of a mile. we spoke with one father here in dublin who will not be sending his child to this campus if it does open in 2023. inmates released from the jail including sexual predators who might be walking by school on their way into town or towards the b.a.r.t. station. >> why would you put a high school across from a prison, fifth largest prison in the united states, releasing inmates throughout the day, dozens of inmates every week? people that are sex offenders, former criminals basically being released or into the environment where our kids are? we've heard those concerns. we have an elementary school located about a tenth of a mile from the site where the high school -- future high school would be.
we've been there for 15 years and never had any issues at elementary school. our city is two miles wide and seven miles long and jail sort of sits right in the center of the community. >> the elementary district is being referred to which is a one-mile drive from the jail. dublin unified says in contics with the police department it has researched crime data and has discovered crime is relatively low. out of ten locations for the second high school the districts whittled it down here and the board will vote whether or not to move ahead with the purchase agreement. there will be 120 days of due diligence to make sure this suit is viable and suitable. here in dublin. bob redell. nbc bay area news. >> the team that was supposed to provide some kind of resistance to the goliath warriors definitely did not. last night the ws rolled over to
the spurs and punched their ticket to a third straight nba finals championships. we'll see if they win the championship. >> got ahead of yourself a little bit. >> the warriors pretty much dominating the spurs last night sweeping the western conference final. >> the warriors took it to the spurs from the start getting out early with a big lead thanks to steph curry in large part. he finished with a team high 36 points and fellow star kevin durant seemed pretty smooth dropping 29 points and the warriors make it 12 in a row with three straight series sweeps. >> we understand, you know, privilege that we have and the opportunity that we have to play in the finals again, to have an opportunity to win a championship. >> our cameras did catch injured steve ker hugging coach mike broun following last night's 1 the 2-115 win, and we know the warriors will tip off the nba finals at oracle on june 1stst, and the question is who. cleveland holds a 2-1 lead over
boston with game four tonight in cleveland, so i guess we know what we're doing later. >> watching a little b-ball. let me break the suspense here. it's going to be cleveland for the third straight year. >> you're going to take celtics? >> somebody should. >> i want to find out what we're betting. coming up next, we investigation. >> the system is set up really to fail people who don't have attorneys. >> a court where money and legal representation make all of the difference. next, we investigate inequities in u.s. immigration court. >> coming up after nbc bay area news at 11:00 "access hollywood" lives followed by "days of our lives" at 1:00 p.m. in court. you get an
stephen stock has the numbers and a story of one u.s. veteran set to be deported until a lawyer got involved. >> we obtained immigration court data that shows someone who has a lawyer in court is five times more likely to have the case ruled in their favor than someone who does not have an attorney. earlier this year we first told you that the government can deport any non-citizen, even honorably discharged u.s. veterans, for committing some crime. that policy came into play here in court in san francisco involving the case of of a navy veteran separateded from his family for four years. >> joaquin sotelo served on a navy battleship during operation enduring freedom, but this is the battle of his life. >> i want to make my family proud. >> reporter: sotelo is waiting to reunite with his children, a family he hasn't seen for years because of the legal nightmare he got caught up in after being
honorably discharged from the country. >> once you serve the country you assume this country is going to look out for you, and the system, it has failed. >> when he was 19, sotel ho met with a navy are you kreuter who assured him he would become a u.s. citizen for signing up. >> he was promising a lot of stuff. >> reporter: his sister refers. >> money for school, traveling, training in the navy, and citizenship. >> reporter: after 9/11sotelo went to serve of in the persian gulf. >> there were mines in the water, doubtful whether you were going to come home at night. >> reporter: at the time sotelo thought he became a citizen when president george w. bush encouraged all non-citizens to become a citizen. >> you filled out the paperwork and they said you were a citizen. >> reporter: they typed in some things and said that you were already a citizen.
>> that's what it said on my record. >> reporter: you believed you were a citizen. >> i still believe i am. >> reporter: but he wasn't and under u.s. law he faced deportation back to mexico after he was convicted and served time for drug possession and domestic abuse. >> we separate veterans from their families, that's what we're doing. >> reporter: our investigation found more than 300 other veterans who served honorably and have already been deported for getting into trouble after their military service. vet served prison time for aggravated felonies that can include minor crimes like drug possession, petty theft and failure to show up in court. >> he could have been order deported that day. >> reporter: an immigration attorney intervened in the case days before the navy veteran was scheduled to be deported without ever seeing his children. >> immigration law is incredibly complex. the system is set up really to fail people who don't have attorneys. >> reporter: that's how instead of finding himself in a country that he barely remembers.
>> how are you? >> good. >> joaquin sotelo reunited with his children, children whom he hadn't seen during four years of legal back and forth and even though the possibility that he could still be deported hangs over him constantly. >> every step i take depends on deportation. like a cancer that's hunting me. >> according to the transactional record action clearinghouse, 90% of those seeking asylum without an attorney were denied. >> it's extremely difficult to do it without an experienced immigration lawyer. >> reporter: an immigration court judge who has served since the 1980s spoke to us with the union president with the national association of immigration judges. >> the law ties the hands of immigration judges in many situations. if they served honorably in the military, that would obviously be a very strong discretionary factor. >> reporter: but you don't have that factor in almost all cases?
>> if it's an aggravated felony we don't. >> reporter: is this fair? >> i don't think so. i think this is a poster child for why the immigration system is so broken, the fact that his service to the country means nothing in immigration court. >> reporter: while grateful that he found legal help where so many others have not, joaquin sotelo knows under current policy he could still be separated from the family he now holds so dear. >> i'm a united states veteran. >> reporter: which is why he speaks out hoping for change in washington. >> we all deserve a second opportunity, and we all deserve to get our process of immigration done on road to citizenship. why not? that's what america is all about. >> after our first series of stories ran several congressman, including the east bay representative, induced a law that would allow u.s. veterans who have been deported to return here to the u.s.
we asked the chief counsel with the department of homeland security to talk with us about this, but we never heard back. with the investigative unit, i'm stephen stock, now, back now. >> thank you, stephen. if you have a tip for our investigative unit give us a call at 888-996-tips or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. and now to our continuing coverage of the deadly attack following the ariana grande concert in manchester, edge lan. we started learning the names of the victims just this morning. it's heartbreaking. one of them is just 8 years old. i have an 8-year-old. investigators slowly releasing more details about who the suspect was and who was also killed. >> certainly many parents having the exact same reaction that you did. manchester police right now saying that the suicide bomber was 22-year-old salman abedi of libyan descent, and known to the intelligence agencies in the uk. we also know that another man, a 24-year-old, was arrested in connection with the attack last
night. 29 people are confirmed dead and 59 more injured. the tragedy consumed part of president trump's first foreign trip. nbc news' tracie potts has the president's response to the attack. >> reporter: from israel this morning president trump with tough talk on terror after last night's concert bombing in england. >> beautiful young children, savagely murdered in this heinous attack upon humanity. we must drive out the terrorists and the extremists from our midst, obliterate this evil ideology. >> reporter: standing separately with palestinian president mahmoud abbas and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, he promised to jump start peace talks between them. overseas unable to escape questions about sharing classified israeli intelligence with russia.
>> i never mentioned the word or the name israel, never mentioned it. >> reporter: back home the director of national intelligence and the director of the national security agency both testified today separately. a former intelligence official tells nbc president trump asked them both to publicly denounce ties between his campaign and russia. both declined. >> donald trump seems determined to think of no one exception donald trump. >> reporter: one person we won't hear from, former national security adviser michael flynn. he's taking the fifth instead of turning over documents subpoenaed by the senate intelligence committee. one top democrat here congressman elijah sums has new information that mike flynn may have lied to investigators during his security clearance saying that american companies paid for his trip to russia when in fact we now know russia did. trac tracie potts, nbc news
washington. morrelltives of antolin garcia-torres will testify in his sentencing hearing today in san jose. he is the convicted murderer of sierra lamar and faces the death penalty. yesterday his mother took the stand and she described a life of poverty and filled with abuse from garcia-torres' father who is right now serving a life sentence for child sexual abuse. >> an update to a story that devastated a san jose community. a third person accused in taking part in a san jose woman's vicious killing will be in court today. sheriff's deep tis arrested this woman on fred believing she was accessory in the murder of florida douglas. she was attacked inside her own home. she was 88-year-old. satch i quinn and jennifer hernandez are also facing charges. a saratoga student was
arrested for allegedly spreading violence on campus. some students heard the student in question talking about carrying out an attack during the final weeks. the students who heard the conversation turned it other to a teacher. extra security has been added on campus as a precaution. classrooms at this elementary school in al moda may collapse in the wake of a catastrophic quake. they are recommending that that school be closed and students be relocated. tonight district members will be voting on the next course of action. coming up, cooling down in the bay area. kari tracking the temperatures that are dipping. >> so looking forward to cooler temperatures. warm inland and looking live at palo alto. this is one. spots where you'll notice a
little bit of a difference today. we'll talk about that and look at the fog along the coast coming up next. >> more than a dozen bay area singles shell out thousands of dollars for help finding love with a professional matchmaker but now they are complaining. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. nobodies bay area responds next. nbc bay area responds.
matchmaker who claims to know the bay area dating scene. >> they were just looking for somebody to meet, but, unfortunately, they are still alone. consumer investigator chris chmura say the consumers feel duped here. they want their money back. chris. >> they believed the local matchmaker services were personal and local, but they say that's not what they experienced. maria payne paid $8,000 to silicon valley matchmakers after hearing its success stories. they linked up so many people, so many success stories. they showed me a few of them, you know. people that have gotten married through the site. >> 14 months later maria says she's had only four dates, all bad. we heard from a dozen other consumers with similar complaints about this matchmaker and other local matchmakers that it turns out are all owned by the same person. a company executive says it is living up to its contract. >> yes, one of the complaints that you get over and over again is that they were promised some
different schedule of matchmaking than what they initially were in. >> tonight at 11:00, what exactly did the singles sign up for and where are the supposedly local matchmakers located, plus advice from a law professor from anyone who hires a professional with help from services as sobtive as finding love. if you have a consumer complaint. let us know. the number is 888-996-tips or logon to nbcbayarea.com/responds. i'll see you tonight at 11:00. >> all right. >> looking forward to that. >> we are in love with the forecast because we're getting a bit of a cooldown. some of us are not quite ready for the heat, kari. got the air conditioning. >> we've got everything going and i don't want to see the electric bill this month but it is going to cool down, and we can open up the windows and let some fresh breezes in. hey, look at the view from woodside looking towards the ocean. can you see the fog rolling in and it's been very warm inland
and we're already starting to see the temperatures warming up for sunol. look at that temperature now. it's 76 degrees. all bright and sunny and that's where temperatures are warmer right now. oakland and san francisco, we're in the low 60s. in palo alto 61 degrees and 70 now in san jose. so we're going to see a wide range in temperatures from 60 at half moon bay to 90 in concord, and oakland at 74 for the high today. san jose will also be a few degrees cooler than yesterday. up to 84 degrees and the pollen is still very high. but especially for olive and cedar and if you're sneezing right now, maybe that's what you're allergic to and the grass is moderated. it was high a couple days ago. we're making a little bit of progress, and as we head into the weekend we'll see the temperatures continuing to cool down. probably making plans already for long holiday weekend. for the coast it's up to
646 degrees and 68 degrees for the bay and inland up to 75 degrees. that's better than 80, right? on sunday we'll have some also very nice weather. cool along the coast, and into the mid to upper 70s part inland. there's a lot of events going on, and why not, because some people will be off work so we have carnival happening in san francisco on hairston street between 10:00 and 6:00 and also this will be happening on sunday, but we're looking at the saturday forecast. we do start out with clouds and cool temperatures in the morning and it will get a little bit milder as the clouds break apart. sunshine and highs in the low 60s and then also on saturday we had had the long board surf contest in santa cruz. we'll start out with temperatures in the upper 50s and morning fog and partly cloudy skies for the afternoon, but highs only reaching the low 60s and if you want to make a road trip you're heading to yosemite this weekend. on friday we're up to 59 degrees, cool mornings and then it will be nice and mild
for those day hikes, reaching into the low to mid-60s on saturday and sunday. warmer temperatures in the russian river valley up to 66 degrees on friday and then up to 75. so we'll have some slightly warmer air starting to move in. i want to show you how that shapes up as we head into memorial day. for san francisco it stays in the low 60s and actually cooling down on memorial day to 60 degrees for the inland areas. we'll be up to 89 degrees today. we see the temperatures starting to dip and then getting to the lowest point on friday but then by memorial day we're up to 80 degrees so it does get a couple of degrees warmer each day but still looks like a very nice weekend headed our way. i don't think it gets any better than this, chris and sam. >> i would say. who has it better than us? nobody. >> thank you. >> coming up. he played the world's best spy for more than a deck you had a. this morning sir roger moore passed away and how the world is remembering the former oo7. died at the age of 89.
moore had passed away in switzerland after what a >> welcome back. british actor sir roger moore died at the age of 8 the. moore passed away in switzerland after what was described on a statement in the actor's official media account as a short but brave battle with cancer. >> moore was the third actor to play british agent james bond in seven feature films released between 1973 and 1985. nbc has this report. >> simon templer. >> reporter: it was his role as swauf and debonair simon templar in the tv series "the saint" that made roger moore a household name, but it wasn't until 1972 that moore catapulted to stardom. >> my name is bond. james bond. >> he landed the part of one of hollywood's most sought after male characters. british spy james bond. he retired from playing 007
after "a view to a kill" and it was after that he immersed himself in humanitarian causes and he followed aubbury herb burn as unicef's special reftive for the film art raising funds for children in underdeveloped country and he was also accepted as a goodwill ambassador and honored by queen elizabeth for his charity work. when he was knighted by the queen he said he had had the worst case of stage fright in his life. sir roger moore said being honored for charity was even greater than winning the elusive oscar. laura aguirre. nice to see when they go on to something more important. even better. >> james bond there with the big hart. we'll be right back.
well, tonight is the night for "the voice." the season 12 winner will revehicle during the series finale. they had the chance to earn america's vote. the youngest ever finalist in the competition refused to let the night overwhelm her even as she performed alongside her coach blake shelton. >> just a couple months ago i wouldn't be able to do it. it was just so much work, but i'm glad that i -- i'm glad that i pushed myself and i'm glad that i'm here. >> tonight's two-how "voice" finale airs at 9:00 tonight. it the will feature several of the contestants in all-star duet
performanced and the likes of usher and little big town. there's also solo performances from jennifer hudson, miley cyrus and chris stapleton all leading up to the announcement of the winner. i don't know why i got stuck on duet. >> because were you so impressed that usher would be out there showing some dance moves. i'm always so impressed with these performers, 15 years old person forming in front of a national audience that. has to be hard. real el fun to watch and also all of the stars. >> yeah. >> so let's check how the this forecast. that's going to be the star here. looking at some cooler temperatures. staying in the 60s all weekend in san francisco. inland areas. after today it will feel much nicer and maybe give the air conditioner a break at the end of the week. >> your forecast at the end of the day will be closer and closer pulling that into wine country. >> we'll see you tomorrow.
stand by, everyone. we're live in five, four, three, two, one. >> it shocks me every time we hear this sort of news that attacks like this can happen, but especially when there will be so many children at this concert tonight. >> emotional james cordon addressing the horrific suicide bomb attack at ariana grande's concert in manchester last night. i still can't believe it. >> scores of people dead, many more injured, including as you heard children and their parents. ariana grande responded tweeting "broken from the bottom of my heart. i am so sorry. i don't have words." as the news was breaking yesterday, i just kept thinking here we go again. you know, the difficulten