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well good morning to you, welcome to mornings on 2, it is sunday april 30 i'm claudine wong. >> i do too. i think i need it. we all need a little motivational music. good morning everyone i'm frank mallicoat. we've got another gorgeous day on tap. we'll tell you all about it in a moment. but first here is some headlines. we begin in washington, d.c. the white house correspondence dinner usually a big night of humor and a bit of roasting for the sitting president, but this year well things were a little bit different. >> president trump refuse today come. we're going to tell you where he decide today go instead, and we'll talk about the message from some of the big speakers of the night. thousands of people gathered in oakland for a march for the environment. >> they did. more on the climate march. the dozens of community groups who attended. we'll have more on that coming
up. let's take you out live. >> there's sfo a clear warning. usually that's good news for travelers, but something else that is in the mix today. >> yeah, it could be a bugaboo. the airport's second largest runway is being repaved. last week caused a lot of delays, even cancellations. allie rasmus checking in on how we're doing this weekend. but clear skies out there. i've got to tell you it's still cold in the morning. >> i know. >> no, no, i'm just saying 80 degrees i was expecting to be warm, but it still takes a little bit to warm up. >> the days are getting a little bit longer and warmer, but we are going to wake up with that. >> but you just did. >> especially for claudine. good morning to you. we've got some nice weather come our way once again giving you a view over the east bay hills. good morning sunshine. our temperatures are a little
cooler this morning. we have a bit of an on shore breeze as opposed to the offshore breeze we had yesterday morning. and as the results we've got a bit of patchy fog right now. santa rosa 66 degrees. low 50s for oakland. livermore 47 and san jose 53. here is a look at your 24-hour temperature change. down to 9 degrees at oakland. sfo down by 11. a few of us within a few degrees from yesterday. fairfield down by 8. still very calm out there. if you notice the wind bars, the flow is a little more on shore as you look towards the bay. for today we're going to offset the heat just a little bit. temperatures will be a near repeat of yesterday perhaps just a tad cooler at the coast for some. upper 60s in pacifica for the afternoon, mid-70s for san francisco. low 80s for our warmer locations. 84 for antioch and into the south bay. 82 expected for san jose.
temperatures will begin climbing as we get into the business weekend. it's going to be a little uncomfortable. and i will have a look at those in just a little bit. >> all right, thanks, rosemary. a 23-month-old boy was hit and killed bay car after the child ran into the parking lot while his parents were shopping nearby. it happened at 3:15 yesterday afternoon on dakota road. before the parents realized when was happening the boy had already been hit. he did later die at the hospital. police said the driver stopped and cooperated with the investigation. a deadly shooting in san mateo that started at 5:30. during the rush hour traffic in the northbound lane on friday. san mateo police said the original call was a traffic crash on the highway. they found an armed man driving one of the cars. they were trying to carjack a 55-year-old woman. the officers told the man to drop his weapon, but he didn't.
>> officers took extreme measure to issue commands to drop that firearm and to attempt to deescalate and negotiate with that suspect. obviously those attempts were unsuccessful and an officer- involved shooting ensued with the three officers who are there at the the scene and the suspect was fatally wounded. >> investigators say a part of their investigation will focus on whether or not the crash was planned as a part of that carjacking on 101. police don't know if there is a relationship between the two people as well. the man's name has not been released. if you are picking someone up at the san francisco international airport today you should call the airport before you head out there. there's been delays reported. >> you might need to wait a little while because of the repaving project already causing more flight delays over the weekend. allie rasmus joins us live at sfo with a bit of an update. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, yes.
busy morning here at sfo and terminal two with a long line behind me. all folks waiting to check in to their departing flights on american airlines. if you have friends or family members you're expected to arrive today. you definitely want them to check on your flight online ahead of time. that's because so far there's been 44 flights delayed this morning. mostly arrival and 38 flights canceled altogether. mostly arrives. all because of some repaving work on one of the runways here. a two-mile long runway and a runway they typically use for arriving flights. while they're doing that, construction and sfo they need to cut down on the number of arriving flights in half and under normal conditions and good weather conditions, about 60 flights are arriving at this airport every hour. with that one runway out of commission this weekend they'll have 30 flights an hour come in. >> the runway that's being repaved is actually used for landing as one of our primary rival runways. so it will cut our rivalry
down. >> reporter: and now these delays and cancellations are mostly affecting regional flights up and down the west coast, although the backlogs will start to impact other domestic and international flights. but the repaving work would schedule to continue through tomorrow and noon and so there is a possibility the delays and the cancellations could continue through tomorrow morning and that count is out here live. if you take a look at the boards a lot of the canceled flights are los angeles and seattle and what the city manager told us primarily at this point affecting some of the regional flights up and down the west coast. next weekend they will also be doing the repaving work. according to the duty manager they have another five weekends after that scheduled, so we could see more delays like this weekend long delay throughout the summer and then to keep that in mind. and here at sfo. back to you. >> note to self, fly in on a monday. >> reporter: all right, thank
you so much, allie. they will bring awareness to climate change. one of the main events is thepeoples climate march where they made their way down pennsylvania avenue. protesters are upset over their rules and back in their environmental protections for epa and the easing of oil and gas regulations. but their moves will create jobs and generate billions of dollars. here in the bay area more than 2,000 people turned out for a rally organized by the climate movement bay area. jesse enjaian was at the e -- jesse gary was at the event and spoke to lawmakers, advocates, and citizens to make a change. >> reporter: the people's climate movement in oakland culminated with scores of people marching around lake merritt. >> it is really important for us to show it this isn't a problem in the distant future. it's happening now and we need to act now.
hours before that the sea of climate supporters and activists, united in their goals to heal the environment. >> this is the greatest environment human kind has ever faced. it makes the plague look small. >> reporter: representatives from more than 75 groups gathered to exchange ideas and search for be solutions to numerous problems including climate change, economic justice, and racial equality. >> and i've got to know any one action is going to make a big difference, but many people together does. >> reporter: and with all the talk of ill, most of us agree the biggest problem sits about 2,500 miles to the east in washington with a lot of anger directed towards president trump and his policies. >> it is 100 days of chaos, corruption, and dysfunction. they've tried each and every day to roll back the progress we've witnessed under president trump. and especially as it relates to
climate change. >> reporter: some here say the only way to create lasting change is to start at the top of our nation's capital. >> really, really sad he's in such a place of power. >> reporter: participants promise this one day dedicated tooling, resist, and re-- to organize, resist, and rebuild. >> i'm hoping people will become more educated and sensitive and more brave about what is really going on in america. >> reporter: at lake merritt in oakland i'm jesse gary ktvu fox 2 news. time now is 7:09. the annual white house correspondence dinner was more low key and a dignified event in past years. it was held last night. the crowd is usually held -- held with celebrities. this year the focus is on the first amendment. stars of the night were the bernstein and bob woodward show who talked about persistence
and how they pursued the water gate scandal that led to the resignation of president richard nixon more than 40 years ago. they put the events of the actions in that time into perspective for today's journalists. >> politicians and presidents sometimes perhaps too frequently we make mistakes and go too far. when that happens we should own up to it. but the efforts today to get this best obtainable version of the truth is largely made in good faith. mr. president, the media is not fake news. [ applause ] >> for the first time in 37years the sitting president was not at the correspondence dinner. mr. trump did not directly hear
any of those comments. the president was 120 miles away at a campaign-style rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania. the white house officials said mr. trump was not avoiding the dinner, but out celebrating his first 100 days in office with some of the people who elected him. the president did say he was happier to be outside the nation's capitol to mark the occasion. >> and i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington's swamp, spending my evening with all of you and with a much larger crowd and much better people. >> reporter: he's proud more than any other first 100 days in office. well it is 7:11 on this
sunday. you see them topping fort collins. white school earned a number one ranking for the second year in a row. and up next celebrating the life of a pittsburgh teen who -- the pittsburg teen who died too soon. the celebrity to help raise money in his life. have assembled. spider-man... black widow... captain america...
welcome back. a popular high school senior was getting ready to serve his country died suddenly last night. >> he helped pay tribute to floyd if real. rob malcolm has the story. >> reporter: inside pittsburgh theater the comedy was on display. the schedule to perform four shows. out of the fifth at hearing about the death of the 17-year- old. the show quickly turned into a fundraiser for the family.
>> i'm so happy that, you know, i have an opportunity and god blessed me with the talent to be able to help someone out like his family in a tragic situation like this. >> reporter: he ran track and played football at pittsburg high passing away from an asthma attack during a training run as he prepared for marine training and boot camp if in san diego. >> it was hard for the school and the community and the school, they brought if in grief counselors. he was a friend, he had a lot of friends around campus. >> reporter: looking forward to the next chapter in his life a month from now if real would be walking the stage -- ferrell would be walking to the stage. but instead a comedian took to the stage. backstage they mourned with the families. >> i appreciate you. >> reporter: and promoter
thanked his big named act for be stepping up. >> that is absolutely amazing. he did this in a drop of a hat and sold this place out. >> reporter: the family remains thankful for the outpouring of support from the community of pittsburg. >> this was a surprise to us. we were extremely grateful. and to have some comedic aspects to him, this has been amazing and i can't even have words for it. >> our experiences are high. we just pray there are people who are humble enough to just know that this is not a sad day, this is not an end of a journey. >> doing something good for the family and he won't be forgotten. >> reporter: more than anything in the world and try to bring some laughter and joy to people. even though this is the situation tonight. but what a great loss.
>> reporter: mike jeps played to a sold out audience in a smaller venue than he is used to. this wasn't about mourning, rather about the celebration of life. in pittsburg rob malcolm ktvu fox 2 news. >> it was some mighty good medicine for the family too. >> yes, just thinking of them and supporting e them. 7:17 on the clock. let's go over to rosemary. it was warm today. you said it was chilly this morning. but i just know it will be hot later today. >> you're trying to get out of that complaint. >> it's hard to get up when it is a little chilly. >> it is hard to get up period. >> i'm with you girlfriend. i had the seat warmer on this morning. >> it is not just me. >> you'll need to bundle up. >> all right, frank. >> we've got nice weather coming our way. if you liked yesterday you'll like today. a near repeat is what we're seeing for your sunday. how about a beautiful shot there of the golden gate bridge
where we have fair skies overhead and folks on the move this morning. opening day on the bay. we're going to have, gosh you said about 100 boats out there that kind of parade right it in front of the field and along the water front it's gorgeous. giving you a view here. we do have a system riding through the pacific northwest having a minimal impact here, but it will be enough to kind of level off our temperatures, we're not really going to warm up more or we may cool down just a tad and it has to do with a bit of an on shore breeze that is in the bay this morning as opposed to yesterday morning with an offshore wind. here is a look at the temperatures outside if you're stepping o. still a bit of a chill in the air for you to start the day. we would have a lot of 50s around the bay. 53 in oakland, 50 in san francisco. this morning 53 in mountain view as well as san jose. let's take a look at a few more here. 44 to start your day in woodside. to the coast it's a cool one. mid-40s to upper 40s reported
at half moon bay. our east bay has 47 for you. and 53 this morning in antioch. if you're going to see the giants play this afternoon, another gorgeous day with clear skies in the forecast, a westerly breeze about 15 miles per hour. and 70 degrees at the start of game time. low 70s expected for today. beautiful day to be in the stands. just make sure you bring along the sun block. 82 in sonoma. 81 petaluma. close to the water sausalito 71. that goes for tiburon as well. low 70s for berkeley as well as oakland going to 74. low 80s expected for walnut creek. livermore you're looking at 82. south bay 79 it in san jose. 83 degrees for morgan hill. 76 for the afternoon high and upper 70s in redwood city and low 70s expected for the city of san francisco.
57 for pacifica. the extended forecast. temperatures will climb as we get into monday and tuesday and still on track to see low weather. but temperatures will come back down for thursday. >> it was a little chilly. >> see, you do have layers on, i won't go on, but you're wearing a jacket. >> okay. >> socks. >> i usually do. >> all right. let's move on shall we? >> let's talk about another airport altercation. this one also caught on camera. this time it is a delta pilot that gets involved. coming up, why he said he hit a passenger. but up next three tornadoes sweeping through texas. the damage left behind after five people were killed, dozens more injured. stay with us.
well there are no injuries or damage reported. it was a little shaker. 3.8 magnitude earthquake in the east bay last night. if you're thinking it is an earthquake, yes, it was. and it appears we are used as much bigger ones. we would check with the dispatchers who department even get a single call about it. >> not a single call. at least five people in east texas are dead and dozens more injured after three tornadoes hit several small towns. a little east of dallas. tornadoes touched down last night in the city of canton and
texas. -- canton, texas. authorities say 56 people all taken to the hospital including two that are now in critical condition. >> once we could get into these areas, we can start the recovery right now. that number may go up. hopefully it doesn't, but we have a number of fatalities as of right now. >> authorities say of the 56 people taken to the hospital, six are still hospitalized this morning. >> the goff forissued a state of emergency and urging residents to stay safe and from rising floodwaters today. at least one person killed, dozens had to be rescued over the weekend because of the flooding. the governor's office is reporting nearly 100 evacuations. the southwest part of the state was hit the hardest. severe thunderstorms are expect today last into the night. police in l.a. are still looking for a carjacker who went on a deadly shooting spree. it started with a man and a gun and he force add woman out of
an -- forced a woman out of her suv. he took her out of the car and shot at three to four more people -- people at nearby suburbs. no word on the condition of the other victims. this weekend police are reflecting the 25th anniversary of the los angeles riots. ceremonies were held yesterday to market anniversary. a candlelight vigil was held last night as the night of the riots. it was sparked by four police officers in the video taped beating of rodney king. the mayor of los angeles said a lot has changed between sfpd and is -- lapd and the people since then. >> 25 years later a lot of work has been done to make life better in this part of los angeles and beyond. there is a lot of evidence to that effect and a lot of
unfinished business. >> more than 50 people were killed in the riots. more than 2,000 others hurt. the city cost a billion -- cause add billion dollars in -- caused a billion dollars in damage. tomorrow is a chance to fight for workers and immigration rights. up next the preparations in place for this year's may day stretch. >> if you are headed up to sfo this weekend you'll need to double check your flight delays with a long-term project underway at the airport.
little bit -- a little bit of fergie to get you out in the bay as you look for the tournament. this is sunday, welcome on board i'm >> judge -- i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. it might look like that all across the bay area. i mean is it just going to be sunny skies everywhere you look? >> we are going to remain status quo. looking at another nice day. barely move the temperatures this afternoon. we have a bit of an on shore breeze cooling us off this morning and dealing with a little patchy fog out there. but any event for most this
afternoon is going to be hard to tell the difference. giving you a view of what's going on out there as we are waking up with blue skies for most. a little bit of patchy fog at the coast, but that's really it. can't find much anywhere else. we've got 46 degrees right now in santa rosa. 52 in san francisco. low 50s in oakland. 47 in livermore and 53 in san jose. the numbers are down from yesterday down by 4 in livermore and 9 in oakland. you'll feet the difference if -- you'll feel the difference yesterday if you were out this morning. the winds are light out there. with the wind bars just the smaller wind bar will show you a light one. we've got some pulling in inside the bay. that will be the case as we get into your afternoon today. but we've got a nice one coming with mostly sunny skies. a look at what you can expect for santa rosa. low 50s this morning as we get into lunchtime already 76
degrees. then we'll spend the rest of the day in the low 80s, which we will get into the dinner hour. still upper 70s. a beautiful one to be outdoors or if you are going out for a walk to make sure you have the sun block. 69 in pacifica. 71 for san francisco. mid to upper 70s for the east bay shoreline as well as the peninsula. 78 for the south bay. low 80s for concord, livermore, and -- and antioch. temperatures will continue to climb. i'll have a look at your extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. we now know the name of the man found dead on friday morning. east bay times reports the man to be identified as 48-year-old kevin of oakland. we don't know how he died or how he ended up in the water. an autopsy scheduled to be performed tomorrow to determine a cause of death. >> a man is behind bars this
morning. and he is still under his truck. it happened about 7:00 yesterday morning. the 29-year-old was in his ford suv when he -- when he hit and killed the cyclist. but they followed a debris trail to a nearby home and arrested gongora. the bike was reportedly still lodged underneath the truck. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. this morning highway patrol investigated a crash in the east bay happening shortly before 3:30 this afternoon in livermore on interstate 580 near greenville road. officers got a 911 call from a witness who said they saw a silver suv spin out and go down an embankment. one person died, but they are releasing no other details about the victim or that accident. alameda police are continuing its investigation into a body found saturday morning on the lagoon there.
officials responded around 8:45 on saturday morning locating the man behind that laguna hacienda condos near la jolla drive. alameda police said the death is suspicious and still unsure of the cause. an i.d. was found on the victim's body and police are working to notify his family. the man and woman were swimming in the big sulfur creek near the towns of clover dale. both were swept downstream. the man grabbed a rock and alerted officials to tell them his friend needed help. a sonoma sheriff's helicopter found the woman's body half a mile away. the names of the victim and her friend are not being released. >> they are expecting a large turnout in san jose. they have plans to reroute bus service to avoid the march. expecting more than 10,000
people to take part. monday there will be closures. some stores in san jose are closing on monday, so their employees can take part in the march. there will also be a may day rally in san francisco starting at justin herman plaza starting at 11:00 a.m. followed bay march to civic center. san francisco airportofficials say there have been delays and cancellations at sfo today. >> it's all because of a runway maintenance project that started earlier this month. ktvu allison burns reports -- allie rasmus reports the work that will continue for several more weeks. >> reporter: we're inside terminal 2 at sfo. it's pretty busy this morning. a long line of folks getting ready to check into their departing flights. but if you have people whom you're expecting to arrive at sfo this morning you definitely want them to check on their flight ahead of time. because we've already seen some 38 flights canceled so far this morning and another 44 flights
delayed. this is all because of an ongoing runway repaving project. one of the runways out of repaving here at sfo. while they are doing that runway construction, sfo has to cut down on a number of arrivals in half. under normal conditions there are about 60 flights arriving every hour. with this runway out of commission this weekend they are only having 30 flights come in every hour. >> they want to make sure they get all the processes done. >> reporter: new delays and cancellations are affecting regional flights up and down the west coast. the backlog in the delays will pile up and could impact other domestic and international flights. the repaving work scheduled to continue into tomorrow until noon. there is a possibility for delays and cancellations to continue tomorrow morning. next weekend they will be doing some repaving work like this as well as for the next five weekends throughout the summer. so something to keep in mind if
you have plans here at sfo throughout the summer. allie rasmus ktvu fox 2 news. well this here is the nfl draft to feature many of the selections. none as quite as controversial as the raiders pick in the fourth round. >> and live from fabulous las vegas, the entertainment capital of the world and along with the raider nation i'm proud to select the 2017 nfl draft. oakland raiders select david sharp. >> i know. he's going to the oakland raiders. >> come on. >> can you call it the salt in the wound? taking some heat after announcing he is from las vegas. now as the draft pick david sharpe, he's from florida and expected to compete for a starting position on the offensive line this summer.
all right, the rest of the raiders picks. the inside linebacker from washington state. defensive back elijah hood. a power runningback battling injuries throughout his career should see some rest. >> okay, 49ers general manager john lynch had his work cut out for him. he was afraid to wheel and deal for players. and he did a lot of work first year. trading him down to number 3 when the guy was going to take that number two. and then the niners traded back into the first round a pick 31 to grab the linebacker reuben foster. as for the niners late selections over the weekend. joe williams is a good one out of utah with a game breaking speed. he could contribute right away. he could block in a tight end out of iowa. fifth rounder represent taylor could be the team's primary punt returner.
niners also picked up an extra second and third round pick in next year's draft. so a good weekend for both teams. a quiet day, for the three local college teams. the wide receiver late in the fourth quarter third in the nation for catches per game and the runningback mohammed was selected in the 7th round by the tennessee titans. he'll give them another option as you kick off the punt returner and he makes the team. by the way the players were selected on saturday. the university of california system dominates a list of forbes magazine's list of best college values. six out of the ten uc campuses are on the best valued schools. uc berkeley tops the second best in a row. and the uc schools in irvine davis, san diego, and santa barbara also in the top 25. stanford was named the 7th best value in the country.
smog season is about to begin as we get hot. coming up at 8:00 the campaign kicking off tomorrow to help keep our air clean here in the states. >> plus, actors demand a ransom from netflix. details up next. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians
me to tell you i handed out some misinformation earlier. this is not opening day of the bay. apparently that was last weekend. it was the last weekend of april, but no i've got it wrong. if you'll be out and about today, a lot of sunshine in place. don't be expecting the boats to be parading though. ville a look at your -- i'll have a look at your temperatures. claudine was actually laughing at me. >> this is video with a dozen airline pilots hitting the passenger fighting another passenger at the atlanta airport. tmz says the passengers were leaving the jet way when two women started fighting this afternoon. friday the pilot appears to try to accept is rate the woman and
grabs one bit arm. he strikes her. the pilot was removed from duty, but he has since is returned to work after they found his actions deescalated the fight. according to tmz the woman knew one another and neither wanted to press any charges against anyone. on segment two a stark increase in the number of reports hate crimes and experts are linking it to the political climate. >> henry lee has been looking into the latest statistics in what law enforcement is doing in response. >> reporter: a woman wearing a head scarf has her windows shattered. someone wrote life and colors over urinals in a bathroom as swastikas were painted on a garage door in san francisco. these cases are a part of a rise in hate crime reported in the bay area and across the country. the uptick authorities say can be linked to the anti-immigrant
rhetoric. >> right after the presidential election we saw throughout the country the state and also locally a surge in hate-related speech and hate-related action towards community members. >> reporter: the southern law center, which tracks hate crime says they have documented more than a thousand hate crimes after the election. the defamation league has seen a massive increase in anti- semitic since incident with a 34% increase in assault, vandalism, and harassment. almost 30 of those cases happened in november and december. >> our concern is it is the rhetoric of elected officials and politicians and others that contribute to hate in our country. >> reporter: california's department of justice says it there was a nearly 50% increase in hate crimes based on religion from 2014 to 2015. during that time anti-muslim cases jumped from 18 cases to 40. >> we are seeing people are,
again feeling em -- are feeling bolder. and they are using it as an inspiration for criminal activity. >> reporter: there's been a rise in hate crime. these incidents are underreported. some victims are scared of retaliation. others may not be in the country legally. >> we are not concerned with their immigration status. if they are being victimized, we want to know about it. >> reporter: san francisco da gaston and nancy o'malley have set up lines to report hate crimes. >> we are here to listen and to prosecute a case that's necessary and refer to the appropriate law enforcement agency if that is the route that needs to be taken. >> reporter: when hate crime charges are filed, they don't always stick. >> your mind is taken over and brainwashed and you have nothing, but hate. >> reporter: denise slater took a plea deal for throwing coffee and hitting a muslim man at an
east bay park in exchange for her pleas. these three men are awaiting trial for murder in a shooting that killed william s is ims. prosecutors originally file add hate crime charge, but the grand jury did not include that. colin cooper is the attorney for one of the men. it is important for people not to jump to conclusions about anything, especially something as prejudicial and volatile as a hate crime accusation. >> reporter: advocates agree it would take a lot of work to push back against hatred. >> we will not let anyone turn our country into a racist white supreme -- supremacist. henry lee ktvu fox 2 news. we should talk a little weather. >> it is gorgeous out there for anything you want to do outside.
u we are back to sun blocks and flip-flops it would seem. >> it was nice, really nice out there. yes, we are going to ski repeat and you'll hear me -- we are going to repeat and you'll hear me say that a whole lot. a lot of 70s. a few low 80s. and a lot of sunshine to go with it. giving you a view at all that sunshine as we would get into the second part of your day. we are looking at temperatures just about in the 70s and the 80s. i want to go here just a little bit with the geyser area because we had a small quake reported earlier this morning. a magnitude 4.2. if you felt a little bit of shaking going on it was just on the west side there. again a 4.0. the rest of us waking up with a sunshine out there. a little bit of patchy fog. a little bit of an on shore breeze. that is the the change this morning with temperatures
slightly cooler for the afternoon. not a lot of difference going on. we do have a system that is riding through the pacific northwest. that'll sort of keep us where we have been over the last 24 to 48 hours or so. let's check in on the winds with just a light on shore breeze in fairfield and a northeasterly breeze in oakland. you can see the wind bars moving on shore. for the second part of your afternoon with all that sunshine you'll want the sun block. and you're going to want the sun block starting out this morning if you're stepping out. 53 in oakland. upper 40s in livermore. to the north bay it's a cool start. santa rosa 46. our south bay locations 53 right now in san jose. the inner east bay 49 alamo. 54 antioch, 51 to start your morning in lafayette. going to see the giants play? mostly sunny sky, westerly breeze at at&t park. 70 at game time. start investigate north bay 81
degrees for petaluma today. 83 novato. upper 70s expected for vallejo with 70s around the bay and 71 alameda and 75 right around hayward and low 80s for danville. 81 for gilroy and 80 degrees saratoga. who is headed to santa cruz? 76 for the high there. and a gorgeous day at half moon bay. your extended forecast, temperatures are really going to begin to heat up. if you've been craving that summer heat it's coming. we have temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90 on tuesday. expected to hit 90 on wednesday and before we cool it back down on thursday. so the first week of may is going to be a warm one. >> when is the last time you threw out a forecast like that? >> it has been a while. perhaps late fall. >> not one four-letter word, rain. it's been a while. >> thanks, rosemary. it is one of the deadliest
house fires in the nation and more than 20 years later an east palo alto family who lost so much trying to remember their loved ones in a positive way. on april 26, 1997 nine family members died inside a single- story house. the number of the people killed included five children. the house was engulfed in flames and firefighters were able to rescue one adult and three children. the menlo fire department have said a lack of smoke detectors made it difficult for families to escape. yesterday the family hosted a memorial cookout celebrating the lives of the their losted loved ones. >> they were so awesome. again, there were five kids and so we would all come and play together and i remember we used to make mud pies back there and play in the mud and like my aunt was the sweetest. she made sure all the kids were together and everything. >> our family, a lot of us, you
know, we still come together and we try to stick together as best as we can. but around this time we come together to celebrate life in general and thank god that, you know, we are all still here and able to still do this. >> reporter: the celebration of life was open to the entire neighborhood. the fire district will sponsor a free smoke detector giveaway and a free installation in june to remember the the family lost. in oakland a high school gym turned into a boutique of sorts with over 1,000 prom dresses all to be given away. hundreds of oakland high school students receiving prom dresses yesterday thanks to dressed by west. the event was celebrated by leslie west. the wife of david west along with the unified school district and the golden state warriors. the only requirement for students to get a dress to attend an oakland public high school. >> they are dresses they wouldn't be able to afford. i've seen amazing smiles,
received a lot of thank yous. and there have been pictures taken where they look like princesses themselves. >> it's a great event. the first event west has held a prom dress giveaway to high school students. of course her first year holding it here in oakland. and a hazard is claiming to release new episodes of netflix's series "orange is the new black." the hackers called the dark overlord announced their release on twitter posting a link to illegal download the episodes. the hacker had been demanding a ransom from the streaming service, but netflix did not pay up. new episodes are set to officially be released on june 9. get ready for some basketball. it's been a while. warriors are getting ready for round two coming up. how mr. curry says he is preparing even though he still doesn't know who his team will be facing some tuesday night at oracle. we will chat with steph coming up next.
happening today it's the 27th annual pacific coast green machines at half moon bay. planes, motorcycles, cars in the 21st century will be on display there. their owners will be there to tell you. >> that looks like you on the motorcycle. >> yeah, not me. >> what makes them the real dream machine, they have monster trucks, sky divers, zip lines, along with kids rides,
food, and drinks. sounds like fun. it all starts at the half moon bay airport. but we have our own allie rasmus headed out there to check it out. we will check it in with her in just a bit. >> that's on sunday, right? >> yes, this sunday, sunday. how about some sports. giants are kind of having a tough april. another loss. they fall into the nl west. padres in town and it there was some hope here in the fifth. brandon bell hit a single up the milled sending home a couple ofgiants. that gave san francisco a 3-1 lead, but then all went south in a big way pennsylvania days scored -- in a big way, padres scored eight. giants got creamed 12-4 at at&t. giant -- the giants are not very hot. >> oakland broke a scoreless time in the 4th inning.
jed lowrie with a solo homer. there she goes. khris davis belching out number 10 to make it 2-0 oakland. sean doolittle gives up a solo home run. oh it doesn't matter, they made it 2-1 a solid game. oakland much-needed winners for them as well. they win it by a final of 2-1. the warriors, their weight continues, pushing a week now since the dubs have played still awaiting the outcome of the jazz/clippers series. those two teams go at it in a decisive game seven this afternoon. chris paul's 29 points and eight assists in game six pushed this one to the brink two nights back. the owner was psyched. yesterday a reporter asked steph curry if be he watched the game a couple of nights ago. >> i watched every second of it. when you're watching a team you might be playing next is a
little more focus on the decision for what they do in preparing your mind and putting yourself in that decision if you're defending whatever person and to try to prepare that way. >> for this team, the warriors will host either the clippers who they have owned this year or the jazz. and is round two in their best of seven series. >> president trump didn't go to the white house correspondence dinner last night, but that didn't stop the jokes. >> by the looks of him he's been roasting nonstop in the past 70 years. coming up, more from the annual dinner and what president trump said about the event.
>> they get their picture next to an orange gutter. nothing to complain about today. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm claudine wong. >> happy sunday everyone and good morning to you i'm frank mallicoat. rosemary will tell you all about the weather if a moment. but first some things making news on this sunday. we are talking about the white house correspondence dinner held last night. it's usually a night of big humor and a bit of roasting of the president. we'll tell you where he was instead. we will tell you what some of the big speakers had to say. thousands of people were at lake merritt in oakland yesterday. >> a beautiful day called the climate march. more on who attended and the message to the current administration. we will share that with you and of course all that warm weather, it will be back. and so are the spare the air days. >> yup, the campaign starts
tomorrow and they start to keep our air clean on these hot days. and today it looks like it will be a hot day. but you ain't seen nothing yet. >> yes. >> the heat will be on especially tuesday and wednesday finland communities, outside this morning we are actually a tad cooler. the on shore breeze is back and even a little bit of patchy fog out there we're tracking. by the afternoon we're looking at temperatures very similar to yesterday and another enjoyable one. here is the view as we look across the bay towards the north. you can see the fog lying right on the water. 53 right now in santa rosa. 55 in san francisco. 60 in oakland and livermore and san jose 57. yesterday morning we had a bit of an offshore breeze warming up very fast. this morning we're warm up taking a little bit longer. down by 9 in nasa. down by 7 in livermore. so a bit of a cooler start, but for the second part of your day a lot of 70s and 80s once again
with plenty of sunshine in -- 80s, once again with plenty of sunshine. afternoon highs will start to be at the inner east bay. 84 for antioch. 84 degrees for morgan hill. around the water just gorgeous. 73 in san mateo. if you're going to see the giants play a lot of sunshine, a good day for you there. i'll have a look at what to expect for your giants forecast as well as the extended forecast and when we may actually hit 90 degrees coming up. a 23-month-old boy was hit bay car after running into a parking lot while his parents were shopping nearby. it happened at 3:15 yesterday on dakota road. before the parents realized what was happening, the boy had been hit. he later died at the hospital. police say the driver stopped and is cooperating with investigation. we are learning more about friday night's deadly officer- involved shooting on highway 101 if many san mateo clog up
traffic in a big way. northbound lanes of 101 and san mateo police would get a call for a traffic crash on the highway. they found an armed man who had been driving one of the cars involved in the crash attempting to carjack a 55-year- old woman. while investigators say they told the man to drop his weapon. >> officers took extreme measures to issue the commands to drop that firearm in attempts to negotiate with the suspect. obviously those attempts were unsuccessful. an officer-involved shooting pursued. the suspect was fatally wounded. >> police say a part of their investigation will focus on whether or not the crash was planned as a part of that carjacking. they don't know if there is a relationship between the two people. the man's name has not been
released. well demonstrators brought awareness to climate change. one of the main events is people in the nation's capital where they made their way down pennsylvania avenue. protesters are upset over president trump's rollback of environmental protection. for most cuts to the epa and the easing of some oil and gas regulations. but the president says his news will generate jobs and billions of dollars. here in the bay area more than 2,000 people turned out for a rally organized by the people's climate movement. jesse gary was at the event at oakland's lake merritt and spoke to advocates all hoping to make a change. >> reporter: the people's climate movement in oakland culminated with scores of people marching around lake merritt. >> it is really important for us to show this has been a problem in this distant future that's happening now. we need to act now. hours before that the grassy area at west end of the lake
with the sea of climate supporters and activists, unite first-degree many their goals. >> this is the greatest thing human kind has ever seen. it makes the plague look small. >> reporter: the representatives from more than 75 groups gathered to exchange ideas and search for solutions through numerous problems including climate change. >> any one action will make the difference. but this many people together. >> reporter: all the talk most everyone here agrees the biggest problem sits about 2,500 miles to the east in washington. there is a lot of anger directed towards president donald trump and policy. >> it is 100 days of chaos, corruption, and dysfunction. they've tried each and every day to throw back the progress we have witnessed under president trump. especially as it relates to climate change. >> reporter: some here say the only way to create lasting
change is to start at the top in our nation's capital. >> it is really, really sad because it is like the power. >> reporter: participants promised this one day will be a building block for continued action. >> i'm hoping that people will become more educated and sensitive and more brave about what is really going on in america. >> reporter: i'm jesse gary ktvu fox 2 news. >> in washington, d.c., the annual correspondence dinner was a dignified and low-key event. the crowd is filled with celebrities who take turns, making remarks about politics and politicians. a lot of sarcasm. but the focus is more serious. stars of the night were the carl bernstein and bob woodward who talked about the persistence in how they pursued the water gate scandal story that led to the resignation of
president nixon more than 40 years ago. they also put the events and actions of that time into perspective for today's journalists. >> like politicians and presidents, sometimes perhaps quite too frequently we make mistakes and go too far. when that happens we should own up to it. but the effort today to get this best obtainable version of the truth is largely made in good faith. mr. president the immediate can yeah is not fake news. >> a much more serious tone. for the first time in 37 years, the sitting president was not at the correspondence dinner and mr. trump did not directly hear any of those comments. for
>> the president was 120 miles away in pennsylvania and the white house officials said he was not avoiding the dinner. instead out celebrating their first 100 days in office and with some of the people who elected him. the president did say he was happier to be outside of the nation's capital and to mark the occasion. >> i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington's swamp. spending my evening with all of you and with a much, much larger crowd and much better people, right? >> mr. trump once again made a statement his administration has accomplished more than any other president during his first 100 days it in office. mr. trump says he's especially proud of that. >> summer spare the air campaign kicking off tomorrow as temperatures around the bay heat up in a big way this week.
the bay area quality management district reminded people traffic is the largest sort of smog and greenhouse gases here in the bay area. they say taking more cars off the road will help improve their air quality and limit the number of spare the air days. that will be called it in 2017 during the summer spare the air alerts. and they are expected to reach unhealthy levels. people are reminded to limit their outdoor activities and the early morning hours with a summer alert. they were 26 by the way, summer alerts just last year. getting paid to protest a growing number of companies getting them a chance to pay off. >> celebrating the life of a pittsburgh teen who died way too soon. the celebrities to help raise a lot of money in his honor last night. stay with us. ♪
stick with zyrtec®. muddle no more®. try rhinocort® allergy spray for powerful nasal allergy relief. a popular high school senior from pittsburg getting ready to serve his country died suddenly just last week. >> last night they had star power to help pay tribute. ktvu rob malcolm has the story. >> reporter: inside the theater the comedy was on display. scheduling to perform four
shows. the hearing about the death of the 17-year-old. the show quickly turned into a fundraiser for the family. >> i'm so happy that, you know, i have an opportunity and god blessed me with the talent to be able to help someone out like his family in a tragic situation like this. >> reporter: he ran track and played football at pittsburg high passing away on april 25 from an asthma attack during the training run as they prepared for boot camp and training in san diego. >> it is very well liked. it was hard for the school and the community and the school, you know, briefing in grief counselors. ferrell would have been walking the show for graduation, instead they took to the stage adding laughter to a week of
sadness. backstage they would mourn with the family. >> i appreciate you. >> reporter: and the promoters thanked his big named act for stepping up. >> absolutely amazing and he sold this place out. >> reporter: the family remains thankful for their outpouring support for the community of pittsburgh. >> we were extremely grateful to have some aspects to him so this has been amazing, i can't even have words for it. >> and we are just grateful there are people who are humbled enough to know this is not a sad day, this is not the end of the journey. more than anything in the world to try to bring some laughter and joy and to, you know, this
situation tonight. but what a great loss. >> he played to a sold out audience than what he is used to. this wasn't about mourning, rather it was about the celebration of life. in pittsburgh rob malcolm ktvu fox 2 news. >> all right. time now is 8:16 on the clock. it is time to head over to rosemary. let's take a look at the sum iser forecast. >> hello, spring, good-bye, spring. >> the last day of april. the first week of may like you said felt like summer. temperatures nearing 90 -- 90 degrees at this hour and really nice for others. pleasant weather is coming our way with the 80s to round out the day. as we look out towards the west we started off this morning with a little bit of patchy
fog. this is coming from brad in sausalito, a gorgeous view as we would look towards the rock. we will have clear skies from the coast around the bay and inland and partly cloudy at the coast. another beautiful one. we have a system moving through the pacific northwest. some having a huge impact on us bringing back the on shore breeze. again it is helping us to become a little cooler this morning. no rain to speak of. that north flow and then if you look closely just inside the bay it is a bit on shore. temperatures right now 60 degrees in oakland. 59 in hayward and walnut creek. san francisco 52 to the north bay 53. the inner east bay is 54. as well as their start up on the 40s this morning and the rebound will be on with a look at the peninsula. 52 at menlo park. for hayward today and oakland and san leandro and our small communities there will be a
beautiful one. your forecast resembles this one right about 70 degrees. then the low 70s for the rest of the day until we will call it the upper 60s in the forecast and still gorgeous if you will be thinking about getting out. it'll be nice out there with the sunset just about 8:00 this evening. yes the daylight hours will be longer. 81 in petaluma as we go to the east bay the low 70s in richmond and berkeley. low 80s expected for walnut creek. south bay locations, upper 70s in san jose. beautiful 76 for santa cruz. 79 woodside. 70 san bruno. gorgeous in the city today. 71 the afternoon high. it will be 70 degrees as the giants begin to play at 1:00 if you are headed there with a look at your extended forecast. warming it up.
upper 70s expected around the bay if you don't have that like me or me. the low 70s in the bay area. >> a good word this week. >> yes. it's beautiful, thanks. >> 8:19 is your time. volunteers pitching in to work on an elementary school this weekend and they said about 200 people showed up at the boys and girls club of east palo alto yesterday morning and they were ready for a day filled with fix it projects. >> well, we are building a playground and a new classroom that's outdoors, planting trees. in the final day it will be transformed on monday when they come back. >> volunteers also put together packages for the students and books and note pads. no surprise. managers said with the recent acquisition of mountainview and their lincoln community they
could expect to see more employees and all their efforts. >> all right, the best bang for the buck when it comes to college education. we'll tell you how the local schools would score when compared to all the other colleges in the country. >> i know where that place is. up next, three tornadoes sweeping through texas. the damage left behind after five people were killed. dozens more injured. stay right there. what made two guys build race car engines in their own shop?
and that hit the east bay last night. just before 6:30 in the evening. that's where it was first centered. the emergency dispatchers, we checked with them and no one was called, they were fine with it. eight people died when they crashed into the hillside yesterday, taking off from the airport yesterday near havana. and the plane had been flying for less than an hour when they slammed into the hill. they blocked the road that led to the crash site. and the last major plane crash in cuba was back in 2010 when a caribbean flight went down in flames killing all 68 people on board. time now 8:23. authorities say now at least four people were killed in tornadoes that hit several small towns east of dallas.
they originally said five people were killed, but they still say the number could go up in the days ahead. the tornadoes were touching down last night in canton, texas. several buildings were damaged or destroyed. you can see in the aftermath here 56 people had to be taken to the hospitals including two that are in critical condition. >> and once we could get into these areas for search and rescue and recovering right now that number may go up. hopefully it doesn't. but we have a number of fatalities as of right now. >> authorities say of the 56 people taken to the hospital, six remain hospitalized this morning. the governor of missouri issued a state of emergency and urging residents to stay safe and away from rising floodwaters this week. dozens others had to be rescued from the flooding. reporting nearly 100 evacuations. the southwestern part of the state was hit the hardest. severe thunderstorms are expected to last into tonight.
police in l.a. are still looking for a carjacker who went on a deadly shooting spree yesterday. it started with a man forcing a woman out of her suv in the community of pico rivera. she took off in the car and shot at three or more people in nearby suburbs. four victims taken to the hospital for treatment. no word on the arrival of those other victims. one bay area university says they are seeing an increasing number of students hungry. and even homeless. we'll talk about the most basic needs for education. businesses in san jose are getting ready for a may day protest tomorrow. organizers say tomorrow's strike could be the biggest in recent history. stay right there.
welcome back folks. a gorgeous shot of the bay bridge in san francisco. you got a little bit of fog on the bay. no big deal. it will be a beautiful day out there. good to have you back. i'm greg nelson on sunday. >> good morning i'm claudine wong. let's take a look at the weather. up in the middle of a little heat wave. >> and it will be a warm up day. >> yes. that heat will keep coming down. they are up just a little bit. a little bit stronger this morning as opposed to yesterday morning starting out just a
bit. although it will be with us temporarily with some blue skies over the east bay. and let's step outside. let's go to the east bay where we have temperatures warming already this morning. everybody is starting to see those numbers climb. 53 in santa rosa right now. 60 in oakland and livermore at 54 and san jose 57 degrees. we had a quake earlier this morning neither kaiser area where it was a 4.0. you can see they were reported at 3:12 this morning, a very shallow one this morning. you were not dreaming, it was there. it will be a gorgeous one. 70 degrees and a westerly breeze. in san francisco this afternoon, everybody seeing
pretty enjoyable weather. 69 degrees in pacifica. we will go 74 for oakland and the inner east bay of concord. 81 napa. 84 in the the afternoon high for santa rosa. these numbers are very similar to yesterday. i barely budged a few. we will get into a heat up for temperatures that will reach 90 degrees at some point. a look at your extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. a man facing charges in a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured a 21-year-old woman. it happens in the shopping center of san bruno. the woman was riding a scooter when the 64-year-old's car struck her. the woman was hospitalized now and details about her condition and her identity have not been released by authorities. san bruno police said she was located shortly after the crash. >> the driver suspected of hitting and killing a bicyclist this morning after he took off from
an accident dragging the victims with the truck. chp says they were in his four suv on highway 1. south of half moon bay when he hit the man yesterday morning. and the 44-year-old bicyclist was out on the scene. both of them were gone when they arrived, but the trail of debris led them to a nearby home where they arrested gongora. the bike is lodged underneath the truck and the crash still underneath. the highway patrol investigating the the vehicle crash in the east bay happening shortly at 3:30 in the afternoon on interstate 580 near the road. they got a 911 call from a witness who said they saw that suv spin out and they would go down an embankment. they say one person died. alameda police are continuing their imvest grace on saturday morning offshore of
a lagoon. responding on saturday morning, locating the man behind the condo on broadway. and alameda police say the deaths look sus is pishes, but still unsure of the cause located on the body. a swimming trip turned deadly after a couple slipped on a stream and a creek. they were swimming in the creek near clover dale and geyserville. the man was able to get out of the water. the helicopter found the woman's body half a mile away. the neighboring of the victim are not being released. and the water district is set to begin work along their water ways in a mood to prevent more flooding back in february and days of rain and culminating in the flooding. you won't forget that. one of the problems is all the
brush that had grown into their creek bed to cause the water to rise faster than expected. several surrounding neighborhoods were inundated with floodwaters. they have submitted a plan to state and federal regulators. they would like to remove debris and resolution to lead to more flooding. >> reporter: you can imagine after five years there's a lot of dead vegetation and trees and other organic materials in the creek that have been moved around by the big winter storms and the big debris jams, things like that, which they will be trying to locate and remove. >> reporter: that is set to begin in june and continue until the middle of october before the rain comes back. several businesses in san jose are planning to shut their doors tomorrow. all part of their protest to fight for workers rights. organizers will expect it this one to be one of the biggest strikes in years. ktvu azenith smith shows us
what to expect. >> reporter: for the first time in 25 years, they will be closed on may 1 to take part of their may day strike. >> reporter: they will be happy to participate this year and in our community. among several businesses in san jose. it's a customer and they support the businesses and the closure. >> it will be pretty good. they are hoping the community, we like to work. they honor the contribution of international workers, anticipating a different kind of may day. >> whether you are fighting for immigration rights or educational rights they are all the same rights and we're fighting it. the same administration that is taking away all of our rights. >> reporter: this year's three- mile planned route starts at
mexican heritage plaza down east santa clara street ending neither sap center. organizers are expecting it to be the biggest march when an estimated 100,000 people took to the streets. jeremy barusa with the immigrant rights network says the march is for immigration reform and against a border wall and muslim ban. >> we will rise up. we are resisting. >> reporter: shawn is a part of the may day coalition. the protest is also about workers losing healthcare and jobs. when asked about drivers and inconvenessed by a march -- incon -- inconvenienced by the march, they could use it that thousands of people feel throughout the country every single day. >> reporter: azenith smith ktvu fox 2 news. >> there will also be a may day rally and march in san francisco tomorrow. organizers announced the details on the steps of city
hall last week and that will start at justin herman plaza at 11:00 a.m. and followed bay march to civic center. officials at cal state say they are serving more and more students going hungry and some who are homeless. the university of the program called hope, which stands for helping our pioneers excel. it will help students with their basic needs like school and housing, opening up a pantry six months ago. and today 100 students get food from the pantry. they also offer free hot meals and fresh produce using the students i.d. card. and there were times when i wouldn't eat for a day or two and i wasn't even thinking about it. i was over here focusing on where we would stay. >> the students nothing the university cares this much and the need has grown. >> other financial steps students could get once a week and plus access to hot meals in the dining hall with no criteria. students only need to ask for help and this program is funded by donation. this weekend people in l.a. are reflecting on the 25th
anniversary of the los angeles riots. ceremonies, rallies, they would be helped throughout the day to mark the anniversary. the candlelight vigil was held last night at the sites of the riots, sparked by four white police officers and the video tape beating of rodney king. the mayor says a lot has changed between the lapd and the community since then. >> these are much more reflected and the response of lapd than 25 years ago. a critical relationship. >> 25 years later. a lot of work has been done. and to make life better in this part of the los angeles and beyond. and there will be a lot of evidence it will affect and a lot of unfinished businesses. >> more than 50 people were killed than those la riots. more than 2,000 others were injured, eluding the tires costing over a billion dollars in property damage. happening today is the 27th
annual dream machine show in half moon bay. >> it's got a little bit of everything, i think. planes, cars, motorbikes from this -- in this century and the last. what do you have for us allie rasmus? >> reporter: all kinds of driving and working machines on display here at the 27th pacific coast dream machine show. we've been seeing some of the antique cars and the classic cars making their way on to the ground where they will be parked. one of the organizers would call this a living museum. they've got vehicles from all eras, the model t. eras, even the vintage police car display area along with some airplanes and some old fashion construction equipment like this contraption you see here. he is one of the volunteers with the group called roots of motor power, non-profit
volunteers. you would restore some of the antique machines we see here. >> it is 1921 kelly springfield steamroller. >> reporter: this is what they would use to pound that back in the 1920s? >> yeah. >> reporter: what condition was it in when you got it? >> it was in rough shape and all rusted out. i'm not sure if it was from scrapyards or not, but it was in real rough shape. they would rebuild it, the boilers, paint it all nice and pretty. >> why do you think it is important to see things like this a piece of history? a lot of the machines will sit there, it will be a whole other level when you can see it and
watch it down the tracks, whatever. >> and you actually started up the machines to show people how it would work? >> yeah, pretty soon. and they will be running up and down the road here. >> reporter: thank you so much. the volunteer with roots of the mode of power and one of the many groups that said they would spend a lot of time fixing up some of these antique machines or the steam roller back when they used to make roads and cruising steam powered machines. they've got a lot of things going on from 10:00 to 4:00 at this event. $15 for teens and 10 and under are free. all the money raised will go to the help center and they offer care for seniors from santa cruz all the way up to san francisco. so the money raised will be back to you. >> it looks great out there, alley. >> perfect conditions out here,
yes, that is our request with a beautiful start to the day and mostly sunny days. the temperatures are warming up. >> reporter: students are getting a new look at six of their ten campuses on the list of the best valued school in the week. the top two and also the top 25. they were named the 7th best
value in the country. >> the top 100 schools according to the annual ranking will tip san jose ranking third. and the university academy in san jose was 72nd. oakland charter high at 91. the rankings are based on their preparation. >> all right. that will be a plus. be true. you'll have a great week. it will be another beautiful one and a nice one to warm up and eventually it will be a bit hot. and you can see the dew points
are up just some. the temperatures started off cooler, beginning to warm with temperatures back into the 50s and the 60s. and yesterday morning a bit of an offshore breeze as they warmed up quite quickly as we got into today. fairfield reporting a north breeze. , just a light breeze out there as you can see the flow is north at this time. here is a look @ the temperature. the inner east bay of livermore. the other direction we have 52 in san francisco. and your 24-hour temperature change is showing you just how much cooler we are this morning and it is noticeable.
sfo and napa and san carlos rid of city areas down by seven and five and san jose and even livermore if you were out yesterday morning and again this morning you should notice the difference. the change there. a look at what to expect with a lot of lower 80s expected for today and how we will roll it out. mid-70s in the forecast. i'll have the sun block and some water, the lower 80s. we'll hold steady there throughout the entire afternoon. we are still into the 70s. so it will be beautiful out there. sun will set at 8:00 tonight. here is a look at the extended north bay. 81 for petaluma today. closer to the water 71 degrees. upper 60s. east bay shoreline 74 in san leandro. the low 80s for the the inland cities. south bay location 80 degrees for saratoga. and mostly sunny at 76 in santa
cruz. 78 redwood city and 70 degrees expected for san bruno. you're looking at 71. the afternoon high your extended forecast, temperatures will climb as we get back to work on monday, tuesday, and wednesday. 70s to low 80s around the bay and low 70s at the coast. if you have days off. >> good for you. >> yeah. >> and it will feel pretty warm too. that's when you wonder if it will cool off at night. >> yes, once we get into the upper 90s, you'll notice the change in the morning hours. >> maybe a few acs this week. >> just a couple. creeping back to life. >> thank you so much. >> well a hacker is claiming to have released new episodes of their netflix series orange is the new black. they called the dark overlord announced a release on twitter and post add link where you could illegally download the episodes. the hacker had been demanding
the ransom from the streaming service. apparent lynette flicks refused to -- apparently netflix refused to pay up. the santa clara county sheriff is hoping to offer a purpose to her new deputies and new recruits. >> it's a big perk. she wants to offer 24-hour childcare. ktvu ann rubin tells us it would benefit working parents especially those on the graveyard shift. >> reporter: deputies at the santa clara sheriff's office understand this is no 9:00 to 5:00 job. with long and irregularity hours, finding childcare can be a challenge. just ask deputy deser who sees it with not just her own family, but newcomers she's it in charge of recruiting. >> it is stressful. it adds some concern to the job. it is something you'll need to take into account. >> reporter: chef rory smith would like to change that at a budget meeting today she outlined her vision to offer
deputies 24-hour on-site childcare. >> trying to find childcare overnight, you'll work nights for several years. and we spoke to the meeting to agree. >> many local companies provide or subsidize childcare in order to attract and maintain top- tier employees. i would think we would like to uphold the standard as well. >> reporter: in had this case they want a non-profit group to lead the daycare where there is 24-hour security. the budget proposal calls for $200,000 to prepare the site and $500,000 annually to run the program. >> i am so excited about it. i really want to do it. i think it will be a huge benefit, but we could do it at a reduced cost and make sure kids are safe. that is even more valuable to us throughout the streets. >> reporter: if successful, the program could expand to other
county employees like nurses. deputy desura would love to see that happen. >> if you have that daycare provider right there, that would enable you to kind of take a little bit of stress off your job and take a little stress off your family and think about what you're doing for your job. it will be great. >> reporter: the budget is being drafted now and goes for a final vote in june. the sheriff says she would like to see the childcare program up and running within six months. in san jose ann rubin ktvu fox 2 news. well a deadly series of storms rocking the midwest today. we will take a look at the damage in texas and missouri and we'll tell you where the storms are now headed. >> over a thousand prom dresses. the generosity of one woman help hundreds of girls find a dress to the prom coming up. ♪
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students received prom dresses thanks to dress by west. it was held by the wife of david west, the golden state warriors player. the only way to get a dress is if they attend an oakland high school. >> they are dresses they wouldn't be able to afford. i've received a lot of thank yous. there have been pictures taken when they look like real life princess. >> and this is their 13th year to hold their prom dress giveaway. of course it is her first year holding it in oakland. the giants kind of have a tough april. another loss as they fall into the nl basement last month. they were if many town at at&t and a little bit of hope. the the single up the middle to let two runs come home. for a moment there the giants were up 3-1. but then it all went south. padres scored eight. a crazy eight capped bay three-
run homer from will myers. it was 12-4. giants lost 16 out of the first 25 games. they need to get it together. hey, much better news on the a's front. they busted through a five-game losing skid. they beat the astros with the long ball, which has been their trademark this year. both from the scoreless side of the 5th inning. ted lowrie the former astro and -- and now an oakland a. they got more. barking out his 10th home run to make it a 2-0 oakland game. sean doolittle got roughed up with a solo home run. no worries, they only gave up a run with a nice double play here to tie it up and win it as the a's take it by a score of 2- 1. boy did they need it. what a motley bunch of guys. my cal buds and hurley brothers at berkeley all playing at the golf course yesterday raising
money for scholarships for middle eastern student who is will be following the footsteps of the fellow fraternity brother chris stevens, the former ambassador of libya lost his life and he was one of our fraternity brothers. you see the guys here with the look alike shirts. they are current students. they were great. they came up and played with a bunch of old guys. they raised a lot of money for the scholarships. >> oh my god. >> i think i had the 60 on it. and it got a lot of sunshine. >> a good day to play golf. >> 8:56 on the clock. new details involving an officer-involved shooting during friday's evening commute. we'll talk about the event that led up to the chp officer's shooting and killing of a man on 101 in san mateo. we are not going to let the other countries take advantage of us anymore. because from now on it's going to be america first. >> the president reaffirming his position putting america first.
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>> that makes me want to crank up the music. >> jump in a convertible and head down to san jose. >> head down to san jose. >> there we are. >> looking at the airport. way over there. all right. welcome to mornings on 2. >> we're going to be here all day. >> here is your tour of the south bay. it is sunday, april 30th. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. good to have you on board. a gorgeous day on tap. rosemary will talk about that a moment. some of the headlines making news. making america great again. it has been his slogan since he started cam papering for the president -- campaigning for the presidency. is the last day of april and may is set to be a great month for movie releases.
it starts this week with guardians of the galaxy, volume 2. can you sigh baby groove. >> but there's more than just big budget marvel films hitting the big screen. we will give you a preview of the films that you can expect to see next weekend. spending dinner with the man who created facebook. that's what happened to one family in ohio. >> mark zuckerberg shows up to their house for a meal. a meal that included disposable plates. in his quest to visit every state in america. >> hey, mark. come on in. did you bring us good food? a good bot of wine. >> will you be my facebook friend. >> we go from mark to rosemary on this gorgeous day. >> perfect day to have friends over for grilling. if you enjoyed yesterday, you will enjoy today. not a lot of change going on.
we had minor changes this. month. patchy fog and temperatures a bit cooler. for the afternoon, we are going to roll back into -- or up into the 70s and 80s once again. 62 santa rosa. 5 # right now in san francisco. low 60s oakland. 59 livermore. and 62 san jose. the sun comes up and folks on the go. hopefully you have someplace fun that you will be heading to or going to for today. here is a look at the 24-hour temperature change. you can see the numbers are way down. notably for the shoreline, napa, sfo. we had an off shore breeze yesterday morning. not the case for today. in any event, we will have another gorgeous one. 70 degrees for the game today at at&t park. mostly clear skies at game time. and for the afternoon, low 70s in the forecast for san francisco. 78 for redwood city today. south bay locations, 79.
san jose,80. low 80s for the inner east bay. beautiful day for a hike or wine tasting. low 80s expected in seat rosa. temperatures will continue to climb. our inland cities will reach 90 degrees, at least for some of us as we get into the business week. i will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. a 23-month-old boy was hit and killed by a car in a parking lot while his parents were shopping nearby. it was on dakota road. police say before the parents realized what was happening, the boy had already been hit and later died at the hospital. police say the driver stopped and did cooperate with the investigation. we're learning more about friday night's deadly officer- involved shooting on highway 101 in san mateo. it started around 5:30 during rush traffic. police originally got a call for a traffic crash. when the officers arrived, they found an armed man who had been
driving one of the cars involved in the crash trying to carjack a 55-year-old woman. officers told the man to drop the weapon but he didn't. >> officers took extreme measures to issue commands to drop that firearm, to attempt to deescalate and negotiate with the suspect. obviously those attempts were unsuccessful. and an officer-involved shooting ensued with the three chp officers who were there at the scene and the suspect was fatally wounded. fatally wounded. >> police tell us that part of their investigation will focus on whether or not the crash was planned as part of the carjacking itself. police don't know if there is a relationship between the two people. the man's name has not been released. demonstrators in cities across the country took to the streets yesterday to bring awareness to climate change. the people's climate march was in the country's capital. protesters are upset about the roll back of environmental
protection and gas regulations. but the president says the moves will create jobs and generate billions of dollars. here in the bay area, 2,000 people turned out for the people's climate movement bay area. we spoke to lawmakers, advocates and regular folk who's are all hoping to make a change. >> reporter: the day-long people's climate movement in oakland culminated with scores of people marching around lake merritt. >> we need to show this is not a problem in the distant future. it is happening now. we have to act now. >> reporter: but hours before that, the grassy area at the west end of the lake was a sea of climate supporters and activists, united in the goal to heal the environment. >> it makes the playing look small. >> reporter: representatives from more than 75 groups gathered to exchange ideas and search for solutions to
numerous problems, including climate change, economic justice and racial equality. >> i don't know that any one action is going to make a big difference. but this many people together does. >> reporter: with all of the talk of signing ills most everyone here agrees the biggest problem sits 2500 miles to the east in washington. there's a lot of anger directed at president trump and his policies. >> it is 100 days of chaos, corruption and dysfunction. they tried each and every day to roll back the progress that we witnessed under president obama, especially as it relates to climate change. >> reporter: some hearsay the only way to create lasting change is to start at the top in our nation's capitol. >> really, really sad that he is such a place of power. >> reporter: march participants promised this one day to resist and rebuild will be a building block for continued action.
>> i'm hoping that people will become more educated and sensitive and more brave about what is really going on in america. >> reporter: at lake merritt in oakland, i'm jessie gary, ktvu fox 2 news. the summer spare the air campaign kicking off tomorrow as temperatures around the bay heat up in a big way. bay area air quality management district is reminding people that traffic is the largest source of smog greenhouse gases locally. the district says taking more cars off the road will improve air quality and limit the number of spare the air days that are called. during the summer, spare the air alerts are called when ozone levels are expected to reach unhealthy levels. limit your activities outside whether there is a summer alert. there were 26 alerts just last year. if you've ever fallen in love with a quality car or boat, you may want to head to
the bay. >> the show gets started in less than an hour. allie rasmus has a preview of some of the best machines in the last year. it is one of those events that you think what can i show you because there are so many options. >> reporter: yes. very visual and interesting. it is like a living museum. but as one viewer pointed out in the last report, unlike museums, you actually see the cars start and hear the engines and you can smell all of the smells out here. it is really interesting. last time we showed you the antique construction equipment that they had going back to the 1920s and earlier. this section now are some of the classic cars, '68 camaro being polished right over there. cars in great condition this morning. but the area that kind of caught my eye was this corner, this little section of the display area here. you have an electric car, one of the first electric cars,
three-wheel electric car. next to this 1904 motorized carriage basically. like a hoarless carriage. one of the first vehicles to be out on the road. over here when i first saw it, i thought is this car or power wheels. this has to be one of the first compact cars. this is your '69fiat. >> yes. >> did you restore it yourself. >> a guy imported it from new zealand. and i found it on ebay. and it's a fiat so it requires constant work. >> but i think what a lot of people come to this event for is to see kind of unusual eclectic vehicles like this. >> yes. and it is. when we drive it, it makes everybody smile. at stoplights, people on the sidewalk, people cheer. >> reporter: it is so unusual. it looks like it is the perfect size for your kids. how much does this thing weigh,
by the way? do you know? >> probably 2,000 pounds. >> reporter: okay. very compact. very unusual. thank you, matthew. so the kind of stuff that they have going on display here, 12,000 -- excuse me, 1200 classic cars. they have classic motorcycles, vintage police cars. in our next report, we will be heading over to the area where they have world war ii era planes and vintage aircraft. so a lot going on here. it goes on from 10:00 to 4:00 this afternoon at the half moon bay airport. back to you guys. >> it is like a walk back in time, allie. what i love is how passionate each person is about their individual -- about their fiat that requires a lot of work or the vintage planes that requires upkeep. >> i forgot to mention, he is actually selling his. it sounds like he is tired of working on the fiat. he was passionate about it for more than 20 years. >> maybe the clock runs out. thanks, allie. we will check back with you in
killed in owns that hit several small towns east of dallas. they originally said five people were killed but the number could still go up in the days ahead. the tornadoes touching down last night in canton, texas. several buildings devoid or were completely demolished. authorities say 56 people were taken to the hospital, including two that are still in critical condition. >> once we get into the areas we will start deploying search and rescue and emergency right now. hopefully the number doesn't go up. but we know we have a number of fatalities as of right now. authorities tell us that 56 people were taken to the hospital. six are still hospitalized this morning. the governor of missouri has issued a state of emergency and is urging residents to stay safe and stay away from rising flood waters today. at least one person was killed. dozens had to be rescued over the weekend because of the flooding. the governor's office is reporting nearly 100 evacuations. the southwestern part of the state was hit the hardest. severe thunderstorms are
expected to last into tonight. we sit in this 80 degree weather and they are hurting back east, aren't they, in the midwest. >> you're right. the severe storms will continue. in fact we will take a look at that in a moment. outside of our doors it is very calm. let's go to the east half of the u.s. where the storms continue to rumble through. take a look at this. fairly widespread. in the south is where we're seeing that enhancement as we speak. we will get in a little closer and you can see right across new orleans, louisiana, stretching across the entire state of mississippi and farther to the north, severe thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes going through there as we speak. as we move into the midwest, we're expecting some severe weather here as well. but definitely over the south for today. and this is going to continue to push east with some of the severe weather expected object the east -- on the east coast before it finally moves out. let's look at what is going on at home. a different story. we have a weak system moving
through the pacific northwest, bringing showers to washington and/or or. for us, we remain under the pleasant pattern with temperatures back into the 70s and 80s for the afternoon. temperatures right now 53 in san francisco. low 60s in oakland. 62 in walnut creek. to the north bay, 62 santa rosa. in the south bay locations, 62 for you san jose. started out a little cooler this morning. but temperatures, again, are rebounding. we have temperatures back into the low 80s today for areas around novato. 79 the for kentfield. beautiful day along the water. tiburon, low 70s expected for the afternoon. alameda, 71 in your neighborhood. 74 san leandro. going to be inland, maybe going for a hike out towards mount diablo. it will be sunny and warm. bring the water. low 80s in the forecast. maybe shopping in walnut creek. maybe outdoor dining. 83 expected there. 80 in los gatos. santa cruz, the board walk at
the beach, 70s in the forecast. upper 60s daly city. 71 in city of san francisco. always a lot going on in san francisco. it will be gorgeous there. low 70s for the forecast for the giants game this afternoon. here is a look at the extended forecast. we are going to warm it up. it will be toasty four the inland communities. monday, tuesday, wednesday, perhaps the hottest temperatures so far this season, maybe even the year with temperatures nearing 90 on wednesday. that's where we peak. 80s around the bay. then we cool it back down going into thursday. back to you. >> thank you, rosemary. if you don't like the heat, go see a movie. may is seth up to be one of the most exciting months for movie releases. the fun starts this week. joining us from the theater is derrick to break down what is new in the theaters in the month of may and he brought by a little guy as well. >> he can actually sing and dance. >> can he really. >> yeah. do you want to spark him up a little. >> there we go.
all right. that's some guardians of the galaxy 2. >> yes. >> it comes out this friday. >> okay. >> it was a huge hit in 2014. actually the highest grossing superhero film that year. >> we have a clip. let's look at it and get your reaction. >> you know, they told me you people were conceited but that isn't true as all. >> dude. >> well, there you go. so popular and everyone loves baby groot. he got lost in the first film. >> yes. but -- >> do you expect a ton of people. >> a ton of people. what made the movie so special was the special effects, the soundtrack. the soundtrack was absolutely amazing. this is the second mix which will be going out and trying to find out who peter's parents really are. >> when does it hit theaters. >> friday. nationwide. >> movie number two, we all
know the books. diary of a wimpy. let's take a look at this clip and get your reaction out of that. >> he is the wimpy kid. >> if there's one thing that i have learned being a kid, you have zero control over your life. >> who is excited about the great road trip? >> well, this looks like good fun. however -- >> fun for the kids. >> an entirely new cast from the first movie. >> yes. the kids are now 19 and 20 years old. >> that's true. >> they can't play 12-year- olds. and actually jason plays greg this time and his mother is alecia silverstone. >> we love her. >> let's go to movie number three. an independent film. it is kind of entry. it is called three generations. you have a grandmother who is a
lesbian. a granddaughter who is about to make the change as a transgender and the mom in the middle trying to navigate it all. here is a clip. and we will get your reaction again. >> the hardest part of my day is knowing that everybody still sees me as a girl. >> why can't you just be a lesbian. >> she is not a lesbian, mom. she is a boy. >> some familiar faces in there as well. >> naomi watts and susan sarandon. this movie was shot in 2015. played at the toronto film festival. it sometimes a while for independent films to make it to the mainstream. now it is come out. it comes out in l.a. and new york. >> okay. >> this week on the 5th. >> okay. >> and it will be up here in the bay area soon. >> i know the theater has a special guest coming in in the month of may. >> yeah. jimmy j jaywalker.
>> dynamite. >> it will be a fantastic night. >> you have free movies each month as well, right. >> yes. it is always the second thursday of each month. this month it is bonnie and clyde. >> rebel without a cause was your last one. >> yeah. it was packed. sold out. >> doing great business. >> we do all kind of different things. actually on may 20th at the rim, we have illusionist timothy james doing magic for the kids. it will be fun. all kinds of fun stuff. >> and business is good. >> business is good. >> ask there's a little wine bar next to the theater. >> yes. they actually have, you know, open. >> reporter: cs open-- open mics on sundays. >> i grew up in orinda.
i poked my head into the theater and it looks fabulous. >> thank you. >> great to have you in. >> all the best. thank you, derrick. the best thing for a buck when it comes to college education. how two schools scored compared to all other colleges in the country. we have been trying to pass this for years and defund cities if they participate in the sanctuary city program. >> some are looking to defend sanctuary cities and others are trying to defund them. the fight that would withhold money for sanctuary cities when mornings on 2 continues. stay right there.
humorous and sarcastic remarks about politics. this year it was focused on the first amendment. carl bernstein was the car of the night. the duo who talked about persistence and how they pursued the watergate scandal story that led to the resignation of nixon more than 40 years ago. they put the events of that time into perspective for today's journalists. >> like politicians and presidents, sometimes perhaps too frequently we make mistakes and go too far. when that happens, we should own up to it. but the effort today to get this best obtainable version of the truth is largely made in good faith. mr. president, the media is not fake news. [applause]
>> and for the first time in 37 years, the sitting president was not at the correspondence dinner. so mr. trump didn't directly hear any of the comments. the breeze 120 mild away at a campaign style rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania. he said he will soon make a big decision on the paris climate agreement. >> our government rushed to join international agreements where the united states pays the costs and bares the burdens while other countries get the benefit and pay nothing. this includes deals like the one-sided paris climate accord. where the united states pays billions of dollars while china, russia, and india have contributed and will contribute
nothing. >> the paris accord includes nearly every country in the world. they have all that agreed to cut carbon levels in the next decade. president trump suggested in the past that the united states may pull out of the deal if it can't be renegotiated. white house says expect a final decision before the g7 summit by the end of may. yesterday president trump talked with the philippines president on the phone and invited him to the white house. the filipino president made international headlines following comments after -- on obama after president obama criticized him for the drug war. since taking office, he has encouraging the killings of thousands of people who deal or use drugs. he has called president trump a pragmatic thinker. there is no date picked for the meeting. the debate over sanctuary cities continues on a state and local level. the bill mandates possible jail
time for law enforcement officials who refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. it also withholds funding from local governments for acting as sanctuary cities. it allows local authorities to ask about immigration status during traffic stops. the governor of texas has promised to sign it into law this week. it would go into effect in september. what bay area university is seeing an increase in hungry and homeless students. the move to make sure that the students have the basics while still getting education. businesses in san jose are preparing for may day protests. tomorrow's strike could be the biggest in years.
♪[music] ♪your love keeping on lifting me ♪ ♪ higher and higher ♪ ♪ >> spinning the satellite grown and landing in the middle of new york harbor there. lady liberty in all her glory. our weather is better than new york today. >> it is. >> i've never been on the island itself but i have been to manhattan. >> i have been here. stunning. it is one of those sites that you should see if you have the chance. so much to it. welcome back to mornings on 2. >> yeah. hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. good to have you with us for another half hour ride here.
>> and i'm claudine wong. let's get a quick look at your weather. we saw the gray skies on the east coast. it is blue skies on the west. >> yes. here at home, wow, we cannot complain. it is a pretty one out there. i know we have allergy surfers suffer ers who have something to complain about. we do have a bit of fog out there. a little bit of haze. dew points up a little bit. yesterday morning we had an off shore breeze. and because of it, we actually started out cooler. there is a look at sfo. 62 right now in san francisco. 62 san francisco. low 60s in oakland. upper 50s, low 60s for most at this time. here is your 24-hour temperature change. you can see notably cooler at this hour than where we started out saturday. down by five in san jose. down by 8 in oakland. down by 9 in napa. in the second part of the day,
temperatures will sore once again back into the upper 70s, low 80s from around the bay and inland. upper 60s and 70s expected for the coast. going into the 70s. it will be beautiful with mostly sunny skies. afternoon highs in the north bay, 84 for santa rose. 79 in san rafael. inner east bay, 73 for you in concord. closer to the water, 75. hayward, 74. beautiful in san francisco today with 71 the afternoon high. a nice day in pacifica. 79 in san jose. this isn't it. temperatures will continue to climb as we get into the business week. in fact, we are going to about 90 degrees at some point. i will have a look at the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. it is 9:32. a south san francisco man facing charges in a hit and run crash that seriously injured a 21-year-old woman. the crash happened near the shopping center in san bruno. police report the woman was riding a scooter at the time
when 64-year-old guerrero's car struck the woman. details about her identification and condition has not been released. guerrero was located shortly after the crash. a driver suspected of hitting and killing a cyclist is behind bars after he took off from the accident, dragging the victim's bike away with his truck. the chp says 29-year-old angel was in his ford suv south of half moon bay when he hit the man yesterday morning. the 44-year-old bicyclist died on the scene. both the truck and the bike were gone when police arrived. but a trail of debris led them to a nearby home where they arrested the man. the bike was reportedly still lodged underneath his truck. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. this morning, highway patrol investigating fatal single vehicle crash in the east bay. happened shortly before 3:30 on saturday afternoon in livermore on interstate 580 near greenville road. officers got a 911 call from a
witness who said they saw a silver suv spin out of control and go down an embankment. investigators say one person died but they are releasing no other details about the victim or the accident itself. alameda police are continuing an investigation into a body found saturday morning off shore of a lagoon. officials responding around 8:45 on saturday morning. located a man behind the lagoon condos there on broadway near la jolla drive. they are unsure of the cause. an id was found on the victim's body and police are working on notifying the family members. a swimming trip turned deadly after a couple slipped down a stream that leads to the russian river. they were swimming near the up toes of cloverdale and geyserville. both got swept downstream. the man was able to get out of the water and alert officials.
a helicopter later found the woman's body about half a mile away. the name of the victim and her friend are not being released until relatives are notified. santa clara water district will begin abatement work along water ways in a way to prevent more flooding. back in february, all of that rain and all of that runoff from the anderson reservoir culminated in the flooding of coyote creek. here is the aftermath of that. one of the big problems was all of the brush that had grown in the creek bed. it caused the water to rise faster than expected. several surrounding neighborhoods were inundated with flood waters some five feet deep. water officials have submitted a plan to state and federal regulators. they would like to remove all of the vegetation and debris that could lead to more flooding next winter. >> you can imagine after five years of drought, there is a lot of dead vegetation, trees and other organic material that was in the creeks. it has been uprooted and moved around by the big storms. big debris jambs and things like that that we will try to
locate and remove. >> the work is set to begin in mid-june and continue until the middle of october. already several stores on willow street have put up signs to let customers know they won't be open tomorrow because they're taking part in the may day strike. they say it is a way to show support for the rights of many grants and other groups feeling targeting. >> whether you're fighting for immigration rights or lgbt rights or educational rights, they're all the same rights and we're fighting against the same administration that is taking away all of our rights. >> this year's route starts at the mexican heritage plaza and heads down santa clara center and end near the sap center. in 2006, there were 100,000 people that marched. with the current political climate, this one could be even larger. there will be a may day rally and march in san
francisco tomorrow. it will start at justin herman plaza at 11:00 in the morning and followed by a march to civic center. 9:36 on the clock. happening today, the 27th annual pacific coast green machine show. it is just about to open at the half moon bay. >> what a day for it. a paradise for people who like cars and motorcycles as well as antique aircraft from years gone by. allie rasmus has been there this morning. she is about to take us up on a plane, i guess, right? >> reporter: not up on a plane. we're going to show you the planes that are here. but, you know, the thing that is different from coming to see some of these planes and antique machines in a museum is these are fully functioning airplanes. there are a lot of world war ii airplanes. in the background they have a coast guard plane that -- we actually saw it flying overhead
and it landed a short time ago. they have cold war era russian fighter jets as well. this is the 27th year for the dream machines event happening here at the half moon bay airport. and the event is so large that it takes up really the entire half moon bay airport. so earlier this morning, we were over on the other side of the airport where they had all of the classic cars and they have about 1200 of them that are going to be on display there. they've got some antique construction equipment as well. and we a short time ago took a golf cart over to the north end of the airport to show you what they have on display in terms of the airplanes. this event starts at 10:00 but there are already a lot of people out here getting a jump start on the day, looking at some of the flying, driving and working machines that they have on display out here. it goes from 10:00 until 4:00 at the half moon bay airport. admission is $25.
it is $15 for teens. and kids ten and under are free. along with all of the vehicles that they have on display, they're also going to have an actual air show and some people parachuting. they have events for kids out here as well. it is a real family oriented event out here. and the money raised from the admissions goes to the day health center. they provide care for senior citizens from santa cruz all the way to san francisco. so it is a one-day event that happens just once a year. but as one of the people attending and showing his car said to me earlier, he said i show my vehicles at all types of car events and car shows throughout the year but i always come to this one because you never know what you will find out here. it is an election tick mix -- he
ecclectic mix of vehicles. >> thank you so much, allie. we appreciate the preview. a great day out at the show. officials at cal state event bay say they are serving more and more student who's are going hungry and some who are homeless. >> hope stands for helping our pioneers excel. it helps students just with basic needs like food and housing. the school opened this food pantry six months ago. >> and today at least 100 students get food from that pantry. the school also offers free hot meals and fresh produce at the dining hall using student id cards. >> there were times that i wouldn't eat like a day or two and i wouldn't think about it because i was focusing on where i was going to stay. >> knowing that the university cares and the need has grown. >> financially strapped students can get a supply of food once a week and access to hot meals in the dining hall. there's no criteria. students only have to ask for help and they can get it.
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extended forecast coming un. a hacker is claiming to have released new episodes of netflix series orange is the new black. they announced the release on twitter, posting a link where they could illegally download the episodes. the hacker had been demanding a ransom from the streaming service but they refused to play up. new episodes are set to be released officially on june 9th. the santa clara county sheriff is hoping to offer a perk to deputies. >> she wants to offer 24-hour child care. it would benefit all working parents but mostly those who work in the graveyard shift. >> reporter: this is no 9:00 to 5:00 job. with long and often irregular hours, finding child care can be a challenge. she sees it not only with her family but the newcomers that
she is in charge of recruiting. >> it is stressful and adds concern to the job. it is something that you definitely have to take into account. >> reporter: sheriff lori smith would like to change that. at a budget meeting, she outlined the vision to offer 24- hour on-site child care. >> trying to find child care for an infant overnight. when you're new and start the department, you're going to work nights for many years. >> reporter: the sheriff thinks more people, especially women, would apply for law enforcement jobs if day care wasn't an issue. those who spoke at the meeting seem to agree. >> many local companies provide or subsidize child care in order to retain and attract top tier employees. we at the county would want to uphold this standard as well. >> reporter: the budget proposal calls for $200,000 to prepare the site and $500,000
annually to run the program. >> i'm so excited about it. i really want to do it. i think it will be a huge benefit. we can do it at a reduced cost and make sure that kids are safe. they will be more valuable to us on the streets. >> reporter: if successful, the program could expand to other county employees like nurses. the deputy would love to see that happen. >> if you have that day care provider right there, that would actually enable you to kind of take a little bit of stress off of your job and take a little bit of stress off your family and think about what you're doing for your job. it would be great. >> the budget is being drafted now and goes for a final vote in june. the sheriffs says she would like to see the child care program up and running within six months. in san jose, ann reuben, ktvu fox 2 news. no day care today. just open up the door and say enjoy. >> go outside. >> go outside. >> and play. >> it is gorgeous out. >> turn on the sprinklers for them and let them run around. >> water balloon fight.
>> that also sounds good. >> yeah. that works. >> so many options. >> it is amazing what $5 will do. water balloons, you're good for the day. >> absolutely. so much fun. a lot of wet but fun. outside at this hour, a little bit cool but not bad. i don't think you're going to need a jacket getting out later this morning and into the afternoon. a near repeat of what we had yesterday. back into the 70s and low 80s. barely, barely budged the numbers for the afternoon highs today from yesterday. here is a look across the bay and towards the rock. this given to me by brad in sausalito. thank you for that. frank mallicoat has a beautiful photo from the berkeley hills on twitter if you want to see it. i tried to load it all morning long and could never get it to load. low 60s in oakland and berkeley. 62 in hayward. into the south bay, san jose, 62 for you. along the peninsula, redwood city, 65. san francisco in the low 50s at this time. but, again, a nice day coming
for you, in the low 70s for your afternoon. 68 in napa and the inner east bay. 63 for pittsburgh and 64 in alamo. if you're just joining us, a cooler start out there. 5 to 10 degrees cooler. it has to do with the on-shore breeze coming back. that is joining us this morning. patchy fog to start the day. mostly sunny skies. for the afternoon, 82 sonoma. 79 san rafael. and 71 for sauce sausalito. 84 expected for antioch today. just gorgeous. i love this kind of weather. 79 san jose. 80 saratoga. beautiful along the beach and the board walk. santa cruz, 76 for the afternoon high. for the peninsula, 71 woodside. 71 in the city of san francisco. if you're seeing the giants play, beautiful day with mostly sunny skies. low 70s for the afternoon. 67 for pacifica. here is a look at your extended
forecast. as we get into monday, we begin to see a bigger warm-up. temperatures now in the low 70s for the coast. upper 70s for the bayside communities. upper 80s for inland cities. holding steady for tuesday and wednesday. that is when we expect our temperatures to peak. 90 degrees for the afternoon high. that is a warm day. >> it is. >> that is a warm day. >> look what came up. >> look how sweet you guys are. i couldn't get it to go. beautiful. >> is this a little blip and then we go back to cooler stuff or are we going to have to get used to this. it is still april, for a second. >> we will get into a cooler pattern thursday and friday and into the weekend. but, you know, we're getting closer to summer. >> my picture needs a little love there. we went right over there. >> it is a beautiful view. >> it is a beautiful view. >> there we go.
>> when you're up there on grizzly peak. >> i did not take this. doug, a dear friend and fraternity brother of mine went up early in the morning and took that photo. >> you need to get love for your picture. >> i stole it. i poached it. it is on twitter. >> we appreciate it. >> gorgeous shot. the university of california system dominating the forbes list of college offerings. the best value for what they cost. six of the ten uc campuses are on the best valued schools list. cal berkeley topping the list. second year in a row they have done that. ucla a close second. the uc schools in irvine, davis, san diego also in the top 25. stanford was named the 7th best value in the country. and four bay area high schools made it on to a list of top schools. according to u.s. news and world report it ranked 23rd.
lowell high school in san francisco was 59th. the preparatory university in san jose was 62nd. the rankings are based on the school's level of college preparations. dinner with one of the biggest names on the planet who hails from the silicon valley. the family who had a surprise visit from that guy on the right. mark zuckerberg breaking bread at the dinner table. we'll explain when we come back.
>> giants are having a pretty tough april. a bad start, another loss as they fall into the base not. the padres in town last night. a little bit of hope in the 5th. a single up the gutter. that sent a couple of giants home. they are up 3-1. things are looking good. it went south. padres scored 8 in the 6th. capped off by will myers at the plate. he sends it out of the park. that's a three-run jack. 12-4. they will try again today. much better news on the a's front. they busted through a five game losing squid. oakland broke a scoreless tie. the former astro says hello houston. solo shot. how about this guy, mr. april. davis, his tenth of the season.
doolittle gave up a solo home run to jose to make it a 2-1 game. they get a double play. that's your ball game. they finally break that losing skid with a 2-1 winner. it has been a week since the warriors have played. they are still waiting for the outcome of the series. yesterday a reporter asked steph curry if he watched the game? >> i watched every second of it. i love basketball. when you're watching a team that you might be playing next, it is a little more focused on the specifics of what they do and preparing in your mind, putting yourself in that position if you're defending whatever play, whatever person and trying to, you know, prepare that way. >> you can tell he loves basketball. the warriors are going to host either the clippers who they have owned this year or the
jazz. we are rooting for the clippers. facebook founder mark zuckerberg surprised a family by showing up for dinner. he posted a picture on facebook and thanked them for welcoming into their home on friday. they knew a mystery guest was come but didn't know it was zuckerberg until 20 minutes before he showed up. >> a newspaper says that he had asked to find democrats who voted for president trump. he wanted to see how they live and work and think about the future. >> interesting. >> it is interesting because -- >> grass rooting it, you know. i think that is really smart. work his way around the country. >> all right. >> that must have been an interesting conversation. grandma sitting over there. i'm not on facebook, but -- >> what is facebook, by the way. >> yeah. he probably got her an account. >> i would be thinking any other business endeavors.
>> i would like 1,000 shares of your stock, please. >> weather. >> let's get one last look. >> okay. let's do it. beautiful weather coming our way. we have sunshine. temperatures in the upper 60s. 70s at the coast. low 80s inland. the micro climates will become more apparent as we get into monday, tuesday, wednesday, when our inland cities reach into the upper 80s to low 90s. it will be warm. it will feel like summer all of a sudden especially. >> spring just -- see you later. >> upper 70s and low 80s around the bay much that's a nice day. if you get a chance to go to the coast, low 70s. it is going to be gorgeous. >> i'm off monday and tuesday. happen bee that. we heard that mark zuckerberg is doing a fundraising for the family because they do a lot of good work. another reason that he is taking care of those guys. >> that is interesting. >> all right. at 9:57 on the clock, we want to thank you for joining us this morning. of course our ktvu news team works throughout the day. we will keep you updated on the
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