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the 10:00 news on ktvu fox 2 starts now. a 49ers rookie linebacker arrested in the south bay. the domestic violence and gun charges police say he's now facing. san francisco 49ers linebacker reuben foster is facing serious charges. police say he was arrested today following a domestic violence incident and for possessing an assault rifle. >> the promising rookie for the 49ers was taken into custody today at a home and booked into the santa clara county jail. rob is live now with more on what we're learning on foster's arrest. >> good evening t all confirmed by -- good evening. it was all confirmed by the police, the suspected domestic violence and the possession of an assault rifle is concerning on many fronts. 9:30 this morning police
responded to the tome investigating a -- home investigating a possible disturbance. foster was taken into custody and posted a $75,000 bail this evening, and it's his second arrest within a month. >> reporter: the 49ers defensive standout was known on the field for hard hits, high football iq, and passion for the game, but his off the field decisions have grabbed headlines. 23-year-old foster was released tonight from the santa clara county jail and posted a $75,000 bail after being arrested sunday on charges of domestic violence and possession of an assault rifle at a home. the 49ers released this statement this afternoon, quote, the san francisco 49ers organization is aware of the report regarding reuben foster. we take matters of this nature seriously and are gathering all pertinent information. this is the second arrest for foster, who just last month was arrested for marijuana possession in tuscaloosa, alabama and put into the nfl's
drug treatment program. a 49ers beat writer jennifer chan spoke about the charges and his future with the team. >> i think they'll take some time. the 49ers pr said they'd investigate the situation. i don't think they'll make a rash decision with how much talent he has. unfortunately in the nfl that's the way it is. >> reporter: foster's talent is undeniable. in november he was the nfl's defensive rookie of the month, second on the team with 72 tackles. while at alabama, he won the butkiss award. he was kicked out of the nfl combine due to a diluted sample, but the 49ers took a chance. >> i would anticipate people, um, you know maybe questioning, um, his character, but i would tell you his character, what drew us to him when you start talking football with this
young man, he starts to light up the room. he's a good kid, i believe in the kid, and i, i think it's going to be a, i think he's be a great player for this organization for a long time. >> reporter: what happens now concerns the team. the nfl's burden of proof for domestic violence is much different from the courts. a first time violation could case a six-game suspension. >> it was just such a kind of just a huge celebration with the signing of jimmy g, and now it's this unfortunately and doesn't look good for foster. >> reporter: a corner back was cut just hours after his arrest on domestic violence, the 49ers may have little choice to cut ties with foster, putting the team in a difficult decision. >> with john lynch being a first time gm, i think he
definitely has to stand behind his word about how they wouldn't be tolerant of violence issues. ues. >> and according to the police report, the assault weapon was found in the home. in california, domestic violence and assault weapons charges can be a felony or misdemeanor. that decision will be made by the da's office. it remains to be seen how the ninners and nfl will move forward. >> we look forward to seeing the police reports spelling out exactly what took place. thank you rob. in san francisco, two pedestrians were injured by falling debris from a nearby construction site. officials say one of the pedestrians has life threatening injuries. here's the latest information. ation. >> reporter: hello, well just behind me, right behind me there was a construction site. this is 1188, it will become a new residential building, but
in what spd believes was an accident two people never saw coming, workers spent the day cleaning everything that could be picked up by a gust of wind. workers battle high winds, the very same issue that very well may have led to the tragic incident that took place at 2:30 sunday afternoon at the corner of 23rd street and san jose avenue in san francisco. francisco. angie, the owner of a neighboring nail salon described as best she could in english what she saw. she even shot this video with her cell phone, showing one of the victims, the woman in the white house, who spd confirmed suffered injuries to her lower back. but an older man suffered more serious injuries when a temporary fence and plastic traffic barricade crashed down on him. the man, whose blood still stained the road, suffered a traumatic brain injury and had surgery. >> everything coming down, but when i see that i come inside.
>> reporter: pamela described how she brought her own sidewalk sign indoors after the violently whipping winds caused the fence to sway. >> i park next to the fence and walk next to it. >> reporter: area resident sarah told us it never occurred to her that something like this could happen. >> the chain link fence is separating the road from the construction site and has been there for a long time. >> reporter: the fences appear to be secured to a nearby tree using rope, but at the time rope on the fence that injured the man looked frayed. >> i hope he's okay for sure. >> reporter: that fence is owned by js sullivan construction company. now it will be up to the city inspector to determine whether or not they did anything wrong or whether it was an unfortunate act of mother nature. >> thank you. >> thank you. naught 10:00 -- new at 10:00, an armed car jacking
suspect led police on a chase from oakland to antioch today before the suspect. was arrested. i ended when the suspect -- it ended when the suspect pulled into a driveway and then barricaded himself inside for over an hour. officers surrounded the vehicle and ordered the suspect to come out. >> it was definitely scary being in the house and hearing the dogs go crazy and seeing the swarm of cops and when they asked us to evacuate it was a nervous situation having to know that there was literally guns and people on roofs with guns ready to shoot. >> when the man refused to come out, officers sent in a canine and fired tear gas into the vehicle shattering the window and injuring the suspect. the 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of car jacking and taken to a hospital. his name and condition were not available tonight. in oakland, two people were found shot this morning in the city's rock ridge neighborhood in what appears to be a murder- suicide. officers responded to a gray
two-story home on keith avenue near college avenue around 10:15 this morning. someone called to report hearing gun fire, and when officers arrived they heard another gunshot from inside the house. after police went inside the home, they found two victims. a man in his 60s and a woman in her 70s. >> we noticed about 10:30- quarter to 11:00 a number of police cars were infiltrating the neighborhood, and there were about a dozen police cars up and down the street. >> oakland fire paramedics provided medical treatment, but both victims died at the scene. their names not being released at this time. police say they're investigating the incident as a murder-suicide and trying to determine what led up to the shooting. in washington, democrats on the house intelligence committee said they are prepared to black out parts of their memo about the fbi's russia investigation to comply with demands by the president. president trump last week
refused to release the memo saying it would expose sensitive information. earlier the president embraced the release of a gop version before even reading it that some thought would expose government secrets. top trump officials were on the talk shows this morning defending chief of staff john kelly after two staff members resigned this week over domestic violence allegations. >> reporter: they were saying chief of staff john kelly isn't going anywhere, and the president still wants him in the job. the white house budget director is one of the names floated as a possible replacement for kelly, here's what he said about that today. >> absolutely not, and i think all the stories about replacing general kelly are mostly fed by people who are unhappy they've lost access to the president under general kelly's leadership as chief of staff, so no i'm extraordinarily pleased with the job the chief is doing. the president is as well. i think talk about the chief's
departure is much ado about nothing. >> reporter: but others aren't so pleased with kelly's job as chief of staff, and say he should have known rob porter had allegations of domestic violence from two ex-wives in his past. st. >> from what i understand john kelly's story is that he did something in the first 40 minutes after the first 14 months of ignoring it. there's no way he didn't know about it, he's up to his neck in it, and he chose not to deal with it, and it's not competent. >> reporter: porter said the allegations were quote outrageous and simply false, but he resigned on wednesday hours after pictures were made public of one of his ex-wives with a black eye. a black eye she says was inflicted by him. white house officials say porter initially denied the accusations to the president and chief of staff kelly before the pictures came out. here's how one trump advisor said the president reacted to the picture. >> he's very disturbed by what
he says, and you can feel that somebody did a great job for you, you can talk about somebody's competence and work product and the person you worked with and knew, and that's what the president did friday in his statement, and still feel horrified when you see pictures and reports. >> reporter: president trump said on friday that he was quote surprised by this, and that porter did quote a very good job at the white house. he went on to say he hoped porter would have a quote wonderful career. at the white house, fox news. coming up, 71 people are dead after a plane crash in russia. we'll have the latest on the investigation into what might have caused the jet to go down. and fresh snow falls in the sierra. we look at the aqume accumulation totals. strong gusty winds, we let you know if they return in the
your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to eczemaexposed.com to learn more. a russian airliner carrying 65 passengers and 6 crew crashed near moscow today shortly after take off. there are no reports of survivors. in washington the white house press secretary said the u.s. is quote deeply saddened by the tragic deaths of those on board. the regional jet disappeared from radar a few minutes after departing from the airport on the way to a city about a thousand miles away in south russia. the pilot did not report any
problems before the aircraft plunged to the ground. one black box has been recovered along with some bodies, but so far no word about what brought the airline down. a proposal being discussed tomorrow has millions of dollars to fund a border wall, but some plan to block it in court. >> we'll begin immediate construction of a border wall. >> reporter: president trump's border wall is about to take a step closer to becoming reality. the budget director telling fox news sunday the trump administration will roll out a budget monday that includes funding for the long promised wall. >> we're assuming a daca deal is done and the border wall is funded. >> reporter: the plan will include $3 billion for the barrier and 25 billion if congress approves legislation to shield dreamers from deportation. ation. meanwhile, a ruling is expected this week challenging the
president's proposed wall on environmental grounds. >> it would run the entire three miles along this, this levee here. >> reporter: this scientist talking about the wall and the santa ana wild life refuge, the area at question in the lawsuit. >> will it end the whole debate on the fence of the wall? no, but it could be a significant victory for one side or the other. >> reporter: a federal judge is overseeing the case, and he and president trump have a history. president trump repeatedly criticized him in 2016 as lawsuits against trump university neared trial. >> now, he's hispanic i believe, and he is a very hostile june to me. >> reporter: opponents -- judge to me. >> reporter: opponents want the judge to rule the wall to go through environmental reviews that are standard. in los angeles will carr, fox news. things are getting back to
normal tonight after a neighborhood woke up to brown water coming out of the their faucets and a warning from city officials to only use the water if absolutely necessary. a sensor gave a false reading and pumped sediment from the bottom of the drinking water lines into households. residents were asked to not run the water to prevent more sediment from getting into the pipes. >> turned the faucet on and went that's the wrong color water. [ laughter ] >> it was, um, it was discolored, it had particles in it. at first i assumed it meant a plumbing job for me. >> i was going to wake up and make a cup of noodles, and my mom told me not to turn it on, it was brown, so i didn't get to eat anything. >> city officials said crews fixed the problem, but residents were asked to run the cold water for 5 to 10 minutes until the water runs clear. if it doesn't, call the vallejo water department. . big weather changes today here in the bay area.
here you can see it's dusty, and then some snow fall in squaw valley. cooler temperatures translated to a little snow. nothing too major there in the mountains, but still a welcome change. it hasn't looked like winter there over the past weeks. as far as significant snow, not in the forecast, and no significant rainfall in our forecast as well. winds the big story today. 54 miles per hour peak gusts earlier today. mount tam48 -- tam 48 miles per hour, and san jose 32 miles per hour. a temperature drop, especially comparing the numbers from friday right on through today, and you can see santa rosa on friday 82. they warmed up to only 60 degrees today. san francisco in the mid-50s, and 60s for livermore and san jose. so no records to report.
of course the first 10 days of february we had record heat for each and every day. not the case for today. 50s and 60s, san rafael 59. we started out the day with cloud cover. a lot of cloud cover. that's associated with that frontal system moving out to the south. in fact coming in closer now, you can see some of the snow showers kind of popping up across the sierra earlier this afternoon. there's not a lot in terms of radar coverage. some action toward the north coast, and tonight into early tomorrow morning even a slight chance of an isolated sprinkle here in the bay area, primarily near the coastline. you notice the cool down out there, and temperatures right now pretty chilly. in napa 48 degrees. san francisco 49, and san jose lower 50s. 51 degrees. showing you this, the wind speeds. winds around 7 to 13 miles per hour. the winds, they have been trending down in most cases here. sfo earlier this evening had a gust to over 30 miles per hour. right now westerly at 13 miles
per hour. . a live camera looking out toward the bay bridge toward san francisco bay. still breezy tonight, and still a bit of a breeze for tomorrow. tomorrow winds will be around 10 to 20 miles per hour, and chilly start to the morning in the 30s and 40s. we'll let you know if we have any rainfall in the five-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. new at 10:00, finals in the oakland unified school district's annual martin luther king jr. festival today took place today. >> 1960! police brutality in the black community was the source of mounting conflict! mounting conflict! >> the event show cases students' public speaking skills and teaching them how to be critical thinkers. students from pre-k to 12th grade at schools across oakland participate in categories including poetry, speech, and
drama. the theme is where do we go from here, coping the legacy -- continuing the legacy 50 years later. still to come, federal funding of the international space station now has an expiration date. up next the new plan announced by the trump administration to end support of the orbiting laboratory. and joe fonzi will be here with the highlights of today's final round at pebble beach. and more trouble ahead for disgraced movie producer harvey weinstein. the lawsuit filed by new york's attorney general over several sexual assault claims. ♪ harmonica tune plays
history of domestic abuse. the suspect was shot but survived. authorities warn the public to be aware that there are con artists out there trying to take advantage of this tragedy. >> we should be honoring these two officers right now. not elicitly trying to profit -- illicitly trying to profit off their deaths. >> police have officially charged the suspect with two countings of aggravate -- counts of aggravated murder. prosecutors will reportedly seek the death penalty in the case. three people that died and four critically injured in a fiery crash in the grand canyon were identified today as british nationals. the four survivors, including the pilot are in the hospital following the crash. crews have been tackling difficult terrain in a remote area trying to recover the victim's bodies. >> >. yesterday we were
hampered by severe weather conditions. he had gusts up to 50 miles per hour. the terrain where the crash occurred is extremely rugged. >> and there's no word tonight on what caused the crash. after a four month long investigation, new york state's attorney general has filed a civil rights lawsuit against movie producer harvey weinstein and his production company. ny. harvey weinstein has been the target of numerous allegations of sexual assault and m misconduct. the state attorney general filed the paperwork today saying the company broke new york law by not protecting employees from harassment and discrimination, and several key figures at the company were aware of the reported misconduct. police are trying to figure out how a man made it onto a runway at lax last night. a man was reported running on
the runway, possibly even jumping into a plane's wheel well. police tracked down the man and took him into custody. they also conducted a sweep of the area and searched the plane. one airplane aborted take off due to the incident and several others were delayed. they hope security video will tell them how he got on the runway. new at 10:00, the white house plans to stop funding the international space station. the trump administration says it will end direct federal support of the orbiting laboratory after the year 2024. the transition plan that could turn the station over to private sector is being developed. nasa says it will expand international and commercial partnerships over the next seven years to ensure continued human access to the space station as it operates in its low earth orbit. auto parts supplier takata reached a settlement with people effected by the
defective air bags, and now they can move forward to reorganize the company. the settlement was outlined in documents filed yesterday in a delaware bankruptcy court. the plan calls for the sale of most of the company's assets to a chinese-owned rival for more than $1.5 billion. starting tomorrow, the maker of the powerful painkiller oxycontin will stop promoting the drug to doctors to curb the opioid abuse epidemic. this comes as the drug maker is facing an onslaught of lawsuits saying they down played the addiction risks. oxycontin has been the highest selling narcotic for years. the company will eliminate half their sale staff this week. u.s. deaths linked to opioids are at least four times what they were in the year 2000. coming up, a generous act of kindness. how one stranger came to the rescue of an oakland mother and daughter after their wheelchair
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new at 10:00, clean up is underway after a freight train derailment. the bsn train went off the tracks just after secondary lead last night -- just after 11:00 last night. >> reporter: a sign that could have been pulled from a disaster movie. the aftermath of a 30-car freight train derailment on saturday night just outside of houston. >> it looks like armageddon in a way. >> last night around 11:25, we had a train that originated out
of barstowe, california headed to stockton when it derailed. >> reporter: over 12 hours later several cars still tipped and leaking. >> the ones really off, they've been working on them for awhile. >> reporter: leo lives across the street from where the train derailed. >> they told me there was no hazardous materials, that was the main thing. >> reporter: officials say the train was carrying structural beams and ash, a powder used to strengthen cement. >> they'll start clearing the cars so we can resume operation through the area, but before that we have to make any necessary repairs to the track and to the signal equipment. >> reporter: officials say no one was hurt in the train derailment, and none of the cars were carrying anything hazardous, but due to the damage to the cars and the track, they'll have road closures in place for quite
some time. >> we anticipate opening up santa fe road tomorrow, but hatch road will be closed most likely until thursday. >> reporter: amtrak is said to use one of the two rail lines that runs through this area, but they don't run on sundays, a fact people were thankful for. >> we're just lucky it wasn't a passenger train. sacramento high school's science fair project questioning african-american intelligence sparks outrage among students, parents, and staff. according to the sacramento paper, a project entitled race and iq reportedly questioned whether african-americans were smart enough for their program and if racial disparity was justified. the school district is investigating. one man is dead after a car crash in vallejo, and police say it doesn't look like an accident. police arrived at the solo car
crash around 10:30 last night and found a man dead in the driver's seat of the vehicle, but investigators say due to the nature of his injuries, the crash is being investigated as a homicide. now to vacaville where police found five juveniles in a stolen car and arrested one of them for vehicle theft. the juveniles range in age from 12 to 16. it happened friday night near gable street and rocky hill road when a neighbor reported suspected drug activity to police. when officers arrived they found all five teens inside the car that dispatchers confirmed was stolen. they also found marijuana in the backseat, not legal for those under the age of 21. one of the juveniles were arrested and bagged into juvenile -- booked into juvenile hall. the next story is about to generosity of a stranger starting with a report a couple of weeks ago about a mother and daughter in oakland struggling after their wheelchair accessible van was totaled in a
crash. as ktvu's amber lee tells us, a viewer saw the story and decided to help out. >> look! >> wow! >> what's that, look at it! >> oh my god! yea! >> reporter: after this friday evening, april and her mother kathleen receive a van to accommodate the girl and her wheelchair. the owner of precision body shop is donating the van to her family. >> her big electric wheelchair that ways 350 pounds, she can drive it on here, strap it down, and away they go. >> reporter: april, a 6th grader with cerebral palsy relied on the family's van to get to school, but in june an uninsured motorist crashed into the van, mom's insurance didn't cover the loss, so for months april and her mom used a
borrowed van that april could barely fit in. >> it's been a struggle. >> as soon as i saw it i just knew right away. there wasn't nothing to think about. >> reporter: he also recruited other small business owners to help. >> so you have buttons you can push to fast forward. >> reporter: vlad is own were of auto sound performance, and he donated and installed a dvd player. >> it's just so much fun, and i feel like it would be good on road trips of course. >> reporter: mom tells us she was still making payments on her destroyed van, but ktvu viewer donations to a go fund me account will help her pay off that debt. >> i just want to say thank you for everyone's help. it's really touched my heart. thank you. >> you just have to look on the bright side!
>> mom says she's learned her lesson. the new van is fully insured, and she's grateful to everyone who's helped her family. amber lee, ktvu fox 2 news. well, if you thought prices were already high, the price just increased again. how much it will cost you to go to disney parks. and we're in the 50s to around 60 degrees. we'll talk more about the wind forecast and if we have any rain clouds in the five-day outlook.
butane honey oil inside an apartment when there was a large explosion. police were surprised nobody was hurt. >> reporter: a honey all explosion left several people displaced from the rockland street apartments. >> it's where the majority of the damage was sustained on this building. >> reporter: these are pieces of glass, sheet rock, and insulation blown away from the building now red flagged so no one can go inside until the city declares it safe. >> i was out in the yard with my grandkids and heard a large explosion. i looked over the fence, and it was chaos. people running around, glass everywhere. >> reporter: eric says after the explosive a man ran out of the building and threw these butane canisters over the fence. >> looks like blood and tar. >> reporter: he says he talked to the man for a few seconds as he threw away what appeared to be evidence. >> i asked if he was okay and he said yeah, i'm fine. he came to the back of the building, got on a bike and rode off this way.
>> reporter: rocklandpolice confirm the suspect did escape. >> he was last seen, um, on a bicycle and crossed the railroad tracks. >> reporter: they're not releasing his name, but he doesn't live here. police say none of the tenants are facing charges and are cooperating. >> there's a reason why it's illegal, and that's because it's inherently dangerous. ous. last year's equifax data breach could have been worse than originally fought. information on more than 145 million consumers was accessed, including names, social security numbers, birth dates and addresses. some people had also had driver's license and credit card numbers taken. now the wall street journal and other sources are reporting e- mail addresses, phone numbers, taxpayer id numbers and expiration dates for credit cards were also taken in some cases. that's the first time many consumers may have known credit reporting companies had that
information. equifax says it did not intend to mislead anyone. now it's going to cost you more to get into the happiest place on earth. prices at disneyland in anaheim and disney world in orlando went up today. a regular one day and one park ticket has gone up $7 to $117. a regular one-day park ticket at disney world's magic kingdom in florida is increasing by 4 percent making it $123 a ticket. the new prices are reflected on the park's website. gasoline prices are continuing to rise. february is when drivers typically see the year's lowest prices, but not this career. despite a surge in u.s. oil output. the average family could pay 40 to $50 more on gas this year compared to last. right now the national average is $2.80 compared to $2.28 a year ago. here in the bay area gas prices
are higher than the national average. the cost of gas in san jose is $3.30. it's a little more expensive in oakland at $3.32, and san francisco the highest price in the bay area, $3.45 a gallon. coming up, this year's flu season is shaping up to be one of the deadliest in history. up next why experts say the worse could still be to come. >> and mark will have the complete bay area forecast. we'll be right back. sorry. i can't make it.
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this year the country is battling one of the worst outbreaks in recent memory. >> in severe seasons in the past over 700,000 people have been hospitalized, and 65,000 people died from the flu. we could be on track to reach or even exceed those records. records. >> reporter: this year's flu strain is proving an efficient killer. according to the centers for disease control over 6,000 deaths are reported weekly, and there are few signs of it slowing. >> the flu season could last several more weeks. we've seen an average of 16 weeks of elevated flu activity, and we're only at week 11. >> reporter: angie didn't get her flu shot this year, and for her husband greg, the message is simple. get one before it's too late. >> i left for a few minutes thinking everything would be okay, and a got a phone call
she passed. >> the swine flu sickened nearly 61 million americans and killed more than 12,000. this year could be on par with that. scientists say the sun will be cooler by the year 2050 than it is now. they say it's part of a national cycle and -- natural cycle and will help slow the current warming trend, but they say it's not enough to completely set off the human- caused changes that have increased the world's temperature. the researchers forecast by 2070 the amount of green house gases in the atmosphere would offset the cooler sun. a cold front moved into the bay area generating strong gusty winds out there. take a look at one of the stronger wind gusts last night. they had a gust up to 75 miles per hour at mount diablo.
one of the strongest gusts here in the bay area. also major cool down out there as well. checking the out. just a few days ago we had temperatures in the 70s to around 80. record heat, and then a major cool down with temperatures back down into the 50s to the lower 60s. so temperatures down a good 15 to 20 degrees from the highs we had just a couple of days ago. outside right now, our live camera looking out toward san jose. some clouds out there. we'll hold off the clouds tonight into tomorrow morning. there's even the slight chance of an isolated shower, mainly near the coastline, but looks like the best chance will be at big sur. the satellite, a lot of high clouds moving into the northern half of the state. we woke up to some cloud cover this morning. closer inspection right now, still some snow showers out toward the sierra earlier
today, and they could pick up another one to three inches of snowfall in the forecast tomorrow. especially closer to south lake tahoe. that will be an interesting development in the monday forecast. for us, just the slight chance of a shower, but looks like just a few lingering clouds to start off your monday morning. temperatures back down into the upper 30s in the morning. san francisco 49, santa rosa mid-40s, and san jose 51. but check out the wind speeds. the winds the big deal for today. they have been trending down. right now winds around 12 to 13 miles per hour. still a bit of a breeze tomorrow with winds approaching 20 to 25. half moon bay a gust to 25 miles per hour. san francisco tomorrow morning, partly cloudy skies, 7:00 48 degrees. temperatures on track to reach the upper 50s, 57 by about 3:00
tomorrow afternoon. cool and windy today, that was the big weather story. the system is dropping to our south. really preaching southern california -- approaching southern california. this will be a cloud producer for us in the morning. skies partly sunny. in terms of significant rainfall, there's just a slight chance tomorrow night into tomorrow morning near the coastline, but we should remain dry for the upcoming week. in fact temperatures trending up a little bit later in the week by friday and into the weekend. end. some clouds and there's that shower chance closer to monterey bay tomorrow morning, and there's the sierra snow chance as well throughout the day on monday, and then here we go for monday. clearing skies here in the bay area. temperatures, most areas tomorrow will be in the 50s to right around 60 degrees. so no more record heat. we had 10 days in a row of record heat to start off february. not the case tomorrow. as we take a look at the five- day forecast, the overnight lows pretty chilly. actually feels like winter out there. afternoon highs close to the 60s. you'll notice no rain clouds, and i don't want to get too excited yet, and i won't, but
some of the forecast models, february 24th hinting at maybe more significant rainfall. so we'll hold on hope. hold on hope. >> looking forward to it. >> it's overdue, thank you mark. there was a unique learning experience at oakland airport this morning. >> they were there train how to help visually impaired travelers get through the airport. >> reporter: excited, attentive, and ready to start their lessons, 30 guideline ever dogs in training -- guide dogs in training for a flight that would never leave the gate. the group wasn't traveling, but training, and their journey today was meant to take the pups to the next level of guide dog expertise. >> everything from going through security, boarding a plane, getting settled in a seat, hearing the noises that happen on a plane. >> reporter: the organization guide dogs for the blind paired up with alaska airlines to host the training at oakland airplane for the fourth year in
a row. strolling through the terminal and the boarding area, the canines caught the eye of amused and approving passengers. >> i'm pleased to see it happening. i think it's a very worthy program. >> reporter: and had a calming. on even the youngest passengers. >> i'm sure it really helps relieve anxiety. >> reporter: the dogs help to handlers get to their seats, stay in the space directly in front of them, and remain calm for the duration of a flight. maya scott is visually impaired, and traveled with her guide dog fiddler across the country on a five-hour flight. she says training like this made him a pro. >> he's pretty low key, i think the hardest part is navigating the various airports because there's such an interesting way of people and things going on, and my dog has a big responsibility to make decisions on how to get around these things. >> reporter: the airport exercise is just one part of a formal month-long training
program. once the dogs graduate, they'll be paired with visually impaired handlers around the u.s. and california. they'll get on a plane to fly back to the guide dog's new home. >> for the dogs to have at least this type of experience beforehand just makes it much more relaxing for the dog. >> reporter: and when that day comes, the hope is that these future guide dogs will pass the airport travel test with flying colors. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. coming up on the 11:00 news, the film is nominated for five oscars and shot right here in northern california. a look at how fans of the movie lady bird can experience the film in a unique way. and up next in sport, a thrilling comeback against the ducks for the sharks. sports is next. ♪
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welcome back. joe fonzi joining us now in sports, and the sharks put on a thriller down in la. >> they did. back to back hockey. that's pretty tough. there's still a lot of season left, but points are critical in the nhl's western conference where the teams are jammed up from top to bottom. the sharks in la tonight. sharks in the second half of back to backs down 2-0 in the third. couteur gets them on the board. san jose not out of the woods though. inside a minute to go, they pull martin jones, and then myer tips in the pass. they're tied and skate into a scoreless overtime to. a shoot out where both ducks were turned away, and couteur clinched it. joe pavelski also hit the anaheim net earlier. the sharks pick up four points in two nights, putting them at number six in the west, two
points out of fifth. if you were a spectator, you couldn't have asked for any better conditions this weekend at the at&t pro am at pebble beach. if you were ted potter jr., it was the perfect weekend no matter the weather. this has to be the only place on the tour where you can watch people surf, watch whales migrate, and then watch the best golfers in the world. potter started the day with a bogie, but then had four birdies and he finished with a 69, phil mickelson had a 67. he could only wait to see if potter faltered. same with dustin johnson. his approach to 18 set him up for a birdie. he was in a tie with mickelson, day, and revy. potter never opened the door, closed out the round with a tap in for par at 18 to beat a four- way tie for second by three
strokes. the man who broke his ankle in 2014 and last two years while he rehabbed was a winner for the first time notary public six years. he was -- first time in six years. he was asked if he thought he'd ever see a day like this again. >> oh, you know, you hope, but there's so many great players on the tour and you have to have everything go right. chip in, make a 20-footer or 30- footer happen to win out here. i mean, you have to have a little luck, but a lot of skill involved too. >> and this is the only pga tournament where amateurs and pros play all four days. arizona cardinals player larry fitzgerald, here's his tee shot, that close to a hole in 1. he was good with a putter as well. a natural birdie at 13. he and his partner were 41 under par, good enough to win the pro am title.
the up and down stanford basketball team had another down stretch this weekend at the mountain schools christian mccaffrey in the house to see the cardinal in colorado. stanford looked like they had a chance. the cardinals up 1, but they were out scored 14-7 after that. stanford seeing double after the loss that leaves the cardinal at an even 500 for the season and 7 and 6 in the pac- 12. the women home against colorado, and stanford the winner. the 17th ranked cardinal have won six in a row, 12 and 2 in the conference. two more games for the warriors before the all star break. home tomorrow night against phoenix, then at portland on
wednesday. the new look cleveland cavaliers, george hill, jordan clarkson, and rodney hood in boston in a battle of eastern powers. lebron james still the guts of the team. he bangs knees with the celtics dropping james like a rock. they worked on the knee and he was able to return. clarkson came off the bench to put in 17 points for his new team. three year after the pass from lebron. and then larry nance with this memorable dunk. the cavaliers won in a 121-99 route in a possible match up of eastern conference playoff teams. and a week's worth of racing at daytona started today. big shoes to fill in the number 88 car. it was formerly driven by dale jr. now it's driven by aaron
bowman. he earned the pole for next sunday's daytona 500. the second time he'll run the race, and that race right here on channel 2 on fox next sunday. that's it for me for now. we'll see you at 11:30 on sports wrap. all right, thank you. next at 11:00. >> went through such kind of such a huge celebration with the signing of jimmy g and now it's back to reality and not looking good for foster. >> bad news tonight for the 49ers organization. what we're learning about the arrest of a promising linebacker.
he now faces charges of domestic violence, possession of a assault rifle, and issuing threats.>> reporter: the 49ers defensive standout is known on the field for hard hits, a high football iq, and a passion for the game. his off field decisions have grabbed headlines. 23-year-old ruben foster was released to tonight from the santa clara county jail and posted bail after being arrested sunday on charges of domestic violence and possession of a assault rifle at a los gatos home. the team responded saying