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stay that way for much longer. as we take a live look, good morning it is monday, april 1. >> it's april fools' day. don't play any jokes on me. [ laughter ] >> it's going to stay dry, we are serious about that. >> we are looking at mostly cloudy skies as we start off the day. there is a slight chance to see a few showers, mainly for the north y. here's a live look with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures running in the upper 40s to low to mid 50s at this hour. concord 54, oakland 56, 49 in livermore, 56 in san francisco. you see all of the green vallejo down to livermore in san jose, that is all cloud cover, not rain. we are checking a few showers up north due to a weak weather system that is going to bring a slight chance of a shower today. we are tracking a few more
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weather systems this week. i will see you the strongest of the weather systems for the week, coming up taking you hour by hour on future caste. taking your first look at traffic on this monday morning, you're right doing okay on our bay bridges. a live look at the golden gate bridge where traffic is pretty quiet heading into san francisco. no major snags. a 12 minute ride as you make your way through. elsewhere, babe ridge starting to stack up. looks like traffic is moving okay as far as travel times go with your 12 minute ride into the city. in the san mateo bridge so far so good with no delays between 880 and 101. we are seeing delays through the altamont pass. we will have more on that in my next report. we have no video overnight of a fire near homeless encampment near highway 17. it was reported near main street and lundy.
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you can see firefighters on the outskirts of the fire. it took a long time to get to the flames. once they got there, there was so much junk in the area it took them more than five minutes to actually get control of the flames. now they have a big project on their hands as far as figuring out the origin and cause. no word on anybody being injured. a marin county man is accused of offering cash over facebook to girls as young as 13 in exchange for sexual acts. the video showing police arresting thomas renno on thursday. colombian investigators said the fairfax man offered at least five minors roughly $100 for sexual favors. he is suspected of sharing pornographic material. the community of fairfax is in disbelief. >> i saw him about three weeks ago and he was walking down and
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i call mike i do look familiar. and i said oh my god i know who you are. it messes with the mind and people around you. >> is charged with aggravated crimes of commercial exploitation, pornography and the use of mass media to propose sexual activities. investigators say thomas renno set up residency in the country, but was a citizen. a priest is under arrest accused of child sex abuse. father david mendoza vela had been working at corpus christi church in fremont. the alleged abuse happened during his previous posting at st. john's catholic church in san lorenzo. he is accused of more than two dozen counts of sex abuse and is in custody at the santa rita jail. sheriff's detectives say while he was working in san lorenzo, he met a 14 to 15 male victim who told him the abuse began in 2016 and last at about 18 months. parishioners in fremont found out about the arrest when church members read a statement
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at the end -- >> he's been arrested, but they did mention something about the concretion are catholic church dealing with abuse. >> every church almost like it happen, but it's one person and it's good they randomly told everybody. >> authorities are not aware of any other victims. the priest is a native of el salvador and was ordained in the u.s. about six years ago. president trump is not backing away from his threat to shut down the port of this week. the administration says the situation is that a melting point with about 100,000 people expected to be apprehended this month. >> reporter: president trump did not talk to reporters last night as he returned to the white house from a weekend in mara-lago. he did say this friday : >> mexico will have to do
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something or else i am closing the border. three mackey plaintiff democrats for the situation. a fair combination for our country. >> 100,000 people across the border this month alone, that is a crisis. >> reporter: needs to president trump say it would take something dramatic to stop them from shutting down the border this week. the department of homeland security is experiencing a systemwide meltdown as it struggles to deal with the surge of asylums is. >> it is incredibly important we work together. >> reporter: more than $550 billion of goods are traded between mexico and the u.s. each year. mayor faulkner says his residence near the border open. >> we are the largest land port of entry in north america, it's incredibly supportive we have a safe, secure functioning border. >> reporter: the president said he will cut off aid to el
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salvador, guatemala and hunter is where the majority of migrants in the rate. democrats insists aid was aimed at reducing illegal immigration, meaning cutting it will only increase the number of asylum-seekers. >> the president is expected to travel to california on friday and make a stop in the watertown of calexico. joe biden's well-known physically affectionate style is being called into question. a nevada politician says biden made physical contact with her in a way she found inappropriate. >> am glad he is clarifying his intentions. >> former nevada lieutenant governor nominee lucy florez responding from a statement from former vice president joe biden regarding allegations of physicality that made her feel uneasy. >> very unexpectedly and out of nowhere i feel him put his hands
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on my shoulder, get up very close to me from behind, lean in , smell my hair and plant a slow case on the top of my head. >> reporter: she made the allegations against biden friday in an essay for the cut. biden released a statement sunday saying he is off countless handshakes and hugs on the campaign trail and not once did i believe i acted inappropriately. even if suggested i did so, i will listen respectfully. but it was never my intention. >> my point was never about his intentions. they shouldn't be about his intentions. it should be about the women on the receiving end of that behavior. >> reporter: some democratic presidential hopefuls biden maybe competing against wade in. >> i know the vice president addressed it and he will continue to address it if he decides to get into the race. >> and the show that one incident alone disqualifies anybody. but her point is
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absolutely right. this is an issue the entire country has got to work on. and 2016 florez worked as a surrogate for florida senator bernie sanders. she is not endorsing any candidate, she says the incident should be looked into regardless of who she supports. two suspects on the run in another east bay freeway shooting around midnight on sunday and highway four between franklin canyon road near martinez. a man driving a newer model white toyota corolla was tailgating them and pulled off to the shoulder in front of them. the front seat passenger that fired shots into the windshield. no one was hit, then the suspects took off. the passengers described as a white male, 35 to 40 years old, bald with tattoos on his face and right arm. the driver is described is
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between 30 and 35 with short black hair. chp is asking anyone who may have seen anything to give them a call. the search is on for a man who stabbed someone with a sword in san francisco while not wearing a make american great again hat. it happened on fillmore street. the suspect allegedly slashed the victim across his wrist and hand. it's not clear what led up to the altercation, the victim is expected to recover. fans are mourning the death of a rapper and grammy nominee, nipsey hussle. he and two others were shot yesterday in front of nipsey hussle's marathon clothing store in south los angeles. fans swarmed to the area as news spread. he denied his past ties to gangs, but he said an early love of music and strong mother kept him on the right path. >> she was real, big on keeping a tight family and love. that was my home life and outside it was la in the 90s,
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it was a little chaotic. >> he was considered an up-and- coming hip-hop artist. his debut album victory lap was nominated for grammy best rap album. reaction pouring in this morning. steph curry tweeting out, god please cover and restore nipsey hussle right now. and from calling her neck , this is so painful, he was doing great work for the people, keep his legacy alive by carrying on his work. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is calling for the government and regulators to play a bigger more active role in policing the internet. he opened his washington post opinion piece by saying technology is a major part of our lives and companies like facebook have immense responsibilities. he talked about four areas of focus for potential oversight. harmful content, election integrity, privacy and data portability. he also said the company is creating an independent body so people can appeal facebook's
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decisions. >> you had cambridge analytica, the hearings on capitol hill, the talks between mark zuckerberg and sheryl sandberg , it was a tough year for them. i think they are coming out on the other side saying okay, we need to find some way to work with everybody because everyone hates us right now. >> industry analyst expect mark zuckerberg's request for regulations could be a means to make it easier for them to ward off potential competition down the line. tragedy at the racetrack. another resource goes down a california track. a disturbing and deadly trend continues. and we are going to take a live look outside, check it out. this is oracle park, it is monday morning and april fools' day. don't be to simone, i leave the van gogh.
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to harrison, the wine collection. to craig, this rock.
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the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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i'm at the live news desk and we are looking at the airport in dallas where a lot of flights have been delayed. this is been a nationwide problem with several airlines. southwest and delta, jetblue to name a few of them. i was after a software system, a third-party system called aero data failed. it helps track the weight and balance of a plane. a sickly reboot problem, but it was enough to the late delay flights across the country. the latest is the problem appears to be resolved, flights are getting on their way. no significant delays to report at san jose reports. tragedy at the track days after racing resumed at santa anita. this morning another horse has died. cell phone video capturing the disastrous moments. a horse named arms runner fell while transitioning from the dirt to the turf.
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>> when they hit the dirt i saw the gray horse and another horse go down. >> all of a sudden you sawhorses go down. with what's been going on, it's kind of sad to think. you can even focus on the rest of it. it took a while and the kids were really upset seeing what was going on. >> track veterinarians determined arms runner had to be euthanized. the second horse that went down was okay. this is the tracks 23rd death since late december. in san jose the residents of hope village are waking up in hotels this morning, but the situation is temporary. they have been living in tents south of minetta international airport, but the land has been reclaimed. it has been the government sanctioned home to 19 people for six months while the city and homeless advocates for something more permanent. neighbors objected to a site at willow glen and so far nothing else has been found.
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this weekend the residents were given hotel vouchers for the neck 28 days. >> there are 4000 people in san jose homeless, 7000 in the county, but he has to care and try to make a difference. >> organizers say one solution may be finding private property owners to host the camp. this morning the main spillway of the orval dam is about to go back online for the first time since it's all part two years ago. the massive spillway has been restored to full functionality. tomorrow they plan to send water down the structure at a rate of 20,000 cubic feet per second. this follows extensive repairs at the dam, the total costs more than $1 billion. the spillway was crumpled during heavy rains in 2017. an emergency spillway showed signs of failing. the trigger had the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people" police have been reconstructed to manage reservoir levels and protect against floods. let's get a check on
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weather this monday morning. >> good morning, happy monday. wasn't it so warm and beautiful this week. it was nice. okay, so warm temperatures today , we will see more clouds and we have a few weather systems rolling in. unfortunately we can't keep her totally going for us, but we are looking at at least temperatures on the warm side. let's show you a live look. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies come temperatures running in the upper 40s to low to mid 50s at this hour. all of this green, that is actually ground clutter and not rain. we are tracking a few showers across the north coast. you can see right over the bay, a few showers this morning. it is all because of a weak weather system we are tracking. mostly cloudy skies come mild temperatures is the kick off the work week. mostly cloudy skies and mainly try this afternoon with some scattered showers this evening
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with this weak weather system. and we are tracking a few weather systems this week. one of the storms will be a stronger one. i will show you this in just a minute. here is the satellite and radar view. there is the low pressure system praying the week weather system mainly to the north. it is mainly to the north, that is why we have a few showers across the north coast. this ridge of high pressure that gave us a beautiful spring like weather over the weekend will continue to push off to the east. that will in the door for weather systems to come our way. then a return of the wet weather. as we go through the afternoon, again looking at mostly cloudy skies. is we head through this evening we will start to see scattered showers at 6 pm. not all of us. the north they will have the greatest chance, but you can see a few showers possible for the san francisco peninsula. as we go through 9 pm, scattered showers as well from the peninsula, the east bay and south you have the chance going through night. tomorrow starting at 6 am you
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can see scattered showers are wet and some spots for tomorrow morning. the pollen count, it is high. we are looking at medium-high for today and it increases skyhigh on tuesday. this is a scale from 1 to 12, very close to the top of that. 11.8 on tuesday, 1020 wednesday and for thursday this was still high for most of the week. here is what you can expect for today. daytime highs in the mid 60s in san francisco, upper 60s in oakland, low 70s in fremont, mid-70s for san jose above average temperatures for this time of year. here's the 70 forecast, mainly try to come scattered showers continue for your tuesday. a break on wednesday, scattered showers thursday and a stronger storm bringing rain and wind arrives for friday. this will be a quick mover, scattered showers saturday and dryer sunday. no let's check in with gianna and elise. >> you had a big of a snag as
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you head to the ultima past this morning, west on 580 rent line look for debris in the road. it is slowing traffic, busy out of tracy on the west onto a five. it looks like it is a bumper in the lane. hopefully they will have that cleared in the next couple of minutes, but we have slightly slower speeds as you work your way through there. it gets better once you pass the area, especially as you head for the dublin interchange. we are seeing extra volume already, but the good news is the major delays as far as travel times go. you are in the yellow slightly with a 29 minute drive time from 205-2680. everything else is clean, nice speeds for highway four and 101 looking okay. except for this little snag, north 1010 lawrence expressway, they are clearing an accident out of the right lane. we are not seeing any delays on the north side, looks like things are wrapping up as you
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work your way out of sunnyvale this morning. taking drive times, slightly slower speeds on 280 n. between 680 and 85. 15 minutes to go that 11 mile stretch. other than that everything else is in the green. we get a close look at 280 coming up in my next report. is a live look at the bay bridge. most delays are in the fast lanes. an easy ride to san francisco. filmmaker ken burns is going country and its hammer time. >> chris martinez has your eye on entertainment. ♪ at told you can't touch this ♪ >> reporter: get out those parachute pants, its hammer time. rapper mc hammer is launching his first north american tour since 1991, playing a dozen cities beginning in june. a show will rotate a bill of r&b and hip-hop acts from the 80s and 90s including info, julio and sir mix a lot. >> you can make love to it, you
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can plan a funeral, it's just really having something in it for everybody. >> reporter: dolly parton is one of the stars featured in an upcoming eight part, 16 hour documentary by filmmaker ken burns called country music. >> it's american history firing on all cylinders. it's another way to understand the camp located 20th century. >> reporter: country music features interviews with at least 100 performers, songwriters and musicians. it airs on pbs in september. netflix is launching the eight part original series our planet this week. four years in the making and found in 50 countries, the series takes viewers into the world's diverse habitats from the jungles to the seas to the deserts. penelope cruz and salma hayek are among the narrators who tell the earth's story. it debuts friday. the giants getting out of san diego with a two and two
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record to start the season. and the workers could take over first place in the conference with a win last night. highlights, coming up. and live look at side, downtown san
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sole possession of first place in the western conference was on the line last night at oracle. generations of curry, staff, grandpa dale and baby canada watch him get the circus shot to go. he was five or five shooting 21 points off the bend. then curry buries a corner store, scoring 25. they blew out charlotte 137 1090 and move one game ahead of
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denver for the number one seed in the west. duke and zion facing michigan state, winner goes to the final four. doubles up 1, the spurns of the lead, they win 68-67 going to the final four for the first time since 2015. auburn without too makiki against -- game goes to overtime. jared harper scores two of the 1226 in overtime. their first ever final four. padres chris paddock arriving to his major league debut in style. giants and padres title i, dyson tried to get out of a bases-loaded jam, but manny machado beat out the throne and the padres beat the giants 3-1. there are taking over the coliseum against the angels. but chris davis connects his fourth home run in six games. and 12 to 1 and taking three
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out of four fall from the angels. >> the sharks had to win last night against calgary to keep the pacific division hopes alive. san jose led 1-0. sean manahan tied the game and 30 seconds later mark jankowski scored to give them a 2-1 lead. the flames weren't down there. less than a minute after that, don scored to make it 3 to 1 in calgary scored three times in 75 seconds. they win the game 5-3. the flames clench the pacific division. >> stanford women, big game tonight against number one seed and defending champion notre dame. highlights on the late show, have a great monday everybody. time now is 4:57. >> a giant lead for the sierra snow survey. to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. grace, you get the beach house,
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just don't leave the lights on, okay? to mateo, my favorite chair. to chris, the family recipes. to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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new overnight, flames breakout near a bay area highway. this morning, the origin traced back to a secluded encampment. >> a bay area priest arrested on child sex abuse charges, with the church told parishioners at mass. former vice president joe biden on a defense this morning. what a nevada politician says he did that made her feel uncomfortable. good morning everyone, it is monday, april 1. >> hope you enjoyed the sunny weather over the last couple of days because it's a changing. >> that's right and we are tracking a week weather system that will bring the return of scattered showers as early as this evening. some changes ahead on this april fools, no joke here. here is a live look with our roof came. you can see quite tower with mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies, temperatures in the upper 40s to low to mid 50s at


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