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terans. visit p-v-a dot org. new this morning, san francisco police have won in custody after a standoff that forced people from their hotel rooms. details of the ordeal that kept that area shut down for hours. the warrior fans are waking up thinking what could have been after game seven comes down to the final minutes. the team that made it all the way to hawaii is back in california, but not back at their father's home in santa clara. i'll tell you about the man's attempt to reach their son. mornings on 2 starts right now.
good morning, i'm claudine wong. rosemary, you told us that the weather would be cooler yesterday. i still can't complain. >> it was nice, outside, outdoors, breezier yesterday, giving you a live look outside the door this morning. more of the same or slightly cooler for some today with a mix of sun and clouds on out there this morning. bringing in the on shore breeze and the cooler flow helping to mix out the marine layer. not as widespread out there this morning though. this will continue to deepen with partly cloudy skies as temperatures will remain right above what we have had on saturday, but some may take an
additional bit for afternoon. outside your door right now in oakland, 52 in napa areas into the east bay, you're looking at the lower 50s. 51 for lafayette right now and the afternoon highs for today a cool breezy day for the coast once again. and the low 60s in san francisco and upper 60s to the near 70 degrees right around the bay. the inland locations where they warmed up into the mid-70s yesterday going to the lower 70s. and 71 degrees expected for areas right around morgan hill. we're not bottoming out just yet. but i'll show you the extended forecast and perhaps a sprinkle in the forecast as well as i will detail that coming up. new this morning, police have taken three people into custody following a late night standoff as they say at 10:45 last night they received reports about shots being fired near mission and sixth streets.
when they arrived, they ran outside the building as witnesses were staying at the hotel nearby where they were not allowing them to return to their rooms and the area was also blocked off, for about four hours. police are searching for the gunman that shot and killed the busy man. that shooting happened yesterday afternoon on eastbound interstate 580 near richmond. police say that the 31-year-old of san francisco was driving on the freeway with someone in the other car that drove up and started shooting. they lost control of the suv and they crashed. witnesses say they heard more than a dozen shots. >> you advise that they did not actually see the shots that hurt them to smell the gunfire. >> it's about 10 to 15 cars ahead. my windows are down and the roof is open, so you can hear the shots right up on you. >> reporter: police say that they were targeted and the road rage does not appear to be the motive. but the several witnesses
reported seeing a white pickup truck speeding away, but they are not calling it a suspect vehicle. they are asking anyone who may have seen the shooting to call richmond police. also in richmond from the shooting, the man was killed by the amtrak train, which happened at 2:00 in the afternoon just south of the train stations. the spokesperson says they were headed to san jose when they walked in along the tracks. they saw them walk away who disappeared from the scene, asking that woman to contact them. suffering minor injuries after battling a fire overnight, which happened around 9:30 last night. firefighters say that they started it in the garage and then spread to the attic causing that roof to cave in. the home is a hoe fall loss and the cause of the fire is under investigation. the fire destroyed one home, damaging another as that fire broke out just above noon
yesterday they then found flames in the laundry room of one home as they got out calling 911. that home suffered major damage as the house next door also caught fire. and the damage there was minimal. >> what a run for the warriors, but disappointment for the teens and their fans. the los angeles clippers knocked off the warriors last night in game seven of their playoff series. and the big advancement of the warriors, they could only think about next season as they lead for a good part of the game, even later in the fourth quarter. he scored 33 with nine assists. >> we fought and left it all out on the floor. no regrets with a couple days here and there in rough
situation. >> reporter: their victory was important to move past the donnell sterling scandal. >> i just thought that the team needed the game. i mean honestly, i just wanted us to win the game. not because of not winning last year, but i thought that the team just needed this win. >> reporter: they now face the thunder starting tonight. his wife is showing the game that she did not speak to the media as she entered the arena. the nba has announced they will appoint a new ceo to run the clippers after banning donald sterling from the league for life as they say that the ceo's search is already underway that they are also moving forward with plans to force telling to sell the team. in the meantime the woman that recorded the racist comments say he is traumatized and deeply hurt about what has happened. >> i'm with him in the state of where i want to help him.
urging him to come to his own rescue. but even so i think he failed that. he's alone. >> reporter: he denies havin a romantic relationship with sterling. as we first told you yesterday morning the south bay teenager who survived the flight from san jose of the wheel well of the jet has left hawaii. we now know that he is back in california and ktvu is live outside his santa clara home with more on this weekend's developments. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning, claudine. as we do know that the teen is back in california, but not in the custody of his father we've learned. let me show you the picture of the teen that is very memorable and you've all probably seen at this point it was snapped just two weeks ago showing the teen
being taken from the runway in hawaii after stowing away in the wheel well of the boeing 77 on a flight from san jose to maui. the teen was reportedly trying to reach his mother who still lives in africa. now he is back in california in the custody of santa clara's department of children and family services according to the mercury news. his father reportedly made the trip to hawaii to reunite with his son, but was denied access. and it is unclear where the teen will end up, but there were claims he was unhappy living here in santa clara with his father and stepmother. and that he had difficulty adjusting to life in the u.s. back out here live we are outside his family home and hope to obtain the update from the family on the teen's whereabouts and his conditions. he reportedly had some breathing issues following that stow away on the flight to hawaii, ultimately trying to learn an update from the
family. channel news. officers say it happened around 6:00 last night on the school road when the man lost control of his vehicle and then hit that tree. and the driver suffered majorinjuries, expected to face dui charges. his wife who was a passenger in the car was killed in the crash. a man injured in the hit- and-run crash yesterday in san francisco has died from the injuries, which happened at 2:30 in the intersection of folsom and cesar chavez. the driver who they believe caused the crash is still missing. anyone with information is asked to call san francisco police. uc davis students have canceled plans for a cinco de mayo party because of the protest with the name. and even though that it was going to be held off campus, still 100 students protested that event. they compared it to st.
patrick's day-type parties. big crowds are expected today celebrating cinco de mayo celebrations. they'll have about 60 additional officers on the streets watching for gang or other suspiciousactivities. a high school in morgan hill could find themselves in the middle of the cinco de mayo protest tomorrow morning a. security fence has been set up around live oaks high school. a teen party group is planning to protest their decision to order students to turn their american flag shirts inside out on cinco de mayo in 2010. the school administrators are worried about racial tensions, the federal appeals court cited with the schools and the administrators had the authorities to limit their rights to ensure safety. all right in 20 minutes, making history at the kentucky derby. they live up to the expectations, putting their trainer in the record books. >> these days the house republicans, they actually give john boehner a harder time than what they give me.
and putting the punch line into politics. i just jumped the punch line. sorry about that. they get the crowd going at the annual dinner. another round of the cool breezy weather in the forecast for today. i'm tracking your numbers for the sunday. and talking about how long this trend will last coming up. another live look outside. there's the approach to the toll plaza very quiet on this sunday morning. time now is 7:11. you're watching mornings on 2. female announcer: sleep train's interest free for 3 event
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april 16, 244 people died. 58 are still missing. new documents show the ferry that sank was routinely overloaded according to the new report where they exceeded their cargo limits on 246 trips in the 13 months before it sank. and the day it sank it may have been carried more than three times the recommended cargo. >> they say that the man hospitalized in indiana with the mysterious virus that has sickened hundreds of people in the middle east are now improving where the man is the middle east respiratory syndrome after flying to the u.s. last week from saudi arabia, landing in chicago and they took a bus to indiana and to not get sick for next weekend. it's the first time they have been diagnosed with the virus and officials say that the virus is not very contagious and unlikely to be passed to anyone that has not been to the middle east or even had contact with someone in the middle east. president obama turned some political low life into the punch lines at the white house
correspondence dinner. that could have gone better. in 2008 my slogan was yes, we can. in 2013 my slogan was control, alt, delete. >> the dinner has become a star- studded event featuring a mix of washington's most powerful and hollywood celebrities. more than 2,000 people attended. >> the white house association is celebrating their 100th anniversary, raising money for
scholarships. we'll play more clips of the dinner throughout the newscast. hillary clinton with her own celebration last night presented with the order of lincoln, which is the state of illinois' highest award for the professional achievement and public service. she was born in illinois and is the eighth person from the state to receive the award. last night's ceremony marks the 50th anniversary of the award. they discussed the legacy of the united states as the nation of immigrants and the impact that they would have on social security and economic growth. >> the immigrant community represents something special that we never talk about. we'll do that too, kid. >> reporter: he received an honorary degree on the
ceremony. to continue their discussion on the immigration issues. warren buffett is a fan of mark zuckerburg. >> it's remarkable what he has done. and he has done more for the world than, you know, i was doing nothing at that age. >> well, if they are at the shareholders meeting for this weekend, the investment, that they don't know him very well, but they praise zuckerburg for changing the lives of more than a billion people through social media. >> i know, where were you before facebook? >> i know. 7:17. let's head over for a check on how this sunday is shaping up as i know that we're cooling down and it is actually a lovely day yesterday. and it was nice in many areas. a little breezy for some. and i know that in the city of san francisco, breezy as well, another breezy day for some of us. outside our doors this morning, some of us are waking up with a little more sunshine, giving you a look printing towards the west as you can see the low clouds and the patchy fog with
us as well. but as we turn over to the satellite and radar, i'll show you that it is a responsible party. in addition to cooling us down, the cool air being sent our way disrupted on the marine layer. not as widespread with the clouds this morning and the lower clouds that will continue to move in as well. now, this is deepening and they will continue to deepen over the next couple of days. for today temperatures are going to trend downward just slightly as it looks like actually as we get into monday that will be the coolest day and then on tuesday perhaps a slight bump in temperatures as we rebound. we'll get to that in just a moment. let's talk about today as we will remain with partly cloudy skies and temperatures are slightly cooler as most of us will not really notice too much, but we will be breezy once again. i want to take you to monday because there is a slight possibility with more of a nuance shower we call it because it is not really going to be benefit to us. here we are this morning waking up with the sun and clouds. we're partly cloudy the most. by tomorrow morning, more of
the same, keeping in mind the system that it will still be to the north of us, slowly moving in and across california. and now we're into the afternoon and you can notice what's going on for california, with the scattered showers, scattered showers in the sierra. but here at home, we've got just a slight chance. and that'll be it as we get into tuesday and that system continues to move to the east as we are on our way to the modest warm up. 49 degrees right now in santa rosa and one of the cooler spots in the morning and quite a difference between the two cities. there 54 in oakland and concord and 55 in san jose as we get into the afternoon. 71 expect as well as sonoma and the lower 70s. it's our inland areas that will be trending down a few more degrees along the coast. and 72 for walnut creek and caster valley and the east bay shoreline and 70 for san jose. and looking at 69 for the park.
and 70 degrees for pal alto. the upper 50s to pacifica and half moon bay and the extended forecast. the second half in view, showing you the temperatures today, a tad cooler. monday a cooler day as most of us will be below average at that point, but not long-lived as we get into tuesday and it will be warmer weather on wednesday and thursday. >> a dog is celebrated for hurricane sandy. the new dog at their local spca. the marine will miss their exit on their freeway and they end up in the tijuana jail. the efforts to free him and why his family says he may have gotten lost.
afghanistan on friday. others rushed to help with the rescue. the governor of the area described the site as a mass grave. it's unclear how many people killed, but estimates range 350 to as high as 2,000 people. ukraine's prime minister is blaming his own country's security forces for failing to stop the violence. 42 people died on friday after the confrontation between pro- russian separatists and ukrainian supporters. ukraine's prime minister is promising an investigation and is blaming pro-russian groups for provoking the unrest. the u.s. marine remains in a tijuana prison after being caught with guns at the border. on april 1, andrew missed the last u.s. exit in san diego and accidentally drove into tijuana with guns in his truck. guns are illegal in mexico and there are several signs on the freeway, warning drivers not to take them through the border
crossing. his mother says that her son suffers from ttsd and frequently gets lost. >> this is harder than the two tours when he got blown up by the ied, he had a concussion, two tours in afghanistan, by far the hardest mainly because it's the fear of the unknown. >> and the 25-year-old machine gunner had been receiving treatment at a va hospital after receiving two deployments in afghanistan. the congressman has written a letter to the secretary state john kerry asking the government to help get him released. los angeles police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that killed one of their officers yesterday morning. the officer roberto sanchez was 32 years old, getting married just three months ago. police say they were making a u- turn in the harbor city neighborhood yesterday when they were broadsided by an suv. and the partner was bad rigid, remaining in serious -- badly injured, remaining in serious condition. and this is the third deadly crash involving the lapd
officer in just two months. two bay area police officers killed in the line of duty are among those being honored by california this weekend. santa cruz detectives and elizabeth butler were shot and killed in february of last year while investigating a sexual assault complaint. it will be remembered this evening at the candlelight vigil in sacramento and then tomorrow governor jerry brown will honor that by adding them to the california peace officers memorial. two firefighters are recovering after being injured in a string of brush fires. a total of fire fires broke out yesterday between alpine and pine valley about 30 miles east of san diego. one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion. the other for the possible fractured ankle. the firefighters believe that the faulty catalytic converter may have sparked the fires. they are increasing staffing in northern california as they prepare for what could be an unusual active fire. they have been hiring, training firefighters since january. so far this year they have
responded to double, more than double the average number of fire thanks to the dry conditions from the drought. and we have more details now on how the homeowners could prepare for the fire season. they recommend keeping 100 feet of the fencible space around your home as homeowners are also asked to cheer all brush from yards, roof, gunners, and the branches for them as they have at least six feet from the ground. the plant drought species, that's what they are recommending for yards and they are being asked for the power equipment before 10:00 a.m. new information in the deadly shooting, what they did just before being shot in their own apartment complex. and the response is so big that they are shutting down the job fair yesterday morning, but there is still a way for people who were turned away to apply for jobs. even cooler days for some shaping up around the bay area. outside our doors this morning, it's a cool part as well as we will check in on the current temperatures and take a look at numbers for the afternoons coming up.
a wild ride for the warriors will come to an end as they lose that late league and then lose game seven. welcome back everyone, i'm mike mibach. >> good morning, i'm claudine wong. more on last night's tough loss. but let's talk about weather first as that will make you smile. you'll want to continue to get
it, right? >> yes. today a lot like yesterday and a tad cooler as we are waking up with a little bit more of the blue sky as we have the high clouds. you can see the low clouds in the distance to the west of us as we will continue with a mix of sun and clouds for your afternoon today. and that system that is bringing us the cooler air, they are also helping to stir it as well, helping to break up the marine layer. not as widespread this morning, but the winds are not sure. maybe you do have the early morning baseball game or soccer game as it is a little cooler out there with just a light breeze. most of us are starting out a lot like yesterday as we're a few degrees cooler as we're checking in at 49 degrees. and that is some of the cooler spots. so as we get into your day again, the near repeat from yesterday as we are talking about the 50s through the 9:00 hours. and then for the afternoon, we
are just going to shave off a few degrees for the inland locations and it will be brisk once again kicking in for the sea breeze this afternoon and 62 in san francisco and redwood city and the lower 70s for fairfield, even cooler for tomorrow with a look at your extended forecast coming up. >> and well now topping our news, we'll turn to the warriors, their head coach is not concerned about the future after the painful loss to the clippers. oh look at the start. >> reporter: the warriors were eliminated from the playoffs after losing to the clippers. and that will be game seven of the series. but that's the speculation of the warriors that will be interested in replacing jackson. but that everything will be fine and he has one more season left on his contract. now, with the warriors looking to move to san francisco as they already have that happening, as they released a statement, congratulating the warriors as they will be so
proud of the home team heros as they would finish an amazing time. >> and just one of the kentucky derbies. >> reporter: and it will be right in the derby. >> it was that 2-1 favorite and then they lifted up to the victory with the 140th running of the roses, beating out 15 other horses. and the trainer, they are the 77-year-old who has been a main fixture at golden gate field and now the bay meadows. >> and now nobody is in your way as we hope that you have something left to make thanks, you know. and he ran his eyebrows out. really a nice horse to train. >> one of the owners, they live in the city and southern county and watch parties, held throughout the region yesterday. and that they have captured the hearts of many enthusiasts. >> this is one of the few things in a while that has been good news. with a nice rally behind it. >> it is nice that they have
had an exciting thing happen to them. >> and that it is the first horse to win the derby in 52 years. they will now continue his run to grab that triple crown. the next leg, it is on may 17 at baltimore followed by the stakes in new york on june 7. well, it might be the most exciting thing in sports for the kentucky derby, but also one of the most fashionable events of the year. big colorful hats that were at yesterday's event as they say that this will be a huge limit to be creative for their southern inspired look. some of the people say that getting dressed up are the best part of the day. well back here in the bay area, horse racing fans would watch them in berkeley. golden gate field, simulcast held at churchill downs, hosting a derby day party. the track offered cash prizes for their annual run for the roses hat contest. the south bay teen who survived the flight from san jose to maui in the wheel well of the jet is now back in california. but exactly where is still
unknown. we have a live look outside his santa clara house where he lived with his father and stepmother, katie? >> reporter: good morning, mike. we've knocked on the door of the family's home, but it appears either nobody is home or they are not interested in talking at this point. as you said we note teen is in california, but appears not in the custody of the father. now, let me show you the memorable pictures that captured the attention of the nation. just two weeks ago, showing them being taken in the runway after stowing away in the wheel well from the flight from san jose to maui and that they were reportedly trying to reach the mother and who still lives in africa. and now she he is -- and now he is back in custody of the family and children services. reportedly making the trip and denied access. but the teen, they have been treated for difficulties, following the long oxygen deprived trip of the wheel
well. and that the islamic relations, they have half of the families. and for the organization, but they have not heard back as it is unclear where the teen will end up at this point. and there were reports that he was in an argument with his father and that he had not adjusted well to life here in the u.s. and that he was home sick for his mother. and again, he is in the custody of the officials. and not in the custody of his father from what we know at this point that we hope to hear an update today. live in santa clara, ktvu channel 2 news. we have new information on a deadly shooting in san francisco. and the 26-year-old was shot and killed inside their apartment complex around 1:40 yesterday morning. and according to the san francisco chronical, he accidentally entered the wrong apartment after a night of drinking with friends as they say that they got off on the wrong floor and went to the unit that is in the same location as their home as police have arrested the 68- year-old. and he says that he broke the
doorknob to his apartment to get in. a man accused in the deadly rampage in the southern california hair salon has plead guilty and could not face the death penalty. a jury will decide whether that scott will be sentenced to life in prison or to be put to death for the shooting death of eight people, including the ex-wife at the salon in 2011. and the public defender said for the victim's family was a lengthy trial. >> i know that the next question is whether or not that the district attorney, if they will continue to show you the death penalty and of course they will. >> and the shootings, they were in the worse mass killings in their history. as they have been scheduled to start next month. and they have been arrested in connection with the attack on four workers. and the california department of state hospital says that they were charged at the staff members on tuesday night. and according to the tribune that two hospital police officers, they suffered serious injuries. the other injuries were minor as they were arrested on the
suspicion of conspiracy, assault, battery, and resist of an officer. friends killed in the car crash have created the memorial at the scene of the accident as they are now showing you flowers and candles at the drive in san jose and the 18- year-old woman died on friday night and the young male driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition and after the car they were in slammed into the traffic pole. police have still not released their names, but the classmates, they were looking forward to graduation. they were getting ready to graduate in the next month. and it is one of the biggest accomplishments. police say that the driver, they may have ran a red light and then crashed into the second vehicle and slammed into the pole. but the family in the second vehicle, they were not hurt as it is not known yet if speed or alcohol was a factor in that crash. but the red cross has helped the family find temporary shelter after the apartment fire in san jose, which started at 5:00 last night in a building on julian street.
and one woman said they were writing a term paper when they heard all the commotion as they say that they thought it was just the neighbor making noise until they ran into her apartment and told her to get out. >> and thankful, very thankful. yeah, i mean if he had not been yelling and screaming and trying to get us out of there, -- i would have been oblivious as i smelled nothing. >> it looks like a barbecue on the roof started that fire. no one was hurt. the sacramento city council has indefinitely postponed a vote on a new downtown arena for the kings. the vote has been scheduled to take place on may 13, but the sacramento b reports a deal for the kings to contribute $222 million and the city to pay $255 million will move forward as they hope to break ground on the arena downtown the plaza and later on in the summer they could open in 2016. well the boxing champion is
still good as gold. >> and now what he is doing, he remains undefeated by beating them last night in las vegas and it was one of his toughest fights as he won the majority decision and that he would continue to live up to the nickname, guaranteed to receive $32 million plus a share of the pay-per rev -- pay-per view revenue. they would start accepting the developers to build from alameda point, looking to build more than 800 apartments and condos after the former navy base that city is going around their 1973 ban by asking developers to apply for the state exemption to local land use laws by including the certain number of the low income housing. and tesla's job fair drew a lot of job seekers as they needed to be canceled after a huge backup on interstate 880.
hundreds of applicants were lined up early yesterday morning. organizers were forced to close the event by 10:00 a.m. due to the overwhelming response. >> and we were super excited that people finally came. we were excited to work at tesla and we're excited to meet them too. >> a number of job seekers who showed up early in the morning did not get a chance to interview as they say that anyone that did not get the interview could still apply online at their career sites. all right time now 7:40, students and parents of the high school are on edge and the protest, they are being planned for tomorrow morning and that right wing hosted members of the tea party that they are now weighing in on them. and it means that in nine months we will officially have a sequel to bad grandpa. pretty much everybody at last night's white house correspondence dinner will take a closer look at the event and the presidents, which made it one of the biggest nights in washington.
our cool breezy set up will remain for your sunday as we'll have a look at what area may be a little cooler for today and how long they would last coming up. and let's take you outside for a look at traffic on this sunday morning. here is a live look at the bridge. there are a few events scheduled around the bay area on the cinco de mayo weekend. but right now as you can see, traffic is moving just across that bridge and across the bay area roads. 7:41 on the clock. you're watching mornings on 2.
>> it was a night of jokes, laughs, celebrities at the annual white house dinner last night. president obama entertained the crowd with one liners about himself, his health care plan and his republican counterparts. the evening was hosted by the comedian joel mchale. the white house correspondence dinner is one of the most anticipated nights in washington, but as the reporter explains, it took a few popular presidents to really get the event rolling. >> ladies and gentlemen, it is my distinct honor and privilege to introduce to you. >> the president of the united states. >> reporter: which started as a party of 50 is now the hottest night in d.c. so when did it explode? >> coincidentally when i started. 1993, but it is because it was bill clinton's first dinner. they had a very large hollywood following. and they wanted to be at the dinner. >> and then barack obama had an even bigger hollywood following. >> huge.
>> reporter: the woman who has pulled it off for 22 years, the mother of four daughters. >> which was harder. any one of those four weddings or barack obama's first dinner? >> barack obama's first dinner. yup. >> reporter: that skyrocketing popularity lead to executive chef's first memorable moment. >> it's the biggest surprise, it happened a few years ago, seeing, you know, a couple hundred people walk through the kitchens. and then come to find out, it was all the celebrities. i guess the word went out that it was an easy way to get to the ballroom. >> after decades at the hilton, they start descending on d.c. that can be interesting. >> preferably the most bizarre one is sharon stone when she was here a number of years ago and wanted everything pureed. >> reporter: she's not the only one with special requests. >> the first president bush hated broccoli. >> yes, we didn't have broccoli on any of the menu. we had the secret service come
over here, place was cleaned, no broccoli. >> reporter: as for clinton, when celebs were audienced enough. >> we had a habit of going into the kitchen as they would love that and it is an experience that they would not have with anybody else. >> reporter: the long-time staff also remembers that clinton, she is usually late. and both pushes, they are always early. whether or not they are serving the republican or the cleb- mobbed democrat, it is always an honor for those that treat them as vips. >> and they were reporting last night and also a big night for the man named francisco after 44 years serving the head table at the white house correspondence dinner as he is now retiring. well, ants that are native to africa, they are now here in california. last month the big headed ants were smarter than a yard. agriculture officials say they have been trying to figure out
if there are other colonies. tomorrow more than 1,500spam bait will be set up in the area. they are not dangerous to humans, but they could threaten the state's agriculture. a dog separated from his family after hurricane sandy has been reunited with his family. after the hurricane they thought they would never see their dock wreckless -- their dog wreckless a year. when they went down to the local spca, they say they were surprised to see a familiar face. >> we're freaking out because our dog is there, you know what i mean? and he's a lot heavier, i didn't recognize him faith. i thought hey that dog looks like wreckless and my wife said hey it is wreckless. >> the couple showed them pictures to prove that wreckless was theirs as they all went home as a family. they say that he was picked up as a stray about six months ago. >> crazy story. >> right. >> i'm sure wreckless is like any time now, you can come get
me. i'm waiting. but now he's home and happy. >> yes. it's sunday, which is my friday. and as always, we were talking. >> yes. >> getting ready for my weekend. >> and to talk about how it is his weekend and not ours. >> right. >> but it is everyone's weekend this sunday, so windy yesterday as you mentioned. but today the gusty winds again. >> reporter: they will pick up once again for the second half of the afternoon. 10 to 15 miles per hour for some of the inland areas, but right there along the coast, just inside the bay over parts of the north bay and closer to 20 for you and over the bay. and a mix of high clouds as you can see the three clouds there right in front of us. they will name those clouds again as you can look on to the satellite and radar and what has create add big cool down just a few days ago. the big story was just how warm it was, even breaking records. and now the story this weekend is wow. how much cooler we are. it is the system here that is right off the coastline to
continue to deepen as we get into monday. monday looks to be the coolest day. now, outside the doors, in addition to the lower clouds, high clouds once again, but we also have the blue skies tucked in there and that it would have to do with the system as well, ushering in the cool air and that is disrupting the marine layer. so the low cloud deck is not as widespread this morning. and not as uniformed. partly cloudy skies as we get into your afternoon. cooler for some, especially for the inland communities as they would drop a few more degrees along the coast around the bay, a lot like yesterday and the breeze will be with us throughout the afternoon once again. now, as we get into monday, this cooling trend, they will finally bottom out. this is when we will hit the lowest point, which will be the coolest day and even a possibility of maybe a few light passing showers over parts of the north bay, but it doesn't look like much as you won't need your umbrella as it is not a rain event, but maybe a shower would pop up and we'll be tracking that for tomorrow. 53 in fairfield right now and
in areas like napa and santa rosa, but not by much. 58 in san francisco and in concord for the afternoon today and a mild day for livermore. now, let's take a look at the lower 60s for you by the afternoon, to expect it, settling on into the second half of your afternoon as you could call it the evening and at that point they were sunsetting at 8:00 and still mild as we need to get into the afternoon with a more widespread look for you and 54 for the area here. oakland at 72 for danville and for livermore. the lower 70s for morgan hill and the upper 60s expected for most of us in redwood city and mountain view included in there. and the extended forecast here, they are so cruel, a little breezy once again for the second half of your weekend. partly to mostly cloudy on monday, temperatures are even cooler before we do begin to
rebound as you can notice them coming in on tuesday and a more noticeable jump coming as we get into wednesday and thursday spinland locations reaching the location, reaching back to the upper 70s by thursday. now, back to the desk. facebook is making a new friend, the fellow millionaire that just gave mark zuckerburg a rave review. one of the most watched shows on television, now, jack bower and a reason to celebrate to prepare to make their return.
san francisco mayor lee is getting involved to find a location for a museum of george lucas' artifacts in san francisco. lee has given his staff until the end of this month to come up with a possible list. the director comes after ejecting the bid -- rejecting the bid. lucas has said that he could take the project to chicago. in the meantime the casting is complete and filming is set
to begin for star wars episode 7 as it will be bringing back some of the original cast including harrison ford and carrie fisher. filming is expected to begin in england. box numbers are in. the web slinging spiderman has spunk spun his way to the top. >> you know what i love about being spiderman? everything. >> reporter: the amazing spiderman 2 brought in more than $35 million. that's about seven times more than "the other woman," which brought in less than $5 million. "heaven is for real," "captain america the winter soldier," and "rio 2" brought in the top five. jack is badge >> it's him, jack bauer.
>> super agent jack baer returns to save the night. tomorrow begins the episode weekly event, where he comes out of hiding to prevent another global disaster. keith sutherland is the hero. >> for me it is physical, literally just get your endurance back. because every time you see him running two blocks down that area, i do it 16 different times from that angle, to this angle and you'll be doing that all day. >> reporter: well, we don't want to give too much away, but jack is in london this time at 8:45 this morning. and inside the show "24 live another day," plus the demons of jack bauer's closest friends. you can see "24 live another day," starting tomorrow night at 8:00 and also follow the ktvu staffers in a live tweet during the show. all you have to do to include the hash tag 24 on 2. now, the san francisco giants are going for the sweep in atlanta today and last
night, it was the heritage game, the tribute to the negro leagues as they were wearing the appropriate uniform. tim lincecum showing off the black specs. getting on the board early, leading off the second with the solo shot to the right center. it's 1-0 giants after the braves had tied the game in the third. buster posey feeling good about being back in his home state, hits one to the left. they're back in front 2-1. then in the 7th, michael morris says give me some of that. another solo shot for san francisco. what is with all these solo home runs they've been hitting. ryan goes on to pitch six strong to get that 3-1 win. the a's at fenway park wrapping up the long road trip. yesterday the bottom of one, johnny gomes starts the party and it's 4-0 just like that. jon lester on the hill for the red sox and he was, well, i guess you could say on. caught looking as nick goes down swinging, the same for coco crisp, a career high of 15
strikeouts for lester on the day. and the red sox, they held on 6- 3. happening today a 10-year- old girl from fresno who is visually impaired is making her dreams come true in a triathlon at mission bay. she's participating in a 100- yard swim, a three-mile bike ride and a three-quarter mile run. and it is the first triathlon. she says she has been participating every day for today's events. >> i've been running on the treadmill a lot. 2.6 miles. >> it is one thing. i swam over my vacation. >> reporter: a lot of practice that's paying off. when she began running at her school last year, her confidence just skyrocketed. she hopes that today's event will bring her closer to her
goal of becoming a paraolympian. >> good for her. a website using good bargains to help make the difference in the lives of the families battling childhood cancer. they feature all kinds of products sold at low prices. every month 10% goes towards a family with the one battling cancer. they are also given the option to make their own donations when they check out. and we posted a link. that site is our website. and just find it on the home page under web links. all right, controversy over the party that nicknamed their off campus party that was given where they would call it racially intensified. and they are headed back to the bay area. being arranged to bring their services. and the cooling trend, they would continue for your bay area sunday. i'm updating your current temperatures, tracking the afternoon highs for your area coming up. ñw?
california, but not as his father's home. the efforts that the family is going through to reunite with that child when mornings on 2 continues. good morning everyone and welcome to the mornings on 2. it is sunday may 4. i'm mike mibach. >> good morning, i'm claudine wong. and we'll start you off with a quick look at your weather and rosemary, some people are telling me it will be a little windy yesterday as you saw that too, right? >> yeah, it was caught up in the wind and a cool day for many of us. and well inland, low to mid-70s in the forecast yesterday. perhaps a tad cooler for today. let's start out with a live look over san francisco and pointing to the west, you can see that we have those low clouds that are hugging up against the coastline this morning. it's not as widespread with the lower clouds, but the system bringing up the cool down for you, also helping to disrupt that marine layer, within the mix of sun and clouds and high clouds and low clouds and little bit of the blue skies to
start the day. upper 50 s in oakland and an improvement for your neighborhoods where we were just in the upper 40s recently. 58 in foster city and 57 outside your door of pal alto as we will shift into sunnyvale. now, as we get into the afternoon, they will continue and the mix of low clouds, perhaps along the coast and a mix of high clouds for your afternoon for the inland communities. the temperatures for today, 60s at the coast, just inside the bay. the 70s for our inland locations and that will be about it. it will be a lot of green and a lot of yellow here on this footprint as you need to see it for you and napa and livermore. and 59 degrees at pacifica and the sea breeze, it will be back along the shore just inside the bay for some of the inland communities as well as they will continue to cool down as you can see how long in the extended forecast coming up.
new this morning, they have taken three people into custody following a late night standoff as they say at 10:45 last night they received a report about shots being fired near mission and sixth street when they arrived. they say that the suspects, they went inside a building as witnesses were standing nearby and they are not allowing them to return to their rooms. but the area was also blocked off for about three hours after being taken into custody. two firefighters suffered minor injuries after battling a fire overnight, which happened around 9:30 on paradise court. firefighters say that the fire started in the garage and then spread to the attic causing the roof to cave in and the cause of the fire is under investigation. police are searching for the gunman who shot and killed a man on the busy freeway. that shooting happened just before 12:45 yesterday afternoon on eastbound 880. the 81-year-old was driving on the freeway when someone in the other car drove up and started
shooting. he lost control of his suv and crashed. the witnesses say they heard more than a dozen shots. >> we don't believe that the suspect or the suspects require that. >> and with shots fired, they say that he was targeted and road rage does not appear to be the motive as they reported seeing a white pickup truck speeding away, but right now, they are not calling it a suspect's vehicle. they are asking anyone that may have seen the shooting to call richmond police. and also in richmond, not too far from the freeway shooting that the man was killed by the amtrak train, which happened about 2:00 in the afternoon and just south of the train station at carlson boulevard. and the spokesperson says that the train was headed to san jose when they hit and killed a man walking along the tracks as they saw them walk away and disappeared from the scene as they are asking that woman to contact them. and the students, they have canceled plans for the cinco de mayo party because of protests
over their names. the party, which would be called sin -- called cinco de drinco is now canceled. and for cinco de mayo celebrations, police say they will have an additional 60 officers out on the streets. those officers will be managing traffic and watching for gang or other suspicious activity. tomorrow's holiday marks the 1862 victory of the mexican army overt french horses. the high school in morgan hill could find themselves in the middle of the cinco de mayo protest tomorrow morning, which has been set up. but the tea party group is planning to protest their decision to order students to turn their american flag shirts inside out on cinco de mayo back in 2010 and they were worried about racial tensions. the federal appeals court cited with the school, saying that they have the authority to limit the students and their rights to ensure safety.
well time now is 8:05, what a run for the warriors. a disappointment for the team and their fans. >> well, blake griffin and the los angeles clippers knocked off the warriors last night in game seven. the score is 1:26 to 1:21. they would advance to the second round while the warriors could only think about next season. and that it will be a good part of the game, even late in the fourth quarter as they scored 43 points and 9 assists. >> we fought and we left it out on the floor. we didn't think that we would have any regrets as to the series and how it unfolded. a couple of plays here and there down the stretch of the game, which could be a good situation. >> well the clippers head coach, they say that their team's victory was important to move past the donald sterling scandal. >> i just thought that the team, they really needed the game. i mean honestly, i just wanted
us to win the game. and not because of winning last year and i just thought that with all the stuff that the team, they just needed this win. the clippers, they will now face the oklahoma city thunder, which starts tomorrow night in oklahoma city. donald sterling's wife shelly attended last night's game. she didn't speak to the media as she entered the arena, she is still allowed to go to the games. they announced that they will appoint a new ceo to run the clipper after banning donald sterling from the league for life. the nba says that the ceo's search is already underway as the league is also moving forward with plans to force sterling to force the team. in the meantime the woman who recorded their racist comments, they say that he is traumatized and deeply hurt about what has happened. >> i'm with him in a state of where i want to help him. and urging him to come through to their own rescue. but even so i think he feels
that he's alone. >> she denies having a romantic relationship with sterling, saying she is his personal assistant and sees him as a father figure. as we first told you yesterday morning, the teenager that survived the flight of the wheel well of the jet has left hawaii. and we now know that he's back in california as they are live outside the home for thus morning with more on this weekend's developments. katie? >> reporter: good morning, mike. we have knocked on the door of the family door here in santa clara, which is under scrutiny for about two weeks now, since they survived that stowaway to hawaii. it appears that no one is home as there are reports that they did not like living here with their father and stepmother and that they may have been trying to reach their mother who would still live in africa. and the now infamous picture of the back of the teen's head as they were taken off the runway of hawaii and really all the images here.
and since surviving the trip from san jose to maui in the boeing 767 that they have been in protective custody and at one point, hospitalized for breathing problems. now, they released a statement last week saying that they were headed to hawaii to reunite with his son, but according to the mercury news, that he was denied access. and people who live nearby the family, they say they live in their santa clara rental home for less than a year as they kept to themselves and as of this weekend and that they will be back in california and they are reportedly in the custody of their department of family and children services. and now the council on the american islamic relations, they have been speaking on behalf of the family as we have left a message for that organization, but they have not heard back. and now if they do come home today that it would be the first time that anyone has seen him since he made that trip to hawaii. and live in santa clara, ktvu channel 2 news. well this morning we are getting new video of the deadly crash.
and the officers say that it happened around 6:00 last night when the man lost control of their vehicle. and the driver, they suffered major injuries and that they are expected to face the dui charges. his wife who was a passenger in that car was killed in the crash. a man injured in the hit and run car crash yesterday has died from his injuries. that crash happened at 2:30 in the morning near the intersection of cesar chavez and folsom street. three cars were revolved. the driver who caused the crash is still missing. anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call san francisco police. former oakland police chief has been tapped as the interim police chief. the times reports that the city has been without a police chief since genre tired last night. the city council is expected to discuss a proposed contract for ward paying him more than $12,000 a month as he would serve through september, but would not receive medical or
retirement benefits. happening now, the traffic alert for drivers in danville. several streets including the railroad avenue, danville boulevard, and wayne avenue, they are closed for the double mountain run. runners will also use the iron horse trail and police will provide traffic control at trail crossings. streets are expect today reopen at 11:00 a.m. well time now is 8:11. coming up at 8:30, friends and family remember those hit and killed in oakland. the incentive being offered by police and the hope that someone with new information would come forward. since the 2012 chevron refinery fire, they say the one reason they are not ready for the job. your bay area sunday includes further cooling for some. we'll have a look at the numbers expected for your areacom up.
this morning south korea's president met with those who died in the sunken ferry as they say that their heartbreaks knowing what they were going through. it was the second visit of the ferry victims as the meeting came as they recovered two more bodies from the ferry as they capsized and sank back on april 14. doctors say that the man hospitalized in indiana with a mysterious virus that has sickened hundreds of people in the middle east are now improving as the man became ill with the middle east respiratory syndrome or merz after flying to the u.s. last week from saudi arabia, landing in chicago and took a bus to indiana and did not get sick
until last weekend. it's the first time they have been diagnosed with the virus as officials say that the virus t is not very contagious and it is unlikely to be passed to anyone that has not been to the middle east or even have contact with someone from the middle east. a new report says that the state has hired several new refinery inspectors straight out of college. according to the chronical that none of the new inspectors have any refinery safety experience as they would state that most of them have bachelor's degrees and some of them have master's degrees. and they told the chronical that the new hires, they are qualified and they will undergo several months of training before starting any inspection as they received millions of dollars to hire more inspectors after the chevron refinery fire in 2012. vice president joe biden to emphasize the importance of immigration reform. and the vice president was one of several keynote speakers at miami-dade college as he discussed the legacy of the united states as the nation of
immigrants. he also spoke about the impact for the future reforms that they would have on social security and economic growth. >> and the immigrant community. and they represent something special that we never even talked about. we'll do that too, kid. but not to finish my speech. >> reporter: biden received an honorary degree and right after the event he met with the business leaders to continue their discussion on the immigration issues. hillary clinton was presented with the order of lincoln award last night and their highest award for the professional achievement in the public service as clinton was born in illinois and is the 8th person from the state to receive the award. they marked the 50th anniversary of the award. >> and as a fan of facebook founder, mark zuckerburg. >> it is remarkable what they have done. i mean, he has done more for the world than, you know, i was doing nothing at that age.
>> and he's the shareholder and the data shareholders meeting this weekend for the investment. and he says that he does not know him very well, but praised him for changing the lives in more than a billion people through social media. and president obama, they would turn some political low lites into the punch lines at the white house dinner. >> of course, we would roll out the healthcare. that could have gone better. in 2008 my slogan was yes, we can. in 2013 my slogan was control, alt, delete. >> the dinner has become a star- studded event, featuring a mix of their most powerful and hollywood celebrities. more than 2,000 people attended including celebrities. the featured comedian was joel mchale. >> hillary clinton has a lot going for her as a candidate.
she has experience, she's a natural leader, and as our first female president, we could pay her 30% less. >> the white house correspondence says that they are celebrating their 100th anniversary as they raise money for scholarships for aspiring journalists. your time now is 8:18. let's head over to rosemary for a look at out sunday will shape up for us. as windy as yesterday or will that calm down? >> it will be breezy as we have the system that will continue to work their way closer to the coast. as it does, they will continue our cool down and they will continue that on shore breeze and that air, that cold air aloft, meaning up above will be cold enough to disrupt the marine layer, giving you a live look over the area where we do have high clouds and a few low clouds there. and a mix of those low and high clouds that will be stretching from one end of the bay area to the others as we will continue with that and partly cloudy skies for the afternoon as this view, they are not picking up the lower clouds, but you can see how low spread that they
would be with sort of the white sky with a lot of us dealing with that this morning and to back it up here to show you the system that we're talking about. so yesterday was a little bit further off the coast, moving in a little bit closer that it will be continuing the southeasterly track and by tomorrow, the temperatures, they will be even cooler, which i think that monday will be the coolest day for the bay area and perhaps even a sprinkle. let me show you here as we get going as we're dealing with partly cloudy skies to the north, a lot of that blue will be going on and just the precipitation falling on and off over parts of california. it would sink in over parts of the bay area, but they will not need a lot. maybe over some of the hills. that'll be about it. but tomorrow will be a cooler day and the temperatures, they will begin to warm up.
most of us in the 50s. for the afternoon the locations and the lower 70s. so it will be a nice day. but if you do have that breeze, you know, it could be a little brisk. the upper 60s in san rafael with a partly cloudy skies, that will be cool for you for oakland and caster valley. 70 for san jose as they will go 70 degrees for santa cruz and the peninsula this afternoon. they are expected in san francisco and the extended forecast here in the second half of your weekend in view and for today, the temperatures will be coming down, just slightly. most of us will not notice too much. as we get into tuesday,
wednesday, the warmest day. upper 70s inland. >> thank you. coming up in 25 minutes, the tv favorite is back. we have a preview of what you could expect as 24 will make their big return. >> soccer fans, clash with police in rome and the circumstances that sparked the riot. female announcer: get three years interest-free financing
declaring it a national day for the mourning for those killed in the double landslide that buried hundreds of homes in the small village on friday as they were hit as they would rush to help with the rescue. it is still unclear how many people have been killed, but after the range from 350 to as high as 2,000 people. violence sparked after one of the most important games of the year in italy. fireworks and other explosive devices happened in rome. it began after an officer shot a fan. the circumstances surrounding the shooting remains unclear, and at least two other fans were also reportedly shot. the unrest happened before the game, delaying the start for 40 minutes to that match. it was the final of the italian cup. the u.s. marine remains in a tijuana prison after more than a month after being caught
with guns at the u.s./mexico border. on april 1 andrew missed the last u.s. exit in san diego and accidentally drove into tijuana with guns in his trucks. guns are illegal in mexico and there are several signs on the freeway warning drivers not to take them through the border crossing. his mother says that her son suffers from ptsd and frequently gets lost. this is harder than the two tours when he got blown up by the ied, he had a concussion, two tours in afghanistan, by far the hardest, mainly because it's the fear of the unknown. >> the 25-year-old machine gunner had been receiving treatment for ptsd at a va hospital after serving two deployments in afghanistan. they have written a letter to john kerry asking them to help get him released. los angeles police are investigating a hit-and-run crash that killed one of their police officers yesterday morning. officer roberto sanchez was 32 years old and just got married
three months ago. police say that they were making a u-turn in the neighborhood yesterday when they were broadsided by the suv. and his partner was badly injured, remaining in serious condition. police say that they have detained one person connected to the accident. this is the third deadly crash involving the lapd officer in two months. two bay area officers killed in the line of duty are among those being honored by california this weekend as elizabeth butler were shot and killed in february last year while investigating the sexual assault complaint. they will be remembered tonight in sacramento. and tomorrow the governor will honor them by adding them to the peace officer's memorial. >> two firefighters are recovering after being injured in the string of brush fires in san diego county. the total of four fires broke out between interstate 8 and pine valley. one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion and the other for a possible fractured ankle.
the firefighters, they believe that the faulty catalytic converter may have sparked that fire. >> to more than 50 years, another kentucky derby winner, the local ties to california and plus the perspective of their 77-year-old trainer. >> it's something that you don't know. we are live in santa clara as the teenage stowaway who made it to hawaii is back in california as i will tell you about their efforts to reunite with them. and the afternoon highs, they will continue to fall. who will be below the seasonal average for today and how low we expect it to be coming up.
surviving what happened back in california and a live picture of their home that they lived in with their step mom coming up in a live report on the teenager's return. now, welcome back to mornings on 2, i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. we'll have the story in just a moment, but first a quick look at your weather on this sunday morning. rosemary, how are things looking out there? >> it is not too bad for us, giving you a live look in oakland where we are waking up with a little more sunshine than yesterday as we do have a mix with the low clouds and the high clouds overhead as the system will be continuing to send in that cool air our way. and in fact it's the cooler air that will be coming our way that has disrupted the marine layer, so they are not as uniform this morning as it will be partly cloudy, slighter cooler because of the system that will be moving their way southeast, sweeping across california and as they move on their way and breezy for the afternoon as well and the on
shore breeze will be picking up once again. they are generally light out there. 60 degrees right now. and the temperatures, they are beginning to rebound in oakland. and 58 for redwood city. 56 in san jose as we get into your morning hours, remaining through about 9:00 or so on out there for your afternoon to make it your lunch hour and then for the second half of the day, these temperatures, they are actually right about the seasonal average. some slipping a tad below san jose, you're normally about 74 for this time of the year as you can see it again in stored for your afternoon, a little cool and breezy at the coast, but the temperatures, they will continue to fall. in fact most of us will be below that average as we will show you where they would hit for you and the extended forecast in just a bit. >> they survived the trip of the wheel well of the airliner who will be back in california and exactly where is still unknown.
and that they will be live this morning and just outside their father's santa clara home, katie? >> reporter: good morning, mike. we have knocked on the door of the family home, but it appears that nobody will be home at this point. we have learned that the father attempted to reach the son in hawaii, but they were apparently not allowed to see them there. now, let me show you the now memorable picture that most of you have seen at this point and just snapped two weeks ago, showing the 15-year-old being taken from the runway in hawaii. and he was stowed away on the wheel well of the flight from san jose to maui as he has been treated for breathing difficulty, following the long cold oxygen deprived trip in the wheel well as they were trying to reach their mother who lives in africa. in a statement released by their father, we learned that they have had trouble adjusting to life in the u.s., receiving little education while in africa. the father reportly made the trip to iowa to reunite with their son last week, but denied
access. now, he's back in california and the custody of santa clara county's department of children and family services according to the mercury news. and the islamic relations have been speaking on behalf of the family as we have left a message for that organization, but they have not heard back. and it is unclear at this point where the teen will end up. there have been reports that he did not like living here in santa clara with their father and stepfather and hence why he tried to make the trip to africa. at this point we're hoping to talk to the family to give you an update on the condition. live in santa clara, channel 2 news. new this morning, video of the firefighters, mopping out the hot spots in the early morning fire as it is while they were fighting that fire and this is the new video that we just got into the newsroom as they broke out at 5:20 this morning. the firefighters say that they spread from the garage that have been converted into a living space to a park car. but the cause of the fire is
still under investigation. friends of the south bay high school student killed in the car crash have create add memorial at the scene of the accident with flowers at north first street in san jose, but the 18-year-old woman died on friday night and the young male driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition. but the car they were in slammed into the traffic pole and police have not released their names. >> as they were looking forward to graduation. >> she is getting ready to graduate next month. and it is one of their big accomplishments. and police say that the driver may have run a red light, crashing into the effective vehicle. and the family in the second vehicle, they were not hurt, but still unknown if it is something that they have helped to find them in san jose and that fire started about 5:00 last night at the building on julian street. one woman said she was weigh term paper when she heard the commotion as she thought it was them making noise until someone
ran to her apartment and told her to get out. >> and be very thankful. yeah. i mean god bless them because if they had not been yelling and screaming and trying to get us out of there that i would have been oblivious as i smelled nothing. >> and the firefighters say it looks as though that the barbecue on the roof started that fire as one was forced out of their apartments because of damage and that no one was hurt. >> but the head coach, they say that they are not concerned about their future after the playoff series loss to the clippers. >> and you don't want that and blake griffin. oh what a shot! >> the warriors were eliminated from the playoffs last night after losing 126-121 in game seven of the series. there's been speculation that the warriors are interested in replacing jackson, but jackson says he is confident that everything will be fine as he has one more season left on his contract. but the warriors are looking to move to san francisco as they have big fan in mayor ed lee, releasing a statement last night congratulating the
warriors on the season. "san francisco bay area is so proud of our home team heros as the warriors finished an amazing and exciting season." a horse with bay area ties wins the kentucky derby. california chrome was the 2-1 betting favorite living up to all the hype. chrome beat out 18 other horses. chrome's trainer is 77-year-old art sherman who has been a main fixture at golden gate field and now bay meadows. >> now nobody is in your way when you push on the button, i hope you've got something left to make thanks. and any runners, he is really a super nice horse to train. >> one of the owners of california chrome was in the city. watch parties were held throughout the region yesterday as chrome has captured the hearts of many
racingenthusiasts. >> this is one of the few things to be able to rally behind it. >> it is nice that somebody local has had an exciting thing happen to them. >> california chrome is the first bred horse to win the derby in 52 years and will now continue his run to grab that triple crown. the next leg is may 17 as they are followed by the area in june 7. back here in the bay area horse racing fans watched the derby. golden gate field simulcasted the race hosting a derby day party offering cash prizes in their annual run for the roses hat contest. new information on a deadly shooting in san francisco. 26-year-old stephen guermo was shot and killed around 1:40 yesterday morning. according to the san francisco chronical, he accidentally entered the wrong apartment after a night of drinking with friends. he got off on the wrong floor and went to the unit as the same location as his, but a
couple floors up. police arrested the man as he broke the doorknob to his apartment in an effort to get in. a man accused of the deadly rampage has plead guilty and could not face the death penalty. the jury would have to decide whether or not he will be sentenced to life in prison or be put to death for the shooting death of eight people including his ex-wife at the beach salon. his public defender said that he plead guilty to spare the victims from the tragedy back in 2011's olympic trial. >> i know that the next question is whether or not that the district attorney will continue to seek the death penalty and the answer is of course we will. >> the shootings are described as the worse mass killings in orange county's history. the trial has been scheduled to start next month. three patients have been arrested in connection with the attack on four workers, which happened on tuesday night. but they say that the patients, they were charged at the staff according to the tribune as the
two officers suffered serious injuries. the others suffered minor injuries. the patients involved are now facing charges of conspiracy, assault, battery, and resisting an officer. a long standing bend on new multi-unit housing in the city of alameda could be abandoned. they announced they would start accepting proposals to build on alameda point, which they are looking to build more than 800 apartments and condos at the former navy base. and it is for them to ask to apply for a state exemption to the local land use laws by including a certain number of the low-income housing. and this weekend friends and family are remembering the oakland man who died many their hit-and-run accident in their neighborhood. the memorial has been set up on the sidewalk near telegraph and 51st street. friends say that they went there every morning to meet with friends and that he was hit and killed while walking in a crosswalk last weekend.
and that series on how they needed to talk to children about it all and that they needed to put it together as it seems like an all around great guy and a great neighbor and it is a tragic loss for our community. police, they are offering up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of the driver who caused that crash. witnesses, they are being asked to call oakland police for crime stoppers. tesla's job fair in fremont drew a lot of job seekers, which needed to be created after the huge backup on interstate 880. hundreds of applicants were lined up in fremont early yesterday morning. organizers were forced to close the event by 10:00 a.m. due to the overwhelming response. and they are super excited that the people came as we are excited to work at tesla and we are excited to meet them too. >> and a number of job seekers whooshed up early in the morning did not get a chance to interview as they say that anyone that did not get on that
interview could still apply online. the city council, they have indefinitely postponed a vote on the new downtown arena for the kings, which the vote has been scheduled to take place on may 13. despite that delay that the sacramento bee is reporting that the deal, which calls for the kings to contribute $220 million and the city to pay $255 million will move forward. the kings are hoping to break ground on the arena in the downtown plaza later in the summer and they could open by 2016. boxing champion floyd money mayweather is still good as gold. he remains undefeated by beatingmarcos last night. it was one of the toughest fights. he did win in a majority decision and money mayweather continues to live up to the nickname, guaranteed to receive $32 million plus a share of the
payper view. the story about incident that kept torres out of their hotel rooms. >> plus, separated after hurricane sandy who found them after their local ftca a year and -- spca a year and a half later. a cool breezy pattern will remain in place for the second half of the weekend. how much cooler it'll be for your afternoon and how long this pattern is going to stick around coming up.
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they were killed when they would stop to try to help the scene of the crash as the 46- year-old and the other good samaritan, they were both pulled over to try to help the woman who was trapped in her suv yesterday. the other car got them by as they were killed and the woman was in critical condition. and they say that they are not surprised that their father stopped to help. >> they were always on a mission to help anybody and that they need help with a car as they would love fixing cars. >> reporter: and the woman inside the nipped suv was okay. and that the driver that hit the good samaritan will face any charges. a dog who was separated from their family after hurricane sandy has been reunited with his owner as they say after the hurricane that they thought they would never see their dog wreckless ever
again. and after more than a year, they decided that it was finally time to bring a new dog to their home. when they went down to the local spca, they were surprise today see a very familiar face. >> we're freaking out as the dog is there, you know what i mean? and he's a lot heavier as i didn't recognize them at first and i thought that hey that dog looks like reckless and my wife said that dog is reckless. >> and they showed that the spca had pictures to prove that he was theirs as they all went home as a big happy family. they say that reckless was picked up as the stray just about six months ago. >> okay, we're glad they were reunited. actor keifer sutherland returns to the big screen tomorrow night. >> and "24 live another day," and for the reporter. >> reporter: after a four-year hiatus, he would return to fox
in 24, live another day. >> can you catch them safe? >> reporter: they reprized their roles in the ground breaking drama, it is set in london andopens with bauer coming out of hiding to prevent the global disaster. >> you wanted to be brought here. a year after something or someone. >> and it will be on their attack. >> reporter: that's one of the ideas, the threat of hackers, taking over the military drones as the fans of the show, they have always appreciated the plot line. >> the show is very current. and not just because we came around 9/11, but because of politics that are either happening around us at the time or things that were going to happen in the very near future. >> reporter: and with only 1 hours to save the world, the 47- year-old actor needed extra time to get in shape for the
role. >> for me it is physical, literally to get your insurance back because every time you see them running back this way, i do it 16 different times from that angle and this angle and that you will be doing it all day. >> reporter: in hollywood, fox news. >> and you can see "24 live another day" right here on ktvu. also follow some of the staffers during the live tweet as they will include the hash tag 24 on 2. okay, time now is 8:48. we'll head over to rosemary in the weather center for a check on how the day is shaping up. cooler tomorrow? >> yes. and that they were so warm just a few days ago. and it will be earlier on in the week and now we're talking about temperatures running cool for this time of the year, giving you a look outside.
and the low cloud cover, awe, just moving right past the golden gate, even swallowing up the tower at times. we will continue with the low clouds around the bay area, especially along the coast what mix of high clouds as well as they still shot here and the satellite view. and even gusty at times into the afternoon yesterday for many areas and in addition to the low clouds, you can see the high clouds overhead as well and the cooler air that's being pushed into our area has disrupted the marine layer and that is why we are not as uniform with the low clouds this morning. a mix of the sun and clouds and partly sunny clouds that are continuing for the second half of your sunday. a little cool, a little breezy and temperatures, they could actually cool slightly from yesterday. and around the bay and along the coastline, our temperatures, they are pretty much at their coolest, although we'll see just a subtle drop as you get into monday. monday will be the coolest day as again the center of the system will continue to move their way closer into
california. a little bit of rain is falling over the crescent city. and tomorrow we have just a slight possibility that might be picking up a few scattered showers, some of the north bay hills and the santa cruz mountains, whatever we get, it won't be much. 57 degrees right now outside your door in concord. 59 in oakland. 54 san rafael. low 60s right now in san francisco and 58 in redwood city and san jose is checking in at 56 degrees for your afternoon san jose, which will be a mild one. temperatures in the upper 60s by noontime. as you get into the afternoon and the lower 70s in the forecast by 5:00. the temperatures, they will begin to slip a little bit. 69 degrees expected with the sunsetting at 8:00 and right around 62 degrees. not too bad although that you can remember earlier in the week that it felt like summer as we had summer-like evenings, which felt quite nice for sonoma. 72 in east bay and ranging near
alameda and oakland. the lower 70s for danville, livermore, and brentwood. into the south bay. 71 at morgan hill for cupertino. 68 in san mateo and san francisco and that you will all be 62 today and temperatures along the coast, struggling in the upper 60s to the lower 70s, partly cloudy skies with a low cool breeze. they are showing you the cooling trend continue as we get into monday, which will be the lowest point as we do bounce back and temperatures are rebounding the subtle change on tuesday. and with a bigger warming trend as we get into wednesday as well as thursday with the mid- 60s at the coast near 70 along the bay and 78 degrees expected for the inland communities. back to the desk. >> not too many people are spared from the punch lines in the white house correspondence dinner. >> it means in nine months we'll officially have a sequel to bad grandpa. >> the comedian joel mchale
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artifacts in san francisco. police say they have given their staff until the end of the month to come up with a list of possible locations in the city for a museum. the directive comes after the trust rejected a bid from lucas to build a museum at christy field. lucas has threatened to take the project to chicago. in the meantime casting is complete and filming will begin for star wars. harrison ford is back as well as carrie fisher who was princess laya. filming is expected to begin in england. friday night's blockbuster office is in. "spiderman" has spun his way to the top. >> you know what it is that i love being about spiderman? everything. >> "the amazing spiderman 2" brought in more than $35.
seven times up more than "the other woman." "heaven is for real," "captain america the winter soldier," and "rio 2" brought out the top five. last night was the heritage game, the tribute to the negro leagues. the two teams wearing the appropriate uniforms. tim lincecum there showing off the black specs. giants again getting on the board early. brandon belt leading off the second with the solo shot to the right center. 1-0 like that. after the braves, they would tie up the game, showing what will be back in their home state as they hit one deep to the left, going back on top, 2- 1. then in the 7th, saying to give me some of that and another solo shot for san francisco and almost as if they are having a little home run contest last night. he goes six strong to get that win. the oakland a's are wrapping up a long road trip.
it's 4-0 just like that on the hill for the red sox as, well, you could say he was on as they were caught looking right there. he goes down swinging and the same for coco crisp. they held on 6-3 and up two games on texas. happening right now, a 10- year-old girl from fresno that was visually impaired to make their dreams come true in a triathlon for mission bay. she's participating in the 100- yard swim, a bike ride, and a mile run. the triathlon will be her first. she'll be accompanied by a volunteer. she has been practicing every day for today's event. >> i've been running on the treadmill a lot. 2.6 miles. it is one more thing.
i swam over my vacation. >> when heaven's father says she began running at her school last year, her confidence just skyrocketed. she hopes that today's event will bring her closer to her goal of becoming a paraolympian. a website is trying to make a difference in the lives for families that are battling childhood cancer. p.s. "i adore you," features all kinds of low products. every month they will go towards the family with the child battling cancer as they are also giving you the option of making their own donation when they would check out as we have posted a link to ps i adore you on our website as you can find it under the home page under the web link section. new video of the overnight fire and the damage caused by the flames that spread over the homes to the parked cars. a planned cinco de mayo protest tomorrow. the controversy over the wardrobe of the students. an additional drop in temperatures coming your way for the afternoon.
out. just a few hours ago. and a disappointment for the golden state warriors and their fans. the biggest star, they talked about falling a bit short to mornings on 2 that starts right now. good morning, the south bay teen who survived a trip from san jose to maui by hiding in the wheel well of the airliner is back in california. you're taking a live look at the home where he lives with his father and his stepmother. coming up, a live report on the teenager's return. good morning and welcome to mornings on 2, i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. let's get right over to rosemary for a quick look at that sunday forecast. good morning, rosemary. >> good morning to you. you can see we are waking up with a little more sunshine out there this morning and this goes for a lot of the bay area. a mix of low clouds, high
clouds, and let's switch it over to the weather graphics as i will show you what will be responsible for breaking up the low clouds this morning, not as widespread, but has to do with the system that will be pouring in the cool air into our area, so it will be continuing today. and what it has done for the overnight hours, that it has broken up the marine layer, we're waking up, the high clouds here on the satellite view and the low clouds are with us as well, especially along the coastline, but they will be partly cloudy at best for most of the day. and the on shore breeze, 14 miles per hour through fairfield. concord reporting 8, but the 16 miles per hour gust. sot breeze is picking up just a little bit this morning for the afternoon it will be another brisk one along the coast just inside the bay and for some of the inland communities as well. 61 degrees right now, concord, walnut creek in most areas are into the mid-50s to the lower 50s. for the second half of your day, upper 60s along the coast. widespread 60s inside the bay for some of the inland communities that are slipping a few degrees for them today and 72 in livermore and 72 expected
in santa rosa. this cooling trend is going to continue to hit the lowest point as we get into monday. we'll show you the temperatures and then a bit of a rebound for the extended forecast. more on that in just a bit. 9:02 and new this morning firefighters are battling an early morning house fire in vallejo as we want to show you the video that just in came the past hour. breaking out around 5:40 this morning as they spread from the flames that have been converted to a living space to a parked car. it's a couple of vehicles. >> the cause of the fire is still under investigation. and also new this morning, they have taken three people in custody following a late night standoff. at 10:45 last night, they reported shots being fired near mission and sixth streets. when they arrived, they ran inside a building as they are
staying in the hotel nearby saying that they were not allowing them to return to their rooms. searching for a gunman that was on a busy stretch of the freeway. eastbound 580 near richmond where the 31-year-old of san francisco was driving on the freeway when someone in the other car drove up and started shooting. the witnesses heard more than a dozen shots. it was right up on you. >> they say that he was targeted. that road rage does not remember seeing it speed away.
a they are asking anyone who has seen the shooting to call the police department. it happened south of the train station at the boulevard where it killed the man and walked in along the tracks as they say they saw the woman walk in with the man who disappeared from the scene. richmond police, they are asking that woman to contact police. as we first told you yesterday morning, they survived a flight from san jose in the jet that has left hawaii. they are live outside their santa clara home with more on the weekend's developments. katie? >> reporter: claw dean, just about 15 minutes ago, someone inside that home, they opened up the windows as we knocked on the door to see if they were ready to talk about that ordeal with no response. and the teen, they survived two
weeks ago, but they have not been home since. there are reports rather that they did not like living at this home with their father and stepmother and they were trying to reach his birth mother who still lives in africa. now, let me show you the infamous photo of the teen. and that they were taken off the runway in hawaii and that is all that we have seen of the boy. since he survived his trip in the wheel well of the boeing 767, the teen has been in protective custody. and that the father, they released a statement saying he was headed to hawaii earlier this week, to reunite with their son. but according to the mercury news, he was denied access. they say that he has lived in their santa clara rental home for less than a year and that the teen kept to himself. as of this weekend, he is back in california and reportedly in the custody of santa clara county's department of family and children services. and that the council on the
american islamic relations have been seen as we have reached out for them on the comments, but have not connected. now, if they do come home today, it'll be the first time that anybody has seen them since that trip to maui. live in santa clara, ktvu channel 2 news. a high school in morgan hill could find themselves in the middle of the cinco de mayo protest tomorrow morning. and that security has been set up around the high school as the tea par city planning to protest the school's decision and from back in 2010 when they ordered the students to turn their shirts inside and out on cinco de mayo as they say they were worried about racial tensions and the federal appeals court recently sided with them, saying they have the authority to limit their right tone sure the safety.
and it will be 126-121 advancing to the second round while they could only think about next season. they lead for a good part of the game, even right into the fourth quarter. they scored 33 and had 9 assists. >> and we fought and left it all out on the floor. and any regrets as to the series unfolded. a couple of them here and there and down the stretch of the game for a rough situation. that it was important to move past the scandal. i just wanted to win a game. and the clippers, they would now face them starting tonight and tomorrow night in oklahoma city. they attended last night's game as they did not speak to them
as they entered that arena, they are still allowed to go to the clipper games. but the nba, they announced that they would appoint a new ceo to run the clippers after banning them from the league for life. they say that their search, it is already underway as they are also moving forward with plans for them to force sterling to sell the team. in the meantime they are traumatized, deeply hurt about what has happened. >> unlike him in the state where we want to help him. urging him. and to come on through to their own rescue. even so i think that he feels that he's alone. >> they deny having a romantic relationship with sterling. saying she is their personal assistant and sees him as a father figure. new video of the deadly crash as officers, they say it
happened around 6:00 last night on the valley road when the man lost control of their video. they suffer major injuries, expected to face the dui charges. his wife who was a passenger in the car was killed in that crash. a man injured in the hit and run car crash yesterday in san francisco has died from his injuries, which happened at 2:30 in the morning neither intersection of folsom street as they were involved. the driver who police say they believed they caused that crash is still missing and anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call san francisco police. riding their harley davidson yesterday, they died as he was crossing that intersection. it appears they may have suffered a heart attack. the man was riding on the back as they did not get hurt when that bike went down as they were on the trip. canceling plans pause of
the protest over their names. but the party, which was going to be called was called racially insensitive. and even though it would need to be held off campus, they still hosted that event. it was meant to be funny, comparing it to st. patrick's day type parties. big crowds, they're expected in san jose today for the celebrations. police say that they will have an additional 60 officers on the streets, which they will be managing traffic and watching for gang or other suspicious activity. tomorrow's holiday, they would mark the 1862 victory of the mexican army over the french forces. it took decades, but they have another kentucky derby winner. in 10 minutes the bay areas ties to the california chrome. plus the perspectives of their 77-year-old trainer. an american man comes down with a mysterious virus overseas. the conditions this morning after suffering from mers. a cool down will continue with a total drop in temperatures and a robust sea breeze for the afternoon.
i'll line up the numbers for your areas. and i'll update the current conditions at this time and show you how long the cooling trend is going to last. the world of fashion is split in two. you can either have high-end or low-price. or you can go to t.j.maxx and you can have it all for up to 50% off department store prices. t.j. maxx.
the cause of the fire is under investigation. and a fire destroyed one home, damaging another. that happened where they smelled smoke, finding the flames and the laundry rooms of the home. and they have those flames on out quickly as the damage was minimal. a serious virus that has sickened hundreds of people in the middle east that are now improving as they became ill with the middle east respiratory syndrome or mers after flying to the u.s. last week from saudi arabia, landing in chicago taking a bus to indiana and they did not get sick until this weekend. it's the first time that they have been diagnosed with the virus. the virus is not very contagious and they are unlikely to be passed to anyone that has not been to the middle east or even had contact with someone from the middle east. turning the political low
lites into the punch lines at the white house correspondence dinner. >> of course, we rolled out. that could have gone better. >> and in 2008, the slogan was yes, we can. in 2013 my slogan was control, alt, delete. >> and they have become a star- studded event. and they attended, including the actresses, as it was the tv show the community. as our first female president, we could pay her 30% less. >> the white house association, they are celebrating their
100th anniversary, raising dinner for the scholarships for the aspiring journalists. >> their own celebration last night, presented with the order of lincoln. now, that's the state of their highest award for the professional achievements and the public service. clinton was born in illinois and is the eighth person from that state to receive the award. now, last night's ceremony marked the 50th anniversary of that award. they took advantage yesterday to emphasize the importance of the immigration reform. and that they were one of the several keynote speakers at miami-dade college to discuss the legacy of the united states as the nation of the immigrants. , as they would represent something special that we would never talk about. that we will be able to do that too, kid, but let me finish my speech. >> they received an honorary degree during the ceremony right after the event as he met with the american business
leaders to continue their discussion on the immigration issues. >> and warren buffett as a fan of mark zuckerburg. >> it's remarkable. and that he has done more for the world than, you know, that i was doing nothing at that age. >> he's at a shareholders meeting this weekend for the investment, saying they don't know him very well, but praise him through the media. >> over here we'll get you start early. >> remaining locked in this pattern as we were so warm earlier in the week, as it is hard to believe that they are outside right now and in for the afternoon as well as yesterday afternoon. and it will be right where we should be, giving you a live look over the creek area as we will be waking up with a mix of clouds on out there and the low clouds and the high clouds and
some sunshine for you. so that's kind of nice. a nice change from yesterday. it has to do with the system that will be bringing us the cooler air aloft, helping to interfere with the low clouds. and they were not allowed to form as well as they did for you yesterday morning. we've got the high clouds that will be with us tomorrow falling the city. and in northern california, they are getting a few showers. for us, partly cloudy, a subtle drop in temperatures. how some aves will be falling below the seasonal average for today, but they will be going further as you go into tomorrow. and the breeze will be with us for the afternoon and a little robust once again for the areas along the coast or the bay or the inland communities as you could feel it as well. now come monday a mix of sun and clouds, cloudy conditions for monday that will be in the coolest day for you as the system is moving across california. even bringing us perhaps a slight chance at a springtime. we'll show you it here as we
get through sunday as we have a mix of clouds as well as the sun. most of the day into the afternoon and that will be about it as we get going tomorrow morning and probably the same. partly sunny to partly cloudy skies expected at 1:00 in the afternoon. are you seeing just a little bit of the blues here south of san jose, picking up a spec here in the areas near santa rosa. and for the sierra over the higher elevations. the chance for the scattered showers for us, really not so much. and 10% to a 20% chance, barely worth mentioning, but we're mentioning it just in case you get a sprint tomorrow. 60 degrees in santa rosa and san francisco and 54 in oakland and 61 in concord and the upper 60s for san jose as we get into your afternoon, 72 for san rafael. 67 this afternoon in richmond. 72 walnut creek. 72 in the upper 60s along the east bay shorelines. 71 for morgan hill and gilroy
along the peninsula for the afternoon. 69 at redwood city and 68 in san mateo and 62 for san francisco, the cruel day at the coast. the upper 50s to the lower 60s. there's your extended forecast and again the lowest point is on monday with partly cloudy skies, slightly warmer on tuesday and the warming trend, they will continue for wednesday and number now back to the desk. the american marine held in that prison and the innocent mistake that his family says he made that got him locked up. and the run for the roses, the bay area that will be linked for the new kentucky derby winner.
take them through the border crossing. the mother says that her son frequently gets lost. >> this is harder than the two tours. it's the fear of the unknown. he was receiving treatment after serving two di employments in afghanistan. they are asking to help get him released. the hit and run crash that killed one of the police officers yesterday morning. the officer was 32 years old getting remarried yesterday. they were making a u-turn yesterday, when they were broadsided by an suv as they were bad rigid, remaining in serious condition. but police say they have detained one person in connection with the accident. this is the third deadly crash
involving the lapd and the officer in two months. two bay area officers will be honored this weekend. they were shot and killed in february of last year. while investigating the sexual assault complaint. they will be remembered tonight at the candlelight vigil in sacramento and tomorrow the governor, he will honor them by adding their name to the peace officer's memorial. two firefighters are recovering after being injured in a string of brush fires in eastern san diego county. a total of four counties broke out yesterday on interstate 8 between alpine and pine valley about 30 miles east of san diego. one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion. the other for the possible fractured ankle. they believe that the catalytic converter sparked the fire. now, cal fire is increasing the staffing at northern california as they would prepare for what could be an unusually active buyer's season as they have been hiring and training the firefighters since january and so far that this year that they say they have responded to more
than double the average number of the fires thanks to the dry conditions from the drought. more details now from cal fire on how the homeowners could prepare for the fire season as they would recommend keeping 100 feet at defensible space around their home as they are also asked to clear all brush from yards, roof, gutters, trimmed branches, where they are at least six feet off the ground. they are recommended for yards and they are being asked for the power equipment before 10:00 a.m. and the bay area ties, they have won the kentucky derby. they beat out 18 other horses. the trainer is the 77-year-old a main fixture at the field and the new bay meadows.
>> now, nobody is on the way when you push on the button, we hope that you have something left to make the tank, you know, any runners on out there, that they will be a super nice horse to train. >> i love that. one of the owners would live in the county. federal county i should say. but the watch parties were held throughout the region yesterday as chrome has captured the hearts of many racing enthusiasts. >> and this is one of the few things in a while that will be good news for them to rally behind it. >> it is nice that somebody local has had an exciting thing happen to them. >> and they are the first california bred horse to win a derby in 52 years as they would try to win the triple crown. the next leg is in baltimore fold by the belmont stakes in new york on june 7th. and now the oldest trainer to win. and let's check in with rosemary one last time before we get out of here. >> i'll step out of the way here and show you the afternoon highs for today. it'll be a cool one at the
coast. they will be back with us for the afternoon and the widespread 60s around the bay. a few lower 70s for the inland communities, which will be a bit cooler than where we were yesterday and the cooling trend, they would continue through tomorrow and a subtle rebound on tuesday and wednesday. >> all right, thank you very much, rosemary, we appreciate it. >> that is our report for this morning as we are ending early because of nascar as we will go over to alabama for the race. >> and for all of us here on ktvu, thanks for watching. have a beautiful sunday.
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