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jerk they are on the scene of a crash and we learned about what happened here. >> an officer opened fire on a juvenile suspected of stealing a car. why that officer feared for her life. >> 120 miles. best cyclists in the world getting ready to take on the amgen tour in california. "mornings on 2" starts right now. this is ktvunfortunate, "mornings on 2". you are taking a live look at oakland where a crash sent a
car down a ravine near seminary and outlook. this is near mills college. five people are in critcal condition. >> allie rasmus is at the scene and we will have a live report coming up. good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". happy mother's day to everyone. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. and happy mother's day to all the moms out there. happy mother's day to you, rosemary. and happy mother's day to all of you celebrating out there. gorgeous shot over the bay. the sun is shining and it as notable jump in our temperatures coming our way for the afternoon. some areas like napa, waking up. 10 to 12 degrees above this time. winds became a big issue. not going to be as windy today. the wind will pick up as we get into the afternoon once again. still gusting to 17 miles an hour. half moon bay reporting a gusts at 22 miles an hour. the wind will be shifting over
the next couple of days. they will be offshore and the warm up will continue as we get into the work week. for today, five degrees in concord. low 50s. napa. and in santa rosa, low chill in the air. mid-40s in walnut creek. take a look at the numbers. warming up to the low 80s like petaluma and san rafael. and 81 for pleasanton and for antioch along the east bay shoreline and if you are heading to the as game this afternoon. 77 for san jose and along the petaluma, 75 in -- along the peninsula. and upper 60s for half moon bay for mostly sunny skies and still breezy along the coastline for the afternoon. this is the beginning of a warming trend. some of us will get near 100 degrees. i will show you that in the extended forecast coming up. five people are hurt in an
early morning crash. a car lost control and went off the roadways. allie rasmus is on the scene. we have more of the investigation still underway. allie rasmus. >> reporter: they are documenting the scene. they are taking measurements and pictures of the area where it happened. this is seminary and outlook, it is closed to traffic and it will remain closed for the next two to three hours. here is why. >> right behind us is the mills college campus. beyond that chain linked fence in the ravine is a wreckage of a violent car crash and you can see, a white toyota corolla. and the roof is gone and the car looks like it was sliced in half. five people were traveling southbound on seminary heading downhill just after two this morning when the driver of the car lost control and plowed through the fence on the ravine
on the south end of the college campus. five people inside, three men and two women were all seriously injured. now emergency crews were able to pull the occupants out and take them to the hospital. all five people are now in critcal condition. all of the people in the car are adults and investigators tell us they don't believe the female passengers are mills college students. they are not sure what caused the crash. they don't know if alcohol was a factor but speed might virginia played a role in the crash. the car was heading downhill on seminary when the car lost control. coming up in the next hour on "mornings on 2", what people nearby say about the intersection and why crashes here are all too frequent. allie rasmus, channel 2 news. an investigation is underway after a san jose police officer shoots a young stolen car suspect. it happened at 11:40 last night. they spotted a stolen vehicle
in east san jose. officers tried to box the car in on mccrory avenue and they started ramming the patrol cars. >> one of the officers discharged her firearm and struck the suspect at least one time. >> the suspect was taken to the hospital where he is treated for his injuries. passenger in the car was also taken into custody. two suspects are juveniles. both officers who shot the suspect and her partner are on administrative need. >> they are investigating a shooting sometime before 90:00 last night on the 1,000 block of stanton avenue. we don't know the victim's condition and they plan on releasing more information tomorrow. on line campaign is underway to help the family of a san jose man killed in a road rage incident. so far, it has raked $20,000. >> his wife is still struggling with his death.
they call him the love of her life. his wife is trying to cope with his loss and raise their two young sons by herself. am the gunman shot long after their cars nearly collided. the sister said he was the breadwinner of the family and without him, they can't pay their bills. >> he is a bus driver for one of the companies. and he is driving up until 8:30. he got home. >> they have not been caught and they have good leads from witnesses to the shooting. of the if you would like to help, go to the website. we posted information on ktvu.com. look under web links. >> first openly gay football player has been selected in the nfl draft. all american michael sam was taken by the st. louis rams in the final round of the draft. we have more on why sam's
selection is seen as to some as monumental as well as controversial. >> you see him on the phone and raw emotion. we have seen this so many times for so many players. >> reporter: michael sam isn't just any player but the first to be drafted by the nfl as an openly gay man. the pressure, the joy. it all poured out as he sobbed, doubled over until the call ended and sam did what draftees have been doing for three days, kissed his partner in celebration. an embrace felt around the world. >> oh, no. oh, no. >> reaction in one of the bay area's traditional sports bars. >> ricky's. >> that was bracen and i was raised in a strict catholic family. to have that, i don't know. >> maybe we all need to get with it. >> the world is changing and i am happy for it. i don't think it is a big deal but i think it is awesome.
>> i wish you would turn and say, michael sam, how is football going. how is training going. >> since he came out in february, he has been in the shot light. i wish you would see as michael sam the football player instead of michael sam the gay football player. >> reporter: after all the accolades for his college success, shifted from his sexuality to his football skills and how his size and speed would transfer to the nfl. >> the st. louis rams select michael sams. defensive end. >> reporter: the team had to need him and not be deterred by his notoriety. >> he worked his butt off and deserves to get in the nfl. if he wasn't that good, we wouldn't have drafted him. >> no one wanted to take a chance. no one wanted to cross the barrier. no one wanted to be the first. >> tell another person, hey, i am guy and it shouldn't be a big problem.
i entoured so much in my past. that was debra reporting. a tweet about michael sam landed a mile dolphins football player in had trouble. he tweeted omg and horrible. the dolphins said they are disappointed at jones and they are trying to improve their image after jonathan martin was bullied and harassed by richard incognito. he has been traded to the 49ers. president obama has congratulated michael sam for being the first openly gay football player. a statement from the president said he congratulated sam, the and the nfl from the playing field to the corporate board room. lbgt americans prove every day, you should be judged by what you do and -- not by what you do and who you are. >> i am getting ready for the game against the miami heat. i wanted to say congrats to
mike sam football and the st. louis rams. great pick. good luck. singer john legend had this to say object twitter. congratulations to michael sam. it as victory for love. this morning, cal tran is moving an important off ramp. the off ramp on highway 101 before the golden gate bridge is being moved south from where it is now. drivers should get ready to exit earlier than usual or they will be forced across the brim and into marin county. the move is -- the across the bridge. >> happening today. the amgen tour of california gets underway in sacramento. for eight days, race 120 miles traveling through cities and ending in thousand oaks on may 18th. features top riders, tour de france winner peter wiggins and mark cavendish, this is the
most in the race's history. meantime preparations are underway for when the amgen tour makes its way up here in saturday. it starts in san jose and continues to mount hamilton. and livermore. they will end a 108 mile ride by going up 1100 miles to mount diablo and the access to the park will close at 2:00. moms in san francisco are given the star treatment. >> 25 women living at the hamilton center will be getting hair and makeup done for mother's day. they will enjoy a free brunch in the sir freezing rain sis drake hotel. >> this is where women will be cared for on mother's day, on this mother's day, here is a look at some moms remembering their best mother's day gifts. when my boys were four, they served me breakfast in bed and i had to fix them. >> i am mother of these twins and these young girls that give
me love and family. >> my daughter made me a spider picture and instead it was yawling up to the spider web to the best mom in the world. many moms say they appreciate is quality time with their children. well, gunfire breaks out at a child's birthday party in sacramento. one person died and several others including a child were injured. they think they know why the victims were targeted. >> when everyone is doing their share in a collaborative way, it feels right. >> words of wisdom from sully sullen berger to students graduating this weekend. >> significant warm up begins today. i will line up temperatures for your sunday and pin pointed the hottest days of the week ahead. coming up. the world of fashion is split in two.
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about a deadly hot air balloon crash. two of the people worked for university of richmond's basketball program. the bodies of the two victims were found yesterday a mile rap part and the third person is still missing. this morning, investigators are continuing their search. they believe the hot air balloon drifted into a power line before crashing friday night. >> we will make an investigation into this. >> they released a statement confirming that ginny doyle and natalie lewis were both on board. one person has died after a small plane crashed happen in page, arizona. the plane was carrying a pair of french tourists and total of seven people were on the plane when it hit the ground and flipped over yesterday. the faa said it crashed 500 feet short of the tarmac.
gusty winds may have played a role in the crash. united air ryans flight to hawaii had to go back to the airport after smoke was reported in the cockpit and cabin. flight 96 took off from los angeles and had been up in the air for an hour when the smoke appeared. when the oxygen mask came down, that's when everyone realize dollars for the first time just how serious the situation was. >> we turned around immediately as soon as there was smoke and informed us at one point we might have to land off an island off the coast. get out the life vest, the whole deal. it was different. >> the boeing 757 safely landed around lax safely. none of the crew members or passengers were hurt. no word on what caused the smoke to appear. sully constitutional enberger is the captain who -- sully sullenberger passed on his life lessons to a
group of students graduating from college. >> i introduced you to you the man who saved my life and 154 others, ladies and gentlemen, captain sully sullenberger. >> he delivered the address at nova university in south florida. it offers programs in medicine and oceanography. he told them the importance of working as a team and the value of helping others. >> at the end of our lives we may simply ask ourselves a question. did i make a difference? my wish for each of you is that your answer will be yes. >> on january 15, 2009 he landed the u.s. airways jet on the hudson river. a flock of grease struck the plane causing two engines to
lose power. he is currently an aviation safety expert and the founder of a safety consulting firm. hundreds of law school students from uc hastings college of law are now graduates. 400 students made up the graduation. and they were deered on. school chancellor said they did more than $1 million worth of pro bono work as part of their education. many of the graduates are relieved. >> it is a lot of different emotions all mixed into one. exciting, very proud of all my friends and myself. and, but it is also scary because we are leaving school. >> janet napolitano gave the keynote address. a few raised their fists to protest the former secretary and u.s. immigration policies.
>> a lot of people out there going to brunch and doing outside active is -- active is -- activities. it will be still a little breezy in some areas and outside the doors at this hour, beautiful start to the day. giving you a look at the inner east bay over the delta region where the windmills are barely moving at this point. they were blowing strong at some point yesterday afternoon and especially along the coastline. we saw some pretty strong gusts. giving you a look at the system we were tracking yesterday. now in and over utah. so for us, ridge of high pressure will begin to build for today. several degrees warmer than what we had just yesterday. giving you a look here at mostly clear skis. and from the -- clear skies. and the ridge of high pressure will be strengthening over the course of the next few days. today, going warmer than
yesterday and boy, eventually we will get dwight hot. we will take a look at what is going on. for the week ahead, starting with today. happy mother's day to all of you, temperatures in the low 80s for the warmest locations today. by tomorrow, another five to 10 degrees of warm air expected. tuesday and wednesday. look to be the hottest days and some of our inland cityless perhaps flirting with the 100-degree mark. >> 43 degrees outside in santa rosa and napa is warmer outside your door than 24 hours ago with a northeasterly breeze for some. >> 60 degrees in san francisco and 54 for hayward and sfo, redwood city and mountain view and san jose, 57 right now foster city. palo alto checking in at 52. mostly sunny for today. we get into the noon hour.
low 60s at the coast. low 70s and it will be a nice day for maybe lunch outdoors and for the afternoon. take a look at the numbers. >> 84 for antioch. >> 82 for livermore. >> 73 for san francisco and upper 80s for the north bay. heading to the south bay. 81. 80 for morgan hill and low 60s expected in pacifica and half moon bay and winds will not be as bad as yesterday. could be breezy along the coast. there is the extended forecast. we are going above the seasonal average today. by tomorrow, anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees above the seasonal average. there are your warmer days. tuesday and wednesday. it will trend back on thursday. cooler on the coast. little relief for inner communities and that will begin the cooling trend thursday and falling into the weekend. grand prix of indianapolis started off with a wild crash.
>> pole sitter sebastian was stalled and hit hard. and they were sent running because of flying debris. they were able to get out and avoid any injuries. >> simon went on to win the race. this sweeps through missouri. and damage is widespread. this face as small town near kansas city and dramatic rescue caught on video. >> new nintendo game. they are apologizing for who it left out of the life simulation game. ♪ ♪
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the ground along interstate 80. and that is the bay area that gets ready for a big warm up. same-sex marriage licenses have been issued in arkansas. >> still in shock by it. it is in arkansas history. >> first licenses were issued yesterday. it came less than 24 hours after a judge struck down a constitutional amendment approved by voters in 2004 and that banned gay marriage. in the ruling, the judge said the amendment was driven by hatred and no rational basis for same sex couples to wednesday. >> didn't expect this to happen. it is great surprise. state officials say they plan to appeal the ruling. anyone tend doe is apologizing for leaving same sex couples out of a life simulation game. it lets them date, flirt, marry
and have children. it will be more inclusive with future versions and it is too light to change the on line game. it is picking up steam and the game is already a hit in japan. a deaf pit bull has found the -- forever home arrived at the shelter. tracy taught her sign language that rosy came out of her shell. >> they thought it would be hard to adopt rosy out. but her family said they couldn't have found a better dog. >> going to teach him my sign language. >> she can pick up fast. >> well, everyone at the shelter said they were sad to see rosy go. they couldn't have asked for a happier ending. they keep the doors open at doctor's hospital in san pablo. >> they were aboard a plane at sfo headed to a new home.
the hospital. the car went down a ravine. and they will continue their investigation. welcome back to "mornings on 2". >> i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. rosemary is cooking up a good forecast for us. on this mother's day we have a great forecast and giving you a live look here. blue sky over mount diablo and the wind will not be as strong for today. a little breezy in some areas. and the temperatures will be warming up. let's start with the wind. and gusting to 17 miles an hour. at the airport and half moon bay to 22 miles an hour. and 15 miles per hour. and wind not gone completely. temperature wise, 58 already. and in fairfield as well as antioch. >> 61 degrees in livermore with the winds. and 53 in concord and oakland and 53 degrees in san francisco. >> it is santa rosa 58.
and for you napa, we will shift into the east bay. few more numbers here. >> 52 degrees outside in lafayette and/or linda, you are checking out at -- and orinda, you are checking out at 64. some of the warmer locations, antioch, you will go to 48. around the bay. low to hid to upper 70s. 73 san francisco and 74 for oakland. low 80s morgan hill. and from san jose to napa, areas like concord, 10 degrees warmer than where we were yesterday. notessable jump coming into the afternoon. it will be zero to 25 degrees above the seasonal average. we will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. we begin this half hour with developing news from oakland. you are taking a live look right now. >> five people are in critcal condition after their car crashed through a fence at
mills college. you can see there, the car is right there as you can see. still sitting in the area. just off the roadway through the fence. we believe they pulled it up from the ravine a bit ago. >> this is near outlook avenues. they expect the area to be shut down for another two to three hours. >> it happened at 2:15 when the driver lost control and went through the fence. the victims are three men and two women. they don't believe they are mill students and they believe speed may have been a factor. we will have a live report from the crash scene coming up at 8:00 a.m. >> new this morning, an investigation is underway into a police shooting at san jose. officers say they stole a car in east san jose. they tried to stop the vehicle on story road and then the driver started to ram the patrol cars. an officer who said she feared for her life opened fire. the suspect was hit at least
once. a female passenger was also arrested. they have not released the ages of the suspects and do describe them as juveniles. as part of standard procedure, the officer who shot the suspect and her partner are on administrative leave. this is the second officer-involved shooting in less than 24 hours. they are looking into a shooting early yesterday morning at a 7-11 in san leandro. he shot a robbery suspect after he reached into his waistband. the other suspect drove off and was tracked down in hayward after crashing into a barrier. both suspects are hurt and expected to survive. the suspect is a par real lee. it happened at 11:00 last night at 90th avenue and international boulevard. they were able to take themselves to the hospital. we don't know their conditions this morn ago it is not clear what led up to the shooting. sacramento police said one
person is dead after gunman opened fire at a baby's birthday party. a man in his 20s died at the scene. they say he is a suspect the gang member. six other people including a 7-year-old child were hurt. officers say the shooters walked up and opened fire and drove off. they say the victim and the gunman are rival gang members. the search is underway right now at a lake east of san francisco for speed boat that capsized. the state department said the vessel has been recovered after overturning saturday afternoon on follow some lake. the people on board have not been found. it was unclear how many people are missing or why the boat capsized. yesterday, search efforts were impacted due to strong gusty winds. this is set for tomorrow. a cal football player is accused of breaking the jaw of a fellow student and kicking his dog. >> drew is jailed on $100,000
bond. he beat up a student at a frat house last week. his attorney said the victim's dog bit him. he has had his jaw wired shut and he may node reconstructive surgery. they accused a girl to return to court. she and her boyfriend are charged with murdering her daughter kale lee slusher. her bail is set at $10 million. she asked for $1 million bail instead. she couldn't find a higher bail in california than two and a half in alameda county. landowner accused of denying people access to a popular beach is expected to testify in court this week. martins beach is part of the 53-acre piece of land. 6 miles south of half moon bay. favorite spot for surfers for decades p an all of that stopped years ago when they blocked access to the beach and
closing the only road leading to the beach. it was on his private property. many lawsuits have followed. surfers argued, it was a violation of the california coastal act. bay area is standing in solidarity with girls kidnapped from a boarding school in nigeria. >> dozens of people took part in a demonstration yesterday in san francisco. they held signs and banners demanding safe return of the girls. >> it is annoying and nerve wracking that people can't go to school because of something. that's why i am here. a nigerian terror group stormed the school and took the girls. they are threatening to sell them into slavery. happening today, 24 chihuahuas will fly to indianapolis. they will fly to be adopted by their new families.
the group compassion outboard kerrs rescued them from a kill shelter. they have saved 300 dogs in the past 14 months. they offer free veterinary services to low income families living in the north bay. we have an update on the story we told you about yesterday. the chihuahua is now in a shelter. this is the rescue at north plain and walnut creek. it shows the officer trying to catch the little dog friday afternoon. yesterday, we shot the video at the contra costa animal shelter and he said the dog doesn't have chips or tags. he appears to be 2 years-old. the officer said he was lucky to make it onto the barrier: it was very frightened and shaking. we were able to pet it a little bit and other than that. we could tell it was not happy and very frightened. the chp said dogs ending up on hays is a -- on highways is
a weekly occurrence. he said he hopes this encourages people to adopt a dog from a shelter. they are trying to save an east bay hospital from being shut down. >> they held a meeting at the medical officer in san pablo. they rejected a partial team to keep the center open. they handle 40,000 emergency care case as year. hospital workers say they serve a lot of people who otherwise can't afford medical care. >> we don't turn them away. >> that's the big reason why we are constantly have a deficit in the budget. >> without more funding, the hospital is due to close. july 25th. on tuesday, the county board of supervisors will consider how to address the gap in emergency services. >> this will be held today to help save a little boy's life. they were at the albany high school. they were there hoping to find
a match for baylor fredrick son. two years ago he was diagnosed with leukemia. they are hoping to find someone with japanese and german background to provide a live-saving match. >> we are in desperate need. we are pleading to the public. we are doing the best we can to find someone to save his life. >> today's drive is at the park. the next drive will be next saturday at the heritage street fair. the tests consists of a mouth is a swab and anyone aged 18 to 44 is invited to be tested. >> more than 500 children battling cancer will be going to great america today. it is part of the 25th annual courageous kid's day. it will include a picnic lunch and from san jose player and an appearance by snoopy, the american cancer society. they are hosting the event. all of the children are 18 and under. and have undergone cancer
treatment at northern california on the centers. this could lead to a battle between the 49ers and greatest players. they report they are threatening to walk. a proposal by joe montana to build a hotel and entertainment center next to the stadium. they told authorities if montana's pro eject goes forward, they want eight and a half acres of replacement parking. >> share mayor jay matthews said they are in the beginning stages and he believes everything will be resolved. >> both the 49ers and raiders are receiving high marks for the just completed nfl draft. yesterday was the last day of the draft. they selected speedy wide receiver bruce ellington. others including want day johnson and lynch from south florida. they are giving the 49er as a for the 12 players they drafted
overall. raiders weren't far behind. they picked 335-pound defensive lineman ellisan mateo and keith mcgill of youth. you might want to check your lottery. there were two second place winners worth $49,000 before taxes. >> one of came from seam express lingers and the -- expression liquors and no one has come forward. he is excited to have a winning customer. >> great. more business. and a lot more people coming in to buy more particulars. everything -- buy more tickets. >> the other ticket was purchased in los angeles. they have 180 days to claim the price. the mega million is now up to $121 million. back at home and on the ice.
they join the best skaters on the ice today in the south bay. >> a woman rescued from the rubble of her home in the aftermath of a tornado and it was all caught on video. a warmer day is in store for your mother's day, i am updating current conditions. what you can expect out your doors. and how much more for the afternoon, coming up.
homes and knocked down trees and power poles. >> we are coming to get you. are you okay. >> all right. >> a woman in her wheelchair had to be rescued. >> they are wearing a go pro camera and capturing this on video. he cared her up from the garage and surrounded by rubble. the roof of the women's home was torn off by the tornado. >> the woman and her husband were the only people home at the time and they were not hurt. a sheriff in washington state has ordered an emergency closure after a landslide caused minor flooding. today, pieces of the hillside continued to slide down. >> people who live in the valley. they are lucky and say it could have been much worse. >> only one suv and slight shed were damaged during the flooding. >> it is kind of amazing, the whole hill, some how the water cut back threw there. i don't know how it could have but i am glad it did.
they imaginaged to push through and the river closure will remain in effect until further notice. >> the department of veteran after flairs is hit with more manipulating records to high delays in patient care. >> according to report. at va centers and in colorado and wyoming make it seen like they are waiting 14 days but it is much longer. >> john mccain made a speech. >> it is whether someone goes to jail or not. >> second of veteran affairs will testify before the senate committee on veteran's affairs. he has ordered all audits at all clinics. >> victims of 911 have been moved back to ground zero. not all the families of the missing are not happy with the decision. >> procession of the cars
removed the remains from hadn't and transported them to the site of the 9/11 memorial and museum. they will be buried in a repository. 75 feet under the museum. it will be off limits to the public. >> they are not in a dunk john. basement. they are in beautiful space that is rev rent and respectful. >> i waited for months for my son to be recovered from that hell hole. what is respectful about that. >> they watched yesterday's procession and some covered their mouths in a silent protest. they had no choice in where the remains would be laid to rest. the museum and memorial opens up in less than two becks. president obama will honor the sop police officers. if an annual event at the white house. >> look at the ceremony. president obama will honor officers for those who were in the aftermath of the bombings.
>> honorable mention award will be given to a police officer who pulled a man from a burning car near last christmas. >> officer donald thompson who is a party of the lapd bomb squad and then it burst into flames. without any hesitation into the burning car, he rescued the 72-year-old driver. off to a beautiful start in the bay area. and hopefully not as windy. rosemary, you are not joking, it was windy out there. >> today, not as widespread and not as strong. we will have a breeze. i will explain why in a moment. >> giving you a look outside our doors and over the oakland skyline. isn't that a beautiful shot and above the tribune tower. light, light breeze. you mean seeing it in the hills and it kicked up the wind and
pushing off to the east. it is sort of like areas of utah and circulation in the atmosphere being picked up by the beautiful shot. we have a ridge of high pressure that will be building over our area. transition today and keep the winds going. i expect by tonight. they will be dying down. it pulls in and we are looking at warming up. especially as we get into mid week. >> today, it is going to be a beautiful day. >> temperatures five to 10 degrees warmer for the inland cities and going into the low 80s for the warmest locations today. >> this is just the beginning. we will continue warm up through the mid week and finally getting a break on thursday. >> by wednesday. we could see the hottest temperatures so far this year. this is areas like livermore and climbing fast. and half moon bay reporting at times. i mentioned over the hills and for the most part, anywhere
from five to 10 miles an hour and they are going to pick up once again and warmer out there. and it will be an enjoyable breeze. >> notice they do begin to wind down a bit. and we get into the work week when temperatures begin to soar s and the ridge of high pressure takes control. >> 48 degrees in santa rosa and san francisco already looking at 60 outside your door. you mean upper 50s and 53 for san jose. here is an afternoon high. 80-degrees for vallejo s and 81 in fairfield and antioch. around the bay, mid- to upper 70s. 76 in hayward. beautiful day to head to the ballpark and watch the as play this afternoon. >> 76 in san francisco and mid-60s at the coast and just to mention, we will be breezy at the coast. extended forecast, there is a significant warm up. early as tomorrow. inland cities reaching 90 degrees. we don't stop there.
>> 95 by tuesday. nearing 100 degrees for the warmest locations on wednesday. >> even around the bay. >> 80s along the coast. >> by thursday, the sea breeze kicks in and they fall along the coast. >> little comfortable around the bay and for the inland cities. still quite warm. it looks like friday we begin to feel the cool down. back to the desk. two environmental groups are appealing a ruling for areas of development. it is called earth justice and filed appeal on behalf of the sierra club and claims the regional planning agency failed to analis the negative impacts on air and water cality. >> it will -- water quality. it will be built in the tahoe basin. lakes have been ranked among the bath masters last week and clear lake took
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causing small business owners to feel like they are being pushed out. >> this is the town center and they are struggling against bigger stores moving in. >> they are moving rather, after 18 years at the shopping center. >> she laos the lease when it came unthis shopping center. > >> so, i asked him. what are you putting in here. chaneh other what. >> i noticed in the shopping center. >> more upscale shops being brought in. >> the owner said she is closings doors and plans to move her jewelry store to danville. this is called spot on and it said it is different from other parking apps that help drivers find parking on the streets. it is to increase the sunfully of parking in the city. >> they have access to 500 spaces throughout san francisco
and offers two payment method see methods. >> hourly fee. it is usually around $3 with a 12 hour maximum. looks like the warriors could lose out for the top choice. and reporting that the warriors are pessimistic to land former basketball player. they believe he is too deep in talks to become their head coach. they fired their coach marc jackson despite a second straight playoff appearance. oakland as had two hits and then all of a sudden in the ninth, it was game on. >> as were down three. and then right center. double. that was for lowry and as are in business. >> josh donaldson keeping it alive. that's the first shot by lowry and they would tie it in the ninth. they would go to extra innings. and he shoots a comment.
>> they will go for the sweep today. >> it is breast cancer awareness day and they raise money for research for breast cancer here in the bay area. past 15 years. as have raised one point # million dollars for breast cancer research and education. the as created the gift of faith award in memory of a reporter faith. there is a 10 day road trip. dusty baker and the crowd and they got off pretty hot. buster posey and a single and that is the last run. and in the sixth inning, he gets pulled and jeremy can't hold the lead for them and tie it up at two. and put another two on the board. never looks back and they have win. and the giants win today. they will win the series against los angeles to host atlanta and miami. we are continue with
developing news after five people are critically injured. >> allie rasmus is live at the scene. we will see what happened. >> there you see him on the phone and the raw emotion. >> we have seen this so many times over and over for so many players. >> getting ready for a pro career after an emotional and history-making draft pick by the st. louis rams. a significant warming trend begins today. i will compare some of the numberless for you, coming up.
. they are investigating a crash and the new information we are learning about the police investigation. >> an officer opens fire on a juvenile suses picked of stealing a car. why that officer feared for her life. >> from police officer to fundraiser, the efforts to help a family devastated when an appearance road rage incident ends in death. "mornings on 2" continues. good morning, you are taking a live look in oakland where police are investigating a crash. absent a car down a ravine down near mills college. five people are in critcal condition.
and allie rasmus has been there all morning long. she will have a report for us. >> welcome to "mornings on 2", i am claudine wong. i am mike mibach. happy mother's day. it is mother's day every day, right. >> absolutely. >> happy mother's day to you, claudia and you too, rosemary. >> thank you, happy mother's day to all of you. even if you are not a mom, i am sure you will be celebrating somebody special in your life. giving a gorgeous view and look at the blue sky. we do have temperatures already beginning to climb as a big warm up is coming our way. >> today, going to feel quite nice in most areas. about by tomorrow and into tuesday, turning hot. winds are generally light and little gusty still over the hills. livermore reporting gusty conditions at the airport and reporting gusty conditions as well. >> we are still going to be breezy for some and not as strong and not as widespread.
>> temperatures climbing. not as bad out there. 64 in oakland and 64 in napa and santa rosa. low 60s. livermore as well as antioch. more areas are warmer than yesterday morning by several degrees. in some cases. napa. and 10 degrees warmer than four hours ago. >> 52 in petaluma and it will be about the numbers. here is the comparison for you. five to 10 kegs warmer than what we had on saturday. today, napa going to 28. 83 in san francisco and in concord and 79 in san jose. here is a better look around. low 80s for sonoma today. and 77 in oakland. and 79 for san jose. and 78 santa clara and along the peninsula. and redwood city. 60s at the coast. i do expect the winds to pick up as well. but not as windy. this is the beginning of the warming trend.
it is going to be quite uncomfort for the inland cities. i will have a look at the numbers, coming up. five people hurt in an early morning crash. a car lost control and suddenly went off the roadway. allie rasmus is live on the scene for us in the city of oakland where some neighbors say the crash is fairly common for the area. this is close to traffic and has been. when the crash happened. >> you see the police investigators with some equipment out here. >> they are documenting the crash site and measuring equipment and taking photos of the scene and see how the crash happened. >> behind the investigator, to the right, you see a gaping hole in the fence. and the mills college campus. >> there is a small ravine. and lost control on seminary just after two this morning. >> clearer view of the wreck
from our mass camera. >> we got new information from the emergency responders who arrived at the scene. >> they hit another two trees head on. they had to use the jaws of life to pull four people out of the car. three men and one woman. >> they have confirmed to us that another was found at 55th and macarthur. and they are looking into whether the woman was the drive of the vehicle. and trying to figure out why she fled the scene. all five people are at area hospitals in critcal condition. >> a man who lives nearby and didn't want to be identified. he said he avoids driving through a dangerous intersection. 13 the other intersection is very dangerous and making a right turn on red, it is terrible. >> you cannot make a right turn on red. >> you cannot see visually the cars comening around the curve.
right there. >> weekly. all of the people are adults. >> they are not sure what caused the crash. >> they don't know whether alcohol is a factor and speed is likely to have played a role in the wreck and it is downhill at seminary. they will be doing work at the intersection for the next couple of hours. and driving through the area. they should avoid this intersection s live in oakland. allie rasmus, channel 2 news. had you this morning, san jose police officer shoots a young stolen car suspect. it happened at 11:40 last night. they spotted a stolen vehicle and they tried to box the car in on mccreery avenue and the driver started to ram the patrol cars. >> one of the officers discharged the firearm. and struck them at least one
tomb. >> they were transported where he was treated for his injuries. passenger in the car was also taken into custody. >> the two suspects are juveniles as part of standard procedures. >> both the officer who shot the suspect and her partner are now on administrative leave. >> new this morning, they are investigating a shooting. sometime before 9:30 last night on the block of stanton avenue. we don't know the victim's condition and they are planned on releasing more information come tomorrow. on line campaign is underway to help the family of a san jose man who was killed in a road rage incident. it has raised $22,000. >> failing and his wife is still struggling with his death. >> he was the love of her life and she is trying to figure out how to raise two young sons by herself. >> he was shot and the sister calls him a wonderful father and said he was the family's
breadwinner. >> he is a bus driver for one of the companies. he was driving up until 8:30. he got home. >> the gunman has not been caught. they do have good leads from witnesses to the shooting. if you would like to help. go to the website. we have posted the information on ktvu.com. >> la being under web links. >> history is made in the national football league. >> the st. louis rams select michael sams. >> -- michael sams. >> they drafted defensive end michael sam. he is the first openly gay player. he already has a message for collin kaepernick. >> and every other quarterback in the league. >> i am proud to be a ram. every team that passed me. i was thinking about the quarterback. the rams say they are proud
of their selection and that sam is a high character and hard-working football player. football a.m. lists say his transition into the league should be easier because he knows the area and he played at the university of missouri. >> there is some controversy this morning. about a tweet about michael sam that landed a miami dolphin in trouble. >> he peteed omg and horrible. they are disappointed at jones and will talk to him. dolphins are trying to improve their image after jonathan martin was bullied by richard incognito. he is traded to the 49ers. jason collins responded to the draft pick and wrote. i am getting ready for my game against the heat. i wanted to say congrats to mike sam football. and rams. singer john legend had this to
say on twitter. >> congratulations. it as victory for love. >> and president obama said this. a white house statement said he congratulated the slice rams and nfl and michael sam. from the playing field. lbgt americans prove every day you should be judged by what you do and not who you are. this morning caltrans is moving an off ramp in san francisco. this is the off ramp of highway 101 before you get to the golden gate bridge. it is being moved south to where it is now. the that that means, they should be prepared to exit earlier than usual. if you don't. you will go across the bridge and end up in marin county. it will last a month. and crews work on the new doyle drive project. >> homeless momless in san francisco are being given the star treatment. >> 35 women living at the hamilton center. >> they will be getting their hair and makeup done. >> they will enjoy a free lunch
at the sir francis drake hotel. >> this is the 20th year. women from the center will be cared for on mother's day. here is a look at some moms remembering their best mother's day gifts. >> when my boys were fur, they made me crepes and they were not very well done. and i had to fix them. >> i am the mother of the twins and these young girls that give me love and family. >> my daughter made me a spider picture and it is crawling up the spider web to the best mom in the world. another gift they appreciate is quality time with their children. well, some of the best ice skaters in the united states will be in california today. it is for the stars on ice tour. it stars the 2014 olympic medalist davis and white. >> evans will be featured in the show. she won the silver and also skated in the winter olympic
games in socchi. and tickets are still available. what happened when hundreds of girls were kidnapped in nigeria. and what they are saying about the people who abducted them and how they were able to run to safety. >> eight days and more than 720 miles. some of the best cyclists in the world to take on the first leg of the amgen tour of california. this is a sharp rise in temperatures already being felt this morning. i will have a check of the conditions and when it will go into the 90s, coming up.
. we have more information about a deadly hot air balloon crash. >> two worked for the women's basketball program and the pilot is identified as daniel kirk who had more than 20 years experience as a hot air balloon pile loot. two of the victims were found miles apart and a third person is still missing. they are continuing their search. they believe it drifted into a power line before bursting into flames and crashing friday night. if we find any safety issues with this. we will make an order to prevent this from happening in the future. >> university of richmond confirmed that basketball coach
ginny doyle and natalie lewis were both on board. on the way to hawaii, they had had to go back after smoke was reported in the cockpit and cabin. they took off from los angeles and had been up in the air for an hour. the smoke then started to appear. one passenger said when the oxygen mask came down, they realized for the first time it is a serious situation. >> we turned around and went back to lax and they said we might have to land on an island. get out the life vest and the whole deal. it was different. >> the boeing 757 safely landed around noon yesterday. none of the passengers or crew members were hurt. no word on what caused the smoke to appear. happening today and in a couple of hours from today. the amgen tour subpoena getting started today. we have more on the excitement that is building. cyclists get ready to take off.
>> good morning, and i can tell you there is a whole lot of excitement. >> this is the start. and dozens of people are setting the stage. they will be competing on 16 different elite teams and this is the cycle tour and they will travel 720 miles through the most scenic routes in california. they will race 12 miles from auburn and back to the state capital and one team leader this morning talks about the biggest challenge athletes will face today. it is not so much the course but the wind. when you are pushing wind, you are burning a lot of energy and people think, the riders are worried about the hills but the hill ends and the wind doesn't
especially here in sacramento. >> cities are so excited. and amgen will generate $8 million for san francisco. they hit stage three on wednesday and they are expected to arrive at the state capital at nine this morning. the big race will kickoff and they are enjoying a 4,000-calorie breakfast. >> reporting live here from the state capital, back to you. >> thanks for the report. we appreciate it. we are waiting for the bicyclists to make it down to the bay area. >> then they have to go up to deand and blow, that is -- diablo, that is no joke. >> we will be cranking up the heat by tomorrow. tuesday, when the riders come through, it as scorcher. tough one for them on tuesday. we will warm it up and feel quite nice in most areas. i am going to give you a fabulous shot. take a look at this.
sweeping view. you can see the golden gate bridge there and it is a beautiful day. temperatures already climbing into the low 60s and has to do with the wayne ridge of high pressure that is pulling in and the system that brought us the strong gusty conditions. moving off to the east and now the ridge of high pressure begins to build in and keeps the winds going in just a bit. we are in the transition for the first part of today. this is bringing warmer air to the neighborhoods and we are looking at temperatures five to 10 degrees warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. >> mostly sunny skies and we have got plenty of sunshine going on out there. >> different vantage point. it will be building in and strengthening and bringing the hottest weather by mid week wednesday and how it just pushes the storm track well. >> forus. we will be dry and hot the and in fact, we may see some of the
hottest temperatures so far this year. >> we will talk about what is happening outside the doors. gusting in fair field to 35 miles an hour. generally a light breeze out there today and along the coastline over the hills for the afternoon. it will be breezy once again and not as bad as we had it yesterday. >> 22 miles an hour. >> half moon bay and livermore reporting 17 miles an hour gusts from the north and northwest. that's what we will have. the northerly wins and because of the wind, take a look at livermore. >> 66 degrees. already outside your doors. and in antioch. and we are looking at 60s as well. >> 62 in san francisco. 56 in san jose where it is still very calm. by the afternoon, you will feel quite nice. take a look at the numbers as we get into 11:00 or so. >> upper 70s for 2:00 in the afternoon. planning an outdoor dinner. 76 expected around 5:00 and
settling into sunset just after 8:00. >> 66 degrees. >> temperatures around the bay area, i am talking 10 degrees warmer today and napa, 10 degrees warmer in san francisco. and this is san francisco this afternoon. into the east bay. this is the shoreline. go inland. and low 80s and # two for you. >> 79 for san jose where you will top out and go to # 1 degrees at morgan hill. and the extended forecast here. >> with the second half of the weekend in view. >> nice bump in the temperatures for today. we get into tomorrow. already feeling quite hotter. will hit 90 degrees and 95 by tuesday and wednesday is the hottest day and near to 100 degrees. and mid-80s along the coast and we will see heat advisories pop up by wednesday and maybe even tuesday. we begin a cooling trend on thursday. and it is for the inland cities. and by friday, it looks like all of us will get in on the
cool down. back to the desk. first same sex license for marriageless have been issued in arkansas. >> first in arkansas history. >> they were issued. and they came 24 hours after a judge struck down a constitutional amendment approved by voters. that ban was for the marriage. in the ruling, he said it was driven by hatred and no basis to prevent them from being wed. >> didn't expect this to happen. it is a great surprise. state officials say they plan to appeal the ruling. >> nintendo is apologizing for leaving sex couples out of a livid yo game. it lets them date, marry and have children. and it is more inclusive and it is too late to change the
current game. on line protests have been picking up steam. the game is already a hit in japan. >> it is picking the most popular first lady. >> who is topping the list. and where first lady michelle obama stands. everyone is doing their share in a collaborative way, it feels right. >> words of wisdom from sully sullenberger and students graduating this weekend. hey there. did you select these things on purpose? not a color found nature. there's nothing wrong with tha. i can hear your arteries clogging. ok. no. this is tap water. i can't let you buy this. oh.
sully sullenberger will be known as the pile hot who safely landed on the hudson refer. he passed on life lessons to a group of students graduating from college. >> i introduced you to the man who saved my life and lives of 154 others. ladies and gentlemen, captain sully sullenberger. >> captain sullenberger delivered the commencement address at thief virginia southeastern university in fort lauderdale, florida. they offer a wide array of programs from medicine to oceanography and the importance of working as a team and the value of helping others. at the ends of our lives we may simply ask ourselves a question. did i make a difference? my wish for each of you, is that your answer will be yes.
on january 15th. 2009. he landed a u.s. airways jet on the hudson river. a flock of geese caused two engines to lose power. he is the founder of a safety consulting firm. hundreds of law school students from uc school in hastings are now graduates. about 400 students made up the class of 2014, they father's day to cheer them on. school chancellor said they did more than $1 million worth of pro bono work as part of their education. many of the graduates say they are leaved to be graduating. a deaf pit bull at a humane society has found a home. 2-year-old rosie faced lots of challenges. it isn't until a volunteer tracy taught her sign language that rosie came out of
herschel. everyone at the shelter thought it would be hard to adopt rosy out. they could not have found a better dog. >> i am going to teach him my sign language. >> okay, she is my dog. she can pick up fast. well, everyone at the shelter said they were sad to see her go. they could not have asked for a happier inning. >> well, later today, 42 chihuahuas are taking off for a new life. it is saving these small dogs from being put down. >> they continue with the people on board. it is a capsized speed boat. the area being focused on now. the winds have died down in the sacramento area. significant warming trend begins today. i will pinpoint the mother's day temperatures and when the hottest days will arrive coming up. ;
. in an intersection near mills college is closed after a violent crash that leaves five people in critcal condition. welcome back. i am mike mibach. >> good morning, i am claudine wong. >> more on the morning's crash in a minute. we will start you off with a quick look at the weather. >> rosemary, how are we looking. >> looking good. >> this is over the alameda area. are you heading out to the alameda festival. it will be a beautiful day. the winds are still a little gusty in the areas over the hills and seeing some of the wind. and in livermore, they are gusting to 17 miles an hour. and half moon bay reporting 22 miles an hour. and again, a breezy day for some of us. not as widespread and not as strong. but the wind will be north and will continue for the afternoon
today. 62 degrees in concourt and walnut creek. >> rising fast temperatures. 51 in napa and oakland. and 54 in start. and 59-degree consist right outside your door right now. >> 56 and the san jose 50 degrees in the last hour. >> again, we are beginning to see the turn around already this morning. several degrees warmer for the afternoon and see the as play, it will be warmer for oakland and if i can get the graphic to go for me. >> there you go. and expected at game time and mid- to upper 70s for the second half of the afternoon. northwesterly breeze. one to 15 miles an hour. and what you can expect. >> 73 in san francisco and 76 for hayward and in concord and 84 in antioch. and san jose. and morgan hill and to the north. 82 for santa rosa and in napa.
>> nice and warm in the inland cities. we will turn hot. quite hot and talking 90s around the bay. and i will show you when in the extended forecast coming up. the car crashes into the campus of mills cling in oakland and rushed to the hospital. >> allie rasmus is there where it is closed off for hours now. >> investigators are still at the scene. it looks like they are do you meaning this early morning crash and they are still out here and just to the side. 10 minutes ago. we saw the tow truck pull up and pulled out of ravine, the wreck of the crash is on the other side of the fence on the mills college campus. you can't see it where we are standing. it is in a ravine. it is from the mass cam picture. there were five adults in the
toyota corolla. when it crashed. just after two this morning. it is south on seminary and the car lost control and crashed into the fence and down the ravine where they say it hit two trees head on. >> firefighter, paramedics used the jaws of life to pull four people out of the car. they said they were in very bad shape and in critcal condition. a fifth person, a woman, who may have been the driver of the car was located at 55th and macarthur. that is three blocks away from the crash site much they tell us, they are looking into whether the woman was the driver of the car and why and how she ended up nearly three blocks away from the crash. and whether she fled the scene or not. >> a neighbor who lives nearby. this borders the mills campus. he said the intersection is a very dangerous one. >> not surprised at all. >> not surprised at all. i tried to avoid the corner and making a right turn on it.
on red. and can't do it. >> they come around the corner too fast. >> all of the people in the car are adults and they tell us they don't believe they are mills college students. they are not sure what caused the crash. they don't know whether alcohol is a factor and that speed did play a role in the crash especially since it was heading downhill on seminary when it lost control. all five people in the car including the woman found three blocks away from here breadwinner taken to area hospitals. >> they were in critcal condition according to the police. >> ktvu, allie rasmus. an investigation is underway. officers say they spotted a stolen car in east san jose. they tried to stop the vehicle on story road and mccreery avenue. the driver then started to ram the patrol cars. an officer who police say feared for her life opened
fire. he was wounded once. and female passenger was arrested. and not released the ages of the suspects. they are described as juveniles as part of standard procedure and both the officer who shot the suspect and her partner are on administrative leave. they are looking into a shooting early yesterday morning. down to a 7-11 in alameda county. they shot a robbery suspect after he reached into his waistband and he drove off and tracked down in hayward after crashing into the highway barrier. they were both injured and both expected to survive. the person who was shot is a paralegal lee arrested seven -- parole lee arrested seven times. anything gunman opened up fire at a baby's birthday party. >> the man in his tos died at the scene. he is a suspected gang member.
people at the party say when shots were fired, they started bringing kids into the home. >> she pulled all the kids and put them in her house. >> i thank god for that lady. >> other people, including a 7-year-old child were hurt and they were all taken to the hospital and expected to recover. >> well a search is underway right now and for those on board. a speed boat that capsized. and the state parks department told them that the vehicle was recovered after overturning yesterday. and the people on board have not been found. it is unclear how many people are missing and why the boat capsized. >> yesterday, search evidents were impacted by the strong gusty winds. san mateo landowner denied people access to the beach is expected to testify in court this week. martins beach is part of a 53-acre piece of inland it is south of half moon bay. favorite spot for families and surfers for decades.
it stopped when ha landowner blocked access to the beach by closing the only road leading to the beach because it was on his private property. many lawsuits followed. surfers said it is a violation of the california coastal act. arraignment is set for tomorrow because a football player broke a guy's jaw and kicked his dog. drew was held on a million dollars bond. police say he beat up a student at a frat house last week. his attorney said he was defending himself after the dog bit him. a couple accused of killing a 3-year-old napa county girl is in jail. sarah kruegers and her boy ryan scott warner are in jail. the judge set kruger's bail at continue million dollars. kruger asked the court for a million dollars bail instead. her attorney said she cannot find a higher bail in
california other than two and a half million in alameda county. they are standing in solidarity with the hundreds of girls kidnapped in nigeria: >> dozens of people took part in the demonstration yesterday. they hold signs and banners demanding safe return of the girls. >> it is nerve wracking to hear that they can't go to school because of this. so that's why i am here. to make the whole world hear for the girls. >> nigerian terror group stormed the school and took the girls. they are threatening to sell them into slavery. we will hear from girls who escaped the mass kidnapping. they said they stormed in the school and stole all the food supplies militants set fire to the school. one girl ran and told her classmates. it was important to get caught.
she preferred getting caught and killed rather than a foreign place to get tortured. in hopes of saving a little boy's life. dozens of people came out at albany high school. they were all hoping they would be a match for baylor fredricksen. he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia. he is japanese and germ plan. they are hoping to find someone who can provide a live-saving match. >> we are in desperate need. >> pleading to the public and doing the best we can. > >> it will be held next saturday at the street fair in san francisco. it contests of a mouth swab. again 18 to 44 is invited to be tested. they are trying to save an east bay hospital. they held the community meeting at the doctor's medical center in san pueblo, they want to
keep the center hope. they handle 40,000 emergency case as year. including heart attacks and strokes. hospital workers say they serve people who can't afford medical care. happening today. 42 chihuahuas are flying to indianapolis. they will be adopted by their new families. the group compassion without borders rescued them in the central valley. that group has saved more than 300 dogs in the past 14 months and offers free veterinary services to low income families living in the north bay. we do have an update on a story we told you about yesterday. the dog rescued from the shelter is not in a shelter. >> it shows officer alex edmond as he tried to catch the little dog friday afternoon. now, yesterday, there is the little dog. we shot the video at the contra costa animal shelter and he
couldn't have any chips or tags and does appear to be about 2 years-old. the officer said he was lucky to make it onto the barrier. >> we could tell it was frightened and shaking. we were able to pet it a little bit. other than that, we could tell it was not happy and vee frightened. >> poor -- very frightened. >> dogs that happen on the highway, it does happen a lot. weekly occurrence and they are taken to shelters and this encourages people who want a dog to adopt from a shelter. >> coming up at 9:00. best cyclists in the world are preparing for a eight day race. and details on the amgen tour and it is said to be the hardest and hottest part of the race. >> more report that record are tampered with. and the political actions now being taken as patients say they are becoming the victims of poor treatment. mother nature turning up the heat on the bay area
east of kansas city, missouri. it cadged hundreds of homes and knocked down trees and power poles. >> we are coming to get you. are you okay? >> a woman a mccreery a wheelchair had to be rescued av the tornado hit. a worker wearing a camera captured the whole thing. they carried the woman up from the garage where she was trapped and the roof of the women's home was tornado off by the tornado. she was the only one home and no one was seriously hurt. the remains of the unidentified victims of 9/11 is moved back to ground zero. not all the families are happy with the decision. yesterday, a silent procession of cars removed the remains from the medical examiner's office in manhattan and transported them to the site of the 9/11 site and museum. they will be buried 70 feet under the museum. it will be off limits to the public. >> they are not in a dungeon. not in a basement.
they are in a beautiful space that is rev vent and respectful. >> it waited for months for my son to be recoveredded from the hell hole and now they are back in there. what is respectful about that? >> 100 family members watched and some of them have their mouths covered in silent protest. they have no choice in where they were buried. they open to the public in less than two weeks. the department of veteran affairs is being hit west palm more records to hide delays in patient care. >> reports in phoenix, colorado and wyoming are making it seen that patients are seen in 14 days. they are waiting much longer and delays are not being reported. secretary of veteran's after firs will testify next week. he has ordered audits at all va clippings. president obama will honor the top police officers. it is an annual event at the
white house. this is video of last year's ceremony. he will honor officers and those who helped in the aftermath of the boston bombings. honorable mention will be given to the los angeles police officer who pulled a man from a burning car. donald thompson who is a veteran of the bomb squad was on his way home when a car burst into flame resist. without any hesitation. he went into the burning car and rescued the 72-year-old driver. when it comes to the commander in chief's right hand woman. some are more popular than others. barbara bush and hillary clinton are tied for first place when it comes to the most admired first ladies. close behind was current first lady michelle obama. 24% laura bush in at 17%. all right. the time now is 8:47. if you like the heat. it is on its way. maybe not by the end of the day
today. rosemary is telling us it is going to get hot during the week though, right. >> quite uncomfortable. and heat advisories from the hottest weather so far this year. for today, nice warm upcoming our way. it are be a notable one and this morning we are warmer. >> giving you a look towards the west. we have an university of san francisco on the left. isn't that just a beautiful shot. if you are stepping out. and on this mother's day, nice day, and the breeze is still out there. and i will explain why, coming up. if you are with us yesterday, the system here is right over oregon and shifted east over utah and that is what kicked up the wind yesterday. and brought some snow to the sierra. and we were talking about that earlier in the morning. the ridge of high pressure is now going to be strengthening over the area. that is what will come over the next few days. we are in the transition and
that will keep the win going. >> so for today, mostly sunny and mild this morning. the winds are gusty and it will be breezy once again there. not as widespread for the afternoon. for the afternoon, it will be warmer and that is the headline. and we get into the extended forecast. we turn hot. here is a look at the temperatures for the mother's day and we get into the morning hours and already into the morning hours and started out a little cool and beginning to turn around. low 60s to 70s in the forecast for the lunch hour and into the second half of the day. >> 84 for antioch and 81 in fair field and 82 in santa rosa. and san rafael and in san francisco and 74 for berkeley and mid- to upper 70s. pacifica and 75 degrees for the afternoon. little brisk along the coast and 79 in mountain view and upper 70s and low 80s expected in morgan hill and for
santa cruz. and that is what we expect for today. let's talk about the real warm up. we get into monday. and notice a notable jump coming our way and inland cities of getting to 90 degrees. it will be a warmer day. and the coast and the winds begin to relax and begin to strengthen and dominate the weather pattern. they continue to climb with an offshore breeze expected to climb. and mid-90s and on tuesday. almost hitting 100 degrees he is a we get into wednesday. this is the hottest day. 90s around the bay and 80s around the cross. we do begin the cool down. it is sort of a step by step process and it will be first around the bay and we will get them to come down. and they will remain quite hot by friday. all of us are in the cool down. back to the desk. parking spots could lead to battles between the 49ers and they report that the 49ers
are threatening to block a proposal by joe montana to build a hotel next to the stadium. they have told them that if montana's $400 million project goes forward. they want eight and a half acres of replacement parking. >> mayor jamie matthews are in the beginning stages and he believes everything will be resolved. and both the 49ers and rangers have completed the nfl draft. last year is the draft and they selected speedy south carolina. bruce he willing ton and they have cornerback dante johnson and defensive end there. in south florida. espn is giving the 49ers an a. they draft it overall. they weren't far behind and they received a b plus on the final day of the draft. >> they picked them and defensive lineman and other players for the silver and black are quarterback keith
. they are fighting a plan to put new homes. it is called earth justice and filed a federal appeal in the latest effort to stop the development. it claims the planning agency did not analyze the impact the development would have on soil conservation. water and air quality. it would allow for 3200 residential units and 32,000 square feet of commercial space to be filled in the basin. >> bass lakes have been ranked among top one's. and this is the less and number 2 spot with the highest number of big bass. california delta. the lake barry and lake orville made the list and surjohn bay at lake michigan made number 1. they are helping people in san francisco rent out driveways and garages and parking lots. it is different from other parking apps. the company said the goal is to
increase the supply of parking in the city. >> spot on has access to more than 700 spaces. it offers method and hourly fee is around $3 with a 12 hour maximum. >> also, warriors could lose out on the top choices for head coach. eseasonal pn said they are pessimistic about the chances to land former basketball players: he is too deep in talks with the new york knicks to become their head coach. >> marc jackson. despite a second playoff season. >> oakland as have two hits through eight innings. and in the ninth inning. it is game on. >> one unforged lowry and deep to right center. >> john scores in business. and josh donaldson keeping it alive. slapping a curve and slides home. we are all tied up to the 10th we go the and again, at
the plate. and this one deep to right field. and touring shot that goes off the wall and nate mclouth can't catch it and comes around and scores off for the a and how about a pie in the face. like to celebrate. they go for the sweep today. it is today at the coliseum. >> it is breast cancer awareness day in the bay area. in the past 15 years, they raised more than $1.3 million for breast cancer research and education. >> in 2,004, they create the the faith award in memory. >> long time reporter faith. >> they had a 10 game road trip against the dodgers. dusty bake irand giants got off to a hot start with an rbi single. that is the last run for the giants this day. in the 6th inning matt cain
and jeremy affeldt can't hold the lead and they tie up at two. >> they put another two up and dodgers never looked back. giants would win the series and head home to host at plant at that and miami. well, it is mother's day and people all over the bay area are celebrating the special someone. they get a little special treatment that they say they will never forget. history is made of the nfl draft for the first openly drafted gay player and he is remembered by players and fans. afternoon highs are running warm. i will line up the current details and detail the afternoon highs for today and show you when we may get into the 90s coming up.
>> what led to a crash. the condition of one of the passengers. an officer-involved shooting in the bay area. the details we learned overnight and why she opened fire. >> in san francisco, what you need to look out for to avoid unexpectedly crossing the golden gate bridge. mornings on 2 continues next.
>> you are taking. police investigate a crash that sent down the car down the ravine in mills college. it's very active scene. getting new information from police. she's also monitoring the tow truck that's out there right now. she's going to have a live report coming up in just a minute. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> i'm mike mibach. happy mother's day to all the moms. i remember as a boy, sitting on my mom's lap and having a bowl of cheerios, i don't think you can do that anymore. but happy mom's day. happy mother's day to you. check with rosemary. also happy mother's day to you. >> the winds ease up a bit. not going away all together. we talk about that in just a
moment. the winds are generally light at the moment. for the most part, the wind gusts are picking up in areas over the hills and fairfield. gusting to 36 miles per hour right now. you can see from the arrows, the winds coming in from the north, so a very dry northerly breeze in store for today. the winds will not be as widespread, all together. bay reporting a gust at 22 miles per hour, it will be with us through the afternoon. a lot warmer today. a ridge of high pressure beginning to build in and as it does, our temperatures are going to fly, soaring this morning already. 70 degrees in napa and at this time, 68 in walnut creek and 66 which is 8 degrees warmer than yesterday at this hour. we have 60s at sfo, 66 at san francisco. upper 60s in oakland. as we get into the 10:00 hour, a few degrees warmer. low 60s at the coast.
low 70s inland and for the afternoon today, five to ten degrees warmer than what we had saturday afternoon. some of our warmest locations, 84 for antioch, 81 in morgan hill. 80 in santa rosa as well as nana. 76 for the a's game today in oakland. a mild to warm day with a breeze continuing to the second half. it's the beginning. into business week, i'll show you the extended forecast coming up. the investigation into a myles crash in oakland. the victim's car went through ending on school grounds. live for us this morning at the scene where she just received new information on the condition of the people inside that car, allie? >> well, we just got an update from investigators. one of the five people who was seriously hurt in this crash has died at the hospital. police investigators are still at the intersection. this is seminary and outlook.
they've opened up one lane of northbound traffic and you can see some cars about to come through at this heading north on seminarrow. there's also a tow truck that's here. the tow truck and some of the workers with the towing crew have cut apart the chain link fence on the mil's college campus to hoist up the wreckage from this crash. there's five adults in the toyota crash after 2:00 this morning. the car heading south on seminarrow when the car lost control, crashed into a fence down a ravine and emergency responders say the car hit two trees head on. firefighters and paramedics used the jaws of life. the hwa talion chief on the scene said all of them were in very bad shape and taken to the hospital in critical condition. a woman who may have been a driver located at 55th and
mcarthur, about three blocks away from the crash site. investigators tell us whether the woman was the driver of the car and trying to figure out how and why she ended up nearly three blocks away from the crash and whether or not she fled the scene. the police investigator here tells me she has several broken bones and also taken to the hospital. we talk to several people who live in this neighborhood near mills college. the intersection is known as a dangerous woman. >> for years, this intersection has been a notoriously dangerous intersection because of the amount of speed the cars picked up down the hill until about ten years ago. there were no lights here. there's the scene of many fatal accidents. >> reporter: they don't believe the women are mills college students. police aren't sure what just caused the crash. not too early to say whether alcohol was a factor and speed played the role in the crash
since the car was heading downhill at seminary when it lost control. it's latched to the back of the toyota cole la involved in the crash and getting ready to pull it up out of the ravine. again, one lane of traffic heading north on seminary at outlook is open but investigators say they are going to be out here for a little while longer completing their investigation because, again, one of the five people, a man who was in the car at the time of the crash has died from his injuries at the hospital according to police. live in oakland, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. new this morning, an investigation is under way after a san jose police officer shoots a young stolen car suspect. it happened at about 11:40 last night. police say they spotted a stolen vehicle in east san jose. officers try to box the car in on story road and mccreery avenue but the drivers started ramming their patrol cars. >> one of the officers discharged a firearm in fear for her safety.
and struck the suspect at least one time. >> the suspect was taken to the hospital and he's being treated for his injuries. a passenger is also taken into custody. they're juveniles and both stopped the suspect and partner are now on administrative leave >> if public is reaching out to a man killed in a road rage incident. an online campaign helped the family of 34-year-old fullam. one has a learning disability, one of the sons. the cars nearly collided. lam's sister said was a wonderful mother and lone person in the family now facing bills that the family sun able to pay. >> he's a bus driver for one of the companies and he's driving
up until like 8:30. he got a home. >> the gunman has not been caught but they have some good leads from witnesses to the shooting. if you would like to help, go to our web site, we have posted the information on ktvu.com. just look under web links. history was made in the national football league. >> michael sam. defensive end. >> you heard it. the st. louis rams yesterday selected michael sam. he becomes the nfl's first openly gay player. he already has a message for colin kaepernick and every other quarterback in the league. >> i'm overwhelmed, i'm excited, and i'm proud to be a ram. every team that passed behind me, i'll be their quarterback. >> sam is a high character and hard working football player. football analysts say he's
transitioned into the league is easier because he knows the area since he played at the university of missouri. there's some controversy this morning about a tweet about michael sam. it has landed a miami dolphins football player in trouble. safety donn jones tweeted, omg and horrible. the post was soon taken down but disappointed at jones and will talk to him. dolphins trying to improve their image after martin was bullied and harassed by rich choo incognito and others and now traded to the 49ers. obama credited sam for being the first openly gay. the white house statement congratulating sam and the nfl and went on to say, quote, from the playing field to the corporate board room. lgbt americans prove every day you should be judged by what you do and not who you are. openly gay nba player responded to the draft pick on twitter. yes yelled, i'm getting ready
for miami heat and say congrats to mike sam, football, and st. louis rams. great pick. good luck. singer john legend had to say this on twitter. michael sam, it's a victory for love. happening today, the amgen tour is under way in sacramento. for days, riders race more than 720 miles traveling through 12 host cities anding in a thousand oaks on may 18th. the top riders are 2012 tower de france winner sagan and mark cabindish. preparations on the way for when the tour makes its way up. considered the most difficult stage starts in san jose and continues to mount hailonton and livermore. they will end a ride by going nearly 11 miles up mount
diablo. moving an important offramp in san francisco. the last northbound offramp of highway 101 just before the golden gate bridge is being moved about a thousand feet south from where it is now. they should be forced to cross into county. crews will work on the new doyle drive project. homeless lawns are being given the star treatment. 35 women get their hair and make-up done at a salon for mother's day and mops join a free brunch at the starlight room at the zero francis drake hotel and the 24th year that they will be cared for on mother's day. coming up in twenty minutes, tell me you recently bought a ticket. it was just scooped up and how much this raises tuesday's jackpot. >> now that you stand in one place and shake it. >> a 91-year-old woman joining
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>> we have new information about a deadly hot balloon crash in west virginia. people worked for the university of richmond's women's basketball program and the pilot has been identified as daniel kirk who had more than 20 years of experience as a hot air balloon pilot. the bodies of two victims were found yesterday about a mile apart and a third person is still missing. this morning, investigators are continuing their search. they believe the hot air balloon drifted into a power line before bursting into flames and crashing friday night. >> we do find any safety issues with there. we make a recommendation for the tragedy in the future. >> the university of richmond released a statement confirming the basketball coach janine doyle and director of basketball operationers natalie louis were both on board. a united airlines flight on the way to hawaii had to go back to the airport after smoke was reported in the cockpit and the cabin. flight 296 had been up in the air for about an hour when
smoke appeared. one said when the oxygen masks came down, everyone realized for the first time just how serious the situation was. >> i turned around immediately and saw the smoke. came back to lax and said they might have to land a mile. had everyone get on the life vest, the whole deal. so it was different. >> the boeing 757 landed at lax safely yesterday. none of the passengers or crews were hurt. there is no word on what might have caused the smoke to appear. danville pirate sully shullen burger will be known as the captain who guided the troubled airplane on to the new york hudson river. he passed on life lessons to a group of group students graduating from college. >> i introduce to you the man who saved my life and the 450 others, ladies and gentlemen, captain sully sullenberger. >> captain sullenberger
delivered the commencement address at southern university in f. lauderdale, florida. there's a wide array from medicine to ore nothing if i. he told the graduates about working as a team and the value of helping others. >> at the end of our lives, we may simply ask ourselves a question. did i make a difference? my wish for each of you is that your answer will be yes. >> on january 15th, 2009, sullenberger landed a u.s. airways jet on the hudson river. a flock of geese struck the plane, causing two engines to lose power. shullen is an aviation safety expert and the founder of a safety consulting firm. in her 91 years, edna lamping had never been to prom until now. lamping said when she was growing up, her family was strict and wouldn't allow her
to go to prom. to change that, the daughter and granddaughter planned a prom-themed party for her. then they had the idea to ask a local high school in the pennsylvania town if lamping an her husband could attend this upcoming prom. >> go someplace. >> said they had a great time at the prom and she said it was well worth the wait. how cute are they. >> looks like they had a blast. look at the smile on her face cutting the rug there. >> they're grooving. time now is 8:19, time to turn to rosemary. it was fairly gusty out there. >> unfortunately, the clouds won't be completely gone and inside portions another bare as well as the outer waters if you think about doing some sailing for your mother's day. giving you a live look over the day and maybe see some of the wind blowing. ripples through the water. we do have wind in the hill
still. a ridge of high pressure is over our area that will bring our temperatures way up as we get into today, tomorrow, and the next few days. the low pressure that was over oregon has shifted southeast over and into utah. now we have a ridge of high pressure building in. the pressure gradient between the two will keep those winds going in some areas for today. so for your afternoon, we're sunny, we're warmer and even warmer this morning. and at this hour, several degrees above what we had yesterday morning. we'll look at current conditions in a moment but as we get into monday, tuesday, and wednesday, temperatures are really going to soar against the seasonal average. hottest weather this year we look at and very close to is hundred. a nice enjoyable day for mother's day. i want to take a look at the winds this morning. not so bad. 5 to 10 miles per hour and gusty along the coast.
fairfield and through the winds pushing up to 25 miles per hour. as we get into the afternoon picking up a bit, so we will be a little breezy out there, but not as windy. yesterday, the winds gusted to 45 miles per hour along the coast. shouldn't be so bad for today. 61 right now. santa rosa. 60 in san francisco. you werer 50s in oakland. 65 in concord. san jose and several degrees warmer than 24 hours ago and here's the compare soon for you from yesterday into today. areas like napa, san francisco, concord, san jose and not the only spots 10 degrees warmer than what we had in the afternoon on saturday. a better look around for you here. 55 for pacifica and san mateo and low 80s for concord, 84 in antioch and morgan hill and low 80s, santa rosa, and temperaturewise, just very comfortable for most of us. it will be warm inland. extended forecast here, temperatures continuing to climb. by tomorrow, it looks like we're nearing 90 degrees for some of the inland cities. it's going to be a bit toasty
and then outright hot. tuesday into wednesday, a scorcher for inland cities. mid up toker 90s. the forecast is going to be warm along the coastline, mid 80s. still quite hot for inland cities by friday. looks like the cooling. an audit is ordered in v.a.:ics and a special called into action >> if dog that made it the perfect canyon in the family from nebraska.
the move came less than 24 hours after the judge struck down the constitutional amendment approved by voters back in 2004. that banned gay marriage his ruling was driven by hatred and no rational basis for preventing same-sex couples to wed. >> i got engaged in march. this is a great surprise. nintendo is apologizing for leaving same-sex couples out of a life simulation video game set to be released next month. the game lets players flirt, date, marry, and have children. the publisher said it will be more inclusive with future versions, but it's apparently too late to change the current game. online protests over the issue picking up steam and the game is already a hit in japan.
a pit bull found the perfect forever home. 3-year-old rosie faced a lot of challenges when she first arrived at the shelter and wasn't until a volunteer named trey the city taught her sign language that rosie came out of her shell. one family said they couldn't have found a better dog. >> she can pick up fast. >> everyone at the shelter said they were sad to see rosie go. they could not have asked for a happier ending. hundreds of law school students from the u.c. hastings college of law are now graduates. about 400 students made up the class of 2014. thousands of friends and family gathered at the bill gram
auditorium. east bay community turned a tragedy into something positive. hundreds of cars featured at the arroyo classic car show in san la ren sow. >> they can't get the athletic gear or can't pay for uniforms or whatever it is. we try to keep the kids on the fields, on the courts. >> it's raised more than $100,000 for athletes. the grand prix started off with a wild crash. is is hit hard.
two others avoid to the flying debris and able to get out of the race cars and avoid serious injuries. simon pojano to win the race. walked in and started shooting. the motive police investigate in heroic efforts to protect children from the bullets. one moment, they were studying at school, the next moment, they feared they were going to die. more disturbing accounts from some of the girls whoest scaped a mass kidnapping in nigeria. >> a dramatic warm-up in the bay area. how much higher our temperatures will be for the afternoon today and when summerlike heat will enter the picture coming up.
a car crash through a fence and college search this morning for a cause as the case has just turned into a death investigation. i'm claudeine wong. >> a beautiful look over the pittsburgh area, mostly sunny skies. notice the camera shaking around just a bit. the winds are still gusting over our hills through fairfield. the winds have picked up. notice from the north, a dry
northerly breeze. i do expect a breeze through your sunday. 22 miles per hour and the gust at half-moon bay. dry air and winds combined, 73 degrees reported an 64 in hayward. and low to mid 60s in the peninsula and 63 in san jose. temperatures already climbing if you're stepping outdoor percent your mother's day, it's a nice start to the morning. 73 for san francisco. low 80s for some of our warmer locations. 84 for antioch today. upper 70s to low 80s for the south bay. you'll go to 80 degrees. so very comfortable, several degrees warmer than what we had on saturday. winds not as bad. it's an enjoyable day for your mother's day. this is the beginning of a big warming trend. by midweek wednesday, we could be near 100 degrees.
i'll look at those number ifser you coming up. 30 minutes ago, we learned one of the people in a violent crash in oakland died. the early morning crash tour up college and left four others critically injured. allie rasmus has been live at the scene. let's go back to allie for an update on the investigation. allie? >> reporter: the southbound lane is closed. you can see investigators wrapping up into the fatal wreck. about 15 minutes ago, a tow truck pulled the wreckage out of the ravine. a car that's headed southbound into the mills college campus into a ravine. this is video of the wrecked car. you can see from it the severity of this crash. police say there were five adults in this toyota corolla. three men and one woman and in an update from investigators, we got 30 minutes ailing; one of the men died from his injuries at the hospital. the car lost control, crashed
into a fence down a ravine where emergency responders say the car hit two trees head on. firefighter paramedics used the jaws of life to pull four people out of that car. the battalion chief say they were in bad shape and taken to the hospital in critical condition. one of the four initially taken to the hospital did die at the hospital later on this morning. a fifth person according to police, a woman, who may have been the driver was located at 55th and mac arthur. blocks away from the crash site. the police investigators tell us they look into whether the woman was a driver and why and how she ended up nearly 3 blocks away from the crash and whether or not she fled the scene. the police investigator also said she was very seriously injured and had several broken bones. we've spoken to several people who lived nearby who say this intersection is notorious for speeding and serious crashes. >> it's common. you'll find people racing down the hill and hear the break
squeal and a light pole out. this is mills college, their fence is knocked out probably four or five times a year. >> all of the people in the car are adults. investigators tell us they don't believe the women are mills college students. police aren't sure what caughted the crash. they say it's too early to determine whether alcohol was a factor but they say it's likely that speeds did play a role in this crash, especially since the car was heading south on seminarrow which is kind of a downhill slope. the investigators have been out here since a little after 2:00 this morning when the crash initially happened. psych one lane of traffic on seminarrow north towards 580 is back open. the southbound lane though is closened and will be closed for a little while longer. we have an estimate of 48 minutes to an hour longer as investigators continue their work here. live in oakland, allie rasmus, ktvu, channel 2 news. an investigation surrender way into a police shooting in san jose around 11:40 last night. officers say they spotted a
stolen car in east san jose. they tried to stop the vehicle on story road and mccreery avenue but the driver then started to ram their patrol cars. an officer who police say feared for her life then opened fire. the suspect was wounded at least once, a female passenger was also arrested while police have not released the ages of the suspects, they are described as juveniles as part of standard procedure and both the officer who shot the officer and partner are now on administrative leave. this is the second officer- involved shooting in the bay area in less than 24 hours. investigators are looking into a shooting early yesterday morning. the 7/11, the deputy shot a robbery suspect after the suspect reached into his waistband. the other robbery suspect drove off but was tracked down in hayward after crashing into a highway barrier. both suspects were injured and expected to survive. the person who was shot is a parolee whose been arrested seven times:
shot and killed a man into life and a disturbance call on friday night. they were told that a man was chasing people around while waving a knife. officers say he failed to follow their commands so they used a taser on him first and they pulledup his shirt, a knife hitting his pants when two officers shot and killed him. a gunman opened fire at a baby's birthday party. it happened around 5:00 yesterday evening at paragin park. a naan in his 20s died at the scene and is a suspected gang member. people at the party say when the shots were fired, a woman who lives nearby started bringing children into her home. >> i don't know how many kids but she pulled all of those kids and pulled them in her house. i thank god for that lady. >> six other people including a 7-year-old child were hurt,en to the hospital and expected to recover >> if search is under way right
now at a lake east of sacramento aboard a speedboat that capsized. the vessel had been recovered and after overturning yesterday afternoon on if you will as many -- fulsom. the date is set for kicking his dog. de maria drew is jailed on a bond. he beat up a student at a fraternity house last week. drew's attorney say drew was defending himself after the other student's dog, a jack russell mix, bit him. the couple accused of kilning a 3-year-old naca sown school. 24-year-old sarah kruger and her boyfriend, 26-year-old ryan scott warner, are charged with murdering her daughter, kalie slusher.
a judge set krueger's bail at $10 million. she asked the court for a million dollar bail instead. she could not find a higher bail in california than 2.5 million in alameda county. kidnapped from a boarding school in nigeria. >> what do we need? when do we need it? now. >> they held signs and banners demanding the safe return of the girl. >> that's why i'm here, to make it here. >> a nigerian group came and threatening to sell into slavery. young women in nigeria who escaped that massed kidnapping. they're in the school and stalled all of the food
supplies. military set fire to the school. >> they're trying to escape. caught and killed. on a creek today? hopes of saving a little boy's life. dozens of people came at that albany high school and might be a match for 7-year-old baylor frederick son who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia. his japanese and german and hoping to find someone with the background to find a life- saving measure. >> we are in desperate need. we're pleading to the public and doing the best we can and finding someone that can save bailey's life. >> today's drive is at heather farms park and another drive will be held next in san
francisco. >> up to age 24 invited to be tested. going to great america. the courageous kids day. the event will include a picnic lunch, visit from san jose earthquake's player shea and an appearance by snoopy. cancer society hosts the event and almost all children are age 18 and under and undergone cancer treatment in northern california on college centers. map today, two chihuahuas fly to minneapolis. they are adopted by their new families. did grown up, compassion without borders, rescued them for overcrowded kill shelter in the central valley. they've saved more than 300 adults. the group also offers free veterinary services to low income families living in the north bay. we have an update on a story we told you about yesterday. remember that chihuahua on the center id divide? she's now at a shelter. this is a picture of the highway patrol tweeted of the
rescue near north main and walnut creek. she shows officer edmond as he tries to get the little dog on wednesday afternoon. shot the video at the contra kosta in martinez. there's no tags and appears to be about two years old. officer edmond said the dog was lucky to make it on to the barrier. >> we could tell it was frightened, it was shaking. we were able to pet it a little bit, but other than that, we could tell it was not happy and definitely very frightened. >> the chp say they find docks on the highway pretty much every week and then say many of the dogs are take about to shelters. if you bought a meg millions lotto ticket, go ahead and check that ticket. there were two second price winners worth about $469. >> the winner has not come
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people in the midwest are cleaning up after a severe storm. the tornado touched down yesterday in a small town east of kansas city, missouri. the tornado damaged hundreds of homes and knocked down trees and power poles. >> we're coming to get you. are you okay? >> a woman in a wheelchair had to be rescued from her home after the tornado hit. a rescue worker was wearing a go-pro camera so you can see the whole thing was captured on video as the woman went upstairs from the garage. she was trapped by rubble down in the garage. the woman and her husband were the only people at home at the time and fortunately, they weren't hurt. a sheriff in washington state is ordering an emergency closure of the cedar river after the landsliding. as you can see there, need to slide. people who li in maple valley say they are lucky and the
flooding could have been much worse. an suv and nearby shed were slightly damaged. >> it's kind of amazing that the whole hill, somehow, that water cut back through. i don't know how it could have. but i'm glad it did. >> the flooding did not reach any. will remain in effect until further notice >> if remains of the unidentified victims of 9/11 are moved back to ground zero but not all families of the missing are happy with that decision. they'll be buried in a repository 70 feet under, offlimits to the public. >> they're not in a dungeon or basement. they're respectful. >> i waited months for my son to be recovered out of that hell hole and now they're putting him back in there.
what's respectful about that? >> about 100 family members watched yesterday's presession. some had their mouth covered in a silent protest. they say they had no choice in where the remains were buried. >> if department of veterans affairs hit with more allegations of manipulating records to hide patient repair. according to reports, employees at v.a. centers in states of arizona colorado and wyoming make records look like patients were seen within 14 days but patients say they were waiting much longer and delays are not being reported. senator john mccain addressed the allegations at an open forum in phoenix. >> if these allegations are true, there's a violation of law and not a matter of resignations but whether someone goes to jail or not. >> the secretary of veteran affairs will testify next week before the senate committee on veterans affairs. he says he's ordered audits at
all v.a. clinics. >> it's an annual event at the white house. tomorrow, president obama will honor the officers including those who helped in the aftermath of the boston marathon bombings. now, when it comes to the commander in chief's right hand woman, some are more popular than others. according to the wall street journal survey, barbara bush and hillary clinton tied for first place when it comes to the most admired first ladies. they both received 27% of votes. close behind was current first lady michelle obama with 24% and laura bush came in at 17%. >> turning now to rosemary on this mother's day morning. it's been beautiful out there and expected to get even better as we roll through the day. >> yes, we've got a nice warm- up coming. for most of us, it will be really comfortable and we still have a northerly breeze. it won't be as widespread or as strong, so that is some great news giving you a view outdoors and a sweeping view there. san francisco and the bay
bridge, mostly sunny skies from the coast around the bay and inland for today. a ridge of high pressure will be building in over the course of today and then is going to stick around for a few days. that will lead to a huge warm- up coming our way. i want to start with the system here. if you were joining us yesterday, this is right over oregon now over utah and that continues to shift to the east. that's what really helped to kick up our winds behind the system and the ridge of high pressure built in. the difference between the two air masses will keep the winds going for today until the ridge becomes dominant. the winds will continue. for today and into the afternoon, winds picking up to ten, perhaps twenty miles per hour for some. a little breezy out there, but it shouldn't be as bad as yesterday. we'll take a look at those winds in just a moment. i want to show you the warming trend with the ridge of high pressure for tomorrow. 5 to 10 degrees warmer. by tomorrow, a little hot. i'm thinking near 90 degrees
for inland cities. by tuesday, it's a scorcher. we're talking mid 90s for inland locations and it looks like on wednesday is when our temperatures will peak and i'm going to give you a sneak peek as some of these numbers expected on wednesday. low to mid 90s expected in areas like santa rosa, upper 80s, perhaps san francisco and 80s along the coast. livermore, you're expected to hit 98 gross on wednesday and 96 on san jose in wednesday and going to be a hot one. we look at possibly breaking some records and look at the possibility of some of the hottest weather so far this year. that will come down the road. let's talk about today. the winds anywhere from 10 to 20. outside this morning, it's a little breezy through the delta and half-moon bay and gusty conditions in the afternoon and just 10 to 20. it doesn't get any worse but tonight, the wind begin to lighten up as the ridge of high pressure begins to better establish itself. 66 in concord.
68 in oakland. low 60s san francisco, low 60s santa rosa as well as napa and san jose. temperatures for the afternoon, a lot of 70s and low 80s. 83 for sonoma and to the east, 77 at oakland and this afternoon for the a's game. 81 in danceville for the south and 79, zap jose. center ifs for the peninsula and 73 san francisco. mostly sunny skies and can't. the extended forecast there, we took care of mother's day as we get into the business week. there is the big heat-up. up to 100 degrees by midweek wednesday. slightly cooler on thursday. back to the desk. new at this prom, bringing hundreds more parking lots to the city.
. the top of the weekend box office. it brought in close to $20 million during the opening day. the amazing cider man 2 came in second bringing another $10 million for the web slinging flick and the other woman, heaven is for real and captain america, the winter soldier, rounded out the top five. lake orville made the list and sturgeon bay at lake michigan number one. an app called spot on help
rent out driveways and parking garages. it's different than other parking apps to find spots on the street. the company said the goal is to increase the supply of parking in the city. spot on has access to more than 500 spaces throughout san francisco and offers two payment methods, a monthly fee or hourly charge. the hourly fee is usually $3 with a 12 hour maximum. parking spots could lead to a battle between the 9ers and one of the team's greatest players. the chronicle reports that the 9ers planning to block a proposal by joe montana. he wants to build a hotel at levi stadium. they said if $400 million goes forward, they want 8.5 acres of replacement parking. santa clara's mayor said the negotiations are still in the beginning stages. the giants wrap up the ten game road trip against the dodgers. baker and the crowd yesterday there. giants got off hot.
buster posey with an rbi single and that would be the last run for the giants on saturday. sixth inning, matt cane gets yanked and can't quite hold the lead of dodgers tied up at 2:00. l.a. puts in another two runs on the board and go on to win 6-2. if the giants win today, they still win the series and head home to host atlanta and miami. the first place a's had two hits through eight innings and all of the sudden in the ninth inning, it was game on. shoots on to right center double. john scores, a's in business. donald son keeping alive and to left field, lowry slides home and we're all tied to the tenth we go. at the play with one on and he strokes a towering shot to right field. nate leads but can't make the play. nick punto comes around to score and walkoff fashion. the a's go for the sweep today, 1:05 at the coliseum. it's breast cancer day at
the ballpark today. they raise money to support research for breast cancer in the bay area and the past 15 years, a's raised more than $1.3 million for breast cancer research. >> let's head over to rosemary for a final look at your forecast. >> it's going to be a warm one, especially inland. as we get into the 10:00 hour, widespread 60s. low 60s at the coast. low 70s inland and for the afternoon today, a few degrees warmer at the coast around the bay and inland, 5 to 10 degrees warmer for the second half of your day. 73 in san francisco. 81 in concord. low 80s expected in san jose. upper 70s to low 80s for the santa clara valley and san jose into north santa rosa as well. low 80s for you. as we get into tomorrow though, we turn hot. it's a corneller come tuesday/wednesday. some like the heat. for some, it's going to be miserable out there.
we do begin a cooling trend on thursday but it looks like friday before we really begin to feel it. all in all, it looks like these temperatures could be the hottest of the year so far. >> showing 80s right there on the coast. >> it's going to be a warm one. >> get ready for it. thank you, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> of course, we continue to fall the deadly crash in mills college in oakland. we'll have the latest for you at 5:00. you can always get the updates before then at ktvu.com, facebook, and twitter. for all of us here at ktvu, a happy mother's day to all you moms across the bay area. have a good one.
i'm chris wallace. an international effort to free hundreds of nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by islamic extremists. protesters take to the streets. and the internet to express outrage over the abduction. as the world rallies, what should the u.s. do? and what is this extremist group? >> there's no question we're racing against the clock. they've been gone for a long time. >> we'll sit down with the former u.s. ambassador to nigeria john campbell and the co-founder of the fund. then house republicans name members of the select